The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, March 06, 1920, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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"1UTTINO TI1H THAIIi"
IH COMING 11KHK SOON
f 'jirlyli Muckwcll ami Kvolyn Orooley
Sturml In An Intense llriunu of
Lovo und ItcgiMit intion
"HlttliiK tho Trail" Is coming to
tills city noon. It will bo neon to
night at tho Liberty Thoatro with
Cnrlyte Illuekwoll and Kvolyn Orcoloy
tho Immoiifloly popular stars, In the
leading roles.
Tho Btory Is of lovo and regenera
tion and It concerns tho advontureR
of Kid Kolly, leader of tho Kolly
gang-, played by Carlyle Illackwell,
and Flo Haines, also a product of tho
East Side, but a girl of rortnemont
and a lender In an Kat Sldo mission.
Tho story tolls of tho way that tho
Kid and Kid moot, of tholr growing
lovo for ouch other, and of tho man
ner In which they dually achieve
happltiosH.
Tho story of "Hitting the Trail"
was wrltton by Hoy Someryillo, who
has written a large number of Hereon
successes, and tho scenario wuh pre
pared by Harry 0. Hoyt, who Is not
alono ono of tho most accomplished
continuity writers In the business, hut
who also has over ' COO produced
screen hucccssos to his credit.
Many tif tho scenes In this produc
tion were taken on tho Knst Sldo and
they giro gtlmrNCH of that very In
teresting section of Now York that
aro seldom seeu in pictures or iu
photographs.
Tho action of the picture is speedy
and interesting. From start to finish
"Hitting the Trail" is Interesting and
entertaining and tho sort of a plcturo
that every solitary mumber of the
family thoroughly enjoys. You
should see this picture. Do see It.
o -"THK
KAIHHlt'H 8IIAIOW"
IS DOHOTIIY DAITON'M
NKWKST l'HOTOPLAY
Story DcaN with Mitchlmtlloim of
Ocmiiiu Spies In (Ills Country
Killed Willi MyMcry
Tho SOHH08 of "Tho KaWor Sh d
nwH uro located In a liirg" A'rerli i
city, and tho story deals wall an
Miiniiwlilln. Fischer leaves Tallin
and Hugo to thomsolvos and it Is
apparent that tho two aro very mucn
in lovo with each othor. Paula re
turns to her room, rips tho underlin
ing from her nklrt and drawing thoro
from tho missing plans of tho rldo.
Mho hides thorn In tho roller shudo of
tho eurtaln. Lai or, Paula hoos Uoyd
and Informs him that sho Is In posses
sion of his plans, llo accompanies
hor to tho apartment In which they
aro hidden, but when Paula pulls
down tho shade, both are mystified at
tho discovery that tho plans have
oncu mora disappeared.
Paula confossoa to Uoyd that alio
took tho plans from him, intending
to hand thorn ovor to Kromlln hor
oolf. She' rofusoH to disclose hor
roasonH for this act, but promlso.i
to do bo within twonty-four hours.
Kromlln now appoars upon tho scuno
nntl Hnvil lu el van nlinther Ott)0rtUII-
ity to disclose tho hiding place of his
I plans, but tho young American in
vnntnr rnfiiRns to make any conces
sion, whereupon Kremlin threatens
to bring him to a frightful death
: through an Injection of tetanus
germs.
llnvil nerslsts In his refusal, even
though his wife pleads with Inn to
savo his llfo for her sake, If for no
' other reason. At , this luittnut Paula
.confesses to 'Dorothy that she Is not
In woman's maid, but in reality In
Colests Hantoul. of tho French Intel
ligence Department. Dorothy Is
stunned by tho news that Paula 1s an
ally, and not an oniny. Paula finds
herself In u peculiar posltlen be
cause sho loves Hugo, n German Roc
runt Snrvlcn official, and ho loVOS her.
Jbollovlng that she, of course, Is a
rro'Ucrman.
It dovelops that Paula has arrang
ed for tho raiding of tho Fischer
house nt II o'clock that night by
American 8ccrot Service operatives
and sho whispers to Doyd to bo of
good cheer, Tho raid takes place
just oh Kremlin Is tanking a final
threat to kill Uoyd and when tho
Secrot Service men appear, Kromlln
orders Hugo to fire upon them, but
Instead of doing so, Hugo turns tho
gun upon Kremlin, and In tho ensu
ing struggle Kremlin Is shot to death.
It now transpires that Hugo Is no
more n Herman than lu Paula, or
Celeste, hut that ho lu at tho head of
the department of the United States
Secret Service, charged with he mis
s'ou to rid tho country of a band of
otierget'r German spies. Tho mys
ter or the inlying plans Is solved
when Hugo hands them over to Uoyd
with the explanation that bo had
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them and that ho had restolon thoul This romnrkabln Hint iro of lovo
bo that ho might frustrate tno uor- anu uerman ciumqwihu
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The Career of.
Katherine Bush
Liberty Theatre Sunday, March 14.
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Write for
Catalog of
Economical
House Plans
You have won Hi
lilies of good linn
It i r wasted I u
building the old
v,-,o i uli.ng your wood n vou nee 1 II
That uti the expensive unnecessary
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to you
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Tho other big thing I labor. It
Isn't the putting in place that makes
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DOROTHY" DALT0N 7...
AmorloMU Inventor, Cleuioiil Moyd, ,
who htut Invented n "ray rljlo. ' whl. h
has bnoii accepted by the Ordname
Depurlment of the IJiilteil States (2ov
eriimont, und tho secret of which N
deHired by William Kromlln, chief of
the Uerman spy systom In that city. 1
In tho opening scenes, Clement Uoyd
and Dorothy Hnblnsou are wedded,)
and tho nuptials aro made an elabor
ate social function. The plans of1
tho rifle, Invented by Hoyd, aro not
yet completed, and ho decides to take;
thorn away with him on his honey
moon. When tho couple escape
their friends, who chase them lo the
strcot, Doyd Is Tor un Instant sopur
ated' from his bride. Ilelloving her
to bo lu his limousine, ho vaults,
into the- vehicle, which Is rapidly
driven nwuv.
Scolng that tho car Is on tho wrong
road, Doyd picks up the speaking
tubo to question the chauffeur, when
ho feuls tho pressure of a revolver ,
against h1 cheek. He I urns In ns
tonlohnii'iit to dud the revolver In the
hands of his veiled bride, who whis
pers to tlii chauffeur and tells him
"It's all right, Hugo, go ahead."
Tho machine stops, the cliiiurfeur
opens the door, and covers Hoyd with
a revolver. The girl .it his Hide re
moves hur veil and IiihIuiiiI of his
bride, Hoyd ruroisulzoH I nula Harris,
his wife's maid.
Hoyd Ik ordered U outer the houim 1
of Frederick Fischer, who demaudM
that ho turn over to him the plana,
for his ririo.Hoyd Is bourched but'
tho plans ure not found, Fischer Is
furious at this und denounces both I
Paula and Hugo for blundering.
Doyd announces that the plans hud '
been sent to Washington, and do-t
rounds that ho bo released. This I
Fhicher refuses to do, and he order-! !
Doyd to be confined until William
Kremlin, tho chief of tho Gorman
spies, decides upon his ultimate fute
Ho Is led Into n handsomely fur
nished apartment, with a door that
evidently opens urn hln bodrnmr,
"Wheu he opons this ho is confronted
uy Dorothy, his bride. Tho two dis
cuss their situation and Dorothy tolls
bow a man jumped Into her car and
ordered tho driver to fetch her, to
Fischer's house. Dorothy is convluu-
that Paula, the maid, Is iu possession
of tho plum. I
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'r ngb nihmtod for their iiolloy the Hlognii, "Tn I'tiittuiitt-r Is
right." and hurt hold x'liiunily to It.
In every wo, uuleHH the otiHtomur wuh idalnly endeavoring to
lut over a crooked deal, IiIm vlljw.of a controversy wuh taken an
right. Thetio houtieH aniiouneu a Iohk of Iohm than one-halt of ono
per rent uh a runult.
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Tho above Is again our policy for tho your 1920.
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says the Good Judge
fo'mr'! X strrU'chew of
U)is iood tobacco.
You fct real tobacco sat
isfaction out of this small
chew. The rich' taste
hurts and lasts. You don't
need a fresh chew so
often. Any man who uses
the Real Tobucco Chew
will tell you that.
Put Up In Two Sty!
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
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