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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
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Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
Reproduced from your own photos as good , or better than the original . Bead for samples and pnoe list . C . F . GAIRING OX CO . 128 M . l »« v Salle Street . Chicago That Vaudeville Author LouisChevalier REGULAR WRITER OF REAL MATERIAL . Here s a few for whom I have written and who will tell you that my material is Right — The Brownings , Chas . Leonard Fletcher , Matron &amp; Hines , Smith &amp; Champion , La Vine &amp; Inman , Geis &amp; Miner , McAvoy Sc Brooks , Cross fc Maye , The Harvcys , Dorothea M . Hall , Coleman &amp; Frances , Wiirn &amp; Renard , Haney &amp; Long , Bruce &amp; Calvert , Davis &amp; Hodge , Harry R . Brown , AND MANY OTHERS . I AM RAISING SALARIES WITH MY MATERIAL AND I CAN PROVE IT . Telephone—9194 Columbus . Office—151 WEST 66 th ST . NEW YORK CITY . FREETOYOU A 20 x 80 photo enlargement aad display frame with every order . 100 7 X 9 PHOTO REPRODUCTIONS , 2 STYLES FOR . ^ S . OO S...
NEWSY ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
NEWSY ITEMS Slashed and Trimmed Jack Meyers , who is at present playing the role of Nikola Kromensky , with Frank Deshon , in The Beauty Spot , will soon retire from that company and enter vaudeville with an act supervised and written by Herbert S . Frank , who will also be his manager . Barnhold &amp; Ellwood are playing this week at the Family theater in Detroit , presenting their novelty singing and dancing act . At Oklahoma City , Okla ., Charles and Laura Hughes have a suit in the district court against Etta Goldberg . They seek $ 30 , 000 damages for false arrest , defamation of character and mental suffering . The action is divided into three separate counts of $ 10 , 000 damage in each instance . The Columbia , Toledo , Ohio , started vaudeville last week , booked from the Chicago office of Sullivan &amp; Considine . Another new S . &amp; C . booking in that vicinity is Mays opera house , Lima , Ohio . Gray &amp; Graham send greetings from New...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
COLUMBIA CIRCUIT . Week of Jan . 8 . EMPIRE CIRCUIT . Behman Show . Gayety , Pittsburgh . Queen of Bohemia . Gayety , Washington . Golden Crook . Gayety , Baltimore . Dreamland Bur- Gayety , Philadelphia , lesquers . Crackerjacks . Olympic , New York . Bon Tons . Gayety , Brooklyn . Bowery Burlesquers . Albany-Schenectady . Vanity Fair . Gayety , Boston . Merry Whirl . Westminster-Provi-dence . Columbia Burlesquers . Springfield-Worcester . College Girls . Murray Hill , New York . Rose SydeHs . Hurtig &amp; Seamen s , New York . Painting the Town . Empire , Hoboken . Midnight Maidens . Gayety , Newark . Big Banner Show . Star , Brooklyn . Runaway Girls . Casino , Philadelphia . Reeves Beauty Show . Columbia , New York . Jersey Lilies . Casino , Boston . Trocadero Bur- Open Week , lesquers . Knickerbockers . Schenectady-Albany . Lovemakers . Corinthian , Rochester . Robinson Crusoe Garden , Buffalo . Girls . Star &amp; Garter . Gayety , Toronto . Belles of the Boule- ...
WILD WEST WINTERING EASY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
WILD WEST WINTERING EASY Miller Bros . &amp; Arlington s 101 Ranch Wild West is having a pleasant winter at Venice , near Los Angeles , Cal . The show was sent there by Edward Arlington to be on hand for an early opening of a Pacific Coast tour in the spring . Meanwhile , through an arrangement with the Bison Film Co ., the Indians , horses and show property are converted to moving picture uses . Sundays the Indian Village is an attraction to great throngs , and , taken altogether , the Ranch show will pull through the winter without acquiring the customary heavy expense of lying idle during the winter months .
RATHER TOUGH "JOKE " [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
RATHER TOUGH JOKE MILLVILLE , N . J ., Jan . 2 . —Billy Davis , the monolog artist , had a practical joke played upon him while he was appearing here last week , and as _ is usual with these alleged humorous episodes he suffered intensely from it . Some person placed alum or some other substance in the vessel containing the water he used to wash up with , and it nearly ruined his eyesight . A physician who was called in claimed that it was only the prompt application of remedies which prevented his losing the sight of both eyes . Mr . Davis was playing at the Hand theater at the time of the accident .
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
HAMMERSTEINS VICTORIA . FROM N . Y . CLIPPER . SIXCORNALLAS Continue at the very top notch of expert acrobatic troupes . Their finished , and at times startling , performances being robbed of their thrills by the grace and dexterity of their accomplishment . BOOKED BY JAB . J . ARMSTRONG . WhiteRatsTransfergStorageCo. Special rates to the profession for hauling trunks , scenery and storing , We buy and sell second-hand scenery , trunks and electric stage lamps . Main ofllce , 140 W . 37 th St . ; Phone 8788 Murray Hill . Storage ofllce , 145 W . 83 d St . ; . Phone 5867 Murray Hill . Fischer«ftCo., COSTUMERS 161 WEST 49 th STREET MEW YORK OITY Theatrical and Historical Costumes •f every description FOR BALE and TO HIRE . COSTUMES made to order . ORIGINAL DXSIGNa COMPLETE THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS FURNISHED . AMATEUR B 0 CLETW 8 COMPLETELY EQUIPPED ANYWHERE . No catalogues . NEW PROCESS — . NO CBAOK . SC ENERY for vaudeville productions . Painted by a saw process . Can be folded for tru...
NORFOLK SCAMPER WAKES INTEREST IN W . R . A . D [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
NORFOLK SCAMPER WAKES INTEREST IN W . R . A . D Half a Hundred Members of the Order and Their Guests Celebrate in Southern City . NORFOLK , Va ., Dec . 31 . —A highly successful White Rats Scamper was held at Linn s restaurant in this city Friday evening , the festivities beginning at 11 : 15 p . m ., when approximately a half hundred representative vaudeville performers and others interested in theatricals took seats at a well laden banqueting table . Fred Duprez , at one end of the table , officiated as toastmaster and Tom Grady at the other in the somewhat original capacity of toast teaser , his duties to good naturedly badger those who responded to the call of the toastmaster . Duprez and Grady proved especially fine in their team work and kept the assemblage in the best of humor thoroughout the session . Every guest was called upon to make a speech , not even the ladies being excused . The newspapermen in attendance , Mr . Krause , of the Virginia Pilot , and Mr . Ryan , of The...
PAULINE DEMONSTRATES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
PAULINE DEMONSTRATES SPRINGFIELD , Mass ., Dec . 30 . —Pauline , the hypnotist , appearing at Poll s theater this week , gave a private demonstration of two of his most remarkable tests before a party of local physicians in Cooley s hotel Wednesday . The tests he demonstrated were his renowned blood test and the saliva test . The physicians were unanimous in the expression that the feats accomplished apparently by suggestion were remarkable and difficult of explanation . The blood test , people who have seen Pauline work will recall , is the demonstration in which he takes a subject , places him under hypnotic influence , and then directs the flow of blood in one of his arms by spoken suggestion ; he makes the blood leave the arm entirely until the member seems cold and white as marble and then brings it back again , apparently _ under _ perfect control . The saliva test is one in which the same subject is placed in a cataleptic state and stops the flow of saliva in his mouth upon t...
UNDERGOES OPERATION FOR AURAL ABSCESS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
UNDERGOES OPERATION FOR AURAL ABSCESS Trovato , the Violinist , Under Surgeon s Knife in Washington . Trovato , the violinist , while in Washington , D . C , last week was forced to undergo an operation because of an abscess which had formed in one of his ears . Dr . Morgan , a prominent specialist of Washington , performed the operation and the well-known vaudeville performer is now experiencing little difficulty from the ailment which caused him so much annoyance for a long time . Dr . Morgan expresses the opinion that the abscess formed as the result of Trovato s somewhat extraordinary activity on the stage ; vaudeville patrons who have seen Trovato will recall that the rhythm which the violinist puts into his violin at each performance seems to permeate his entire being and keeps him moving literally from head to foot . After having played an extensive tour in the East—this week at Hammerstein s in New York City—Trovato is about to go West to fill a sixteen-week engagement in Ch...
DISSATISFIED IN ST . LOUIS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
DISSATISFIED IN ST . LOUIS ST . LOUIS , MO ., Dec . 29 . —Vaudeville performers affiliated with the White Rats Actors Union are complaining ^ of the practices of some of the local booking agencies , and say that conditions in the small time theaters in St . Louis and vicinity are in _ a deplorable condition . They are awaiting a visit from a representative 6 f the W . R . A . U . headquarters in New York , who has promised to investigate when he goes west to Chicago and other important cities .
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
ATTRACTIVE LETTERHEADS A neatly printed professional letterhead Is the performer s best advertisement—100 printed on good paper , 50 c ; SOO , ? 1 . 25 ; 1 , 000 , $ 2 ; 100 6 % envelopes , 50 c ; 500 , ? 1 . 25 ; 1 , 000 , $ 2 ; 500 large No . 1 Manilla envelopes , 50 c ; 500 , $ 1 . 25 ; 200 blotters advertising your act , SI . Wimmer prints everything that is attractive for the profession . DON WIMMER , Ife . Fritter , SHHBYMf , IND . YE RATS , Come one , oome all , to the old reliable WIOMAKER GEORGE SHINDHELM , 232 V . 4 M ST . Send for price list . Phone , 8738 Bryant . BUflTflC Cabinets $ 2 . 50 a 100 , from sltrllU I Uw tings , negatives or pictures . JOHNSON 140 South WafeMhAvswONsaa * Circus*JUGGLIWS*PPARflT^ CLHS , SUKS , UTONS , GINS . MOPS , MK VPAUTBt Stamp for CataJotro EDW . VAN WYCK CINCINNATI ,, Q TIGHTS AND SHIRTS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION , PADDING , FROG , SNAKE AND MONKEY SUITS , ELASTIC AND CLOTH SUPPORTERS , GYMNASTIC PUMPS AND GAITERS , SPANGLES AND BULLION FRING...
WIRE WALKER INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
WIRE WALKER INJURED Fannie Fondelier , a wire walker , was painfully injured during a performance at the Lyric theater , Brooklyn , N . Y ., Wednesday evening , Dec . 27 . Miss Fondelier was in the act of playing a violin while walking the wire , when a part of her apparatus slipped and the performer was precipitated to the floor . She was badly bruised about the knees and arms , and the $ 300 violin which she was playing was broken into fragments . The instrument was sixty years old , and had been in Miss Fondelier s possession for twenty years . Another violin was secured and she gamely played the following show , although suffering great pain .
NOTICE SHOWS ONE MANAGER'S UNFAIR STAND [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
NOTICE SHOWS ONE MANAGERS UNFAIR STAND Goldstein Bros . Amusement Co . Sought Protection Under Announcement Which They Have Changed . A member of the White Rats Actors Union of America has supplied the following information bearing upon the attitude of the Goldstein Bros . Amusement Co ., Springfield , Mass ., toward contracts , which , it will be observed , do not seem to be even considered in the promulgation of manager s rules and regulations : Until recently there was posted in the Goldstein Bros , theater in Springfield , Mass ., the following notice : To all performers who play this theater . If you have ever played Springfield before , dont hesitate to NOTIFY MANAGER , or you are liable for your salary . We keep records of all acts that play in the city of Springfield , by seeing them personally . IF YOU SAY NOTHING , NOTHING WILL BE SAID TO YOU UNTIL YOU ARE THROUGH . If we can prove that you have played this city , YOU ARE LIABLE FOR YOUR SALARY . Not long ago the Goldstein...
V . C . C . ELECTS OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
V . C . C . ELECTS OFFICERS The election of officers at the annual meeting of the Vaudeville Comedy Club , Tuesday evening , Dec . 26 , resulted as follows : President , Bert Leslie ; vicepresidents , George M . Cohan , William Collier and Robert E . Matthews ; secretary , Gene Hughes ; treasurer , Harry M . Denton ; chairman of the House Committee , William Gould . __ Nine members of the Board of Control were also elected , five from the active members and four from the lay members . Of the active members Homer B . Mason , Charles H . Smith and Frank Otto were elected for a term of two years ; Ben Shields and Roland West were elected for a term of one year . Samuel McKee , Augustus Dreyer , Sam H . Harris and Joseph M . Schenck were the laymen elected , the first two for two-year terms and the latter two for one-year terms . The position of steward and manager of the new club house was accepted by Walter Daniels , retiring Chairman of the House Committee , who will assume his dutie...