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Patrick, Warren A. (ed.) / Show world
(May 22, 1909)

Brief news notes gathered in Chicago,   pp. 15-16


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THE SHOW      WORLD                        May22,1909.
TRAVATO ENTERTAINS
A NUMBER OF FRIENDS.
Virtuoso Has a Party at the Sherman
House which Was Greatly En-
joyed.-Some Splendid Music.
Signor Aitoni Arcaro Travato. hill
I'itilippitto  lirtuol o.  gave  a  party  lit
the Sherulal IHoIuSt last Firid;iy tigiht
xwhich  was greatly   eioyei. The
glests gathered at 11:30 after the bill
at the Majestic was conludede as Sig-
ior Iravato xvas a feature of Iiat
week's prograim.
A balnettitt was served which wa
followed b-y singing, (laicilng alll the
I inest instrumen1cltal intisic  heardt in  the
Sherian Ilouse sittce it was trected.
Anna Voodward, soprano with illatiy
large bands in recent seasons, salp
several numbers while Signor Travato
accomtpanied er  ol the xiolin. The
iliic Xwas bauttifuil. N.iiss Vera Bar-
lie. the Chicago pianist and vocalist,
also entertained the gathering. She
has a sweet voice and is a splendid
pianist.
Those present were:
Signor Antonio Arcaro Travato, of
Naples, Italy.
Anna Woodward, of Chicago.
Sam Krieger, of Providence, R. 1.
Vera Harlie and Theron Harlit, ofl
Chicago.
Claude and Fannie Usher, of 11(-
ton, NMass.
T. C. Nlullen, of Denver, Col'.
Julius Singer, of Alaska.
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. Rosenbaum, 'If Chi-
cago.
Theresa Caspec, of Cincinnati, 0.
Marion C. Cull, of Houston, Texa.
T. Brown, of Sioux City. la.
James Boasi, of Toronto, Call.
N1r. and Mrs. Bernii Rolfe, f Chi
cago.
Rolland S. Church, of Ciicag<>.
Auby Bacco. of Chicago.
Vera Toyland. of Peoria, III.
julia Caldwell, of Meilahis, Tit.
Jake Jakques, of Mill, Wis.
Sidney Gumipertz, of Portland. ()Ir.
Those who were invited and foidt
it impossible to be present sent tle-
gramis of regret: They were:
Bobbie North, of New York.
Maggie Kline, of Brooklyn.
Dr. Camp, of Kansas City, Mo.
Hamilton Talmage, of Kansas City,
Mo.
Misses De Faye, of Cleveland. 0.
Joseph Arcaro, of New York.
Joe Leonard, of Toronto, Canada.
Jeainette Mayhew. of Chicago.
Fred Stone, of utte, Mont.
FRANKIE DREW IS NOW
HEADED VAUDEVILLE ACT.
Frantkie Drew, late of The Flower
of the Ranch, is playing "The Mail
of  Nicobar"   in  The lrooistick
Nitches, and Harry Dull appears as
"His Satantic -Majesty" aild m0alage
the act for B. C. Whitney. The act
is kno-it as The Broomstick Witchel
and w\at( staged by Gts Soilke. The
piris  eti tite act ire: Nii Rog
NItrrav.  Cissie  Vincent,  H iarriet
Tenmpe-st, Pauline Clifton and Clara
Marie. The act is the headliner at
the Stone Opera house at Flint. Mich.,
his  Xeek and imade I hip itt X\hi ii
rlst produced Monday .
LITTLE JOHHNY JONES
ON CHICAGO MARKET.
Chicai<  Rit 1<  this  \Netk  thlat  Little
J(allll Joes could he boghtait a
bargain  n it is said thit eithe-
Gec'o I-,  Slitieis or HI. C. IDe~t
\Xillh111v it lbtforetitis paptter is it tite
handtis (of its r-eadiers. Thejlt-odcitiolt
is offered feot $1,5t0, anld thce''li
S S100 per wXeck.
JOHN BARRYMORE HAS
LEFT THE SINGER SHOW.
JIn  arrymiore withdrew fron A
Stubborn Cinderella itt Boston Max-
i5, and was succeeded in the cast by
Harry Stole, receitly of the LaSalle
compauy. It is Mr. Barrymore's ill
teitioni to elgage tliumself to Messrs.
Cohian & Htrris for appearances in
The F,,ortunle HuIlnter.
GET YOUR
Independent
Film service
FROM
We.E.GREENE
FILM EXCHANGE
The Oldest and Largest Independent
Film Exchange in New England.
228 Tremont Street,
Branch Office
511A Congress Street,
Portland, Me.
Boston, Mass.
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JOE GAITES WILL STAR
CORRIGAN IN NEW PLAY.
JIIc I aitt will let The Catspaw go
to the storehouse and will star Etit-
imlett Corrigan next season in 11 nlew
play by Paul Wilstach. Gaites will
also have out The Three Twins.X which
was a remarkatble winner for hiit this
FRED LeCOMTE BUSY
WITH HIS TENT SHOW.
Fred LetOit is in Mexico, Mo.,
w-here Ili, tilt shlowiit  will <pen hont  AyI
1.The conmuyanyl wNas organized ill
hi a o l \d %ill bec  quit, a  1    n, Ii4c o..
Raver Visits Murdock.
Iilrrv Rush Raver, gvneral man-
ager of the Coisolidated Aiiseirent
Conmpany of HIaltiniore. was iii Chi-
cago this week in conference with
J. J. Mlurdock of the International
Projecting and Producing Company,
and while he would not state the ex-
act nature of the interview, ir. Ra-
ver intimated that it had a bearing
upon the future relations between his
honse and   the International which
wild prove of great benefit to both.
During his stay Mr. Raver visited
no:  old  friends  in  the  city.
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LYVIAN TWINS TO HAVE
THE PRIZE-WINNERS.
Production Is Now Being Built in
Chicago and Show Will Open in
Des Moines Aug. 29.
The ILman Twill     Her
loward, aire ill Chicagio and are mt.-
iig arrallgelents for a produIction for
iext Seasol whici will outrank lilW
,f the successes with which they btt
heell connected itn recent \ears.
The new play will be known as The
Prize-Winners and it will open Aug.
:    at Des Moines, p     Wling west atti
-artitng south over the Klaw & Er-
linger time oil Jan. 15.
The Prize-Winners production i,
being built ill Chicago by Sosilll&
Landis and wlill be quite elaborate
ithe LymalT"in werefirsteei
Tiie Mierry Chase. At the Races N;Io
their second offering, The Rtistlers
was their third and the Yankee Drin-
lters is now shelved, having servedl
its purpose.
The Twins like to use a bill two.It
the outside three years. They hae
P 1liowing inl 27 states and can ea-
ily play two seasons without rettin-
ing  in  a  familiar bill.
.   tOur business south the past season
wvac the best we have ever had," re-
mirked Howard or Herbert; itis next
to imtpossile to tell themlapart.
BOY AND GIRL'S CAST
FOR NEW YORK RUN.
When Narie Dressler opens her
,eason at the Aerial Gardens over the
New   Amsterdam    theater, in New
York on Monday, Nay 31, presenting
Richard Carle's stimmller song show,
The Boy and The Gir. she will be a -
sisted by the foilowi.gcast of princi-
pals: Barney Bernard. Tobiy LVonts.
Eddie Heron. Edward N.iFaver, tir-
rell Barbaretta. Felix ia11t1s, Hugh
Fa ' v. Harriet Statdont, Naieline Afar-
,hall and Matrion Garson.
JCSEPH HOWARD JOINS
HIS WIFE AT COLUMBUS.
Columbus, I)hio, Nlay 18.
Tlihe Blue Motise ptlayed to capa:t
houses at the Colonial theater Mon-
day, Tuesday and WYednesday night
and   Wednesday   iatinee.   Joseph
Howard, the itsband of Ma!;e! lHarn-
son, has quit vaudeville and accoi-
panied his wife to this city. IleX wil
take part in The Blue Moise duriig
the run in Chicago.
MARIE FLYNN TO BE
"THE GOLDEN GIRL."
Narie Flynn has been engaged by
Nlort I. Singer to assuie the title
role in The Golden Girl next season.
Winonia Winter is now playing the
part which Niss Flynn will assueet
when the company starts on the west-
ern and southern totr next September
Miss Flynns contract calls for rw-
"areIn Xvork. it wiii be her first ei-
torts itt miutsical coiiteclv.
A Rumor Run Down.
Several contemporary punblication
Xwhich are rapidly gaining replitation'
as -rilumor sheets- printedI  tory la'
Xweek to the effect that Harry Poer
theater.  this  city.   oai ,ibtine  tie
lease for the Olympic theater anul that
lie  would  rnit  high  class  legitinatl.
attractions  inl that  house  the coiiiilg
season, turingil  his ow  theater (,Vr
for stock opant   pro ections
The rumorihadi 1111c or twit effect'.
themuost itnortant of Xvlici were1)
pester Harry PXersithaIiltlittll
of daily press reporters and to ink
the Olympicc nlaiagneitietiter varit,
undteer the collar. NMr. Pol\ers 1"S
kept busy for several days die ititiS
tile trtuth of the repoirt altci filll)
reached apoint where he v  Id hang
up the receiver whenever the speaker
hegun: "Did yot sign-          l
THEIFSH-OWWNORLD is priilegei
to statealioritatively that tieOlli
pic has not been sold and tat sor
as its owners and managemlnt
concerned the same policy will he
continued at that house ilext season
as has obtained this year.
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GREAT NEWS
Exhibitors Can Now Secure New Independent
Western Pictures
Ifyou have hesitated dealing with Independent
Exchanges because you were unable to obtain
this class of films through them, do not hesitate
longer. You can now secure the latest and
most attractive Independent Western Films
- the products of unsurpassed Film Manu-
facturers- through us.
Write for more information about this and let us send
you synopsis of these Western pictures, also of our New
Independent European made Films.
CHICAGO FILM EXCHANGE
49-50 Jackson Blvd., CHICAGO
BRANCH OFFICES Pacific Bldg., San Francisco, Denver, Salt Lake City,
Omaha, Washington, Atlanta, Nashville.
THE SHOW WORLD
May 22, 1909,
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