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PAGE SIX, -- TIIE PEOVO EVENING HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH SI. 1925.' COUNTY NEWS RELIABLE mm chain DEPARTMENT - - TV STORE 0. l jU ORGANIZATN? - QUALITY 571 DEEAEIMENT STQRE3 286 West Center StiProTPi, Utah. ! SHARON CONFERENCE .(Special Men's Worsted Suits In Neat Pattern The English Model The bell riheers for Spring! Sty,' unto fashiouableaeas t -- J .. . ... They are tne Dig, ouikuu ture of the campus and all school .. $24-7-5 . and college Iuncttons. lwiv f Exceptional rValues Two button single breasted. Plato Tat back without vent, semi-bhtrousers. and straight hanging- greyfa neat stripes, fancy mixtures and ovcrplaids. Exceptional values at $16.75 $19.75 $24.75 ' A The Hummer New Wa?erly SomsCUasI A Spring Marathon Hat - Model, as illustrated ! three but-to- n, single breasted, notch collar,, iplaia pockets with, flaps, back slightly fitted. - An Excellent Value at a Low Price Of on tan calf; Smart lines yet combin ing comfort with, style; Goodyear welti; medium tot and rubber heel. At tbi economy pfiee 'of pin-tnet- a! well-ma- Young Men's Oxfords Smart Style Big Value Pit; has style, quality of material and trim, value and a very low price. soil proof bands, silk trimming and Sana lining. Stria, value, aualhy arrtaiag yottNwant at a verg Leather band. slllr trim- -. and satin lining. In and, pearl and greystone: A won- der at kwBciao 1NDIANSPLAN rOMiN INIVAM BIG LAND HONESTYrCOUR' HELPFULNNES& Tash As an organisation, and Carry" Skaggs Stores, realize, that no nirtitutim can suremi itt a btj way unless it is a definite benefit to that portion of the eonuminitjt it serves, , Our constant effort Is to be truy a Benefit U every one whom we serve. We endeavor to offer only dependable nterdiandiHe at price which we know will gave :.our patrons money; to giyej? ounces to the pound : be ewt and fair in all our dealings; to be courteous ' and helpful at all times. In short, our thought always to' serve you better and save you more. XUNUSUAL BARGAINS --Wednesday Until Noon PINEAPPJLE 2 for" 0 I MUUUlVRed, STEAKS M STEAKS,: 20c bone in, FLOUR Two Sacks for SALT PORK lb... Milli Bananas, per lb. , . .,; 73c, 99c HorUck's Malt- -' ed, H size.... 82c ;.12c ,. Ilead Lettfce, SDinach. Rhu barb, Moapa Asparagus, Green Onions, Fresh Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Radishes. MEATS VISIT OREM WEDNESDAT3I0RNING SPECIALS B Sresh-Gnrend- H c Veal Stew, lb. . . , :...X-.mChoice Lean Boils, lb.... .r.....;l2c lb. EIC Halibut, .;..30c lb. . . . . . . 25c Catfish, Lard, 3 lbs. ... . ..... . ... . . .v. '65c II riOll Holbrook Bllnn the distinguished character actor who delighted thousands with his delineation of the title role In The Bad Man" on the speaking stage, does the best work of his brilliant career as Louis y XI, in the Cosmopolitan "Yolanda," In which Marion Davies wilt be theater tonight and Wednesday. This is Mr. Blinn's first appear-- , ance with the Cosmopolitan forces and so successful is his portrayal of this difficult part that both public and press have; heralded his characterization as a gem of dramatic achievement The part of Louis XI, that cruel, crafty, sinister king of France, requires a masterful interMr. Bllnn has injected pretation. such force and power Into his work GQLUM BIA1 PRINCESS Shows 2:30, 4, 7:30, 9:15. Regular Prices. TONIGHT A.ND WEDNESDAY ALL SEATSlQc TONIGHT, 7:30, 9 :15 EDMUND COBB "BLASTED HOPES? and Comedy -- WEDNESDAY AND i i m i rxememDer JACK HOXIE ' in "THE CROWS NEST" m ... w mmm in Knighthood lMen Win Rower"! "THURSDAY llolandu rXemember Little Ol- d- 8 s Her Newest and Greatest Picture 'and-- . m TOPICS OF THE DAY Last Chapter of WAY OF A MAN" iiiiiuiisHxmiiinHiHiiiiiniinEiEuiiiiu SUltS ilEBETtJSBrt.l. Marehl (IP) Hundred of Indians of six- tfiVb4Hf. ton, whereby the Indians were to tie paid for laud ceded to the gov ernment.'. Individuals were to cmiHnsirt itw- -f or- - , while each tribe wait .to get $150,000. So far the government has failed teen tribe's on the North Pacific slope. havj? framed a request to the to meet the Indian's claims In Pnited States bureau of Indian af- anywhere hear the measure they befairs for tribal conferences to select lieve the treaties provide. wtiiiiiiii;iii;imniiiil!llllllllllll Four Shows Daily 2:30. 4:00. 7:30. 9:00 niiiimiiiiit)iiiiniiiiiimt)iiiiirt TONIGHT X X X V V V I - ' - s. XXX X. X : ' 35c 19c DCrPDA ACT Prime Rib, ...V.8f Eagle Brand . . 21 .;..67c, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY carton t(C( tUWilfor.. A M attorneys to press claims agajnst on old 'treat the government promises. In 1855 treaties were made wlfn and Comedy "THERE HE GOES" . . . 2 fo , IULa THE BATTLING ORIOLES" Large cans Broken Sliced, If AIT Tall cans Medium Exceptional values . ' Jarv. 26-- ot Fresh, qL 8 16-- Loganberry Strawberry Raspberry DROOMS SALTLAKERS (SneefaIJa DATES, full package 10c $4.98 Jls98 $2.98 A Made of selected tan calf; quality and style Welted, all through. with medium toe, rubber heel and fancy stitching. Bisr value ' TaOortd of the algaeit trade caitimares with gsno-tu-t- . flavors Pure Fruit 1 ' super-photopla- $3.98 t A new model youH like. AI1 viiiiiiiiniuiiiiiiiHiiHxiiiiiiiiiuxumzai .This Men's Spring Oxford er Hrld.) JELLO J 18 JL UHHSSSSUUSUSHSBSSSIIIBUIUIUUIIIHILII, Others, $19.75 and Up Of la The Herald.) (Special OREM, March of the cititena of Orem fori to endorse heartily the remarks of Attorney Jacob Colemaa of-- Prove recently, regarding the prevo canyon road and then some. .; Just after hi letter appeared a party of three made the trip, and la returning struck one of those ridges be referred to, tearing a hole hi the gas tank, which required the quick use of a pocket handkerchief to atop the leak and preventing them from being stranded la Uie canyon la the middle of the night Beporta have also reached hew of other damaged ears, broken wind shields, etc., through the condition " . of the road; f ,; x It aotrej attended to," it should be looked after without delay, In the opinion of Orem residents. OREM, March 81. W. A. Bishop and family of Suit Lake were S in rearing families, and in sustain Orem visitors over Sunday, staying with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wll ing Elders In the mission field. The services were Interspersed lard Bishop. Mr. Bishop " returned with a- - solo by Elder Beuben Pyne to the capital city, last evening, and a quartet by the Pyne brothers while Mrs. Bishop and children will remain to visit with .Mrs. Frank and LeEarl Burr. , i . , The ward membership from 1924 Salisbury. . lh . report was given at A good representation was pre- that the dramatic effect is startling. sent The Hack, sombre attire affected by Benediction by Elder Wlllard Mr. Bllnn and the malevolent air be Bishop. assumes provide a particularly effective dramatic contrast to the character portrayed by, Miss Davies. n'OLAXDA." Handsome patterns of grey, blue and brown in all wool worsteds and unfinished worsteds. The leadine smart colors as tan, brown, blue and Dozen . . . . .v. 23c 5 dozen for ..Vv:.ip pie to continue to assume the se- Hponxibllitles that rested upon tbem mt - U The OREM. March SWThe annual conference of the Sharon ward was held la the ward meeting house Sun day evening. t After the opening ex erases and a few encouraging re marks from Bishop Orsoa Prest-wkthe general stake and ward authorities were unanimously sna- tlned as presented by the .ward clerk, Baymond Cutler. gome very timely and" talks were then given by Elders EL H. Holt, W. O. Creer and LeRoy Dixon, who represented the atake ' ; authorities. - &, Elder Holt read statistics from the year 1924, showing that while Sharon was below the atake average In some things, lit others It was ahead, notably in the birth rate. Elder Creer urged the people to cultivate' a spirit of contentment with surrounding conditions, not to the extent of stopping progress, but rather to be ever striving to better their conditions, but to be In possession of a peaceful contented spirit while doing so which would result in Happiness. here because we buy for ten Style with dependable quality U unusually wtiifactory inp, roaldnf possible lower price. eral hundred store, thereby realizinf large even DAMAGES CAR ne orthwhile Values In Spring Apparel lish CANYON ROAD PRICES Men's Styles hatWmS Students' Suits? DS ANNUAL , . WARD-HOL- ALWATS AT LOWER - s E 'GOODS 7 3IUU. llv ..$4.45 ; ... 25c DOLLAR BILL Love and Adventure on the High Seas!, FEATURINNG ANNA a NILSSON AND COMEDY, "CORN FED'' W EUTtiB B.VEB5EWE5. .. B A5TE : EO. JULY. 2.