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NO GOOD , ONLY HARM , IN KNOCKING OTHER ACTS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
NO GOOD , ONLY HARM , IN KNOCKING OTHER ACTS THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS is pleased to know that there are artists in the profession who have the courage to express their views on conditions as they find them , regardless of . whether they - affect the manager or ttje , artist . Artists should take a lesson from the following letter and give thought to what they say about each other . This is not the first letter THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS has received on this subject . • ¦ It would be to the credit of those who indulge in this kind of talk to discon tinue it , for it does not dignify them or the business they represent . The letter follows : Jan . 17 , 1920 . THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS , New York City . Dear Sirs : May ( bother you for some Information ? You ve been a great .. help in this new business of get-together for all in the profession , and now I m going to ask you for an opinion . If your , opinion is - similar to mine , then , some people who think as I do , will know they are right and will ...
SEE WHAT SANTA BROUGHT ! [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
SEE WHAT SANTA BROUGHT ! The above is a snapshot of the Christmas Tree In the home of Fred Duprez in London , just received on this side . As usual Fred had his house full of American artists for the Holiday . Among those who assisted in the destruction of a 24-pound turkey-were : Julian Rose , Pierce &amp; Roslyn and Walter Allen and his sister , Kitty Donnelly , who are with Harry Green s sketch . You will note a copy of THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS on the tree . They all took turns in giving It the once over .
OVATION GIVEN BALLOONIST AT WM . FOX'S RIDGEWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
OVATION GIVEN BALLOONIST AT WM . FOXS RIDGEWOOD The 4 th Anniversary celebration at William Foxs Ridgewood Theatre in Brooklyn last week had a fitting climax when Lieut . Stephen A . Farrell , U . S . N ., of the Lost Balloonists fame , . and his family and a party of friends , including Mr . and Mrs . Francis P . Bent ,.. attended a special Welcome Home performance given in their honor by Manager Sanford P . ^ Whiting . The surprise of the evening was a Fox News reel- showing the trio of unfortunate balloonists returning from Hudson Bay after their perilous trip into the frozen wilds of Canada . So great was the enthusiasm which marked the screening of these exclusive pictures that it became necessary for the distinguished aeronaut to acknowledge the tumultuous applause . Ex-Al-derman Francis P . Bent briefly told of the trials and hardships experienced by the three airmen and then introduced ; Lieutenant Farrell , who in turn presented -Mrs ^ Farrell and their family . Vaudeville ...
SOME FAN , HIM [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
SOME FAN , HIM Harry Anger , of the well known - team of Anger &amp; Packer , deserves honorable mention . For let it -be known that Mr . Anger is the first follower of the Marquis of Queensbury pastime to apply for a ticket to the Carpentier-Dempsey contest , which is scheduled i for one of the late summer months . (?) Recently , Anger brought out his check book and his Waterman . He drew . a check for a healthy amount and registered an envelope to Jack Kearns , manager of the champion . In the missive , Anger said : Just put me-down for a seat , no matter where the . fight is held .. I do not care where I have • to sit , or if I have to stand . But , I must be among those present . That this is the first application for a seat to the big figh t is the belief of followers of the game .
LETTERS CONCERNING IMPROVED CONDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
LETTERS CONCERNING IMPROVED CONDITIONS Artists Who Have Grievances of Any Kind are I nvited to Write HOW ARTISTS CAN DO THEIR PART SAN JOSE , CAL ., Jan . 22 . Mr . E . F . Albee , New York City . Dear Sir : r In current issues of THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS , we read many wonderful eulogies to the managers who are making Vaudeville a pleasurable institution for the artist . There is another side to this story which has been sadly neglected in my opinion , and that is the co-operation of the artists with the managers , in supporting the good cause and enjoying the benefits derived from joining the N . V . A . . 1 wish to cite one instance in which the true contrast of the past and present are shown . At the Hippodrome Theatre in our city this week is Mr . Jimmy Lyons who is touring the Loew Circuit , and outside of the fact that he is making his living in Vaudeville , he is one of the great est mouthpieces of the N . V . A . touring the country today . If there are a few left in Vaudeville ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
TBE VAUIWENEVS Devoted exclusively to Vaudeville . and all those connected with same . PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH pu WEEK 1562 Broadway , New York City GLENN CONDON ... Editor FREE DISTRIBUTION The News is distributed free to artists , managers , theatre employees and all others connected with Vaudeville in the United States , Canada and throughout the world . If you find it impossible to obtain your copy through the theatres , write us and we will ? lace your name on a separate mailing list . Artists who do not find copies available each week In the theatres they play are urged to notify us , giving name and theatre and date . THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS Is the official organ of the National Vaudevlle Artists , Inc ., and the Vaudeville Managers Protective Association . Contributions of interest to the vaudeville world are solicited , but the full name and address of the correspondent should be appended . The name will be withheld from publication if request Is made . No attention will be pa...
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
EDITORIAL PROMOTION A few weeks ago the executive of a big motion picture concern called all of his district managers into the New York office and electrified them with three startling announcements . One was that the office of district manager ¦ was to be abolished . The second was that one of their number , a quiet little fellow from Chicago , was to be made general sales manager of the corporation . The third announcement affected a young chap from down in the southwest and he was the most surprised man in the room when he heard that he was to be made personal representative of the president of the concern . Asked later for an explanation of his two unexpected promotions the executive said : I caught those two men with the goods on . I ve been watching them . And what happened in that firm is happening in other firms all over the land every day in the year . Executives of big concerns invariably possess a rare ability to judge men . The employee who does a noteworthy deed and rus...
MORNING'S MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
MORNINGS MAIL SYRACUSE , N . Y . — Please allow me to thank the N . V . A . and Mr . W . D . Wegefarth , manager of B . F . Keiths Theatre , Syracuse , for their beautiful flowers during the illness of Mrs . Kennedy here . Mr , , Wegefarth and- his associates have been extremely kind and their thoughtfulness has-aided , Mrs . Kennedy to a speedy recovery .. JACK KENNEDY . BURNLEY , ENGLAND— Just a letter of appreciation for your bright little paper . I must say it is a wonderful idea for the N . V . A . to distribute amongst the artists THE NEWS , most interesting to him . All success to your paper and the N . V . A . HARRY SHIELS , V . A . F .. No . 2198 . . EDINBURGH ,. SCOTLAND— I can assure you it was a . treat to get THE VAUDEVILLENEWS and to know how much better conditions are becoming in the vaudeville business oyer home since I have been away , which is almost nine years . T hope to get back when I finish my . existing contracts in 1922 . Every success to the paper . BERT BA...
CHICAGO [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
CHICAGO By J . ALDRICH LIBBEY CHICAGO , ILL ., Feb .. 15 . The Academy Theatre here is one of the oldest in age , but still smacks of . class ; from the professional standpoint . Its manager , Mr . Joseph . Pilgrim , has held that position for many years . He is one of the most popular of theatre managers in Chicago . More power to him . . To , ¦ each and every attache of the theatre goes much credit for making , things comfortable : and pleasant for the artists . C . L . Carrell . of CarrelVs Agency , is still adding to his already long string . of theatres . . Mr . i Carrell s methods of doing business are founded on the old proverb of the Golden Rule . Pantages has a charm for actors , that acts as a talesman of good cheer and good luck . Personality is an individualism that- circulates like good blood ; through one s system . Personality- and Pantages seeni one and the same . This combination , has made his circuit the success it is today . Mr . J . L . Shipley , recently manage...
ORPHEUM BREEZES FROM LOS ANGELES [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
ORPHEUM BREEZES FROM LOS ANGELES By WM . H . CLINE LOS ANGELES , CAL February 15 . Harry Anger , who is amusing them at the Orpheum this week , is a nephew of Lou Anger , the former headliner . Lillian Price , sister of the wellknown Georgie , is becoming quite popular with the natives put here . Adelaide ; Winthrop was the- only one who showed signs of joy at the delayed rains that came last week . The reason is because Miss Winthrop hails from San Francisco .. She appreciates what rain means to California-. Owen McGiveny , who appeared at the Orpheum last week , is a native of Ireland . Of course his sympathies are with the Ould Sod where he was born ,: but his views are neutral . Where do Roy and Arthur . get all the chinaware they smash at every -performance ? is the-. question ¦ asked every day . With the high cost of dishes the female contingent out here are quite curious . Florenz Ames , of Ames &amp; Winthrop , got his name because his parents wanted a girl when h . ...
HELPFUL . HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
HELPFUL . HINTS The management of B . F . Keith s 81 st Street Theatre , in New York City , commemorated the birthday of Abraham Lincoln in a unique way during the week of Feb . . 7 th . Arthur L , Cogliser , who many years ago appeared in the legitimate , and who since 1918 has been on the staff of the 81 st Street Theatre , appeared all week in a prologue in conjunction with a sper cial Lincoln film , arid gave a remarkable interpretation of Lincoln both in make-up and . speech . The characterization of the Emancipator was wonderful . Mr .. Cogiiser s renT dition of the Gettysburg . Address thrilled the patrons of the £ heatre , many of whom sent letters of commendation to both Mr . Cogliser and the management for the unexpected treat .
MICHIGAN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
MICHIGAN By ARTHUR A . FRUDENFELD BATTLE CREEK , MICH ., February 15 . When the Strand-Arcade Theatre , Lansing , Michigan , opens early in April , Roy . Tillson , for the past two years manager of the Regent , Kalamazoo , will be in charge . The Lansing house , which has been under construction more than a year , will be one of the most ornate in the middle west and represents an investment of more than $ 600 , 000 . W . S . Butterfield , who recently acquired the Majestic Theatre , Port Huron , Michigan , opened that playhouse with a &lt; combination policy of vaudeville and t feature picture , Thursday , Februa ry 4 th . The town has been without vaudeville for several years and the ¦ reception accorded the inaugural bill was most flattering . Ralph Thayer , formerly manager of the Majestic Theatre , Detroit , is now in charge of the Butterfield Orpheum Theatre , at Jackson , Michigan . At Battle Creek , Bijou Theatre , H . C . McCourt has succeeded J . H . Hughes .
WHAT ARTISTS SAY ABOUT THE NEW ERA IN VAUDEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
WHAT ARTISTS SAY ABOUT THE NEW ERA IN VAUDEVILLE HARRY JACKSON I had the pleasure of playing for Manager Gordon Wrighter , of Polls Theatre in Springfield , Mass ., recently . During the engagement I lost a pair of spectacles . A small item , I admit , but the big part of the story is the following : Mr . Wrighter took up the search for njy lost specs after I had left the town and not only ran down the culprit , but sent me in cash the value of the missing article . In my opinion , that is a specific instance of an improved condition . It proved to me that manager and artist are anxious to cement good will . With all of his daily routine ahead of him , Mr . Wrighter found time to investigate my case . NELLA WALKER CLARKE Though I am no longer connected with the profession , I still retain my membership in the N . V . A . I call now and then at the Club to enjoy resting in the luxurious retiring room . I thirik that the atmosphere of the club is very refined and restful . The furnish...
PERSONALITIES [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
PERSONALITIES Bessie Leonard , The Doughboy Girl , and Edmund J . Porray , entertained for the Veterans of For eign Wars while playing Binghamton , N „ Y ., last week . They are now honorary members of Richard J .. Hoyt Post No . 478 . Manager Howell , of the Colonial Theatre , Lancaster , Pa ., inquires through the columns of the Exam-iner-New Era of that city why no mention is being made of the Ward Sisters in connection with all the publicity Johnny Coulon is getting in Paris because of his ability to prevent anyone from lifting him off the floor . The younger of the sisters is Resista , who has been doing exactly the same feat as Coulon is credited with doing , for a number of years and who is-well-known in vaudeville . Annie Abbott , The Georgia Magnet , who originated this type of act about 15 years ago ; has come back into vaudevilleas a result of the Coulon revival . Jack Hart , of Hart , Wagner &amp; Eltis , says there was a near-riot at the Orpheum Theatre in Sioux...
R E G ULARS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
R E G ULARS John Rigney has been stage carpenter of the Royal Theatre , New York City , since its inception . Well , said John , to a VAUDEVILLE NEWS reporter , I dont know that I am so regular , I have my faults , too , you know . I just try to do the right thing by everybody . Artists have been my study . I guess it is because I like em . Many years before I started to work for Percy Williams , and that was over 15 years ago , I traveled on the road with shows myself . The hard knocks I had was enough to make me realize that the actors i who play here have the same rebuffs I experienced . The chap I feel sorry for is the one who shows up grouchy after a long jump . He is the one who must be humored with a smile and we try to show a willingness to lend him a hand . All of my men are regular guys , too . If you are going to say a little something about me , don t forget to say _ that my boys give me every assistance in making things pleasant for the artists . But listen , don t say ...
Hit ifbmarurat [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 1921
Hit ifbmarurat BERT LA MONT Bert La Mant , for many years well known on both sides of the Atlantic for his beautiful voice , and who later became a successful author , producer and booking agent , died at his home in Kansas City , Mo ., February 13 th . A wife and daughter survive him . He was the owner of Bert La Monts CowboyJMinstrels . MARY RYAN RICHFIELD Mary Ryan Richfield , who was a member of the popular team of Ryan &amp; Richfield many years ago , died February 11 th . Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetary , Brooklyn , N . Y ., on February 15 th .
LOST MAIL DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 18 February 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 w ; ll be held four weeks after publication and then sent to the Dead Letter Office at Washington . DO NOT WRITE THE N . V . A . FOR MAIL LISTED IN THIS DEPARTMENT . ADDRESS THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS , 1562 BROADWAY , NEW YORK CITY . Enclose self-addressed and stamped envelope . Abrams , George Adioits . The Allen , Mr . Carl Alien , Mr . &amp; Mrs Searl Attab , Mr . Hamid Anderson &amp; Yvel Andre &amp; Poole s Mystic Musi Cal Girls Apollo , Mr . Will _ Arcinapura , Mr . D . Arco , Mr . O . Arlington , Billy Armstrong , Harry . Armstrong , Mr . J . Curtis Ashley , Mr . J . L . Ashton , Mr . Bob Antrim , Harry Barroni Miss Margaret Beckett , Horace Bennett , Edner Bennett , Mr . Chas . Bergere , Miss Valerie Black , Mr . Johnny S . Black , White &amp; Useless , Mgr . Blandy , ...