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Patrick, Warren A. (ed.) / Show world
(May 1, 1909)

Skating news,   pp. 28-29


Page 28

RICHARDSON ROLLER SKATES
"TheGoodKin    used in 80  er cent of the largest and most successfl Rinks in
SEETHATd           ind  America and by all prominent Skaters of the world, W, have
ocusmn-ecrything per-taining to the Rink business.  Write for ca talge.
RCHARD    BLL kBE   G    Tor E c Ct O
RICHRDSNBALBEAINGSATE    501 WcIt~sStreet,
RICHRDSN BLL BARIG SATECO.,elCICAGO, ILL_
SKATING NEWS
St. Cloud, Minn.-Thli   kt     rink
operatcd byv the( "lnedullan11 ikros. is
clo'cd for thle sca-un.
Hutchinson, Kan. .\Iotlt       tn
New   Orleans, La.-The Coliseumn
ing rink of   this  Cit- ItaS de-
tray al byv  jre 1
Lansing, Mich.-Williai Ziegler
and Shecridan   alwl egnteee-
tisii  of a  51atint  rink  at  Pinte  Lake.
Chi ago, IllI.-Tyler and     lierton
played at Sall, Sotci park rilnk ifor
ltc  h nent!  Ii  tlil  park  iployeI   tius
Milwaukee, Wis.-Tlie Iippodrome
rinik  hecrc,  whIichl  has[  been  tinler  the
naagemenclt ofl I10 unal Fieldinig allot
In:ter _  \1  F'lathi,  \\ill  close  for  thle  ca-
0il.  \at  1.
Chicago, Ill.-Fred   Tyrrell stlt-t
iiltti r  c anlipiiIi  .  wItn  tihe  fourth
precliminary of theo Tive inlile scratchl
raCi at ForeSt Park.     al5   talson
was,  second  :(fil Clhurley  Smiith, thlird(.
Tlhr timie \\:[s 6.01.
Toronto, Can.-Tihe     inaiagenient
<if  the  Ritrdale  Roller Rink andll
\ tlt ti  I\r ln  rit'S   Hll [t  Sll()\\'
\\t )R i 1) t I s follow\ :  '  are  tiar-
ill,  thle  lI   thr lile  trimiht  \-ars  in
IToronto. Duigthe threec( years wve
hiave olyk beenl closed for roller <kat-
ince onn d d    naYs whit soe big ath-
letic meect wva. oil.  We have founid,
like   ohe1  thll tlat  i coitinial  roller
skatiRolea  to, year In and year out,
won't do, henlce \\e wvill shlortly close
anld  ptre  the,  publllic  nI three  or-  four
it  h 50ps rcts. bu1t wI may kep Open
on    i Saltrs'ys, all throhthe ss lnner
a's w\i Cater to the  workinlg people
allInIO t  exc_1luSi\Cly  al  the'  Want
NIusInHL'lent  (11  Satulrday_ niLghts."
Vincennes, Ind.-lhe     Lakewvood
rinik closed thle inost tiu-cessful tour-
niam ncit   \pril  .1 t at hla,  takenl place
since  its  openliing.  Prizcs  to  thle
amount f Or':;00 wecre distributed and
thle attundanice tcste'd the( capacity of
the,  rinik  each  nig t.  saml  Hlainles. OF
Vinitclnnes, \\on  thle  mile race (2o
laps).  ill  :im0 .  J1oseph  .\1t tan,  Of
("incinniati,  wonl  the  hiali  mlilk, race(  Inl
and 50 pie~ces sv.0:(,ost ,I.0c-)o
Address ELITE, INKN. Evansville, Ind.
FULL BAND CARDBOARD
ORGANS
ForSUMMERPARKS, ShowsCarnival Co's
DanceHalls, Skating Rinks and Merry-GO-
Rounds.
Largest and Finest in the world. Made in
PARIS by
GAVIOLI & CO.
Latest American SongseMade to Order With-
out Delay.
office and Warcrrn, 31 BondSt., NewYork Citv,
l.::  Ill  he  also  toll  th  - l i  nil  rac
ill  0.  4.  liss  l all,  of  til  city,  \\<,I
tile  State  (Iaillpionl hip h alit   Imtilt
rac   il (lIntllte  iit        (lteI
hlcd tile lte chainpimishlip mlile rec-
Ord (of 1 \ 1as defeated bY San1
I Ininies  ill  : .0o  - 3. 8 L .
Grafton, W. Va.-Eddi Turner wvoi
lit'  teomtl series  oIf roller  chianllpiill-
shlip mlatchecs hecre, mulder thle direction
of  J.  \. Turiler.  lhe i rt  ract  of
lt  i tiI \;is 1 for  11 rse  i t $ ti ITle
Of  Fairmi otiunt,  wtithl  \rcht  Lillt.  o f
Faii (uni nt,  second.  Tlh  time \lle
s iarted  ii tl i  it  b1   1til  11did  t
Theo secoud hecat was won bv Ivan
Tompkins, of -Unionltown. Pla., with
Clatue Wlc1, s   tcotd. Thle ltme ia
3  ]).  Tie   illal  l1001  \\as  Woil  hY
Turnelir,  w\ithi  Tonapkinl  seconld  inl
:!::10. Thle -econld race for two Inules
alul a  purse  of . \MT I  \\.,wIn  bv  T r-
ior with1 T11 pkiint  ccolld  it G.:30.
BIG RINK SEASON
AHEAD SAYS TYLER.
Head of the Team of Tyler and Ber-
ton Believes Next Year Will
Eclipse Current One for
Rollers.
Chias. Tyler. of Tyler & lierton,
wiatt inl Chiigo thi i wtlitk, tile team
laviti played a benlft for the park
emlployes at Sanls Souici rink. Whlen
asked about the prospect, for net
season. Mr. Tyler said:
"Th'le rinik gamle is abouit over jut ~
nlow. We have played necarly all thle
tillks ill  ialltsas  ()IlahOIlla,  \rkaisas
alld lisouri. ad llotever\w  wicte
went we found business good, with
but One or, tw\o exceptionls. The rink
amhowever, is about over for this
season, for everywhIere the rinks are
closing') thecir do<ors anld are eithier pre-
paring to go into pictures or else to
brush-1  up1  anld  ;wait  the(  moinling  of
fall.
l)'  I  thlinkl  the(  rink,  pa i  dOnle
HENLEY ROLLERSKATES
4LatestModel, Ball-Bearing RinkSkates. Usedinmajorityof allRinks Nickei-lPlated
Steel. Hall-Hearing Club Skates, wNith Fibre, Steel Combina-
tion, Alumninum or Boxwood Hollers.
HENLEY RACING SKATES.
Used and endorsed by speed skaters everywhere, and
are'also desirable for indlividual use,
where the finest and most complete
.,skate in the market Is desiredl.
Foot-plate                 POLO GOODS and OUTFITS
Ss p r in g                      Send for Skate Catalog Free.
nsteel, will                  Official Polo  Goin~e  ...  . ... loc
1' kleor beeak             NI                            D
aranteed.                   R ill    gI
*+++                                      ++++'o           ++
HENEYINDANA
OVER 2000 OF OUR MACHINES TO
SURFACE FLOORS IN USE
" ,-nA        Itittcod   buildeis  it ied  Stat-, Ei
il nI  and  other countnies.  Will surfat  frio
 to  .iiii  sq.  ft.  of  old  or  i-  Illring
4 4              " Il  ilt  5 I I il  S.  T"'  or  I  i llt
t  i n   m  ke  it  smotI   let  i
we  ~  ~ Is me  ial. o)f machino,  in  nwka
i REEt n-     itorotlo 
M. L. SCHLUETER
3'2 S. Canal Street. CHICAGO.
for- hailuld  ay lot. Thli c <
hias probably been the most nec c"'-
fill thle rinlks have ever known11 and it
hias served to wh-]et thle appe(titeS Of
the public for a truily healthful recrea-
tionl and( for thlis recason,. it  f or no
other, I ai of the firm     belief that
next seasOll ttill far exceed this one
i    i the volume of business and  i the
recal initerest shiown~ by the vox populli.
"Aliss Berton and I have nio spe-
Cill ptlt  jIlst n1Ow.  We l1ay p)os-
sihly- take a liver into vaudeville for
it ilolith o tt, oit, till tile other hal
We Illay indilge ill wItat we iteliee to
hle a well earnied rest.-
Hood Gives Up Lease.
Peri, tldi.,  April  21.i
Thle W\allace theater will bc practical-
ly dark froml nlow uintil the fall season
anl accounit of 11anlager flood giing up
hli,  lease,  whi;Ch  heI  hla-  behll  f ar  the
pas: vear Wr moI,, 11Ia- beenl ah)
-cnt from   the city fori il  1.5t evetral
\tetk- al d is outpin     thit p, ition of
-general agenit of tle JohIInny J. Jones
fxposition shows, the larget carival
company in the southi.      Thie property
has been uinder the immnediate mnanage-
nient of Mrfi. Hood, Jr., for the p~ast
fear week .
Franklin W. Van Horn Dead.
alntic Ci ty, N  _j_ .\pril fl.
Frankllinl '-I. Vanl Hornl diedl here to-
la  after a ver  brief itllte~s. Ie wat
the( eldlest son of lVan Horn, onie of thle
test knownt costmtiers i1 tilt countr
and   for som1e time ttorked Ititlt tite
itriln of 1ant Horn & Soil ill Pnlilifi-
piiia. Later 1ie severed his coinlectionl
ttwitli the original house anl  started I
Newi York branch, talking111   ill wiith him
aIs partner, a Nliss Tex\ter, and estab
liihing  the  tim o: m (of \',Il  110rn
PREMIER ROLLER SKATING ATTRACTIONS
RINKS                                     VAUDEVILLE                                            PARKS
This department is not affiliated with any organizations, all professional skaters are invited to send in their press notices and
reports of the condition of business i that part of the country in which they are playing, and any items of news occuring along
their route. Address THE SHOW WOULD Chicago.
BERTHA DOUD MACK
ORIGINAL
Anna Held Premier Dancing Girlon Rollers
17 Months with Anna Held Parisian Model
'ompany, featuringMme. Held's famous
La Matchiche Dance, an up-to-date and
original act beautifully costumed.
1 iStte S-treet, 'stIlra Falls, N. .
JOHNSON& HANHAUSER
BOY WONDERS
In their many novelties and feats
of daring skill and balance
AdII.W. English.11kg.Mgr.lrooktvillela.
Something New-Original-StartlIno
Master HARLEY A. MOORE
Juvenile Skatorial Artist
The phenomenalboy wonder, doing diff -
cult feats on his original triangularstilts.
Nosyplaying the Middle States. Address
Chanutte,.Kainsas.
JACK FOTCH
Wonderful all-round Skating, introduc-
ing Heine Gabooblie first time on Skates.
The Laughing Hit. Artistic, Graceful
Fancy Skating. Beautiful Costumes,
Changes of Programme. Address
THE SHOW WORLD, CHICAGO
STRASBURGER, the Great
and BABY RUTHage 9
America's Favorite Skatersand Dancers,
featuring Buck and Wing Dancing, Hur-
dleJumpingand Backward Speed Skating
Rink and Vaudeville Mgrs. write quick for
open time.
VALD EVI L E             H INtS
FIELDING & CARLOS
Skaters and Danoers.
Presenting the only act of its kind  in-Ametica.
HARRY WEBER, 67 S. Clark St., Chicago
TAYLOR TWIN SISTERS
Renowned Fancy and Trick Skatorial Ar-
tists.  Featuring their Violins while
skating.
The Show World, Chicago.
OLDUS ( MARSH
Acrobatic, Novelty and Trick Skaters
Featuring-The Coastof Death,Blindfolded.
Featuring-The Great 'Rbe Perkins" Act.
Featuring-o Top Mount Acts.
Act and costumes changed nightly. Bsyallthe
time. but never too busy to answer letters.
ADVERTISE IN
THE SHOW WOR LD
I.
28S
May 1, 19og.
THE SHOW WORLD


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