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Otis Skinner m 'KISMET The Miracle of the Theatre Art g it. v/m a mm Wm BETWEEN THE RISE OF THE SUN AND THE COMING OF NIGHT, HAJJ, THE BEG GAR. ROSE FROM THE DUST TO AFFLUENCE AND RETURNED AGAIN TO THE DUST FROM WHENCE BECAME. THE ARABIAN NIGHTS COME TO LIFE IN ALL THEIR MYSTERY, ROMANCE, AND WHIMSICAL HUMOR. NOTHING BIGGER, BETTER, OR MORE ARTISTIC. "KISMET" will Never Die TAKE A DAY OFF AND SEE "KISMET"—YOU WILL NEVER FORGET IT. NO INCREASE IN PRICES TIME OF SHOWS: AFTERNOONS—2:15 Tiiis schedule applies Friday and Sunday. EVENINGS: 7:15 Saturady shows, 1:30, 3:35, 5:40, 1 AND 9:30 : 50, 10:10 % 53 0 * The //owe/ike The cfre COMING ________ __________, __________ The most magnificent mother story ever told Monday and Tuesday—Mariorie Rambeau in ito THE FORTUNE TELLER/ the Jun bhe high Fire Insurance— J. H. Early. Mrs. John Hood, of Pocatello, was here malting social calls the fore part of the week. Mrs. J. C. Miillick went to Ogden Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jonathan Browning. James Duckworth left Wednesday afternoon for Boise, expecting ito re turn Friday morning. This (Friday) morning ior High will entertain school at ) impel. E. M. Kennedy returned the fore part of die week from a two weeks' trip to Seattle and other coast cities. The «board of county commission ers are in regular quarterly session this week, auditing the county ac count Fire Insurance, Beebe, Phone 120. Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Grimmer stop ped in Black foot yesterday, while en rol. from Mackay to thciir new 'ho, « ■ at Douglas, Wyoming. Mrs. W. H. Stoddard, of Moore, af ter vi; iting friends a few days in and near Blackfoot, lei: Tuesday for Su gar City, do visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gray McKay. Goodmar Johnson, of Blackfoot, was periled on for appendicitis at '(he Dr. Mitchell hospital, the first of it he week, and is reported to he getting along nicely. 'Life Insurance—Beebe, Tel. 120 Tli' Misses Edith and Alma J hn son arrived Monday from Ozone, ibis .......... -...........«.us : state, where 'the latter lias been am-' ployed as a teacher in the schools, j I he district in which Miss Johnson was teaching ran out of funds, ami, as a consequence was pompelled to j close the schools for the balance of the present term. The Misses John-) son «fill spend a few weeks here vis iting their father, A. Johnson, and ] <£K~> r« WE EXAMINE EACH EYE separately when we start to pre-) pare glasses. Not one person in a million has lw u eyes exactly' alike. So you can see how im portant it is to have the examin aton thorough for each eye Bet ter call and have us look at yours. ** ^ 0tsn 1 P-l> to trifle the We have the best equipment in the state—why buy from travel ing agents; keep your money and your eyes at home. DR. A. B. RICHARDS Offices Corner Main and Pacific Phone 425 at the home of tdieir brother, E. H. Johnson, of the News office. Dr. J. D. G'ilililan went up to Idaho Falls, Tuesday, to at'end the district interdenominational conference, imain tained by the pastors of all the evan gdlicad, denominations of this sec tion. The next meeting will be Iheld at Pocatello, May 2. Fire Insurance—-Beebe. Tol. 120. tf F. C. Parkinson .reports that Mr. John W. Ingram of Kansas City, the first vi|oe president of the big Con tinental oompany which ho repre sents, w,M lie here shortly, to go over the applications dor farm loans in 'Bingliaim county. Mr, Parkinson al ready has ouit close to half a million dollars in loans, and has ap;('ications now on 'hand tor close ito $100,000 more. The company has found lit tle trouble to get funds for all the conservative loans on as good secur ity as the irrigated farms of this county, and an official endorsement of the loans recommended by Mr. Parkinson may be expected. Fire Insurance— J. H. Early. ANOTHER MARKET SLUMP. Cattle and Hogs Drop to Lower Levels, With Heavy Receipts. (Kansas City Stockyards, April 111 'Liberal receipts of both catt'e and hogs caused a further decline in prices. Cattle were down from 15 to 25 cen s and practically back to the low point in early February. Hogs were down 25 to 4ii cents with 'the market under the 9 cent level for the first time in two months past. Receipts today were 15,000 pat tie, 13,500 hogs, and 7,500 ribeep, compared with 12,000 cattle, 10,500 hogs, and 6,000 sheep a week ago, and 1.025 cattle, 1,050 hogs and 3,100 sheep a year ago. In this week! lust year a strike among switchman j tied up traffic. Cattle prices were unevenly low-! er, mostly 25 cents. Choice steers) sold at $8.50 to $8.75, yearlings up to $8.75. and heavy steers up to $8.60. Heifers were 15 cents Lower' and cows down 15 to 25 cents. Veal ' cai'ves sold slowly at weak prices. ■ Though there was a fairly good demand for stoekers and feeders, es pecially the better grades, prices were weaik to 25 cents lower, largely be| Jause of the decline In fat steers. The approaching grazing seiason is increasing demand. Hog prices today crumpled under the 9-cent level; the decline was 25 to 40 cents, making a net loss of $1.25 in the past seven days. Chicago with receipts of 50,000, was 25 to 50 cents lower. Today's top price was $8.85, wnd bulk $8.00 to $8.75. Pies sold at $9.00 to $9.75. Trade lin the sheep' division was fairly active with lambs quoted stronger and sheep steady. Lambs sold mostly at $8.25 to $9.25 and ewes $5.50 ito $6.00. •x-x**x**X M X ,, X"X"X—x ,, x , *x ,, x , *X'*X"X M X M X**x**X"X , *x , *x ,, X"X M X"X"fr WANTED Blackfoot man, of business ability, would like to connect with local busi ness establishment in any capacity. Could consider advertising and public ity as part of duties. We're not afraid of work. Inquire Bingham County News office. ' ■ 4 m X*4**x**X m X m X- , x**x**x**x # 4-X m X m X , I "ES PART OF A FINGER. ! on his potato and horticultural L. \V. Van Akin is wishing that someone would toll him where he could buy seed to grow as good a finger as he had Sunday morning be fore it happened. He and a friend were taking off a rusted auto tire, and had it partly pried off, when the ring slipped while his middle finger was under it, and it clipped off the I whole end of he finger as clean as if an axe had done it. The finger « has been very painful, but not enough to keep him from carrying In sptvtion work. TELEPHONE POLES. A carload of telephone poles ar rived in Blackfoot, this week, t > car ry our a number of extensions that have been promised as soon as the material could be brought in. There I ; ' UNITED STATES SUFFERS TRE MENDOUS FOREST FIRE LOSSES Washington, D. C.—Forest fires, sweeping over 56,488,307 acres of land in 45 states, caused damage amounting to $85,715,747 during the five years 1916 to 1920, inclu sive, according to information made public today the by Forest Service of the United States Department of Agriculture. A total of 160,31S for est fires occurred during this per iod. Minnesota was the chief suffer er. Its loss being $30,895,868. The bulletin containing this infor mation is a special edition of Safe guarding America Against Fire Is sued for the Federal and S'iate forest services by the National Board of Fire Underwriters. It presents the latest survey of the country's forest fire situation, and ipoints out 'that the major portion of the damage bo America's forest resources, due to human agencies, is preventable. Rail roads caused the largest number of all fires chargeable to such agencies. The bulletin also presents reports from the Forest Service on fires in the National Foresits and from State forestry officials covering conditions in 20 s'ates. These reports deplore the present day waste of natural re sources and emphasize the need for public education to avoid the disas trous consequences of continued neg lect in falling to provide adequate fire protection for the forests of the country. cfeuol* to 111 » I fl 11 v BAPTIST CHURCH. E. O. Butler, Pastor. Next Sunday is known among our Bapitist churches as "Denomination al Day." The subject of the sermon on Sunday morning will be "Wlhy a Bap - ist Church and a Bajptist Task?" At 8 p. m. the boys and igirts of the Baptist World Crusaders will ex hibit ithe model of "The City That Is to Be." These Crusaders have been studying tihe latest texibbook on Junior sociological work, "Mr. Friend to Mian," and this model City has been iconstructed according ito the ideals of world leaders for children's work. The parents and friends olf the boys and girls are invited to en joy the exercise Sunday night, which will preseflit and explain this city. A short sermon will follow the ex ercise. The Sunday School begins as us ual at 10 a. m., and the young peo ple at 7 p. im. The Juniors will also meet at 7 p. m. In the lecture room of the church. You iand your en* ire family and all of your friends are invited to at tend some of these meetings. METHODIST CHURCH. J. D. Gillilan The Sunday School meets at 10 o'clock for a session of an hour un* der the supervision of Prof. E. D. Bloom. At 11, the public congregation worships for an hour, with a living program, which includes a sermon Iby is a live demand for phones, in'these days of muddy roads and blizzards, and Manager Woodruff is up to his neck in work ij. keep abend of the demand. Mr. Woodruff's neck, how ever, isn't as high above the ground as he wishes it were for volume of phone business. Expert at It. ''Jim married a masseuse, didn't lie?" "Yes. and she certainly rubs it into him. - '—Boston Transcript. CARD OF THANKS. To the many kind friends and ac quaint la trees wbo have assisted us by I acts of kindness, grateful words of ; sympathy and for the many beauti ' fill flowers, we wish to extend our warmest and heartfelt thanks. . AUGUST CARLSON, EVERETT. ALBERT and WIFE. CARL AND MAYMK CARLSON. a The Brown-Hart Co. "THE HOME OF POPULAR PRICES" Gauge Trimmed Hats Discounted 20 Percent / // \Vio\? 7 //, y y' X ,:Yi These Gauge Trimmed Hats come in very durable styles for the Miss or Matron Spring Footwear ni The Spiling showing embraces the newest " styles in oxford, strap pumps and slippers • for WOMEN, MISSES and CHILDREN | the pastor. Supporting this service is /lie choir with its well-rendered anthems and other productions. In the evening at 7, the Epworth League with Miss Grace Hoit at the presidential helm, has its session; and at this time the League is mak ing extensive preparations for their rally, which occurs May 3, a more ex'ensive notice appearing later. At S, the minister will speak again, the League choir furnishing tihe music. Lutheran Church, Firth. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Services next Sunday at 11 a. m. No services in the evening. HIGH PRIEST'S CONFERENCE. On Sunday, April 17th, at 2 p. m„ a special testimony meeting for High Priests and their wives only, will convene in the Stake Tabernacle. At 7:30 p. m., an open conference — m — m ^•W~X-X>4"X^X~X*"X~X~X''X"X-+***Xri--X*-X~X"X"fr*X"X~X~X"X"X"* J Friday and Saturday THEDA BARA in "CLEOPATRA" A Gorgeous, Gigantic Wonder Play Historv s most seductive siren lives again in lay isli splendor in this mightiest of screen dramas. See Julius Caesar, Mark Antony, Pliaron, in fact, all the characters you have studied in school; read about in ancient history. ORPHEUM x*4~x~x~><x~x*«x~x^x-x"x»*4~x"x*4"x~x^x~x*4"x~x~x"x'*x"x"i • *-X>*«X^X~X~X"X"X~X~X-X-X"X~X-<~X~X"X~X~X > 4~X-K'~i*«X"H"X"| 1 Monday and Tuesday I MARY PICKFORD'S LATEST PRODUCTION "THE LOVE LIGHT" is a thing so exquisite, so rich in detail, so full of human pathos and lovely comedy, that we do not hesitate to recommend it to our pat rons as the greatest success in Miss Piekford's remarkable career ORPHEUM THEATRE *:"^'î M î''H M W"X~X**X~X^X*X"X*4»X-XK-X^H~X"X~H-^X~X-X"X"X*>î» meeting will be held, to which the general public is cordiailly invited. All High Priests are urged and expected to be in attendance at both sessions of this conference. Signed: F. C. PARKINSON, EPHtRLAM BRIGGS, B. HARVEY ALLRED, Stake Presidency of High Priests. Lutheran Church, Blackfoot. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Our services next Sunday in the evening at 8 o'clock. The sermon will center around the blessing we received from the Diet of Worms, April 18 being the 400th anniver sary of that great event. Luther League at P. M. Ander son's April 21st. Confirmation exercises of this year's catechumens Sunday, April 24, at 10 a. ,m. Confirmation reunion April 24, In the evening at 8 o'clock.