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.. THE DAILY HERALD OF UTAH COUNTY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1921 BENEFIT BASEBALL TEAM THE DAILY HERALD A dance wi'.l be giren tonight In the anr.ory fir the. benefit of the Provo base ball team. Wilde's orchestra m ill EVERY WilEK-DAj f .r:i.'h the music. All baseball p!ay-- J E. C. R'.Jger, Editor and rubiiohec. i er aii'i i&eir Dinners are rej!iesiea J A. Owens. Advertising Manager. Harry Butter, Circulation Manager. , , b ,.r,;it, aDd , cordial mutation Irtermounuln Advertising Representative. Leo L. Lrio, Seat B'.dg, Salt Lake ia extended to ereryone. I'jLlili-- j by The Herald Company. AKTKRXOG.V EXCEPT 3 ATI" R DA V. i J j Entered as necond class mail matter Jane th. under tb aft of March Z. 179. 4. Terms of Subscription: IIiveTd by carrier, lUh county, $3 a year; outside the connty. $ 30 from t ' 1911, at the potnffice. i MRS SCHEMENSKY LAID TO REST j Impressive funeral services were cents a month; by mall ; held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock j in the Timpanogos ward for Mrs. In a year. i Pauline Schementky. The opening prayer was offered by Caarles B. Terry and the benediction waft nffereri h v Jntunh F! Rrinrh The ladies' chorus of the Tlmpano-go- s HOW LONG IS LIFE HERE? ward rendered two selections, We Meet" and "Sometime We'll Since I860 eleven years have been added to the average life "Shall Understand." John Shepard rendered of the people of New York City. So says Dr. Copeland, New two solo. "O My Father" and "My Over 2000 Circulation Father York's commissioner of health. Think of it! A gain of eleven Eleven more years to live and better, hapyears in too. pier years, Thinking of that, we wonder how many years have been added to the average life in this community of ours? There has been a great gain, of course. And the gain is in proportion to improved sanitation. Sanitation plumbing, if you please is the foundation of lengthened years and healthful happy living. To live long, keep young and- - get the most out of life a community must be well plumbed. This is a fact that has been proved a million times. In that delightful booklet, "The Story of the Bath," are these words: "We ought to live to be a hundred, and we will when we know how, to live." That is as true as gospel. When our community is 100 per cent sanitary when there is a bathroom in every home, and all the family use it regularly old age, sickness and death will not be in a hurry to tag us. fifty-seve- tion of cement concrete curt) and gutter with the necessary corered waterway nnder sidewalk pavement, fcoi futten. private driveways from gutter to sidewalk parement, irrigation diversion gates with box culverts from curb to property line. In RESOLUTIONS A OP CONDOLENCE. uu M KO OO OF Cl.Ttf OLS CF Etta ffllO A Saturday evening Irvine's, Provo's and Utah's greatest sale comes to an end just three more days, and the results must be decisive, no circumstances allowed to interfere with any possibility of making these the most remarkable bargain days of this sale no price will be spared if a further reduction is advisable We simply have too much merchandise we are out to make a record and raise money we are bound to win if high-graDry Goods, Coats, Suits, Dresses, 31ouses, Underwear, Hosiery, Shoes, etc, conspicuously superior values and notable lower prices will be appreciated. Irvine's merchandise is dependable! People also know that we deal in facts, as well as quality merchandise, so when we tell you we are willing to stake our reputation that this is the greatest sale ever inaugurated in Utah, you may go as far as your imagination will carry, then come to the last days of this great sale expecting real bargains, and we promise you that you will not be disappointed. de . Three Wonderful Specials for the Last Three Days WATCH FOR OUR KTVZS THURSDAY, APRIL 27th APRIL CTTT-- ST We will sell 10-- 4 Pequot Sheeting, SPECIALS SPECIALS the best sheeting made. EXTRA SPECIAL for Thursday only, yard feet wide and 4 concrete sidewalk Inches thick on both sides of said University avenue between Eighth North street and the north limits of Provo City in said curb and gutter district ;also for furnishing approximately 1,000 pounds of lawn grass seed and approximately 200 trees (said lawn grass seed and trees to be planted is the said district by Provo City); according to plans and specifications prepared by the city engineer and approved by the board of commissioners of Provo City, Utah, will be received by the city recorder at his office in the courthouse at Provo City, Utah, until 10 o'clock a. m.. May 4, 1922. at which time the board of commissioners will open all bids. to bidders, Copies of instructions specifications, and form for contract and bond, together with plan.s and profiles, may be obtained at the office of the city engineer upon deposit of Five Dollars ($5.00). The board of commissioners of Provo City, Utah, reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to accept any bid it may deem best By order of the board of commissioners of Provo City, Utah. Dated April 12, 1922. FRED EVANS, City Recorder. (First publication April 12, last CQ vuG ALSO FOR OTHER BUSTER BROWN Pure Thread Silk in Blacks, Browns and Popular Polo Shades $1.00 Per Pair Company North University Avenue 29th one big lot of Women's SATURDAY, DATS PAPER FOR FESATSdG WeriSieB BIG Beautiful ga&pocted Handkerchiefs ; many of these i imikeruluefg are worth twice our regular price. SATURDAY ONLY HALF PRICE SATURDAY-CO- ME EVERY DAY 4 Thursday and Friday SO UuflVUW I'll 1UT OS BOS! was Whereas. Through the mercy of God. our Eternal Father, our respected friend and fellow workman, Willis E. Suerry has been called from this sphere of action, we the member of Provo lodge No. 1515, T. A. of M., sincerely sympathise with Mrs. S perry and family In the loss of her beloved husband and father. May they realise that there are no sorrows on earth that heaven cannot heal. We recommend that a copy of these resolutions be ent to Mrs. S perry and Zinnunt, B. H. Reddlngton. committee, a copy be put upon the minutes of this lodge. R. C. Stanley, O. W. Mann. Frank Lennet. B. H. Riddington, committee. Third basemen Farmer, Johnson. for Mills Knows. made a few remarks. The grae at CHy cemetery dedicated by EL V. Peck. Hosiery Special Jenkins Knitting Ever Inaugurated by Any Store in Provo or Utah peakers were W. p. Clayton, F. T. Carter. Joshua La It a and Mrs. Latta. Bishop James A. LoYeless cluding grading and earthwork; also grading, leveling and preparing seed bed for the planting of lawn grass and trees between curb and property line in Curb and Gutter district No. 5, being on both sides of University avenue between Second North street and the north limlta of Provo City; also for the construction of cement TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals for the construc- Uililglllg f The n. NOTICE and Saturday Thursday, Friday THE broadest, the most Rrinrrinir Plnen a l(J a MUbG DRASTIC and DARING SALE READ OTHER BIG SPECIALS BELOW FOR THURSDAY ONLY. Big size Turkish Towels, Big lot wide, linen finish One big lot Women's Fine on sale Thursday Ouny Laces on sale for Ribbed Cumfy-cu- t Vests, 33C An Thursday only, on only, 5 FOR Thursday IUC yard only, at each........ 2S?5 J m' Lit One big lot Fancy Ribbons, Up to 7 inches wide, extra special for Thursday OjC only, yard ' ONLY 7 lx THURSDAY. 90 good quality M flf Bed Sheets, 2 for I iUU Middies One big lot Women's Bras- sieres, extra good, on sale Thursday only, f)n Z9C each nn. ?T,Vm S.?!' LaA? J"V Ifo Beautiful Silkolines, 36 inches wide, big range of colors and patterns, on sale Thursday at, Jj One big lot of Women's and Girls' Middies, of fine material, values up to $4.00, to unload at, each 98c We are not going to carry one pair of Wool or Cotton Blankets over until next winter if prices will move them out. Positively every one sacrificed cost has been forgotten. Here is your real on Blankets that will cost you more than double next fall. Come and save. Bl M'YFTC CrPQIFIPFu chance t0 s Many D LA. t ALIO OAuAllluLU other big bargains in store for you the next three days at this Monster Unloading Sale. See prices m our windows. i COME THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY and you will get the biggest bargains yon ever were offered. Mll'n lUIIUil PflTTflY IR VINE'S UNLOADING PJ,7 pub-"atio- n May 3. 1922.) THE HERALD'S THEATRICAL PAGE would be one who would dominate REFUSES TO MARRY ! - had worshiped and Stillwater in every thing since childhood and many times had pleaded with her to marry him. The girl was fond of him as a companion, and friend, but could not feel about him as he did about her. She felt that the man to make her happy Glen Masters tibeved Indiana i Math is and disected by Ray C. Small-- ' ing this storm that wood. Rudolph J. Bargquist was, learned something the Europeans that surprised popular belief sand severe enough to For several davs the desert witaout wife, she made him promise never to permit her to behave in a foolish fashion. As Thurston"s wife, she put his promise to a harder test than he had ever looked forward to, but he kept it. In the end Indiana told him: "I knew you would keep your promise. but 1 didn't think you would keep it so hard." The situation arises in "Her Lord and Master," an Intensely interesting comedy drama by Martha Morton, as an Alice Joyce Vitagraph production. It will be shown at the Princess theater tonight and her Thurston's and never yield to her foolish whims. Glen loved her faults because they were hers. She would never eliminate them as hi wife. The RL. Hon. Thurston Ralph, Viscount Canning, had an altogether dif-ferent Impression upon Indiana. Here was a man. she decided, who could he depended upon to risk angering her for her own good, and would discourage foolish conduct instead of humoring her. In agreeing to become ' photographer; Xatacha Rambova, art them. Contrary to director and Joseph Calder, tehnical storms are never bury people alive. director. the players roamed water. "We were traveling along at an easy gait." aid Emmy Lynn, the heroTHE FOUR SEASONS ine. in aescnomg the storm, "wnen e .suddenly it grew dark, the sun was . , "The Four Seasons" which comes hidden by a cloud of saad and looked ale There was a ?" to the Strand theater for Friday and ?9 haze on the horizon, a gust of wind most U the magnificent 50 hot jt migbt nave come from g" Saturday spectacle of nature that has ever been furnace, blew against our faces. We produced. It was directed in its en- - threw ourselves on the ground face down acd wrappea our heads with tirety by Raymond L. Ditmars, curator our cloaks. The camels kneeled down of the New York Zoological Society, and poked their noses in the ground and edited under the personal direc- and waited. The wind was so hot of tion of Charles Urban. President BETTER THAN BEAUTY that u driAd up the water we were the Kinto Company of Amsrics, the carrying in our water skins. pruducing company. "When the storm had passed we "The Four seasons" 13 cne of the were half buried in the sand and felt Naziniora the inmitable Russian cddeM. as woli as one Of the most hot and uncomfortable fW stin tar whose modern versions of beautiful feature productions ever v(.rv ;,,." ,;rj. aP(j burning, -Camille" is being ehown at tie Str- made. The entire cast is supplied by goon we became very thirsty and and theater, as a Me'.-- release .djes Nature; also the settings. ect about locking for water. After ' The woods, the trees, the sky, the traveling for hours we saw something that beauty is the nio; t not marshes these and many more sup- - .sat lacked like a beautiful lake. How a i even motion for attribute, important P'y n stings; the storms, the rain- aad cool it appeared! I shall of never forget if It seemed as t'kt'jre actress. ;bows and all other expres-km- s though ' If girK and particular':? those Nature furnish what might be called s city must be c!o-- e by. for there as as piccareers as motion the "effects" and far the nctors were"templs and domes and trees e eomtenip'.ating ture aotrses." ?as Naziniova. "would conserr.ed, these are furnlfhed by footed in the lake, les atention to perfection of the animals. It is distinctly a picture -- L'ven our camels quickened th?ir and more to the if Nature; human beines hr.vo little u:iCf and stretched out their necks. outward cultivation of mental harmony. I am in it except to supply the direction. Eut it was not water and afterwards sure thry would find the results Of course, this i an important part we wondered that the camels should 'and the men who have done this work vave been ti.ken in. gratifying. -"You can be whatever you want to know the particular business of put- When we get up to it we found h. for your mind is everything. Only ting Nature s story in motiou pictures but sand. The fine temples, think and f?el ar.d imagine and have probably better than any on? tlse in the trees and the lake had vanished confidence in yourself, Sume day, if the world. T.iey an? Mr. end Mr. Dit- werP fooled by a mirage, a r?flec-marMr. Vrban is largly known as t: m or rather the glowing" of the sun, you do this, you will find yourself in of the gift of interpreting a motion picture man and Mr. Ditmars u; cn the sand." posses-io- n a world of moods and feelings. You i ius.ri nnuii a a scieuusi una in t :iylV al:,r wandering about for a wi'l have become an atr?s. expert in animals, but it happens thi thev were joined bv Hnry- "lo not worry aboiit lack of beauty, each of these men an? thoroughly ac- Rcussell. their director, and a cara-i Just keep your mind young ar.d flexi-- ' uintfd with e.ach other's Hold and Tsa. The caravan was camped at a b!e and the face will follow the lead. they have made an ideal combination rictur'iuasis which furn:-he- s the 'It i in the power of any woman or m producing and d:::c "The Four rarksnusc" tor mu:h of the action of ine picture is in tour reels "The gieis's Wife." ei'i to niak herself the masterpiece frasor.s HoJkia-soand it is rvleased by '.V. ' i : -- r drt anis. as an Crbaii Popular Ciastic. T ie human face and body comprise KIWAMS CLUB DANCE. an instrument that conceals as well as The Proo Kiwanis clu!) will give a revaN the s.mi. ar.d it is the soul dance toniiihl at the Ladies' eymna-s- i th.it patrons are enK-- r to com- tu in honor of the Sprir.gvi.ie and - In :id. i THE WIFE is SHEIK'S iMere beauty of the face and their Spanish Fork Kiwanun not enough if the epresiveness that orThe Mayhew-Robinsopartners . i" in s from chestra will furnish the music and development of one's j The players in making ?c-for be srvei. will ration is lacking. All "! .e Sheik's Wife." which will be Kiwanians ard their partner are reI f..!iow this rule myself and faith- -' fully. I believe it lies in the power of shown at the Columbia theater on quested to be in attendance. Invitaothers. Many could reach there de- Trursday and Friday, hud manv ex tions have been issued to four tiun- sires If the emphasis they put on their citing adrenture. The production was dred lace and form, and the time they filmed in the Arabian desert. On one occasion the members of the Sw nitrate beds. 11 fe- -t be'ow the spent in beautifying themselves, were transferred to the realms of the mind, company became separafd from tne surface and containing 20 to 40 per A cent of nitrste. have been discovered lievelop yourself by thinking and im-- , Arabs with which they traveled. sand storm arose and obliterated the in Chile. The deposit covers a dN- agination." was adapted by June tracks across the desert. It was dir-- trict of 2,(HX square k::ometera. "Camille" j j - "Place to S Go- - Q The Only Properly Ventilated Theater in Provo. TONIGHT 7:30, 9:0 REGULAR PRICES IIIIIII " vis-'ual- I lOotuinlHaf Stage TONIGHT AND THURSDAY YOUTH and PASSIOiN NAZLMOVA and RUDOLPH ; -- frn VALENTINO in "CAMILLE" And Christy Comedy "NOTHIXG LIKE IT" re-ar- David Wark Griffith's Newest Picture of Love. Romance and Adventure. "The Love Flower" Also "WINNERS OF THE WEST" NO. 12 ik-ot- ' g i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 'THE FOUR SEASONS" The most remarkable nature subject ever put on the screen. To see it is to live a year in an hour. And MYRTLE REED'S Thrilling Storv "AT THE SIGN OF THE JACK O' LANTERN" ' THURSDAY Shows :J:13, 7:"0. AND FRIDAY ?:l. Regular Trices Artistic! Com pell ins! Absorb ing! O . ; n . The Sheik's W lie photodrama of primitive emotions filrr.oil in Arabia with thousands of natives riding on spirited needs. Love scenes enacted under the palm in summer camp. Interiors of tent harems. All the mystery and subtle lure of the East A in a gorgeous spectacle. s-U- U . r- ini-as- TONIGHT AND THURSDAY Time. 7:30. 9:15 ALICE JOYCE The favorite of the screen has a role entirely new to her, one that calls forth great ability. "HER LORD AND MASTER" The visualization of a famous play, which lends itself well to screen adaptation. A story that will please the whole family. A clean, wholesome bit of entertainment. Lue F. Vernon Who "Plavs the Pictures" at the Piano.