The Center of the Web

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The Center of the Web  (1914) 
by Jack Harvey
A 1914 American silent short crime drama film
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THE SOCIETY LEADER, A SECRET MEMBER OF THE BAND.

GEORGE LINTON, A SECRET SERVICE MAN IS DETAILED TO SEARCH FOR THE COUNTERFEITERS.

PRIVATE

A SOCIETY RECEPTION.

A WEEK LATER.

JEALOUSY.

THE DETECTIVE VISITS SOME POOR FRIENDS.

SHE HEARS OF LINTON'S PROTEGES.

SEVERAL DAYS LATER.

Wanted. Elderly man to take charge of New-York office for out of town concern. Salary must be moderate.

Randall, 935 W. 23rd St.

Office

WANTED.--Elderly man to take charge of New York Office for out of town concern. Salary must be moderate.
Randall, 935 W. 23rd St.

SATURDAY MORNING.
THE OLD CLERK IS PAID HIS SALARY.

PAMESE BROS.
FINE FRUITS


5¢

SEVERAL DAYS LATER.
A VISIT TO A SUBURBAN POLICE STATION.

"I WILL RETURN IN HALF AN HOUR."

WORRIED OVER LINTON'S ABSENCE, THE OFFICERS SET THE POLICE DOGS ON HIS TRAIL.

RECOGNITION.

WHEN THEY WERE SENTENCED.

To the District Attorney:-
Old Ralph and his daughter are innocent. It was planned by the "Double X" counterfeiting outfit to throw you off the trail. Investigate and you will find I am right.

A friend

IDEAL FILMS LTD.,

The
END

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1954, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.