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Page 120 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
Andrew Tombes THAT JERUSALEM RAG - MUSICAL DREAM Send for professional Copies NOW BETTS AND BINNER , ^^ gff a : -SBORSINI TROUPE B- _^_ I _^_^_ PX ^_^_ H 110 B ! * &gt;_ BG _^^ H _ B- _ M __ a _ Hfe--i- ^^ S 5 M w $ &gt; ^ jfiigJ _ S _ wS ^^ j » eai ^ gS ? _ K ^ St elill » T-Vrt il fJOCOfHuGI * I _^_^_^_^_^_^_ H » MV * _^ HIvrw 9 * r - _ iBtr »? l *&amp;_ H __ l _^_ HH ___ BsrwM ^_^_ w ____ i . 4 L ^^* t _ B _^^ HM £ 9 ir * ^ &lt;? ^ ^* ~* HB 5 B _^* BK _ . ^ KB_—P ^~ ^_— . - - * ~_ fl ^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ - ¦¦— HI — ___^__^__^__ rr ~_^___^^* 1 m ^^ i _^^^^^_ Bp ^? 5 __ Hfi 8 M _ L - ^ ^ * _ B _^_ H _^_^_^_ i _ H _ BBB _ b _ E _ d _ i _ H-B ^ - ^ J I ^ AHlAPtlAII mmM ^ mm ^ mBaaaaaaaaaaiWmBaaaaW ^ ^ -jB ^ H ^^^^^^ W ^^^^^^ *^(_ P * 5 ^^ I _ B l _ H ^__ SB _^_^__^__^__^__ B _^__ i _^_ lA *^_^_^_^_ H __ H ^_^_ BHSHsr _ P ^ . ^ ¦¦ m Baar _¦ I T ^^ A £ ^ BB _^ b ..-,, -. , TTT , swflSiifw ^ lA ^ v _ .. JI ¦ **_ 11 &gt; ¥ . ¦¦ 3 i _ H _^_ l . _ B _ H...
DANCER'S QUICK ADVANCE [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
DANCERS QUICK ADVANCE CHICAGO , Dec . 20 . —Tillie Zick , the youngest member of the Chicago grand opera chorus , is to become a premiere danseuse . During her second week in the company she attracted the attention of Mme . Rosina Galli , premiere danseuse . Mme . Galli inquired where Miss Zick had learned to dance . Miss Zick had learned in the Auditorium theater at the end of one week of training . At first Mme . Galli didnt believe it , but when convinced it ended Miss Zick s choral days . This week she is leaving the ballet to study privately with Marie Jung , ballet mistress .
A BIRD FOR CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
A BIRD FOR CHRISTMAS ROCHESTER , N . Y ., Dec . 18 . —The first eastern production of A Bird of Paradise will be made here on Christmas Day . It is a Hawaiian play , with a cast of forty . It was written by Richard Walton Tully , who was coauthor with David Belasco of The Rose of the Rancho . The play was originally produced in Los Angeles . The cast includes Theodore Roberts , Laurette Taylor , Pamela Gaythorne , Ida Waterman and a band of musicians and Hila dancers from Hawaii . It is hoped to have the new production strike Broadway shortly .
THREE MELVIN BROTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
THREE MELVIN BROTHERS I AMERICAS MOST 8 ENSATI 0 NAL GYMNASTS . 1 — Have been looked for 30 weeks over the W . V . M . A , and Interstate tims . * What HARRY ROSE of THE PLAYER had to say after seeing the MBLVIN BROTHERS : For daring and pleasing stunts of the acrohatic type the Three Melvin Brothers in their flying hand to hand catches are of the kind that send little cold shivers through your warm blood . After each of their various tricks the audience is forced to givs the boys heavy applause . Their hard work surely deserved it . Direction , A . B . MEYBBS .
Page 121 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
TORCAT- FLOPDALIZA I V | Wish io all a Merry Christmas and a Very Happy Mew Year I 7 I ¦ mawaamamma ^ amwammammamaamammaamaammamamaamMmaamaamaaaaaem . ^ aeaaammaaaeaeaamaaamamaamaammmmmmaa ^ eeamaaam _^_ - 4 _^_ M _&gt; _^_ k . «_^ ¦__ WHAT MR . EDW . R . LANG SAID : ^ ^ ^ W _ Rv 1 __ L ^^ Hk ^&gt; . Jsaaaa \ Kansas City , November 23 rd , 1911 . . ^ jH | / * j &amp; ME ^ S ^ mgf W j ¦ . — 9 WfV Torcat and Flor dAllzn : _ Hrl » i &gt;/ _ T _ * r *^ _ B _ - ! L , / , . ¦ J I s ¦ This is to certify that you have been one of the big attractions that have packed i __ i _ KI ^_ b i aa \§ 8 H _ B _ r _ r- _ » _ , ; &lt; * - » J _ the Empress theatre all this week . You have the only act of its kind in the world— jJ &amp; BmBmi ^^ » W . ik * * £ ^ H _ £ l * v . « l ^ Hi _ ~ &lt;_ v if A the comedy trained roosters . A rooster or chicken is one of the hardest animals in F ^ BaaTM J fll _!&lt; ^^ Maaaw ¦ . j ! ^^^ -4 f * .- * mm...
DIAMOND DICK DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
DIAMOND DICK DEAD KANSAS CITY , MO ., Dec . 18 . —George B . McClelland , who was known as Diamond Dick , died here last week from injuries received in being run over by a train . McClelland was a native of Ogdensburg , N . Y ., and had been noted as a rifle shot for a number of years . He received the title of Diamond Dick on account of his great love for those stones , and he always wore a lot of them . For a number of years he was with Buffalo Bill s Wild West .
A BRICKLAYING TENOR [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
A BRICKLAYING TENOR Jos . M . Gaites believes that he has engaged a tenor who will rival McCormick . His name is Paul Rafferty . Until recently Rafferty was a bricklayer in Mobile , Ala ., and when he was not busy with the trowel , sang in the local churches and at private entertainments . Recently Jake Tannenbaum , the wellknown Mobile manager and former impresario for comic opera companies , heard him and immediately sent him north to Mr . Gaites for a trial . Victor Herbert , author of The Enchantress , was so impressed with the range and strength of his voice that Mr . Gaites placed him immediately under a five-year contract .
NEW EMPIRE HOUSES [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
NEW EMPIRE HOUSES The New Miner theater , Newark , N . J ., will open on Dec . 25 , on the Empire Circuit . Frank Abbott will be the manager of this house . The new Empire theater in Baltimore , Md ., is also ready to open and the first performance there will be given on Christmas Day . It is a beautiful structure , erected at a cost of $ 750 , 000 . George Rife will be the manager of this house . The Monumental theater , which formerly housed the Empire attractions , will be run as a small time vaudeville house . The new _ home for the Empire Circuit in Baltimore being excellently located and one of the handsomest theaters in the city should do an enormous business .
WANT HIGH TAX [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
WANT HIGH TAX PHILADELPHIA , Dec . 19 . —Counsel has been engaged to fight the recent court decision of Judge Staake that moving picture shows and nickelodeons did not have to pay the State tax of $ 500 . The judge decided that they would only have to pay the city tax of $ 100 , even if they did play a few turns of vaudeville . The State law of 1907 placed a tax of $ 500 on all places of amusement . The opponents of this decision have carried the case to the Superior Court and will endeavor to make all places pay the tax , in the hope that their number will be decreased .
DID NOT LIKE PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
DID NOT LIKE PLAY Margaret Anglin , who severed her business relation with Liebler &amp; Co . lately , has just given out her reasons for doing so . She states that the firm had arranged for her to star in a play entitled The Snare , and when she read the play she found that the leading part was a woman who committed several crimes . Although there was a possible excuse for both the crimes . Miss Anglin claimed that the character was distasteful to her ,
Page 122 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
THAT FAMOUS ECCENTRIC DANCER MERRY XMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL . NOW PLAYING W . V . M . A . TIME WITH BIO SUCCESS BURT JORDAN . WISHES ALL Ol—IF- « IS-T-I \/ l &gt;* X € 3 i ^ A . r » sl __ &gt; ^ K HARRY fvl _ == N / N / 1 YEAR A . MERr-iV U M B E R T O AN XMAS THOUGHT AND NEW YEARS GREETINGS * --FROM DENVERS -CAFE - MOZART A . REGISTERED HEADQUARTERS WHITE RATS AND A . A . LAMB ~ LAMB THOSE ENTERTAINERS INTRODUCING THE ORIGINAL LADY ECCENTRIC DANCER . Just Finished a Most Successful Tour of the S . &amp; C . Time . Managers , We Will Be Ready for You After January 1 , 1912 . Care of PLAYER , New York City . Phone Murray Hill ? |||| JOE MORRIS MUSIC CO . 130 WEST 37 TH ST . NEW YORK . PUBLISHERS OF POPULAR MUSIC . Call in and hear our , new Songs , Com petent pianist always in attendance . M . L . MORRIS , Mgr - . FERNANDEZ MAY DUO EXCENTRIC MUSICAL now playing SULLIVAN AND CONSIDINE CIRCUIT Merry Christmas and Happy New Year ^ Jt ^^« r ^ o _ 5 ? ~ ~ M i...
Page 123 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
_ s .. __________ ^ M _^_^__^_^_^_^_ M __^ M ___ M _ M _^_^__^_|__ B- ^^ M ^^ Mj ^^ M ^^ a ^_ M _^~^~ M To Whom It May Concern My exclusive services as a writer of monologue have been engaged indefinitely , or until further notice , by Nat . M . Wills , and I need hardly state that I shall be even more lost , conscientiously in keeping him supplied with such humor as I may be capable of , than I was in supplying myself when I was able to deliver it from the stage . Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all . GEORGE FULLERGOLDEN NINA ESPHEY THE BANJO GIRL H Merry Xmas and Bappy New ^ car Direction—Jack Shea White Rats , A . A . A . s and artists affiliated with the ahove organization take special notice . EIGHT CONSECUTIVE WEEKS in Chicago and vicinity—2 and 3 shows daily . Full orchestra , etc . Beginning April first will routo for season 1918 and 1913 . Send in your open time . Only recognized acts considered . This will he the peaches and cream of the local hookings . Earn ^^ |^ ^...
Page 124 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Player — 22 December 1911
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