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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1925)
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JL O A N S
Own your own home. Why pay rent?
Choicest lots and acreages any part of City On easy terms
tniKY'iti: thiu)vin(j iii:h
AOA1X IX T1IK SIOYIKH
Y?9 sir, they're really
Ties again In thu movies.
And custard plus, tit that.
Glim Hunter mmlo u Knit dlscovory
at the Paramount West Const studios j
nainuly and tewlt: that custard plus
ro Just im Htlcky as thoy look.
It took Hunter tun minutes to pit !
all tho custard out of IiIh eyes, anil
ho hud to nut on a complete now fac
James Cruxo, noted Paramount
producer who matlu "Morton of tho
Movies" with Hunter In thu starring
rolo ami Viola Dana fonturod, wrote
tho suuuo Into tho script on tho spur
of tho moniont.
IIm decided that 11 untor, as tho
awkward small-town "Morton" foot
loose and fancy free In 'Hollywood,
whould s antler Into a comedy not
wtorro Miss Dana wan workliiK Just
In time to receive tho plo hurled hy
a eross-cycd vlllau
"Now!" tdioutcd Cruze as Morton
r.ot In line.
Three stage hands nonchalantly
trooppud up thu mangled remains of
itho ouHtnrd pie.
"Merlon of tho Movies," tonight
and Suudnv at tho Liberty theatre,
tenure Viola D.in.i In thu cast.
Anionic other' are Ethel Wales
Charles Oslo, Luku Cosgravo and Do
jisi eitrirs wisi-: ritAi'K
James Cruze. the man who made
"Tliu Covered Wiiroii," Inia nil oyo
for the fltnoM of things.
X 1 Im new Paramount plrturo, "The
City That Never Sloop." begins In
:i Uowery Mnloon, proeeedx through
(Iftron yenrs of narrative, and onda
In n police Mtutlon.
When Wiilter Woods and Anthony
Cnldvwny wrote, tho screen play from
Troy Sroti's story. "Mother O'Day."
thoy tlldn't tihlnk It would b vary
nlno to laav Lousl" Draaaor. Kathlvn
"WUllnnm. Ittesrdo Cortar anil Vir
ginia Lea Corbln. the fwuurml play
rs. otandluic In a pollea itiiliou at
the final faUa-ont. so thoy added a
mtquoiK to taka placa In a rullrotid
Hut Crua didn't llko It.
-Anything that ularU In a aaloon
rfmlly ahould ond in a nolle uUitlon."
lie arguad with a twinkle tn lilt '.
and tlmt'i tho wny ha ondod It.
"Ttaa Cf.y Tlnit Novor Slnopi"
toniwi to tho Liberty Thuntru Hntur
4ay, April 18.
CKliAT CAST SlM'POItTS (JI.OItlA
in "iii:k i.evi: htouv"
'Gloria Hwuuhou'i Intent plrturo,
'-Olur Love Story" boiiHta a truly ex
traordinary coat and it Ih due to tho
3ar.llhHt Allan Dwan, who dlroctod It
tor i Paramount organization,
SUiew thu word "realtem" iiorlously.
"Hnr lovo Story" la baned upon
JSnrMfk Tuttlo K.'idaptatlon of "Ilor
rBATIIUIC AT THH LIIJKHTY TIlISATIti:, WICDXIIMDAY, AIMtIL Ifl
. r lAUfcfc. ji flHfefi j Affi&L '
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ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Leading Realty Dealers
Majesty, tho Qucon" hy Mary Roberts
Hlnohurt, It In u tutiL'hliiK romance
of lovo anil mother-lovo In thu ntinuH
phoru of royalty.
Ulorln plays tho part of bhu Queen.
Thu other members of tho all-ntur
cast Include such cupuhlu players us
Inn Kulth, George Fnwcolt,
Majoronl iimt Donald Unit.
huru's whuru Allan Dawn's mania for
realism conies In. llu wasn't Matin-
fled to have merely adorn, no matter
how able, Interpret tho vurloutt roloti.
llu wanted tho Konutnu, dyeil-ln-tliu-wool,
men and women who were J tint nn
much at homo In a Kuropoan court iih
the averaKo man In on Main Street.
And ho got them! So that when you
hco tho llaroneKH do Iledumnnu or
Uuucrat LodlJuitHky on thu Hereon,
romemher you are looking at people
who npent moit or their lire hobnob
bltig with real klticn and ueeiiii.
Gloria hIiowh un In tho ntory that
the life of a queen It not all that It'rt
cracked up to be. Not that being a
iiuecn hnmi't got Mi advnutagoH, bu
eaiiHu It cnrtalnly hanl On the other
hand Miuru are ho many dlHadvaiit
iigeit that tho average girl who hooh
Ihu picture will bu glad that Mho wiih
not horn to the royal purple! The
photoplay will ho on view for ono
day at the Liberty Theatre, Sunday,
"Flowing Oold," the Plrat NV
tlouul plrturo produced by Itlehard
Walton Titlly from the famnuit Itox
Heaeh novel, which will be Hneii nt
tho Liberty 'Pheatro next Thunulny
and Friday Ih typically aud ihiiii.
tlally an Amorleau tale The loenlo
la the great mMithwo.it, but It Ik not
In any hoimo of the wind a "eowlioy
H'hiMi Hex Hunch wrote of thu oil
'lalda of Toxins during tho rocout
rusti Into that dlatrlct, lie wrota nt
Unit hand llanch wag ihar. and
milled ovary mini of the linluitry.
tt:d tlio rhnraeUra nrounil about him.
Svr haa ha written of mora fnarin
ulna and annealing paoplH tibau
thuaa b choaa for litis mlchty vlory.
Itlrhurd Walton Tully. tba omi
.(in playwrlght-proilier, In easting
about for a "typlually American"
;lv fur th serson, aeliwtod "I'lnw
Inv Oold" liaeauso It Movumd to pnMH
est all thu uwmutlnl olumontH of a
re;il and oplou Amurlnan romance,
ind bueatiSH ho holluvoH that Hcctlnn
.if Amerlen will nlwayu hold a moHt
Importuut place In drama and litera
ture. "Tho ho u th wont will ulwiiyH brood
aweotniiHH, softueHH, patience and
courage," ho mild, "all noble human
uttrlbutoH, nml It In the human qual
ities In playH which mako thorn live.
Chivalry a I way h uppeala to tho play
goer, and wherever ono gooH In tho
BouthwoHt, chlvulry la to bu found.
"Pooplo prefer "humaiiH' to chnr
uctoni in their playn," Tully polutu
out, Illustrating hy tho patiHngo of thu
icruoit vampire, an artificial typo. "I
think the public alwuyH itppruclatoa u
good, wholoHome Htory," he aald.
"The truly great film In thu one
which Ih ho human that It appeal to
thu entire public becaiiHu It reaction
Into each heart."
"Flowing Oold," which iiih been
Interpreted by one or the mont tal
ented c.iHtn ever iiHHumbled. Including
Anna Q. NIIihoii, Milton HIIIh, Crnu
furd Kent, Alice Calhoun, John
Ilocho, JoHophluo Crowotl, llerl Wood
rufT, ('hurlcM Bolton, and tunny other
famoiiH playern, Ih eimeiitlally human.
It dealn with tho ntruggloH or an
American family ngaiiiHt adverHlty,
and their liitonnely human experleiic-
oh nfter Hitddeii wealth overlakon
OLD llOWKItY LIVKH
From the pages of ono of Ameri
ca's mont famoiiH novel will Htep
what Is hailed as a cIiihhIc or the
Hereon, when Fools Highway," IJnl
versiil's first groat starring vuhlclo
for Mary IMillblu alncu "Merry-Oo
Hound." will bo at thu Liberty thea
tre Wednesday, April 15 It Is the
adaptation of "My Mamie Hose,"
Owen Klldaru's ruinous story or the
old llowery. actually the author's
own lire Played by n great cast or
notablo players in' a spectacular set
ting that reproduces In ecry detail
thu famouM old street, the now pic
ture Is held one of lha masterplucoi
of thu yenr for Its falthrul portrayal
of life and gripping drama Interest
Uomniitlc old spolH that have be
come' American tradition, are the
background for this Intensely human
tale. Stove Ilrodlo, Chuuk Connurs,
Philadelphia Jack O'liriun. and nil
thu old celebrities of thu most ro
mantle street in Amurlean history,
nppoar In thw story. In their native
habitat It la a human aUry or hu
ms it baltiK. and so arruratoly dour
undrr the dlrrrtlon or Irving Cum
minus. It nMtim n orltibl ulluipsf
Into actual life.
Mary Phllbln pls the rile or th
I wistful little clothi a-manilar hiinian-
ly. with rare ehnrm Mho luval Mike
Kllditro, hullv and ga neuter. H
finds, through his love for her, a way
Tho eomplola raproduetloii of tho
old street. Its chugging steam ele
vated. Its buggies and tandem bicy
cles, and the Interiors, hlstorlonlly
correct, of "Suicide Hall," 'Htevu
llrodle's and other spots Hint are now
tradition, are liituusuly Interesting
backgrounds for the gripping piny.
We i do your Job work.
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FKATUIti: AT TIIK LIIIIMtTV TllllATItlJ, HAIVHUN., AIMUI. 11-12
M ert 0 N
of the Movies'
Dr. Jacob O. Kcluirman, forme
president of Cornell university an
minister to China under Hnnllnr
Is the new. U. S, ambuHsutlor to
DON'T HLAMi: TIIK 1XDIAXH
In "Hoport upon rorustry" by F.
H. Hough In 1882, which Is a report
on 'his studios In thu west made to
thu United States Department of Ag
riculture, tho fallowing nceount. by
William Phillips, a pioneer of Cluck
tunas, Oreguu. is reund:
"When I ciiiuu to this country In
IS til it wus almost perfect In all Its
wllducHs. With a row exceptions, not
a tree or n shrub had been touched
by tho hand or man. Thousands or
wild Indians roved over tint prairies
or huutril game In thu almost impuii
titrable forests No fires had run In
these forests for hundreds of years,
thu Indians being careful not to lot
thu riro got out, lust the grass should
bu burned from their horses, of which
they hud tfiouianils, or lest the game
should be driven rrom Mm forest In
their section or thu lountry Lurgu
trees, S or I root In dlntuoter, stood
In those forests, with the nccumulat
d debris or hundreds of years lying
around their bnsu. with not n sign or
Ore about thorn. Hut early In thu
summer or 1S47, when tho Imiiil
grantH, Mho had Hot out to seek homo
htetiil for thuiiKulvcs begun to ar
rive, rires got started In thu forests,
and thu summer being dry they hum
an through the wholu summer. Mll-
lions of ncres of as flno forest timber
as can he round on mirth today weru
buriifd ovor and Itlilwl Whole for
ests of red mid yellow fir or the giant
arbor t it iih, and or hemlock nud tam
arack ware destroyed by thosu rag
ing fires The smoke was ho thlok
that w eould liardl hum the nun at
midday, and people complained or
soro uye and oppressed breathing.
Tho ashes enrrlml by thu )vIiiiIh he
dame a nuisance In aud about our
houses, but at length thu rail rains
eumu. put out Muf fSrua and ilrovo
away thu smoko, ho that tho people
could broatho frooly again, and got
a vlow or the country, and or tho
ruins or thu torus tH which had been
her groat out boast. A million of dol
lars would not repair tho damage
dono by riru during thnt summer."
Harney tho land of sunshine,
1 ' 'y ' ' " ' mi ! i
tBHP3il 9 W mm 4M
aupponof! "Do y,m thlnlt thorp
vor was n full (rrow.ii mnti that know
.11 thu words to Sisr ftpunglod llun
ncr.?" Wlsegiiy: "Huro.! Fruncls S. Koy
HuppoBer: "Who'.V ho?"
WlHOguy; "Tho man who wrotiH
IIIiONDH lll'JSH OI'.Ni:S
"It's n lotta sxtlnfactlon fellows
got thoso dnys whon thoy nHk yotinm
ladle.1 for a kiss.'"
City Hllek: (To'f-'armor) "Mllklnr
Farmnr: "No Mutiuoy, I'm Jutt fuel?-
lug her pulse."
Cynical Ijuslttntd: "And what
Cynical Hubby: "I know that iuitu
well, dear but how did you express
Milton Sills uFtewln Gold!
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