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THE HERAliC MONDAY, SEPTELTEZIt 18, 1922. FOR 8ALE Ford wheals, Ford r touring . body, and bus body. Ahlaader's, 6th 8. and Onir. Ata' . ' . High school boy ' for roommate; board it wished. 39 WANTED W.tnjN., soon '8-1- 9 , ft0Mou BOARD AND like .v real home atmosphere good borne cooking, call 287 E. 2nd wmm WILL TRADE Sonera phonograph Nortltr for barn or second-hanlumber. FOR RENT 70S E. 4th S. ., 1 : eiih BY TANLAC and-enjo- if g-2- 0 d tf Furnished apartment. it 0 9 . i t a . i'ji miTOffltf S-- J. tf i -- 2 fiil oes This week sees the inauguration a new policy at the Columbia PLEAS ANT GROVE. Sept. 18. theater, according to Manager Alb Burglars made an unsuccessful at ion. u tempt to crack the safe of tie Mr. Ashton announces the adopPleasant Grove postoffice early tion here of the complete pafitagea Saturday morning, but were appar. program. e11uy frightened away before corn-This will include a feature pic x i ture, piecing ineir lasc . tor which the coming Wed The back door of the. post officii was opened by sawing the panel nesday will be1 Herbert Rawlinson in "Confidence;" anda news reel, and then removing the long cross the vaudeville bill begins.' bar that held it fast. The men ap before -- The vaudeville offerinr this week parently two in number, then ham- is said, by critics, to be above par, mered the dial off the safe and program started to drill at the spot it had ending a with Bob Fender's troupe of eccen occupied. acrobatic dancing stilt me nignt watchman heard a tric and This is new hi vaudeville, noise as he made his rounds at 2 walkers. o'clock Saturday morning but and new to Provo. Mile Rhea andbelieved it to be some horses in the Judson Cole star in two other beadnear-bstable. Returning a little line acts. For the matinee the feature pic later he found the back door of the will be reserved for the final. postoffice open and discovered the ture Regular prices are to prevail. had fled before complet The news film burglars will be shown at the , ing drilling. 3:45 in the afternoon, and at 8 in Carl who Sheriff Boshard, Deputy came from, Prove to Investigate, the evening, The orchestra ushers said that he believed the work done In both programs. by experts, Postmaster Henry M. Wadley sent to Salt Lake for a lock expert to open the safe and notified the U, 8. postoffice department of the attempted burglary., of ' Thousands of people needlessly FOR SALE Fresh Jersey milk and endur 1ialf sick;' iiemu,"nih- ream from Nnttall'a herd, dis WANTED Girl for general office down condition when they might work. Phone 856. tributed by Provo Meat ft Packing enjoy sturdy, robust health and all .Company. WANTED Ten girls over 16 to its manifold blessings if they only FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, peel tomatoes and fruit Phone knew what to do. People in this condition find Tanlac soon ends newly papered and painted. .702 E. 655. their trouble and builds up abund4th S. ant and vitality. FOR RENTFdrnlshed rooms for Jacobstrength, energy Abraham, 231 8. Sill St., Los GOOD : FOR BARGAINS Is real 243 E. 7'h housekeeping. light Angeles, Cal., popular moving picestate see J. W. Johnson. Phone N. Phona 460-3- . ture actor, says: 633-to every"Tanlac has come FOR RENT- bouse partly thing heard abouHtup thought 1 f - WILL TRADE Sonora phonograph Turnished. Call 721-J- . would have to quit work and give for barn or second-han- d lumber. up acting altogether, but since tak?02E.t4hS. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms. ing Tanlac I never felt better in Phone 318-R- . my lire." prac- sAktruKD tuupt, Nervousness and a tlcally new, equipped shock ab- FOR SALE First class Harley- - tired out feeling are but symptoms aorbers, cord tires; a bargain. The Phone of a hidden cause, which usually Davidson motorcycle. Wa M. Roylance Co. in the stomach, Tanlac -- enables you to digest your food prop AND PICOTINO HEMSTITCHING 230 W. Center. Work done FOR SALE Native lumber; will erly, eliminate waste and regain trade for hay. 456 N. 2nd E. your old time strength and vigor. A. Mrs. F. Ritchie. right Get a bottle today at any oood FOR RENT Furnished room. 383 WANTED Roomers. 456 N. 2nd E, druggist Advertisement W. 1st S. tt LOST Jersey cow, branded CM More than 265,000,000 feet of on right side. Call 676-J- . STRAIGHTFORWARD-TESTIMO. M. AYER8 WELDING CO. NY lumber has been used In a! single welding and cutting. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms year In the manufacture of autoWe weld anything made of metal. for light housekeeping, in a mobiles and trucks in the United Work guaranteed. First class serv- steam-heatemodern home. 660 States. ice. 42 N. 4th W, Provo. Phone W. Center. Many Provo Citizens Have Profited 8884. tf by It It you have backache, urinary HEMSTITCHING and PICOT EDGE troubles, days of dizziness, head aches or nervousness, strike at the work dona in the beet manner on seat of the trouble. These are often all kinds of material and house-bolthe symptoms of weak kidneys and linens at reasonable prices. BUTTONHOLES there is grave danger in delay. made on silk Doan's Kidney Pills are especially shirts a specialty. All work guaranteed. SINGER SEWING MAprepared for kidney ailments are CHINE COMPANY. W North endorsed by over 60,000 people. Avenue. Phone 399. recommend this p a Your neighbors , remedy have proved its merit in many tests. Provo readers should FOR 8ALE Classy bug, .the finest Only Properly Ventilated Theater in Provo take fresh courage in the straightTONIGHT AND TUESDAY la town. Come in and look it over. forward testimony of a Provo citizen. The price is right Wren Wllkina, Shows 3:45, 10c, 15c; Evening 7:30, 9:15, 10c, 25c, 35c George A Madsen, fish dealer, S90 W. Center St 254 N. Second West St. says: "Not only myself but others of my famWANTED Clothes to press. City ' ily have used Doan's Kidney Pills. Tailoring, 337 W. Center. Phone I have always found a box or so of S50. Dolly Bleak, Prop. Doan's sufficient to rid me of weakness or lameness through my MONEY TO LOAN on farms. 8 per back. I well know they are a good cent Interest Phone 688. remedy from the results I have re109 W. 1st 8. HisFame as - tt picivre-vauaeviu- e y rK 5 run-dow- 788-J-- l. 2 it 9 8 d y tf f? a Second-han- d goods. 368 W. Cen Bryant Furniture Co. ter. Phone 543-- 041 J. FOR SALE A chassis that will make a good bug, starting and lighting system, a Chevrolet engine, elliptic springs, r three-quarte- Foster-Mil-bur- $90. Schofield Auto Co. W4 tf FOR SALE At bargain, frame house on 3x9 rod lot, East Center street, near park. Call J. W. Johnson. 633-J- . ' 1 Unlucky Friday i Young persons in love care little about the Friday superstition, ac cording, to Miss Priscllla Chris- tensen, deputy county clerk. And she pointed out Friday s accumulation of marriages at the court house. Wallace M. Hales, county clerk. was called on to perform three ceremonies after Miss wedding Christensen had Issued as many licenses to: Robert H. Dudley and Miss Dona Perry, both of Mapleton; Atelee Mlgliore, of Sunnyside, and MIbs Grosso, of Springville; Angellne Frank V. Hardman. of Pleasant Grove and Miss Grace H. Smith, of A wonderful chance to get into dairying and farmning. We will sell or trade our equity, bal. runs 6 per cent for ten years. What have you to offer. Call 780-R-- WE8TERN JISSC t. LA SKY PRESENTS RODOLPH BUILDING AND LOAN WIU WHY makes easy Installment loans. No waiting tor your turn. See Provo Consolidated Real Estate. a day. to 150 i. greater, reaching 125 ferent point of view This average was Increased playing a game and mathtn. a day after the release of wits against unseen opponent .V t.l.. "Moran of the Lady Letty" and an- fans! finH other: secretary was engaged to Joy even If they do cause tk handle the letter writing.inconvenience." When It was announced that Mr. Just like an Englishman wi Valeatlnd's Urst atarrina oicture his tea hour, Mr. Valentino te ku Paramount-woule "Blood correspondence hour. far Everm and Sand" which comes to the oetween five o'clock and dtow Columbia tonightand Tuesday, Ume. sven thirty, he worki m his fan mail took another unward his two secretaries answering fe shoot. ters. This Ume. howevpr u "I so I besufficient much to am mall get , complete the won wildered," Mr. Valentino said. "I'D and the star has to set aside , a week just for letter writta bet I have told where I was born night On that he burns the ten thousand times. But there is night oil night Jh'ronsh his itg going fascination about peculiar, getting of correspondence. letters from people all over the - Who said he would like to b,j prld. Each one presents a dif-- motion picture star - - SCENIC SPOTS CANT PROVO ADVERTISE Proro slbly the city commission can 7ail will) frame some sort of an or&l nance which will give the fire fel partment the right to remove thaw old buildings and fences aa tin nazaraa. .'. T f AID BACK In " Paid Back," the Unlversa: attraction at the Princes theater tonight and Tuesday, fr ing Cummings directed Gladjj all-st- The scenery around the new high school building pleases ( First publicaUpiLSepL18; last neitherHeachenr arofpiipiS. publication Oct. 16, 1922.) "And I do not believe It pleases added anyone else," Principal H. R. In Ohio, the Cincinnati Automo- Atkln, out the scenic pointing bile club maintains approximately spots within eye distance of one of 25 first aid garages for Its mem- the' finest school buildings in the bers. state. The Daily Herald reporter gave the scenery the once over. It is not the sort of scenery one has in mind when he advises his friends at distant. points "to come to Provo and get an eyeful of the finest scenery nature ever manufactured." Nature didn't manufacture the scenery around the high school. TONIGHT AND 5 at Dlood and Sand' QCclure paramount ence became n FOR SALE Young milk cow, 165 Call 906 W. Center. I1 'fa the Success does not come to S mo tion picture star without its cor responding difficulties, according to Rudolph Valentino, Paramount newest screen luminary. Life from the popular star has become in the last few months just an orgy 01 correspondence, ueiore Mr. Valentino appeared In Rex Ingram's "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," he recieved only eight or ten letters a week from movie fans. Every Sunday then, he took a couple of hours to clean up his letter writing. Following the "Four Horsemen," his mail jumped to fifty letters a day and a secretary had to be hired to help answer them. Then came "The Shiek" and a flood of correspond- - Springville. Then Bishop L. L. Nelson said Moss words that made William both of and Trilma Anderson, Eureka, one. Four licenses on Friday broke that "unlucky day" record in the clerk's office. Also t was one NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ceived." reason why County Clerk Hales Price 60e, at all dealers. Don't was three minutes laie ai me Estate of Jopeph V. Smith. De- simply ask for a kidney remedy Reoublican convention. ceased. same Doan's of the Pills the four oldest The Kidney get briaesiy, Creditors will present claims that Mr. Madsen had. the youngest, 17. N. Y. Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, Three of the bridegrooms are zi, with vouchers to the undersigned at 772 West Center street, Provo Advertisement. and one is twenty. City, Utah, on or before the 25th day of November, 1922. SPANISH FORK POSTOFFICE Fork has been signed. Dated this 16th day of Septem' WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept.18. The contract was enterei into Largely through Senator Reed between the treasury ilepartnieiit ber, 1922. LOUISE. SMITH, Smoot's efforts as chairman of the and the firm of George A. Whit-meyAdministratrix. & Sons, of Ogden Utah, for United States building commission a contract for the erection of a $39,800. The building must be com- Booth & Brockbank, Attorneys. government building at Spanish pleted within 12 months. 1 WANTED Cupid Defies ' BrockwelL Stuart Holmes, Mahlon Edna Murphy, Kits Hamilton, Price, Lillian West, Arthur Stewart Hull, Fllfred Lucas and other play ers of real prominence. to surely Is. Gladys Brockwell was a star toe one company for three yean. Tb last big success she bad in this affiliation was "The Sage Hen." Ai a star, she ranked among the high- - est. ' Stuart Holmes Is a villain it luxe "of the screen. He has beei featured In clotures and in acker- ttsing many times. Mahlon Ham-Is ilton's name has been featured many a production, and he Is one of the most popular leading men. Man did it Kate Price is a screen "mother" Mr. Atkln has taken some photo No graphs of the "scenic spots" com- with a wide following of fans. po plained of. The photographs flat- character actress has a greaterknow ter the scenery. They hide the ularity, and producers have worst spots, the tin cans, the un- this and played her name up a used barns, the delapidated wood- publicity. Edna Murphy is a popbut sheds and the building that were lar leading woman, very young, not all bad looking fifty years ago. very near success and stardon. Stewart High school officials and teach- Wilfred Lucas and Arthur ers (and not a few of the students) Hull have been "big" in character Lilllaa take a vast amount of pride in their tolas for many years, andin juve- school building. They keep the West is decidely popular school vards snic and soan. But I nlle feminine leads. mmseir nas iwe they can't tear down old buildings j nummninKs men of the although they haven't been used for one of the most popular his popularenounced but waste screen, of anything but the storage rity as an actor to battle for recogni for decades. Principal Atkin believes that pos- - tion as a director. PRINCESS - FOR RENT Upstairs apartment. partly furnished, modern. Apply 186 W. Center, upstairs. FOR RENT Two basement apartments; bath and heat. 745 N. University Ave. 8 7:30, 9:15 GLADYS BROCKWELL TUESDAY WITH LI LA LEE ako NITA CtQammountQidure FOR BOARD AND ROOM cali 290 N 4th E. NALDI il Imagine Valentino a toreador, a fiery In the greatest story the author of Spanish lover "The Four Horsemen" everwrote. Produced by the man who made "The Three Musketaers." A Fred Niblo Production. From the novel by Vincente Blasco Ibanez and the play by Tom Cushing. Scenario by June Mathis. dare-dev- FOR RENT board.' Two nice rooms, with 112 E. Center. FOR RENT Three furnished mod- ern rooms for light housekeep70 E. 2nd S ing. t 4 3 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms. 650 E. 2nd S. - I ROOM AND BOARD W. 1st S.. Apt. 2. Mr 9 You are losing money unless you trade with the Wasatch Produoe. tf ft Ail r '5- WANTED At once, young man to ,,,help In shipping department Jenkins Knitting Mills Co. - GOOD BOARD for N. 4th E. 4 it FOR i ' lb AW RENT S-1-9 t" A 326 Sleeping rooms, with or without, board. 150 S. 1st W. ilsl V students at MICHELJN Cord Tires Compare These Prices With Those of the Best Cord Tires of Any Make 30 x FOR 32 x 4 $22L50 33 x 4 $23.35 SALE Twelve barrels, $1.50 each. Provo Bakery. WANTED Students' board room, $5 per week. Phone Also COMEDY pensive Methods in the Kitchen? The Best Methods are the Cheapest Consider the matter of"putting; up fruit." There is positively a better way a cheaper a cleaner way and an easier way to way can fruit at home than the 31 o $12.75 Quality Cords at Less Than Fabric Prices 791-R-- kinds of vege- ton. 612 R. Gay, 314 Ward Battery Slain 0-1- 2 FOR RENT Light housekeeping 130 W. 4th N. Tooms. 1 FOR RENT partly modern house, also .bottles for sale. 132 B. 1st W. w 9 . ONE NIGHT, 8 :15, SEPT. 25 Prices 50c to $2.50. "Mail Orders Now." 1 never enjoyed a pla; more n my life." Herbert Free to St Eversharp Pencil given with each $5.00 purchase of school supplies. A $1.00 silver plated Original Metropolitian Company 39 People Eversharp Pencil given with each purchase of school supplies. With a Gas Oven Second West and Center Streets. Provo, Utah. $2.50 A 50c This offer is" for the vveek September 18 to' 23. Get yours today. 4" IJMH Taylor Paper Co. LINCOLN "YOUR STATIONER" Provo, Utah. ADVICE FREE 6 beets, carrots and . . properly Ventilated Theater In Provo." Only Wiamrfam'grJrl way. CAL- L- FOR 8ALE Dressed chickens; spring cockerels, 33c lb.: old hens 80c lb. We deliver. Phone FOR SALE All tables, mangle pumpkins by the W. 4th 8. Phone . "The OVEN CANNING and 501-- "PAID BACK" A Universal Special Ex- OF COURSE EVERY WOMAN WILL NOT. 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