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sT s IW m-^ 4r ..ftv' '&' "t yesterday evening the Elko i^'wMtre received a telegram to the iVffej that the advertised attraction ^ifef tedey and tomorrow, featuring Bjnfce, was not availablepre ^mtnably because of being miscarried 1n?transit, and that a substitution of Ethel Clayton's Very latest Paramount r'Arteraft,release entitled "Ladder of lies would be shipped for screening atfthe Elko tonight and Saturday. The Briggs-comedy, "After the Cir- us," and special music are other Lf ,&'>feature at the Elko tonight and to- kk?f^\& morrow. "SINNERS" AT C*AND LAST TIME TONIGHT A photoplay as breezy as the great New England coast ,#*ere the prin cipal events of the'drama take place, ^Smners," a Restart production, which has thrilled theatre goers elsewhere in a no uncertain manner, j* to have it? last .presentation in this city tonight it the Grand theatre. This stirring screen drama concern ing,the fortunes of a New England cirFwho. leaves'home and goes to the bigicity in search, of work is an }adaptation from the Owen, Davis stage success of the same name.. "Sinners" is not a melodrama as many will recall who saw it on the speaking stage/ but a true charac -teritation of life in the small town whefre everything and everybody moves by rule and route, and gossip ing tongues swing from the center. What a contrast tpthe existence led by big city Cliff .dwellers, who, are seemingly heartless, Godless, Sodo mites! America's screen favorite and Real art star, Alice B*ady,,pl*ys the part of Mjury Horton, the'girl who left homdT Jiiss Brady is' supported by cait of screen notables. Do not miss seeing this photo-drama which is crammed full of human interest. Jean Dawn will again display her uncanny ability as a mental tolepa thist and answer ouestions free, at both'evening performances. ANITA STEWABT IS KEABLY SMOTHERED XS BLAZON* BARN One of the thrilling scenes of "In Old Kentucky," First National big special feature with Anita Stewart starring, which will be shown at the Rex theatre July 4 is where Miss Stewart rushes into a burning barn to save a thoroughbred racer from tne flanies. A barn was purchased for this purpose and was burned to the ground. Miss Stewart, as Madge Brierly, the little mountain girl, has been vis iting in a near by city. She Is very much in love with the young master of the .estate/ tnrt' has*been toldvOy* jealous woman that the young mania playing with her neart. She slips quietly out of jfche big house to re turn to her mountain home. But as she leaves the grounds she sees that the^barn is o& fire. She jknpWBthat a fine thoroughbred Tactf horse J stabled In the barn, and tha*&he, horse Is a favorite" tor the stages in the great Kentucky handi cap^, which race soon is to toe rim. Others from the house rush out as thelfJamWs mount up, but no one dares to ejUer, the stable, which is envelop ed in smoke and flame. Miss Stewart actually rushes 'nto the barn and finally coaxe3 the no^se to folldw her out of the stable. The fiiffe afid grooke is so thick that she can hardly be seen through the door way!, ,*ut she finally emerges, half suffovifcted. Her hair was signee of' tpe'r 1 J83 1^ in the taking scene and sh was nearly emojajerea by the smoke, but she suf- ferwTniTeeritins injury. Tne barn of dry boards and filled with, hay then quick'y burns to tuo groiftTd1and falls Into ruins. It is a .briluaifc spectacle and carries an in te|sl thrill. "5 *.H, ..t & STRONGEST AND MOSTf!' S. STRIKING *R6T0-*LAY 1 RECENTLY PRODUCED" A most remarkable commendation at "When a Min Sees Red" was given Mr. Fojt'by |hd National Board of Re view ot Motion Pictures, the complete tfindiiigs of which body is reproduced in "tqH/Jbe'iow.* Another "well known authority, who witnessed a private 'ttfreenfi ,of ^he' picture thus de scribes iU "AjTlM/a man has-viewed "When a -Man Sees'-Red/' he finds that his fin ger nailsKhave/ that the arm of ^hts chair,1 and hi foreheas I S mi? SCBs^sV srwsga N auMiifjH _TTHK COURA3B OlT tgDOCNR* ATejiioluntsrtcsM.i Pauline gtsrke.te a norn actress and espedajBy. adapted to the-rata of Marge OSbone la James Oliver Garwood's tfamoua etory, *the Courage of- Marge CDoone." Bar screen appearances cover a period of years during which time she has achieved a aeon of triumphs. "The Courage ^of Marge O'Poener is one ef her best efforts. This superfeature is to appear at the Elko theatre next Sunday, Mon day and Tuesday. moist with the tenseness of the scenes. It is pie land of picture that words cannot"-* adequately describe. One must see it to appreciate- this srong man's play of tense emotions. "I have seen William Farnum in some great pictures, but "When a Man Sees Red' greater than any. I can appreciate Its exactness Of de tail. Once, was a sailor, and never have I seen^Mi the screen such re markable reproductions of sailor life and atmosphere. There isn't a scene in the marine, "locations" or aboard ship that woUld disturb a mariner's oft ignored ideas of exactness. Your real sailorman frowns upon the land lubber's interpretation of sea life. "The shipwreck is wonderful. No 'one can mistake the absoluteness of the vessel pounding on the rocks, and her crew and passengers struggling for their lives. One involuntarily holds tight to his chair to keep from slipping when the cabin is flooded with water and the lurchings of the craft in her death struggles are so realistically-shown. Of the' types they are true to their calling^ light effects of the night scenes is an exhibiion of magnificent photography, and in the cafes, the director. .Frank Lloyd has added touches that to the man, of the world are actual-real. "And In fKSt stirring, red-blooded battle for life, 'between two strong humans, all the emotions of the soul are stirred. 1 found myself with hands,clinched 'rooting' for Luther, with all the excitement of a man at the ringside yelling for his favorite fighter. SUBSCRIBE" FOR THE DAILY PIONEER stage success 66 HMNER Will Answer Your Questions Free [GRAND7*"' SATURDAY Evening OMy7.30 ad 1S CHAS. VAN Late Songs and Some Stepping JEAN PAWN,. "The %ireless Girl" LOUISE GLAUM in "THE VAMPIRE", at the Grand 15c & 30c iTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiininiiMii!iiHiiHiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimHiiS fe^J^^ i*v, v-U ^'^'^'^ji^.j.v 4'i^i \k -i4 "sac* ft i!^SVl# i siww? HI.IIII FOUR-DAY MOTOR WAT REGAtfAuTDHT5DA frj& E (By United Press) Burlington, Iowa, July 2.-r-High powered motor boats will race down the Mississippi today In the opening event of the four day motor boat regatta, being heid under the aus pices of the Mississippi. Valley, Boat, association. -J The speediest boats the Unit ed States and Canada will compete in the regatta according to J. W, Saorider, admiral of the association About 40 boats are entered. Following are-some of the entries: Baby Doris, entered by the Ham ilton, Ontario, Motor Boat, ,club. The Imp, by 91- Blackslfe oi Chicago. liifrp' The Last Minute, by WilliamLift^ ger, Racine, W?s^ Miss Detroit, by ^Detroit motor en thusiasts. The Snoozer, by Charles P. Hanley, Muscatine Iowa-, The Muggs, by Moline HI., motor fans. Miss Muscatine, "by Charles Welch of Muscatine, Iowa.. I Miss Billie Burke, *y -Rock Island, 111. Peggy, by T. Schram, Milwaukee. Miss -Margaret,, b\y L. .E. Selby, of Pekin, 111. Miss Port Madison, by E. Cofseptus of'^\n*t Madisont Iowa. Other entries are the Arab from Buffalo and the? ^'Disturber" fcom Chicago.. C,t i Officials predict1 1 7 ft many records will ISlBMMtttetNS^KfeM S* i it R. **-r. V^S' TOfeJsMUMft DAILY WOflEER 1 JX%'^*-i 'f* j,T**%fs Ss r-*t*f be broke^. ^siuiss, Torpnto, an entry of the Toronto Motor Boat club, is expected to set several new world marks. "Miss Toronto" is a dupli cate of "Miss America" which has oeen sent to England to take part in the International cup races. The chief contests will be^ for the Weno and Admiral trophies.,, 'i, SAYS THE FARMER BOY "Why did you leave the farm, my lad? Why did you 'bolt and leave your dad? Why did you beat it off to town? And turn your poor old father down? Thinkers of plaform, pulpit press, Are wallowing in deep distress They peek to know the hidden cause Why farmer bqys .desert their pa's." *'Wellr Well'stranger, since you've BICYCLES Complete -line of Tires and Supplies. Baby Carriage Wheels Retired. Furniture Repairing and Upholstering. GENERAL REPAIR SHOP STAHL A JACOBS 311 Sixth St., Bemidji Phone 488L.3IIIII *7 -^2ab THE BRAZILLA COMPANY been so'-frank, Becafise myv ^1 The "CKeerfulness'! Drink r- THejr are all smiling, all theerful.,, A Why?/-Because they have all tasted Brazilla, the "cheerrup drink. Young and old, all love it. it Brazilla has something in it that has never been usedin making a soda fountain drink before. It gives you a desire tosmile. It makes you feel happy all over.' Everybody is drinking it. You'll note the smiling^ cheerful faces on the street, at the soda fountain stores, in the drug stores. You'll see them sitting, in little groups drinking from a long, cool glass. Then one will look up sud- **%&** denly with a face wreathed in sniiles. Then another ^v^r^- 4*%$**. will follow suit. Soon they will all be smiling. They 'i^ *$ 0 happy. They are drinking Brazilla. It is giving tjtiem all that comfortable feeling pf contentment ana cheer* iXH%V DA '&*. MpWMMH I'll roll aside my haxy bank refreshing and thirst-quench tropical fruits, herbs and Youll get it at all drug stores, soda,fountains and $ sweetsshops. It Is alsobottled aerated for home con- sumption. Call your bottler. He has it For home use we also provide the bottled syrup. Equally good with plain water as with carbonated water. Try it andcneerup.V\ ?r ^"'J J1 I lv ^-iS.S^^'j!'' FRIDAY EVENING JULY 'f The misty cloud of theories And tell you where the trouble lies: I left, my dad, his farm, hiscow plow, calf became his I left my dad'twas wrong, of course, Because my cold became his horse ^rjiinjiifiiijiiii]iiiiiiiiiiMimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiniiiiuiiiiHiHuimfrat^ffUfi0 to Contract foii A^^, Limited Amount Sweet .yjgam to Be Delivered Direct to Factory '.f-\' *W' fir* If i -Vs- Koors Brosi CI IIIIIIII 1^-1 ,frv ifeww! r V", rA What .^inBraauatiV,!""kicketh.put yx guess what pot the xhDrmt faf qnsjfty into BRAZILLA? We will nd a lfog. bottle of BRAZILLA Syrop to the first 50 people who send the comet name and a 50-word de cri|Mlon of thia mysterious "cheerful aess* infredient. It is NOT A DRUG., UN TAIN W 1/ I lert^my" dad Ao sow and reap, Because my lamb-heeauie hhr fheep V!* "t dropped my hoe and stufek^ ny: fork ''z Because my .af*jnM*.. The garden Was his to,,.. -5^,v 1T_v-f A r\ VJ I *?.ft Bxehange. flfil i^ Jr c3^ w: Sab *jit 'I: a- ^^g"