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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TWELVE THB IJ5THHRIOOF, DAILY KEStAMJ TJII'IISIUY, MAI1CII24. (IrcrK o; Y.- niolu-ltr, on front, Mlr.o iM.-t of I'uh.'tk on I'll.i front. Mar. '21. An of aiiottt 20 miles iiKfdr by the Greeks on both the nil Hrusa fronts during tho first, tlnv f thflr offensive Turks. 'ho latter, wfjo nre tiplitiiiit third, tic laro will not ret tent until rvrry iipans nf defense has linen exhaust (I. Tho offensive, whirl; ln-p.ui ;ii'ie" of preparation, is inler pood weather conditions. OLD STANDBY. FOR ACHES AND PAINS Any Man or Woman Who Keeps Sloan't Handy Will Tel! Yen That Same Thing ESPECIALLY ihose frequently at- tacked by rheumatic A count er-irrit an r, Sloan's Lini- ment scatters tho consist ion and jicne- trales without rubbing to thp nffifeleti part, soon f.he nctifi and paiti. Kept handy and used everywhere. lor reducinp and finally eitminatinp: thp uains and ache? of lunlhago. nou- niusc'e strain, joint, ptift'ncps. sprains, bruises, and the results from exposure. You just kno'iv from its lioalthy nflor that it tvilf do you K.ood! Sloan's Liniment is sold I-.? ;.it ERID. A PROW V iiVlV.KIA. Viiii-. 1 i. fimni-ii on uko action on ;i to muvcil by Act- in ir V.-nu-nuvcr Isl- ami should b-> civi'tort .1 si'p.irafp pro- viuv. Tiu- tninuMi is -j-piiu'1! tin1 resolution si! tli" unit-r paper at Ot- tawa.-with to lilt' of a (jrovinro in Noriliorii ftni''-h Co- lumbia, and a sfntiinem vrhirli boca viiir.-ii Tbc colony of Vancouver Inland en- joyed pa rate iindor a iissomhly from. to IS till it nuitt'ii wiiti Hritii-h Cn iumbia. live HIP united colonies entered ootu'odtviiiton. FUNKHAL OF OEOHGE E. McCRANEY AT OAKVILLE Ont.. K. MeOranpy. forinpr nieiuii >r of parlia- ment for Saskatoon, in HIP public !ii> nf tho Poniinion unit ihe Pr-.'.-'byiorian chun-U of Canaiia, ;t loi-riT Oakviile boy. laid ic. rt-sl in .hide's cPtnou-ry, near Oak- vil'e. this ;iftPrnonn. in the pruvo of iiis and mother. The r.mcral pcvvice was in ti'.p Prcsl-yr-Tinu rhnnh at and v.'iig attended by relatives and friends ot ibe dec-eased from many parts of i he province and the Dominion. Wilson. M.P.. Saskatoon, atteniied as representiitive of the government. ;i itrii.'nattf Itul ihf (Ii I'Oftoiu ntipply Hit' 'Wiilk in this he 1 would urdnr. .lark. You i liiivt'ii I SITU htm two yours. i him. Sfitili1. liri'nk down :uid i ry. your lu-ail ;v little. Srnllo your Kiss him iittain.' ii'ani'iiii would do as Bin- uld, knowing whut it all jilhMii- or carins. tin1 public demands IIUM-P And tlic avor.iflo i no. Musi 01' us insist upon roadinj: ;onr'i'nlly in tlHMr original form wlirttit'r book, novel, or yci n- arid startifts to work In llioin. try to Ciller into (he spirit of rlmnu'tiM1 from the lirst scene. krtjnv is (.-nntini: every niiit- me ;iir! it only for tho dn'.'ci Tf in indicnto wanted. 1 tli ii of a Itttlu oH'Lco who fell In love with an author, l-'ol- lowlnu thin she jippeured in "Love's lliirvotjt." imsln an Hut Ibis tituo shtt was willtnl to u uwii she had Whtm did him, however, she tnihmdinlcly fell In lovo with htm. In hnr fourth plrtdro. "Tho UtUo MIs-.M Muaon appMrni MR a muthorkwR wulf, who t'lcdft from li lutrd ruut imlmmUtly In tlu liiii'lmi' of love. In Mnry Mlns llttioi is utt u frltMUlluu BlaTey-- u UniiUvt In a vhmip LoiuiOtt boirdlnc himsi'. Hwro nho meets urtutocnitlc niujili'ian wltli whom mili In Mow thi1 course of iii.r, In to run nmoolh for tUti peopU iil'tor many trliilH told In n mom c and Mpry. -ft..- watt [SHIRLEY MASON SEEN AS TYPICAL "SLAVEY" Shirley Mason has enacted various typos of role? since she was firat nre- twnttid an a William Fox star, but In none has she appeared to better ad- lluiji as thn little "tflarey" in Israel Xangwlll's fiumHia stage sue- i cess, ''Merely Mary which is jahowltiK at, the Klngp Ihealfw FrtflRy Hfltiirday, In licr ttrpt Pox fentiive Mlas Mason seen tis 1111 orphRii left in nil dosed, who. utter numerous I adventures found a guardian for life j-ARE ALL MEN ALIKE" I AT COLONIAL TONIGHT last, times, the special feat- MAJESTIC-NEXT FRIDAY, APRIL 1 One Night 8.30 Sharp. -4 WJfi. OF THAT COUGH dO f i 1 U Milk is tins without the use is put up in River Vallev, the finest, In all it in all your recipes. You will makes verv fine, and verv rich at Ladner Burns A Company, for Aits. CHAMBERLAIN MUST APPEAL TO PEOPLE LONDOX. Mar. Cham- herlain. rerently elected as leader of the hnuse of commons, has been ap- po'nted ion! privy aeiil, both positions iiiiving been previously held by An- i diTW Bonar Law. This will necessi- j tatf Mr. Ciiamberlain's seeking re- election in Birmingham. It is believoJ tluit the labor party Trill fight thy election, but Birmingham is 1 eil quite ;i snfp seat for Mr. Cliamber- [lain. Movie Stars Given Says Ethel Clayton Greater Range Now, Pretty Star in "A Lady in Love" Says Players Arc No Longer Mere Manikins. Ethel Clayton, the pretty favorite, is of the opinion thut one of the greatest advances made in the movies in recent years is the enlarged opportunity offered to stars to use their own initiative in acting before the camera. "In the old explained Miss Clayton, "many of the stars were nip.i-e manikins. The producers were concerned only with scod looks and Some people get a nasty r-ouph and don't pay much attention to it, say- ing. "Oh. it will wear away fn a I time." hut whih1 it may wear I off. serious injury may have been j done to the IUIIRS and j organs by the prolonged, harsh, rack- i coughing, I On the of a cough or cold pet 3 bottle nf Dr. Wood's Norvay Pine Syrup. It. will slap that naaty. troublesome trough, ease the tigiunpss ac-rosa the t-hest, and loosen tho phlegm. Wm. Earnplrnvr.- Apsley, Ont., winter I raitght n bfid roKl. had a sore throat and a terrible harking cough that I could not get I rid of. I not sleep at night. I tried quite a few remedies, but they dirt not do me much sood until I pnt 11 r. Norway Plite Syrup. By tiic time I had la'icn two Iwtrles, my was till H.ODO. 1 feel that "Dr. Wood's" has no pqual." When you get Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, you nre not experiment- ing with n new and untried remedy, hut one that has a reputation extend- In j? over thirty yearp. Put up in a yellow wrapper; thre'i pine trees the trade murk} price and fiOc. a bottle, manufactured only by The T. Mllbtirn Co., Limited, Tor- onto, j Spectacular UNIVERSAL tofectioft JULES VEMEk Great Holiday Attraction MOM. AND TUES. REGULAR PRICES EMPRESS Today s--1 7Sc. eat sale opens Tuesday it Armrtrong and Raworth's GREAT DOUBLE HOLIDAY BILL FRIDAY SATURDAY Soles Good hand-sewn better: that's .why Iiand-Bewn job. This togfi) with the fact thai we use thu BEST OAK LEATHER ensures the very best work ind most lasting wearing Weil-done neat joh. nut have this service? J. W. BRADLEY 212 13TH STREET SOUTH. SEEDS! SEEDS! In regard to best are always the cheapest. Poor seeds are clear at any price. We keep nothing but Hie best. Packages put up by nil best known and reliable sceil Unusce; alpn bulk tjf every kind. Slost'ot the market gai-ilvnern buy our sucils, so why not you? Special Sed Prices for Next 1 Peas, Western Beauty; per Ib..............40c Beans, Black Wax; per Ib................4Qc Carrot, Nantes, half long: per Beet, Egyptian Blood Turnip; per Spinach, Victoria; per Ib.................90c Radish; per Onion, Danver's Yellow Globe; per ALSO WE HAVE ALL KINDS IN BULK. CABBAGE, .CAULIFLOWER, CELERY, TURNIP PARSNIP LETTUCE, CORN, CUCUMBER, EROAD REAI-'S MARROW. SQUASH, TOMATOES, KOHL KA3I. SUNFLOWER SWEET PEAS, LAWN GRASS. Also we have nice line.s of EASTER GOODS at 5c, lOc, 15c and 2Sc. BING WO 320 13TH STREET NORTH. PHONE i.i72. COLONIAL- OPENING EPISODE OF THE TREMENDOUS CIRCUS TALE adven.tu.rtf of o.nio.1 who tried, to find a. father far a. certain, iCEIii THB Prices: Adults 40c; Child ran lOc. GOUOEOUS SF-OTAI, SENSATION CENTURY BATHING GIRL COMEDY. COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA. Big Special Holiday Matinee Good Friday from 2 Till 5.30. ETHEL CLAYTON .la Cady in Cove ill lOVU illi t.', Hv.-ay and married n Then, when the veal man enter- ed her Come and soc if yon with what she did. SPECIAL ADDED ATTRAC- TIONS Fatty Arbuckle in his fastest comedy, "Back Stage" Charlie Cbpli IN !he Imir NOTICE A special Children's Matinee will be given on Friday after- noun as well as on Saturday. Aumlsclon 5c for this great show. LAST TIMES TODAY FATTY ARBUCKLE In hlff greiiUwt sucORHS, "THE ROUND- hi reels. LAST TIMES TODAY S JAC PIOKfORD. ThdiiSiinds havfi rend thp hook- now come and the picture1, A Guaranteed Attraction. FRI. and SAT. Shirley Mason IN "MERELY The -big stage sitccass Israel Z.ingwHI, A picture you'll enjoy. SPECIAL Clillilrcn'ii Matlnpo Fri'luy r nn'l Hiitunlay. Admission, DC GOOC COMEDIES. ;