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WHITE & STUART WILL STAR [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
WHITE &amp; STUART WILL STAR The next production Cohan &amp; Harris will make , according to late reports , will have Clayton White and Marie Stuart as stars of the aggregation . This clever couple are now laying off in vaudeville , but will soon begin activities in furtherance of their starring tour .
TO TRY IN VAUDEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
TO TRY IN VAUDEVILLE Gertrude Vanderbilt will leave Raymond Hitchcock and The Red Widow company Jan . 20 , and will open in vaudeville Jan . 22 , either at Waterbury , Conn ., or Atlantic City . Miss Vanderbilt will be assisted by Rockey Johnson . The act will remain on the road for some time , and is booked to open at the Fifth Avenue theater , New York , March 25 . It is predicted for Miss Vanderbilt that her clever dancing and charminig personality will go far towards making her act a success .
JUST SWEET SIXTEEN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
JUST SWEET SIXTEEN Irene Adeline , of Leon and the Adeline Sisters , was sixteen years of age on Jan . 14 , and a number of her friends knew it . Without letting her into the secret they organized a unique surprise party in honor of the little lady , and it was one of the most enjoyable affairs of the season . All of her friends were there , and they heaped presents on her until she was almost in tears over the kindness displayed . Irene Adeline , besides being an expert juggler , is also a clever violinist . The team opens at Proctors theater , Portchester , N . Y ., Jan . 21 .
CONCERNING OLD FRIENDS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
CONCERNING OLD FRIENDS Cunningham &amp; Coveney , an act known in vaudeville some five years ago , and lost when the partners decided to try their fortunes with other associates , has been resurrected within the past few days , Messrs . Cunningham and Coveney having decided to hook up once more . After the split five years ago both Mr . Cunningham and Mr . , Coveney began playing dates with their wives as team partners . Mr . Coveney s . wife is now dead . Mrs . Pat Reilly , who is resting at her home in Mt . Clemens , Mich ., desires to express her gratitude to the thousands of friends who sent her words of sympathy during her time of trouble . She is exceedingly grateful to members of the W . R . A . U . and all other friends . She will resume work in a short time , and as she has always been a favorite in vaudeville , she should have no difficulty in getting a favorable route . The Graham Dancing Four are now completing the rehearsals of their new act , and will be ready ...
VAUDEVILLE BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
VAUDEVILLE BRIEFS Rube Marquard , the baseball , player , has settled the suit brought against him by William Fox , of New . York , for the breaking of a contract . He was engaged to play in vaudeville by Mr . . Fox , but when he was told it was on the New York Roof Garden ,. he canceled his contract . Fox sued for . $ 500 for breach of contract , and Marquard settled the suit last week by paying $ 184 for damages . The Von Seyly Sisters are requested to write at once to Grace , 12 St . Marks place , Brooklyn , N . Y ., on a matter of urgent importance . A placard conspicuousl y displayed in a Boston , Mass ., moving picture show has this startling announcement : Young children must have parents . ¦ &lt; ¦ Poughkeepsie ,. N . , Y ., has another claim to distinction . now , outside-. of its funny name . This . week Lady Ashburton , one of the sure-enough titled ladies of England , is paying a visit to her sister in that town . Lady Ashburton was one of the famous Florodora ch...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
THEWHUR 252-254 W . 38 tk Street 100 ; rooms , few vacancies , $ 860 to 85 weekly . Baths on every floor , steamgjj &amp; t , electric lights . Telephone . &gt; . ¦ ;•* .- . % • • ••• i ! • .-.- JUST TRY ONCE HOME COOKING RESTAURANT 1 1 2 W . 45 th St . NEW YORK ESHKAH , Proprietor . OXEAS , COOLJ REFUTED , ACCESSIBLE . FURNISHED ROOMS 261 and 263 Wast 42 d St . USDEB ENTIRELY SEW MANAGEMENT . Large and small rooms . Double and single . By day or week . Close to Principal Theatres and Booking Agents . Special terms for the profession . . ¦¦ ¦ - ¦ -
Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
BOUSOUETHOUSE -.,.. » . -: ¦ ,-,. 1 . . .. 159 W . &lt; 4 th « ... :,.. ri ¦ : ¦ . -, - CAPE AMD BE 8 TAUBAHT . : r : [ fiTelephone , 1633 : tBryant . ! ; . . . . Lunch 40 c ., Dinner 60 c ., wine Included . Malson recommandaux artistes . Boom an aBoard . 0 . BITOrBB , Prop ROUX HOUSE 110 W . 47 ih St ., Sew York . Booms and board . Table dHote . Lunch 46 c . Dinner 60 c . Cuisine Prancalse ., FURNISHED ROOMS CATER TO BBOFESSIOBALS . Close to 1 all Theatres . Modern &lt; Improvement * . Single and Double Booms . ( 328 WEST 46 th STREET SEW 70 BX . . ¦ - &lt; _ UBS . PHEKEY . THE BRICK-Reglitered W . R . Hotel ; 816 Cor . Kill and Linn Bts ,. ITHACA , H . , Y . i Speciar Attention to Vaudeville Artists . Amer . plan . Modern improvements . $ 1 . 00 per day . : MRS . FPLKEBSON , Proprietress . - ¦ ¦ I , When in SEW TOBK Stop at ELEANORREVERES 219 W . ^ BthST . Rooms heated , hot and cold water ; reasonable rates . Just off . Broadway and • convenient to Times S...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
PLACES FOR ARTISTS TO STOP J NEW YORK CITY . IfJephone . 554-555 Bryant GfiLo Headquarters : 776 8 tfc Ave . EDMONDS Furnished Apartments The Only Apartment Catering Exdusively to the Profession 754-756 and 776-778-780 Sth AVENUE ONE BLOCK TO TIMES SaHABE NEW YORK CITT Private Bath , Rates to Suit Everybody , Private Phone Ia Each Apartment Headquarters for Vaudeville Artists . LOUIS EDMONDS , Mgr . .,. , :. DELICATESSEN &amp; GROCERA 7 EDMONDS APARTMENTS BLDG , 77 « Sth Ave , New York X FRED HARDING Paa * . - When you want something- Good to Eat , Call 2687 Bryant J . Especially Catering to Theatrical People . Everything- Good to Eat FURNISHED APARTMENTS , Complete for Housekeeping exceptionally clean , three and four room apartment * , porcelain bath , steam heated , hot water ; reasonable rent 335 and 3 SO WEST 43 rd STREET , NEW TOaVK CITY ; . . « nnr « n ¦• fuswir . ncotrraa fjurrnfss W . A . MORTIMERS Oa \ r « k and Ra &gt; a &gt; taauraint 888 WEST 47 ...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
W % ? N New York SZT rns NEW FUZE-PROOF NAVARRE Seventh Ave . A SStli Street BUSINESSMEN FAMILIES TOUMSTS Maximum of Luxury fit Minimum of Colt . - ACCESSIBLE- QUIET-ELEGANT Wtthm Five MauHe . Walk of TW Shop , and dubs . 300 Feet Wert of Broadway . . New Dutch Grill Roonu . Large * in the Ciry . Efcctoc Cut pa » Hotd to all Raiboadl . EUROPEON PLAN $ 1 . 50 per Day $ 2 . 00 per Day WITHOUT BATH WITH BATH 3 Suites , $ 3 . 50 and upwards SEND FOR COLORED MAP OF NEW YORK EDOAR T .-SMITH , Managing : Director Plaza Hotel . Chicago , under tame mmDafiemenL . THE NEWPORT 804 W . B 8 d ST ., Bet . 7 th AVE . and BWAY . ¦ Furnished- rooms ,-where professional Is made to feel at home . Bates : 82 . 60 to 83 . 50 single , $ 5 . 00 to SS . 00 double . Private baths . Pianos In rooms If desired . MBS . II . J . OLINGBB . FURNISHED ROOMS With light housekeeping facilities at . , 250 W . 43 rd STREET , NEW YORK COT Also Large and Small Booms , Double and Single . Phone Bryant 7882 . Miss Margare...
FOX NOW PLANS HIP [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
FOX NOW PLANS HIP William Fox continues to expand . He now announces the consummation of a realty deal which will give New York a vaudeville Hippodrome , after the fashion of the big house in St . Louis , which is rolling up wealth for Frank Talbot . The entire block bounded by St . Nicholas avenue , Broadway and 165 th and 166 th streets will be devoted to- a structure of mammoth seating capacity , bearing a roof garden , upon which work will immediately begin . The consideration named in the transaction is $ 750 , 000 . It is planned to have a seating capacity of 2 , 800 : Next Monday evening Mr . Fox will start his vaudeville system in New England at the Grand opera house , New Haven . He has leased the house from Henry B : Harris for a term of years . Six acts and pictures will obtain as the program . He has already leased the Gilmore , Springfield , as noted last week , and asserts that he will eventually have a compact circuit of theaters in the principal New England cities .<...
AFTER TWELVE YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
AFTER TWELVE YEARS Celest &gt; the exponent of grace and skill upon the wire , opened at Loew s American last Monday and scored an immediate success . . This was his first appearance in New York since 1900 , although ; during that time , he has played throughout the United States and has made a few European tours . By a strange coincidence the stage manager at the American was stage manager at Tony Pastor s when Celest last appeared on this island twelve years ago .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
COLUMBIA CIRCUIT . Week of Tan . 22 . EMPIRE CIRCUIT . | Golden Crook . Gayety , Pittsburgh . Dreamland Bur- Gayety , Washington , iesquers . Crackerjack * . Gayety , Baltimore . Bbn Tons . Gayety , Philadelphia . Bowery Burlesquers . Olympic , New York . | Vanity Fair . Gayety , Brooklyn . I Merry Whirl . Albany-Schenectady . \ Columbia Burlesquers . Gayety , Boston . College Girls ; Westminster-Provi-dence . Rose Sydeli s . Springfield-Worcester . Painting the Town . Murray Hill , New i York . • ¦ Midnight . Maidens . Hurtig &amp; Seamon s , New York . : Big Banner Show . Empire , Hoboken . Runaway Girls . Gayety , Newark . , Reeves Beauty Show . Star , Brooklyn . ! Jersey Lilies . Casino , Philadelphia . j Trocadero Bur- Columbia , New York Iesquers . Knickerbockers . Casino , Boston . Lovemakera . Open Week . Robinson Crusoe SchenecWdy-Aibany . Girls . Star &amp; Garter . Corinthian , Rochester . Belles of the Boule- Garden , Buffalo . vard . World of Pleasure . ...
BECK STARTS WORK [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
BECK STARTS WORK Martin Beck showed conclusively that he was not bluffing , about his new Palace theater , by starting work on the demolition of the buildings on both the Broadway and Forty-seventh street plots on Jan . 15 . Rapid work is being done and the plots will both be cleared in a day or two . The architects of the building promise that the new house will be ready to open in September . A large sign on the Broadway site tells the passers-by that the Palace theater is being erected there . According to the plans filed the new structure will be ten stories high , on the front lot , and will contain offices in that section . The theater proper will be 100 x 140 feet in size . Through the Anglo-Californian Bank , of San Francisco , it is announced , Martin Beck has financed a $ 5 , 000 , 000 syndicate for the operation of the new Palace music halls in Chicago and New York City . The Schlitz Brewing Co ., of Milwaukee , and Herman Fehr , it is reported , are interested in the cor...
ONE LESS FOR VAUDE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
ONE LESS FOR VAUDE LYNN , Mass .. Jan . 15 . —This is the final week of vaudeville at the Central Square , one of three houses which have been playing variety shows . Next Monday comic and grand opera bills will hold attention with Wm . Rolfe , Clara Lane and J . K . Murray at the head of a stock organization . The Mikado will be the opening bill . Two performances will be given daily at 10-20-30 cents .
Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
HOTEL PLYMOUTH EUROPEAN PLAN 38 th Street , M . m and sth km ., N . Y . City New Fire-Proof Building A Stone s Throw From Broadway Notice the Rates 81 . 00 and 81 . 85 single , 81 . 80 and 81 . 75 double , with private bathroom $ 1 . 80 single , 82 . 00 double , Very low weekly rates . Steam heat , hot and cold running water , and- long distance telephone in every room . Restaurant a Ia carte . Olub breakfasts . Our 40 c . table DHote dinner from noon until 8 p . m . is the talk of the town . | . Phone Murray Hill 1580 . T . SINNOTT , Mgr . THE MVIOIMF-ORT 40 th ST ., BETWEEN BBOADWAT AND SIXTH AVE . Berated to Theatrical People . Over 100 Booms . Steam Heat , Hot Water Baths . House Just Veen decorated aad refurnished ; Excellent table , ONE DOLLAR PEE SAT TO . JVlr . sand JVara * . C J . ivaonfort Formerly ef 807 E . 14 th St IOWA . REVERE HOTEL CLINTON , IA . European Plan . Bates , 50 cents and up . Electric Lights , Baths , Steam Heat One half block from Family Theater . HOTEL ...