Elephind.com contains 16,627 items from Player
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Feminine Fancies and Foibles [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
Feminine Fancies and Foibles By Cady Whaley SHOPPING for two or three hundred people at a time is a little different from purchasing what my lady wishes for her own wardrobe , is the conclusion I arrived at after investigating how the large musical comedy and burlesque companies are supplied , as well as individual players and performers , who must have a good supply of each article and must , know where they can get an exact duplicate on short notice . Among other people in the city , the John Daniels concern are large importers and retailers of silks , satins , tights , etc . For example , they take an order , or receive the plates , and fit out a whole chorus , or all the show girls , with tights , stockings , and satin , for dresses and the same for shoes , parasols , gloves and everything to match . From plates they make up the hats desired . If the stockings , gloves , or silks or satins are not the shade wanted , they dye them the color desired . Then they have gold and silve...
PLAYING SMALL TIME [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
PLAYING SMALL TIME By AL . F . HAHBIS . As one who has played the small time , both of years ago , known as the concert halls , and that of the present day , I speak not only as an experienced artist , but from close observation of theatricals in general . While I de-plore-the fact , it is the truth that many cases of mistreatment reported by . artists are directly due to their own poor judgment or misbehavior . I have-on several occasions happened in different theatres-on . Monday morning waiting for rehearsal when some act came in , looked the house over , and , regardless of who was standing- around , - remark : Gee , what a dump I Dont lets work it . Right then and there you ve started something . The manager hears of it and naturally he has a chip on his shoulder , and you wonder what makes him grouchy . I saw one act cancelled before they opened for this same remark . The manager wanted to know if they really meant it when they said , Don t lets work it . But they didnt mean i...
Getting "Fat "—The Stage Woman ' s Worry , [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
Getting Fat —The Stage Woman s Worry , 4 JTJHINA &amp; CO . were seen at : the Alhambra m ~ the past week in their singing and dancing act , which is new to New York . Phina , known throughout the West or nearly everywhere except here , as Josephine Gassman , and her picks , put on a novel and clever act , consisting of solos and neat dances by the three pickaninnies and by Phina , who is graceful of figure , a smart ; dresser and one whose years of professional experience make her an adept in putting over a song and dance in finished style . Irene , the older pick , is quite a young woman now , having been with Miss . Gassman for fourteen years ; the next younger is Mary , who is now quite a good-sized girl , and the rather tiny youngster , Bill Bailey . All are New Zealanders . Irene has a beautiful natural voice , and the other two are good . dancers . Phina wore- two stunning gowns , made by Keller , of Chicago . The first was a rose-pink satin , ankle length , with over...
OPERATIC ASPIRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
OPERATIC ASPIRATIONS Rumor hath it that Percy G .. Williams has an ambition , to follow Oscar Hammerstein as an operatic impresario . These have been caused by his finding of a new robusto tenor in the person of-Cesare Neri , a 22-year-old Italian , who has only been in this country three years . Mr . Williams found this boy with a marvelous voice singing in a picture theater in Christy street , on the East Side of New York , and was so pleased with the range and quality of his voice that he has booked him over his circuit . As soon as he completes this tour he will be sent to Europe for a thorough training of his voice . He is already being called the East Side Caruso .
JUST TEN YEARS OLD [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
JUST TEN YEARS OLD NEWARK , N . J ., Jan . 22 . —Proctors theater is celebrating its tenth anniversary this week and an unusual bill has been gotten together for the occasion . The house was crowded at both performances today , and the management received many congratulations on the success of this vaudeville theater during its ten years of existence . The big anniversary bill was made up of the following people : The Five Satsudas ; Willette Whittaker ; Rayno s Bull Terriers ; Fay , Two Coleys &amp; Fay ; Homer Lind &amp; Co . ; Belle Baker ; William H . Thompson &amp; Co . ; Bert Fitzgibbons ; Charles Ahearn Troupe .
DOING THE RIGHT THING [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
DOING THE RIGHT THING From Thomas Aj _ Moser we have received a . communication requesting enlightenment on the subject of the Yankee Comedy Four . Mr . Moser is manager of an act which has adopted that title , but before using it he would like to know if there is another act using it . In that event he would like to adopt the title of the Mikado Four , if that is not already appropriated . If there are at present any artists using these titles he would like to hear of it , that he may adopt a name which will not infringe upon anybody . These honorable methods invite admiration for Mr . Moser , and if they were adopted by some others the conflict of names and titles among professionals would soon be eliminated .
RECEIVER FOR PARK [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
RECEIVER FOR PARK CHICAGO , Jan . 23 . —The Appellate Court has handed down a decision sustaining the action of Judge Charles M . Walker in appointing Howard Hews as receiver for the Riverview Park Co ; and the Fidelity Amusement Co . Hews was . appointed last October on the recommendation of Master in Chancery Zeisler . Attorneys for the company appealed the case , attacking the right of the court to appoint a receiver without notice . The bill filed in Judge Walker s court charged conspiracy by Paul W . Cooper , president , Nicholas P . Valerius , vice-president , and William M , Johnson .
Mixed Melodies [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
Mixed Melodies A Drama in Two Acts THE CAST ( To Be Cast Out or Not to Be Cast Out , That Is the Question ) The Family Upstairs .... By Themselves The Roses ¦ . . Forced to War TIME—The Era of Ragtime PLACE—Chicago , where anything is likely to happen CHICAGO , Jan ; 17 . —High and clear fhe fullj , mellow baritone voicfe- of the * family upstairs bobmetf out on the still night air : My good sword ; carves the casques of men ? My tough-lance tfusteth sure ; My strength is as the strength of- ten , Because my heart is pure : The night air is : always still at 7227 Miehigan avenue . At that number lives William H . Arnold , his wife arid two children . Arnold is a tenant in the building . Another tenant is William H . Rose , owner of this apartments . Because my hc-ar-t is pu-u-u-: re . Again-Arnolds baritone floated out into the night . Belowstairs , Rose , Mrs . Rose and two small buds how blooming into Roses , stirred restlessly . Boss Rose was snoring on his back ., Mrs ; Boss Ros...
SMALL BLAZE FRIGHTENS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
SMALL BLAZE FRIGHTENS PHILADELPHIA , Jan . 21 . —A small blaze in a theatrical boarding house at . -206 North Franklin street , early this morning , gave the . members . of two burlesque companies stopping there a bad fright : It was quickly extinguished . . Edith Caruse , a chorus girl with the Folies company , fainted arid fell down a flight of stairs . She was riot badly hurt .
MISSING GIRL DISCLOSED [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
MISSING GIRL DISCLOSED Louise M . Straehan , a young society woman of Brooklyn , disappeared from her home after Tier graduation from Vassar college last June . Now her father states that she has been on the stage all these months and will adopt that as her life work She is now touring with Lulu Glaser in Miss Dudel-. sack , and has adopted as her stage name Louise Malcolm .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
MANAGERSTAKENOTICE ARTHUR HARRY WILLIAMSWESTON ARE REPLACING GALIfGHm&amp;SHEAN IN THE BIO BANNER SHOW WEEK OF JAN . » , HURTIG 6 SEAMONS MUSIC HALL . INTRODUCING A NEW VAUDEVILLE OFFERING ¦ Why I am always -working . I do my own act ; not some one else s . JOHNNIEREILLY Scenic Temple , Waltham , Mass ., Week Tan . 22 . NewAct Mr . Emile Miss Lita CROTTONSKREMKA ( From The Crolton Brothers ) ( From The Skremka Sisters ) SENSATIONALNOVELTY Gymnastic,Acrobatic, PosingandCartoonistAct Carry own rich scenery . 1000 lbs . of luggage .
PICTORIAL NEWS FROM MANY ARTISTS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
PICTORIAL NEWS FROM MANY ARTISTS In this group of photographs are shown artists pictured in many climes . The photographs are of various kinds and the engraver has managed to produce some rather good results from pictures often crude but clear enough to be recognizable . The fact that they have been submitted from both sides of the world proves the wide scope of friendship of the artists for their favorite newspaper . In Group A the occupants of characteristic jinrickshas are George Harris and Edythe Vernon ( Harris &amp; Vernon ) who are now in China , having recently finished an eleven-month tour of Australia and New Zealand , over the Rickards , Brennan and Fuller circuits . In China they are playing the Ramos &amp; Ramos time , which includes the . cities of Shanghai , Hong Kong and Tientsin . Mr . Harris is pictured with a copy of THE PLAYER in his hand and Miss Vernon is displaying a copy of The Mirror , a Shanghai publication . of which Mark Hanna ( standing ,...
'SWIPES" BOSS'S WIFE FOR UNPAID SALARY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
SWIPES BOSSS WIFE FOR UNPAID SALARY Advance Agent Gets Even with Manager , but Lands in Jail . CHICAGO , Jan . 21 . —Before she married A . M . Roberts , a theatrical promoter , Mrs . Roberts was Miss Louise Weisheit , a teacher in a Peru , Ind ., church choir . But when she and Roberts were spliced she became Mr . Roberts orchestry director . A few days ago in Mayfield , Ky ., Mr . Roberts show succumbed to the inexorable law of supply and demand . Fred B . Williams at that time was an advance agent for Mr . Roberts show . F . B . alleges that A . M . owes him $ 650 back salary , a sum from which no selfrespecting advance agent may dare sever himself . Mr . Roberts couldn t pay Mr . Williams—not then , anyway . Then Williams , it is said , sought security for the indebtedness owing him from Roberts . So , finding nothing better available , F . B . tucked A . M . s orchestry director beneath his arm—and fled northward . Roberts , sad , somewhat disheartened , the burden _ of his rec...
NEW ONE IN OHIO [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
NEW ONE IN OHIO ZANESVTLLE , O ., Jan . 22 . —Samuel Weller , owner of the Weller . theater iirthis city , has arranged to build a new . theater and office building , at an expense of . $ 60 , 000 . The new house will , haye a seating capacity of 800 , arid work will be started at once . It is hoped to have the house finished by April 15 . Clyde Quimby , manager of the Casino theater , has leased the new house . His lease of his present house expires April 1 , and he hopes to be able to open the new house two weeks after that date .
SHE'S NEAT , NATTY AND NIFTY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
SHES NEAT , NATTY AND NIFTY This is a portrait of Nona Sterling , a pretty girl who is winning her way to the hearts of vaudeville audiences in the Middle West as a member of the chatter , song and patter pair , Williams &amp; Sterling . Not alone is she pleasing to look upon , but she « a talented and magnetic Miss of the type which makes vaudeville a worthy element in the scheme of public amusement .