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CHILD GETS BENEFIT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
CHILD GETS BENEFIT DULUTH , Minn ., Jan . 2 . —Corinne Malverne , the child actress , who is ill at St . Mary s hospital , will be given a benefit Thursday afternoon of this week at the Lyceum . The use of the house has been donated by C . A . Marshall , and the bill will be made up from volunteer professional talent augmented by local amateurs .
HIMMELEIN COMPANY CLOSES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
HIMMELEIN COMPANY CLOSES John Himmeleins Imperial Stock Co . closed in Uniontown , Pa ., the early part of December . Dorothy Marke , who had played a twenty-eight-week season with the company as leading lady , opened the following week in the same capacity with the Peruchi-Gypzene Co . at the Majestic theater , Montgomery , Ala . Didn t kill anyone with my novelty act , nor did I knock them out of their seats , writes Jeanette DArville , but I am making good everywhere .
ROSE KING , OF YORK & KING [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
ROSE KING , OF YORK &amp; KING This is a portrait of Rose King , a young lady well known in vaudeville circles and popular with vaudeville audiences everywhere . She appears with Chicken York ( see opposite Paee ) in a display of versatility which features harmony singing and novelty coon shouting . She is a young lady of great vivacity and lends a pleasing manner to her stage methods which wins for her the admiration of all beholders .
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
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DIVORCE FROM HARRY CHILDS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
DIVORCE FROM HARRY CHILDS Bessie Toner ( Mrs .. Harry Childs ) was granted an interloctutory decree of divorce from her husband , Harry Childs , stage manager of Little Boy Blue , Wednesday of last week . A sensational episode in a house on West Forty-sixth street , New York , figured in the hearing before the referee in the case . The court granted Mrs . Childs an allowance of $ 5 per week toward the support of the couple s child . It is understood that an allowance for the maintenance of the wife was made outside ~ bl court . Bessie Toner will be remembered as the star with road companies of Girls and The Lottery Man . The couple were married in New York City in 1900 . —
DANCER WINS SUIT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
DANCER WINS SUIT . Mile . Lydia Lopoukowa , the Russian ¦ dancer , and her personal manager , Joseph Mandelkern , were awarded verdicts in their respective suits against Max Rabinoff , president of the corporation known as Enterprises of Max Rabinoff , in the New York courts . As the result of a break with Rabinoff in Buffalo , N . Y ., the plaintiffs sued , and the court s decision awards Mile . Lopoukowa salary for five days , at the rate •of $ 400 per week , and Mr . Mandelkern •$ 130 for services rendered . The dancer s suit for breach of contract was not considered in the actions which have been decided , the money awarded being due for services rendered . Another auction for $ 6 , 200 in which Mile . Lopoukowa is the plaintiff arid Rabinoff the defendant , and the grounds breach of contract is pending .
THEY DO COME BACK [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
THEY DO COME BACK Adeline Genee , who was married last June and who at that time declared that her days of stage-dancing were over , has completed arrangements for a tour of this country , under the management of R . E . Johnson . She will carry a symphony orchestra aand numerous light and spectacular effects . Part of the tour will take in the Pacific coast where Genee has never been seen . In speaking of her determination to come back to the stage she said , I know that I was not supposed to dance any more , but I find that I cannot keep away from my art . BOSTON , Mass ., Jan . 2 . —John L . Sullivan , who some months ago discarded grease paint for life on a farm , has tired of the monotony of existence where Nature rules supreme and is now on his way to play a number of vaudeville engagements . When he married , six months ago , he settled down to a quiet life , but it palled on him and he will again be seen behind the footlights .
TENOR SINGARA ILL [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
TENOR SINGARA ILL HOT SPRINGS , Ark ., Dec . 27 . —Signor Singara , principal tenor with the Savage Opera company , playing The Girl of the Golden West , was left behind in this city when the company went west after a recent engagement here . The singer is seriously ill at the home of a friend , with malarial fever .
CHICKEN YORK , OF YORK & KING [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
CHICKEN YORK , OF YORK &amp; KING Above is shown a portrait of Chicken York , who , with Rose King , is appearing in vaude ville under the title of That Barber Shop Pair . On the opposite page is shown a picture of Miss King The couple have appeared in all of the leading vaudeville theaters m the country , and wherever they have been their popularity has been most pronounced .
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
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PLANS ARE ACCEPTED FOR NEW W . R . A . U . BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
PLANS ARE ACCEPTED FOR NEW W . R . A . U . BUILDING \ york of Demolishing Old Structures on West Forty-Sixth Street Site Begun and General Contract for Imposing Edifice Will Be Let in Near Future—Occupancy Expected by Next October ~ Efhployees of the Jump House Wrecking . Co . on Tuesday of the current week Ihegah ^ ihel . work qf razing the three old buildings Tpictured in connection with this article , that occupy the site on West ¦ Forty-sixth St ., New York City , which has been secured for the new W- R- A U . and A . A . A . ^ building . ~ TV is announced ¦ that within ten days the site will be in readiness for construction work on the ; new edifice which is . to ... comfortably house , the union actors orders * ,. _ j Trie . -new plans for the building , prepared by Architects Harde &amp; Short , of No . 3 West Twenty-ninth St ., New York City , have been formally accepted by the White Rats Realty Co ., which is to have charge of the construction and control of the new...
Architects to Supervise , ; ,,. . _ [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
Architects to Supervise , ; ,,. . _ The Building Committee , o ; fcthe ; fVVAiBe Rats Realty Co . has taken everyprecaution to see that the , new . stfucture ; .. is everything that it should be . The plans , which have been accepted are the work of architects who , have had much experience in the construction of important buildings , and these architects are to perW sonally supervise the new White Rats structure , passing upon each detail as it comes up . The architects , HerberfeHkrde and R . Thomas Short , enjoy the distinction of having planned and supervised what is freely spoken of as the finest police station in the United States , if -riot in the world , the Tenderloin police station on Thirtieth St ., New York City . They also planned and supervised ^ ithe construction of the Kismet Temple , the Shriners home in Brooklyn , N . Y . Two theaters in Brooklyn , the Shubert and the De Kelb , are also their work , as is the Alwyn Court , a million dollar apartment house in Manhat...
MAIL AT ST . LOUIS , COLUMBIA [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
MAIL AT ST . LOUIS , COLUMBIA Torn Maguire advises THE PLAYER that there are held at the stage dobr of the Columbia theater , St . Louis , lacking proper addresses , the following letters , etc .: Letters—Martin J . Rademaker , John and Winnie Hennings , John McCauley , Olive Adair , Jane Derie , Charles Van , Mr . and Mrs . M . F . Petram , Fred Gortelle , Bernard Moore , Dagmar Miller Weller , William Scott , Evelyn Shaw , Flora Kelley , Harold Kelley , Blanche Vellette , Adele Rudolph , Horace Wright , Wright &amp; Dietrich , Mr . and Mrs . Horace Wright , George H . Wood , Three Hickey Bros ., Ralph Thayer , Gordon Whyte . Cards—Charles Mast , Mrs . E . Lowande , Ed . Carter , Tom Philbant , Johnny Ford , Mr . and Mrs . H ; E . Humphrey , Harry Hill , Stella Dixon ( return card and letter ) . Telegrams—Joe Laftern , Mrs . D . L . Winters . Package—Johnny Ford . Papers—Henry Corner ( 2 ) . c / o Paul Tausig . The mail described will be forwarded by . the Columbia theater ...
VOTES ARE READY FOR SALE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
VOTES ARE READY FOR SALE Booklets containing the coupons which are to be sold in the popularity contest to be conducted for the purpose of raising funds for the White Wats Building Charity Fund have been prepared by the printer and are now in the hands , of the directors of the enterprise ; their distribution will be begun within the next few days . The accompanying reproduc tion of the coupon will supplement the explanation of the plan which was made in last week s issue of THE PLAYER . There is but one . restriction as to the candidates eligible for the prize and honor which it is planned tor confer in this , popularity contest . NO LADY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY OF A MAN - CONNECTED WITH THE WHITE RATS ACTORS UNION OF AMERICA IN AN EXECUTIVE CAPACITY , EITHER AS AN OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE , IS ELIGIBLE TO BECOME A CANDIDATE . Any other member of the Associated Actresses of America in good standing may become a candidate . In connection with this plan to raise money for use in the construc...
THE SEXTET SERENADERS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
THE SEXTET SERENADERS Amid the tumult of a Broadway New Years the ladies of the Cora Carson Sextet serenaded the White Rats at the foot of the club room steps just . as the bells , whistles , horns , screechers , hooters and various other noisemakers were trying to drown them out . But the young ladies kept their six musical instruments at top going and rendered _ a beautiful and much . appreciated serenade . It was an act of gracious courtesy which was appreciated by the members of the order who had assembled at the club room to watch the old year fade as the new year dawned .
BAD PICTURES SCORED [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
BAD PICTURES SCORED TRENTON , N . J ., Jan . 1 . —Dr . George B . Wright , Commissioner of Charities and Corrections , for this State , has just submitted his annual report to the Governor , and in it he scores immoral and suggestive moving pictures and vaudeville shows where suggestiveness is a feature . He asked that a rigid censorship should be exercised over all shows where the youth of the State congregate . The important part of his . report states that moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments when clean , and no reason can be assigned , why they should be otherwise , are important educational agencies , and afford opportunities for restful recreation . When , however * they represent crime in an attractive manner they are dangerous and should be suppressed . When immorality is depicted in such a manner as to make the young think it is smart to be vicious it is harmful , because they are taught that wrong-doing is not harmful unless some flagrant crime is committed .