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SMALL BOY TEACHES
BIG BULLY LESSON
The town bully cornered the idler
who had ill-treated his little boy. He
pondered long and thoughtfully over
what punishment he would mete out
to the transgressor. The idler was
such a mollycoddle that he disdained
laying his big hands on him, and turn
ed the job over to his boy. The
youngster, under the protecting care
of his big daddy, in "Pals and Pugs,"
a big "V" special comedy, which will
be shown at Elko theatre today and
tomorrow, laid it on good and proper.
And Jimmy Aubrey, the Vitagraph
star, lays the fun on the same way
good and proper.
REXTODAY and TOMORROW
When Tom Mix comes to this the
atre today in his latest William Fox
production, "3 Gold Coins," Pat
Chrisman, the noted cpwpuncher who
Jtas been in all Mix pictures to date,
will be seen in the role-of* a" "gun-
how an AlbtccI
ills afnda at-
vetv ttraint mi
foEWS OF THE THEATRES
|J|\ MANr BIG i^ATIOH S
Olive Thomas, who- numbers, smcfag,
fcer admirers a mftjbr portion of the
notion picture'puhlib', will have tin
opportunity to show her friends that
she is an actress as well as a beatity
Ja her new Selznick picture, "Foot
lights and Shadows," which opens, at
the Elko theatre for two days, com
In the play Miss Thomas not only
has a chance to display her marvel
ous beauty to advantage, but there
are several big moments in the pro
duction when tlhe is called to rise to
motional heights and show her his
trionic talent. /Her role is that of
a musical hall girl, singing in a mid
jtught revue, and is just fitted to her.
Before entering screen work, Miss
Thomas was a member of the Zieg
One of the big scenes is a fire in
treatre when she is compelled to
go down into the audience and save
-'the man she loves from being tramp
led beneath the panic stricken mob.
"There is another big scene in her
apartment when her sweetheart fights
furiously with a man who has made
an insulting proposal to her.
A cast of screen favorites sup
ports Miss Thomas, with Alexander
Onslow as her leading man. The
photography and lighting effects, to
gether with the stage settings, are ex
-cellent and it is altogether a delight
lights was by
Cecil Smith, the well-known scen
aroist} from a story by Bradley King.
John W. Noble directed the play.
man." While Mix stands in a door
way at a range of sixty feet, Chris
man shoots a cigar out,of the star's
mou^h. That's ample, propf of Mix's*
confidence'in the Chrisman eye ,arid
One of the best comedy scenes in
"3 Gold Coins," the latest William
Fox production starring Tom Mix,
which comes'* to this theatre today,
shows "daredevil- Tom" coming out
of the general store of a wild west
ern town with .a coffin in his'arms.
When a gunman who has been hired
to "get" the hero sees this he makes
a quick getaway. Tom then pro
ceeds to show bis expert marksman
ship by pulling his gun and. punctur
ing a dozen condensed-milk cans as
then are thrown into the air.
Swinging from three- successive
buildings, and then from a tall flag
pole to the back of a galloping horse,
are among the many thrilling stunts
performed by Tom Mix, the, "dare
devil of the screen," whom William
Fox will present at this theatre to
day in his latest picture, "3 Gold
Coins." Mix plays two partsthe
hero and the "bad man"in this
thriller, which is said to be his best
offering to date.
Says glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons.
If you wake up with a Bad taste,
bad breath and tongue is coated if
your head is aching if what you eat
sours and forms acid in stomach, or
you are bilious, constipated, nervous,
sallow and can't get feeling just right,
begin inside bathing. Drink before
breakfast, a glass of hot water with
a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate
in it. This will flush the poisons and
toxins from stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowels and cleanse, sweeten and
purify the entire alimentary tract..
Do your inside bathing immediately
upon arising in the morning to wash
out of the system all the previous
day's poisonous waste, gases and sbur
bile before eating more food.
To feel like young folks feel like
you felt before your blood and mus
cles became loaded with body impuri
ties, get from your pharmacist a
quarter pound of limestone phos
phate, which is inexpensive and al
Men and women who are usually!
constipated, bilious, headachy or have
any, stomach, disorder should begin "T
Files that Stan the Gaff-
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REXSUNDAY AND MONDAY.
Mack Sennett's new super comedy,
"Married Life," a five-reel film full
of laughter and thrills, puts the joy
of living into the hearts of all who
Comical Ben Turpen, first as a foot
ball hero, and later as Rodney St
Clair, dashing leading man in an
amateur drama of heartthrobs and
villians mixes up the marriage life
of Jimmy Tonlayson in a manner that
makes,the new super comedy one long
continuous scream of laughter.
Ben, college hero and football play
er, holds the admiration of the
throngs who are witnessing the game.
Among the crowd are* Phyllis and
Charlie, who are engaged. Charlie
is related to the infamous Jack Dal
ton. Charlie bets against his won
team and betrays his team's signals
to the opposition.
Ben is hurt in the game and is re
lieved by James Finlayson, who'helps
win a last minute victory. Charlie's
villainy is v-xposed and Phyllis departs
on the arm of Jimmy. Soon-they are
Married life is sweet for-J?hyllis and
Jimmy until Phyllis writes a pjay. It
is probably the worst PJ^XJJVIM^writ
ten. Jimmy is devpuT)|y ||pped to
its presentation because n% thinks it
will ruin his reputation. "BtrtTPhyllis
insists. Ben, who enacts the, role of
the hero, is known in the ph as Rod
ney St. Clair.
Jimmy threatens with divorce and
finds ground for it in the fact that
at rehearsals Ben's part calls' for
many kisses from Phyllis.
Finally, the play which is called
'The Last Installment is given.and
in the audience are Ford Sterling,
Charlie Murray and Louise Fazenda.
Ben, the hero of the play, rescues
the heroine on an average of three
times in each act and there are four
acts. Husband Jimmy arriving late,
leaves in disgust at tb
this inside bathing *efore breakfast.' -Louisville fVur|er-.Toiirnal.
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Ben is hurt when 'thetfs^'etep''.falls
Through a ruse Jimmy becomes
Ben's surgeon at the hospital. Jimmy
gives Ben too much gas and the latter
rises like a balloon and floats out of
the window. Through ^the}'Stinnett
process, Phyllis and Ben fwe-ulti
mately landed in an aeropbifle with
the Sennett cops in close! rpursuit.
After a thrilling time Phyllis and
Jimmy are reconciled and ^en takes
his leave w\th dignity.
Biddy's Cogfc. Aw_:
Mistress (after absence)It^no use,
Bridget, yo'ujve. worn .one op"(my new
skirts and'you can't get outfit.
BridgetBegorry, mum, Ifffhpt's so
Oi'd be wearin' it this mlni^wouldn't
"When he was courting me he'd coo
to me for hours." -v
never dreamed he'd hoiW at me.
Why "Actors Hato9Cats.*
Speaking at the International Wom
en's Franchise dab in London, Hiss
Hornlman, the English theatrical man
ager, told some entertaining stories of
theatrical experiences. Actors can
stand a good deal, she said, but they
hate a cat, for they know that as long
s It Is on the stage the audience can
look at nothing else. Miss Hornlman
had some amusing stories of the
Gayety cats. Trlxle, who was killed
on the scene of her public triumphs by
the fall of the safety curtain, once
Rpolled the last act of "HIndle Wafcts"
by getting under a table where the
actors could not see her, but the'audlr
ence could, and cheetfully pretending
to chase a^ mouse. Then strolling
across to the stage Are, she turned
from it with disdain and settled her
self for warmth among the footlights.
Another, cat Intruded Into a quiet
scene of tragic farewell and led the
short-sighted lover on a futile chase
among the overturning furniture.
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Ladies' regular $15.00
Black Kid Shoes, Satur-
day only, per pair,
Lot of Ladies' $10.00 and
$12.50 Shoes, Saturday
only, per pair,
LYNCH JUDGE'S SON
At Fayetteville, W. Va W. R. Ben
nett, 'whose father was once the
judge of the criminal court of the
county, was taken from the jail by a
mob, conducted by a procession of au
tomobiles to the county poor farm
and there hanged. Bennett had just
begun a life sentence for the murder
of his wife, and in his trial had plead
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After a chase of 10 miles in San
.'Francisco bay, officers on ..a reuenue
utter overtook and seized the Rus
sian 'transport Rogdajr. The vessel
had been in dispute for some time
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all know her, but we are not going to name her. S^
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community She knows exactly! ^vhat the various
merchants are offering to attract the women of our
couritrysideT In fact, she is simply a mine of.
How does she get all of this information?
She simply reads this paper through from first page to last, and
never misses a single advertisement.
WHY SHOULDN'T SHE B)E THE BEST POSTED WOMAN
IN THE PIONEER
ONL 4 DAYS MOR E
Let Nothing Keep You AwoyI
In a few days it will be all off, then don't blame us. Sale will close
y^ We make prices do the business, iid everything has been cut
and slashed to figures that make buying irresistible.
Ladies' Munsing and Kay-
ser Union Suits, Values
to $1.50, Saturday only,
One Lot of Kabo and
Nemo Corsets, Saturday
rw Am. i^iiHwasiiJig
FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 192a
between the Kerensky and soviet fac
tions of Russians. The U. S. district
court recently awarded the boat to
the Kerensky faction but the soviet
captain refused to leave the boat un
Ml he was forcibly ousted and the
boat was seized^ fey'tos rjya4 claim*
ants. It wilt Jbe^held, for instructions.
from the federal government. (i X. ,U
Paper Hanging and
423 Fourth St. Phone 559
Waists, one table full of
big values, Saturday
Mother's Friend Boys'
Blouses, $1.50 ralues,