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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
YOUD BETTER HURRY If you Wish to Express Your Good Will Towards The Big Edition Will Be On Sale Friday Morning DECEMBER Attractive Features Special Stories Handsome Illustrations Increased Circulation Valuable Information No Increase in Rates Send Your Photo Or Announcement FORMS CLOSE MONDAY THE PLAYERS ANNIVERSARYCHRISTMAS ISSUE ^ ^ ^ A . IIAll / liUn II Ai * IO IIBUIIU
ARTISTS'ROUTES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
ARTISTSROUTES PESXANENT ADDBESSES will only he published when displayed in this style af type ; on « year ffi . OO . The advertiser will also be entitled to an itinerary free . NOTE . —O . H . means Opera House ; G . 0 . 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 Houtes must reach this office by Monday evening . The dates must apply to the week following date of issue in which they are to appear . Routes for the week current with date of issue will not he included . There will he no oomplaint of routes not being used if this request ix fully complied with . A—GEORGETTE ARMSTRONG , The World of Pleasure . APDALES ANIMALS , Majestic , East St . Louis , III ., 17-23 . ARIZONA TRIO , Priscilla , Cleveland , O ., 18-23 . GEO . W . ALLEN &amp; CO ., Lyceum , Stamford , Conn ., 18-23 . E . J . APPLEBY , American , East...
COLUMBIA CIRCUIT . [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
COLUMBIA CIRCUIT . Week of Doc . 18 . EMPIRE CIRCUIT . Big Gayety Company . Gayety , Pittsburgh . Ginger Girls . Gayety , Washington . Honeymoon Girls . Gayety , Baltimore . Behman Show . Casino , Philadelphia . Queen of Bohemia . Olympic , New York . Golden Crook . Gayety , Brooklyn . Dreamland Bur- Albany-Schenectady . lesquers . Crackerjacks . Casino , Boston . Bon Tons . Westminster-Provi-dence . Bowery Burlesquers . Springfield-Worcester . Vanity Fair . i . Murray Hill , New York . Merry Whirl . Hurtig &amp; Seamon s , New York , Columbia Burlesquers . Empire , Hoboken . College Girls . Gayety , Newark . Rose Sydells . Star , Brooklyn . Painting the Town . Gayety , Philadelphia . Midnight Maidens . Columbia , New York . Big Banner Show . Gayety , Boston . Runaway Girls . Open Week . Reeves Beauty Show . Schenectady-Albany . Jersey Lilies . Corinthian , Rochester . Trocadero Bur- Garden , Buffalo , lesquers . ¦ - Knickerbockers . Gayety , Toronto . Lovemakers . Gayety , ...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
1 VAN CELLO THE MAN WITH THE BARREL Most Finished Novelty _ Parm . Addraaa I WHITE RATS . CHICAGO Tin Indian Actor , At liberty , aeaaon 1910-11-12 . Characters and Comedy , 16 SS Broadway , New York City . 3- Trocadero -3 TRIO Camedy , ¦ mntrfc eat Straight BlogiBg . Mf OHMS , UtnstMm UN Broadway , Now York Oty . llll Violinist and Humorist J Player , New York City . ADROIT ADDUCENT A . THLETE 49 \ j HIGHLAND ! , *&amp;&amp; **&gt;• • OBI THISHAIKM fljrs PARLOR MRSIRBS flLEVER A IJ LASSY JjOMEDY UriqM Miffitrd Oddity to . Ukto . In 271 . Mr . «* B _ gUURENCE and GRACE ij Presenting their Novelty J IRISH WIT AND 1 AMERICAN JOLLITY I ( Copyrighted ) . BLA -VIER AMBtKAS HOST SfKSATlONAL SINGLE TRAPEZE ACT LOHSE AND STERLING W , «* rM R . mlKiHS A . o-iMktfr U . ttttdM —pj— . „ . j THE GREAT utvMli CLEVELAND lirolg TROUPE ¦ BJBSHKQV ^ SE World ! Graateit § k £ ^ f . V 5 » HS ¦ Cyoliiti .
SAN FRANCISCO PARA < [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
SAN FRANCISCO PARA &lt; Two San Francisco girls—May Ora Pony—appeared as an added a the Empress theater last week and the popular Texas Tommy to of the patrons , who forced them to many recalls . The Wigwam theater in this cit razed in the near future to make Class A theater building , which v voted to vaudeville and moving pic new house will have a seating c 1 , 700 and is to be modern in every c statement is given out that the thea completed by the end of the Lent and is under the management of Ral president of the Wigwam Amuseme James Curtin , known to the spc theatrical world as Spider Kelly , before a police judge in this city las the charge of violating the 1 o clock dancing ordinance . He was arreste the morning and he explained that intention of violating the ordinano demonstrating to Montgomery &amp; S playing at Columbia theater , th Tommy dance , with a couple of p Spider claimed that the doors of h Pacific street were closed and lock the performance , whi...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
OUR LETTER BOX IMPORTANT NOTICE . —Letters will be advertised in only one issue . They will be held at this office for three weeks ana then forwarded to the Dead Letter Office , Washington , D . C . Managers , stage managers and musicians are requested to send to THE PLAYER any mail addressed to artists , who have left their tlieaters without leaving forwarding address . It will be advertised with other mail . A—Blanche Aldrich , Hyla Allen , Ardell Bros ., Abdallah &amp; Abdallah , Danny Ahern , E . Angell , Jack Alfred , Tom &amp; Edith Almond , Helen Alban , Inez Allen , Edna Ames , Fern Ashwell , Amiot &amp; Caldwell . B—Nat Burns , Mrs . Billy Broad , Mrs . Clarence Bowen , Clara Burton , Williamine Bowman , Bessie Browning , Vera Burgess , M . Bushell , Wm . A . Brady , Tom Barton &amp; Nell Fee , Belle &amp; Mayo , Mrs . C . Burns , Maybelle McKinley Baer , Barrett &amp; Baync , Bean &amp; Hamilton , Chas . Bowser &a...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
^^ K~ TOSTOP ^^^^ B Headquarters : 776 8 th Ave . MDS Hrtments ^^ Bly to the Profession ^ ^ HNCW YORK CITY ^^^^^ Htta Phone in Each Apart * I ^^^^^^ Hrille Artists . I ^ ¦ GROCER V- ^ ^ ^ ^¦ 76 8 th Ave ., New York I ^^^^ Ht , Call 2687 Bryant HHHHI Everything Good to Eat . ^ Hetelor H^^ ^^^^ Hapartments , porcelain bath , ^^^^ Hr , NEW YORK CITY ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ fl IMQPHS JAMITUHI . JVew York ^^ M slOP ^^^^ HFIB NEW FIRE-PROOF ¦ kVARRE ^^^^^ Mventh Ave . &amp; 38 tli Street ^ ^ ^¦ SMEN FAMILIES TOURISTS ^^^^^^^ wurimum of Luxury at Minimum of Cost . aiiiiiiiiiiiH y \ J ^^^ H » Mi ^ PS ^^^ St i ^^^^ M ^^ fflp ^^^ np ^^^ tpi ^^ i (limtt tj [t te Kfl | HMw ^ H| sasaiiKlil ^ K ^^^ fflHllP N BflBflBHuHM ^^^ n ^ sF fcfig laagHJBgB &amp; JI ll &gt;/¦ a « a « a « a « a « agllins »» ll ¥ liTBl DQ IffilBlfflsS !• B ^ a ^ B ^ aKrSDIaNslinBW-: Hi s ESSS ^ RWDH - BSBBSBBSBBSJ | JJIp ] K || S ^ nQBESEI 3 ^^ MJ ^ HT ^^ I ^^ T ^ BM . » aiiiiSlfllsiOtiii ^ in aBflHlliii HMMMMJ J |^...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
|| ~~~ . Be Among Those Present £ TT The work of preparing THE PLAYERS II ANNIVERSARY CHRISTMAS NUMT | BER is now almost complete . Members of the profession are contributing liberally I 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 . THE BIG NUMBER WILL BE ISSUED DECEMBER 22 CAFE ROMANO 110-112 39 TH STREET , between Broadway and Sixth Ave . NEMZLY 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 . DASBURG , Manager THE ARTHUR 252-254 W . 38 th Street 100 rooms , few vacancies , $ 2 . 50 to $ 5 weekly . Baths on every floor , steam heat , electric lights . Telephone . BOUSQDET HOUSE 159 W . 44 th ST . CAFE AND RESTAURANT . Telephone , 1032 Brya...
NOTES OF THE STAGE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
NOTES OF THE STAGE Willard Lee Hall is playing a twenty-weeks contract on the Griffin time through Canada . He is presenting The Widow OBrien at the Hotel Astor , and claims that business is excellent in all of the houses he has so far played . Harry S . Stanley has joined with Anna Whyte and they are now doing a comedy sketch and meeting with success . Clever Conkey has just closed a forty weeks tour over the Gus Sun time and is enthusiastic over the treatment he received during that time . The Three Richardsons are now playing through the South on the Interstate time , having finished a long season over the W . V . M , A . time . Harry Corson Clarke and Margaret Dale Owen sail for Honolulu on Jan . 17 from San Francisco . They will play a short season there and then sail for Australia . This is Mr . Clarkes fourth trip through this part of the world . Madeline Distort , the wife of Harry M . Price , is taking vocal lessons in New York preparatory to putting on a novel single turn ...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
WANTS Rates , 10 words 25 c , each additional word te . Adrertisements of s strictly commercial nature excluded . Terms , cssh with order . WANTED , quick , for around the world tonr , comedy juggler , ventriloquist , musical act and soubrettes . Send photo , name , lowest salary , first letter . Transportation paid after joining . Address Bert Holt , Monmouth , 111 . COMEDIAN-COHNETTIST , to Join musical act . Write now . Pawcett , C . K ., 268 West 39 th St ., New Yori . HENRY CLAY GRANT writes parodies , material and adrertisements . Draws cartoons . The Player .
Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
^ NEW . YORK CITY . • -, • - • -,-,. VVi . M -V ? f- ¦ - ** - »~ --- — - __ t __ r . _ , . HOTEL PLYMOUTH EUROPEAN PLAN 38 th Street , at . 7 th and sthAvmm ., H . Y . OMy New Flre-Prool BuildinU A Stoned Throw From Broadway NflTIPF TUE DJITCC A room bT *• &gt; day with use of nUlluC Int . llAlt . 0 bath , $ 1 . 00 and $ 1 . 25 single ; $ 1 . 50 , . and $ 1 . 76 double . A room by th » day with private bathroom attached , $ 1 . 50 single ; $ 2 . 00 double . Rooms with use of bath , from $ . &gt; . (» to $ 8 . 00 per week single ; and from $ 6 . 00 to $ 8 . 50 double . Rooms with private bath attached , from $ 8 . 50 to $ 10 . 00 per week single : and from $ 9 . 50 to $ 11 . 00 double . NO HIGHER . Every room has hot and cold running water , electric light and Ions distance telephone . Restaurant a la carte . Club Breakfasts . ———— Ph « n- &gt; 1- &gt; n » l ., rr-.. P &gt; IF - » - « - . . * ,. * ,. —» - » - -T » . W 1 . « rt « (?«»» THE MONFO...
SAN FRANCISCO [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
SAN FRANCISCO By WALTER J . TALBOT Office of THE PLAYER , ¦ Continental Hotel , Ellis Street , near Powell The wave of opera enthusiasm which is flooding San Francisco is not caused alone by foreign artists . Mme . Marcel de Journel , singing with the Paris Grand Opera Co ., is a San Francisco girl , trained in the Notre Dame convents here and in San Jose . Caroline R . Elliott , another San Francisco girl , who is a graduate of the San Rafael Convent , made her local debut last week with the Lambardi Grand Opera Co . in Madame Butterfly , at the new Cort theater , after a pronounced success in Los Angeles . It must have been easy for old schoolmates of Marcelle de Journel to recognize the tallest woman of the Paris Grand Opera Co . as their old companion of the convent across the street from Mission Dolores . She is as enthusiastic of temperament now as her freinds say she used to be in the shortfrock days . Since the time of her daily trios from the old St . Nicholas Hotel , at Ni...
Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
MASSACHUSETTS . HOTEL TAXI 408 TBEMONT ST ., BOSTON , MASS . Opposite Castle Sqnars Theatre . Phone Tremont 21 , 689 . Situated In the heart of the city , within a few minutes walk to all theatres . Everything np to date . Rooms by day 60- $ 2 . 00 , by the week $ 2 . 00 and up Single , Double $ 3 . 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 . la the tauter ef the theatrical district . KIRTLAND HOUSE 62 SUMMER ST ., LYNN , MASS . EUROPEAN FLAW . Only hotel ta the city having rooma with private oath . ALL WHITE RATS SHOULD STAT AT William Tell House 28 SOMERSET ST ., BOSTON , MASS ) . Home Cooking . Special Weekly Terms for Meals . STOP AT MBS . THOMASS BEN FRANKLIN HOUSE A friend to the Profession for twenty years . Boom and Board , $ 5 . 00 , $ 5 . 60 and $ 6 . 00 24 Summerset St , BOSTON , MASS . MARYLAND . WHITE RATS HEADQU...
Page 26 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
MICHIGAN , Harrington Hotel No . 46-48 LAFAYETTE BLVD ., DETROIT , Next door to W . R . A . U . ; Opposite Post Office . OAFETERIE IN CONNECTION . POPULAR PRICES . MISSOURI . ST , LOUIS . REGENT HOTEL , 100 N . 14 th LELAND HOTEL . 1414 Market E , E . CAMPBELL , Prop , and MgT . WHITE BATS HEADQUARTERS . 10 minutes walk to all theatres . RULINGSHOTEL Newly Famished , Steam Heat , eto . a E . Oor . 7 th and Walnut St .., ST , LOUIS . White Rats and Everybody Weloome . Gall and sea me . DAVIS G . BIUJNO , Froprieter . WHITE RATS WELCOME AND STOP AT HIPPODROME HOTEL aSSS * ( formerly Hotel Owens ) . Hot and cold water In every room . Booms with bath , steam heat . Bates : European plan , for summer only , $ 2 . 50 up per week . American plan : In season , single , per week , $ 9 . 00 and $ 10 . 00 ; double , per week , $ 16 . 00 and $ 18 . 00 . Booms with bath , American plan , double , $ 20 . 00 . H . F . SADBK . White Rats and A . A , A . Welcome . HOTEL FORNEY JOPLIN , MO . Register...
PHILADELPHIA [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
PHILADELPHIA Bell Phone : Filbert 44-20 By BOB WATT No . 261 So . 9 th St Bert Rutherford , who has been doin ^ the advance work for the Downie &amp; Wheeler shows , returned to this city last week after seeing the show nicely tucked away in their new winter quarters at Valdosta , Georgia , They have had a prosperous season and arrangements are now being completed for many additions to the show for next season . Already four new cars have been purchased . With a definite announcement that . none of the big stores will keep open at nights during December there is hope that the days before Christmas will not be as bad as usual . From the way people are shopping and the large amounts of money they are spending , there seems to be no dearth of money , but simply that they do not care for the theater at the present time . When the joyous days of Christmas roll around everybody will want to be amused and we can look for good business . Sydney Dean , owner of the act entitled ;* Ch...