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SUES FOR DEAD MONKS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

SUES FOR DEAD MONKS KANSAS CITY , MO ., Dec . 26 . —Belle Hathaway , the trainer of animals ,, has sued a railroad company in the local courts for $ 10 , 000 for the killing of two of her pet simians . She claimed that the death of the monkeys . was caused by the negligence of the train hands .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
NEW LEADING WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

NEW LEADING WOMAN Anna Cleveland has been engaged as leading woman for the Lindsay Morrison Stock Co ., playing the Auditorium , Lynn , Mass . Miss Cleveland is an accomplished actress and has previously gained distinction as leading lady for several stock organisations in the West and with many pr minent road companies . .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ENTERS COUPON CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

ENTERS COUPON CONTEST James J . Armstrong , the veteran booking agent , has been entered as a participant in the popularity contest which one of the Hearst papers is now conducting . Mr . Armstrong allows that the $ 10 , 000 capital prize would . . come in handy and he proposes to make the coupons fly ^

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MABEL TO STAR AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

MABEL TO STAR AGAIN Mabel Taliaferro , who has been living in retirement for a year , returned to New York last week and announced that she would go on a starring tour in Februarj , under the direction of Joseph Brooks . The new vehicle provided for her is called The Penny Philanthropist , and she will play the part of a young Irish girl .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SCENE PAINTER FALLS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

SCENE PAINTER FALLS Emil Seppamen , a scenic artist , fell from the paint bridge of Keiths Harlem opera house last week to the stage , a distance of forty feet . He was saved from instant death by alighting on a pad , used by acrobatic performers , but it is believed that he is internally injured .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BAILEY & AUSTIN SPLIT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

BAILEY & AUSTIN SPLIT DAYTON , Ohio ., Dec . 20 . —Ralph Austin , of the team of Bailey & Austin , announced today that he has separated from Fred Bailey .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WOULD DIVORCE ACTRESS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

WOULD DIVORCE ACTRESS CHICAGO , Dec . 26 . —The assistance of the law which provides that persons shall not be married in the State of Illinois within one year after either of the contracting parties has obtained a divorce , has been invoked by Isaac Steinman , a traveling salesman . Mr . Steinman asks the annulment of his marriage to Esther Glickman , an actress . Mrs . Glickman was divorced from her first husband on Feb . 17 last , and in November of this year was married to Steinman . Steinman now regrets his hasty action , alleges be had no idea of violating the existing law , and asks a decree . Judge Brentano , of the Superior Court , has taken the matter under advisement .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MARRIED ON STAGE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

MARRIED ON STAGE YORK , Pa ., Dec . 21 . —At the close ol the 7 : 30 performance at the Mystic Star theater last evening . Roy Burton , a vaudeville performer , whose home is in Pottsville , Pa ., and Mary Krieger ; a resident of Danville , Pa ., but now a member of The Girl in the Taxi company , were united 4 n marriage by Rev . J . H . Barshinger , of this city . There were over 1 , 200 people present . Harry Musser , the manager of the theater , made the announcement that the marriage would take place and the big audience waited in silence until the stage hands had made a set to represent a parlor in a parsonage . The orchestra struck up a wedding march and the curtain arosfe . The groom was accompanied by Frank E . Rock , a theatrical man from Harris burg , Pa ., while the bridesmaid was Lillian Star , a pretty comedienne , who but a few moments before had entertained the audience with her specialties . The Hilden Brothers , Mr . Burton s vaudeville partners , and the rest of th...

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
RALPH NEWTON BAILEY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

RALPH NEWTON BAILEY It is important that you should communicate immediately with Bessie T . Bailey , care general delivery , Davenport , Iowa .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CAMDEN THEATER ROBBED [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

CAMDEN THEATER ROBBED CAMDEN N . J ., Dec . 26 . —Manager McCallum , of the New Broadway theater , is on the lookout for a man who gave the name of Ralph White , who secured a position as night watchman at the theater last week . He told a tale of privation , and was given the position , but after working three nights he disappeared . He did not go empty-handed , however , as a number . of performers lost a portion of their wardrobe , a musical artist lost a valuable mandolin , and the thief even took the _ lenses out of the moving picture machine .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SAVED FROM FLAMES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

SAVED FROM FLAMES Firemen saved the lives of Minnie Lanstock , Monni R . Sherman and Samuel Krause on Christmas Eve ,, when a fire swept through the theatrical boarding house conducted byMrs . Anna Dean , in Brooklyn , N . Y . Flames . had cut off their escape and the firemen carried them to the street , down ladders . The three people were all members of a theatrical companyplaying Brooklyn week of Dec . 25 . Many of the boarders lost all of their personal effects .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OLD SCOUT IN NEW ROLE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

OLD SCOUT IN NEW ROLE On his recent trip East Colonel W . F . Cody , Buffalo Bill , was frequently invited to participate in many social affairs , and while it is a well-known fact that he is always a most versatile entertainer and story teller , he greatly surprised his many friends by his fund of anecdotes and educational resources . ; As an after-dinner speaker he carried off the chief honors at several big dinners and banquets , and so effective were his happy hits , oratorical display and general humorous vein , he at once won his auditors to such an extent that he has already received propositions _ from different lecture bureaus asking him to name his own terms for a series of his characteristic talks to be given on any subject that he may nominate . . His address at the Rocky Mountain Club Dinner at the Waldorf Hotel , New York , was the sensation of the evening . At the dinner of the Wednesday . Club , a hieh class literary society , given at the Continental Hotel , Newark ...

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EXPRESS THEIR CONFIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

EXPRESS THEIR CONFIDENCE WASHINGTON , D . C , Dec . 25 . —Members of Motion Picture ^ Operators Protective Union in this city paid high tribute to the officers of their organization when at a recent meeting every individual in office was re-elected for the ensuing year . The officers are as follows : President , B . A . Shellbring ; vicepresident , D . R . Prettyman ; recording secretary , John T . Gable ; financial secretary , Mr . Chlopicki ; treasurer , A . C . Horton ; sergeant-at-arms , James Lockhead ; trustees , D . R . Prettyman , F . Mattern , Mr . Jefferson , Dan Dean , J . J . Bakersmith ; executive board , D . R . Prettyman , John T . Gable , A . C . Horton , George Parr , Frank Egan , B . A . Shellbring .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
"PERSONALITY" AND PUNCHES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

PERSONALITY AND PUNCHES CHICAGO , Dec . 25 . —William Ross , an actor , known professionally as John Denley , grew petulant yesterday in the office of Harry Askin , in the Grand opera house building , and made a brave but ineffectual assault upon the person of Mr . Askin . Mr . Askin is manager of the LaSalle opera house and is organizing a second Louisiana Lou company which will go upon the road early in January . Ross called at the Askin office and asked for a job in the road company . Mr . Askin politely but flatly told Mr Ross that his personality was not suited to the part he wished to enact . This personality thing , it appears , was a trifle above Mr . Denley s understanding , so he went away by himself and brooded . A little later he returned to the Grand opera house . I ve been thinking about what you said—my personality , you understand . I didn t know exactly what you meant when you said it expostulated Mr . Ross . Since leaving here , however , I ve inquired of several f...

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
RECORD WORK IN SELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

RECORD WORK IN SELECTION Trovato , the violinist , added Dixie Daisy to his repertoire last week during his engagement at the Colonial theater in a manner which very much pleased representatives of the Head Music Publishing Co ., to . whose catalog the song belongs . Trovato had just finished a performance at the theater when a booster approached him and told him of the merits of the new number , and made such an impression that the violinist made an appointment to hear the song at 6 : 30 o clock that evening . He heard the song as per appointment , and electrified the Head people with the anouncement that he would put it into his act that evening . He did , and Dixie Daisy took several encores . Trovato did not think it unusual that a performer should perfect himself in a number so quickly , and said that his choice of Dixie Daisy was not extraordinary , as he had been convinced that the number was well worth while before he had heard the pianist finish the selection in the music p...

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
POET'S DAUGHTER ON STAGE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

POETS DAUGHTER ON STAGE On the program of Kismet , now being produced in New York , there is one name which will not attract any attention from the average theatergoer , as Miss Coleman is a very prosaic name . After the first production it was learned that Miss Coleman , who is one of the flower-sellers in the bazar scene , was none other than Dorothy Gilder , daughter of the late Richard Watson Gilder , the poet , and editor of the Cenutry Magazine . She has been a prominent member of society and had often appeared in amateur theatricals . As she intends to adopt the professional stage , she took this minor part , with a professional company , so that she could get the benefit of stage training .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AUTO FOR JUMPS . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

AUTO FOR JUMPS . Ed . F . Reynard , the ventriloquist , is arranging to use an automobile to make his jumps throug h the Western country . From Winnipeg to Spokane he will have a week to make the journey in and from Portland to San Francisco he will have another week , and he expects to make both of these jumps without any difficulty . He will ship his car from Salt Lake City to Denver , but expects to make most of his Pacific Coast tour in his machine .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

A CHRISTMAS DISAPPOINTMENT . Over two thousand prospective theater-goers were dissappointed on Christmas when they were turned away from the Empire theater in New York City . Ethel Barrymore , who has been playing the leading female role in The Witness for the Defense , was suffering from a severe case of laryngitis , and the performance announced had to be abandoned .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TO COME BACK HOME . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911

TO COME BACK HOME . Grace Wilson , who has been playing a long engagement at the Royal theater , Bangkok , India , arrived in Shanghai , China , early in November . She will remain there for two months , visiting friends , and will then sail for the United States .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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