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Page 113 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

AB | T AN IRISH CLASSIC T| Pp ERARY 0 BLARNEY ^ TAUMENTAL AND VOCAL . BY BY J . FRED HELF . J - fRED HElF 1 fl WEE LITTLE DROP THE CRUISKEEN LAWN [ BY ______________ A SPRIG J- FRE 0 HELF coLEENIBAWN 0 SHILLALAH BY BY J . FRED HELF WATCH IT GROW J . FRED HELF I # ffl / It aMi (sifonJfatf SHORT VAMP SHOES [ TRADE MARKI 54 W _ St 31 St St ., YORK Complete line of all prevailAnnouncing the OPENING « n * mode * at OF A BRANCH SHOP both d; — ready-to-wear 1591 BROADWAY , « t 48 th St . < *<* cuetom made Order * by mail or wire invited ; lfflllfflsJOWttS Displaying their goods at the Hudson Theater , Union Hill , Xmas week . Managers observe . ** PAT CASEY and JENNIE JACOBS , [CHAS . JACOBS [- | DENVERIREPRESENTATIVE TED SNYDER MUSIC PUB . CO . _ THE MERRIEST XMASI A HAPPIER NEW YEAR IM 11 BSTILL WORKING . MERRY XMAS TO ALL ~ f \ ~ . BILLY £ WALDRON A ) s |^^ ffSffira and VICTOR V . yy ^ sgp if A CG I w ^ wAOO fe g > ^^ GERMAN EMPERORS

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AFew Observations- [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

AFew Observations- ( Continued from page 15 ) An awakened legislature two years ago answered the appeal of your association and passed such a law as you desired to establish the proper equities between the captains of vaudeville enterprises and the members of your association as regards the character and methods of employment . An awakened legislature last year refused to repeal this law , even though appealed by these interests in the guise of the modifications being desired by the officials of the City of New York , whose duties are to enforce it . The present Sherman Anti-Trust Law , under which so many captains of industry have been convicted and others have pleaded guilty , remained a dead law on the statute books for many years until public sentiment demanded its enforcement , and the results secured by this law answer the adverse criticism . We have an adequate law and ne ^ d to educate the people to the inequities sought to be remedied by this law and thus arouse and awaken ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

GREET IINGS OF THE SEASOIN

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Page 114 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
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Page 114 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

MAX SPIEGELS ATTRACTIONS COHJA ^ BIrt . THEATRE BLDG SUITE 1009-10-I 1 . I 2 = , THIRD ANNUAL TOUR OF THE COLLEGE dLS with MR . ABE REYNOLDS MISS ALT A PHIPPS MR . ED ROGERS and a competent cast , including KLARA HENDRIX , EDNA MAZE , MAY WALSH , WALTER JOHNSON , HARRY PRESCOTT , GEORGE LEONARD MR . CHAS . FOREMAN , Manager MR . HARRY H . HEDGES , Advance MR . MAX FEHRMAN , Musical Director

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Page 114 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

PHQP cvnn i ^^ . m \\* ^ mtW ^ BW E- ^ # ¦ WmmW E _ ¦_¦ - _¦ CAMPBELL d WEBERS A merry XmaS a » ci Happy IVewyear , to Mil HOSESYDE . z . CAMpBELL & WEB *— ¦¦¦¦» ¦¦ -- i—_&_ : —i m ^ SaaaaaaaaaaaatWmWt _ lEPi „ fc _^___ mB _ J _^_^_^_^_^ r ^ „^___ i __ K _^__|_ B _^___! 4 H _ lli __ H *_ H __^_ k allffiC _ BP ^ 3 i IB If - ^^^ - I - ^ 1 THE QUEEN Of BOHEMIA with MR . SAM SIOMAN OOUNTESS ROSSI MR . CHARLES DREW and a competent cast , including KATHLEEN KAY , CARRIE BARRY , TWIN CLARK SISTERS , GEORGE F . HAYES , WILL J . WARD , LOU HARTMANN STEPHEN PAUL MR . PHIL ISAAC , Manager MR . LOU GILBERT , Advance MR . CHAS . P . BURTON , Musical Director

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Page 114 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

ALSO THE INITIAL TOUR OF fl WINNING WIDOW with MR . JOE M . FIELDS MISS FLORENCE MAY MR . GEORGE SGANLON and a host of clever entertainers , Including HARRY LANIONT , HENRIETTA WHEELER , BONNIE FARLEY , DANNIE MORRISON , HARRY BARTON MR . DAVE POSNER , Manager MR . GEORGIA ALABAMA FLORIDA , Advance MR . FRED MANNY , Musical Director

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 115 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
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Page 115 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

PAUL JOE QU 1 NN and MITCHELL PRESENTING THE LEMON CITY LAND AGENT AND THE ORANGE GROVE GOLD MINE Two laughable episodes in ONE Permanent Address , 437 FIFTH AVENUE GUARANTOR REALTY CO . NEW YORK CITY , N . Y . DOWNEY , WILLARD AND SWAIN Are meeting with great success with their Comedy , entitled THE HOUSE BROKEN GOOSE Booked solid , commencing March 4 th , in the following cities : Firat Three Bays , Live Oysterj Last Three , Painted Post , Mo . March 11 th , Missing- Hail ; Last Three , Limping Clam , Okla . March 18 th , Lone Gulch ; Last Three Days , Lame Hiver , Wis . March 25 th , Round Square ; Last Three Days , Adlihsville , Ohio , April 1 st , Travel ; 4 th , 5 th and 6 th , Hard Sponge , Miss . ; April 8 th , Glue Swamp—we stick here a Week . We wish all friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year . We do not play Siberia as the House will he Closed for Three Days owing to the Management having a new Time Lock put on the Stage Door . For Open Time , write Our Agent , LE...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 115 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY SNOW SHOE DANCERS IN THE WORLD . «¦ THEMOZARTS «- In an original Novelty Scenic Comedy Sketch , SNOWED IN By HERBERT HALL WINSLCW . > CHARACTERS . HEINIE , A Young German Mountaineer Fred Mozart STEIHIE , Little Miss Snow Shoes . Eva Mozart . Scene One—A Log Cabin in the Mountains . Scene Two—Winter on the Mountain . Title and Act protected by U . S . Patents and Copyright . TO MANAGERS , ARTISTS AND AGENTS—In wishing you a . Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New lear , we also wish to thank you tor the kind assistance you have given us , in suppressing attempts to Pirate our ORIGINAL IDEAS and MATERIA !* Also to call your attention to a TEAM using the title MOZARTS or MOZART DUO . To aid in the confusion I am informed this team lias used some of our press material to assist them . ANYONE KNOWING THE ADDRESS OP THIS TEAM will confer a Personal favor by sending me the same . FRATERNALLY YOURS , THE MOZARTS ( Fred and Eva ) . I Care of JO PAIG...

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ITEMS OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

ITEMS OF NEWS Fred Huxtable , Bryce Desmond and Miss Margaret Henry are meeting with success in the comedy sketch Broadway , U . S . A . They are on the United time at present but will soon open on the Orpheum Circuit . Hal Mordaunt will soon put out a big vaudeville number entitled The Spearmint Girls . All of the members will be of the restricted kind . Kashima , the Juggling Kid , will shortly introduce a novelty in the way of a pantomimic absurdity in which he will be assisted by a bevy of pretty girls . He will introduce many styles of odd juggling which will be interspersed with comedy . The Armstrong Follies company are now putting on two bills a week at the Savoy theater , San Diego , Cal . Brownie Burke , the diminutive mascot of the Cincinnati Baseball Club , made his stage debut at the Orpheum theater last week , playing the stable boy in Wildfire . He made good and helped business on account of being so well known . The Princess theater , Tacoma , Wash ., is doing well w...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 116 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
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Page 116 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

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Page 117 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
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Page 117 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

Merry Xmas Happy New Year IGEORGE H. WEBSTER THEATRICAL EXCHANGE ARNOLDHIRSCH rADrA -.- • _ _ . . C . W . GATES Manager CHICAGO Office £ / VlCtjU , J _ N . D. Manager ST . PAUL Office 106 North La Salle Street 330 and 340 Shubert Building EDWARD CLARK An Artist to His Finger Tips says John W . Considine Portraying a man of fifty , a girl of twenty , and a boy of thirteen IPer . Add . 1553 Broadway JVLerr ? Christmas and F) app >> JMew XtZY I to our founder , J GEO . FULLER GOLDEN and all brothers Here s to a Merry Christmas and may the New Year see us all in good health and booked solid with a good equitable contract . Yours with all Best Wishes I TEDBAILEY WITH King , Queen , Prince Agent , ADOLPH MEYERS Noisy Alone Hart Dancing Fern Ashwell Wish , their many friends a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year . Miss Hart s only sister , Grace , I late of the Wilson Sisters , will join them soon . Now en route from China , L

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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FOREIGN SHOW NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

FOREIGN SHOW NEWS At Bostocks jungle , in Nottingham , Eng ., a bear killed a performing lion recently . Jack Johnson broke all records of the Birmingham hippodrome when he played there . One of the vaudeville papers in England runs a column in which performers can claim priority for stage names or bits of new stage business . The pantomime business of a mirror , with the glass removed , is creating a lot of talk and numerous suits in England . It is an old stunt in this country . Alf . Raffin and Mile . Lavinia have sailed for South America with their flying trapeze monkeys . They call the understander of an acrobatic team a down man in England . Happy Atwood , of England , announces that he is booked up until 1922 . Well , he has nothing to worry about , and will be envied by many performers in this country who have not yet signed up for next week . Hanny Morton , who is doing an American song and dance , is now on a tour of Europe . Mark Sheridan is singing We All Went Marching H...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 118 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
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Page 118 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

THE MEAD BOOKING OFFICE 228 TREMONT STREET , BOSTON , MASS . ESTABLISHED 1890 FRANK W . MEAD , Owner MISS GRETA BYRON , Secretary WM . H . WOLLFE , Genl Representative , Helen—STUART and HALL-Fred Present THE VOICE DEVELOPER Introducing Polly Wiggles and her animated Hair-Now on the Mead Time Fred—WRIGHT and LEIGHT 0 N—Dottie SOME SINGERS - SOME COMEDY - SOME DANCERS Now on the Mead Time Phil—APEL and EATON-Burf CLEVER PROTEAN ARISTS Now on the Mead Time PARIS BROTHERS THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY NOODLE , NOODLE BOYS Now on the Mead Time BILL-BAKER and JESS THE FUNNY SIDE OF MAGIC Now on the Mead Time Geo .-BR 00 KS and WARD-Avona IN A BIG MISTAKE Now on the Mead Time

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 119 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
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Page 119 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911

FIRST NEW YORK APPEARANCE OF ¦ ¦ _ ft LlJLtJ _ f % GRANT MCCOHHELL- SIMPSON Presenting their One-Act Playlet , by HERBERT HALL WINSLOW The Right Girl ABigLaughing Hit This Week FIFTH AVENUE THEATRE Prof . Corrigan s Troupe of Educated Angora Goats ANIMALS THAT WORK LIKE HUMAN BEINGS HAS PLAYED RETURN DATES ON EVERY CIRCUIT IN THE WEST This Big Novelty Is A Sure Fire Hit On Any Bill Address PLAYER HARVEY W. THOMAS and WRIGHT »¦¦* THE TWO IN RED IN ORIGINAL DANCEOLOGIES . Introducing their own up-to-date character comedy imitations . A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all friends .

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