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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
EDITORIAL TWO KINDS There are two kinds of artists in vaudeville . They are the artists who belong to THE NATIONAL VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS , INC ., and the artists who do not belong to the NATIONAL VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS , INC . The last named class may properly be divided into three sub-divisions . They are the artists who . arc . indifferent ,,. the . artists who say they cannot afford to join and the artists of radical mind who are forever opposing everything . The radicals , while constantly decreasing in numbers , probably will be with us always but as the world progresses it learns and just as the people—the thinking people—of Russia are beginning to realize that Communistic ^ Bolshevistic government is a fantastic and impractical dream , so the vast majority of vaudeville artists are getting wise to the fact that the few radicals in their ranks are nothing but chronic kickers and pessimists . Therefore it is best to forget the radicals and the anarchists and go about our business as t...
"INTER-STATING " [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
INTER-STATING By ERNEST A . LAMBERT GALVESTON , TEXAS , February 23 . . Galveston is but a car ride from Houston . The theatre is named the Opera House . . . You play here Sunday , Monday and Tuesday . Wednesday- is open . You travel -to Austin . The Hotel Galvez is on the beach . ( Gulf- of Mexico ) . It makes a theatrical rate .
HELPFUL HINTS I [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
HELPFUL HINTS I The importance of artists taking no chances on getting to their next stand promptly was again brought out recently when Miss Ethel Rosevere , of the Yes , My Dear company , stopped off at Chatham , Ontario , on Sunday , to visit friends while en route to Detroit . Monday morning , she misled her train . Lieut . E . G . Hamilton , of Detroit , who had flown in his airplane to Chatham the previous day for a visit in the same home where Miss Rosevere was a guest , agreed to get her back to Detroit in time for the Monday matinee . They made the sixty-mile trip in his airplane without mishap . W . D . Ascough , manager of the Miles-Re-gent , where the act was to appear , had been notified by wire and he met them with a taxicab on the outskirts of the city . After a wild ride , they pulled up at the theatre just in time for Miss Rosevere to walk on the stage attired in puttees , heavy woolen breeches , a fur coat and flying helmet and minus make-up . The Detroit newspapers...
VAUDEVILLE MEMORIES [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
VAUDEVILLE MEMORIES By BERT LEVY NO . 3—CHIC SALE Chic Sale , beloved of vaudeville fans throughout the country , is just as popular with his brother performers back stage . Chic is one of the small army of originators who has helped to make the business worth while . Very few people know the barriers that this boy has fought down and the obstacles he has overcome in bringing his present offering to its state of perfection . Those who know Chic Sale can remember the day when , as an unknown performer , he stayed back between shows and went without his meals to rehearse again and again some bit of business until It was perfect . His work today looks easy because it is art that conceals art . I want to pay a personal tribute to Mr . Sale as one of the cleanest cut men in vaudeville today , his professional and family life being an Inspiration to all performers .
THE PANTAGES CIRCUIT [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
THE PANTAGES CIRCUIT Joe Roberts , The Banjo King , who has - more tours of this circuit to his credit than any other artist , was one of the features at the - Great Northern Hippodrome Theatre in Chicago recently . G . K .: H . —The Empress Theatre . in St . Louis is on the Pantages roiite . It follows New Orleans . It is a Monday , opening . S . J . J . —The Louisiana Theatre , at New , Orleans / is only , two blocks from the Palace . The former name was the Dauphine . . The following is the complete re-vised-route of the Pantages Circuit andrits affiliated theatres : _ DETROIT : Regent and Majestic Theatres . ( Week stands . ) CLEVELAND : Grand Theatre . ( Week stand . ) DES , MOINES : Pantages Empress opens March 5 th . ( Week stand . ) MINNEAPOLIS : Pantages . ( Week stand . ) WINNIPEG : Pantages . ( Six day stand . ) „ REGINA and SASKATOON : Pantages . ( Split week . 3 days each . ) EDMONTON : Pantages . Six day stand . ) » CALGARY : Pantages . ( Six dav stand . ) GREAT FALLS ...
MORNING'S MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
MORNINGS MAIL BROOKLYN , N . Y . — At the Orpheum Theatre , Brooklyn , I was taken ill and Johnny Hall , the stage manager , did everything in his power to help me . When I entered my dressing room I found a couch and everything to make me comfortable . It only proves that the people in vaudeville today are not Only living for themselves but for others as well . I shall never forget the courtesy and kindness shown me at the Orpheum . HAZEL M . : BERLEW . ( Daly &amp; Berlew )
WHAT ARTISTS SAY ABOUT THE NEW ERA IN VAUDEVILLE ^ [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
WHAT ARTISTS SAY ABOUT THE NEW ERA IN VAUDEVILLE ^ NED NORTON Improved conditions in vaudeville are a reality . I found out long ago that if you try very hard to overlook the faults of others , its a hundred to one shot you will never find cause for a complaint . The N . V . A . is more wonderful to artists than it has been given credit for in print . It is only a question of time when we will no longer have to tell a non-member of its advantages . I look forward to the day when I will be besieged by some artists asking me to exercise every effort to make them a member . Every good movement was knocked , by some people . The more popular you become , the more critics you will have . No artist who is honest with himself can knock the N . V . A . The boosters are growing in numbers daily . ESTELLE COLLETTE I don t wish to boast about it , but both my husband and myself have done a great deal to spread the doctrine of N . V . A ., wherever we have gone . We do it because we know many o...
PERSONALITIES [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
PERSONALITIES The marriage of Dagmar ( Bobby ) Brox , one of the trio of Brox Sisters , to John ( Pearson ) M . cCauliff , of the team of Pearsons Brothers , took place at Rochester , N . Y ., Thursday , February 17 . It was a quiet event but the secret leaked out the next day . Both parties are members of the Doc Baker act , Flashes , and Mr . Baker played host to the couple , tendering them a wedding dinner at a local restaurant to which all members of the act and artists on the bill with them were invited . The annual dinner of the B . F . Keith s Boys Band was held on Tuesday , February 22 , in the bands club rooms atop the Alhambra Theatre . Five hundred of the youngsters participated . Speeches were made by several of the friends and sponsors of the band , including J . J . Murdock who has been one of the most active supporters of the organization from its inception . Bobby McLean , former world s champion ice-skater who is appearing in vaudeville at present , received some re...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
Another good way to do well in this world is to not do your friends . Ex-Vice-President Marshall gave Ex-President Wilson a book as a parting gift . He inscribed the following on the front page : To W . W . From the only vice he ever had .
LOST MAIL DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
LOST MAIL DEPARTMENT Mail i » 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 will 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 . Adams , Mr . Mark Adolphus Allan &amp; Moore Allen , Mr . Billy Almond &amp; H ! „ Anderson , Mr . C . H . ( Anderson &amp; Yoel ) - Armstrong , Mr . Harry Arnaut , Mr . John Arnold , Miss Phylis Arnold &amp; Cohen Arteburn , Miss Mabel Ball , W . E . &amp; Bro . Barclay , John Barrows &amp; Sterling Barry , Mr . Joseph J . Beck , Mr Will Belford , Miss Isabel ( Archer &amp; Belford ) Bennett , Mr . H . B . Benson , Mr . Charles O . Bernard &amp; Carroll Bolton , Mr . N...
"LOEW-LYONS " [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
LOEW-LYONS By JIMMY LYONS LONG s BEACH , CAL ., February 16 . ¦ Good-bye , California ! This , is . the final date in your beautiful state . We are now on the home-stretch—Salt Lake City . The theatre here is Loews State . It . is only eight weeks old . The house is exquisite . The business is tremendous . Mr . Lester Fountain is the manager . He was formerly with • the Casino , in Frisco . ¦ The orchestra , headed by . Sam Caldwell , is a wonderful aggregation of harmonists . Long Beach is • Calif prnias bright spot . It is an all-year resort for fun . The concessions are all in full swing . The ocean is but one block from the stage door . It is ideal for artists who love the water . Oh , that it could be a season s run ! The Eastman hotel here is fine . They , do not try to cheat . They cater especially to artists . To overlook it is financial suicide . The Hoyt Theatre here plays Pantages vaudeville a full week . Beginning with . February 21 st , it will only play four days vaude...
IH THE LAND OF PRESIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
IH THE LAND OF PRESIDENTS By MILLICENT EASTER COLtJMBUS , O ., February 19 . Len D . Hollister , who appears with Leona Stephens in Back in Beverly Hills , has , by his sincerity and- eloquence , caused Keith patrons to be generous in their donations for the starving children of Europe . A 1-. though the campaign for the Hoover fund in Columbus closed last week , at the suggestion of Mr . Albee a special collection was taken this week and many hungry ones will be fed as the result . Hazel Moran , who has circled the Sobe and appeared in- many a miliJ ary camp since her last appearance ere , was greeted by a round of applause as she made her first appearance Monday afternoon , clad in scar let and white and swinging , her lariat . Warren Jackson , manager of Ye Song Shop ! a gallant young Texan , has made a very good ^ impression here this week . - His opinions on girls of the stage : won him a streamer head , four columns wide , in the Citizen , the Scripp-McRea paper here . Frank R...
COLUMBUS , O ., Feb . 8 . [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
COLUMBUS , O ., Feb . 8 . The . Keith patrons are still inquiring : When will Hope Eden return ? V The popularity of the beautiful , little mind reader , and Frescott , her distinguished assistant ,- seems to increase , even though it is now a fortnight since they left Columbus after a phenomenal week and much publicity . Armed . with a personal letter from Governor Harry -L . Davis and practically every Columbus official , Hope Eden left for Sioux City where she is captivating everybody . May Wirth , the Queen of the Circus , is having things her own way here this week . - Miss , Wirth s excellent horsemanship , gleaming personality and youth . make her an ideal vaudevillian . Phil , the Clown , and the Wirth family including thd five snow-white horses make up this act , which is seen here in vaudeville for the first time . Tom Patricola and his new partner , Irene Delroy , are bearing high the standard set by Isabel Patricola , the Dancing Fools sister , last- year . , Elsie and ;...
CHICAGO ! [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 4 March 1921
CHICAGO ! By HARRY EARL CHICAGO , ILL ., February 21 . Jos . Miller ,, manager of the Palace Hipp , Seattle , is also looking after the affairs of Kellie-Burns ; Smiling Doc Crews is proud of his triplets , Hipp , Spokane ; Liberty , Walla- Walla ; and State , . Yakima . All are in a healthy condition . The following players will soon traverse the Marcus i Loew Western circuit : Fred LeReine &amp; Company , Brady &amp; Mahoney , Wilbur &amp; Girlie , Rose &amp; Thorn , Dae &amp; Neville , Trovato , Regal &amp; Mack , Ganaris- &amp; Cleo . Howard &amp; Hoffman , Gleasons &amp; Houlihan , J . K . Emmett &amp; Company , Arthur Deagon and Mory , Senna &amp; Dean . Another list of top-notchers to appear in the Marcus Loew theatres are : Syncopated Feet Tom Mahoney , Tootie Reckless and Charles Arley , Exposition Jubilee Four , Ethel Arnold ;&amp; Earl Taylor , Siegrist &amp; Darro , Gr...