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LOST MAIL DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 28 January 1921
LOST MAIL DEPARTMENT Mail is listed here only after every effort has been made to deliver same by theatres , booking offices and the N . V . A . No letter is listed more than once and L . ; il be held four weeks after publication and then sent to the Dead Letter Office ! t Washington . DO NOT WRITE THE N . V . A . FOR MAIL LISTED IN THIS DEPARTMENT . ADDRESS THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS , 1562 BROADWAY , NEW YORK CITY . Adair , Miss Jean 1 Adler , Miss Lolya ^ %££ ALT H ) 3 Jton &amp; Allen Andrews , Bert Andrews , Fred Andrews , Mr . W . D . Audrey , Miss Mae Apollo Trio Armstrong , D . S . Austin , Claude Ball , Foster . Babtette , Mtss Barbier , Miss Emily Barbier , Mr . Jack Bamett , Joe Barry &amp; Whit-ledge Barsby , Mr . Jack Beck , Mr . Wilbur &amp; Frozer Beeman , Mr . Earle W . Bell . Miss Billie ( Care Bothwell Browne Co . ) Belmont , Lulu &amp; Ralf Bennett , Miss Bellie Benson , Mr . &amp; Mrs . Frank Benton , Fremont Berg , Miss Irene Ber...
"LOEW-LYONS" 1 | A GOOD N . V . A- [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 28 January 1921
LOEW-LYONS 1 | A GOOD N . V . A- By JIMMY LYONS SAN FRANCISCO , CAL ., Jan . 13 . . The Loew- circuit has three houses here , namely , The Casino , Hippodrome and Wigwam . The two former are week stands while the latter is a split . As a rule the even show plays the Hip . It is here that the acts get the balance of their routes , same being given them on Wednesday by Mrs ; Weston , at the Loew A . &amp; H . office in- the Circuit building . The shows are broken- up here , but not for more than two weeks , getting together again in Modesto . Not all acts play Oakland , as- only three are used . Incidentally , the acts that play the Casino have no Monday matinee , the house being used by the Will King company for rehearsal . King and his company are asbig an attraction , anu doing as * well as- ever . It is the last word in musical tabs ; Mustsay-a word about Mr . Morris , resident . manager- of . the Hip . He spends 1 more time back stage looking after the comfort of the arti...
N. V. A. [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 28 January 1921
N. V. A. NOTES William J . Sullivan , Master v of Ceremonies at the popular Sunday evening Bohemian Nights , had promised something unusual for Sunday , January 16 , and the members took him at his word , for when he stepped in front of the curtain to make the opening announcement , he gazed upon as large a gathering as was ever seated in the spacious dining room . Every inch of space was utilized and many others stood fifteen deep in the six large entrances downstairs and up . The surprise came when he announced that it was Gus Edwards Protege Night . He paid a glowing tribute to Edwards , and when the latter came on he stood for several minutes , unable to speak on account of the tremendous reception accorded him . Many of his former proteges , who have reached the goal of individual stardom , were on hand to pay their respects to Gus and the N . V . A . by appearing on the program . Others wired their regrets . And to cap an evening that will live long in vaudeville annals , the ...
"BROADWAY HEARSAY " [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 28 January 1921
BROADWAY HEARSAY By WALTER WINCHELL HERE , KITTY , KITTY Mister Hearsay , promise please , you will set my friends at ease . My ami is better , I m no moaner ; Yours Sincerely , KITTY DONER . BERT LEVY SAYS : Many a cold fact is brought out in a heated disucssion . SUCCESS 1 Ethel Hallor and Herbert Hoey , of the Ziegfeld Frolic , have a new vehicle in preparation from the pen of Wm . B . Friedlander . HEH , HEH , HEH I wouldn t stand for that if I were you , advised Ted Healey . Why don t you call him for it ? Thass jus whatll do , answered the bluffer ( who knows when NOT to ) where is your telephone ? OUR WEEKLY SPECIALS Perhaps Persons Who Are StuckUp Are Adhering To The GLUE Laws . The Hip With The Flask Wins ! NEW MATERIAL DEPT Secretary Henry Chesterfield , of the N . V . A ., tells this one : The teacher told the class _ that a planet was something we lived on . She asked Rastus if he could name another planet . Rastus replied : Teecher , . mah grandfather , he whuz a planet...
WIMMHvT ^ l [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 28 January 1921
WIMMHvT ^ l By Y . Y . Y . Now , aren t the girls in Gus Edwards act just about as pretty j bevy of beauties as you ever saw in one revue ? They are talented , and refined , too . We know cause we met them at the club the night they all became members—22 of the 25 people in the act making application for membership the same day . Olga Cook , from the Winter Garden , was attractively gowned when we saw her at the N . V . A . She wore a black lace gown , with hat , slippers and hose of silver . For an encore she sang one of the first numbers she ever did on the stage—when with Gus Edwards . Karyl Norman probably has appeared on the N . V . A . stage more times than any other artist . Each time he has a new wardrobe . Two weeks ago he wore a dark red creation , trimmed with fur . And how he can wear clothes ! Katherine Arnold s imitation of Frances White is as cute as it can be . She has a clever accompanist and the two of them put over genuine harmony . Dorothy Edwards has a typical c...
WITH THE JUNIOR N . V . A . 'S [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 28 January 1921
WITH THE JUNIOR N . V . A . S This Is Baby Frances , who belongs to Pauline &amp; Frances . She Is 2 &lt; / 2 years old and was born in Providence , R . I ., In a theatrical atmosphere . Her great uncle was Adam Forepai / gh . On last Christmas Day this little N . V . A . entertained at Plalnfleld , N . J ., at a matinee given by the B . P . O . Elks for 2 , 000 children . She sang Daddy and danced for the youngsters . Needless to say , she likes the stage and has her eyes set on a great professional career .
LIEUT . FARRELL VISITS N . V . A . CLUB AND TELLS MEMBERS STORY OF BALLOON FLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 February 1921
LIEUT . FARRELL VISITS N . V . A . CLUB AND TELLS MEMBERS STORY OF BALLOON FLIGHT Lieutenant Farrell , U S . N ., who became world-famous through the epochal balloon trip he made with Lieutenants Kloor and Hinton into Canada , last month , was a guest at the N . V . A . Club , with his wife , on Sunday night , December 12 th . The next day he started his perilous journey . Three days later he and his companions were lost , in the Primeaval forests on Hudson Bay , far from civilization . Last Sunday night , the Lieutenant was again ; a guest at the Club at its Bohemian Night entertainment . His host was ex-Alderman Francis P . Bent . Master of Ceremonies W . J . Sullivan introduced Mr . Bent , who in turn Presented Lieutenant Farrell to the assemblage . The latter received a great ovation , to which he responded by reciting the . story of the balloon flight , the adventures of the aviators in Canada , and their return to New York . Mayor Hylan was to have been at the Club with the Be...
VAUDEVILLE EXPANSION ANNOUNCED IN CHICAGO [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 February 1921
VAUDEVILLE EXPANSION ANNOUNCED IN CHICAGO ( Special to THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS ) CHICAGO , ILL ., JAN . 31 , 1921 . The most encouraging news to artists right now is any announce ment of new theatres for vaudeville . New theatres mean more work . Jones , Linick &amp; Schaefer broke ; grpund today for their new Roseland Theatre , at 110 th Street and Michigan Avenue . It will have 3 ; 000 seats rand will play Loew vaudeville . This is the first of four new ; outlying theatres to be built this year by Jones , Linick &amp; Schaeffer in Chicago for vaudeville purposes . The same firm has also acquired the Alcazar , Rose and Boston Theatres ,. formerly owned by Harry Moir . George H . Moore , manager of the Orpheum Theatre for ten years , will become manager of the three new houses . He will also have charge of the Lyric Theatre . George Burdick joins the - staff of Norman E . Field , general manager for Jones , Linick &amp; Schaeffer , as his chief assistant and trea...
RAILROADS FURNISH EACH BAGGAGE AGENT WITH COPY OF NEW VAUDEVILLE LABEL [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 February 1921
RAILROADS FURNISH EACH BAGGAGE AGENT WITH COPY OF NEW VAUDEVILLE LABEL ERIE RAILROAD COMPANY 50 Church Street , New York City Mr . E .. F . Albee , President , January 20 , 1921 . B . F . Keith Circuit , 1564 Broadway , New York City . Dear Sir : Referring to your recent letter addressed to Mr . Underwood , relative to the handling of baggage for vaudeville artists : Would- appreciate it if you will forward additional supply of 100 pasters wheh are to be used on this baggage , so same may be forwarded to our Baggage Agents for necessary attention . Yours truly , ( Signed ) CO . ECKELS , Superintendent of Transportation . NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES G . H . Ingalls , Vice-President Mr . E . F . Albee , President , New York , January 20 * 1921 . B . F . Keith Circuit of Theatres , 1564 Broadway , New York City . Dear Mr . Albee : Your letter January 5 th , to Mr . A . H . Smith , President , concerning the handling of vaudeville artists baggage : Under date of December 21 st , our General ...
N . V . A . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LAST WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 February 1921
N . V . A . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LAST WEEK NAME Gladys Martin Geo . Clark Jerry Corwey Walter Hastings F . Karasck Ernestine Cam L . F . Corradinl George S . Frederlcl Arthur Kretlow Elsie W . Lombard Mrs . Ed . L-owry Ona Munson Buhla Pearl W . A . Buckley Donald S . Fraser May Homer PROPOSER Felix Hermann Dollie Thorton F . W . Jackson Billy Beard F . W . Jackson Frank DAmore James JE . Coatta kLarry Lee Horace Goldin Frank H . Lombard Ed . Lowry Mabel Percival Miss May Wilton Edward F . Mulcahy Russell Johnstone Lee Barth NAME Maude Homer Edward M . Klein Alice Remsen Don Valentine Herb Larimer Estele Sully Harold Van Alstyi Dick Richeson Frank Peck Irene Albeasco Carlton Chase Paul Earle Paul Hall Lew Harris Hlte PROPOSER Lee Barth Henry Chesterfield Henry Bollit Leo Carrillo Ed . E . Ford Helen Texas Walker neLarry Lee J ack Mclntyre L . L . Reed David S . Hall Kathryn LaVelle F . H . Corbett George Hall Murray Harris Al Friend
BON VOYAGE TO LOEW BOOKING EXECUTIVE [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 February 1921
BON VOYAGE TO LOEW BOOKING EXECUTIVE Mr . J . H . Lubin , general booking manager of the Marcus Loew Circuit , snapped on board the S . S . Imperator , January 20 th . Mr . and Mrs . Lubin are shown in the picture receiving a farewell handshake from a representative of the VAUDEVILLE NEWS , Just prior to their sailing for Europe , where they are now enjoying their first vacation In a long time . Mr . Lubin has been one of the most enthusiastic supporters of the principles of the V . M . P . A . and N . V . A . They are expected home February 18 th .
HOWARD AND DOOLEY FIRST LIFE MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 February 1921
HOWARD AND DOOLEY FIRST LIFE MEMBERS Joseph E . Howard is the first N . V . A . member to purchase a life membership . As soon as the announcement of the establishment r such a membership had been made Mr . Howard sent to Secretary Henry Chesterfield his check for $ 200 with a request for Card No . I . Club Manager , John L . Hurlburt secured the life membership application of J . Francis Dooley ( Dooley &amp; Sales ) and thought it was the first one , but he came under the wire a- few hours behind Mr . Howard . Messrs . Howard and Dooley expressed the opinion that a life membership in the N . V . A . at $ 200 was the biggest bargain they ever heard of , even if there was no $ 1 , 000 life insurance with it , but when the insurance is taken into consideration , it becomes the biggest value for the money in the history of the world . Wholl be next ?
' VAN' AND HIS MULE ARE BACK IN HARNESS AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 February 1921
VAN AND HIS MULE ARE BACK IN HARNESS AGAIN Recently S . L . Harris , a reviewer for the New York Star , was assigned to cover the bill at a certain big time house in New York City . And the think that struck him most forcibly was the come back of Van Cleve , loner a well-known figure in vaudeville , but who had a long lay-off on account of illness last year . The case of Van Cleve is one of many like it that are recorded in the annals of the N . V . A ., but it isnt very often that they get into print . Harris devoted his whole review of that show to Van Cleve and his Mule . After reciting the circumstances of the death of Van Cleve s lifelong partner and helpmate and the subsequent lengthy siege at Saranac Lake , the reviewer wrote as follows : The N . V . A . saw to it that Van wanted nothing and with his mule as a pal he won back his health and came back to town . Could he get work ? Well , we should say so and he did . He is now working hard to prove his gratitude for his organi...
THESE QUOTATIONS USED ON THREE-SHEETS MAKE GOOD EDUCATIONS PROGRAM FOR VAUDEVILLE J [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 February 1921
THESE QUOTATIONS USED ON THREE-SHEETS MAKE GOOD EDUCATIONS PROGRAM FOR VAUDEVILLE J The quotations below have been used by manager W . D . Wegefarth of B . F . Keith s Theatre , Syracuse , N . Y ., as part of a constructive educational program . They can be used on slides , in ads or as posters . - ,,, „ ,,.,.,, „ , , , „ , , , , , , , , , , „ , , , M . , . mmm . , m . m . ^ . , , » , , . « . . « lll ^ i miii in i i iiiiiiituiuuui % iivii uniimmMi ¦ ¦ mN ¦«¦¦¦ -. » ¦ - ¦
ANNUAL MEETING OF MANAGERS MARCH 18 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 February 1921
ANNUAL MEETING OF MANAGERS MARCH 18 The annual meeting of the Vaudeville Managers Protective Association will be held Friday , March 18 , at the Hotel Plaza , New York City . About 500 managers , representing every section of the United States and Canada , will attend the dinner at the Plaza . The principal topic of discussion this year will be the second annual National Vaudeville Artists Day , to be held probably in April . The managers voted unanimously in favor of this annual benefit , at their meeting here last year , and the first benefit was held shortly thereafter . It is out of the fund thus created that the N . V . A . insurance is being paid and the benefit this year , when all theatres will donate their gross matinee receipts for one day , should augment the fund considerably .
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N . V . A . SPORT 1 TUS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 February 1921
N . V . A . SPORT 1 TUS 1 - ^ DRIVES &amp; PUTTS | i y CHARLES LEONARD FLETCHER \ Ve N . V . A . golfers when on the road are the . recipients of many courtesies from the officials of country clubs , and it behooves us to watch our step , that we may avoid getting ourselves in bad . May we suggest the following fatherly admonitions for the benefit of the younger set : Never criticize a golf course , unless it be your home club . Dont refer to any links as the worst you were ever on , even if they are full of cuppy lies and studded with traps and hazards that seem to you to be placed with poor judgment . Don t knock the greens notwithstanding you have to putt with a mashie . Remember , if you are really a good player you should be capable of playing well under any and all conditions . Familiarize yourself with all the rules of the game , and most important of all be sure you know the etiquette of golf . One little slip in violating any of the unwritten laws , and you will for...