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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDW.S&AY, JANUARY HO, 1018 the r.sri-rdKiU(;K daily iikkald JJ _ -� - PAGE FIVE Lethbridge Fair Dates, July 22 to 27, Are Satisfactory f Messrs. McNicol and Moore, "who with A(i. V, Day. represented the Lethbridge exhibition board at. flu; mooting of I he Western Canada Fa'tva Association hold in Calgary, returned this morning and express thernselvcM ;ih -very well pleased with the result of Hie convention, in tho mutter t$ wherein it affects the Lethbridge Exhibit Ion. While in former yearn it. has been possible to form ono circuit comprising all the exhibitions hold by mem-born of tho Western Canada Fairs Association, this year, on ar certain funds said io havo been paid by contractors of the Valley vuUv.-uy ivr poll! leal purposes it was announced by Hon. W. P. Jones, counsel for the fcovern- menl. of Now Brunswick, thai, four i anli,v upol, {]lf, ,nu|P(i forr-c.s j,, rumen will bo prosecuted lor conspiracy j fi(iif] 0f battle, there in present! lh�- story of Russia---Ihf> most enlighwm-ing Mory that lias ever been told. ih. t!i�-Hiihj.^ci of whi^h almoHl bt'oim'nt nil- CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAL Italians Take 2600 and an attempt will ]>* nmdo to get part of tho monoy had; from a fifth. . Tho men involved and from whom restitution wrll he sought ;iro ox-Promior J. K. Fhinin^, who. while hond of the government, is alleged to havo converted $ I "O.oou to his own ubo, \Y. B. Tennani. who is alleged to havfi acted as a middle man botwoen tho Fleming govinm'-nt and the Nova Scotia Conslrtu-tion Company, the successful temh'rors for the 0011-iract of constructing tho road, and to have accepted $l!!:J.nnn. part, of which it is claimed found its way 10 the election campaign fund of the Fleming government, Thoijias Xagle, lumber merchant, and Messrs. ,\Uicdonald ami ) Lindsay, member*; of the Nova Scotia Construction Company. In Fleming's case the former premier will be asked m return the $1-00,-000 and in case of failure action will he taken in the courts for its recovery, in the case of Tennant, Nagle. McDonald and Lindsay, proceedings, if necessary, will b" taken under the criminal code, charged with conspiring to prepare false lenders and secure for themselves enormous profits. real U".i - Prisoners RUSSIA'S STORY mam � mm*. *� m m *� � i AT THE ORFiYKIM GJorkt's lUymnnvd i- on at t/jo ur-plieum tonight. Also tin- C.roat rfoc-rei. AT THE MAJESTIC Irving licjiin's interna 1 i.)iial svm" >-paled mttsienl .success. "Wntch Voji." Ste]>, will come to tlie Majestic theatre on Feb. for a lioiU.od on.cag;1-ment of one 'night. Mail nrilet's fur scats are now being received at tho theatre. "THE ISLE Q' DREAMS" COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY No muHieaj drama 01 i'ecoiit. yeac.s has appealed so much to the general public as lias Chauncfiy Olonti'h lri^li play "'The isle 0' Dreams" which comes to the .Majestic 1 hejtre on Friday and Saturday nights and Satur-day matinee, this week. Heading the big metropolitan company which will he seen here it; ;ho pwoefest of nil singers of Irish hnllad-and folk sontrs. Among \\v 111.my C>i- \ ;m.-'� ih.-r.-cott stingy which Mr. Veiir- -iu^s in th�: I CicktVird is plav, will bo fomnl "Mot'lir-r .M'U'hree." -When lri-*h t-Jycs iirr SutillTtK." ">?y Wilil Irish li $1*^0, $1.50, $2.00 FKIllLa: Box Seats.......$2.00, $2.50 LAST TIMES TONIGHT PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT George Beban IN "AN INTERNATIONAL SNEAK," 2 Reel Comedy. "ROYAL FLYING CORPS IN ACTION," Gazette. LOST IN TRANSIT 9> TERMS CASH PHONE 770, WADDINGTON SELLS FOR CASH, RESIDENCE 469 ETC. TH U RS.-FRIDAY-SAT. ARTCRAFT PICTURES CORPORATION PRESENTS YOUR FAVOURITE, I BILLIE BURKE in "Gloria's TONIGHT Prices 10c-1.5c 5* Romance AND OTHER GOOD PICTURES 5 i Bl 1 \ mm PASSES J! 3,000 * J � -i h 4 In V 4 h ri 4 With Cash in the Bank Yoa Can Bay to Advantage You knov hov everything costs more when you have to buy on credit. Why not practice self-dental for a while if necessary, open a Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, and with the money in Innd, buy at Cash prices? The discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and you will have made a good start towards financial Independence. OP CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH CAROSTON BRANCH - F. W. NICHOLSON, Manager - F. V. Cavers, Manager BARONS BRANCH * J. Blackwood, Manager Believe $80,000 Mark Will Be Reached-Take Up Matters With Bennett T..ellibrldge's Red Cross drive haa passed the $i3,000 mark according- to the word at campaign headquarters j today. This is an increase of $3000 over the figures reported yesterday and the committee is greatly pleased. The drive is not going with the swing which had been hoped-for but it. is producing results neverthele.sfi, and thoso in charge ar� sanguine that.the $:;o,()00 mark will yet be reached. Neither tho C.V.li. employees or the Gait minonwhuve yet been heard from, and isood contributions arc expected from these quarters. A meeting of tbe local branch of,the I lied Cross is being held in the Ked | Cross rooms this &fternonn when sev-' eral matters win he taken up with R. |.B. 1 Jennett, provincial president. I- I TONIGHT LAST TIME POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE IN mux REBECCA (IF STOPS ft H7 + L* - 4 - - _ h P * m + - * I 4 � � 4 * + a * .V.V.W * 4 , m . � + m � � m _fc %. hi * t W m+ m mm / If + fm.m. H - � + -�>-*- f -4 I "i rill +4-4 + � * W 4 i-4-4 i � � * � � *- . A - **- H fm m-m 4 ri 4 4 I i 4Pii ^ 4 mmy I m � + *�4+4 ifi � j ~ m-m- + > i + j , w4 4++- " " " � � ri 4 ^ � 4i1 l-'V � h I m m � + � Ij � J � � +* If r^f|.,.ll ......+ I 4^ + # m W + 4 h LtIIIII r. , - - m II l-^j' x P> J >P � F � .it i+i^iii m.m b|4 I I m. u ^ f-l i\% M I F H l-r i� 4 WW + * W 1 i + t*+ i �W*t \n\ � P > , , .44 4 I ^4 . m. � ' ' J Better Than "The Little American." Admission, Adults 25c, Children 10c. Saturday Matinee, Children 5 cents* * - ' P r * The "Romanoffs" is the first big -feature connected with this circuit Watch for others to follow. Nexr week "The Slacker." ' The Fall of the Romanoffs HERBERT BRENON'S GREATEST MASTERPIECE IN 8 ACTS, ;