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Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
NEW HAMPSHIRE . The New American House JACK DEISCOLL , Proprietor . CONCORD . NEW HAMPSHIRE . NORTH CAROLINA . HOTEL WEBSTER GEO . WIGFALL , Prop . WINSTON-SALEM , N . a Special Rates to Wbite Rats . OREGON . THE THEATRE CENTRE OF PORTLAND , OREGON . THE CALUMET HOTEL ISO PARK ST . Professional rates : $ 0 . 75 single , $ 1 . 00 donble . Special rates by the week . Orpheum 1 &gt; 4 blocks . Empress Hi blocks , Pantages 1 % blocks , Hellig 2 blocks , Baker 3 blocks , Bungalow 4 blocks . OKLAHOMA VICTORIA HOTEL ( EUROPEAN ) Cor , Broadway and Reno 8 treets , OKLAHOMA CITY , OHXA . The official White Rat Hotel . OHIO . European Plan . Rates 50 o „ TSo ., $ 1 . 00 . HOTEL MANHATTAN RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION , 225 South Main Street ( opp . National Theatre ) , DAYTON , OHIO . One block from Lyric Theatre and Union Station . WHERE THE WHITE RATS MEET . THE LEWELLAN MRS . TED E . FAUST , Prop . 84 WEST STATE ST ., COLUMBUS , OHIO . Special Proteaslonal Bates . WAYNE H0 TEL If HI lll...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
PFNNSYLVANIA . IMPERIAL HOTEL , OORRT , PA . Rates , $ 1 . 00 per day . Special attention to White Rats . J . E . KEFFEL , Proprietor . WTLKES-BARRE , PA . CARLTON HOTEL White Rats Headquarters . THEO . E . TEEL , Prop . Rates $ 1 . 00 a Hay . THE CLINTON And Annex 415 Pens Ave . ( below Hotel Llnooln ) , 417 Peon Aye , Two Mocks from Alvin , Dnqnesne , Gayety and Lyceum Theatres . ( Home for White Rats . ) PITTSBURG , PA . JACKS First-class Bar and Restaurant attached . Corner Federal and Erie Streets ( opposite Keayon Theatre ) , North Side , Pittsburg ,. Pa . Rooms by Day , Week or Month at Reasonable Rates . Steam Heated throughout . Eleotrio Passenger Elevator , JOHN P . SOUTTER , proprietor . ( Home for White Rats . ) When In ERIE , PA ., Stay at the HOTEL RUIN-VAN THE TROUPERS HOME . 907 FRENCH ST . American Plan . Rates : $ 1 . 00 and $ 1 . 28 per day . Centrally located . One block from all theatres . B . B . SHAUBERGBR , Manager . SHAMOKIN , PA . Registered White Rats Head...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
¦ CHICAGO , ILLINOIS . SBBSI VSBBBSBSBBBBBfeE ^ fi £ rV ^ - ^»* ^ BBBSQP , eBl IBBH TBr ^^ sr ^** as *^ w ^ ywJk . ^^ 4 s | ^ v TMII ^* I _ UmmJFSim ^ m A HOTEL YORK ( European ) CHICAGO 33 rd Street near Michigan Blvd . Half Mock from Southside EI . Indiana or State Street surface cars . All outside rooms , with or without hath . Hot and cold water . Elevator service . Special rates to the profession , $ 8 . 00 per week and np . Phone Douglas iOS . H . E . KING , Prop . NEW JACKSON HOTEL Halsted Street and Jackson Boulevard . $ 4 per week and up . With private oath , $ 8 a -week and up , OXFORD HOTEL American Plan . Canal and Adams Street . S 8 per week and up . FRANK HUNT , Prop . NEW COLVMBVS HOTEL 1886-1840 Wabash Avenue , European Plan . Thoroughly Remodeled and Refurnished , up-to-date accommodations . 82 . 50 and up for outside rooms per week—86 , 87 and 88 . 00 with private lath .. HOTEL REED N . W . Corner Lake and Clark Btreets . CHICAGO , ILL . Special weekly rates to the...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 15 December 1911
I Have Your AD IN 1 THE PLAYER saaaann ^ aaaaaaaaaliiaaaaaaiiaaianWiMaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaWaaaaaaaaaaaaaalinaaaaaaaaa COLORADO , IM , D T S , TE ALL IORIENT HOTELI P ° ™^ R THEATRES y ^ M ncM UCP 172 B RATE 5 ABSOLUTELY Hotml In DENVER Helton St . GEO . LEWIS FIRE-PROOF THE PLAYER OH FILE || MANAGER ALAJVIO HOTEL * Denver , Colo . White Rat Headquarters . Special Rates to Theatrical People . Three Blocks from Welcome Aroh and Union Depot , 1411 17 th STREET . CALIFORNIA . tSta CONTINENTAL HOTEL One Block From All Theatres F . P . SHANLEY 6 J . FURNESS White Rats HEADQUARTERS Proprietors 6 Managers SAN FRANCISCO , CALIFORNIA GEORGIA . JUST OPENED . EVERYTHING NEW . BROADWATBOTEL Centrally located . Special Rates to the Profession . 7 V 4 N . BROAD ST ., ATLANTA , GA . WASHINGTON , D . C . THE LINCOLN HOTEL 10 th and H Sts . N . W ., Washington , D . 0 . Special Rates to Theatrical Profession . Bunrdiur water in rooms , hath in douhle rooms . WISCONSIN . MADISON , WIS . A % X % RATHSK...
DE KALB THEATER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
DE KALB THEATER Brooklyn , N . Y ., had a new theater added to its list on Monday , Dec . 18 , when the new De Kalb theater opened in a blaze of glory . The new house is situated at De Kalb avenue and Broadway and is one of the striking structures in that city . The audience on the opening night included many of the leading citizens of Brooklyn and they were all delighted with the decorations and new features that have been incorporated in the house . The house is under the management of I . Fluegelman , who controls several theaters in New York City , and the local management is in the hands oi Leon T . Carpenter , who at one time managed the Fifth Avenue theater , New York . Vaudeville will be the principal offering _ at the new house , although an innovation , in the shape of a permanent stock company , will make this house different from the average vaudeville house . Edna May Spooner , the wellknown actress , heads this stock company , which will produce short dramatic sketches...
NEW YORK ONE NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
NEW YORK ONE NIGHT Florenz Ziegfeld , Jr ., will bring his entire Follies of 1911 company from Philadelphia to New York to play a one night s engagement in the latter city . The date is Sunday , Dec . 31 , and the place will be the New York theater . It is expected that there will be thousands of people hungry for amusement on New Year s Eve , and that the scheme of putting the Follies company on in specialties , for that night s performance will be profitable .
WRIGGLY DANCES BARRED [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
WRIGGLY DANCES BARRED BOSTON , Mass ., Dec . 19 . —Mayor Fitzgerald asked the clergy of Boston today to let him know if they received any information about improper dances . He has started a vigorous war on dances of the wriggly kind and means to stamp this evil out , whether it be in theaters or dance halls . The theaters will discontinue all dances of this kind in the future .
COURT SUSTAINS LABOR MAN IN ACTING FOR W. R. A. U. [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
COURT SUSTAINS LABOR MAN IN ACTING FOR W. R. A. U. Agnes Burr Case in Fresno , Cal ., Finally Adjusted After Having Hung Fire for Months . FRESNO , Cal ., Dec . 19 . —Charges of extortion , which had been preferred against ¦ Tom C . Seward , vice-president of the . California State Federation of Labor , as ¦ the result of his successful efforts to col- , lect salary alleged to have been due Agnes Burr , a vaudeville performer [ holding membership in the Associated j Actresses of America , were dismissed by Judge Briggs Thursday of last week . The judge s summary action ended liti- , gation which had been pending for months and had resulted in very bitter feeling between the labor interests of this city and the Sailings Bros ., who control the Airdome theater here , as well as a restaurant . Agnes Burr was booked to play a halfweek at the Sailing house here ,, under a H § © Iii * player uifsfies Its ftistxb &amp; § HI t-Tt * ht * st nf Christmas riieer j | jB antt a nt * ui g...
MANAGER HITCHCOCK [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
MANAGER HITCHCOCK | The old story of the popular comedian , Raymond Hitchcock , having been actively engaged as the manager of a Chinese theater was revived this week when the landlord of the property , in which the performances were given , sued Mr . Hitchcock for unpaid rent . Hitchcock claimed that some one carelessly killed a Chinaman in his theater and that took all the trade away , so he gave up the theater . The owner states that he must have the rent for the time of the lease .
HOLDS UP SALE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
HOLDS UP SALE NORFOLK , Va ., Dec . 18 . —Judge Waddill , of the United States Court , has declined to confirm the sale of the Jamestown Exposition site , made by special commissioners on Oct . 31 . The highest bid received was $ 170 , 000 . The court claimed that there was approximately $ 170 , 000 of mechanic liens and claims of bondholders which had been left out in the original statement and that inasmuch as the original bondholders were asking that they be paid in full the sale would not be advisable .
NEW VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
NEW VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT AKRON , Ohio , Dec . 20 . —Claude La Pearl , of the Aerial La Pearls , is in charge of the offices of a new vaudeville booking agency , which has opened with headquarters in this city . The concern starts with about eight theaters , and has announced the intention of using nothing but W . R . A . U . % A . A . A . or affiliated order acts .
MUSICIANS ARE MARRIED [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
MUSICIANS ARE MARRIED Sargeant Mears , The Bugler , and Little Naranka , The Hungarian Violinist , were married recently in Kansas City , Mo ., by a Justice of the Peace . They expect to put before the managers an entirely new scenic offering , combining bugle novelties and the violin , entitled The Camp Followers . They are at present spending the holiday season and honeymoon , combined , with friends in Kansas City .
TO BE INVESTIGATED [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
TO BE INVESTIGATED Fred Irwin , Harry Bryant and several other stockholders of the Columbia Amusement Co . have retained Lawyer John J . Sullivan to look after an investigation of the financial affairs of the Columbia Building &amp; Theater Co ., when that company was under the control of Lawrence Weber and Edward F . Rush . It is claimed that when the Columbia theater , in New York , was constructed that Weber &amp; Rush , who had been business partners , had full charge of all the finances , and that they received a rakeoff of $ 40 , 000 from the ThompsonStarrett Construction Co ., the builders . J . Herbert Mack , the vice-president of the company , upon being notified of this action , stated that the affair had already been taken up by the company and that their lawyer , George E . Joseph , would ask for an accounting from Weber &amp; Rush for all moneys paid out . The scandal has been brewing for a long time , and now thatlegal action has been taken it w...
CLAIMS AN INSULT TO W . R . A . U . ORDER [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
CLAIMS AN INSULT TO W . R . A . U . ORDER A communication from ODell &amp; Hart , now playing vaudeville dates in Honolulu , to the W . R . A . U . officials calls attention to stories of dissatisfaction and discontent in regard to the vaudeville business which are being published in the island community . These publications are to the effect that an effort is being made by W . R . A . U . actors to boycott Honolulu because of alleged unfair treatment of performers by managers ; one article sent on by ODell &amp; Hart gives the impression that American performers , who are playing in the Haiwaiian city , are in the habit of misconducting themselves on the stage and are displeased because the managers impose penalties for such misconduct . The ODell &amp; Hart communication brands this publication as an insult to American performers in general Communication from Far-Off Honolulu Tells of Alleged Dissatisfaction Among Performers . and the W . R . A . . U . in p...
WHITE RATS TO RESCUE OF ALADY MEMBER OF ¥ . A. F. [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
WHITE RATS TO RESCUE OF ALADY MEMBER OF ¥ . A. F. Manager Who Failed to Keep Good Faith Agent Had Shown , Visited With Drastic Measures A little lady of international fame and a member of the Vaudeville Artists Federation , Marie Dreams , the English comedienne , was engaged by the Quigley Vaudeville Agency of Boston to play the latter three days of last week at the Plaza theater , Springfield , Mass . J . Booth Garner , the father and manger of Miss Dreams , informed the Quigley office that his daughter had played the Nelson theater at Springfield only a few months before and did not think a return engagement in so short a time would be good business policy . But Mr . Quigley insisted that no harm could come thereby as he would use another name in the billing and fully explain by letter to Nathan Goldstein , manager of the Plaza theater at Springfield . Miss Dreams opened at Springfield as per contract and played the usual four daily performances , very much to satisfaction of audi...