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Patrick, Warren A., Editor
Show world
Vol. 5, No. 17
Chicago, Illinois: Show World Pub. Co. , October 16, 1909
32 pages : illustrations ; 36 cm

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[Title page], pp. [1]-2

[Masthead], p. [3]

White Rats urge reduced rates, p. [3]

Judge boosts game of ticket speculators, Stuart, William Jay p. 4

Kin of Roland Reed are fed by police, p. 4

The College Girls : pen and ink flip-flops, Thode, H. F. p. 5

Big chain of theaters proposed for south, p. 6

Shuberts now sole owners of Hippodrome, p. 6

Success marks close Great Parker Shows, p. 6

"The circus of to-morrow" by Alf T. Ringling [cartoon], Vange, W. S. p. 7

The Chicago theatrical colony, Dunroy, Will Reed p. 8

Peace not in sight in Actors' strike, Moreland, Charles p. 9

When was that film released?, p. 10

Unions join forces for mutual benefit, p. 11

Indians in war paint reproduce massacre, p. 11

Picture machine is a safe proposition, p. 12

Secretary Swanson issues film warning, p. 12

W.V.M.A. would book the suitcase circuit, p. 12

Ringling Bros. bring suit for $2,000,000, p. 13

London letter: George Alexander seeking Parliament, Martin, Fred p. 14

Some of the good vaudeville at the Majestic Theater, Chicago [cartoons], Hendrick, Z. A. p. 15

Editorial, p. 16

Some impressions of Vesta Tilley's art, p. 17

Live news topics of the week, pp. 18-19

Comstock discourses on theatrical trust, pp. 19-21

Circus suffers loss of winter quarters, p. 22

Circuses experience a rather trying season, p. 22

Circus and carnival clash in the south, p. 22

Ak Sar Ben festival a financial success, p. 23

Cole advance closes after a busy season, p. 23

Circus fight grows serious in the south, p. 24

Bill posters are in a peculiar position, p. 24

All is not serene in producing venture, p. 24

Famous Ivens case furnishes press work, p. 25

Wolfe in insulting; Duce cries: "Drivel", p. 25

The home of Al Ringling, p. 25

Routes, p. 26

Maddy returns from south highly elated, p. 27

Marlowe and Sothern must pay authoress, p. 28

Dancer is so active her heart fails her, p. 28

"If I Had Money" does not score a big hit, pp. 29-32

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