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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
. NEW PBOCESS — NO OBA 0 K . SCENERY for vaudeville productions . Painted by a new process . Can be folded for trunks without cracking . Absolutely fireproof . No dye used . Brilliant coloring and artistic work . Saves transfer bills and excess , Beferences from people now using . WILLIAM W . FETTERS , Scenio Artist , . Walnut Street Theatre , PHILADELPHIA , PA . Sketches , Monologues , Songs Written and coached . Tour ideas developed . Dramatic Art , Voice and Banning . Paurteen acts now working . Pounded on Merit . Permanently established . __^__ JZ FRIEDA H ATL == ; Playwright , Composer The Voyagers , IS Auditorium . Chicago , 111 . VAUDEVILLE BROKER ^ aaa £ jT | J &lt; &gt; PRODUCTIONS ^^ tTCIXKARRANGED ^ **^ , Y \^ ff ^^^^ •^| AH \\ 2 &gt;^ f &amp; PUTNAM BLDS , | U **&gt;^ i 493 BROADWAY . ** Oh 1 That mysterious © Split Time . GRIFF The EngHsh Guy . Who is now prepared to book for next season , and would like to hear from recognized Ma...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
, \ S . CAPEZIO ^ l «^\ Historical and Theatrical \ jL SHOEMAKER fe ) j £ ! t Jlt 129 West 40 th St . ^¦¦ rZjpL New York WB ^ e » MBB &gt; All kinds of ballet shoes . ^ C W NAME ^ -tolTR ^ Wfi BUlLT Harry Corson Clarke Says : Taylor Trunks ! Who ever heard of any other make ! Send for 1912 Catalogue . C _ A . TAYLOR TRUNK WORKS CHICAGO ; 35 E . Randolph St . I NEW YORK ; 131 W 3 Bth St . _ J CHAS . HORWITZ Author ot the best sketches in vaudeville . Over 26 X 1 successes playing . His record speaks for Itself . ( Boom 115 ) , 1402 Broadway , New York . Phone 2540 Murray Hill . PHOTOGRAPHS CABINETS or 5 z 7 LOBBY PHOTOS , 11 . 00 per dozen ; original posing to illustrate your act by Mr . Bidenonr . Bepros 100 , $ 6 ; Dot ., $ 1 . 50 . OABBONA STUDIO , 915 Arch St , Phila ., Pa . SCENERY HOWARD TUTTLE 1202 Oontor St ., MILWAUKEE DR . JULIAN 3 IEOEL Official Dentist to the WHITE RATS and A . A . A . ao 4 M / BCST 4 flnd STREBT Phone 5492 Bryant . ( Opposite Hammentein s ) , New...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
They re Off ! rSZSxm . Y ^ mW ^^ tK / Standing of the Contestants ^^^• BBBBBBBBB T Monday Evening , January 15 th Josephine Knoll JOSEPHINE KNOLL .... 45 GRACE HAZARD ..... 30 / ^ ^ ^* BBBP ( BB &gt;\ JOSEPHINE GASSMAN ( Phina ) - 10 / . jJesE ^ BBBBBn \ PEARL SMILETTA 7 / a ^ EgsBBBK \ CARRIE GRINDELL - 5 ^ iBBBataBBBBBBT LILLIAN McNEILL 1 \ f -vflammmmmBBl ¦•/ \ A i ^ fjfMeBBwi ^ ft- at / ^^ C ^_ JSK ^ G ^* - ^ ^ Grace Hazard Pursuant to its announcement , THE PLAYER this week begins the presentation of a photograph of each of the three leaders in the race for a prize and honors ^^ f — ^^ among the Associated Actresses of America . That a great deal of interest is al- - ^ fff ; , ^ . lammmmmmsfev ready being shown in the contest is evident from the standing in the profession of the ^ K 7 ? .- :,- agjPsPH ^ £ v three Iadies who are first in the count for this , the initial week . y ^ BBVi ; r ^ if ¦^^ HesBBBBBBB &amp; a ^^ Kr tjt r ^ t ^^ m WmW % i J OSEPHINE KNOLL ...
SMALL POX IN MICHIGAN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
SMALL POX IN MICHIGAN J ACKSON , Mich :, Jan . 11 . —Small pox has been raging in this city for some time , and the health authorities have endeavored in every way to stamp it out Frank R . Lampman , manager of the Bijou theater , was compelled to issue a denial of a report that certain members of his staff had been taken away from the theater suffering from the disease , and to tell the public that every member of the- staff had been vaccinated and that the house would be fumigated daily . Last night the medical officer of the city issued an order closing the theaters of the city , as well as all moving picture houses . Mr . Lampman wired to the performers who were to open here today , and Manager Porter of the Athenaeum wired a cancellation to The Light Eternal , which was to have opened a three nights engagement tonight . All of the moving picture houses closed down at once , and the chances are that . all places of amusement will be closed for at least ten days . The vaudeville ...
SHOWS GUN ; WOUNDS MAN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
SHOWS GUN ; WOUNDS MAN CHICAGO , Jan . 13 . —George Ade Davis , assistant manager of the Stude . aker theater , was showing a revolver in the Kunz-Remmler bar last Wednesday night to a friend , when he dropped it . The gun exploded , the bullet wounding Saul Alberti , a member of the faculty of the Chicago Medical college , in both legs . Alberti was rushed to St Luke s hospital . His injuries were found to be not serious . Davis , when taken to the South Clark street police station , succeeded in convincing the police that the shooting was purely accidental , but he nevertheless was booked on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon . He was released on bonds . The hearing of the case is s-et for Jan . 27 . Davis was held up a couple of weeks ago . On complaint to Police Lieut . Conroy the latter furnished him with a revolver . It was this revolver that he was exhibiting to his friend when it dropped from his hands and wounded Alberti .
INVOLVES SOLMAN CONTRACT . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
INVOLVES SOLMAN CONTRACT . The transfer by purchase ot tne Kjaxi Laemmle Music Co . catalogue to the Joe Morris Co ., of New York City , mentioned last week in THE PLAYER , involves a contract with Alfred Solman to write exclusively for the Morris company . Mr . Solman had written a number of the most successful Laemmle songs . Combining as it does the hits of two recognized publishing concerns , the Laemmle-Morris deal now gives to the Morris company the following particularly well known numbers : Mine , You Can t Live without a Girl , Just - a Dream of You , Dear , Night and Day , Kentucky Eyes , Hear the Pickaninny Band , If I Had You , and Back to the Factory , Mary . Mine , the first song mentioned , is one of the Alfred Solman numbers .
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
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Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
• F OP STA 6 E MAKE-UP • Street R Use CHERRYOLA » - — ° - »&gt; ForLipSOrCheekS . a perfect blood color The HESS CO ., Mfrs . Stage Make-Up ROCHESTER , N . Y . •^ _ ^ s-r / -N A . E 9 |— -ic % l ^ f—1 ^^ I v- ^ va r-t ^^ i ^ r-i ^ Beprodnced from your own photos as good , or better than the original . Send for samples and price list . C . F . GAIRING OX CO . 128 N . La Salle Street , Chicago That Vaudeville Author Louis Chevalier REGULAR WHITES OF BEAT , MATERIAL . Here s a few for whom I have written and who will tell you that my material isi Right — Tha Brownings , Chas . Leonard Eletoher , Marron * Hines , Smith &amp; Champion , La Vine &amp; Inman , Geis * Miner , MoAvoy * Brooks , Cross fc Have , The Harveys ; Dorothea « . M , M « jj » Frances , Winrow &amp; Herfard , Brnce &amp; Calvert , Davis &amp; Hodge , Harry B . Brown , AND MANY OTHEBS . I AM BAISINO SALARIES WITH MY MATERIAL AND I CAN PROVE IT . Telephone-8194 Columbus . O...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
To the Members of the White Rats Actors Union of America and Associated Actresses of America : It has come to our attention that theatrical agents under investigation by the District Attorney s office are begging actors and actresses to lie to the District Attorney about the conditions that exist in respect to percentages and other matters under inquiry . WE SAY TO YOU : Tell the District Attorney the truth If you want to be free . Tell the truth If you want the slavery to end . If every man and woman appearing before the District Attorney will have the courage to stand together and tell the exact facts , the robbery will soon end . BOARD OF DIRECTORS .
I . A . AND T . M . A . NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
I . A . AND T . M . A . NOTES By TOM FLAVEN The Hippodrome Employees Ball was a huge success . Music , dancing , refreshments , all of the brand excellent , were enjoyed and all participants are counting the days until the next one is announced . Needless to say Jim Tierney and a lot of comely chorus damsels were there to make the night merry . The Bird of Paradise will fold its drops and fly to the Maxine Elliott theater next Saturday night . The crew consists of this well-known road bunch : Charley M . Geiger , carpenter , of El Paso local ; Ed . Spangler ( better known as High Ball ) , second hand , Rochester local ; J . H . Nelson , property man , Norfolk local ; Frenchy Mullett , assistant property man , Lowell , Mass ., local ; George Laine ,. electrician , Troy local ; Pete Solomon , of Rochester local , is his assistant . The boys are figuring how , and why , they are going to put that production on the Maxine Elliott theater stage . Whether the electric system that is in us...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
Los ANGELES , Cal .,. Jan . 13 . —The following officers for 1912 have been elected and installed by Los Angeles Lodge , No . 35 , T . M . A .: Jacob Fogel , president ; Ralph De Lacy , vice-president ; Jack Howard , recording secretary ; J . W . Schmidt , financial secretary and treasurer ; V . S . Gooch , marshal ; Carl Taylor , past president ; Dave Dominguez , sergeant-at-arms ; Dr . R . Nichol Smith , physician ; Walter Bean , W , L . Horn , Fred Bauman , Frank Reynolds and T . D . Thompson , trustees . OFFICERS IN LOS ANGELES
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
OBITUARY Benjamin H . Burt Benjamin H . Burt , a well-known business man of Rutland , Vt , died in that city on Jan . 11 . He was 81 years of age and had been actively engaged in business for many years . He was the father of five children , one of whom is Benjamin Hapgood Burt , author of a number of successful songs and who also has written the lyrics for a number of musical comedies . Mrs . E . G . Wischerath Mrs . E . G . Wischerath , mother of Ethyl Desmond , of the vaudeville team of Bachen &amp; Desmond , died in Buffalo , N . Y ., on Dec . 30 , 1911 . The team had to cancel four weeks of their time on account of the death . They will resume work about Feb . 1 . John Muschamp PHILADELPHIA , Jan . 13 . —John Muschamp , aged 70 , who had acted as doortender of the Chestnut Street theater ever since it has been under the management of Grant Laferty , dropped dead from heart disease on the stage of the theater yesterday . He had just arrived from his home , and while gree...