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Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
MASSACHUSETTS . HOTEL . TAXI 401 TBEMONT ST ., BOSTON , MASS . Opposite Caatl * Bquar * Theatre . Phone Tremont 21 , 689 . Situated Is the heart of th * city , within a few minute * walk to all theatres . Everything np to data . Rooms by day 60-S 2 . 00 , by the week $ 2 . 00 and up Single , Double $ 3 . 00 and up . An extra addition to th * hotel , containing &lt; 0 more rooms , of latest Improvements , has been completed exclusively for the theatrical profession , with Parlor , Smoking Boom . Baths , etc . STOP AT MBS , THOMASS BEN FRANKLIN HOUSE A friend to the Profession for twenty year * . Room and Board , $ 5 . 00 , $ 5 . 60 and $ 6 . 00 24 Summerset St ., BOSTON , MASS . MARYLAND . NEW THEATRE BALTIMORE Stop at Mrs.W.D.SPARROW 629 N . HOWABD ST . First class in every respect , principally table . WHITE BATS HEADQUABTEBS . AuditoriumHotel RALPH LEVY , Proprietor . Bate * for Boom aad Board , $ 6 , $ 7 aad $ • per week . 609 North Howard Street , BALTIMOBE , XD . HOTELN...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
MISSOURI . •_ ST . LOUTS . REGENT HOTEL , 100 N . 14 th LELAND HOTEL , 1414 Market E . E . CAMPBELL , Prop , and Mgr . WHITE BATS HEADQUABTEBS . 10 minute . walk t * all lheetras . RULINGSHOTEL Newly Furnished , Steam Heat , ate . B . E . Cor . 7 th aad Walnut St * ., ST . LOUTS . White Bate aad Everybody W . IOMB * . Call-aad *»•¦* . DAVID O . RILLING , Preprteter . WHITE BATS WELCOME AND STOP AX HIPPODROMEHOTEL£Z,Z, ( formerly Hotel Owens ) ., Hot and cold water In ererj room . Booms with bath , steam heat . Rates : European plan , tor summer only , $ 2 . 60 up per week . American plan : In seas * n , single , per week , $ 9 . 00 and $ 10 . 00 ; double , per week , $ 16 . 00 and $ 18 . 00 . Booms with bath , American plan , double , $ 20 . 00 . H . T . SADBK . White Bat * aad A . A . A . Welcome . HOTELFORNEYJOPLIN,MO. Registered Hotel . Bate *— $ 1 Doable , $ 1 . 25 Single . MONTANA . STOP AT THE ARGYLEHOTEL 62 to 68 West Broadway , BUTTE , MONT . Two doors west of Majestic Theat...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
OUR LETTER 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 having forwarding address . It will be advertised with other mail . A—Hugo Angelo , Theresia Aimer , Fred H . Adams , Ada Ayers , William K . Alohikea . B—Nat R . Boswell , Grace N . Braham , Billy Burns , Beltrah &amp; Beltrah , E . J . Baiden , George Belford , Ben &amp; Ivan Black , Bobby Burnes , Nat Burns , Four Bruos , George Barry , Herk , Bowers , Blaton &amp; Bowers , Percy W . Brown , The Brownings . C—Blanche Craig , William Coden , Erwin Connelly , Allen Curtis , Curtis &amp; Sutherland , Curran &amp; Edwards , Earl E . Colvin , Fred M . Cady , L . Carduini , Frank Christopher . D—Cuba De Schon...
HOUSE BREAKS RECORDS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
HOUSE BREAKS RECORDS ZANESVILLE , O ., Dec . 30 . —The Orpheum theater here shattered all house records for attendance on Christmas Day . The theater was packed for three performances and a goodly crowd stood outside a long time awaiting admission for a fourth performance . The bill was made up as follows : The Prosit Trio , Pauline Fletcher &amp; Co ., Howard &amp; Boyle , Jack and Norma Denny , Zolo Sisters &amp; Donhitt . For the latter half of the week these performers had been engaged : Woods , Ralton &amp; Co . ; Williams &amp; Culver ,. The Burtons , Francis Bott &amp; Co ., Lyric Comedy Four . The Mary Emerson Stock company begins a four weeks engagement at the Schultz theater Jan . 8 .
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
NEW JERSEY . Bell Phone , 1 S 76-D . Inter-State Phone , 202 * . White Bats Home . THE EXCHANGE HOTEL R . E . FLYNN , Proprietor , Commercial and Theatrical Headquarters . Half Block from all Theatres . Rate per day , $ 1 . 00 up . SO and 32 E . PBONT ST ., TRENTON , N . J . ^ NORTH CAROLINA . HOTEL WEBSTER GEO . WIOFALL , Prop . WINSTON-SALEM , N . a Special Bates to White Bate . NORTH DAKOTA . DIXON EUROPEAN HOTEL HOME FOB WHITE HATS . i Always have been pleased . 805 Broadway . FABGO , N . DAK . , i &gt; •MBS . J . SUITS , Prop . OREGON . THE THEATRE CENTRE OP PORTLAND , OREGON . THECALUMETHOTEL 150 PABX ST . Professional rates : $ 0 . 75 single , $ 1 . 00 double . Special rates by the week . Orpheum VA blocks . Empress 1 % blocks , Pantages 1 % blocks , Heillg 2 blocks . Baker 8 blocks , Bungalow 4 blocks . OKLAHOMA VICTORIA HOTEL ( EUROPEAN ) Cor . Broadway and Ren * Btr ** te , OKLAHOMA OUT , OKI— . Th * official Whit * Bat Hotel . OHIO . European Plaa . Bate * Mo ., 7...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
PENNSYLVANIA . CORRY , PA . EUROPEAN HOTEL American . Special Bate * to White Bat * . European Flaa , Booms 60 a . and up . PRANK LAURIE . Proprietor . WTLKES-BAEBE , PA . CARLTON HOTEL White Bats Headquarters . THEO . E . TEEL , Prop . Bates $ 1 , 00 a Day , SARATOGA LUNCH PITTSBURG . E . FISHBL . Opposite Lyceum , Alvln and Gayety Theatres Open Day and Night . Home for White Bats , HOTEL PETTY 1005 Walnut Street , MoKEESPORT , PA . Phone 9073 McKeesport . Home for W . B . and A , A . A . $ 1 . 25 Single ! $ 1 . 00 Doable . IMPERIAL HOTEL CORKY , PA , Bates , $ 1 . 00 per day . Special attention to Whit * Bat * . J . E . KEPPEL , Proprietor . THE CLINTON And Annex 415 Peaa Ave . ( below Hotel Lincoln ) , 417 Pens Ave . Two block * from Alvia , Duqaesn * , Gayety and Lyceum Th . atrei . ( Horn * for White Bate . ) PITTSBURG , PA . JACKS Plrst-elass Bar and Restaurant attached . Corner Federal and Eri * Street , ( opposite K . ayoa Theatre ) , North Sid * , Pittsburg , Pa . Booms by ...
CHOOSERS DELIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
CHOOSERS DELIGHT By H . C . G . My Twenty Greatest Vodeville Teams evolved itself into a story of one team as follows : Man and Wife . Vode and Movies . Work and Loaf . More and Less . Forever and Ever . Down and Out . Half and Half . Off and On . Stand and Deliver . Before and After . Fuss and Feathers . Deaf and Dumb . Good and Tired . Through and Through . Pack and Go . Home and Mother . Kiss and Makeup . Over and Over . Over and Over . Etc . and Soforth . The magazine called Success has failed . What s in a name ? Choosers Delight is original and everyone s afraid to choose because they think it isn t . Lilliam Russell s new husband-to-be is named Alex . Moore . Came pretty near being Annex More . Now that the Mongolians are citizens of a Republic let s speak of the New China Set . A reformed burglar has joined the detective who was responsible for his capture in partnership . They are going into the Hook and Eye business . And if they put Chantecler in the motion pictures would...
NEWS OF THE ORDER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
NEWS OF THE ORDER Meeting Held , Tuesday Evening , January 2 The Cora Corson Youngblood Sextet serenaded those members that were in the club rooms at the birth of the New Year on returning from an engagement in a local theater . For this pretty greeting they were given a vote of thanks that will be sent them personally by the secretary . Brother Callahan made a request that any one not working , who would like to take part in a charity that would make them feel compensated greater than the largest salaried date theyve ever played , volunteer their services to sing and dance and tell stories to the inmates of the ward where Brother Hayes is speedily recovering on Blackwell s Island . A party of charitably inclined working people who get very small salaries tax themselves 10 per cent , weekly and visit this ward making little presents and entertaining to the best of their abilities . But Brother Hayes says no one can make them cheer up as can our own boys with their up-to-date stuff ....
FREDERIC THOMPSON ILL [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
FREDERIC THOMPSON ILL The active personal direction of rehearsals of The Fliers , by Frederic Thompson , the producer , have been interfered with for the time being by the illness of Mr . Thompson . Mr . Thompson was forced to take to his bed by an attack of neuritis . His physician expresses the belief that he will be able to be at work again within a few days .
CONTRIBUTORS' DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
CONTRIBUTORS DEPARTMENT DEAR CHOOSITOR : We got out of doing an extra show the other day by telling the manager our hands were dirty and it would show on the sheet . —Holden and LeClaire-Shadowgraphists . DEAR CHOOSITOR : We learn , by careful observation , that a door is not a door when it is ajar and an act is not an act when it is shut . —Toomer &amp; Hewins . DEAR CHOOSITER : Ve are in Dutch . Could you come in und push us oudt ? Ve asked a man if you vendt from Pencilvarious to Scovas Notion by rail or by bote , und he sedt Bote . How could ve vendt on der ground by bote ? —Clous &amp; Hoffman .
ITS VERY FIRST [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
ITS VERY FIRST PINE GROVE , Pa ., Jan . 1 . —This town has jumped into prominence by opening a moving picture theater for the first time last week . While nearly every hamlet , city and town in America has had one of these amusement places Pine Grove had its first movie opened last week . Owners of property had held sites on the Main street at such a high figure that none would take a chance . One enterprising speculator built a house on a side street and is coining money with the first .
A NOVEL GREETING [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
A NOVEL GREETING Nobody ever suspected that Harry T . Jordan , manager of Keith s theater , Philadelphia , had poetic tendencies until New Year s day when his friends received a novel greeting in a shape of a poem , which is claimed as original . Inasmuch as Harry s name is appended to the poem it is evidently from his pen . The greeting ran as follows : I got yer Christmus greetins By gum , it made me vain Ter know that all ye people Had remembered the Man from Maine . And I ve also thought of ye folks , With memories fond and dear , And I send yer each and every The hope of a glad New Year . Harry Thomas Jordan .
OUT OF VAUDEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
OUT OF VAUDEVILLE Stella Mayhew , Al . Jolson , Annette Kellerman , Kathleen Clifford , Mellville Ellis , Jose Collins , Frank Tinney , Billee Taylor , Clarence Harvey , Barney Bernard , Harry Piker and the Kaufman troupe are all lost to vaudeville for the present and are liable to remain away from the two-a-day for many moons , as the show af the Winter Garden , New York , is doing a splendid business . Much of the success of the enterprise can be traced to the efforts of these people , who from their long experience in vaudeville know how to satisfy the jaded appetite of amusement seekers .
GUS BACK AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
GUS BACK AGAIN Gus Sohlke , who had been in Chicago putting on Hanky Panky for Lew Fields , has returned to New York for an indefinite stay . He has been especially engaged to produce and stage the new productions for Weber &amp; Fields , which will be a feature on Broadway before many days , and will also make three new productions for the Shuberts at the Winter Garden . This will keep him out of mischief for many days to come . He has a number of acts in vaudeville , playing the U . B . O . and Orpheum time .
MORE NEW THEATERS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
MORE NEW THEATERS The rage for building new theaters still continues . From all parts of the country come reports of theaters being erected or new ones opening . Detroit , Mich ., is to have a new one , to be known as the Washington , and the work of construction has started . The Paris theater in Milwaukee is well under way and will shortly open . The Franklin Square theater in Washington , D . C , is rapidly nearing completion and the date of opening has been fixed for April 15 . The American theater , Phoebus , Va ., which was lately damaged by fire is . to be renovated at an expense of $ 6 , 000 . The Colonial theater , Lancaster , Pa ., will open in a week or two with Howard Doan as manager . Vaudeville will be played . The Empire theater , Richmond , Va ., opened last week with vaudeville , under the management of Ed . Lyons . The Lincoln theater , Jacksonville , Fla ., is now completed and playing vaudeville under the direction of Fred . D . Robb .
THIS IN KANKAKEE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
THIS IN KANKAKEE KANKAKEE , 111 ., Dec . &amp; . —lhe artists appearing at the Gaiety theater gave an entertainment at the State Hospital this afternoon which was received with delight by the inmates . Over 1 , 100 inmates enjoyed the show , and to show their appreciation of the endeavors of the artists the managers of the institution treated all to a _ dinner . The bill included Chas . Howison , whistler and mimic ; Franklin &amp; Davis , sketch team ; Lalor &amp; Mack , comedians ; The Francelias , jugglers . Frank Dunn , a professional , who is rapidly recuperating from an illness at this place , was delighted to meet the people who worked on the bill and sent his thanks to all people : who have been kind to him in the past .
Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 5 January 1912
CALIFORNIA . ¦ _ ,. ^ ¦ -. ; .WP5CONTINENTALHOTEL One Block From All Theatres F . P . SHANLEY 6 J . FURNESS White Rats HEADQUARTERS Proprietors 6 Mansion SAN FRANCISCO , CALIFORNIA . 3 S = __ PBr ~ y . ^ WASfHNGTON , D . C . T THE LINCOLN HOTEL 10— and H St * . N . W ., Washington , S . 0 . Bp * etel Bates to Th . atrleal Profession . * _ Bapj * B » iPJ » tsa na rooms , hath la donate room * . GEORGIA . JTrax OPENED , EVERYTHING SEW . BROADWATDOTEL Centrally located . Special Bate * to th . Prof ** al «_ . TH B . BROAD ST ., ATLANTA , GA . ^ WISCONSIN . ACME HOTEL ; . ifiACMK ^ HJKJEI / CO | j » , E . SELDER , Manager . rfU _ Sfep . A ^^^ BHr- ^ 8 tn ^ i , § ir— Banks Ave ., * f ^ Msr * M-3 *? SUPBJpOB , WIS , OKLAHOMA . New House la center of theatrical district . Steam Heated , Hot and Cold Running Water in all Rooms . Free Hot Baths on all floors . DOVERHOTEL V . B . PHILLIPS , BIgr . 3121 , 4 , 814 % North Broadway , Oklahoma City . White Rats Headquarters . Special Rates . rW %...