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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta '.FRIDAY. AUGl'ST 15, 1910 Till-; LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Iba Haymoiul and Magrallt districts with trees hdc-u with IvuU." Visitors from Majjratfa. Sllrllnp, Ta- ber. LctklirUgr. AVarner autl other j cuutres attended llio exhibition today. They steiucj delighted wilb the ex- hibits. Amoiig the visitors was Lhe A. J. McLean, minister of public worki. The (lay was observed a public holiday fa, Ilayiuoml. Mil the tares, banks, etc.. flosing', This swelled tbe Uironj. The grandslaml wai well flUtd. thu bleachers, Tiie fcraiid elceU p la Iho opera bouse tontgbi wai highly aueccas.ul, Over Uiousnnd People secretary Klmball and President at Last Day Of of the fair board both feat GF.RMAN EXCHANGE FALLS BERLIN, Aug. ex- change today below 30 francs per 100 marks for Iht first time In Us history. Tlie decrease Is due, according to German news- papers, to heavy exports of Ger- man money to Switzerland, It ]na addtd that >uch transactions Are being cajrled out through oc- cupied territories. It Is aatd that from GO.PJO.OOO to 70.0CO.OOO marks are reaching Switzerland dally. llesult of Sports (Vrosn Our Own KAYMOND, Aug. a thau y sure tbat the exUibUion i was rt Jlnaiiclal aucceu. Thoy and tbf tllreclors uve well pleased with the IresuJlH. H exceeded Iheir expecla- UioLj. 1 The raclug tolay was exi'UluK and ka flnl; l'ow oil's Martha Me Gee 2 N'ovftly foot race- Jce McLean first; Vaufhii Taylor second. 100 yard foot Skouion first; Don Skouaon ateond, N'oceily Lorjp first; Argel second. Saturday 'idKfthUl is dt-dartid to be bis moat vilsl-rolo of liis i-areer. KluarL I'aton ami John CLymer wroto tho Alory 'vhu-ti was. Into scenario form li.v tin- I'ntrenal scen- ario department- Salisbury is Jim NK-Kuizie. a big- hcarled.'blK-fifted luuiter r.ioip boss in Ma new' flliii feature, lie is Iporiei! by Helen Jurome Kddy, flalre 1 Anderson aJid olbers prominently mentfoLK'J in tbe "Who's Who" Ju Iscreeudoni- "TUo llliadluc Trail" U the story 1 o( a erent-soulej man who, blloded In I rescuing the daughter of lilt milllou- employe la a toboggan ftcculocl, is lavelffled into rcarrjlcg her. Sbe Is a superficial crcnlurc bt itie cities .who In Salisbury her hero. But her eouiUv -Adele sees in the big lumberman BometbiDE greater-- tor slio bai tbe ihat j meant to mate with his. How tbe problem of this triiugle U varied {out (urine (he'dramatic pr.iliy of the jnay >MI.U. jMches a terrific In a bAtUe the blinj 2ta and Iho uan.vha hai wou the un- btable iffecllon of bit wife. episode of "The Had Glove" and several real oomedlea will also be ibowo- o( Algeria. .le The fair grounds wore crowded 1 firil; I'oiveH (Urowiring) second. wlUi people all through Hie A I Weavine Arscl first; I-u live (ntcrcst was oxblbfted In the dl.s- second. Flays and niucU was gleaned or ciluca- t.iMfj uiiu mui'j 11.13 girjlieu VI liunal valitc. hlulj and BujeefeUoii that be lakeu home, digested ant ?ul Into praoilcc ne-T( season. Thi Saddle horse Vnlcraon pccond. J itorac first; jecond. flrst; In keeping with (be consistent i standard of high class inductions (he theatre olfera Us paTroTiR. >tanager ITauseu prrsent Lionel Kcrryoioro. supported by an) ull star cast in ''The Valley o( adapted (roin a famous M-ork by well know n inyi-U'r.i1 n rite.-, A'lctor I Thlt fllni offere lo Ihe Gct your Vlflrold LOW anil bp prenircJ for the summer's lun. Victrolas 134.00 up. We InTlta you ti> come In our and hear ihe following Jlecords; 01S1I When Vnu L.uok ID Ihc Heart ol a Iloao ....................Snag by Jolin McCormack 1S559 Knfnbow Uivislcii M.irch ..liy Arthur Pryor'a of In-icpDndence Consvay's 1S5C1 Out ol the Dart Kci TroL................... ..................Joseph C. Nr.i.'iy Day. Trot ...................Joseph C. Smith's Orc-hcatTS." iSbaG Susie liehavc Jleuley One-Step Van Epa Trio 'Mnnte Crlsto Jr., Medley Kox Trot-----Van Trio nines ......-.............American Quartette Iho Bsee Make Honey Down in Sunny Alabiui By InliiK and Jnck Kaufmau CiTSO Sorter -Miss Frances Alda DALMOHAL BLOCK, LETHBRlDGE, ALBERTA. dance "orchestra" that never gets tired itflrola with "Hit Muler'i Voice" ploys llie latest beat dance rauiic in Taricty. It rrsponds lo eTcry encore with a willing- nesa that lieigViteni the joy of dancing. E "Kis Master's Voice" Records 90 cents for 10-inch, double-sided Tumble-dpivn Slack In Oh I -Willie Eckstein's Slrand TrSo Burtnah Trot W-l'm Forever BlowlriK Wallr Willie Strand Trio Oil, Suilc, Crlilo, Fox Trol 'Van Epi Ttlo ArabUa OrcA Trel. Mcholu Orlindo'lOrchntri 18534 (lolj t.irnd, if Alt for free copy of our. 620-pMe MUIJCA! liilini vrtl 9000 "Hii Miiler't Voice" RttorJi. Hear them at any "His Mailer's Voice" dealers by Berliner Grooi-o-plione Co., Limited Montreal We Sell Victor Records The WiUis 'Piano Co. 707 TKlRO AVENUE SOUTH Are You Acquainted With Our Real Home-made Bread, Cakes and Pastries YouVill like ihe way serve ice cream dishes. TheHorMetliliridpSakery WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY 404 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1307 Inrcgolnj public a new theme por- trasing the double lite ot an intlucii- j Hal nml respected judge of n com- j .Tiunlty M-JIO during Uic day admijiisl-} era severe JUSLICG to oil who conic S before him :ind at nigbt assumes IU? Jeatlcrshlp of .1 eang of denizens oH the underworld, ilr. IJarryniorc's iiortr-tKal of the 'Dr. Jekylc and Mr. Hydo Jutijre' Is most realisiic ana the picture 05 i arrards a very re- j freshing entertainment. There will also be ilioivn a Eooii coniody feature ae woll as the latest! luting-Chester and Drillsli- j Canadian N'cws.--Advert. FEDERATED LABOR PARTY TWcfMEETINGS IN STARLAND THEATRE On SUNDAY NEXT, AUG. 17th At 3.03 and 7.30 IRVINE OFrCALGARY, WILL ADDRESS BOTH MEETINGS ARBUCKLE'S NEW COMEDY IS "LOVE" i Fully .Arbutlvlc, whose new- Para- j morint comedy, is announced I as an entirely new and original veil- j Icle, will be seen in tliat production at Starland "loniglit and tomorrow. -The title itself suggests iufiuite possibili- ties, Cor n lint may not bo expected of the genial Fatty ivhen lariprlng unfler tha wounds inflicted by cujiid? It is to say Inat love ever liad a funny side It is adequately presented In Lhla couedy. it has a distinct- ly Iteantilul sidgj loo, because Wini- fred Weslovor, one of Ihe inost Ac- lishlful or Ingenues, is cast, for the leading retuiuinc role. The story is by _Ur. Arbncklo snil Vincent Bryan. The comedian direct- ed it himself and It waTraade at" the new Paramouiit-Arbucklo atudtos in Los Augetes, wherein the slar lias lately been inslallcd Tiic plot of IE completely away from nny.of tlie preceding Pnramonnt- Arrjuelilo cometlics and proscnLs Iho heavy weight laughmaker In unlamll- lar but wholly nmusing situations and with incidDnls enough, it is to keep everybody Interested to tbo last the Mini. MONROE SALISBURY IN "THE BLINDING TRAIL" AT COLONIAL TODAV Lower Meat Prices at Palace Meat Market Saturday Specials Choice Routs of Beef, at 18c, 20c and 22c per Ib. Choice Roarts of Veal at 15c, 18c, 22c and 25c Ib. Stewing Mutton at 18c per Ib. Sheep Hearts at lOc per Ib. Sheep Liver at lOc per Ib. Choice Creamery Butter at S5c per Ib. Roast Betf Dripping at 30c per Ib. PAL ACE MEAT MARKET THIRTEEMTH STREET N. PHONE 411 Westminster Meat Market Special Prices on Beef and Veal Tomorrow Only The Lrealh ol llio norlb woods aurl the sling ol the snows ere in "The Hlindfng the drama of otdcloor with ils trcmentlous con E lie Li of passion, which brings Monroe Salis- bury to the Colonial theatre today and COLONIAL Today and Saturday Notice To Our Patrons The correct lulerprftlaffon of (he'.4lberla Amusements Tar Act (1oc5 nol alldw us to include a War Tan Ticket with BJI Admission ticket. COMMENCING ON MONDAY NEXT, August 18th, War Tai tickets- must be purchased separately from Admission tickets, at the ralo stipulated In tbe Acl, a copy or ttblch Is on display at oil. theatre bor-olflccs. At the cily's motion picture Uieatre.-i ilio cents lai'on auull tirtela, and 1 cent on children's tickets win sitU be in effect. We respectfully nak TOII to beir tn mind lh2t this is not an Increase in admission prices, simply the proper tic Act. Yours truly, GEORGE FLEMING, Starland Theatre. BROWN AND HUDSON, Colonial Theatre, LEN S. BROWN, M.jeitic Thcalra. BEEF 'VEAL Chuck Rout, OA ptr Ib................ iWC Shoulder IlOBSt, 9ftn IUb ]tolat. por Ib.............i. per Ib......... 1 r Breut of IOC per ib. Shoulder Ib................-.. Beef, per Ib........... HinitrarKef Steak, per Ib. BUTTER 22c Nsck ot Ib Veal Shanks, Ib. 08c BrooXDeli Creamery, Cft- Ib............... OVC Cltrrcrdttlo Ib............... 60c FRESH EGGS 55c per dozen NO DELIVERY EMPRESS The Mansfield of the Screen MONROE S A L I Special Keaturs In 6 Ac'.j U In 'The Blinding TMll" R ALSO SHOWINQ "THE RED GLOVE" in "THE HERO" Tiro I'art Coninly Other Features 25.Cents nhd 10 Centa A Very Fine Assortment of Has jusl come and comprises a nice range of Chinese and Japanese Silks of High Quality. MEN'S SHIRTS from to LADIES' BLOUSES from 5150 to GLOVES All Colors at HOSE atjl.85 WAIST LENGTHS to And veiy pretty tTable Covers, Handkerchiefs, Babies' Coats, -Babies' Quilts, Yard Goods, Under- wear, .etc., in some cases hand done. We invite you to see these goods. GROCERIES, FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY ORIENTAL SILKS AND .'.'_ PHONE 1172 320 13th STREET N, You LOW To A Trtit For Boch Veunj ind Old Lionel Barrymore AND AN ALL VALLEY OF NIGHT' "A PHOTOPLAY OF UNUSUAL MERIT" Together wilh a good CHAPLIN COMEDY. of 113 furaous OUTIN4CHESTER PICTURES, and litwt Britllli Canadiiin Paths Nem. EmpreiB Popular AiiulU J4c; OrchMtral Music Pltlurtt COMING MONDAY "HUMAN DESIRE" with lh> slar, ANITA CTARLAND ft All 9B I TONIGHT AND TOMORROW L'UiS FREDER1C1C ccthe Shidov" Pauline Federick IN df The Shadows' This ii Positively One oi Pauline Freaerlck'e GrwlesC .___ pon'l Miss 11. .Also Fatty Arbuckle in HM-Yery I.atfal Tn-0-HeCl 35 Children, ReguUr. v, ;