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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
INVEST SO CENTS A WEEK and become a property owner . H * * * little money in a few bungalow lots at Whispering Breeze and watch it grow . Property overlooks the beautiful town of Eastport , L . I ., Moriches Bay , and Atlantic Ocean . 2 , 000 ao . . « . of land for only $ 86 , sold on payments sf 80 cents a week . Send forour leaflet , OWN A SLICE OF THE TrOTTED STATES , it s interesting . The B . ft S . Associates , 46 West S 4 th Street , New York . Agents wanted . M ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Mi ^ M ^ a ^ M ^ M ^^^******^ ANNIVERSARY SALE , 10 % OFF STITT TRUNKS 61 W . 29 th ST ., NEW YORK CITY . Light — Durable — Reasonable . ( Guaranteed for 5 years . ) BARMS &amp; KING Say : We have tried all the best , but find Stltt s better than the rest . ( They are juggling four now . ) Fischer&amp;Co., COSTUMERS 161 WEST 49 th STREET NEW YORK OITY Theatrical and Historical Costumes of every description FOR SALE and TO HTRK . COSTUMES made to order . ORIGINAL DESIGNS . COMPLETE THEATRI...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
I FIRMS FOR ARTISTS TO PATRONIZE \ ¦ ¦ * •** ¦ ¦ V * I Handsome Casket , Box , Robe , I mDVgBOIIS$75rllllBral?na«Tli:S?.mH?siD^ rrn t c 1 ^ n ^^ drat . t , cVre \ 7 . ol ¦ ¦ Mor ^^^^ y Ciapd , }! fr &amp;? tt £ X ? T *^ y 2 L REMBRANDTS STUDIO MaKer of Fine Theatrical Photos 28 E . JACKSON BOULEVARD , CHICAGO , ILL . Special rates to professional people wanting photoa in 100 lota or more . Phone Harrison 1489 . nisTINCTIV £ PRESS MATTER ^ -v Literary matter inteilt- / 2 j &amp; H 5 i \ gently prepared by ex- / avMlKSlN perts for booklets , 1 ta 7 i 1 nIUHtnii &gt;? 9 nlin 9 Phamphiets , or publlcaM ^ = ^^ SsSS ^^^^ tlon In periodicals of ^ H ^ iiiP ^ ™ ted State ., Canada \? gS ? X or Europe . Individual ^ -SS ^ ana efficient service for Dramatic , Vaudeville and Maslcal Artists . Kecoinineniled by press and artists . DIXIE HINES , Mo . 1402 Broadway , NEW YORK CITY ATTRACTIVE LETTERHEADS A neatly printed professional letterhead is the performer s best advert...
SAN FRANCISCO [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
SAN FRANCISCO By WALTER J . TALBOT Office of THE PLAYER , - Continental Hotel , Ellis Street , near Powell The new Alcazar , on OFarrel street , looks like a theater now . It stands completed , save for a few finishing touches , which will be put on before the date of the opening , Dec . 23 . The opening attraction will introduce all the old favorites , those who of recent seasons have done much to make the Alcazar popular . Some new faces will also be seen . Herbert Nickel , a member of the Six Bracks , who have been appearing at the Orpheum theater for the past two weeks , was robbed while asleep in his room at the Langham hotel on Eddy street , near Mason . Money and jewelry amounting to $ 60 was stolen . A real Western act is being offered by Burgos &amp; Clara , in a thrilling gymnastic performance on the Sullivan &amp; Considine Circuit . The act proved an interesting novelty at the Empress theater during the past week . Hessie , the American juggler , closed a...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
AGENTS WHO WILL BOOK YOU f=&gt;IHII_IF»J.FISHER VAUDEVILLE and DRAMATIC PRODUCER AND MANAGER Room 321 , Knickerbocker Annex 1402 Broadway . New YorK . Telephone , Murray BUI 3 f IN A POSITION TO HANDLE A FEW MORE FIRST CLASS ACTS PHIL HUNT COHAN THEATRE ( FITZGERALD ) BUILDING , NEW YORK . Phone Bryant WW . Sole Representative—HOWARD ATHENAEUM , BOSTON , MASS ., B 0 WD 0 IN SQUARE THBATM , BOSTON , MASS . ; and CHURCH BOOZING OFFICES OF BOSTON , controlling 15 weeks Haw England time . EeGusSunBookingExchangeCompany The largest Family Vaudeville Circuit in the world . GUS SUN , sole hooking agent Mass Office , Sua Theatre Building , Springfield , Ohio ; Branch Offices , Tereme Caspar , 680 Wabash BJWaUf , Pittsburgh , Pa . ; Chaa . Crowl , Majestic Theatre Building , Chicago , HI . ; Proctor Baas , EriMtUa Theatre , Cleveland , Ohio ; Harry Hart , American Theatre , Cincinnati , Ohio ; New York Bxawaaantattva John Sun , 60 S Gayety Theatre Building , New York City . Get away ...
Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
^ ^ ^ EAST LOGICAL POINT TO BREAK YOUR TUMPS WEST ALL ATTRACTIONS AND RECOGNIZED ACTS WRITE . GATE CITY THEATRICAL EXCHANGE , No , 382 Neville Block , Omaha , Neb . IsJtSN / V ^ T r—l sE A . T F ^ fcS BALTIMORE , MD . » ii n-rncnized acts desiring to break their jumps Coming- East or Going- West send In your open time . NO SUNDAY SHOW . Mention Lowest Salary . Include Program . GEORGE SCHNEIDER , Manager . poYouWeedCOSTUMES? Let ua aend you our illustrated Catalog No . 28 of New and Second Hand Costumes . WhitneyScenic&amp;CostumeCompany,De M ™H.T SHORT VAMP SHOES [ TRADE MARK ] 54 West 31 st St . Jg &amp; I c **** /« . ========== ===^ ==of all prevailAnnounce the OPENING J ^ - OF A BRANCH SHOP r « a * - # o-u . e « r 1591 BROADWAY , .. 4 su , s .. and ca tom William Bernstein Short Vamp lasts Exclusively P atrona * ¦ vited Order * by mail or wire receive prompt attention (PROFESSIONALCARDS! 3 lines , 13 insertions , $ 5 ; 4 lines , 13 insertions , $ 6 ; S lines , 13...
Feminine Fancies and Foibles [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
Feminine Fancies and Foibles By Cady Whaley Continued from page 7 SHE told me that she was a native of Manchester , England , and that her grandfather was chapel organist at Windsor Castle during Queen Victoria s reign , and that her father was head master at Eton College ; that George Edwardes heard her sing and engaged her , as prima donna for San Toy , and that later she was prima donna in The School Girl and The City Girl ; that she had been singing in the music halls recently , and that her two biggest song hits were Zuyderzee and Glow-worm . Do you have two performances a day on the other side ? No , we never have matinees , except on Saturdays , but we often fill several engagements in the same evening , going by auto from one music hall to another . How do you like American audiences ? Oh , they have been very kind to me , and I think I shall love America very much . Everything is so different from London , though , and especially vaudeville , that I have to get accustomed t...
ARTISTS' ROUTES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
ARTISTS ROUTES PERMANENT ADDRESSES will only he published when displayed in thlt style of type ; on . year S 6 . 00 . The advertiser will also be entitled to an itinerary free . NOTE . —O . H . means Opera House ; G . O . H ., Grand Opera House . The State last referred to is meant where none is given . ¦ •••Where dates are preceded by an asterisk (*) , it indicates that a split is played and only the last half is given . All Routes must reach this office by Monday evening . The dates must apply to the week following date of issue in which ttay are to appear . Routes for the week current with dat . of luue will not he inelnded . There will be no complaint of routes not being need if thi . request is fully complied with . A—GEORGETTE ARMSTRONG , The Worid of Pleasure . E . J . APPLEBY , Orpheum , Loraine , O ., 1-6 ; Family , Newcastle , Paf g . i 3 . ADAMS &amp; GUHL , Kedzie , Chicago . 1-6 ; Orpheum , Rockford , 8-13 . ——ARNOLD &amp; VALLIERE , Guy Brothers Minstre...
COLUMBIA CIRCUIT . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
COLUMBIA CIRCUIT . Week of Jan . 1 . EMPIRE CIRCUIT . ^ Honeymoon Girls . Gayety , Pittsburgh . Behman Show . Gayety , Washington . Queen of Bohemia . Gayety , Baltimore . Golden Crook . Casino , Philadelphia . Dreamland Bur- Olympic , New York . lesquers . Crackerjacks . Gayety , Brooklyn . Bon Tons . Albany-Schenectady . Bowery Burlesquers . Casino , Boston . Vanity Fair . Westminster-Provi-dence . Merry Whirl . Springfield-Worcester Columbia Burlesquers . Murray Hill , New York . College Girls . Hurtig &amp; Seamon s , New York . Rose Sydells . Empire , Hoboken . Painting the Town . Gayety , Newark . Midnight Maidens . Star , Brooklyn . Big Banner Show . Gayety , Philadelphia . Runaway Girls . Columbia , New York Reeves Beauty Show . Gayety , Boston . Jersey Lilies . Open Week . Trocadero Bur- Schenectady-Albany . lesquers . Knickerbockers . Corinthian , Rochester Lovemakers . Garden , Buffalo . Robinson Crusoe Gayety , Toronto . Girls . Star &amp; Garter . Gayety...
OUR LITTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
OUR LITTER BOX IMPORTANT NOTICE . —Letters will be advertised in only one issue . They will be held at this office for three weeks and then forwarded to the Dead Letter Office , Washington , D . C . Managers , stage managers and musicians are requested to send to THE PLAYER any mail addressed to artists , who have left their theaters without leaving forwarding address . It will be advertised with other mail . A—W . E . Alsop , Lillian Apdale , Jack AIkins , Jackie Alfred , Maximus Armstrong , Australian Four , Sabino . Abreo . B—J . Bourke , Jack Broe , Byrd &amp; Vance , F . J . Byrd , Carolyl Brenrian , Bates &amp; Christie , Mamie Buchcr , Grace Braham , Pauline Baxter , Lilla Brennan , Barnes &amp; Edwin , Cliff Bailey Trio , J . V . Bayer , N . R . Boswell , Josephine Bonet , B . D . Bently , The Bazarow Troupe , Tom Barry , Rose Baldo , H . Bergh , J . T . Beeson , Harry and Pearl Belmont , Jack Bosworth , Aionzo Bosan , E . H . Bellows , The Great Bert...
NEWS OF THE I.A.&T.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
NEWS OF THE I.A.&amp;T.M.A. Stanley Frazer , of Local 92 , who was formerly with the Over Night company , has just closed with The Fair Co-Ed after a short season . By actual measurements , he so informs us , the distance between ties is—approximately—eighteen inches and a half . Rody Bain , of Albany local , property man of the Grace George company , is back in town again . Rody , though a bald mechanic , is a very good one . Jigger Donohue , of T . P . U . No . 2 , so Leo Fields , his press agent informs us , is Caruso s only rival . Having never heard this budding young tenor sing , we cannot vouch for this press agents statement . Eddie Kistner , formerly carpenter of Daniel Frohman s Lyceum theater , is now carpenter of Marcus Loew s Greeley Square theater . Tommy Stevens is the electrician at the same house . The crew of Thomas W . Ryley s production of Peggy at the Casino consists of Percy Lowe , carpenter ; Dennis Ennis , property man , and Dave Roebuck , electrician...
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
TOTHEUNITEDMANAGERS Am I blackballed ? Have I been badly handled ? Are you prejudiced ? What is the reason ? 4 weeks in New York . 1 st week , on , while the audience was coming in ; 2 nd , 3 rd and 4 th weeks , following the intermission . Success wonderful ; congratulated by all performers . CM THELONGCOMEDIAN I get more laughs than any act in this country working in one . Last week , Orpheum , Brooklyn . Success phenomenal . This week , Alhambra , New York , after Monday , applauded to walk on , too . A real RIOT ; $ 1 , 000 if above not correct . Yet I cannot get work unless I go out and shoot somebody . Result : THE BOAT SAILS ON WEDNESDAY
NEWS OF THE ORDER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
NEWS OF THE ORDER Meeting Held Tuesday Evening , December 28 Brother Quinn made a motion that card playing be restored as one of the recreations in the club rooms with the amendment that if any . one is caught gambling the cards will be taken away indefinitely . The motion was voted upon and carried . Brother Cooke told of his accomplishments on his trips to Detroit and Boston , told of in detail in some other part of this issue . He explained that the conference for the better enforcement of the agency law was postponed through unlocked for curcumstances , but would be held , he felt assured , in the very near future . He also pointed out that it is not the intention of this organization to become the very oppressors we are fighting against and so when equity is preached we should practice equity in ail things and have some consideration for managers and agents , be fair and honest with them always . He spoke of the uncalled for , undeserved , harsh criticism coming from a certain ...
SANTA VISITS STAGE KIDS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
SANTA VISITS STAGE KIDS All the v child actors of New York were remembered on Dec . 24 at the Stage Childrens . Christmas Festival , which was held in the Criterion theater and the concert hall of the New York theater . There was an entertainment that lasted four hours , given in the Criterion theater , and a banquet in the music hall . Gifts were hung on a huge Christmas tree erected in one of the lobbies and not one child was forgotten . The gifts were elaborate , and , as far as possible , the tastes of the children were consulted , so that they got just what they wanted . The entertainment was under the direction of Mrs . Anna Taliaferro Abell and Mrs . Anna V . Morrison . William Harris , the veteran manager , who is the treasurer of the organization , delivered an address which spoke of the happiness it gave him and his fellowworkers to give future stars one night of unalloyed pleasure . He thanked the large audience , made up of prominent theatrical people , for their attenda...