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nMnh'lM 11 in li i v i 11 li O I OA 1 i m ' v IQDAY A store to supply your Each item represents a good reason for your coming tp this for Goods spring and summer 'family's needs for Summer Underwear, Hosiery, Dry i All Sizes, Good Values. BOYS' UNION SUITS Athletic or Knit. Tight or Loose Knee. 15c 49c, 69c 49c MEN'S FINE LISLE WOMEN'S MEN'S ATHLETIC OR SOX FINE GAUGE Brown, Gray, Navy. Three Pair for Black, KNIT UNIONS COTTON HOSE Pair for 69c 25c FINE QUALITY BOYS' SWIMMING LONG CLOTH SUITS Excellent for underwear. Yard Variety of colors. Twenty-fon- Betty Compson, star of "The Law and the Woman," which comes to the Columbia theater Wednesday, is fond of the water and has a home at Playa Del Ray, California, where she and her mother spend the summer and fall week-ends- . "There's nothing I enjoy more," she declares, "than an opportunity to put on my bathing suit and forget that I am a motion picture actress for 24 hours. With my 'sport fish,' I spend hours in the surf, enjoying every minute of the time. I have to be careful of sunburn, however, for it shows through 15c Tfic Engagement . Individuals who have complained that screen fights are usually of a pink tea variety will find a fistic encounter after their own heartsin 98c Ring rtj.meter that of Constance third finger TOO EXCITING 89c r mi a feet square imply furnished J"" i. presents in rni DAPbtinlmj5 J sv I D WAT uvy; 'V Bert Lytell's new Metro picture, "The Right That Failed," to be shown at the Strand theater WedTHE LARGEST CHAIN DEPARTMENT nesday and Thursday. STORE ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD Bayard Veiller, who direct.en he picture, and the athlej In Utah lake staged a ring contest th' Dodge. The car then was traded of having speared bass WHO OWNS THIS CAR? i Biar uiuiovu auu uui , is In turn to Harry Masters, who i aovAri Aava r saiuraay. The sheriff at Farmington last said to have swapped it to a band me oi Anyone convictea aged t0 Infllct 80me horses. some for of gypsies night telephoned Sheriff Boyd's rharze will be given tne uni - ishment on his scree office informing him that a Stude- the law," said Game Warden Jo- William Elmer, MORE WEDDING. BELLS. ngmer. conh Allen. maker automobile, carrying last I n "f" i had uiaiw, wnu ucuigo Dl.l, year's license, number A) marriage license has been isFarnsu ..- H. the army's corps of atl Lacy President been recovered two miles out of sued to John . Baxter and Rosa B. County ouu no mo er rresmwn . Vice ickicb uurais and First not, worth Farmington. Johnson, both of Pleasant Grove. Gertrude Page went to Pleasant - consulting expert for the bout. Deputy Sheriff B. F. Roper traced "Spike" Robinson acted as second Grove Saturday to organize a eliapSPEARED BASS; FINED $30. the ownership of the car to W. E. ter of the Daughters of the Utah for Elmer, and several hundred Mendenhall. of Springville, who Brown Hayes fight fans oocupied arena seats in said that he had traded the auto to Ray Carter of Lehl yesterday was Pioneers Mrs. Rose the stand that had been erected for elected a was on president. court in fined $30 charge the Worsley Auto company for city the purpose in one of Metro's big enclosed stages at Hollywood. The fight had to be screened twice. Mr. Veiller, saying that fights may easily be "too exciting," explains why: "I told Bert to go In and punch the head off that 'pug" he said, "and I told Elmer not to be, afraid of knocking Bert through the window. Both obeyed instructions so well that it became a real knockdown fight They were mad. They forgot all about the signals I bad arranged and toresat each other like wildcats. Everyone was yelling at them. And then 'Arthur Martinelli, the cameraman, got so excited he stopped grinding. I tore the bruised battlers apart. But, while it was a whale of a fight, we PIGGLY WIGGLY is not a store of "SPECIALS" which are priced low had to film it over again to follow the scenario. Too exciting! as a bait so that other goods at higher prices may be sold. It is a system to Tal-bott- 's Johnny's story is that of Jh RIGHT THAT 1 FAILED L. D. S. GARMENTS All Sizes. mmmmrm. jonnny Dufley's in two hopes were bound up The Prize Ring hi office. AW "In the evening we build a fire in our big fireplace (for it gets cold at night) and sit around talking and telling stories. Generally some friends come in. Then I read a lot I'm fond of Stephen Leacock's works and similar things, though I do read some "heavy" literature as well." $1.00 Also COMEDY v WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY life and Law, A Purawit Picture make-up- in "THE KISS" WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Matinee Both Days4JP. M. Qm(bmpson LADIES' KNIT UNION SUITS TONIGHT 7:30, 9:15 CARMEL MYERS the scenes iaia in thrilling drama, a brilliant cast, withtimber country. Uttle lokviukge in th Canadian sewing. fc'The P. M. YEARS"! "SILENT Worthy Of Consideration LADIES' KNIT VESTS 30)and Matin Ui am. PROVO, 4 0 5 rifW Qncorboratcd 312 DEPARTMENT STORES, 286 WEST CENTER. Two AT THE PROVO YEBATOES Cj LAW AND THE WOMAN 1 THE tP "The Only Properly Ventilated Theater in Pmf MATINEE 2:30" WEDNESDAY uttrrtng BERT EYTELL and it's a knockout! and the V ) : Our Low Prices Good for Every Hour Each Day, Also Every Day in the Week whereby everything in the grocery line may be purchased at consistently low prices NOT FOR ONE DAY, BUT FOR EVERY DAY. butter and offer them at or below cost and they make up this loss by overpricing all other items. Some take household necessities like sugar or Nationally advertised goods are handled by PIGGLY WIGGLY stores, not simply because they are nationally advertised, but because they have stood the acid test. They have been approved by the public as to quality. A trial order at PIGGLY WIGGLY will convince you that we give more QUALITY FOOD for the money than elsewhere. Serve Yourself and Save Ml mum Location 84 North University Avenue Schedule Northern Division M. L A. League Pioneer Games Played by Lakeview North Parkl Sharon READ Tuly 18 July 18 June 27 THE June 13 HERALD June 6 june 22 Vineyard jun Onmes Played at I I Sharon Lakeview i j I I 6 July 11 I July 4 June 20 June 20 July 4 ' June 15 July 6 ' June 8 June 29 June 13 11 Juiy KASEHALL June 27 NEWS July U , 7:30, 9:15 James Oliver Cur- - . I BERT LYTKLL in t Scene from "THE RIGHT THAT FAILED" At the Strand Wednesday and Thursday. motion picture lovers with her vivacity and charm in many William Fax productions demanding sprightly action, is again seen in a story which gives her abundant opportunity for display of her feminine verve. "Elope If You Must" is from the pen of E. J. Rath, the story writer, and deals with exciting events resulting from a father's effort to destroy his daughter's infatuation for a worthless "lounge-lizard.- " "CARNIVAL" In his ardent campaign he enlists the assistance of an exceeding clever xgirl portrayed by Filming Venice from the topmost Miss Percy. part of the loggietta of the classic Campanile of St. Marks was the UNDERTAKERS INCORPORATED unique experience of "Carnival," his elaborate screen spectacle, reArticles of incorporation were cently released by United Artists. filed yesterday with the county Incidentally, it marked the first clerk for the United Undertaking time that a motion picture camera company. has been permitted within the preThe officers and incorporators cincts of the famous medieval tower. This production will be the feature at the Columbia theater Thursday. The Campanile, which towers above St. Marks Square, is over one thousand years old and is one of the sights of Venice. 4 It was built originally a? a sort of lighthouse and lookout tower combined. Huge iron baskets were attached to the corners of the towers and filled at night with material, so that when lighted, they could be seen from the sea to guide the Venetian ships safely into the harbor. They were also) used as lookout towers in those old times to tell of the movements of alien fleets and the approach of the enemy. Venice, which is situated at the head of the Adriatic, is made up of more than a hundred little flat isl ands of mud or silt deposited by the Po and other rivers so that the building of a tower in those days was quite a feat of engineering.. Long piles were driven into the marshy bottom and on these the noted tower called the Campanile, stands, as does, in fact, the whole city. well-know- n HUSTLING : woods Famous Story . are Anson Hatch, president; Stephen L. 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