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, mnJm ml mm I IIOR DDE I The FOR RENT Two 286 190 for Ten- 1 Tirrcn i V KTr A -- j I DUSTIN FARNUM VIJ Angeles, Calif. U-- NrV ' MATINEE 2:15 WEDNESDAY WALLACE REID . M a j 1,7? J-- 7 80-2-- A , j :; W K George D. Baker's iSWi f - nt ta f m m a.. 4 T&V mm i m Z - Production & 'ft vviTtw I! . I ibUAIIIiUlinfcAWUill.MkllUI TUESDAY " I j ' .lilll TODAY AND "For several years I was in a rooms. in very nervous condition, and in the -c i ill i CHAMPION . WORLD'S "THE last year I almost became a nervFOR RENT Sroom modern bouse. ous wreck. I wai ail run down and furnished. 547 E. Center. Call so weak I was always catching cold LAST CHAPTER "WINNERS OF THE WEST" j-and suffering from catarrh of the walkce Reid m Lois Wilson And nose and head. felt chilly all the Ruamount Picture hsimfmdv WANTED TO RENT 4 or 5 rooms time no matter how warm the OF CHAPTER FIRST World's with bath. Sanders, Herald office weather. The pain in my back was Chanibiora' 0V Jjhfi "ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE" Box 3. rs J.9 so severe I thought I had kidney Wednes- Columbia At the trouble and it hurt me dreadfully to h day, with matinee at 2; 15, rOR RENT Furnished and house bend over. I was in a wretched I : !T keeping rooms; also typewriter. condition and had no rest day or "GOLDEN GALL0W8" u k. 4th N. . J-night. WILD SUPPER PARTY "But Tanlac built me up wonder1 "THE WORLDS CHAMPION" FOR RENT furnished fully. I am free from all my old Nicely Miss Du Pont leading woman of rooms. 456 N. 2nd E. troubles, and have gamed fourteen Anna Q. Nllsson, who enacts the "Foolish Wives" and a Universal pounds in weight. I never Intend When Wallace RelL Paramount FOR RENT modern apt, to miss a chance to tell people what role of Ember, the principal char- star ln her own right may be seen star agreed to do the title role of furnished; with garage. Inquire Tanlac did for me." acter in "Without Limit," George at the Princess theater tonight and "The World's Champion" from the Mrs. Westwood. 135 E. 2nd N. Taulac la sold by all good drug' D. Baker's production for picGolden in "The Gallows," successful Phone 457. Tuesday tures, a Metro release showing at gists. Advertisement. play by Thomas Louden the Strand theater tonight and the story of a woman who waa un and A. E. as his new star Thomas, FOR RENT Furnished rooms for Tuesday, finds the character of the lucky enough to laneait a million. ring vehicle, whiea will be shown 319 E. 1st N. an screen on the housekeeping. she portrays girl LOANED JUJ'FER It isn't usually considered a bad at the Columbia theater next Wed. J-- 3 ?hone enigmatic study in moods. nesday, he drew a large order, for "I first read the story in the Sat- thing to be an heir to a fortune. to a prizefight chamDion rOR RENT One furnished room. Ben Jumping Jones, late twlrler urday Evening Post," said Miss But for a girl to Inherit a vast sum and portray 272 East Center. 6 for the Timps, and who Jumped to Nllsson recently, "and was impress- of money from a man who is no in theto show the pugilist in action bout ln which he grabs the the Ogden Ounners when the league ed by the weird power of the tale. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, one salary tempted him, has been trans The character of Ember, which fas relation of hen and supposedly prize belt, is a stunt that cannot be fitted especially for ladles, with ferred to the Smlthfleld club, to cinated me from the story s begin means nothing in her young life is "faked" before th camera. kitchenette and bath adjoining; strenghten that outfit in the North ning, was baffling to me, when I another matter entirely. The public theAitnough Reid was no novice with gloves, having been for a long one room for gentlemen or ladles. era league. tried to gather her motives in au likes to talk about 1L IORN TO GOLD time a boxing enthusiast there m ere Pbone 306-Brigham and Ogden threatened she did from her first drunken sup- herWhen Willow W iters heard that nevertheless tricks for to him many clubman Leander Sills friend, to make a runawav race of It. with per party which resulted In her i by a former sweet master ,and toperfect his rote he Logan and Smithfield the always mad marriage to her final determi had been killed Few men distinguished on the was genuinely sorry for went through a daily course of danation to sell herself to the profli heart, she losing team. he had been kind to her after he ily training several weeks prior to motion picture screen have underOgden agreed to loan the Jumper gate Bunny Fish. the filming of the fight scenes. taken this line of artistic endeavor to Smithfield for two weeks, during Yet this very mystery in the found out he couldn't be anything the clever direction of Phi which time Smithfield is to try to girl's character constituted the else. And when ne learned he lipUnder Dustin Far E. scenes the Rosen, of "The better equipped than had left her a million or two, she land another pitcher. story's rar echarm for me. Ember was World's Champion" are most real num who is to open an engage and deeply ungreatful, surprised was at once, I realized, a most istic and the picture is declared to ment at the Columbia theater tousual type of girl whose destiny though it was too tate to express be highly diverting. J. E. Nash night and Tuesday in the Fox photo MARRY IF LONELY For results, was controlled her gratitude. by obscure impulses FOR SALE Thoroughbred fox terBut when the public learned of it, adapted the play to the screen and play "Iron to Gold." Hia stage me; best and most success- that had their spring in hereditary try Mr. Reid is supported by Lois Wil career began in his teens, with the rier puppies. Inquire 10 E. 1st ful "Home Maker'; hundreds rich influences far beyond the ken of the dear, dear yuDlic found the son Lionel Belmore. North. wish marriage soon; strictly confi- human perception, was an whole thing a choice morsel of gos- r., Helen Dunbar and Henry Miller. Ethel Tucker company. He played she other players. with Chauncey Olcott. He starred most reliable; years experWillow was a chorus com- dential; FOR SALE, CHEAP enigma even to herself, yet no less sip. Since Suca free. elevated "The star's ience; descriptions girl, by suddenly no the in all less and pitiful bination gas and coal stove. 190 cessful tragic Club," Mrs. Nash, Box 656, circumstances that surrounded her. sickness to leading parts, the mor 8. 5th W. . .. flavor of Oakland, Cal. ''So when I learned that the part sel had the appetizing ' of Ember would fall to me 1 was full grown scandal. FOR SALE Dining room table and "" Willow had intended to say yes .t..,)...,... l,f.,,,M,, J-sideboard, Phone 522-overjoyed. And yet, again J wa a question she expected from t6 I tor cona was too, awed little, ""V. ' 1 scious of the mystery In the girl's Peter Gailiner, handsome young FOR SALE- - -- Ford ton truck. Ph6n6 Boston old of an member family. nature and wished to understand 4 617-J- . her thoroughly in my screen por- But Peter's aristocratic blue blood boiled at an ungentelmanly heat at Coal trayal of the part FOR SALE range, with the news of Willow's inheritance, meant "This acquainted gettmg water coils, in good condition. with Ember, the strange girl who and his first words to her were Call 548-R- . got typsy at a wild supper party, just as biting and hitter as might be a minister's son who forged expected. He "blew up" quite married S FOR SALE brick, per a check and then through a long ! & Nelson Co. thousand. Penrod g j series of mishaps at last to sink Ii iii Phone to the lowest depth for any woman. "It was a novel experience. And GUS KALLIO WINS. CHICKENS bought, sold or traded. looking back I can see the succes 847 W. Center. Phone 699. :: sive steps whereby I came to know COKEVILLE, Wyo., June 5. Gus the girl I was to be on the silver Kallio, welterweight wrestler, FOR SALE 3 rooms of furniture, And I can honestly say that feated Mirl Christensen, the Coke-a-t lower apt. 154 E. Fourth North. the last I finally did come to Vine favorite, in a snappy wrestling know and to understand her every match here Thursday night. Kallio m action from her first love for an won the flrst tw0 faM8 wltt toe FOR 8ALE Team, harness and iii jl intoxicated youth to her last great holds, first in 28 minutes, second In ii wagon, or will trade for ton ii I truck. Call 760 E. 5th S. Phone redemption in the conclusion of the jg minutes. 343-Both men exhibited considerable Play." iii "Without Limit" was adapted to 8km ln the wre8tiing art, but the screen from Calvin Johnston's Kallio's brute strength gave him i feature short story in the Saturday victory. Christensen excelled in Evening Post, and personally direct- and fought the cleaner ed by George D. Baker. Besides battle. . SCENE FROM WITHOUT LIMIT com-Miss Nilsson, the supporting After the match Christensen 1 Ford Ton Truck, comRobert Fraier,'came forwari an(i challenged pany includes At the Strand tonight and Tuesday. Thomas W. Ross, Robert Schable, Kallj0 t0 wre8tie in a finish match pletely overhauled $300 Charles Lane and Frank Currier. m ten day8 ir toe hold be barred. WILL party who found keys of Dow aiKsaKKSKK 1 Ford Ton Truck, with M. P. Staulcup. Metro's art director, Kallin declined to accent the chal- Young at Timp park return same for the Interiors art the rewas too designed be to Hansen Catering Co., and iengej saying Christensen $350 body picture and Andre Barlatler photo dangerous a man to bar any tactics imbursed? 1 Ford Chassis it. $110 graphed of the game. Referee, Jack Hunxey. WANTED 500 old auto tires. Clay-so- n 1 Buick Touring ..,$350 Auto Tire Co., 213 V. Center. FOR RENT Housekeeping 115 E. 3rd N. Phone 500-J- . ll I ) . Also SUNSHINE COMEDY, "THE HAYSEED- - . Is ? j! III jJlililUMIi!lliij.-.- I I J-- 6 ) ( j "IRONTOGOLDw ever tried," said Mrs. iMary P. E. 5th Hartley, 209 S. Bunker Hill, Los furnished apts., partly modern. South. can't My enough J 9 iae"I Justso it's far above any medicine tit" o at tos mow mfiim' A .. Only Properly Ventilated Theater in Provo" Trxf I Los Angeles Resident Gained Fourteen Pounds and Feels Like a Brand New Person. NIC ROOMS for gentlemen. N. 3rd E. . , J ... ... 9 - j i J-- 6 There is in the story of "Without Limit" the gold of real romance along with the false-golthe tinsel of passion. It is an unusual story, a big story: one that you will . veals. i 0 COMING SOON TURN TO THE RIGHT -- FROM W11H0UT iCtrfZ J-- fovSde r 1 want to see if you realize the sort of drama it re- OS J-- 5 M d, S-- 638-W- K tit LIMIT in "The Virginian," "The Squaw LOST G&eck for S2.50. Rewi Return to Herald office. Man," "The Ranger," 'Cameo Klr-by- " and "The Lieelest Rebel." FOR SALE Ladies' bicycle, ffl His screen career has Included . 6Z4-.. film versions of several of the above, and "The Scarlet Pimpar-nell,- " "The Spy," ''Durand ot the Ohio man was fined (100 for Bad Lands." "North of 53," "Thu ting a dentist, but It may have b Primal Law" and "The Devil With worth more than that in," J. . 1IUU ., J-- 7 6 AT . , I , P J-- 3 Sun-drie- 11 v- d W5 782-J-- l. ssCS T J-- 9 Mifcelkneou) (3 . 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WANTED IqiUbr: J-- 5 WATCH YOUR STEP The Mistake of buying your Ford car of anyone but your Ford dealer, whether it be new or used, BECAUSE the dealer is interested in the great success of this, the Universal car. i and picot edge HEMSTITCHING work will give a smart finish to vmir Fourth of July dress. Bring in your work early. We guarantee satisfaction. We also make buttonPrices reasonable. Phone hrtio 399 for instructions how to prepare the work. Singer sewing Company, 97 N. University Notice is herby given that Isaac Binns, bankrupt, has filed his peti this Provo citizen You can verify Provo endorse- - tion, dated March 22, 1922, praying for a discharge from an his debts in meat. Read this: bankruptcy, and that all creditors W. R. Pearv 612 W. Fifth North and other persons are ordered to St., Provo says: "Some time ago attend at the hearmg on said petiStates di I beean to suffer with kidney trou-- tion before the UMt hie. The kidnev secretions were trict Judge, in the United States too frequent in passage and highly court room in the Federal building, colored. My back began to ache and in the City of Salt Lake, Utah, on before long I was past going. I the 7th day of July 1922, at 10 could hardly bend over to put on o'clock in the forenoon and then my Bhoes and when I did stoop, 1 and there show cause if any they could hardly straighten again. I have, why the prayer of said should not be granted; and found I was afflicted with attend the examination of the bago. The first box of Doan's ney Pills helped me and after using bankrupt thereon. Salt Lake City, Utah. June 2 1922. two boxes I was cured." Jerrold R. Letcher. Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't i Referee in Bankruptcy. simply ask for a kidney remedy i get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Peary had. Foster-MilburNOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING Co.. Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. OF OF THE STOCKHOLDERS .jicnmei a. . LOST Memorandum book contain Ke ing check for 860. Reward. turn to 145 N. 2nd E. COST Dark; Jersey131-J-bull, 2 years or notify old fall 466 or Reed osrong. ISO E. 5th f. Provo. ., J-- The Best for Less. Buy a FCilD and Spend the Difference. Mrson Ford IBEX GOLD MINING COMPANY. Notice is hereby given that a TIME OF TRAINING special meeting of the stockholders Applications of young men to take of the Ibex Gold Mining company the course at the citizens' training will be held at the office of the camp to be conducted at Fort Doug- .'company. Room 11, Knight. Block, las July 27 to August 27, will be Provo, Utah, on the 28th day of received as late as June 30, accor June, 1922, at the hour of 11 o'clock ding to information received today. a. m., for the purix.se of considerThe final date for filling applica ing and voting upon the action of tions was originally set for May 31, the board of directors In granting the eoctension being granter to ac-- . a lease and option to purchase on commodate Dersonswho. have not i all oi the company's property for previously heard of the plans of the the sum of $75,000.00; and to take formal action by the stockholders camp. There have been 4000 applications on approval or disapproval of the to date from different sections of proposed grant of said lease and Utah. Idaho. Nevada and Montana. option and the transfer and convey The camn will be eauipped with ance of all real estate and personal 1000 aDDlicants. property of the Ibex Gold Mining and to consider and act at company; be obtamea may Applicant connecDaily Jitrald office, (Provo;, upon such other matters in tion therewith as may properly Uiah. come bu'ore the meeting. Ivu 01A Aw n for 1094! AUTO WHEEL AND DANIELS of the board of directors. order wheel By of All kinds CHOP BODY K. E. ALidM, "d body t. tjtlding and repairing. Secretary. . ck and bu ijodk. Satisfaction (First publication June 5; last N. 5U W uaranteea. Al-t- f 1 IIa We Highly Recommend CLEANLINESS Z publication June 27, 1922.) WpWJj i 1 OF SURFACE IMPROVED APPEARANCE OF HOME When you stop deterioration you stop waste; when you stop waste you increase your savings, and more paving means in- creased earnings. Bennett's Paints are the best that science can make. 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