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WITH US FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MCÎNTPELIER, IDAHO GEM THEATRE /; FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4th FRANK MAYO in The Marriage Pit EDDIE POLO in "THE KINO OF THE CIRCUS" HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY » U v SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th The big Super Production with an All'Star Cast The Devils Pass Key JJ « INTERNATIONAL NEWS PICTURE PRICES Night 10c and 25c Matinee 10c and 20c SET" Gem Theatre Mon., Feb. 7 One Night Only >• \ •# RALPH DUNBAR tw* è REGINALD DE KO VEN 'S COMIC OPERA MASTERPIECE ROBIN HOOD MM# > ' Superb chorus Special Symphony Orchestra Special Cast of Characters M MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION ;-V ■ m ROBERT OF HUNTINGTON (Robin Hood> Albert Part Played dila role with the original Bostoniens on tKdr Isst Continental Tone. Leading tenor In Orand Opera productions of Henry W. Savant Tom Burton SHERIFF OF NOTTINGHAM Late of Princess Open Company. London, and Alice Nielsen Opera Company. George Oben SIR GUY OF GISBORNE. Comedian of Charles Prohman Productions. LITTLEJOHN.......... Fourth WILL SCARLETT ... Fourth tesson Originel Dunbar Open Company. FRIAR TUCK. Late comcdUn Arthur Hanunertrefci't "Mayor of TofcVv" .. Harry Longttrecr .William Degen . ....William Whitt a Original Dunbar Opera Company. "High Jinks." ALAN?A-DALE. Lata Contralto, Ralph Dunbar', "Salon Si naa n ." MAID MARIAN .. From' recent New York Operatic Revival». . DAME DURDEN (a wiiowe^mnkeeper) . AN ABELLE ( Dame Durden*» daughter ) .. • • • * • Betty Baxter ..... • Elsa Thiede y <1 Madeline Hartton .Mary Baker Soldiers. Archen. Outlaw*. Vlltaaen. arc. CONDUCTOR-Chat Hatching 1 ELSA THIEDE « MAID MARIAN 9 xenerr and etfecr* hr Sown«»» 4k Un^i K? HufHtf IS; •PRICES: Entire Lower Floor._ I Boxes ... «Il Loges — I First Six Rows in Balcony. 1.50 ■ Balance of Balcony.. ■ Plus How to Secure Tickets by Mail Now. Address letters, make checks, post office'money orders payable to Manag of the Gem Theatre. Add 10 per cent war tax to price of ticket desired, en close self-addressed, stamped envelope to secure safe return. _.$ 2.00 2.00 •*r . 1.50 L00 ar Tax TICKETS NOW* ON SALE AT STALEY'S OLYMPIC. .... * gotta hee# wife «* pretty hard fools when he wan ta ;o out weeth da boys. He tella me eef ie go out late she know every time, le say one time he comes home late, aka da shoes off, go een da house so luiet he can and hees wife was wait 'P for heem. She raisa devil and almosta broka .ees head. So he tella me he never ry to go out seen« dat night He say would be alia right eef heea wife no wait up. . You know I am preety smarts guy and somatime can feegure out Hood Idee. I Ilka a« my frleu go out some night for leetle fun, so I geeva heem goods suggest. He tella me da oida lady was strong* for da airship. Rverytlme she see one she «vanta go for da rid*. She tella heem mebbe aotnaday she gonna buy one dat ting. Righta queeck I gotta scheme for getta my frlen out. I tella heem buy her da airship so queeck he can. Preety soon site learna how maka da Ay and every day she go for da Joy ride. # I tella my frlen eef he do dot he no gotta- trouble go out every night 1 say betta seega bits eef hees wife gotta airship he can go out so mooch a he please—she no wait up for heem. I feegure eef she wait up een dat ting soma ting go wrong and rite come down «en da smash. I tink I am preety smarts guy alia right. Wot you tink? NE frien O O » First Fire Engine In America. The lirai tire engine in America waa presented to the town of Shelbourne, Nova Scotia, by King George HI In 1774. 'ROBIN HOOD* PRODUCTION WELCOMED AT BALT LAKE Never since the beat days of the Ia mbus old Bostonians has the old 8alt Lake theatre ljten the scene of a bet ter production of "Robin Hood'" than that presented last night by Ralph Dunbar's company The aoloista rank high in both musical and hlstronic ability, the chorua is well balanced, well-trained and good to look upon; the orchestra, a combination of tMo company's talent and the personell of the 8ftlt Lake theatre musiclons, Is efficiently effective, and conduct or, May Valentine, knows her busi ness from the ground up—Salt Lake Tribune KALSi: REPORT IS BEING CttrtXATKD IN MOVimiKR ■ Th« report circulated lu Montpe lier to the effect that Robin Hood was splitting and only half the com pany would appear here la absolute ly false. Mr. Vern Berger, manager of the company, stated when called by telephome by me Wednesday that It would be Impossible to put the show On without a ftslCompany and that he has >6,000.60 deposited In the bank to say that no one can prove this report or aiiy other than the company is coming and will be hero in full strength with complete scenery and lighting effects. He fur ther state that they play Idaho Falls on February Srd and 4th,Blackfoot on February 5th, and Montpelier on February 7th; that It would be folly in the extreme to change the corn company in any particular as It wma too good, too big and going .ver too well, playing to enormous business everywhere GEM THEATRE COMPANY. By Walter F Stevens, Mgr. a a I ■ ■ m m DANCER TAKE» BATH— THE CAMERAMEN FIGHT ■ m The pleasure loving Romans of old had nothing on the French stage fa vorPn of today when it cornea to lux ury tin the matter of bathing facili te* at least if one la to believe a scene In Erich von Stroheim's special fea ture, "The Devil'* Past Key," to be shown at the Gem Theatre, Saturday matinee and night, February 6th. One of the scene* In tbe atory ahows Mea Busch, In ttfe role of a Spanish dancer, enjoying her morn ing bath. The word morpinf la used figuratively, for the lady in qu«4Ri does not begin her day until long af ter the noon hour. Von Stroheim copied the bath room from a picture of the private natatorium of a Paris ian stage favorite before the wA. Several craftsmen fought for the Privilegs of photographing this scene. on "THH MARRIAGE PIT" COMING TO GEM THEATRE "Tho Marriage Pit," the newest Universal photoplay, starring the handsome and popular Frank Mayo, and announcod for next Friday night at tho Gem Theatre, la from thjs nov el "Black Friday," which derives its name from the Ill-fated Friday back in the 70'a, when prices on the New York Stock KxchawJ » tumbled to tho lowest levels creating a panic. A "bear" is a person who sells stocks or securities elthePin expects tlon of a fall in the market, or to lause such a fall. It is the interest of the "bears" to depress prices, and the interest of the "bulla" to raise EVERY WITH $10.00 PURCHASE * We will give a pair of Eiderdown Slippers For the women pair of Suspender» or Belt for the men This offer is good only until February or a 15 The ThreeARuIesStores One Prie«' Small Profit* A < Cash k ? RULES "STORES j Idaho. Montpelier, A * C & X I Have You Tried Our Charming Toilet Preparations? a Have you ever experienced the charm and satisfaction of using San Tox Facial Cream f D6 you know the dainty perfume of San Tox Toilet Waters—or the refreshing fragrance of San Tox exquisite face powderf a ■ I Hundreds of women in this community de pend upon us entirely for their toilet need. No tice them as they go in ami out of our store. Join this galaxy by coming; here for our rare and ex clusive toilet supplies—the place where you «et tlie best on the market at no additional expense. ■ * m m ■ m ■ ■ J Burgoyne Pharmacy ■ Prescription Druggists Frss Dslivsry » PHONE 57 18 prices This la aatd to re gar to tha bear's characteristic of pulling down and the*bull's of tossing up. Mr. Mayo has Utltan Tucker and Dagmar Godowsky playing the parta of the two women, and Ray Ripley aa the idler wno seeks revend on IMMMMMMMMMM the SEASON i i a MOST NOTABLE DANCING EVENT of g ■ ■ ■ * g g J " g g Wait for the 20fh ANNUAL BALL Given by Montpelier Lodge No. 607 B. oi B. T. ■ Montpelier Pavilion, Thursday, February 17th Supper Served by Finit Ward Relief Society Ticket*—$1.10 the man who won In «bo gam* of lov* Frederick Vroest and Bell* Stoddard Johnstone are 4»en aa the parents of the society girl Boyd Irwin is lb# aworn business foe of Mayo, and Mai Wilson la bis fnltbfnl secretary. It is a typical Mayo pletnrn.