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THE HERALD, MONDAY, MAY 22, IVZL OIMNTERES.T. TO THE DAILY HERALD ' - ',' EVERY . PifollBhe WEEK-DA- MISSIONARY by The Herald Company. AFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAY. ; I ! tor . What We Say to Our In the eyes of tbe public, YOU are the company. Treat cur cuBtomerj as of Shakespearian club of Heber at her home. 190 Fast Fifth South. Saturday afternoon at 2:30. All members are requested to be present. hotess to the member you yourfelf like to be treated. Courtesy avail much anl ts little. It is the most valuable asset you posses. m HAPPY co. loye. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR WILL HAYS. Dispute with customers is Soon will come the "Peggy Hopkins Joyce" reaction. bad business. Assume, always, that the customer Is The motion picture star will reach our shores, and then will right in hi or her complaint follow the new burst of press agent junk doubtless to the untij the facts prove otherIf investigation shows wise. love effect that these stories of men committing suicide for no ground for Just complaint, of the "bewitching" screen star are all nonsense and untrue. make the cae so clear that you will preserve his or her The public must be caught coming and going, and every friendship. twist and turn of opportunity capitalized by the publicity Remember that the comfactories. reputation is in your pany's seekers It is amazing, however, how soon these cheap hands. find the shells when public into crawl their )f publicity they resentful of their advertised exploits. The Motion Picture Owners, association has barred Peggy Joyce pictures from the screen in the interest of wholesome entertainment Hence the panic. The free advertising worked, was a source of gratification undoubtedly up to the time this blow fell, but as soon as the financial bump became known and the radio quickly spreads the word these days indignant denials of suicide stories began to fly through the ether, and seem-in- g dignity took the place of complacent satisfaction. Thus there is presented to Will Hays a striking lesson which, if heeded, will lead to a complete reform in motion picture press agent work. The great industry has been strangled by it$ press agents almost to the point of death. They have run riot for years, and seemingly they are still at the same old tricks. Protest has been made time and again to the motion picture producers, but all suggestion has fallen on deaf ears. If a few more films that depend upon notoriety for suc- (t$ LOWS cess are barred from the screen, and the manufacturers face a few millions of dollars loss, perhaps they will then wake up 0niiMitjMqk.9s. to the fact that their spectacular press agents are an expenHERE TODAY BEGIN sive luxury. Seemingly, nothing but an assault on the Youth, beauty, social position and lovethese were not sufflolent to pocketbook will affect them. hold the affection of her husband, Utah Valley Gas & Coke Company warn a man cursed with aa appetite for cheap fllrta- Ions and expensive liquor. The J eclaion to leave him came when his wife, LUCINDA, after tolerating numerous escapades and receiving his romtse to reform, discovered him fntoxlcated and dancing with a in a Broad- .woman of way cabaret On the eve of her departure, renews a friendship with FANNY LONTAINB. and learns that her husband, HARRY LONTAINE. Is thinking of comforming a motion picture With them, pany in California. York studios she visits the New of Alma Daley, motion picture keen interest In queen, and takes screen life. Then comes her break with Bellamy and her sudden defor Chicago. parture Bel follows her and trlea to stop Stock tiic Pantry Shelves This her hotel to beard her as she leaves a train for Reno. NATIONAL CANNED WEEK every home is foods buying canned nearly every home has been buying 1888. since FIEHCE8 Is FOODS PIERCE' PORK unexcelled. carefully selected in took Ing ia free for minerals make AND BEANS The beans are the water UBed from minerals skins tough. In are baked modern oven They whore high heat Is awlied for hours, which makes the beans . easily digested. They are baked riKht in the sealed container to , keep the flavor In. You will find every bean in PIERCE'S can mellow, mealy and whole, with an unusual tenderness. are Hi! IT" Leadh GROCERS UUCf XM.i SAVE MONEY BUY FOR CASH SAMUEL KOPP Lowest Prices, Phone WEEK ENDING MAY 27, 1922. 10 lbs. Sugar 7Cf 460 West Center. 4-1- 65c 98c 10 lbs. Good Rice 10 lbs. Pinkeye Beans 4-- lb bag Pancake Flour 2Uc 55 2 $1.0ti 3 dozen Strictly Fresh Eggs 3 lbs. New Potatoes Old Potatoes, per lb. 2C ; per bushel 3 lbs. Sweet Potatoes Salt Bacon, per lb Breakfast Bacon, per lb Picnic Ham, per lb 90c bottle Forbidden Grape Syrup 60c bottle Forbidden Grape Syrup 3 pkgs. Tecco Pancake Flour 6 pKgs. .xceio tane riour 3 pkgs. Corn Puffs 3 pkgs. Ice Cream Powder 3 pkgs. Argo Com Starch 12 oz class Peanut Butter 2 larze okirs. Golden Rod Washing Powder 10 bars No. 999 Toilet Soap, big value 10 bars White Laundry Soap ; . 15C 15? OO ON WITH THE STORY Somebody came between them. Btartled. she Identified the strange young man of the (oyer. "Can I be of servicer he auggent- ed in an amused drawl. Instinctively she gasped "No, At the same time Bel please tried to shoulder the other roughly out of his way; the gratuitous cham pion stood firm, merely counseling, r Easy, old thing, easyr men tsei lost his head. Luclnda heard hint damning the other. There was a Blight scuffle, in which the two, locked in each other's arma, reeled to one side. The bellboy was shout ma m now s your Ing "Now, She stumbled Into the ciiance!" taxi. Holding the door the, boy de manded: "Where to, ma'm where to?" She gasped: "Anywhere only tell him, hurry!". The door crashed, gears meshed with a grinding screech, the cab leaped forward with such spirit that Luclnda was thrown heavily against the back of the seat. When she recovered, the vehicle was turning a corner. Through its wl.idow she caught a glampse of the sidewalk beneath the canopy of the Blackstone. Just a bare glimpse of two figures struggling, with several ".hers running toward them. Then the corner blocked out the scene. Ask your arocer to send you a case i f PIEKCKS. TOMSTft ds to to 2u 22c 35c MC -- 40 20 25c 25? 25 nt Zo 45c 45c 45C XIV I k S she was pouring herself a sec-j- f ond cup of coffee In the Pullman dining car the following morning the vacant Jialr at her table was drawn out ind an amiable, amused voice asked: "Do you mind my sitting here, Mrs. DruceT" Luclnda Jumped In consternation. The speaker bowed with an Ingratiating smile; her unsought champion of the night before! . . . "I'm surprised, too," be confessed "pleasantly, if you don't mind my saying so. And yet the dear public coincicontinually kicks about dences!" Luclnda found her tongue but found It Incompetent to frame any but the most formal phrases. "I have a great deal to thank you "Please don't think of It that way. 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That after-nooat the Culp studios had been fascinating; how much more so would It be to live for a time In a city that was, at least as Lontalne limned it, one vast open-aistudio, to be associated with people who were actually doing something with their Uvea! "But you haven't told me," she complained, "about those tests How did I look?" "You were adorable, everybody simply raved about you!" "Fact, Mrs. Druce. You outclassed even Alma Daley in that Palm Room scene. No, but seriously: It was you first. Miss Daley second Fanny a good third, the field nowhere " "Well, it's hard to believe, but U you mean It, the Culpa and their cameraman would seem to have n r If head to working and the $10. i HE ji Round Steak, Rump Roasts, lb Prime Rib Roasts, PROCTER SCHOOL Heel Boil, lb Beginning MONDAY, JUNE Rib Boil, lb 5 Brisket Boil, lb Registration at 10 o'clock A. M. To make sure of a place you will have to Suet, lb. been right." "Right about what?" Lontalne earnestly wanted to know. "Why, they were so sure I would well, as they put It, Mi Cu'.p made me an offer, as we wert leaving, to a,t with bis wife in he: next picture." Lontalne's eyes widened into a luminous blue stare; and abruptly, as If to hide the thought behind them, ne tnrew away a clgaret and, helping himself to another, bent . tbumb-naUforward, tapping It on a "Really, dearest? How priceless! And what did you say to the creature?" "Oh, I was kind but Arm." "Ben Culp's a big man In the en 16 17 f lb. .20 17t 10 9 ............lie ' R. .18 21 1 2 L Leg Roaste, lb ..I Loin Roasts, lb 1 Shoulder Roasts, lb... T . Veal Chops, lb 2 Loin Chops, lb ) PORK Z. lb Leg Roasts, 2! Loin Roasts, lb 2; Shoulder, lb. 2 Loin Chops, lb Shoulder Pork, lb 1 Sausage, lb 1( Loose Lard, lb Link Sausage, lb t Hindmarsh For further informa425-- . . Round Steak, lb eiier early. tion call 21t lb Shoulder Steak, lb. Pot Roasts, lb at ..1 VEAL 23s 24 A. B. $2 1-- lb Company 464 West Center r Impertinent question, may I ask If that's wheie you're bound T" "No," Luclnda replied briefly. One that to put a fgaa toon foresee such abounaing enterdamper prise would prove tar from easy. Luanda gatherea up Mr coeoge. be submitted! person to Sales Mam; Mr. Madsen at Ander: Ford Garage, 241 1; Center street. Cot ends May 27. Get x WEDNESDAY SPECIAL qt. jar of Black Cherries 2 Combs Honey jar Chili Sauce . Round Steak, lb Pork Sausage or Hamburger, 2 lbs. for Veal Cutlets, lb OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT Loin Steak, lb Conducted by PROF. S. W. WILLIAMS 8um-merlad- mur- i must 1 MUSIC SCHOO L if So be withdrew J the Fnrrl fsrnf..i v uui nr than four words. Slut D was really going to leave him to finish hla breakfast alone. 1 am deeply Indebted to you," ah pursued. "But, of course, It lent a fern one can talk Hi I "Well, there are lota of other in m I . " mV J Bl things we can talk about," Summer lad rejoined cheerily. "So let's forget the unpleasant ones. It's a long, lonesome trip, and I'll be very happy If you'll let me prattle In your company now and then." Luclnda contented herself with relook hla so of that his light thought, and was in fact more eloquent than his plying, no, she wouldn't mind, thrust back her chair. Immediately had Luclnda speech. thought she Summerlad waa on his feet, napkin never seen hands more strong and in hand, bowing prettily. not graceful, or any better cared for, "Awfully good of you, Mrs. Druce. even Bel's. Nor bad Bel ever Where shall I find you, say In an dressed In better taste. hour or two? The observation carT" The object of her Interest waved "Perhaps," Luclnda smiled. the waiter away and met her openly She made her way back to her Interested regard wjthout lose of reservation but was not well settled countenance. when she heard a Joyful cry "I guess It's tine I Introduced my"Cindy! Cindy Druce!" and rose, self, Mrs. Druce. My name la the book In her astonish After a slight pause and dropping to be enfolded In the arms of be ment, Lontalne. with a hint of Fanny amplified: "Lynn Summerlad" XV Sensible that he seemed to expect her to think veil of that precious explanations, had been accepted name, Luclnda found no echo for it AWKWARD In the chambers of her memory. without question: Fanny's and "But how la It you know my name. her husband's tactful sympathy not Mr. Summer lad only won Luclndo's heart complete, "Tbat'a aasy: your husband told ly but, together with her reluctance to proceed to Reno before she could me." Again Luclnda waa reduced to a feel reasonably sure of living there blank "Oh!" This time she felt that unmolested, had Influenced her to agree to go on with the Lontalnes to she waa coloring. Los Angeles; whither (she was tacit"In the police station!' Mr. added with a broad grin. ly ted to Infer) his motion-pictur- e ts had peremptorily called Loa "But don't be alarmed. Tou eee, Mr. Druce rather lost hla bead wouldn't talne. It seemed a sensible move as well be happy till he'd bad me arrested on a charge of assault- At the sta- as one most agreeable In prospect. tion house your husband cooled down She could rest In comfort and friend-I- . companionship for a few t.eeks, that publicity and remembered consult with Harford Willis by letter, at leisure and with a calm mind plan for the future. And then It would be amusing to see Los Angeles under the wing of wasn't his best bet. the charge." gold piece for tha .and a $5 gold piece 1 lthe next best slogW ' Merry-Go-Roun- d, EXPLANATIONS AWKWARD HAD BEEN ACCEPTED WITHOUT QUESTION. MOT inter-collegla- afternoon and evening. Just north of the armory. 5c; And Summerlad'a face teU touchifif Prices Ferris Wheel, 10c. ly as he grasped the tact that Ch for" i 1 a Oakland, Cal. Luclnda "How dreadful!" mured, her thoughts with Bellamy. "I'm so sorry." "No reason to be. If you must know, I enjoyed the adventure treThat's what one gets mendously. for having been born with a perverted sense of humor. Besides, it wasn't as If I'd never been pinched before." "You don't mean to tell me you're In the habit of of " "I mean, pinched for speeding. You know what the roads are. out on the coast, hard and smooth and straight as a string for miles at a time. You can hardly resist them, once you get of apologies" beyond the city limits. Luclnda caught the eye of her 'Apologies!" "For butting In where any rational waiter and gave him a bill to pay for angel would have been scared to her breakfast. But she couldn't death to tread, and particularly for escape with good grace Just yet, unbeing here." The waiter thrust an less she wished to administer a order blank with the bill of fare dowurlght snub she would have to under the young man's cose. "If wait for her change. "I'd like to show you what motoryou'll excuse me . . . The head he bowed over the cards ing la around Lob Angeles," Mr. and thatched with Summerlad pursued with breathit lent an (PQd quantity of hair, light trlwn taking assurance. m RECITAL feT S InA concert recital of unusual . terest is that presented thin even-ini'K at th Hotel Roberts when Prof. C. W. Reid presents his advanced students. Those to take cart are Mrs. Leona IMiiaennaii vanWagenen, Florence Newell. Gertrod Olsen, Louise Foster, Homer Wakefield, Melva Boyle, ana nacnei Simmons. Vocal assistance will be rivon hir thn trio comcosed of Mur ray K. Roberts, Celestia and Vilate Leland Wentz, freshman at the Johnson. A group of paintings irom me Young university, Friday night won collection of Prof. Herald R. Clark the first ftate or will also be on exhibition. atorical contest. His subject was "America, The Champion of the ." an appeal for American justice to the Haitians. The University of Utah was represented by Cleon Wilkins of Spanish Fork who gave an eloquent oration on "The Unfinished Story," a history of the national emblem of the United States. Walter Adams was introduced as the chairman of the contest by Pror. J. M. Jensen. Wentz received a two to one decision. The judges were Attorneys flsGrfEU BRIOCt COMPANY David J. Wilson of Ogden, Jacob ooonauia us. Pntaman and Abe Turner of Provo. In behalf oi tne coniesnnguni-- i ELDRE1TS JOSEPH VAN fcBLLAMY DRUCE. PIANO CLASS wu with a beautiful Tbia cup will be placed i.? HVoom of the Ywaiii - Bataa Brimhali election and Mrs, b Olpia sang a eolo. During the first six weeks of the Brlgham Toung university summer quarter, there will be held a demonstration school. This school will consist of the first and third graces. This will be an excellent oppor- CARPETS CLEANED 1 tunity for a few children. Parents and should make application for res- restoredstains remover! Prices reaoZ to Dean the ervation immediately call and deliver. Phonal J of the summer session. in of will ha rharta .nhutl Tk. The work wilt tBHSHHSHil .n.rt - - taaMiAi-c1-be of such nature that it will iot Interfere with the work of the regular school year. Time of holding $5 03 1! the class will be two hours in the to eleveu. nine forenoon, from We will give a WL Plenty By making courtesy a dally babit, you will uot only in friends for the company but you will make yourself a better and better paid-emp- HIGH CO COTDD " A FORK, meeting U the Sons and Daughter! of- - Pioneers will be neld this evening at the City paviliou to arrange for taking care of the Indian War veterans at the annual encampment. Other Important business will come before the meeting and all members are urged to be present be the Mrs. Celestia M. Strong will 22 May SPANISH LITERARY CLUB TO MEET. Employes: THE OUTDOOR ASSOCIATION. The Utah County Outdoor association has started its membership campaign. The meeting at Salem last week was the opening gun fired in a movement to get into this association every man and woman who loves the outdoors and who is a booster for this county's vast scenic resources It will cost you a dollar a year to belong to this outdoor association. The price is set remarkably low so that not even the poorest of us has that excuse for not joining. A dollar a year is cheap enough when it is spent in developing and advertising the tourist attractions of the county. MEETING IN BPANISH fORK. coys Fourth ward amusement hall Thurs Van ag- day eveningwillfor Glenn June 11 lor leave enan, who Germany, where he will labor as missionary for the L. D. 8. church ti.e coming two years. Good music l as been secured and all are cordially invited to attend. Chats With Your Gas Man OVER 2200 - BAJLV A benefit ball will be given in the Entered M second claim mail matter June 6, 1911, at the postoffice, Provo, UUh. under the Act of March 3, 1879. Term of Subscription: Delivered by carrier, 30 cent a month; by 01 In Utah county, $3 a year; outside the county, 3.f.Q a year. CIRCULATION- BENEFIT Street. : V FbrTsn DoBaro and Niit3ly Cento -- litis 30x3'A Usco HE 30x3 tire situation today is just this The man who buys an USCO at $10.90 is justi fied in believing that his money is going farther in tire value than it ever has gone or could go before. Naturally he appreciates the qual-it- y of USCO. That was established long ago. It is still fresh in his mind that USCO led the national market into the $10.90 price range. The makers of U. S, always intended the ; 3 USCO to be the hi est value in its field. At $10.90 it creates a neiv classification of money's worth. United States Tires are Good Tlrai d cinema game," Lontalne commented without - looking up. "If he says you'd make a bit, you might do worse than listen to him. That la. oi course, n you snouia ever think of taking a flyer in the motion picture business. "I'm not even dreaming of such a thing. Why, It's absurd!" "Then you're the modern miracle. Mrs. Druce a woman without either vanity or a secret ambition to be a cinema star." Lontalne laughed and lastly got up . . . "But If you 11 excuse me now, IH arrange matters with the conductor and porters." The door waa behind Luclnda's shoulder. Closing It, unseen by her, iontaine contrived to exchange with hla wife a look of profound (Continued la Oar Next Issue) CopTTisht 1922 U.3.TCo. United States Tires United States Rubber Company kmodndmmd charged Where you can htiy U. S.Tires: TELLURIDE MOTOR CO. o- WOHSLEY CO. Provo, Utah. SPRINGVILLE GARAGE STORAGE CO. Springville, Utah. 8PANISH FORK MOTOR Spanish Fork, Utah. BENJAMIN GARAGE Benjamin, Utah. CO.