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The Butte daily post. [volume] (Butte, Mont.) 1913-1961, November 15, 1917, Image 7

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BURKE MAKES WONDERFUL IMPRESSION AS A
PARAMOUNT STAR -NOW AT AMERICAN THEATER
Ä V s
Mysterious Miss Terry" is an
>n of a story by Gelett
the well known author and
, and marks his entrance into
|d of photoplay writing. His re
Dle literary success in the past
[to a brilliant future in this line
[is more than justified by his
production.
Burke, as Mavis Terry, clov
emonstratos a novel method of
both happiness and a hus
The latter she does by a process
jaination — that is, she goes in
to a nearby boarding house
[ she takes up the life of an or
worki'ng girl, although she is
Uty an heiress. Here she meets
young men who promptly fall in
rith her.
. of them is poor and struggling
^living, although far superior to
- young men she has
"i*v her former sphere. Finding
seSfst ambitions of each she
EOPLES
HIP
The Only
EXCLUSIVE
VaudeviHe
Show
IN THE CITY
Tonight
AT
7:15 and 9:15
SIX
SUPREME
Attractions
IThe Pathe News and
I a Universal Comedy
|35c Any Seat 35 c
WAR TAX INCLUDED
bargain matinee
tomorrow AT 2:15
[25c Any Seat 25c
War Tax Included
is able to gratify them and thus dis-lau
cover which is really worth while and
est.
In accomplishing this purpose, the
determined young heroine i. valves
herself in many thrilling and humor
ous situations, such as a narrow es
cape from being arrested for robbing
her own house, and later for giving
MRS. VERNON CASTLE IN "THE
MARK OF CAIN" AT THE RIALTO
"The Mark of Cain," another of the
big new Pathe plays in which Mrs.
Vernon Castle is starred at the Rialto
theater today and until Sunday, is said
to be one of the*best 'picture* produced
by" any company in maw months.
The supporting company is headed
by Antonio Moreno, one of the two
or three most popular men on the
jjereen. Among the well known Vita,
raph picturi^ in which hé h'çüà had
-ading part^&re "The Island of
T Regeneration" and "Kennedy Square."
j He has played on the stage with such
famous stars Mrs. Leslie ♦'Cartel',
{ Tyrone Power/Constanee Collier, Wll
| ton Lackaye and William Haw trey and
( he was known on the stage for his
work in such stage successes as
j Thias," "C. O. Ü" and "The Man
, From Cook's." Every production on
stage or screen in which Moreno has
I been featured has been a money maker,
j The program at the Rialto also in
i eludes the seventh episode of " The
j Fighting Trail" and a comedy 'll
j laughs — called "Neptune's Naughty
Daughter," featuring Alice Howell.
MRS. VERNON CASTLE AT THE RIALTO.
SENSATIONAL FALL
IS PICTURE CLIMAX
Glorious Bienery marks Harold
Lockwood's Metro-Yorke production.
"The Hidden Spring." to be sh..«n
the. orplicum theater on '"day an
Saturday. This feature pbotodnM»
has been plcturlzed by tied J- U®'
hofor from the novel of the sente nu
by Clarence li. P.elland. and depicts
life in and near an Arizona mlnin„
<, '™ P one scene Mr. Lockwood, as Don-;
laid Keeth, a younti lawyer, attempts
to save a lumberman who 1 lui'M ■
down a rocky cascade. in s» dom
he loses his own footing, and '« s«e t
offer him by the angry current. To
I tether the men struggle in the foam
1st the foot of the waterfall and th. n
jp.v-<■}.> . ; v ,.|ihmv
ay
gown
In
i
j
j
Humorous episode and thrill
ature follow in rapid succes
i the heels of each other until
ting and unexpected eenoue
e* place which clears the ; t
und gives just the right
nding." The production was
1er the direction of J. Searle
Mr
nod
K< • th
Plf
out-1
smaller, weaker man
ifety. Incidentally, this episode fur
nishes the material for the climax of
the play, since Have, the lumberman,
holds the secret that Keeth needs to
know in his fight against graft and
corruption, and in gratitude for his res
cue Have tells th« truth.
Lockwood mm nues are not'd
beauty of their i lithographs
do«»r scenes. Antonio Handle is me
cameraman in "The Hidden Spring, as
in other recent Metro-Yorke produc
tions. anti the virility and bravery of
the star himself must receive credit
for the vigor and dush of this and
other productions. >
THE BUTTE DAILY POST
POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS
Is th,
Hawley, famous as the director of
Marguerite Clark productions, includ
ing such not; ! • .>r»es us "Snow
White," ''The V < i-.-nt in*- Girl," "Molly
Make- Believe," "Mi. and Men," "Silks
and Satins" and others.
"The Mysterien Miss Terry'* will
he shown for th» i.i -1 times tonight
and tomorrow.
ARTISTIC FEATURE AT
PEOPLES HIP TONIGHT
Miss Gene Knight and her Six Sym
phony Belles, a sextet of exceptional
violinisles. are the headline attraction
at the Peoples Hip tonight. Miss
Knight plays an instrument of her
own Invention, a Viola de Gamma,
combining the qualities of violin and
cello. Five additional feature ads. the
latest Pathe News and a Universal
comedy are also on the program.
THE LIMIT.
"That fellow Skinflint is the cham
pion tightwad," said Smith.
"That so?'*, asked Jones.
' Yes," Haid Smith. "Why, they tell
me that he saves his match stubs for
kindling."
TEETHonSALE
C 01 , A 1/ ON YOUR DENTAL
OdVC /2 BILL
For a Limited Time
I am selling my regular Q
$20 sei ol ieeth lor.... «P
GUARANTEED =
To FIS Right-—Look Right
lie Right
ALL SHADES, COLORS
AND SHAPES
DR RINfKFI THE DENTIST
Mßa.\m lUfil tI M. 3l. 1 il i open evenings
ANANC0NDA"0ver Smith's Drug Store. BllTTE—Over Clark's Bank
:\
FDR THF. NEW FOE
leading
Aero Chief Expects U. S. Will
Have Difficulty in Putting
Out 20.000 Fliers.
many t
long
casual tie
ml
d pila
rted preparation
aviators on
eves it will
ether that
training is
and
volv
heavy
e newcomers, he says
will, particularly at first, "be unable
to judge the military conditions and at
least 25 per cent of (ho machines t
i»e disabled during the long transport."
Lieutenant General Von Ardenne ol
tln> Berliner Tageblatt; who reports
this conversation with Yon Hichthofer
•vf the Flanders front, adds that the
.< > ernten air service, which evidently
has been for'warned by newspaper dis
cussion of American plans, is steadily
increasing the number of aviators and
machinas. i
Herman lighting airplanes. General
von A cl mil ne says, now carry wire
less receiving outfits which enable
them to engage in combat promptly
with enemy fliers. This is necessi
tated by new conditions on the Flan
ders front, where vfrhmlp squadrons of
allied machines can appear over tho
German lines in a surprisingly short
lime. German squadrons starting
from the ground to meet the invaders
would be too late, so they must con
sequently be in tho front lines either
Hying or ready for flight.
German aviators say they have
noted recently that a majority of tho
British fliers in Flanders are showing
themselves in the Dixmude sector of
the front instead of the region of
I'aHschendaele.
General von Ardenne discusses va
rious developments of tho Flanders
lighting, among them the decrease in
use of hand grenades, which in close
lighting are as dangerous to friend as
to foe. They are being displaced by
light machine guns and special units
whoso tusk is to seek out enemy bat
teries by sight or hearing. The muz
zle! flash of a gun, he says, is observed
from three to live stations con
cted by telephone and the position
the gun is learned easily. A spe
cial apparatus has been designed to
determine the distance and direction j
from which the sound of a cannon's J
discharge comes.
CONTEMPLATE NO CHANGE
IN FIXED PRICES OF COKE
Washington, Nov. 15.—Coke prices j
fixed by the fuel administration will !
not be changed, it was announced to- !
day, unless producers establish be
yond question that their costs of pro- j
duction justify alterations. If changes
in price are sought the applicants will
be required to make out a schedule of,
their costs in a manner approved by |
the federal trade commission.
ENJOYABLE DANCfe.
The second dancing party of the
ries tendered by the Woman's Patri
otic association to the soldiers fook
place last evening at the Silver Bow
club and was a complete success.
There were about 130 officers and men
present. Partners for the dancers
ro furnished by special invitation.
The decorations were in red, white and
blue, the work of K. W. Softly. The
next dance will take place on the eve
ning of Dec. 7.
Catarrh is an excessive secretion,
accompanied with chronic inflammation,
from tho mucous membrane. Hood's
Sarsaparilla ads on lhe mucous mem
brane through the blood, reduces inflam
mation. establishes healthy action, and
radically cures all cases of catarrh.
WANTS NEW TRIAL.
The defenduut in the case of George
Rich against Sarah Elliott today filed
with the clerk of the district court a
notice of intention to move for a new
trial.
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THE
HIDDEN
SPRING
A story of moral courage
and the great outdoors.
Is there a hidden spring
in your nature?
ALWAYS GOOD PICTURES "
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