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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
MINNESOTA . The Home of the White Bats in BT , PAUL . PLAYERS INN HOTEL 108 East Seventh Street , between BeDort and Minnesota Streets . Rooms with hot and cold water , Single $ 3 . 80 , DenH * $ 5 . 00 per week . Rooms with private baths , Single $ 5 and $ 8 , Double $ 7 and $ 8 . Under the management of Nathan Neff . formerly of th * Liberty Hotel .
Page 110 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
MASSAC HUSETTS . HOTEL TAXI 408 TBEMONT ST ., BOSTON , MASS . Opposite Castle Square Theatre . Phone Tremont 21 , 689 . Situated in the heart of the city , within a few minutes walk to all theatres . Everything up to date . Booms by day 5 O- $ 2 . O 0 , by the week $ 2 . 00 and up Single , Double $ 3 . 00 and up . An extra addition to th * hotel , containing 30 more rooms , of lateBt improvements , has been completed exclusively for the theatrical profession , with Parlor , Smoking Boom , Baths , etc . la th * orator * f th * th * atrlc _ district . KIRTLAND HOUSE 62 SUMMER ST ., LYNN , MASS . EUROPEAN PLAN . Only notel la th * dty harlnaj room * with privet * bath . ALL WHITE BATS SHOULD 8 TAY AT William Tell House 28 S 0 MEB 8 ET ST ., BOSTON , MASS . Home Cooking . Special Weekly Terms for Meal * . STOP AT MBS . THO—ASS BEN FRANKLIN HOUSE A friend to the Profession for twenty year * . Room and Board , $ 5 . 00 , $ 5 . 50 and $ 6 . 00 24 Summerset Bt ,, BOSTON , MASS . MARYLAND . ...
Page 110 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
MICHIGAN , Harrington Hotel No . 46-48 LAFAYETTE BLVD ., DETROIT . Next door to W . B . A . U . s Opposite Post Office . CAFETERIE IN CONNECTION . POPULAR PBICES . MISSOURI . ST . LOUIS . REGENT HOTEL , 100 N . 14 th LELAND HOTEL , 1414 Market E . E . CAMPBELL , Prop , and Mgr . WHITE BATS HEADQUABTEBB . 10 minutes walk to all theatres . RULINGSHOTEL Newly Furnished , Steam Heat , ate . 8 . E . Cor . 7 th and Walnut St .., ST . LOUIS . Whits Bats and Everybody Weloem * . . Call and see me . DAVID O . RILLING , Proprietor . WHITE BATS WELCOME AND STOP AT HIPPODROME HOTEL _ % ( formerly Hotel Owens ) . Hot and cold water In every room . Rooms with bath , steam heat . Rates : European plan , for summer only , $ 2 . 60 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 . SADEK . Whits Bats and A A A . Welcome . HOTEL FORNEY JOPLIN , MO . Register...
DAN PLAYS SANTA [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
DAN PLAYS SANTA Dan Sherman positively refused to play weeks of Dec . 18 or Dec . 25 as he has a very important engagement at his summer resort , Sherman Lake , Davenport Centre , N . Y . Every Christmas Dan has to make-up as Santa Claus and help distribute the gifts that his wife buys for the kids , who live within ten miles of Davenport Centre . The ceremonies take place at a little red school house , that has been standing there for years , and Dan says he has more fun with those rosy cheeked boys and girls than he has at any other time in the year . While his wife was doing the shopping in toy stores in New York Dan purchased two big automobiles to be used to transport people to and from his summer resort in the Catskills .
NAT SETTLES UP [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
NAT SETTLES UP Nat C . Goodwin has made a settlement through hfs attorneys with Edna Goodrich , his third wife . In lieu of the anti-nuptial settlement he compromised by giving her cash and real estate , said to amount to over a half million of dollars . Miss Goodrich s attorney claims that this is about one-third of Mr . Goodwin s possessions and that Edna Goodrich will use a portion of the money to go on a starring tour . The trustees of Goodwin s affairs , in Los Angeles , sent by telegraph , last Saturday , $ 15 , 000 to Miss Goodrich in New York . The telegraph tolls would have made a fine Christmas present for most people .
MAY GIVES PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
MAY GIVES PARTY ROXBURY , Mass ., Dec . 16 . —Miss May Rozella , the dainty singing comedienne , gave a party at her residence in this city last evening and it was one of the most charming social events that this . city has ever seen . The party was in honor of the Guckel Club , of which the hostess is secretary . The usual festivities of singing and dancing were indulged in and a banquet topped off the evening s pleasures . At midnight when automobiles came to the door to take the guests home the whole company sang Auld Lang Syne . Among those present were Mrs . Ed . Kelly , Mrs . C . E . Ingalls , Mrs . Francis H . Bennari , Cecile Otterita , Sadie Barton , Bella Pickett , Josephine Chase , Bessie Miller , Mary Harper and the Shuman sisters .
PETE IN BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
PETE IN BUSINESS Pete C . Armstrong , well known as a producer of electrical novelties , and one of the originators of the electric aerial ballet , has given up the road and settled down in New York as a prosaic business man . Hehas purchased an interest in the White Rat Transfer Co ., and is now looking after performers trunks , etc . Pete has elaborate plans for the construction of a new headquarters for the firm . It will consist of a huge building , in which trunks and scenery can be stored , and will have a large gymnasium attached for the use of performers . Mr . Armstrong was one of the originators of The Vassar Girls . He only returned from Europe two months ago , where he had made contracts for the appearance of his aerial electric ballet in Berlin , next September .
BILL DALY DYING [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
BILL DALY DYING ¦ BOSTON , Mass ., Dec . 18 . —Captain Bill Daly , the last of the Daly Brothers , is lying at the point of death at his home in this city . He is the last of five brothers who were well known in theatrical life , and who accumulated fame and fortune on the stage . Twenty years ago five boys who had been born in Boston put out a show called Vacation . Four of them took part and the other financed the enterprise . It was a success from the start and the firm accumulated much money . Bill , Dan , Bob and Tom all had parts in this show and it gained for them much popularity . Dan was the most successful of the brothers , becoming one of the high-priced stars of the country . Bill Daly retired from the stage a number of years ago and has been holding a political position in this city . Now the physicians say that the complication of diseases he is suffering from prevent any possibility of his recovery , and the many friends of the Daly Brothers will receive this news wit...
PERCIVAL POLLARD [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
PERCIVAL POLLARD Percival Pollard , an author and playwright , died at a hospital in Baltimore , Md ., Dec . 17 , from neuritis of the brain . He was born in Germany forty-two years ago . His home was in Milford , Conn . In collaboration with Leo Ditrichstein he wrote a play entitled The Ambitious Mrs . Alcott , which was produced at the Astor theater , New York , in 1907 . He was the author of many volumes of fiction .
A COLUMBUS RUMOR [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
A COLUMBUS RUMOR COLUMBUS , O ., Dec . 18 . —It is rumored here that the Grand theater will play burlesque after Jan . 1 , under the direction of the Columbia Amusement Co . Vaudeville has been the attraction at that house , but business has not been up to the standard lately .
R . J . HUNT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
R . J . HUNT R . J . Hunt , who was a member of the Yon Yonson company , under the management of W . M . Russell , died in a hospital in Seattle , Wash ., on Dec . 12 , after a short illness from tuberculosis . He was the husband of Carrie Godfrey , who is also connected with the Yon Yonson company . M AUD E . D ARCY , thirty-three years of age , died in Philadelphia last week from an attack of paralysis . She played in vaudeville , with her husband , under the team name of Trainor &amp; Dale , and had formerly been with the Wilbur Opera Co ., and The Rentz Santley Co . FRED . BROWN , a stage hand with , the Everywoman company , died at a hospital in Cincinnati , O ., last week of pneumonia . The remains were sent to his late home in Buffalo , N . Y . F RED C . BERGER , Jr ., son of the manager of the Columbia theater in Washington , D . C ., died of tuberculosis on Dec . 14 at Saranac Lake , N . Y . He had attained a high place in the theatrical world before his illness . T...
ABANDONS ORPHEUM PROJECT [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
ABANDONS ORPHEUM PROJECT PHILADELPHIA , Dec . 18 . —J . Fred Zimmerman , owner of the Liberty and Keystone theaters , announced today that he had withdrawn from the project to manage a new theater in Germantown . The house is in process of construction and when completed was to have been known as the Orpheum . There was some business entanglement which delayed the erection of the theater and Mr . Zimmerman withdrew his proposition to lease and manage the house . He states that he has another location in view for a vaudeville house and that the work of erecting it will soon be commenced . He Will own this new house entirely , the same as he does the Liberty and Keystone .
Page 111 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
NEW HAMPSHIRE . The New American House JACK DRISCOLL , Proprietor . CONOOBD , NEW HAMPSHIHE . NORTH CAROLINA . HOTEL WEBSTER GEO . WIGFALL , Prop . WINSTON-SALEM , N . 0 . Special Bates to Wblte Bats . NORTH DAKOTA . DIXON EUROPEAN HOTEL HOME FOR WHITE BATS . Always have been pleased . 805 Broadway . FARGO , N . DAK . MRS . J . SUITS , Prop . OREGON . THE THEATRE CENTRE OF PORTLAND , OREGON . THE CALUMET HOTEL 160 PARK ST . Professional rates : 80 . 75 single , $ 1 . 00 double . Special rateB by the week . Orphenm 1 M blocks . Empress 1 % blocks , Pantages 1 % blocks , Heillg 2 blocks , Baker 8 blocks , Bungalow 4 blocks . OKLAHOMA VICTORIA HOTEL ( EUROPEAN ) Cor . Broadway and Bono Streets , OKLAHOMA CITY , OKLA The official White Bat Hotel . OHIO . European Plan . Bates 60 c , 76 a , | 1 . 00 . HOTEL MANHATTAN RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION . 225 South Main Street ( opp . National Theatre ) , DAYTON , OHIO . One Hook from Lyrio Theatre and Union Station . WHERE THE WHITE BATS MEET . THE...
Page 111 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
PENNSYLVANIA . IMPERIAL HOTEL COBBY , PA . Bates , | 1 . 00 per day . Special attention to White Bats . J , E . KEPPEL , Proprietor . DIGKINSON HOTEL 821 EAST BBOAD ST ., RICHMOND , VA Meals at all hours . Special rates to professionals American and European Plan . Opposite Colonial , Bijou and Lubin Theatre . THE CLINTON And Anne * 415 Perm Ave . ( below Hotel Lincoln ) , 417 Peon Ave . Two Hooks from Alvin , Dugussne , Oayety and Lyceum Theatres . ( Home for Whit * Rats . ) PITTSBURG . PA . JACKS First-class Bar and Bestanraat attached . Corner Federal and Erie Street * ( opposite Kayos Theatre ) , North Side , Pittsburg , Pa . Booms by Day , Week or Month at Reasonable Bat ** . Steam Heated throng-hour , Eleotrio Passu * Elevator . JOHN P . SOUTTEB , Proprietor . ( Home for White Rats . ) When in ERIE , PA ,, Stay at th * - HOTEL RUNYAN THE TROUPERS HOME . SOT FRENCH ST . American Plan . Bates : $ 1 . 00 and 11 . 25 per day . Centrally located . One block from all theatre * . B ....
Page 112 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
ThTllomB of the WHITE ANNEX HOTEL HOT AND COLD WATER III EVERY BOOM RA TS MUSKOGEE , OKLA . A MERRY XMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY FRIENDS EAST AND WEST . The Kelly House 16 AND 18 PINE ST ., NEWARK , N . J . JULIA KELLY , Prop . CHICAGO . ILLINOIS . STOP AT THE HOTEL MELBA When in POST WORTH , TEXAS . One Hook from all the Theatres . PAYTON BISTERS , Proprietors . ——- KEEP THE PLAYER POSTED — ¦_^—- ———————————————————————— - COLORADO , IMn ? HEALL ORIENT HOTEL* ° ™ £ * THEATRES amumRmt n CM WED *»*• KA . *_» ABSOLUTELY Hatillm DENVER Walton St . G £ 0 # L £ WIS FIRE-PROOF THE PLAYER ON FILE MANAGER _ 5 _ iS «** ET- __ l ^_ B » 2 r _ r ^ Jl HOTEL YORK ( European ) CHICAGO 33 rd Street near Michigan Blvd . Half Mock from Southside El . Indiana or State Street surface cars . AH outside rooms , -with or without bath . Hot and cold water . Elevator service . Special rates to the profession , 38 . 00 per week and up . Phone Douglas 408 . H . E , KINO , Prop . Keep THE PLAYER Posted NEW ...
Page 113 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
OPPOSITION TO NO ONE SHEA 6 SHAY SUITE 138139140 KNICKERBOCKER BIDG . I40 EBROADWAY , N. Y. fliT WEEKS AROUND fll ALL AGENTS VISIT OUR N . Y . HOUSES CLUB DEPT . UNDER THE DIRECTION OF JAMIE KELLY I; . COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON TO ALL fa APPAL * fr JBI Vg &amp; JL ^ ZOOLOGICA L . W * $ g ^ Jl —CIRCUS— Itf . 4 Bears , 8 Dogs , 3 Monkeys , 1 Ant Eater Working steady for the past two years and booked solid until May on nothing but the best . Then coming East . NOW BOOKING SEASON OF 1912-13 . SEE PAT CASEY Asst . Trainers , FRED BOELL , HARRY VAN AIKEN