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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
\ PLACES FOR ARTISTS TO STOP NEW YORK CITY , | Telephone : 554-555 Bryant 0 Z ? Headquarters : 776 8 th Ave . EDMONDS FurnishedApartments TheOnlyApartmentCateringExclusivelytotheProfession 754-756 and 776-778-780 8 th AVENUE ONE BLOCK TO TIMES SO . WABE NEW YORK CITY Private Bath , Rate , to Suit Everybody , Private Phone in Each Apartment Headquarters for Vaudeville Artists . DELICATESSEN&amp;GROCER\f EDMONDS APARTMENTS BLDG ., 776 8 th Ave ., New York _|_ FRED HARDING Prop . When you want something Good to Eat , Call 2687 Bryant Especially Catering to Theatrical People . Everything Good to Eat . FURNISHEDAPARTMENTS,CompleteforHousekeeping exceptionally clean , three and four room apartment * , porcelain bath , steam heated , hot water ; reasonable rent 325 ana 330 WEST 43 rd STREET , NEW YORK CITY . » . . LOCK TO „ OA » WAY . IMQUIM JAK . T . « SS . W.A.MORTIMERS Cafe a \ nd Reataurant 222 WEST 47 th ST . Just round the corner from Broadway . COOKSPLACE 270 W . 39 th Stree...
Page 30 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
W % ? N New York s i OF TUB NEW FIRE-PROOF NAVARRE Seventh . Ave . &amp; SStli Street BUSINESS MEN FAMILIES TOURISTS Maximum of Luxury at Minimum of L-ost ACCESSIBLE-QUIET-ELEGANf Within Five Minutes Walk of Theatres , Shops aad Clubs . 300 Feet West of Broadway . . New Dutch Grill Rooms . Largest in the City . Electnc Cars pass Hotel to ail Railroads . EUROPEON PLAN $ 1 . 50 per Day $ 2 . 00 per Day WITHOUT BATH WITH BATH -J Suites , $ 3 . 50 and upwards SEND FOR COLORED MAP OF NEW YORK EDGAR T . SMITH , Managing : Director Plaza Hotel . Chicago , under same manaaemenL . THE NEWPORT 204 W . 6 Sd ST ., Bet 7 th AVE . and BWAY . Furnished rooms , whert . professional is made to feel at home . Bates : 82 . 60 to 28 . 60 single , $ 5 . 00 to 88 . 00 double . Private baths . Pianos In rooms If desired . MBS . M . J . OLINOMB . FURNISHED - ROOMS With light- housekeeping facilities at 250 W . 43 rd STREET , NEW YORK CITY Also Large and Small Booms , Doable and Hide . Phone Bryant ...
Page 30 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
249WEST38thST FURNISHED BOOMS . Rates reasonable . Three hloeks walk to subway . Block and a half to Broadway . THE KENNARDS , Props . THEARTHUR 252-254 W . 38 th Street 100 rooms , few vacancies , $ 2 . 60 to $ 5 weekly . Baths on every floor , steam heat , electric lights . Telephone . JUST TRY ONCE HOME COOKING * * 1 * 3 * + RESTAURANT 1 1 2 W . 45 th St . NEW YORK ESHXAN , Proprietor . CLEAN , COOL , BBTINEP , ACCESSIBLE . FURNISHEDROOMS 261 and 263 West 42 d St . UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT . Large and small rooms . - Double and single . By day or week . Close to Principal Theatres and Booking Agents . Special terms fee the prefaaatom .
Page 30 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
BOUSOUETHOUSE 169 W . 44 th ST . CAFE AND RESTAURANT . Telephone , 1032 Bryant . Lunch 40 c , Dinner 60 c , wine included . Malson recommandaux artistes . Room and Board . C . BIVOIBB , Prop . ROUX HOUSE 110 W . 47 th St ., New York . Booms and board . Table dHote . Lunch 45 c , Dinner 60 c . Cuisine Francaise . FURNISHED ROOMS CATER TO PROFESSIONALS . Close to all Theatres . Modern Improvements , Single and Double Rooms . 326 WEST 46 th STREET NEW YORK . UBS . PHKNXT . THE BRICK-RegUtered W . R . Hotel 818 Cor . Mill aai Linn Ms ., ITHACA , V . T . Special Attention t » Taeaerlllo Artists . Amor . plan . Modern lmprevoaeata . 81 . 00 par day . tarn . u . raunmaoM , nagaiatme
BOSTON [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
BOSTON By PETER S . McNALLY 720 Colonial Building A million post cards bearing Christmas greetings and best wishes for a Happy New Year have poured in on me from all sides , and if I had time I would be glad to acknowledge personally the receipt of every one of them . I will ask that the will be taken for the deed . Brooks &amp; Ward , presenting the comedy success , The Big Mistake , who have been playing to excellent business on New England time , open in Sydney , Nova Scotia , next week , and will play indefinitely in the Provinces . They have introduced two new songs in the act , Just for Tonight and The Garden of Our Hearts . Mr . Brooks was formerly an old-time Boston newspaper man . Celeste &amp; Co ., wire walkers and baton jugglers , sends . out . a unique Christmas card bearing the line , Englands loss is America s gain . That s why my London agent has a pain , followed by an original poem on Christmas and the bright New Year . Julia Redmond &amp; C...
BACK FROM PORTO RICO . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
BACK FROM PORTO RICO . Last Tuesday Freeman Bernstein s company , which made the trip to Porto Rico for a few evenings of vaudeville , returned to New York . They exhibited in San Juan upon a guarantee . May Ward , the Silbons , Miss Zoe , Darling s Dogs , Spillman s Bears and R . C . Carlisle formed the roster . Of these , all returned save the Silbons and Darling s Dogs . These acts proceeded to Ponce to show by themselves .
E . L . BLOOM HOUSE MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
E . L . BLOOM HOUSE MANAGER Another change in house management for the American music hall , Chicago , brings Ed ward L . Bloom to the fore as successor to George Harrison . Mr . Bloom a couple of years ago created a considerable stir when he closed a long association with Julius Cahn to become general manager for William Morris , Inc . His connection with Mr . Morris brought him logically into the breach when necessity required a manager of the Chicago theater in which Mr . Morris is still h eavily concerned .
LIBERAL VARIETY , FOLK [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
LIBERAL VARIETY , FOLK It is said that , vaudeville artists displayed great generosity in bestowing Christmas cheer upon tenants of the Putnam building this season . The assertion was made by a gentleman who saw many of the gifts that it would require a moving van to handle them all in one load . Officers of the U . B . O . remembered their employees substantially and from his associates in the Family Department and other sections of the United Offices , Daniel Hennessy received an elaborate and expensive silver service . With the gift came a flow of eloquence from Pat Casey which made the occasion memorable .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
WANTS Bates , 10 words 25 c , each additional word le . Advertisements of a strictly commercial nature excluded . Terms , cash with order . WANTED TO BUY—Pick-out dog and xylophone . Address Florence , core of Player . HENRY CLAY GRANT writes parodies , material and advertisements . Drawa cartoons . The Player .
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
NEW YORK CITY . MOMPLYMOUTH ^^^^^^^^ B , EUROPEAN PLAN ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ H 38 th StPOOt , Bmt . Jih mm / 8 th Arm * ., &lt; V &gt; Ye OHy ^^^^^^^^^ | New Flre-Prool Bulldlnd A Stone s Throw From Broadway . H ^ H ^ H NOTICE THE RATES &amp; £% &amp;&amp;&amp; M % Tn ¦ unaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeag || W I IWB . I lis . nn ¦ e . v and 81 * 76 double . A room by tha 8 a ^ 8 a ^ 8 a ^ 8 a ^ BBBBBBBI day with private bathroom attached , $ 1 . 60 single ; 82 . 00 double . Booms 8 B ^ 8 a ^ 8 a ^ BBBBBBBBKl with use of bath , from 85 . 00 to 88 . 00 per week single ; and from 86 . 00 to 8 a ^ 6 a ^ 6 a ^ 6 a ^ BBBBBiXs 88 60 double . Booms with private bath attached , from 88 . 60 to 810 . 00 ga ^ ga ^ ga ^ ga ^ ga ^ H per week single ; and from 89 . 60 to 811 . 00 donble . NO HIGHER . ga ^ ga ^ ga ^ ga ^ gn ^ BBBM Every room has hot and cold running water , electric light and-lost ^ I ^ HHHHHHHHIH distance telephone . Restaurant a la carte . Club Breakfas...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
IOWA . REX / ERE HOTEL CLINTON , IA . European Plan . Bates , 60 cents and up * Electric Lights , Baths , Steam Heat . One half block from Family Theater . DES MOINES , IOWA White Rats Betdanarter . AAAJESTIC HOTEL ( European Plan ) Next door to the Orpheum Theater . PLAYEB ON FILE . LOUIS HELPER , Prop . LOUISIANA . NEW ORLEANS ileu ^ Hfim for WHITE RATS Pitt RANSON HOTEL 236-287 Danphlne Street , Near Every Theatre la the City . Xr . A Mrs , Sage Boss ( Marie Banna ) , Proprietors . Agency for THE PLAYEB . MASSACHUSETTS . BOSTON , MASS . White Bats Headquarters . NEW RICHWOOD HOTEL AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN . 864 TBEK 0 NT ST . Near all theatres . Benovated throughout—strictly modern . Telaphone , hot -and -coM-mmuing water In all looma . Booms with private bath , single or en suite . Bates moderate . Ask Wlllard and Bond , Jai . J . Carvln , Arthur Tan , Fltsgerald and ODell . - PLAYEB en Me . J . O . LYONS , Mgt . THE HOTEL WITH A WELCOME . THE KEIMNEY W . L . MHBCER . Prop . 8...
PHILADELPHIA [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
PHILADELPHIA Bell Phone : Filoert 44-20 By BOB WATT No . 261 So . 9 th St . The week before Christmas and all through the house , or houses , there were evidences of distress . It is true that the falling off in business this year was not as strong as in previous years , but business was far from being good in this city . Although everybody had been warned that they should shop early , that having been yelled at them since last August , many people put off the job until the last week and then ,-after a strenuous day in the big shops they were in no humor to go to a theater . They would rather sit at honie and talk over the gifts they had purchased or figure out how to stretch the remaining bankroll so it would hold out and go all the way round . Everybody figured out that because the big shops would not remain open at nights that theaters would have a big week , but they did not . Some few but the others had attractions did well , tough sledding and the managers are glad that the pr...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
M ASSACHUSETTS . i ^ tlOTEL- TAXI 408 TBEMONT ST ., BOSTON , MASS . Opposite Castle Square Theatre , rhone Trcmobt 21 , 688 . Situated In Ibe heart of the city , within a few minutes walk to all theatres . Everything up to date . Rooms by day 60-82 . 00 , by the week 82 . 00 and up Single , Double 83 . 00 and up . An extra addition to the hotel , containing SO more rooms , of latest improvements , has been completed exclusively for tbe theatrical profession , with Parlor , Smoking Boom , Baths , etc In the center ef tha theatrical district . KIRTLANDHOUSE 82 SUMMER ST ., LYiM , MASS . EUROPEAN PLAN . Only hotel la tha city having rooms with prlvat * bath . STOP AT MBS . THOMASS BEN FRANKLIN HOUSE A friend to tbe Profession for twenty years . Boom and Board , 83-00 , $ 6 . 60 and 86 . 00 . 24 Summerset St , BOSTON , MASS , MARYLAND . WHITE BATS HEADQUARTERS . AuditoriumHotel RALPH LEVY , Proprietor . Bates for Boom and Board , 88 , 87 and 88 per week . 809 North Howard Street , BALTI...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
MISSOURI . ST . LOUIS . REGENT HOTEL , 100 N . 14 th LELAND HOTEL . 1414 Market E . E . CAMPBELL , Prop , and Mgr . WHITE BATS HEADQUARTERS . 10 minutes walk to all theatres . RULINGSHOTEL Newly Famished , Steam Heat , eta . a E . Cor . 7 th and Walnut Bts ,, ST . LOUIS , White Bats and Everybody Welcome . Call and see me . SATIS O . BUXUKh Proprieter . WHITE BATS WELCOME AND STOP AT HIPPODROME HOTEL sSSMv ( formerly Hotel Owens ) . Hot and cold water in every room . Booms with bath , steam heat . Bates : European plan , for summer only , 82 . 60 up per week . American plan : In season , single , per week , 89 . 00 and $ 10 . 00 ; double , per week , 816 . 00 and $ 18 . 00 . Booms with bath , American plan , double , 820 . 00 . H . P . 8 ADHK . Whit * Bats and A . A . A . Welcome . HOTEL fORNEY JOPLINJO . Registered Hotel . Bates—81 Double , 81 . 26 Single . MONTANA . STOP AT THE ARGYLEHOTEL 82 to 68 Wast Broadway , BUTTE , MONT . Two doors west of Majeetio Theatre , opposite the Mi...
RUBY HOFFMAN . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
RUBY HOFFMAN . A Philadelphia girl who has made rapid strides in the profession . She made her first appearance in the chorus of the Abom Opera . Co . and afterwards joined The Rose of Allumbra company . For a portion of a season she was with a stock company and then joined Eugenie Blair . Last season Miss Hoffman played a part m A Gentleman from Mississippi , and during the summer played with the Stubbs-Wxlson Players m Columbus , O . She is now playing the leading role in Seven Days , the part originally played by Florence Reed .
Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 29 December 1911
NEW JERSEY . Bell Phono , 1875-D . Inter-State Phone , 2028 , White Bats Home . THE EXCHANGE HOTEL B . E . FLYNN , Proprietor . Commercial and Theatrical Headquarters . Half Block from all Theatres . Bate per day , $ 1 . 00 up . 80 and 82 E . FBONT ST ., TRENTON , N . J . NORTH CAROLINA . HOTEL WEBSTER GEO . WIGFALL , Prop . WINSTON-SALEM , N . a Special Bates to White Bats . NORTH DAKOTA . DIXON EUROPEAN HOTEL HOME FOR WHITE RATS . Always have been pleased . 805 Broadway . FARGO , N . DAK . MRS . J . SUITS , Prop . OREGON . THE THEATRE CENTRE OF PORTLAND , OREGON . THE CALUMET HOTEL 150 PARK ST . Professional rates : $ 0 . 75 single , $ 1 . 00 double . Special rates by the week . Orpheum 1 % blocks , Empress 1 % blocks , Pantages 1 ? 4 blocks , Helllg 2 blocks , Baker 8 blocks . Bungalow 4 blocks . OKLAHOMA VICTORIA HOTEL ( EUROPEAN ) Cor . Broadway and Beno Streets , OKLAHOMA CITY , OKLA , The official White Bat HoteL OHIO . __. European Plan . Bates 60 o „ 76 c ., $ 1 . 00 . HOTE...