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(September 21, 1907)

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September 21, 1907.
THE SHOW WORLD
Ik  Aiua 0Arena (I)), Frank C. Bos.
Sngi L     Ontario Beach, Rochester,
Y .N indef.
CI lplex, M. Henry Walsh, mgr.: Wor-
Mass., June 10, indef.
D     Nickelodeon: Nashville, Ill., Sept. 8,
D.   's, Eugene, Glass Blowers: Oakland,
Aug. 5, indef.
o, K k  Bros. Kentucky State Fair, Louis-
-,Ky*  15-21.
D   in  LaBelle, Palmist: Fair, Bucyrus,
I'.[Lifeorama, Emil Giron, mgr.: Man-
S-ir, 16-18.
S       dore and Sister Queenie, Lil-
* iian:  t Wayne , Ind., 9 indef.
II   ys. Moving   Pictures:   Bennington,
Si21.
II  as,     t. Sidney. Water Circus: Ex-
p -aI~tiun, Pittsurg, Pa. Sept. 2-8
Hlan, Chas. W., Ilusionist: Terre Haute,
ful., March 20, indef.
Huntley's Moving Pictures, G. A. Huntley,
mgr.: Indiana, Pa., July 29, indef.
Ja..ons Big Jungle Show, Geo. W. Jame-
- ii, mngr.: Richards, 17.
Kt .  y s  Twentieth  Century  Merry-Go-
LI Ma i Chest er, Ill., Aug. 12, indef n
LosI,,i's, Mile.. Loop of Death: Jamestown
t~lilositioa, Norfolk, Va., 9-21.
M in e., Temple of Palmistry:
.T villc  III *,Sept.  8, indef.
Si,. of Jericho: Gregory's Omaha, Neb.,
It;-21.
Santell, The Great, and All Star Co.: Ow-
onshoro, TC-13.
Seengala, the Original, Walter C. Mack,
I"r.: Empire, San Francisco, Cal., Aug.
S  1, Capt. Louis:    Jamestown Exposi-
sn Norfolk Va., March 31-Nov. 20.
T1     on Entertainers, Frank  . Thmp-
s  magr.:  Ogema, 16-17: Kn ox Mills,
-pirit Falls, 20-21.
MINSTREL
D;I Dide, No(lkel &N Nolan, props: Tohn
,I N    'on, nigr.: New Orleans 15-21.
19, l1y & Hatfield's: St. Macye, 17: Sis-
D   I le, IS  Toronto, 0., 19; Wei1ville,
Salem, 21.
Dw   lt's: Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 24, in-
K   : ids'. Billy, Doc Adams, mar.: Em-
si, 17: Wichita, is; Iinfield, 19: Ar-
P iasas Ct.2:Coffe'yville, 21.
Wst's, Wim. IT., Sanford B. Ricaby, mgr.
treely, Col.,  17; Fort  Collins, 1S;  Long-
I.. t,  11;  Boulder,  20.
TENT SHOWS
laBt  aill'sMid tWest: 11 arkersurg, W.
Sc.. ii: ;Marietta. 0., 1 ; Athens, 20;
harleston  21; Portsmouth, 23; Hunting-
on, 24; Ashland, 25; Mt. Sterling, 26;
Lexington, 27; Louisville, 28.
Barnum & Bailey Show: Chillicothe, Mo.,
I': Iannibal, 19; Moberly, 20; Marshall,
. Kansas City, 23; Ft. Scott, Kan., 24;
Siringfield,  Mo.,  25.
Ca.ada Frank's: Rolla, 20-21.
o repaugh-Sells Bros. Shows: Mt. Vernon,
III., 18; Marion, 19; Cape Girardeau, Mo.,
Carthersville, Mo., 21; Rogers, Ark.,
Neosho, Mo.. 24, Webb City, 25; La-
mair, 20; Rich Hill, 27; Paola, Kan., 28.
Golliar Bros.: Arapahoe, Neb., 17; Hold-
rege, 18; Minden, 19; Fairfield, 20; Marys-
ville, Kan., 21; Wamego, 23.
J;1wnee Bill's Wild West Co.:   Alamosa,
Col., 16; Walsenburg, 17; Trinidad, 18;
i ton, N. M., 19; Las Vegas, 20; Santa
21; Albuquerque, 23; Socorro, 24; Sil-
I City, 25; Deming, 26; Douglas, Ariz.,
13isbee,  28.
IR 101. Wild West Show, Miller Bros.,
-.: Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Jo , 27, indef.
W nWild West: Cedar Point, Sandusky,
iJly 22, ind ef.-
Ilingling IBNOS.': San Jose, Cal.. 17; Stock-
t1 10: Fresno, 19; Visalia, 20; Bakers-
2 1.
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
Aidi  Sigoor N.: Bay Shore Park, Balti-
Md., indef.
P i,''s Band: Zoo, Cincinnati, 0., 18-25.
Bi, Burmell Ladies' Orchestra:     Balti-
a. Md, indef.
BalE is New York State Band, W. H. Ba-
i. leader:  Saratoga, N. Y., July 29,
inih f.
Calindo's Band: Kansas City, Mo., July
2!, indef.
Creatore's Band: White City, Chicago, Ill..
Dainm-ch's New York Orchestra: Chicago,
111. indef.
D .rosz. Maxium. and His Band: Electric
D i. Waterloo, Ia. July 29. indef.
Dsii' Band: Albany, N. Y, indef.
l  uccas:Chlittaburgl, Padeindef.
EFiiry1's:  Chicago. I Ca., indef.
Fcls: San Souci. Chicago, Ill., indef.
Fie nts' Royal Guard Band: Dreamland,
'i. y Islandl, N. Y., indef.
II1 rt's Grenadier Band: Washington, D.
209,  ia1clef.
11, -'s Ladies' Orchestra: Nahant, Mass.,
S      Band: Ingersoll Park, Des Moines,
i liidef.
lII    th Family Band: Rock Mount, N.
iidef.
I no rial  Band of Italy; Richmond, Va..
isdlef.
K tl Jboen Orchestra: New York City, in-
I   Ic e Band: Scranton, Pa., indef.
N.     and: Norfolk, Va., indef.
., .n'"s  Band:  Chicago,  Ill.,  indef.
1 i.'s 1. S. Band: Jamestown Exposi-
lNorfok. Va., indef.
IN.  ,'lnailian Band: Omaha, Nob.. indef.
I: I Artillery Band: Baltimore, Md., in-
Imperial Band: Philadelphia, Pa.,
S   .ef.
1 Concert Band: En rolte with the
g   os. Show.
aInd His Band: Celron Park. James-
.    . July  22,  indef.
Italian Band:   Halme's Audito-
Vieit   Newark, N. T., July 22, indef.
Vetor, Balik Itallan Orchestra:  Bergen
P(i'9,11 Piooklvn, N. Y., July 22, indef.
W il land:  St. Louis, Mo., iidef.
Wl'asvi's American Band: Washington, D.
C., indef.
Weber and His Band: Kansas City, Mo.,
July 29, indef.
MUSICAL COMEDY
Allen Curtis Musical Co. Allen Curtis, mgr
ejniar Garden, Oklahoma City, Okla.,
15-22, 22-28.
Abors Opera Co., Milton & Sargent Aborn,
mgrs.; W~ashington, D. C., May 27, in-
def.
Adde, Leo, Opera Co.: Mobile, Ala., June
24, indef.
Aiala, Signor A., & His Band: Bay Shore
Park, Baltimore, Md., June 3, indef.
Alaskan, John   Kort, mngr.:   St. Joseph,
Mo., 17; Atchison, Ken., 10; Kansas City,
Mo., 10-it.
Baker's New York State Band, W. H. Ba-
ker, leader:  Saratoga, N. Y., July 29,
indef.
Boston Ideal Comic Opera Co., A. C. Bur-
gess, mgr.:   El Paso, Tex., June 21-
Sept. 20.
Bunnell, Bessie, Ladies' Orchestra: Balti-
more, Md., April 1, indef.
Blue Moon. with James T. Powers, Sam S.
& Lee Shsubert, Inc., mgrs. 'Toronto,
Out., 16-2l.
Boston Ideal Comic Opera Co., A. C. Bur-
gess, mgr.: Abuquerque, N. Mex., 15-28.
Belle of Mayfair, Thos. W. Ryley, mgr.;
Brooklyn, N. Y., 10-21.
Bachelor's Honeymoon: Norfolk, Neb., 14;
Hastings, 21,
Buster Brown    (Western)   Buster  Brown
Amuse. Co., props.: Cleveland, 0., 16-21.
California Comic Opera Co., Thus, Karl.
m1gr.:  Portland, Ore., Sept, 2-Oct. 12.
Colonial Opera Co.: Lawrence, Mass., June
10, indef.
Curtis, Allen, Musical Co., Allen Curtis,
mgr.: Oklahoma City, Okla., Sept. 2-2s.
Candy Kid, . B. Fredericks, mgr.: Chat-
tanooga,' 16-21.
Cat and the Fiddle, Jincoln J. Carter's:
Peoria, Ill., 15-18; Davenport, Ia., 19-21.
Cupid at Vassar, Jules Murry, mgr.: San-
dusky, 0., 21.
DeAnge is, Jefferson, Blanche Ring and Al-
exander Carr, S. & Lee Shubert, Inc.,
Ingrs.: New  York City, 16-21.
Dairy Maids, with Julia Sanderson, Chas.
Frohman, mgr.:    New   York City, Aug.
2 6, indef.
Fiidsi Low: See Girl Behind the Counter.
Foy, Eddie: See Orchid.
Fascinating Flora, with Adele Ritchie, Sam
S. & Lee Shubert, Inc., mgrs.: Boston,
Mss. Sept. 2-Oct. 1
Feru Io Band, Salvatore Tomaso, mgr.: San
So"nt Park, Chicago, Ill, Sept. 1-0.
Ferrante's Royal Guard Band, Leonard C.
Victor, mgr.: Dreanland, Coney Island,
N. Y., indef.
Fisher, John C., Opera Co.: Denver, Col.,
indef.
Follies of 1907, Florenz Ziegfeld, mgr.: New
York City, indef.
From Across the Pond, M. M. Theise, mgr.:
New York City, indef.
Fifty Miles from Boston, with Geo. M.
Cohan, Cohan & Harris, mgrs.: Haver-
hill, Mass., 19; Lowell, 20-21.
Forty-five Minutes from Broadway, Klaw &
Erlanger, mgrs.:  Cohan & Harris, bus.
mgrs.:   Cleveland, 0., 16-21.
Girl Question, Mort H. Singer, mgr.: Clii-
cago, Ill., Aug. 10, indef.
Girl Rangers, Geo. W. Lederer, mgr.: Chi-
cago, Ill., Sept. 1, indef.
Girl Behind the Counter, with Lew Fields,
San S. & Lee Shubert, Inc., mgrs.: Phil-
adelphia, Pa., 2-21.
Gay New York, Gus Hill, mgr.:      Orange,
N. J., 17; York, Pa., 18; Altoona, 19;
Johnstown, 20* Greensburg, 21.
Grand Mogul, with Frank Moulan, Klaw &
Erlanger, ngrs.:   Philadelphia, Pa., 16,
indef.
Hadermann, Jennie, Ladies' Orchestra, D.
H. Hadermann, mgr.: Moberly, Mo., 16-
21.
Hurd-Gurdy airl, Marks & Carle, mgrs.:
Philadelphia, Pa., 9-21.
His Honor the Mayor, Win. R. Sill, mgr.:
Louisville, Ky., 16-18; Middletown, 0.,
19; Hamilton, 20; Columbus. 21.
Idora Park Opera Co., H. W. Bishop, mgr,
Oakland. Cal. , indef.
imperial Band of Italy, Leonard C. Victor,
mgr.:   Richmond, Va., July 29, indef.
In Pananm   . with Rogers Bros., Edwin J.
Colin, mgr.: Nosw York City, Sept. 2.
indef.
King Bee: Martinsburg, W. Va., 14; Som-
erset, Pa., 16.
Knight for a Day, B. C. Whitney, mgr.:
Chicago. Ill., March 30, indef.
Lady from    Lane's. Broadhurst &   Currie,
mgrs.: New York City, Aug. 19. indef.
Little Cherub, with Hattie Williams, Chas.
Frohman, mgr.: Chicago, Ill., Sept. 1, in-
def.
Land of Nod, Herbert W. Glickauf. mar.:
Parkersburg, 17: Charleston, 18; Lexing-
ton, Ky., 19; Knoxville, Tenn., 20; Chat-
tanooga, 21.
Leech     21.&  Co., in. Brady, mgr.: As-
bury, N...21.
Masor of Laughiand. with Tom       Waters,
Nixon & Zimmerman, mgrs.:       Laconia,
N. H., 17 ; Concord. I8: Portland, Me.,
19:; Augusta. 20: Bangor , 21.
Motor Girls Burnside & Comstock, mgrs.:
New York City. Sept. 1, indef.
Mazum a Man, with George Sidney, Stair &
Nicolaia mgrs.: Tersey City, N. J.. 16-21.
Noel's Band. Carl:    Acme, Norfolk, Va.,
ayo 20, indef.
Neptune's Daughter, Shubert & Anderson,
nigrs.: New York City, Aug. 31, indef.
Not Yet, But Soon, with Hap TWard, Stair
& Nicolai, mgrs.an Baltimore Md., 16-1.
Navassar Ladies' Band, Eugene Dial. mr.:
OlRiveiew Park .Chicago. Ill., 8-21.
Oil nspic Opera Co., Ed. F. Seamon, mgr.:
New. Orleans, La., April 29. indef.
Orchid, with Eddie Foy, Sam S. & Lee
Shubert, Inc., mgrs.: Pittsburg, Pa., 16-
21.
Prince of Pilsen, Henry TV. Savage, mgr.:
San Francisco, 16-21.
Playing the Ponies, enith orke & Adams.
B. E. Forrester, mngr.: Greenville, Miss..
17.
Phinney's U. S. Band, Fred S. Phinney,
mngr.:  Jamestown   Exposition, Norfolk,
Va., July 22, indef.
Red Mill, with Montgomery & Stone, Chas.
B. Dillingham, mgr.: Chicago, Ill., Aug.
19, indef.
Royal Canadian Band, J. M. Finn, mgr.:
Onualia, Nob., June 3-Sept. 15.
Week Sept. 15, Indianapolis, Ind.
ROSESYDELL
And her FAMOUS LONDON BELLES
THE CREAT
MARTYNNE
Parisian Mirror Dancer
Woodford's
Educated Animals
Trained Dogs, Monkeys and Ponies
United. uartetle
STYLES, PUTNAM, BRYSON & WARD
W. S.       JAMES W.
CAMPBELL & MACK
In THE SCULPTOR
RAY       ANDERSON
SOUBRETTE
AND
Harry"arks Stewart
Original Hebrew Comedian
Royal Chef, H. H. Frazee, mgr.: Omaha,
Neb., 15-1 Creston, 19; Des Moines, Ia.,
I0; Sioux City, 2t-22.
Red Mill (No. 2), Chas. B. Dillingham,
mgr.: Worcester, Mass., 20-21.
Savage's, Henry W., Attractions, Madam
Butterfly: Newyark, N, J., Sept. 20.
Sheehan Opera Co., Joseph Sheehan, mgr.;
Cieveland, 0., July 1, indef.
,Sousa and His Band: Pittsburg, Pa., 9-20;
SValparaiso, Ind., 21.
Simple Simon Simple, Nixon & Zimmerman,
nigi-s.: Wilmington, Del., 17; Dover, 10;
Burlington, N. J., 19; Perth Amboy, 20;
Plainfield, 21.
The Show Girl: La Porte, Ind., 16; Michi-
gan City, 17; Hillsdale, Mich., 18; An-
gola, Ind., 19; Bluftton, 20; Huntington,
21; New Castle, 23; Muncie, 24; Kokomo,
21; Tipton, 26; Noblesville, 27; Anderson,
The Prince of Pilsen: San Francisco, Cal..
16-21; Oakland, 22-25; San   Jose  26:;
Stockton, 27; Sacramento, 28-29.
The College Wido: St. Louis, 15-22; In-
dianapolis, 23-24; Marion, 23; Columbus,
26; Sandusky, 27; Toledo, 2S.
The College Widow    (Southern):  Bridge-
port, Conn., 16 ve Haven, 17; Middle-
town, 18; Springfield, Mass., 19; Wor-
cester, 20; Hartford, Conn., 21: Albany,
N. Y., 23; Schenectady, 24; Troy, 25;
Poughkeepsie, 26; Peekskill, 27; Newburg,
23.
Time, the Place and the Girl (Western),
Askin & Singer, mgrs.: Helena, 17; Ana-
conda,C16;    s   a, 1 9; Wallace, Ila.,
20; Coeur d'Alene, 211.
Week Sept. 15, Birmingham, Ala.
JOEHURTIG'S
Girls From
Happyland Co.
DORE & WOOLFORD
Feature Act.
NAT FIELDS
Our Comedian.
CARRIESEITZ
Maxine  Elliottof Burlesque.
HARRY HARVEY
The Funny Little Hebrew.
MANOLITA
Comedienne Espanola.
HANVEY & CLARK
The Boys Who Can Sing.
SAM HYAMS
Our Handsome Straight Man.
SAM LEVIE
Musical Director.
Time, the Place and the Girl (Eastern),
Askin & Singer, igrs.: Nei   York Citli,
Aug. 5, inidef.
Teal's,  Raynnd,  Musical Comedy    Co.:
Cycle Park,' Dallas, Tfex., 16-2S,
Tattooeli Main, rith Fralk Daniels, Chas.
2. Dillingham, mgr.: Boston, Mass., 16-
20.
Ipire, Askin     &  Singer, mgrs.:   Green-
cilie, Miss., 17; Vi c kshucg  IS; Natcez,
19; Jackson, 20; Meridian, 2e1.
Van Den Berg Opera Co.,' Jiose Van Bets
Berg, mar.:    New  York City, Aug. 31,
insdef.
Victor and His Band, Leonard C. Victor,
nig'.: Celeron Park, Jamestown, N. Y.,
July 22, indef.
Victor s Italian Band, Leonard C. Victor,
mar.: u  eline's Auditorium, Newark, N.
J., July -2, ind'f.
Victor's Royal Italian Orcliestra. Leonard C.
Victor, mgr.: Bergen Beach, Brooklyn, N.
Y., July 22, idcl
Well's Batid, Win. W~eil, tmsr.:  St. L.ouis,
Mo., July 29, indef.
White Hon, with Louis Mar, SanI S. &
Lee Shubert, Inc., liglrs.: Chicago, Ill.,
Sept. 1-21.
Yankee Tourist, with Raymond Hitchcock,
Henry 1V. Savage, nigr.: New York City,
Aug. 12, indef.
Young's Musical Comedy      Co., Chas. L.
Young, mgr.:    Seattle, Wash., Aug. 5,
indef.      -                 ,   u
Yankee Regiment. II. i. Frazee, mgr.:
Cdr Blnini   17; 1n8rhlltmin, 18: Oma-
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