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". THE HERALD, MONDAY. MAY 22, 1922. ' ', O AT THE PKOVO THEATISES 1 ran I I 111 IllUii Wl 0 I' ogpiA rvs hil!fl!lfil!'iil;HlnS:ililiil l AHIAD!" , ) Mary Pbilbia, a Chicago school a girl, haa accomplished what of girla af her age dream of but consider as remote as the pot of (Old at the end of the rainbow. A year ago she was a demure student of the Hyde Park High school Chicago. Today she is a screen luminary at Universal city. Miss Phllbln will be featured in "Danger Ahead " the Universal photodrama which is shown at the Princess To j night and Tuesday. In "Danger Ahead:" Miss Phil-- ; bin has a role that is suited to her personality. She is destined to be--j come a favorite, as she posses a wealth of good looks and a charm- ing personality. She Is eibhteen, jand displays remarkable dramatic adility for her youth. An excellent cast supports the star, including Minna Redman, George Ferry Bunny, Gearge B. Williams, James Morrison, Jack Mower, Jane Siarr, Emily Rait and Helene Caverly. Rollin Sturgeon, director of many screen successes, staged the production. The rugged picturesque shore line of the New England coast furni-jsh- s an excllnet setting for the med drama. 1 iillllLliillHiln:!! li 'The Only Properly VentilateJ Theater in Provo" TONIGHT AND TONIGHT AND TUESDAY TUESDAY A Lumberman Drama j J Regular Prices AT- YpwdaAcS Marshall Neilan's A virile, vigorous, door romance set in Tv- - First National MlRTHQUAKE outpine-scent- ed forests of Maine. It echoes the boom of falling trees, the dynamiting of dams and the rush of roaring rivers. It is a clean, powerful, inspiring production. Kind n in WEDNESDAY Ki NORTH WOODS 8TORY AND THURSDAY The character of the Kavanagh, old "X K.rt, -- The Rider of the or SESSUE HAYAKAWA King Log," Is one of the most virile and picturesque characters ever in created by that master story teller, "FIVE DAYS TO LIVE" Holnian Day, as well as being one of the most powerful figures in conFOR SALE, CHEAP Good Ford temporary fiction. "X K." is a powerful giant of a car. 100 S. 7th E. Phone 242-man enthroned as king In his little " " ' realm of pine and spruce. For years he has developed his leases and rights until, in the wilderness, has grown the small town of Ste. Aga-thpeopled by Kavanagh's own men and fabilies. Next to the love of his motherless daughter, is his love for his people, A7ht1t a la Intent ami Ya nnAnln BUY your tractors or ' nf h1a Aaihtar ,hn Ford parts at schofieid s at profit-greedcorporation stealthily surrounds his leases, upsurps his duced prices. river rights and dams, and attempts KavFOR first class upholstery work In to throttle the activities of anagh and ruin the little town of or leather tapestry, muleskin, Ste. Agathe. All work guaranteed. phone 616-J- . "The Rider of the King Log" FOR RENT Furniture Co 164 W. modern house. comes to the Strand theater Tonight ter. and Thursday. It was produced under the authors personal, superFOR RENT Furnished rooms. 272 SUCCESS GARAGE, 67 N. 1st W. It vision, on the evry locations in is now ready for rent. Call 261 Maine called for in the East Center. story, and R. 1st N. Phone 331-enacted by a splendid cast which FOR RENT KALSOMINING done reasonable. includes Frank Sheridan, Richard apt. Inquire 317 V. Center. Phone Travers, Irene Boyle, Carleton Bric-kerand many others. FOR RENT do To WANTED Call housework. Furnished room, with or without board I'hone Ever n i J thou-aaiid- I .III I I "DANGER , H1 . distribution Saving costs -- cutting out un necessary expense at each handling is the Certainteed way of lowering the price you pay, Carload ship, ments to many local warehouses and distributors save freight. Concentra tion on rapid turnover products, with a reserve supply near at hand, means relief from the burden of overstock-A J f ing an cujiiuiiiy i u , uuui aeaier and consumer. These outstanding economies of distribution, plus the millions saved through enormous standardized production, enable you to buy Certain-tee- d products of high est quality at a worth while saving. VV 1 p 3 A y arry PRODUCTS CERTAIN-TEE- D CORPORATION e, Mijcelktieou) V Ford-Fordso- u y ALSO COMEDY Certainly of Quality- - Guarantee ASPHALT ROOFINGS Satisfactic; OIL CLOTH M-2- 2 . ASPHALT SHINGLES TARRED FELT iM-1- 3 733-M- 9 . M TONIGHT AND TUESDAY FOR RENT 2 45 W. 3rd N. U o ol A 7ArPAHTN n ii Ifx 0 . -- f j w IS 1) Oty- - PLANS THAT GO WRONG rooms. acetylene welding and cutting. We weld anything made of metal. Work guaranteed. First class servPlans that go wrong are the oause FOR RENT modern house, ice. 42 N. 4th W., Provo. Phone of nearly all of the trouble li the $25 per month. Call 538-or in- 588-J- . tf world. No sane person ever p!ans quire 144 N. 3rd E. trouble for himself, yet everyone DANIELS AUTO WHEEL AND constantly planing ahead, and trouFOR SALE OR RENT BODY SHOP All kinds of wheel ble develops, therefore it must be 3 blocks from Orem station. and body rebuilding and repairing. that most plans go wrong for trouPhone 226. ble is one of the commonest things Truck and bug bodies. Satisfaction in the world. FOR RENT One nice room for guaranteed. 25 N. 5th W., Frovo. Deep trouble for the people intwo. 191 S. 3rd W. volved, which was farcical humor for spectators, developed In FOR RENT modern apt., BUY your tractors or a little country villiage, due furnished. 190 E. 5th S. Ford parts at Sohofield's at re- to the plans of a pretty maid to avoid a marriage upon which her FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for duced prices. mother has insisted. She inlisted light housekeeping; also garage. WANTED AVork by high school the aid of the best friend of the 55 W. 2nd N. boy; one year experience on dairy man she really loved. Her plan and driving truck. 488 E. 5th N. was simple. She would announce that she had married the friend. Ergo, no other marriage was possiWASHING DONE At 120 N. 5th E. ble. After the announcement she planned to go to her own home to for the night to pack. He was to go The next day she DINING CHAIRS A full slip chair, to a hotel. oak, fumed finish, only $3.95. would accompany him to New York Bates Stores Co., 33 E. Center, mwt where he had accepted a position. FOR SALE New rowboat, 14 feet There they would teeperate slut long. 455 W. 1st N. LOST Vou are losing money un- going to the home of a friend until less you trade with the Wasatch her true lover could come to claim tf her. FOR RENT furnished apt. Produce. The plan was complicated at the 109 W. 1st S. DRESSMAKING and plain sewing; start because the young man whom . she selected to play the part of huswill go out by day. Call FOR SALE, CHEAP Practically has secretly married on the band, new china closet. Phone day he is toassume the role. The M-LOST Lady's gray chamois hand- announcement Is made however, bag, containing pair glasses, and the plans go a'.l wro.i?. Her FOR i ALE Furniture, range, din-- j gloves and about $4.75 in silver. excuse to go hom j and pac!; is bruand the ing table, kitchen table, kitchen Liberal reward if returned to Box shed aside as noncrj-'eare conduced by an imcouple 4, office. Herald j tablet, dresser, sewing machine, promptu wedding party to his rooms washing machine, linoleum, bed, In the hotel, and left there to begin couch, chairs, etc. Call 312, after their honeymoon. 7 p. m. The secret bride has seen them taken to the hotel. The girl is FOR f ALE Old oil, 15 cents per pretty. But why attempt to desgallon. Fine for farm machinery, cribe the complications that ensue etc. Pine Tree Service Station. when Marshall Neilan depicted with all their humor in a mothem FOR SALE Genuine old 'cello and tion production entitled pisture real old violin. 154 E. 4th N. m m m m m S h m m mm m w m mm m "Dont Ever Marry," which will be the attraction at the Columbia theater, Tonight and Tuesday. ALE Tomatoes. FOR PLANTS cabbage, cauliflower, peppers, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. egg plant, sweet potatoes, celery Sealed proposals will be received 314 W. and asters. R. Gay, 4th S. office of the board of county at the Phone 612. commissioners, county courthouse. Provo, I'tah. according to plans on FOR SALE House, partly furnish-- j file in the office of the county sured; large lot; reasonable terms. veyor, until 12 o'clock noon. May 759 N. 1st E. 25, 1922, for the finish grading and paving of approximately 6.6 miles CHICKENS boug ht. sold or traded. of roadway with an eighteen (18) 847 W. Center. Phone 699. foot sf-iof pavement extending from Spanish Fork sugar factory FOR SALE AT SCHOFI ELD'S A to Payson, I tah county, Ltah, by bargain: Ford coupe, starting and way of Benjamin. demountable system, lighting rims, Bids will be opened publicly at front bumper, speedometer. Hasler 2 p. ra.. May 25, 19, at the office Atwater shock absorbers. Kent igntIi; of the Utah county commissioners, toin, motor meter, dash light, panel county courthouse. Trovo, Utah, light, rubber pads for foot pedals, Instructions to bidders, together jjj for windows, large corjjj with plans, specifications, form of Hi contract and bond, rugated steering wheel if it's a may be obtained Ford you want. jil st the office of the county auditor, I: ! or county surveyor, by depositing FOR SALE Received from Idaho, HI $10.00 to guarantee the return of 760 Idaho Rural seed potatoes. Flowers have always pj same In good condition. . K. 5th S. Phone been the memorial offer- Illl The board of county commission-::ierand hereby reserves the FOR f ALE New cord tires, 30x ing of relatives and III (right has, to reject any and all bids Anderson Garage. friends to departed ones. i By order of the board of county They alone can express :! commissioners of Utah countv. FOR SALE A bargain, used Ma-your sentiments on this Hi:!: state of I'tah. jestic range, perfect condition, JAMES T. GARDNER, occasion. mfw Rates Stores Co. HI Chairman, Board of County Com missioners. FOR SALE horse, weight; By WALLACE HALE?. 230 West Center Street. about 1.100; also good harness. (Seal.) county Ci rk. Call 410 S. 1st W. Phone Phone 406. (First publication May 4. last M 26 publication May 25; 1922.) rot-tag- M-2- 3 . tf 2 Elm-fiel- or Lend and Sec featuring tho Famous Dsauty Also TWO-REE- L COMEDY Scientific Merchandising The PIGGLY WIGGLY system is known the world over as the most scientific system of merchandising ever invented, and the three big points are: First tremendous buying power of this chain of nearly one thousand stores; Second the quick turnover; and Third the lowest operating cost of any grocery stores in the world. The gross profits charged you at PIGGLY WIGGLY stores are less than the overhead expenses of other stores, so when you consider that PIGGLY WIGGLY has the greatest buying power of any food distributors in the world, you can readily understand that if some retail grocer does sell you a few pounds of sugar, some soap or other staples al less than Piggly Wiggly prices it is simply bait to get you in his store. And he figures you will buy other items on which you will pay him a big profit. In every city there are merchants that pick a few items, usually staples, which they will sell at cost or less as leaders or bait with the idea that the public dots not know the price of any except some ten or twelve staple items in groceries, and that if they can buy these items at a low price they will take it for granted that all other items are sold on the same low margain. Some people are still fooled by this old BAIT system, but a great manv are not, which accounts for the phenomenal growth of PIGGLY WIGGLY. Visit the near-- , est PIGGLY WIGGLY and compare the prices with what other merchants charge. Don't stop at looking for the price of the items some other merchant is using as leaders, but lcok for the price of the items that are not used as leaders or bait and buy accordingly and you will find vou can save 20 per cent by trading at PIGGLY WIGGLY. All prices advertised by PIGGLY WIGGLY are regular prices, not specials picked for advertising. 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