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DAVID WARFIELD
WILL RETURN TO
ENGLISH’S SOON
A1 Jolson, in ‘Sinbad,’ Attrac
tion at Murat Theater
Week of Nov. 15.
BOZO PLAYS THE PARK
David Warfield, Hale Hamilton,
Guy Bates Post, Gregory Kelly, Walk
er "Whiteside, Charlotte Greenwood
and A1 Jolson are among the impor
tant stage representatives .to be
seen at the Murat and English’s with
in the next five weeks.
With New York managers and pro
ducers withdrawing many of their road
■ ttractlons because of the excessive
transportation costs, in addition to the
Increased cost of presenting productions,
Indianapolis probably will have more
flrst-class fc and sure-fire offerings than if
the road were crowded with productions
designed only for the road Instead of big
city runs.
A. F. Miller of English’s today an
nounces the following important book
ings: Walker Whiteside In “The Master
of Ballantree.” Nov. 8-11; David Warfield
in “The Return of Peter Grimm," Nov.
3.1-13: Hale Hamilton and Grace La Rue
.In “Dear Me," Nov. “Mary,” the
Lnew George M. Cohan musical comedy,
■opening Nov. 1 for a week, and"( Ta
r with Gregory Kelly, for three
nights, beginning Thursday, Nov. lg.
Nelson Trowbridge of the Murat defi
nitely announces the appearance of Guy
Bates Post in "The Masquerader,” for
three nights, beginning next Thursday;
Charlotte Greenwood in "Linger Longer
Letty." for six performances, opening
Wednesday, Nov. 10, and A1 Jolson in
'‘Sinbad," during the week of Nov. 15.
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GCT BATES POST OPENS
THURSDAY IN 810 PLAY.
What many consider the most impor
tant dramatic event of the season will
I>e the appearance of Guy Bates Post in
"The Masquerader," at the Murat for
four performances, beginning next Thurs
day.
Supporting Mr. Post will be Alice John,
Elwyn Eaton, Katherine Raynor, Regi
nald Carrington and others.
Based on the popular novel by Kathe
rine Cecil Thurston. “The Masquerader”
was dramatized by John Hunter Booth,
AMUSEMENTS.
ENGLISH’S'^^I
The Great Russian Dancers
ANDREAS PAVLEY
and
serge oukrainsky;
Premiers Danseurs and Maitres de Ballet of The Chicago Opera Company with
Eight Premieres of Their Company and The PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA,
Charles Elander, Conductor.
Prices—s3.oo, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50; SI.OO Plus War Tax. Seats Selling.
ris ||? y’ e is ladies’ only
la tv yLI vII and Souvenir Matinee
SIX DAYS Jlf| Friday —ftnySeat— sl.oo
Reaular Matinee
1 I 1 \J| Saturday, Beat Seats, 91*00
B B Bkß A%# dM wJm Seats Now Selling
MONDAY ■Mimmk jjr
I 'THE PRESS SAYB: X THE PRESS BAYSS
"Los Angeles should be glad fe f|lts£ “Alexander answers questions
to hve the opportunity to ime A-~ Y k fflf I of reery nature and hl demon- Hjj|
and also hear this clerer man. ||J Angeles Kr auilncr.
appeal to everyone as will Alex- f ' a mated!“—Los Angelos'Times"
‘‘No ‘magician’ or ‘mind reader’ a i out even looking at the ques
or other demonstrator of the oc- t' oo * themselves.’’—Denver Ilocky
~rj_ fffilS&lilSallSJßlpß f vaudeville acta of various ’mind fttl
on i H ?t u? T dn,?ht l f„i“Ir t' 1 read‘rs.’ from Anna Eva Kay D
and it la doubtful if the mental | • down. But nothing like Alexan- I
relent K “-Vancouvl* | ' der'a has /vm .xp- g
“Alexander is a remarkable 1 * . ”. A, ?, XH , I ’ < * ? I,_L H , n wonder. He
man and presents a wonderful # had little dlmfulty In making |u^
performance." —Vancouver (B. C.) raj
B He Is a worker for the betterment . “Astounding arc the powers of
m of mankind, while he mystifies Alexander. Ills feats mystifies H
and entertains.”—Memphis News- Imßfr.,. . and aro short of marvelous."—
1 ALEXANDER 1-. §
AND HIS ASTOCNDINO AI.L NEW
■ SHOW OF WONDERS!
The CTH/IV Ari r~* A TVT T”* The Most Awe-Inaplrlng Dem-
Sclene* I IVI I Z\ H Z\ - Ijfg
P Baffling UJumi nomena Ever Presented.
HtL PROVES THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE
I Ask ALEXANDER about anything that may be troubling you, questions concerning your wife, lover, Sa
I husband, sweetheart; who is true to you and who is false; whom you will marry, and when. What
I is the best business for you to engage in. Should you buy, soil or mortgage. The whereabouts of K’l
H| missing relatives or friends. What are your financial prospects. If you are lucky. In fact, Alex* H
B ander will answer any question. Just write the same at home, seal In any manner you desire, bring |
H to the theater, and you will be answered directly and comprehensively.
Children under 5 not admitted. Children under 16 not admitted to ladies’ Only matinee.
All Week, November Ist. Mats. Wed., Sat.
BEO. M. COHAN’S COMEDIANS
IN ✓
TW Eiffwt Musical CometSy Hit on ErA
“MARY”
{IBN'T IT A SRAMD OLD FAME!)
YTith the B**vsinj:rj| Dancing Chcrvs Ever Assemßied
•COK by OTTO HARBACH MUSIC by LOU HIRSH
LYRICS by FRANK MaNDF.L STAGED Ly JULIAN MITCHELL
MAIL ORDERS NOW IN ORDER
ALL UIJOER THE PERSONAL DIRECTION O? CEO M. COHAN
PRlCES—Evenings, 50(1 to J|l3.©o. Wednesday Matinee, to $2.00.
Saturday Matinee, 500 to 92-50. Seats Thursday.
Jc>hk?
who managed to retain In the dramatic
version those remarkable elements of sus
pense which were characteristic of the
took and which contributed so muct to
its success.
The producer is Richard Walton Tully,
who is sending the original company in
support of Post, and who has provided
a most elaborate scenic equipment.
Post is called upon to play a dual role
in “The Masquerader," appearing as John
Chilcote, a distinguished member of Par
liament, but a hopeless drug addict, aifd
ns John Loder. a hack writer with am
bitions, who Is his exdct physical double,
and Who takes the place of Chilcote In
his worldly and business affairs that
Chilcote may devote himself to his drugs,
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SOMETHING DIFFERENT
ANNOUNCED AT ENGLISH’S.
Alexander, billed as “The Man Who
Knows,” will be the offering at English's
all of next week In an offering which
Is said to be out of the ordinary run
of stage entertainment.
-Alexander, without making any claims
to be the supernatural in any way what
soever, Introduces at each performance
unexplainable feats In mental mystics.
This Is manifested in his Simla seance,
or crystal gazing, tu which he answers
from a place in the audience any ques
tions that may be propounded, whether
written in English or any foreign lan
guage, written in the privacy of the
home or office and sealed as the writer
desires.
The Alexander program Is In three
parts, the first devoted to latest magical
creations, the second to Oriental danc
ing by Lillian Marion and the Narteli
Twins, and the closing part to the Simla
seance.
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IfERMINE SHONE
HEADS KEITH'S DILL.
Hermlne Shone and company will top
next week's B. F. Keith’s bill in a one
act playlet called “The New Moon" by
Edgar Allen Wolf.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23,1920.
Billie Rhodes will be chief In support
of Shone.
Claude and Fannie I'sher return in a
new act called "Blde-a-Woe Home."
In this act Mr. Usher is seen n the
resolute little Irishman and his wife* 1 Ih
seen as a pretty but tough little kiddie,
who has never known a mother's loving
care.
Gordon and Ford, In what they terra
a "Recital Classique." appear as a sing
AMUSEMENTS.
TODAY- LAST 2 TIMES §:£
THE BIRD OF PARADISE
With FLORENCE ROCKWELL
CIVIC MUSIC SCRIES
noon concerts Mary Garden
Tomorrow, 3 P. M. December 12
Rudo'ph Gaoz
pTlre-— * 1 *L m, Vo*. February 20
Guy Bates Post Box Office Sale Opens Monday
A Word of Thanks —A Word of Warning
All Mail Order Records Broken
In all the history of theatricals In this city there has never been
•uch a demand for seats as has been made in advance for the
engagement of the great American actor, Guy Sates Post, who
comes to the Shubert-Murat Theater the nights of Thursday,
Friday and Saturday and a Saturday matinee—October 28, 29, 30.
There still remain eeate in choice locations at any of the
various prices, but the supply is limited and ws earnestly suggest
to all who have not made their reservations—mall your orders
now or apply at the bex office Monday morning or you may not
secure the location you desire.
The reception accorded this trailing Amertgwn actor, In every city
visited, lus really been *n ovation, ud f are proud to say this rlt.v
promlma to hr no rvnpllon to tii rule Mall order* have been received
from every etty within . radlun of hundred mile*, a* well aa thousand*
from within the limits of our own city.
We desire to personally thank and congratulate amusement lover*
who "seek the best" for their read* response In the purrliaee of seat*
following our former announcement*. Thl* 1s really a word of warning
to thoae who itave neglected to secure their neats by mall—mail orders will
still be filled to accommodate patron*—to tie at the box office early.
Every vestige of scenery, lnnlarllng the regular drop enrtaln, will be
taken from the stage of the theater. Special lighting equipment will be
Installed and three crewe of stage mechanic* will be provided in order to
accommodate Mr. Post's massive production.
Thone orders and the laying aside of seats will be eliminated daring
Mr. Post’s engagement—the first applicant* will receive flnvt choice of
location. Mr. Post make* it a never-broken rnle tliat no one be seated
during the prologne. In order that those already seated may folly enjoy
the quiet. Intense beauty of the snene.
Respectfully,
PRICES All PERFORMANCES NELSON G. TROWBRIDGE
Boxes, 93.00. 92.50.
First Floor, 93.00, 92.50 Manager Shubert-Murat Theatre,
Balcony, 92.50, 92.00,
91.50, 91.00. Indianapolis, Indiana.
Mr. Post Does Not Appear In Any Other (tty In the State except Terre Hante
UuiHiiioiiiumtiiioxHHimiiuticiiiiimiimiiiHuiuiiiiiiiniiiiiniinMiiil!
The Singing and Scenic Sensation of the Season
HERMINE
IN EDGAR ALLEN WOOLF'S NEWEST COMEDY
“THE NEW MOON 11
AN IRISH COMEDY WITH SONGS AND DANCES
KARL KAREY WM. EBS&CO.
Mnsteal Cartoon A New Offering
FOUVNIGHTORS RYAN & fcYAN
Trie Sculpture Gallery _ Eccentric Dancers
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
CLAUDE AND FANNIE
USHER
OFFERING THEIR NEWEST SENTIMENTAL COMEDY
“THE BIDE-A-WEE HOME"
REKOMA BA .GAIN MA INEE
Gentleman Gymnast Best Seats 30c and 55c
SPECIAL LACGH FEATURE
HURT GENE
GORDON and FORD
IN THEIR
“RECITAL CLASSIQUE”
A POST-GRADUATE COMEDY WITH SONGS.
KfNOGRAN) NEWS DIGEST TOPICS
Pictured Happenings Pert and Pithy Paragraphs
lng teacher and a booh pupil.
Kqutlibrtstic stunts will be the offer
ing of Kekoma.
Ryan and Ityan, a pair of eccentric
dancers, do many new steps, including
a Scotch number in which they use Bhoes
three feet long.
• William Ebs, a ventriloquist, is said
to depart from the usual routine of ven
triloquists in presenting an act that is
different.
Karl Karry offers musical cartoons, be
ing a pianologue dealing with topics of
the day.
I TODAY AND TOMORROW I
A acts A
Q GREATER Q|
VAUDEVILLE!
10—BIG FEATURES—IO 1
INCLUDING
i a TErEmoi er world’s greatest
lm£A I ClfirLEi ILLUSIONIST gjjj
MARION MUNSON THE w Sre a s n s many |
I SEE IT HERE FIRST 1
TOMORROW AND ALL WEEK
MUSICAL
COMEDY
HAL RATHBUN’S
VANITY GIRLS"
A Musical Satire With Jfe|.
A2O PEOPLE 20|
Special Scenery Jolly Comedians WiM
B A BIG BEAUTY W
V CHORUS f
. M NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
FOR THIS ATTRACTION SHBB
The Five Neightons do a classical pos
ing act and appear In white to resemble
(Continued on Page Six.)
AMUSEMENTS.
MERE MAN TO
BE FEATURE ON
LOCAL SCREENS
Douglas Mac Lean the Particu
lar Star on Alhambra’s
Bill.
TARZAN PLAY AT OHIO
The male movie actor will obtain
most of the consideration next week
on the local screen.
Woman is practically pushed to
the side next week because the male
stars are in most cases the featured
players.
Douglas Mac Lean, Bill Hart, Lewis
Stone, Buck Jones and Gene Pollar are
a few of the important males on view in
shadow form next week.
Another announcement of Interest 13
that the Murat will house a feature Fox
movie, beginning on Sunday.night, Oct.
31. for a week.
Manager Nelson Trowbridge of the Mu
rat announces that the movie, “When New
York Sleeps,” a Fox production, will be
presented at the Murat for a week, be
ginning on Oct. 31.
This picture is being shown In other
big Shubert houses in this country.
DOUGLAS AND DOfelS
APPEAR IN “THE JAILBIRD.”
! The team of Doris May and Douglas
; Mac Lean ceases to exist In the movies,
(Continued on Page Six.)
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