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Page 106 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
VLINE and ROSE THE GIRL AND THE PORTER Wishes everybody a Merry Christmas and * Happy New Year , including Pirates and Knockers . | AGENTS WHO WILL BOOK YOU Geo . _ . We biter s TheaU Change THE CHAIN IS GROWING LONGER EVEBY DAY . It reaohes from coast to coast . Wo can take care of any good act . We prefer WHITE EATS and issue WHITE EAT CONTRACTS . Send your open time to Fargo , N . D ., or to the Chicago branch , A . Hirsch , Manager , 106 North La Salle St . With Charles H . Doutrick . VAUDEVILLE HEADLINERS AND STANDARD ACTS OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION CAN BREAK v _ u _ o . r _ . THEIR JUMPS AT THE VICTORIA THEATRE , RS ^ F1 THREE SHOWS DALLY , NO SUNDAY WORK . MENTION LOWEST SALARY FIRST LETTER . NO ACT TOOLARGE . EXCLUSIVE AGENTS SUBMIT YOUR AVAILABLE ACTS . WRITE , WIRE OR PHONE OPEN TIME TO CHAS . W . NELSON , 734 Powers Bldg ., Rochester . N . Y . IPROFESSIONAL CARDS 3 lines , 13 insertions , $ S ; 4 lines , 13 insertions , $ 6 ; S lines , 13 insertions , $ 7 ALI , HUNTER and ALI C...
Page 107 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
B^ fl * -TB * ^^ HirS ALWAYS THE SAME , WARDROBE OR NOT . ( The Oldham Chronicle . Oct . 17 , 1911 . ) Vardon , Perry and Wllber , three musicians and Bingers , bad a unique experience last evenlng . In travelling from Birmingham the trio had the misfortune to lose the whole of their baggage with the exception of their musical Instruments , and ss a result of this they went through the daring experiment of appearing on the stage In ordinary street attire , and without accompaniment , the management appealing for the indulgence of the audience during their performance . They were an immenso success , and were repestedly recalled , tho audience , If anything , being over indulgent , and quits half a dozen songs were given by Those 8 Boys snd well given , too . VARDOM , PERRY ami WILBER Thoaa Thraa Boym THE ENGLISH GUY Griff OysUI Ikitrc . Whrukee , DecnrtttfSti . The Milwaukee _ _ Free Press says : x _^ fl _ H _^_ ^ Griff nom- * WaaaaaaaWaaa ^ but if he never /_^ HS . / ? -5 sM _\ jug...
Page 107 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
p BESTTiwwitR ^ BlJI ^ f WILL CRESSY of CBESSY AND DAYNE , Said : Taylor Trunks ! Why , who ever heard of . any other make ! Send for New 1911 catalogue , free . C . A . TAYLOR TRUNK WORKS CHICAGO : 35 E . Randolph St . _ NEW YORK : 131 W 38 th St . J DR . -H _ JL _ IAIM SIEOEL Official Dontist to the WHITE RATS and A . A . A . 204 WBST 4-and . STREET Phone ^ t- Bryant . ( Opposite Ha-msrstoia a ) . Wow T . rk JOHN L . WEBER , HUBERT _ , WBBBR CHICAGO COSTUME WORKS THEATRICAL COSTUMIERS Headquarters for tights , spangles , trimmings , Indian and Western Oooda Bast property department in the West Send 4 centa for new merchandise catalogue 143 NT Dearborn Street , Chicago , 111 . Central 6292 . i - . r I VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS HAVE ROOKED THEIR I / JL 1 1 steamship accommodations through my office and all were satisBed . If yon are \ K II K 1 Being abroad , let me make your steamship arrangements . Also railroad tickets to 1 . 1 fl A I all parts of the UNITED STATES . I U 1 U 1 PAUL TAUSI...
Page 107 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
, \ S. CAPEZIO Mm ^\ Historical and Theatrical \_ V SHOEMAKER ¦ M ^ Ijtt 129 West 40 th St . ^ KUL ^ New York ^ PB ^^ Ea _ Ht AU kinds of ballet shoes . CHAS . HORWITZ Author of the best sketches In vaudeville . Over 250 successes playing . His record speaks for itself . ( Boom 81 B ) , 1402 Broadway , How York . Phone 25 M 9 Murray Hill . PHOTOGRAPHS CABINETS or 5 x 7 LOBBY PHOTOS , $ 1 . 00 per dozen ; original posing to illustrate your act by Mr . Eldenour . Repros . —100 , $ 6 ; Dos ., $ 1 . 50 . CABB 0 NA STUMO , 915 Aroh Bt ., Fhila ., Pa . WILLIAMS AND CO . K _ ENEY * S THEATBE , Sd Avo ., How York . Prsdastisiis . TandoviUo Asts and Aalllas Dy &gt; Senary , PHOTOGRAPHS CAB 1 NBTS or 5 x 7 LOBBY PHOTOS , $ 1 . 00 per dozen ; original posing to illustrate your act by Mr . Riilenour . Repros . —100 , $ 9 ; Dos ., $ 1 . 60 . CARBONA STUDIO , SIS Aroh St ., Fhila ., Fa . George Robinson LAWYER • alar * Theatre Building , New York . Opon Day aad Nartt .
PHILADELPHIA [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
PHILADELPHIA Bell Phone : Filbert 44-20 By BOB WATT No . 261 So . 9 th St We do not need the calendar to tell us when the joyous Christmas times draw near in Philadelphia , for there is a far surer method . When the front of the historic Walnut Street theater is festooned with greens , interlocked with holly branches , then we know that Christmas is fast approaching . Ever since Chauncey Olcott has been playing his annual engagement in this city it has been at this theater , and he always arranged to have the front draped in green in honor of Christmas and as a little token to the Emerald Isle , BOB WATT . which all of his plays are built around . Now that the front is a mass of green we know that Chauncey and Christmas are coming . And then there will be his usual observance of that day , with a Christmas tree , piled to the top with gifts for every one of his comprany . Philadelphia managers will ( not have to growl or grumble on this Christmas day , for while the season has not b...
Page 108 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
I PLACES FOR ARTISTS TO STOP Headquarters : 776 8 th Ave fdepfione . 554-555 Bryant SJJe EDMONDS Furnished Apartments The Only Apartment Catering Exclusively to the Profession * NEW YORK CITY , . 754-T 56 and 776-778-780 8 th AVENUE 0 H _ BLOCK TO TUtES SWABE NEW YORK CXTV Private Bath , Ratea to Suit Everybody , Private Phone in Each Apart ment Headquarters for Vaudeville Artists . - DELI CATESSEN &amp; GROCER \ 7 EDMONDS APARTMENTS BLDO ., 776 8 th Ave , N « w York JL FRED HARDING Prop . When you want something Good to Eat , Call 2687 Bryant Especially Catering to Theatrical People . Everything Good to Eat FURNISHED APARTMENTS , Complete for Housekeeping exceptionally clean , three and four room apartment * , porcelain bath , steam heated , hot water ; reasonable rent 325 and 330 WEST 43 «_ . STREET , NEW YORK CITY OK . ILOC . « . BOADW * r . » »» TAHIT . MJ . W. A. MORTIMERSGatfo and R «« taur « nt 282 WEST 47 th ST . Inst round the corner from Broadway . _ _ £ * N _ Vew ...
Page 108 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
249 WEST 38 th SIT . FURNISHES ROOMS . Rates reasonable . Three blocks walk to subway . Block and a half to Broadway . THE XENNABDS , Props . THE ARTHUR 252-254 W . 38 th Street 100 rooms , few vacancies , $ 2 . 60 to $ 5 weekly . Baths on every floor , steam heat , electric Hints Telephone . . JUST TRY ONCE HOME COOKING *** iva ^ RESTAURANT 11 2 W . 45 th St . NEW YORK ESHHAH , Proprietor . CLEAN , POOL , ——rXM—O , ACQ———OS . FURNISHED ROOMS 261 and 263 West 42 d St . UNDEB J _ T ___ Y HEW HAHAOEHBHT . Large and small rooms . Double and single . By day or wort . Oloa * to Principal Th . atra and Booking Agents . Special twins for th * pr » teeeUm .
Page 108 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
BOUSQUET HOUSE 159 W . 44 th ST . CAFE AND RESTAURANT . Telephone , 1632 Bryant . Lunch 40 c , Dinner 60 c , wine included . Malson recommandaux artistes . Room and Board . C . RIVOIRB , Prop . ROUX HOUSE 110 W . 47 th St ., New York . Booms and board . Table dHote . Lunch 45 c ., Dinner 60 c . Culsln * Franoals * . FURNISHED ROOMS CATER TO PROFESSIONALS . Clou to all Theatres . Modern Improvements . Singls and Doubl * Booms . 326 WEST 46 th STREET HEW YORE . MRS . PHEHEY . THE BRICK-Reiistered W . R . Hotel 810 Cor . Hill aad Lina Sta ., ITHACA , V . Y . Special Attntlea to Taud . Till * Artiata . Anwr , plan . Modara !_» r * T *_* at * . $ I . Wf * r « r . k- M . ITU—JU-OH . H » gU- » a *
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
WANTS Bates , 10 words 25 c , each additional word * e . Advertisements of a strictly commercial nature ezclnded . Terms , cash with order . HENRY CLAY GRANT write * parodies , material and advertisements . Draws cartoons . The Player . I WANT people who want real acts . Hal Mordaunt , 330 W . 58 th St . Phone , 3979 Columbus . I WANT girls , singers and dancers . Hal Mordaunt , 330 W . 58 th St . Phone , 3979 Columbus . A SET of four 10 % royalty plays , $ 100 each ; 70 gold medal poem readings , $ 5 each ; songs , $ 25 , 5 % royalty . Talent with money starred . Lothrop , 1287 Commonwealth Ave ., Boston , Mass .
Page 109 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
Fischer &amp; Co ., COSTUMIERS tet WEST 49 th STREET MEW YORK OITY Theatrical and Historical Costumes of every description FOB BALE and TO HIRE . OOSTUHES mad * to order . ORIGINAL DESIGNS . COMPLETE THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS FURNISHED . AMATEUR SOCIETIES COMPLETELY EQUIPPED ANYWHERE . Ho catalogues . NEW PROCESS — NO CBACX . SCENERY for vaudeville productions . Fainted by a new process . Can be folded for trunks withoat cracking . Absolutely fireproof . No dye used . Brilliant coloring and artistic work . Saves transfer bills and excess . Reference * from people now nsing . WILLIAM W . FETTERS , Soenio Artist , Walnut Street Theatre , PHILADELPHIA , PA IBKinLlm ¦ i | _ 3 HtCtaatiia-isiWW ¦ H | M Und MM * . _* f . Mat at * 9 _ B __ H _ i P . —It 5 M- tan , ( uknaattt . fffSl ^ maaaaWM fo-. Mi , on if W _ ifawny . ______ ¦ ____ 1493 ITM *— 1 W . Ea WHITTLE The man that makes them all laugh . fi ~ m —1 T MARXQ SfewlKr ¦ / J BROTHERS J P * ^ ^ aaaaWamaaaL ^ aaa ^ . t AWD LU &a...
Page 109 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
NEW YORK CITY . ¦ HOTEL PLYMOUTH EUROPEAN PLAN 38 th Stroet , Bat . 7 th andMhAvaa ., Mm Ym OHy New Flre-Prool Building . A Stone s Throw From Broadway ifflTIPC TUT DiTCC A room by the day with use of I 1 UIIUC InC Hll ltd bath , S 1 . 00 and * 1 . 25 single ; 11 . 50 and $ 1 . 75 doable . A room by the day with private bathroom attached , $ 1 . 50 single ; $ 2 . 00 double . Rooms with use of batb , from $ 5 . 00 to $ 8 . 00 per week single ; and from $ 6 . 00 to $ 8 . 50 double . Rooms with private bath attached , from 18 . 60 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 long , distance telephone . Restaurant a la carte . Club Breakfaata . Phone . 1320 Murray Hill T . SINNOTT , Wanag *&gt;» THE MONFORT 40 th ST ., BETWEEN BBOADWAY AND SIXTH AYE . Devoted to Theatrioal People . Over 100 Booms . Steam Heat . Hot Water Baths . Hoof * just bean decorated and refurnished . Exeell...
Page 109 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
IOWA . REVERE HOTEL CLINTON , IA . European Plan . Bates , 50 cents and up . Electrio Lights , Baths , Steam Heat . One half blook from Family Theater . DES MOINES , IOWA White Rati BMlqnuttr MAJESTIC HOTEL ( European Plan ) Next door to the Orpheum Theater . PLAYER ON FILE . LOUIS HELFBB , Prop . LOUISIANA . NEW ORLEANS Howlers for WHITE RATS ?__ RANSON HOTEL 285-287 Dauphine Street , Near Every Theatre ia the City . Mr . _ Mrs . Sag * Bos * ( Karl * Banaoa ) Proprietor * . Agency for THE PLAYEK . MASSACHUSETTS . BOSTON , —ASS . White Bats Headquarters . NEW RICHWOOD HOTEL AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN . 884 TBEKONT ST . Near all theatres . Renovated throughout—strictly modern . Telephone , hot and cold running water In all room * . Rooms with private bath , single or ea anltc . Rates moderate . Ask Willard and Bond , Jat . J . Carvln . Arthur Tan , Fitsgerald aad ODell . PLAYER ea file . J . O . LYONS , —gr . THE HOTEL WITH A WELCOME . THE KENNEY W . L . MERCER , Prop . 833-335 North...
BOSTON [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
BOSTON Ey PETER S . McNALLY 720 Colonial Building Notwithstanding the advent of Christmas , the business at the theaters and other amusement resorts is holding up very gratifyingly . There has been a shop-early campaign on which has resulted in numberless crowds visiting the city from the suburbs , and this may account in a great measure for the sustained patronage at the amusement resorts . PETER S . McNALLY . Mr . Townsend Walsh , long-time agent , has been looking after the publicity in connection with Everywoman , which is having a very successful run at the Majestic theater , and his work has attracted a great deal of attention on account of its high character . Mr . Walsh is very popular in Boston , and his stay here is being made very pleasant by his numerous friends . Another well-known representative has been in town for several days booming Dorothy Donnelly in The Princess Zim-Zim . Reference is made to Doc . Haynes , a good oldtimer , whose popularity is boundless . Macke...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 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 and 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 theaters without leaving forwarding address . It will be advertised with other mail . A—Ruth Arlington , Ashton &amp; Earle , Harry G . Allen . B—J . E . Barry , Barton &amp; Fee , Madie Burker , Burns &amp; Clark , Ivan Black , Mrs . Wm . Broad , Ruth Belmar . C—Colton &amp; Darrow , Curran &amp; Edwards , Frank Carlton , Chas . Crossman , Kate Chvette , Jennie Colborn , Clyde Carmen . D—Manuel De Fra , Les Dunn , Frank Dante , C . Robert Dordeen , Mrs . Lew Dunbar , Thos . H . Dalton , The De Longs , Phil Darling . U—will Edmunds , Mysterious Evelyn , Joseph Deissler . J ?—Walter Fleming , Radie Furman , Kitty Faye , M...
WALTER LEROY TO PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
WALTER LEROY TO PRODUCE Walter LeRoy will produce shortly after the holidays a three-act legitimate Irish comedy , entitled , Hogan s Millions , by George M . Cohan . The Dreamland theater in Lincoln , Neb ., which opened only a few weeks ago , has closed on account of poor business . It is situated in a residential district . De Cotret &amp; Rego are playing a twenty-eight weeks contract over the Griffin Circuit . Al . Canfield , who was with the Majesties , until that company closed in Philadelphia , is now with Gordon &amp; Norths Passing Parade company .