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Patrick, Warren A., Editor
Show world
Vol. 6, No. 23
Chicago, Illinois: Show World Pub. Co. , November 26, 1910
24 pages : illustrations ; 36 cm

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

[Masthead], p. [3]

"Our Miss Gibbs" will quit here, p. [3]

Vaudeville contracts hold in court, p. [3]

American vaudeville takes the count, p. [3]

Reliable record of vaudeville acts, Meredith, E. E. p. 4

Fables in vaudeville no. 27: "The actor who went on the water wagon", Owen, Francis p. 5

As Uncle Bill says, Jones, Will J. p. 6

The Empress Theatre, Kansas City, Mo. [photo montage], p. 7

Otis Skinner acts in a pleasant way, Dunroy, Will Reed p. 8

Finger board to Chicago theatricals, p. 8

Feminine beauty of the current week on the Chicago stage [photo montage], p. 9

For these favors let us be thankful, p. 10

The Show World's one best bet of the week, p. 10

Stage aspirations coldly rebuffed, p. 11

Just a little poker game makes trouble for vaudvillians [vaudevillians], p. 11

To the editor, p. 11

Dramatic criticism keeps stage pure, p. 12

Tully Marshall, as the dope fiend in "The City" [caricatures], Llanuza, Peter p. 13

Smut crusade gains strength, McDonald, C. P. pp. 14-15

Give thanks and do not envy, Waddell, Doc p. 16

Morris contention keeps house dark, p. 17

Fred Mace's splatter, Mace, Fred p. 18

Otto Floto's column: Excellent chance for fighting game in New York, Floto, Otto p. 19

Shuberts complete chain in south, p. 19

Two Bills' season a remarkable one, p. 20

First hand anecdotes circus and hall show : chance recollections and funny happenings in a veteran trouper's life, Cooper, F. C. p. 21

Under the white-tops, p. 21

Moving picture news, p. 22

New park planned for Salt Lake City, p. 22

When was that film released?, p. 23

Out of the emptiness of the stomach the heart sometimes speaketh : the player's soliloquy, Smith, Wallace E.

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