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1912 STATE FAIRS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
1912 STATE FAIRS Many theatrical people are interested in the dates of state fairs . The American Association of Fairs and Expositions have agreed upon these dates for 1912 . The dates given are the first Mondays on which the fairs will be held , or , when the fairs do not last a full week , the Monday of the week in which the fair is held : March 18—Pacific Northwest Live Stock Show , Portland , Ore . Aug . 26—Iowa State Fair , Des Monies . Aug . 26—Ohio State Fair , Columbus . Sept 2 . —Minnesota State Fair . Hamline . Sept 2—Nebraska State Fair , Lincoln . Sept . 2—Indiana State Fair , Indianapolis . Sept . 2 . —California State Fair , Sacramento . Sept . 9—South Dakota State Fair , Huron . Sept . 9 . —Wisconsin State Fair , Milwaukee . Sept . 9—Kansas State Fair , Topeka . Sept 9 . —Kentucky State Fair , Louisville . Sept 9 . —West Michigan State Fair , Grand Rapids . Sept 9—Oregon State Fair , Salem . Sept 9—New York State Fair , Syracuse ; Sept 9—Colorado State Fair and . Expo...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
COLUMBIA CIRCUIT . Week of Jan . 29 . EMPIRE CIRCUIT . Dreamland Bur- - Gayer / , Pittsburgh . lesquers . Cr . ekerj . cto . Gayety Winston . Bon Tons . . Gayety , Baltimore . Bowery Burlesquers . Casino , Philadelphia . Vanity Fair . Olympic , New York . Merry Whirl . Gayety , Brooklyn . Columbia Burlesquers . Albany-Schenectady . College Girls . Cuino , Boston . Rose Sydell s . . Westminster-Pro-rf-dence . Painting the Town . Springfield-Worcester . Midnight Maidens .. M yj HiU * New Big Banner Show . **« £ *»•^ J ™ 0 8 Runaway Girls . Empire , Hobokeni Reeves Beauty Show . Gayety , Newark . Jersey Lilies . -. Star , Brooklyn . Trocadero Bur- Gayety , Philadelphia . lesquers . Knickerbockers . Columbia , New York . Lovemakera . Gayety , Boston . Robinson Crusoe Open Week . Girls . Star &amp; Garter . Schenectady-Albany . Belles of the Boule- Corinthian , Rochester . vard . World of Pleasure . Garden , Buffalo . Bastings Big Skow . Gayety , Toronto . Girls from Happy- Gayet...
BUSINESS GOOD IN CINCINNATI , O . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
BUSINESS GOOD IN CINCINNATI , O . CINCINNATI , Jan . 22 . —While many of the combination houses and traveling managers are complaining of business , the vaudeville houses and the Burlesque shows are playing to capacity in old Cincy . In fact , traveling managers tell us that business is better here all the time than in the majority of the cities they visit , but vaudeville and burlesque are capturing the long green right , along . Those who are entertaining us this week are : At B . F . Keith s—Eva Tanguay , Sam Chip and Mary Marble , Edwin Stevens &amp; Co ., including Tina Marshall , in their musical skit , Cousin Kitty ; Johnny Ford , in songs and eccentric dancing , assisted by Roy Barton at the piano ; Hickey s Comedy Circus , Waynee Brothers , Rosa Roma , violin vituoso . The Sullivan &amp; Considine bill at the Empress has Karno s London comedians in A Night in an English Concert Hall , with Charley Chaplin as the inebriated swell ; G . Harris Eldon and Miss B...
S . & 0 . STRENGTHEN IN SALT LAKE . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
S . &amp; 0 . STRENGTHEN IN SALT LAKE . SALT LAKE CITY , Jan . 17 . —The new bill , starting a seven-day engagement today at the Empress , is headlined by Kara , the juggling wizard , Luigi Dell Oro , clever instrumentalist , and the La Verne-Barber Players vying for second honors . Bernard &amp; Arnold , Kennedy 8 c Williams , Mondane Phillips , and Burgos &amp; Clara , complete a bill . one act stronger than the usualEmpress offering ., James Diamond and Clara Nelson , former features of Up and Down Broadway , are headlining this week s Orpheum bill with the Six Bracks , European athletes , close seconds . Edna Esmeralda and Elaine Veola open the show with a set of graceful dances ; Abbott &amp; White , entertainers offering populars songs ; Brown , Harris &amp; Brown , in a conglomeration of song , dance and talk ; Dick Crolius 8 : Co . in the skit , Shortys Elevation , and Mr . and Mrs . Jack McGreevy are the other acts on the program .
Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
NEW YORK CITY . HOTELPLYMOUTH EUROPEAN PLAN 38thStreet, Bei 7 tb aid sib Aves ., N . Y . Gty New Fire-Proof Building A Stone s Throw From Broadway Notices , the Rates $ 1 . 00 and S 1 . 25 single , f 1 . 60 and $ 1 . 75 doable , with private bathroom 11 . 50 single , $ 2 . 00 double , Very low weekly rates . Steam heat , hot and cold running water , and long distance telephone in every room . Bestanrant a la carte . Club breakfasts . Our 40 o . table DHote dinner from noon until 8 p . m . is the talk of the town . Phone Murray Hill 1520 . T . BDfNOTT , Mgr . HOTEL TRAFALGAR 115-11 ? EAST Mth BT . Under new management Bemodelled and refurnished throughout Nice large , warm rooms . W . S . HANKJAN , Prop ., Phone 4640 Stnyvessnt Hear TJnlo * Be , IOWA . REVERE HOTEL CLINTON , IA . European Flan , Bates , 50 cents and up . Electric lights , Baths , Steam HeatT One half Hook from Family Theater , NEW YORK STATE . VICTORIAHOTEL BUFFALO , n . T . WHITE BAT HOTEL , Begisterod . 81 . 00 up ...
ARTISTS' ROUTES | [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
ARTISTS ROUTES | PEBMANENT ADDRESSES will only be pub lished when displayed in this style of type ; one year 85 . 00 . The advertiser will also be entitled to an itinerary tiee . 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 and 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 . Boutes 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 , Orpheum , Joliet , 111 ., 29-3 ; Majestic , Bloomington , 4-10 . ARNOLD &amp; VALLIERE , Guy Brothers . Minstrels . ALPINE TROUPE , Orpheum , Sah Francisco , Cal ., 29-10 . AMERICAN ...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
MASSACHUSETTS . HOTEL TAXI . &lt; 0 S TBEMONT ST . ; BOSTON , MASS . Opposite Castle Square Theatre . Phone Tremont 21 , 688 . -Situated in the heart of the city , within a few minutes , walk- to all theatres . Everything up to date . Booms by day 5 O-S 2 . 00 , by the week $ 2 . 00 and up Single , Doable $ 8 . 00 and np . An extra addition to the hotel , containing 80 more rooms , of latest Improvements , has been completed exclusively for the theatrical profession , with Parlor , Smoking Boom , Baths , etc . STOP AT MBS , THOMASS BEN FRANKUN HOUSE A friend to the Profession for twenty years . Boom and Board , $ 5 . 00 , $ 5 . 50 and $ 6 . 00 . 24 Summerset St ., BOSTON , MASS . ^——————^»»^^»*; MARYLAND . NEW THEATRE BALTIMORE Stop at Mrs . W . 0 . SPARROW 520 N . HOWARD ST . First class in every respect , principally table . WHITE BATS HEADQUABTERS . AuditoriumHotel RALPH LEVY , Proprietor . Bates for Boom and Board , SB , $ 7 and $ 8 per week . 509 North Howard Street , B...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
MISSOURI . BT ; LOUIS . REGENT HOTEL , 100 N . 14 th LELAND HOTEL , U 14 Market 2 . E . CAMPBELL , Prop ,- » j 4 jy » J : WHITE BATS HXABQVABTXB 8 . 10 minutes walk to all theatre * , RULINGSHOTEL Newly Furnished , Steam Heat , e 4 ft . S , E . Cor . 7 th and Walnut Bta ., ST . LOUIS . White Bats and Everybody Welcome . Call and see me . DAVID Q , BILLING ) , Proprietor . WHITE BATS WELCOME AMD STOP AT HIPPODROMEHOtai% ( formerly Hotel Owens ) . Hot and cold water In every room . Booms with bath , steam heat . Bates : European plan , for summer only , $ 2 . 60 up per week . American plan : In season , single , per week , $ 8 . 00 and $ 10 . 00 ; double , per week , $ 16 . 00 and $ 18 . 00 . Booms with bath , American plan , double , $ 20 . 00 . H . P . SADBK . White Bat * and A A A Welcome . HOTELFORNEYJOPLIN,HO Registered Hotel . Bates— $ 1 Double , $ 1 . 25 Single . THE CLARKETON HOTEL 722 MAIN ST ., JOPLIN , MO . American Flan . 2 blocks Missouri Pacific Station ; 2 block * Frisc...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
OUR LETTER BOX IMPORTANT NOTICE . —Letter * will bt advertised in only one issue . They will be held at this office for three weeks and then forwarded to the Deed Letter Office , Washington . D . C . Managers , stage managers and musicians are requested to send to THE PLAYI * any mail addressed to artists , who have left their theaters without leaving forwarding address . It will be advertised with other mail . A—The Alohikeas , Inez Allen , Graycia Acton , Allor &amp; Harrington , Hilton J . Arnsman . B—Brown &amp; Small , Braddock &amp; Leighton , Elmer Beard , Win . F . Bowerman , J . L . Beeson , Ball &amp; Marshall , Daniel L . Bartlett , The Four Benos , Giles Button , Mr . and Mrs . Turkey Boyd , Babe Butler , Jack Boyle , Binney &amp; Chapman , Professor Harry Burke &amp; Chum . C—Charles Sandy Chapman , Lillian Carter , Lillie Castellane , Clever Conkey , John Corcoran . D—Mittu Dumitrescu , Billy Doss , 4 Flying Dordeens , Du...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
PENNSyLVAljIIA . CORKY , PA . EUROPEAN HOTEL , American . -Special Bate , to White Bats , European Plan , -Boom . 60 c . and np . FRANK LAURIE , Proprietor , OREGON . THE THEATRE CENTRE OF PORTLAND , OREGON . THE CALUMET HOTEL 150 PABK ST . Professional rates : $ 0 . 75 single , Sl . OQ double . Special rates by the . week . . Orpheum 1 V &gt; blocks ; Empress l * ta blocks , Pantajres la . blocks , Heilig 2 blocks , Baker 8 blocks , Bungalow 4 blocks . WrLKEB-BARBE , PA . CARLTON HOTEL White Bat * Headquarter .. THEO . E . TELL , Prop . Rate . SLOP- a Pay . OHIO . European Plan . Bate * 60 c , 75 a , 11 . 00 . HOTEL MANHATTAN BESTAUBANT IN CONNECTION . 285 South Main Street ( opp . National . Theatre ) , DAYTON , OHIO . One block from Lyric Theatre and Union Station . SARATOGA LUNCH PITTSBURG . E , FISBEL , Opposite Lyceum , Alvln and Gayety Theatres . Open Day and Night . Home for White Bats . HOTEL PETTY 1005 Walnut Street , McKEESPORT , PA Phone 9073 McKeesport . Home fo...
NEWS OF THE QRJ ) ER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
NEWS OF THE QRJ ) ER Meeting Held , Tuesday Evening , January 23 Brother Deveaux suggested-the Board of Directors devise some means of doing away with a middleman in the booking of entertainments given by union organizations . There are from 80 to 100 such entertainments given during the season in New York where the agent gets the difference between his charge for the bill and what he pays the acts . This , he thought , could be saved if acts could book direct . Brother Cooke said the , Board had given this much consideration but found it evolves itself into having a salesman to sell the acts to entertainment committees , meaning a man who could say what he thought a good act and what not , which would breed dissension and soon work toward disrupting the order . He- added if any member had any plan whereby this dissension could be eliminated the Board would be pleased to hear of it any time . Brother Chevalier suggested that we find one agent now in business and give him the charge ...
WESTERN INTERESTS ELECT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
WESTERN INTERESTS ELECT The annual meeting of- the Kohl &amp; Castle companies was held Monday in Chicago with all stock represented . Elections : George Castle , Mrs . Caroline Kohl , Martin Beck , M . C . Anderson , Charles Kohl , Jr ., directors ; officers : George Castle , president ; Martin Beck , vice-president ; Charles E . Kohl , Jr ., secretary-treasurer . Lyman B . Glover continues general manager . The annual meeting of the Western Vaudeville Managers Association was also held Monday , and the same directors , as above , elected . Officers : Martin Beck , president ; George Castle , vice-president ; Charles E . Bray , secretary-treasurer . Mr . Bray continues general manager of the booking association .
CORT IN NEW Y ; ORK [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
CORT IN NEW Y ; ORK John Cort , the Western manager , who has confined his operating of theaters to- cities in the West , has _ completed arrangements for the building of a theater in New York . He has leased from Edward H . Corey a new theater , which the latter will erect on Fortyeighth street , opposite Brady s Playhouse . The lease is for twenty-one years , and the house will , be , called Corfs Theater : The work bf v erecting the new house will be started at once , and it is expected that the house , will . be ready to open by September .
JIMMIE IS WELL AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
JIMMIE IS WELL AGAIN Here is the latest picture , of Jimmie , taken Jan . J 3 ... 1912 , at his home , -Sea Cate , Coney Island . The Gee-gee was presented to him bv his loving friends , Kendis &amp; Paley , during his recent illness , and is hereby gratefully acknowledged by his happy parents , Sam Rice and Lulu Beeson , who take this means of informing the many friends who haveinquired that Jimmie is better and fast , getting well again . •-
IRISH PLAYERS FREED [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
IRISH PLAYERS FREED PHILADELPHIA , Jan . 23 . —The eleven Irish Players , who were held for court last week , on the charge of giving a sacreligious play , were discharged today on the writ of habeas corpus brought by their lawyers . In dismissing the case the judge of the court gave no reason for his action . In the arguments for their release the attorneys claimed , that the weight of proof was in favor pj ; the play , The Playboy of the WfepteSn World . ¦¦ ¦ ¦ - . ¦ it
THEATER FOR 43 YEAR & [Newspaper Article] — Player — 26 January 1912
THEATER FOR 43 YEAR &amp; HARTFORD , Conn ., Jan . 22 . —The . Hartford theater will celebrate its . forty-third anniversary this week . For forty ? ye ^ rs it was known as Robert s opera house , and all the big stars of olden days have played in the house . To celebrate the anniversary Manager Dean has filled the lobby with pictures of old-time performers , programs , etc ., and the exhibit is drawing a big crowd .