|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
TAGESIX.. ' THE PROVO HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1925. iruHty.. drama lif manager and Mlsa . r T. Lvkeulets " Reporter, Mr. ttrttiir'lia Scott T 7, . The cortals will rise promptly eight o'clock, Joseph Shaw, - Jime passes faster. LST your wits are Keener 1 tahdp. Soothjnfand twert to smokers. Re- - frshh4 r" ' ' ' & f.YffY'N JSttSkV "" JS-- . .. ' r' 0 "after every tzcal' PRODUCTION Mr. and Mra. tained at their borne Saturday evening at a birthday 'party In honor of their daughter Elsie whose birthday annl versa7 secured os that day. Games and music were the fteture of the evening after which a delicious luncheon waa served. A number of ladles called at tUe home of Mr. Mayme Cliueer Wed aeday afternoon and spent a pleaa- time with . (Sal, present, wm-jar. Ma me McMsnrars of Mjdvale,, Mrs. Well of , BUfihanJ?; krs. George Bench,' Mra. Mens Psttea An hip Maag, Mr. LaVern Maitg, and Mm Lena Gammon of . Vineyard; Mrs. Dob C. IWUlams, Mr. Julia Pa ft on. and Mrs. Josephine fwiilge of Provo; Mrs. Nora Taylor, Mf. Tennie .Cllnger, - Mm. Ray. Williamson.-Mrs- , Francis Johusout Mrs. Ruth Johnson and, Mra. Joseph Shaw of Lakeview. ium hlSSg'wHal va when drvf I I irg after htttTy steals. I i VxiVf ; ltVl. TV-lfShsC'S steadia-wtthMVig- - f H ' Wood Da via enter- ... .. STAGED ATT If IleEToIav UAECZIXI-NG- SOc Phone-1004-- 23fl W. 2nd 8. r . 'feS5fer&0" s t The famous and beautiful ptay I Were King." will be presented by Woman to care for two the student body of the- - Brigham WANTED small ' children and keep house. The Belief Society of the Grand, Tonng university in College nan two view ward will entertain at a dance Give teferencea, age and qnaliflea-tionsights, Thursday and Friday, March ' Write Thee W. Tickers, 170 in the ward amusement hall Mon- 1 and J& v. ' N. University.: .; day evening. 5ood Oldsmobile car, only . The play la a spectacular mi and A SNAP driven 5000 mllea.. Call 5. The Lincoln high school J nolo? is filled with dramatic situation. Prom will be held la the gymnasium The lines, according to Katheryn B. h. p. Falrbanks-- ' FOB. SALE Friday evening, March 211. The slo- Pardoe, who la coaching the cast, Morse gas engine and gan o the evening will im "An are of unusual beauty, She la of one of the best pumn. Call evening with nature." The decora- the opinion that it is ever best hot the if presented play tions and programs will be carried FOB SALE Daffodils. 50c and 75c sat to TOrreapond with the " slogan. it 4h4inliersltyTli production, a .dozen. .Ladles' Floral. Phone Good music has been arranged for on account of the new scenery, the 446. M17 necessiother and nines spedaFcost and everyU)dy Is Invited. tlxe will cost bon) than 1200. ' e FOB raspberry "I have neve heard a play with - plants. Call 804-M 20 Mrs. afternoooo Alvln more beautiful inea and with a Thursday Lunceford entertained at birthday greater number ef dramatic sitna-tion- s FOB SALE Rawlelgh's . good party at her home in honor of her that keep the audience tense,1' health products,' llnament ointson Clyde whose seventh birthday Mra. Pardee said, in discussing the ments,' : toilet articles, extracts, n nlvers ry ocenred on that day. production. The cast that has been spices, food products, etc. .Phone Games and music were the diver- selected 04O-208 E. 4th S. by .the competitive process, your order, sions of the afternoon. Dainty re- too, will be able to do " , justice to the freshments were served. ..-.- ' great piece. "The play follows the novel very WANTED TO BENT urnlshed house ' by responsible This Indicates that the id the carefully. TimpWednesday evening iM-2 -- CU 785B--L partyrIs Were King anogos ward amusement hall the story good, stpceH i in story form waa One of the most graduates of the seminary gave nnfnr-nisbe- d FOB RENT 3 or ' party to the bishoprics in the dis- wldelv rerfd novels of Its dav." apj. At a bargain, 330 Glen Guyman as Villon and Jor trict. The following bishop were E. 2nd. 3. present: James Clark of Timpano dan Rust as the king, make good gos, M. E. Kartchner of Grandview, pair to build a performance around. FOB SALE Butck Four touring. K. B. Walker, of Pleasant View, They are ably seconded In their ef no better ssed car ; can be bought Samuel Blake ofVlneyard. W. W, forts by such talented actors and for the money. Jolley, 40 N. 3rd W. ." MIT r Taylor af Lskeview, Orson IX Prent-- actresses sa Amy Jackson., Ivy Keil- wMnff Sharon. "A program which son, Celestia Johnson; Melba Con- lueludeiLlhe followingjnnilters was die and a host of.others equally tal FOB SALE At National Pump ' Company, rug stepladder, sweeper, given : reading, Alfred , Madsen ; ented. l The play Is to be presented two 222 pint Jars, lawn mower, hose, Taylor; reading. Miss Bernlece Dnckett and song by Juel nights In Provo, Mrs. Pardoe says, sprinkler, wringers large crocks, Anderson.' Games and music were becausershe is sure all of the real table, etc. the entertainment for the remaind- theater "lovers will wish to see a er of the evening. A delicious lunch- masterpiece of this kind. Tickets NOTICE TO FBUIT GBOWEBS 'will be on sale early this week. . eon was served. i3i Lj 1 : MWWWMMWIIIWWIflflflrtftW : ; " -- - ffiiW - Roman Meal . f smncs IU- ' J a properly balaoeed food, enjoyed each day soma way will make you regular at clockwork I - account ) HJ.mia . ltHBIB. 2ZJ of the Rnth, Stone. afternoon will be spent With games and luncheon. TtuthandjrQUE Mrs. Lavern Maag entertained at supper Thursday evening at her home In honor of Mrs. Berry of Suit Lake and Mrs. Harry Gunimon. Savings Account Everybody knows the story of George Washington and the cherry tree. It is the story of Truth. And a Savings Account tells the truth uhrmvnn tYvi?": -- song,-Car- A ffffewell . Timpariogos Grandview COLUMBIA 8:15 - TONIGHT, 25c, 40c, 50c - e-AC- ORPHEUM. Vaudeville f-- h Farmers chants Bank iiii;iiiiiiiiiiiiitnniiiiniiiiuum Four Shows Daily 2:30, 4:00, 7:30, 9i00 MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY ALICE "JOYCE" KENNETH HARLAN WALTER LONG ' .in . - - ; NEWS WEEKLY . Comedy. "HERE AND THERE", COMING! "CAPITAL--1 L PUNISHMENT'' with ANNA Q. NILSSON TUESDAY Emery Johnson's t . a-. POLOS -- Backache V VAPORUB GREAT-ESTGAM- . . r The cider press on Lakeview road will operate for, custom work Thursday, last time. THURSDAY" 815, Sits yovx- )- M-1- 8 ,: FOB SALE Building lot Inquire Mrs. Mary J. Ward, 472 8. 3rd E. : .. , Phone 676-J- . A-1- 6 . CABPET8 CLEANED by experts; open for business . March 23. Watch for phone number. Abex T 23 Carpet Cleaning Co. LOST Squirrel choker, near Elisa beth Apartments. Call eel. Beward. - . M-1- 6 BENT FOB CaU Three-roo- If you want to win unfnr-ntshe- d game, The Wise Old Bird says & ahame house, close in ; garden lot 610 W. lat S. ' after 6 p. in. M-2- 0 . Tuesday afternoon the Ladies' Aid of the Community Congregational church will bold their sewing hour and also a covered dish supper in the Men Trope hall. Each lady will bring a covered dish and alt the husbands are urged to be present. AU members and. friends- of the Ladles Aid and Community church are cordially Invited to be present. .,.., ; Paying rent. I Douglas Fairbanks In "The Thief of Bagdad" will have Its presenta-tion.i- n this city at the Columbia theater Wednesday and Thursday. It Is significant that those Intereat- ed In this new Fairbanks picture have not resorted to! the use ef adjectives thaf have become nauseating to moving picture devotees, such as the phrases it's : See us now for bargains and terms. Farms, all .kinds, sizes and prices. Some exceptional ba gains in homes and building lots. HOMELAND REALTY - - - - COMPANY 28. " It WEDNESDAY AND --E- ve. Telephone 281. N. Univ, - Phone 35. Thiol of Bagdad" have r come - to write of it, they had first swallowed a bushel f alphabets and crammed , down all the various books on the market no riispsod-.-. ical have .they been in describing it. Andiall this goes to prove that when a great picture comes along it Is wise not to make too big a . brag about it in advance itbat is, give those who are Invited to see and Judge a chance to venture n opinion. As to the substance of the story; it is a glorious fantasy of the Arabian Nights a fanciful story of lorn and adventure, luld In fin imaginary world of fancy, andaboundlng In amuxing happeningsor as one scrllie has put It "unbelievable wonders," such, for instance, as the Flying Carpet - the Winged norse, that flies through the clouds, and "classical master"The world's piece of fllmdom." first evample of artistic perfection," and all that sort of thing. Here is a picture that does' not call sesquipela aom& dalians to describe It thing so. hew and heretofore undreamed of in picture making, that it requires no nbsurd overstatements. It is what heretofore thought"beyond' the camera's capacmoving picture ity to realize. here reaches its apex. Yet, one might numerous other like flabbergasting, well Imagine that when thecritlcs conceptions, actually brought to life. of such cities as have' seen "The And for Its presentation In this city, HONEYMOON - , r.. 'super-picture," E" JOHNNNIE WALKER and Hal Roach Comedy "HAUNTED Shows i.'.c 101 N. Univ. Ave. Provo. "super-special,- lys "WHITE MAN" Pfr jour tailoring THIEF OF BAGDAD. and- - "LIFE'S - - 'VANITY'S PRICE' to-w- it iR'St-seller- G TS .Junior . : M-2- 2 M-2- 2 partrwill be given in The free dance given by the farm the near future for Mr. and Mrs. O. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS RILE OF RHVL PROPERTY. bitrean proved a big success. A large I), Campbell of Grandview who will crowd was In attendance and a. good leave soon to make their home in Provo. ' .' with time enjoed by all. LejeuijbuAa-Aeaf-tt In the District Court of ( the werful institution Fourth Judicial District of the tell the story of your life. Mr. and Mrs. Ram Cordner and State of Ctah, in and fpr the Coonty ' Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Kartchner of Utah. Start today! motored to Salt Lake Monday. Just a Bmall amount "and Lmils Thompson, plaintiff, vs. then regular weekly deJames Irvine, defendant. To be sold at sheriffs sale Thursposits which willdraw inMAS'? "WHITE Mrs. Ft Wofflmleo. Reporter, terest, day the 0th day tf. April, 1025, at eleven o'clock, a. m., of said day, at Saturday evening the "M" men of & MerAn afternoon or evening . spent the front door of the County Court the Timpauogos ward entertained at at the home of Marion Pat- this week at the Strand theater will House of Utah County, State' of ten. a Games and music wore the lie well Invested from an entertaln-men- t Utah, situated In Provo, Utah the rlghtitle, standlmllit.- - The inanagement" eottntyr'tahi-a- H feiitnrvs of the evening' after w has secured what we believe to be claim and Interest of the above luucheon Vas served. one of the most ' unusual film named defendant, James Irvine, of, Wierertr they $eU good caaJj Miss Ethel Hill has returned to shown In this city in nianv a dav. In and to the following described : her home on Provo Bench after Its title "White Man," will recall real property, Lot Number Three (3) in Block to your mind that it is an adaptain Lake. winter Suit the sending tion of George A Knew Chamberlain's Sixty Eight (68) ta Townslte of school popular novel first published as a Elberta, Utah County, State, of Tntrons of the Spencer held community day at the school serial in the Women's Home Com Utah, containing 4.542 acres more The play grounds panion and siilisequehtly carried or less. Together with all water house Friday. .were cl? aned and a nyv cement side through mrfny months at the top Bf rights, priveleges and appurtenances a ' " thereto belonging- .walk put around tluvbtiilding. The the list of The purchase rjrice payable - in The film version has preserved all SlTll of flw wionJ. 8?!cdi 'iy 'beir mothers' prepared a delicious dinner tlio picturesque atmosphere of the lawful money of the United States and book and has graphically brought to of America. which was .served to the Dated at Provo, Utah County. thrir fathers. I n the evening a big life many thrilling moments that or State Jof Utah,thl814tli-da- y dnnce was he!T In the Timpanogos make it Ideal picture material. EVEBY BITES A DEUCH1 ward amusement ball. A large March 1025. . J. Hf BOYD. Sheriff of Utah County, State of (feiliii)fer.Kitt-gft.4owaF(l ' - .. Utah. in a cement walk f rom the H of head or cheat r more easily putting A. sheriff of Elias Gee, deprily By Lincofn high school tojhtf seminary ! treated externally with Utah county, state of Utah. bniiaiiig'. BOOTH A BROCKBANK. GET RH) )F Attorneys for Plaintiff. Lincoln "high "school "play Provo People Point the Way. Provo, Utah. Bob" lie will Mr. "Bashful repeated Million The of constant bad a Jan tW Yearly aching Opt I? Publication dates : Mar. school In the high evening Thursdayback, 6, 1025. , April nnd The weariness, the tired fcelingt gymnasium by special re(iiest also to christen the new velour curBAKER & BAKER Headaches, dizziness, nervousness, tain recently purchised for the Distressing urinary disotders Attorneys and t'ounselors-at-LaTHE WHITE ELECTRIC Are often signs of failing kldneTsi stiie. -Provo, Utah. : Sold on Convenient Terms to too Izola And serious be neglected. The piny is directed by Miss .Splendid bargains in used maGet rid of these troubles !v': fclO to $15. Machines I'se Doan's Pills--j- i stimulant chines from for rent Expert repairing for 'diuretic to the kidneys. ; s. r all makes. Hosts of people recommend : MACHINE SEWING Doan's. WHITE COMPANY This is a Provo case. ' ? Phone 49. You can verify it. 275 W. Center. 7"Tonjr Dnmlco, proprietor shoe shop, 127 X. University Ave., says: "I had lameness and aching in my back. It was sore and often times dlfflcnlt'for me to stoop. "My kidNight-N- ext neys acted too freely and the secretions were highly colored. I used a box of Doan's Pills and ' they Thousands uf TtBttsftcd nserg feel helped tuyTtick a lot. My kidneys that way about . normal and I felt - a J$k? - and see who gets the (Hiilt and help to celebrate the Re- Now annual day. lef Society's coma andi don't be late. March IT.. I!t25. The following program will be given : song by Relief Society chorus, "Ixive's Old Sweet Song;' prayeri hiHtory of the Relief 8wlety by Mrs. Henrietta Larserij vocal duet, Mrs. Irydla Eking and Mrs, Ella' Ilerhertson : piano solo, Miss r.i'ils T.aren: Temark, President Ma dnefff readinji, - M rs. H ttrnwih Annie W, Mufti;; one act play "J(int fW'Omeri" under the direction of Mrs. - carpenter do jpur crimb f 1ri H3vea -- tailor M-2- 2 ' ; flSuitS $25.00 to $65.00; Extra Pants at Cost J. 481-K-- .. e SALE-i-Choic- RepwUr, Mrs. (it. T. Welta. TekiihoM T)o Tailor-mad- ' , Vineyard Qothes as Cheaply as the Other Kind. Men Who Are Hard to Fit and Those Who Are Careful Dressers Can Have Exactly What They Need at Prices They Are Glad to Pay. WANTED Work by the day wUl do hoosec leaning, l'none 801-- -- Mr. and Mra. Jnwe Sumslon spent Wcducsdajr in Salt Lak vlsltlnjf with relatives and friends. lMSLEl?Ir7T SEALED TIGHT r I It Possible taBuy Modern Tailoring Methods Make M-1- 8 are visiting mothPf; MtS. anby Scott- ;- : 1 Says: , 481-J-2- .. with-Sturpl- MITCHELL, The Tailor s. Mra. GerneU Sturgts and baby of Eaifcka 4 . at ihe 25, 35c. 50c. , Absolute Satisfaction In , Monumental Work ... . n o) cf r ' r OOUCbAS - -;- ... "One I at Day Bright" fine." Price COc, at all dealers. Don't siniply ask for a kidney .remedy get Donn'a PMs thetiame that-M- rr Damtco had. CoM Mfrs, Buffalo, N. T. Advertisement. . . Foster-Milbur- n ; The Hedquist Drug Stores for two ' weeks have given you. a - - GOLD PLATED AUTO STRAP - . . RAZOR FOR 67c . arelncreasing our offer and adding a large 50c oTube of Shaung-- t Cream. Regular valu, razor, strap and "' cream, $1.50. If I Fail to Grow Hair FOR THREE DAYS ONLY 82c . . Now we Mcnday, Tuesday, Wednesday One set to a customer, ALSO A FEW SPECIALS .orMagngsia .... 39 "93' Hair Tonic v.C. . , :'.n,.7."'.03tT Beef, Iron and Wine. .. . . .89 16oz." Milk aG-o- z. . -. .- . . Headquist Drug Stores PROVO PLEASANT GROVE- -; SPRINGVlLLE Oriental Hair Root Hair Grower - " jar. . - , . Agents Wanted Prof. M. S. Crosse r. Winnipeg, Man. 1839 Main St.-.--" It is the. distinctive service that goes with each '. ; ; ' product. ' When you purchase, a Memorial, you want three un- ... :. .' portant factors of construction v fK$ muil y Happineu tamed" M: . 'Jq tfiji . ' They work naturally and 'fcjrm no habit Pleasant to take, easy in --ac,tion,-aafe '. and sure. r ? Good for children as -- well as adults. , Box of fio Orderlies 50c HEDQUIST DRUG CO. &alL Star pTovo"Utah7T!r7" ', . . - v : Design, Material and Finish . 'To this must be added the satisfaction of efficient service. render. Princess . SUDOG" . . ' Fairbanks IWilliam """ ; .arid Comedy," .. JT' f now : Beesley Marble & Granite Works , Starring with the service we - " "SHERIFF OF! i You will be. pleased is the time to place your order for spring delivery, You will profit by 80 doing. A large variety from : . which to select- '. ' "IHONDAV AND TUESDAY ' " . ALUSEATSlOc . - - . , , ORDERLIES Greatest. World's Hair Grower, grows hair on bald heads. It must not be put where hair is not wanted. Cures dandruff and all scalp troubles. $1.75 .per ... : $50 Reward IB That is what you want That is what we give. J It is not only the splendid qualitr :of Beesley Memorials that give our customers the satisfaqtion wottdcrful love story to set your pulses going a wealth of aaven- Mirnns Inrirlents 'triat will stir you to a rousing pitch of excitement Just South of Tabernacle. u . I Provo, Utahrrrr. "