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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 2, -191B HISHALU E have no startling announcement tolnake for 19l7. proud to say 1918 Gray Dort has exceeded even our expectahons. We expected great this wonderful car. We KNEW the Gray Dort was the real car- price. Today hundreds of motorists are fellow enthusiasts us m our this exceptional car., The Gray Dort has taken Canada by storm. of REFINEMENTS The Same Tremendous Po Greater Luxury of Comfort and Appearance. EVEN GREATER VALUE -We couldn't improve on the wonderful to the it bigger and it is now Planche veritable giant of power in the Gray Dort. The sturdy, rugged heavy frame Stood the severest tests. Mechanically the Gray Dort was, and is "correct. In the searching investi- gation we did-nof find a-Gray-Dort owner who was not enthusiastically satis- the perform- ance of his car. We-have.added some final refinements the roomiest car at anywhere near the price, A larger am- and footfail every way the Sturdiest and most mechanically perfect car is now the most refined and comfortable car. Read the specifications. Remember that in three days motor experts .bought up the entjire 1916 output of this car. F. O. B. CHATHAM Dort weighing 318 ibs, 4 cylinder, cast en. bloc T.-hec'd type, bore 31 in., stroke 5 in., speed 2000 R P M., horsepower 28. Enclosed valves, mushroom lifters, 'cast iron removable heads, 15-20 stems, 40-50 carbon steel drop-forged I beam connecting rods. Cam carbon steel >igh tempered with three phosphor bronze bearings. cast iron helical. Carter Carburetor. Thermo-sypnon cooling 3 gallon tube and firm radiator. 4 quart oil pump and "Plash lubrication. 'Wcstinghouse two unit, starting and lighting system. Conriccticut battery 12 inch cone -hitch with 6 compensating springs., Tnree speed and reverse selective, transmission, .with double row new departure bearings. Universal joint.. Gasoline tank under cowl. I beam Heavy Duty front axle floating rear axle, with forked tube torsion and Hyatt High Duty bearings. 1} inch, chrome nickel steel I-'ipcHcr shaft. 10 inch internal expanding and external contracting brakes. Pressed steel frame. 37 in elliptic, rear 50 in. full cantilever. Left-hand drive. 16 in irreversible worm and nut'type steering wheel.- Gear shift'lever-center control.- Emergency brake, -risht. pedal. Service brake, clutch pedal. Accelerator, pedal. Spark and throttle control on steering wheel. Artillery type wood wheels. Detroit demountable rims. 30 x 3{ Dominion tires! Nobby tread rear. Wcstmehousc elec- tric lighting. Linoleum covered running, board. Lock ignition switch. Dashlight, ammeter, roberail, clear-vision windshield, one-man top, tools, equipment complete. Wheel inches. Weight 2100 pounds. GRAY DORT MOTORS, Limited Chatham, Ontario OTJO.91 OF otal Since January 1st Is 16.92 August Uain- fall Was .96 Tiiurb foil'In August a'total of 2.B.7 .Kites'of rahia's against inches i August 1015, according to the rec- the, pant.month ;or the mcteor- igicai 'Observatories at: the oxpori- entul fiinn, Tho following: are tho ctalls: -v 1010 1015 as. temperature iin. temperature 35.1! can temperature Cfl.50 recipitatlon (Inches) 2.07 O.OG rocp. since Jan. 1st ..16.92 13.07 rocn. since Apr. 1st ..11.07 11.81 hours burs or ..bright sunshine 30C.4 333.S argefjt amount of bright sunshine in one day.. 1-1.4 vo. amount bright sun- slilne each day 9.0 ;o. of cloudy days, (no bright 0 14.4 10.8 0 London, Sept. middle way las been found toward the solution jf the problem what to do with many housands of Russian and Polish lews who have been living in this country, wbojsscnped military service n the and did not come inder British conscription laws. In London, Manchester, Liverpool, and other big cities there are huge col- jnies of these exiles, a large propor- ;ion. of them of military age, who naturally came to be regarded will' favorable eye by British neighbors and whose menfolk engaged In war work After some agitation the gov- ernment proposed to enact a .law whereby the Russian of military ,ge should be forced to enlist in the British army under threat of being lent back to Russia, wliere they vmild be liable to heavy penalties as lefaulters from mil'tary service. This iroject. aroused of disapprov- al though abH defended bv Minister Samuel himself a leu The basic fact upon -which the opposition rest- -ed was that Britainjhas. alaais har- bored political lefngees and a laige number of the eMIes m -amo undei broad classification. Mr Samuel while not uitharawing his original proposal has mre hit on a compiomise 'Reason-', asid; as The Guardian puts it, are to be substituted-; for threatemngs and force A' responsible committee of leading Russian Jew's, Sir. Samuel an- nounces, has been formed which will conduct an active 'recruiting cam- paign in London and other, centres among tile -foreign Jewish Population and definTle inducements will be hell .011 to them to voluntarily .enlist. Al- most all of them are aliens and the high naturalization fee of Plus aw fees is as a rule quite beyond their resources. Mr. Samuel offers at any of them who enlist before September 30th, shall after three months' service, if they desire to oe -laturalized, have th s fee. remittea Thus if they are called upon to fight for Great Britain they may at least able to feel that they can become proposals is; even more interesting This is the idea of forming a special Jewish corps. This has already bee done in a circumscribed way with he Zion corps, which was so f success- ful an esnerimcnt. as to jusWy.an ev "nlon of the scheme. Something of the same sort has also been done in France. ANNOYED Kegina. Aug. 31. Chief Justice Haultain commission Investigating th-3 cost of public works today, bocame annoyed at J. F. Bryant, .counse for the opposition, and declared that If. t were a civil case before a Jury ho would 'have dismissed the jury weeks ago and told Mr. Bryant's client to jet other counse.l. .5, McTavish Bros. Motor Co, Calgary, Alberta Distributors--Allen .feck Agent Lethbridge District Phone 1S44 Lethbridge-Weyjburn Bldg TURKS REPULSED >i _____ -Petrograd, Sept. y 'troops yesterday resumed the offensive against the Russian position in the, regions west ot v Gumniushkhan and Erzmgan, In Turkish Armenia, but were re- pulsed. OF .CANADIAN AIRMEN OttmiTa, Aug. a list of those Jecoriftd'Wtli' Cross yes- Corps, "formerly a Canadian The ai t which brought the v award was the carrying out of .a reconnaissance at a low aHltude.-hls'macI" ue hit aid son of Senator J H Ross ot Moow law' He is onlv 19 -yea's' of age and when -war broke out was attending Toronto university. Lisut Ross, patch, nbt a K, the le.t to the k Canadian .bu brought him the times he t the Hu happening to be low on the day of his reconnaissance he was forced-to Hcep below, them in order to make an ob- servation. It was on his way back tin. la-it time bullet from the enemy, hit him oit the .-arm. He man- aged to land safely, however, and is now convalescing in: a hospital for of- Tlio reribmlhaUon'of .Senator Ch'as. E. Townsdnd, Itepubjlcan senator for Michigan, has conceded. i NEASr-AHHCA A FORD STORY (Vorkton. Sask. Press.) Mr. Woodhead's little Ford will he laid up for repairs for a few days, It got hit with a hailstone during the .evere storm of last week. 6ai08 ot Noblemen llev who died all more than trebled during (to past Mordcn, Man., via former school three months. Have inspector at I lately? London, Sept. l.-Oenera Smuls, commander.ln-olilof.of the British forc- es in German East Africa, repons. un- der date of August 30, that the German forces In-that colony are in full rc: treat He announced lite occupation of Mrogoro, the seat of the German provisional government had relired in. to the mountains ;