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; ' 7 - 7 f ftr"" II one r' ' : lot of silk dresses -- j jjIES' SUITS AT A SAqMFICE-- WE ' ' 'v " ' Values from $25.00 to $50.00. Saturday Special . . " ' $i v ::.f Y STRD7E RATINE. vi z. 855r-P- ONE LOT l ' ::v.m DAY "Extra-Stretc- h A V SUNDAY, MAY 13 Top" Once you wear this stocking, you will always insist on it. The Holeproof "Extra-Stretc- h Top" stocking is not only the most comfortable stocking made, g all limbs snugly, whether large or small, without binding, but it prevents "runs" or "ladders" arising from garter strain. We offer this popular style in Silk at 1.65, and in Lisle at 75 cents. The . day of the greatest woman in the world YOUR MOTHER fit-tin- V SILK HOSE, ALL COLORS . Have you a good picture of her? Has she a good picture of you? Make 25 ALL PAISLEY AND COMBINATION DRESSES, PER CENT DISCOUNT. SHOES IS COMPLETE GRAY, WHITE, BLACK, COMBINA- A TI0XS, PATENT, KID AND SATIN HIGH AND LOW HEELS. Jenkins Knitting Mills tt T Th 50 l- Rollow Studio Where the Light is Always Company v that appointment today. Good. - North University-- A venue 4 nr. Center. ' : . Phone OLD world kin. '...'. While "Souls for Sale" is basically a story 6F motion picture WEST SCENE Hoot Gibson, the inimitable West- and the making of photoefincreen humorist of "The Gentle-m- o players tells one of those stories it from America," "Kindled plays, of every-da- y Courage" and other Universal succpeople and their reacesses, will be seen at the Princess tions of life and to teach each other tieater tonight and Saturday in the which have (given Mr. Hughes his starring role of a rollicking comedy standing and his reputation both as inm of the old west, "Dead novelist and as motion picture GaBe.". . alffhorHairectpr , -"Dead Game is a tale of a young Mr. HUghea was given a cast of man of the Texas ranges who. knew players which is second to none the ranges and his horse awfully which hag ; ever appeared in any veil but when it came to women he Kfyldwyn picture. (Chief (Interest a terrific loss for knowledge. An old man sitting on a rail fence rudeiy Informed him that be was a "4umb cell" where the ladies were wncerned. Prom then on the "le m love was spirited and all who were .entangled iaft. A t wwa or Dramatic picturing. Princess 1 WW H nywrDim iair to become one of the most celebrated films of the present year. In the, cast are a galaxy of stars which is unusual to find in one It numbers Blanche photoplay. Sweet, Barbara La Marr, Lon Chaney, June Elvidge, Elmo - Lin coln, John Bowers, Louise Fazenda, Zazu ' Pltss, Hank Jtfann, Victor Potel, Edward Connelly and others no less celebrated. "Qujncy Adams Sawyer" was di 5O,M0guIden The cast of,characters is as fol lows: Kid Connor, Dan Keeler; Con Kidder, Carl Christensen; Burg master Von Borgen, H. R. Merrill; . Frans, the Sheriff; Glen Guyman; MUlem, the Innkeeper, Alonzo Mor-- : ley; Joshua? Pe&nyfeatfaer," Hal Bentley; GwernofeemniMe rill Bunnell; Doris Van Dam, lover, Richard Condle; Tina, daughter Keeler: Virginia 11 rected Ty ClareneeUa Gretchen, daughter lot the Burgo was adapted 4jy Benard'McConville master, Celestia Johnson; Bertha, from the novel, and was produced sister of the Burgomaster, Violet Arthur by Sawyer andfBry iub Johnson; Countess, Marguerite. in. Metro is sole disributor. Jepperson; artist models, servants, sons, daughters, etc." U $7.00 ' Maxme "Dead Game" experienced players, capable Columbia theater, althnnirh hta Mae Busch, Barbara La Marr, Frank had has by, no" means lost its cun-Mayo, Richard Dix and Lew Cody. Hint In Ida iani,i.-- . .v. j There ,1s a score more actors in the UtUe realls'tlo touchB nf nriiin. cast, majority of whom are known rf u which Titni fans, on Monday evBning under the direction of Professor Florence Jepperson Madsen of the B. T. U., is a most amusing and interesting one. ' Tte scen 4s In Holland, where the Governor of Zeeland is seeking the hand of Gretchen, the beautiful daughter of Burgomaster Van Borgen. But unfortunately she loves ALL HEELS T0 'far- M $9.00 sfcau KJ UimS Riga r- r -s r ; ' ONE Values .. X ONE LOT r,' GOU)WYN K High, low and military heels. Values to 16.95. . $2i95. j ii . . M.4 FElV CLIPPERS Taiues to $1.75. 98c ; 49c male - "" ' A MWO. Written RUPERT . iUrHARD DK ?.Vef.rf y H4CJ'1T.S , GOLDWYNf FQpSlS- -- the "' - - and- - COMEDY Columbia Tbeatre MONDAY, MAY 14. "v BATH value. First Presentation in the' West of Victor Herbert's : . n Comic Opera. " t " i' presented by the 29c 1 iM Ml - - . "" . . , f ' . . .... - " . u ; ; ;r Directed by - . " OF THE BIUGHAM YOUNG. UNIVERSITY. , MRS. FLORENCE JEPPERSON MADSEN. ; i . Y r:;- Stayed by N PROF. T. EARL PARDOE MAIL ORDERS NOW, .. .. ' m Box Office Opens Monday, 10, A. M. Evening 8:15, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1. ; v. Well-Know- MUSIC DEPARTMENT HyCjKTOWELS ' 19c value. , -- . - ''' ' . . . ... . . . . pmtatt SHOES AND " READ THESE SPECIALS 9 LADDJS' 1 fe Last Day of Our j t RUPERT HUGHES PICTURE TOWELS U.4I 1 Cast.-.- LOT LARGE TURKISH PUMPS AND OXFORDS : f - FRANK. SLIPPERS J - Sizes from 3 to 8 for. . . .$1.49 Sizes from 8 to 12 for. . .SI .95 -F- OR- ' : " r i I TONIGHT AND SATURDAY Shows 2 :.30, 4, 7 :30, 9 15. 1-'.':- Over 10 million people ' read the novel by. Charles Felton Pidgin. N r to $1.25. 29c al CHILDREN'S BIG-ATIRAGTO- J . Adams ' Sawyer Nineteen Big Stars in SILK STRIKED DRESS VOILE i ft s with : ONE LOT it . onucp, Buster Brown Shoes COMEDY 7 Ctetnbla M Shoes foe Men Shpesforfflentto Kibbon 'oervice dlue and ot-th- Quincy makr-hff-TTinlr- ftt KM THSlunlDTa f The BiiswBi WWIifjttOEMORt Hoot Gibson m theater " a . NESfcMQDELS . Jat be' presented rONIGHT AND SATURDAY SATURDAY i-n- "The of There is half a century of expert shoemakihg behind the shoes we sell ; Buy our Shoes and you will not be disappointed. TONIGHT AND Rupert floghes has never been Sals" and a long term contract note dramatic in the picturing of with Goldwynl Five other lmpor-tna- t rtoiy than his newest Goldwyn roles in the' film .are actecTby fllo. "Souls for Sale,", now at the and t STRAND fashion. - tu -- Soft Grays and Sands are in the height of v- 10c will, perhaps:" center In Eleanor Boardman who portrays the lead' ing role. In "the brief space of a year, this actress has risen from film Mtra. to utar. Her beauty and magnetic charm have had but little to do with this sudden rise to fame. It was the excellent work in "Gimme," "The Strangers Banquet'' and "Vanity Fair" which won .for her the leading role in "Souls for v "- px&T; father, who ft anxlourpat fiage shall be tot iwrnmated. Tb? 4v tamer Toners . au.wo gutaen-iorj- e return. Two .American tramps. Kid,, (Jot nor and Con Kidder appear ea th scene and jy their, Yankee clevK. ness,, succeed (n CQompUcatln'g mat' tors admireable and satisfactorily exctttot.humorons,UndMr4L--t anih securing the - the Strand theater, yesterday, war presented for the first time QuTncyAdamssawyer,"-- i scfeefi" version of the popular novel of the same name jsMchjatalished the fame of its author, Charles Feltonl Pidgin, in ttr lorm Is proved a highly interesting piece of work In these days a reputation is a safer guide to yalue than "looks." ALL SEATS the nd ' hides Mil Infft. thus governor' ktfd." her, AT Red Mill," Victor Herbert's comic opera, to " photography by John Mescall is far beyond the ordinary and is a feast of delight to the eye. In the, riil hanntflil RED MILL PLOT. - big-scal- e, j another and runs away I , ' The production Is on a rising to the spectacular climax in the burning of the great circus. The e - 695-- I Holiest Values X--S. v. ' l defying The-plo- IS 0 ' , r, QU1NCY ADAMS 8AWYER. ;r ,. Try the Haleproof 33c OUR STOCK OS ap" O I I U L-..-:,-.:-- I 23c - , ;: : , $ T er OF PRETTY FIGURED ORGANDIES, VOILES, FLAXONS, CREPES AND LAWNS VALUES TO $1.25. Wli5 GRADE ' . .. b ( X : 121c : MOTHER'S - AND VOHiES Yard Values to ; I'i i;" ' On: All Ladies9 CoxOtlmd Suits . ONE LOrTdF PRETTY LIGHT FIG-.iCTrrr tu tn. wvvr7 yuura IN ' ' - . ., W jlfli - "yj HAVE A GOOD VARIETY 20 PER CENT DISCOUIT ON ALL PLAID AND r THE HERALD, FRIDAY, MAYti; 1923. A i f '