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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta S ATI'IW AY, SEPTEMBEH 27. 1013 i.r.runnmr.E PARE FIVE Pensions Bonus Has Been Granted Disabled Soldiers and Deptnd- f Bis Granted 20 Per Cent NEW PENSION BONUS OTTAWA. Sept. Canada Is at' paying var pensions to nearly SO ,000 at an annual atuomiL of WO.OQD. and under the Pensions act. became on Sefileiubc.- 1. Ihe majority ol Ihese'will receive bonuses and Increases, which In Iho aggregate will create an additional an- nual eipendlture ot roucnly fi.OQO.QM, Kays ua otttciil statement Issued by tho board of pins Ion coMitilEsIoncm. Just Iqw this additional expenditure Is lo bo distributed may be soea from the rollowlug figures. A 20 per cent, bonus, payable for. one year. lo be addcil to Ihe Ion of Ihe disabled private. To totally disabled man, Ibis represents tin Increase ot J120, making his an- nual pension instead of the form- Widow cf private Widow o( sergeant First child v Oldest orphan Old ..f-lSO 144 2SS New f576 57C ISO 360 Totally disabled pri- vate COO 120 Totally disabled ser- geant ........617.50 720 Additional pension for all married pen- sioners of all ranVs...... 56 ISO claimed for "Tho World Arlaiuc" thallhcro were with "IJInrtle this tremendously cripping nnd vHallu1 My and "Ilolison's Choke." tell you tho whole rea-j Kdwurd M. Favor, another member son. for Iho Holstievlst proyaeanda Ur this notable company, will be best and other foreign Importations do- re me it] bored hero for hlE work signed especially to disturb American labor's peace of uilqd, Hut ibis photoplay Is no preachment either on behalf of capital or on bebalt o( lab- Glittering, Gloria.' Barry Macollutn has-been here with j. Kartell. In "iSacbelh." Otis Skinner In "KIs rucl." with Whltford Kano and bis or: H tells (be story of. how an ag- Irish Players, and in "The llurgoinas- Eressivo and forceful mayor, check- ter of Helium." Lucy Beaumont inatcd an Incipient revolution In hls'made Impressiou here as Mrs. city and pointed out to both employ- ers and employees alike how, by "gel- ling together" In brotherly fashion, all ol their differences might 'h-3 amicably FIVE DOLLARS EACH! In the h'gbly ontcrlalniag comedy- drama, "Caleb I'ipcr's (o bo >tl presented in five acl3 al Slarland on "Monday and Tuesday, (he price of X' Mary Piper's hisses Ig fiEurcd at Viper by Tracy Carter. -Mary's took In "Qulnnoy's" and also In 'Milady's Drees." She was character woman In London In Ilorniman's company. Itoberl len Is a young Irish actor who has made (ame hero lu "The Maequerad- crs" and "Tho llaiidft." Warner Illcli- mohd was here whh John Mason lu "As a Man with CharloUe Walker fa "Tho Trail ot (he Lonesome and with Lewis Slona In "Tho Misleading Lady." St. John En-Ice, the author of this famous .play, was bom In Belfast and Mvornrlsli daddy having failed to pro- j made a reputation as a novelist wiib r._ _MartIn.B Man- anii -Alice and Family" and w a playwright with "Jane "Mliod "The Magnanimous' and. especially ber, 1919. lu September 1, 1320, except additional pen- El on for married penstonerE, which is permanent. -1- cr JGQQ. The former sergeant or com- Pensions for children, pany EcrReant-mafor, totally equal Tor all ranka. havo lila rvonston raised to an j annual sum ol from the former} Binounl ot roughly n 13 pcr-r cent, bonus. The actiounls Given arc1 Ihuso to which lolally disabled men nre entitled; men with lesser disabil- ities, ot course, rccclvcJ smaller aniounla, according to the degree ol their disability. These bonuses ara only payable lo tho ranks meulloced or Lnircsiiondine ranks, commissioned utflccrb nnd, warrant officers being ex- cludoil from receiving them. Tho additional pensions for mar- ried pensioners of J96 per annum, totally disabled man) Is to be. nor- inauently increased to and made jiayablo to'all ranks.' for Children Tho additional pension allowed (or children Is also made equal for nil ranks. The war widow, whose hua- bmul was kiiieu ai private. Is to havo added to her present pcnston uti per annum, the suai of ?9G. bring- inff her total pension up lo made slays her from carrying oul the jcontract for tivt-nty-four Msscs at any A I price al nil. However, work al a picture studio, hacked by Car- tcr's JiifluDJicc, enables 'Mary lo Elralgliten out the financial tangle, and incidentally she secures a baud- Xole Senf lo German Govern- ment Through Marshal Foch Enforce it PAlflS, Sciil. supreme (ho willow ot n serKennt having! council decided today to send the (ler her pension similarly raised to man government through Marshal from Its TorniCT lolal of 1510. iBcreaacs nrc bonuses ol percentages, to those payable to the disability pcusioners, previously de- icribcd. In addition io llieir personal iifho havo left .with children will have tlic utMfUonal pension allowed for the firsL child In- creased by making the total per'annum instead of The-peDslon foMhe oldest orphan has also been, increased from J2S0 to "The adjustments made necessary through these-in creases have, already been an official of'Ihc board Foch u note iiiE the evacunlloii of LiLliuaiila by (Jcrman troops under draatir, penalties for non- compliance. The note informs Germany Ihafli.er provislonhig iminediatRly elop ped anj tlic "financial arrauKcnicnls sin, ha5 requested IKJ Ucld up if Lilh naina, i3 not evacualeji. Repatriate Priionert I'AItlS, Sept. 27. Tlie appointment of a commission to study Ih'e question o[ the repatriation "of the German and Austrian prisoners In Siberia was Ue- eiiled by the supreme coun cil. Thfc return home of these troops would' he effected nfler the Czecho- ionic ItUEbaud.' LOVE MOTIVE SEEN IN FILM EXCEEDS STAGE INCENTIVE ivith "John Ferguson." Tho seal "sale opens al Armstrong and Eaworlh's store on Tuesday morn- ing. The motive of love Is stronger ambition for worldly honors. This Is one of IhD underlying -Suggestions projected by Lho story which is visual- in Yitagraph's new picture, "tho jamblera." This production, with Harry T. Morey ac slar, will be shown at the Colonial theatre on Monday., Tuesday and Wednesday.' "The Gamblers" Is a screen adapla- tion.of the famous play qf tho same name by Charles Klein. It will be re- membered that in the stage version the heavy villain was actuated In pros- ecution and ricrECCullon ot Ihe hero by purely political ambition. Ills dii- siro to gain preferment was Ihc only incentive for persistent activity to- ward bringing about the ruin ol llic other man. The picture provides another and greater of jealousy in love. There arc many unusual situations in 'Thp Gamblers." .The glimpse of that lake place in the world of finance afford interesting entertain me lit. HIPPODROME of pension commissioners elated. "Tho September pension checks pay-j able at Ihe new ralea will he issued promptly at the end of. Uie month." Tnlfl, aaya the statement, alioulft add greatly to the feeling pi satis- faction already fell by the granting of the rarlous Increases. That 11 has been possible to gel through .Euch a volume of work In the abort apace ot Slovak troops in the far east have time redounda to the credit of the pension hoard. Trades Congress Thinks Money Ought To Re Availahle Through Banks o- First quarter over: Cornwall, 3; Co'rnn'all 6; Nationals 2. Second quarter over: Nationals, 3! "ffi IHD VtMT Manager Droivn ol Ihc Colonial theatre, -announces that tho vaude- ville season at Ilia (hcalie open 13th. On Ural rinlc the first Hippodrome Vaudeville Road Show to visit LcLJi brill go will appear at the Colonial. Thereafter Hippo- drornesYfludevi_lle H-Kl be. a wtekly fea- ture -of locaj amiiscmcntB. And Jniportanl one too, for Hippodrome VaudeTille is not n[ unknown qualitr. On Ihe .contrary, Ihelncls are >yJth great care Iroiu among ILe stand- ard .acts of "vaudeville, many or Iho artists engaged for Ihe Hippodrome tour 'being Internationally famous. From all indications, Iho coming vau- deville season is going lo lie the mosl and otherwise, in ULC history oE American theatricals, according lo a slalement Trom tho Chicago office of the Hippodrome Cir- cuit, which already has something cr one hiJndred high class acts signed for Ihe new season. HAMILTON, OnL, Sept. cating that therfl la R general Inclln- allon on Iho part ol workers through, out the Dominion to take advatilngo of the federal housing scheme, but declaring Uial Ibe restrictions anfl ffuarinlees demanded by the fcdcra! and the rarylng require menta of prorlnclil govcrnmenla mado It practically imjnsslWa tor worKem to acquire 'f, loan, the special'com nlttee on hfinslng Appointed by' Iho and Ijabor laid be fore the assembly this morning a number of suggestions recelr- ed unaolmoaa endoraallon. I Tbe suggest Ion i recommended a. of loans by the government through chartered banks nt a rate of Interest, the appoint- ment of a committee where-it desirett to In the building of homes; grarttfl grCops ot workers deaIrons of (or Ihe of bnlldlnpi; adoption ot a system thai expedite the placing of leans for land or bnlldlnga; UVing of measures (o correct erlls arising out of the un- rarned Increments on nrban anrt rural properties, nnd preventing of ftpeculalbn In land for.hrfnslng pnr- fioflea; granting of power (o hotislng commissions to build anil sell houses ni cost and lo mako adranceg lo work- j era desirous of building their own homes by the government wher-j necessary to be sold on conditions similar to those'contained In malting) of the report also suzgeeletlj thnt the same pratem applied to the i and purchailng of war ahoald and nnw bfl applied to 6f land, aup- plfes and labor In the event ot the nuggeallons not being acceptable, the committee rec- ommends (hat amend Ing of, (he ctn federal housing act Where proTlnces refdse to lake ad- txnUga of Ihe provisions of the act, tbai the municipalities be to maki application for an allotment, nch allotment to be- made wilh6nt holding It agalnal the borrowing pow-, of hich flee how Charlie Chaplin'gels even with the "coot It a" In Ma latest mil- lion dolfar picture, "Shoulder todar knd The housewlfe> appeal for domes' tic help today [3 llko unto the ancient "cry from Macedonia." One might al- moat bo convinced that domestic ser- vants were- exllri'ct- is Ihn reason for this of affairs? Tri "The World a special Frank. Keenau trhlch op- ens a three dajr rnh, starling Tuesday, At the Empress theatre, we are to hn offered what Is aald lo bfi .a and sane, solution lo-Jhe most burn- Ing problems of Ibe moment. It' is "JOHN FERGUSON" COMING TOJHE MAJESTIC The engagement at the Fridjiy and Saturday. October 3 and "John Hie great Irish play by St. John G. Ervine, which made such a. tremendous Spuccess In New Tort city, brings. hack. to Canada several well-hnoun faroriles. Tlobcrt Forsyth, who has the title role, one of the vclcrans'of Ihe stage. Born in Belfast, do came to America 1S7-1 and appeared In Slatcs'and recent appearances I COLONIAL LAST TIMES TODAY (Saturday) "THE SLEEPING LION" Wilh Monroe Sallslillry TOOTSIES AND TAMALES" "ELMO THE MIGHTY" MON. TUES. WED. Another Magnificent Sl.ige VITAGBAPH INC., 'PRESENTS HARRY T. MOREY "The Gamblers" A Splendid Piclurlutlon 'of KLEm-t Fitmous Singe" Succts! remember t ftetl picture "THE THIRD OIOREE" was. 'THE QAMILCRt" by tlie BAme Author, jiroduced by Ibe name com- and la a one hundred ptr cent, picture. Wo Rladly recommend It., SHOWS AT 7.00 AND 9.00 SHARP MAURICE TOURNEUR Pres fills "Sporting Life" This feature will commence at 130 and 9.30. See It. "RILEY'S WASH DAY" Comedy Scream, and "TOPICS .OF THE DAY" Xdulls 35e. -GnvL Tax Extra THE ONE AND ONLY I71VI13D17QQ TONIGHT t.lVll'KIl.OO-and MON. Alice Brady 'The Indestructible Wife' OROGRAM YOU SHOULD NOT MISS MONDAY AND TUESDAY PATHEVPROGHAM HELENE CHADWICK "CALEB PIPER'S v GIRL" A Five Part Comedy-Drama "THE .MARATHON" Lloyil Comedy, and "THE-TIGER'S "Episode Six 25 CenU Children; Iltgular Prices. SECOND OF HIS MILLION DOLLAR PICTURES. FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION TUESDAY KENAN'S BURNING MESSAGE OF THE MOMENT TO THOSE WHO WOULD HAVE MORE AND LIVE BETTER.. IN SIX POWERFUL ACTS "THE WORLD AFLAME" AN INTENSE DRAMA OF THE SOCIAL UPHEAVAL WHICH IS NOW PER- MEATING THE WORLD. Man lo Facing with the Naked Weapons-of Greed and Later Showing "the Way to "Get Together" in Harmony and Brotherhood. lit the EMPRESS, 3 Pays Starting Tuesday Canada In tho support of Edwin JJooth. Lawrence Barrett, B. S. Davenport, Charlollo Cashman, Adelald Nb-lson nnd other famous slars, and In England with Barry Sjilliran and Sir Charles THE THEATRE GUILD, INC., of New York City, Offer "THE PLAY THAT HAS PIERCED THE SOUL OF AMERICA" By ST. JOHN G. ERVINE, with a guaranteed New York Cast and Production. Len S. Brown, Local Mgr. Phone 1722 The Melodramatic Sensation Full of Wonderful Thrills That fhrob Body and Soul. 'One of the most significant eyents in the history, of our llieatit; during, the past 15 Daily Star, Sept. 2, I ?ll 9. "It certainly never has been ex-- celled at the Walker Theatre." Free Press, Sept. !6thf 1919. SEAT SALE open TncwU; at Arautront ud 'i Jewelry Sfm. NEXT FRIDAY SAT. OCT. 3 and 4 Special Matinee Saturday JJ MOTION PICTURE SPECIAL NOTE TO MAJESTIC PAT- This wonderful play "John Ferguson" was selected by our circuit, The Western Canada. TJlcalrcs Llmllefl, 15 tho opening attraction on all cir- cuit theatres, and Is unqucstlonriljly as great a play iKts ever been brought lo Wealej-n Canada. Lcthbridgo is indncil fortunate In being Included on the routo of tho wh'ich 13 only playing the larger cities of Canada en route lo Ihe Fncific Cocsl. J urge yon not lo mls3 'John Ferguson." It is an exceptional ittracllon. Respectfully yours, ,LEN 3, Manager, Majestic Theatre. Nights: J1.M, 7Sc and 50c Satvdajr Matinee: ;