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Patrick, Warren A. (ed.) / Show world
(September 28, 1907)

Business directory,   pp. 40-41


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AERIAL ADVERTISING.
Silos .J. Conye, 401 Mlceant Av., Chicago
AERgONAUTS.
NtN<c-stern Balloon Co., 71 Fullerton
Av.,Chicago.
Captain Thos. S. Baldwin, Box 78, Madison
Square, New York.
Godard Balloon Co., 916 Sheffield Av., Chi-
cogo.
AMUSEMENT SUPPLIES.
Park Supply Co., 6624 S. Park Av., Chi-
ThI    iumhn  Construction Co., 59 Dearborn
StChig,
ANIMAL DEALERS.
i. .-Arnootrong, Brownsviile, Tex.
L~inwcood. 1t. Flint, North Waterford, Me.
Armstrong, F. B., Brownsville, Tex.
NO. S. Cross, 18 Earle St., Liverpool, Eng.
BOOKING AGENTS.
A. E. Mtey,-r, 167 Dearborn St., Chicago.
W. S. Cleveland, 535 Knickerbocker Thea-
ter, New York.
Sun's Booking Exchange, New Sun Thea-
ter, Sliringlield, 0.
Western Vaudeville Managers' Association,
Cicago.
Orpheum Circuit, Majestic Theater, Chi-
cage.
Amnusement Booking Association, 712, 167
itearborn St.. Chicago.
United Booking Offices, St. James Bldg.,
New acit.
Western Dramatic Exchange, 127 La Salle
St., Chicago.
Bennett's Dramatic Exchange, 59 Dearborn
St., Chicago.
Pacific Coast Amusement Co., 67 Clark St.,
Chicago.
W S. Donaldson, 513 Elm St., St. Louis,
J. Cc Miller. Grand Opera House Block,
Chicago.
Unitersal Booking Agency, 707 Rector
'dg., Chicago.
CALCIUM11  LIGHTS.
l1< AOtia  lectric Stage t.ightning Co.,
:N iisisott St.. Chicago.
United States Tent & Awning Co., 156 W.
Randolph St., Chicago.
Bolte & Weyer, 223-225 Michigan St., Chi-
cago.
Pittsburg Calcium Light Co., 121 4th Av.,
Pitsburg, Pa.
CA NE S.
N. Shure Co., 220-222 Madison St., Chicago.
CANDY MAKERS.
Iuthinm 4.is. & Eckstein, Harrison&
ri ia  Sts., Chicago.
CIHIEWitNG 6L U3.
Tls. Sh-rhorne & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
CHEWING GUM 'MANUFACTURERS.
Natiialoce Co., 265 E. Division St.,
Cicagox.
CHUTE BUILDERS.
T    Coastr Construction Co., 6244 S.
irk AN. Chicago.
The Ingersoll Co., 307 4th Av., Pttsburg,
Pa.
CIRCUS SEATS.
New and Second Hand.
U. S. Tent & Awn. Co., 156 Randolph St.,
Chicago.
CONFECION MACHINES.
Etat & ar        3Ell, 12 S.XWater St., Chicago.
F. L. Tarbell Mfg. Co., 216 Ilinois St.,
Chicago.
MISS JESSIE SHIRLEY.
Young Illinois Girl Who Has Become a
Dramatic Star on Pacific Coast.
lis .Jessic Shi-ieY is vell known on
lt-  ini-itli  coast.  The Jessie Shirley
Sto-k t'otimpatny. of which sheis the lead-i
ing Indy. is now ott its 128th consecutive
*K
JESSIE SHIRLEY
we' k 'it till Auiditor-ium  Tiieater, Splo-
Riwi, WaX.u~ tAliss Shoirley avas boro in
Pativetlit Ill. and maudo hter first appear-
ice oit the stage in amateur theatricals.
Sit' came to the coast and organized a
xlipany  it     1rlitoe'si  ait   ram  T.
Slitw.  Fori seeral sit1s1111  li0( sttitred
with her own company in the West, Brit-
ish Columbia. and Northwest territory.
Slic his also played engagements at the
Alnzir and California theaters in San
Francisco and a special engagement in
Ni-tw York 1vit Odette Tyler, anti with
plit Yetkville Theater Stock Co. Slin has
phltyud lin the past year Cigarette in Un-
Business Directory
CONSTRUCTORS AND BUILDERS' AMUSE-
MEIFN'NT DEVICES.
C. W. Sarker, Abilene, Kan.
il Ingersoll Co., 307 4th Av., Pittsburg,
Th i  '  Iaster  C istruction  co.,  6744  S.
Iark  Ave.,  Chicago,  Ill.
EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER.
Leonard's Transfer Co., Hoosick Falls, N. Y.
IIMS.
Chicago Film Co. Ex., 120 E. Randolph St..
C hicago.
Euno  ('line & Co., 59    Dearborn  St.,
Ci'0go.
Gloie Film Service, 79 Dearborn St., Chi-
cago.
In tr-Ocean Film  Ex., 59 Dearborn St..
Chicago.
Laemmle Film Service, 194 Lake St.,
Chicago.
I aemmle Service, 407 Flatiron Bldg., New
leilis Film Exchange, Memphis, i tn
S. tubin, 22 S. th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
711111 i-tltucvN Opt. C.0., L.ake & StateSts.,
Chicago.
cali  o'- lilm  Rental Co., 87 Dearborn
St., Chicago.
Temple Film Co., Masonic Temple, Chi-
cago.
iheatiur  Construction Co., 59 Dearborn
ST.,  tliicZ10
U. S. Fila Exchange, Dearborn and Ran-
dolph Sts., Chicagop
It. Tuson, 1'0 Randolph St., Chicago.
).T. Craw\ford Filmi Exchange Co., Gay-
cty Theatr   tE     , Mo.
Pittsburg Calcium Light & Film Co., 121
4th Av., Pittsburg, Pa.
Pilttale-  I  -l-imm  Liglit  Co., 121  4th  Av.,,
FIREPROOF CURTAINS.
Union Elevator & Machine Co., 144 Ontario
St., Chicago, Ill.
IREWOIRKS.
I. E. Gregory 167 Dearborn St., Chicago.
loutil t'ttclli- Co., 15770 OWabtoli A,t,
Chicago.
FLAGS.
tI. S. Tent & Awn. Co., 156 W. Randolph
St., Chicago.
The Murray Co., 59-61 W. Washington St.,
Chicato.
Murray Tent & Awning Co., 1, 15 S. Union
St., Chicago.
ILL1USIONS.
C. W. Farker, Abilene, Tex.
JE1VELRY
Dodge & Co., 12 State St., Chicago.
N. Shure Co., 220-222 Madison St, Chicago.
KNIVES. ETC.
N. Shure Co., 220-222 Madison St., Chicago.
SKATES.
Richardson Ball Bearing Skate Co., 501
Wells St., Chticago.
SLOT MACHINES.
Mills Notlty Co., Jefferson St., Chicago.
nwpr- &- Co1., 168 S. Clinton St., Chi--O.
der Two Flags; Nell Gwynn: Trilbv; Bos-
sy, in Texas Steer: Mrs. Dane. itn Mrs.
Dane's Defense: Dulcio Larandi, it lis-
nortaders, and Mrs. Erlyne, it Lady Win-
ditore's Fan.
Mliss Shirley has purchased a beauti-
fil residence at Spokane, where she in-
tends to nike hei hme.
Has Paying Family Theater.
(eorge Meyer, the proietor of too
Fifth Avenue Electric Ili-iter, 5815 Fifth
,itle. BrooklYn.   advis-I  a   SI lXX
WORLD teprescntti'   racntlv that his
stcond   eason had opiiend very ansoi-
ousli.  Mr. Mtevr's hous- las a seating
ipacity  of  225.  It is  situated  in  a  resi-
, itial district and while inon from 2 to
11 p. no  the afternoon blsiti so is isu
lllih.The thator inl the( evenling
i usually crowded. The bill is clangael
ver- londay, XVTdni-oday aind Saturday
I)uring tite winter it is often cihanigil
Lmir and five timtes duitg tlhi  week
The approval of the patnros se-is to 1w
-iually divided betwveon it-' comrics and
riamatic pictures. Mr\t-. Mever also ules
illustrated songs to good advantage.
At an exhibtition of tiax-g  tieties at
tlie XWestecrn Pcnicetitia-v if t'enisvlvatt1iaq
i--ett.the operator. trit tclai,trd-ci- t
shoiw highly moral pictuis, ol. iad  a
iistake and threw oi a film d pitini  omui
1-xly young voinct in  athing  nstuones.
Tlhre was a shout cf appoival froi th-
stripod spectators, nod the sI", wa voed
a gr.and success un..til th, superinterment
slolitd "Stop! Stcp", lnl rush-it behinl
lie scenes to end thl, exhiilt. The cin-
Ie  seart  stil  griotlin. p iit  tli, a ,tnlon
rcuises to loch-s  tii- oiteat.,t- octistoxoN~
he made a mistak.
Buffalo Jones. p11010e of U(ocdon Ct.
Kato., lott whto 11115 ixot sn-toulitog the-
cott feov years too tit-  wvardeti ito Yel-
'ovstone Park. is tourinig the t,,untrt '
\\ilit movilo  pictires of tthe attlonls he
hel-ed i to 0144 lii tlie pack. Hto hlas a
.1100ttItinmaf Ounitillt lions and other
-wild antimals asitli hii.
Charles N. 'I'lle ]Opened a ioNittg
Pieturte hoisekiownt as The Elctric Ohe(-
alor at Thomasville. Ga.. Sept. 10, with
prospects of a prosptrols seasoo.
Gceorge Root. of Toiisvillo, Ky., will
open a now    10oving picture theater iit
that city soon.   A   building has heeo
rented and alterations are being made.
-Mr. Kennolloy, a druggist of Joliet. Ill..
hts opened a movhg picure tiwlite  it
lther clot'  impod withi opec.a I'litiis ant
o0thec lioilern tilloptotern1tts.
SONG BOOKS.
B.  F.  Flodeau  Co.,  62  E.  Division  St.,
Chicago.
SLIGHT OF HAND, INSTRUCTIONS IN.
E. F. Flodeau Co., 62 E. Division St..
Chicago.
SCENIC STUDIOS.
Eugene Cox, 64 W. Van Buren St., Chi-
cago.
Iltrfurth, John, 2183 Boone St., Cincinna-
ci., 0.
Tuttle, Howard, 504 27th St., Milwaukee.
Wis.
SIDE SHOW PAINTINGS.
U. S. Tent & Awn. Co., 156 W. Randolph
St., Chicago.
SHOOTING GALLERIES.
C. W. Parker, Abilene, Kan.
SONG SLIDES.
Chicago Film Ex., 120 E. Randolph St.,
Ciiicago.
Eugene Cline & Co., 10 E. 14th St., New
Y ork.
Gloie Film Ex., 79 Dearborn St., Chicago.
Inter-Ocean Film Ex., 99 E. Madison St.,
Chicago.
Temple Film Co., Masonic Tempe, Chicago.
Marine Song Studio Ex.. Marine Bdg.,
Chicago.
STAGE HARDWARE.
Union Elev. & Mach. Co., 144 Ontario St.,
Chicago.
TENTS AND AWNINGS.
LT. S. Tent & Awn. Co., 156 W. Randolph
St.. Chicago, Ill.
Murray Tent & Awn. Co., 1-15 S. Union
St., Chicago.
The Murray Co., 59-61 W. Washington St.,
Chicago.
TICKET PRINTERS,
Park Supply Co., 6244 So. Park Av., Chi-
cago.
Theat-rimo Constriiction Co., 59 Dearborin
UNIFORMS.
Wstern Uniform Co., 214 Clark St., Chi-
cago.
James It. Hirsch & Co., Chicago.
VAUDEVILLE AGENCIES.
Pacific Coast Amuse. Co., American Bank
Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
Gus Sun, Orpheum Theater Bldg., Spring-
field. 0.
United  Booking Offices of America, St.
Jame s Bldg., Ne w York.
Western Vaudeville Mgrs.' Assn., Majestic
Theater Bldg., Chicago.
International Theatrical Co., 67 So. Cark
St., Chicago.
Amusement Booking Association, 712, 167
Dearborn St., Chicago.
Western Dramatic Agency, 127 La Salle
St., Chicago.
VENDING 31ACHINE MANUFACTRING.
rhs. Sherborne & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
WIRE WORKERS' SUPPLIES.
N. Shure Co., 220-222 Madison St., Chicago.
SID J. EUSON.
Manager of Popular North Side Theater
Who is Known as Prince of
Buriesque.
Sid J. Euson  who,- likeness appears
oin the till, Iag, of this issue of THE
Sil()W\ XX111,I) is known the county
,v i v  "li,. piit,  olf  lthitlesciue.'' 1\ 1X'.
Euson has many friends both in and out-
sid th- profession, and in the field of
ciitrisque stands among  the foremost.
1ie  is  activel.  allied  with  the  uplift
mi-ovellient, Which is seeking to put bur-
lssue onI aL high(,r plane and cause, it
to loso the om1ewhat unsavory reput-
tion that it lis tained through the ii-
tion of irresponsibles.
It 18731 Mr. Euson embarked ito the Na-
iety business with Mat Flynn with till
tleam nale of Euson & Flynn. The duo
gase a singing and dancing act, and
pl-ved all tle variety theaters, 14eeting
with enviabl success in   their chosol
lield. In 1877 the team became assoi-
:tied with the Cooper & Bailey show and
loll-ai-kd upon a tour with the compan
that  ,norneed Australia. New Zealand
and South Amelica. After playing ain-
other year ill variety the partners s1-
jiltitv  the  Fuii-tpaug  Ciicuis.  He  e
iotaio-l  witit  liii-  (itgailiztoe  fotr  sta
t(ial seasons. and as a clown singer was
til reason of tie vogue of many popular
o11gs.
After leaving Ithe circus Mr. Euson eii-
tr-l burlsque under the tutelage of
Satmtt T. Jack. and for several years twas
a popular singing comedian with Samil
T. Jack's road show.   Mir. Euson tin
1t-t-tmv  ideitihfi  ovitt) thte  Maodisoit
Steet thett ia it  withoMr. Jck opvti
the EmTltiel' was made the  timanager of
thlat hotise. -Mt. Etison gainted all tlx,
liiowldgl Pthit 110, toseqss of tlie ill-
li-stlii btisiniess while  associatted wAith
AiX-. Jack.I andi tupont his dealth hecanme ho-
trested in the Madison Street theater
awith Mr. Jck's twidow. -Vhen the Bos-
tin Store tquie tIe theater site Mr.
E-uisoto boclt, remodeled atod opetoed tlie
Amoeilan theater at the corner of Kinzie
lull Clark streets. iThe thteater was
o lked iipon as a losing property, hutoun-
tler M~r. Jac's asttt managemenot thec
theater has become one of Chicago's
moost popular burlesque houses, playing
ili1 10st attractions of tle Eastern
AVIieel.
Sid J. Euson is identified with the best
interests in burlesque  and  stands for
wavltt isq oleait atnd aiising. H-e Itas a
tultittideloe friends, and is known it the
professiOnt of  entertainment  as  "the
Prince of burlesque.'  He tas a reputa-
tion as a kees jdge Of ie wortt of
ci hitinsqie atd has taken an important
5(1 ilt luliftinog floe standard by allow-
THE SHOW WORLD
BENJAMIN CHAPIN.
Lhis is tot a photograph    of Abraam
Lincolin ittt of Betnjamin Chtapino, whose
remarkable impersonation of ithe great
e-imaincipator is creating a seinstionil
v-atideville. His resemblanoce to thlemIar-
tyrevi presidenot is pecuiliarly ntarked lit
this picture.
fowl and festive four-footers. Whenever
the plays and players will allow, Mrs.
Buck and her handsome husband can be
found at The Roost enjoying the simple
life.
* * *
James   O'Neill will stbject Virgi us
to an elaborate recusitatis this eafo,
and wvill employ it ao tois vehicle for a
Netw York run.
i
September 28. 1907    e
LAMPS.
The Bolte & Weyer Co., 223 Michigant
C1hicago.
AstlCa Electric Stage Lightning Co., 30'
Division St., Chicago.
U. S. Tent & Awning Co., Randolph and
Union Sts., Chicago.
LIGHTS.
Bolte & Weyer, 223-225 Michigan St., Chif
cago.
U. S. Tent & Awn. Co., 156 W. Randolh
St.. Chicago.
Aetna Electric Stage Lighting Co., 305 Di.
vision St., Chicago.
ittsburg Calcium Lt. Co., 121 4th Av.,
Pittsburg, Pa.
MAGIC LANTERNS.
Globe Film Service, 79 Dearborn St., Chi.
cage.
Temple Film Co., Masonic Temple, Chicago.
MANU FACTURERS,       AMUSEMENT      E.
I-ICES, MECHANICAL.
The Coaster Construction Co., 6624 S. Park
Ave., Chicago, 111.
C. WV. Parker, Abilene, Kan.
The Ingersoll Co., 307 4th Av., Pittsburg,
Pa.
MOVING PICTURE MACHINES.
Chicago Fim   Ex., 120 E. Randolph St,
Chicago.
Eugene Cline & Co., 59 Dearborn St., Chi.
cage.
Globe Film Service, 79 Dearborn St., Chi-
cago.
Inter-Ocean Film Ex., 99 E. Madison St,
Chicago.
Laemmle Film Service, 407 Flatiron Bldg
New York.
Laemmle Film Service, 167 Dearborn St.,
Chicago.
Geo. K. Spoor. 62 N. Clark St., Chicago.
20th Century Opt. Co., 1 Dearborn St.,
Chicago.
Temple Film Co., Masonic Tem., Chicago.
U. S. Film  Ex., Dearborn and Randolph
Sts., Chicago.
Pittsburg Calcium Light & Film CO., 121
4th Av., Pittsburg, Pa.
NOVELTIES.
It. E. Dodge & Co., 12 State St., Chicago.
Park Supply Co.. 6624 S. Park Av., Chicago
POST CARDS.
Exhibit Supply Co., 358-364 Dearborn St
Chicago.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Sykes, Melvin. 70 State St., Chicago.
PLAYS AND MANUSCRIPTS.
Ulrich, Chas., 1713 Kenmore Av., Chicago.
Burdette, Jack. Grand Opera House, Chi-
cago.
PRINTERS-TICKETS.
Park Supply Co., 6624 S. Park Av., Chicago
P'UBLISHIERS, MUSIC.
Sully, Lew, Grand Opera House, Chicago.
Kremer, Victor, Marine Bldg., Chicago.
Harris, Chas. K., 2nd floor, 87 Clark St.,
Chicago.
PRINTERS.
Great Western Printing Co., 513 Elm St,
St. Louis, Mo.
Bentley, Murray & Co.    52 Wabash A.,
Chicago.
Xinterburn Show Printing Co., Chicago.
National Show Printing Co.,Tribne Bldg.,
Chicago.
SUPPLIES FOR STREET MEN.
N. Shure Co., 220-222 Madison St., Chicago.
ing neither smoking nor drinking in 11is
theater.
Henry E. Dixey will play for fifteen
weeks this fall in The Man on the Box.
Any Teslie. the famous critic of The
Daily News, ltos a charming little sn-
titer pla(, at Norwo-od Park. Ill.. wiili
rlji-es in tl(, till- of Th- Rloost, and
<aln  1 o t  of'  all  stonir  )f  unrnvant
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