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WATER COMPANY
EXPENDS BIG SUM
Maia Extensions and Reservoir
New Improvements.
Improvements which will total s4oo,<X>o
have .been added to, or are in the pro
cess of being added to the equipment of
the Indianapolis Water Company, ac
cording to a report of Frank O. Jordan,
•ecretary of the company, made at the
request of the public service commis
sion. The Improvements listed In the
report . have been added since Oct. 1,
1919.
An expenditure of approximately 5(500,-
000 Is contemplated by the company dur
ing next year, the report shows. These
improvements will include water main
extensions to an amount of $223,000, a
10,000,000 gallon capacity reinforced con
crete reservoir, which is estimated at a
cost of $285,000, gome new wells and
Improvements at the filter plant.
The list of improvements completed or
now under course of construction. In
cludes an expenditure of $29,300 for addl
, tional pumping capacity, $25,000 for an
additional water supply, $4,175 for addi
tional land, $19,500 for a booster station
In which two centrifugal pumps with a
capacity of 12,000.000 gallons dally will
be Installed, $5,700 for improvements at
pumping stations. $2,500 for improve
ments at the filter plant, $22,000 for
canal bridges, $231,000 for improvements
on the distribution system, and SIB,OOO
for baflle walls in the sedimentation
basin.
Many Votes Not Cast
in Decatur County
Special to The Times.
GREEXSBI'RG, Ind., Nov. 8. —Late
X>ecatur County election returns show
that many women who registered, failed
to vote. Over SOO persons of the county
did not register and 1.000 failed to vote
after they had registered.
There were 10,858 voters who registered,
6,861 men and 5,097 women, and it is
estimated that 342 legal voters did not
register. Os this number nearly all
were women. It is estimated there are
11,000 voters in the county, but there
were only 9,563 ballots cast. About one
hundred ballots were spoiled in voting
which would bring the total vote of the
county to 9,663. Counting the spoiled
ballots and those who did not vote,
there were 1,437 vtes lost in the county.
Prosecutor’s Race
Cost Him Only $75.02
Special to The Times.
COLUMBUS, Ind., Nov. B.—A statement
of campaign expenses filed In the county
clerk's office here by A. T. Conner, suc
cessful candidate for prosecuting attor
ney of Bartholomew County, shows that
he spent only 2 cents In his campaign,
In addition to a $75 contribution to the
connty central committeee.
The pennies were spent for a postage
stamp, according to the statement.
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VON STROHEIM GIVES NEW TWIST TO TRIANGLE
Crane Does Good Comedy Work—Bebe Daniels Vamps a Husband—Lloyd Is Different
The term a' big photoplay can be
rightfully applied to Erich von Stro
heim’s “The Devil’s Passkey,” and suc
cessfully fulfills the prediction that Von
Stroheim would soon become a master
In developing detail.
Von Stroheim paved the way for seri
ous consideration on the screen with
“Blind Husbands,” and his latest movie
has the big sweep of understanding and
powerful scenes as "Blind Husbands”
possessed.
The setting for "The Devil's Passkey”
is Parisian and Von Stroheim has been
assisted hv the Baroness de Meyer and
the two have been able to create a com
pelling dramatic atmosphere In which
the characters have the opportunity to
take part In numerous dramatic scenes.
The way In which Von Stroheim has
handled the eternal triangle situation im
presses upon the visitor at the Ohio
the truthfulness of the situations and
it is easy to state that “The Devil's
Passkey” is not only one of intense in
terest but demands serious consideration.
Mr. Stroheim appears to have the same
ability which Is possessed by George
Cohan on the stage, to take a common
situation and by a peculiar turn or by
the introduction of something new give
the entire production wealth of novelty
which the public Is demanding.
Another thing that should be said In
the nroducer’s favor, is that he has suc
cessfully picked the right type for each
character.
Maude George in her characterization
of Renee Malot, a clever modiste who
succeeds in getting some of her fashion
able customers indebted to her, and In
this way is able to hold a menacing hand
over them, deserves particular credit.
Bhe Is an Intelligent screen actress who
never overacts.
Una Trevelyn, Ruth King, San de
Grasse, have prominent roles and they
properly fit Into the picture. The pro
duction has been given a lavish settlrg
and the careful attention to detail again
shows the sincerity of purpose of the
producer
“The Devil’s Passkey" is on view all
week at the Ohio.
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BEBE IS A VAMP
IN FIRST STARRING MOVIE
Hall the appearance or Bebe Daniel*
as a star Since the screen debut, the ad
mirers of Miss Daniels have been anx
ious to see her in a play of her own She
Is appearing at the Alhambra In “You
Never Can Tell,” a comedy drama that
is well adapted for her
For a time we thought that the play
wasn't going to end right, when the
heroine was lured to the Frenchman's
room, but we breathed easier when we
found that be was a tailor who wanted
to hire a model That Is Jnst one of the
surprises that we got during this play,
however “You Never Can Tell” Is full
of half mysteries and surprises
Bebe Daniels Is a cloak-room girl In
a Mg hotel In the play, who decides to
marry a rich man She might not have
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Geographical lotto, regularly
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| TO WRITE MOVIES
ELINOR GLYN
Elinor Glyn. author of “Three Weeks,”
and “The Career of Katherine Bush,"
and other widely read novels, arrived in
New York recently for the purpose of
t entering the motion picture industry
! Mrs Glyn wil! write scenarios directly for
I the Famous Players Company v She Is
j the thtrd to arrive of the British authors
j who were won to the motion picture pro
fession' by Jesse L Lanky Sir Gilbert
Parker, author, and Edward Knoblock,
dramatist, were the other two
Mrs Glyn’s first story when she ar
rives in Hollywood will be written for
Gloria Swanson, whom she believes to be
the best looking and smartest woman on
the screen today
been the only girl who has made this
resolution, but she carried It out it! a
novel way During her search for a rich
husband, she gave us plenty of laugh*
and once or twice made us sit on the
edge of our seats
Bebe did not try to carry all the play
by herself, but has excellent support In
Doctors Recommend
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Physicians and eye specialists pre
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INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1920.
her cast The play as a whole is well
worth seeing You will enjoy the story
as well as the opportunity of seeing Miss
Daniels in her first independent produc
tion *
At the Alhambra first half of this
week
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MANY COMEDY SCENES
IN “THE SAPHKAD” AT COLONIAL.
There are plenty of laughs stored in
“The Saphead.” It is a sort of a drama,
but ft is so funny that It probaly will
be classed as a comedy. There is a
laugh every minute, caused by Buster
Keaton, who is co-starred with William
H. Crane.
The piny In question is “The Sap
head, which is on view at the Colonial
today and the of the week. It has
all the qualities of a successful photo
play, and reflects the best efforts of the
director.
The story is Interesting, and although
wo were doubtful as to the success of
a combination of Kenton and Irvin
Cummings, who pities the villain, we
had no fault to flua with the finished
production. The story Is interesting
and the cast was good, and nothing was
omitted that would insure its success.
Irving Cummings has the part of the
villain of the piece, and Buster Keaton
it the sapbead, from whom the play
takes its name. William Crane Is Nick
Von Alstyne, father of the saphead. There
is quite a bit of dramatic work by
Cummings and Crane, but the audience
gets many glimpses of the saphead at
some comedy work that turns the tide
to laughter.
The scenes of the play are laid largely
in the stock exchange, wfcere the for
tunes of the Van Alstynes are rescued
from destruction by some clever sap
head work on the port of the saphead.
“The Saphead" is a play that you will
like. It amuses without effort, and of
fers a big amount of entertainment.
At the Colonial all week.
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CHAKI.IE RAY
IS AGAIN THE RUBE.
Judging by the way th* audiences are
receiving Charles Ray's work In “Peace
ful Valley,” at the Circle, the fans de
m
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Sheets, $2.50
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Opportunities in
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45c Silkotine, 25c
36-lnch silkotine for
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37c Colored Curtain
Scrim, 17c
Excellent quality, 27 inches
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patterns.
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$8.50 Oriental Couch
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Reversiblo tapestry, large size
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$2.25 Filet Net, $1.35
Double lace edge filet net with
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Women’s 39c Stockings,
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Cotton stockings in black,
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90c Chocolates, 50c
Assorted chocolates of various
kinds.
—Pettis candy dept,
basement.
sire to see this favorite In rube roles
or rather the small town or country
boy, and It might be added that as a
delineator of this
Sraith Ru *
protect his sister
Charles Ray. from temptation.
Ray has plenty of opportunity to do the
human stuff which the fans enjoy so
much. >
The picture Is well directed, detail
is well worked out and the interior
scenes have a real homespun look to
them. Harry Myers and Ann May are
well cast. \
“Peaceful Valley” is a good vehicle
for Ray and one that wil. meet with
the favor of all Hay fans.
The Circle bill this week also Includes
“Man-o-War."
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---1) A RING STUNTS ABOUND
IN NEW MIX MOVIE.
Tom Mix is becoming known on the
screen as a man who Is able to do many
darlDg stunts and “The Texan”"sustains
that reputation.
"The Texan," which is on view at the
Regent this week, is based on a novel
by John B. Hecdryx. Mix has the role
of Rex Benton, whose slx-stooter Is al
ways handy and who takes pleasure in
pulling off stunts w'hlch gets him Inti
much trouble.
Finally Rex falls in love with Alice
Marcum, an Eastern girl, and his es
capades with Cupid gets him into many
funny and yet thrilling situations.
The cast Includes Wlnthrop Endlcott,
Charles K. French and Sid Jordan.
-I- -1- -I
---AT THE ISIS.
Wanda Hawley In “Her Beloved Vil
lain” Is the current offering at the I*it
Thls picture has been discussed In this
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49c
Chocolate and vanilla flavors.
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$2.00 French Serge, 85c
All-wool French serge, in black
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$3.50 Storm Serge, $1.89
All-wool navy blue storm
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Pettis woolens, street floor,
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69c Sateen, 39c
Black mercerized sateen, 36
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—Pettis linings, street floor,
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49c Dress Chintz, 25c
Old-fashioned dress chintz,
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—Petti* wash materials,
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43c Outing Flannel, 25c
Full width white outing flan
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$5.00 Tablecloths, $3.49
F’lne mercerized satin damask
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—Pettis linens, street floor,
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Men’s 25c Handker
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Colored border handkerchiefs.
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75c Corona Colored
Overdrapery, 41c
Heavily mercerized, in beauti
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$3.75 to $4.49 Marquis
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Hemstitched, lace and inser
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THE~ TME.W 4tORE g. ST. 11353
space. Included In the cast are Tully
Marshall and Lillian Leighton. A Hank
Mann farce completes the bill.
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THE STAGE.
Walker Whiteside opens in "The
Master of Ballantrae,” at English’s to
night for a three-day engagement. On
Thursday night David Warfield appears
in "The Return of Peter Grimm.”
Charlotte Greenwood In "Linger
Longer Letty,” opens a four-day en
gagement at the Murat Wednesday
night.
Frances Pritchard in “The Dance Duel”
Is the chief offering at B. F. Keith's
this week.
The Lyric is featuring "Apple Blos
som Time” this week.
Carmelo’s “Lovey Mine,” a musical
comedy with twenty-flva people, Is the
feature at the Rialto.
Anew vaudeville bill Is on view at
the Broadway.
“Follies of Pleasure,” with Clyde J.
Bates and Sid Gold is the current offer
ing at the Park.
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Apply Zemo, Clean, Penetrat
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Your druggist sells Vinol, therefore ac
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$7.98 Lace Curtains,
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Quaker lace curtains, In white,
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$16.50 Silver Tea
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Four-piece tea sets —sugar,
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—Pettis silverware, street
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Children’s $2.98 to
$3.95 Creepers and
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Plain checked and striped
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—Pettis infants dept.,
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$6.50 to $7.00 Corsets,
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Rengo Belt and Pettis Special
corsets, in sizes 22 to 36, in cou
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—Pettis corsets, second floor.
Women’s $3.50
Flannelette Kimonos,
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Allover figured patterns,
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—Pettis negligees,
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$1.48 to $1.59 Cut
Glass, 69c
Cut floral design, figured foli
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Six in handled nappies.
Six in unhandled nappies-
Spoon trays, jelly dishes, com
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—Pettis, basement.
Madeira Embroidery
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Tray cloths, lunch sets, nap
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—Pettis art dept., fifth floor.
FOX MOVIE
CONTINUES AT MURAT.
“While New York Sleep*, a Fox movie,
will conclude Its engagement at the
Murat with the Tuesday night showing.
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TWO COMEDIES ON
MISTER SMITH’S BILL.
“Beware of the Bride,” a comedy fea
turing Eileen Percy, la the picture at
Mister Smith's this week, sharing honor
with Harold Lloyd In “High and Dizzy.”
“Beware of the Bride” tells tHe story
of Mary Emerson, a young bride of a
month, whose husband is called away on
a business trip. Taking advantage of
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45c Can Openers, 29c
Can openers with black han
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$1.79 Stamped Night
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Made-up gowns, stamped with
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—Pettis art dept., fifth floor.
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Notions
19c Bone and composition;
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25c Black supporter waists
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15c Tape, all widths, white
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16c Shirt bands, dozen 60<.
25c Skirt markers,
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5c Pearl buttons, 4 and 6 on a
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18c Silk braid; black, white
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25c Skirt braids; bolt.
10c Buttons for underwear,
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Women’s $6.50 and
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Genuine capeskin gauntlet,
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—Pettis gloves, street flcmr,
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Women’s $4.95
Kimonos, $3.49
Flannelette kimonos, satin rib
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—Pettis kimonos, second floor.
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hi* absence she goes to a masked ball,
where she had agreed to meet a former
suitor, also a newlywed, and identify blrn
by a suit of ormor. Mary Is forced to
dress In the apartment of her partner to
the dance, and helps herself to the ab
sent wife's silk hose and Parisian slip
pers. When the wrong man gets the
suit of armor and appears In it at the
ball, the fun quickly runs at high speed.
The Lloyd comedy has been discussed
before In this space and was found to be
different from the regnlar run of Lloyd’s
pictures.'
CLOTHING
for Men
Overcoats
Real Coat*
Priced Right.
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Up to $74.50.
Suits
Newest •> nfwi
models, ,51
smart
patterns
! 24 50 til
Up to $85.00.
TROUSERS *5"
up
Raincoats *9§
KINS GLADLY
WELCOMES
CHARGE
ACCOUNTS
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SIO.OO Dinner Sets,
$5.98
40-piece dinner sets, two decora
tions. Unselected quality.
* —Pettis, basement.
$15.00 Silver Fruit
Baskets, $8.50
Quadruple fruit baskets, with
handle.
—Pettis silverware, street
floor, front.
$2.98 to $3.50
Bracelets, $1.98
Sterling silver bracelets, fancy
designs and mounted with white
stones.
Pettis Jewelry, street floor,
aisle four.
Women’s Wrist
Watches
One-Third Off
Swiss movement, 15-jewel,
twenty-year case.
—Pettis Jewelry, street floor,
aisle ,fcmr.
Women’s $7.98 Kid
Gloves, $5.50
Full sixteen-button length kid
gloves in white only.
—Pettis gloves, street floor,
aisle four.
$1.25 to $3.50 Cigarette
Cases, Half-Price
Genuine leather cigarette
cases.
—Pettis leather goods, street
floor, aisle three.
Men’s $7.50 Collar
Boxes, $3.98
Soft or box styles, with draw
string, silk lined-
Pettis leather goods, street
floor, aisle three,
55c Ribbons, 39c
Pure silk moiro ribbon, in all
colors.
—Pettis ribbons, street floor,
aisle three.
Women’s 35c
Handkerchiefs, 25c
Venise edge handkereniefs.
—Pettis handkerchiefs, street
floor, aisle two.
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