Patrick, Warren A. (ed.) / Show world
(September 21, 1907)
With the white tops: news of the tent shows, pp. 24-25
September 21, 1907. THE SHOW WORLD EDW. P. NEUMANN, Jr. President THIOS. W. BIMURRAY, Vice-President Unitd Sate~en an Aw ing Co.JNO. C. McCAFFERY, Treasurer United States Tent and Awning Co. ED .EDW R LITZINEr Secretary West Randolph and Union Streets CIRCUSANDCARNIVALTENTSANDPAINTINGS CHICAGO Can fill any order now in from 3 to 5 days time. Satisfaction Guaranteed CREDENTIAL LETTER: To UNITED STATE TENT & AWNING CO.. Chicago.Ill. EAST ST. LOUIS. I1S.. Sept. 2, 1507. I ENTILEN-lYe receive our new 60xiO0 tent. and put it up for the lirst time at Bowling Green. Mo. I am glad to say the tent tits in every resIect and as just exactly what was ordered and entirely satisfactory. WVe dont liind to pai a iail their price it we get what Ive order. This we 11ave done. J. H. BOYER (COOK ROS. TEN NIGHTS IN A HAR ROOM). SPECIAL NOTICE HE lis 1t 1111101 liE is ivhlit jli. Cail HIM and lie convinced liE makes good ever time. ttii --i ii Lis 1press aient. ing tl-orwn daily wth "oditors, reporters. buiess men11 and railroad agentls. tl gnlral presS reIl- seitative of a big iris lIuis tnlimited ICIiiie to lSCiltaill Conditions in Naious l have mladie Many Cities, towns and I. i-its since the op ning of our season," 11 Mr-. Eairl ftoii Nashville, Tenn., It i he made h iadquarteirs last week, ii L van truthfully say that never be- ) all my expirice on the road I i--er seenl such pirospciity as pre- tday. The south is fotging for- I ini i splendid Way and is destined I nine tli real Iommcial cnter of I Iite States. iI sottl citics I I I Icu-ces of itehc foaart ivnicnt If I'll, rrssivc 51ivit ofwettlth ' Foe- ton es :ir ioiniing Sith, Itstelii C-upitat isa-,-lvirig ioxv-stitti-vit ill siiiitheI'll tv-rn- >r il ill i iinds liiiretsiveiis in its ppit form is to be Soon."' CLOSE OF 101 RANCH, NO. 2. Unique Show Organized by Miller Broth- ers, Ends Prosperous Season. Mitl i Bros.' 101 Ranch, No. 2 closed a I i ty suitisSful engagemtient of six Iri alit Iiiitoni Beach, New York Citi Spt. 9. The company was dis- bainti i in Nwxx York, but this week the Iniianis and fourteen buffalo are beintg exhiited it tih- State Fair at Louis- ville J .t a l g 1iiti fioiii ilier to the Ino - S Ib al lit Kanlsas City, open St. 1 o we, aitd thnce to lii Ikii. the livadqliirters of thle Mill, [ rotliers. Tc "Ntunher )one company of the Mil- 10r Iir,.. is still at the Jamestown Ex- position, wxire, on a-otnit if the greatly iiwr- -i attiindance, it will remain tilt- till, :Li se of the exposition seaso , . inal contract of thy Miller Bros. wit e C. NV. Rex Alusinit Colmpalny iiiI- ishose ii ntioii thiii show is bo- ii- esvrtedi -was tol tvrinate oil Oct. . Ti show, from reports, is breaking all x -ting rc-ords for attendance at a wli \st exhibition given at the expo- si wiit ti single exception of the BRt, Bill famous engagement at the Cisi I 1 orld's Fair t 'I ll OW ItG\l1) is inforied that ABill''I Bros1. havectac itttitli Wtll Bright- Oii Reia (-h for thel aiitlalinCO vif their lot Rani shiv grea tl u-n1 irged foilthe sullol -v of 190S. It is uiderstolod that novii -iions arc iiidiir wavy fori a fItl- peii li r to flltw thv Newx YoIik ,- gag, i-t. PRINCE OF TRAINERS." Rhoda Royal, Producer of Equine Nov- elties, Is Well Known. Rll- :i Rox w-ose likeness appearls oin H title pie If this iSsue of Tilli Sl A TVORLD), is known the country ovr as "tie prince of horse trainies aulll I imous as a producer of equill noV-l "ltii As a purveyor of startling (f feli iiitli tli aid of h alitifil iorses anl :-oniplisied artists, Mr. Roal need ciol, to no one. C . Hoxa 1 wis born in Washnitin C. in 185 and at an early ag-i ioliit-i the 1 lrnuim show. Since that lil- Mr. Rn as been affiliated lin ditffernt ca- pa iii I with the great -ircus ti-tiests of1- -ouillntrli, inluding tihi Adiml Iolre- pan Rinin ros. aind lh, Barnitin ia i ily Griatest Slin on Ehrlth. At - Mr. Royal hais tw-nti 1h,-d of thIlh- Ilbreds w-ith tllI lingenlhick-Wail- Is which lvl iin-t for him I , iquet of Amri-a' greitest lorse- RIi loxal is ilso tin, -ge nerl director RoYal Tndoor (t ius. aI hiighl class rll ogafizttion plaini,--s iler tile u of frato'rnlal s,-~oeiles. L ghlne at t Prolirall of this -ntrpliise alndi Lt tlii _ of aitits eiploed would stump Itit- I rent undertaing. Tim, itinerary 11 of I shlow includes thll principal cilties of \ I ica whose frihternal snc1itis hav IIeiid the loppouilnity tot ello anl Ibitin of 0 u li i h clas. ' 1 ,u Roal is well nd favorblx known to l - tie profession ain ian-e-ris as a ii tl-rnan of sterling worth and a. 25 Hi _I MANUFACTURERS OF MRATNDHHO TENTS BLACK TENTS AWNIG GO, SIDE SHOW PAINTINGS 1-15SUnio Prompt Deliveries Cuaranteed CHThe Unitcd States sueile Court in tie TnjunCtion Proceedings biought I Cor.WItRandolph St. agLinst u.iphield ou -ighit to llfis Corporate Namue. master, shmw inl. Clutrles l". Fre(dericks is asSCiiat-d With rll . 1Iisv l i hisInt- lst olit-ris- and TIll, SlO WOX\IN ) wishles till gontllinenl anld thel Royal Inl- (1(or cifcus every SUiccOSS. Hargreave's Circus Prosperous. John Henry Rice ,the veteran circu dS agent and advance manager of the Great For Lakeside Park , Denver Hargreave's Shows; Clyde Andrews, con- tracting agent, and Sam B-nks, press iepresentative, were recent callrs at the T. general offices of THE SitOW WORL\ T e LParkinthe WScenicRailway Shoot They reported i very good seson, anyll ted tt th . 1arg a<1o s wiil ithe Shoots, Roller Coaster, Carousal, Old Mill, Incubator, alingl the Cllicalo lot and i n i- lfiir np to the Moon, Crystal Laundry and other attractions. fori theshiow, x-licliisill 1)1ix* (liio lots poh to three iseks 'The f lststantl iasoa Only the best of the several kinds desired. Address renained fto thr-e lays. The itineary comprises Grand Crossing, one day; Six- ty-ninth and Ilalsted, two days; Fifty- fourth avid Astland, t ve ALBERT LEW IN, Gen'1 Mg ., Denver, Colo. iil(J Wsterni ox-enle. txv days; 0,,1l and Fortieth avenne, one day;H L a n one day; Maywoovd, one dlay; tIrlmoneI day; Austin, one dlay; Forty-eight and Lake, two days; Chicago and Hamulin ave- nues, one day; Iloian and North avenue A two days; Caipbell an Divers, noe daty, anld other stands., BO'OKING HIGH CLASS ACTS Sells-Floto in Texas. FOR 5 AND 10 CENT VAUDEVILLETHEATRES Press lepresentati-e 1t1iiissy i tle Managers, Let Us Hear from You. Acts Write for Good Time S(lis-Floto shoxws 'yrites 'IlIHN Sill)\\ VIltil from Tyler, Tex.uinder date of PITTSBURG, PA.----645 Wabash Bldg. CINCINNATI, 0.148 W. Fifth St. St-lt. 5' as folloxws: "It is certaiiily ailiaz- ing to the management of the Sells-Floto show,s the wonderful business the show - ]ims let-ion doing this year, especially thioughout Texas. The manager of anyv show, iwould be considered demented to tioup the South before October. In Foft e Worth. Sept. 2, Which was Labor ia, i, show- had a turin-away at both Ie r- foiniaices. Dallas, was repetiti of AMERICAN CORNET VIRTUOSO Ft. Wotth. Eviwardi Burke of the Pawsnee ~A 7Z Bill \\ild West Show was a visitor and was entertailied by V. R. Musgat, the PLA¶UL genral agent, and J. E. Clifford, the gn- NOW PLAN WESTERNVAllE LE CIRCUIwithPHENOMEN1L SUCCESS eral press agent. Terrell, Mineola, Mar- s-hall and Longview were big. The weather is hot but the attendance good." WEEK SEPTE41BER 16, CHICAGO OPERA HOUSE * * * "Ititchi loyersi a SBroncho Btister" Permanent Address, The Show World, Chicago of thil axnee 111111 Show,- wyho recentlY ha til i n isfeittie to fall benueath a Ii.tlis ilti n li nti lose both of Ili 's lois-et lnh is ldoing olci-ly at the Ali-rey-0I (i u l'r NOVELTY iltal, t I loii, Ia., aceoding t. WOODS & WOODS NO L -it-li letti-r flioit Alfredi J. Satinders- V ~ I. h retired showmian living in that city. TIGHT WIRE * * * Al Act in which the Lady Works Weter uevill- t A cia i Jos'philne Sinnot, at one time the uin- dispited "Queen of Bareback Riders," and widow of the lat 1Willian Fore- Se Hama & .aiy sho 1a bIen - u h is diiad iln Philadelphia. She was @< si wl . Tas mmo it l vilIt: - 57 wars old, find had for mrany years 1el :i 1liot h vl livel wtilt li i d igliter, known in arenic p r pi i lm cirts is M inny Forepaugh. i trapeze _ per fomr. Ini her prosperous day Opposite PalmerHouse Chicago JoxxpinI Sinot was a generous woman ouse Chicago and gave away It fortine. Fashion Flite Circus closed its GOLQONDA, ILL A UDEVILL s5nson SlIturday Sept. 14, at Lancaster Pt N. Y. This orgaizattion, according to 1)n C. R. H. & Ohio River, 2,000 1nhab~itns IMPROVED VAUDEVILLE N-o is Ii. ii-----aitit fin accrd ofii prosiille NewSlenery. Eleo-tii Ligits. 1in s liiiis -e Iat-daiegreeofo- og11 Rpvity wil. enler shEl te. Open eWEEK SEPTEMBER 16 ter L. tAtin intils to put out a 22-cal time r rgoii iompimies. Williams. Thompson & Co. Stella Rinehart circus iiext spiiiin The winter quarters ) Farrell & Le Roy Harrn Allen of the- Fashion Plate shows are at Ge- Harry Clark The Mosts neva, Ohio, wheic the equipment has A German Ed. and Ma Voodwarl Ierbert & Rotters been1 Stored- i Comnedian Eddie Moon Walter Daniels For Dramatic Sketch. A big mail preferretI. Innes& INan Dovie Estelle Car No. 3 of the lFor-paugh-Sells Show heply immediately to F. E. McCAN, 1118 Latest Motion Pictures is in chargeii of Ar. T. F. Harper, with the Calheuon Street, Fort Wayne, Ind. folloing cirw : Riif Irons, John Luster0 Hi Horton, It. . Solliger, Ed. Jones. IO 20 =:::: 3O CENTS Frunk Ctlleni Harry Smith, Joe Horton. R. 1. FiltoI. George Ryan, James Sulli- Ahways a Good Show Entire Change Each Week \i, Julin Wing A. It. Stives and C. W\\. lIIILERYN Miflhl I Ilines. and very ois e, is a SHOW TVORLI) Wanted-Live corresponidents. write hIoster. NOVELTY SINGINi; AT quiek J. Aliteli-li Brimer is making his htead- carteis it Little Rock, Ark., having tein- Best Makes of Moving Picture Machines Ivir-ilti-y r-tir-d fromi show business oil always on hand. Repairs, Oxylite, Oxone, , iount if ill health. 1le had several pi( - f Itl-erCondensersColors, Son Slides. etc. ilt- untilees this silliter and S1ys w = G I Deliveries. will orgainize a concessiolmaire (1lub next JulckDeire. Spring.s. Co.608 * * * * DErker Optical oo t ous, Mo.