Patrick, Warren A. (ed.) / Show world
(August 10, 1907)
Shallcross, J. S.
Attractions at Louisville meet with fine patronage, p. 17
THE SHOW WORLD latrici (ili1i 5o1iw iie it, 'ooi tle Spokane Aei if Eagles, ie being ti p zzaz." ffmember of the mother Aerie, Seattle, Wa;sh., No. 1. lic is sturvived by his Je Spears, th w'll-kiowni New York widow, Gene\.ieve, one sister and a t,!'iilflclig Inlager, is'tug spellt three brother.*** weeks oi his farill in lidiatna, is in Chi- ago en"Igiiig people and promoting the Charles Ferguson, who for more than wostot iltes~ of his ittractions. Mr. twenty years witas cornetist at MVi ek r's " ')(paIl-rs Will asa , celd ii tour IIIs old theater, (ieid ,Jiiiy 24 at the Chlictig slIcess, h'Iie Irish Pawnbrokers, and a Hiomeopathic Hospital of a complication new pi i, The Irish Senator, in which of diseases. Mr. Ferguson was well 1,john McCabe will star. known in Masonic circles and at the * so *time of his death was excellent high THo for the Fluffy Riiffl's girls pri es t of St. iclia cltatr lo.tw 221. I'lltuy'i' coliiit to tlie Auoliiiin''with I-ie camne to Cihugo fiontSittnl si- Theill Girl Maingers to appear for the first ty years ago. tilme oii ally stage. W~e kiits noit ss'li the Flolfy Ruffles girls are, hat be they A. H. WOOD'S ENTERPRISES. haIlf as Pretty' anld pert is tue inme,_____ ('iicago will suth'iil 'apitulate,. Soie idea of the magnitude, variety, 5 * iand extent of A. 11. Wood's operations in Jos. -W. Spears is sojlltting in Chi- showdom may be gleaned from the for- lgo, mawhiiiile assisting it the rehear- inidalle list of attiations and managers sals of 'lie Irish Senator. The gentle- appended: an fronm the "ould sod" opens at Iar- General manager, Ma tin Herman; %ard, Ill., August 24. trailing manager,K Jake Isaac' office as- * C * sistasnt, Railph 1. Kohn; press relirisen- H Wlen Wilton, whose plrettiess and tative, A. J. Pollock. '"I'he King and liiuffy fr'ks lhit'i' been the envy of Queen of the Gamblers,' Fred V. Busey, Noith Side maiden that frequented igr. Geo A. Fridit buls, . nig 'Edna ,i'l 'rV T,111cteps tosaos fti cIPetth IypeSwriter," Robert H. Good- sig1il'1 m i'tltt: ti iter iainty ]'i and . i, mgr.; C. J. V. Roe, bus. Ingr. taIpperl 't the College theater during lie Great Express Robbery," Bert ,lilg Itl ii i i 'iHoward, ng.; Joe ldionson, bus. mgr. tile ensulin' ison "Sinco Nellie W'nt Away," J. K. Rob- *e *( is 11Frdorts, magr.; R. E. 1l'itzel, lus. ngir. "A Eulgen' Miore is buts' rei'i'ri' ng5 Fi'i'i it'i', .1Xrss the, ''otinl.nt "1. F". WXXins- G. Conrad's manlty attractin whl(ih Ja. m r; .. ImIa re c ,u s. nIlr. shortly go oni tou. Mr. Moore Will pl.1 OyIN BioN Jack oii the one-night stanis. lening his sonson September 20. TIl T1wo Orphains will open Au~gust 17. Th, I1_ two companies of Monte Cristo will opeil jtt i'pttebiiIr 1. 0l4o T eIi Iliddel flaid, with Van Mrrel and Coral Ar- iii at the same tino Martin & Eim'ryS Production Of Par- iftl will open oil September 3 with Jon i tane Connar, Virinia Keiting and,1 Rtichardson Cotton Ii fthe leading role.. Walt( r Lindsay is engaging people for his two oupan ies, The Distilt ILesdl Alil The ii Over There, boy. wI iortly begin rehearsals. Wmi. T. Gaskell, formerly maag Iois the Peopli' fa'itial intalle i bu'sy liIvada s looking afte r the int I- irts of The Originl Co'n, which Ill willurol Cr mp tiN' RowoStil & Cliffo d The los of h onpaly B, with John ihirr'ymlor, and Josephine Drake, closed-,1 its su csflenag,emlent at the khakli- '('lthed Garrick oktst Saturday. Last Frlida y ev-ening fanls were installed all nerthe( houise 'when the Cubs and New York G:imits were the guests of the Ilmn 4 leent. Company B will probably re-- tuitt lator in the season w ith the samne The sumimer stock company at the , 'l'Otidelr theater is now in its twelftil kof ae i , v sicessful season, which prcle .112led dspitean tmilspheical ,)lh'taiis AXi olioi if in t is h~eluig loii `eited Which includs Chapman and Nel- oni, acimba;ts; Harry larvey. singing ;tid iuming coml'dinni; James Iluss,, in il il kiatliuisoni; Currt n a d Miltion I oill l-medy nkth nd The Deluge. The stack-comipanly conitributed Bulrley-Hfurle\, N one-act lIIettia, with Nat Fielhi, its Curleyt IIiarr Harvey, Leo Kendal, 1arrie Sitz, ald Irene Gregg enacting 11e priniill rles. At present there is ln unnaiitII flsow in process of rehearsal 1t Ille rI'lal''lder that is novel in tie liN of i lurlesilue perforlmtnce in that it still he1 tout Ohl tie musical eon'uoe' ej IA/I.E /i CEE. ttlvi Wit> tbi acts at id t" Deligeo T ast, not Sot completed, includes Nat ields, Carie Seitz. treine Gregg, Itarry NEW STARS AT THE Iarsey 1so Kendal, Chooceetai it twiny-two girls. It will open at Colum- Ills. Slitmb 2. and uManager' Toin- "A Chorus Girl's Luck in New York," lsn mii111ses to make it one of the Fred Fleck, nigr.; Frank Barry, bus,. 't stos on the eastern whoeel. mgr. Coiet 9," Louis Katz, mgr. * * * Matt Nasier, bus. mgr. "The Gambler WX'illina Frederick Peters and A. G. of the West," Al. Rich, mgr.; Joseph Ilelamiater hai'e written special songs for Heyiner, bus. mgr. "Chinatown Charlie," niXltor JoneS. Toby Claude and Pauline Dave Potier, nigr. Dave Altman, bus. lilu and ia\-( placed them for publica- igr. "Nellie, the Beautiful Cloak Mod- t11 With Md. Witiark & Sons, New el," Johni Polton, mgr.; Harry Bryant, )'ork. iiey I, also elgaged on a one- bus. mgr. "Broadway After Dark," War- t musical playlet for Tilliam Norris, ren B. Irons, mgr.; Frank E. Freeman, * * * Ills. imgr. "Bertha, the Sewing Machine "His Worst Enemy," a teiperance Girl." No. 1, Ralph Harlan, mgr.; Sam melodrma still st'rt the season of 1907- Feidler, btus. mgr. "Bertia. the Sewing ithit four colllplnies playing it. Til- Machine Girl," No. 2, Willian Watson, bill Fredericki Peter has composed .ngr.; Albert Kauffman, bus. mgr. "The ftlt] incidental music for the lay TXire Tappers," Harry Lewis, mgr.; Rob- '*ort Brown, bus. imgr. "The Hebrew De- ('il Ml to'tive," John T. Pearsall, mgr.; Louis 1aDi C iatha rittei a tlid IHiltoi, bs, mgr. n"Tony1 the Bootblack,' ria foi C:tIteilti (tiiiiiltiSS Wtithi Wh'ich' XXalter Fessler. mngr,; Alextinder Heron, 0 still essay :in earl.\ flight into the bus. ngr. "The Land of Cotton," Jef- * * * day. ferson Howard, mgr.; George Monroe, iigi e al Mit are ''hazing a Fieshi- lus. ngr. "Secrets of ithe Police," Frank iot Ni' FeHt a Freh-y lurner, ingr; Howrd Tl3u'r, bus, mgr. (Vi- lig'lt. Fo 'iatste 'Fallen by' the Way'side,'' Robert Mor- t t t- ton, mstgr., Harry Austin, bus. mgr. 'Ruled off the Turf,' Archie Sheehan, ingr.; Al. Nolan, bus. mgr. Deaths in the Profession. G,1tiilumG Baker tie well known Paul Anderson, who has been playing Fmlltl5,i i. autiior iid producer (of Baker in stock on the weest side during the . 'ldield It Ins Iomie in Spokane, sunmer. will go with Rowland & Clif- i Jul 2 . of cotnptIon. aged ford's "Phantom Detective" this season, ton Mss, utaker was born int Bos- *** ifoni1w1 his arits iiiriati'id to Richardson Cotton and his wife, Jane ls dntinc t was sert 'oung. H Hampton, will go with Messrs. Martin Frandc'fio wN ith theatrials in San & Emitery's "'Parsifal'' this selsoni. Mr. '5 manager', stage managerCottoi will play Anforts, the king. ATTRACTIONS AT LOUISVILLE MEET WITH FINE PATRONAGE Excellent Offerings at Fontaine Ferry Park White City Draws Crowds Personal Gossip. BY J. S. SHALLCROSS. it'ISVILIA, Aug t. -Excieptionally Lgoodi o~fferings at Fontaine Ferry Park serve to draw lig crowds, Manager Reichian is doing the correct thing and his efforts to please the people are being rewarded, the bill for the cur- rent week is made up of stellar attra- tions. Ye Coloninal Sextette are maxing a big hit and as all extra free attrac- tion Miss Emila Partridge, late of Sousa's band, is pleasing them. The Iand conierts given by Harry Cook's Military iMd is well received. Mr. Cook is considered one of thi best conductors in the country and his efforts are amply rewarded. White City is loing I lit el e,"r s ince (,ol. .john Wmuslenl lssumedl the oltalage- ! N NA BLA . N ' 'llto, Chicago. LA SALLE THEATER. ltlent, and big dividends lire being paid theIi stockholders. The m1any free attrae- tions and various amusement devices iraw the people. Alaric Rolfson, the Psychic Wonmder, is still a sterling card. The Meier Family of Aquatic marvels, do soie astounding feats in the water. The Three Jacksons, niovlty bag punchers, and LaCrandall on the bounding ws'ire, go to make up a very clever bill, which is offered free to the patrons of the park. Prof. Ricca's Band makes their farewell appearance Aug. 3. The Crystal Theater is presenting some- thing entirely new to the patrons of neoving picture shows, and the place is crowded daily. Chas. Tassem is the manager, Harry Hughes has charge of the front and Thos. Corrigan, so well known to the stage, is singing illustrated sontgs. Dreamland, the Market street electric theater, is dong a good business. Mr. Simons, the manager, has entirely refitted the place that thet ncreasing audiences (,ilt be acconimtodateid. The Coliseum swimming pool is meet- ing with success. Attractions are pre- sented nightly, and the management con- template booking water shows in the near future. Goes to McCauley's. Wallace Hamilton, for many years in the box offite at the Avenue and Masonic theaters as treasurer, goes to McCauley's this season. Mr. Hamilton is well and favorably known to every theater Patron in the city. wlie amiong the profession lie has m1any friends, who will be glad to learn of his behig appointeud treasurer atnd asssistit lalilis t of cCaltoy's he- offeis to Mir IfiiiiiltI, efiole tnt It sa only recently that he decie to clhanget Mr. Hamilton is consliered one of thi Most successful tlheaitrical m1en in the South and Col. M iiiuley is to be col- gratulatd upoll securing hiie. Natiello and his Iand aie booked for StIl extended eligaci lient at White City, tenit g 11il'thext ss'ck. TI'li' 11111i has been meeting With rei t it'ess in the North an1d coms wt'll recoimended1 AshiPmient of aminials has been re- (eied by Dr.i', JinIlister at his training burin 'Theis slli play the houses Ilobby Nolan is here visiting reltitives. It is said that Mr. Nolan wtill be -with Al. G. Field this season. Col. A. C. Shiw has returied froi New York and is prephring his houses foi' an 'Nrly opening. Frank Wiilliams, of the Mary Anderson, is getting tead5 for the opening and with ihe attractions iooked, looks for a lee- ord-breaking saISIOn, rc Clarence laruad, known to everybody' Is "Doc." hias itolil of all the coines- sions at the biI Ali(isonville, Ky., faiir, Alr. B1arnard is loi'ati'il at tile 'XXiiite City, IlouisVille, sthIerie Ile hats seviral interests Allen Given a Surprise. Heywood Allon, tile popular annonlicer atd director generl at X'hite Cit', was 'ireeably surprised this week by thle va- >1(us emploNees of that popular resort. MyN ufer te varousO s's herg li)sl Air, Allen wsas ctalled to tile big '.1 ge in tie cel0er of the park, and in a fot antd aipproriate speech, Larry' Ger- ro presented himl' with a cantifLrl da- "iitand ring of tile T. M. A. order. Mr llin IhId jIst been initiated into tr.ii ltao, a111a esponded to the prese'atio ilaPropiate style, etneta, kiow as the Qtueen of Paln- jets, vito itas been connected will, some of the largest Parks in this country, and who for the past season has been at White City, lhas been doing a pheion- inal business. Miss Venneta also hts t liing concession at this place, ant oNiiill Ith sason (loses will be many doniI~lrs tme goodr Manager Reichian, of Fontaine Frry 5 getting his uptown house inhi sipe to a'rlyaopening. ' 'eillsas been a good sea- ,,Il at Foitaine 1'errs' and1 tile, S'rlils 'ttractions ha'e besi liberally tition- ized m yparn I trendllitch1ell ha~s the swing at l\,,ite 1s and is 11111ing good. Mr. Mlit-hll I is a s''r expiss, riahiii ol lli welkmi ItxielisiVe machine and is srlisi to th mainl\ park people. 1e1thie f ftinotis ponies and dogs it i'lo'rt ll rtunit TWhite City. res icehada fie weks'run at this "Baby Mary" Is Booked. 1 ;rey Emirie has booked hiis little 'lighter "Baby Marl" over the, westells 'i lit. Mr. Emrio 'hall to cancel con- sii'able eastern tite owitig to the de- ilis oIeI thii western iit n. Juno AtcLanghlit, ws'lo has I1we 'llsc~- l1cted witl tile local houses for many eirs, will go to McCauley's theater again us season. 'T. AM. A. Local No. 8 has initiated over fot new men.lbers in the past month. 'ie local is in a flourishing condition id shortly Will have a building of its n'n. Lorrn Gerro, John Siveri, James micaeson and Toin Siverli are popular 1ndters and offcers, who know how to hl' aid boom things. At. Eullore Ailes, late of the Yankee Council Co., util of the Henry Savage foriws is back in the city. Mr. Miles is pteos a deputy sheriff here, but contell- phates going East in ile fall. Critic's Song Makes Hit. Charles Hamilton Musgrove, trciutil critic on one of the paperos le, allma ii- 'identaly writer of piular sugs, tills scored a big hit wtithi his latest coipo- sition "Polly." This son has ha a con in tie Sout, anil it is no eig unsei byv tho singers with piet1i(e sho uss. D. mnto. Ds gformerly well known oil thiminstel stane ' is perianentl' located practtiioners here s one of the leading Er. Latse ,Nthe well known dramati critic, leftfor Nesw Yiiikths t'm', s'lei'i Ie will be connecte ovith the Klas wher Erlanger syndint 1vt th Lase ans mriade more tlan a lioal repuhatheo in the field of dramatic critieisi. uasing it- ten a successful piny entitled "f Stud Is tie Kinfferi A ir. Lawshe Iiad sev- oral f ane ofners for it, but accepted that of Kiass' ausi Erlanger. as Insuring thu' best production. It silt be produce the coming seasop. Elbert KennY is visiting Is friends in Nes AtliiN, iii. ai. Kenny closed a surksfthrtsto jand hi 11 ss'it \'' for Nts X'i' S i IN' tio Ail his I'itliu' V' 1~jAugUSt 10, 1907. 1%1j ug~s 10,1907 T. it o 1 :it mu' it .hi 't'iI'' 'ii 17