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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 2,-), 191� the let:ibiudgr datly iierald PAGE nine SPECIAL opportunity of getting acquainted with SEAL BRAND COFFEE is offered yo\x in our booUet, "Perfect Coffee --Perfectly Made", Tour request -will bringit hy return mall. 190 CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL The Civil Service Bill Makes Colossal Reforms ACCEPTS IT AS COilNCIN n U Tvondon, � May S5.-Tli� balfc ot notv-spapoi' opinion in London accepts tho statomont tiaued by the Prcaa BaroBU as convincing proat ot tho guilt ot tho Sinn F�ln leaders and tho Jirobablo gnllty knoTvJedgo ot their followors o� tho progross of tho con-BPlracy. Accordingly tho Bovomment'a action Ifl ondorsad bb wholly Juatifiod. Some regret Is cxprosEed that evidence oC tho latest Incidents cannot be divulg-od ns fully as In tho matter of tho Casement plot, hut Oils la not hold to Jnx^iUdato the oaeo asaJn.any ot tho men under arrest. mi OF C.P.I( JAY STRIKE Ottawa, May 25.-Tho dining OAr employees on ths C.P.'R. are threatening to strike as a result of the decision of tlie coinpajiy to employ only Colored waiters In this service. A �;onimunicatlon to Uile effect has !l)oen received by Hon. T. W. Croth-ers, Minister of L^bor, In which the �!rnployoeB claim that already one liundred of their number have been llBintased and tliat the action ot the .'ompany Is duo largely to the fact (liat tho men are morabera of the Canadian Brotherhood oi Hallway Em-filoyaos. ; > > ^ > ' MEWBURN DENIES IT Kdward Kemp is to come home ? and that tho overseas ministry "I have never hoard tlic slightest suggestion of it," he ? said, 'except that some j)eoplo have said In tho house tliat "Nothing Is known here of > the report that General Turn- cr Is to return ttr France./Gen- : era! Currle Is to bo made com-niander in Franco and Eng- land." : : > , Tho averago.s indudo games of Wi'dnesday. The leading batters wlio have played in mora than halt of their club;s games are: Ruth, Boston, 40"; Schulte, Washington, 4UU: Hooper, Boston, 3C4; Sisler, St. Louis, ;i61; Burns,' Philadelphia, 3(10; Walkei', Philadelphia. ;!r>8; Speaker, Cleveland, -S.iB; Baker, New York. ;iul; Strunk, Boston, | SiWr. McMullon, Chicago, 3119. J. C. Smith, tho Boston "leadinft batter la the real leader In the National League, wltli an average ot 406 for thirty games,i although Larry Doyle, the New wrk veteran, tops the list with 411871 Doxle, however, wRo Is recovering! from an operation, has played in only fifteen games. In his last snvon games Smith collected ten hits, George Burns, ot Now York, Is leading the base stealers with fifteen. Hoyle', Wyclcland, ot Boston, and Ludenta of Philadelphia are tied tor hohio run honors with two each. New York la leading In team batting and fielding with averauea of ,287 and ,970 respectively. Leading batters: Doyle, New York, 426; .T, C. Bnilth, Boston, 400; Kautt/ Now York, 3(!L'; Wyckland,. Boston, 344; Merkle, Chicago,. 343; ^Ytiung, New York, 3.10; Daubert, Brooklyn, 320; Wilson, Boston, 320; L�e Magee, Cincinnati, R2B; Burns, New York, 3'.!3. HEAVY SNOWS ./� Plpce Albettfc S^8l^,t')v Jrtajr ' 25.~ Noi'tUo'rn j^askawheAVftiiils''today covered,, ilvltu snoW viiryrng lu'iSoplh from two'to slxiiincheal'^lt has been snowing ,lntermlttenfjy uinoe Thursday at midnight apcorapanijed^by a cold northeast wind; It, is bejl^'v^a tliat t)io heavy blanket of aijoijv has" saved the crop from BeribuS'dftnJaei^ as Clean and Eag?^ your friends are enjoy-in.g Gillette shaves that are quicker, cleaner or more comfortable than your's, it's jiist because you haven't caught-as they have-the simple knack of using it For the Gillette Safety Razor packs a real, good shave for every man that grows a beard! Hold each new blade under really hot water to remove the oil film xvhich protects its edges from the slightest trace of rust. Then shave with the ANGLE STROKE. Don't use the Gillette hoe fashion-hold it diagonally, so that the .blade slides across the hairs at an angle-the way you have to handle fin ordinary razor to make it shave at all. HeH in this way, and used with a swift, easy stroke, the Gillette makes light of the stiffest beard that grows. Try your Gillette this way-give it a chance-and enjoy the way it makes good! GILLEHE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, Office and Factory: 63-73 St. Alexander Street, Montreal. A Ford Car Takes the PI of all These Thinffs TTT THEN you own a Ford you can do away with many articles %/%/ that are a source of continuous expense to tho man who still f f drives a horse. For instance, not only your driving-horse and buggy, but the single harness, blankets, whips, currycombs, brushes, horse-shoes, pitch-forks, feed-bins, etc. In their place you have a Ppeedy, dependable, dignified, roomy Ford Car-completa in itself. It la vastly feuperior to the narrow, cramped buggy that travels so slowly. And when a Ford is standing idle it does not eat three njeals a day, and it requires no "looking after." ^ A Ford will save you time, trouble, and money. It is the utility car for the busy farmer and his family. 1 UNIVERSAL CAR Runabout - - - - $575 Touringf- - 595 Coupe----- - 770 Sedan^------ 970 Chassis - - - - - 535 One-Ton Truck - 750 F.O.B, FORD, ONT. Ford Garage, Dealers r A, P. Veale, Dealer > Z. N. Skouson, Dealer - Lethbridge - Warner - Raymond 36 4 ;