Elephind.com contains 16,627 items from Player
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
Who Is the Most Popular Member of the Associated Actresses of America ? The campaign which will establish this reigning favorite in the eyes of the theatrical people and their , friends is on . Whether the strenuous Theodore does , or does not , shie his castor into the ring for another term in the governmental President s chair , makes but little difference in the mimic world behind the footlights . Interest in a more important campaign should absorb the- attention of every theatrical performer , male or female , who owes allegiance to the cause of the White Rats Actors Union—and their name is legion in these progressive days when organization to treat with organi- . zation is such an apparent necessity . Details for the conduct of the Popularity Contest for the purpose of raising money for the White Rats Building Charity Fund have been completed . . Already there are in the field for the handsome prize of a life membership in the Associated Actresses of America and the more , impo...
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS . The Three Leightons , who produced a new act on the Orpheum Circuit , are now in the East , and will give the first showing of that act in New York on Jan . 22 . Will H . Murphy , Blanche Nichols &amp; Co ., spent the holidays at their home in Syracuse , N . Y ., and resumed their tour this week in Toledo , O . Of course they are presenting that evergreen success , From Zaza to Uncle Tom . Vick and May Harvey opened on another tour of the Hodkins time at Atlanta , Ga ., on Jan . 8 . This is their third engagement at that house within seven-months . Burt Shepard , the Australian whip expert , was notified by cable , while playing at Fall River , Mass ., that his wife had given birth to a bouncing baby girl . His wife is in England . She is known professionally as Daisy Waratah . The Family theater , in Cincinnati , O ., which has been playing pictures exclusively , may resume vaudeville in a short time . The American theater , which was its strongest opposi...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
LOOK . K o . W M « 2 P M 0 BE ACT . SNOBERT MUSICAL QUARTETTE Formerly Shubert Trio . We play ana sing and step a bit—Our act It always makes a hit . PLAYING VAUDEVILLE . Address PLAYER . OPENING BEL Pantages New Frisco Theatre A . —TELLNOTTE MROUPE B . BOLL SERNS C—FOUNT THE CIRST D . DETHOUGHERTYS F—MATES TOTORING r-DAVE NOWUN THE MAN WITH THE FLEXIBLE VOICE G . — SING STREXTETTE Who Has the Hard Spot ? Dave is Coming East in March WHITE PHOTO BOSTON Baal Frofeealenal Metes far Ptsfesslsaal resale . ^^ OCT flia Mar . SKETCHES ffSSS fat vaudaviUa people . San bits . Laweat rataa . AUTHOR , iel B . VDTXH ST ., PB-LA . MAISON LOUIS 1560 BROADWAY Specialist In Wigja and Totspees Transformation . ALL THEATRICAL WIGS . Private roams far Hairdrassi-c and Coloring . I Al WARDA ,.: Ik laj-Wt anus * b W tares II HETSEYUUV -White RatsTransfer ; StorageCo . Special rates to the profession for hauling trunks , scenery and storing . We buy and tell second-hand scenery , trunks and electric stag...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
^ ^ ^ ^ Fop STA 8 E MAKE-UP or Street Use m ^^ CHERRYOLA &lt;«¦•—- ^ LW ^ K ^ m J ForLipSCr Cheeks , a perfect blood color ^ GSSS ^ r The HESS CO .. Mfrs . Stage Make-Up ^^» aaS » W ^ ROCHESTER , N . Y . a __ -a » i i _»—x ^ r-a— - -- ---- ¦_ =-. &gt; v E-ai—iC--l- * l lv __/ I * «_¦ * * v _ saii ™^ . _ » *^ . I— - * r ^ n ^* 9 Bepreduoed from your awn photos aa coed , or better than the original . Band for samples aad price list . C . F . GAIRING tkX CO . 128 N . J »* Salle Street . Chicago That iVatideville Author Louis Chevalier * - REGULAR WRITER OF BEAL MATERIAL . Here s a few for whom I have written and who will tell yon that my material la Right — The . Brownings , Ohas . Leonard Fletcher , Marron te Hines , Smith &amp; Champion , La Tine as Inman , Gets aV Miner , McAvoy * Brooks , Cross * Mays , The Harveys , Dorothea M . Hall , Coleman at Franoea , Winrow te Benard , Haney lb Lens ; , Bruce ft Calvert , Davis * Hedge , Harry R . Brown , AMD MAST OTH...
CHOOSERS DELIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
CHOOSERS DELIGHT By H . C . G . I joined a Philadelphia club , The Water Wagon Lodge . We took a trip this New Year On a water-wagon barge . Way down on the Ohio , How it made me sigh—Oh ! When I thought of all the little cafe checks that I owe . Pass word it was H „ 0 . I couldnt forget that ; But once when I got off the barge I saw they had me flat ; Had given me the slip , Because I lost my grip And now I m back again so let er rip . CHORUS I stayed on until we struck Louisville . I never liked Kentucky , in that State Im not lucky , So I m now full back in Phil . Let me give you a tip ,, betwixt the cup and lip , Dont sit up there a-braggin when you re on the water-wagon , Cause you might forget the grip . A famous aviator says he will quit flying . Many have thought of this before but not while on terra-firma . The two girls in Kismet that enter , supposedly nude , a pool of water on the stage , never had a dress rehearsal . A rube looked at a string of taxi , lined up before a...
HARRY LAUDER LAMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
HARRY LAUDER LAMENTS Harry Lauder has allowed himself to be interviewed since he returned from America . He says some mighty nice things about his tour in this country , and incidentally shows that he has a grouch against England . In his interview he said : I much prefer American managers .. At home they want to take everything and give nothing . English managers never believe my doctor s certificate , but send down their own medical man to see if I am shamming . Some of these managers have made fortunes out of me , but if they meet me on the street they never say Good evening , glad to see you . I have found things better in America , but you see I had the advantage of going there as a free agent I have had paid to me in America $ 2 , 750 a week , but I have had my own expenses to pay out of that . In England they think I am making a lot of money out of them , but I am making nothing . I have been off ten weeks from England to fulfill this American engagement , and I had to pay th...
SHUBERTS REDUCE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
SHUBERTS REDUCE The Shubert Brothers are now trying the policy of reduced prices at many of their theaters through the country and if successful , in the cities where it is now being tried , will continue the same cut in their houses all through the country . In St . Louis the evening prices at the Garrick theater have been reduced to one dollar for best seats and a flat rate of fifty cents adopted for matinees . Overnight , the first company to play at the new prices , did an enormous business and it looks as if the reduction would be permanent . The claim is made that the opposition from vaudeville and picture houses , at small rates of admission , has so cut into the business of the big theaters that some radical change was necessary .
NEW HEALTH FAD [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
NEW HEALTH FAD PARIS , Jan . 8 . —An actress in this city has caused a sensation by stating that she has regained her health and secured a perfect supple figure by a new idea . She states that every morning her maid tears newspapers into thousands of small fragments and scatters them over her apartment . The actress then takes her morning exercise by picking up the pieces , one by one . These stooping movements she claims gives . every muscle action and result in perfect suppleness of the figure with consequent perfect lines .
GOES CRAZY OVER GABY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
GOES CRAZY OVER GABY Because among other strange things he thought Gaby Deslys , alleged charmer of royalty , was madly in love with him , Ellmore Murphy , a Cornell College graduate living in New Rochelle , was committed to the New York State Hospital at Poughkeepsie .
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
1861 12 The Cream that made France Famous CremeSimon Absolutely unrivalled for the care of the skin ¦ Prescribed by physicians for its skin-healing properties A Skin Food A Flesh Whitener A Complexion Refiner Its dainty patrons are legion and if you are not familiar with CREMESIMON you owe it to yourself to at least TRY ONE JAR All druggists and dry goods stores can supply it at 50 c , 75 c . and $ 1 . 00 . Poudre Simon— exquisite face powder , white , flesh , pink . or brunette—in Violette , Heliotrope or Marechal Odors ; 75 cents a large box . Savon Simon—hygenic soap completes the treatment—the three are known as the American Beauty s Trio . Dainty S * mpte of Cream Somp or Powder sent upon receipt oftOcts . Maurice Levy 3 East 17 th St . New York SoU V . S . Agent WANTED AT ONCE A Good Performer for well-known Acrobatic Act Must b « Bearer , Thrower , and do Little Catching Address to E . M ., 640 Care THE PLAYER DOC LOOMS I WIRE ME AT ONCE I PEARL TANGLEYI IWMTIHTS Cf 1 IHDU ¦ ...
GOLDEN OPINIONS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
GOLDEN OPINIONS By GEO . FULLER GOLDEN Speaking of your anniversay number of THE PLAYER one thing was particularly noticeable which lifted it far over and far above all its cof 46 ? poraries : that was the spirit of brotherly-love which is so abundantly manifested . , . , . r n t It is in this spirit alone that a man may be truly superior to his fellows ot earth and it will always be manifested in the expression of his work . _ _ In sensation we may be all kindred of Old Adam or of Darwin s missing link ; take your choice . But those of us who have learned to love are truly brothers indeed . . ... . . , c -n . Whenever I see a man whose actions are all harmonious and whose laitn seems to radiate the light of heaven on earth and whose voice is sweet with sympathy I always feel as if I am in the presence of a king whose progenitors loved each other with a pure and holy devotion . „ .. . . , , . There is only one royal family on earth after all ; it is comprised of the children of love...
THANKS ON FOUNDER'S BEHALF [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
THANKS ON FOUNDERS BEHALF Writing from San Francisco , Bob Cunningham has requested the publication of the following : I wish to thank the ladies and gentlemen who so kindly subscribed for the purchasing of an automobile which was recently presented to our beloved , founder and first Big Chief , George Fuller Golden . The machine is an absolute necessity for the benefit of Mr . Golden s health , as his physician has given him strict orders to be constantly in the open . He rides from fifty to sixty miles a day—in fact , he almost lives in the machine , and I wish to state that it has been a great help to him thus far , as he is able to enjoy the fresh air at the nearby beaches . I would like to mention that the machine is self-supporting , through being out on hire . There is a card posted in every theater in Los Angeles , giving full information relative to engaging same , and in that manner a revenue is derived which pays the running expenses of the automobile . I am carrying back...
CLIFF'S BUSY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
CLIFFS BUSY WEEK CINCINNATI , Ohio , Jan . 6 . —Last week will long be remembered by Cliff Gordon , who was billed at Keith s theater here for that week . His social engagements kept him so busy that he hardly had time to get to the theater in time to do his turn . Christmas day he enjoyed a huge dinner with his old pal Matt Glaser , and on the following evening : Hon . Frank Gusweiler gave him another banquet . On Wednesday evening Mr . Gordon gave a banquet and theater party to Mr . and Mrs . Matt Glaser and Hon . Frank Gusweiler . On Thursday evening he was tendered a banquet at the Country Club by Fred . B . Salmar , and on Friday there was a stag dinner tendered to him by a number of friends . On Saturday evening another big feed was tendered to him , and on Sunday afternoon a long procession of automobiles took him and his friends to the depot .
LITTLE SNOWFLAKE DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
LITTLE SNOWFLAKE DEAD INDIANAPOLIS , Ind ., Jan . 8 . —Professor William Bristol , owner of the big equine act known as Bristol s Ponies , sustained a severe loss , here last week _ in the sudden death of one of his ponies . The animal was known as Little Snowflake , and had been with the company for a number of years and was a great favorite with vaudeville people . It was a pure white pony and possessed intelligence far beyond the ordinary .
ISHPEMING VAUDEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
ISHPEMING VAUDEVILLE ISHPEMING , Mich ., Jan . 8 . —Dr . W . J . Pastorate , of St Paul , Minn ., has arranged to play vaudeville at the Ishpeming theater on all nights on which combinations are not booked . He also has the same arrangement with the Marquette opera house . George H . Webster will furnish the people .
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
| FIRMS FOR ARTISTS TO PATRONIZE \ . _ ¦ jsa . mm asaj §¦ ¦ Hsndsoma Casket , Bex , Rake , BaaDargeon s $ 75 Funeral -- i ^ - ^ Jr- • atlsf action guaranteed . SB jeare la Harfaarv fhaaaf With St . aad Asnataraaaa Ava . AND AT StsadaMTaartJaTdramatle prafaaalea . aWnSSTy fafO , 7 lu at . . a . Saaaaal Ava , New Yatfc REMBRANDTS STUDIO Maker ot * Fin « Theatrical Photoa 21 E . JACKSON BOULEVARD , CHICAGO , ILL . Special rates te profsssional people wanting photos In 100 lots or mora . Phone Harrison 14 l » . DISTINCTIVE PRESS MATTER ^ __ ^ Literary matter lntelll-yiS-fiSiSx gently prepared by exA 3 MI |||) K » V _ perts for booklets , HiBgnmnSnHefiBaB pbampbleta , or publicaJ ! 0 §|§ BjSS 9 S 9 HS tlon la periodicals of ^^^ SHUlsW / United States , Canada vSKK or Europe . Indlrldaal —S 5 ^ and efficient aervlce for Dramatic , Vaudeville and Uaslcal Artists . Recommended by press and artists . DIXIE HINES . HO . HK Broadway , HEW YORK CITY ATTRACTIVE LETTERHEADS A neatly printed profe...