Image from page 1498 of “Electric railway journal” (1908)
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Title: Electric railway journal
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Subjects: Electric railroads
Publisher: [New York] McGraw Hill Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries
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oke Registermade to suit the needs of the transportationcompany. You are put to no expense in making the changeto the Rooke System, and you are left in no uncer-tainty as to upkeep and depreciation. You mayadopt the Rooke System at A Cost of Less Than One Cash Fare EachDay for Each of the ConductorsOperating Any One of Your Cars In reply to your request, a set of our ServiceLiterature will prove how the Rooke System hasbeen worked out to the finest detail in publicity,operation, inspection and maintenance. Send for it. ter Co., Providence, R. I. 162 ELECTRIC RAILWAY JOURNAL [September 22, 1917 The One SafetySash Lock for the One-man Safety Car SAFETY, TRIMNESS, ADAPTABILITY are the keynotes of the newest andmost advanced examples of Electric Car Practice. Glance at the cut below of the famous Fort Worth Safety Car—it certainlylooks its name—the one man safety car. After mature consideration all the Stone and Webster Light-weight Safetycar orders have included Edwards Sash Fixtures
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in their specifications. The reason why is simple—there is noother sash lock so safe or so simple inaction, or so effective as the EdwardsSash fixture. These fixtures please the Public on ac-count of their common-sense design, andprotect them as well, because their childrenare guarded against bruised arms and fin-gers from dropping windows and ill-fittingsash locks. The Edwards Sash lock POSITIVELY LOCKS It is safe at all times. The modern safety car is still saferwhen Edwards Sash fixtures are installed. If you are unfamiliar with these locks,our catalog is awaiting you. The EdwardsSash lock is for Big cars as well as littleones, and for old cars as well as new. The O. M. Edwards Co., Inc. Metal Stop CasingsWindow Fixtures Top, bottom & side Weather Stripping Syracuse, N. Y. Metal Extension Platform Trap DoorsAil-Metal Sash BalancesRailway Devices September 22, 1917] ELECTRIC RAILWAY JOURNAL 16.3
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