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ARTISTS' ROUTES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
ARTISTS ROUTES PERMANENT ADDRESSES will only be published when displayed in this style of type ; one year 85 . 00 . The advertiser will also be entitled to an itinerary free . NOTE . —O . H . means Opera House ; G . O . H ., Grand Opera House . The State last referred to is meant where none is given . * * * Where dates are preceded by an asterisk (*) , it indicates that a split is played arid only the last half is given . _ All Routes must reach this office by Monday evening . The dates must apply to the week following date of issue in which they are to appear . Routes for the week current with date of issue will not be included . There will be no complaint of routes not being used If this request is fully complied with . A—GEORGETTE ARMSTRONG , The World of Pleasure . ADAMS &amp; GUHL , Fox , Aurora , 111 ., 22-27 ; Orpheum , Joliet , 293 . ARNOLD &amp; VALLIERE , Guy Brothers Minstrels . ALPINE TROUPE , Orpheum , Sacramento , Cal ., 22-24 ; Orpheum , San Francisco ...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
MASSACHUSETTS . HOTEL TAXI 408 XBEMONT ST ., BOSTON , MASS . Opposite Castle Square Theatre , Phone Tremont 21 , 689 . Situated in the heart of the city , within a few minutes walk to all theatres . Everything up to date . Booms by day 60- $ 2 . 00 , by the week $ 2 . 00 and up Single , Double 33 . 00 and up . An extra addition to the hotel , containing 80 more rooms , of latest improvements , has been completed exclusively for the theatrical profession , with Parlor . Smoking Room , Baths , etc . STOP AT MSB . THOMASS BEN FRANKUN HOUSE A friend to the Profession for twenty years . Room and Board , $ 5 . 00 , $ 5 . 50 and $ 6 . 00 . 84 Summerset St ., BOSTON , MASS . MARYLAND . NEW THEATRE BALTIMORE Stop at Mrs . W . D . SPARROW 588 N . HOWARD ST . First class in every respect , principally table . WHITE BATS HEADQUARTERS . Auditorium Hotel RALPH LEVY , Proprietor . Rates for Room and Board , 86 , f 7 and 88 per week . 509 North Howard Street , BALTIMORE , MD . HOTEL NACtINAN MOD Na...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
MISSOURI . ST . LOUIS . REGENT HOTEL , 100 N . 14 th LELAND HOTEL , 1414 Market E . E . CAMPBELL , Prop , and Mgr . WHITE RATS HEADQUARTERS . 10 minutes walk to all theatres . WHITE BATS WELCOME AND STOP AX HIPPODROME HOTEL iSft ., ( formerly Hotel Owens ) . Hot and cold water In every room . Rooms with bath , steam heat . Rates : European plan , for summer only , $ 2 . 50 up per week . American plan : In season , single , per week , $ 9 . 00 and $ 10 . 00 ; double , per week , $ 16 . 00 and $ 18 . 00 . Rooms with bath , American plan , double , $ 20 . 00 . H . F . SADEBT . White Rats and A . A . A . Welcome . HOTEL TORNEY J 0 PUN , M 0 . Begistered Hotel . Bates— $ 1 Double , $ 1 . 25 Single . THE CLARKETON HOTEL 728 MATH ST ., JOPLTH , MO . American Plan . 2 blocks Missouri Pacific . Station ; 2 blocks Frisco Station ; 3 blocks all theatres . Will make special rates to all vaudeville performers playing this city . White Rats and A . A . A . please investigate . S . B . CISSNA , Mg...
REGULAR THEATER PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
REGULAR THEATER PARTY The representatives of Hirschberg &amp; Co . . gave a theater party on . Friday evening ,-Jan . 12 , ; at the . Columbia : theater ., New York , where Al . Reeves and his Big Beauty Show , was holding forth . The , party enjoyed the performance immensely , - and- Andy Lewis , the principal comici / put , some laughs oyer on the boys , - causing much merriment , and blushes oh the part of those hit by the quips .. After the , show the party adjoined , to the ; Follies . Bergere ; where they coritunied -their . revelry until the wee 1 hours of the ; morning . ; The party included ,-, W . . BL Reinhart , secretary , ; Messrs .- Cesil , : Wolf ,. J ,. ; Goheh , S ; A . Cdhfl ; Voruter , Levy ; L . Bernard , N . Bernard ; Dryer , [ Strauss , Stern : Stansbury , Davis antd G . Hirschberg /
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
OUR LETTER BOX IMPORTANT NOTICE . —Letters will be advertised in only one issue . They will be--held at this office for three weeks and the * forwarded to the Dead Liter Office , Washington , DiC . 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 mil be advertised with other mail . J .-ATTJ- Apdale , Adams Brothers , Prof . Armand , Milt Adams , The Great Albini . B—B . Beauvere , Broe &amp; Maxim , Bebe Bryant , A . M . Belmar , Rose Burns ,, Black &amp; Leslie , Billie Bernard ,. Barrett &amp; Bette , Ivan Black , H . Bergh , Allen G . Barnes , Bennett &amp; Sterling , J . P . Beyme , Jack Bosworth , Ida Barr ,. Browning &amp; Manning . : ¦ , &lt;&gt;—Curran &amp; Edwards , J . Cosgrove , Johnnie Curico , Dancing Carpenters , Clifford &amp; Burnette ; . Fred Curtes , Harry Cressy , W ...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
OREGON . THE THEATRE CENTRE OF PORTLAND , OREGON . THE CALUMET HOTEL , . 150 PARK ST . Professional rates : $ 0 . 75 single , $ 1 . 00 double . Special rates by the week . &lt; Orpheum iVi blocks . Empress 1 % blocks , Pantages 1 V &gt; blocks , Heillg 2 blocks , Baker 8 blocks , Bungalow 4 blocks . OHIO . European Flan . Rates 50 c , 75 c , $ 1 . 00 , HOTEL MANHATTAN RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION . 885 South-Main Street - ( opp . National Theatre ) , DAYTON , OHIO . One block from Lyric Theatre and Union Station . - • WHERE THE WHITE BATS MEET , THE LEWELLAN MBS .. TED E . PATJST , Prop . 84 WEST STATE ST ., COLUMBUS , OHIO . Special t Professional Hates . Hf AVIIE N 0 TEL ffHf NE mao , « w J , W . MoCORMICK , Prop , 800 — All Outside Rooms — 800 Popular Priced Cafe and Grill . Always Open . . W . R . A . U . Headquarters—Strictly Union . Modern Throughout . Elevator Service . HOTEL UHLAN EUROPEAN . Hot and cold water in each nam . Cer . Market and Ualon Sts ., LIMA , OH...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
PENNSYLVANIA . ; CORKY , PA . ! EUROPEAN HOTEL ! American . Special ¦ Rates to White ^ Rats , i European Plan . Rooms 50 c and up . PRANK LAURIE , Proprietor . CARLTON HOTEL White Rats Headquarters , XHEO . E . TELL , Prop . . . Rates $ 1 . 00 a Day . SARATOGA LUNCH PITTSBURG . B . FISHBL . Opposite Lyceum , Alvin and Gayety Theatres Open Day and Night . Home for White Bats HOTEL PETTY , 1005 Walnut Street , McKEESPOBT , PA , Phone 9073 - McKeesport . -- Home for W . B . and A . A . A . $ 1 . 25 Single . $ L 00 Double . THE OOLOISIVrtJSE V . 916 Chestnut Ave . ( near Post Office ) , ALTOONA , PA Hearty welcome , to White Rats . Amer-, lean Plan , $ 10 weekly without batb , $ 14 . 00 : weekly with bath . Special rate for two persons In room . Free Taxicab service 1 to hotel . WILLIAM , S . SHELLY , Prop . THE CLINTON And Aunt * 415 Perm Ave . ( below Hotel Lincoln ) , 417 Perm Ave . Two blocks from Alvin , Duouesne , Gayety and Lyceum Theatres . ( Home for Whits Bat * . ) - PITTSBURG...
LOOK WHO'S HERE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
LOOK WHOS HERE LONDON , Jan . 16 . —London society and the members of the nobility are all up in arms against the announced appearance of Sir Herbert Tree at a music hall on Jan . 22 . He will be the first titled actor to appear in a variety performance , and it is said that his colleagues , Sir George Alexander and Sir John Hare , regard the new departure as beneath the dignity of a member of the nobility . In addition to this , Sir Robert is chairman of the Theatrical Managers Association , which has heretofore bitterly opposed the competition of the music halls with the legitimate theater . In fact , he was the leader of that movement . In reply to these statements Sir Herbert Tree says his change of opinion has been caused by the action of the lord chamberlain in legalizing the performance of sketches in music halls . Sir Herbert Tree will produce a sketch entitled The Man Who Was , a dramatization of Rudyard Kipling s story , and it is safe to say that the agitation , over his ...
ADDITIONAL CHICAGO COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
ADDITIONAL CHICAGO COMMENT WORK FOR DOROTHY . —J . C . Matthews has been instrumental in placing Dorothy Vaughan on the Pantages Circuit . KEEFE BOOKS MISS ARNOLD . —Florence Arnold , fresh from a victorious tour of the Hodkins Circuit , has received eight weeks of Walter F . Keefe s valuable bookings . COMING , THE ONLY SON . —Winchell Smith s play , The Only Son , which was far from being popular in Gotham , is announced as the probable successor to The Woman when the latter play has outworn its usefulness at the Olympic theater . • IF TITLES IMPLY ANYTHING . —Lottie &amp; Archie have doubled for a new act to be entitled The Maid of Mystery and the Tumbling Fool . There is nothing ambiguous about the selection , of this designation , and if the act lives up to the seductiveness of its title it should prove a wonderfully successful one . CRAWFORDS GETTING BUSINESS .- Don Stuart , who represents the Crawfords in Chicago , has a suite of tastefully furnished and equipped offi...
NEWS OF THE ORDER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
NEWS OF THE ORDER Meeting Held , Tuesday Evening , January 16 Brother Waters remarked that the tearing down of the old buildings on the new clubhouse site had been retarded the past week by the inclement weather , but as all the contractors bids are not entered as yet , there has been no real delay in construction . The stamps and coupon vote books are selling rapidly , though the votes are not being sent in as rapidly as might be expected , considering their fast sale ; someone is probably holding out for a black-horse . In another part of THE PLAYER photos of the three leaders , and information for those interested in the race will be found . There was considerable complaint by many of the brothers of conditions in Philadelphia . Brother Coleman told how much better conditions are there now , however , than , they were even so short a while as a year ago . Brother Kelly remarked that the reason of some of the troubles there was that people work in stores and play dates incidentall...
ENTER BABY CALLAHAN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
ENTER BABY CALLAHAN While Joseph Callahan , a member of the board of directors . W , R . A . U ., was in Boston last Tuesday , attending to business of theif . order , the stork was hovering abov «| his wife s parental home in Germantown , Philadelphia , and finally settled gracefullj ^ Spon the ridge-pole . oiMhe h mansiui . It was found , when tie bird hSd departed , that a little girl Had been added to the family of Callahans , at about o a . m . Thus has there been added a new character to the Callahan transfigurating specialty— A Great Woman of the Future .
REFUSED OSCAR'S OFFER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
REFUSED OSCARS OFFER Caruso has given out a statement that Oscar Hammerstein , on his recent three-day trip here ,-offered him a fabulous sum to sing at his new London opera house on the completion of his engagement here . He refused to accept the engagement , inasmuch as many of the . operas , in which his role is the strongest , are contracted for by other managers in London and that , therefore , he could not be heard in his best roles .
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 19 January 1912
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