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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWEOfe SATURDAY, APRIL 20, lOlJJ OLD AND NEW MEMBERS OF THE COMMONS. ^^^J^^^^' ^ ^^.fSkill'T^MSuS' S^w S:;;i^,^r;^^(^;ir^:^e;\,=:^A^t,^.0.^^ Koovenay West, B.C; S. Crowe. Burrard, B. C.; Simon F .Tolmie, Victoria City, B. C. _ BASKETBALLERS JO Local Boys Sign Up and Pass Examinations-Go To Regina That basketball Is a fine exercise for physical tleTelopment v,as sho-wn t the office of the local medical ei-wnlnlng board last night and this morning �^s-heri five "Y" basketballers prasented themselves for examination, all passing Ai'. All the boys are joiu-' ing the Mount,ed Police unit and will I leave in a few days for Regina to go i into training. Nine new rocrulis were added to the list at the Il..V.\V.M.P. barracks yesterday, bringing the total up to 3;'. In three days. Very few reports have been received as yet from the outlying points in "K" division. Those joirv-I ing are Leon Uunsworth. a member : of the Herald circulation staff; Geo. W, KeAm, Howard B, Nelson, two local Junior basketbailers: Herbert Thompson of Taher: Sam Job, Tab-er; Wm. Gilbert Pierson. Taber; John .\. Sotpmers. of the (, il. C. staff; K. Gooding and Mr. Logan. Three men left last night for Regina. Two more leave this afternoon. K other divisions do as well as I..oth-bridge anough recruits should have been secured by the end of next weak, and those wishing to go with the mount ies will have to hurry. . NEED REINFORCEMENTS London, April 20.-Owing to in-cr^n^ed ;inti-J;ipanese denionstratioD.s at Vladivostok where .Japanese and Bri'ish marines recently were landed, it has been necessary to arrange for reinforcements, telegraphs the correspondent at Tien T.M-i of the E.\change Telegraph Company. SEPARATE SCHOOL ALIVE SI. .Tohn, N. n., .\pr)l ;o,-Tho 9fep-nriitc Kchar.! .luejifion which long h.13 been dorment threatoiis again to bo-come a live issue m New Brunswick. The subject came up in the Anjgll-cun synod kt i per cent. In Rix months from date of sale with interest at six per cent, per annum; 2i� per cent, in one year from, date of eal* with interest at si.x per cent per annum, and the balance In two year!) from date of sale with interest at six per cent, per annum, or at the option of the purchaser the v.'Knle may be paid within (60) days from the date of sale without interest. In all other rosnrcts and terms the conditions of sak; will'bo tiie standing condltioji.'^ of .sale as approved by the Court. i''urUi(M- i)a.rticularu will ho made known at the time ami place of sale, or can he obtained from the Solicitors for the Vendors, Oeorge A. Walker, Do.partm..'nt of Natural Ite. sources of 'J'ho Canadian Pacific Railway Company, flal.fjary, Alberta. Dated at the City of Calgary, in the Province of Alhcrta, this 27tli day of March, 1!�18, l.AURli.N-CE J. CLARKE, Clerk of the Court. Approved: L. F, Clarry, M.C. Ad E BAKING POWDER MAGIC BAKING POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM It is a pure phosphate baking powder and is guaranteed by us to be the best and purest baking powder possible to produce. The perfect leavening'"qualities^of'''Magic "''combined with its purity and wholesomcness make it the ideal baking powder. The ingredients arc'plainly printed on the label and our half century reputation should be sufficient guarantee of the high quality of these ingredients. �'^fH E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED winnipeg TORONTO,ONT. Montreal dominate this province as fully as it dominated portions of the province of Quebec' The whole subject was referred to a committee for consideration and investigation and there were intimations that if the results desired in the way ot biblical Instructions could not be secured, it would be necessary to attack the whole system. The annual session of the Orange Grand I>Ddge was held in Fredericton tills week. A resolution was adopted pledging the support o? the Orange IjOdges to the synod in their campaign and also pledging support to candidates for the legislature who would support the programme. ALIEN WOMEN TO REGISTER Washington's April 19.-President Wilson today signeti the bill extending provisions of the espionage act to women and requiring registration of women enemy aliens. UKRAINE PEACE Amsterdam. April 20.-A diBpatch from Kiev via Berlin sayn the Russian National commissioners on Wednesday made a proposal to tho ministerial council of Ukraine for peace negotiations and that it was nccHptod. The Ukrainians have sent a courier to Mo.scow with the formal acceptance of tho tlkrainian authorities. The peace negotiations will take place in Kurslr. The Qualit4 Goes Clear Through Building the GRAY'DORT-assembling the chassis. If Money Matters A FEW men can afford to buy a motor car for fancy's sake, no matter what the pricie. Such men are notinteredtied in the^ray-DOrt. Biit if money matters to you-if you seek good value in a motor car, consider carefully the claims of this car. 65 years ago Wm. Gray began building buggies for men who wanted heaping value, good workmanship, honest quality. The Gray-Dort car is built for just such men as bought Gray buggies. Men who demand a good ca>; first-a car that will give them powerful, speedy service. Men who want a sturdy car-one that will stand hard driving for a long time. Men who want a conifortable car- roomy, easy-riding, smooth motored, well cushioned. Men who demand a handsome car-a car they will own with pride. And men who must have a car reasonably-priced. Such men are coming to Gray-Dort cars. Proper balance, a refined niolor, light weight;-these combine to make Gray-Dort i^asoline and oil consumption low. Tire mileage is unusually high. Repairs and replacements are almost unicnown to careful drivers, The new Gray-Dort embodies all the good features that won instant success for former models. The 4-cyIinder motor is a triumph of smooth, economical speed and power. The chassis is sturdy and quiet. The springs are long. The upholstery is deep. The equipment is absolutely / complete from electric starting and lighting to the tools. New lines of beauty have been given this model. The jive- , �passenger touring car is -$1,125; the thrtc-passengcr flcur-de-lys roadster it $995; tho Gray-Dort special, hmutifully finished and with extra details of equipment, is $125 above the list. All prices are f.^Jk, Cfc�i-ham, Allen Jack Lethbridge Dealers In Every Locality :=:j Wrm GRAY-DORT MOTORS UMITED CHATHAM ONTARIO In thm United Slafi .- THE DORT MOTOR CAR COMPANY. FUNT. MICH. 34 ;