Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, DKCRMnr.R 3, 1917 THE LETIinniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE The following is the new rating Of the patriotic fund nov; i'Jopled: Wile ol soldier, having itpcod- tnt children, tlO.CO. Class (3) under 6 years: J7.W, 55.00 according lo of fr Class (2) 6 to 11 years. H.IB. Cii.-- u.e, i i yeau, Only one child In a fam'.ly Is to h- in class. 1 or. class 2. The others are (o be rattd In class 3 Ratings of Class 3 Where there I: only one child In" a family and it belongs to Class ite rating 16 S7.CO. Where thtre are two or more children In a fa-nily the rating for thoie wh'o come undar clasa "3" 56.00 unless ell belong to this class, In which cast ono Is riled at 57.CO and th? others al 55.00. Wrtwe'there are more than three children In a family '.hi; rating for the 4lh or 5th child is Maximum Payments Tht forejolng riles are subject to a maximum payment of J12.00 to i family of 6 children: to a family of 6; J-15.00 to nTamlly of more than 6. Chlldleu Wives Wl'h regard to childless wives, no change has been made in lho allowance. .1 Samuel p.r.li- hc.nl; Ile3rl, partly heard; Jt. P. Btoncac- iorard, Win. ll-iwii. cite-; eory E.; Oco. 1. allowed No. E.; Herbert I. Welsh, category 1; Dimc-an MI-DTO. by do- David Uillks. category K.; Harold fault; Janes ly Heard' C. K', Donald IJ. M. liarry Ch13. uar learJ; A Crac, category C.j Sieve trans-1 bert Icfor Jtos., part i luard At- Vrrnd to class 3; Sicxe I'uii.on. a hert Croot: pirlly liojnl; JO3 A Mtlsli sub.'i'it; Sauiiiul tanzo. Iloberi A. Annls, .ransCorrcJ I') cla-i l'; FriU Cauliv allowed c-lU'gory K. EXEMPTION TRIBUNAL BAIL WAS FURNISHED The followine Iho refill n! c-scrnp-. bell, pirlly heard: Arthur llussel ion tribunal [Indium ui (Mark, disallowed; Joseph liilil Canary. Deo. charge of cri- mlual litii-1 against Algar- Ualley. i-'lltor of fair May by 11. ll'jimell, K.C., will be heart i'l the lice court tomorrow uluruLir-S. having ifljuurufcd from last Sat'.ir'.Uy. lu out over Ci'.nu'lU'ii v.-Ire last Monday in cuiiiici-U'Jii too case. It via stated ;d had to remain in jail llfarly jrs bccausJ h'j WJS uinl'lc lo net Thc-fact was that bail was ii'inly but because of l-jchnu-al Ultlicultici, Mr. Algar-lialley ivss his release until he had arraisueJ the Magistrate .Monday nlor nlux. As far as Mr. Algar-llallty was concorneil the uintter was not a finan- cial ono at all. DROPS DEAD St. John. .V. Dudley, known In the Maritime IITOV iicca aa a fast skater, dropped dead in the street hero on Sunday. Araprior. Dec. U. I'eb- form 1 cowboy life on the and Jils ftxperiencts In Mexicft. Something to ice and coirelhing to remember.' Miss Billie Burke IN "GLORIA'S ROMANCE" No. 6 "The Broken Coin" And 2-Reel L-KO Scresm, Mutl and Jeff Comedy. lias passed since liat T uave not been tieliind the jjovernment in BUpporL of all rcaeoimlilo measures- for the pros- ccuUoii of the war." Sir atlileil that he. made no sectional appeal. "I stand Lore." said, "a Canadian. 'My platform given bj- Sir rtojjerl Burik-n, AT STARLAND "I am not In nlllajice with !louras-l news was recently sent forth pa. I am not" In alliarfct> with tuu astonishment of the photo- vcrgnc. Mr. liourassa :mtl 1 arc al Urouiattc that Faiiulc Ward, tlie i variance upon many fiueallons he has j clever Lasky-Paramouiit star had been ll.l! I act forth in his payer, Le Devoir. He injured JurliiK the filming of a protlue- BEAT MARTY CROSS ..Providence, fl.I., Nov. 29. Barlftelu, ol New York, won a do- cislon over Marty. Cross, nlso of New York, before the National liero today. The bont vvas a bard one TOIH start to finish, but IJie soldier u fair uiarKla. ays in Ilia naper. for instance, that Canada. If 1 cannot vviu on that [ilat- j In tlie war. inn m Hie war to the enil.'1 A WIN THE WAR MAN. Amsterdam, rice. a correspondcnt ot ,he as "making Ihc ciic that Hie war will not enil In a ilraw Ijii t undecided in [avor or the central I l The correspondent, says Ihc Vienna COUGHS WASTE ENERGY Careful physicians always point out that every cough wears human rrl.sse aa tuu strength and [ears down the body's tinn rRccntly st German, headquarters reslslivc powers. The reason xvar eni1 llraw [CQTTC is always best for coughs is thai it peculiarly soothes the tender membranes while its rich, creamy food rebuilds the tissues to avert bronchitis and lung trovble. IJeott'i is medicinal-food. Scoll Baime, Tomato. OoL 17-J4 (Calgary Eye Opener) Buchanan has shown himself to be essentially a win-the-war member of parliament, his altitude towards Pre- mier Borden during the war crisis be- ins of 3 sympathetic and helpful nature, with no mean, petty little poll- tics about it, either. Besides, outside of all that, Buchanaan hat made a solid reputation, for himself v in the House of Commons as repre- Yon sensitive of weilern interests, and he uecn to her home for nearly three weeks. This injury occurred when the Icrrific fight scenes were beinr; filmed for "Tho Crystal which will at Stnr- iand lonlghl and tomorrow. Having [llaudits of the world for her wonderful strucgle with Ressuc Hoya- in "The Miss VTard was nslous lo cicetil Iliis In the struggle cenes with Jack Dean in "The Cry. lal Gazer." The. incident occurred In he studio o[ Calislro, a fake hypnot- st. when he was trying to make vlol- nt love lo Ijer. Persons walching tlie scenes will notice that Miss "Ward suddenly gives i scream of pain. It was during this ncidenl that she jicchlenlally dtslp- RED GUARD SURRENDERS Stockholm, Dec. papers reaching Hsparanda report lhat tho HelSingfors "Rejl Guarrt" has deglileJ lo surrender its weapons'. Tills la re toiulcli, socurcjl Ihla expression rroiu Ind'lrcclly'a result ot pros Von Luilcndorf in conversation ivitli rronl Olber nations whose silt) liim during a visit lo lieadqnarlcrs, jccts murilereil by Finnish where lie. also talked Vi'iiii Von Hln- dtsnburg. uewsparcrs say-a .petition lias 3AVE THE KING" MOVED -TO Cor, 1st Are and 10th Street. KUTH OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING "There must bo a seci-rc govcrninfinL for'tLls purpose, one ivhlch possesses power to enforce internally and exter- nally Ihe results ol (ho negotiations with us. Of course, we can conclude an armistice with Russia at any'lime as soon as ivo huve Ihe assurance that II will lie maintained. A.general arm- istice, however, will-be illfflcnll to manage." Gen. Von I.udccdorf expressed, be-, lief lhal n general armistice would' in-1 terrunt subii'arir.c activity and allovv Ihe entente to. Improve.Us position, while on the olhcr hand, no supplies would reach Ihc ccnlrnl powers. Ttcre- Tore he thought sncli an armislice should lie a brief one1 as otherwise the inllllary situation would suffer.