Clipped From The Indianapolis Star
any age are Every- like as this one na- the her Mr. Smith's. Pictures of cannibal life in the S^lo- mon islands are shown at Mr. Smith's this week, where Martin Johnson's latest travel films are one of the attractions attractions on the variety bill. -The life of the bushmen on the Island is In the picture In a way that mak^a glad he was born on a civilized section of the globe. In all of their native wildness, and savagery the animal men across a background of jungle scenery which is beautiful and attractive. As educational films these pictures of Martin Martin Johnson's stand out as unusually interesting. Then also there IB Herbert Rawllnson one of art Burns's detective stories. entertaining film with many a thrill. "Petticoats and Pants," a comedy from i features Bobby Burns, Helen how t h e "Follies Girls," concludes the picture side of the program. The com- edy is an amusing one dealing with great, "alleged" rube who goes to the Â· Into several adventures in an ex- I us , ve restaurant. These adventurers -- -Socialism at- Dorothea's ure prominently in the picture. Numbers Numbers by Mr. Smith's musical organiza- tiona complete the bill.