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Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
JESSIE RELLAR VENUS ON WHEELS Assisted hy TOMMY WEIR . THIS WEEK AT HAMMEBSTEINS . Direction , H . B . MABINELLO , LTD . I ^ s ^^ -s ^ . ^^^^^™^^^ ^^^™^ ^™™^™ ^^™^^™^^^^^ NOTICE 41 BEGINNING JANUARY 1 , 19 I 2 THE INITIATION FEE OF THE WHITE RATS ACTORSUNION OF AMERICA WILL BE $ 50 . 00 AND THE ASSOCIATED ACTRESSES OF AMERICA S 25 . 00 . KENNEDYANDlUIELROSE THE BOYS U / ITH THE TABLES OPENED YOUNGS PIER , ATLANTIC CITY , THIS WEEK REP ., ALF . T . ¦ WILTON MANG ., MATT SHEI . VEY
ARTISTS' ROUTES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
ARTISTS ROUTES PERMANENT ADDBESBEB will only be pubiished when displayed in this style ef type ; on * year $ 5 . 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 and only the last half is given . All Boutes 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 reguest is fully complied with . A—GEORGETTE ARMSTRONG , The World of Pleasure . APDALES ANIMALS , Majestic , East St Louis , 111 ., 17-23 . ARIZONA TRIO , Priscilla , Cleveland , O ., 18-23 . GEO . W . ALLEN &amp; CO ., Empire , New London , Conn ., 11-16 ; Lyceum , Stamford , 18-23 . ! ...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
1 VAN CELLO THE MAN WITH THE BARREL HMt Finished Novelty Perm * Address I WHITE RATS . CHICAGO The Indian Actor , At liberty , season ters and Comedy . 1653 Broadway , 3-Trocadero-3 TRIO Owned ? , Bccsutrtc ant Btndfkt Undue JOf BIRKES , RrfRMblnt USB Broadway , . New Yerk Orty . 116 M LEE IS- World s Only Chinese | 3 j | Violinist end Humorist ^ p . Hig-h-class music and re- HH JOHNNY DOVE ¦ H ^^^ KSS The Scotch Minstrel GUTS PARLOR MINSTRELS flLEVER A J LASSY VJOMEDY Unique Hirtstrd Oddity •« . Mho , la 271 , Mr , « du !^^__^^^^ LAURENCE and GRACE sssHEiMs &amp;^ PIis Presenting- their Novelty RfiKfBaTWS I IBISH WIT AND ^ ¦ i ^ RHiiCp l AMERICAN JOLLITY a LA - VIE R AMUICA-S HOST SOtSATMNAl SINGLE TRAPEZE ACT LOHSEwSTERUHC W , ** TM R • « , * , l , &lt; n * x * i \ l , taaU Touring- Interstate Circuit . See . 4 , Greeson , Tampa , Fla . j- ^— : —r , _ , » 1 THE GBEAT igMM CLEVELAND - milrtife TROUPE fljE ^ flvSVaSI World s Greatest
PHILADELPHIA [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
PHILADELPHIA Bell Phone : Filbert 44-20 By BOB WATT No . 261 So . 9 th St . It was truly a day for giving thanks , in Philadelphia after the matinee and * night houses had been counted up last Thursday . Every theater in the city broke its house record on that day and the entire week showed such a vast increase in receipts that managers are much encouraged . The highprice houses went far above their usual receipts , the burlesque houses could not accommodate the crowds that came , and every smalltime vaudeville house in the city had to put on extra shows in order to accommodate the people who clamored for admission . With the biggest crowds ever known in the history of amusements there was not an accident to mar the day . Managers kept a sharp watch on the crowds , and by engaging extra people reduced the danger of scares or panics to a minimum . A house record was broken at the Forrest theater on that day much to the astonishment of the owners and managers . With that sterling mone...
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
telephone : 554-555 Bryant 67 fLg &gt; Headquarters : 776 8 th Ave . EDMONDS Furnished Apartments The Only Apartment Catering Exclusively to the Profession 754-756 and TT 6-T 78-T 80 8 th AVENUE ONE BLOCK TO TMES SftT / AIlE NEW YORK CITY Private Bath , Rates to Suit Everybody , Private Phone in Each Apartment . Headquarters for Vaudeville Artists . DELICATESSEN &amp; GROCERV EDMONDS APARTMENTS BLDG ., 776 8 th Ave ., New York J _ FRED HARDING Prop . When you want something Good to Eat , Call 2687 Bryant Especially rwrin « r to Theatrical People . Everything Good to Eat . FURNISHED APARTMENTS , Complete for Housekeeping exceptionally clean , three and four room apartments , porcelain bath , steam heated , hot water ; reasonable rent 3 « 5 ana 3 SO WEST 43 « -d STREET , NEW YORK CITY OH . , LOCK TO . aOADWAY . * » ** • FURNISHED APARTMENTS 140 WEST 86 th ST . ( near Broadway ) . Newly Furnished 3-Room Apartments ; Steam . Heat , Hot Water , Tile Bath , Housekeeping ; ...
Page 30 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
W ? £ N JVew York sl ° r THE NEW FIRE-PROOF NAVARRE Seventh -Ave . «&amp; SStli Street BUSINESSMEN FAMILIES TOURISTS Maximum of Luxury at Minimum of Cost . ACCESSIBLE-QUIET-ELEGANT ¦ Within Five Minutes Walk of Thrarres , Shops and Clubs . 300 Feet West of Broadway . . New Dutch Grill Rooms . Largest in the City . Electric Cars pass Hotel to all Railroads . EUROPEON PLAN $ 1 . 50 per Day $ 2 . 00 per Day WITHOUT BATH WITH BATH Suites , $ 3 . 50 and upwards SEND FOB COLORED MAP OF NEW YORK EDGAR T . SMITH , Managing- Director Plaza Hotel . Chicaso . under same management . THE NEWPORT 204 W . 68 d ST ., Bet . 7 th AVE . and BWAY . Furnished rooms , where professional is made to feel at home . Rates : $ 2 . 50 to $ 3 . 50 single , $ 5 . 00 to $ 8 . 00 double . Private baths . Pianos in rooms if desired . MRS . M . J . OLINGBR . FURNISHED ROOMS With light housekeeping facilities at 250 W . 43 rd STREET , NEW YORK CITY Also Large and Small Rooms , Double and Single . Phone Bryan...
Page 30 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
Be Among Those Present £ TT The work of preparing THE PLAYERS II ANNIVERSARY CHRISTMAS NUM- ^ 11 BER is now progressing . Members of the profession are contributing liberally to its support . Are you coming in with an announcement or photograph ? The rates are the lowest of any theatrical trade publication . This fact is due to THE PLAYERS desire to give EVERYBODY an opportunity to be represented . It is urged that reservations of space be made at the earliest possible moment in order that final preparations may be facilitated when the big rush comes . THE BIG NUMBER WILL BE ISSUED DECEMBER 22 CAFE ROMANO 110-112 39 TH STREET , between Broadwav and Sixth Ave . NEIMLY OPENED finest Service Elegant French Cuisine Best Music We solicit your patronage and assure you every effort will be made to insure your comfort and enjoyment . The Most Beautiful Mirror Room in New York ALBERT E . PASBURC , Manager THE ARTHUR 252-254 W . 38 th Street 100 rooms , few vacancies , $ 2 . 50 to $ 5 weekly ...
NEWSY ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
NEWSY ITEMS Slashed and Trimmed The Three Leightons have a new act . Ida Fuller will offer a new act shortly . Charles Barnolds dogs are now in London . Sylvia De Francke has joined Dr . De Luxe . Alice Vernice is playing the Webster Circuit . Grace Hazard is to play the Orpheum Circuit . Joe Graham has a new act , written by Oliver Labadie . Vasco , the mad musician , is playing in South Africa . Pauline Hall , former comic opera star , may enter vaudeville . Cecelia Loftus begins a tour of the Orpheum Circuit shortly . Nina Payne has been booked for a tour of the Orpheum Circuit . William OClaire and Madeline McDonald are appearing in Chicago vaudeville . Aubrey Pringle and Violet Allen are appearing together in vaudeville , playing around Chicago . Una Clayton and her company start on an Orpheum tour about Christmas . Willard Mack and Maude Leone appeared in Chicago vaudeville last week . The Twin City Quartet began a tour of the Hodkins Lyric Circuit this week . Tom Terris now h...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
W ANT S Rates , 10 words 25 c , each additional word 2 c . Advertisements ot a strictly commercial nature excluded . Terms , cash with order . WANTED—Stock companies to piny week stands at Hippodrome . Byesvillc . Address N . Wolf , Box 706 , Byesviiie , O . WANTED—Pretty young girl dancer , about 5 feet high , for vaudeville act , booked at the coast till May . State lowest salary . Costumes , transportation paid , care of Player , S . R . 1001 . PARTNER for acrobatic or hand balancing ; heavy man preferred . Address Willy Fritz , 10 i W . 40 th St ., Monfort House . HENRY CLAY GRANT writes parodies , materlal and advertisements . Draws cartoons . The Player . I WANT to furnish your vaudeville material . New acts always ready or written to order . Lyrics , etc . HAL MORDATJNT , 330 W . 58 th St . Phone , 3978 Columbus .
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
HOTEL PLYMOUTH EUROPEAN PLAN 38 th StPBOt , Be * . 7 th mad 8 th Avmm ., &lt; V- Ym OHy New Fire-Prool Building A Stones Throw From Broadway NfiTIPC TUT D 1 TCC *¦ « &gt;»» by the day with use of nUIIUL HIE nAICO bath , $ 1 . 00 and » 1 . 25 single ; 11 , 50 and ¥ 1 . 75 double . A room by th » day with private bathroom attached , $ 1 . 50 single ; $ 2 . 00 doable . Rooms with use ot bath , from $ 5 . 00 to $ 8 . 00 per week single ; and from $ 6 . 00 to $ 8 . 50 donble . Rooms wltb private bath attached , from $ 8 . 50 to $ 10 . 00 per week single ; and from $ 9 . 50 to $ 11 . 00 donble . NO HIGHER . Every room has hot and cold running water , electric light and lose distance telephone . Restaurant a la carte . Club Breakfasts . &lt; - - Phone . 1320 Murray Hill T . SINWOTT , JrT «««» g » ir THE M O NF O RT 40 th ST ., BETWEEN BROADWAY AND SIXTH AVE . Devoted to Theatrical People . Over 100 Rooms . Steam Heat , Hot Water Baths . House just been decorated and...
SHOW NEWS In Brief Paragraphs _^ i [Newspaper Article] — Player — 8 December 1911
SHOW NEWS In Brief Paragraphs _^ i Dec . 1 marked the one hundredth performance of The Siren at the Knickerbocker theater and after the performance the members of the company gave Donald Brian , the star , a dinner . When sixty members of the Columbia Musical Union attended the performance of The Enchantress Victor Herbert conducted the orchestra , through several numbers , to illustrate to the club , the importance of the individual instruments in the orchestration , of the piece . M . S . Epstein , the New York representative of the Mark Brock Enterprises , in making his semi-annual tour of the circuit will visit Buffalo , Montreal , Toronto , Ottawa , Cleveland and Rochester . Mile . Amoros , formerly one of the Amoros Sisters , is playing the Hodkins Lyric Circuit , with Ben Mulvey as her partner . The new act is meeting with great success . Hattie Burks and Wona Richmond came into New York with a new act last week . They lately finished a tour of the South and decided to try th...