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THE HERALD. MONDAY, MAY 29. 1522. f::is.H:::i j is1 MR. FRANK WILKIE, of Vs formerly matron at tha Stat Reformatory at Industry, N. Y, who says sn is delight with Tanlac Sines it restored her health after the suffered sight years. 1IT I N. fbrlfent U I I i t ' ' N. 2nd E. Uidl UUJC liujuauuu urn 0 i4fel " TONIGHT AXD TUESDAY exl-it-3- 30 M m. VI., I . J" . 7'f. m 'Zy UfUJli WULSLjy t;A. !X K -II I A .a FAUUNf ST.'.RKE and 61 LENT VEAR4 RXSK ' -- C a DIO-W- "'CTuees i Being one of the foremost stars en RENT Furnished cabin of the movies does not consistdash Riverside. Provo canyon. Mrs. tirely of looking beautiful and sine. It means hard study, gruel I Brown, Lamar Hotel. ling Work and long hours. To prepare for "The Kiss," the FOR RENT Two sleeping rooms. in which Carmel suitable for men. and two unfur- photodrama be nished housekeeping rooms; will Myers, the Universal star, is to torent single. 383 N. 4th E. Phone shown at the Princess theater and Tuesday, she sacrificed a 383-J- . j.j night much needed vacation and studied hard for two weeks to gain a search expert's knowledge of old California customs and costumes. The story of "The Kiss " was written by Johnston McCulley and I concerns California in the days of the Dons. It was originally written as "Little Erolinda" and published in novel form. Universal purchased FOR 8ALE- - Snowballs. 193 W. 1st it as being particularly suited to Miss Myers and gave it to Jack North. Conway to direct It was not an FOR SALE Extra good cow. In ordinary photedrama and extensive research was required before Miss quire 386 X. 4th E. Myers felt herself fitted to inter FOR 8ALE brick, S per pret the spectacular starring role. Being a wise young lady she went thousand. Penrod & Nelson Co. to headquarters for her informaPhone 782-J-tion. She called upon John Steven FOR SALE Coal range. 58 W. 3rd McGroarty for her information. Mr. South. McGroarty is probably the world's foremost authority on old California FOR SALE-Electtoaster. Phone and is the author of the California . Mission play. , J-- 2 i W -- ' J- T m ssW A 1 1 M-3- 1 - . w tl ( " . Fw' WWIVKPWife ' .7 i :,- -. rw ; 1 ' i ami I WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY BERT LYTELL I. "THE RIGHT THAT FAILED" sww " 111 LiftOltillliiJ ' t . I luimnniiiiiKMM' I ill I H Tcrv . A Romantic Story of I m..,. V Jr "SILENT YEARS" th St. Lawrence River - - "W TODAY AND TUESDAY Tuesday Matinee 2:30 P. M. II . j toe Sale i r" . Cooatr; Vr, yilllfil 'ii, r i- - Sun-drie- l. J-- ric 598-NW- 1 FOR SALE Genuine old 'cello and real old violin. 154 E. 4th X. FOR tonight and Tuesday SALE 1 9 . IW "The Only Properly Ventilated Theater in "SILENT YEARS" Tomatoes. Tally Marshall, famous on stage cabbage, cauliflower, peppers, egg plant, sweet potatoes, celery and screen, and George Seigman, and asters. R. Gay, 314 W. 4th S. noted character actor, are but two members of the brilliant cast that Phone 615. presents L. J. Gasniers most reFOR SALE House, partly furnish- cent picture. "Silent Tears." at the ed; large lot; reasonable terms. Strand theater. Others of prominence in the cast are Pauline 759 X. 1st E. Starke, one of the most popular CHICKENS bought sold or traded. leading women of the day; Rose Dione, who won prominence on the 847 W. Center. Phone 699. French dramatic stage; George McDanieL Will Jim Hatton, Jack FOR SALE Cord tires. 30x5-1-$12. Fabric tires, 30x31-2- . $10. Mower, James O. Barrows, Jack Livingston, Ruth King. Kate Ton-craAnderson's Garage. Jean Lillian Rambeau, FOR SALE Gas range. Phone O'Rourke and Ruth Ashby. The 351-J- . M29 story of "Silent Years' is based upon the novel. "Mam'sell Jo," from the pen of Harriet Comstock, and has to do with episodes in the lives of a group of rugged folk who live in the St Lawrence river valley. PLANTS Regular Prices Matinee Tuesday 2:15; All Seats 10c. JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD Presents - Sf THE 9 0 club members, and those who have- - ' Mifcellatieouj . A scene from "Silent Years, "at the Strand tonight and Tuesday. t It rivals "Back to God's Country" in its romance "Nomads of the North" in its thrffl. 'The Golden Snr. will ensnare with its mystery. Vivid as any story Or wood has written; brought to the screen by a biga? headed by Lewis Stone, Ruth Renwick and Wallace BW A David M. Hartford Production. Also SUNSHINE COMEDY NOTICE, To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that cial tax foi the purpose of A capable, hard workWANTED ing salesman to sell our Liquid Roof Cement upon a commission basis an auto to travel in would be handy but not absolutely necessary. You must be RvsoF-BESTO- j e UUl BtliLC FOR veil not been as club members, and those who have not as yet been AFTER SEVEN YEARS able to visit the cave. ' will The Wasatch Mountain club Uni Testimony Remains provide transportation to the cave; Provo shaken. r. , also hot coffee and chocolate at a Ma-- ! Time Is the best test of truth. i cost of $1.75 to 'chines will leave the Salt Lake Here is a Provo story that has the test of time. It is a ij theater at 7. 7:30, 8:30, 9 and 10 stood with ' i a. m. a point which will come story i A new trail to the cave has been straight home to many of us. ' j Mrs. David H. Jones. 345 E. Fifth built, comfort stations provided, i ; and an elaborate system of colored North St., Provo. says: "I have I electric lights has been installed, used Doan's Kidney Pills and am producing an effect that is inde-- glad to say they are a good remedy. scribably weird and beautiful. Doan's are good for relieving Three forest rangers will meet the backache, languor and other an: party and conduct the tour through noying symptoms of kidney comThis medicine certainly : the 800 feet to the cave which, ac-- ; plaint. cording to those who have already does all that is claimed for it" LATER STATEMENT. : made the trip, is a scenic attraction Over seven years later, Mrs. i of unique and unusual interest Its chief beauty lies in the gro Jones said: "Although I have but forma-- j little need for a kidney remedy tesque and weird fairly-liktions that adorn the ceilings, walls now. 1 find it necessary to use and floors of its many winding Doan's Kidney Pills at times. I alchambers and galleries, ranging in ways get the same good results." Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't colors from crystal white to cream, buff, chocolate, and old ivory. Some simply ask for a kidney remedy of the most interesting features in get Doan's Kidney Pills the same n the cave are the Terrible Gorge, the that Mrs. Jones had. Co.. Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. Chocolate Box, Hall of the Two Pillars. 60 by 120 by 30 feet in Advertisement dimensions, with its row of dragon's expert-menSuccess has attended teeth suspended from the ceiling, in Madagascar in the use of and Queen Ann's Throne, a gallery stalactite spider web as a silk substiute. of wonderful, icicle-lik- e and stalagmites in the center of Almost automatic in operation is which is a huge and gorgeous pillar resembling Atlas supporting the a gasoline propelled machine for world. packing the contents of silos. j ! James Oliver Curwood wrote the gripping story several years ago,! 592-W- IP nartirinata I Jir d !: j ; - i 0 I . tion man for Hartford Productions, in bis search for the necessary to be used in "The Golden Snare." David M. Hartford's third Associated First National produc-- i tion, which will be screened at the Columbia theater tonight and i A l! -- -- of the encroached upon 1 FOR RENT i room house, wj2, locations which, because of the sencies of the narrative, had to be garage, 530 W. 2nd S. ' epotted" still further north into j FOR RENT Two large modern i ,A wilderness beyond visible evi i housekeeping rooms, with . r ounces of human habitation. re 1 mlle 3W,y (without garage. 190 S. 5Ui W. Mated by train, automobile, horse- (back, pack mule, snow sledges and FOR SALE Auto trailer. . ' fin srinvihnM and Marshall va wheel pneumatic tires, good size, for the greater part of the cheap. Phone 34fl or 439. J 2 weeks, in perpetual snow and and in a temperature that seldom FOR RENT Two large furnished rose as high as the freezing point. rooms, modern. 257 S. 5th w . Call M29 A WISE YOUNG LADY FOR RENT Rooms for men. 4."S 1 AT IfflExHMWO THEATOES (CJ GOLDEN SNARE" No less than 3300 miles were covered by Walter Marshal!, loca- One hundred and fourteen honors were presented to honor men and women at the honor day exercises 1 held in Rarmond park last Friday. Supt Adam S. Bennion recived the gold block Y," and the distlnc- ' tion of being the "supreme honor, man of the year." This was the' second of such honors to be pre- i tinted to other than students of I the university. Last year President! Bnmhall received this , George H. award. William Harrison and Glenn Sim mons were declared toe supreme r..i m. honor men among the students. Sir. , Harrison received the efficiency , medal for being the most efficient and best student A medal is pre sented to such a student eTery year by the Provo Chamber of Com ' merce. Elmo Cunningham, former secretary of the chamber, pre sented the medal. Glenn Simmons was awarded the athletic medal that is given by the of Anderberg Jewelry companyProvo for the best ath lete and scholar. Mr. Simmons is a prominent aUilete in all branches of the activity, and also an excel lent student. President Harris pre sented the medal Mayor O. K. Hansen was the If principal speaker of the occasion. His subject was. The Meaning of Honor. He likened honor to mercy, inasmuch as "it is twice blessed, it blesseth those who give and those who take. He said the honors were worth just what the individuals puts into them. "It is not so much the honor, but what it represents," the mayor said. "This is the first time in eight The exercises were held in a manner very suggestive of tie years that I hate been free from glories the B. Y. U. student body stomach trouble and it is all be has won during the past school cause of the wonderful good Tanlac years. The outdoor amphitheater, has done me," said Mrs. Frank tempo rari ally erected at Raymond Wilkie. 229 Cedar SL, Syracuse. park, was crowded with, students Mrs. Wilkie formerly resided in and friends eager to see the "Y Buffalo and for two years was ma men receive recognition and honor tron of the state Reformatory at for their year's service to the stu Industry, X. Y. "I was eating scarcely enough to dent body. Before and after the official presentation of honors, a keep alive," she declared, "for I delightful program was presented would rather not touch a bite than suffer the misery I knew would iby students and patrons of the versify. Joseph Jarvls, chairman follow. Even sweet milk disagreed ot the honor day committee, had with me. I was sick in bed for two and three days at a time, and charge of the program. gas on my stomach made such awful pressure on my heart it almost cut off my breath. I had horrible VASATCH CONDUCTS dreams at night and in the morning was. all tired out. "Well, the longest day I live I will praise Tanlac, for my improveCANYON CAKE ment- has been simply remarkable. I have no more heartburn, my apAMERICAN FORK, May 29. is wonderful, I can eat most ' Wasatch Mountain club under the petite anything I want, and my 6leep is leadership of Einar Lignell, will sound and restful. I am thorough; conduct a trip tomorrow to Utah's ly delighted with Tanlac. It is i latest scenic wonder, the Tim-- ' wonderful." panogos cave, located in American Tanlac is sold by all good drug- ; Fork canyon. The general public is i gists. Advertisement Invited tn a as THE S a specon- structing a concrete sidewalk in sidewalk district No. 11, extension No. 9, has been levied by the board of Provo City, able to finance yourself until com- of commissioners Utah, which became effective on missions are due and payable. Now 24th day of May, 1922. is the time to make a harvest as Said special tax is levied upon many orders are being placed in described real propthis line. Our product is a proven the following in Provo City. Utah, high grade one. Prices reasonable erty The west side of lota 2, 3, 5, and ones. Address yourself to LAMBERT ROOFING COMPANY, 253 the north 21.72 feet of lot 2, in block 73; lot 4 and 5 tn block 82; Eighth Ave.. Salt Lake City, detail- lots 2, 3, 4 and 5 in block 95; lots in tf the ing your experience any 4 and 5 in block 104. all in plat "A," line of saleswork. Provo City survey of building lots, anSUCCESS GARAGE, 67 X. 1st W. It and is due and payable in equal installments beginning May 24, is now ready for rent Call 261 nual 1923. Interest at the rate of 6 per E. 1st N. Phone 331-on the whole KALSOMINING done reasonable. cent perof annum said tax shall be comamount Phone puted from the date the ordinance T BUY your tractors or levying said tax becomes effective, the 2rth day of May. 1922, Ford parts at Sc&oneld a at re- and interest at said rate on the duced prices. whole amount of said tax unpaid LOST You are losing money un-- shall be due and payable ith each less you trade rith the Wasatcn installment If any installment or Bodies of several kinds, easily tf:the interest aforesaid is not naid exchanged, feature a new heavy Produce. on the date when the same becomes duty trailer to be hauled by motor RUGS CLEANED with famous due, then the whole amount of the trucks. Hamilton Beach electric carpet tax unpaid at the time said install Removes grease spots, ment and interest are due will be A process has been invented in washer. Australia for the extraction of stains, etc.; restores faded colors. come due and payable and will draw grease from wool without the use Cleaned on your floor or taken interest at the rate of twelve per . Satisfaction away. guaranteed cent per annum until paid. One or -- Sugar jacket just of acids. . melts In your mouth," price reasonable. Phone (more of saia installments in the order in which they are payable aforesaid, or the whole tax, may be table gum center. CUT FLOWERS F03 SALE Hand paid at any time within fifteen s after the ordinance levying bouquets and cut flowers, And with WrieleW three old house and outdoor grown. You save the tax becomes effective, without money here. Call B. F. Bower at j interest; and one or more cf said Kznaoyt also affording friendly . installments In .e order in which aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap. they are payable, or the wholo tax petite and digestioa. tractors or unpaid, may be paid on the day any j; BUY your Iff Ford parts at Schofield's at re-f- installment is due by paying the Soothing, thirgfcquencnlng. j duced prices. amount thereof and interest to said Making the next cigar date. If said tax is not paid whtn better. Iff; HEMSTITCHING and Picoting will due I shall proceed at ones to coliff, give a beautiful finish to your lect same with interest and costs, iif finery. Baby clothes and as provided by law and ordinance. spring fi household linens a specialty. Price All special taxes are parable at i: reasonable. All work guaranteed, my office, room No. 2, county court' if SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO., house, Provo Utah. City, if. 97 X. Uniersity Ave. Phone 399. Dated at Provo City. Utah, this fff CARPETS CLEANED All grease 26th day of May, 1922. ROSE Y. STEWART, and stain b removed and colors jffj A A fff restored. Prices reasonable. We City Treasurer and Collector of Special Taxes. :: call and deliver. Phone 662. rath First publication May 26, 1922; last publication May 31, 1922.) H. M. AYERS WELDING CO. Oxy acetylene welding and cutting. We weld anything made of metal An all glass mail box for resi Work guaranteed. First class senr dence use has been designed to inice. 42 X. 4th W., Provo. Phone sure that letters placed in it will 5SS-J- . tf not be overlooked. It umrl to-wi-t: M-3- Foster-Mil-bur- f u Xm-Z- M-2- 9 733-M- Ford-Fordso- t: DOliitre. AM'-"- ' To save the country's wood, the Latvian cabinet has decided to use peat for fuel in all government Scene Prom 'The Golden Snare by James Oliver Curwood - I 442-W- ' Send Your Orders To ; 5S1-W- 6 Ford-Fordso- SUTHERLAND BROS, Meat & Grocery Phone 46 tte J ii W SSmT - 282 W. Center AND PICOTING FOUND Small black purse HEMSTITCHING 230 W. Center. call Work done taining money. right Mrs. A. F. Ritchie. A12jnwf ron-Own- 763-R-M-C- 0 Read 1 fff I Hi Sj I lV - f . MM Want: Ads fH ' i If 11 S WrgMia VIlW e YsxtsZ& JVv M il Co: We carry a full line of Meats and Groceries i y ::::"::::m:-nn:- V yS$Xj i; A-l- I At the Columbia Tonight and Tuesday. M-3- 0 hot-iday- I V2 1 Measuremen, in thousandths of an inch are shown in easily read figures on one side of a new micro meter guage. "Ik vx I i Upon a Time,J a man wno aiun t mena nis rooi wneu he couldn't, and who wouldn't repair it weather because he did not need it. in Talk to us about SHTMP.T. PS nr buiMK ".v.lc a3 nv other material. - Mutual Coal & Lumber Company PHONE 357 Corner Second West and Fifth South.