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Patrick, Warren A. (ed.) / Show world
(July 17, 1909)

Greatest spectacle of the modern times,   pp. 28-29


Page 29

THE SHOW WORLD
Juy 17, 1909.
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THEATRE
FOR SALE
Splendid City on Pacific Coast of 50,000
Population. Nine years lease, handsomest and
largest West of Chicago. No competition and
none likely tobefor yearsato come.  Rent
reasonable.  Five years contract, Syndicate
attractions at exceptional terms. The past
season averaged greater receipts any city its
size. Owner goinginto other business. Term
$10,000 cash. Bears closest investigation.
Address B. B. care
SHOW WORLD, Chicago
MYERS
LET ME SELL IT FOR YOU
My house is better prepared to
serveyou than anyotherinAmer-
lea. I buy anl sell oounnisnion
everything in conneetion with the-
ater and tent attractions. (Get my
famous Electro Current maver,835.
Gtuaranteed to save two-thiirds and
to last 25 years. TWrite today.
TOM DIXON'S CLEARING HOUSE
IOTACITY, IOWA
FR 'ALE-oo0 ft. reelIs film released to June It,
$oandl$15perrl;Sheridans Ride, Damon& Pythias
Montana School Marm, Old Arizona,lIKing, David
Garrick,Tenderfoot. Shenandoah Valley and Pas ion Play.
Will buy machines, film.  H. DAVIS,
Watertown, Wis.
CABLE ADDRESS MYERSBA
VAUDEVILLE ACENT SUITE 510 KNICKERBOCKER THEATRE BLDG. BOOKINC EVERYWHERE
MAIL LIST
Notice:-We are not permitted
to hold letters more than thirty
days, at the expiration of which
time they are rettorned to the
Dead Letter office.   We en-
deavor at all times to forward
mail to its correct destination.
This would be greatly facilitated
if artists would adopt the Show
World as their permanent ad-
dress.
First class matter will be for-
warded free of charge; all other
classes of matter require addi-
tional postage.
Gentlemen's Mailing List.
Blessings, The
Boden, Edmund H.
Bond and Benton
Bonelli, Win.
Bonomon, Simon
Bowen, Harry
Bowers, Frederick
Boyd, Robert
Boyd and Allen
Boyde, Vanice
Boyle, T. J.
Brenon, H.
Bromon, H.
Bronston, Effie
Brooks, H.
Bryant & Seville
Brydon. Prof.
Buckley, J.
Buckley, J. J.
Bull & Marshall
Burgess, Neil
Burk & Farrow
Burndt, Grant
Ahern, the
Allen, Billy
Altus,J.
Amend
Applegate and
Whiteside.
Araki, Tan
Arnoldo, Arnt.
Baker, Nat
Baker, Harry
(Musical)
Bannock Bros.
Barlow, Billy
Barry, Geo. & Co.
Barry, Geo., Co.
Barry & Hughes
Bassett, Mortimer
Baxley, Jack
Bell, Pete.
Benamoi, Arabs
Besham & Miller
Bissett & Scott
Blackson, Harry
BOOKING TOGETHER
Western Vaudeville Managers' Assoc'n
Majestic Theatre Building, Chicago, Ill.
United Booking  Offices of America
St. James Building, New York City
4 Booking in conjunction with more than three
hundred of the first-class vaudeville theatres in
the United States and Canada, and now giving
good acts routes for from one to three years.
Moneys advanced to parties capable of pro-
ducing first-class acts, when desired, or will
purchase first-class novelties outright. It will
be to the advantage of managers of Fairs,
Parks, etc., to communicate with these Offices
regarding their vaudeville and outdoor attrac-
tions. Address Eastern or Western Office, as
may be most convenient.
Burns-Johnson
Fight
Burton .Thos. H.
Byron, Chas.
Clark, Billy
Cunningham, Bert
Davis Bro.
Davis & Wheeler
Dean, Al.
Doyle, William
Erroll, Leon
Franklin & Wil-
liams
Franks, Prof.
Chas.
Glass, -Geo.
Hastings, Harry
Healy, Tim.
Hellman, Magi-
cian
Howley, Walter
Hull Lou
Hutchinson-Luby
Co.
Terome. Elmer
Kichi, Kaysu, Mm.
La Pine, Lyler
Larkin, John
Larkin, John
Leslie & Grady
Locke, Russell and
Locke
Lynch
Manning, Arthur
Melson, Clarence
McClellan. Geo. 8.
McFarland, Geo.
Mc Iver
Morosco, Chas.
Murphree, Thos.
Murphy & Vidocq
Palmer, Lew.
Panleb Co.
Parvin, Lee C.
Perry, Mr.
Pique, Harry
Raymond & Har-
per
Reynolds, Mr.    Valmore, Louis
Satntell. THe GreatValmore.Phono-
Shot, 7 Edwards    graph
Silver, Willie   Vard Trio
Slater & Slater  Welch, Ben
Smalley, Edward Welch, Jimmy
Stillman, Mr.      and Celia
Stuart, Mr.      Welch & Earl
Sutton, Jack     Zouboulakis
Tuscano, Otis
Ladies' Mailing List.
Allen, Avery     Robinson, Mabel
Campbell. Edna   Rainbow, Lesters
Harbin, Virgina  Romaine, Julia
Hughes, Madge    Salisbury, Cora
King, Rosa       Seymour,Donna
La Belle Trio    Stue  , Donna
Leonard, Mildred    ree,Marie
Le. Pelletiers   Sulley, Mrs.
Martyn, Katherine Ward, May
Petroff, Mary &  William, Mildred
clown          Windom, Con-
Prushae, Josephine  stance
The FREY TRIO
Opened at HAMMERSTEIN'S
JULY 10th
GREAT SUCCESS              Pat Casey, Agent
NOW BOOKING FROM COAST TO COAST
WM. MORRISINC.
NEW YORK-BROOKLYN-BOSTON-NEWARK-BUFFALO
CHICAGO
J. C. MATTII8WS, Chicago Representative, 167 Dearborn Street
AMERICAN AMUSEMENT CO., Inc.     PRESENTING
UnderDirectionGeorgeFletcher MISS MYRTLE HEBARD
A COOD OPPORTUNITY
Never knocks at your door twice, so here's your chance.  Write for  our Reduced  Prices.
Remember we have over 1000 reels to select from. We guarantee to save you 50 per cent. WE
ARE FREE AND INDEPENDENT.
SCHILLER FILM EXCHANCE, SCHILLER BUILDINC, CHICACO, ILLINOIS
THE ROLLICKINC COMEDIENNE
AND THE QUAINT COMEDIAN
MR.LOU HALL IN         THE   "SUBSTITUTE"
Address care of Show World  MEETINC WITH CREAT SUCCESS
J. K. SEBREE, Pres.              ROY S. SEBREE, Mgr.
CHICAGO'S PROFESSIONAL HOUSE
Hotel
THE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL DISCRIMINATING PLAYERS
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES.
29
PHONE 4940 MURRAY HILL
o.Str.I
Western Office          Eastern Office
Majcstic Theatre Bldg.  St. James Building
CHICAGO                NEW YORK


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