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But un like other habits, it is a good habit il K » Mr mo ■ f// fj * 4 J jf/A er-7==. / 5* To Saw Ybwr Mowætf smud Maks Y®wrMoit*y$3vf« .—- BANK WITH US FIRST NATIONAL BANK vv 4 OF MONTPELIER, IDAHO SYNOPSIS OP THE STORY OP "RIO GRANDE. Playing at the Gem Tomorrow, Mati nee and Night. Felipe Lopes thought that in hat ing the United States he was a pa triotic Mexican. He lived on the American side of the Rio Grande with hts American wife, his baby daughter, Mary, and Danny O'Neil, an orphan who had found shelter in the mother-heart of Alice Lopez. Felipe had killed an American and Alice re t* was fleeing to Mexico, fused to go with him when she learn ed he was a murderer. That bight he'stole away taking little Mary with him. The years passed. Alice Lopez re ceived no word of her husband and daughter. All her mother love she lavished on Danny O'Neil now grown to six feet three of Irish-American manhood. Danny was a Texas Ranger. While on guard at the Rio Grande ho captured a girl, dressed in men's clothes. The girl was being pursued by the Rurales, the famous mounted police of Mexico. She was greatly surpris ed when one of those "damned Amer icanos'' let her go, lending her his horse to get safely home on. * » * Impulsively she kissed Danny, mounting his horse, and paused only long enough to invite him to a ball. Danny did not know that the girl now called Maria Inez, was Mary Lo pez, his childhood playmate, and the the object of his youthful affections. And Maria Inez had no memory of the days when she lived In the U. S. Felipe Lopez had become an insur gent leader. A reward was offered for his capture. • • • Danny dressed in a Mexican cos tume and went to the ball. He wgs quickly recognized aB a Texas rang er. pon Jose Alvarado loved Inez but had been repulsed by her. took Danny prisoner, learned of Danny's danger, and, by strategy, succeeded in being left alone with him. She hid him in her room--the only place where he would bo safe. He The girl * •* * Don Jose came in and found Maria Inez letting a hated Gringo kiss the Inez letting a hated Gringo kiss the her. I Montpelier Theatre Wednesday, October 6 th The happy, snappy musical treat—Crist and Costa's MUSICAL REVIEW THE DANCING KEWPIE DOLLS In Odds and Ends taken from the big N. Y. Musical Plays MERRILL (Tubby) LA VELLE, AL MacDONALD Featuring Misses Lillian Leslie and Dorothy De Vere and a Chorus of Real NIFTY SHOW GIRLS Who are Classy, Graceful, Shapely Beauties IT'S A SHOW OF WONDERS 10 — HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE NUMBERS —And— 10 Wm. S. Hart in a big feature and Sunshine Comedy and Fox News _PRICES — Children 25c; Adults 55c THURSDAY, OCT. 7 y MILDRED HARRIS CHAPLIN in her biggest and newest picture // 'Jh 'THE INFERIOR SEX f) A First National Production. This is positively the Dig gest picture that Mrs. Chaplin has appeared in. $500 GOLD for best answer "Which is the Inferior Sex > * IDAHO I j ! I I I I I I I I I I I I I r & ii§ MISS CHARLOTTE WEILER of Chicago, with Lauletta Concert Company, graduated from the fam ous John Courtland Cooper Vocal school. She possesses a wonderful soprano voice of great range volume, full of harmony and melody, rich ness and cultivation that makes her a favorite of whom an audience never tires, that appeals strongly to the most critical. The Lauletta Concert Company ap pear at the Gem Theatre, Wednes day night, October 6. Ups she would not let him. * » * That nignt Felipe and his men were apprehended in their smuggling by the Americans, wounded and taken prisoner. Maria Inez believed that the romance with Danny had led to her father's be trayal, and her love turned to hate. But she would not listen to Danny's words of love, wrong she had committed because her father had taught her to hate thé Americans weighed heavily on her young soul, but Danny was not Irish for nothing, and he finally won Felipe was • • # The her. ; » . ii Him mm i j News of Montpelier Theatres At The Gem Theatre SATURDAY OCTOBER 2nd. Rio Grande/ A romance aflame with the life and love along the bor der. A dramatic reflection of the many moods of that silvery stream which unites yet divides. Marie bridged it with love for Danny. An all star cast. From the play by Augustus Thomas. Also Comedy— "WILD and WESTERN I f FRIDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 1st ROBERT WARWICKK in In Mizzouri" Nothing But Trouble 8th episode of "The WHIRLWIND » HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY u f f small town and was captured. Mr. Thomas took this affair and, with his dramatic genius incorporated it into a play, ^along with an unusually ap pealing little love story. The late Nat Goodwin used it for several years as a starring vehicle. * * * "IN MIZZOURA," NEW WARWICK PICTURE BASED ON PACTS. "In Mizzoura" comes to the Gem I Theatre tonight, Friday. Much has j been written about realism on the I screen, but the whole plot of "In I Mizzoura", the new Paramount-Art I craft picture starring Robert War I wick, which will be shown tonight I at the Gem, is built around a start I ling incident that happened in that I state several years ago. The author, I Augustus Thomas, was at that time I a reporter on a St. Louis paper. A I train robbery took place in which a I lone bandit held up the express mes I senger and stole several thousands of I dollars Afterwards he turned up in YOUTHFUL LOVE IN CON TRAST TO AGE'S DEVOTION Boy and Girl Sweethearts in "Old Lady 81" Lend a Romantic Touch. Antrim Short and Winifred West over furnish a touch of youthful ro mance in the Metro-Screen Classic production of "Old Lady 31," show LS T kO 0*5 I Marion Evelyn Cox and Doris Proudfit are coming! The celebrated contralto and the charming violinist will appear in person at an in vitation concert in the Mont pelier Theatre Wednesday Evening October 13 They will be assisted by "The Phonograph with a Soul. This appearance of these noted stars in Montpelier is the event of the season for lovers of good music. t > FREE TICKETS Call, write or telephone us for free tickets of ad mittance. They will be issued in order of application. Neilsen-Jones Furniture Co. ONE DOOR EAST OP POSTOFFICE. v Ay \ / \ / \/ \/ \/ V V V \ A AA / . \/\/\A A,A.A/\/\A/\- v v . /\ A,/v'v* x N .A.A A /\ A A,A / \> AAA'VV Montpelier Theatre Tonight Wm. Russell IN A Live Wire Hick « ft THIRD EPISODE "DARE DEVIL JACK and Christy Comedy. Saturday Matinee and Night Which is the Inferior Sex < i $500 GOLD for best answer A man in the old lady's home! thirty faded spinsters in calico surrounded him at every meal — No wonder he ran away—If you want to laugh —SEE— 99 Old Lady 31 U --STARRING— Emma Dunn / It will bring a tear, too, that you won't be ashamed of. Adapted by June Matliis from Rachel Crothers' sensa tional stage success that will never die —Also— LARRY SEMON The King of Comedians IN yy Well ril Be and MUTT AND JEFF CARTOONS Evening 10c, 15c and 25c Matinee 5c and 10c ing at the Montpelier Theatre Satur day, matinee and night this week. The theme of the play that Rachel Crothpr based on Louise Forsslund's "grandmothers and grandfathers are just the same as other people, only older. venile lovers Is in gentle contrast to tho romance of the old couple, play ed on the screen—as on the stage —by Emma Dunn and Harry Har mon. Winifred Westover has played many important parts in pictures during the past few years. She was De Wolf Hopper's leading woman for two years and has supported Charlie Ray, Wm. S. Hart, and other well The introduction of the ju V si* v->' : » Lauletta Concert Company Composed Entirely "of Soloists John Lauletta Manager In presenting this organization to the public the man agement wishes to announce that this orchestra ranks as one of the finest concert companies; each individual being a schooled musician; graduates of some of the best musical colleges in the east, and have played in some of the finest bands and orchestras in the United States, which places them in a position to render the best of music. STANDARD OVERTURES, GRAND OPERA AND POPULAR SELECTIONS. CHARACTERISTIC DESCRIPTIVE MUSIC. FINE SOLOS Played by renowned artists GEM THEATRE, OCTOBER 0 is the dughter of the village banker. MUSICAL SHOW COMING TO THE MONTPELIER The attraction booked to appear at the Montpelier Theatre, Wednesday, October 6, will be the Crist and Cos ta magnificent musical Revue, "THE DANCING KEWPIE DOLLS," which is said to be a musical show ballt on the lines of the "Winter Garden," "Zeigfeld Follies," "The Passing Show," etc., which are all the most successful attractions along Broad way. Manager f. S. Gordon is elat ed over the booking of this attraction and assures an extraordinary enter tainment to those attending.