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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN" THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MABCH 80, tW! OLD A HINT BY THORNTON W. BURGESS A cause tlioro is for every act, And therein lios the vital fact. Cranny Fox. Clever rui't is Old All tlio little people of the fireen and the Oreou Mwidmvs apres to that. Even Old Man Coyote admits h, anil lir.ow Old Man Coyote has a pretty good opinion of his own cleverness and fhrfwdness and does- nt often pay compliments to others. Granny had been quite as much sur- prised as any of the others who had Boen all that happened off. there by the great windfall deep in the Ureen Forest. No one had been more surpris- ed than she. She had expected to sea Bear run away at tie flret glim- pse, of Farmer Brown's boy just as mart than once she had seen Bustor run. So when initemd Mrs. Bear chased Fanner Brown's boy up a tree old Granny Pox could hardly believe that ber eyes were not playing her tricte. All the time Mrs. Dear kept Farmer Brown's boy up that tree old Granny watched and her shrewd old wits vere very busy. "Wny should Mrs. Bear fly into such a rage and seem to have -no fear at all of Farmer Brown's iboy, while Buater Bear always runs at the first whiff ot man thought Old Granny Fos. "It isn't because she is bigger aud stronger than he. I am It isn't because she doesn't know as much about these two-legged crea- tures called men and how dangerous tJiey often are. There is something else behind it. There is a cause of some kind for her quick temper and travery. I wonder what it is." It was just then that Old Man Coy- ote appeared and stood just in front did you asked Roddy Fox who had joined her front of the -windfall. She saw her alter a Ions time look sharply this way and that way and finally disap- pear in the entrance to her bedroom under the great windfall. Old Granny Fox waited until Itlrtiillim and i tomy. This production IH 1V lilt Old and others not liny It thai Mr. Kantor Jorka him entitled !'-io will too numeroiu 'mention. In the role of Mrs. iilihy, wealthy Wall slnvt wife. In "No- Bhmvn ;.s fcaturo iilttMcUoii at tv: Iwily'a UobsKin has a uart for thrco (lays, start- different from in which iho been aeon, one that gives the talent- ed utar the opvnrtuntty her provlom roles juit fell short of. p'.ac- IIIK Imr In the front ruuk of the ureat slellar artists now before the public, and stumping her the leading come- dienne of the American i UuMtro tomorrow. _ilfcii JOJTI-, star ot tlio plctnra. is called upon through nomo of its most dramatic ultuutKmB to I'mplay IllrU- lion upon four ilifl'uront mou. younp woimm is cast an Marlon and later n.i lloatrlen Uunind, a bride who commits sum'iilo, anil a daushtor who works rovi death, (hrmmh "Nobody's Fool" is .written In three of her mother's acts, and tells a pood wholesome irtstion. Trapedy'story; while boinK u comedy, thero In marches along spiritually hosiiie ilio a serious touch running through tho firl who contrives ami applies llirta- tracedy of her own aovil. usir.g all the arts and arti lion. It Hoatrice. iioos of the vampire, 18 called ou to play tvhich for treatment, such as only tho true artist can lend. Augustus Pltou, Inc., under whoso management Miss Itobsou has been appearius for the past few years, has wreck aud destroy tile smiib of not tlirt star with a east cap- only unloved courtiers, but that ot able ot interpreting the many roles, the man she ..voi'uhips. Joyco among whom will be found John through i! all conveys a sub-conscious Sears Story. Robert K. llomaus, Fayo lif-r sorrow under every; Cusick, Jack Marvin, Lillian Hariner, smile. In ihe end the girl wins her Bess Diinlop, C. A. Winters and sev- iiway froiti ilio whop. he telltj Mamu Kantor tho Htory of l.oo't's action, she bursts into sobs of Her dreams of having a son with a soul for music have been roaliied. will bo u nmiJclan. Six when tho rest of fiunily la at Ihe birthday dinner, sho steals out and buys tho fiddle for Fifteen years later, Leon is recog- nized genius all over tho world. Ho has. played botoro audiences in Hnrope and America. Abroad he has met ttlhti (limiberg again, anil slm is a beautiful woman. Their child- lovo bloHsoms into the lovo of tho man for the woman. Leon returns to Now York anil gives a concent in New York's biggest theatre at popular bis own people. Tho wholo East Side turns out for the performanco and Leon Is given a huge ovation. It is just at tho time way against fate and is saved for happy fulfillment of dreams. 'ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN" AT THE COLONIAL TONIGHT Tho greatest mother lovo play of the century, "Once to Kvcry Woman." will bo tile attraction at the Colonial theatre today aud tomorrow (Thurs- others, and has given tho play a splendid production. The sale of teats is now open st Armstrong and Raworth's. dc.yi, v.-hen it will receive its positive showings in this city. Dorothy Phillips, the Bernhardt of 'HUMORESUQE" SHOWING AT THE KINGS THEATRE WEDNESDAY ONLY The Kantors avo a poor Jewish family living on the lower East Side of York City. Tho household consists of Abraham Kautor, his wife, and Bight children. It is the seventh the silent drama, is starred in "Once birthday of Leon, one of the children, tci Kvery and her portrayal and his father plans to take him to of the country girl, Aurora, who with' a toy shop and buy him a present. her marvellous voico captivates Eur-'Seeking his son, who is playing in ope and America, only to fall by the j the street, Abraham arrives in time to wayside at the height of her triumphs, I disperse a group of urchins attacking is conceded by critics to be one of i Leon and his playmate, Minnie Gins- the finest dramatic achievements j berg. The latter two arc resisting ever recorded in motion pictures. i the efforts of their attackers to take Among tlie hundreds of brillbint away from them a dead cat, which saw Farmer Brown's boy climb down enough av.-ay to run, and then Granny grinned broadly as he took to his heels. She had run from him so many times that it tickled her to see him run from one else. As soon as he was out of sight Gran- ny stole around the windfall and very hrillfnnt from she scenes in the play, that of the mighty j they found in a neighboring ash can. 'Metropolitan Opera House stands out Mr. Kantor leads his son away to above all. The magnificence of this I the toy shop. Leon promptly loses his heart to a violin, which is marked ?4. Abraham had counted on spending only a dollar. But Leon will accept nothing hut the fiddle and so loud become his cries when his father will from the tree. She watched him steal away ever so softly until ho was far scene is mdescrihaule, huutfeds of extras appearing in it. In accompaniment to the play, which will receive an elaborate show- ins at the Colonial today and tomor- row, an augmented symphony orches- tra will play the magnificent operatic score, organ solos will be played by J. Whittak'er. and a company of eolo- oi the entrance to Mrs. Dear's bed-1 softly crept close to it on the side op room under the great windfall. Grar.-, posite to where Mrs. Bear had enter- j ists will sing the special vocal solos BV Pox saw Mrs. Bear look over at 1 ed. With her black ears cocked for-1 during the screening, tim, then start to climb down from ward Granny listened for a lev min- tao tree la which, was Farmer Brown's boy. "Queer Very queer. Very" queer, in-j understanding. iff A" muttered Old Granny Fox to "I thought as much." said she. herself. "It looks as if she is coming "What did you asked Red- down to drive Old Man Coyote away.: dy. who had joined her. NOT, why should sho care for Old "That under that wimltail Mrs. Bear Man Coyote? Can it be that she has a has a secret, and that secret is a very fine dinner hidden around here some-1 good reason why this neighborhood is where and is afraid he will steal a place for wise people to keep away She watched Old Man Coyote'disap-'j from for a replied Granny Fox. "Once to Every "Woman" is .withoiil utes. Then just as softly she stole! question one of the finest of the away aud on her face was a look of 1 year's dramatic: pictures and should be seen by all who can really appre- ciate .a work of art. _ mwm SALT for Indigestion SUFFERED ALL A WOMAN COULD Mejrer Finally Found Relief and Health in Lydia Einkham'i Vegetable Compound o( America's entrance into war Tho excited iiiMiuxur ot the (liwttnt otferK I-non an uuitanvmvnt or fifty nlchls at Si.OaO a iwrlotiimiu--'. Uut shown him his eulislmout Ho is a soldier now. A SORE MOUTH Or Pyorrhea Quickly Relieved By "ABSORBINE JR." Are your gums tore and tender? Do they itntrt ur bleed when you brush them? Are they from the When your jtiims get m this condition, they need some- thing to kill all germs in the to change the ipongy, bleeding llesh into firm, healthy tissue. As one Dentist "ABSORB- ING JR." has a future for Uentlsti in the treatment of Pyorrhea." Used in diluted form, "ABSORB- ING JR." makes a mouth wash that destroys heals tlie gums, pre- vents decay. Clean and refreshing in taste and being a vegetable {erinicide, is absolutely lafa. a bottle; at most druggist! Of tent pottpaid by W. F. YoUMO, INC., Lyman Building; Montreal. HUNGRY BUT DAREN'T EAT Ttke Diapepsin" cit favorite food! without fear Your meals hit back! Your stomach sour, acid, yasyy and you feel bloat- after eating or you have- heavy lumua of Indigestion pain or head- ache, but never mind. Here is iu. slant relief. Don't stay upset! Kat a tablet of Tape's Diapopslu and immediately tho Indigestion, gases, acidity and all stomach distress caused acidity ends. Pape's Diapopsln tablets tho stomach relievers in the world. They cost very lltUa at drug stores. Dr. Chases pear and Mrs. Bear rush around the end of the great windfall. She heard Mrs. Bear's ugly growls. She watched Mrs. Bear walk 'hacS and forth In i Bear's (Copyright by T. W. 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The science o? flirtation with its sharps and fliits, ita lifting of left eyebrows, its cny glances, its demure shrinking and sideways glances, is all miich portrayed to the very limit ihe theme at last on the screen. Vitagraph is issuing a film that frankly tears trays iwo entirely different types of men, the hero and the other a scheming ami villainous crook, and he puts them both over to perfection. A delightful love romance adds to tan interest OL the story, fit r.'jonm is tho principal fig- ure in support of the ment. Templeton's Rheumatic Capsules TI7.VS brought trood health to haH-a Bullerera. A healthful, mnr.ey-tavlng remedy, kr.own fur pri> scril'e I ty doctors, by drug- a Aslc our or v.-rite for a trial package. Temp'.ctons, 142 King W., Toronto Local DRUG CO Orsnee, Cal "I always feel very fratef ul to you, as some twenty years three doctors I said I had to have laaetious opera- Ition. I baa a tu- Imor, and ulcer> I which would gatb- ler and break. I displacement Iso badly that I could hardly sit Idown at timea, land it seemed aa if II Duitered every- _ 1 thing that a wo- man could suffer. Then some one advised me to take Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, and I took it until I was well and saved from the operation. I have told wo- men of your wonderful medicine tirnea without number, and I ing that you should use these facts anil my name if you like. I also used your Compound during the Change, and I can do all my own work but the heavy part, and can walk miles everyday as help my husband in the office. "-Mrs. 112 South Orange St.. Orange, California. A great many .women who suffered like this been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. PARAMOUNT'S GREATEST PRODUCTION George Melford's PttODuCTiOM "KefiolcL Coining to the COLONIAL Next Week THREE DAYS, STARTING TOMORROW MAJESTIC-NEXT FRIDAY, APRIL 1 One Night 8.30 Sharp. ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS' ASSOCIATION AND LADIES' AUXILIARY, A. N. VETS. WILL BE HELD IN THE MOOSE HALL AT 3.00 P.M. for the purpose of considering.what steps shall be taken to erect a suitable memorial to those who have fallen in defense of the Empire. All members and members are requested to attend. 'NOBODY'S FOOL" AT MAJESTIC FRIDAY Among last spring's try-outs in the i way of now productions, none has proved more fascinating and success- ful thau "Nobody's tho1 new comedy by Alan the celebrated dramatic critic, ivhk-h he wrote ex- jire.ssly for Augustus Pitou, Inc., for the latter's channinpr and versnt star, May Robson, aiul u-riich will he1 the attraction at the on Fn day evening. .Vnril 1, for an engage ment of nne night only. Miss Robr.on's management has fn the past several years presented her f-a'jh scroll in a play, ijct thn have boPii t'rojn sornn bouk sii'i has been Klei with those big money-makers. "The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary "The .Making Over "of lira. Only "Bayer" is Genuine LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION MEETING OF ALL MEMBERS AD THEIR WIVES WILL BE HELD IN UNITED CHURCH HALL 13TH STREET NORTH ON THURSDAY, MARCH 31ST AT 7.10 P.M. A. J. IK'GRAM, 217 13th St N. I Naming! no diancea with i substitutes for genuine "Buyer Tab- of Aspirin.'" Vnlnss you aec tho "Haypr" on or OH tab- i lets you :iro not j-pttinir Aspirin at all. In every Uayor are di- for Coldsvl-Ieadaciiu. Neursil- fiia, JtliRtimatism, Kiirnclif, Toothache, l.umbfiKn mid for Pain. Handy tin bnxis of twclvo cost fow cunts. Dniggi.sts also Jarger pack- ages. Mado in Ciinada. AH pi r in is the trade! mark frcRifilcrcd in Can- of liayer Manufactur's Mono- of Kulicylieaciil, VER.A GOaDON in Cosmapditen 7Sc. SEATS NOW ON SALE AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH'S. An absolutely guaranteed at- traction. AS PRICES. GOOD COMEDIES. THURSDAY WILL, ROGERS in "HONEST HUTCH" Clothed for a wedding which she feels will never occur, Beatrice strug< gles with herself against a love that must be crushed by vengeance. The memory of her mother demanded the sacrifice and Beatrice felt duty bound to exact It; but she could not kilt love. This is a tense moment in "The Vengeance of Durand." LET'SGOtotheMAJESTICTHEATRE Tues. and Wed Evenings, April 5 6 THE LAUGHING EVENT OF THE SEASON Oliver J. Eckhardt AND HIS OWN COMPANY, PRESENT "The Naughty Bride" A Three-act Comedy Farce. The sliow that kept New York laughing for two years. Cast includes LETTA the American beauty, as "Tho OLIVER J. ECKHARDT, aa GERTRUDE WALSH, Lulu Nethway, Len Townaon and Jamos Jourdin. lIlKh-clasa vaudeville acta and musical numbers. 75c, 50c. NGS--" HUMORESQUE AY ONLY 'BASED ON FANNIE HURST'S GREAT STORY. THE GREATEST MOTHER-LOVE STORY EVER PRODUCED. IT CANNOT BE COMPARED ;