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Patrick, Warren A. (ed.) / Show world
(April 11, 1908)

Correspondence,   pp. 18-22


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THE SHOW WORLD
30-April  4.
Family theater (G. W. Middleton, tegr.).
-Three Julians, Sully   Family, Captain
lenryl Leo St. Elmo and Raymond and
H~ss, to splendid business.
Rialto theater (F. V. McConnell, mgr.).
-Monahan and Monahan, Allen and Law-
rance, John  Cody, Three   Cain    Sisters,
louise Am'lot, and Vernon Sisters, to good
hoses.-MTAXWELL BEERS.
GLOVERSVILLE, April 4.-Darling the-
ater (W. E. Gaut, magr.).-Jane Corcoran,
supported by James M. Brophy, presented
A Doll's House to a smdl1 house March 28.
The Man of the Hour, 1. to good business.
Family Theater (J. B. Norris, mgr.).-
II. V. Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs. Tohn H.
Cassar, Century Comedy Four, Campbell and
Anderson, and Harry Bloom, to good houses
this week.
The Doll's House closed the season here.
-H. A. LOCKROW.
NORTH    DAKOTA.
FARGO, April 4.-Grand Family theater
(qisith & Fowler. mgrs.).-The Holdsworths,
ias. Nelson Haight, Laura Dean and com-
poor, gElsie iHancen, Batchelor Sisters and
"arry Richard and company, made up an
cxcellent hilt.
Biou theater (W. E. Treat. mgqr.).-Dol-
icer and Rogers, and The Cameragraph. A
goed h)ill and patronage.
Ideal theater (W.  . Saunders, mar.).-
T. R. Batty-Cecil Sherman and the Kena-
lense. Fair bill and good business.
Fargo Opera   house  (Alison   Brubaker,
'gr.).-vest Henry Stock company, March
25-28. The Great McEwen, 26-29. Buster
tBrowne, April 1.
OHIO.
MARIETTA, April.- Auditorium     -  The
Fed Mill, 28, to poor business, due to bad
local tanagement.
Grpheam   (Hf.P.   H-offman,   marl)-At
ionie, Arthur Onzo and The Morelle Duo,
26-28. Two good hills. Business growing.
ly ceumn (Silts Morehsead, marl)-Clara
Wvilliattat. Ehwood and Maggie Benton, La
Gusta and Dunleavy and Saunders, 26-28.
pleased( large haunses.
Theseamer used by E. E. Eisenbarth as
a tow hoot Po his floating theater, struelc
lewall of Loc1 18 (Ohio river) and sani
inashari time in twventy feet of water, all
of the performers, musicians, etc., escaped
he crawling through the transoms of the
sateerooms and by jumping into the water
whlere they ware picked   up   by   boats.
Among those having narrow escapes were
('haqs. E-aben. Bert Poller. Joh n and Ida
Phiillips and Mrs. Sutton and datughter. Time
mt is a total loss as is also the personel
effectsfhoe people, they only saving their
sight clotns  While waiting for another
steamerSr.  isenbar  wilt open at Mariet-
la.-HAROLD H. WAGNER.
ATHENS, April 4.-Opera hosae (Slaigh-
Br & Fisater.ald, nasI-The tdsahl-
Wisihripe Stock company in repertoire 1et
neeh. Dandy Dixie Minstrels pleased bi
liease, 2( Lena Rivers, April 2.
Grand  (E. C. Burehfeld,     n nl-The
LatirnS Ghost Show. itis wel  i. to  good
,eases-B. U. BONIFIELD.
DAYTON, April 4.-National thete (illGl
irroasu mar..-Edna, the Pretty Type-
wvriter, Starch 26-28; poor play to had huti-
11ess. Convict 989. Starch 20-April I1; fair
o      rsies-s. Primrose Mi(astreli. 2-4.
Victoria theater (C. G.  ilter, a..-
'lu Dairyinaids, March 20; Williamn Collier
iJ Cgit in the Rain. It; May Robson in
Thie Rejuivenation of Aunt Maerv, 2; fair
1nic  iness.
yri toeater (Max Hurtia    manr.).-Thi
wel, Prince Kocin, Nettle Vesta Water-
hary Brothers end Tenny, Mr. and Mrs.
odsnrd Traesdae &   Co., Raymond ad
CaerLL. Scott end Wilson, and Six Amn-
coat pascers. Business fair-A. H. CAL-
OKTHAOMA.
IPRESGIER.D April    4.-FeirBan s the-
r (C. J. stller, mgr.).l-San Carlo mraod
opera comnpaity presenting Fauist. I-larry
tiulgris The Dairymaids, 21; William Col-
lir in 'aught in the Rein, 2.
Gran Ope' house (Springfield Thater
('o.. is1w  ecoe  kee,  malie   eand
nih  Norith Buothers stock cotnpany.
Nestr Sun 'Vaudeville theater (Gus Sunt,
Icop  ils Ti & Co.. Ouwoore, sitters,
Cuiir's, Thornton  &- Co., Harry' Sefton.
bigLE lrhi and the Sunotogr.plb. t
Ice" bsiaess.
Ha  mgsr.-The opera Conicie end The
1dreamulosl picture shos0 a   are e  t 111 hg a
oss.   incs and several net           Pi-
me theaters are   being installed- . E.
COODFELLOW.
OiL-AHOM1A.
Haze   rEkE o April 4.-Ne  Butisy  eier
Ir. B. sstes  o a    r)r.).-El Ouian  rTssell in
Jionsre, 1; Tre  on and The     toioed 2;
Moo.and pI 2o Jeffeson i The Rivals, .
arkic OJ. H. Shas' na(,r.-The bill ti
w    nLt wee A acs's  comedians. y.  TL
Shots, A. B. Fortune and Jatoacs Lqzctte.
Aha (R. W. DEBruer. mar..Picur.
and songs. Butsiness good.
Ftuisre  iTyree  &  Campbell   mars.) -
Glood croswds all this sseek:; Isaac installed
las for the smmer and expect big busi-
res-CIAS. C. BAUMRT.
PENNSYLVANIA.
HIAZL.ETON, April 4-Grand (Geo. Albert
Hliey, ngrI.-Porter J. White in Faust.
iarres 2R. to fair business; Helen Grace
ansd enway    hsaeek to excellent hitti-
Faisilsy theater (Harry Slertiter, tssr.).-
Taiscain Mesax and Clayton, Tiaco and 1cr
dandies, T. T. Davlet and othears; excelletnt.
datle P'ark Roller Palace (Jutis Rein-
soirt, user).Doing good businss-F. W.
IcCONNPL
ERIF, April 4.Majestic theater. Ries ei-
lit lJlo. I. Glson. toarI-Our Newt Min-
islce 0.O A~melia Bingaam in Fristta' Mrs.
Jlohnsona 11; Fiankc Daniels in The Taloned
Slats. April1-2; San Carlo opera compTanyin
Thrrees 2; Chauncey Olcott in O'Neill of
herry.4
Park~ opea house (Jno. T. Gilson. magr.).
-Last sceels Aubrey' stockt companyh.
Alpha theater (E. TT. Suerltin, mar).-
Four Stsis icol Etciert, Steavart & Desmroond.
Kelly sisters. Berry and Anniie T, Dell to
roofl husin-
Cole Brothers' circus will start the season
soon. All is in readiness about the quarters.
They will return and play Erie about the
middle of May, with everything new and
startling.-D. S. HANLEY.
EASTON, April 4.-Orpheunm (Max Spie-
gel, mgr).-The bill this week is a good
one and is headed by Ward and Curran in
their sketch, The Terrible Judge, which
kept the house in continual laughter. Two
other acts included   the  Pekin Zouaves,
Billy Van, Marseilles, Gilbert and Katen,
and The Song Makers. The bill next week
will include: the Le Brum Grand Opera
Trio, John and Mae Burke, Wilson Broth-
ers, Lavine and Leonard, Alexander and
Bertie, Vasco and others.
Bijou (Dehil & Sherman, mgrs.).-Jewel
(Rothleder & Schwaim, mgrs.).-Uational
(A. Tocce, mgr.).-Moving pictures and il-
lustrated songs to good business.-JOHN L.
SLETOR.
SOUTH DAKOTA.
HURON, April 4.-Grand Opera house
(Joe Daum, mgr.).-Harry Conrad's Monte
Cristo closed a season of thirty-five weeks
March 29.
ijon  theater;  Unique  theater.-Good
tusiness with moving pictures and illus-
trated songs.-W. B. CONE.
TEXAS.
FORT WORTH, April 4.-The appearance
of Hi Manning in Scott Birdsong, playing
the Majestic theater, created a furor in
Fort Worth society and caused the Stand-
ing room only sign to make its appearance
at nearly every performance. It has been
necessary for Manning to make a curtain
speech at every performance.   Others on
the bill were Jessie Couthoui, Conn Down-
ey and Willard, Mme. Tona, Flo Adler, Bur-
ton and Bass and Sing Fong Lee.
Lyric theater (W. H. Randle, mgr.).-Ed-
die Sawyer and De Lina, Calef and Wald-
ron, Harry Clinton Sawyer, to capacity busi-
ness.
.T. H. McDonald, treasurer of the Majestic
who has just returned from a trip through
Texas playing San Antonio, Houston, Gal-
veston, Austin and Waco, with the Majeotic
road show, headed by Arthur Deming, re-
ports business good--F. D. GWYNN.
WISCONSIN.
SHEBOYGAN, April 4.-Opera house (W.
F. Stoddard, mgr.).-Red     Feather, 28,
pleased good business; Uncle Tom's Cabin,
29. two performances to capacity; Ralph
Stuart in Strougheart, 5.
Unique theater (F. W.    nns   g
This weak, the Ramsey Sisters, Duncan &
Hoffman, Var Vaen & Co.. Gladys Williams,
the Norrises, the Harrison Brothers, Kitty
Stevens.
Crystal theater (Adams & tonateore,
mgrs.).-Good business with songs and pic-
tures.
u. Percy Williams, the singer, formerly
of the Vaudette theater of Manitowoc has
been secured by the Crystal and is makiung
a ltlt.-TL. H. WILLIAMS.
APIETON, April 4-Appleton theater
(Chas. Takacs, mgr.).-The Time, the Place
sad the Girl, 29, good house; Hiceeman-
B3essey company, Mac  2gpriH 5e
Bijon theater' (Mrs. Jenktins, no I ).Ex-
cellent bill this week; business good.-F.
A. BOSCH.
A1ENASHA, April 4.-Crystal theater (C.
1. Obrecht, mgrV.-Will K. Walker, the
Zat Zamns, C has. W. Scovey  and   moti on
pictures this week; business good.
Veudette theater (C. C. Stocking, mgr.).
-Motion pictures   and  illustrated  songs;
business good-F. A. BOSCH.
OSIHOSII. April 4.-Grand (J. B. Wil-
liams, marl)-The Hicltcan-Bassay    com-
pany closed a successful week's engagement
March 29. Coming, Eleanor Robson, 10.
Bijou (F. W. Jenks,r mgr.).-Bose Royal
and her horse Chesterfield. Signor Coates.
P. 0. Maclean and Anna Bryant. Bowman
Bros. and Geo. Malchow made an exception-
ally  strong bill to big  business.-T. R.
VAUGHN.
WEST VIRGINIA.
WHEELING, April 4.-Virginia (C. A.
Feiter mgr..-Yore and Adams in Play-
ing the Ponies, 23-25; good audience. A
Millionaire's Revenge, 26-28; fair business.
wonderland (H. V. Rogers, mgr.).-Sir-
ronje, Varno-Caldare, King  and   Strange,
Musical L~oar, Mabel Gage and Master
Richard, and Allaire and Lind; business
good.
Grand (P. P. Craft, mgr.).-Harry Davis'
maoing pictures to fair houses.
Bijou  (Geo. Shafer,  mgr.). - Advanced
vaudeville and moving pictures, to fair and-
iences.
Bijou Dream (Geo. Olenhausen, mgr.).--
Electric theatorium  (It. P. Kelyser, ngr.).
-Moving pictures.-WILL SIIAULEY.
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