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TRUNK MIX-UPS IN CANADA [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
TRUNK MIX-UPS IN CANADA MONTREAL-,, Can ., Dec . 18 . —An epidemic ! of-trunk losses seemed to have struck Canada last week . In Toronto the wife of Eugene Howard had her trunk stolen from the front of the hotel . , The trunk was recovered in a few ? hours , but it had been broken open and a number of valuables abstracted . : Charles Hopper , of the Chas . E . Evans Co ., received the trunk belonging to De Wolf Hopper and the latter got the . trunk of the vaudeville performer . It took two days to straighten this tangle out . Russell &amp; Church left here for Hamilton , Canada , but forgot to check their trunks . T . hey had to appear in their street clothes until the trunks were forwarded .
Page 80 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
. MERRY ,. XMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR . IHJ | BHBHKHIHHBWP . ^^ w ^ SHB ^ Hi ^ H ^ HS S _ i _ H _^__ Hik &lt; C 2 _^_^_ r iSxsv * VBB 9 _ H __^_^_ Ktt ^_^_ r « era __^__^___ HPo _ fl ^~^ k *&gt; v 4 *^ 3 gi H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ HHrX ^ ra ^ _^ * r _ i _^_^__^ HRr t ^ % _^^^^ ^ ^ ^ 1 JOE BRENNAN- ™ ° iris » - «*••¦ . Irish Tenor , Yodler and Comedian . Compliments of Season Dr . MURDOCH M. GRAHAM DENTIST 74 Boylston Street Boston , Mass .
Page 81 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
1 Philadelphia s Leading Vaudeville Agency , 54 ft 13 th St . McGEE «LA ZALLE WESTERMAN &amp; HOPKINS fUJUUH w THE ORIGINAL . Novelty Singers and Dancers . FOOLISHNESS NEXT TO HAPPINESS ! The Oriental Comedy Telepathist . STEIN &amp; LEONARD INC . AGTS STEIN &amp; LEONARD INC . AOTS STEIN &amp; LEONARD INC . AGTS ROGERS &amp; WILEY STERLING &amp; GOLD THE DUMONTS SINGER PHIENDS Comedy Singing , Dancing . Character Singers and Change Artists . The Jolly Chap and the Soubrette . Peerless Singing Creoles and Singing Comedian * . STEIN &amp; LEONARD INC . AGTS STEIN &amp; LEONARD INCAGTS STEIN &amp; LEONARD INCAGTS STEIN &amp; LEONARD INC . AGTS West &amp; Morton Sisters THE QUILETTES TAYLOR &amp; FABIAN Spangler &amp; Montgomery Singing — Dancing — Charaoter Changes . Singing , Talking and Dancing . Those Massy Komical Kids . Singing , Talking and Danoing . STEIN &amp; LEONAR...
Bob ' s Bits [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
Bob s Bits Random Thoughts on Things Theatrical By Bob . At this time , when holly wreaths are to be seen everywhere , when the fragrant odor of pine branches fills the air , when the bustle in our city thoroughfares makes our blood tingle , when everybody is good-natured and happy , it is with awe that we grown-ups hail the approach of the day when the motto of Peace on Earth , Good Will to Man should be predominant . The kiddies are counting the hours to the time when they will be swamped with gifts , and God bless em , we want them to enjoy every minute of these Christmas times . The people in business are happy over the increase of business , the people who have homes are looking forward to a quiet , peaceful day , and the whole nation is commencing to give thanks for blessings freely bec + svnrAri We , the people of the Mimic World , will have much to be thankful for , when Christmas , 1911 , arrives . Even though some of us have not achieved the success we had hoped for during...
VIRGIL HOLMES AND MAJORIE RILEY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
VIRGIL HOLMES AND MAJORIE RILEY These clever artists bill themselves Society Soloists . They were formerly connected with B . A . Rolf s Rotfanians as soloists . They left that organization and began presenting a vaudeville act of their own , Labor Day , 1910 . Since that date they liave worked without interruption and are now booked solid until next September . They have been re-engaged for a tour of the Sullivan &amp; Considine Circuit and will soon start West .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
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Page 83 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
LILLIAN SHAW Wishes All Her American I and English Friends a I MERRY XMAS 1 HAPPY NEW YEAR | 1 A. WINKLER Si 1 J^ erry Christmas—f ) appy New ^ tar J. FORREST THOMPSON IflHHHHHBHH IADROIT ADDUCENT ATHLETESS By 0 m \ ° l ___________________^^ H_ 9 __ l ^_^_ _ l ___________ E_ 3 __ Hi _^_^_^_^_^ l _^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_ B __ R _ v _ l ^ 7 jfl __^_ H __ H 0 i _ rS _ i __^_ l f _^_ V ^_ H ^_^_ i _^_^_^_^_^_^_^_ i ^^_^_^_^_^_ v _^_^^ wfel _^_^_^_^_^_^_ ft _ 5 _ ii _^_^_^ R ^_^_^_^_ H __ H l _^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_ l - ^ H ^ H ^ BB ^ H ^ V BI ^ HKv * _^___^_^ B ^_^_^_^_ I _^_^_^___ K _^_^_^__ H _^_ M H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ HH ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H - ^_^_ I _^_ F - _^_* 3 Z _ 3 __ H _^_^_^_ l _^_^_ l _ H _ Bf ^_^_^_ fl _ H _^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_ H _ l _ fl ¦ __^_^_ E ^ _ HP ^ -v . **@ l _^_^_^_^_^_ B __ H _^___^_^_^_ H __^__^__^_«__^__ B _ E __ I . _^__^__ H |__ ^^^^ Sr \^^^^^^^^^ Bn ^^^ H ^^^^^ H __^__^__ BH _ I _^ V- _^_ H _ P_ - ____ H______ V_____ - ___________________________ i i _________...
¦_§ FRANK GRAHAM as EDITH RANDALL [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
¦_§ FRANK GRAHAM as EDITH RANDALL IN V A U DEVI L . I- E I 1 N A COMEDY _ % _ S _ XV _ ~ _ M __ ~ - B ~ t C J ~ lT DRAAIHTIC SATIRE ^ ^ % ^^~ a W ^ ^ ¦— - AN HOTJBS SHOW IN 20 KrHTTTES . PERMANENT ADDBESS , 827 PEAKL ST ., BHO 0 _ LYN , N . T . OLIE ODEN . 4 new vest pocket song edition . The big act with a tiny tot of daintiness . Direction Frank Q . Doyle . In vaudeville . Merry Xmas and Happy New Year to my many friends . offices , and professionals , who can explain their acts briefly and without too much self-praise , will then be welcome visitors to all agent s offices . And in the meantime to help this good cause along if you do get a chance to interview an agent make up your mind that you will never stay over five minutes in an office and then cut that time down . The Thrifty Ones The vaudeville world has been much helped by the people who have been thrifty and have saved their money . In the olden days , although salaries were much smaller than they are at the present time ...
BOB'S BITS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
BOBS BITS ( Continued from page 84 . ) writers keep them cooling their heels in the outer office , while , frequently , the agent is leisurely smoking a cigar in his private office , with his feet on his desk . When I make the statement that this is caused by the rank and file of the vaudeville world I know I am opening up a chance for a strong argument , but nevertheless it has been caused in the past by the vaudeville artists themselves . The agent has been pestered to death by people who persist in telling everything possible about themselves , when they did secure an audience with the agent . Every act was the best act in the world , every performer had the best specialty that was ever produced , and interviews which should have lasted a minute or two have run on for portions of an hour . In all other lines of business , when people see a husiness man on business , they tell their business briefly and then go about their business . Many vaudeville performers can and do this , bu...
Page 84 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
VE- F ^ SA -TII — E : TFRIO * Those Classy Singers and Instrumentalists ¦ n ^* a » ** ^ ^ ¦ ^~ J , ™ ^ Tr ) , J ? - !^ ~~ ¦ ~~ Address PLAYEB , San Francisco Introducing an Original , B-ophone , Dancing Novelty . Cleaning up on S .-C . Circuit . _ __ _ - _ . GILLEN WILBER GELLEN . A IVIorry Christmas and Happy IMow Voar To / 111 . Our Friends WILLIAMS SPENCER ™ D Jo Paige Smith office Direction Charles Beirbaoer
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
Greetings MR . CHARLES H . MILES MR . THOMAS SAXE MR . JOHN SAXE MR . FRED SIMON MR . HARRY K . TIMM MR . FRANK KOPPLEBERGER MR . DAN MADAGIN MR . WALTER F . KEEFE q Members of the Board of Directors of THE THEATER BOOKING CORPORATION , wish everyone in the amusement business A MERRY CHRISTMAS and A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR and desire to announce a continuation of the business policies which have been responsible for the unprecedented growth of the most complete and perfect booking organization in the West . fl MR . WALTER F . KEEFE , General Manager of the THEATER BOOKING CORPORATION , wishes to announce that he is booking worthy acts for twenty-two weeks and calls attention that the telephone number is RANDOLPH 1631 and the address 123 NORTH CLARK STREET , CHICAGO , ILLINOIS .
Catherine Challoner [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
Catherine Challoner I hi * BOBS BITS ( Continued from page 86 . ) and talk , breed discontent among other artistes and in every way possible prevent unity in the company . In vaudeville it is different , the stage mother is a necessity . There is no member of another company to look after the stage child , so the mother must be accepted as a necessary evil . While the stage mother has been abused in song and story her life should be a constant lesson to all vaudeville performers . If she does raise trouble , if she does everlastingly ding-dong praises of her child and its talent into the ears of impatient listeners it is all done with the best purpose in the world . She seeks no notoriety for herself , she wants no favors granted to her personally , but only wants the crumbs that are dropped from the table . She is a living example of true sacrifice . She is one advance agent _ who is ever on the job , always booming one individual . And if some performers only had a mother to advan...