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I came across ads for this theater looking for other information on theaters in that area. Seems it was a separate facility from the Gem/Crystal. The owners of the Gem would use the Uno when the Gem wasn't available. It is implied the Uno was a smaller house. The mentions in the newspapers peter out in the early 1920's. I still need to figure out the address but I have some clues as seen below.