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CARPENTIERTO MAKE BID FOR MOVIE HONORS European ‘Champ’ to Share Screen With Bosworth and Others. WM. FAVERSHAM BACK Georges Carpentier, heavyweight champion of Europe, will make his Indianapolis debut as a movie actor at the Circle Sunday. As the first movie vehicle of the i-hal- J longer for the heavyweight championship of the world, a story called "The Wonder Ms a" has been selected. Another event of interest is the return of Julian EltNjge to the local screen after a long absence. Eltinge will lie seen in "the Adventur ess." opening at the Isis Sunday. other well known movie stars who will he on view next week wtil he Elaine Hamraerstein. Bennison. H*>bnrt Bosworth. Vincent Serrano. Toin Moore and William Faversham PIUHATtt STORY OF THE sE\ OMENS StNDAY AT KSGtISH’H. The sett again furnishes the background for a dramatic story iu Hobart Bos worth's latest photoplay, “Be'ow the Sur- . face,” which will be the attraction at English's all of next week, starting to morrow afternoon. The locale Is a fishing village on the rocky roast of Maine and the star has the role of a stern old New Englander deep sea diver. His partner Is his son Luther. The two are approached with a fraud- j nlent enterprise to extract treasure from < a sunken wreck. The old diver declines, hut Lather is j attracted by the pTetty young woman of the underworld who accompanies the get-rlch-qutek promoter, accepts'the-prop osition, marrying the girt at the same time. Dramatic events follow, including the ! wrecking of a steamer, iu which Luther's ; wife and the promoter are drowns*. The ending Is a happy one. Mr Bosworth is supported by such players as Grace Darmond. Lloyd J Hughes. Gladys George and George Webb, A Burton Holmes Travelogue win be included in the program, with special music by the augmented orchestra. "THE MISFIT EARL,” BOOKED AT THE REGENT. Louis Bennison, 0B who supported' Richard Bennett in j "Damaged Goods.” ' the stage version, comes to the Re gent Sunday in He began his stage career when j IS years of age, and starred for two years tn j “Johnny Get Tour Gnn.” after sup- ! porting Emily Ste vens in “The t'n- j chastened Woman." j appearance was in Louis Bennison. His initial screen % Oh, Johnny." FRENCH FIGHTER COMES TO CIRCLE. Georges Carpentier, idol of Fran'e, j whose potable record in th* boxing ring lias won him fame and fortunes will ne (he chief attraction at the Circle theater [ In "The Wonder Man," a Robertion-Culk I production, for • seven trays’ showing, beginning Sunday. "The Wood" Man" gives the public Hi first opportunity to really know this farorite son of France—ln fact, it gives the first opporrniuty for his many ad-1 Inirers to see him. The great demand to gee Carpentier < In the boxing ring was proved beyond ! a doubt by the crowd that flocked to ■ the studio to see him when a great fight scene for the picture was staged, j MoTe than 2,000 persons braved the ! muddy roads of New .Terse* to see lam ; in his fighting togs for the first time i in America. Carpentier is supported by a targe cast i In “The Wonder Man,” inclu ing Bitch , screen artists as Falre Blnne; as lead ing woman, and Florence Billings A comedy called "A Fresh Start." ia which pretty girls, wild animals and a host of comedians sre featured, Is on the program. -I- -1- -!- •THE DEEP PIRPLE IS BOOKED AT ALHAMBRA. The attraction at the Alhambra for to morrow and the first four days of next ! week, will be the 1 fPsul Armstrong’s based upon what is : young girl fresh j her young heart ; hungering for love, j who is induced to If scent Serrano. leave her home and seek the realization of her longings in New York. The two erooks xkho induce her to leave borne utilize her beauty and simplicity to help them in their crooked work. How her heart received an awakening shock 1s the theme of the play. The cast Includes Helen Ware, Miriam Cooper, Vincent Serrano, Lorraine Frott and others. ELAINE HA TIMER STEIN BOOKED AT THE COLONIAL. / Elaine Hammerstein, granddaughter of the late Oscar Hammerstein, former oper- j atic impreseario, returns Sunday to the Colonial screen in “Whispers" for a week’s engagement. Mias Hammerstein began her stage ca- j reer In ‘The Trap," and later played the lead In the successful “High Jinks.” Her screen debut was made in “The Co respondent.” and was followed by "Wanted for Murder" and “The Battls Cry.” She la probably beat known for her work in “The Country Cousin,” recently 1 seen here. -!- -I- -I ELTIXGE PLATS WOMAN ROLE IN NEW MOVIE. At the Isis for the first four days of j next week, starting tomorrow afternoon, j Is Julian Eltin-ge. the well-known female impersonator who will be aeon in his latest comedy vehicle, “An Adventuress.” i The story deals with exploits of three young Americans, Jack Perry (played by • Mr. Eltingei, Lynn* Brook and Dick Sayre. The trio finds themselves mixed up In the politics of the merry land where bathing beauties, diving girls and bombs abound. The wicked plotters are desirous of re storing the monarchy and the Americans are more than determined that the gov ernment shall remain republican. In fighting the conspirators, Eltlngc has to become a beautiful woman. Mam’selle Fedora, which ''displeases him not at all. 7 -i- -i- TOM MOORE DIE AT MISTER SMITH’S. Tom Moore will be seen at Mister , Smith’s all next week in a comedy-drama of politics and love entitled “A Great Ac cident?’ In it Moore has the role of a small tows black sheep, the son of the village i Definite decision has beeu made by j Stuart Wa’.ker to remain at the Murat i up to ami including the evening of ! Sapt.. 4. I There is every indication that the pres ent season will be the banner season I from- many standpoints—from the num ber of new plays presented, the number j of different players employed, as well j as the box office receipts. On Sept. 6 the regular season of the Marat will oper. with "The Passing i Show." which is now entertaining the Chicago people sad at the same time ! proving that citizens are still interested in the architecture of female limb*. Nelson Trowbridge, manager of the Mflrat, has returned from New York City, where he has seen a number ot attractions which will play the Murat this season, -|- + -t- Speaking of George White's "Scandals i of 1920." the n**w White revue. Mr. Trow bridge states that the chorus girls “wear no stockings at all. but that they are painted on." It sore does cut down the high cost ! of hosiery. -r -I- -I- We have received a number of opin ions concerning "Temperamental Henty." the new Samuel Merwln play, which has been on view ct the Murat ail wee*. Some agree with up that the play was .:n actor's victory, ds presented by th* Walker players, but one patron of th< drama contends that we err In statin" that Mr. Merwtn's Henry Is not typlcn.- | of a young man Just approaching the ; r.ge of twenty-cne. We believe in letting every one be his own critic, but it is our humble opin i ion that Mr. Merwla’s Henry Is ovei i drawn, far from being fundamentally I typical of a real Amert'-an youth. The writer falls to agree that the i typical boy of Henry's age longs to i writ* short stories and is madly In j love with about every girl In town ! Probably we built our hopes too high , and expected Henry to be too typical. AS "Tempomienta! Henry” now stand”, j it will not do. That's our opinion. , Those having a different opinion are ■ entitled to defend Mr. Merwlns Henry -I- -I- -I ---| S. Barret McCormick today retire* ; from the managing directorship of the ! Circle theater, and ft is the general ! opinion that McCormick put the “C” In Circle. -I- -I- -I- Dlxie Hines of New York write.l us ! these interesting news bits: Langdoo McCormick Is going to put i "The Night Watch" out. It Is said that the American Grand , Opera Company will enjoy the ert of ravlowa this season, sharing her wltu the Sail Carlo Opera Company. Richard G. Herndon, who ia to pro duce "Little Mis* Charity," declare* that "big man” in money and politics, who aspires to be mayor. Tom Moore, as Winthrop Chase, Jr., is the horrid example of drunkenness in a supposed-to-be- bone dry fewu and lithe < despair of his ambitious father. The .old man is opposed by the cunning j political boss of the liberal party who, seeing that Chase. Sr., has a good chance of winning on the reform ticket, frames | a political coup and substitutes Junior for senior on the ballots and as a result ! young Wint. Chase wakes up one trforn injr with a splitting headache to find hlm- I self elected mayor. He turns out to act like a reform mayor j and becomes a good citizen. Herbert Rawlinson Is seen in another of the William Flynn detective stories, '■ this one entitled "The Phantom Butler.” i J- -i- -I* WILLIAM FAVERSHAM RETURN'B TO THE LOCAL SCREEN SUNDAY. Theatergoers may now enjoy once more the brilliant performances of William Faversfram. who. after an absence of sev eral years from American dramatic ac tivities. appears In the ranks of the mo tion picture stars under Selznlck man agement. His first production as a Selznlck star ia "‘The Msn Who Lost Himself.” a ro mantic mystery drama by H. de Vere I Stacpoole, which wfl! be shown at the Ohio all next week, opening Sunday. WILLIAM FAVERSHAM. “The Man Who Lost Himself deplete the experiences of a financially embar rassed American in London. He becomes aome one else over night without bla consent or knowledge. onl has some equally thrilling and laugh able times passing from the true self to , the false one. The situation ia complicated by the j existence of a wife, relatives, a fortune and a title. * The photoplay Is declared to be one j folly worthy of the talents of Its lead ing player. It was directed by George D^BalUr. A notable cast support* Mr. Fdver abam. / tills Is an "elite play with music." hence lie has christened bis ilwrus “artistes of the ensemble." Rachel Barton Butler. author of "Mama s Affair." leaves the cast for the west nexr week to supervise the produc tion of her new comedy, "Mom,” which Oliver Morosix) will test in Los Angeles, In view of the fact that both presi dential candidates are editors of news papers. Valentina Jory thinks the in auguration ceremonies should, by rrgnt, be held at Press, Miss, or perhaps. Printer, Ky. Idru Payne, stage director for the I'barles Frobman interests, has arrived iu Loudon for a brief visit. He will ar range for the production in that city of too nlays from his pen. They will be concurrently produced in New York. "The Passion Floyer," with Nance O’Neil and the original , company, w,U • begin its road tour early in September i iu Philadelphia, and before again pray ing in New York will go as far west ! :>s It can without stepping into the Pa cific ocean. Annie Hughes, the English comedienne, who has been in lAHtdon for more than three months, came back to Broadway l last week aud declares tbat there are j so many plays and players of Inline States extraction in t.umlou that sue hardly knew that she had been absent at ad. Park Theater Opens for Season Aug. 9 The Tark theater will open It * fhll and winter season on Mondsv afternoon, Aug 9. according i on aixnoMF-euient today by G. K. Bluett, nwtusrr of the bousy. Extensive improvements are being made at the Tark. The entire Interior of the house 1* be ing redecorated and the lobby Is being beautified New carpets and draperies will replace i old ones on the first floor and improve met fs will be made to the actor*' stage. The opening ahow will be "Razzle Dazzle." Examination Shows Raub Man Speculated LAFAYETTE, fnd.. July IT.—Exami nation of the hooks of Lee Kelley, man ager of a grain elevator at Raub. who disappeared June 29, show that Kelley had been speculating In the grain mar ket and had lost nearly SIO,OOO through it t'hlcago commission house. Kelley did not take any money with him when be left. It Is said. ‘Know Me Better,’ Is Rotarians’ Keynote Acquaintance promotion is to be the keynote of the programs for the mim mer months for the Rotary club, find tbi* matter of becoming acquainted, each member becoming better acquaints 1 with his fellow members, will be an ! important feature of the regular lunch eon of the club Tuesday. July 20. Also, J. M. Bowen will attend the j meeting, and with his attendance to* galaxy of Indianaolla past president* will be complete. $750 Gem Haul Second in Year on Same Firm SOUTH BEND, Tnd., July 17.—Bur j glare stole $750 worth of Jewelry from I the store of Olsen At Ebaan. Other valuables locked In r safe were not disturbed. Th* loss is covered by lusuranee. The same store was fobbed Oct. .11, i 191 k, when SBOO worth of Jewelry was 1 stolen. AMUSEMENTS. . \ LAST 3 TIMES , 1 1 T P” ] TEMPERAMENTAL HENRY I IQ T' T J Murat beginning Monday night and all week the Stuart Walker Company in The Lodger A Play in Four Acts by Horace Annesly Vachell EVENINGS AT Bt3o MATS. WED., THfRS. AND SAT. AT 2:30 Q ' EVENINGS 50c, SL $1.50 l riCeS. MATINEES 25c, 50c, 75c. STRANGERS—HOME FOLK FOR HARMLESS FUN RIVERSIDE PARK INDIANA’S CONEY ISLAND INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1920. MISSVONNEGHT TO PLAY ROLE IN‘THE LODGER’ Indianapolis Girl Becomes Member of Walker Players. ACROBATS TOP VODVIL * Miss Marjorie Vonnegut. an In dianapolis actress and daughter of Alfred Potts, an attorney of fbLs city, ; will play the role of Irene Harding j In the Stuart Walker production of i •‘The Lodger” at the Murat next week. Miss Vonnegut hn been on the pro fessional stage for a number of years, having appeared last season tu New York with the Theater Guild In s number of Its production*, She created tb“ leading role in "The I Rise of Silas I.aphan” and Tolstoi's "The Power of Darkness." sud also has spent two years witu the Washington Squire ; Players. Her most Important role* In the Ukter organization wore In "Trifles." Bush do" and “Suppressed Desires.” SUSS MARJORIE VONNEGUT. The Stuart Walker Company will pre sent "The Lodger,' a comedy of English life, at the Murat next week, for the first time In Indianapolis. The play, which Is in four act*. Is a dramatization of Mrs. Belloc Lowndes’ novel entitled "The Lodger,” by Horne* Acnesly Vac hell. After unusual success in England "The Lodger” was produeed in America its the first starring vehicle of Lionel At Will. After a season's run In New York, the play was taken on an extended tofr of the country, but for some reason Indi anapolis was not ono of the cities in which "The Lodger" played. However, the Walker produetlon of the comedy next week wilt give the local theater goers their belated chance to see : this clever piece. Others In the east will be Elizabeth Patterson, George Sonnies, John "'ray, Oscar Cralk, Donald Colpttts and other*. The first performance here will be glveu Monday night at the Murat. -t- -!- -I ---AT THE RIALTO. Next week’s bill at the Rialto will con sist of the Three De Lyons, Ralph Madi son. a singer; lialns aud Avey tu a com I AT THE BROADWAY. j The new bill next week at the Broad way will feature the Three Alex, a gymnastic offer Mia* Jordon. Lester. edy sketch called "The Small Town Hoodlnm"; M.ilson and Halley In ■ "Watch the Brick.” and George Walsh iu the movie, "Sink or Swim -I- -!- -!- ; CIRCUS AFRO BATH' ACT | FEATURES NEW LYRIC HILL. Topping the vaudeville btU at the Lyric next week will tie the acrobatic act of i the Powell troupe, former circus star* They do many trick* while (lying in midair, one >*f them doing a triple seiner sa'ilt by two member* passing each other ia midair and being caught by two others. The I'alford Revue ts a staging and dancing art. The Hudson sister*. pair of pretty maids, billed as 'Dainty Maids From Broadway." will offer smogs and dance* Atndio, an aerordtou player, will offer musical program that Include* selec tion* that range treus the latest Jaxx bit* tn the heavy select ions of grand ojsers The Ore#ceDl Comedy Four, n quart-: of stuging comedians, will *how fb boys how the old "Barber Shop Chord" and rnl singing should be dene. Burton and Shea, a man and woman. AMUSEMENTS. j I Doug Dodges Mary , Also Perfume Jar PARIS, July 17.—The American man should use perfume of the male gender If he would rival his Parisian brother In the favor of the fair, ac cording to no less an authority on such thing* than "Our Mary.” Doug was dodging Mrs. Fairbanks today f<r fear she might want to ex periment ou her nearest relative. “I always liked men who used per fume.” said Mary. She produced a sample bottles val ued at S4O hu ounce. The couple were to take an airplane trip to Brussel* this afternoon. V J offer something new in the way of part ing and impersonations. They paint a figure without a face end then use their own and give im personations nf**uck stars os Irene Franklin, Harry Lauder, Chauney Olcott aud others. A blackface act will be the contribution of Louden and Smith. Horrid Man Causes Real Excitement A man, a horrid man, ea'i*<*d real ex citesnent at the Methodist Hospital Nurse* home. IMO North Meridian street, ■it 2.15 o'clock this morning. The man wax discovered peeping in at a window <>f the lower floor. Mis* Irene H'ettmer. a nnrae. awoke and discovered t’n man. t>he screamed. Her streams stroke other nurses, who -aw th® bold man and screamed. The "peeping Tom ' did not seem to care about the screams very much, for no remained it the window for almost throe minutes When Motor rnllc m e n Geruaner and More' arrived ihey fnnnd ten frightened nurse*, hut th.- “p-eplng Tom" had dls appeared. Logansport Officer Shoots Man in Leg LOGANSPORT. Ind.. July 17.—Wil liam Rhermnti, 30. was shot through the left leg Friday night. *'he was fleeing from Patrolman William Zerbe. after escaping from the offices at the jail entrance. The bone between the knee and ankle was badly shattered and it Is believed amputation will be necessary. Sherman, with his brother Quincy, was being taken to Jail on a charge of grand larceny In connection with the theft of automobile acceaaories. Admits Part in Plot to Steal Motor Cars SHELBY VILLEJ. Ind.. July 17.—Leo Hardebeek, held with George Ogden. Harry Anderson and John Anderson, charged with having conspired with How - ard Cerf to steal and dispose of automo biles. entered a plea of guilty in th Shelby circuit court Friday. Judge Blair Took punishment for Hardebeek under advisement. The man was released on his bond of $1,500, which he gave w hen arrested several weeks ugo. Lodge Checks Boost Salvation Army Fund “You may always count on the Shrln ers," observed L. R. May, director of the Marlon county Fa’vation Army home service appeal, when the mail brought a -heck for SIOO from Murat temple. "Also the Elks.” he added, on receipt of $079 from W. O'Conner of Shelbyville, where the Elks lodge got behind the campaign. Director May ha* received word that the Indianapolis Elk* have furtbr funds coming for the home service work. „ Brigadier L. M. Simonson, head of the Salvation Armv of the state has been ini Detroit several days discussing the In ; dlar-a campaign with the provincial di rector* for Indlm* snsW Michigan. SAY TENNESSEE SURE OF SUFFRAGE Leaders Confident of Favor able Action by November. rOLUMBT'S., 0., July 17.—Ratification of the suffrage amendment will be com pleted before the November elections by favorable action In Tennessee, lenders of the national womens party today feel 00-’fldeut. The unqualified assurances of support which Gov. <’ox gave the suffrage work ers shortly before leaving for Washing ton leaf night are satisfactory to the jn.ty chiefs. Mias Alice Paul said. It is expected Gov. Cox. shortly after the Tennessee legislature meets Aug. l),' will tend a strong message, urging rat ification. The suffrage delegation will go from he.e to Marion for a conference with Senator Hording just before his notifi cation ceremonies are field. Optimists Plan Club &*r Warsaw Citizens Plans for the organization of an Op timists club in Warsaw. Ind.. were dis cussed at the weekly meeting of the Indianapolis Optimists, at the Claypool bote], late yesterday. It was decided that a return baseball gome with the Rotary club he requested. Short talks on tbeir lines of business were made by Frank A. Todd, of the Indianapolis Warehouse Company, and Georee B. Schley, patent attorney with the firm of Hood A Schley. AMUSEMENTS. | m&Li’Q C VAUDEVILLE—PICTURES m The Cool Joy Spot NOW GOING I Big Ocean Breeze Fans S| Get the Breeze—Keep Cool— - Enjoy the Show All Nety | a Tomorrow Special Attractions George Walsh Sink or Swim The story of a two-fisted West erner's experience abroad * NOTE —This feature was billet! for week of July 11th, but ow ing to delay in transit we were I compelled to disappoint our patrons, for which kindly ac cept our apology. The Three De Lyons Sensational Equilibrists Ralph Madison The Singing Miner Raines & Avery | A Small-Town Hoodlum | Madison & Bailey Watch the Brick | The Apollo Duo I 4 ! A Study in Bronze || Attend the 1:30 Show and Avoid the Jam. Im I.ady patrons of this theater will Bat receive special matinee ticket for our Broadway Theater, good Sd Monday, Wednesday or Friday. .v ■■ .. ! V 28 foadgsyi CONTINUOUS B LAST TA IVIES j I TODAY j j 8 ALL NEW FEATURES SPECIAL ATTRACTION The Gaffney Girlfc Musical—Comedy—Singing Bob White The Whistling Doughboy Bussell & Hayes Two Clever Songsters Mutt & Jeff Shaking the Shlmmle Reynolds, Geraldine & Cos. A Dancing Novelty Austin & Delaney The New Dell Hop Special Feature Comedy Bamold’s Dogs Big Animal Novelty LADIES’ BARGAIN MATINEK, MON., WED. AND FBI.