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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
CJACKRICH JlSK ^ SffW Wishes to announce to his many friends and acquaintJKEM |§ £ J Y ances . that he is now comfortably located at the Mono- ¦ HRs ^ lith Building , 45 West 34 th street , New York City , fKV ^ with the Wheatley Heights Estates Company , and would M ^ , / J like to hear or see any of those desiring to get in on AT ¦ _) the ground floor of the best Real Estate proposition iv ^ i ^ now on the market . i \ ^ l \ A W 0 RD T 0 THE WISE . If you dont believe j \ »^ ) me ask Jas . Mclntyre of Mclntyre and Heath , or Mc- / , _ X »&gt;( Walters and Tyson ; others on demand . Get in touch C-rV ^ iwV quick if you re wise . WrEC.JACKRICHaboutit W y Suite 701 VAUDEVILLE COLLECTION AGENCY S 2 -4 9 BRYANT * 1493 Broadway $° 2 ™ N . Y . City ( J Superior facilities for collecting claims and debts due by vaudeville managers , actors and agents . CJ Prompt and efficient service . No charge unless collections are made . DoYouWeedCOSTUMES? Let us sand you our illustrated Catal...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
HARRYHANDY ECCENTRIC JUGGLER . The Man With the Pants . Originator . , ¦ ¦ :. : ¦ ¦ ¦ . . .. tm ¦ . ; . . . JUNIE McCR . EE Care of White Bats , New York , N . Y . MALDE NS COMEDY MARIMBA BAND Per . address , 542 EAST 138 th ST ., NEW YOBK . GEO.NIBLOandHELENSPENCER SINGERS AND DANCERS . CMS . TERMS uo CO . in his own Copyrighted Playlet , THEPREACHEB ANDTHB MAN . Now on its 600 performance . Season 1911-1012 . Add ., White . Bats , 1653 Broadway , N . Y . City .
SAN FRANCISCO [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
SAN FRANCISCO By WALTER J . TALBOT Office of THE PLAYER , - Continental Hotel , Ellis Street , near Powell The unprecedented success of Zoe Barnett in John C . Fisher s beautiful production of The Red Rose v has been the talk of the town , and the business at the Columbia has taken an upward leap that can only be credited to the tremendous r / opularity of the little star who has returned to us . to reap the reward of her hard work while a member of the Princess stock company , where she first won success . Without exception the newspapers have accorded her a personal triumph which is really merited . She has been fortunate in being surrounded by an excellent cast of Broadway favorites , few of whom , with the possible exception of Joseph W . Standish and Maurice Darcy , having ever played in Frisco before . Mr . Darcy has been prominently identified with Kolb &amp; Dill as well as having played in the Tivoli , while Mr . Standish has been coming here for many years with Kat...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
1BILLYDOSS The tty frwi Toneistt ¦ I dont play f » -W * t *?** bat I am always ynaVag • slow , you h-u-s-h ! -Permanent address , 1658 Broadway , Hew York * H THE GBEAT CLEVELAND TROUPE World s Greatest Cyclists , Perm , address , 424 Ames St ., ^^__^^^___ Rochester , IT . T . j » HENNINGS , tt . LEWIS A CO . ^ B ^?^^ in the RoarlngComedy 3 flX MIXED DRINKS Ba ^ j Playing United Time « TJ B 2 B * Great Henri French , Agent TOMY MMRt ( Moat * , anjtt . tmVn ml PssMc fl-am tea , ftpim tastH . WHITTLE Ventriloquist It will pay yon to get this act during the campaign ... pfgfTfl3MARX J 3Trocadcro3 tRip Comedy , Eccentric and - Straight Buurinc . JOE BINE , fefreoMne 155 S Broadway , Hew York City . ¦ m n In-NNNNNNNNNa -NNNNNNNNNNiBR IVANCELLO THE MAN -WITH THE BARREL Vaudevilles ..- , ,-..- Host Finished Novelty Perm . Address I -WHITE BATS , CHI 0 A 8 O IALWARDA ; r-i The , legitimate successor £ 5 ** - 11 III tfTEUI HtlOO I THE IHBBf UUY
PHILADELPHIA [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
PHILADELPHIA Bell Phone : Filbert 44-20 By BOB WATT No . 261 So . 9 th St . Last week started off bad , but wound up in a blaze of glory , every theater in the city selling out on Saturday , at both performances . Things would be all right now if managers could only ring in two or three Saturday ! in every week . There seems to be a desire on the part of the public to spend money for amusements , and they do so readily if the weather is not so bad as to make , the trip to the theater a task instead of a pleasure . Cold weather does not affect the attendance , but rain and snow does . Our street car service is not of the best , and as many of our people live a great distance from the theaters they are compelled to use these conveyances , instead of taxi-cabs or carriages . All of the first-class houses had a good week , Every Woman and The Commuters doing particularly well . The latter has settled down for a long run at the Walnut , and it looks possible that it will run the balance ...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
llll TO r i nnilOnil Leaving the Management of the Palace Theatre . Illl r V P AnllnlXllnl Would be Pleased to Hear From All UULLO Li nllUllOUl I ] AGENTS who have the Handling of Acts , TUEATDIPJll CNTEDPRIQFC ARTISTES desiring TIME . inCAInluAL CHICnrnlOCO READY FOR BUSINESS AT ONCE . Suite 223 Mint Arcade Building will have my own time , on which to place acts , on and after week of February 5 . • PHILADELPHIA .,. ! . . COMEIIW AWD ( SET ACQUAINTED .
MAY BRANCHING OUT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
MAY BRANCHING OUT CHICAGO , Jan . 20 . —At a meeting of the directors of the Empire Amusement company , held in Chicago last week , it was decided that the western offices of that concern will hereafter be located with those occupied b y Earl J . Cox , of the Metropolitan Booking Office . May Fennessey will , as heretofore , be in full charge of the Empire Co ; s western affairs , and in addition to burlesque matters , will make a specialty of parks and kindred amusements .
LITTLE WOMEN" SCORES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
LITTLE WOMEN SCORES WILKES-BARBE , Pa ., Jan . 20 . —William A . Brady has a hit in the new dramatization of Louisa M . Alcotts Little Women . It was first produced here this afternoon and everybody is delighted with it . The dramatization was made by Marian De Forest , of Buffalo , N . Y . After the performance large groups of people stood in the lobby of the theater for an hour and spoke in praise of the production .
SAMUEL IS BOWLING ALONG [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
SAMUEL IS BOWLING ALONG Tidings of good cheer come from Sam J . Curtis &amp; Co ., originators of school acts in vaudeville , that prosperity attends them in their Eastern bookings . Since Chas . Smith , of Smith &amp; Campbell , has revised and embellished the Curtis act it has taken a renewed &gt; impetus and easily continues in its position in advance of all imitators and nearcompetitors .
DILLINGHAM UNDER KNIFE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
DILLINGHAM UNDER KNIFE Charles Dillingham was taken seriously ill on Jan . 19 while directing a rehearsal of Over the River , at the Globe theater , New York . He was taken to a private sanitarium and an operation for the removal , of gallstones was performed . He is recuperating rapidly and will be able to resume work in a week or two .
LATE TRAINS DELAY ACTS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
LATE TRAINS DELAY ACTS Many reports are received from performers who complain about the lateness of the railroad trains in reaching their destination . Bad weather is assigned as the reason . Last week an act booked to open in Spokane on the Pantages Circuit was delayed five days in transit . Innumerable performers allege that , owing to the lateness of the arrival of trains , they have . lost two and three days a week .
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
KennardsRooms 248 WEST SSth ST . Bates reasonable . Three minute * to subway . Booms for light honsekeepbia-. THEARTHUR 252-254 W . 38 th Street 100 rooms , few vacancies , $ 2 : 60 to IS weekly . Batbs on every floor , steam heat , electric lights . Telephone . • FURNISHEDROOMS 261 and 263 Wast 42 d St . TTNDEK EHTIBEUr REV MAHAOEMBNT . Large and small rooms . Double and single . By day or week . Close to Principal Theatres and Booking Agents . Special terms tor the profession . FURNISHED APARTMENTS 310 W . 48 th BT . 3 and 4 rooms , heated . Complete for housekeeping- Private bath . $ 8 . 00 and $ 9 . 00 per week . Phone Bryant 2367 .
Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
MAISONBOUSQUET 169 W . 44 th ST ., HEW YOBK . CAFE AND BESTAUEAKT . Table DHote . Lunch 40 c , Dinner 60 c ., wine Included . Cuisine Francatse . Boom and Board . O . BIVOIBE , Prop . ROUX HOUSE 110 W . 47 th St ., Hew York . Booms and hoard . Table dBote . Lunch 45 c . Dinner 60 c . Cnlslne Francalse . When in NEW YORK Stop at ELEANOR REVERES * 219 W . 48 th ST . Booms heated , hot and cold water ; reasonable rates . Just off Broadway and convenient to . Times Square . _„ _ FURNISHED ROOMS CATER TO PBOrESSIONAIS . Close to all Theatre * , . Modern Improvements . Single and Double Booms . 326 WEST 46 th STREET NEW YORK . : ¦ . - UBS . FRENZY .
Page 25 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
PLACES FOR ARTISTS TO STOP \ NEW YORK CITY . Tdephwc : 554-555 Bryait gZ ? - He »« Wtrs : 776 8 t * Aye . EDMONDS FamishedApartments TheOnlyApartmentCateringExclusivelytothePretoft 754-T 56 and 776-778-780 Itt AVEMUE rare BLOCK TO TIMES SQUABS NEW YORK CITT •Private Bath , Rates to Suit Ewrybjody , Prtrata Phonr in Bach Apartment Headquarter * for Vaaderul * Artists . LOUIS EDMONDS , Mgr . DELICATESSEN&amp;GROCERV EDMONDS APARTMENTS BLDO , 776 8 th A *** , New York JL FRED HARDING Pee * . When you want something flood to - Eat ; Call 2687 Bryant . EnoecimUv Ceterin * to Theatrical People . Ererythlnr flood to Eat FURNISHEDAPARTMENTS,CompleteforMfkm exceptionally clean , three and four room apartment * , porcelain bath , steam heated , hot water ; reasonable rent 335 end 330 WEST 43 rd . STREET , NEW TORK CITT onn-BLOCK tO HOABWAT . WMTM TaMlTMSt . W.A.MORTIMERS Gemfe * and Raataurant 888 WEST 47 th BT . Just round the corner from Broadway . COOKSPLACE 270 W . 39 th Street No...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
w % ? NGW Yorte 8 ^ THE NEW FERE-PROOF NAVARRE Seventh . Ave . « SSth . Street BUSINESSMEN FAMILIES TOUWSTS Maximum of Luxury * t Minimum of Coat * ACCESSI BtE-GJUl ET-fcLEGANT •Within Five Mianta * Walk , of TKeates . Shops and Qui * 300 Feet We * of BradWi _ . New Dutch GriB Room . . Lariat m meCir /; EJectnc CMS * pan Hotel ferau-Ruhtwk EUROPEON PLAN $ 1 . 50 per Day $ 2 . 00 per Day ; WITHOUT BATH WITH BATH j Suites , $ 3 . 50 and upwards SEND FOR COLORED MAP OF NEW YORK EDGAR T . SMITH , Managing Director Plata Hotel Chicaao . under tame management . THB iSe-iAfI ^ ORT 20 * W . SSd ST ; , Bet 7 th AVE . and BWAY . Furnished rooms , where professional is made to feel at home : Bates : S 2 . 50 to $ 3 : 50 single , $ 5 . 00 to $ 8 . 00 double . Private baths : Pianosin rooms If desired . MBS . M . J . OIJNOBB . FURNISHED ROOMS With light housekeeping facilities at ISa W . 43 rd STREET , NEW YORK CRT Also Large and Small Booms , Double and Single . Phone Bryant 7882 . Mist Margare...