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HAVE LABEL PAINTED ON TRUNKS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
HAVE LABEL PAINTED ON TRUNKS LOEW S THEATRE HAMILTON ^ O NT . ; January 22 , 1921 . Editor , THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS , New York City , DEAR SIR : The N . V . A . pasters are a wonderful idea for quick service , but owing to the damp weather , ours came off the first trip . We have had an exact duplicate painted on the top of the trunks , near the handle , where the baggage check is tied on .. It is a small expense and well worth the trouble , for it is permanent . Suggestingly yours , . VARDON - &amp; PERRY .
WHAT ARTISTS SAY ABOUT THE NEW ERA IN VAUDEVlLlT [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
WHAT ARTISTS SAY ABOUT THE NEW ERA IN VAUDEVlLlT JACK OSTERMAN I h ; r . ]•! - *&gt; r . J a ^ rsl many theatres 111 the I &gt; , \ and base enjoyed . * 1 1 at mg 1 . ri ., rr appreciative audirl ; i ( , but 1 base never met a more ¦ ¦¦ tigruial crowd than the liohcniian Nit- htrrs who gather (•&gt; make merry 4 ! the N . V A . II wa » a great Ilrauitc and honor In appear Ulcifr ilirir royal majesties recently , I only trust lliry enjoyed me as mil ; h as 1 enjoyed them . We base l * -cn given a wonderful in- % lilnli &lt; n . 1 . for one . am Ktjtrtul in llx . br- nh &lt;&gt; made il possible . I always carry llircr things with nir . The ) arr . My mother s photo , my father s photo am ! my . V V . A rani . I ihrr ish thrm a * my greatest [ tmvessiom in life MAE VAN CELLO Oi all lllr main things the nun- . igers h . ivr (! uijr to make cotiditiims pleasant in satides illc , I think llir latest innovation . ! ii baggage stickers , arr ...
PERSONALITIES [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
PERSONALITIES Tile Stale of Oklahoma is getting a great deal of permanent lulling in tlic show world , what with Will Isomers . Al Jennings , ( Iklalnma Huh Albright , et reteia . Now come isso girls , I * ti - man ft I Mdsmith . who recent !) • ¦ I « rnr , | in New York with their new ail . hilled as Two lials from Oklahoma There s nothing to it , these Oklahoma artists are certainly proud of their State . Tun Kennedy , of Kennedy St lira ham , announces thai he has invented a new devise \ sittch . m in * opinion , will prove a blessing to motorists It is a periscope atitrt mirror , Ihtl |! aker is vacationing at 1 alm Uracil , prior to his departure ( or England , March J 5 th . The accordianic humoiist is the attest of his former employer . Klo / icgfrld 1 . 3 Kur &amp; ( iictham opened their new act at I JIK-W S Ametiran Theatre last week . It is called the Heart of a Cop . Wayne Christy . Gus Sun s general iHHiker , is ctjivalcscing from a nervous breakdown at Hot . Spr...
LOST MAIL DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
LOST MAIL DEPARTMENT titled a *** °° ? * ,, r * * * «« * &amp;** &amp;*«&gt; ma . }* lo Jeliref MIS * bj sVinl orE &lt;*» »&lt; w ll » • V . A . No Inter U ... tr . i core than one * irad aw ! , «\ jr a « kl alter publication mj then tent to tie Dead Letter Ot &amp; t •• ¦ 3 7 . J . DO NOT WRITE THE N . V . A . FDR MAIL LISTED IN ¦ = * - ,- - i- iTcTMENT . ADDRESS THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS . ! J « J BROADV ! l . s V , . \ y YORK CITY . En « Io « telf adJ / ttttd an . | ita-jn ! nitlifr . li-a • , . vioiice . , I ,..- ¦ . i ¦ ¦ V )&gt; - ,,. i . i ¦ . ., A : r . o . J ; , jlett-crt • ¦ • . , ...: n . &lt; i u-: - !•¦¦ - v ¦ JI I * ,: \ Wttcrn a ) ¦ / MV ] .-. in , . irrc in rrai * ) , . !¦ ¦&lt; t -. tt . art ) ..: „ 4 Dorothy : : :: «• r ... ¦ ju ^ s : ; :. : Uirj ! ... ii- y- -y ., M , a :.. ! Mil- \ :. , I .. Vl Wallace ; : . . : . M IIi , . ¦ , M : ii ! ! ¦ - , i - )«» j-.. ; . A Romaiex ) ,.,.. Mr Milton l &am...
[ " LOEW-LYONS " [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
[ LOEW-LYONS Or JIMMY LYONS TAI-T . CM .. I el . ruary , Til- lm « ;! u ! taVe . yi-l tr .-nl ! u « . er , he !&lt;! lielueri yi . l a ! tlie it &gt;&lt;&lt; •! here . The t . fi-Jje . tra t , vsaitif . ^ t . i re b-arie . so a . ivue &gt;• . ! earrv yi . ltr music w . tii Sii The . rris , are % ,-r &gt; ,.. ii ( rr .. i ! Illmanager . Mr t ra . si . r . l . .-. a . ! . an . ! v rhit is a lam . . 11 t atit . re . a . li . r tre . t Intel r » ., nii are uar e an . i the rates arr bucb I he i ,, s l | .. fel lu 1 ln-rn catering • arm :. t .. r mii-. v sears Sili :,: e &gt; t &gt; ¦! &lt; etnl re irr uM . •&lt;! 1 early the bus ! J » ..-I y .. n lia . la ! . i ! U » ri . t . el . l iiimle . l . iatel , alter s-. iir ! . a » t t -r tiirmaiu-r l nil maV .- the I -tl a m . to ! . *&gt;* Anajele . Y . i arrr . e . here A &gt; S ; . t ) a . m . Hie Slumr . H-lk I ale n sr-a ! in I ait Din t mitt ...
"INTER-STATING" | [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
INTER-STATING | t ) , CMSieiT A LAMBKHT DAI . I AS . TKX . l -hr ,..-v 17 Thr r .. m .-. H . -t h-r- .. a . •¦ .... ! h-t . It 11 iin . il . ¦ ¦&lt; ¦ •¦ ¦ &gt; ¦ ¦ ) i ! hj . rti . « e It it aiw ay . . -. a ; .. a .-ity , t &gt; &gt; wm ! . ! a . lyne w . rim ^ yi . ir r- i-ry ati ...-. t earl / . Maii .. r ; -r ! ! ., 1 th-- Mi .-. ti . I h- lr-. , • , « ,- rh- .,.-.,., ! .- r . t ib . t .-. • -, fh-. r . . lli / V w-. rfh . t . iri . rtiiii ^ per ; . ir man .-.- I . a . t w . I Mth .- her ! .- ! .., ,,. » j , ^ . . . irvm ^ Itnlliet . ii ! . •&gt; -., ; .- In a . l . lt ii . ri [ .. the r-w i l . r [&gt; r . 1 ^ -arnm- h- re . PHI - ! / ...- I lK !! , [ &gt; .--,.- e : . ,. Haft , ir . nii . hI -rshing Ih-l i--. aiil I . ill l-. a tt . uril . irijrn tin l . / rn : Th « , » tf &gt; :
N . V . A [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
N . V . A NOTES The twentieth Bohemian \ Night program was presented at the N . V . A . February 13 th . The following acts appeared : Sheldon &amp; Daley , from the Riverside , Demarest &amp; Collette , from the Riverside . Polly &amp; Oz , from the Royal . George M . Rosener , from the Riverside . Yvette Rugel , from the Palace . William Ebs , from the Riverside . A . L . Cogliser , from the 81 st Street Harry Jolson , from the Amsterdam . Pearl Regay , from the Hamilton . Aaron Family , from the Amsterdam El Bart Bros ., from the Fifth Ave nue . Al Jennings , from the Harlem Opera House . • The colored employees of the N . V . A . Club staged their annual ball on St . Valentine s Day , at Laurel Hall , 116 th Street and Madison Avenue . It was pronounced a huge success in every way . About 100 members and attaches of the club surprised the dancers at 11 o clock by showing up at the dance hall in a body . They were interested spectators for more than an hou...
"BROADWAY HEARSAY " [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
BROADWAY HEARSAY By WALTER WINCHELL APRIL FOOL ! John Connery was approached by an infirm old white-haired beggar at the stage door in Los Angeles not long ago . Please buy my book , the old man pleaded . I don t need the book , protested John , but here is a quarter . Get yourself something to eat . The old man insisted , Take the book anyway . It may help you . It has done me world s of good . John capitulated . He glanced at the title of the book . It read : ECONOMY — THE ROAD TO WEALTH . HE WAS OPEN SOLID I AM SURE THE FOLLOWING IS GOOD FOR A LAUGH FROM YOUR READERS , PENS TOM KENNEDY , OF KENNEDY &amp; BRAHAM . I MET A FRIEND AT THE N . V . A . RECENTLY AND ASKED THE USUAL QUESTION , ARE YOU WORKING ? HE REPLIED VERY SOBER-LIKE : NO , I LAY OFF TWO MORE WEEKS , THEN I GO ON MY VACATION . HEEZA GOAT-GETTER Dear Hearsay : . There s a time when murder creeps into our hearts and flashes of red we see ; when after weve flopped some other chap says Well , they were GREAT for ...
WEAR THE PIN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
WEAR THE PIN A small supply of genuine 14-k gold N . V . A . emblems * to be worn by either men or women members , is now in the hands of Johnny Liddy , at the general offices of the N . V . A ., and can be procured by any member for the sum of $ 2 . 50 each . The ordinary emblems are also available . The price of the latter is 35 cents . Those who have seen the de luxe gold emblems are enthusiastic about them . SHOW YOUR COLORS !
WIMMEN ^ I [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
WIMMEN ^ I By Y . Y . Y . Miss Juliet is one feminine singl c who need never worry about wardrobe . She always dresses with g 00 ( j taste and looks charming , but with her power of mimicry , she could come on in overalls and make Vm like it . Some gorgeous costumes and pretty girls to wear them is the boast of Ernest Evans . The little dancer in -his act is particularl y clever . Babette- Raymond , of Dugan &amp; Raymond , is one of our most attractive blondes in a gown of old rose and gray . Later in the act she changes to an even more attractive one of black , trimmed in silver . Yvette Rugel wore a gown of blue metal cloth , with bead trimming , and a most stylish flame sash , and gold slippers and hose . The sash , by the by , is going to prove one of the seasons most popular innovations . Francis X ; Bushman and Beverly Bayne have one of the most gorgeous stage settings vaudeville has ever seen . Miss Bayne first wears a black street dress and later changes to a green ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 25 February 1921
The young lady plant in Harry Jolsons act , who told him she was a reporter for THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS the night Harry appeared at the N . V . A . Club , can be our assistant any time she . wants to . Clever idea , that interview stunt , Harry , and a good-looking interviewer , too .
TWO MORE BENEFICIARIES RECEIVE THE $ 1 , 000 INSURANCE FROM N . V , A . [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
TWO MORE BENEFICIARIES RECEIVE THE $ 1 , 000 INSURANCE FROM N . V , A . Two vaudeville artists were the recipients of checks for $ 1 , 000 each in the same week recently , as a result of the insurance fund created for members of the N . V . A . by the annual benefit performance given in all the theatres affiliated with the Vaudeville Managers Protective Association . Mrs . Bert La Mont , widow of Bert La Mont , was one of the beneficiaries . The other was Thomas J . Ryan , who suffered the loss of his wife , Mary Richfield Ryan . The following telegram and letters show more than anything else the spirit which now prevails in the vaudeville business . This same help is open to every vaudeville artist in the business today . A membership in the N . V . A . is all that is necessary . TELEGRAM February 14 th , 1921 . Mr . Thomas Ryan , Ridgewood ,. New Jersey . I have just learned of the death of your dear wife and hasten to offer my sincere sympathy . You lived a wonderful life togethe...
VAUDEVILLE LABEL RECOGNIZED . IN CANADA AS WELL AS THE U , S . [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
VAUDEVILLE LABEL RECOGNIZED . IN CANADA AS WELL AS THE U , S . The above fac-slmile reproduction is about one-half the actual size of a printed circular sent to all agents , baggagemasters and train baggagemen by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company . The circular which is shown here in black , is really printed in two colors so as to bring out the red border of the label . Mr . Walter . Maughan , assistant general passenger agent of the Canadian Pacific , Is giving the matter of vaudeville artists baggage his personal attention and his letters on the subject to Mr . E . F . Albee indicate a sincere desire to assist in any way possible . The . issuance of the above circular is a splendid illustration of the intentions , of the railroad to give preference to the baggage and- properties of vaudeville artists . Mr . Albee has personally written Mr . Maughan , complimenting him upon the splendid manner in which he has carried but the idea . What the Canadian Pacific has done and is doin...
TRIBUTE TO VAUDEVILLE , - [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
TRIBUTE TO VAUDEVILLE , - ¦ BY A HEARST WRITER ( The following article appeared last week pages of the Hearst newspapers in New York , Sarah Bernhardt has gone into vaudeville . She appeared on a programme the other evening in Paris between a dance and a slap-stick and gave one of her classic recitals . She went through her entire performance seated in a chair , as on account of the loss of a leg she could not move . The audience was delighted . The tough , leathery and conventional critic is horrified . That vast group composed of those who think merely with the surface of their minds , exclaim that the one Divine Sarah must have fallen pretty low to be in . vaudeville . But has she ? Or has she not really demonstrated the fact that she is a queen in her calling because she can charm the great commons ? Is not the test of true artistry real mastery whether you can put such human power into your work that it will get over to the masses ? Ernest Thompson Seton , the naturalist , the ...