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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN tfe Safety First i Some men, sometimes, can-board the flying street car or "monkey with the buzz-saw" in a mill or factory, and get away with it. But that's how accidents happen. Some men, sometimes, can shave with an open blade razor and avoid cutting But thousands agree that the against it. THE Gillette Safety Razor was the practical forerunner of to day's "Safety First" movement. What engi- faeeYs are doing now to safeguard tools and King C. Gillette did ten years ago'.for-that much used tool, the razor. And while he made the razor also made it keener, harder and handier than the old open blade. That thin, electrically tempered blade, gripped rigid in the adjustable holder, gives the cleanest, smoothest and quickest, as well as the safest shave man has ever enjoyed. Standard Sets cost Editions to Sets up. At Hardware Dealers', and Jewelers'. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA LiMrrEt> Office Factory: The New Gillette Building MONTREAL LINING UP CANDIDATES FOR ENGLISH BYE-ELECtlONS London, 'May Bannister, smack owner, iLibe'ral, and "George inaiViiCaciu'rer, biliomfct will contest tile Groat Griibsby bye- election, rendered'1 necessary through the death last, Monday of Sir-George Doughty, -Unionist member for that constituency. -Both arc. local men. 'Candidate's to contest the Northeast, Derbyshire 'bye-election have not been decided, but Ur. Court, a local Unionist, who has -several' limes con tested' tliis seat, probably will- be a candidate. This bye-election 'was caused through''-the death 'on TiieBda> ot D JTine the Liboi I ibei d member. 'MINE YIELDS UP DEAD Eccles, AV. Va., May five blackened corpses ivere located in -Mine No. -V cf the New River Col- lieries (Jo.'today. Gas still fills the entries, and tlie bringing out of bodies is slo'vr, AM will be buried as soon is brought'to the surface. August, Sclilaelflin, of Dayton, Ohio, recently save an excellent demonstra- tion of (he power ol' his motorcycle, he attached the two-wlris'er to n fled carry iug eleven-passengers, and 'hauled the outfit over ered streets of. the city. With Electric Starter and Generator Prices f. o. b. Toledo Duty paid The Mechanical Construction of The World's Greatest Motor Car Vahie-- Could Not be a Bit Finer The .Overland molor is tlie suinc in pnnupk design iction uul I'limlsimcnliil cunstniclion i the inoloi used in Ihe md cdio! UIL md li mic ib ol' opcn-hcnHh .s'lccl, identical with thai used in the md foOOO ens' The Cheilind slewing 1 niicklc boll is of incl cl steel insi Hie same as those used in the fSOOO and C11S1 (lie Oveil md dmo imiion is of nickel sled, the same as used in the fiOOII md 'M'OO Ihe Inn nxlc wlutli i> the dimpg shaft o ihc icu is ol 1 Ino1 'C I the s iint, is usrd in the WOO SMOOO and foOOO cm si Ihe Chcilancl fionl i one piece diop louring is lln same .is used in [lie md ciis' 'I'hc Overland steering knuckle, is the same ns tlnl used in UK md enisi The Overland radiator in quality is the ;is used in 0111; of I lie. most proniin- cut cars! -.1 The Overland fenders, in and inaleriai, ,are Ihe same as used on the and ears! We use more aluminum, on larger and inorc. iniportaijt parts, than other mainifiiDturer in the others 'arid often nitikcrs of ears, use eas.t iron al I! putmd we use alumin- um al 28e per pound' 1 ich Ouiliml tesl md in spudon loi dilv ol in lit 11 n IIKI item Ol 111 ILlllldllt, IS fu I11OIC thOIOU-J] IliKii tin: methods used by manufacturers nl MOOD and ens' I lie sigmlii. into ol Ihtse icls should mi in mull lo Ihnst who lo i pi iclic il dcinonsli ilion will UK .in i il deal mou MOST IMPORTANT CASE AT'M'AC- LEOD 'SITTINGS SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN -BROUGHT Maclcod, 'Ma) il number of very nnporlant cases cime bel'oro Judge in --the Suprcuic (.'ouri here this wcefc, -the most interesting being the tollowth'g :'Olrs. Crnhani vs. Dr. Ross, ol Coieman, in which the lat- ter was cleared of the charge, of nial- practisc brought against him by the widow ol the poo! room proprietor, uho died following an operation ior appcndilis'performed liy the defend- ant. !n cliarging negfigenee the plain- 'tifl claimed that uit unnecessary time elapsed bet the diagnosing of tlie case as acute appendicitis and the performance of the operation, hut after the brinfiiiitf in of the verdict His Lordship stated that in his opin- ion the action should never have been brought. Karoli vs. West Canadian Collier- ies, 'Ltd.; oi' Colcman, in which the jury brought in a verdict of in favor of Karoli, as compensation for the loss oi an eye, the accident 'having happened in the mine at Biainnore.' A. Campbell of Granuni vs. Cana- dian Bank of Commerce oi Granum, in which Campbell was awarded dain- 'ages of SlnO and costs lor the wrongful seizure and detention of four horses. Clifton vs. Daniel Nichols in which, the .former obtained a verdict of without fusts, against Daniel Xichols and a verdict of It.50 against Minnie -Nichols for slander. The slanderous statements complain- ed of were to the eiTecl that the Clii- tou .family'had been guilty of exten- sive stealing and killing of cattle'and aiso that the plaintiff had heeu guil- ty of stealing halters. DID'NT PROVE THE SUCCESS IT WAS LOOKED FOR AND QUIT Cllobile, 31ay bill has been filed here in Chancery Courl, dissolution of the Fairhope colony ill Baldwin county, the princi- pal experiment of the single fax the- ory in the United States. .1 Alexander J. Melville, a member and .lessee ot the corporation, is plain- tiff.' The bill alleges that the corpora- tion has failed "because the single tas.theory never can be'carried out in any jurisdiction where laws deny the essentials of that theory.'1 It is also charged that tbe money of the company is being expended for the benefit of only a portion ot the tenants and members. The single tax colony was estab- lisbed .eighteen years ago, and then I 'was populated largely by single tax j pioneers from Iowa. i A. large tract of land on the east- ern shore of Mobile Bay was purchas- ed, the corporation all taxes to the state, and levying; on its mem- bers and lessees only n single tax for land. One of the leading single tax- ers interested in the colony was the late Joseph Fela, the millionaire. JlHERE'S an air of quiet elegance and Hi good taste about Penmans Hosiery which men and women of refinement are quick to note.' Penmans Hosiery is the Penman way, which insures velvety comfort, longer wear and lasting shapeliness while it makes ripping and darning mere memories associated with ordinary hose. You can buy this vastly better hosiery at the price you'd have to pay for common hose. Hosiery is made for men, uomcn and children in col ton f cashmere, silk and any weight and all popular colors. look for the trademark! Penmans Limited, Paris, Can. Town Council has given to the Board a. greatly reduced grant, which will he-given-to Industrial Commis sioner Moffatt as long as he remains in town. There are several applica- tions in for the position, -However; and- in .order that the same filled immediately on the withdrawal of who has intention of leaving town, a meeting of the Board executive will be held on -.Monday to appoint a successor. The favored one will then keep 'in touch 'with the work, HO that he take up the threads without delay on the departure of the present commis- sioner. The removal from the old of- fice was necessitated by the reduc- tion of the grant from the Council. What is said to be the largest ot dcr for automobiles ever given to a Philadelphia! Canadian manufacturer, was closed j recently by.'Assistant Sales Manager Armstrong, of the Studcbaker COL- poration of Canada. The older calls for the delivery in Winnipeg, oi one carload of Stude- Ih'akcr automobiles, every day during i he month .of May- It is specified that 'every third car will he one of the new six-cylinder models. The balance X 1 of liic order will i-onsisL of the new four-cylinder cars. OLD OFFICE GIVEN .UP-SOMEj The automobiles in this single APPLJCATIONS FOR MR. dcr valued at Since this MOFFAT'S JOB j j-ecord-hreaking order represents only _________ one month's .sales, it is estimated 1 Well-Dressed THE best dressed man is the one who dresses in good taste, yet who attracts no special attention because everything he has on is in perfect harmony. We'd like to show you some spring Suits that certainly come into the "well dressed to Buy an Overland and Save 30 Per Cent j. Suite C. Kirkham Bbck i LETHBRIDGE, Matleod, Alta., May the first was moving1 day in Board of Trade quarters, and from now on the office of tli'e Alberta Loan Invest- ment Co., Ltd., whose agent haff re- cently been transferred to Lettv tlmt.the Sludchnkc'r cars disuihitJoil by the.Breeir-company during the sea-1 represent u total value of j ut least McKelvie McGuire AKliougSi he weighs 272 pounds, Harry Petri, of Allenlown, says bridge, will be utilized as the head-i lie has no difficulty in rMlng his mo- Quarters of the Jlncleod Board of Trade, in which will be found the Secretary of the Board and the Sup- erintendent of the Market. any of the steep grades for which Pennsylvania Is And Petri frequently carries a umdeni pas- BUNION BANK AT HAZ6LTON. B. C. Which held alx'men, lour or whom escaped with In cash. TMio other two bandits were shot and killed in a subsequent bnuie' with u posse or clflzciis who pursued them. The bank building, n siibstnnMni iiTfi of IOR-'construction ntnndinK by Itself npart from other business 'houses, had opened for business only a few minutes before "The Beverage that Benefits" Not. simply n thirst' quencher, not merely a stimulant, but just the purest most .health Infusing spirit that has ever been produced. Excellent ns a "pick- me-up" tonic and. most bcneficml in its effect on the liver, kidneys, and other organs. Vastly su- :perior' to 6rdinni7 gin, ot'-all hotils and ittml Stow The Hudson's Bay Company ;