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4'. iwnjfc of talented eonieUiatis. a eomeay sketch shaded It with AT COLUMBIA U Mf-flile- sentiment to occasionally the exeremely wholeaoine umnor, thereby making both these e elements' doubly effective Prince Lea, the pony with the huuuin brain,- - is a marvelottsly trained Quadruped, telling the time of day, telliug number of persons Another first clasg YandeTille bill sltttng In any row 1& the audience, fomet to the Columbia theater Mob-da- h.ow..many of them are women and "Forbidden Paradise" with how many are men, counts, Pol Negri, U the big feature and multipHea at the word of pic-iui or tni evening riimmaml of bin trainer. U the title of a new Harry Antrlnv may or may not be touted? playlet y Whitaey 3olltns, a memtief of "The Odd Tellowj- - but uhlch Robert Sherman,, the well his title was bestowed upon hlin not known Chicago prdueng manager Iiecause of any connection with the la offering for th current Beason, foregoing lodge, but from his .totally i. . . . . - MONDAY NIGHT tub-trac- ts jmnji THE STRAND 4 Shows Daily 2:30, 4 :C0, i 7:30, 9:00 Johiin'Bell and Rosamond Car-o- AUDIENCE! Vre aaverutlle a duo a there U In vaudeville today, livthelr akit "Bita of. Variet- y- they ran the GOOD gamut of entertainment. '. Opening with a bit of comedy chatter that U gem the aatisti proceed to with their versatility, they "Kempy" by the Moroni Olsen sing, dance and perform a aeries was flayed to a full house of wonderful acrobatle feata-The Players feature acrobatic feat is the long Friday evening in College HalL The piece, a modern comedy, was jeck dlvea performed fry Mr. Bell receTvedT rge heartily by, the-laHow he does it and escapes without to be in a hoi-audience that seemed breaking his neck iajmj-ster- i Tlie clever lines of the The Sunset Four, calling them- play, especially by the irascible old man played by Moroni Olsen, selves "Four Singing Fools posses all the entertaining talents so often brought forth peals of brighter of attributed to the American- - Negro. the light hearted kind that halted They a'peclalbte In harmony numliers the play upon several occasions using popular Negro selections. This Olson, as the father, was' exinimitable quartet Illuminate a mel- cellent ' He played bis usual pleasody with their shuffling feet, ges- ing role In bis usual pleasing' mannatural that turing hands and contortloning of ner. His acting was their mobile" faces Their interpre- one forgot that be was playing a tation of a callioiie is a genuine bit part and sat back and enjoyed the of novelty entertainment, temper of an interesting old man. The other roles were carried very aiid of the Columbia ToiJcs Day of the orchestra under the direction. of well by the remainder cast, each ope of whom played Hip Iialph Booth round out the. bill. . well to Mr." Olson's perfect lead. Leora Thatcher as Katot was "coMixs Vclva Hill entertained, at a in a difficult lnrt and her delightful party at her home Satur- nvincing sister--, Ida as Ruthis was equally in honor of Hasten day evening LADIES' FELT r HUMOR - SLIPPERS Games, music -THE Special Lot of racn i .WOMEN'S r BRUSH WOOL - rough-nec- CHILDREN'S i FUR TRIMMED. for all utility occasions, $7.00 to $9.00; offered i' ' -- J''L. " Jhftf '' 'jsmK CjrtffflFI 5 drama actually, photo- - Satisfied patrons report graphed' 'in the great r quaint oasis villages, in the Harems of the Sheiks the Palaces, of the :. '',n?d V v , - PHONE 357. - directed by Edwin Carewe. 1 2. C3 n 177 k :Matinee 3:15, out at 5:35 PRCSeMTCO Messaline 40-in- ch Charmeuse Robert Sherman Presents & CO. "NEP" SCOVILLE " . $1.69 ...... ... $1.98 Satin-face- d 407inch . Fancy Silk Shirting. "PINCHED" 12 Mme. i Rosamond CARON & BELL , -- in "BITS OF VARIETY" Jap Pongee Flannel Silk-face- d . ....... . . Johnny PRINCE LEO The Pony with the puman Brain it HARRY ANTRIM "The Odd Fellow" ma SUNSET FOUR m tin ERNST LUBITSCHi TOPICS OF THE DAY VTOLiUCtlOtt m,,,,,...."'"""" lMttWlllllWl Ralph Booth, Director J "Passion." "Forbidden Paradise" js an American-mad- e cast. bnlhan a With director. Made by the same ... This Feature Runs Again Tomorrow. Trices. Regular : Matinee Will Be Out at 5:35 P. M. U Si Hand-beade- silks ; the celebrated d Anthony & Malouf Dresses. Values to $49.50 for. , .$37.50 Values to $69.50 for. . . . .. .$49.50 All Other Party .Dresses Values to'49.50 for. . . . .. .$29.50 - :..$2.49 11 wVfp both good. Tbo other members of the.' cast laved well and deliRhted their nndience with their renlisra: The Lyceum mnnacers of the T?VlKbiim.:Yomig iinlverity made no the Olson .piny-- . mistake in rs to I'royo as a nnniher on tlie course as was attested by the large audience that, Rreeted Kempy even when the school was not in session. The next ntimber on the course will be next Tuesday evening, De cember 2. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Teay " enter tained at a Thankspivlng dinner for for Mr. and Mrs. their family Fall Ilyrum Duke And family. flowers formed the centerpiece of Hie table and social chat and music were enjoyed "during the afternoon. COLUMBIA ORCHESRA FOOISE S$9 . r Dresses Special at ' an liiirq, old and picturesque Arabian spfendid atmosphere towns and the towering mountains M'Ptionnl cast tof InlerpTeJ of the desert 'g northern edge, to the story, the principal playeri belrif contrasting 'charm of beautiful gar- Pert Lytell, Clalro fflndspr, altej dens and terraces in tlie picturesque McGraU, , Koseninry xut-u- , town of Algiers. - And with ail this gue Love and Paul Panzer. ".- 'j iiimiiiniiiiiiiiimt: CHARM OF ALGERIA A most unusual screen pirf"c- tlon Is "A Son of Sahara," the First National picture.; filmed In Algeria by Edwin Carewe and at the Strand theater showingpIomTayTuesdny and 'Wednesday. The story, by Louise Gerard. combines the spectacular and the Intimately melodramatic In just the right proportions. The backgrounds secured by Mf. Carewe range from rolling sand, dunes of the Sa- - tc PRINCESS All SEATS 10c; MONDAY AND TUESDAY Ralpii E. Booth . ' Teacher of Violin a(f Four Singing Fools I . ..... .$20.50 to $59.50 for. ..... .$39.50 " .f..$1.79 .79- HJ Evening and Party BEAD BAGS .$1.19 1 V One Lot ..$2.69 . Values ' J ..... .J$2.69 Canton Panne Velvet 40-in- ch in- - Canton Crepe and not bought for salespurposes. Values to $24.50 for. . .'. .$110.00 Values to $49.50 for. $29.50. values for $19.75 $39.50 values for i24.95 $49.50 --valuea for JS4.95 $69.50 valuer or 539.50 . ' B Silks and Wool taken fromneur 'regular stock All Values to $29.50 for. . . . ; . .$15.'00 Si Values to 34.50 for..... ...$24.75 All Street Dresses Other Silks Specially Priced. 36-in- ch Leader Columbia Theater , i RTLYM $M5 $2.98' 40-in- ch PAUUNE STARKI 1 t . - "JUNIOR K0DIAROCQUI nur inJUQl j isof Regular $3.95 valuer" Evening 8:15, out at 10:45, 25c, 40c, 50c. rrv-t- i . SPECIAL LOT OF Too much stress cannot be placed upon the value of remarkable ' these dresses, for every one the better fabrics in silks and wools, and of "exclusive" styles. Specially Priced at most popular weaves. We carry a large variety of colors in this silk. - gr. Assnf Presents Dress Silks Flat Crepe is one of the season's MONDAY' 10c, 25c. at only Beautiful Dresses Much Flat Crepe .... ,n V - An exceptionarsaving quality. - ...',C3CTV sired colors, Beautiful Silks of exceptional A Complete Line of Building Materials. Rosemary Thelby, l, at this event ; Mutual Goal & Lumber Co. Claire- - Windsor, "Walter McG-railI Montague Love, Paul Panzer. and heavy wool suitings, with fur collars of .fine quality. In all the de- em- Order Your Winter Supply NOW! ; chil- - that it is standing up phasizes our belief that it is beyond doubt the . best coal mined in Utah. "Thousands of Arabs, Camels, and Horses in the of Louise Gerard's novel, with Bert Lytell, of COAL. under the most severe tests, which only Africandesertt..iiLthej' : assortment dren's smart cloth coats of velour - for, only Only one conclusion can be drawn from the , A wonderful collars. All models made k of the finest yarn, and in the . choicest colors. Bought to' sell at "HI teach yon to MUTUAL f Sweaters and social ilWiglitfail, 3ant Young and Byron a Foulger, well known In. one act plays iis well as In larger casts, warmth of the welcome given i Merchandise Offered moro'in cm a r noiv Tla?1a cillr mivoo ' . Special Sale of Seasonable Models - .V 39c; HOUSE OF QUAI (TY. m lat were enjoyed. after Which dainty luncheon was served. lu$Mf ' .. Only v Pair nrv NECKWEAR y. ror-pri- JViHit. (114 KfNS T a , Orchestra.. v STUDIO B Y. U. Room 170, College Building. PHONES B. Y.U.,811. 7 Residence, 17 213-- J. I A Drama of our Own t , Home rown. ,i . j;nittitt;Kmuiiu::!ituun:i;!inii;imttunut:utmmnm) 1 . a vn rfivnv .