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Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
NEW YORK CITY . HOTEL PLYMOUTH EUROPEAN PLAN 38 th Stroatf Bmt . 7 th mnd BthAvmm ., Mm Ym OMy New Fire-Proof Buildintf A Stone s Throw From Broadway llfiTIPE TUC DiTCC A on * bT the day with use of NUIlUC lilt HA I CO bsth , 11 . 00 snd | 1 . 2 S single ; $ 1 . 60 and $ 1 . 75 double . A room by the day with private bathroom attached , $ 1 . 60 single ; $ 2 . 00 double . Booms with use of bath , from $ 5 . 00 to $ 8 . 00 per week single ; and from $ 6 . 00 to $ 8 . 60 double . Booms with private bath attached , from $ 8 . 50 to $ 10 . 00 per week single ; and from $ 9 . 50 to $ 11 . 00 double . NO HIGHER . Every room bas hot and cold running water , electric light and long distance telephone . Restaurant a la carte . Club Breakfasts . Phonei 1920 Murray HMI T . SINNOTT , Wanagot THE MONFORT 40 th ST ., BETWEEN BROADWAY AND SIXTH AVE . •• voted to Theatrical People . Over 100 Booms . Steam Heat Hot Water Baths . Honss lust been decorated and refurnished . Excellent table . ONE DOIXA...
ARTISTS' ROUTES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
ARTISTS ROUTES A—GEORGETTE ARMSTRONG , the World of Pleasure . E . J . APPLEBY , Lyric , Jamestown , N . Y ., 15-20 .- ^—ADAMS &amp; GUHL , Grand , Elgin , 111 ., 15-20 ; Fox , Aurora , 22-27 . ARNOLD &amp; VALLIERE , Guy Brothers Minstrels . ALPINE TROUPE , Orpheum , Portland , Ore ., 15-20 ; Orpheum , San Francisco , Cal ., 29-3 . DAN A . ANDERSON , Bijou , Memphis , Tenn ., 1420 ; Havlins , St . Louis , Mo ., 21-27 . ATLANTIS , FISK &amp; JACK , Grand , Elkins , W . Va ., 15-20 ; Hippodrome , Fairmont , W . Va ., 22-27 , AMERICAN NEWSBOYS QUARTET , Family , Moline , III ., 15-20 ; Lyceum , Peoria , 22-27 . ADONIS , Keith s , Syracuse , 15-20 ; Keiths , Toledo , O ., 22-27 . B—BARNES &amp; WEST , Casino , Buenos Aires , S . A ., indefinite . HAPPY BENWAY , Guy Brothers Minstrels . CHAS . H . BOYLE , The Ducklings Burlesquers . GEO . BETTS , Star &amp; Garter Show . MARION BLAKE , The Ducklings Burlesquers . HAZEL BARBOUR , Girls from Missour...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
MASSACHUSETTS . HOTEL . TAXI Ml TBEMONT ST ., BOSTON , MASS . Opposite Outls Square-Thaatrs . Phone Tremont 21 , 080 . Situated In the heart of the city , within a few minutes walk to all theatres . Everything op to date . Booms by day 60- $ 2 . O 0 , by the week $ 2 . 00 and up Single , Doable $ 3 . 00 aad up . An extra addition to the hotel , containing SO 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 years . Boom and Board , $ 5 . 00 , $ 6 . 60 and $ 0 . 00 04 Summerset St ., BOSTON , MASS . MARYLAND . NEW THEATRE BALTIMORE Stop at Mrs . W . D . SPARROW 620 N . HOWABD ST . First class in every respect , principally table . WHITE BATS BXAMT / ABTEBA Auditorium Hotel RALPH LEVI , Proprietor . Batas for Boom aa * Beard , $ 1 , $ 7 aad $$ per wMk * 509 tforth Howard Stntt , BALTTJCOEB , MD . HOTEL NAfllMAN Mom...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
MISSOURI . ^ ¦ ¦ : 4 ST . LOT / IS . REGENT HOTEL , 100 N . 14 th LELAND HOTEL . 1414 Market E . X . CAMPBELL , Prop , and Mgr . WHITE BATS HEADQT / ABTEEB . 10 Minutes walk t » all theatres . . . V HILLINGS HOTEL * Newly Punished , Steam Hast , eta . S . E . Cor . Tth and Walaut Bta ., IT . LOVH Whits Bats aad Evsrybedy Welcome . Call asul isa ata . DATID 0 &gt; . STT . TITBTO ) , PreprtstsT . WHITE BATS WELCOME AND STOP AT HIPPODROME HOTEL iSai ( formerly Hotel Owens ) . Hot and cold water In every room . Booms with bath , steam heat . Bates : European plan , far summer only , $ 2 . 60 up per week . American plan : In sesssn , single , per week , $ 9 . 00 and $ 10 . 00 ; double , par week , $ 16 . 00 and $ 18 . 00 . Booms with bath , Amerlcan plan , doable , $ 20 . 00 . H . W . SADEK . White Bats aad A . A . A . Welcome . HOTEL FORNEY J 0 PLIN . M 0 . Registered Hotel . Bates— $ 1 Doable , $ l . St Single . MONTANA . STOP AT THX ARGYLE HOTEL 08 te 01 Wast Broadway , BUTTS ...
OUR LETTER BOX ¦ SS ^^ SS ^—SS ^^ SSS ^^ S ^ SSSS ^ SI ^^ SS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
OUR LETTER BOX ¦ SS ^^ SS ^—SS ^^ SSS ^^ S ^ SSSS ^ SI ^^ SS IMPORTANT NOTICE . —Letters will be adver tised 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 leaving forwarding address . It will be advertised with other mail . A—J . S . Allen , Hyla Allen , Spencer Andress , Grace Armond , Albrazaf , Ruth Ardelle , Mike Alvin , Joseph Alvaretta . B—Louis Buckley , Effie Brean Bonner &amp; Meek , A . Bell , Trixie Begar , Belle &amp; Mayo , Rosa J . Burke , Bazarow Troupe , Mack Bird , Martin Boru , Miss Jack Bauhn , Browne &amp; Deaton , Harry Burns , Grace Braham , E . K . Bras , Barrett &amp; Bayne . C—Chas . Grossman , Clever Conkey , Lillian Cameron , Hope Connraga , Jennie Ward Cullen , Harry Crowden , Pete Castrillon ,...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
More Stock in San Diego . SAM DIEGO , Cal ., Jan . 2 . —The theatrical situation here is about to undergo some changes again , according to announcement made by the house managers . The Armstrong Follies Company , which has been at the Savoy theater for the past three months , with a change of bill twice a week , will close their engagement here on Saturday next , at which time the Louis Morrison company will open for a week s engagement in The Landslide , the play that was recently produced for the first time at the Grand . It is from the pen of Justine Adams and drew such business that it was held over for three weeks , which is the record for stock productions at San Diego . Mr . Morrison will put the play on the road at the termination of its engagement at the Savoy .
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
NEW JERSEY . Ball Phono , U 75-D . Interstate Phone , SOM . White Bats Horns . THE EXCHAN 6 E HOTEL B . E . PLz-NN , Proprietor . Commercial aad Theatrical Headquarters . Half Block from all Theatres . Bate per day , 01 . 00 ap . SO and M E . PEONT ST ., TRENTON , N . J . NORTH CAROLINA . HOTEL WEBSTER GEO . WIOFALL , Prop . WINSTON-SALEM , V . a Special Bates to White Bats . NORTH DAKOTA . DIXON EUROPEAN HOTEL HOME FOB WHITE BATS . Always have been pleased . 105 Broadway . PABGO , N . DAK . MBS . J . BDTI 8 , Prop . OREGON . THE THEATRE OENTBE OP FOBTLAND . OB SOON . THE CALUMET HOTEL ISO PASS ST . Professional rates : $ 0 . 76 single , 11 . 00 doable . Special rates by the week . Orpheum 1 ft blocks , Empress 1 % blocks , Pantages ltt blocks , Hellig 2 blocks . Baker 8 blocks . Bungalow 4 blocks . OKLAHOMA VICTORIA HOTEL ( EUROPEAN ) Oor . Broadway aad Baas Streets , OKLAHOMA CITY , OKLA . The omrlal Wait * Sat Motel . OHIO . Zsrspsaa Plaa . Bates Wo ., 70 s ., 0 LO 0 . HOTEL MANH...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
PENNSYLVANIA . CORRY , PA . EUROPEAN HOTEL American . Special Sates te White Sate . Earopaaa Plaa . Booms Mo , aad ap . THANE LAURIE . Proprietor . WILKES-BASSE , PA . CARLTON HOTEL White Bats Headquarters . ¦ THEO . E . TEEL , Prop . Sates $ 1 . 00 a Day . SARATOGA LUNCH PITTSBTJBO . E . FI 8 HBL . Opposite Lyceum , Alvin aad Gayety Theatres . Opsa Day and Night Home for White Bats . HOTEL PETTY 1000 Walnut Street , MoKEESPOST , PA , Phone 0073 McKeesport . Home for W . B . and A . A . A . $ 1 . 2 * Single . $ 1 . 00 Doable . IMF £ KlAL cioTEl * OOSST , PA . Sates , $ 1 . 00 per day . Special attention te White Sate . J . E . XEPPEL , Proprietor . THE CLINTON And Annex 415 Penn Ava , ( below Hotel Lincoln ) , 417 Pean Ave , Two blocks from Alvin , Duqossas , Gayety and Lyosam Theatres . ( Horns for White Bats . ) PITTSBURG , PA . JACKS First-class Bar sad Bsstanrant attached . Oorasr Federal aad Erie Streets ( opposite Hsayoa Theatre ) , North Bids , Pittsburg , Pa . Booms by Day ,...
AN UNEXPECTED MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
AN UNEXPECTED MEETING PITTSBURGH , Pa ., Jan . 8 . —Lulu Glaser , star of . Miss Duddlesack , playing at the Nixon theater . during the week ending Dec . 23 , met an old-time friend in an unexpected and quite affecting way at the Hotel Schenley . Miss Glaser and her company had been invited by the hotel management to . participate in a Christmas celebration which the hotel management had arranged for some 800 children . Following an old English custom , Father Christmas ( Santa Claus ) came , down an imitation chimney in one of the big rooms of the hotel and distributed gifts to the assembled children . Miss Glaser was quite surprised to find masquerading as Father Christmas , H . Jay Williamson , a friend of years ago in Allegheny—for Miss Glaser is a native of Greater Pittsburgh . Mr . Williamson , like Miss Glaser , had chosen the stage as a profession , and had organized an orchestra for a tour of the Ritz-Carlton hotels in Europe . He had just returned to Pittsburgh to take up ...
BOB BURNS NOW FIELD MAN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
BOB BURNS NOW FIELD MAN CHICAGO , Jan . 8 . —Bobby Burns , former representative of the Bert Levey interests in Chicago , and also controller Of a few local houses , has accepted employment with the New York &amp; Western Booking Agency and henceforth will act for that firm in the capacity of field man . The Burns houses have been acquired by the Hamburger string , but will continue to be handled by Burns during his connection with the Hamburger agency .
OPERA BIG LOSEfc [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
OPERA BIG LOSEfc SAN FRANCISCO , Jan . 8 . —The Paris Grand Opera company have been giving a series of benefits at the Valencia theater , to partially reimburse Pierre Grazi , the impressario , who brought the company to this country . He has lost over $ 100 , 000 in the venture and has mortgaged his property in Paris to get the money to keep the promises he made to the subscribers to the fund for the sustenance of the opera . Quite a large sum of money was raised last week by these performances , although it will be but a drop towards the losses incurred . The company is now in Los Angeles .
THEATERS ESCAPE FLAMES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
THEATERS ESCAPE FLAMES LOUISVILLE , Ky ., Jan . 5 . —A $ 400 , 000 fire on Fourth avenue created a panic in two theaters , on the same street , and for a time those structures were in danger of being swept by the flames . Intense cold hampered the firemen in their efforts . Both theaters were crowded when the alarm was given but the performers continued with their work and the audience stopped a mad rush ,. which had started . When the serious nature of the fires was discovered the audiences were dismissed .
LNEW FAVERSHAM THEATER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
LNEW FAVERSHAM THEATER v Another story of a new theater for New York City which is given credence oy the daily press has it that William Faversham is to manage and direct the destinies of a playhouse in the metropolis , soon to be erected . The Shuberts have been directing the Faversham tours for some time , and it is presumed that the Shuberts will be interested with Mr . Faversham in any theater to be directed by the actol---manager ,. should it be . built in &gt; N « w York . - ¦ - - ¦• ¦ ¦ ¦
IN OLDEST THEATER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
IN OLDEST THEATER PARIS , Jan . 8 . —For the first time on record performances will be given next summer in the famous open-air arena , Lutetia , the ancient relic of Roman occupation . This arena is situated in the heart of Paris and while there has been some agitation against this historical place being used the people in charge have given permission for its use . Plays of the old Roman period will be the principal bills , although one author has agreed to write a new play for the performances , with the scenes laid in antique Rome :
FIDDLING BOB'S FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
FIDDLING BOBS FORTUNE WASHINGTON , D . C , Jan . 6 . —Senator Robert L . Taylor , of Tennessee , who fiddled his way into Congress over thirty years ago , has admitted that while he . has not played the violin for many years he has amassed a fortune of $ 250 , 000 from his lecture on The Fiddle and the Bow . He is a big feature at Lyceum entertainments throughout the country and his amusing lecture gets him countless engagements . He states that as soon as he found out that his talk about fiddling got him money he immediately stopped fiddling .
OSCAR GETS ANOTHER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
OSCAR GETS ANOTHER LONDON , Jan . 9 . —Although Oscar Hammerstein is in the United States he is keeping up interest in his opera house here by getting recognition from the nobility . A short time ago he announced that he had accepted , and would shortly produce , an opera by the Duke of Argyl . Today it was announced that he had accepted a grand opera written by Lord Howard de Walden , one of the wealthiest of English noblemen .
HAPPY KIDS IN SEATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 12 January 1912
HAPPY KIDS IN SEATTLE SEATTLE , Wash ., Jan . 3 . —The children in this city are not yet through talking of the great celebration given to them on Christmas . Day by Mrs . Alexander Pantages . She invited 1 , 000 of the children of the city to Dreamland pavilion , where she had a huge . Christmas tree erected . Every child was given a toy and a box of candy , and _ a splendid entertainment was provided for them .