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PAPER CHANGES HANDS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

PAPER CHANGES HANDS ESTHERVTLLE , la ., Jan . 22 . —The Opera House Reporter , a well-known theatrical paper , the organ of small companies playing through the Middle West , has been sold by James S . Cox to Will H . Bruno , an actor and advance agent . . Mr . Cox will retain his scene painting plant in this town . The paper is fourteen years of age , and is a welcome visitor to many companies who cannot . secure the larger theatrical weeklies .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LEFT HUBBY FOR STAGE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

LEFT HUBBY FOR STAGE ATLANTIC CITY , N . J ., Jan . 22 . —In his application for divorce Charles Dowdal , of this city states , that his wife , Dorothy Bessie Dowdal , prefers the glamour of the footlights to home life . She is now supposed to be traveling with a company in California .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AN "ANGEL" PINCHED [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

AN ANGEL PINCHED CHICAGO , Jan . 21 ., —Robin C . Fargason , who had the proverbial horse choking roll , came to Chicago - several days ago and passed hiiriself off as the offspring of a wealthy Jacksonville , Fla ., railroad magnate . -Robin s roll assumed the proportions of $ 7 , 000 . I want to engage in the theatrical business , said Robin , merely as a pastime . Then Robin started out to be an angel . He interested himself in a tabloid musical comedy entitled The Rube s Dream , in which the leading comedian , Harold Skelley , already had sunk his entire fortune . Robin paid all the bills after he became a volunteer liquidator , to the extent of $ 2 , 000 —that is , including the price of several bottles of fizz water for the chorus ladies , six in number , procured through the kindly intervention of Bernard Granville , associated with his father in the Co-operative Theatrical Association . Just before the show was to be launched , a day before , to be exact , Robin ran foul of ...

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
KINEMACOLOR CHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

KINEMACOLOR CHANGES Announcement of the appointment of Henry J . Brock , president of the Kinemacolor Co ., of Canada , as managing director of the Kinemacolor Co . p i America , has been received with pleasure by the many , people who are acquainted with the abilities of that gentleman . Mr . Brock is well known as one of the leading spirits in moving picture and theatrical ventures , being one of the partners of the Mock-Brock Theatrical Enterprises , of Buffalo , N . Y ., who own and operate numerous theaters in the United States and Canada . Mr . Brock assumed the reins of management this week , and already has made a number of announcements which will be of vast interest to all who are interested in these pictures and the working of the company . He has placed at the head of the booking department one of the best known theatrical men in that line , and all the road companies will be routed by him . The commercial department has been reorganized and will work on the same princip...

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EASY MONEY THIS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

EASY MONEY THIS EVANSVILLE , Ind ., Jan . 22 . —Amusement proriioters secured a lease of a store on Main-street and had plans drawn for the building of a new moving picture house , to be known as the Princess . A local mercantile firm , desiring to secure the building , paid the promoters $ 4 , 000 for the lease , and they immediately gave up the project . DE LUXE MANAGER SUED CHICAGO , Jan . 21 . —The La Salle Theater Co . has instituted suit against Perry J . Keeley , manager of the Dr . De Luxe company , now playing the Illinois theater . The suit asks for the payment of $ 148 said to represent royalties due on The Honeymoon Trail . Jos . M . Gaites Co . is named as garnishee .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ACTRESS SEEKS FREEDOM [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

ACTRESS SEEKS FREEDOM CHICAGO , Jan . 22 . —Charging that her husband , William R . Goodall , has on several occasions severely beat her , Marietta Goodall , of the team of Goodall & Craig , has brought suit for divorce in the superior . court of Cook county . In her bill of complaint she alleges that Goodall beat her unmercifully- on one occasion while they were guests at the Saratoga hotel , knocking her down and strangling her . He also kicked her , as a result of which kicking , she was compelled to undergo aii operation at the American ^ hospital . Other dates of mistreatment are set forth in her petition , New York City and Des Moines being the cities . in :. which she was subjected to harsh treatment at the hands of her husband on various occasions . ¦

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PROMISED FOR ANGEL CITY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

PROMISED FOR ANGEL CITY : Los ANGELES , Cal ., Jan . . 22 . —The Globe Amusement Co ., of this city , has been capitalized for $ 1 , 000 , 000 , ; arid promises to build eight new theaters 1 in this city and adjacent towns . All of these theaters will be of one design . The lower floors will be equipped With opera chairs , the front of the balcony with loges and back of them luxurious chairs for lounging . All of the theaters will have complete stage equipments and will be thoroughly fireproof . Highclass vaudeville and moving pictures will be the policy of all the houses . . The general manager of the company is H . W . Nixon .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FATAL FALL FROM FLIES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

FATAL FALL FROM FLIES EVANSVILLE , Ind ., Jan . 18 . —J . L . Darneal , an extra flyrhari at Well s Bijou theater , fell from the flies last riight and was instantly killed . He had been watching the performance of A Man from Home , and leaned over too . far . He came within an inch of striking Heleri Harvest , the leading lady . William Hodge , the star , was on the stage at the time , and he stopped a panic in the house by ordering the curtain down . Mr . Darneal was a native of Louisville , Ky .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
. CHANCE FOR THE RICH . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

. CHANCE FOR THE RICH . PHILADELPHIA , Jan . 22 . —Victor Herbert in an interview last night stated that most American composers are guilty of plagiarism , the melodies of olden days being particularly noticeable in most compositions . He is in favor of . an institution in this country where young musicians may learn the proper art of composition . He suggests that this be financed by rich men , who now spend their money in equipping parties for archaeological research . Mr . Herbert is to direct the orchestra at the first performance of The Enchantress here tonight .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EVER PLAY THIS ONE ? [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

EVER PLAY THIS ONE ? BEMIDJI , Minn ., Jan . 14 . —Fire last night destroyed half of one of the city blocks and came near sweeping Brinkman s theater out of existence . If it had not been for the bravery and coolness of a number of vaudeville people playing at that theater the hotel where they were stopping and the theater would have been burned to the ground . Jack Elliott , oi Elliott & Fassett , directed the firefighters from the roof of the theater , and Uline . & Rose and Austin & Smith acted as hosemen and also saved much valuable material from the burning houses . .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
STOP "THE PLAYBOY" [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

STOP THE PLAYBOY PITTSBURGH , Jan . 22 . —On account of the rioting in Philadelphia last week , and the fact that The Playboy of the Western World has been ., censured in . every city where it has been , produced the Irish Players will not produce that play tomorrow night as announced . A different bill has been arranged for . Inasmuch as the Players are under indictment in Philadelphia some legal authorities contended that they would be in danger of contempt of court if they produced the play before the trial was held . .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

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Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
What Is Murder [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

What Is Murder A great many people think there is only one form of murder . As a matter of fact , there is infinite variety in the . art of murder . Indignation righteously expressed the . repulsiveness of dynamiting murder in California and elsewhere . It is a fact , however , that for every murder committed in the name or on behalf of labor thousands and tens of thousands are ruthlessly murdered by capital . Pinkertons , at Homestead , murdered innocent men . No library magnanimity will ever purge from the Steel King s escutcheon the stains made by human blood . Starving women and children are being exquisitely murdered in a most refined way every day , in order that aggregated capital and militant captains of industry may clasp half-million dollar ropes of pearl around the perfumed necks of their wives and sweethearts . They may not realize that human blood pays the toll for every pearl Neither did Marie Antoinette know that cake would not feed the starving Parisians when they cr...

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Another Way to Enforce the Employment Agency Law [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

Another Way to Enforce the Employment Agency Law Last week we quoted several sections from the Employment Agency Law . This week we quote the following sections : ARTICLE XI , SEC . 171 , PAR . 6 . The term fee means and includes any money or other valuable consideration paid or promised to be paid for services rendered or to be rendered by any person conducting an employment agency of any kind under the pro visions of this article . Such term , includes any excess of money received by any such person over what has been paid out by him for the transportation , transfer of baggage , or board and lodging for any applicant for employment ; such term also includes the difference between the amount of money received by any such person who furnishes employees , performers or entertainers for circus , vaudeville , theatrical and other entertainments , exhibitions or performances , and the amount paid by him to the said employees , performers or entertainers whom he hires or provides for su...

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

§>LAYER mP PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY White Rats of America Pub . Co ., Inc . Preiident , - Junie McCree Sec-Treaa ., - W . W . Water * AT 1553 BROADWAY NEW YORK CITY Telephones 4635-4636 and 730 Bryant Entered as Second-Class Matter , Jan . 14 , 1010 , at the PostoMcc , New York , under the Act of March 3 , iS ; g . OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE WHITE RATS ACTORS UNION OF AMERICA ( Founded June 1 , 1900 1 I By GEORGE FULLER GOLDEN J AND THE ASSOCIATED ACTRESSES OF AMERICA Affiliated With the American Federation of Lator

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

Walter K . Hill , Editor and Manager All Checks , Drafts , Postal Orders or Express Orders accompanying advertisements or subscriptions should be made payable to the White Rats of America Publishing Co ., Inc . THE PLAYER IS FULLY RETURNABLE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS . SUBSCRIPTION RATES Quarterly . . $ 1 . 00 Annually 4 . 00 Canada 5 . 00 Foreign . . . . . . . 5 . 50 Single Copy 10 cents The Player will be postpaid to a weekly changed address , if desired , at above rates . vol . v January 26 , 1912 No . 8

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

Owned by the Actor , Ran by the Actor , For the Good of the Actor . ARTISTS RATE CARD H Inch single column , 4 times ( 4 . 00 1 Inch 4 times 7 . 50 1 Inch double 4 times 12 . 50 S Inches 4 times 22 . 50 1 Inch across page , 4 times 25 . 00 2 Inches 4 times 50 . 00 8 Inches 4 times ( 54 page ) . 75 . 00 K Page 24 , 00 % Page 45 . 00 1 Page , inside . 80 . 00 1 Page , inside , front or inside baek cover 90 . 00 Back Page 100 . 00 Commercial Bates on Application .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

TUESDAY NIGHT is the latest time for the receipt of new advertisements or alterations in standing announcements to ensure insertion in current issue . The execution of orders received on Wednesday cannot be guaranteed , though every effort will be made to fulfill the wishes of our clients to the best possible . advantage .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

CHICAGO—c . P . MCDONALD , Harry Rose , Advertising Representative , 28 North Fifth Avenue . t ¦ PHILADELPHIABOB WATT , 261 South Ninth Street . Bell Phone : Filbert , 44—20 . SAN FRANCISCOWALTER J . TALBOT , Continental Hotel , Ellis . Street , Near Powell . BOSTONPETER S . McNALLY , 720 Colonial Bldg .

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SCAMPER AT SAN DIEGO [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912

SCAMPER AT SAN DIEGO Immediately after the last show recently , the White Rats and Associated Actresses of America , who were wi that vicinity , met on the stage of the Mirror theater , San Diego , Cal ., and after par- 1 taking of a dainty luncheon which had been prepared by Marie Nelson Putnam , a genuine old time social session was held . Everybody sang a song , spoke a piece , or told a story , and for several hours there was a flow of wit and good cheer that brought the hearts of these mummers closer together . Visiting Rats who were present at the San Diego scamper will all have a warm spot for Messrs . Fulkerson and Edwards who donated the Mirror theater , Marie Nelson Putnam , Bal Balinger and other Mirror attaches , who arranged the affair . During the session , hits were made by Tommy Getz , of Ramona s Marriage Place , Willis West , Kenny & Hollis , Happy Jack George , George S . Best , Bowman Johnson , Harry Woods , Walter Trask , Jack Weatherby and others . ...

Publication Title: Player
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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