The Billboard 1924-07-05: Vol 36 Iss 27

The Billboard 1924-07-05: Vol 36 Iss 27

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A Weekly
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JULY 5, 1924

The UTILITY "DRIFTING TO YOU"

The Waltz Ballad Beautiful

$527.50
COolTIVCLY THE GHEATEST DRUM VALUE ON EARTH.
niEE--New 1921 Cafalos ``M". Now ready. M-n  i.ew Noii'Ilies.

Lcody AVanufacturin^' Co,
Jndiandnofis. Ind..

ACCORDIONIS

IIII i\\iww' The Best Nisde Accordion

\^i\uV\u\u\\\V

in the World

'Tf'-

Send 25 cents rcr illus-

j" *'?? trated cat.ilog and prices.

1^5^--^^ftUGUSTO lORIO & SONS

B

8 Prince St.. KEW YORK.

Written by

CLAY SMITH,

- ·

AL. SHORT,

The Kminent Coinin.ser and Critii). ,

Director Tivoli Theatre. 4

Sflicduh d for e htl'oi ate .\rt rroeTuction in Ralaban & Katz Theatres,

Chicago, for three wovks, starting Moinliiy, . lay 26th.

Week of May 26th, Chicago Theatre.

Week of June 2nd, Tivoli Theatre.

' ·

Week of June 9tb,» Riviera Theatre.

Splendid orders have been coming- in from all parts of the United States and Canada and "DRIFTING TO YOU" is off with a run¬ ning start.

CHAS. E. ROAT MUSIC CO. BATTLE CREEK, MICH.

WOWff Sure'^Fire Comedy Number GET IT!!
("I'il BE PAPA-tOU'll BE MAMA)

J.

Ladwig Jingle Castanet

'

{Patent PenJinA)

A new combination trap effect for the popular "TanAo" and Spanish dance numbers. Has one pair of finest Arada castanets and four sets of jinAles mount¬ ed on ebonized handle. liiAhly effective, simple; can be operated with one hand.
No. 632, at your dealer or $2. 00 pottage paid

Ludwig rfLudw'

|l611 N.Lincobi5

)Chica^l]liiicts

THE HIT OF hits:

"THERE ALWAYS IS SOMEBODY ELSE"

Ki)i-Tn.t HalUd.

BIGC.EST

hit on pacific coast.

Orchestration^ 25o (.No lYee Copies).

Profebslo:;al Copy free to r«'o,;i ;.-ca Performers.

ALONZO NOEL MUSIC PUB. CO..

1215 E. 16th Street.

Eos Angeles. Calif.

IATTPIANOPLAYINO
 mm m M positi«u.t TaosHi anr phsoi

UftABfclN 20 LESSONS

(ImlCkrisfMMn't Spttfli

**tr«« Cm«i t« Ctest**--Hear

to Mtb a»4 PsrsHMMt iKtris. wr U. S. Pisit* Retlt )

V¥rit« or Phone for FREE BOOKLET

CHRISTENSEN SCHOOLS OF POFULAR MUSIC

Suita S. 20 East Jackson,

CHICAGO.

Teacher Bepreseatat'res wanted.

'Ybi/rtb/ce willcreate the right impKssion ifyouuse
MENTHINE OINTMENT

LET'S PLAY HOUSE'
' Words and Music by SAM COSLOW-Writer of BEBE, WANITA, GRIEVING FOR YOU, and other hits.
ORCHESTRATIONS, 25 CENTS
MUSICIANS--For only $1.00 we will send you 10 late Orchestrations, in¬ cluding the big hit, ''LET'S PLAY HOUSE." Save $1.50 by taking advantage of our offer NOW !

AMERICAN MUSIC PUBLISHING CO.

1658 BROADWAY.

Prof. Dept. NEW YORK CITY

BRAZIIUN AMERICAN

THE BUSINESS BUILDER OF BRAZIL.

IHustrtted. F-llIed with news and tnforma.i.a. stxnil

tha richest and most fiscluttlog ouuntry In tao coo-

Unaita. Sl'B.srRIPTION PRICE. $7.00 A YEAR.

Sa.iJ 10 Cents for 8smp:a Cupj.

BRAZILIAN AMERICAN.

Calxa Psst.rl 629.

RIe da Janeiro. BruiL

EVERYONES
With Which ia lacaraerated
"AUSTRALIAN VARIETY AND SHOW WORLD."
Ciwrrlnc, In a Trade Piper wir the wh.' e K.-.ertaliimeul j'ieiJ of AustinUs and .New Zrs m J.
t'ommunlratltais: Edlt.)tlsl. MARTIN C. BRINNAN. i:u,ii.r>v H. V. MARTIN, 114 Cattlrreaih SL, Sydney, AustraUa.

i^iNTERS IB

^-'LJiiirgest'

V EstinWfes^i^

Music Printers West of NewYorK^\l

natal torn juciNiK:i3(aiiNIS|:KM,ViM3C

^Gladly Furnished IMmi Anythin^in Music

ANY PUBUSHER ^ ' OUR REFERENCE
BAyNER,DALHHM6 CSf

/

WORK DONE BY

ALL PROCESSES

^054-2060 W.Lake St:Chlcagalll.

A "Real Funny" West Indian Song
BLACK STAR UNE By WILLIAMS and DOWELL

GREAT DEMAND o> SONGS

(Writers of West Indies Blues)

PROFESSIONAL COl'lhlS FREE.

DANCE ORCH., 25c E-VCH.

To mAke · euccets of nifcrkdilDr your own <»m>)«iilon. a bo-jk corerln^ all eMentlAl point* 1* published. Coi.taln* over lOO pa,;cs of valuable InformailoYi n cl.iUiiig list* of itfi-cecji stores, music )obbert. ret'ord a:id plai;o roll manufact-arer*. tnu::ic dealers, rnuslcal ma'azlnes. etc. Posltltely the best and up-to-the-lime* book erec offered. 11.00. postpaid^ ai d if not aa claimed will refund muney. Sexui for detail
JACK GORDON PUB. CO., 201 No. Hoyne Ave., Chicago 

Join our Orchestra Club--$2.00 per year--and receive one new number each month and six numbers FREE TO START YOU OP'F.

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I SPENCER WILLIAMS MUSIC CO., Inc.

Clarence Williams is the Lucky Publisher of the Season's Hits 3 1658 Broadway,

Room 701B,

, New York

ARKANSAS BLUES
A Down Home C'hnnt--On .Ml Herords and Rolls

it***^*f*trtfttin*^^***»t**t***t*t**»»*f»

WEST INDIES BLUES
D(dnt Forgot Thi.s Crcrit Comt'dy Nnmhor

GHOST OF THE BLUES
Wonderful Dance Tunc

Dance OrchestrationH, 2.jc Each. None Free.
Join our Preferred Mailing Li.st (?'2 fK)) and receive above numlxirs fr(je, and many more during the year.

CLARENCE WILLIAMS MUSIC PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC.

1547 BROADWAY,

(Suite 415-420 Geyefy Theatre Bldg.)

NEW YORK

When Writing to Advertisers Mention The Billboard.

THE BILLBOARD DATE BOOKS

Especially arr.'inged for showfolk in all brunches. Ample space for daily meinorandunvj, for 14 months, from JANUARY 1, 1924, TO MARCH 1, 1925
Tile hook contains majis, calendars for the years 1923, 1924 ami 1925, and much u.seful information.
Round in bl.-ick gr.ained cloth. Rent anywhere, postp.aid, for 25c each. Oet yours before the supply Is exhausted. Address

THE BILLBOARD PUBLISHING COMPANY.

Date Book Department, 25 Opera Place.

Cincinnati. Ohio.

JULY 5, 1924

':%lyric bt
(*A. F. OTIS.
ROMANO,

CHORUS
adoration- WALTZ

Musjc by
F. IMAGINE

. *
The SUCCESSOR to and by the WRITERS of
"DREAMY MELODY*'

rhat^ fas

<),.· I'dt

Ptg -.saUz,

dear,

ADORATION litiegn lo\e ihoughts of

\ It ' .soft

* r-f

ly

sweet ly calls

dear,

'ly

WALTZ

love

is aI · ways true

ti mfio

Where-ev

er

you

may

, NOW BEING FEATURED

IBinins iraziL

tlc.xr, Whai . ev.

er you

may do-

MORTON DOWNEY

PHENOMENAL TENOR

AND

.

NELSON MAPLE

cv .

ly

. lit Iliou/Jhl IS

filled with aj

o

ra - tion,

DIRECTOR

PAUL WHITEMAN'S

Hr--U. S. S. Leviathan Band

Dream - ing dreir

tl

you -

And

all

Ihe

wide

world seeraj

to

sha re niy ad - mir. a . tien, Log

ing

EVERYONE IS RA VING OVER IT! PUT IT IN YOUR JICT TODAY!
Orchestrations in Any Key * All Combinations in Voice Arrangements
Wire or Write NOW for Your Cdpi;

^^].W. JENKINS SONS, Kansas CITY. Mo.
you

SCEMEKY [ W

SECOND HAND TRUNKS SONGS-HARDING E.'SJdilciTSlfirri'Ti'ciJ

IhamoiKi Pye Oil or Water Cohwa.

"Yes. We Hate No Prohibit Inn". Shelby; `Tlayln* at

SCHELL SCENIC STUDIO. COLUMBUS. OHIO.

tlnme With Babv" and ''On the Green Shure* of

c ^ P M F DV

^l-USH DROPS

\; PROFESSIONAL R0.\D TRUNKS

$12.75 i Erin", Arthur Wejl; "Skim Milk". 'Plrty Fare", ·Suftly Sin; the Old Sonz,". ··Jitlln. rude .Sain

FIBRE SHOE TRUNKS. In yood tondition. A Bargain at .$&7S @ fliwe Po Y'uu Im?", `'S-'me (Had Tbmi.rrow" and

FOR HIRE
The fV.e Plaee In the WI3e World r«;ib'lshrd 1390 AMELIA GRAIN. Philadelphia.

'

Cre-lhlrJ with order, ba'.ar.ee C. O. D. Ph'ine. llarrlroa 7S9I.

g

thousands of Soo-s and Reeltalhyii t'atalors free. Send stamp to FK.VXK H.XRPIXG. Muaic Printer.

i COMMERCE TRUNK CO.,

174 West Van Buren Street, CHICAGO | J2S E. ddd St., Xew York City.

Medicine Performers

'· ' e. Xovelty Musical

Platio Player that

: . fna-Vmi a!«o. P.s i«Ie In a I lines tet In Imn-h !

ir '» lljrrr and Edna IPoe. wi'c me. l>atik I'.d- I  I I sillily also. S. F:v.\XS, tlT'a Orient Ave..

'*r-> t iiy. .V J._

WANTED

SONG "-DANCE SKETCH TEAM

Adi, Sin*:!® Prrfornifrs srrd Act UVrVer.

' -m: M-tlicIti® PropI® %»rltc. ^lu^l rb®!)*:® Atronc

' a t'tk. sr«t® 4 1 >'ou

tK® atid i^aUry, lu

* 

K WP'ISK, VcwfoTinr^Npwn* Ohio,

^

"REAL GOOD SOMGS-GET THEM"

"SWEET MELODY"

A F x-Trnt S'-ni with a real Melody aril Parre Swlnr
"EVER SINCE YOU TOLD ME THAT YOU CARED"

A Xntelty ry>x-Tror.
"THE SONG THAT THE BREEZE SINGS TO ME"

\ N.rr'Tv Walt* .'loie Melmly Y'eu Won't Ferret.

ON RECORP.w .\.VD HPU>. rroiessloe.al rople* to Re.-v-daetl ARTISTS ONLY. Orchestrations. 33c

each, three for Fl.uO.

E. FORTUNATO. Publisher.

...

8 Seuth Fifth Street. Philadelphia. Pa

McKenzie s highlanders concert band McIntosh & CLARK, Sole Owners.

WANTED GIRLS
For Girl .\ct, rinvr wnrklns. Siprit-rv Slr.rer. Paiiier. Violinist or Piano-.Xctordl'mi.vt. tilrl \ rut a'tv .\>t and Blues .<lnzer. Mall ;>bot'><rapl'. .-'jI*' all Maiiisers. have leu oi en .latey .Vni. rt-an .Mli .'te Mal ls and Bathlne Girls Kevnej. .\ddr,-^ ItFitT M\K'H-LII.. Sta'c Theatre, fnl.x.hrwii, I'ns-yhanla.
WANTED
BOSS CANVASMAN QUICK. Bill Wisley, wire.
LEM THOMPSON, Kingstree, S. C.

WANTED AT

I

In Full McKenzie Regalia.

ONCE!I r.'in place immctliatrly. French Horn, Riritone, Eb Clarinet, Flute. Other good I Mii.sicians. keep in ttnich xvith me. I.ong season. Must be gentlemen at all

tinu s. Wire at once. l*ana. Ind., July 1, 2, 3 (Ilappyland T'ark); Clinton. Inti.,

I - . .*r with IlftOOO. for ibe flnf«t

Tiictor- .lulv 4 to 12.

WM. G. McIntosh. Mgr. .

'I' -iifl v;., ^

Mf'ii i .\ I I..inwaw, i

'*'1' -r, Kwrr>thlne T'a-lv i> o|>®n. Tlazullc yi'Nif

a;-,! tMi>twNhton ftr ri»:hl man Ttfin^b

"

Klrry P,mi*»i Mlrr n»» at

.\ti'lTf>.5 all

· aiitl T%trc< iy

ll\'*SKIta. Jonf*U r.-. .\rk.

Wanted Brownlee's Mobile Minstrels

It'olorrd Mu»lelans and Performers. Trombones. Clarinet. Tiba. Alto, Baritone, Trap Dnimmcr with Ihiims,

WANTED

PEOPLE

Cinnedlans. Slnscrs and Paneers. all d.ni..llnc ylTcn iieefereneei. Blllposilne Afent that can drive OierI land ear. Stale all first letter (diin't wire), lowest salao'. Eat. sleep on cir. Aiklress
LOU BROWNLEE, Nacotdoehes. Texas.

I;_.j]! lines, fur I'raniaMc s: «k m .\nstln, Tex.  · - -eaxin to rlilit iHMP'e State a.e, wel'M
1 lieijit. (iuu.! Itrp. Tis'ple ai.swer. UUIIUY

AT LIBERTY

MUtt:.\. Hill .tlrdoiiic. .\u.slln. Texas.

WILLARD PRICE. I

ROSE COLLINS.

Prlnelial C.'me.ly. Hen- I fhararler Comedy, ticn-

eral Ilu.tness.

I

er»I Business

WANTrn htCOICINt ptRFORMERS OF ; 11. Ul lr M.S'la.iir>. 1209 Cherry St.. Kansas City. Me.

I L.k/

kinds. Must delHer Hie |

AT LIBERTY-- di. I'iano l*U.\er to w.nk In a Is. .\l KItr. I j
' aiKue. late your dUaiipoIntlni' me. t'lllll.`'rV

MlHH isy;

.\aaumptl.>ii, Illit la.

y^wrlro/'cr y>i//create the ritiftt imf-tision ifvouuse
MENTHINE OINTMENT

REAL DRUMMER
f , Ilaiu-e IVanJ. Vl'solutebr kn.'w rhythm. Ltjll. iw I jirel hoiiM*. .. desire.l. Kelial>le bands only. cn.VS. Ill nsilV, did'i ."Kulh Elm btrvet. LirectLsburo. N. C.

AT LIBERTY
V-t -Mlo Sax'ph.nlst (radio artist) doubllr; C S.>praro, It-ltal S.>pr,irio and Melody Sais, .Vll eoM Instruments. HtaJ. fake and m.'niMlre. I'ufet Smith, but will consider any reasonable offer with eood dan.e ban.L Youns. neat api'earlni a' .i om-
eti'al. Wire wr write * SAXoriltlNIST", ld''7 Mi*» Kinney A*e. \pt. No. 3. Umist.ai. Texas.
WANTED DRAMATIC PEOPLE
In all Hill* (or T.-nl Kei\ MJ>t il.' Siv.-UItks. .\l»o I'iaiio l*U)rr. Join immedlatrly. State loweet salary. I'ay jour own wires; 1 pay lulue.
WALTEU UObS. MooreaeiUe, Udiana.

DON MELROSE
Wire me your aiMrcss quick, impuiTant.
HERBERT HARKLEROAD, care Tent Show, El Dorado, Ark.

The Gordon Players
WANT

For Xj. 1

Se.-oud Businras Man and

Man. Ni' 2 : (ifceial Busl-

TtJii. (^JDJ<^tlar^ Griirral ItUjlnrsa Man with

Si«i-la;tlcs. F. S. i;OKl>OX, La t'aj'ette. kid.

\AIANTPn B'arkfac* ComfdUn. np In Xt(t«

X

Ohaiue f >r week. PUt(.>nn

\If.llcine Slww. Ijil ar.d sleei, mi lot. .M Walter*,

wtite. TUkel If known. KRl.NK it CU.VPM.V.N.

WiAHlward. I'a.

Advcrtiaera like te know where their addreaa waa ak'> tamed--way Slllbtard.

Tile BilltioaPd

JULY 5, 1924

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Be a Shareholder of
BAKER-LOCKWOOD
--Share their Profits!
Make your money pay you 8% dividend with safety! Get in on this $1,000,000 a year business. Baker - Lockwood Manufacturing Company, Kansas City, Mo., offers you shares of their Treasury Preferred Stock at par value of $100 per share. Baker-Lockwood sells throughout the world more than 350 products manufactured from cotton duck, rope, bunting and

WHY a BAKER - LOCKWOOD Investment is Safe
1. IJoi'aiisc* tliero is a safe margin lK*t\v«H*n the available assets and out¬ standing 1ia>)iiities.
2. Tile o III i» a n y is thoronghiy estaldished and entren«`hed In tt>e piiblii' eonfidenee as a safe and reliable firm.
;l. It has shown a l>eri<Kl of roiitinuoiis suecessfiil years.
1. Baker - liCM-kwood sells over the entire ViiIuhI States and a niiinlier of foreign loiintrit's -- thus eliminating the effei't of any bad lo<*aI I'ondition
.V Baker - I/oekwotal offers the largest possible letnrns for smalh*st possi¬ ble risk.

^ Better than a Savings Account
Baker-Lockwood Stock pays you more than a bank. It's better than a savings account! The company assets total more than $515,000 and far exceed the face value of the stock. The four big factory buildings extend the length of an entire city block. Improved real estate, all the factory machinery and all the other assets of the company stand behind this stock.

53 Years a Money Maker

For 53 years or over half a century this great company, which was established in 1870, has
been a financial success. Sales average over $1,000,000 annually. Stockholders have earned yearly
an average of over 15% on their money invested. The company now has an authorized capital of
$600,000. 1924 promises to be another big profit year.

IVraw

Baker-Lockwood--THE BIG TENT COMPANY you

know and deal with. Get 8% or more on a safe investment

Remit by money order or bank draft at once--$100 par value per share.

Baker-Lockwood Mf^. Go., Inc.
"THE BIG TENT HOUSE"
Kansas City -- Missouri.

MOUNTFORD'S NEW "GAG*

LONDON VAUDEVILLE NOTES

GUILD ABSORBS A. T. M.

New York. Juno SO.--narr.v Mmiutfunl lias got a n»-\v ·Bjik". Up Is aflvprtlsine liliusplf aloni; Urouil.ay thru tlio lupiliuin of lu-a'l.r prlntod curds, us a sort of iicrson.il relations counsel. The cards read;
If you are in trouhle of any kind, professional, legal, domestic or med¬ ical. and want to know where you can get the host information or assistance, see, write .pr phono Harry Kountfoid.
The cards give his uddiess--that of the .\merieaii .\r1iste«' Kederath.n, of which he is executive Seiretar.V--and I'iiolle liutlllier.
BIG CROWDS VISIT B. E. E.

I.oiiilon. Juue ·-*;i iSiiiM iiil Cahle to Tlie I'.i'ltsiardl.--Uo'e ai.'l II ut-y and Oily M .rr.-ou are  l·.lIliIlg up at ttie Coliseum.
I' ,t.i and Iliiti- made an excelhnt oisnini; at the ^'il·tl>ria Palace.
Tile I'i-k riiit.r'iiy .s'lns'eis oi .-u at liie Coliseum Jiin.- .Ui and i.race I.aKue .lu y 7.
llerschel IlciiP re ois-tis at till- t.run.i, Il.rm.n.'li.im, on June ilo: Jo.'ko, is-nf.iriu.na i row, an>l ttwen ti.veiiiey ii|s'u ut the r.miiir*-. .'.waiis'-a; Kkins. Pay and liik ris. V>r..r:a I'ala.f; Ilo-e aiul Ilmiey, anti Morrisoii. .\lliamhra: Pinto and Ptoyle. Iii)i|sidroiiie, P.rialiiiui.
SIGNED FOR "FASHIONS'
.N'fW \ork, .Iiiiiit I's. -- \v.; i.im Lhs and Ids

Loudon. June Jit (Spe/i.il Cahle to Tlie I',.11Itoardl.--l/>niloii is jaiuiued and jiai ked wiih visitors, and siee|iing ai . oiuniodatiou i- ji.'atiicall.v imisi-'ilde to set. Over five million pcopie liavi vi'ilid Weiiildey. nhleli averuces altout one hiindr. d and fifty tiioii-iind da !y, hut . that thirty iniilion is very fur tiff.

lirotlier, laluanl. liui-li d tia ir vaudeville Isn.kings at .'tyraeusc la-t we. s, and after a -i.t.rt r. st will hegin r. hears.!for ti- m w Wint.T harden sliow, ` ra-liions of UiJ4". with wliieli tie ,v have heen sisn. 1 to .appear. Edward Ehn is suppo-. il to he the -mall.-t man In tiie world. Pr..tli. r P.ill ciu ms tl.at distinction for his kin.

I'.n.|.n. .I lly Jf> iSp . hil Cahle to The P.ill-

h'.ar.l I.- I

In. ..'-i-.r..  d .\s-.it lat ion of Ton: ·

ing M.in ig. rs \t II. . n .1 : .· il", iP'. ide li.v

general netting `o Is- n'.soih. (1 l.y the Sta.e

i.u M. whi. h wiil . :..leat..r to eater f..r

iii.iiiagers, a. i. r- and mu- lian-. .\ li-t of

iiiemleTs of tile provi-iiinul eitmiiiitfee of tl.e

s'.ig.`

larMe- Very representative and

imp..- ng names of a. tors and actre-ses, with

rJ r Herald Iiu .'laiirier as president. Ev.-n tl.o

many ma.v not liave h.-eu memhi-rs of tlie
tors' A'so. i.illou their ah-.-nee from Its lank-

.ertulnly m.ikes the as-o< ation not aa repre-eu-

t.itite of the P.rit.-h a. tors as it loiild ui-li.

Till* atTiIiatliiu of tlie .\ tors' .X-siM-iation with

tlie stageliai.ds and innsi.Ians has not plea--.I

everj-hiidy. J 'hii I'.iner-on has le-i-n interview ng

proiiiiiieiit ni. nil., rs of the Stage Cuild. wlio

liave expiaiiii-d tlie -itualion, w.th Kmer-on in a pel uli.ir po- tiou hy virtm- of tlie .V. tor-'

A-siii iafion's allilial.oii with r.ipiity.

LONDON THEATER BUSINESS AFFECTED BY HEAT WAVE

^ Wanted
Mail for llFatiSs and tietistal itii-iti-s., W, uia.i (.,r Inaeuuei ad tieiietal liiinii.es.. M .t d.. .'is. la .lit-. Jtiate ass. lieisht. oeijli'. L,,'ii!.v, t liiia,;. s-e. t Piano Player a'd Mu-ielans that d -ulile sta.r. W.sk June Jo. Oakland. III. .Mail u,ll l,c fi.iaided
IMTJ IHWKINS PI..\VKlts.

PRESS AGENT BENEDICT
New Yt.rk, June ;;n,--ilarrj .M ind. :, g.m ral pr.-s repr.setitative f.u- fe It s apis, 'II,,.. atr.'al I.nt.Tpri-es. wa- niarri<..| .Suturlay niglit to tiertrude Sa. lis . n..np'..f. .si..i,ai», Tlie conpP. ! ft for a lionet niooii in tie- .Idiroiida-k Moun¬ tain-. Ceorge Spell, e i- in eharge of tlie Mand.-l duties until ho r.-tiirii-.

I .Jiidon. June .".1 iSpei-lal Cahle to 'llie U.llleai.ll. liie Inat wii\e hiiinlM-d Indoor liusliie-s h. i.ll.V till. wi*.-k hut, . uri.illsly elioiig!,. tlleati-rs piajing ,.iiid. t ihe have pliiy.d to le tter hu-liie.a til.in tie's.' plav 'yt r.-vu*'.
lipiii'.in is ..tiling more opt niisile that vau.leyllle of an inlern.iteinal eharii.-ter will hrlng vaudeville r'glit I.aik into favor.

AT LIBERTY Or^snisL

Sight rea t-r. accuttomnl to the larger h aire.-. Pif-

icrt. yeura' e.vperlerice. C-e legiiiniate nm.-ic a:. I cue

ai-cuiaisiv. Nut a small-time mar.. Sisn ntaUe.

oUfj.%\IST, 411 Waldo

Atlanta,

THEATRICAL TREASURER

FinployiHl. -^ ,5 c!i.m ge immedUtelv or for uoxf

9ea-.in. whete

aciurary and Ix-x-ufflct* !«ct a I

`PI* itini*iit

dtfnunded.

eiJenced, ffli ieni, oan*

!

to handle any t ilume of

UO\ H

carp nillljuanJ, Cirk-lnnaU, Ohio.

AT liberty

MW Die. ter. Ci.aiai;«is. Heavie-, Coine.iv. .\ge. h. .'J ling'.I. a It.. 1>4 in.; aeighl, 1:!.',. AOM.W

ii.is''.Lu-ilne.k. Cl.sta ters. .tp,. Ho vea-.

Helgat. ,

j jn . weight, hio. \o -pe .a.-.e. ' w,.!

ila i.e iiianaa. . mUy. p|e.,.e

K ItATKs. lUiiie.viile, Ohio.

'^urcreate the right impnssioo if you use
MENTHINE OINTMENT

new flatbush theater

New York. .Iiine r;it.--Khithu-li, the rapidly

d. veloplng r. -iih iitiMl

1.1,1 ,,f Hrooklyn. I-

to have a le w ta.uli ville an.| ph tiir.- tlu-at. r. It

was r.vi.-ile.l II.1- -a.,.!; wh.-n the Klatl.iisli
As-o. i.itioii ...|,| ;, | ,rp.e plot at till- corn, r . f

fliurih Ml.,I Ph.thiish avi-iiiics. The tli.-al.r Wlll. h w ill U. ere. l.-ll fri.Iil phlll- h» I'ugene lie

p.isa, h:II h.-i\e a seating .apu. iiy i,f .'h'fkl, and will lost approxinial.-lt .si iHSi.tKSI.

FORMER HIPP. EXECUTIVE JOINS BROOKS-MAHIEU

.New li.rk, .fiitie :((».--iDis .\ndersoii. who hail .i.arge of tie wardrolie of the llip|s,dr..nie .luring the' lUllliigham regime, ha- loin, d the st.llr of Hie eosllime reni.il d. piirt.iieiil of P.r.eiks-Malileii. Mr Ander-on will have ehiiige of the firm's p.i«ea,ii division a. wel! u I- ii.e an assixlate in iU motion pleinre d. p.irim. nt.

VAUDE. AT EMPIRE, LONDON

I...l|.|oll .Illne Jit ISIM'. l,i| ( a 1,1,. to Tlie llill-

Is.ard). .s.r Alfr.d P..tt ,, ,,,ak.ng hurr.d

·Irr<i18 ty

flu- r.iiipir*' Tfi*-iilfr in

I .- ee.tlr .H.pi.lle July

wll ll V .1 iid.-v l|le aiul

i. r. ,ik ha.'k ititii ill.' s|..iw l.us,ie*-s ..|i similar 1 ,1.'- to when he mail,, the Pahne Tlieiiter the

prim Ipal niuale hall In ihw eo.intry. Thia

t...uld he giael news to Aniericnn yatidevllle M ' ! I'stO'*.

NEER ON VACATION

.''i.niiglield, (I., June :;0.--Iloriier Xeer, genera!

iii.inager of the Hus

Iheiking Kx. hange,

ami Mr-. Neer left here yeslerdi.v hy aiitomohlle

for a two weeks' vaeiiHun tilp to Krieau,

· inurio. Can. .vf,.

p|,,,,

flahing

In Caunda.

Mr. Orchestra Leader--
Got these request numbers.
SAVANNAH
By FRED FTSHER
OH! ^RAH!
By CLARENCE G A SKILL.
IN THE SHADE OF HER PARASOL
By WILL DONALDSON.
Pleasure Mad
By SIDNFA BECHET
Foolin' Me
liy SIllNKY BECllE'l'
JUST ONE MORE NIGHT IN YOUR ARMS
l!y I.KKl) FlSIlUIt.
Small Orch., 25c. Pull Orcb.,40c.
Daii.e III'le-iisHuiij, 25o rtrli; none free. .Viiy two uf III. ilawa numberi tent linnusUatcly on in cl.it of your club tulmerltilliai lUoo year! Tlilt riitltlct yiai to all other .New l>.ai.e Ui hc-irathait during the year of yiatr uiiMtli'il m.
FRED FISHER, Inc.,
0tpl.W.W.,mw.4illiSt.. NEW YORK

0^ A

4 ^IMboa*:

( yirtislry?lfs`^in terms of economics

^

i /

but fraannkkllyy..cchhiieefly and porriimmaarriilhy

/

concerned uhth the business end of

the pro/essioji; ardently advocating

 t;

better bi isiness practice. and fujnly -- committed to cleanliyiess as a biisi-;^ ^ ness asset

J wifkly al CuiciDoatl, O. Entered a* «ecoud-tluB# mail matter June 4. 18U7, at I'osl Orti-> . ( lui iunati. under Act ot March, 187'J. 1-4 l*ag> H. Vol. XXXVI. Xo. :;7. Julj 5, l`J:;l. (Copjrlfbt 192t bT Tbe BtHh ard PublNhini Com^an;.)

FIDOWTEEK to estop 00-20 AGREEMENT

Application Made To Restrain

EQUITY AGREEMENT

DEATH EXACTS HEAVY TOLL

Equity and P. M. A.

To Be Chief Topic at Meeting of I. T. A.

AT THEATER IN lOHAIN, OHIO

JUSTICE PLATZEK RESERVES DECISION

New York. June 30.--The Execu¬ tive Committee of the International TheatriiMl .As.-oi iation is scheduled to meet this vve*^ an<l set the date for the annual convention of the .'issue,;ition. inefcrablv the early

Manager John F. Royal of Keith's Palace, Cleve¬ land, Rushes First Hospital Aid to Tornado

Opposing Counsel Riddles Argu¬ ments Advanced by Fidoes*

)>.irt of .August. Iieeau.se of the ditllcultv of getting hotel reserva¬ tions, owing to the Democratic con¬ vention and other g.itherlngs. the

Victims in Stricken City--Several Tent Shows Damaged

Attorney
New York, June 30.--Application for an injunctiuti re.^^tianting Equity unit the Managers' I'roteotive Association from continuing to operate uniter their recentl.v .`iigned agreement was made t>y the Fiiloes before Justlre I'latzek of the Supreme Court of Now York Stale this morning.
.\i liie conclusion the Judge an¬ nounced that he would reserve de¬ cision. .Argument was made by Samuel It. (lidding, representing the Fidot's; Charles H. Tuttle, for tbe Managers' Froteeiive .\ssoi-i.ition; William Klein, for the Shuberts and individual defenilants, and Paul N. Turner, for K<iuiiy. Ciolding set up tbe claim that there were lliree hundred Fiiloes, alt l>ri>niiiient stars, w Im were unable to ohtaiii employment beealise of the

convention originally scheduled for the week of `June 1<; had to be in¬ definitely postjioned.
Lee M. H<>d.i. managing director of the assiteiation. is exjieoted back in the e.ty tomorrow, and upon his arrival he will issue a call for a gathering of the Executive Floaril I'mlei' the b.\-laws of the bod.v a period of 30 da v s is required as a notice to the general membership for tlie convention.
The new .\< tins' Equity agree¬ ment will be the chief topic of dis¬ cussion at the gathering. Other niatters of decided interest to the association schetiuleil to come up for airing are the tax .md copyright .situ.'ition. and the results of the re¬ cent negotiations with the mu'icians' union on the new wage '· .lie wall also be iiresented to the membi rs assembled.

.\ terrific cyclone which swept across Northern Ohio Saturday night carried death and property destruction in its path. The greatest loss of life was at Lorain, where, according to a<lvices from that city, more than fifty bixlie.s. most of them children, had been taken from the ruins of the State Theater up to Monday morning. It was at first

had lost their lives, but this was later foiinil to be untrue. Several lak`` steamers were buffeted about by tlie storm, but came thru safely. Reports Momlay afternoon phici d the total deaths at Lorain at about seventy, but not till of these were at the State The.iter.
.Andrew AA'antzer, m.inager of tlie

i< ported that several hundred persons State, says there were 308 jiaid admis¬

sions to the theater, and he believes

that between 150 ami 200 persons

FRED NIBIO IS NOW

escaiieil bofore the structure collapsed The Keith New York utflee announced
that ti'St aid to reach the stricken city

of Lorain on Saturday night was art

DIRECTIN6"BEN HUH" emergency hos|)ital. organized in I'leveland by John F. Royal, manager of Keiths Falace Theater, that city.

.V number of surgeons, un<ler the direc¬

tion of Dr. Scober. Palace Theater
Making of $2,000,000 Picture in l>hysician. were rushed to the scene of

eighty-tWellty agreenO'llt. ami he eited the iianie.s of some of the belter known mendHTs. At this .lust ice I'latrek ^toI(I>ed him and "lanl he would not be influenced by ·names, (bddlng tried to show that the action was fundamental¬ ly dilTerent from that brought by the
K'liiiltiini'il ,,n r«ir>- till

ARBITRATOR CAN'T REVERSE HIMSELF

Rome Expected To Be Complete by October
New York. June 3ii Kei>orts from Home. Italy, are to the effect that the direction and suin rv ision of "Ben llur", the gigainn- motion ideture

the disaster. The theater turned over a number of cots tliat had bien pur¬ chased for visitors to the recent Re¬ publican convention. All members of
(Cnntinnert on i'ii{<' Jill
LEE SHUBERT OFF

HEALTH ORDER

Court So Decides volving Big

in Case Music

In¬

which is being m.ide there by Metro(loldvvvn. have hi c:i turned over to Fred Nihlo. who vv*-nt abroad with .Marcus Loew, head of the Company, for

TO FOREIHN MART

IS MODIFIED

Publishers

that puri'o.-e. Loew, Niblo and a huge
party left for Europe several weeks Magnate Will Engage European

Shows Can Move in

Michigan

New York, June 30.--That an ar¬ bitrator may not reverse himself was

ago. and before they took |»assage it beciime common knowledge th.it the heads of .Metro-Dobiw n were not s;xtisfleil with the iM-ouress made ,on the

Talent and Fare for New

Theatrical Season

<

i

Under Certain Re¬

thc` gist of a decision banded down by I'icturc b.v the original ilirector. Charles

tbe .Appellate Division of the Supreme

I'.r.ibin.and June .Mathis.seenarioist.and

strictions

Court last week in the action of supervising the production in complete

New York. June 30.--Lee Shubert

Shapiro. Iteriistein A- Co. against M.

sailed Saturday on the Majestic for

authority.

AViiin.irk X- Sons, music publishers.

Europe, and will make Paris his first

The health order issued by the The action centered around the con¬

Niblo is reiK'rted to have stated that stoj) during the five weeks he expects

aiithnrities of thi`Stati>of Miclugan h.is troversy between the tWo music t*ub- he would complete the ideture by to remain abroad. After a short time

*"·11 nioditied, tlii> m-w order having lishing hon.-,-s over the score of a I ictober. In that event the film may in the French capital he will visit

g'lio' into ofToet Monday, June 30. bhorl-lived musical show. "Love Hinls". be ready for exhibition by the time princiigil theatrical centers of Europe

Mold to that I'fTei't was received from

Shapiro. Ilcrnsteiii X t'o. elainicd a the holiila.v se.ison arrives, as was the mixing vacation with business. Be¬

*|r. It M. ()iio_ Stale lli-altli fommis- contract for the exclusivi' services of original intention of the producers.

fore leaving Mr. Shubert Indicated that

Nioni r, who wired from I..ansing ns fol¬ I'allard .M.icDonal<l. who wrote the

The total I'ost of iTi.ikiiig "Bt n llur " ho would probably sign contracts with

low.-;

lyrics, while AVjini.irk laid claim to the was estimated by the producers at certain Euroi»ean actors, managers and

hollowing moditli at ions of my or- services of Sigmund Uomberg. the around $".000.0110 at the time its i>ri>- playwrights, and return to this coun-

L' ' "I Mine IS, 1,, t,,ke eflei't '.lime  carnivals or l·ir^·^^ses that furnish

Pioof ,,f

vaccination of every

coni|>osi`i. The matter was iilaecd before E. C.
Mills, executive ehairman of the Music

iluction was first iilanned. .A. L. Er1,1'iuer, owner ,»f the |>lav. is interestnl in the picture version, having turned

iry with much new material for the coming season. He will have con¬ ferences while abroad with a number

it'iiiiiiiiiii'ii on (Miup lilt

· ('··lltilllK'll oil I'UKo III)

(I'outiiiiK'il (III raid' nil

tCoDtinued on page 111)

LkI Week's Issue of The Billboard Contained 1,110 Classified Ads,Totaling 6,174 Liies, and 854 Display Ads, Totaling 31,610 Lines; 1,964 Ads, Occupying 37,784 Lines In AN
The Edition of This Issue of The Billboard Is 78,330 Copies

JULY 5, 1924

EQUITY WINS AGAIN

JERSEY MAYOR PRAISES SUNDAY PICTURE SHOWS

Managers' Appeal Decided Against Them by

I's'k. \ J . .1.1'

Unanimous Decision of Court

i-i Employment Thruout Nation

Nl'W YOltK. Jiin** 2''.--r.v a uiianiii Ilf llu* Sui<r»`nu' ('nuit yos!oril;>iiiis.'^inir tho t*'iniuir:iry injunction i to th*` I'roiliii'inir M.ina^ci-.-j' Associate') KCT.s' I'rotict VC Association ftotn car ujilicM

*

Was l^low 1 hat of Same

Month in 1923

This means th:it the I'. M. A. I'.tts exhausted its Ic.aal r'lncihos for I'ScvcniniK the continuance <.>£ peace in the theater. Tt e.ui only ai'i'e.il from

DENY THEATER ADDING RUMOR

STAGE STARS CHEERED WOUNDED WAR VETERANS

the decision of the Appclhile l.»ivi--i<>n o,

by ^ettintj permission from that court r:

to carry the oi.se to the Court of Ap- U. peals, and this is seMom granted when >" a dei'ision is :i un;ininious one. jis in this instance, l-'.ven if the permission

.. If f >·. r<1aT I War

M ot . if til

were piven, the Couit of .-Xi'peals

would not be :ible to hear the ease

for nearly two years.

The appeal from .lu.stice McCook's decision was arpued on June 13. The P. M. A. wa.s represented by S.imut 1

GIFFORD PLAYERS TO OPEN THE HIPPODROME. PEORIA

BLONDY RUSSELL. NOTICE

R. (loMinp ;ind Frank C. Lauphlin. Paul N. Turner app'-ar*'! for Kquity and Charles II. Tuttle for the M. P. A The ease was heard before .lustices Dowlinp, Smith. McAvoy and Marlin, with Justice Clarke presiding a.s Chief Justice.

 Chi'a;o. June "T.--The < fiord I'

wheh had a «; iendid sa.-e." tis pa-t *

vill ot'«'3 the Hi; :· ·.lr..nie. P.-'r a.

A .ir-i't 30 for a peraian-nt -toei r ;a,

J. ;

Tiow '.ia'ini in "lia'y S;r.-«f.

Woods Theater, w.il ; risliioe.

.\Iip«riT.tI}' the only I-opp the "iJii-lairib'' have

left to comiiel the hr« aihins of t!.'' .apr · ni" nt

between Eijuily and the M. P.

U the petition

for an injnni-tion w!,;. h l,a< bin ma.t- I'v th--

Kidoes. Tills ea-e will ti.- hi anl bd .re .tiistii-e

I'lutzek in llii- Supn me

.rt is M M a la.'

It i- believed that nian.v of t'.e ·'diiha'd' " ar-

waitiiic for his de.-is .,n h.-fi.re ti.i y br. ak froni

the ranks and et'iu- to ml vMu.d a ..a.:,!.

with I'liuify. In ti.e opini'n of most ot

it will be snrpri'ini: if lie eran's t e in.'na' tion

ill fave of the d- 'd-ion of tie-

iHCiat- P v «; n

This s.ame ca'O came before .Tii-'.'e fa'i k f""

a hearinir before t'.iis de. `»;on wa» kn wn an I

the jtidce remark, d at ti af tirn. tliat ; e w..'i'i

wait until the hipher court had r-r.d' red ;t>

decis'on before he r.-nder.-d tS · wn

On this point I'rank OJitr.ore y -r. rday » li.i "It is bdieveil ti at tl. ' f ir* t d fo.* >' the `die-hard' m.an'i.rs »h..'i!d !» a f..-...a.*

of the d'spesitii.n of the s m. ar a. · n . f ·'

.\etors' K b 'i'y I., ac i-. W-.i. li

to te- a'Z'J-!

b« fore .Tiist'oe I'la'z.k on Monday

^".Mtlio this hi't-nam. d a't .a i- pern r.s' y

tirniic'.it h.v an .t't"rs' .t-'.M'ation it is -p reality annth. r mov.- I>y t . l''.»!ii' ~: M i j-

pers' .\'-i'. iation. Il-nry M ii-r and

M. f'ohan. re-p-et v. l.v fd. t' >. .1. n* a-I vice pressleiit. ar.- also m.-mtH-r.- "f t'o Itnund Ilohin !rrou|i of th*- I''-.>d'ie:ni Marap.-:-' elation, who. »..m>. f:ia- ac pl--i.-. d ·.`i.n--Iv. s

M .rreli-e. the ftmout vlown. tad ether ..rat a t« ta'setty ar.l»-*a children and p: eaapi la a real, otd-t.ma ona-f.tp siraa ;a it« WoiiJ, New Y rk. Pradneed ly W. F. Lata n.

to art as a Woe in oi'in.^it: n t" Ka'illy."
ONLY TWO LAWSUITS

KAY CARLIN PRESENTED WITH BABY ELEPHANT STATUE

MAY IRWIN IN COMIC OPERA

r t.aaks ,t ·· t · ·· a. J It
GRIFFITH GOING ABROAD TO MAKE PICTURE
LYRIC UNDER NEW MANAGE WENT
CRAIGS OPEN AIR theater

IN FILM INDUSTRY

Arbitration Saves Industry $1 500,000 Yearly, Says Hays-- 5,000 Cases Settled

KALICM HAS NEW PLAY

New York. .Jum- h's. --In ...

of w .i*

has ben ibine ;n t .· film mdn-'r.v ti.e pra.t.ee ipf .-. Itlirp d - *. -
tlon. tile .Vrhitr'it ..n S.' ·'y <.f .tin

adv.ir.." irl. ·-a
r.i t. .

deri d-a dime r at llie I; iinor.- II ···; t - \v.l.

at whieh Will 11. Ha'-. 1,. .d ·{ t . \l

,;i

I'..t.ire I'r'sl'iv.-rs and tl ~*'.l.';f(i's ..f Vm. '.a

was llie

of Imn' t .1 .'I.-' \I. <. .-;ea-i

Is the president of ti.e .Vrh.tra'ion

.·y.

Tlie j'l lit arliitrati'.n i^ianl- . f '

·

n

d'isfrv ill the t'.rt'-on*' k`y eit;... hav. -.'Mod

.".O'l't ea--s in t <· I'-riiel of jii-* a >ear they l.ave l.een in «.· '.It '.n

·· -r i I'., '.des

tills, a- a res lit ..f t ... e..ti;;iul...rv ar>''r)lhiii

of di'piites b twi-en exh.ti ter- and d -tril.iitm-.

aecordiiip to Cl.arle, f. I'e't J . .n many tiioiisands of disputes Iiave !. en silfl'd wiMioU r--

eonr'e to the film board".

I'eftijohn abo dei an d ti.at tin re an- timv only two suits in fie emirts of the eoiintry

b-tween exhihlfor.s and distributors, a r mark¬

able reeord.

W'ii It.T.v> recently amioiineed flat tiie nrhl-

traf'in biards are savin? the industry a mat-

t r of .innind $l.iVffsS) a yi ar.

TOMMY SPECK IN NEED

T' M I` r

;i!t*l

ni'in* y. II* w ,!l .4p;' <·. ;.jti

at hi- a-idn '>*, *?>

J.utiif

Ark.

POLINI MADE RECORD JUMP

SHAME WOMAN" ON TOUR

g mm

NEW FIRM TO DO "MARGE

th:tt pUv Ml-* Is. i.j ri S'?' · v

·

i . rj,; ar t 4 f m

·> W · «e ; (

)

l* f^sn

Cl .<
*·'4' wn-

in H ri«II« Wi'*-'* ar.d fl.(!n t f* < I 4.- >r «t r-< r *

afiif*! *r

I« ·ml

 f

.«· « .*
* b

f'-r
..m

to

*· liul;i I*«! w'lh

IJ;i · Tfi'-N'l t*;«t uSp · Marg ' |,» r

\

1h to I'lJi.tr oiilj u · h. ».*' th ·

».··· :· now

nc

·^4 tfr (<Uy will

TWO BEACHES CLOSED

|m*

liT tuM'*»»*«

NEW MANAGER CHOSEN

« lio'bi-IIe N V .pii.e 'JS 11 .d. It. Park

a.'.d I.iii I iand I., a. - r. · r a'e.nal im.-.t. ,ti

N. V

on t - s.. n.) w r.

i| .,

I i ii, .

-*. tin

1. . .* It « ,· .no n  d l i d \l *. .o....n ...» .. . . · ' »

· k by III. Ib-al'b In 1 ..ir* nr'll aft. r b.i.'· r.o|... i. >.i, e  !.i l teiMo'..] It.at It... w.i'i-r ·'.a until »' 'll f.

b t P. til»»(».rl. fonn

I i. K aldmann will

I.' .1 i-.' of liou .b.ais an-l.'.r. 1 .n (be .s.,iiud

r.u.a ii I*, re «· 'r. a>uri|.

ARTISTS FROM -NANETTE* WEHL GUESTS OF AD WEN

EASY STREET" NEARING ONE HUNDREDTH SHOWING

li .

lt.»

^'ll·'·l»ll·l aa

Luuaa.

I.i j-atr. ass* i" ··· r4f«`,i<i| lu It*

Moral of
New York Which

a Play Does Not Warrant "Indecent" Scenes
Appellate Court Sustains Decision Imposed Fines for Presentation of "God of Vengeance"

EDITH DAY DISTRIBUTES BATHING SUITS TO CHORUS
- n W J I'kev I.a`ke
r`t f ---I · <1 t I m

BRANDON'S MISTAKE

- .

·

·

Actor. ·'W. »l

la m ·-

tak-B to

!· in -..-I... e

fr m a me-i -

belli out for

HAYES AWARDED MEDAL

I'li.lMtli-lii.. 1, .1 .ni- I'"--11.»- ^ji.iiKaru iu>'ilul

t<> an .\iii*-ii<an >i<frn of

\'ri<»n (j. . i,t f.,r ili*-

' yhii-vnuoiit

·"IK-

of )iiinian ondi-SK-r, Ini' b«on

jt-ar ·-> Kolaii-I Uaj-'. w-di-lT

ii--«n <-on'- ri r ni.'-r. wiio I* now on a ··oii' i-rt

'

of

T;.<- r-JirfM-Ltativi- of Mr.

II in. wll ri ' · VP »t:<- iiiiilal for Lini at thp

iM t.ng Tii-.ilaj ijlitlii of il.e Nai.-nal .\..ociaI on for III*- .\i|vaii'I'lni lit "f (' I"r<"!

Tlip I'iiiiiii 11-<· iiiakini; t'..- awuril c-oiiM.te-l

of r"*ti'i|i

Il'ir.l. I l.iiiniiiiii; D- r-itlv Caii-

f p!d K «'o r a'l'liof; Tlo -Hlor-' Itipi-ovolt. as .'ant ---vr-tarv of i'm. iiuvr, Jamo' U Dil-

af'l ·! rn tor of J--au-·· ami .'liiior fund.; John

Iloja-. ; 11.1 loot of til" .M rol.oij'*-' t'o'^So, aa<l

W K !· Ii .U-. .. od.l'.r of Tbp rri- . Pr.

J". ah II t'l nninian, prosidont of the Tn!-

Tprlfjr of I'ronv'Ivanla, ni'I make the preaeota* in to Ilavoa' ropreaentative.

CATCHES BIG BASS

Erown. star of George Wintz'a mU'ical f®®'*!**'- '·nus" a;.d 'live", just retiim-d

^tom a t»i- vv**ek fi-hing tr.;- into Michigan.

^

bob->r of cati h.ng tl,*- largest

·mill nio.ith ba.s ea .ght »o far Ihi- s- a»<>n in

Lake .>«t Cla r fia-s--f iur-and a-half pound

Isjoty. In the fi-L ng pirt.v were; ('lem T.

S< a-f-r. ma:..sger of "Slvuffle .Vlong"; Mr.

and Mrs. Ja.v Glblsjas, own-r« of ti.e Hotel .

** * b*»ni, T>aMon, O.. ind

W Intx. well-

1" all more than -K-O fish

V'te caught on this trip.

N'ta Itr-wn is at pr-s-nt visiting relatives

In Iia.i'< n and Cin- innaii and next week leaves

for X-w Y rk to p r base costumes for her

t omizg pla.T, "The Mod-Is of

Producers of Middle West Al¬
ready Engaging Companies,
and One-Nighters Are
Coming Back
St. Louis, Mo., June -d.--That one-night stands are coming back strong in the MiddleWest is Tery obvious. f'cveral circuits are forming an-I producers who have b*'en waiting an opx-ortur.e time are already framing comj.anles.
.\Ibert llwight and hi* associates are now r-hrarsing one company, with others to follow. Two pi-riiian-nt stocks, a rep- rtoire company, b' s.des a pr-iduction of Ilenry A. Mason's new comedy m- Iirtlrama, ` tVu'te-l fiouls". are now be i.g filled. "Wasted Sviul'" will be of a spe- tacular nature, written around the drug traffic--depicting the dangers and horror that foil' w Its u-e. how it is l.andl- d and the mak¬ ing of new addl- ts Tor this reason Mr. Dwight Is having no trouble in interesting federal. State and mttnic pal authorities, welfare or¬ ganizations and fraternal brotherhooils, as well as the various anti-narcotic si~-ietles. which will go t wartls the new show playing to ca¬ pacity business. A full soenic produ.-tion, as well as band, orchestra and novelty paradepara nhernal; a will be carr ed. Ti.e advertising, too, is of a different nature than tbe nsual run in road attractions.

PAUL BIESE AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Sarah Mae Hutchins (Mrs. .Mbert Dwight! w. 1 not t.-ike out her company this season, but wil remain with her husband, assisting him in the format on of the earlier companies, an-I playing tie ba-l in "Eyes of Wisdom", anr.'her Ma«-'n play, which will go on tour about o. tober.

la addit.cn to his sb-iws. Mr. Dw:ght is as- -ting J. K. Gregg, of the Odeon here, in the t- rmation of a circuit playing the best of
dependent attractions.

PAUL BIESE ORCHESTRA GOES WITH ERNIE YOUNG

New Alignment Is Something of a Sensation in Concert World

K A p cAiroLO may again ENTER PRODUCTION

TV. Mg.B i.iiMk.

ba. Wea mak^ a tpi.aJiJ rtycttticn. ka. joined the Ernie Young

IrvM for--** aad tt doaUaod to Wc.-mo moro widely popular than ever.

BISHOPS ATTITUDE IS UNCOMPROMISING

`THE MIRACLE'
To Resume Playing at Century Thea ter, New York

York. Jane '*.*--R* fere sa ling f.^r  -.;,o Tr.trrday. Morr« i--«t anr -.-nevd t .at I ·-# M ra.lc »i..'d resin;.- p'aj rg at -he
a! I'T Tbeat.r on .\ g »t 1' He ad-l-d
vt L> f t St "ti* w.-pe n w -VO f-s-t ti- pr-uluv-e rte M ·*-   in ricvrlin.l. and f It gs
-11 t'-e p i.-e or 11 plav here nnfil time to -· * ·> it f-r t e ( 'ev-Iand rngiigi ment
ii..*:me in S-ptrinhcT.

I*, lands INCACEMCNT

REVIVAL FOR ACTORS' FUND

*'«v FOR BOX orncr boys

*400 000

theater

LOAN
> «n t o'en. ,f «i sii>s> on at ?11 Wrat I'.t r->rtT flr»t r t'-'rperat oD

MUSIC CRITIC'S WIFE INJURED

Xi-w Y'orW Jur-

-Mr'. Frank tVarren.

,,

,,f Frank \Varr.-r. mu'ic critic ef The

u Y.-rk Fven-ng W.-rld. t* suffi-r.ng fr-'m

,

-.s.cn of ttr bra-n. caiis«',1 l».v a cvvt!isio-i

of I light m-'tor tnicV she was dr vlng at

t'.inan-la gna. X. ^ with a t-Htrlng car ilrivcn

b) Fire Chief Jaynea. of B-vheater

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Tlie Billboard

JULY 5, 1924

STATE ORGANIZATION

Theaters First To SLANDER ALLEGED
In Suit Filed in Rockland. Mass., by

M.xxwell Driscoll and Wife

FOR OREGON EXHIBITORS It. -tell, .time

--''111 111- beeu .at.ntej lu

till klaad. MS'i.. tiv Maxwell HrUeoll. well-

Dim Lights in L. A,

Oregon Motion Picture League Expected pand to State-Wide Proportions

To

Ex¬

kiionii li i:;t:ni.iti' .anil -to. W aeter. and liU wife. M.ir ' I Pri utl. .  le, led with Mio exisi-

iillve offie. a ef 1 . 'I 1

I! i' Niw I'ngland

I'.ealrie.tl operator, a.aai-t t'harle-- P. Smith.

n-..in-iiter .-f t o Mae IMward- Pl.ijir-, at the

Max flow , r Croxe Tliealer, P.r.xaiilvllli-, Ma-»..

auJ P. t'. I, tttefii 11. manager of tho M.iy-

Limited Water Power Causr.s Order To Cut Electricity 25 Per Cent

PORTLAND, ORB., June 23,--Stabilization ot' ilio luoUun inciiuo linaur

business in the State anJ a eloselv eo-orihn.itt'. organization of the ex¬

hibitors was the purpose of a meeting lul.l here Siiunlay atul siionsoi.,1

by the Oregon Motion I'icturo League, which heietoforc has been ci'inpris.-.l

principally of Portland theater operators

It was the first meeting In two years

Man/ Houses Represented

that has gathered together the theaiir owners from practically every large city in the State, and sentiments ex¬ pressed by the various theater owners present indicated that a firm State or¬ ganization would be the outgrowth.

.ViiioHs t'.o 1

who

rls' unit¬

ing Wire:

A. >! fifir of I'...- U.vo^. J .1.

ParLor aU'l I'Mtik I.ai--'y of

Majist-o. J. <1.

I'.t'ikui.iu of t'.o rf'iGo'«,

Noble of t:..»

Liberty, C. K. I'harii s of the Co.i.uU'.j.

W. A. I'.iiiaie of t' e Ileil g. W. W. I'y of

till- 11 i-iKHlro.iie. J Jol.usou of the I'antaa- «. <1.

Altho the Oregon Motion Picture T. W'hhI iw an J Kn 4 Xormai-.il -f t'.o I'in le.

League has been existent over a period .s, S lii.baik i f the K- \. H. Marad- a of t'..-

of years, it has been considered as a Portland organization, and has busied itself with problems confronting tlio local theaters nither than those which affected the operation of theaters thruout the State. Asa lesult of the meet¬ ing the organization will now be con¬

Nob III I. lii. i Waito of the P-tb Whit- . I t.el-

li-r Ilf the Waluiit Park. I.. I'. T- '> tts of the

II ifhuay. S. Parker of the .t'.'.aml-ra. Kil Kauta

of the Ik 1.0. s.

of th t:.iy. J. Me-

« reii.e of t - M.etn-mall, M. tlia inr f the

t ...on .\veuue, J. Aiiam- i-f ta. sttant-liJe,

Sara I'elli-y of the Jeffer-inii, J. A. It. of the tlrant, Ileu-eu and Sauil'ila-t  f the it.alto, S.

sidered of State-wide significance to P.oihe of the Sel'wood. 1. L- -- r Cohn of t e

the motion picture theater operators, and wilt undertake to meet all problems of vital inipnrtanee to the industry as

ruirii- do. S.iiu Sax of the N'. tv tlracd ar.d Sam Pie-iiuiau of tie Ni V.. a'.l of P'r; ai.il
Among t:-.e largor out-of-towa ixh bt r-i pri a¬

a whole.

lloxver Croxo Hot, I. ^er allege.I -laud, r aoii

d.fanaf. u ef eliaraeler, grmxliic out of a

\ - t t.T M:<. n'.- '-lI w;lh !e r Ini'tiand ill the

M;'r'.iw.r Crexe Hotel la-t Sttinlay.

.\.ti»ril:ng to ^lr-. P-.- oil, -he xxiiil xloxvii

to Pr.xantX !M,. to - . :i I ttie we.'k-enil XX nil to r

h'-'-.i; ·!, wt»x XX.i< a in. n-' .r of the M.io

PJxx.trJs ri.i.xet-, at t

Mayfloxver Itrove

Ttii-at'r. The h 't.-l m.i:.ageiui ilt et.Ji . le.l to

t!" ivu le ixi-eiti'x irg |i»- -.mie r.n-m on th -

Kroila.N tliat thex xxeto u.t man atnl xvifo

.'.il r-'fii-i.l t.i .1. r 111. r ..ff. r to -iilniill

I r-ix'f ef their uiarria-o. Charle- T. -Smith,

m.iriag. r of it*. >lo. U emin anx. It:-n 1' ».i!il

to ' avo erltlei'--I Prl-.oll In r. i::iril to hla

n-or.il-..eliargeil him xxitii l~.ii.g a d -iiKaiii'i-r

ts ea <0 l.-i a- 'J l.i -oo f .· P piity i|. p-tiy ami

finally d - .arg .1 him xvithx.ut ti.o ixvo-

xx.-eVs* salary r'.i':>. 4 by tbo K-niltv eomraet

1:-M by Pr.s.-ixll. Ti - latter aet.. :t 1m« b«i-n

t.iki n np w th t * ,t · .r-' P [ ilt.v .V-<ix.-ial:oii

ai.it Driseol! has txe. n o t fi-. .1 that hU lntore«ta

XXill lie Ilk. n i.xre of.

Meanwhile tho I>-i<i'olls : are attaeh d the

Max floxx-er Cir.-x e t'...-ater and hot. !,

Maxw.ll Pri-eoll is w II known i.n P.roajxv.ix-

a:.d lie :oUt the Country. His last l.g.tliuate

ai , i-araai 1 s xx. re xx th .-- Ptady in ' Porever

Isj* Angete*. Ji ne

--(Iwnei* of lh. .at.r-.

xx.-re flr*t to cuiiply xx tli Hie program null n.-I

by th* 1*'* \nge1e* riiauiti. r of t'vminri.e. u-

il.-r auHiorlty --f the Kallr.'ad ('ouimls-h.iiFoxxt-r Supi rxlMir, i.i r. .Iu.-e th.> u-e of VI.- 

liy n. t t.-'* than Ci* p.-r i-enf to m.-.-f xxhai

I. rm. .1 "a gravety m-rlou* altnaflon*' f.i

S..ufh.-rn an.l rentr.il California due t i r«infa i

isind rlon* nut iH-rmitliug tho t*.iiilheia l'il;f..r

Ilia Ellison iViiii-any enough power to lariy

ii.usum.-r*. .It the j.ivseut rate of u**, tii.td

r.iln i-x.nie* n.-xt -ea-ou.

titber I'umuiunitie* N tidet IxM Vug.!- > al

r.-.tdy baxe -tart..I simiiaj- roua.-rxatl.-n j

g am-, ttllii ;*Is of Ck-ndale la-t night *#-ut · ii;

"minute uo-n'' to xxjrti euiisnmei-* of the em- r-

g.-n, y. SiK-aki-r- app. ar-.l in theater*, lol.l xxh.

the light* In front xxere dim an.l a-k.il niern-

I - r< of the au.Ueuie i.i J.. u In #-ui-erxall.ui

Ttie l.v al ir.h-r in-rta ulug to cuuiuier.-.jl u-. -

Ilf e!e, trie p .xx.-r, in. lujing theale:*. park*, r.

taurant-, hotel*, «tore«, otQ.. *, farturle*, aerv-

Ic* ktatlxma, et.'., read* a* follow-:

"Vou are rei|-;!r.-d to J;- untlnu.' entirely, mi-

t l further notice, all lo-al sign an I di-plax

I ghtii.g, alt fixU'd lighting. <xnr-half .f light* .

*hoxv window*, redu.e the use of Interior I'gh*-

Ing a* mu. h a* po--ihle, at l.-a-t by 23 i«T tri i

(remove one-iuarter of your lamp* or l.-**<n 'h..-

This xxas f'.ie fir-t time that tin- muTem- nt liaa been imdi-rt.-ikeu fcoriounly in «»re,;oii. The preseut .Miition I'i.-iiire League of tiregun. of

MERRILL'S ORCHESTRA

numtier of hour-' n*e l.y onenjiiarter).** Street lighting will tie redu.ed a* much a* it
coo*.stent with public safety.

xxUieh C. S. Jeii-eu of Portland is pri-sident.

The rarttllment or.ler ixsioest* that e«ii«nm.-ra

will form the fiiiiiidati<in of tho organization,

"Invite the oil war-time aplrlt of cheerful, ob«-

altho it will uiixv Ih- extended to im-Iude the

d .'Qt cp-i'peratiun'*.

operators of all the larger theater* thrn.iut t'le

.Vnotber |>ara:rapb read*:

State.

"The jicople of Ia>* -Angelca will be m.-t

-A* the firiit imitortant step taken by the or¬ ganization a e.sle of ethics, which xxill leadhend to <-Io»e!y by all the exhibitors, was adopted. Ten iirinciplea Wi-re in this code as the spirit of the league. The-e follow;
First--To build forever upon ttie firm found:ifion of Imuor and integrity, even wh<n a dif¬ ferent c-our-e might off.-r gr.-ater monetary profit.
Streoud--To rec-ognize my duty a- a mold, r of public opinion, and an edu.-ator of minds, by re¬

.iiutfly aff.cteJ If mUfortune la visited u;s»b >'iuib>'rn C.xlifornia ranvUera and piy-ruU proilUi-icg Indn-trira In ihta city.'*
Los .Ang.'ie* County l-Nirm Oureao repr.s. ot*nv.« ytst.-rd.iy arranged a aerlea of meei.i.g in the pr.niii.al agricultural district* fur t;,* i`ur(K>-e of ai'tNitntinf conseivatioa exHumittre*. Tti.y w.ll a>-.*t in the allocatiuD of power f-r agriioliural u-o and act as mediator* between liner* and dl-trlbutoi*. The romoua dl-trl.' xxa* the fir-t to organize.

fusing to show upon my si-reen any pii-tnretliat might have an unpatriotic, unwholesome or immoral effect uisin the life or mind of any audience

R.-'.-b a;* of Eagle Roxk yi-tetday recelxel uoti.e fr.im the Southern California Edison C»ui. I'any tint, (ffiitive Ixalay, a aiz-hour shilt.iff of jMiw.-r daily wouM lie made. The hours di.r-

Tliird--To give full co-operation with city.

iog w'hl.'h no power will tie eupjilied are -1 to

State and national governments and to all

ti a.m., 10 to 12 a.m. and 2 to 4 p-m.

movements that will tend to raise the standard

of morality and society and tlie ideals of the human race.

GRAND PLAYERS CLOSE

Fourtli--To -o conduct my husine-s as to r.Ilect honor upon my Industry, to the end that

SEASON IN CINCINNATI

the motion picture theater may take its rightful

place as a real and rained as-et to the com¬

munity in wliich I reside. Fifth--To hnuestly advertise all attractions

Stuart Walker Co. Now in Un-

with no effort to overrdiraae or misrepresent them for the sake of monetary gain.
Sixth--To deal fair'y and honorably w.th m» fellow man. xvhether he be one whom I am serving or one -erring me.

This neat-appearing and fast-working septet of dance rhythmiiti is again serving the musical menu xvith complete satisfaction to patrons of the Homer Smith, popular dance and ezctiraion iteamer of Pittahurg, Pa. During tho past winter the boy* provided concert and dance programs at the St. Charles Hotel. Hew Orleans, La.

`)disputed Possession of Sum* mer Stock in Queen City

Seventh--To u-e tlie full power of my scr.-i-n to further the cause of education and helpful st-ience to all religions, in order that the World may be a lietfir nlace in whieh to live be¬ cause of my xvork
Eigl.tli--To be loyal to my patrons, honorable with niy competitor and ju"t to my employee*.
Ninth--To a»k onl.y such firofit as !s Ju«t
and not alLiln.-d at the sacrifice of truth, honor or manhood.
Teiiiii--To d.-lixer to all with w!,om I deal
I the h g!ie-t iiuulity of -i-rvice. n-ni- mhi-ring at all times that any dishonest or dishonorable act of mine will r.-flei-t iii>on everyone engaged in the great industry of wlhch I am but a -mall part. \ vote of confidi-u -p and appreciation of th  efforts of C. E. .Ten-*-o, president of tin- leagu-. XX as taken in t-onsidyration of his is-r-onal ef¬ forts In behalf of tlie industry during ti.e pa.sf year of his term of oftic-e. Tn addit ion it xva : deeded that a Iienefit performance for the league be provided in each of sov. rat large fir-t run fi'-ater- rinriiig tlie next few months to pro¬ vide a siib-t.-intial fund from \vhi<-h f!.e organi¬ zation might direet If- activities In tl.e future. The organizat on also xvill di xofe a large -han¬ 't its att.-nfion to charlfr and civic divelopmi-nt, aiordlng to sentiment ..I .at tlie me-t ng. Ti.e lienefit performanc.- w-|Il bo s'o.-ip -d fog..ti er in 1`orlland and afli-r t'e first slioxving here wilt go out over a i- rciiif of lli.. S' it. theal.-rs tl.iiN xvlll liiel ide fie I. l.ertx'I .e.il.r II A-lorla. Rialto in n.e.d R ver Empre-- in T'e Dalle-, Taiiitot In Rend. I'endli ton in I'eii-ll. ton, .\n-ade in La Hrande. fi'pheiim in Raker. Oregon in Salem, Whlte-ide in forvalll*. tilobe in .Mhany, Rex in Eugene, Rialto in .Medford. Vinlng in Ashland.

t ilt xxer.-: W. A. Long of Or. g .n City. A. K-.l-'ad of Hood River. T O N. ;'! of M> XI nn X. le. K. L. Itlirke i.f Raker. Th n Meyer* of L.I tirando and scver.-tl other'.

MAGICIANS' ACTIVITIES IN AUSTRALIA

Sydni-y, Au.stralla, June 7--Chaa. E. .<logget, niagit-ian, ia paying hi* company aronu.l th-*

Ntwia-fle dl'trict*. factory.

Businesg Is very aatla-

Tlie Great Dr.iculla of tie Ad.laide M.g ans'

bor-lety was in fiie .South .Australian capital

i. ...-ntly to le'.rgsnize

-.ipiK.rting csimpany

f'-r a tour of the coa-tal toxvns.

Lin r.-attle, past pr- :<!ent of f..- ,\.b::i:.|..

ii. :ig'i-!;in*. was t!.e recip! nt of an appropriate Iir.-entation from t'.e m. lol.er- of f-.af

recently on the eve <f bis entering th'- rn itrimonial st.ite.

· as Malioiri<-fs sl.ow, noxv Jour ng \V. st Aiia-

tralla. i.as le-.-n j'. i.eil br S.*I Hale-, pr.jmlD*-nt

amateur m.igltian who is al-o a p'ea-ing vo¬ calist.

I|.-ratio, at one fmi a---i.t.f to f.- j.soin;.

lent .Aiietraltan magician.

bii-v prep.irio-g

magic.-il apparatus In h!- I.tf<- d"-n in IMtt ' ·· f. .xtydne-r. the rend, zxon- of magical

11-: iranf". Iionald Stuart, the Lou-g st«..ik- of Mv-'erv.
xva- r-cenfly aiiowing at f < Tlv<.'l T'.< ater. S;, dll. y. prcsintiig a fine i rneil magira! a't.

ami lias noxx- s.iii-d for N'-xv Z.-.iland to plnv ttie plcf'ire fieater*.

N. XV Z- atai.d amtitenr magic .ms !.ar<- a mau-

ii-cripf enfifleil "Te Tohunga". a re,-. ,,t

of

xx'.lch te.ast.d a prlr.t.-i) cover devo'ed f,, rart..*.

Xfi-r" an-I ``Drift rg". and for tie pa«f *-afon he wa« a member of the Empire Theater T'iayers, Sal. m. Ma-- Mrs Dr,- .,1I als.i Is XX. II known In N-w England th* atriral circle* thru hi-r as'o. latlon ta apcretary and aaaUtant to E. M. T*>ew.
CENSOR OVERRULED
Memphia, Tenn , June 27.--Mempliia' *'onetnin cen«'/r ts.ar.r', a* heal theater manag. rs have call. il it. xa-aa kt. pp.-U on tiehiy wh.-n I'.diio Judge f liffofil D.ixis dlsiiii--.-.! warrant* -worn out l.y tie- le.jr.l agalnat Walt.-r White, tlm-r maoag.-r of i'aii'agea 'llie,it.,r, an.l .Max Hoffman, .Ir., nian.ig.-r of .\n.lre Hle-rrl IteTue, n gri a't, xahosi- if.stiim,.. lii,. le.ard tiiuiiilaln. <1 xx.-re "liiinii.al to tlie iiioral welfare of ti.e I ily "
The Judge di-mi--#.I .. after I'lill M. f -tiale, atforri.-jr for .Ah z.imh-r l*:ifitag«-a' in* t. r.-Kia in .M. inidils, kwll. li.-d Id* line of i|,.. fense ill a twinkling aiel mox.-.l f.ir dl*iiil--iil on H,#. gr.-iin.l H.af Mr. In .m. < hnlriii.iii of lleI'O.ird. Ii.kI l--ie-l .m or.|. r m.I* tjr on hi* oxx ii initl.ilixe f.ir til#- girl-: in Hie a-f **l#» ...x.-r tiif f tooi,.. Il*" wl,i-n til. .V xaore the (-oHtiime* II-. 'I ill tl,. ir flr-t song n .iiil.. r. TI.#. i-ontcnllon of I'.iiitiig.-· . oi.iis. I xxa* lli»f lliere waa no fon-i-rt.-.l f.r r-giiiar ii. tion of ltii. Iio.ir.l In ·'>i..l# iiiriiiig II,.. .i.«lmni-s, niid thi* cori'enlloti .1 dge D.i x i- i.plu-hl.
f .- M.ig.' tan. f art. r, t.y the way, I* now four ng ft... ft..mtnlon with til* elnliorate lllnalon kll.lW,

Ihtf *irAuil I'liyiTi. n etiKk i'oiiipao? uoiJ<'r

th^ inaoac*-uieot of ijroi^a IL Waltt*r« »Ui\ Ham

'ia>lora float <1 tto'lr sciiiuitr ruu at Uie Uialto

Tticatvr. fotinictoii, Kjr.. an a<]Ja<t'Ut t»at>urti.

Li-t Saturday uU'lit, aft»r pr»'*`*`iiUng arvni

H<*rk« of Mt<H k at 111** firand Thratrr, ^tnein

liatl, BUd oD«* ul tia' UniliKton hoUM*.

Tli»* rloaing of th«* (iraiid IMa>*ra Iravoa lit*

Stiiarf \Vu]k**r rntiiparQ In iiiidl«piif*-d routrol

t'f tho aiirtiriH r attM k

In (*in4*iiiualta «lii'·

flm M Iton AlMtrn

rofin*djr Co., |d't>liitf

nt 11. T\ K*-ltirn Tl*f.it»*r, i'Imm d a*\«>ral

Tl»^ at»rijpt onding of Ih** roinpanyV

dd not ronif* na n ftiir|»rlf«r »lnM* Ihi* manat:'r

ann'MiiK-i <1 romitly ttiat Ihoy ^ad

th*

(ii-foiiiary Ivto W'ok «l<t«lng tiotL*' riHiuiiiJ I

TIh' r<'n*>oii gh« ii v^aa that ttodr I* n '

on tla* flrand

rn II'Mim* hud o^plf* d nn *

lliiit Iho rHitif'P had h"* n ni«'d In Iti**

ti'

that It maa fiHind Iiiipo«Hlh|<* to r«*n<'W It.

A at r Wiiw rr**i|t<t| la t u**-k \vh*n th«*

I'Hny i»r*»din*f| "Tho

Virgin' \n

Inal'Hi

afti r ttn* MaM»r of riiM-Inniitl hiid flir* al« n* *1

t<i < an*ol tho ITriiiid n{M tn IlMiifi* llr*n'*o In t)i

ovoiii thiit tlK* I'lwy waa |tnt «»n tlnro.

Ttii* draniatlr irlth' of nno of lh«» Iradiii-'

t' fif tnnHtl dill oa ot |«r**« tra |!i»* o|ilnloti tha'

till* tirind I'lator*** a*-a«<nii proAod nn«Ufr«'aaful

Im-( fill***, f'fintrar.v to nin'iHhifrlal ot'lnton, a nia

Jorltf t*f I to n f

f * p · fi r n holi ·OHIO phi'

to Iho-o It.at aio Ini*ntIimuiIIjt vulgar.

fn Ito nlrl'al rlrt lna.

tin* rnllnr<* of

ttio rottipant'a ai-naoii waa takon to HHtUi ttn'

ttii* rlfjr loiild not aiip|M'rt iiioro than oin* aiini

tf'fintIriuod on pngo IIOi

iV ::^ A
JULY 5. 1924

Xlie Billl^oard

NEW ADMISSION TAX RULING IN EFFECT

Tax Is Off Tickets Costing

BON-VOYAGE DINNER

FILM SUPPLY COMPANY HAS $35,000

FIRE

Boston Stock Company

Fifty Cents and Under

Theatrical Folk Among Friend# Who
Pay 8urpri#e Tribute to Edward E. Pidgeon

.`-ewark, N J , June 30--Piisht piTson* were b irn d wlien fiam* » (r.im an .'ip.uBiuu in tbe I lio Su!'ply I ..mpuoy roared ncr..** the street.

Winding Up Its Season

ADMISSIONS OVER

New York, J ne ;i>i -- i.dsaid i; PnJaeon, drauiatlc rrillc of The J*. .roal of tomiuer.e and

50e NOT AFFECTED J'lomiiu-ot lle-atr.. *1 pr. ·· aic-ot. waa tender, a 4 tMjo-voyaye dmri. r hy lut.mate friend* an.l ae*.* late* at t .. Urei n Ife m M .h la-t nlyht

'I ,.- illuner i..iue aa a *ur:r.<«- to I'lds.uo. who

Internal Revenue Department Issues Instruction* to Collec¬ tors Thruout Country

leave* Tlii.r-.tay on the I,.auij tna for Ijuu^jd, wh* le he will ali.nd the lot-rnat.un.il Coiiv. ti¬ ll..n of A>-.«lai.d AdvertU.ni; fh.l.- of »h  World at W eiu' ley. 1.. .ilnuu.k' Jul.v II. a* a dviexate of I e .A.Iv. rt amj.' i lull of ,\. w York,

lb-tail* of arraLX.m.-Ll for the d:i.i.er were under the dir. tt..n of J. tin I'l-*.).!.--, J. «- tWot

W.i; hiiiKtun.

t'-. June 30.--Th«* and Paul II ni.. !, i lo.-e frn ud« of Pldic ou.

of tlif Uevfiiuv Act of 1024.

.Au.on.: o'i»r, »ho aire.,.|. d were Mr. aud

the tax Iti r< iiuivcd flum all a'liiK'.'lon cliaicoM of 50 coiitH ami un*
>:<* into ottoct tomorrow.
Tl.«- <'<'mmis>iomr of Internal lJ« v^nu·· has I'siicd Iii.'ti'uctions to colW.ois of iiiiorn.il i« vi nu« thruout the country with iti;aril to tlie u«e of ticki'tH of admission under the new act. calhntt attention to several pro\.sii`iis ih.it mi^ht < .tsily be miscon* tru* d by tho>e not thoroughly famlli >r

Mra. Don l.rrul. Mi ai.d Mr> IV.ul ' .Mever. -Mr and Mr* It . rt i. e ri WM-h. Mr aud Mr*. J.» Web. r, Mr and Mr*. Ma-uu p. t. ·· Mr and M - M .nl-.a.ie Hi:.,vv. ll. Mr and .Mr*. Tle.ma* H. Ilvnly, .Mr. end Mr». Jo* -ph -s- ho-*, l a.ihiie ll. tik'l Mr jnd Mr-. .\r. d S. hader. Mr. and Mr*. Prank Ilenn.-v. Mr and Mra. J..l.n T. nnani, .Mr aud 'Ir*. Ke|< y .Mien. Wen* ll*«k-. P. Me Pit. hi. ytje r.ne, Luke O Itellly. flinrlea Pike Sawyer. Leonard la-lbllng, Hal I ..'d.. Cla .l.e |i.'.1*. Leo Prank R» n Prank. I Pio't Poreman and Uarry E K*Iler.

with the titatute.

The new law providea that tickets

BREAKS HOUSE RECORD

now in use may be continuid In uae

fiT a nasonable length of time under

certain conditions which are set forth.

This is in order to give tlu.iter men

an 0|>!iortunity to u>e up their preaent

rtock of tickets and have new stock printed.

The Instructions of th* Internal

Revenue Department are as follows;

!'· J .i.f IV ISil. a bill to be riteS ai the

 Rr»ni;, .\(t ,.f

' became a taw. Pro

t I uD t» Bi.nte In ihl» bill for tlie rrpeal of the

t4l OD adiu Villon* lm;>ea«H| hr Sii'ti.'n S'*" ef

the krTeau# Art of 1P21. effeitlTe midDifbt July J. unit, and for the ·ulwtliut.un of a ·imllar

··I nndrr Section *>''0 of tlie Reeenne .tct of

1K4. fffi-ctlTe July S. 11»1*4. Thi* aect on. with

San Plejo, fthf.. June S* -- The n. w Panta*. * Th-a'rr w tb .kh lander. ` T'e Man W .. Knew**', a* Ita b.adliner Iroke a.l bouae reeord* alnre oiieD.ti f..r the week of June M and thl« Week'* rev'.rd will eelijee that with 'Tatty" Arbtirkle a* ti.e adlns attraction. Uo>cw I* reeeirlny enthu*la*tic aipiaose.
HERBERT HOME SOLD
New York. June 30.--The home of the late M. lor llerliert on pash street between W.*t End avenue and I!iTer«lde drive was eold by hiwidow t.olay to a Hii'*alo man. Tbe property ba* U-en n tbe Herbert family for tbe past iw.ni.* year-

I e., smit.-r. pr* prief.jr, escap. d uninjured in the lire which foilow.-.l three blast* in nine
fe. t of film. Th.. lire -i.read t.i three I.. .J iijr* a.lj.»in,ni{ that b.j'iHini; the Piiui Sup¬ ply Company and the interiors of all were d" tr. .V..I T'.e loss i* estimated at
P'our of the injured, all of wbnrn vv.r.- on tie tpp'.- te sl.le of the -tr.-et wh'U t!.e ei, V h e o< arr-d. requited Vo-ji.tal tr. iitment.
"HER DAUGHTER" IS POOR ENTERTAINMENT
London. J ne jti .S; e<-;al Cable to The ftillboardl.--John p. t. r--jn's lom. d.v, · !!· r Iiuusht'r n.iw I. in.' i re-er.ted at fiie Everyman Theater, i* an att. oiiated entertainment n.-edli.x Di' r.- ..Iroit pr.Kl'i. tion N.irah lt..bin.soa
 f · a- .'t a*-'mpt ..n in the prln-ipal role, hut tie re-f of the i-.a-t i- judistinijuished.
Carillo Tendered a
Welcome Home Dmner
Members of Lights Club Honor "Angel" Carillo--Interest¬ ing Program
Nvw Y J.-., June 3'y--.'jvv, ;al hundred lui-iiit»r» of the L.g;;fs C ..h. a t .-atr.cal orga:.ixat.on. tendirvd a weicom- h..me d nn.-r la-t n.ght to .kngel L.-o Ca-;'l . at fe Cl ib ...u-e. Fr-eport. L. ! J Vu* Turn., n. master of ceremoD.es. Intr'-du ed a n .m'.,r of s . *k. r-, tbe la-t b* ing .knc.l f ir;".... who t d of b ·>» the generosity of B s M .ss -iv,i| r':e "L t' t<" fr-m g .g out of e\.-'.n. e w en he a d.-l them w.th gg*. ia*t r-c. nr y and prom -<1 them twice that »um for n. xt s,-as .n. ost. n-;hly as a loan. y»t wf or.f the smg.-ts.n of cola'eral or any other b:n.l ng agreem.-nt on the club or
fContinued on page lift)

With Run of "Kempy"--To Re¬ open August 25 With Aug¬ mented Personnel t

Bo'tou. .Tune 2.'.--"Kempy". by J. C. and

Fll.ott Nugent, will serve to clo'e the ex¬

tended season of the I'.oston Stock Company.

Considering the sudden heat wave, the slug-

gishuess of warm weatlier audiences, the

fairly exhausted condition of the players after

a Ibug and exacting season, and the ahsenee

of Walter GiHierf, who u'Uslly sets a tempo

which the others maintain, a very creditable

performanve Is being given by the players at

the St. James Theater. This comedy of Ameri¬

can life, not pr-vionsly shown in Boiton. Is

a rather ligi.t oTer-ng for stock. But a gooil

deal can lie gotten out of it by careful char¬

acter dellneat on

To this en.l Hou-ton Rich¬

ard*. as Kemp James; R.i'ph M. Remlev, as

Dan Renee, and Jill Middleton, as Ruth B.'nce.

esert their efforts and snoeeed In a eom-

(Contlnned on page 113)

TRUSTEE CHARGES FRAUD

Philadelphia, Ba., June 28.--Counsel repre¬ senting Elmer L. Lindsay, trustee in bank¬ ruptcy of the Imperial Theater*, Inc., of Dela¬ ware, which was adjudged an Involuntary bank¬ rupt June 2, 1022. yesterday filed a bill In equity In the Cnlt.-d States District Court agaln-t tbe former offieers and directors of the eorpt.ratlon. He charges them with the fraiHlnlent Is-ue of stock, declaring false divid.-nds, etc.: making fraudulent contracts and agre,ra- uls. iktuing false statements of Its finaa<'i:il i.'iiilitioo and misappropriati.in of its funds. Tlie d.'fendants Dam>`d in the bill are Charles I* Kre-s. WiFitm Hallam. Jr.; J.hn B MeD in.>::gh. Frederick S. St.,ver. Wm. T. Clark .kntonio T ied, Morris D. P.vli-. .Arthur H L!g ;ett. Wm. F. Batton. FI. 'Linield Wo;l *..n. Fr.-d prick F. Turner. William Ward, Jr.; Max Berel. George W. Kelly, Harry H Weikel. Wesley King, May E. Stiver an.l Samuel J. Morton.

I few B oor rhance*. la in aulwtanre the vamr

«· (erth n 800 of the Rreenae .Ac t of

ei

rrpt that no tii It liBi><Hii'd on ndniixKioiif of 5o ceati or lea*.

t'nd r tbe B< venue Art of lirj4 the tai doer nnl ittirh to IW.<-ent admUalon* under any cirrnmtinre*. The fact that there are beltif aold

it tlie Mue time tlrket* to the naine place at

· h»" r pr;re ha* no toarlng on the taxability f t!ili'f« ··'Itlna for r>0 nnt* or le«a. la thli

r«BDect on It »hon'd he hurne In m'nd that tb-

*ai arplie* to all admlaolnn* la excea* of 50 "·t« at the rale of 1 nnt for eaeh 10 n-nt*

of frtrtion thereof of the whole rharce. There

'rontlniird on pace IID

SAIU\GS

THE NEW PLAYS ON BROADWAY

niT/ TII PATER. NEW YttRK Bepinnlnit Thtir-dny Evening June
DiRRKsT and VlDtiR Preaent

lik'd

"SHOOTING SHADOWS"
A Mt'ltv-M'«ti ry Pare, --by--
II.'Bry Flak f%rlton and William Ford Maniry Stac d ' y !' J IMur.ka;!
Sceaery by Charles J. Auburn rUARACTPKS
(In th* Order of Their .Appearance)

for one or two of tbe parts. T'..l< d'wt not bold for Edward M. Favor, who gut all there was out of a ralT who art*'as guide for ghostseekers In an alleged tvaunted house. Nor d.Ts It apply to F J. IMunknll. who wa* a capital detective. Hut in thr case of Mulford Maddox. -kr.D R.a.l.T and Fln.vn llarv-.v it does apply.
Ttese t:.ree pvsiule have highly important part*, and. in my opinion, t.r .' do not do en¬ tire Justice to them. Drtainly Ndh Miss Harvey and Mr. Maddox were stiff and unyield¬ ing. and M.'t R.adcr w** far less real than she was theatrical. Howard Miller, who bad tbe male leading role, wa* better, and Knov

HOWARD GIRLS FOR FAIRS
New York. June 30.--The Howard Girls. Cassie and Rena, with H. W. Wingert. are continuing sr.ocessfnlly in vaudevilln, thla being the second season they have been away from tbe white tops. Their whirling ladders and teeth act, booked on tbe Keith Circuit, is now playing Pitb-tor'a 38th Street Theater. New rhinestone costumes have been added, also new drops and lighting effects. Their preaent vaude¬ ville sea-on closes .August 9 and will be fol¬ lowed hy twelve weeks of fair dates with the Earl W. Kurtze Amusement Company, of In¬ dianapolis.
TO ATTEND DEDICATION OF BUFFALO BILL STATUE

N'o York. Jam .'S --Sallina* for the ··k Inrliiited;

· ·n I V H-Tenaaria--.\rthnr llopkln*. Ilnie

ninr't.>ti HOil hio olfi*. (iiai-e Iji Hue; Joe I'll \l|v. la Rio » pianl't; rdward V

l'»'

Ki-lih IxMiker; Kuaer Wold Kahn

aril h.' niiithrr. Mr«. tifto II. Kabn; Sybil

'ape, valid* I lie arll.te ll.-n Ml ttia-' o

ortalnator of taMianx for ·'Zleitfeld l-Wl-

I'nanna EI«wortlh . . . .Howard Miller

t lalrr Kirkland .

. ...ktm Read, r

It. lleynlniEwray . .Mulford Madd..y

Phylll* H. mingway

Klwvn Harvey

.Noah l'h».d

.Edward M Favor

T.sidy Tr.'wbridse.

Knox H.roM

Itlibard Pa.lbnrn .1 mory Klunkall

Jm Rear.ton .. ..

.P J. p.p-nhall

Johnny IVrkln« .

K.'v It Mant.'U

Tbe entire a.tl.vn of the p.ay lake* place in the main roi'm of an ahandon.d farnihou-e

Ihrold. Emory Hlunkall and Kevitt .Manton, In snialUr parts, w.'te vjiiil,. all they sl.onld b>>.
The story of "Shooting S ad'.w-" is df crime and ghosts, Isith m.x-d up in a g n.d pui/le by the afore-alvl d, v. e of iu.'.1;-.-ct;oD. Th, re are *hot«. door* oiwn ng <f i:» r own accord. M-ream* and mystcrioi.s divap earaucs and app aran. (S Th.- eff«H-t i- to arouse I.vught. r ri"'.er th.yn to f rill. Iho t ere i* enough of the

New York. June 29.--.k party of New York¬ ers, beaded by Dr. George E. Kunz. president of the .kmer.can S< ienoe and Historic Breservatlon Society, left here ye-terday to attend the (led cation of Mrs H irry Bayne Whitney's e.|ue-trian statue of Buffalo Bill at Cody. W.vo. The statue Is now on the w:iy there and un¬ veiling will t.-ike place July -1

: lliith Starr, uitrie". aud l{> me
havie*. »pt.r of Morion Pmle. <'n II.! Majentlr--MorrI* tieel. lee Sliu-

In tbe Herksblr,*. T m.--Sumni. r, lO.'-t.
Ton may *ee th,- flr«t pnr.<-!ph- of maiiic a*

latter. M th jw.me cutting. or revis'on
d a og. and N'tt. r stage mauagement,

of the "Shoot-

ARTISTE DISLOCATES JAW

i

horl. Va-«lly halilialolT. of the Mii..iiw Art

api'lted to the drama In it* f-.i;l fl.vvir .-it ii.g Sh.s.low*" raiglit be ju-t as pvipiilar as other

Minneapolia. M:nn . June 23.--Dorothy Curli-®

T'" .tie vtoie Toniiira Ibikarlianovo, ol

"Shooting S'adow*". The tir-t and gu'.litig pl. c, * of It* genre, .ks it is. it i- a govhl ef¬ playing at the Hennepin-Orpheum Theater here^

(liiiivi Soiirla*'; loiiil* limm r, |·anllnlllllll I -I l.dlie liiiMlini:. lull' ktar of "S-vlly.
Iriiie oii'l \lari". ami Mrv. iNiwIlna; Pin hi :nii n'' ol. motion iib liire dlKlrU iitor Sam I Kiiia-ton. a''neral manna'T for Vlorinr

prln. lple of the magician I* ml*<Prvvl.on as v,in all Vmiw an.l I'.e anlh.ir* of tbU p!av h.vv.' rather skillfully UsevI It to make a thralrual j:l...*t si.TV Tt.e magi. Ian carefully d;s«t« .voiir attention to one *l»»t. and. assiir.'d that

fort. hut tiar.ll.v g.v.,1 enough for prolong,-d

sarvlval. nnl.'« *oni.' imprvivement Is mad.'.

A comedy of spooks and m.irder: needs

soma &xing up.

GORDON* WHYXF.

thl* we.-k with kVili .im Kent, dislocat'd her jaw when she fell during the final dan. e lii her act. Tbe tall was - art of the routine, hut iii falling Miss Curtis' jaw -tru.k Kent's kneecap
and tbe dislocat.on resulted.

I^v.iifi lil. ai,,| j I) yppina. Iitivtm ·» mann-

for P W tlrlll tti

"i tile f'r itiro--Irene Pordonl and her hiii*I'*ni|. I Itav tliM-ta

"" Ih. I iiipriv. of S. otImid Tb. r. .a It. I

'inn.

,a«lliij ditei lor iil the

' ' I iliill.t

''rial* diirlna the Wiili Im'liidrd. ·'n tbe Majealli'--Ibiriilbv and l.lllitn
I. ultli iliiir iiioiler. Ml* Mary tJl»h. "I'd .laiiii.i, 111 iinie, 11.01.1111`a llllhand. aud "«iiila I .von, aitroa

"n It. iird |1h. Mniirelaiila-Jeanne Kairt*. ·tar o( ii,,. re. .nlly 1 |o*. .1 ··lUIn"

t'n lli.ard the laifayetle-*l roiiaid Wmwf. ^f-. »on of the tieiieral. who returned vrilli a eoiipi, forelan playa whlrh will be pro diHed thl* *t.aaon.

.volt will k.'.'P l.svklng He re, ralmly and aafely perfoim* hi* mlra.lc elwwhere Hr raak.s you Il'Ink the coin I* In on,- hand. whiT.a* it I* ivally in the oth.-r. Result, mystiflcaticr of the audlen.v The author* of '`Shmd.ng Sim.b'vv*" carefiillv gi l.le your Interest to one chsracf. r an.l nivk- sn.'tle'r the nilrn. I, d'"'r
A good formula thl* and were It tmupbsl with a heller knowledge of what ts'nstllule* efftvHve dialog. "Sliimtlng S adows" would »H' a vastl.v N'ltrr plav than it I* \iid I do not m>*n that It la a ha.l plav wlthoiil It. tin the iv'iitrary. It I* Mgblv amusing In sv.'l* lb.- Inl. r«-1 I* eapitally sii-talmMt and lln-re are a l.d .-f laiiglv* I onlv mean that It ..'itl.l he h. .t.r..t were aonve *»f tlvv* dlaltig n.'t mi tlrc*ti:m- \ little vlgorou* pruning might work won.l.r* In
Ihia dlri'ctlon. .ka  wl'vile. Ihr plecr la mvl t.sv w. II tdivvi-d

I WHAT THE NEW YORK CRITICS SAY
"Shooting Shadows" (Riti Theater'
TIMES: "Is (h'cldcdly go>>d bvit weather en¬ tertainment."
TRMM NK * It N .a terrible, childish, disxMitaglng mes- "--I'.-r. v Hammond.
nI'N: "It has niv'l-rv. humor and an oc<:i-'oiiaI thrill."--Stci'ii.'ii K.vftl'Un.
MORE NEW PUY REVIEWS ON PAGE 32

ACTORS' INVESTMENTS
Cbtcago. June 2«.--The local theatrical statl'tlclan, who n. ver p« rmits his name to t*used, h.y* something n. w figured out He has fv'uad, he thinks, how a lot of stars spead their money from a:i investment standpoint For lnst.vnee, Bard and IVarl. w.th "Artist* and Models", .vt il*i .kiioUo Theater. Invest their money in lii:rle».iue shows. Their "ChiH kies" revue proved *0 succesafnl last season that they have added to their boidlag* hy purehislng thr T..in Miner franchla* on the Colmnt'ia Cirviilt. They will produce In 8ept< mi'.'r a new extravaganza, entitled "Good l ittle D. vll-". at a cost of $'25,00«>. There will he two acts and sixteen sv.'enes and a comiian.v of fifty people. Tbe show will rehearse here

A iTtter rbolc* couM vTitalnb bare been muvle

tContlnoed on page 109)

10

X li e e i 11 t> o a r d

JULY 5. 1924

HIP. CLOSES-PLAYED TO

KEITH MANAGERS' Dismiss Iheft (har^e Against Keith Manager

$945,000 IN 27 WEEKS Hamilton.

Can., Juno

111 --('Mffor.l

\.

Scliatitile, form, r manag. r of tli<- L.iric 1".. a-

ANNUAL CONCLAVE

ler. 11 h'lal Kiitli-lvaik d hou«.'. was hon.iraldy

a .luiited this w.i'k in the t'ri!iiir..il t' irt of

Estimated That 1,500,000 Patrons Visited Big t e <harg>' of lli.ft brought ag.iiiist haii t.y Meet in New York and Swap the Cainlilian I'n.f. il I'h. at. rs. li;- f..rm. r *111-

Playhouse Since Opening Under Keith Banner--Reopening August 11

I'leyer-. The court helJ that Kchaiifcle had h. . 11 gi\> ii
$..*,fi7,"* on a ri'.ini'.tlon to pay th* salarl* - 0/ tls. arti-t.'s. ami that, a**'. r.Iiiig 1.. t',.- re¬

Ideas To Further Increase Business

ceipts prislui*`*i, lh». moneys hi.I li.-eii aal T e

New York. June

--Managera of the K. ith

New YORK, June SO.--The Ilitipohrome closed its first season last night

under the R. 1". Keith in.m.agement, having concluded a twenty-seven

weeks' run, during wliich tune it is cstiinated that more than a million

and a h.ilf iiatrons attended iierformunces and paid in a total of aiiproximately

$945,000 in hox-ollice receijits.

Of this sum, the U. S. Realty

Im¬

provement Cori>., lessors, received CONVENTION SCRIBES SEE

about $70,000 toward its investiiKiit of jiaying the major portion of tlie ex-

BIG HIPPODROME SHOW

lienses of remodeling the huge play¬

house, which stood it and E. F. Albee's

New York, -Iniie iis..--I'nder thi> au-j'ice.- of

Hippodrome Corporation $ >^,000, rep¬ the Xew-iia|ier t'luh elo-e to > 'tOo vi-iting r* -

resenting a sum twice tlie original porter.s, del.-g.at.'s and their friends filled the

warrant for .'J.-haiifeli-'s arr*st was sworn ..ii: by Clark Urown. of the Keith I'..s.king Ii\ehange.
Prily Sharis-, actor: Clark I'.row n jin.l C. Il Ciilly-T. of the Canadian I'uit-'J Tlm.iters, Lt.I . aiip-'ared as witr.e"-s for tin- Cr.-wii. .\t t'.-com lii'lon of »I,e Crown's case S-hailf-I-- wan unitt-.l by tl*.- curt without even Ik-ng c.il'.. .! to give te-timoiiy on his o»n !>ehalf.
S V. Washington. K. C.. and W. O. Pavls ai'isared as attorn.'is for S.haufi'Io.
BIG FREEPORT TRACT TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION

Clrcr.lt Th. ati-rs thrm-iit tl... eoiititry loll

tlolr aiinnal g. I t..gi th< r meeting at il...

Nati.'tial Art -tes' Clii'.l... se on Thiir-.lay aft.r-

II.sill. Not. s wire cmp.ir. d and It. as swnpis-l

on wi>s aii-l no'ans lo furl er a'lgm-iit th.-

l.li-ii.es --g.-I mg J.I ms of the 0''gai.:7.ith : ·

mail.' of tlo- manag* r- r. Lit mg Ihiw ti. \ pu:;. I

rar.-UK s*unt- to draw- ad.l.t miial p«tr .g

i: r AltH-e and J. J. Miird.s-k. with t'.. ...  t-'nio*' of a f.-w h- ah manag* !'. a. t* I a-l.osis to th*- aisiio-s

Sp*'* . h. s wer*. -to.'I an.l along ti.e -jiu-

lin. s and di-` U«-h.ii- <.f sh<iwmt:»h'p as

··a. ti..| In K*'tl.i lo.iis. » was ir.e hi.f !.

"I '..' ..I ·f the ii-g..! athin. sa .1 'Ir

. .

estimate.

Hlppoilroiiie at iindir.ght Tu- sibay and witne.s-ej

Freeport. U I.. Jun-. .'Ml,--Th. h .mli. .1 in part, »a« ·'Coin'ort, Cbanlln*" .iii.l

The added costs are said to have

been tlue to additional improvements

V,ante<l by Mr. Albee, with the result

that the added cost was apportioned

between the Keiths and the Realty

Company.

.tvfi.itff receiiit# for the Hipinxirome are

< d at

to

i'> r

ek, with tl.'-

UphtT limire favored ollxoially. I'liodieiali.v the

Keitli's bit is said to have averaaid ft'm

S:1.0"O a week uiiwanl. The liii,' t'-t );ross at¬

tendance and box-ollice rcceiids for :udiX>r

amnsenicnts are claimed by the Keitlis. which

lioint out the

week over Xi w Y' arV and

the K.everal .'t.jO.tKK) wcek> tlmt included helid.ij -.

Costs of putt nc on Hip. s!.o«s and oiH-ratiipn

arc placed at y-'J.tspO to

ihki w*..kly. with

one Ki;o\v at Ica-t 1 avinc st.toii tlie m:inai.'>'ment

To this lO't i- net .eiph 1 tl.p' w kiy

rental i>aid to tlie h -siir- und`r a ienii-tiTiii

lease of the heii-p', wUii op'-eii of l.ny ng it.

In the iipinioii ef Mr. .M!-*'. h 1 a- aei|nire.|

ii bargain in tlic rental, sad to 1 ··

a

«eek. with a !>· rcp i.t.ic.- a-'rei-nient wl.ich

somi'tino's gave the realty eenuany a- much as .s'i.oisi a «e. k. It is I "ini il ot.t tinit either

the Hip. is a wliitc el. phatif or a suece-s. If

the latter then tin- hou-e S dirt eheai>; if th '

former, any price is too m i. h. -ilew -MT.

legitimate houses of

capaeity a-k from

.<4.l'MiO a Week Ui'Ward f .r r« iit, is the tande-

ville men's argunont.

Mr. .\Ihee is iiuotecl as being very mneh

a thirty-act hill of \aud. ville and mu-h-al com¬ edy offerings. .Tiiiiu- Tamieii a. t. d as mast. r of cerciiionies, a-'isted t.y Leo I'onnell.x. Oih. r-

intnslne-d oncoming turns, .\rtlnir CPngs')

r.acr being among tlwui. In a Id-tion to the

P.miK-ratie Conveiitioii visitors the dignitaries

pre-eiit inelnd.-.l May.r H.'lau- t\b.) made a

short speech from the -tage.

The show got un.ler ea.v promptly at 11 Ph'

p.m. and ran nntil .I a.m.

hr.T. t lunch was

servi'd on t .e me/7aii'ne .as wMI a- \ riou- re¬ freshments in o'h'r ii,.'-.- o' th.- Ic -e. T' 

atldieuee heing eomiio i i uio-tl.v of oiit-of-

towners, the o.-eas;iiii wa- eons- i, r.-rt a f.a l.-r

in tin- eap of Mark I.if-elier and his nation¬

wide pu'Meity g.-ttiiig "inaiities.

Of the r- g ilir Ilippod .line hiil -. v-ral a.-ts

appear, d, iin lii.ling the Sutcliffe Family. Scon li oporing. which ll[en··l: Pietro, a-aurdionist;

M'.ran and Ma.-k. hl.i k-fa e corn- l..i'.-; Itos-

to.'.i's lli.iing

hool. s.M. i ii Hi. i-i.Iroiiie ami

1 -'.r Ci.-ls, ilii.la Ui.t.v. .\h. l-.iman an-l or-'|,.-tra. .'i.d i;.il!ag'',.r a..i| shean.

rroin mn-i.iil .an..

and o'i.-r \.nide\ille

siiows came AViil Ip.g r-. tno'ioiog:-t f om tlie 'Zi. gf- ld I'llllies". who to i. li,.(l on tiiii. ly tellies

in his n-uil Immerou- .t in; 11 y Cunimings. wiio st..j)j..fi th.' > iiw alioul I'l.'lfi am. in no nm-er-

taiii manii.'i; Cl. irh s I'.'ig.Ie- In a '-nc fr'in >rr. I'.atiling I'.iithr": Ha/.-l Pawn. -Tohnnv

lio.ile.v aid I'iiarhs P.-ng, in th** -tage-d.s.r -.'·nc from "[<,.,.1, k,Ci-sie Ixoft'i-. who is

at the li i-r-i.l ; K

o: -limm. . lliis-.y; -lo*'

I anri.'. -Ir.. from 'I 'aiii -Ian. ", in suni.. of his

and seventy.three w-at-Tfrout fi ts, -urro.iml ng the Lights Club, the Casino ami th-- S-.ii'h Store Yacht Club, are to b.- »..ld at pabll.iiuetlon b.v the .Tohn J. Kamiall t'-imi-an, of Freeport, tlirn Joseph 1`. Pay, auolloo*- r, on Satur-lay. July IJ.
The tract i-omprises the va-f r-al .-tafe hold ngs of the late John J. Ilamlill, ih*'Faflier of Fn-eport", and 1« ina.i-- u;- of a niimiM-r of Mocks along U.«ndall Pay. w th additional frontage on Fr---jairt Itav. It u in this socti.-n that scon-a of a t.r. liav.. built siimm-'r lionu '.
I'la.iland Park !> In t u vicinity, along W.nsl- i- ft P.as n. amJ an eiglit-s n 1» le g.. i .'..tirs.. si:rr..uml...1 hy w.it-.r 1- n->w- loiiig co:i»iru t-.l Iiftwe- n W.i.-d-left ami llrnls-.n liar. This is to N- kn->wn as th.- W.-.d. I-ft ilolf Cluh an-l will be eoiiiiib t-d . arly in It.LT..

KNIGHTS TEMPLAR SEE BIG VAUDEVILLE SHOW

'.hiu.-e't-r, M.i

J';iO' ht --AIn. t p'.  isi

is -.i le att-ndi'.l

.Xiimial F;-1.1 P.iy of fin-

iiibloil Kii.g ts T np '.ir. h-hl t.Mla» in

St.ig-- I ..rl Park. .\ mamm.iih outd-s-r vaml---

^iIle show, furnish, d by I'.i rt

Sp- ars, of

the Walt.rs .\miis-m.nt .\g'in'>, Ito-t.-n, was

the big f.-atiire <if tlm il.iv. .timing th*- m-ls on ti.e i.r. gram w- r-: rio- Fran'lln lln-lh- ra.

*..|il I.I.ristle nthht-s. p.i .i's T.iiighil .triii.r,

trh k hoii-- fuii't-rs; Iinr-'-P*.vll Cllii n. In Ills Pip of P'-ath rid--; Ib-o.-gts I.ava--"r. t -

Court*F..ll**w ing tl.*- "feed on the h-ui-- *

tlo- ais.l.ng m.iiiag.rs .iil)o.ir:i*-d t.i v »;t It..

I'nlae*. aiol H:pi.nlr"me shows, will*, i.l'-i-

g t a h-'k In at the P< m*k-rat!.- tA*n\* iito.n

.\mong the out of town theater manag. r*

w o ga'her*.! at the X.

w-re. W II

I'-row n, of Keith's l*i.Ath Street Tli**ater, Cleve¬

land; 1'. It. Fgg!*sf..n. i.f Keith's Theater.

Iml jiij; .ills; J.d.ii F. Ito'al, of Ketth'a Pali.-e

Th. ai.-r. Chv.lanil. J*>s oh Perlsfeln, of K.llh's

T'.. at> r. T..I. .I0; Jaiii.'s We«d. of Keith's

T i.i'er. T. i. J.*: lt..:ai>d ltob'*ln«. of K*-llh'"

Ti .at.r, Wi-hlngtun. P. C ; Lut,M*r tJoto-l, of

'K. tl 's T-m-le Th.a'.r, p.fr..!t; W C

I'r.-s. r. of K.dth'- T .. ater, Colunihn«; Ilarr.v

t rull. *>f tl... V.. F. .M's e Theaf.T, rr*»vld.'a.'> .

It ,K. ' lar--in, of Ki-lth*s Theat. r, n.»ston;

llarrr T. J.r.lati, of Kelth'a Ttoater. I'i'-ila-

d.lphi.i: Fr* d I'ampts II. of Keith's Th*-aler.

loulsrilb ; t'l.arl* s l·.>.;'lllug, of pr... t..r'-

Tloal.r, Troy. Fr*s| S. '.aii'* rgi'r, *.f tl.*- Msrj

laml Th. at*T, I'.alt iii r. , 'J H F nii. of ta.

Ti iiip'*. Tlo at* r, Iti>. h*-I.r; Fug't'.'nn..".. <.f I .< Ihnis Tlo ati-r, Pittsliiirg. H. .1 I'.irt.

of Si., a'- T lat.r, lliiffalo; C. S H.4niilt.in.

<.f K* .til's 111. at* r. I'..ril.ir.il; John J. Iliirn.-.

*if K-it'.'s T' at. r, S.'racuse; J.-rry Sh< a. ot

Shi'a's Tlieat*r, Toronto; Neil Ha-I'.ng- *·'

K*';ti.'- T'.* at* r. I in* Innatl; It H. It. .it*`..

Ki'tli's P.iIji..' Th* liter, Ciii.'itiniit 1. Ii.-n li

I'l. k.dl, ..f K. llh's Th* ater. U.w. 11. an.l oth. r

out ..f.t.iwn K* th offit'lals, ai »* ll as a f-w

]·>< al man.-ig< rs.

satistied with the sue. es- ..f i.is ventun-. th. re forin- r v 1 .I.-.

ni .nel .g- 7.` i. Cor.fn'y ami Pa I'laii I' Ihir of Stri ng*!.; Han' ' Ile/o"

GRAND O. H. SOLD

never having been a h.-iiiir w.-. k. The j.'. n. rnl ben. ti.'iiil efic. ts to big time \a'...I>'\iile thru tile -del d. velof.ed thru th.* H!;p.idremi. plan

< Ir. le-t-ii, Ma Mac (Tni.lw l.-k. al-o in iiiii-li-al I iii.'dv. di-i jop.e oomiiiv anil .log daiieing:
i.i'ni.. Smith from "S ft ng Pr. t'v" in a

I'i-lor ami Comi.any. i>.iii<..ly e'l'.i-l-; It II. Ha-«aii'> .trahian Wlilrlw linls; I'.eir .\rl--.'ia. li'ir.ip.-an g'mna»ls; I-rof. 'sor riow. rs, para-

House Built by J. Gould Sold to Ten¬ ants for $750,000

of staging acts and buil.Iing ti-.m np is an¬ other angle that is h, ;ng tig'ir'-.l in. Ideas re. . iv. d from the Hip. venture will h.-nefit other houses and they wifi he tiie.l .,i)t. (in.of tle-m is ihi- house ens. ml.le work, d In to give ri. ii baekgroun.l to an av.'rage ..n.-ring.
-tildit oiial changes will be ma.Ie in t; .- Hippodr..me «hil.` it is closcil. -tugiist I! i' '.'t i's tl.e tentative date for reoi.i-ning. Ti.e stalT C'.i -t'le of show is ixp.-ited to b.` tie- -ailie, M til m .r.' for. ign no\i Itleg in. lnd. d on the

il I :'y dani'e: -lohniiy Itiir'> : Walt. rs and Pam 1 r from f'-o "Pl-iiitatlon IJevne", Ii .t <silor. il duo, and otlmrs.
STRIKE LOOMS IN GERMAN VAUDEVILLE WORLD
London, -lui.e L"I (Spe. i.il I'ahle to The Hillhoanl).--S'-.rni .lomis ate ri-ing fa-t in the · eriiian tamh-vilh- woiM with an ii'l*r hr.ak.ff

< tin*;i.g halliK.nat I's; Ir.iiii' oline artist, s, nirlall-ts.

FIvi- Itoiiioling lliitos,

an.l

P- Ihioiio

Trio,

GILDA TO HAVE OWN THEATER

N«*w Vo'^k. .fiiiu* Jl.--<fM?i <Irriy, uiio Ini'*

|m «11 *>liH -ni; flu* NlilniTiiy

:tt tlu'

(IrHini* for tti«* (<}irb`atii>n of <*otivtnt;«ui viraittirK.

lUH to ·*knk`' tin*

for k'-hmI n. it Mtn-

H'*u: in otluT wor»K

i'*

tti a< t. {MTlkiitm

Ni'W Y-'^k,

:[0 --Till* liriiti'l <»p*`rti II- .s" ,

Klk' til ii\4-nii4\ Bf T'Vt-nf>'t11 f'l

I'rtM'li-il !»y .liv <;i*ti!i| tin« Ihm'Ii wld by II** -1'*

K fly Sixth Sfrf4-i <'t»rp , xxhfb «

fltl4* to tl4` itr'p'rfy nlMiuf b xi bC'* T'

lii' .tuf < fii.p;i!iy iH the K. II T II M.ni; < 4irp ,

fnrrind bx tin* t<ii;itit<4 nf I'm*

Tbi* liuiblinK !·« four utofl* < In I-** p* t nu!

(··ti'.i tiH

111 xv» II a*« B t`« rtt4'r 4tf

-iBiliii: iBp.iilty It I.Bi n frctilxif** "f IT* 1"

f*'* I lit) Txx. ity t h!r*I *tr* * f bti I 11'i ft * t itri

Mils. Mark .\. I.i.* seh. r i- . redit..] witi. hav¬ of m got a-i ,n- h. tw. en ti.e manag. rs ami tie- .Iii!:«-t. ftiltl.i'M

to tiaxo l<r nvxti tti'ntir rifbth

;i>i(| *xti !ii|** |iii< k *JT* f'· * *1 '

ing sold II, r. .\!b." tin- i.ba of t.ik.ng ov.-r the Int. rnati.,ri.il .\rt:-.li n Log. n. with fh<- Pitt, p ill tti*> iipra

Park nxcriUf M-rtion <>f thN · 4*U''r- t Mik l'B« k H pn>i lui*4i» iiioti4tv ttHT'if u'** * '

Hipi.odrorae and making revolnt'onaiy i-hang'es, making i.ri-parati-.ns f.ir a -Irik*- next S.'ptemh.T, i M aful hIh* !·* ofTt-rlni; a i«rly.c of #1

-= 5r7'

T' pfi.p.rtv XX nu r''l«»rt'*l tu I-*'

siii-li as have not been done p.r a d. a l.. t):i

1 ii.s.Imt re-t.-d the resjsjnslhility of [.iitting the

house over and the fai t that to- and .Mr. -\l!..-i-

are still the b.'St of fri'-nds is cif. d a.s an

examiil.- of how well the h.-ad of the Keith

o-gaiii/at ion is satisfied so far w.lli his m w

r' h a. The nineteen years of n.iti.iiial i.ub-

li

givi n tile llipiio'inime is also . redit.-d

V. "i t'l i'.g a faet.,r in Us su.-e< ss and one of

the I g- ha-,' .,1

V.-' Y-ek .T

:;.r T.;,. T.irg. of ti,. ft ..f

11 .

·

I.'|g..i .igaiii-l <h.iri.-e

P.riiwii.

'an.;.

. , ,ia- ilroi.p. d in Magi-trate-

· oiiit I.;- u..:; when the all. ged own> r of the

< ar f.chil

.ipiii ar to pr. ss the eomplaint.

Tie- Varh ty .\rti-t( -' I", (h r..'ion ha- .ail.h .| Its syn.patliy and j'le.lge- its f'llli'-t siiiiiiort in la-*' of Iroiihle. 'n.e m.inngirs wan' a deli'fi'.n of payment for far.-, haggag.* iiml matiiie*-., al'O with ti.e right to make m.ntra.t in any manni-r tiny wi-li. Tl..- I. S.. I- ia lighting to P'tain what it holds.

"BROADWAY DREAMS" OPENS

N' \v York, tK`- tit!" <>f a

.'JO,--"P.roHriwiiy Orcam**'* I-, ,! t hj Paul f uritiinirliarn

HI.`I r.o !'· riiH'tt

ojm pk ·hl< \\*« k at

^

N. V,. to Ir*ak In for Ibi* Keith

P r* u.t.

In tl,e n' t jre

Ilall, t*harJ|f*

P

llaZfl IVinH an^I the iCIalto ftn'heHtra.

(irrtlnK to !i»r uri-**'* nir^ni. U«.it U-fi.r a I'lay fliiil will lit Ii**r hi^trinnli* uMIiiii

NO VAUDEVILLE FOR MAY WIRTH NEXT SEASON

N«*w York, .liinf .'H>.--Mty Wirth, f>-iiturrt|

With tlo-

riHn**. \v,ll nut

tx* H««*u In vunHi'vti)** at ili»* F»»n«limjon of lirr

Oi.t.i .or

it wjiH !i'ar»o«! tht'« U'«k May

to tMk«* a w*»ii

r* "t at.'l to

j;'tln*r w 1 !i lo r

Kr iuk W rtli. !>· lol

!!m- W rt ll iMiifl I t r

ifiMti

w II NiijM'fvI*..* fh«. l.iiiMinir "f a tu w

Iti

Korre-f IlilN. K. I. '1*1.4' Watim Itavi* n Hit4*

n»*ar th»* I'riMi ...

'I'lu v almi plan to

J*pcni| thi` winter inontlm In Klor <la.

l.i'M Ht ti'iitiif

<»"*»

Tbi* tlrujul op'rn H'*ii»»4* pliiv< p<tp xauibx >·

Btiit p!4`tur«*

MISSING ACROBAT SOUGHT BY POLICE

Niw York. Jiiiii- no A g'-ni-rnl p..llce atar.'i for (1  ar Can Isiiillli, f't' - \*ii. iin a. io>'.*' wl.ii dis.it.jM ar. .| from hi-, lo-m*- lit N** '..'1 F.igl.tli a*, no*, oti .Ion*' k"-,' w-is m. ril out I.mI.i*
liatol-iipth Is W*ll known mi Ho' vn'ilivtll' slug'. I* ,1 no nil.-'r -.f tli*. ii.'i known n- tlo' TI|.. .I.nioil- Til. iiih.r t'vo I. nn* tl" nr*- Inda'iglit.T Tlo'ii'sa, iiioi son. .la* k
Tlo r-sa t.'ld (In- polli-e her fiillnT li.ol n-
ci-iilly aiiffi ri.<l ii iiennua broukdowii.

JULY 5, 1924

VAUDE. PRODUCERS LAYING

WEATHER TOO HOT; Keith Office and iV. V, A

PLANS FOR BIGGEST SEASON

Golf Tournament If inners

SHE GOES A.W.0.L

Assured Against Recurrence of Last Season's Congested Booking Condition and That They Will Be Taken Care Of

YOHK. .lu'i** 2S--W ill Indiciit 10116! pointing to .u gro.'iter demand for .icts tills tiill than i vi-r l···for«. viiudi-vill.- pioduci-rs arc looking for-

,| to V'liit lI'V tl.iid.

11 he ll.c b'--1 h* ison t'..«-;. ··vi-r ihid. Kxtensivo

, a 1 1 ns iir * ilu i iy h* ,i;g niiid**. ami ii« w inaicriiil. .sketches and the

. t< d I'"!' pri-M-I.'.l 1 · tl a.s h oil as the M-itMill hfgin.s.

i.'i .iioo of -OHIO of tile larger

iii..:iiig>i 'lie t-ioduotion of
11 S  e.ir W .11 he Ullprei edente.l AMERICAN ARTISTES' FED

hi-t.ii.\ of vall'le\illc. Thl.s  tl IS paiily borne out by fiie

r, oil tile t'.irt of th.e Keltli ;: ' its booki IS th.it they will

on .1 I ifg'I .sc.lie thl.s

Me'.v mater.ill. and will g.v**

,· to tiiosi s..iiid.ird arti-tes

·  1. ft

.eticd thoti ill t.s or

IH \v Veha le.-.

Showing Signs of Renewed Activity
New York, Jiaie 30.--The Ameticun .\rtl»les' A'etlettil! n, thru Its executive »e,retsry. Harry M..! 1,1 f..r.t, ha* -tarieil a letier-wrIlinB campa.Bi. lu j.e s up waniDB interest lu that is*wo../.Hen aujeliw talldevllle artl-les.
The 1. I i 1 i-.ar- nut th.it .u ti,r- In h.el »t u.liliW ,» ' ' 1 \. .\ I .,re Hot .'liBihle {'it

1...ml-I · I.. :· I... .\i tiir- Ff.iu.ty .V--.' ;i-

l.iU. -h"iod 111.' .lit.- t liilU tl..it erwuiiiz.i-

'i..ti until let

ill-, hatwed all otdiwa'i'us

r · .. 'h-.U. were *.1 jamiied by t ie n i'. ii. l t at I . K" t!i pi-ude
. · < : t -.Ill ' r s 1 units r "f n. w

. V

w.y.Tii I" phi' win t e

i> ,. --I... - d is.n-ld.

! W-'. .| . ..Ii' i.; .1 fr :u I'l.tttr.K oUt 1. t . .. *· tl I u ! t w ay
. r .'.t. . --'I. 1 d :*  * · ` nimm-r - I ! .. f .r th. f. iu-w nc « ;i-.»ti
e,,.. .t.ti «:..n t > -.*-n lewn
. .. a.', tad 'a he t...', ». r I.ra. t cady c'u--1 ! the n.w. r
and ' e ir-lai . r- had ! · U ...t -. a .«··> her' iinl I'er.

r.ter f *«-ca led t'.i: t.tae at (· were

1 p:.-} t di;. :ul« ni I'.H- or am- -i

Wt. *> tue

til ! W ' t'l 'he

.\D example of II .* wa- H - kv an l -trot'o'i" a-t.  s. X :n r.j Kr-t*',

the Ke t!i Ctri-ii t f.eui.l t 'ni'-"--bl -

l>s>k:rjs fclh-w ne ·· p-. ir. · re It

i* of the warel.tiu-.' toH.v.r fra

.wiic.-meiit at I'te Hr d-.m.- Ia*t !t tin'ler-tiHsI a ro'ite '.a* N-en ar-

ti e c< miaK »··.*-. n over the Orp;.. om

v'e-ale r- i 't'Z · f n* t- for thi' r-.Th n: n. t h. 'OB Indu'c I n *!·

l·«'el at '-ut oSli-vs.

u Vrl'-te- K.'der.it.on is lui »
lieii.ix Ituildinw In tVost F'urtywhere it (H  utdes a *!'iite ut

OFFICE ACTS FROM PALACE TRYOUTS

York, June .*! .--The Keiia Ctrruit is

ttnd.ni; t'e nmri.

irjnit* at the Palace a

f-rtile fl. :d f 'f lahuf -uttable for exploitation

in otb. e a I- f; F' .t!'s*e ha» appointed

I harl,» I.oieute'ri;. r. ,i.!, :;t manager of the

.Ml.'e Th.aler. Provideii e. to look over the tr tcit* with a vt-w to plrk.nji oiBce-art mt-

fe" al. Home of tho-e picked hr r,.ivent»rB durioB
the ps-t f.-w w - ar** Ctatrl.-ii Pitoier. former tmrMone f r th.- V:. f.i.i -s'ate Oi-.ta, who I a-
fixen a t;. rtxnve we. k-' route; Ho-, mary I'fatT. -tiiBer. wb" I* hi- f.am. d with ano'her t,,,-a!l«ts]Is<'ox· ry Vla:jviric Izuer, and Grace prewater. a v. r-.it'Ie tnu-hdan.
y,.,, ,,, apeclaily j repared by the oillv-e for

thvee artl'fi*.

U. S. BARS STRONG MAN, MATE AND CHILD

..'s.-: T.'r ean I- . · pvp. d s' d f v, n e..,,...*

MRS. HARRY GREEN HURT

·  '
. v;

J-n.

Mr aid M- Har-r

· ·l'l·'·r I r. 

s" I vv-e d-v'ie

«. V.. s,'i]-.,v net* thT aii'v w,,

tv ar..'b.r > ar art ''r- i.rs.ii v»a-

..-.It ....

· · h S'l.

on. .sr t. -p al-n..-! '..rn Mr 'ir ?> p t a -p. · si tra .

·I .1 1.. r brrvrp'.i i.. '  \m. r'.

n.-p'-t

.. .. .1" 'Mir.- (r.i..l s '..'i' n-..rn

.- VI- ..r. .p t.,'.i .I..I P N*.l. matiac.r of He

'

Ih'iiir. w  r> Mu a. I vva- t. i;..I, of

' and a-k. ' ' at M*- 1 * · ' in

I ' M- Na-'i ealt. .1 up riar'oii. I < a-a. who   .1 · . . ir-n and p'av 'I-- Gr..  . ivart

· .1 It In two ' o.irs an.i 1« pit'.op the  ltd'' -tvip,- rh.' eane.ilat:.'!! Mr

*. 1

111'd In* V If able.

'1

l. i-n, ''.'.i. tl 10 - ealb I f'le world's

 .

r-|.idv i. In privst tif. ih'-

' f I i.n J. Garriit p-neral msuiper for ShlitsrI II. Ml. West

N'w T'rk. June -1 \VI«dy*:,w Maksymiak. of Cra.'. w. I'olan I. a prvife.-:ooa1 str.'iiB man.

Wlo Ir.i-- ir n bar-

1 - h--id. b.s b- n

P ..n a.-.th.r el.,., ,· to in.mpt to break t ri

M:. I ;.ie

n .ri.'s law l .al In- k.-pt hlin ,,

«if.. M.srv a pr .f.s-ionxl cynini-'. s.,htra. a twlve-v.-ar-...!

, ,,j.,,

!. w a- In .1 hr-t ,*Ia-s . .d* n vvf th.' r M.r · rl. . re.a.lv to Is- ilei-.rled i w..k « .p |. wi- *iv,.d by a writ p.'rir.r'np

i.,,,,

.. n,.,.n until an ap|sal Is lak. n ti

\\ .i-.|ir.k-''.n

kadinp <.f the nivmerlc. tire.'

«,.ks ip. , ' v

- inilarlv sivcd from d*-

|*.,ri.,' . 11 Ih st.il h« `.m. ly are s.'ekinp en-

ir.i'u · .m the prvo.p.l that tin y are profi'-evional |s rf.vrm.r*. t -.t I III- l-lanil aulhoriri,-- d -· iprei

ETHEL EARY INJURED

ROBINSON WRITES ANOTHER

ONE-TO FILL" IS OUT

New York, June 30.--Winners of the Keith Office Golf Tournament played at the Pomonok Golf Club, Flushing, L. I., the forepart of last week, were:
QUALIFYING ROUJ^D--Winner, E. G. Lauder, Jr. Runnerup, James Plunket.
MATCH PLAY
CLASS A--Winner, Harry T. Jor¬ dan. Runnerup, Harold Kemp. Con¬ solation Winner, H. L. Watkins.
CLASS B--Winner, Major L. E. Thompson. Runnerup. Charles Bierbouer. Consolation Winner, James McKowan. Runnerup, Harry Mos¬ ley.
CLASS C--Winner, Pete Mac. Runnerup, Paul Dempsey. Conso¬ lation Winner, Charles Morrison. Runnerup, Jack Dempsey.
CLASS D--Winner, Lew Colder. Runnerup, A. J. Van Buren. Con¬ solation Winner, Reed Albee. Run¬ nerup, Harry Fitzgerald.
The finals in the National Vaude¬ ville Artistes' Tournament, played off on the greens of Salisbury (L. I.) Golf Club were called last Thurs¬ day at the seventeenth hole, because of a heavy thunderstorm, with Hal Ford leading Jack Kennedy one up. The final hole will be played off this week.
Chief Caupolican won the Second Division, Charles Cartwell the Third Division, Harry Miller the Fourth Division, and Mrs. Chris Chisholm the Ladies' Division. Don Barclay scored low gross, with an eighty, and Dave Thursby low net, with a sixty,
PICTURES ON PAGE 14.

Alex Gerber Complains to V. M. P. A. That Claire Cortez Walked Out
New York. June 2S.--Claire Cortez tsuddenly walked out of the vaudeville revue, "Sunbonnets", following the Monday night iierformance at the Metrojiolitan Theater, Urooklyn. with the result that the .act was immediately til ken *iff ijnd other Loew bookings canceled.
Miss Cortez, who iirior to her v;iudeville engagement in '`Sunbonnet.s'' last fall, had been working in pictures, notifioil the management that she was quitting on account of the heat and was going t.» Atlantic City, according to .Mex. Cerlier. producer of the act-
Iti-fore C. rIxT liuil u iTian'-e to (liHSU-uIr Mi-s Ciirt.'Z from Uuviuir -lie was well oo ^er way to tlie New .Ti-r-ey re-<>rt. lie saiil.
He iilarv'l the mailer liefore Pat Casey, of (he Vaudeville MaUiitfer-.' I*r"tei-tlTe .Assoeinlieii. alleciiii; hreaeh of contrarl as well as ihiinaces laused ty the luiilden walkout and the suhiieqnent canvellatiou of the act's pMiklnzs.
Ta-ey says the T. M. P. A. is unable to (fire derlier redress unless he can lo<`,ite Mis* Cortei and she is workini; in home other job, in which event hor salary would be attached.
flerber intends to bo to Atlantic City with a view to locating Miss Cortca.. He is of the opinion that she is workins in a cabaret ther,'. CeorBe Griffen and others in the ·'SiinlMinnet-. act told him Miss Cortez bad been cumpiiiini lu recently of the torrid heat and at ime time intimated that she would go to Atlantic i >iy to work for the summer,
tlerls-r has a contract in his po--»-s-`i.n whereby Miss Cortez is to api>ear und.-r his manah'i-ment until May 1 next year, be says.
FINE VAUDEVILLE BILL

Will Produce Radio Advertising Reviews
N, w Tor*. June ;*.--.\ new field In theatriea'.s p:om:se» to be broken some time this -unim- r by one vauderllle producer, whose plan is to Invade the radio business hy mikin: a -pvs'ialty of producing revue* of fbe vandevllle type priniar !y fur b^oadcastinR purpose.s.
I nder the plan the revima. or .acts, a.* they may be callisl. will func'ion before the micro1 hone In much the same manner as they would in a theater, pl.syinc all the stations thruuut t'.e country with which satisfactory arranpeti · nts can be made
The yat'.deville ma.i.iBer In qiie-ilon. who ontlined the plan in d,fa I to a BiF'.oard reporter this week, stated tlnst the s.-he-ne has met with approval so far ind will lie whlppv'd into »' ipe no doubt by the middle of next month for trial.
IVb-th.er this »vpc of production will prove r mnnerative to the prvxiucer as well as to I .-e who appi ar in the r- viiea is prohlematic.al f r the r- a-on th.it .-ach and every revue would lave to h>- hacked 'ey -ome com-ern which r. sli/.sl advertisins value out of the project.
The enterf.ilrnienfs would Iv p >lt. n up to adv.-M*e iin.i-t.'ntatioiisly 'cme merc.sntile prviduct 11-..I wou'd he pr-.ilne. d af'- r a p.ittern supplie-l I' I e maniif.s.'tiir np or .iohhinp hor.se, which i. niraif- with the pr.>d .eer for the reviie.
The mer.antlle concern vvoiild have to pay th.' manaS'T a s,alarv . i.-h vv.-.k or encagement i!i;>t the revue Is Ni.'k.'.i. and alMv would have (i;sm its shonl.h r- 'hr ohi-p.ition of arninpine fer dates with t'e variou- radio stations wherv'

OFFERED AT CHESTER PARK

\ capital and well-.-clectcd vaiideyille pn,

pram attracted larBe indiences to the Cbeelei

lark Theater. Cincinnati, last week. TlU'

JupBling Wilburs led off with dan iiig by the

female member and well-executed juBBlinK feats

hy the mule. The former al-« save a fa-t

ex'.iliitlon of silver-baton spinning. Betty

P.ernard occupied the secvmd spot with a pleas-

In- rendition of .s..nthern melodies and alfio

tcid several humorous Nesru character -tories.

Miss Bernard took two bows and cave Wiiy t'l

the Skafir.B Turners, who were well receive I

after a ra:id and nicer routine of dane-e- and

airoKst e feats on roher-. Mr. Turner revolved

on the front rilltr- so -iieedily and often that

loiict was lost. The M.i.arry Brothers sans

and danced to the Bre.it delisht of the imdi

ence, which wo-. d not he salisiied until they

ran over their allotted time with an is-centric

dance, In which .-om>* comicalities vv. re inlne

dtnrd. The Four Woidvns vios,-d fbe show with

a little b t of ev. ry thins. To U' b-ief, tlu^y

were a yirlety show in them-elv, -. They vvirk

in full stale with a beautiful velvit drop as

1' e backpround, T'le eld. r W.irdeii iipp>ared in

a vyhlte s.st n min-trel paiade uniform, with

black tri

h-.irh silk hat.  in., for a

daniv. vv

.y..;.|.d Is'ller than som'.'

trii.stes h

'.tv od'l y. ir-. Mrs. Worden

puts a ni

hir-l- ll.ru >inti'- with little

promptinc

.1- viir.'i':- s;s.'i.s of birds.

inc'.inllnp a toucan.

, kal."-. . ·iloi-il parrots and W..r!.-u .i.id daiishtiT-inlavv

siipcly a

treat Hid the hitter pie. ii

miphtily

TOURING 3V -MOTOR

the priHlnetioii' vvoiiM apis'sr

Vofk, June GH--.om Waters. '·Mayor

WIFE AWARDED $50 WEEKLY

of Lanshlaial". aud i.u lo:'.. . of .Tolly and

XV.M. .are playinp N.w \ .s .-ate With tlo-ir

own ti'iir nit vaudeville -

I'hi y make tls

New Y-k, .li.ne '.'I - Mrs. G. raldine Griffin,

wife of G.orpe Griifin. v.iiub vllle a. »..r. appear-

Inp In the aet "SimNvnrets''. xxas aw.irded SM>

n week and $.'a* vsi'n-1 fees js mime the

trial of h'T soil for a -eparation thi- vv. ek

in Siii n m,. (h.iirt Th.- eoir,.le were married

Anpii-f .'7.

In flil. aeo and hav.. a d.aiiph

t.i. June, aped fou' I'liev s..p.arat. d m P. b-

Tiiary la-t M - Gr thn claim.s that her Ixus-

hand earns s'l'.', a vvi- k.

jump- by motor ear ami ;. an i lvam e mau to arraiipe the U-.-e.- . · -Ii vv is made up of four a.-t- w ith an i i-i.l-r i I tl m feature ami a short -nl.j. . t ,imi. dy. lu addition to Waters ami J.ely ami Wild tlie irvoiiH- iiielU'les All. e froxton vs.mert soi«rauo and pianist. iiul Id.lv and W'v nn in Jimmy Madison's "Hold My Hat ' skit. The sla>w has l>ccn out four w, ek-, and the New York Staters are already clamorinp f..r return date-, aceording to Waters.

AGENT TO BUILD

PATSY SHELLEY TO HEADLINE

t'liicapo. June "7. John J. Jones, l-ook.ue ui.anaiS'T for tlw Ulalto Th.ater. has slpned Patsy Shelley, premiere entertainer of the Palala Boytlo. New York, to top the Uialto'a variety propram the week of July 1.

12

Xtie Billbosrd

JULY 5, 1924

This Week's Reviews of Vaudeville Theaters

B. S. Moss' Broadway ` New York

xhe:

PalacCs Chicago
(R«Ti»wed Sunday Matines, June 29)

(Reviewed IConde^ Hetinee, June 30)

Tfd Iltaley put on an uproariously Uot show n * clowning made the folks laugh and wlii-n you get them laughing on a warm afternoon the heat generated hy the iiprear knd of makes the show (the advertNed polar-cooling system notwithstanding) a hot one Had the (stoker put on a less sure fire performer than Bob Hall to follow the performance could have been safely called an all-Ted Healfy show, Krom a mere double with his blazing blond wife, Betty, Ted clowned his way Into the next item on the menu, a new dance oiTirng de¬ scribed as "Syncopated Toes''. It was corking good fun, a lot of it seemingly sp,intaneoU' and still a lot more overdrawn. Healey carried

(Reviewed Monday Matinee. June 30)
Breezy, powerful show, without a weak spot .nnywhere. Comedy la e.'pecially good in the Mandel Brothers and Eddie Nelson turns in the tli st h i If, with Clark and McCullough next to closing What more could iiny bill do toward success? Closing intermission wore Boyo and M.tye, who from an artistic and creative stamipoint were sens.itional. Tlicre being no orchestra or strong song-plugging single, tiie bouse did not have the overflowing ap¬

Applause honor* thia week should be e.|ual|y

ah.srcii by .Sophie Tucker and Jack Ihtnshue.

Clrmnia Billing with ' III* Jolly Panilly" en-

tvrlalmsl the ainliince with lila trained dogs and

is'iiy. P. ra Belling li.trn.liie. <1 yariety p.

niraii* of a iiovi Ily dance. Pleven mlnutea. In

full; I ree lUrlillns.

Ilaxihn, Piiii'iar ami lla.idi-n kept up tU

pop and enthnal-shtn during their art with aing

tug and danelng, mixing a llltle mmedy with

It to tiring laughter. Mr. Piiniiar got nior-

mi.le from a «mall ansirdlon than. Judging

from It- apis-aranre. It was ra'.'ahle of pro,hi,-,

itig. .tnolher II ng wlil.-h bMiight laugl ti-r

and applati-e w i.

pia.iing liy tbe mmpar .

with him, besides his flaming golden-ha'rt d pearance, nor was there any undue appl luse.

of three home-made (Id.lles, which bnik.- n|i

wife, two springy sister dancers, a pair of

acrobatic balletsters, two ragamuffins and a

dog. Introduced as "Weaklirer, a brother to

Strongheart.'* Ted opened with a 'tring <if gags

that tickled the boys wobhiv, and Befr cam ·

in for a welter of kicks, whirls and limb-

stretches to the tune of a liandfiii of palm tap<

And when Tod followed this up with his

roughing of Betty all over the -tage, a la

Miner's burlesque, the boys just pounded their

beershakers sore. And wliat doesn't Ted do for

a laugh in the subsequent turn! He cavemans

It with the sister team, creates a big racket

and hanga for a surprising spell by his wrists

from a bar high over the stage. He also

]>erpetrated a burle-que disappearing illusion

that failed to strike much of a response from

the audience. In addition to that, Ted's olown-

'iig with the two ragamuffins seemed to be, for

the most part, a lot of good effort wasted. The

man and woman balletsters struck a husky

hand, while the sister toesters tripped them-

se'vcs also into a merry claptery.

Bob Hall extemporized himself Into gusty

waves of applause. His happy comments on

the acts that preceded him, particularly the

Healey hodge-podge, put the folks in an ad¬

miring mood, and his rhyming of current events

in song from suggestions flung at him by the

audience ss'ored as high as can be.

The Plckfords, with the juggling-acrohatic

novelty, "Fun in a Restaurant", collected a

smart band, while Booth and Nina, on the

closing, got a pleasing response with their

mixed bicycle and musical turn. Booth exe¬

cuted a neat series of cycle stunts, culminating

with a side hap up a steep staircase and a

rcnsational double drop. His partner rattled

the banjo for a stitF hand of appreciation.

Goss and Barrows garner-d some spattered

applause with their mild buffoonery' and still

more mild singing. Mlsg Barrows is a de¬

lightfully pretty wife with a more delightfully

sweet voice, and seems, because of these qnali-

ties, to bear the burden of making the turn

a go

BEN BODEC.

Loew's State, New York
(Reviewed Konday Matinee, June 30)
Six acts of typical I-oew Time vaudeville are to be seen at the State for the first half

Rutb Harvard-Wynfred and Bruce, "itovelty <Mitertainers''. provided :i with a hang w lie tin v were b.-tng played

pleasing opening turn with a series of stunts on tlie tr.ipeze and rings.

Thirteen nilntilr-. In one; fm r bowa.

Georges Dufranne, French tenor, assisted by Carl Sfelzell at the idano, sang a number of ballads and otlier seleetions of the tisu.il favorite variety. I'lus the encores, liis running time w.-^'s r itiu'r long .'ind a tribute to hia good qualities as a high-clnss tenor, suitable for vaudeville.
William and Joe Mandel, in ".Vn I'nu-ual Oecurrenee''. d,d their aerobatic travesty, tlie laugi's coming in iluck and f st. Tliey rn.ike burlestjue .a serious business. The performance never seems to vary or the 1 lughs to miss. Their recently acquired "Poisoned Kiss", afterpiece, is al-o .a clever piece of bur¬ lesque, done after the manner of classical dancers.

"A Chan e A iiuaintauee In Plft. rn Minute. fimiurlng Ila.y Ba.vmond and IVimihy Markaye. You may .a. well -ay there if no plot to It Mbs M.iekayr I a; is.ns to get on the wrtr.g II or ami Mr, Ita.m.. n1 pn>ereda to get a ouainteil. Thi-e two rniertain with aom* aonxand dances, and Prank I. Tionds a.sista at the p ano. TwcotJ-thrre minutes. In full; thr-. 1 rfalns
Pen W.-;. h was a«btrd liy Prank P. Mun-hr

Martha Hedman, In "Just Like a Woman", como<iy sketch, by Edwm who la Irbh They kept up a rapid Are of

Burke, proved to be a clever affair, in which tliis actress from tlie legitimate stage was ably supported by Charles Laite and IT. h n Holcomb. Characters are married couple and woman friend of the wife. Hubby is quite oldwomanish in his constant de.--ire to keep the jights out and other expon-. s down. On new wearing apparel he ab.<olutcly draws the line. But in donating to charities, .as suggested and solicited by tlie friend of the family, he no longer has fisli-hook pockets. Thus at the conclusion of the action, at times obvious enough, we le.irn that both women have been working each oth* r s husbands fop char 'v donations, turning it over to each other to buy clotli. s. Will be further reviewed under "New Turns".
Eddie Nelson, with Dolly and Policeman P.atrick Rafferty, kept the patrons in good humor continuously, all of his stuff hitting as tho the gis and s|).irkplugs couldn't possibly be improved. Once in a while he is reminilful of another comedian, yet his style and work is distinctive for all that. The vehicle runs smoothly, is fresh thruout ami more than funny. .Attractive girl doing straiglit for a fine comedian is an excellent combination, and "Dolly" does much tow.ir.l handing out tlie powerful wallop the act hoMs. e.specially with her Oriental costunie and dance. Earlier in the offering Rafferty does his bit very well Unlike most comedians. Nelson's come.iy is always the big thing, while,he keeps his personality from constantly intruding. For that reason the patrons fail to have a vision of a hard-working vauilovillian in front of them, which

n w ones aprlnkhs) with all too many oil i-m-.. The audience waa quite ap;'recltt|ye Twintv two minute*, in one; four bow*.
S.i- ' a Jacobsea'a ylolin *o carrh-d the bous> that hr ws* requln d to play three rncor. * Seventi-en minillr'f. In one; live bows.
This was So; hie Turk* r'a ai-cond wet k jthe Palace, and ahe waa as warmly reretr. d a ev.r. After alngtr.f many of her song*, a; : eft* r answering two encore*. Mbs Tucker ca:l ·! on some I'M-al tah-nt. Pxplaloing that - . was going to open a caliaret aud that wished to try out some entertainers she h  **-ei.r*-d. ahe Introduced a "blueablower", a 1: 1singer and an eerentrle dancer, all of w . m were yery g.iod. Twenty-neyen minute, full; two encores, aeyernl enrtsins and a bum h of l<ow«.
Jark TVmaliiie ke« ps I I* andlence In re.train -I laughter every minute he I. talking. The on'

is the c.ase with a number of comedians very good nevertheless.
Harry Roye and Billee Maye, with Margie Finley. Const.ance Cowell. Penelope Rowland and Evelyn Joyce, closed the first half In "Dunce, Color and Speed", one of the classiest dance offerings that ever showed at the Palace or any other big-time hou>'e. Harry Rove is credited with contadving and staging the act. Several producers of musi. al comedies might w.dl take him into conference and let him sT.nge a little dance routine tliat will supply a powerful spot to their show. He has the tine artistic touch of a John Murray Anderson plus considerably more life. The lighting effects, the way

retann the laug't*r I* ri'-rtralned 1* that t'.fans are afraid of missing nomethlng. It !«every ap{M-arani-e of b*-iog entirely original lie nev. r ti ll* old storle* When he la taiklng yon w.indiT why he wants to dance, but wie-n he dances you And that be la e<|nally adept a' that. Ilia dancing la excellent and mn. h of It a;<peara aim to be or'ginal. Twenty.oDe mln'ile*. In one; two encorea, three bow*

the dances are arranged and the cast select»Ml is worthy of any proilucer on `'Husk" O'llare's (Aislno (Tub En.em'>h. a

Broadway. Rillee Maye has oceans of personality and dances d. lightfully go<^l nlne-pb-ce archestm, played a few of th-

in her own clever style, while Roye hims< If is a mean versatile stepper of prpular- dance nomUTs. Van I.ynn, violinist.

the first water. Miss Finley and the rest of the d.incer.s are al--o above tho I* the dlpytor. They were recalled for two

average in graceful talent. Will be furtlier reviewed under "New Turns".

em-ores, during one of which Mbs Tucker and

Marie Nordstrom ojiened the seconcl h If iu "Entertaiuiug", diversified Jack Donahue h* Ip*-d out with a little extn

materiel, by Frances Nordstrom, who li.is written cono de. burl.--que. dramatic entertainment. 8eTente*-n minutes. In full; four

and human-interest bits, all sold to the b* st j>os-il)l.> adv.intago. Either the cnrtalas.

AL FLITBE.

of the week. Of the sextet Bobby Mctsan, the offering is short and sweet or MLss Nord-trom has the kn .ck of making the

American ice-skating champ., awoke the most

enthusia^m at this afternoon's show. The

others found the going easy, each scoring

nicely on their respective merits.

Roy and .Arthur opened with tlieir plafe-

smashlng. comedy Jiiggl'ng turn, which cl'iked

from tile start. Tlie antie< i.f the eoniic evoked

a generous amount of laucl.ter. while t' e

straigict scored a n* at hand on individual

balancing feat-.

Rinaldo. "wop" character violini-t. tlddb-d

hli way thru the second s].ot to the aecom-

jianiment of appreciative apliliiit-e We have

no doubt hut that this chaii is an ercelient

musician, but he u-es a hit too miieh Imiw to

I bring out the liner ton.al <iualities of hi« Iintru-

' meut.

Van and Ternou. mixed double, next kept the

laughs com ng thick and fa-t with tlie'r snapp.v 'atter. An ea-y-working duo tl.i- They top

tiff tlieir eoiue.Iy witli a hit of song that drew Well-merited apjirobation.

Tl.e liei;,.- .Montrose llcviie, four girls and i«

man. followed with a conventiouiil rout.ue it

-IsM-ialties. the feature of wl.ich was the

natural comedy xtork of the featured niemlar.

M -s Slontrose has a real sen-e of I'otuedy

value-, and she knows lr>w to put her stuff

>'\er so that every gag counts for all that it's

werth. mil tlieu some

Prank A. Burt and Myrtle I ·dale next

one...,l a n.iitine of giitar and ft 1 f»- sp. da'-

ties in I.. "III M'd witli laug i.ahl*. *nin f(Jy and

cies*r - ppillg of til*. *.'·<·'.ntric O'r.It ·r

The

ail'i:..*!!.. !ik<d i!...m limn*. n-i.ly an il  I'.J I .* b't tli*.in go.

1 re-

B '.'..V M.-I.ean and C'ompa ny h-. -tiK ' t t!i.- p-.l ..I.mg- to a clo-e with an  ·X h ti- n of - p..id

and fan. y .k.iiing tii.it hrouglit a h g liaoj

from the -;i irt fans out front 'ti le an ; refai-e-

bis exl.iliii on liy a short movie showing him

copping th- ehampionshp on Amerii-an and

foreign rinks,

ED HAFFEI..

time fly. The act running about fifteen minutes, it is prob. bly the hitter.
Clark and McCullough, l.jst of musical comedy, did two funny .sklt.s, one of them h> i;,g tli.* ` Int*a vii-w , in wliicli .'i w< man repoi'. r do.--; str.light bv way of interviewing tlie n.median tramp statesmen. Tim se.ond skit. "The path Between", is fane at i's best, with an unusu.illy funny siiuation result¬ ing from a crowdi-il hotel, witli a baihro..<n between two gue-.t rooms. The high si>ot rf>mes with the liii^liand of tin* woman gu<-t tinding our frbmd from llte other room in tlie tub. making beheve he is tiie plumber in effort to get out of tbe cempromisipg atmosphere. If the re.-t of the show )i.i,i been terrible, tlie iiatrons would still think they got tlieir money's worth.
Donals Sisters, ladv acrobats, closed tbe show with .a nifty routine of handbalancing and other stunt.s. Tliey worked as smoothly and surely as an oldtime male team, going thru their most difficult feafs witli utmost ease.
M, H. SHAPIRO,

Grand O. H.. St. Louis
(Reviewed Sunday Mxtinee, June 29)
Putlie Newg iinj otl« r plt tur* i,
ci.iire and .ttweid o,.. n.-d tlio Mil witli a ii'.vi-Itj- tunilil'.ng art. 'I'lie wonun did a  » ..r hit of Work s tiie wan-rrow ai the i,,;; on i.g and -liow#`d tiiat -lie r.in fake imnl kiio, Uh .n tiif tomfoolery tliut followed Twelve ni n a in four; two l/ow-s.
Wriglil jii.l I>onj:l,i-, m.in and wirman < I I j -oiig and il.tii.-e art ' in nrie" f.,r I-u ui n .1rrliring on one letw.
Wm. M'.rr.iw and Conifiany. a tcH.I Mile I t tliat d'. ri... I'., aiqirohat.on i> f. Mr. Iforrow u-i-'i tliri-e old mitJir-i--`.s»-ven .t.- ' ", "I.iiizii nz Sonir-" and "W dding (h-lN Are Rlne tiif"--iilit put. tln-m ov.-r in hi- ..iva -'·li* Tile 'etle lad.v in tie- aet, a roii.lnir h.t of yoiitiifal fe-niitv, I- a liiff n-iw-t Twelve minutes, in one: tliree ho'.Vx.
The Original Tlire.- Blank., a really xood novelty JngKling u't that la full of |{o<j<l tbiiigt.

One Woman, iwo men. ri> r<*n mln'it*., full Tftrt'p wt`ii i-:irn«'d intw*.
Bill 1  ih. In j'l-t a W-sl-in makeup .ind
quite ord.nary ..nirins and talking Tw.lv.tn'nntes. In one; one teiw.

M'.rrls and Mae Itiiniplio t. with I ·· Ki. ifhtof i:.e Harmony It.ind. J.ine Prune . ..n.lm-l iiig 1 s Is t'.e feature art and ahotild le- T l>. I d luis live re.il mnsle.an-. Th*- rliiiinnier
or-r two nuinlH rs with a p'< a- ng v Ire. wli.Ie Ml-- Pr.yne p!.-.-i tin tr mii-r-t a-.d w il- r eo-iiim-s w. II T d inrIng of Mor-ls ami Ibiinphn-y Is o rv gr.ieefni and t'eir apje «r an -e go d Tl.e .nllre art |. ateiv- the «rdl nary Tweniy rn'nnt. - .pee al «.i · le ry In fn'l
' i.'r ; f.,iir I. >w-

llap I arm 1 iiiel I'l.irmr*-. II»* |. t v.-r*

·  r . -ii-'rr loio.'.lan »lio

· p« hia aodl.

erne l.siigliing rotil niially. ^hl^en>e. a niilirr

llir'.'e. hilt g.eel l.eik.llg. Wrinian. make, a g'MMi

.1-- -tani Slilren mln.-ie.. In one; iwo l.iw-.

N'.lihi, lh>- Titan baiii, Po- ng e.in-'.l. of

one well-forrnr d worn.in with Oo >il.| .| i of

·rlotiires on the -.rreen le-'iind ler. Ten inlil-

ute«, special In two; two for.id h-.w-

ALBERT DWIGHT.

Majestic, Chicago
(Bwviewod Sunday Matiaos, Jane 19)

Planning and Gla-a opened the new bill. Mm

and Woman, wire artist* of tinitsiial altalnm* nt--.

An aerial darn ing a* t of rare mi rlt. T* n

minnti-a. full stage; tlir*-e bows,

Ceroo ami Mmo. with violin and coDi'erlloa.

nre sbownii-n of flnl.h and exp<Tl<'nce. Both

work In I h.ira' 'er*. A I went »ii*ing. Ills'ly

worth wMIi- T. n mini).*. In on.; Ihr*-e lew

Ihivld . n s Or* ht .Ira I* mad* up of excrih ni

lii>triim*'ntall.ts. The n|>*.ning. with singing «if ''K'-ntii* ky lliime" b* f..ri- tli** i-'trl.iin rl». >. 1-

flat. Bimlimn I'lilii-r .lug or play will, a* Mm Isrth T!.* - plsy well. The mail wlio g* ii.-r

ally t.k*-» 111., hud Is a g'.sl comedian an*l

Hh..wm.iu. .\. I N mu.I* ally strong. Twenty

iiiiijiilis, full stag*-; two I..W-.

I*. Ilnv* n an.I XI.*., I i-t*- i v* r .> ofb ii. work

In rhai*. I*.r. a. usual, with a straig! t man

Tl.*.lr noli-* n-*. tilwsy. i>iii. Ili*.iu or* *· Uimlv Nlm'*.ii iiiiilut*.. Ill oil*., Ihr*.*. l***w *.

J* in llo'i|,.||. I.iiirl*. colli* .li* nil*., w iS rill'.

a -.11-.'..II. Slie Is g.MsI oil*.; f. ..r Ih.w *.

Till luiiiiil*.s. III

I', g M li.l.'.li II...1 ('..iiipniiy, the*... iiieli a I

two g'rb. l,,i\e n *1.111 lug lo i *.f sup. rior p.irl

Th. I'. .1 Me I. p. rf. . 1 Hiiil sp. . .ly III a il.gi.-

.Slngiiig Is mgli.ill*. 'll,*, f.Mil .link b a ro.i

.\ 1 I- w.M *li- .-. .| T. II iiiimi'*.-, full -I

sp*.. Iill *lr.i|.. ||.| ilr,i|>ei|i s; Ihr. i* biw -

I'r.iik It. Vo*, i.p. IIS slow, wIMi pl.iiilsl. Hill work* up I* h.gli pr*.BSiire. M..ug* ami roiio-l'

niiiiiolog Til*, p. iiil-l also aIng. Plfl*.* ii m i

111*.*, Ill on*., tlin e Isiws nml i ii. *>ie.

"Girls of III,. MHIinl, H*' Is ail a* rial .iii.l

iron liiw pi*'-* iitalloii. wIMi Iwo girb.

T *

d*i lli*.lr w.irk w* ll, wlth<iiit any m w f*.aliiii'*

Ten luluiites, full al.ige; iwo Isovs

PRED IIOLLMA.N.

.1-4- 0 ^ A

JULY 5, 1924

Xlie Billt>oarcl

Proctor's 23d St., N. Y.

Palace, Cincinnati

B. S. Moss' Regent, N. Y. '"'"'Th back^m vacation

R.fUwrd Mond.y

Jun« SO)

(KoTitwad IfoBdar Xatlnac, June 30)

(ReriewBd Thtiraday Eveninf June 36)

Xe,, Vork. June do.--Frank Wlrth. prrsldrut

r, , p. t.on i.*rH< iilar l.otit !'' ritider ll*>.

,, I ,«·

l>lll *1 'hr Twriilr-Tljlrt Sfr.-. I

,1 I,.tv.' llttlr i'la-tl «t U O"! np to Mir

,tanilarj of this house, but three of the eight .hown slaiiiling up as l.gitlmste h ts.
Th.-.' «cre Kli.lii .Morris. Jo»` Marks and ( oiii

r and Mcl atighlln and

''he rest of

I'l otoplijr; "Wlfr In Namr Oiilj".

Tlir lii"Tltablr opt-nlnK

f. ;i l.» N-vUdlie

aiiil I*hltll|Hi, wbu iip;'.'ar..<l In limit i.i; ·oI'sl -

f,,f thelr IntnulU'torv i.f ulat Is tt<o»

f,,

They dluar'l tlic r. <1 loal-. h.ils aiin.dd

whips ami l.e.k natty in white sat' uu

i.^. r. iw. and )«. key 1..-.. for their fa.t-exe. ul. d

-

V.Ti ny <iulntet of a.a'.I . iipa' le and of

higt--tim mer material. C«mtiiieedd'-. , d..iimn'Ilug. singing

andd DDOoTT. .Ilty tii.-'-Mnsi eompprrll--..-' tie- s» how, wliieh

iIs, eeexxxccceeelllllleeennnttt fffooorrr iiitttsss .-s.>i>ree

iI>t it Sisters and

iiii..m umip|p.uuunnnyyr pprrooovvviii...lll...ddd aa ifI'·alatt w wii-'.e' uoTerlng. the

,,g rli«s wwoorrkk InmIgr ffaa--ftt sanm n.dli graa..-.* f illly, doing a

v.,rlety of danc - and mh. r moeltl.-s. They

of the well-known Wlrth & Hamid firm, lias just returned to his desk from a short and yerj- restful Tacat.on which he spent with th.Ringling Ilros. and li.irniim & Ralley ClrcU'. During his vacati.m .Wirth visited the Tarious ,,,,rks and fairs in the vicinity of the towns «l.ere the sh'iw was idaying and returned with over $.'5<h<kiO worth of cWlraota, Including the

. ;| was es-eiitiaiiy smaii time. .'I!.O' and sVolt presenl.-d an act with a I..I . fish .-oli.r in it on the oiwniug. From a .ii~ii.l o' . Dteiiainnicnt the a. t l« an act I:. > n !s> far a* the stepping l.y M. Ili.r Is ...n ,.:r ! I he singing, hagpllo" playing and talk
n. til mark hy a lu le.
It irrr Iwlw n. w ith an uuhill. d lady at the ap|s sri-d tn tile se. imd s|K>t and sang a
r.iuiiiie of |s.p. nuiuls ras. the Im'»sIi of wwlliilli.h,. altlhlcui t WAS sui g toiMo> slowly,. hIwa'ing "M.'roory ll,,aaD n..'''"'.. 1» w n has a husky liariiuDe vol.e, hut !· a

,,,,

,, ^

i||v|,l.d lietween the ni.tn and w..niau and lo Id

ii,i.r.«t. Flv* uiiuntea.

|.,|

^,^1 Ja. k timHlc. in l .w .oiii' d.

di,are g well-niat. li.d team .'f hla. k fa.-.-

f,iu«t,.fa and acoird a big hit w th dialog that

11. i>led the ri'ihllillea of et.n the most

fastidious. Must uf the pun. Ii lines are cn-

tru-t.-d to the elongat' d f. Ilnw w is. tuiinrsoii-

ai.-as a Negro tfr>vlng tlo show knowledge In Ihnis la. k of knowl.slge ^m Tin Ir dlale. f uiann..-'risms amii'li makeup are the n.aresft lto the real thing

,,.,,..i,irted th. Ir a t l.y .h.ii.g th. ir Uniil stunts

l .r.-f.iot, mcnti.inliig fli.it i .^r w j; ,1* Jq Taiid-ville -o i'. rfonn tm

ti.e only

Itrenuun and Itul.-, s< ngw-Iter-rongsters, till' d l.e s,.('uod sJAlt with t'.eir Well-klloWD Style Of nging, the latter a. ' "iiipnii.v ing at ti e piano as well. lu a.I'lit.on t., new. r -ongs they r.ing s. me of tl.elr i-M ni inhers written by them and in collalsirutlou w.th others.
.A\p\|>aarrttDnii»e'Dnt.tfsi t.too lII..»'.it ., i.l,looDn*e* l,l*.,yv a.i rcaa'^st.t ooffs t.tuh. frYeee
'w'"i.tiuuecn and a nun. Is a lvaarriiaaltm ion of tin- badger

entire season's bookings for the Sea Beach
I'ark, Itochester. N. What with entertulniug and being entertained.
Imth oD the lot and down at the cart until 2 a m., getting up at 7 a m. and motoring to the next town, Wirth reports a moat restful vs'-aflon and declares he needs a holiday to rtiover from It.
__ _
CCLLEE^^ M MEENNTTSS BBAACCKK 1^ NNEEW W YYOORRKK
Nx^eww TYuork. June 28.-- --LLeerroo.v Clementa, pnllaay«*.

:i -Iff In Ihe dellv.ry of hi* materUl,

,til,iat thta writer bha«s ev.-r s.''eeDo. IBhoith ate graa-'e. k'»'ue, worked by two iNters who u-e a ruse wright and H-e author of several aketebes now

The ll'.wsr.l tilrls ..ireied aoiae f. ally dlv. rt- ful houovfer*a and fuor au eu..'nore oufftenridd au

them in r- ii.iiig furnish.-d flats. The play.ag Jn vaudeville, returned to New York

g *1 r at sli.uts »D a revolving npiaratu* hui g .'"'.eenntrii' dance that marly ato.ii;.j-'eed the sla.w. k'I* advertise the apartments for rent anil last week from the I'acitlL' Coast, where be

Their feature Was Inio-jaw w.-rk, b.ih siup.ppyy tw rling plj}~d an linpi'riaul
1l e a tI shio'Uulidt have UIn-., on In the o0i|iMeD-nlil>i.g >,M| iDDss''..'asd uof th as far down tIhe bill.
E.idJa Mortlias1 s-llaaittteetdl tthhe. tIb.baMll ooff m miirrttlhi rroollll nnga w.lb b.r I.mviy off. ring of character imngs. eu. b <f wbl'a hr.Kight la a full meaaure of approval via rnibus.aslic |«Iai whacking. Her act was
a Ilelighl la every way.
J.w Marka foilowed la live footpath of M -i Vligv a and cleaned up aa l.ig a hand aa tlw v ita luua little character songster got. The tem-
. applause wh.h de.cnd.J ui.m Mark.' licie of h..k..m ... not wJiy for J.*

Wl.sl a ps.-k.t of foolligi t strength these f-1-

lows W w.uiuui.l Iw In mliu-iirree!l*sy. rtsievroateen minul. s; three Ilawiws.

The raram- unt Four Is one of tIhe h!»>· st m.i.!l.*

'v<is" «a·l eenn*.** m nillb..llh,. *s* Itt..i. aappiiass--aarr bb.. rree iInn aa lIo'.inigg

"''I'

TThh..yy oo||»-nn w wiitthh aa hhiuim moorroouu*s ddrmunk

n mts-r aanndd tthhee imiieerrrr m meenntt wwaaxxeess kkeeeenn Ithhrru-

oi.t, stop.ppiinngg tthhee sshhooww aatt IImwfthh pp.irrffoorrrmaaann.c-. s

ihi, afleroooB. The memlK-r. -how other ac-

.ompllshmeuts, tie- has. singer g.-ttirg big ap-

pl.ose for a s,»-.laltv dsn.-e and the others

are rewar.|.d with he.vrty -ri Uu.e for a liv. ly

n"">hal treat with two Unjos and a violin. I .Meen minute..

"'e" · couple call to see the nsim, msDnge

*" *'*

 ·.·mprouiising position, re-

suiting In him slguipg the les«e at a round

rsiiir-e the ruse end of the plot Is I** ·'cret until ti e ftni»h. and the com. dv 'hruoiit I* exceedingly eb-ver and entertain-

'o

* h gher gra.le than most com-

"'J *ketches of Its kind, laivlng le . n writt. n

^

Lind-ay. Linda

<'-rBon. Helm Mayon. Jan- Mer-dlth and I...uls

·'"''"·f v-omplete one of tics.- ca-ts that s-em
·a''"-m «Iluutteellyy iji^errffeecctt.. TTii.llss ccoom mppaannyy,, wwee bbeelliieevvee,,
is the second to be put out In the Bkit since

`h- original went our a f-w weeks aco. The

pag gpent the past three montlki. He has writ-

,,.n some vaudeville sketches during bis stay

on the West Coast, and stated he has lined up

a numbi'r of picture stars for tours In vaude-

vllle the coming sea-on. IInn aaddddiittiioonn ttoo tthhiiss., CClenieofs contemplatea
prr..Msliluiic'iinng a mu-ilcciail coonmice,ly In a-sociatlon with J..hn E. Hymer this fall,

^
DOROTHY RUSSEELL ARRESTED

A Attllaannttiicc CC'ttyy., Russell CMlvIt.
Rusao ,

-NN.. JJ..., JJ,une 28.--Mrs. Dorothy daughter of t'"hee »laitee uLiililiiaaaa
k" *

, IKI. a g si .leal uf It tor hi. cm. i, IT.".- .:-l Hume distinctly pl. a-ed with

· ^r-^o-Sh laughgetter.

plaint of L H , T  k

f

Z

I--, who had the mn folk. ag..g w.tb · i.n a.I Ihe wh.le .he was m the stag.,

, aid H rmlaguam sold dan-e steps ai.d

J' « jt A|i-ar.'.| lo U lUt la' s. at lej-l

·n I. .r'.ff.rt. gt

not a.M-.th.r

a 1 1 m.i.l ,e..i uaderiy.ag ibe.r n-u-

t'lur fru t i .an Ihe ra.liral

«: i- 1... Is. II l'U.;i i-n iis foundation and .

s.* !:v ug lu -Ui.J up B-m.y lo short. K.i y

ssl r- 1. is' aiu iave ti.e

but not ii.e

'Ual eu wn.i h to Use them to best ad-

vcBiisr

mirth and m. holy. the ir...n creating the la ighs for the most ra't w ! n h. ,.-1- about his

1 xjw-efl kn.'s w ' !e w-.iring ridi-'ul'-na feminine

rt-itine of the otii-fandirg and mo-t ap-

If-iateff It.,,,- In I'e ,,t 1- a r-marksblv

vvell r. nU. red Imlfation of a sw.et potato and

»

aelectlon by the girl, who wore a

< I...v knlckerh-. ker outfit and show, d a pair

of 1 r* under blue hose that w-.uM make th.-iie

s.. sllid i fixe winners envious. The male

dr..« · In g -a! taste and has a g-Kvd stage

pr.sence. Thlrteia Itlnntea; three bows.

Shelton. T.vler and S'larples in "Monkey S!!i m Ii. - t,wtwoo orf the men doing refnlneod hnoboo coffi.dy while th" th r.l did straight, stayed on for twentv minutes ,.r mm-.re. gathering laiuugg ss eevveerryy m miinnuuttee ttih.eeyy ww.. nn-- oonn.. TThh--llrr
geg- at times come unu-ually fast and there is sufflelent variety to the material to malntain the momentum thrumit. FFoorr tthhee eeaarrllvv part of the act Ihe stra ght Is in the role of
aa reiH.rter iInterviewing the tramp statesmen.
touching on lime convention topics. The latter part la taken up with tie straight doing an

non-

^ ·

. _ _

-

to M'S.-;. At

'''1 '·"e was tWrty-two

hu-liand was part owner

' audevill.- Cirm t. She w., appearing at the Jack o r.aintera Cabaret on the

Garden Pier. She plavs the i-ello and sings.

NEW YORK THEATER FIRE

-s._: ,r.. i,, ,p..
Chatham Square T eut.-r d J s' ght dam .g-
·;o.,.|.,.an ...n of

M HiiIlas..sKMi.nn ttuuJJ EEvvssuuss ssiusrrlivvdd oouutt ffoorr.. hhuudd-li*y b'jt wuuud up au-p'.u.'Uily. At least that «a. i;,e aud-ce.' rra. iioB. i,, n,,,, 1 ttle

Harry Keesler preseata an act call.-d "Broad-
way B la and Hits", In which ainging and dan.-Irg .re .tvout e.|ually dlvld. d. Mr. Keesler and

EnogfUUddhhman of tlaa- elfTftemmllnnaate t..v'i,i.e. Thev cc'looawe w wiitthh ssoom mee haarrm moonnyy singing ®of com.dv'
OOffffeerriinngg Iiss aa tC.laarrkk aanndd M MccCCuuIlIIooggbhpprroo--

proprietor, gave f ftv patrons of the theater passes and got t - m out -afelv Kr.men extinguished the blaze In short order and

oatr.bu'.oo of talk, xiug and dan-r. It sought a charmlEg girl of prima d-nna type form a duet ductlon.

the patrons return.d to the theater.

ta iiirai ate Itself Into the audiences* favor at

t»» out-. I thru a vampalgn poster of ".kl"

tk wbi-b buag «a the street drop u-ed. ITie

·tual wuiki-d griaf.

.viming lo rigbt

for renditions of "L.H'-k for The Sliver Llaing" and "I Found a Fonr la-if C'ov.-r and the Next H<y I F. nad ^ on" In a manner that was des.rving of all the applause they re.-eived rwo sIH-.ialiy dancers perform In gra.eful style and

Higgins and Bio.-som. with Hora.-e Bentley at the piano, cb.sed the show in a ver-atlle dance routine that pleas-'d to an unusual de-
The act appears to be Iw-tt.-r costumed j^d the sobis are different

* PEPPER _ IN HIS EYES
'Ne. w' York, June 28--.-ksl.obee.rst oSiteeiinnubeerr*g,. ^·"devllle agent, cauacu the arrest of bis

»*· sung Ihe entire assemblage was for Me-

UugkI.a sod Evans with all Ibeir m ght. M .ss*

Lvaat

a del'chfitffuulllly p'eea.ssiicg voi.e,

rtrar ac ail tioirs m ruauuiciiaatltluuu.

.Irti.ur MllU-r and I'omli-^aaayy. llaa _ ssilnaggi.nng. aanudj

dll. .Dg f-'V i.r, cb-H d

M Mi.lll',.Vr'ss CctitM JM^nO,ia«iany nyy rn*i'.i.ii.i-

iivis uf leur girls, two of whi.-ra dout>-l>e for ll.e

y.tta snd offer a f. w .ta--ssiicc asnd Jaxa saelectllionas.

Tb* daa, bg and slii»-tt.g

.

,,

p

al.l. .

. lu

. al;l.

was

not

iiff.

W ff.mLuuye time fl, "w' i1| rgc *,".y" . p,v`.id.a, audi-

of 0.4 tixi d**mtDdio( a cooipl**! art* run

ap tfaiORl

XOT ClULKTXU.

Lafayette, New York
((W Weeeekkss eeff JJuunnee IISI aannidl M J0>>
= .»V W \t IiIum..ao hba. tio.i,.i*g '-e. II kiull.wwii,i. io.r imikBi>SeH«n. a..s the hi,i.-|lHia.u....l| ,,orf M \lAa.i.m,.- sSmm..lhb. tllh.e tS.it -.-rr..d«| wwaornni.in t,o. mak-. sa ..*.nng r.-coor'd. TU« l'i' ail ov.-r ifkc..ww H. . y ha- e. nnii.-rrxx'-.l nl-i
tbe* I Brllght un bhlias lmueerr ls aa*. a pi.hIu. rr. Hlie ··-*.lr bli*s del.ui a*a aa prolii.-rr by |ue-. nting
· » fe in as rbver tn.l ruteriaining a rent#
' *> grai-ed the hiwrds of the Infayette T'irisstirr in a tong time.
r e piogrtm Wat la two |iaita. the arst a

an a-- ompll.hed girl serves at the p ano. Elec, n
minutes; three curtains.
J"* -Ihr n-r and B Hy Fitts.mmons were a riot
of fun with ihelr act entitled "The Newsdealer",

**

'*

"

,to his rut,w crhhaarrscelt-r (vartner with happy ree¬-

sults. T1,hey sang "....knni,e Rp ooney.".. ·.'.Sjwi-e.t Ss xv-.

,t-.*ena* ''·

and

other

ia old

soii..ggai

m m-aarr*lli y

f-rgoo.tf'ttte.non,.

nwh.huiihh^ wykerrret .I»nadeeda .rr«-linli*s>bub.'*da4,. itul.«e* »s/.t(r-raaii-igguhotti m ...a»on

JP ,',-,essing · round, mujsical and ^cullured voice

The rulw rharacirr was exiellently done and
tile lui|H-r>i.nMlor's exit was a del.iioua piece of
humor, as was his d.in.e f.-r an encore. Sixteen
niinule*; thr-e l«>w». The (a t that the audience stayd en ma-se
and applaud.d entliu«ia-tb ally until the BbaI
.iirfain wa- rung down on llie K.ynolds and ls.i..s*n t-.niiwny * sufli. i.-nt tr.hut- to fie
.'.ract.c ot :.t. rtv.-rii. tii ;r.tit.-I The Ihr-e
g - arc da nl ly dr.-s-.d f-r t:.-.r sja. .. * nuMlo-is iiul a- a, h nu nil'- r a.-iiiitt.-d h. r-. If
lu a .omnien-iab.r way mi-ut'.-iu uf naaies Is
»"l*i flii"i.s. sicn.' Is slu*!, but It would N- InJii-i..e not lo iii.nliun the unu-ual al.ility of Hel'-n K.yu.'I.I-. .-n.' if tW most graceful and a.civy fai..y ound frf.ck skat.rs the writer has v''r > > a Mr. Ibinrgaa .Uow.il arlNlry uu

,he usual run. For the clone they do a fast jjaax,,i dance In daring costumes, bio.th

girl, working together with great precision as ^* .IjIi''aa*. In graceful style. The act Is getting

,,cut and above the average run of al-ter acts, Ml-a Higgin, formerly had Natalie Bates for *a ppaarrttnneerr.. BBee.nn,ttilleeyy, aatt tthhee ppiiaannoo fwfiilliilleedda IiIunn tthhee

Inil.irrvv..-vIlia

with _

piasnMo

s.a^oloos......

and c

xa*r>l-'i'iv*rvvp-laoyed·*

a-companimcnts for the dam-es. S. K HYES.

Keith's Hamilton, N. Y.
CReyiewed Thursday Evening. June 26)
Gi-orge Ji'Hs. I toi'Pi d a not-to bc-raved-over .11 at this house the last ball in bis two
- Mama at a French Elay" and "Go
jB..:,i ^k Home"., tbHi'-tt!h, of w wlitlci-hh ociccuiippyv separate sjot- In the liu.up, the former cchl.--sihnigg TThhee -k.t. -"M Maannii..-ai aatt aa FFrreenncchh rriu.svy"",, 1is, bbyy ffaarr tthhee l-lt.r of the two vveehhiicclleess ttuu wwhhiicchh GGeeoorrggee iiss
^ S'' Q.
JJ...«Ss..1l wwaass aass--..--ll..idl bbyy aa l.ooiiuuiiaannyy ooff ssiixx iInn hhiiss ccllooasiiinigg ssppoott aaiitt ;o. ..11 bbyy NNaann.. vv LL..--ee aanndd lL-iiBllilaanu PPrriiccee iinn hhii-- io.''lIecrr..nngg ""GGoo BBaacckk H Hoommee"',, which o-'CUpli.-il tiusrd ij-t-iiioii. k\ bile in Ihe nild«t of d-llM-riig hi- i.oke" sp.'is'h»ln this

Helen Steinb* rg. a model. I`''"'*** >"  t«shionable shhoop, tihuis weeka on a

X***^*^

7**''" Steinbergs are separated and Mra. 1Steia-

"*'

V* a* subterfuge of her

`u

" gua.rrddmiaunship of their nine-

.t^ea'r'-Oo'l'*d ddaauugghhtteerr., II'aattrriiccilaa..

R BBD RREEPIIIT TTR BBA AAD RRTT TGG'A OOlIItN NU/G Gx uH HrO ONM MkJE EP
_ New York. June 30.--Sigmund Breitbart, the German strong man, who has been apiN-aring in this country on the Keith Time, has booked pa.'sage for July 10 for home. He will return to this country in the fall to play over th« t'rphi-iim Circuit. W'.iile in Europe he will fulfill several £uro;>i-an contracts.

ASSAULT CA_ SE ADoJOxaUwRnNEs.Ds#
x,.w. York. June 21.--Thomas O'Brien, cal-aret manager, .l.-nl.d -barges of a.-ault brought against him t-y Bi-rtli.a White, sing-r. wla n be was arraigned in Magistrate's Court th's week Ti.e case was adjourned to giv.O'Brien op|H-rimi!ty to pnsluoe "imiortant wifn.-saes".
DIXSON AT GULL LAKE

t-· ..f land'-vllla a. ts and llie latirr a nviie

rrr--no'.ngx Maine Sm-ili, aupi-«ortt.d by a nuummUU-r
I pr B<- .'atU., IInI-,lIiIiI-,ling suur wbu haidl b.ra *»r» iIn the flr.T hlialf .\ n|i. i ip.yv an.l i-.r. iilvy

tt r fr.'-ip i.f as lb' ilH.rlsti-i- pr-i.de.l ibe vr Ai.il s.-ra 1-. .inn . aiol ll.iy .1-1 a s.- .l

I »e change, of altrs. live .-valunii s were

'' 't'l-.ll anil ll.rl-, man a .1 w.uuiu, i>|s ii. I

.! , "' e ·. I ,,n i.i a l iiigiiing slait.

III I,..'.., n

eii.-ori *.

..lid I'ri'derie Jolinaon, al ii w.,. Ill, SI. 1111,1 ..ffering .k m. ww
' ' ·*'11 of .'·tabltsliril arl..les, anil ihe * I · - mil,, .ut. .1 tl, ASi'iits as a reiuArka'I-'ile

Bg iiira w Ih a little singing. Eili.l - nsr

'<iiil..ii w,.| sell IJii '-t'·dtJ - '-*s .1. ., , iIn'b.r.y.

a-I lo a iviiHi m r. aIiI--I o. iH-ue. d to. a r. e-ipt'-.I'i'l.ii.

 "o'l III a yiHing not

'

P'l't. Ill nils has imitiMi, Bniwu. h0o.--I1

·s'" >.ri iffi.iiiely.

ilri *' '

"i meld.a and li.» dam .luUgg

sf 1

a iHtutifiil ilra|N with a .(U.iiIt.III

J. ' ' ''* ' ..r. .loiil.llng III llie "llutIywiH.ll

,

.

t! ,- I oluiiibla Theater That tills

" . .ti.iy

.al.iss' I.ilii-r I|uart»l of daa.'ing devils,

tl'V I tile wlo. Is and Inlroducid Ih,. fair m. nv *atn»dil t-o'lt.l i.-f tIh*e hoonooorr*t awarde. d them in
i.-nl-s'a lore and abioad. Th-rti.n m.n it.-- JIIM MIICIIE LONG.

"

g-.at daac.ng b.ll. vet n.i a. t nlerf.-r. ,1 w" ttlbh a "ili.r. Ihiy weiv ill h,.t

11,< n tb.- revue, an b>-iir of annllo.ve.l JJ.'Jy-

Maiih- Sm.lh apio-amt .u two groui-- of mMiiiiuu-

Is r-, doii a .me s.-rle- lu ev.uiiig ..v*.luiu.' .inm«l

as. n w Ih B.lly Hr

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M.' ', diiiir In chaiaci.r.

George I'.H.p. r, Jr, Joliuii.e N I ..ml Bo.-'.ii.bI.yy
b . l.l«. ildO.ers I xtiaord ns') ' ' iisle-* a*n"'i*l log, 1 her, wuikrd w th an-l lu-iwnn a .-.i--rrivii-'ss
of will-stag, d cl.i.ru- uuiiiIh r-

lIltuiltl-y Ma-oa lIin. U n. .- .I'v.rv . .-luine itni'*o'l*l*. ''.*1 t1i1..e0 prima duoBaui.a uum-s-r-. hi»I .11 vv.Il a- .i
"* '* sS UUss''II.... auIlhs<->' >la> a ii.iiuln-r w.:h Fr.-.l-r . .lohnii-son. wihno. ni.ik.'s aA nii--at Jiivriiil.'
Oth.eey Ii». lI-i, l-ec .'oiunii ud. <1 f-i h - aciiiui-i'ini nn sMe.l|l.-cdlilnng l.ili.iilt. Ibe . ar.'fii-u. s. ..f iho -lag iid an.l aiigiiin. nli. .1 or. h. stra .kuy .me wanting .i ...-piiilpo lett.-.l.u --lu.. a . -n oil J.iDcing. with ciiouaii

I'liuieily an.l mel.Hly to make It Inter.-i n..

sli.uit.l « e

show. The only t-g . I « In,-

latter offering. G.s.rg.-'s rh-toiical ability was
atli.s.'sed by aa man lina tIhe front row, who
yel'o,,d out loud enough '.Oo that it i-ouid be h-.ard all over the t'l.iteeuut.r:; "B.id grammar." J.-s. 1 retoit. d vv th a svv.ft ".Vli right, sue
Tb.- i.lli. r ad- on I'., l- l'. lu-..id. il .kiu«<«n an.l Nib'. 1* XI.' Fo..r uinl I'lir.- ai .l kVahl. tif Ih.'se Ibe ilowuing a. ri'i al <- iiovelty uff. n.l bv Day., and Wahl l-H.k lI - Ih-i. The aii.li.D gi^Klcd .xnit guffawi.l ilwi.-iit th.ir i-ntire ait. d---I'eiiilinK iilH.n tli. ui at li.i* fiiiis' with a l and of |.n>|Hirtlolls whi. h e. iiiiH-lb-il an enis>re. x.'llliir Dan- nor kVabl . .-.li a word In thcourse of th.-ir roultm-. ii >r ,1-. they so much
era. k a smile. Tlv s nmkes it api-enr as ti.-v H ey are ser ousi. Iry.iig l.i do an acroI'.iii- a. I l-iit lo.ike It-rr.l'li mistakes and f mibli's insti-atl.
.kiiinxi.u ,xtid Nile iv| I ni',1 the show ill what Ito'y l-rni a "Ir.-t- .al lU iiaiiTm. nt". They are
--ntivrlioaiat*. a.au and woman, wlnuie ImkIk-s n ..-' mn.-aarrly a* fl.--xxlIlNvle as that of reptiles. Th.-ilr pl.isli. ity |s b, si s'ilio.-vvvvii in an IinirniHliidioii bit .n v, ii.h I.v ar,- 'll. as. .1 In s'aiiis ,,f alligators bmI iii. ri r.-l ttie mo.i nii-uts cbarad.-ristic ot

Harry I.. Itlxuon. wvIl-»nowu muiiagir of magic anil other >hjvv?, writes that he la j si-eu.ling a nii.st enjoyable vacation at Gull 1 lark.-. In Minues-.ta. "Tin season Is Just open¬ ing up." he stat.-s, "and fishing la mightv g hhI."
FOX BUYS NEW YORK PROPERTY
« k .1S J.ini- ;;tt--.kunouucenient naiii i.l. l...la,v of ih-' piiril.ase b.e William F >s of one hie story a I four four sforv building111 Forty s. coti.l >:r. -t. b- tvv.'i n E.gbtl. au'i N nth avdiu- s. f.-r iuv.-stment.
LENORE ULRIC ARRIVES
N, vv k rk J.iii ;!0.--Lenore I'lric arrived (lutii Eur.iiK- a!>o.iril tbe LevUtban twlay.
lUigators were real or not. The offering wa* w ll received.
The Dixie Four f iriiivvisl this act in a routiii.o' Dixie an.l iH.pu.ar uuml>er'. Tin- colorvsl m.-uiN-rs of the quartet are real k.ugs of barmony, t.ut Ihelr rec.-pfion b.*rv- was not ^what

In-i-li .. Bianilcllo grou|v, baad.'.l som.' iii.we la, k ..f a pri.gtiiii. Hoik* he pr.-vi.|. - on. f-.r i". aiiii<litl-iau s< r. alistli-ally that sum.- jw-o- It has been at other houses wli.-ro the wnt.-r

'but wa* Jiial aa (a*|. It waa ana the sa-.xiud we.'V.

J. A. JACKSON. p e lu ti.e aiunilieiice were worrying whether tbe bas seen the act.

ROY CUARIIEK.

Old SolandJup. Pluvius Perform While Actors and Managers Play OffAnnual Golf Tournaments on Long Island Greens

WINNERS OF THE KEITH OFFICE TOU RAN M ENT--Harry Kemp. Keith booker, runnerup, and H. T. Jordan, manager cf Keith's Theater. Philadelphia, winner in the Class A Division of the Keith Office Tourna¬ ment.
--Billboard Photo.

THE N. V. A. GOLF ENTHUSIASTS--A group of N. V. A. golfers snapped on the green at the Salisbury (L. I.) Country Club, where they played off their annual tournament last week. The winners may play the managers.
--Photo hy Morton H*rTeT.

CHARLEY MORRISON--Keith agent, winner of the Consolation Prize in the Class C Division of the Keith Office Tournament.
--Billboard Photo.

PRIZES FOR THE N. V. A. WINNERS--The accompanying photo shows some of the handsome prizes awarded the players in the N. V. A. Golf Tournament.
--Photo by Ccntiiiy.

HARVEY L. WATKINS--Keith executive, winner of the Consolation Prize in the Class A Division of the Keith Office Tournament.
--Billboard Photo.

Billboard Photii

. ..- ^gl. '"'``aK

i 1 ll'WlI II

'-i

THE SCARECROW AND THE COW--Fred Stone, president of the N. V. A., and Joe Schrode, who were te.imcd together in the V.iudeville Artistes' Tournament. The former played the scarecrow and the latter
the cow in the "Wizard of Oz" twenty years ago. --Photo by Mortoa Usrrry.

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VAUDEVILLE NOTES

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CLOG DANCING
WITHOUT A TCACMtR Y<u Can Catily Laara Fraai Our Baok. ClAf OiAciai

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amateur and stage beginners
WONOtBFUL OPPOHTONITV. 'ot In ·oil II aiib mr imma.lUlalj
^ t I Kk- for lairtl'-ulata
HARVEY THOMAS STAGE SCHOOL
* >'» 51 r Vaa Buraa St.. Cbieafe. III.

AND VAUDEVILLF ACTS Large r .tileji Free. Make-up Ik. li. IV . 3
· np e Xri«, JXc; Mg II n'k i f X'aiidrtlilr inatrria), TV*, or d f..r all.
A E REIM.Sta E. Milwaukee. Wit.

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c* rtrrm ^ttrtthn^r rtHryfnhtfimmpprrrrsw sfuon tn/yot^use

memhine ointment

pr-' r.t t m.- XIl.'S BT KNI.Y' ·» m E'jropr.

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L» -r. .:r.-d frriin t^y OrpV-uta proply.

XIIiK ba- an j t !n wbioh hr !« fupportrd

a taiirpit.T of tMelrr. . . . SYBIL Y.XNE

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-· Aa»»i th-I'hllai  Barrti In arai

Madgr Kennedy

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a «t dv'utlc for '.. at. la '·V.-.-h tr «:;i AppoAr

n-\t srA*'a ... A N-nt flt i'«'rfor:uAn»v for

thr Prv'OA

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MU PEN SONIX MKUOVV. HVN\X PVM>

HAKUY AKST MXYP aa.I PEMNV, I WU

And kOI.K. JOE I.XI KIE. JK.: JAt K OS.VVK MAN. MOI ET rxUlSON, II.VUNES and I'ON

M AY. TIIEI M X EPWAUPS. IH'I OKI s VVK UIS. \IKi.INIx riEUSOX. KPPIE 01 IVKOUP. Iho UOTII t nil PKI N ni.I.IAN and ANNX. FLOUENOE MII.I S. UEUT And I VW MAUKS And ^ XN Illd li t OttHrulail't Tin- »l;i>» tt.xr

Arranc.a l>.r I AI UETTl' MOs.t of IIAKUY WAl.KEU. INO. EAUI. KIOKAUP tt.x- ni.i»lrr

of crmuonii'.
APEI.E U0IVI_XNP.

ni'w

touriiiic

Ihr

Or-

plii-um I'iri'ull. and M.MIKL KOIVI.ANP.

who liatr not apjsMrt'd tx'gi'thrr on tUo

!.i.xi:i' In M'trr.al jrit». liavo HrranKi-d (or a

M'rir> of Joinl rr>ital> on Siiiida.t rtiuinK'.

Ix'u.nnlnK aN'ilt tlir miildio of tVtolsT

Voi

ili. *i- riH-ltaU MABEL UPWLANP will il.. i». >«

I'oniiHly rharaotor akrti Ih-h aii.l .XPEI.E will oltor a niimS'r of l·o»llmlo sonu* l·«|lr^·lall.v ar

ranKi'il for thoM' ih-raaloiia. In addiliiui Ihoro

(t'onltniiott on pat;.' IT)

SXAGE DAIMCIISIG
TAUGHT BY
WALTER BAKER
NEW YORK'S LEADING DANCING MASTER Farmarlv Dancing Matlrr for Zirqtrld Felliae. Chat. DilliAgham. Lee & J. J. Shubrrl. Grerec M Cohan.
Fla. Ziaglald. John Carl, and Caaital Theatre.
900 SEVENTH AVE., N. Y. At 57th
WRITE FOR FREE BOOKLET B.

A FEW CE1.EBKITII WALTER BAKER:

Warllyna Millar

Fairbank* Twine

Nat Naraaro, Jr,

H»tn A Oirksan

Trada Twiar

Murirl SIrxkrr

Fluranra Wallen

Elt.x Pillard

,

Paarl Rryav

Grace Moaca Ray Oeelry

Gua Shy, athara

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EmythinKThis Season 1$ RHINESTONES

THE LITTLEJOHNS, Inc.
Ohi New Address. IS4 W. 4ilh Si. N. V
(S>tU ap^Mila Y I . .1.)
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SUCCISS OM NO pay Walt/. Twe Staa. tax Tiet On#.
Sira liiiaranlrrU ta All STAi'.l UANCINx)
Huik. Ha. Ckarii,. StAirl. Taeabat Work. I la., laucitl Oulikiv by P. J. RIDGE Amailra'i OrralHl Taachar,
OCC I'aia PItaat. Ckliaae, III. itaiup l.-r triUi. alo.

WANTED ) I Xaiilrillle Pen

lieu, iiie I'ranii, i ..iii.-dtan,, a->'

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JULY 5. 192)

NEW

TURNS and RETURNS riM'il froii) H flliiiN.v plot ill

nil KukU-Ii

prlii« I- mimI tiis < olort-.l t It lot mil nrt* siMrt-l. im

for lilt* fiMiiii (if '

I'Ini'*. Tilt* -`M'lur

Is n Uiinuiu f'|H* Ilf iitthir. tin'-III !n fliar*

DE PERRIN TRIO
Rt'i U'wcd Tuesday ajlcruooti, June 24. at the Grand Opera House, Xezu York. Style--Acrobatic. Setting--Spe¬ cial drops, in four. Time--Seteii min¬ utes.

second part in i com li'ina situation and le . Iti ...IVc er ^-od nano, marries her.
.\Iiho Catan.iiigh <-omes i,, I,i\c hls wile. Il¬ ls tonioiil'd by the lIo'ng!ii i;.it s|.i> i> Pi i a flirt. Nc gh-cl of her as a rc-nll of his leads Mora to bclicVt I at he dm-s not lo\c her. .She calls II her oal suitor in order to

:. i. i.stie lgi|Oiun I ; ...n

II i- th.' si . n.-

i.t the entire a.tion of lie n t, m-s* oi xvhieh

is of a Iriilj hiiiL'hai.h' -..ri, tin- bhokfaie

C. in. d.iiii MII'I'I.I ng I 1 ..esi.li r.ih;.. q ianl t v

i f ciiniedt.

Tie i-ii.. d.t d-. sn'l liansciiil

..oue", bi.t iicvcrihi .-s tr:. kits with laughs

111. I inter'i'cr-tig vim il s, l,ci oiis and dance

niinih.-rs eiirr.v the offer.ng a ro.,s to a fairly

Tlip I»f I'lTrin Trio engage in iiniiMiallT

tliffienlt gtnnKth i-xhibitions and endiiranee

ti-siH, the like of which this reviewer las not

vitnessed for -ome time. To the female mem-

la-r, who is of average size, inii-t go the

praise so far as strength Is coueern'-d. Siip-

jMirtiug the men tvitlmut anv a|ip.irrnt aid. a

weight of at least

isninds, site made an

immense hit with the audi< nee and was

showered with a heavy liaad. The two mules

IK-rformed numerous strength H'-rohaties in the

course of tlieir routine, iliniuxiug the act

with a s|>eed.v twirling stunt in which one

bore a heavy Wi iglit on Ills neck in addition

to the other two memlxTs of the trio while

liirouettiug.

The act is a crack opener, or closer, eapahle

of registering on most any bill.

R. C.

try licr liusband and the hU'hand, In-lcad ot passionately claiming lici as his own a- she e\ pc. I'd, d.'. oh s In gii.t her fr. chim by coiiiniitting suicide.
Saki, his .l.ipaucsc vald. aw.iti -f tic inisund) rstauding iictwccn husband and wile, seeks to bring them together. I.enrning of h;s master's eoutcmihited act. he informs his inlsHess. In a highly dramatic s-eiie s)i.' wre-ts tile revolier from IMvanaugh's land ju't in the nick of time. .\s lor Inishand rag*`s out of the room she falls in a faint .'aki. wlio has liecn watching the scene from In-hind a curtain tiptoes into the tvHitu. d scharges the reiidier. and [.laces the smoking weaiHui in hi« mistress' hand. Cavanaugh rushes lia.-k Into the room, gathers up his wife in hls arms and [Kiurs -ut his [ove for her. She quickly ri \ ives and all sign- [loliit to a "they-

g.-od hand.

The east nnmbi rs six and in.-liidi a In addition

to t e two niread.i named a vx-in.iu n ho plays

the pait of an llg.iidiau i>rlnet ss, a sisii-r team

and an..tiler man. The singing tif ''.Vrahiatinu" b.v the priiiia donna stand' out a- e\. epllonMlIy

I'h .I'.iig and 'Til I'org. t Yon", n which sinis Jolt:. (I hy the straight man, iiiiltresses one

as : .-11 g \i ry eiitt i lata ugly iloiie. The dancing

I'.v 111. '.'ter tiaiii anil I e shuffling of llio

hoofs ii.v the hia. kf.xti iitnnilian i' of iiied.imi-

ealil'el. C.o, \v li. n rcvp wetl. s,.|.ni. .1 to [deaso

the folks siiffielenil> The team ho ks grace

ami i.is, of m.tvi-m. nl, hut olln-rw 'c Is

sal ist.-ii lory.

"

l.xiilorer", llirii ami thru. Is g.sxl mediiim-

I me vaudeville fare. It will pro'.ahly find

litll- tlifflerlly in [di-.i'ing foil's in neighlstr-

1 is'il houses.

R. C.

VAN DYKE AND VINCIE

Rezieiied Tuesday afternoon, June 24, at the Grand Opera House. .\eu) Yorh. Style--Singing and talking. Set¬ ting--Special drop, in one. Time--Ten

minutes.

An a<'t of Iio.v and git I, enaettyl le'for.- a

painted drop of pietnres<jue Ittiteh land'cai'e,

the vaudeville merits of which are 'l.ouldered

b.v the male member, who jiossesscs a rich

voice and a decided talent at yodeling. Were

'.t not for his aldlity to entertain, the offering

would be nil as vaudevill« fare, the girl

possessing little, if any, singing voice.

The act opens with lH>y in wooden shoes

and IlolUndisli raiment singing "While I

Whittle on Sly Little Wooden Shoe". Follow¬

ing a brief intercourse of what is supposed to

be latigh-getting lines the girl sings "Walk,

Jenny, Walk". WUh her partner coming on

to do a yodel specialty, the act takes a

sudden lift from the boring to the entertain¬

ing, with the result, when reviewed, that the

audience handclapped the singer into an encore.

The gags anent the decorations on the girl'.s

dress are raw. vulgar and highly suggestive

and ought to come out before the act proceeds

further.

R. C.

JACK STERN
Reviewed Tuesday afternoon, June 24, at the Grand Opera House, New York. Style--Singing. Setting--In one. Time--Ten minutes.
Jack Stern Is a songwriter, author of "You Didn't Want Me Wl»en 1 Wanted You", a ballad, which has enjoyed but limited popu¬ larity. Stern cannot expect to get much farther as a vaudeville performer, .fudging from the cold reception he got at this bouse, where a routine of numbers of bis own composition flopped terribly. The first was a tune en¬ titled "There's More Music in a Grand Baby Than in a Baby Grand". In the rendition of this and other numbers Stern displayed i>f>or sliowmanship, delivery and vocal ability.
At the conclusion of his act Stern received very little applau-e. Tlis appearance was a bit against him also, being far from neat.
R. C.

ROBERT WARWICK

AND COMPANY

Xa "BONDS THAT SEPARATE"

A New Dramalet in Two-and-a-Half Scenes

Written and staged by Alan Brooks,

Author ob "Dollars and Sense"

CAST:

Dolert Cavanaugh . Robert Warwick

. Edith King Hei-tsrt I'rexton . Colin Hunter

i'aki, .Mr. Cavanaugh's Japanese Valet.

. H. S. Kurasaki

'I im*'--I'r<-sent.

< -lie 1--.K Part of a Conservatory During a lloiisc Party.

Scene

0>rner of I.il'rary-Living RiMun

ill Cavanaiigti's Hotise. Six Months Later.

Scene if--The Entire Library-Living Room.

Reviewed at the Palace Theater, .Vrtc York. Style--Playlet. Setting--Special,

in one and full. Time--Twenty-five

tninutes.

.\ well-written, well-acted sketch: a bit i.ilk.', but withal entertaining. It is descrllod Ic. tile author, .Man Brooks, as "a dramalet in i«o-and-a half scenes." He l.a« taken a w.-ll-worn plot and with a skillful touch here aiid tliere converted it into a diverting episo-Id-niesti.-, which should [dease two-a-day fan iniiucn-eiy.
'll- 't-r\Mi.!.t engaged to marry Herbert Pr--lon. iiieits Itoliert Cavanaugh, an eminent Mtttlior. and straigl.tway faile in love with him Sh'e cleverly contrives to cast off her Ix-trothed and trick Cavanaugh into marrying her. .She forces Cavanaugh to become the party of the

livisl i.uii[i ly-evcr-after" eutling as the curtain descends.

LEMI-; .v, ctiRDiiX Present

REDFORD AND COMPANY

Riiiezi.ed Inc.^day apternoon. Jane 24. at the Grand Opera House, A'cti; ]'ork. .`style--Juggling novelty. Setting --In three. Time--Ten minutes.

This a f draws a gootlly [arrlion of its hand on the merits of tlie nut eomo-al il. ' deftly mixed with juggling f.-ats by the clown mem¬ ber of the offering The straigM in.tn exe¬ cutes a n imbi r of comparatively d.ffieult juggling -tttnts with various: artich-s and pr.ives

himself a let of a musician :n the playing of

|Hi|inlar tcios \\:th onlinar.v tea'isHuis. The

comedy featur-s of tlie act are by f.ir the nio.s-t

entertaining, tho the Juggling itself is of a

commendable sort.

It will stand up well as an oixuiing attrac¬

tion on medium-time bills.

R. C.

2EV CONFREY ORCHESTRA

Reviezeed .Monday ezening. June 2^, at Mark Strand Theater^. .\'eze J'. rt. Style--.Vovelty orchestra. Setting--Spe¬ cial. 'Time--Ten tninutes.

Oonfrey has with him an aggregation of Whiteman musicians, twelve in number, all of them comp*-tent and .ibove the average. Thfeature of the performance Is two piano solos by Confrey. one being a medley and the oth-r his well - known "Kitten on the Keys" eomi>os;tlon.

Tiie rest of the [irogram is a iiopular pule lished number which opened and musical comedy song, "Limebouse Blues". They also

I'lay a ballet number. Confrey leads with the stick, with th- excejition of one of tlie "lot" piano stdos wlr n the violinist, who la al-o a well-known lead-r, takes charge.
Tile instrumentation of the orchestra is three saxo|ihones, two ttumpets, piano, drums,

banjo, tromlione. tuba and violin. The brass and sax. sections are Ixith versatile and hot at will, making the combination a fir-t-mte outfit for either dstue rhythm or thiatay

presentation.

M. IL S,

"EXPLORER"
Reviewed Tuesday afternoon, June 24, at the Grand Opera House. Nezv York. Style--Revue novelty. Settino-- Specials, in four. Time--Highieen min¬ utes.
Tile title ot this offering is no doubt de-

"APARTMENT TO LET"
.V Com .ly Pla.vht hj Llli.ilt Nugent and H.iWaid
Liuds.iy Stageil l.y Howatd L mbay.
c.vsp iiK cn \K.\cTi:its
(In ttr.ler of Their .([ip.-araneel ^ cr I Bake .I.linla Cation 1 artrel Branch .Ilel-ii Miivoii < lariee Green .Jane .Mereihtu Horioe Green .louis .Viiikh-r
SCBNI!--The Living Rotim of a Dark .\veuue .tl'aniiicllt.
Tl.ME--.\iiy .Vftern'Kin.
Re:iez>. ed 7 hursda\ ez eiiiiig, June 26. at P. S. -floss' Regent Theater. .Veze )'ork. Sty e--Comedy sketeh. Settii a --In two { furnished interior). Tiiife-- Tzeenty-three minutes.
This cieellent east is a number two e .mpany. the original one being compo'cd of .lanet l!. e. lier. O'.lve Wyndham, Viob-t Kemble Cooper and Harry C. Browne. Tiie story Is more or less a var ation of tho badger game w.-rked by two sisters who make a business of rt-m ng ai'aitnients at t.i'tly figures hy p.aeing on. of tlie two niarrieil ai'plieants in a comprontising position. It is one of the funniest skits [ire sent.-d in vaipIeviBe in m.iny mon'hs Tlic laughs are many and cometly of an unusual order.

AMAZON AND NILE

Reviezeed Thursday evening, June 26, at It. F. Keith's Hamilton Theater, .Xezo York. Style--Contortion novelty. Set¬ ting--Specials, in full. Time--Ten min¬ utes.

Amazon and Nile, man and woman, ennot

their contortion act in a '-tting which r. minds

one of the locale of the'e two w. il-kiiown

rivers, the .\maznn and tlie Nile. T'.iey give

added life to the tropical «urr.>nndings hy a

novel introdiiet'on bit in wt.ieh Ivith are en-

eastd in alligator skins and mo\. sb.iu' tlm

st.age, emulating the cnM-iNliliaii re|itlle so pr-r-

feetly that it had svune of the audtenge guc'sinf.

Colh.wing t..e Introductory stunt Am.izon and

Nile engage alternately in iiiim< rntis exhibi¬

tions of contortion, the man accomplishing ex¬

traordinary Ilmb-lH'udIng feats. Consider.ng

her robust bit Id the woman did a mini her of

unquestionably tin qiie bits, demonstrating l.er

liisly to be as pliant ns is humanly isi'slbl-.

The act is billed ns a "tro|iieaI enehanlment".

If received a veiy giMsI hand, when review.d.

mid Is a good deal lotter I'an most .·..nti.r-

t tin offerings now [liarlng vaiid.-vllle

R C.

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Xl^e Billboard

17

Summer Outlook Fills SmallTime Agents With Pessimism
Weather Conditions, Closing of Coffee-and-Cake Stands and Small Salaries Offered Acts Cutting Into Agents' Commissions

KRAUSE IS EXPANDING

Chieago, J l.ne Jll. I.ee KraU'e, of I...e

Kra.. Ine., 'nili o''ii.,n

1. ... I.nd

l!'iilding, iH Tsoi.all,' sii..er'i-.-d a <,\n.-'. at ..n

X'.i'k. Ill giiii. iig .1 i.ie s. in 111 r.irk"a.v

'I -at-.r. .M.l :,s..|i. W i- w .. . l.

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ii-ord- .Uni. a iiiril.itg r. ri-|...t- wa- ;t- g.,,.d

as the slai.d.-i d

-'...wI : :! i li Isiok tig

of tills house s..'..ral oilor p '.re holt' ' w.-re

isM.k..d iniiin dll'll

1..- i.lai-.l ni.d r tlo-

miine of S'm-oi a'o.n in.l .lie - W.-. k. Tin-

enli rininiio lit w. fu ir 'e ·!

:i · ..inpaiiy of

twi III'-five jH ople I'l-. SI.I.a.1.'- '.I... i.-d by Mr. Krarse.

BUiS.SOM SEELEY Is scheduled to o|ieu at

.M.niieapoli# July 0 to begin a route over ih..

· trpl.eiiin I'ireuit. . . . .M.XBHIE ftl.XTE.-;

will a!-.i niMke a t.iiir of the tlrplieiini I'ireuit

beg iinii g -Xiigii't

at \V.nnipi-g. I'aii. . . .

EKN'Hi i.tlLIiIiN and tlrcliestra. now- playing

at till- 'I. .XIpin Hot'.I Knof, New- X'..ik. are

ill-ending lo d.mlile in vaudeville in a n.-w a- f.

NtIKKIS and BKKN.xKD. '.ind'.'iii

and liiiil.-s.ine pr.slneers, imt t.n a lo-w r-vii-

for tlie .Xri's Inn, I'tiTHi street an.l Bri.ad'ray,

I. ist wci-k. I'll.- rlrui .. n-.t inti-n.l -oiiig in 'ir.'iig for the prodii.-tiou of tal'uret revii'-s. 

liowi-'er. , . . .si'.X.N ST.XNI.EX' and I'-imp.inr

Olieii'-d at Ko. kford. II!.. Sunday to play a

few ilati-' for rhe (irjili.-iiin is-ople. .x route is

Ni;\v YOKK. June 30.--SntuU-tiine am nt.x are inclinetl lo take un unut-ually

».mislic attiluile towar.l emnlitanis air.-etiiiK their bu.sines!* at the

pn .'. lit time, and the ouiltM.k for tlie .suinim r iiiontlis, whi. h tliey de. lare

t,, I..-

of the worst in ni« inor.v. Tla ir |ies'imisin is mostly ba.sed on iheir

.'\ m|.aili>'. an.'i;>'.l or yetniine, for th.- ai ts, small and biK time, now out of

u,.ik. ilie numlx r ef whieli is s.iid to be icreati r this .'umnier than ever before.

iHie to the natural law of siipidv ami _

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il. tiiaiid. sav the a»;.-nts, the.iter ni.majars i>itromzin>; their oillees are Kei-

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HALE HAMILTONS SAIL

a. ts at their own priees. tvliieh

j^u.. ~Mr. hmI Mr. Ilde

VAUDEVILLE NDTES

It i.iitin: · .1 fr..ni I'lig 1'.,

'nil lie n sk'-teh in "lli.h IhiIIi tl..- sister#

appear fogi tlii-r. . . . HI' I'.VI.IiiV. lue

linroiHan clown, wi.o letmii' 'o il.l- .oiin'r.v

in 111', fall ft.iiii .111 1 ng.igi no.'if in .Xii'tralia

and opens f..i Hie iirpi . .ini i ir-Hit lU s.m

Kram .'. ii tl.e wi . k of

i-nil.. r lit. lias l>. .-u

given a route whieh i-steml' to J'lly ·.'i). I'.i""..

o'er 111.- (ti id.i-niii . lid

Keith eirelllls. . . .

I

said to be pending.Itii: .SIT.I.IX'.XN.

known a# file l>o.v tenor ..f ('arson City, Kan.,

is ill New- Y. rk and w ill. ajifH-ar in vaudeville

sioiril.r. Ill- lias incii singing over the radio

r'-..iit!.v. . .

I.liW .sTBtirsK. formerly

ei .-.ni-.t d 'Vith thi-alrii al-trad.- pa|.i-rs an.l doing

Ilii-ate.. al press ag.-nr work, lias Joined the

staff of The N.-w- Y-.rk .X ineriean.

II. XXDliX. DI NIi.XK an.l HXVliEN oie-n-d at

1: -- I'a.aci- I'l.i-aier, iTii. ag >. Iieginuiiig a route

l.iiii out for tio-ni ii'.-r tli'' Drpheuni Circuit,

. . .XI.EX liiiKBEK. writer and producer

of .i-'s an.l aiiliior of tl.e lyric# of "If the

Ile ir eon.missions. r..n-. llta^:e of houses that closed this
MlliiMi. r is more th.iit that of hi't

.:..M. i|lie be«.ili,.. r.

th:,

on tl,.;

n.,.,r.l, r Il. r.UK .ria. Tl,., ,re K-inK 0. I-..e

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ar at tli.- (-..I.-. uiii

l!>-'t of tho \X'..rlil D.in't Want X'oti", ha# been ei.g.igi-ii to pi-n tlo lyii. s for tlie ne'v Winter Hanbii 'll.."-, - I'a'lii-.n' ..f

>,..r. while the uneeltalnty of those in Vln.-ur la.«r. i..

lelliainiliK I'lien is a constant .souiee wu11l1i1 ..\Illil»'ss II..aa lI:.Uu..-- ap .--..i.r nnai:' ffiiilil .i.rr i||I.o.«mIi1i oorni ef wori inieiit. aceordiiiK to one of the ii..·-· I1. ;.1i «a«. a sn,-|,. T'j), ., «n.rf.,-. |i(.·i,·.,.,m|nppam^o.·-l.l

MISS

CtHllTM'.Y

most active coiTee-and-cake-circuit

J.*M..- bliaail.ye,. .Mil" lI aa iItnio.. 's.. iIi'laaiiies-ft.

purievers.

1Tl.iio-.vv hliailoe I.l.f-., n a. pii..iiiira.inii: n \ ai.il-i .IllK^. |...so diri-.-tion^of ims.XI.in

I

I' liit.Tj Ilf aian.T hiiii-ea i-Io'iiiit for the 'un o Mo* I.a l!u.- i «I w aii fi .. \l'i'o li i\

umni.r or pwttinit In nioiioh pn iiir. ' pr. ^···nt* Iloviio". Mr. llainiMou ru inilv

a plaj- of

t..,' lio.'t.Ts frra planninK or takinn on aota liU, ontltloit

tr..il out in Hartfonl.

h, ,i.iu.| If*. 'I.I t-wia k to upllt-w. ek baiia. in « onii., nn.t the .nuilior-a. tor «iilil t.. foio ^ail-

m.in.v la-.i llie booking iieiui; only from diy lug that plan# w.-ro nmi.r nay to have It it.-

It day.

souti-d at the Duke of York's T. . ati-r, Loudon,

tiae of tbs ehlif reason# for kuaimor rou'l tlon In-iiC aairravat.il

tUe poor la attrib*

l.ite this samiuer or oarly in

tl»-

fall.

nt 'l to tlo- 'r.rleuiint w.atb.r Karlbr in the Mj'on -.-stint ruiii.r Ui-uiti.r kept Ibe bm-

BBLLAAZZEE AATT VVIICCTTOOIRIA _

Ctrr · r...ip.s fI*ar boli.iv pI»a*irr Ko,l..,vinff tihiier

x*

rnt.'.DD . aanniil- a sui-i-i-»su««lon ooff# h1. ot* st*i1irrkkh.ye dIayv-# that4

v

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La.t.-.V..tb. o

York, _

Jhd^

,».I..i-- , none

of

tli»*

provd

.li-astriins a* th- ra n f not m-re

P'"--.

w Thl# i.-d only was tnio of the small time bOllses. I.tit the i-iitiro tlii-airial Irndi- as w. II.
.\s !« to I.e e#iiei-ted tiie theater minuc- r# trr "piikiiiE" their bl'l# with pr.at rare and l.tr# as.-niii-'l an liidi.pi-iid.-nt altitude snrpri«:iiE

"> »"

sbortly aff r

t'l o'cloi-k tv.-ilnt-siay niEld extintfuish.-d a

Maae In the film r.Nim of I.oew's Vlrtoria. on

West IJTfh street.

The vauderille iH-rfurinaui-e was going on at

to tb* agent# who have lu-en dealing with tlo-m **'' time. .\n employee uotif od Ibe polioe of

for many years. ilraduiilly the offerlnes siiti- ' ·' I'lare. I'iremen iniifiui-d the flames to

alttrd are looked over by the manager#, who

ji-ik and

until un'T flu- linger ai-t- are

aelet'trd. while the pri.-e oiTi-red il.ffers lllt'o

tram that formerly pad to the >mtll-tlme

nagiea and two a.-t..

Th:# ia result.n* in making if harder for

fl.ui rm>iu. Tiie damage was small. J i-t
-w th.- fire starii-d i- not known,
GERMAN BOOKINGS -
N* wr York. June ;ai--.\ltri-d Adler, fore.ga

the ai-t# ari-ti»li-imeil to working the#.- houses, agent, ba# book'-.l nl.tinpia Itesvall and Company

e.peelally « nee the aiimnii-r i>rings the usual lU'd llart.r st- ddard and Knud to apiiear in

laflin of big time arts not utuiv.- w..rkiiig a ·l.·rIllauy in gt winter. The »anie booki-r has ar-

I.KXVIS riuTTO have

_|

tealui-d together, dolug a comedy act

Edith James

fr.tii the i>i-a of

ANDY IHt'K. JtiK VEUDI w formerly with

Cl.AltK an.l VKUI'I. . . . l.AlinY STuI TIi.V-

BKKti. trli k l.illianiist. o|M-i,>-d tl.is ".-. k at

Newburg, X. Y.. in an a.-t In wlii. h lo-^ ia

assisted t.y ills wife. M.XY .VL.XMKD.V

HKiiiml!. I'anadian pniiia tloiiiia. . . . THK

Df rt>lt BHXS I'lii-u-il at the llivi.-ra. I oni|.>n, thi# Week, ha'ing Miil.-d from Ne'v York June

l-t. Tln-y will nio'e lo .Xiistralia .:(li-r a f<-'v

Weeks in England to play an i-ngag. lui-nt th.-re.

. . . JAY BKEXNAX and STANLEY UOHEItS

announce that they will sail from thi# country

in July for a trip aroiind the world, p-tuming

here iu the fall to resume work on the K.-ith

I in nit . .

XVEYMAX and COMrANlOX.

eiiuilihr'sts. are saii.ng next mouth for .Xn.s-

tralia. wliere they will appear in vaude'illc*

during the kiimmer. returning to the Keith

Cln uit next Septi-mls-r.

. . J.XMES and

EDITH J.V.'IES n-liiLueil to vaildi-rille last week

in an act wlii.-li ll.ev call ··MU'ical Surprise"

frw- .mail time dates diirli g the Imt iii-'nlh#. t>i-veral agent# who iM-iii.e i-iinditions will
grow- sti-ad'ly wor»e a# ti e summer pnigri"#e# say they feel llie differeiiiT In tl.eir Ini' m #* rlg'.t Bi'ty. Ne'er iH.fori*. tlii.y #ay. did tlie.y Iter flr. l .0 mil'h time to llo mse 'i '. s. iiie of

raiig.-d a lo rm.in loiiie for L -ms Il.irt pi.ysu-al luiture i-xponnl. to o|H-n in Miiiiirh Jan.uiry 1.
.V.lier i« n. gotiat ng Uermaii lHM.k::--g' f .r Yvette and Iliml. Yielte play, d in tierman.v last year, w-Itli 1 er twn ts.ys. and #i-ori.d a 1* g f.irow ing. .Xnoiher .V.ll. r b....king to open July

after having been usbent from tin' iHatrds f..r M-ven moiiths. They are iTi-aking in at the pres.-ut tune an.! will bi* seen shortly in Hr.iadw ly Kieth lions, s. . . . Vk.xNK EAKMM and Band came into New York after having finished a tour of th- Orplteiiiu Time and

them tieing unubie to Itnd en.iug' w..rk to k. .-i* thim busy at their riaiieetlve ofllrea. One In
liartli-nlar ·aid he did not r. aliie bow niiii-ii t:me hr had on I. < linml' tinlll a neighlHtr ng iB-Mle piihibher romminf.il on hi' rather fre-
UMent vis Is to rehearse and hear act# In the
fiiano rooms.

ADDS TO THEATER CHAIN

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npT*!Bod, Juni* J®.--Tb** \V*whlniftoti Th»Hti*r

Clrm t. *tf Mlil*'h Af. n. ll*»r*»H!lz ]»r****ld* nt.

h«* clowi't! n* gittlitfi'tn** f**r **«v*-rail u**w

th*jitr^w. ('<in*'tru«'t)<in of n Ikmi*#** **n th«* *»ut-

"klftw (,f

city h;i^ I**-* 11

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rapn* it^ *if 1 inmi

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t f r* a4l> f«'r iM"»m`au« y 1*^ N«»vv*o*iii»itMo r 1.

Mr It.r*'«,ia lui*' al*#** purtbH'**tl ttlhi*.' lull-*

T:,i.it»T. v\ 1 oh will l*r ri'hiillt. It !*< hli*-*aatt.id(t

In <

I'alN. n**ar ri**vflaiid1 hK. *a

ty *'f

aii«l will l»** r* iio»»l* t* *!

f"r t].* ;>ri w* nt.itlxn of \VaBu*uld*ivv!!'!`*l.* mid uiioo*it»ioon pit t it-w ;»u,. to the' li:!l Iin punn»nii»H*TT l*U'*ln*`a'*

ti*` I ill' Til* uti r wWiilll nuot r***'o*t»Vtv((``n until

Auk tut 15.

LINA ABARBANELL

'·» Y 'lk Jnni- Js. ----ll..lna .Miarliaio It 'Vlll 'i I' n .-...n on the vai di-villi. stage In ·

1 at ti e Winter i.aul. ii. f.eriin i' Klki-r, Bentley .ind Company, a miitiral act.

J. P. C. DISSOLVES --

tT...'innddooii. June

tsi» . l.il Caido to The B.ll-

Ibi..'.irdi.--Trihie Jo.dint IP*rroottei..ttlio..n Comniitlie.e held

Its Uiial nii-etliig June -JT and dt"id»ed. Its

oH-.is wir.- .#

MMtl it xtTtami.v (lid

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wi.rW. I'ut thf lircjik i-am** wh> n the

.«th»n *'f l*`ur:ne 'luna.iT". b.v virtu** of It'* u* w ···ii'i tut *tn. t.i, k»* nw iy .iii.I wut>M**

*pi* nflT !!»·· fi>riiiat on *>t a tr i*!#! ** of t'nt*T»

t.aiuinorit'* I'*tb''tl rfiin> l] dinl ih** fiiflit

t^**' Ait.r^' A.;.it:.iu .lud tin* \ .ii:.»y Arti-IfN*

I'*-I* .ii ..>n tii.ol** »v-oi**ration iiii|*.M#mftlt*. Fh.* V »'d ··i't i.#.t the Joint iTotevt.ou C*»uim.tti**

DARLING GOES ABROAD

Tt»ik, Jt.tu* Jl. --1 ilili** Thirliu*:, iMHikitu;

f fcr th** K**ith ( .miit, I* ft W»dnfwtlay

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Ih-tn^aria f*'r hi^ ntnr.ul trip

a?r*»;iil. IT* Mill

*»'*r th«* ft»r* i;:n ·*!i*»u marl

i*ml

on **«*iu»` of th** a* !** tni w *iu h fho

I'l ifii t'lr. uir 1# Ids opt;.Ills for appi-aratn-.-s

lire next sia'oii. Dar.ing exi*i-|s to r'tarn

mmie lime in .Vugiist.

oiH-m-d to play some Eastern dales at the Fifth Avenue Theater last Week.

Sl'.XDEIlO. Italian eomedian. is coming to

this country In tlm f.ill for a tour of tlie

Ecdth Time. He will p'.ay hi# first eugage-

meot here iu .Newark N. .1 till, "i.-k of

November 10. Tin- li.-okd g was arraiig..! thru

IL B. JIAT.INEI I I (itti.es.

. . kINH and

BF.X I'TY will finish a fifty-t'v.» week tour

on the Keith Time n.-xt m-.irh. and will turn

a'..und and go out .sg.-iin for forty-eight week#

more over the '.tin.- i- r.-it-t. it is annonn-ed.

. . . ABUXIIXM BKINN. N. w York pr.-#

r. present.ilive of the l)r;.henni (' r.-tiit, rettinn-d

to It ' d'-'k Monday after j week's vaeation

BKINN is taking I.is xa ation a wci k at a

t me. . . . TED XVKSTM XX. JB.. has l.ecn

locked to o|K II on the Hipheiim Time for a

four Weeks* cngagcnii iit I'-g iiii.ng July tt at

M.lwaiikcc. XV.s . n the MiXVls and GOBDON

skuh. `.So Th.s Is Di'.ire*. l.y DEBT

KHBINSON. WK'TM \N i, sni'poitc.l by hi#

sisl.-r, CKVen XVli<l'M.\N liKKrt llE.N ,>xih:b-

MXN an.l XVIII.IAM \\ X'llBl KN. . . .

I'KaNK XVttKIII and t'.impany arc to o,en

for -.-'eral w.-. as* ciigag. inent on Keith rime

.XI rantoii July 7. XVttUTIl and bi# comi>auy

do a (loucdy uuvelty pantomime act. . , .

-m .1.1 plai'il. -.\t M l·nlgl.l" In » li . h #be

' ll '*· siip|».ried lit Idwin Stanley and an"il.T, -| 1.,. ,, t ,,,.nj iiilo t. lo arsal this week iin.l. r r diri .tioii of llowuid lind-i-.' , "lio '"·`"i.I Miss .Xharhaiieir. 'ehl. h- W 111 lid-

li CROSS EYES STRAIGHTEMEO WITHDUT PAIN. ETHER.

The I*.\B PHIiiiN" slNiiEB.s'. four singer# and
a J. .anist. f.-aiutiiig gr.tud oje-ra number#, .iin-n. d at Hartford, ('.mo., for a tour of i;.- Tol- Tiine.I.XMEs lEnNAKD. of ir.nNxUD ari.t XVIIirNEX, re..-nlly motored lo Haiiforil witli liis family to attend the r.-iiiii'-n of the old .Siiiitii .s', h.'ol gang. . . . JOE VIIiKBXs. of VlEBlt.X#* H.XW.VIIAXS. inf.-s that Hoy have Just closed a successful season ,of Independent dates and have opened with the B.-.Ipatli Seven-Day Chautauqua. . . . BE'sIE LaMi'NDE advise# that she and her three t>oy# elosi-d in New- York, ow-ing to the d.-.itli of her aunt. .MISS IgiMONDE i# sole 11. ir *0 her aunt's estate . Netv I.ondoii. Conn., an.l 'vill make .her future home in that city. . . . CLIFb'OKD HYLAND, of IlYLAxii. i.KXN'r and HYI..XNn, advise# that the trio i' w.n.I.ng lip a six month#' four of Fantage# Time and Hie larger picture houses in California, and plans to motor home to CoHinsvile. Ok., th" latter part of JiiI.t. . . . HXBRY KAVMiiNltE, who was in Shtiliert units with JIM.MV HI SSET nnj JOHNNY DOiiLEY. and the pa-t >1 a-on with OLYN L.XNDICK. i« at the H'-neral Hospital, Baltimore. Md-. reenveraig from a major operation of the spine, and expect# to he able to resume work 'vitb the start of the new si-a'on, . . . rKiiKESSOK M XB riNELI.I. esi-api- art.'te, annoiin.-es hi# reti-.rn to vaitdeville. ois-ning at the L'nited Theater, Anahe.m. Calif. . . . II.XKBY TOZEK will tail July .V from New- York for a viait t'l his old h'lme at I'lymouth. England. . . . Keith vaude'ille began it# eti'toiuary summer run in Atlantic City at the Globe Theater June 23. George M. X oiiiig i# again bouse inauagi-r. . . . Broitor'# Tlicater. Troy, X. Y'., no'v playing valid'-'illc, w II inaiigiiruie it# summer stov-k imliey July 7. . . . M. ZANZrX'.V. pianist, wlm ha# b»-en playing the Keitli Cireuit. n-ceutly gave .several recital# i* Ogili-nshiirg. X. Y . where he will return late n tile summer to pii" |iart of his vacation.
The cornersi.iiie of the E. F. -Xlbee ili.Miiitory at St. t^ieplien's College, .Xnuandaleon Hudson, X. Y., was laid recently during Hie graduation exercise#. The dormitory is the g.ft of the head of the Keith X'audeville Circuit. . . . The Empire, Glen- Falls, X. V., baa reduced Hie niimiier of it# vandevile acts fnira fire to iliree Isitli half# of the week. . . . W.XLTER C KELLY, ··The Virginia Judge'; BOBBY X\ \ rSHN, mus.cal comedy and 'auil'-ville afar; XIK and MK.s. CHABLdi;? HlUdl and M.XBJOBIE l.AXE have teiurued to New York a'ler a fortnight at Lake ITacid.
PHOTO? riiiiligiiiss FinUh. best gtadt. Mall ns any sirs plioti grapli and we make f.ir you Post Card# in lots of liiu of oue picture. $J: kXO. (8.2S; 500. $IJ; LOtai. $17.50, and ship to you oti rsixlpt of pric*. LARUEK H/cs, 3x7, Silo and Hil*. viiuslly as cheap. A-s (or prir* list.
LOCAL VIEW CARDS MADE TO ORDER Large slocks cf Pieiure Pi>#tisrds. Utads, Childr-t , etc.. fi>r all iccisi,
THEATRICAL PHOTOS A SPECIALTY ZIG PHOTO COMPANY. 216 XW. 42il. New Vsrk.
Rifht sa Tiaies Sauara.

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'til Is r. olj lo open the latter part of next

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RICHARD BENNETT IN VAUDE.

" ti'iK, Jiiiii i'.ii - Itii li.ir.l liinneit opens '"'i s'I il the Hamilton in ·'S.iti. e for the
1 "111 a. I pla-il l liy \rl tie I iido'let '111. Il I . «IS ,x ti.trd.in ha'e prodii.-i d In lieiih. i. , ... ate Mar,' Hallida>, D. iiiils ·iurtiey and Isnils Allirrni. Howard l.lnd'ey,
writing for the la-wl# .% fJordon linn, '··k'l-il .m.l directed the act.

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MENTHINE OINTMENT

Xlie Billboard

JULY 5, 1924

Hotels Sign Few Remaining

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is of tiu opiniini tliat

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Big Cafes Capable of Supporting Well-Known I loiijn'il I'vrr.T ' oilu r in>trumi iit in tlir

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NKW YORK. Junt- 30.--For the lirst tin..' in its liistory this city's White-

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Light District IS xvithout a hrst-rat.- .'.f.' or cal.aivt scatin.c 3n0 or moie.

runninK on a paying Ir.sis an.I siii.pori.ng a well-known name orchestra.

am! tliat ilaticf imisli' ik far
r.ti.ov..i fr.m n.ut

TIh h' ari- im r> 'tri< tioii' !t> tin' coiitol

. x.fjitiiiK llial tin-

nr iiatii.'S bubmitu-a

by on*' pfr'»on b*' limit**! to ti'f .itol b** in

tl:o bands *'f t ilhor ItHal ra<li** stHtion^ or

'''·`·^`'^atinn b.'f..r^

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iiwanl will bo ma»b' >*pt*'mbor 1. .\n\ xv*»r*i

rii-tiv.- of .lan.'o ran.!.' of t.alay

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squawk '\o' m nlad'lV e 'to''.t';h',!e; ppnnillhlUihdlull"o',n', ell!

forcement bureau by tbe hot. 1 men s

association, that cafes and cabarets

w.·eerree giving them unfair competition

biecccaauusse they were s. lling liquor. The

fePw W rem maaiinniinng'' name orr..''hh..`'ssttrraas in

NJeew w Y Yoorrkk aarree'^nnoow w ccttinippllo.-yvoe.dl iinn hhootteellss

gb:uoo.i.iin.nggg",

a.a.flfitteee.rr\.th ,1heeI.

d.1laannccee aanndd1 _

,,rrooooff--gg_aa_ rr.dl,ee,nn,

trraaddee ffoorr tthhee ssuum mm mtt ir..

The fli tter .'lass or.'h.'tras, liue to the dosing

DDAAVVIISS BBRREEAAKKSS RREECCOORRDD

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FfOoRr IiNnDdEeFfIiNnIiTte E Rru Un NSs

theater

N'-.wv ^Voorrkk. .Itunn.' -ID-- .--ottf ilhi.' -six·tiyx-toyd-ocdd

New York. .Tnnc -s'.--lia.Mi.onil K..t..D aifl

"r. li`"'·>'tfrr..lis aun.dl bbaamndl-,. in ft..' Me.'vyer Paris organi- jjis Symplionic rian.'f Or.'b.'stra, r. turning fr.>iii

I'alf ef th.'in ar.' iKH.k.d at
iiI.i.'.iiK..iIl'."i.'rM 'i.iui.'qrl"eees>p!··epi·i.e.'ri'r.iii.ovo-d.i'l,,. .>1-w Hb'l,1i;.ib1'.P.-s'll,li a".iIn."SsOd uunnr.pp'srr..i.r.''tees.dlieeiiiiffffo"i.'r'''dd^ u·i.i*iin" on'l. 'tra! history. Tt.l,.,e, territo..rryv rr.a'.u,.gee..ss ffrro.,m ,,

a tour of the K.'iih an.I tiri.ii.uiii tiiiie. «:il
colebrat.. their l.on,.von,ing by plnying a w.. k's engiB.'ni.'nt at the Kastman Tli.'.'iti'r, Uoch.'.i.'r. y. y. The ori'liestra has earn.'d the r.'pulatliui

i>;ir Harbor. M* .. ilown the Coast fu Klori.la. ^f b. ing one of the "world's fast.'st m.'lody

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of (ho Inrg.'r pla.es aid.' to pa.v tliiir salari." bei'ii for.'t'd to laki' roa.Ilioiise jobs for
the Minim.r. usually at less iiion.y; otli.r. ..re doing ooiii'ert work on tour and s..ine have l..'i'n foreed to go barnstorming au.l play one-night

.\moi.g tl.e P.r.ls orihestras sit for an i...]. lii.iie run ar.-; li.ir llarKir Orobe'tra, jirivato
iiaag.'m. 'its. Swiitiii'.'.It. Ma's., New Ocean I.uis. : Kagle Mit... I'a., Kore-t Inn; rhila.feliliia. r.i'llixu.. Siratfor.l Hotel, Itoof Oarden;

units". LYMAN MOVIE FAVORITE
New York. June 2S.--.\!.e I.yman. who-

Ludwi^i^udwK

dan.e stands.

Peal, N. J., I'l.i! Inn: .\tlintie City, Shelburne ordnstra Is

the n.itel .\slor U.M.f.

No l.l'tter conditions are eipected lure in ii.il.l; l.ymibr.iek, K. I.. Pavilion Itoyal; Olcn- .Nhihiting sevente.n tel..grams congratulating

the fall liy ord.estra men. who fail to see h.'W more than one or two cabarifs in th.' eity are going to !..' abb' to pay the old-time t..p salary to a l.ig or.'l.i'.fra. I'rol.al.Iy not nior.' tli.m a .(uarti'l of Idg «'om!>inati..ns at llu' i.i.ist will

vu.kI I.o.'.g.'; Prooklyn. Hotel Itessert. \t i;., iiiu..nd. Va.. Jefferson Hotel; Bluefield,
w". \ a., \V.-t Virginia H<.t. l; N. rfolk. Va.. vi.inti. i llo K.sjf Oard.'n; White Sulphur Springs, y., _ Creeiibri.'r H.'tel.

him on his New York opening, all from wi.'ll- 4^ known motion pi.'ture star.. Itefor.' eoming to  tliis city I.yman was at the .tmbassa.I .r H.it. l. ^
I ... Ang. les. where he was a favorite w .ih * the inevie pp«t..'.ppli,.', a numls'r of whom n.e'Ww ^

WANTED

1l1i1,'. able to secure ballroom jobs on Pro'..ddwwaavr, .carrying with U a .oommppaarraattiiveiy worlliwhil.e. connttrraai.'t.

Kngag.meiits at t'xelusive tVashington hotels, .,n,l ,,th"r r. MTts include: N.'w Willar.l
H..t<'I itoof .lar.li'ii; Powhatan It'sif flar.len:

pa''rDoiiiiiiizze his danc,e. mu'ic at ev.ry epiKniirrttuunnily. 4
 COLASANTO'S CANADIAN ROUTE 

A-1 Saxophone Player, Trom¬ bone Player, also exceptional

Whi're tbe Pennsylvania Hotel fortneil.x l;.'i.l a Iii'.ii.ipoly on the popular dame trad.' of i's kit..] du.. to the Vincent Lop.-z Hr. h. slra. su. h liost.'Ieri.'s as the Astor now lia\. the Al..'Kyiii.iii HHhaum*!l aitt tthhee rrooooff cg..iirn'lloenn dfl(e·^sii*g:^n«,Mdl ttoo aattttrram. tl till' ilining-dan.'lng patronage. Tlu' ll.tz-Carltoii
llot.'l is endeavoring to niak.' its Crystal U'eni go t.y the aequisition of the Itog. r Wolfe Kahn

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.two bau.!.'i: Congressional

Country Club, t ..liuiibia Country Club. Steamer

('' John. Colonial l'.·'a.'h. Marshall Hail, Manor

<1 di. T wn an.I c..uiitry Club. Montgomery Club,

Li-*'·'' House. II!l.irringt.in Hotel ami Chevy Chase < ..luunnttrryy 11 lluubb..
'^ .'U.u.bb\viillllei' .I'ligagenii'Uts f..r th«* Le Para.lis Hr..'Iliestrr:a. in.'Jti.le KI'i.'itlhi's Maryland. Italtimore.',.

N.'W Y>o''rrkk.. JJiumn..'' -s.-- --1KrraaDn..''i.ssccoo <Coollaassaannltoo's» I'aiul and Me al Mileists. numb, ring f. rty ..i... I" "pie. left here Sniular morning to play at
`.."idse Pr..xmdal Kxie.s.ti..B Jun.' L'l 1.. P.'t. Tlu'v are aPo Iss.ke.I as f.tlb'Ws; I*.million Park. Montri'.'il. July 1 to til; .Vudltoriuni. O ftttttawa, July ttt.'. '.'J ifn.l til; Hatilaii's Point

Jazz Piano Player
l<·^ ht'.'iillim' Vtiuilovillo Act. S;ix.>phi)iio Fl;iy*r tloubling on t.tlu r instruiui ni.s gels preferciu'c. Wi'ito or wire,
C. B. MADDOCK,

Or. Iit'stra. unil.r direction of .\rtliiir I.ange. Kriiie Ju'y .-It*. 1111.1 K ith's Chestnut Street, Phila- lark, Toronto, July J.., for three w.'eks.

141 W. 48th St., New York City.

tiold.'ii's Or.'Iu'stra is i;istall.'.l al tin.* M.-.Mpia d. li.hia, w.-.k .Kly 14.

Hot.'l roof. Oth. r hotels, in, I.uling the W.,1-

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..p., pnAi/s is, , vr s, n n M^L CRAIG IN LYNNBROOK

rdtoorrf-.-.Vstoria roof, narr*.' using g.>.Ml miui'iec. the

Waldorf I'ombinations suppli.-d by Jo-»i.h Kn.'i'lit. When Hthie new lltt........''..''V veellll Hotel opens shortly the P. n Pernie Or.'lu'slra, also of tht>

s.iown.ansiiip tipe, will b.* there un.l.'r .'..iitr.i.'t,

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hotel men W' l,,l-k, ii'.wn

ar.' just . r'h. .-t.ra

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can be mad.' an as'.t to 11..' pr'-mis' s. w.-ll

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wwoorrtthh ff..M '.iu.urri.iuigg. H Th.ee aavveerraaggee bbiigc lleett..II iinn

NAoew Y1 *e*rrkk ussuii:.iinl%ly' nr* frr:aiiinn*edtl fi.'.u fi*ia';ituntriinimg anyv si.ngell,er otTrLg'aanniizzaaltip' n ab. .iv.' AHfli,»i.*' .lae .il*.'-l!. its..;wf, .al*e'ai*-.

iinngg oonn tthhee ,p,rr.oippo.,ssiif.iio..i,i. ttlhiaatt iiff iitt iiss aatt ttlh.e.' .ho.t.e.l .i.t i1.s good, of^ I'ours... TM-l...' 11. t. "l. A. s.tor'a.

altiliul.' ."p.'.ially was sa. 1. i'l tiie past to

ex. .'llent ori hestras t!u.l play. .I tie r.', but w.r..

iiev.r lii ard of itis..f.ir as iiuMi. I'y was i-.iu.

cem.'d.

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In the nieantim.', not only iir.' big or. liesir.is ki'pt out of tl.e .'ity for tl..* sinii'I.* r*';.s.iii t , .t there ar.. no jobs f,,r lb. m. but an unuMially

rack mi.si.'ians are without engag.'m.nts for the summer.

DKik thru the Hotel D.re.t.,ry in this issn-'. Just the kind of a hotel you want mav be Hated.

ROGER KmHN SAILS -

Vork, June 30.--Kogcr Wolfe Kahn, son
F'lhn. banker, is tempi'rarily for-
s.iking his (.r. lu'stsa aitixities, an.I sail.'.! " .la.'sihiy on ih' S. S. Itereiigaria for a thr. .>tiu.n'li trip to l.aghiml. oIran. e and^ S-ntlan.l.. Ituniiinc true to f..rm ho walked tip the gang-

plank witl. -i t.aiijo umler his arm. while his

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`i>rect.cn of Arthur

l-iug*'.

I'., f.ire sailing young K..hn s.iid, f..r put.li. a-

ti'..;; ' .Tazz luusi,' is an art wh.-n it is e..rr. .'tly

Iki' . d an.I ;..ll..ws an ii.tellig..|it arrang. ii.eut.

I .1.. not .are for Ih.' so.ai.l .b'vi.es that sjdit

tl..' lar.Inmi', but what I like in j.zz music is

tl..' 'traTig.' temp..--II..' lit. is :a! l"n"S that arc typi. al of this V'l.st.'rn IVorld iilon*'.

. y,,. f,,,,,, r has oft. n le ard me play xvith my

or. ' , str.,. ami on om- .s-. asion publl.'ly .-on-

gratulai.'d me. 1 suppose he thinks it is a i.v f.nl an*l that I \vill aruw out «*f it.
^ ,B,"ut Jl.,r` my own part 1 think i'*t Is s.rious
cu.misb.

CONFREY VACATIONS

New York. June 30.-- M.-l Cra.g ami on Iiestr.t have otu ned at the Castillian Car l. n'. l..inbrook, wht re they r. li. ve.I the Harold Spimlle/ Or.'hi'stra, wlil.'h has goni* into ri'hi'Or--al w'ith thl.e J.ie Howard vaudeville a..''t, op. Duiiinig si.K.n _a.. t.!lui.ir.ity.-.hlive wts'k. s'. rou.te ov. r t·b. e Os,,' rp. lh.ieum Time.
B BR RO OW WN N B BR RO OSS.. A AT T SST TR RA AN ND D  ~
New York. June 33i0i..---TThhee Six Brown Brrootthheerr*. a..m.idi tllhi.e'ir saxo..p1.hone bund of thl.iirrttyr pniee.i''eea. oi.eii.'d yest,.r.Jay at the Strand, moll..n pi. tur.' lioiis*'. Tl.e band was met at the .l.-jKit by a <1. b gallon of w.'II-km wn or. b.-sira in n amt oth.'rs i'.|.ial1y prominent, including thejtri.'al and movie folk,

'fsv Clarence Williams

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Booking Agency,inc.

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BtKtKlNG

i<i> PIRON'S FAMOUS NEW ORLEANS OR-

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\sV iIZ«S\sis

WILLIAMS' TEN KINGS OF JAZZ, WILLIAMS' BLUE FIVE.
*. d I'.her CUUHIKU ORCUESTIUS.

« ii 1*47 Braadway, Roam 419.

New Yark.

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Teh, Chickering 6ltJ.

C. A. MATSON. Minaiar.

FREE MUSICIANS

CREATORE'S ENGAGEMENTS

V,,ru. June .lO.-Cr.'ator.'-s Band b,».ke.I at H-.mlnioii I'ark. .M.-nlr.-al, August 2

r tq,'.'

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f-'liitiition. loront... August 23. .losing on the

;{o,h. Kolhawing that is the Umhest. r (N. V.)

KxtH.aition, S. ptemls r 1 to C.

Why tmubie to write etch publlihcr for

ORCHESTRA OR BAND MUSIC

SKM) TH I S. We tupTly tvr'jihing printed In .Mufiie, ai.d lend It p'liald at

F*ubllshep'» F»rlecs

Sate time, lavo traible, aaee

Only one

order to write. Send to.Iay for free catiloc-

ORCHESTRA MUSIC SUPPLY CO., Dept.B.O.

I»15« Broads .

NFW YORK

CAMPI AT DE LISLE'S

N.'W York. June 30.--Zez Confr.y. onhestra leaibr ami ..'o'.nposir. left t.slay for Clil.ag.*

Snare, Base and Collapsible N N..'w W' 1Vork, .Inn.' .'M.--Kraiik Canipi ami

xvln re 1..' will spend a va. iiCoii In his h'.me si.vvii nn--ppli.. i.'(. singing or. hestni have o].. i.e.l at

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town as is his yi-arly ('iis'i.in. The Confr.y Jt,.' fM.Msl,e.''s. Asbury Park. N. J. He formerly

DOQQ nriime

or.'l..'stra. wl.i.-h I'la.v.d the Strand Theater l...lI,dl ff,,orrtth f..r sein.. time uf the Kltz. Cliih,

UUOC UIUlllO

In rt* l;i''t wi'*k. will nut lay off but will

j coniini;*' to play .ngag'-imn''. li.ru.riit the

. furnih' r ;tn*I

·* do Vi.'tor r.'''.,r.l'ng. I'or

"··k yn, and i.e.r'.' r. . .'nll.v at Hoffman'* n.,., .yrutn*. with Srenlc Pali.lM lleails and fladili»

...l1l1e....uUs-oI.., IK..yviiiiht.rrm.si,kk.. U U II..

l....,.rlc Light.'.; I'a to 3-,.late Xjbptamei a ,1 M.-

j n* \t s* M -f»n ?.. f-F' '.. ".tra ill's U-.-n prumin. ritlv

OAI rMi/i*. M-r- fi.r- ., . n .s . . .
BALDWIN AT THE NASSAU

rlinluii. lUnd ami ('lir.aiiatb' T.'nii.iil. breuer brothers.

m' nti' n. il for op. t.ing at a I.'udlng New Y.jrk

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C'abar.'t, now eir,s,.d.

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Brooklyn. N

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MUMMOLo_^op, MIAMI

violinist and pianist

hi!'* s''\* ii-l*lt`* »' Y' h.m .Tuiu* .'JO.--.Vnp lo Murainolu'^ *«

in iiliiyiiikT tnnMiMiti* uiMtluT (Man *imI Wlfr* Wi*nt v - I Ifiili^i rii'tiirr, j" ·

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Milam. Con'.rt Baml of twenty.four pi..a. plua a f. ni'nin.' --..loi-t, har >ign'd ...iilra.is

St a .

M.iia',. '..'S play. r> ar.' niiu-.iiall,v

p.'pul;.r lei.'. W'h.re he is haib il as a g.nuine

I.ad.r out of the ordinary.

S SH HILK KRRET AT PELHAM

v". v..,,.... s,.,,,.... ,,,, N. w York. .lull.' 3.'. la. k .Shllkr. l ami HU

t'r.'h.--ttrraa ooff ll.'nn p p.. i,....-. aarr..'' aatt tthhee PPi.''H lliiaainui Ilbb anlthh

Inti,

flit-y follow '.'I"<b*tniriiii)yy ..lli.tdi.inii-'i.i,iir.Ms *M,^liIt

..TT.o'll.iiiiiss.o.,n. ww-i.-initt tt<o» itlh.i. Uit'.ivn:s* KK.e-nntloonn KPuurriinnns,, A.\snhb.uirryy

lark, N. J.

Morbl,."'' "·

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"DON'T YOU HEAR THE CAllING?"

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WnCfB 1116 uOpiB I 31111$ UO UfOW

Wal'/. S.iiig Suhlltiie. 2rs' js-r C.qw. tbilcr ' '

MEROFF REMAINS IN VAUDE.

GGOOLLDDEENN TTOO DDOOUUBBLLEE

D....,

'""i.lS'iX: r..a..

Ray Stillwell, whose symphonic slngir.g orchestra of eleven pieces opens at Now Euclid Gardens, Cleveland, July 12.

N.'W 5.,rk. Jun.. .1".--B.-n Mir.iff and Band,
f.'aturing Prank and Milt Prilton, will ...ntinue in v.ud.'U'.I.' for aii ln,l..f)nile p.-rlml iiiAti.a.l
of r. tninin.g to burl.-.pm when the A. aA.,ii op* n'`. i Tl*! *' *l ir* ' l** M* tia w'i' ll F p|:iy "uOn '` Unkg'nHirg*. iinn*.'initt aatt ttbh(e». l ah..'. I.ie wW*'`e«e`kk *o*ff JJuullyy l2iH8,, aann*d! tthh*e*nn
tour th.. Orphei.in ( In ult. It will be und* r tbo diriotlou of Joo Hurtig, liowovcr.

N N*.'w'v ^Ylourkk.. -JIutinn*e* I3JO". -- II''rrnnlli.-- iCwoill.tllt.q-ni nanm*i! HIliida O Orreel.h*.sslifriAa,. nmi».ww lait tihl*e' IlIb...*-1e-1l M. Alpin Uib<me f. N pr.'p.irliig a m w 11. I in whlli h. will d,.ul le in vaiundi*.''x\llull*e'. 'Ii iti,*.-' ..*rr. 'i1.».--tra .h.-e.l a long tl*uniiir *uivvi»-r tiilnii*. K.-liltlhi C KIlrneuiiill w-vi ri.l w... k- agu.
'flie or, he-tra'a l-M.kitigM are In ami lll·.un.I New York, and It U Laid Ih it the Keith lH...k. r* an* cb'HirouH of bulbling up Ibo attraction t«»

YourVoii-e **iUcrrjte the ritfht impmvon if \-oiiiise
MFNTHINF H I N T Ilf F IM T
llllIvL. VrllM I |Y|I-I1I
take the place of the liOpez orelioRtra whi.'h b inen v.imb vllle, iliie to Its conlrart to ·>!''« in the forlli.-omlng edition of the "Greenwich Vlltagc K*»!1Ich*\

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JULy 6, 1924

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attfod to New York and other Eastern ter-

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songwriter's representatlTC, is

contemplating a visit to England and the Con-

tlnent with a view toward placing some manu*

-crlpts for bis clients with foreign publishers,

He expects to go some t:me in July.

Sisters. "Adoration Waltz" has been re.- '·! .1 by nearly ail of the recording companies Ti..Victor record of this hit was mad>. by tieTroubadour Orchestra and is selling Lk*' "iiot cakes", ".tdoratlon Waltz" has a sweet, lilt ng charm that makes it easily sung, wl: stied or hummed and has a fascinatlrtn and real merit that makes it reiiiemis-red and want.d.

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-Dreary Weather", by Clay Boland and Frank

I i:i:iM..\.N» K Mingwriters, aud those having ...nniippaarraatttivveell.yv soft tbve rrtbhs while under coonn¬traa,-tt ii.n the staff of a large ptibll'ber., naatt¬-
urally have different points of view on various matters relating to the Indiistr.v. For this simple reason writers sre not alw.a's a congenial gathering when they ni. et ain! talk on pertinent 'iilije.-ts. T.> the staff writers who have hit 'lings riding, anyone wlili new l.l.na Is ai'f to ly hailed as a r.olslifvik who Is out to harm tb.. publisher. Wlaii the Song Writers,
ino. had Its liaely meet.tigs a short time ag...
and thinking memb.T' got up an I s,yke of radical changes, s.-w-ral w.re sot down as ·B lsheMks . to bi- rig.i'did as nothing le,s

certain that the publisher and writer will be
lieneflted It would probably result In spirited coni", titlon b*-tween the four or five big me-
rhani.al eonii>anie' n..w In existeme. and con
ddiittlloonnss oonn ''thiee wwhhoollee w woouulldd ttyy m moorree ssttaabblliizzeedr tthhaann nnooww IIft ww.o.nuM M hhaarrddllyy rreessuulltt iinn tthhee w w a^rrriiittieeiTrr aanni.ll umiaannauffaa'i--ttiiirir*errss ddo'.iinngg m muucchh bbuussiinnees'Ss ddiirreeeett.. bbeeceaaiuissee tthhee m miiddiiiiiim ni ooff tthhee ppuubblliisshheerr annn<dl hhii-ccaappiitt..aall wwoouubldl hhrr-. nneeeeidleedd ffoorr eexxppllooiittiinngg tthhee ssoonngg aanndd ccrreeaattiinngg aa ddeem maanndd.,
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iMto .Iordan, general m maannaaggeerr ooff H Haarrm mss,, IInncc., wwho has 1b.e.-. I.I. pii.ikkiinng and most times pred ctiug
gfeld Follies'*

Winegar, has been voted the prize fox-trot of the season by the I'niversity of I'ennsylvania Clarke & Leslie Songs. Inc. is publishing the number which is already set'on the mechanics,
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'Silent N' ght. Holy Night", sung the world over as a Christmas carol. Is 100 years old. aannnd u ic.e*m `mmmeommccrraattiioonn of tthh^e eevvpenott a m mooDnUu-ment is to be erected in the village of Oberndorf, near Salzburg, Austria, where the song was composed. I'nveiling of the monument will take place next Christmas Day.
The Her. Dr. Mohr, chaplain of the Obem4orf parish, wrote the words of the song, and
music was composed by a man named tiriiber. a teacher in the Oberndorf school.

MUSIC `Self-Instruction" Books The Better Kind

With these "llluitra'fcl" Bool-i ai.j ' c can le c-r to play nlihout takir.j le^a.'ns from a 'c '  e-. b.'in; an

ea^v meihod of scif-ircsirustion. no ,<iiu;:ir' l -ny on*

wlthmit any Krowlfd.re of muil - . ..cil,! le.r' '· play the Violin. Cello. J'rir.e Bsjt. Plc -civ. t ute. Clari¬

net, Comet. .\lto. T-o-a. Tes . r (1!.-,., or Tiei.'- Clef).

Slide Trombone (Ba-- or Tre''e fief). Vilve Th-otn bot.e (BasS cr Trei.;. Clet . 11. (I'.c-s or 'T-eble

t'lefi, Bb Bais (Ita'p r Tre le Clef). M

or

C.>ncert-Iloni. lir'-m. T ie \I,|. I lln. C.iii. it. Banjo,

Piano or Coiietrtina. These .-Se'l-Insrni.t^r.v aiirpasj

all other similar rjltloi.s In every rc-tect. Prien

$1.00 Each. Postpaid.

THE COLLINS CO.. Muiic Drpt..

197 Fulton Street.

Brooklyn. N. Y.

Bacon & Day '

than pi.i-on to the welfare of the p.iM sher and ple.a.sant relation' existing bhetwweeie-n bhiumn and the writer.
.Mtho not necessarily one of the "Bolshevlkl",
a writer who iby- consid. rnhle thinking on the constfuctlvc order has a pet Idea designed to get th* writer and publisher more money

I.,'tie Melo.lv ''.. bbyv (Hloennee HHuu-kk aanndd DDaavvee ssttaam m-per. jigs ttlbi-- w wiinnnneerr thi' sea-on. (itther songs
Iil,l, t,1h,e,, Hg|b|,,.ivwv celloosseellvv following the first song are by li.iek Ss;f,.a,,mfyr A Htihheii entitled
."-Bjj ^mliinnvy"", "·''!I DBeeilileeyve You", "Montmartre" and of My Heart'

from the mechanicals. .\t the early Song Writer meeting he was inokeil up to. feared and
shunned at the same time. True, he could talk louder and long.-r than any of tlem, but be knew XVheteof he s|M.ke He Was not taken too seriotisly lye.iiise man.v tlinug f he was laborirj: under a grievaiiee. fain "d or otherwise. siiplsis.-d to hav- Im-. n siistaii.e.l wh le a staff

-A'Kgeerr.. \Yeelllleenn &A BI ornstein, Inc., baa added
two n.-w" `o*nt.i's· to the catalog, one an Oriental Jfii*x-trot. cennftAitlleedd "BRiagdad", and a novelty num. tyr. "Yoi. Kn. w Me, .\Iabam". Jack Yellen. 'writer aanndd m meemmbtyerr of the concern, is back In Jt.h'*e*,, x.-w Y^eorrkk ooffffiiccee after an extended trip to It i*f' f*alo.

writer under a 'ong-ti rm « ontr:i. t to a piihlisler. wh' se I rofessiotial d'-partmi nt manager

H Haarrrryy Waarrrreenr Iiss leaving Clarke A Leslie

l . I.I h.m .lown. This writer knows h ' husirrKH, and hin a !*r**'*'i>l k^vI*- of on." or more having -..Id ir*" the mill on mark. and he is consistent wi'l ,eng« that s-h f.-m above the average. I'os .,,f s dvrianiopersonality, the courage of his ronvi. t ..n--. t'-I

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''aT o* Sr.apiro.

It. rnsi. in .V C^ o .\ under a year ^ontra.'f. begin¬

ning July 7. W Maarrrr.. nn has to hi« .-red t among oth. r ssoonnggss ^.·||{{ --oe ooff the Rio Crsnde". ' H'.me

in I'asnd. na · aanndd "SS--.' Th s I« Ven ce". all o'

clever darre t'ln

b. ing of W. stern or g.n. he Is not r. gard.'.| hy most puhblish.errss as an cea-.v one to deal with. protb.a'.'y ly. jiise he 1- Impaaitii.e-nt vv:th tlliyellr rmnett!l.o.I!s- am n.li !nnddeepp<...nm<l. rt to s-.'mm*e. ext. nt

"" -''I'bo mils - m. n .xn »l«'av. on ti e a'e-- to *''' .' ver n* "w t.alent they -an d. veiep m-e . .. ssii»'tt. nt writ. -s, re. w'veonmers have h-en unus ial'y

I.egsiati.n that resulted n the pubi-h. r get-

"f "lore One ex-

ting a flat ro.valfy of two .en's .a s..rg for veptlon may be made in Frank Bann ster. who

phonograph p-.-ords w^s made at .a t m"

recently signed as staff vrriter by the

when the music men w. re wc.ik and the Ucar-t Music TuM sher- I t.l B.un.s;. -. -.v 

meehanlckl forces strong The pr. s.-nt C-py- **

a cumer, arrived in New York

right .\ct of IPOp makes it r.. . ssary for t' .. "bout a year ago from abr.vad, vv. re h* hu.l

publisher to let all meciiani. al companies r.-- ' I his fong regardless of their flnan.'ial stand ng or whether they later come thru w-ith a state ment to the puMIsher. If p. rmi'slon is given

"iaging revues. He sudden'v got the writing bug and de*. rmined to keep at it until he t imed out .some-
fhlng good. After two months of trying he

to one cone, rn to make a song or the publisher

among other senes "S.a.v It \\ ;th a

himself ree rd. the number, t' en any other »*hule!e". which was a hit number in "Arfs*s

mechanical c -mnny l.i' the privilege of re- J"'

followed it with "Forget .le

cord ng it hy serving the prccp«.r notice, accord ng to the law It is wellt known that dnreiicv of small reeorcl companies thrnont the

(Means Rememher Me! and then "BringHorae the Paeon ·. 'w^'r'i't't-n tIn colnlanboration
I-'*''' Colwell and V an and S.- - nek All

coiirtrv m.ike anv song, thev wish, gvitping the r.ihI:sV..r on his royalties, .and tl,. re la rea'Ir no w waayr tf-.ci msaVke them p»a,s.v lxo'nrr thoe pniiM h'ilss'er to privilege any partic-ular recording concern to make a .nng. or arrange anv other con.-e" ons

''I'-1 I®-' P'''' ehanieally. for they have a certain qnality that m "caiikse-s- fi.onf .p.x..e.i..vIlupnct .d.nacnic. o m .c,aaf. -.r.icail. In the tn. ant me ne a so vr.ote pan .r tne score tor » »>'e vaudevlMe produetinn st.ig-d hv Ge-go

not enJoy,.,| by other tirms. ,s a l.i.sls on whic h

'* "'''rking on a musiral comedv

to

s_ bring

suit

on

ground. s of rp'trai.at. of trade. score

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nnPeTx»t

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Numerous hills favoring the publisher and

Bannist. r does not r-ad a single note, yet

writer may (av"ih'.v ho introduced In Congress such authorities s« Pete Wendling deelare he

in future sessions T'ltlmatety there will have has a perfec-t ear for mii«o- t'snatlv a com-

to 1-1 one prov ding for more mon.v from the PPser-Pian .1 who does not read m.is.r either

Phonograpb rmords. which the manufacturers

in most eaves e,n well afford to pay without

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add ng it on to the general public

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The p. 1 plan of the writer wo m.'ntloni-d

ah.>v.

,, p,,ss.i,tr for a writer or

f- strong on harmony or r-vl' m Banni'le- has

he nd sfrange-t of all

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wangRAa hi* f*"*'''''

iifttTf alcn hv i>mr ·'*"

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PHMi'hing ooncern may come

imi.I.sb.r

mike .an exclt.sivo .nratravt with

one or ,«,, b.g meohi.n1.,l oomp.anlo- for tho

pr Vil.go of reoording o rtain s-mgs. Even tho

t'. IW.. . ei,t rov.aItv ba s 1 .oniinii d in

for. e thU plan, bo points out. will r.'..it in a

larger s.ilo .,f r-eord- bv a s..iir, r known to be rol;;,blo and whioh will amount for the .ales

i"*" ·'Xlstenoe shortly, with Frank Marvin, hand
«ann<dl. orpe.bhesfra m ni.in, .aannd Frr..viiri.k Masginoe. Cbbiioog.ggo writer, a« <oo-pPa'rrtn.". 'rvs B..'th bhavv.e- a largo foo'' lowing and W tu'lBleevvoe they oould put over a song or two 'f 't '. 'v vv.nt into hii'ino'S for thornsolves. In tlio event that they do Mag no will
«»>«' crumn the CChhiiccaaggoo m enidl ooff tthhoe bbuussiinneessss aanndd M Maarrvviinn

In full. AKlI thn r**<'Or<N

I**- Ih'M Itni'k

until th«' propt-r nm^Mint of oxplottmc |l:l« hton

Company (Chicago! ''* apparently In demand by the better
circuits. Among those are Irene Trevetfe. Frank Devoe ami Billy Beard singing "Ray in His Little Chevrolet": The Dancing Hnmphres, Chappelle and Stennett and June Morten Using -Spain", which is also the feature otiuiber of the new revue at the Bainbo Gardens in Chicago.
The Lee lee Music Company, of SistersTllle, W. Va., is laying the groundwork for an ex¬ tensive campaign in the interest of its xvaitz song, ··Blenn.irhassett's Melody of Love", which continues to s'.iovv up strong wherever exploited. Not only arc the publishers getting a radio and orchestra plug, l.ut it is also sung in ebautauqua in variou- states.
More numerous than ever are the election songs this y. ar. Most every presidential possibilitv has at least two songs written for him by lorn, btafe talent. .41 Smith and Mc.V.Ioo espc-iary seem to be favored .4t lea't on.song *s by a wweellll--kknnoowwnn w wrriitteerr,. AAnnootthheetr is hy a ccoonnggr'eessssm maann., bbuutt wwee w woonn''tt qquueeeerr hbiim t . Tlie iI,t|-.yveeaarr--e.'''dd ddaauugghhtteerr ooff aa NNeeww YYoorrkk CCiitty offirial is ccrreeddiitteedd wvxh-ltthh ..1a ccaam mppaaiiggnn ddiittttyy,. Senator cC-,.''aa«sss ooff V Viirrggiinniiaa iiss aannootthheerr wwhhoo hhaadd a song w wrriitttteenn ffoorr hhiim m bbyy aa nnaattiivvee aarmaaatteur enthiis.ai-t of RRiicchhm meonndd-. HGoovveerrnnoorr AA1l ..ssimi'h \. w Yy ..*k is pprroobbaabbllyy m moorree lluucckkyy tt!han the ,,otthhcerrms iinn hhmavr-iinngn bive..eon» linkod successfu'ly w t'l "Side Walks of New York", which had much to do with his former elections and which seems to do more toward creating a harmonious, spon¬ taneous atmosphere for his benefit than anything ever dpvis.'d for a candidate. Nothing Fke a popular song to get a crowd, especially when
old-time tune that they want to sing made to Tisualize someone oi
associate hhiim m iinn tthhee ggiinnggeerr''ss m miinndd hhee iindeed fortunate.
T mmy Monacok.ahn.d.* C-- liftf-i-Fkriend hvav,e__ wiri.tten

f', '

pothrart of x^rne" ' ^

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' sst Sweetheart of Mine .

Frnlo Golden, orc-hestra leader at the MeMp'n Hotel Roof, New York, and Phil Pon«'c.

v..M|sher. have ooHaborated on serertil hot

numbera jheduled for earlv release h, I hil
1 once Puhlteatinns. ' '   -

"Adoration Waltz", muaic by F. Maeine. eom

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of Dreamv Mrlt^.v . published by tbo

.7 W .Tonkins So^ Music Company, of Kansas ..'.ftyo^ i,ss ssaaiidd ttoo hhoo ccrroeaattiinugg aa ffuurroorree w whheerreevveerr hheeaarrdd aanndd iiss rraappiiddllyy Iinnm rr.aaM'inoge iinn ppoopp-..i!laarri.t-vv

It is being used as the melody or m rausliec theme

for love s.on.' in m maannyy m moottiioonn ppliocttuurroess aanndd iiss a feature on t' o John Thiilp Soi.iksg .kprograms, IItt llaa aallssoo tthhoo ffaavvoorriittee nnuum mbbeerr w wiitthh tthhee D D--nnnniiaa

SILVER BELL
BANJOS
Neu> Catalog--Just Out
THE BACON BANJO CO., Inc.
GROTON. CONN.

By N'o'o or Eir. Wl-Jj or without music, .bhort Covirso

Adult be;ir.ners taught ty mall No teaehara rouulred.

Beif.in«tri Xioti Course for Advanced Pianists. Learn

«7 ttyles of Bass. 190 Sjnsoipated t»ecfs. Blue lUr-

rOeny. Oriental, Chime. M vie and Cafe Jazz. '^Ick

lY.dlnss. Clever Breaks,

lUlers. .s-'ax Sluro.

Trip e Bass XVI ked Hannc ry. Blue Obligato, and

247 other Subjects Including Ear Playing. 110 pagea

o' PEM. J.17Z. 29,0(10 words A postal brings our

THEE Special Offer WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOL.

258 Superba Theatre Bldg.. Laa Angetaa. Calif.

DRUMMERS
Pitreost bargrainB in Dninn and Trap*, direct from factory to you.
TVrite for Catalog F.
ACME DRUMMERS SUPPLY CO.
218-222 No. May St., CHICAGO. ILL.

WM. M. REDFIELD,
ARRANGER
PIANO. BAND. ORCHESTRA. Frem Irving Berlin's "International Rag" to Wm M-Kcnna's 1921 hit. "Floatin' Down the Mitslssippi ". I have been arranging hits.
WM. M. REDFIELD. 140 W. 34th St.. New York.

Sffaal^OrcH. HONEYMOON

WALTZ-BALLAD.

Ten can't go wreng with thi.s -ninvber. Mflodv ami

nrrangemer.' .y H!KRY .1. LlN'ioLV Tlie QuartiV'e

of the t'h.wu by U.VKIIY L. \I.I'v>KI>. Liiexvln saya:

"I luve male you a i>rr"v nielcly." .Aiford says:

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Whi-n we first met JosepblDe Rojie she was takine an erealuf saunter with her dislingulsUed playwright father, ?;dwln Milton

Cmuiucted ^ GoRDON'WHYTE"

Hoyle, and her talented slater, Helena, re. memb«-red for her fine portrajal of SoWelg In

· Peer Gynt", produced by the Theater Guild.

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Then we appraised little Mias Josephine as a lovely child, "Daddy's little flrl," noting,

Shuberts Float Bond Issue

JOSEPHINE ROYLE

too, that Daddy Royle Is looked upon as a knight, after whom two lucky men must some day pattern themselves.
The second time we saw Josephine Royle was

in ··The T.vranf, pre.ented at the Cherry

I.,ane Playhouse by Inter-Theater Arts, play¬

First Time "Legitimate" Hzis Interested Wall

ing the role of a queen. Her mien was regal, there was finesse and subtlety In her gestnre

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and vlhrant richness in her voice. ".1 prodigy," we reasoned, "the result of heredity" Her

mother was formerly Selena Fetter, one of

New York, June 28.--Following the lead of the moticn pictures and vaudeville in financing their operation* thru stoi'k .and bond Issues, the Shubert Theater Corporation eompleted ar-
rangements this week for a $4,000,000 bond lasue thru Seligman & Company, to be followed latei by an Ihsue of stock.
The new mone.v which will come in thru the sale of the bonds will be us<'d to retire $1,800,000 of outstanding Income debenture liond! and to provide addit oual working capi-
taL While other amusement · enterprises have
sold stock to the public, this operation Is unique in floating a b<.iud issue and it is also the first time a brsnch of the "legitimate" has offered Us securities for sale to the Investing
public. The stock, which will be of no par value,
will he floated after the bonds arc disposed of. Holders of the bonds will be entitled to liuy them at $o0 per share, at the rate of ten to each $1,000 bend, and a warrant to that effect will form part of the bond, .Altogether irdt.dOO shares of common stock will be 8*ued for public sale and 2r>0.noo d.ares will be held by I,ee and J. J Shubert. thus giving them I lie voting control of the corporation. They will remain as the active heads of the corpora-

thirty are lu New York City, and T>0 small "one-night" stands in the smaller tewn«. The first-clas* theaters ran si^at 130.0()0 pt-rsoiis. and box-office recv- pts run as high as Jl.itOO.OOO in a week.
The production end of t'.e business contr l.iili.s lo** thin one-third of ihe Shubert pr.ifits and lake* about oiie-fiflh of the total t me of the eiicuit Hrofit* from -ome of the most popular of re. out .''liubert pr -dncflou* were given in fl.e ci-e of ·`Hlossom Time" at
$700,000; "Hcnibo'', .<( (0.000. and ".Vrtists and
Models". .«10iM>o0. The business Is reasonahly
dable, accord ng to I.ee Sh'iln-rt. who stated that in g .od time* or bad times the orchestra patronage dill continues with little variationaltho there is an ebb and flow in tin balconv patronage in accordance with the turn of genoral business conditions. Mr. IShnbort also stated that J. .T. Sliuhcrt and h!ni«clf would cmfuiie with other executive* to devote their full time to the business, serving on the board of directors and hold'ng other office*. The bankers 31*0 will be represented on the board.
Coincidentally with the announcement cf the bond issue, f e Me**rs. Shubert 1-sncd a tenta¬ tive program of th-ir pluns for the coming season. .All of the -tais now p'aying for them w^'i continue a* iM-forc and th s list Is ex-

Daughter of Edwin Milton Royle and Selena Fetter Royle. playing the role of Tho Lucky One, the girl who escaped from the net of evil into which she was unwittingly srAred, in "Her Way Out", at the Gaiety Theater, New 'York. "Her Way Out" U
from the pen of Edwin Milton Royle.

the stage favorites of her day (which aeconnts for the fact that her daughters look inpon her former stage finery as a talisman, adapting parti of It to the'.r stage costumes). Her father needs no introduction.
The third time we saw Josephine Royle was on the opening night of her father's latest p'ay, "Her Way Out", at the Gaiety. Reatrlce Terry and Kdward Arnold being the featured player*. This time she was the Ingenue, in a small role that Is part of the big moment of the play. Seek ng her backstage, we found her s.-ated In her dressing room, gazing at a photograph of "The handsomest man In the World" .\s a photograph of the handsomest man In the world Is not to be sniffed at. we looked over her shoulder, withont waiting for an Invitation, and dl'corered--^f^leas who>-- the daddy knight!
"Js It true." we asked, "that yon are col* laborat ng w.th your father on a plsyP*
"Ves. but in a very, very tmall way," ad¬ mitted Miss Josephine.
".\nd is It true that you write pa^-tryT* ``.\fter a fashion." confessed Miss Josephine. "What fashion?" we demanded. .Ind here Is the answa-r. which speaks toInmes for Itself in beauty of sentiment and 1nd'cates that she Is following In her literary

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pocted to be added to before the season opens.

father's footsteps;

The Shubert Circuit consists of elghty-sIx A1 Jolsou will appear in a new extravaganza lio aters, leased, own- d or hooked thrnout the the early part of the season This will mark ···iinfry In first-class cities and some TiO Jolson's fourteenth year under the manage-

Messrs. Shubert are also bringing over from Lendon Harry Tate and bis entire EnglNb company.

Writhing as tho In agony. What Is this thing I see? .\ tree ?

1!.eaters In the one-night stand class Lee SliiilH'rt states that the booking of these houses form* the major part of the corporation'* hii*'iiess, (lie making of productions being respon*!hle for less than one-third of the firm's profits,
Earning figures of the Shubert T'leater Corporation, which is the largest of its kind in the

ment of the Messi-s. Bhubert. There is to he a new "Pa's'rg Show", series of 1D24 for the Winter Garden this summer. "The Pa«.slng Show of 1023", which toured all of last season, will play to the Coast. Willie and Eugene Howa-d will be seen In a new revue as yet unnamed

" 'Innocent Eyes', now at the Winter Gar¬ den. will be -ent on tour. There will be three ·Blossom Time' companies. 'Vogo* and Frolics of 1021', now at the Siinle rt Theater, is boeVed for a Chicago engagenieiit lu .'-·pl-mber. 'Sally, Irene and Mary', featur ng I'd lle
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If .you're endowed with memory. Has recollection thru the sieve of years Sllpp<d. and a veil of tears Cloitded that far-off time when yon were yunng .\nd from the tender earth had newly sprung. \ s.sppiing, slim, symmetrical and sleek? W'at storm and strife Twisted your life That you became so passionately bleak?

world, have been made public for the fir-t T-e statement continues: "While .Artists

What poison have yon driipk

time For fi*. al vears ending in each case on

June 30 the .-orporation r-ported net earnings

after depreciation and available for interest

on bonds and federal taxes as follow*; SI -

071107 in 10'^ $l.iss 472 In 1221. $202."33 in

10-22. $l,nr.(l'w2 in 1023, and. estimated, $2 -

247 182 in 1021. the md for the eight montiis ended last Februarv 'JO having heen $1,047,182.

and the companVs estimate for the remain-

Ing four month* to June 30 next $000 000.

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» sensational hit in Chicago, the

Messrs, Shubert are having written the second

"f fhe series which will be ready in .Angu*t.

»he first proiluet on of this name.

many of the sketches and Ideas will come from

recently staged hy the 111u«tra'ors-

Society. "`-''t neldelberg'. with mu*lc by Sigmund

Romberg and book hy D-rothy Donnellv. will

'>·* among the flr*t of the music plays along
(he lines of `Hlossom Time-. This will soon f,,vowed bv a play based on the life of

APPROPRIATELY CAST
New York, June '28.--Mr*. Blanche Cliapinan who Is the mother of Helen Ford, late ef "Helen of Trey, N. \ ", ha* Joined tie- cast of "Love 'Em and Leave 'Fm". now in rehears.als. She w 11 play the motl er to Ger¬ trude Bryan, who p'ays the stellar r de .l.ffin V. A. Weaver's new comedy la book-d to op<-n next Monday In .A»bury Park and thenee proceed along the Jer*ey shoreline t oT. ng Branch.

That v'l have gr'>wn su gaunt and black of trunk?
What have y.ui done That you are now a thing That's only fit to *wtng .\ b'ood-si.sliied soul upon?
\ flock of iinlovi*)! thought*. Ir'rn of despair. Have settled In your ha'r .\nd shrill to us to follow If we dare
.\ holy praver breathiHj In your shrunk- n shads W"uhi shiver like a naked thing, afraid .\nd caper to the music of a spade That bites Into a `tone

February 20 "'`·''"J total assets of $14.IW.-

They will also produce The Life of

14i, Including . 1.'i.i.l 4 in cash. .. 4 . notes pf^p^hach*. with a musical arrangement by

GORDON WRITES TWO MORE

t>r the bleached Nme I.ying where some old grave was made

receivable. $1,103,021 account* receivable, $303 -

Romberg. Franz I^-har's operetta.

Honlly and straight your fingers strain

873 productions. $0.-1.2t0 advance payments for production r!sht«. 1^10.1ar'1 «upplies, and $10,0.80 cash surrender value of I fe insurance policies, bringing total current a*se-s to $2,000,001, against tota' cu-r-nt liahil-
ities of $027.1.31. Other assets It.m* w-re invesfmenfs. $342.O.'.0; real estate and e.,n;[ment $10,011,043; building advances ami base security deiKisits applicable to future rent,
$332.0.30; moving picturt- and stock rights to own peoduetlons, trade names, good-will, etc., $1, and deferred charge*. $301,213. The Lah:lrie* listed showed. In addition to $027,131 as current Items, the following; Deferred credit*,

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Paganini- will also he produced,

" `Tbe Dream Girl', the last work hv Victor Herbert, -tarring Fay Huinter and featuring Wal-er Woolf .and wltli book by H da -lohnson Young. 1* among the early offering-. -An"f'mr 's "V« Little Dutch GlrT. In which the Messrs. ShuWrt will present the Pngllsh --irtists. June and Ho.vston. Dorothy Donn.l'v ha* been commissioned to make a musical ver-Iou of Hedh Tarklngton « pl.iy. `>nventeen . There 1* al-o to lie a music H version of 'The Gharm S<liool', in wideli T.ynn Overman will ''c starred T:,!s Is being done by Fr-'d Thomp-

New A'oi'*. June 27.--Leon Gord"n. author of "White Cargo", cable* from London he InsI completed the script* of two new plays, which he hO|M-* to p-e-ent on Broadwav InI Ihe autumn. rhamte ilaln B-iwn. t'e dra¬ matic agent, has hei-n In-trncled hy t'e p'sywrlght to as*> mble * otr rompan'e* of "AA'hlte' Cargo'', bonked to four the rmintry from coast to roast.
HELL-BENT" TO TOUR
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\s tho an un<iuenchi-d lust In constant pain t'ompelli'd tln-m up and held them taut. Too tense to even capture what they sought.
Sadiv the sun weeps down I'p-'n your plight, Kii-k with Its obvious Inadequate ability To ever fashion you Into a tree, You hunger for the night .\ti<l the cold light That the ·phemeral moon distills With which to drai>e Your shaggy shape In white.
Dankiv the wind curia ever In and out. Whistling and wh- ezing and whimper ng about Those fitld gout 'Welliil limbs of thiua

8133 100: real estate mortgage* and deferred ·`on and CLfford Gr-'y.

^ In bacchanalia serpi'Otlne.

imroha.se payments, .Al.lSO.Otti; flie new issue of ten-year seven per cent gold d. bentnre*. .*(.000.000, and capital stock and surplus r. pr s.-nt-'d by 130.000 outstanding shares presently to be Issued. $4,073,226.
Tiic i.rosppetus aecompan.xiiig th- Irriid offerlag state- that the Shubert business, whl<h 1* a consolidation of the $hubert Thea'r'.ai r.mpr.ny, Sam S. & Lee Shubert, Inc., the Shubert fonsolidafed Euterprlses, Ine., the Wint r Gard' li Company, Inc., and lesser afflllatie i*. eons sti'ig of ti.e proprietorship and hiri.;ii:g tlieaters and of the production and pre-eniation of theatrical attractions. .V clati-e -n eoufraets under whieli Si,ul«`rt fiieater* a.e b * to oiher p-odueers contains a stipulation wherei.y the Shubert Interest* receive a cut in Hie boxefflee revenues of such production* a d th" right Is retained liy the Shubert* to I an o-l ,nstantly any lease once the pr-rtliK-t on In it-i theater turns stagnant. Ttie Shube-t tueiking of theaters is the major portion of it* bu*iness; there are eighty.six flrst-cla*s t'enter*

"Tiie specul.it'on a- to tiic future of .Tame* I'. iriou was -.-f at ·-.-t br the aniioune.-meni

-'at a lo-w mii-Ual plav '- b.-lng wri'ten for

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-he ear1!e-t musical piece- will

!.. `Ciis, fbe Hus', by .Tack I.ait, with Hrr-udel

Burt, "Ilaely in -'e fill T'.I'vard T.anrlllarcl w'll bring f.i Ve-.y Yerk liie enfre T.ondon company now aiqe ar iig in the nuglish revue .at M.e Little Tlieater. .\iiioug the idayers coining an- Jr '; H i'lieit. r elv i oiirtneblge, Alai Bacon and Tlioma* AV. gnelin. There la also to be a tow revue in one of fie New A'or'i S'l-t.ert I' e.iters -· g d b-.- .Albert de Pour\ hv From the fa-ino de I'aii- In f'e Frenel(ap'tal the Me--i*, S' ute ri are brlaiiing over an entire I'.ir sinii ; . m-. other mti- cal p'a' s --li d i ed for early piodin i on are 'T'le .Silvi-r Ii.ineer". fiom Vi iina; "c e H diioln C.iir `I'ipsI', bv Ibigel and Ho--i. w'tii tun* c bv T>r. I;, iiet-ki; 'Tlie Daio ing '(ask', w'th mu'-; ' hy Dr. Benelski; T'e Mo-I H-sut fit' of Women', hy I'romr.ie. and 'r. i'eh i* Naei.*',

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CAST OF "AMBER FLUID'
«· A'ork. June 27.--"Tlie .Amb.r FI.(id", .Ai'liiir J. Lamb's new plav, is announ<ei| to 111 1-11 in Chi. ago Sunday n gi f al the I'rinee * llicater. In the cai.f are Elaine (;)iol*nn, who play* the hading role: George Mactjnarrie. .Mm .sttokc*. Iralxdle Handolph, ILiriy innitan, Cliar!*'* l',.iuderer and Cliailc* Monnell.
TO MANAGE HOFFMAN ESTATE
\ w York. .1 :iic '27.--The v.irtoii* dr.im.itlc Murks of the late .A.iron Iluflm.iii will be iii.inaged by W.irrcn F. laiwrence, who ha* Ix-cn hiiig a-so<'iateil with the pl.iywrlglit. I.awrence is Htid to have aeveral new Huffman plays

.tnd yet we know W nter eventii.vlly must go. nia war car flees It. fore the arrowed sun. The trees Miraculously, one by one, lu myriad syllables of green, again I hant that old. ever new. refrain "Spr ngtinie nuil I, fe have blossomed out of
IMiln." JOSEPHINE FETTER ROYLE.

Horn lit .\von-by the 8ea. X. J.. aln.ut sev¬

enteen leiira ago, Josephine Hoyle made her

fyst appeiiriini e In an iimateur role, ns the

bhi.'k-fiieed riig doll, known as "Inkpot", in

"K fl of the Tii.ishop". Her next venture

was In her father's play, "The Hln of Clnde-

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dri f's Ibiine.

Hhe was Iheu sent to the Sargent Dramatic S< I iHil .\fter h- r graduation she appean-d In the dramatlrntlon of "I.auncelot and Elaine", arranged by Edwin Milton Royle. After ap-

Id the Fnitcd States and Canada, of which which ran for an entire s. a*oii in Vienna. which will be relea"cd shortly for prodqrtltiD.

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COMING TO BROADWAY

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\'. \v Yi,ik. Juno 27.--"Tho f.'Iaiu Uiguor",

Ilf K vt-n Oltlifru Ilf till- nri.Mii.z.'itiiin tlil« ji'iir wlmh wa- trifi.l o`iuiift !ini I.-".- .VVnnugffljl-is- -fvioTral

Vork. Juno 27.--Only one show ia

an William Crillltli. Ja!iii>- .Norrn ainl Ilanry >.M· irr<- li:aiii>, |l.y tthh*-- M . 'lr. o-in Sffom. kk 'l'ioimm:v iny. will m h-ilulf.l u* roming to Dn adway no-Tf tVQoSc

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ROUND THE RIALTO

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in TThlif laaiktm-il Door", ami fl.oiiuii falhl -rn. with ` |*''ldl,Iia:i", plaa.yvceidl tlhme lIefadiinig roloefs in the or .n11.al .-tooii'WW prfeiao-nnttaattllooDn.
"DELUGE" TO CIRCLE GLOBE

nnator Monday night. The mu-lc i- by (Iforge 'ershwin. the lyrie- by I!ud De .s.viva and
Jtallard .M.Donald and the eommly material t'V various people. The ea-t will inelude Wiiiij.e
i .iglun-r, la--ter Allen. Tom Patri-ola. Will

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n:,.i arrlT-d f om fhina tliU week, -o I ivi no' -een many of the lad'*. : t : t
«f proli,ilily lia'f eiioiigh to report of r,· : : : At l-a-t we Iioim* we havf.
: pii tig a »;-lt to GEORGE tOTTMAN. ,1 ' JACK KILLS' herald, w- h-.ird a .yarn h«i .11 i.t 11- h galy. : · : : It -eem- that tail n th- Wf-i Ifiiiglit a ifp> of ZEZ SrKl'Y S I" 'k "11 tri-k piano playing to ttml ,,t 1,1.1. ZEZ mak-- lie remarkal.le piano rolN (I, . . ; : N'.«. ZEZ iiiaWf- th.ow 'ay playI ^ t!.. ne "il. hr-t ami then ptaying hla
I nil. . "l-ry on top of that. ; : ; : It r.i le f.i.i hand |iU.*nig : : : : The pur-
...r.if t- I--..k laiiiii d that It did not explain ZEZ lit ih the ndl. and ilfm.ind-.l hla
1 .'ai .. k ; : : t ZEZ llieieupon sent th*` bird h'fcr »ud. a-k.iig him t.. keep It a -e. :-t.
ti.:il h:m t ut Ilf wa- a fr-ak wfh four hao'ls itt-i- .| "( Iso ami tli.ii wa- liow be Was able

NEW DRAMA BY LEIBER
Vi w Volk. June 3h.--A. .1. Malby. who l« -iMin-oring Alien Iwila-r'a eoinidy. ·'Try It With ·Vll.-e". at the nfly-Seeoud Street Theater, lia- a'-iepted a new play by the -anie author wlilch he plans to pre-i ni on B;-iadway khortl.T. It lb (entativelj called "Intluence".
"MARCH ON" IN THE FALL
New Vork, June .aj.--Howard Irving Young, f' r a niiai'iyr of years head of the Famous riayera-La-ky seenano deiiartment. is the author of a new p.ay. ` Mareb tin", which will be giv.n a stage production in the fall. It will
x,,,j,yllie. 'Penn., by the Clarke s.iyemall Players.

k' iv York. .June js.--Following the Chicago ' niigagecmi nt of `'The Dr'iHge", Mel Raymond "'d '`'"ndd hi- revival produnc-tion on a world tour that takeeri,' in England. France., Cermany, south .\tfrriicia and -.V\uu--ftrraalliia. EF.mmlllie Polini will have tlif stellar roe in the globe-trotting f\|»-d:iU>rj, which Is due to sail for Europe dm i!g the fall -eason.
AWARDED ARTS DEGREE
\-.w Vork. June 27.--Walter Hampden was awwaairded the honorary degree of Master of A.Vrrtt-' at the Williams College commenceem meenntt, hIlel-lidd this week at William-town, M Maassss. Illl..iimmppidh--na wwiillll tteerrm miinnaattee bb!is -ca-on in "CCyyrraannio .mIf I_ tcr_ ger-a'-"· at t.hi-e Nv,ational Theater Jullyy 22..

: « i< tODfU a.iOt jt'Vt a glCga gif

-
iSA&&&S.EM:&KKKKSS.?i,^'SKSA-iK*Sssiiui aa,.
wr

-Ma.ioney, Richard Bold. Helen Hud-on. Newton .\Iexander, Thea Lightner. Olive Vaughn, the Williams Si-ters. the Elm City IVnr, .Vlh-e Weaver, i^ally Starr, James Miller and the Demanos.
'.'Iiid". a comedy by Katherine Browning Miller, will open Thursday night at the Cherry Lane Theater. The ca-i wil be beaded by William S. Rainey and Vera Tompkins.
GORDON SECURES CHARTER
Tot)i. June 28.--Kilbourn Gordon has granted a charter by the Secretary of ·''***1® for the Green Beetle Corporation, wbleb "'*** sponsor the production of a new melodrama entitled "The Green Beetle". Associated wifb producer as stockholders are Joseph P. Bi'kerton and S. R. Fleischer. The play U Scheduled to 0|>en at A.-bury Park or I»ng
within a month. Gordon was sponsor and part author of "Out of the Seven Seas".

to i-.i.v ih- roil-. : : ; : Hf al-o enclo--d .x

5^ which floundered last Novembtr after a brief

I ill- k f r tl .'a». * ut Ufglf, tf*t to -ign It, : : * :
The iS'l M'"!- h.c k to ZEZ. thankfd li'.iu for the <\ a;.*'  ii au.l a--urcd liiiii he would ~ ki-p a - Id : : ; r IT.fn In a P. S he "

LONG RUN DRAMATIC PLAY RECORDS^ ^ stay at the Fraree Theater.

.Nunibi r of *ons-cutive i>eiforuifti<  · up to and im iudiug siaturd.iy, Jans 28.

S MME. KALICH GUEST OF GUILD

id'l'-il ' ";o "( .vour tmir liaiid- foigot to .ign ^

tkai

- k" '

I - III no t SICHAKO -jj

IN NEW YORK

New York, June 27.--Bertha Kalicb, who la -tarring in ''The Kreutzer Sonata" at the

: XNFTT n l.'i » ..tsoil

-tatl a ffw

k-

.f , i.;. 1 ..<· · iig.'gcno i't-. : ; DICK f" I ^

.'Si.  .1' · wiP

· n -c >«'· I'''.'' to\t 3

i-

,1.4- Tlir iiiaiiagi-iiii lit of DAV'ID 3

BELASCO : ; ; : : I i.e iir-t w.ll 1.. « GUITRY S

V'li .1 '· i' -atiro on a no-lixlrama 1

-·e'

e'k*- - I c 1 a«i' '. now .1 li.g or.don sii.

 : · DICK -a.- hf .- going lo boy a l>oat ^

from

.-r'-'''- if the vacdcvdlf ton''. : : · ' st

,! 's i gf. .,1 F Illf«" Wf ran Inn. BOBBY X'

ORT ; . ri.ap- i.ftl. r kiiown .s« HASSARD. 3

: II- - futliii-lf-lie aisiUt the I>i'n. h 3

-n-.j.

Ill i- to prduce next sea-on j

il>'l 1 l«.iilrtte '. r r t : If U time tout «

prodiMil for lilm-flf and we oniy tio;.e

ili«» .1- well for BOBBY a- lie ha- for Iho-e *>

has pr idu- ed f. r ; : : ; Three of o'lr 3

rifB<l« half bii-ifd intu Hm- July magizlnc-

: : : Tie re I. a c-irking -lory atmut COURT-

'i RTLEY COOPER In the July "Hmikmau " ^

' GRANT OVERTON: EDWIN P. NORWOOD ^

a- a dandy .m iiial v.irp In The .kuier an ^

Itgai.Di- a:,i1 LEW' GRAHAM llgiire- in a -tory ^

ho* the c r.iis «a- radeieil. .n popular K.id ·- id

: : -Ml wIki know tbe-e lail- w;.! be Inter-

.'·d I am su e. : : : : EARL CHAPIN MAY 3

n'M"il in to see us and -ay* be Is finding

ready market for hi- i-tiu- yarns. : : . : ^

Ir oi.gat to, for they are ex.-ellent- : : t So

f .r-iu are fond of the eir. u.<. don't overb ok

is novel. ·'Cuddy of the White Tops". 1 i = 3

- '

the pup. Went In -w uiraicg Inst we.-k. ^

: : : Df h.- own aeoTil, loo. : : s : We aie

dy to revise our Judgno-nt aa to his brei d. sc

: I : We thought he was an oysietbi-und. 3

.tbif'- Iribh IJo-e.. All i.ihI m t'h'llmi

OPENING NO. OF DATE. PERFS.  -- ..Ilopuliii'-.Ma.v 2'2.8*"^
---.I riiMii* I'lown.May l.'i.* 37

I'a ggar on II tm :

..I'roadiiiir-l.I'fl.. 12.loJ

IM'.ii llandanici. 1.
I rob . 'Ih..
1 ap' r lo Mini

-=..'ll -Ty-.\inlh st....Ma; .`i. ----~ .........I'l'lTiiont.Vpr, I*!....,, Si
..Ilud-oii.Vpr. 22.7'.i

t'jraiio d. Bi rg. rac. Wa I'-r Hampden... .V.ximn.'i!.I.. 17.22'i

I x| ri --ii.g Willic .. .' .orly-1. ghth .-t Xpr. Iti.>~i

J a-hi»n.

. ..lirccnwieh VillageFeb. 3.1''2

I a`a M igana. --

.Lyceum..viar. .1.".*!

' 1---· ll.ii.g- 11

T.ii' ... .Dijou.Jan. 2'.*.17s

III r Wa> If.'.--..'i.xifty.....Jiiiii' 'J.;. S brent/,-r S'li.it.i 1 ...Dlieerttli*a K Kaa llclbi.cb.Frazee.»....M:iy It.C!

I.ick.il 1* r. ll.f. .. .Cort.Jun ...Je une 10. I1I1

.Meet th. Wif. .. ..Klaw..No..v .No. v. 2 26 6..IISSV 'j

.Ml l.di Man. The.L .Le ew w Fields.

.... rorty-Nlnth St.. ...May 13..

·vi ra.. The.. I'otlT. Tl* .. ·Saint Jiuii. . ·S' ame W.-mao. The.. Shimfliig S'.ado.i-..
sbew-ii'T. Tic. .So Ih'a I- Pol.! . -....
spring 1 b jii .ng.. fry It W.t: All.... M'hitf C.irgii. -- Wonderful V -it. The...

....Century. ...Jail. l.'i.

.... Plymouth. ..Dc. .k. · .. Garrick. ..I)f>'. 2s.

... .Comedy. ..Oct. D'l.

-Uitz. ..June 26.  Playhoiisf.... .. F li.

. ..-llenr.y MllbT'- · June 16.

.... Kit Inge. . Nov. 0.

... F:fty-Secoud St. .June

·  · Daly'-.. ·...

· Nov. 5...

. ..Prince-'s....

·. Hay 14...

·rio-d June '.`s.

IN CHICAGO

.\M.'· Iri-h Ro.-e. l·.'IilKe, T.iC. Polini.
·Ka-y Slr.el. i>n the .stair.-. sun Fp. Mi'rewolf, The.

, .Stndebuker.....Dec. 23... ..247 . i'ort. .... Jnne 15... .. IS .Wood.-. ....May 11... e e dk> , .1 eiitral. ....June 1... . - *27
..I.u .Salle..May -4... e e 7`J i. .\delphi. . · · -J une 1... .. 36

·Moved lo Woods June 22.

IN BOSTON

Frazee Theater, was one of the guests of honor .It a meeting of the Jewish Theatrical Guild of America, held recently at the Sbubert. Mine. Kalich IS eximcted to join the Guild, n.jw that women of the -tage are eligible for membership.

dence when Charles E. and Harry (Hay Blaney's jg blood ani^ thunder play, "The Red Ki-s", .s S presented on tour next season. Carlyle li.is ^ appeared with the Blaney raacag.'ment for a S number of years. He was with the original ^ production of "Acroas the Pacific".

|fl Morris Gest ha- left for Russia, where lie M will confer with Con-tuntln Stanshiv-iy. S Vladimir Nemlrovitch-Dantchenko and the couii S ell of the Moscow Art Theater. Gest Is act^ ing as emissary for D.iyld Belasco, who lia^ been invited to stage "The Return of Pet.-r ^ Grimm" and "The Girl of the Golden West" H for the Russian players.

Bert Harrison is motoring east from Havana.

3 Ark. According to schedule the stage director

g will arrive in New York about the first week

g in August. .Ml in all. Harrison's "flreles-

H i-Kiker" will take one month flat or there-

S abouts to make the trip. He will stage "The

9 Best People" and the cast will be the same

a g
n IKI

that appe.ired In the play during Ita run In
Chicago nest seaaon. -
A whole lot of the credit for Eqnity Playera

success !u producing "Expressing Willie" be-

^ longs to Frank Glllmore. He is was who picked

: : : Now we believe him to be a Osh-bound. 3

: : : Or what have you!

S

TOM PEPPER. ^

AUXILIARY PLAYERS IN FINAL PROGRAM OF SEASON T

i.le Town's Talking.

 rant Mit-hell.I'l.'iiioutb.June

y the play when the rest of the board were M against it. His judgment of Its worth, both
]§ artistically and financially, has been vlndicated most handsomely. But for his t.'naclty __ In Insisting that the play be produced, tho
good fortune which is now Eqnity Playera might never h-tve come to pass.

New York. June 27-The Aiuniary Players.

*n

4'«»nijMk«.e il of iIio-m* {tlaylDg lo

^hf> hi ill .ir,,) iniDitr roll*" uf

(jUtld

DRAMATIC A\ | J |x

IVi /A

|____

_----

NOTES

Olga Printzlau. who has been writing ex¬ clusively for motion plcfi.res. ha* completed her first drama for the stage. It Is called "Window

pr-idiii · i.iiw. jirt ^.nltil thuM* on*-«»I

ns

the r tuial program of the -ea-.m Monday after-

»"<n .,1 til.' Garrl. k Tb.al. r In the audieme

Were 111....... ii.ihorn, rxe. iillve director and

* 't n.' .1 f,, i.»r **f tin*

Gn.M: other

nntt.. tmtiui. rr- t.ff tthi** 1iHMtil.. iii* ioI»mt* of th.** 4 a*»at» o#f

>. »i* f -.*· .1 ..A* . ai

*. a

t

Mr. aanndd M Mrrss.. GGeeoorrggee II..ee-- -ee.vy w wiillll .sppeenndd the »a'iii3m>rroaPerr aa»t tthheeiirr ccoottttaaggee.. ·-'TThhee TTiipp FIpp'".. at ·S'*o«"u»t»h> Lyme. Conn., on Long Island Sgoetir.d

... *

i, .

k* A»g>.x

... AAlllU H-r#rttaa Cnurllsi^ hb.tti^ o*^Hn enfpfatfM omcli-ob. yt.*AAnn·gg·uiuit^tUH

ITMlttt*ittui ff«o»rr thhor Ihm*)it*litiuugg fie'imnllnnlliiHh' roollte* iIn H li eart

the Playhouse, New York, has turned over two new plays to Uosalie Stewart for production next scasirn.
j p McEvuy. who wrote "The Potier-**, ntnv iu its eiichth month at the Plymouth

(Continued on page
Dramatic Art

nr*-nn..liww nI h*. j.1Uk, u» r** ·.M aa ..|h. rrl.y .1.*»'»` Bby trin.il.e-i,f » III Jmii* 4'*h lir.in. pMtrtrlii Hurt Ijiy,

«li«» i- playltitf 111 * rutii

.il thr

^> " in. \ .rg II..I 4*i.r«*k*«>tT Mti*!I H a, iiba .ira «-.iiNn«o.:

1. 1h. nta \v\\ nII lIU t pinn -.ha\ tI.iwniit-r 1I .siit Kh. «-r.

*' tihn pIt. iniiry IllIr**ut, .I-IlarkX** II.t itlm^a. fK.kwjil1M tehu

1*%· `iTrrL.. .XI M \i ary </ .N.1!l.itl. y. amia .**.iI th* at5*r**«*n

ooa * M'Huueo. . Thr p'ay will opte'n eraarly iu Autrii'st

^ ^ ibnS''.

iri-

.V M«t r.*nn.«*tt liaj* b-b*»«'n r-entjiagod·. foir» lu*i

1* lirt i*>l«*fur*» by Tlio \a-ux le , rn% iv«T*#»:I*y . ..

"hl*. h :h f . * Th»*

Chron, lfl*

of Am*`ri«'ii ..,.-1

srr

In w,.b h br p* rrv otl'.l.v a 'Pt «rrHl

"

·

""

'Ui^fr**. 4allll..

hy St hiiltxii'r. with tw»*ufy on** in
lu ll... .. N..rri.. A.mim. ,111.1 .* r.iia _ Mol_ if.iu·a*';. vVilrraf.n. «.)

isn.-l'ii, lb'll-,.

\v IF.HU G-irtith, Kiiiley

lift.-I.It. Willard 'l.ll*- .Hill I I'oii.ird loan.

' I'I'i.v *.i- diri-il'd !·> Ibiiry I'liiii'iil,

AV rruutb.-Il-e.' .fL'o*'t-i-i' ·I/iud.on ofmfers atht e iinf^o.rmation fliaf IVggv If Ned. .\mrri.aann ..xa Itrr..---.. aa-- ar ranged lo re!'., ii to New York In the autumn Si,e will li'lng with her the -erlpt of "r'ns
Fours ', In v'hich -lie ainoared abroad.

of 11,1 iitg.iiiii'atliin. The flr-t two S'" iiiiili r till' il.ii- toll of Uolu'ii I 11'.us ·"'k. -t.igi 111,1,1.igi'r of lilt' Ilii'.iiiT Guild, will!
I"' 11 lii-liii tor at S.iigi'iit'- mid w iP !»·' an

Jo-e|ili U' a.in. Irl-h tenor, will make his flr-t appi'.ir.iia e on the ilrainalie -tage In · lleirf o' M ne'', .1 roiii.'inleonu'dv draiii.'i. be

'I 't" ii.r u.\|

iu the ». luMil of llic iiuder Hm' mai.ageinent of .Viigti-liis Pifou.

Theater, New York, ha** finished a new romIlly, whleh Uo hard Herndon will prodtiee early III the coming sr-a-on.
Lew s and Gordon will again take up Hut. he-on r.'Vd- Irama. "The Naked Man", wliieii i'Ud a preltnunary pnslnefion Last fall with Wallai e Kddinger in the star nde. E ld nger, liiiwever. will he pre-ent'd by the mMiiagement '·1 !i new play. The T.oiig .\rm''.
T'e mniplele la-t of "T'e Sable * o.it ". William A. Brady's fortheemlug produe'.oii. i'.'iii|ir:-, - K'lw'ii Meaiiib"-, Fa ioti.i Mont. rev. ll.ilaTt Strange, Katliaiiiie Haydi ii, IF nrv Mowbray. Claire Gr. iH .lle. Tom C<h1v. I .'U -e Muldener, Fr ink IFiWiou. J: ne Web-ter. F inklyn Fox and Charles Esdale.

TUFATRF UNef Hw Diriction *1
DniiTiuc Elizabeth Mack li U U M 11L Pupil oi Sarah Bcrnhardl
\n oppoiiimllj to uoQu.r# tJ>* principles of Drznutlc An. with ipeciul reference to the detelopi.ifnt of the voice a-nd technique thrmuh icfjul -*.ige exiierien-e. Ad.lrese SECRETARY, Elirxbrth Ma.li Studies. IS W. 12th S«.. New Vvk.
Alberti School of Expression
M.iy pupils in l'-l;Ili New York pr JttitU'nj. Pli'tore-. Young I'copi®'* Theutre and Stuart Wa.ker's Conipei le*.
1114 Carnegie Hull. New Yerk City.
THEODORA IRVINE

n Guild Tloaler. lie Viixil'.i y lu.ij.-r- w.ri Iirgaiori'd |ietiiia-
·oi'li I.i-i -iiiiimer fulliiniiia a im-eiilui UUI of
lata 'lorgana'' uilii .Finn - Norris and Virgin .i a glon III ilie le.idliig rob- now iilayed by I 'll. IJ SI,'Ml,, au,| Murgaii Failej al llm
Ly iiini. I'lil- tryout iiof eiily eouvliiied Hie
llnaii'·rr Gi.iuiild tlinl Hlliie play w«..ii- worlli giving egiilar prodiiiHiiu this -ea-on, but -liowed

J idlmin Gra'niaiiii sS.'l,i,.vv 'lal- jooTii'idl ft: e ei ii-l of

"· TT''le W Monin.lleeiiffiill V -'IF :aitl tihlel' lI^'rr nti. e-- I'lei

G t. rr N\'.'.-w VY '-k

H.e ....^ dr- a'iL t rainykilyi^i toy.

wlwi left lo go wD'' ' Tbil.e- Ss.ayble Coat , the

new Wlll'am

Brady pP-'lmMlliiiieettiloon.

Fl.eorge Kelly, who penned the li glily m lu er'torion, comedy. "The Show-Off '. uow current al

Muv IFb-oii will i-aa-t the leading role u

^

J,;.,,. fi.uu II. r "Wn pen It i- ea'.ie.l

·'S.iiiuthing I'ell- M. ". and wll be p'.s.ire.l

Angu-lu- F'tou for the flr-t t me In I'.tlca. y y ^ September 27, Mi-- Rob-.m'- d-ania

expected to put In an appi'annoe on Broad-

way ahon* a mouth later. --
Jehu C Carlyle will be very much in evi-

DIRECTOR OF THE IRVtNE PLAYERS
.\ Coarse hi .\ctli'*. Voice. P.i'itomlme, Fencing, R'.iythmicul Uuticinz.
·Trzcher of .Ml-e Btj.Jy. Wiwk approved by Bllth Wyi.iiie MitiUlsoii.
Summer Course^--Community Theatr* Hollywood, Calif., Juno 30 to Aug. 9 New York Address: 31 Biferslde Drive.

I

JULY 5, 1924

viewcT, J/ewaf a73d ConQ/nent '^_y4/fped JVeUon.
eommun/eaf/onzT to I`f933poacln'^JVew}bpJ^

DAVID BELASCO SEEKING UNKNOWN STOCK PLAYERS

HERBERT CLARK

HERBERT CLAMt
A Clever Young Juvenile Who Has Made Good in Stock and Has a Promising Future
Endowi-d by nutnrc with it HtriklDKly p|pa«inK

f.u't*. Ilctirr iind a r<`miirkiil'l«> i>|K>aklnR Toloe,

IliThort tTark. IrndlnK Jiiv< ntic with the Itnx'k

Precedent Set by Belasco for Summer To Be

ton I'layrr'i, nt tin* City Theater. Hrorktoo. MaS'*., I* on the hlchway of mn-ee**. altho he

Followed by Other Prominent Producers--

lia-< been on the i>rof)'!<«ional dramatle ataae l ilt three year*. Horn of thoatrleal pirentaee.

Plans for Dramatic Stock Service Bureau

Ilia father Ix'lntt Willlatn t'lark. a tiilhert and Sullivan oi>«'ra ·Initer. whom the older Renera-

Under Way by Harry Clay Blaney

tion of mii'le lovera will reeall In 'T'lnafore'', ·`The Mikado'. "The I'lraten of I'enianee". etc.. Uerl»-rt Clark waa edneated in hla native

elty. ritt'itoirR. I'a.. nnlxhlDK with a eourae in

New York, Jmie 27.--When onr n'-I'taut. of r

Elizabeth Kingston, brought in a report that mom

I'atil Scott, (lean of dramatic stock agenta, ^yas presi

planning to indnee Iiavid Bi-lasco, dean of a s]

dramatists, to accompany him on a tour of dra- genii

matic stock houscB to n-vi.-w the personality, to t

talent and ability of players in stock presenta- was

tion we were skeptical of h a ar.ceeas. There- so I

fore was highly pleased during the past week ovat

to have it eoiitirmed liy Miss Kingston that Paul agai

Seott, of lls' Paul Scott .\gency in the Knlcker* forir

booker Theater Bnilding, a< ted as eseort-ln-cbief eom|

to David Itela'co and Kiith Dayton Friday eve- ly."

ning. .Iiine JO. on a visjt to the narder-Hall ^

Players at the Palace Theater, Port Kichmnnd,

Island^

.\s they followed the usherette down the mid<"  ai-le someone in Ihe audience exclaimed:

"(th, there's David Belasiol" The isTOgnition

then lie, aiiie gi neral and Mr. Belaseo bowed to

one and all in appreciation. The call for

sliei.rh eiiiildii't li,- downed, and, standing in

the aisle, he responded in a few words that pjpj^

left a faxor.-iiile and lasting impr, s-sion.

Mr. I'"ias(o anti his party evidently enjoyed

the ida.xers' presentation of "I'p In M.ibel's

Room", for he went haekstago and commended ..

them on llieir performance, afterward playing

host to them at a banquet at I.azarin.s' Italian

Re-taiirant which lasted until the wee hours

,

m.v

of morn.

ti VP

In a later Interview with Mr. Seott at his

^

oCiee Mr. Seott said: "I have known Mr. Be- ^j^p

Son of William Clark, a Gilbert and Sullivan opera singer, he became a child of the stage, and came to be a Juvenile master of its art in productions and more recently in dramatic stock presentations.

tl;e Carnegie Initllnte of Teehnology and I>ra-

inatlc Art. UNeardlnt: the mooted proa and

eona of the mertta of a dramatic achool train¬

ing, it mnat be admitted he anffered no Injury

from it. aa following Ida debut aa a profea-

aion.il at the Monlin Kongo Cafe. Atlantic

City, aa "The Smoky City Chap", he aecured

the role of .\cia in "Kaek to Methnarlah*'. at

the C·arIirk Theater. New York City.

Kollowinr this New York Theater Guild Pro-

diK'tlon. he app<ared in "He Who Iota

Slapped", with Rii'hard Bennett fe.itnred. at

the Pnltnn Theater, and with Frank Helcbter, in

·'From Morn to Midnight", at the Fraaee Th-a-

ter. both alao Guild offering*. I..ater he wa*

featured In the title rtde of "In Walked

Jimmy", an Elliot Frederick enterpri«e. Hla

firat atock engagement waa with the CampiM-ll

Thincan I'Uyera at the Grand Op«`ra Hou»e.

Toronto. Canada, where he gained much valu¬

able experience in Juvenile rolea. apring *ea*n:i

of in23. During the aummer montha he did

motion picture work at the Elmo Limadn

Studioa In Granlw<«Kl, N. J.. aupporting Charle*

Aacott, making the Handy Andy comedle*.

Local Manager Jamea J. Hayden, who I* a

good picker of winnera in the dramatle held,

aigned Mr. Clark for the preat-nt aeason with

the Brockton Playera, and in ao doing aecured

another drawing card. The work be haa done

provea he baa rrach<'d a high level of accom-

pliahment, with the promlae of a biilllant

future.

H. B. (DOC.) BABBITT.

laseo intimately for many years and you can tell readers of The Billboard that he waa

ADRIAN S. PERRIN

bom to a theatrical career, for be Is the son

of an actor famous as a Harlequin in I.<nodon,

Eng., many years ago. His family name is Valesfo and hi.. linciKe goes hark to a Pnrtuguese Hebrew family t! at emigrated from Portugal to England in 1`Jl. Ilis parents left England in the early firi ts for San Franeiseo, where David was born and reared in a bouse on Howard street. Tls re lie was given hi* fir-t inspiration for a theatrical career that is now embodied in theatrical history known to every¬ one.
Sexeral da.is after his vi-it to the Harder-ilall Players Mr. Scott reeeixed tlie following letter: "Dear Friend Seott:
"You gave me a wonderful evening. I do not know when I Iiaxe eiijo.ved ni.is,1f so much and I am .'our iM'tor for an evening of '·are inJoyment. Tliaii'.s for taking me. | am tookIng forward to anotli.r vi-it soon.
"Regard.s and gis.ij wisls s,

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Companies'
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Openings and Closings
pla.vid there early in the season, or the F. .lames Carroll Company that succeeded the Fealy company.

New York, June JS.--.Adrian S. Perrin, Wellknown producer with otBi-ea at 160 West filth street, ie fill ng a long-felt want of dmmatlc stock producers for a lighter form of theatrical* that wilt Bid thi'm in bolding their patronage with musical comedy presentatlona. Mr. Perrin lias prepared a li«t of plays available for atoek aa follows: ".Alma", "Hometime", "Red Wid¬ ow", "Honey Dew", "Three Twina", "PItfer Patter". "Lltfle ('afe". "U lai Lncllle", "Madame Sherry", "The O'Brien Girl", "Very Good Eddie", "I.eave It to Jane", "Little Millionaire". `'I.lftle Johnny Jonen", "Girl* AVill Be Glrla", "Mary", "Oh, Boy"; "Now Listen", "Honey Girl". "Beauty Sho|>". "Oh. I.iidy, Lady": "lb tty. Be Omul"; "Little Whop¬ per". "Gingerbread Man", "Talk of New York", "Time, Place and Girl", "Sfubliorn

"iSigned) DAVID BELASCO."

( Imlerella".

Miles Itom Boston", "W Min¬

utes From Broadway", "The Man Wlm Owns

liroadway".

Mr. Pirrln Is not only prepared to release

Ihe-e plaxs, but priHinee them In person or

tlirii the direction of hla able assistants. A|ex-

Biiiler Is-e and Hal Miinnis, while Isats'l

M.ilheWK. Ills oftlee manager, will see that

scripts, parts, plot*, photos and all thn

e-sentlals are fnmislied as r'-qiilred.

WHAT A REVIEWER SAYS

Fol'owi.ug Miss Kingston's report of b'r intcrxlew with Mr. Seott came a fur|l;er con-
iGoii from <:ra < Wvr.d-n A'sil. former pr<ss '·r. Mit:itix-e of the Toiedii Slock (''mpany, 111. V drie'or ol p ildieii.v for the Harder-ilall

"||  d I'.i la-i-o, a..mpatii' il l.v hi- s'

ai'd i.i|.,i,<| i|.- f'a.il Se,.»l. t|;,- wi ;| kiu.

f

ig ·.!.  .^'i. d t'|.. I'-.nl, r Hall I"

Foil I:: I.;, · . la-t w. I k. witne-sing

form.111! I- of "I o in .'la'."! lloom".

at a p. rRoll. I-I

IleMli.v, le.iding man, came 1.1 fore the inrtain

after tie- second act and expressed the Jeeling

City Theater, Roseville
re-.poiel. Ill eommimM .1. Ihal lie iil\ 'l l.i aler xvill oi,. n a fail l·.l-oIl of tli-.im.itie slo. k. tin (ler the -ame lioiiae maii.igein'til. -.liih the same lomiian.v as List aeii-on. ImiI do<- not s|iei-ily if it i, i<> bo liic M.ind Fealy Foiniiuuy, which

Ac.YcIcmy Players
Rieliiiioml, V.I.. .lime jp. 'I he .Aeadi niy I'l.iyelos. d a seasoii of Hixteeii weeks at tlie
Aeiidemy of .Mii-li loniglit, the lln.il bill la-lng
IFoiitiou'd on page 'S'l)

Springlii-ld, Mas*., .Iiini- `Jfl.--Slilrley tlrey, now ciiiinei ted with the Poll Players nt the Fort Hi|iuiri' Theater, lias Ihe envialde repiil.i Hon of iH'ing one of llie most ver»ntlli` Ingenues in HtiM'k. Stic Miurted lier (arei-r four year* ago In Mrldge|Mirt In the Poll force*, but drifted away to Halifax. Nova Seollii: then to New Orle.iiiH, iitid from lliere to .laeksonville. Ml** Grey i* destined eventually for luiiMlcal comedy. iiH alie itoNKCHses a very rare miprano voice, li.i* grace and eliarm and an iilmndnnee of good liKiks I hat serve* her pnr|inse well. Her career la to lie walehed witli nineh Interest.
Tis- Harder-ilall I'layerN nt IVirt Rlrlimond. Staten Island. .N. Y'., have caught on splendidly vilUi the |.M-al playgoers and exp<-ct to continue there indetlnitely.

PERSONALITIES

lora Rogers as the Bride. John I'., nn if ^ Hawkins. Stuart Beebe as De I'uy A'cioei.D'Alverez.

Here and There

STOCK MANAGERS!!!

Chicago Stock Company
Altoona. Pa., Lakemont P.urk Theati r--' .\dain and Eva", presented by Chas. H. Kosskam.

, 1 1 arroll Pliyrrr iB thrir third tpigop I i.K r. Mr., rri-ort ficellent boMaeM.
ii.!»ri i;«nil«'y ind Krtncr* Woodborj bSTr k-'-a* favorite* In loading role* with
, , ii-r'I. r Wall I'layrr*.
I n',.'. Millvr and Wilimr Walter, of the

When in need of a Scenic Artist, for Stock call Bryant 6858, or write 161 West 44th
Street, N. Y. C.
UNITED SCENIC ARTISTS

assisted by Carl B. Sberri-d, cast, viz.: .Andrew Brewer as James King. (Senrgia Louise Sberreil as Corinthia, Fred Beandoin as Clinton Di-Witt. Dirothy Rtiris as Julia lieWitt, Jean While as f;va King. Edith Potter as Aunt Abbey K.johi.r. Jack Berry as Dr. .Tack Delam.ater, George Bradley as t'ncle Horace Plgriro. W. .'iineii Bedell as .Vdam Smith. Edmund Moses as Lord Andrew Gordon.

I

. Tn;niliell t«to< k fompany of Karming-

, ,,

nr<> taking « abort vacation at tbelr

i-a:, lamp in the woid* of Maine.

Stuart Walker Company
Cincinnati. 0., Cox Theater--"The Importance of Bi-ing F.'arncst", presented by the Stuart

\v \\ Pio»>?r. of tbe Keith Tlayerr at the 1 cater. tViluinmit. O.. laporta Increaa-
I.i sin.for ti«r lioiiat and more popularity
r l!ie pia.ver*.

Jane Meridlth. who played «>veral aeawinp in

, , l.Tic and .<bulH rt atoiks in MlniHBi>oll*.

jj

m i<> t' nr tlie tirpbeum Cirvult in a

,:*ilcl i-alled "Aiiarlment* To Ixrt".

Mitch 11 Harris, who wae leading man`at ihc .'·lii.b.rt Theater. Minneapolis, Minn . In m,h k M V. ral seaaona ago. ha* been ongag- d

WANTED
STOCK LOCATION

Walker Players, nndi r the singe direction of Michael Fitzpibbon, assisted by Boyd .Vgin, cast, vis.: William Evarts a» Lane, Corbet .'lurris as .Mgernon MoneriefT, .MeK.iy .viorris as Jack Worthi-ig, Zetfie Tiihnry as Uidy Kraeknerr, Murgalo Gillmnre as Mon. Gvvenik-lene Fairfax, Iteulah I!i>n<Ii as Miss Prism. Hutb Uuiiimond a.s ('..eily C.irdew, L E-trange .Millman .as Merriman. .\ldrich Bowker aa Rev. Canon Chasuble, D. D.
Lyric Players
Atlanta. Ga., L.'ric Theater--"Tlie Trail of the Lone-ome Pine", prescuti-d by the Lyric

let tbe revival of ·'The Deluge" In Chicago.

Players, under the stage direction of Edwin

Ih-lle Bennett, Mlnn.-aota stock actress, now In California, l»u» had written for her a new play

-class Stock Company. Now in its 58th week in present Bn-ation. Wants Theatre for coming fall anti winter iseason. This is a very high-grade organization, headed by one of

Vail, assisted bj' Edward Power, cast, vix.: Wilfred Lytel as John Hale, Will Lloyd as Bob Rerk. Icy. Gus F orbes as Cncle Billy Beau.

calbd ".V-bc* and Cmtiers", which the intends to try out on the Pacliie Coait.
Maude Gray, at one time prtmi douna with the Balnbridge Dramatic Stock Company at tbe >h<r. rt Tlicater, Mlnurai«lis. Minn., la now pla.lng with Jeaerton De.tng. 11* in laraisville. Kj.

stock's most successful leading men. Only flrst-cl^s loca¬ tions considered. Will rent outright or play on percentage. Address

Manager of Stock,

care Billboard, 1-193 Broadvway,

NEW YORK CITY.

Ramona Weaver as Old Hon, Isabt-lle Lowe as June Tolliver, Robert W. Smiley as Jud Tol¬ liver. Edwin Vail as Dave Tolliver, Rankin Mansfield as Cal Heaton, Marion White as Loretty Heaton.
Poli Players
Springfield. Mass., Court tkiuaro Theater-- "The r.ishion Girl", presented by the Poll

Flayers, under the stage dlr'etlon of Arthur

Minen Mall, daughter of Eugene Hall and

Holman, assisted by Geo. la'aeb, <a.'t. vi*.;

Mr*. Hill (Maude Kbornel. pla.'ed the lead ng

Arthur Chitterdon as Boh Dunn. Shirhy Grey

rnir in The Bllndnek* of Virtue" with the

as Jean Dunn. Thomas Shearer as Bam Hill.

ll.irdcr Hall I'layer* at Bayonn.-, N. J.. last «)ik and .cored a big bit.
A rorr-kpondent akks: "Who was the man e.io p'ajcd Kagan at the American Theater in (*. » r Twiet' some twenty years agoi" i iir ciirr. "imndent doe* not My what particular Am riiiin Th.ater be refers to. but If an.'one kD"« . we ll be glad to puMlab the Information.

reading ng t to left An-ftma Mi.en. !/>!« Bet ton. Hazel .MIlie. P<ggv Rood. \ innlo Maey and Thais M.vgrane." Wo argued for an h. iir with oi;r artist to make a rui and the heal wo goi wa* "get a larger plotnro". and wo aro 1.11*1 mg it np to Fair Bav lo sopd >n anothor pietnre that la largo onongh to reprodnoo In print.

M is- , with n New York production, as Juvenile bads, to open in September.
Jenic Jacobs
·linie Jacob* baa arranged cn^.'is ments. rtz.: Douglas MePheraon with the Robert MclAnghlln Stock Toicpany. Cleveland. O.. and Juanita Fletcher with a ativk eompaoy in Toronto, Can.
Fred Rycroft

.Marjorie Foster as Mary TutwHer, Uich.vrd Bishop as Squire Tiitwiler, Jane Tarr at> Mrs. TutwHer. Jack McGrath as Spike Kelly. Frank Camp aa Cedric Braton. Virginia Holland as Ida Roper, Tom Martello as Jutk Bolen.
(Week of June 16)
Cycle Park Players
Pallas. Tex., Cycle Park Theater--"It Paye

A.'ce Buebanan. second woman with the stock r. .np.n.v at He Orph* um Theater. Kaii'as City. i.Tiiu'ies to score splendidly. \ recent review II h-r (lert.irniancr in "So This Is Ixindon"  «; "Alii-e Buchanan, the best dres..wd woman i.( Cie org..ii.^tion. again d spl*.'* her keen i«.te In g"iwn» and plays with an aa-orance tUH\ artist* sir.ve to obtain."
I'dwln Markham, fam.x.a author and esiwcialI' i-i'Wn for lia i>oem. "The Man With the llo-", attended tbe Monday night a (.erform-
"f III. II irder-ll.Ail Players in "The Man 'i .1 l inn B.ii'k" la.t week. In response to a . . «t from tie stage Mr. Markham made 1 brief speech of appre. iatlon and endoracment el I'll comi'any from hi* seat in a box. Later he wi Dt hatkstage and met members of tbe < U'. aui.

PRODUCERS AND PLAYERS' REPRESENTATIVES
Packard Theatrical Exchange
Ada HuniUri. head of the Pa. Ward Theatrical Kichango, i» preparing for miicli neoded r*'.t and reoreatlon In iho Blue Ridgo Mountains adjaoent to Warrington. Va she \< ill Ih- gone three wo, ks. during whlob portiMl her able aasistant. Aiistina Ma.son. will arrange engagements. Dur¬ ing ilie past week engagt ments have been arTangl'd for L*otna Beaiitelie and Zita .lohan for the Thomas Fowler stoi'k Company at the Bela»<o Theater. Wa-hliigton. D. C.: also .tda .M. ade with tbe Garry Meilarry Players at the Majestic Theater. Buffalo. New York.
Helen Robinson

Grace Wynden Vail, assistant manager and t'lib.ieity director of the Toledo Theater Stock t empHU} last season, is now associated with the lUrdei llall Players at Port Klcl.mond. S I., as director of pablirtty and advertising, il.-r bushand, Edwin tall, direnrtor of tbe Lyric Theater Stock (Ximpany, Atlanta. Ga.. will ar¬ rive in .New York next week for a three days' vsit. Mr. Vail will return to Atlanta to re¬

Helen Bobiniovn has arranged a special en¬ gagement for Alfred Little to play the Andr.-w Lawler part in "Icebound", with the Harderllall Playi-rs at the Palace Theater. Staten Island. .N. Y.; Marjorie Dow as < haracter worn an. with tbe Guy Harrington Player* at Stone's Oio'ta Houae. Binghamton, N. Y.; Herbert Clark, late Juvenile with the Casey-Hayden BriH-ktoD Player* at the City Theater, Brockton,

Fred Kycroft fcas embarked for a tour of

Fnrope and during his absence bis biiaineits in-

l.-r.'st.s will lie siitoTvised by .\dr1an S. Perrin, Mini will have the assistance of Isabi'l Mathews.

H charming young lacly who has In-come very

imp'ilar with producers and plavcrs alike. Prior M his di-i-annre Vfr. Rycroft nrrangert a special

engagem* nt for Vera Myers, young mnsii'-al eomi-d.v prtma donna, as guest star with the .\I

I.uttringcr Players at the Knrtx Theater. Beth¬

lehem. I'a., for their cu.-rent presentation of

"Irene".

Comment

tVliile till re haven't been mauy engagements arranged during the past week the v.irioiis repres. niHtives wliose names do not appear In the

list this ifeek are enthusiastic over the prospeets

for the fall oiH'uings. and -ome of them are now

pn paring lists of obtainable players to submit to

priMliicers. Several representatives have reunested

ns to establish a direetory In this department

where pl.a.vers can be listed along with the

names and addre.sses of their personal repre.

sentatives. Tills matter will lie submitted to

onr advertising department and If deemed prae-

tical it may become an established factor in

keeping thoae at liberty bi-fore directors of

production*, who cun communicate direct with

the player*' personal representatives.

E. K.

To Advertise", pre?cnted by Sam Bullman, with the stage direction of Mr. W. ar. as-«i>tcd by Chae. Lammers, cast, viz.; .\nn NielM-o aa Mary Grayson, Joseph Remington a- Jolinson, Florence Chapman as Cointesse Do Ib-aurien, Jack Lorenz as Rodney Martin. Herbert Dc Guerre as Cyrus .Marlin. Diek F'lliolt as Am¬ brose Peale, F!lla Fithridge as .Marie, Bam F'lint as William Smith. Mildred Hasting as Miss Rurke, Chas. I.ammers as tjebrge M<Chesney, F'red Wrsr as Charles Bronson, Ewing Cherry as Ellery.
Hudson Players
I'nion Hill, N. J.. Hud.-on Theater--"The Humming Bird". i>res> nti d l-y the Hudson I'layers, featuring J.u k U..s' Icigli, Stewart Wil¬ son and F^ieta Nial-.-n, under the st.igc diri vtion of Charles D. Pitt, east, viz.: F'ruuces Pitt aa Bal-ette, Waller loturcnce as Ars> ue. (o orge Fidwards as Gen'larme. .\l Ftigali as Pierre, Eveta Nudscii as T.iniclte. F'ran<es Morris as Lzsa loitlium, Helen Courtney as Henrietta F'isb, Joseph Lawrence as to neral Leferrier, Matt Briggs as Chariot, Stewart Wil.-on as Herbert Smith. F'rances Pitt as Billie N>'W-man. Jack Roscleigb as Philip Carey. A1 Rigali us Rogers.
Temple Stock Company
FFamilton. Ont., Can., Temple Theater--' i : Silent Witness", presented by the Temple S a

lume hti duties there.

F'layers, under the stage direction of F'rank

G. Bond, assisted by Eugene La Rue. cast, vis.:

Iliiward Hall, who recently Jumi-ed In on five

Zora Garver as Sarah Blakely, \V. McCuIlongb

hours' notice to play the "Old Soak" for the llidson Players at the Ilud'on Theater. Cnlon

Prologing Plays and Players

as Norman Blakely, J.ine Sevmour as Helen Hastings, Lc-ter Paul as ll.gsby, Alraerin

Hill. .V. J , received another S. O. 8. from

Gowing as Bud Morgan. Gladys Gillan as Janet

Ih'iu to do likewise In "Bought and Paid

Rigshy Jean Clarendon as John Peihaiii. Jane

ior", d'le to tbe abaeiiee of Jack Uosele gh. "Isi returned to the east ere be had fully re. 1.lend from his Illness Jack I* still under (he i|<M tor's care and it looks as If tbe company may dose At the close of Ills engagement at I "U Util, Howard went Into rehearsal for a part la "Icebound" with the Harder Hall I'la'-rc nt the Palace Tlu'aler. Port I'iehmon.l,
n Island, but on Tm-'day r«.celved anoller s. I). S. to Join Maud Evans In the Ulelia'd ' .irle Mil on the P. H t). Time to open Mon¬ day of la-t week.
FAY COURTENAY HOSTESS
New York, June gs.--snap-hol inetlire reaels-d us thru our feminine representative 'liiring the paat w**ek llial wa* an optical de·'I'l, In th»" barkgrouinl was a plefnres<|ue ininiainre mansion with spnelons groniid* and floral garden In the midst of vvlileh vva- n group ol iH rsonally attmetlve feminines. On the ba< k "I the picture was the wording; "Fay t oiirteuiiy entertaining her frli'iids at her sum¬ mer home, Fay Cbort, Long Beach, Long Island;

NOTICE TO HOUSE MANAGERS AND DIRECTORS OF PRODUCTIONS: Mail your houae proyram* at early in tbe week as poaaible to Alfred Nelion, The Billboard, New York City.

Maihury as Ruth Pelham, Burton Mallo y as Wilbur Weldon. F^ugene LaUue as Mr. Weldon. Frank G. Bond as Richard Morgan. Louis .VIbion as Dr. Wiley. Marie Vaugh as Katie, Perce

Timmons as Sheri tf.

(Week of June 9)
Vaughan Glaser Players
Kill liesicr. N. Y.. Lyi-eiim Theater--"The Cat mol the Canary", presi'nled by the Vaughan ill.iscr Blavcra. imdei the atage direction of Ilarrx Aiidnw*. assisted by Churlea Emeraon. east. vix.; .Vntotnette Uivhte as Mammy Pleasant. Fred Kcrhy a* Reger I'roahy. Bushy Rcrkclcy a* Hiiry Blythe. Corrinne Farrell as CIcily Young, lavl* laindon as .'*usan Sllshy. Basil l/onghrane a* Charles Wilder. Byron Hawkins a* Paul Jones. Until Amos us AunaIH-Ile West. Charles Fletcher a* Uendneka, Vaugh.in illaser as Patterson.
Chicago Stock Company
.Mti-ona, Pa., loikemont Park Theater--"Twin Bed*". prCHi-nted by Chu*. 11. Itosakam, with the stage direction of Carl B. Sherred, cast,

Edmund Moses as Signor Alonti, Fred Beandoin as .Vndrow; Larkin, Jean tVhite as Blanche Hawkln*. Falilh Potter as .Signora Monti. Doro¬ thy Buria as Amanda Larkin. Uae .Mack as Norab.
(Week of June 16)
Baldwin Players
.Vtlauta. Ga.. .\tlanta Theater--"Here Comes the Bridi presented by the Baldwin Players. In--., undi r the atage direction of Waltir B. Gilln-rt, ea-t. vix.: Stuart Beebe as Thomas .Vshley, Ray Rawlings as James Carlton. Flora Gade as Nora Sinclair. Itomaine Callender aa RoN-rt Sinclair, Gladys Hurihut as Etbel Sin¬ clair. John Bennett as Mooney, John B. Litel as Fn-derick Tile, J. Irving White as Tburlow Benson. latwrence Keating as Roberte Sevoir, Rhea Dlveley as Marta Tile, IFin Flood as

Otis Oliver Players
llamilton. O., Jefferson Theater--"The F'orgutten Daugliter", pres.-ntei! by the Otis Oliver Players, east, viz.: Itobert luilamde as U'gcr, Af'.idelyii Goddard as Julia, .VIiu.! Blonde as Mrs. la-e, V. S. .Vilen as Col. la-e, Gordon Finch as Jack, C Kimball Risley aa Chas. LatVerne,
(Continued on page 25)
CLEVER AMATEUR WANTS
A chance with Stock Cisnpany. Mln« roles expected Heizbt, S ft.. 9 in.; weizht, 130; sxcallent wardrobe. Male. Experience; On* season minor rolt. New York road show. Ia>w salary. BOX D-196, care Billboard.

vix.: William J. Bedell ua Harry Hawkins, License Clerk, A1 Roberts as Judge Uoaleton, ClnclnnatL CKla

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JULY 5, 1921

HOUSE

article In Tho AtriilHon tViiiitj Joiirniil. llKlicd at Itockport. '`Tlic company Ik p on a line of plays far snitorlor to man 'ciitcd l.y other troui)e`< of this kind have come to oiir town in tho past,' ·loiirnal said.

^at-Shov/s 'yomShO'^s ScMedidne Shows

(COUMI N'ICATIOXS TO Ol ll I'l.NCINN.VTl OITH LSI

More Than $1,500 Damage to
Equipment in Disaster at
Bonaparte, la.
The Emma May Cook sto'-k Company, iiiuhT the management of I'anl Zallee, was recently struck by a tornado at Bonaparte, la. .Shortly after a meichants' matinee was ov. r on Sat¬ urday It clouded up anil in le-s tlian twenty minutes the entire t"ii w is riddled, altho the poles rcin.iined standing. Tiie side wall w.as damaged, also the piano, liglds. s'age and re¬ serves. Tile total loss W estimat'd to exce'd Sl.oOf) B.ik* r & I.oekwood liiitii'd ati ly shippe'I a new tent tliat rea'-l"''! Farmington, la., t'o* following Monda.r afteinoon and jn-t two days were lost. Ini'ideiitally. the Cook eompany played day and date perfoniianco with Mort Steece's "Enele Tom's Cahln" Company at Farmington and nian.v old aiainaintances wore renewed The Cook show will play its old Vinter terr'tory in Western Missouri tint 1 tlw fair season begins.

CRITCHFIELO IS MANAGER OF 20ELLA POPS COMPANY
Ccorge Critchfield has taken over the lu.inagetiient of a innsie.al cen«ert .iiid vaudeville show, known as the Miss /.(h-IIu Pops t'oinpauy. -Vc i-oidinc to .'Iv. (Titel.field adver is'iic i' one of his slroiig points, and he is piodn.ing a neatly print'd (I'lack type agaii.'t white P.iekground) poster on whi' h ire advertised ten eiilerinining inis, a coinirt hanil and a liighelass orchestra. The latest song hits hy the .Tnhilee Singers, i>ope,|ar prices, tite scenic dispiais and li.indsoine costniies are ollnr a.hertisi'd feotitres. .\t flip lime of Mr. Crit'litiel'fs visit to TIo' BilP'Oaid ollii es in ('iin inniti he lonjif. "d lip visions oi a wondi rfi.I opening eiigiigeiiient at the Erlanger |l\y.) Enir. .Iid.v He stated that h*» lias ilie 'oiuiiaiiy IfKikeii up tor th- ii''\t few weeks in aiel aronnd ('iii'inn.'iti under aiisiil'es, a'ld is phiiniiiig to stay in llie State of Ollio for tlie suniuier and head south in the fall.
BUDDY PLAYERS IN CYCLONE

and a terrific rain. Mr. Itruan has with him

this siitnmer Ooldene llrowu, iuKcuiie; Harry O.

Itniwu. comedy; Bessie Brown, leads: Verna Taylor, characters: Eddie Hart. I·ads; Louie

.Slengcr, heavies; Ed "Ilelnie` Tlllniaii. chir-

acter.s. and Billy ra.-sh. Jnveiiil. s and liuht

ioniedy. He has a new pr..

lop. new

st.age, new scenery aail ids own Innks.

The coiiip.iny opened the season at Mr. Brown's

Icine at .\bI>ot.sford, Wis., and has Is eu ont

six weeks.

REP. TATTLES

Berdon Keitli, who recently closed with the 1`araniotint Players, will opi'n with a show bf his own sometime in July, a report say*.
n. E. ami Elorenee Benii iBenn and .Mlau) elosed with Eiench's Xe;v Sensation, the Menke Bros.' sliowboat, at Wassan, III., Jttne 2*>, to Join a Western teat slww at Salinn. Kan.

HARRY RICHARDS DETAILS · GUY STOCK COMPANY FIRE

Harry P.ichards, of tlie Cuy St'uk Conlpany.

writes ns follows; "Regarding an article in

last week s issue of Tlie Billlioard cou'erniu--

the burning of tlie liny Sto-k Comi>any lent at

Cambridge City. IiuL, .lime IJO. 1 wisli to add a few details. The fire was ahsi'lutely of in

cendiary motive, having start'-d at two "'eloek

in the morning twenty feet from tl.e switch¬

board. .tt the time there were tliiee canva'

men sleep ng in the top and wlieii tl.ey wer'-

awakened tlie fire was raging vvith such in¬

tensity that one was overis'ine liy tlie heat be¬

fore they- were able to escape from the tent.

Included in the loss of the top was a new

piano, a truck and a switcld'oard. eonsider'-'i one of the finest tinder canvas. Six minutes

after diseovery of the fire the miifit wa* a nia-s

of wreikage,

word nmy lie said in regard

to ('lias. W. Men-er, owner and manager of

the company. While there was not a je nny of

insuranve on the outfit Mr. M'-rcer did not lic-

moan his fate, but like the true sliowraan he

is was on his way to Cliicago witliin forty-five

minnles aft>r the fire and in about twelve

hours had pureha-ed a fine new khaki top. a

sixty willi two tliirties. trinini'-d in red; also

an entire new interior, including piano, cl.airs,

bines. .1 eiierv and a beautiful red velvet front

curtain, all of whicli was shipp'd to I'iiion City. Ind., the enmii.any's next stand. Tlie tent

was np in time for the Monday night show. · Ill a' - unt of t'-e fie the company played tho

last two davs of tlie week at tie theater in

Cambridge City Ri-atriee Earle, Mar e Harri-

gan, .loseiihine Quigley. I.ee Orland. Ccorge Myers, Cbas. Harris and Harry Rieliards snf-

fered a small personal loss, sever.il trunkj hav¬

ing been destroyed. Tbe entire !os< is fstiinat'd at .S'.Onb. The pro ent outfit is one of

the finest in tiie Middle West and. as Manager

Mercer says. `Let's go--it's all in a lifetime.' '

In the orchard and alfalfa on A*ner Kline's Ranch, near Albuquerque, N. M. Left to ·t are: Charles Harrison, playwright and producer: Mrs. Albietx, "J. D." Colegrove. ness manager of the Harrison Players; Mrs. Chas. Harrison, Adelaide Irving, Abner le and Edw. Gnizzard. Messrs. Harrison and Colegrove are now conducting the Harrison y Bureau, Colorado Springs, Col., and in the winter operate the Harrison Flayers.

.and light pole> lowered and otlo-r objcvts blown til i'ieces. .str.mge to say tl.e tent witi.'t'.od the gale, due in a great mi-.t'iire to tiu alniu't
`.niierhninan efforts of tiie a' t'Ts and palnmwill! W'liked in the dri iii hing d'lwi.ponr of rain to xnTo it. Phil Milh-r. manager of the com pany, tells of the great invalfy shown iiini li.i Earl Mayne, Ceorge Brady, Donald Mack, P.illv Ross, Ray Wil-on. Wayni- Evans, Pete Craig and O. Cay, members of hi* rompany, during li s adversity.

Jo'iinal. Then with his family Mr. Hltner

w II proceed to

Pcter-bnrg. Fla., to resume

ai-tiviiies in the real-estate business.

·tfier twenty years in the repertoire busD ii'--M Ered Cosgrove has retired and will devote all Ills time to a homi- and scliool for theatrical chlldreo at Clovcnlale, Ind.

MAJESTIC ON OHIO RIVER

BROWNIE'S COMEDIANS HEADING FOR KENTUCKY

During the engagement of Brownle'e C-o-

mediaus at

Oi.ib, 0.. week of June 23. Paul

Ill own. owner and manager; \Vm. Burnside,

Herman (lolden and .Times Maxwell, members

of Hie eompany. motored to rineinnati. O., a

distance of about tlilrty-five miles. During

their visit to The RilBioiird Offiers tlie ellek of

f.vpe writers ceased

('.olden aroused the

srritx-s with his bag of curd tricks wlibh. by

Hie way. is one of file specialty features with

Brownie's Comedians, of wiileh Gold' n w.is a

mi ni'er last season. Mr. Brown stal'-'l that

ti,e -ea-on so far has been finaneially suec-ess-

f'il. and that he will take bis company into

r.`titiii-ky territory after playing two weeks in

(ihio. i'.. c. Tomlinson, pianl-t, Iiis installed

a loud -iieaker, and "getting dl-tau'e" l.as In¬

come H.p poiiular pastime during Hie day and

far Into the niglit. Before the party left for

Cincinnati Thursday morning a large numlmr

of Mt. Orab citizens h.id congregated inside the

tent to hear Hie latest news of the Democratic

convention, Mr. Brown said.

-
The Majestic showboat !-< playing Ohio Ri»er towns, following a trip on the M'lnoiigal.'-Ia Business is sai'l to Iiate been fair, con-iib-ring wage cot* at the minis and the fail tliat the m.ners are working only part time. "Her Mid¬ night Cuest" is Is'iiig offered on tlo' Maj' stio, lies des four vaudeville vp'.cialties. .\ five piece orehpstia is used in Hie iiif On board are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moik, M.-irv and Claude Clark. I.'pnini-ot an'l tjiiigley. C.ijit. T'in Reynolds an'l wife. T .1. \ieoI. manager, .lod wife; Babv Hazel .and Kraiik D Cannon, calEoiie player and orehestra leader.
BROWN SHOWS IN STORM
The Ilatry 0 Blown Sliows, pl.iyiug tln-ir nlui'tieutli sea-oii in .Norlln-rii Wisconsin, nport I'Uslnes,s vcr.v gmsl and H-e w-aHn-r fairly gisni. I'X'cpI for Iheli' engagemi'tit ;ii Cndott. Wi .. wh'-re one of Ho' wor-t htonns In tln-ir · xpi-rl·-11-e liit the town Two --llos, a I'.irii and a lio'i-'- w'-n- totally wreckid, Iiiit Mi. Brown's new oOiKK) Baker & las-kwisid t-nt s|.,.,.| op during the Ufty-iulle gale, aciximpiinl'd l-y lull

Diirwisid Oriilil'S, lianjoixt. wlHi the Vir¬ ginia Serenaders, an orrlieslra aiipearing with the Milt Toltiert Show, tiadly liriiised one of ills leg-, wlieii 1m' fell wl'lle trying to do a haiid-taud dive at tin- Munieipal Swimming I'ool at lira-well Park. Iboky Mount, N. C.. .Inne iT.. .\n X-rny pitiire taken at a Io<-al ho'i'ital showed no bones were broken, ns was first thoncht
Some ol us iiroi Inim our hobbles and oHe-r* bide them. .\fter several years of iH-rlodical visits on Hie Bryant Hhowlsiat we lunc dis¬ covered that .Mrs. Violet i Mother) Bryant is a fancier of canary lilrd-. If you want to engage her In an Interesting siii,j,.,.t. say,
Il'iw ate your birds?" .Slie nlso loves fancy I" · illeiv'.i u and sia-nds many |ieacefiil hours in that art.
-tti-inl' d the night pi rfoininnei-s Mona l.i-e Players at Rim k Port, k of June lo, aecordiiig to an

s.iiii Morris, (ircsldont of S. > pony, dealers in furs and wool. Mo., advIscH that the Leslie K. K pla.Msl Louisiana the week of large and appreciatlre niidlenees ` The show was eonsld-red liy pr as one of the cleanest to jday I number of year»,'' Mr. Morris w are twent.v-elght people with some of whom double in the elei and seven-piece orchestra. The ( to Rowling Oreen, Mo., from week's epgagement. ErCncli's > played here Saturday night, June
_ M'ald Zeis, presenting the Zei lure .attraction, reiiorts the pi new project on machine and oth< ineiit. He lists some hiah-class f.

Now that the local amateur theatrical sea¬ son has come to a close Ja< k L.i iiu, former rei>ertoire manager, la devoting his time to th-' Warrensburg (X. T ) Band, of which he Is leader. The band made its first apiwaranre of tbe seashn Mentor al Day. wi.eo It playetj in parades and eoneerts there and in Isik'Heorge Village. Thru l.l« many appearances in home-talent prodmtions Lynn Is one of iIkbest known and most {Htpular figures in tla' section. Ills wife is also very popular. The couple conduit a restaurant in Warrenshtrg
When "Bush" Burrichter played a Polish cobbler role with the Cliase-Ij»ter I(e|H'rtolre Compan.' in Hot Springs. S. D . a newspajier rejsirter on Tlie Hot SiTlngs Star enjoyed hi. I'erformauce so well that he sougltt  Biis ," out for an liiter\liw. During tin vstiirse of lonyersttion the r'i>o:t`r asked "B'i'li" f h" had eter lived auioiig Polish p'ople and he r'I'lied th.nt he h.id not "I don't know how I got my iievi nt for tl.at p.irt. Wlwn I have a chanee 1 always see a gisid actor and I watch everything he says and d's's. But that s verv seldom, for I'm ailing all the yar round ·Slid I'm hardly eti-r wliere I can see other I'erforman es." "It wnld soini as tho 'Bu'h' Bnrriihl'T needs nothing hut diseoV'Tlng to make him a really I'lg aetor in siieii roles as be is partieularly a'aH'-d for." the report'r wrote. ' It is not hard to iniag ne him In the parts that David Warfield has madfamous; coni;>oiinds of iiusint hnnior, wl-tful fancy, happiness tliat sings softly, close t'> tears, and warm, human contact with the life of pTery day."

Emily Taft, ingenue with the Twin City Players, which opeui at Lewltton, Me., June ·10. Is the daughter of Ixirado Tafe. prominent sculptor, and a grandniece of former Presl'1'lit Wiiliaiii If Taft. .\ccording to an ex change. Miss Taft was destined for a career In art, but yielded In the stronger mil of the stage. Sin* started out to study drawing, painting and modeling at the .\rt Institute In Chlrigo iin'l'-r tier father's direetlon But her Interest In dramatics was so strong that she gave up her art studies and ntti-nded th'I'nlverslly of Chicago, where she was presidin' of the Dramatic Club Immediately fidlowing her graduation Miss Taft-came to New York, having dei'ld'sl di'flnil' ty to devote her«'If to stage work. Miss Taft became associated al¬ most immediately with tbe pruvineelowii Players, an oiganixatlou which has trained some of the most prominent players now In tl e American theater. With (bis company Ml-Taft I'layed In New York and also on tour, winning great praise (or her work. Th'-n fol lowed a season with th* Palace Players In .lacksonx llle. I'la., w'h"rc Miss Taft pls.xed scores of parts. When she returned to Xen York she was offered one of the leading rob¬ in "Tbe Cat and the Canary", the gn-ai mystery play, which ran nearly two seasons at the National Theater In New York. Miss Tsfi is now firmly estnblis'ied ns an ingenui- lead. l)Ut she Is amhltioiis and serious al<out b'-r work, so she dei-ldeil Instead of returning to her father's siininier home In Illinois for th'siiiiinii-r to join do- Twin City Players to fnrllier perfect lierself In her art.

J. A. Ugle. a well-known repertoire trouper,

wiotp from Tnllahoina, Teno., under date of

JiiDi- `23, ns follow-s;

"I visited Hie .Milt Tolliert Show at Win

eliester, Teiin., June ID and k'l) ami must sav

thill Manager H. D. lisle has * ismipany of

artists wlin are aiming the he-t I liave ever

·,i>i'n with a re|s>i'tiilre slsiw

Splendidly

<H|ulpi>ed. thin i-oni|iiiny Is enjo.ting fair busi¬

ness in Middle Tennessee, altho the farmer*

,r. Id; ti.liiinJ Hlth Im ir iTopn nnl an- putt ns ry liny liny i*n In th«> field-. Tli» of the oliow uiimher* alMiut tlilrty-

WANT TO HEAR FROM DESIRABLE PEOPLE FOR

KARL F. SIMPSON
THEAIRICAL EXCHANGE

fh. I-ople. Mr. Iliile i" doinit Ida own !· adx. ll.iyiiis orixo'ltP Hazel Hensley. Tta- support,ne .axt Iniinde-; Hurt Ileddon. ifeneral bii>l.. and direetor; HIH KerBu-'^ nnd Hay Hut

MYRKLE-HARDER
(28th Season. Rehearse August 1.)

KANSASVlTY rMO.
In Cons-tant Touch With^anagers and

|, r remedv: M -a HuHer and Ml-a HItehle, InK.niie- and Mr. .`tliawn, heavy man. I fail'd ID urn the name of the eharm ter woman, who

Reference ami ability with appearance absolutely necessary Opening for inventive Ingenues. Lnion fetrige Man; Wife for Small Part (young).
Kffecta for Bird of Paradise. Demi-Virgln. Ladles' Night. One and two-

o.iawnr.'^2`iV^Tfw7t^''3T69.w.. Niuhtv. LE.v.-^i.M; rout. j. .--iiKit.MA.N

· - ...r alaive the average. The eoneerta are week stands. ALso part season permanent Stock. Address

U/untOfl ^1111110 MqU Pfini/

dll rau-ieal comedy aud the all chorua girla
.1 a- [Hpl'y and full of Rioser aa .rou aee with an.\ I * muxleal alutw. Theae jlrla are l:. . . la ..liton, Xellle Bond, Ella Zar, Mlfa

W. H. HARDER, Huguenot Park, .... Staten Island, N. Y.
always WANT PEOPLE

Llililid IVldJ UUUR
Stock Company Quick

Tp I. M:x« Yeager and Klennor Merle. The · H.p. pie i- band and a alx-pleee orchestra i .na 11' play real m ale. Th're la a working
d of l-n men and Mr. Hale'a brother I-

PHAM.VTTr, MfSICAl, CO.MK'DY AND PEOPLE ALL LINK.<. TrII tverything fliat letter. Ghe Age,

wriglit aiiU heialit. ''ate if ym do Sp.'ial'.lrs sn'I wliai hi I and hi-.' many.

MANAGERS WANTINC PEOPLE WRITE. WIRE OR PHONE KANSAS CITY'S BEST THEATRICAL

.

 EXCHANGE.

(No high-poncti'Cl. red-hot or nn-J.iy \<Hti'lrr*. but I do furnish reliable pcc^le.)

Trcmbcnc. Bas' and Comet. Prefer one doutilii.g piano. Piano Player doubling some Instrument in Hand. Wire r.uick. PAI L Z VLLEE, Mar,a;er.
HliJornfleM. la., week June 30; Moul'jn, la., July 7.

il;. .' with a genial smile to weborae all mem i. -t- of the i>rofea»lon and pairon« at the ir.iiit deor. .Viiotli'T thing that lropre»-ed me

ED. F FEIST THEATRICAL EXCHANGE. Gladrtone Hitci Buildino. Kansas City. Mistaurl. Long Distance Phonr. Virter 8835.

IT I IDrQTY TUT HI LIULllI l| I flL flULO

f e elimination of long waits between ciiita.na My old friends. Hillle Campliell and II.--ie I/elghton. are putting on aereral suref re mtulcal apis laliie- that are aa good as
any I have ever b< ard. The writer alsi. had the plea-ure of Tlait-
.i,g I.awrenee Hu-seH a I'aramoiint Pia.'era at IHmd'e.df, Tenti.. the last week In May and . i.ii-der ns the bad weather conditions this -p|. Tid'd dramatic eompany wa« getting Itiill -l.nre of the btisinea-. Mr. Hiissell baa .1 danilv ontfll, wi li b la moved on  pr rate

STETSON'S UNCLE TOM'S CABIN ^ lAIAIklTC - -WM WMrrll I 9 9 - . Man for Phlneaa that piiya aoMe Hrgn In Band, a few more Coloied Bov« that sbig a .J J.«ic«. Comet fnr B ft 0 CAN PULCE Orcheitra Dnimroer that doubles some other instrum-i; in Ba..d. State lowest salary. Pay your own. Show opeua In MichU.n Augu-t t Addr -s C. F. ACKERMAN. Warsaw. HHooia.
For Sale, Complete One-Car Show

i"s
Light Comeely, Charac-
or (f!l!e>i.:.eerraal lUiiinhiInosy Helg.ht, 5 ft., tiii Inrhev.
plenty of loxl mclem

Ingenue Leads or Secon iI Huxltiejs. Height, 5 ft., 5 Inobes.
wanJr.iie. Clumge four

tlmci. Double a J single Si.ecialtie-. C.rnet, B. ft

" Shew^^

City. Ka' .as.

BEN WILKES

,.ir Tlie -how 1- unib r ll>e |ier«<>nal dlr'-i tlon

of Mr. Hi.-sell. I.a«rence .Nolan I* giving

e;i>ndid siitlsfactlnn as Iriidiug man and that

«(iiid''fnl .voung artist. M.iry There-a nii--ell

j, w tlsTiit a doubt one of the yoiingeat aud

i. f'ete-* hading ladies in rejs-rtoire to-lay

'! led ft .end. Hob Keagln. keep- hi* aildleu es

be'Wl'ug with his rube and bla-kface comedi

 ra. t

Hi'.lie aud Mrs. .<toh.man. Kmm 

r<.:.*l-llng of I'ar. 7t> leet. »teel platform, Svt* Jourrals: S enery. Sta-r. Eietiic Ina..'

T-.iin of

H'l-e-i Wag 1*. Tent. «ii with 30 a:. 1 at'; 18 leiiiths of Hlues. Rr erve 1 sci'a for

iv-pie. liarnixs.

I'i'Mcrnl'jm. .Nettli.t, Tl.ket llox. Show cmplete and no I'Jnk. Prcpc-ty can I'e sem at Ciai ·. M ,

WM CAMPBELL.

Wanted Quick

STOCK CO.
WANT? tea! General ni.-iT.e-'S Man capable of play¬ ing some CUaia'ler-. (or siuall poits and specialties. If you d'rul'le Bind so m'jch the better. Gocl speak¬ ing voice e-sei;tial. Real show, teal perple. Ten
vears auJ never mi-^ed a salary dav or owed a perI '-nrcr a pe-.iiy. Week stands, pay own. A.ldr.^* > 'er. Ii'dians

Mirie I'a'is. J"hn Mlady. Madlln Noltn, Jets N"-maD and I anrene- nnssell make up the :· ·· 1 I. r of t e aetlng cvnipany. There la a tne',t.-.p eep band and a seven-piece orchestra ii-i.hr t'-' dlre.tion of K.mor.s Tittle. Six

Character Man and General Business Man, doubling Specialties or Band. If you wrote before, write again. Kqulty only. g\ddress
HOWARD R. MACY, Mgr., Macy & Nord's Comedians. Bonners Ferry, Idaho.

Wanted Specialty Man

tv rkrg men are tarried and the show moves

To do a few Parts. Long season. Real

«if' f e preds'on of do kwort. If there Is · i.y mi'Tie' t" ;et this si-a-on I predict that llTissell will gel It. for I was connected with
r -I Miiiit.i r of Tears as agent and insr.ig>r and the company he has this season and I r<iiertolre of play,- he U presenting are

SHOW PRINTING IjITBCOa-H-A-rS

job for the right man. Wire, don t write. Manager TOM'S COMEDIANS. Bridgeport, Aia,
WANTED TO BUY

wiThin.l doubt the best in the Li»lory of thl-

ioni:an.». ('onillllon- are very good In

j, ;,-.,

despite rejHirl- to the contrary. If

too mtny repertoire shows do not Invade this

iirr.tory the season will not be so bad after

all."

COMPANIES OPENINGS AND CLOSINGS

For M Clouts of Attractioiis carried io Stock for Immediate Shipment

OyiOLE'V LITHO. CO.

"* lae-iiT-ite-iai w. nftiiei. KAMSAS CITY. MO.

SHOW PRINTING

DRAW CURTAIN
20x30 opening. Subject to inspection. Also Spot Light or Flood. Addresa MAJESTIC THEATRE, Rhinelander, Wis.

iroDtinned from page ;:21

Cards. Dates. Posters. Heralds. Quick service. Union label.

COLORED MEDICINE PERFORMERS

cure Kummer's sprightly tumedy, "A Suecr-sful Calsmity". klsnsger Lee lYlae It b Jding a riii.'taiii farewell to the company. I nder tbi* compel I nt direi ilon of Alfred t-win*

For LOnCKS and TR.YVELING SHOWS.

PRATT POSTER CO.. Print Craft Bldg., ·

INDIANAPOLIS.

WANTED FOR JONES MEDICINE CO.

son tins lenipuny ha- enji'>id greater pi'puIsriTy ih.n any sin. k orgauisatum playing Kit Umood Tiie attendanee has la-en larger than that w.tl wh.ih the |,«-i.i of «tn> k companies of preeeding years wa« favoied. The con-!-iint sepiHirl gl'en by plj>gi>era convinced many tl .atriial wts. acr.s herealK>ut that Ki'hmend Would siipiHirt n periuam'Ot slot k com¬

Willl.iiu Paul. Henry 0 X.lt. M.irgarct Kaye. .Xriliiir Wuoitry, Wbitford Kanv. I.:"yil Ki-t'r. s-' n.i Harniini Coburti. Tlmcttiy H intl< y au'l ,'ll.-ter Will.irr.
Savoy Players
s.n Diego Caltf.. June IT --Th- Savov pl.vy-

Herbert Dobblna as the Rev. David Lee, I.ArrT Sullivan aa Andy Beardsley, Myrtle String, r aa Mrs. Jones. Idabelle Arnold as QLidya Jonea. I'o.l'ert Fay aa Monte Jonea, Jean Oliver as Diane, Oliver Hancoik aa Abner Norton, Wm. V. Hull aa Dr, Andrew Cobb, Fred Jenkins aa Judge Hashronck, J. .'I. Golden as Morton Jones, Eddy Wa'ler aa Kenneth ,Tamleaon, Alex¬

Oome<lians that double Quartette and Traps We ftirr.lsh Tiaps. Wii.t sctier. reliable and experienced ·rten. CA.N r.-^E .MI'SICAL T. State your Iwest aiil all in leiitT. strawberry Rus.eli. wire.
JO.NES MKDUTXE CO.. St. .Marya, Pa.
WANTED!

I

pany of like calllNT iiiti.' or ten months In the , r- < luae fb«lr engagement at tl.*' S.vvoy Thca- ander Campb*'ll aa Cornelius Jamleaon, Fr.'d '·sr. Sv«ins..n and h." pla.'.i- wipe given a i.r lliia week, their tlniil offering twing ''Ilappl- Jenkins as Griggs.

MED. COMEDIAN

most flattering di ministralloii of regard by ll*e n.-s-'". with Sarah Padden. gue«t artist, playing .t 'hiiij's pa'rons li lting Ihe final week. The .·I'l'<'«ite Frederick Ilivmond. Hou-e Jlanager

Orpheum Players

Ki I. E'-ceeittic cr Black. Must rut on acts sed do Sicrlaltles. Cl.aiige li '«eek. Stale are. exterlenco

Hen rs of the vompany were called upon In·I ' I 'i .1 I ' aiknowbdg. the .ippreelatlon of

Piilmcr anno'mcee a return to vaiNlcvllle policy. i.|>. n.ng June Zi, with alx act* of vaudeville.

Dnlutb, Minn., Orpheum Theater--"In Love and -alary. I ra>' liaii.spi rtaiion. .V l'lre»s BBCKKB With Love". pre8»'uted by Edward A. Fiirul. COMEDY CO.. Cold Sprii.ga. Mlime 'll.

' I'g ini.l.iu. I i!at g.ii 'i red to pay them mid «i-h Hum .ill gislspi-d.

William Auguatin Players

Mtiiiiislir, M.iss., June lit.- Willl.iiu Angus' 1. - I iuking play, "reg o' .\l' II ml went e i-r big with the fiilks In l)li>u<-e«ler. 'I.iss.

It I'l Kloycl made a eli.armlng leg and llirtn'tl

' g -tin "Kniv ked 'em »ll(t ' wtih In- iioitrayiil

it ric. Ilirlert. by tin- w.t'. was l··.nlly

'esi'-d to lida Hoiidre.-n. of Krmn'iig! mii.

d

\V" presume he « aptlv ,iti d llie e,, rmlng

gill w lie be w.i- plating in llial lown Ills

I*.' .r "lliir was l»-i mmi at He- wedding.

" I I'l bride's slslei, 1 illl.in Hmidn'in. was I il ef Ie nor. Hill .\ngii*lin Is at present on

V e iioi liip In Ti'Xis. Hnlh Kloyd was a

» -I'er in I'.o-ton la»t wii k.

New Company at Copley

PROLOGING PLAYS AND PLAYERS
.' .'iit'iiucd fr'm page J.'i)
riUalblh PlillHi'X a* Xiinnette. Gco. Snyder n» tic bheriff. Buy Wink- aa Dennla.
Harder-Hall Players
Port nichmond. Stuten Island. X. Y.. I'»l.i 'e Tlicater--`Tp In MaN'l'a Room", preacuted by tbc llardi'r-nall Playera, under tlie atage di¬ rection of Kdwln E Vickery, ci-t. via.: Edwin F: Mi kcry a.- Krug. r. tV.IUam P.awley aa t'or11--. Ja.v Il.'ll,' a- Jimiuy Uitclim.'til. IM.th Speii'-iT n- .\Ii'i.i I ui' Iibi. ni. Ib'bcrt Bcnilcy na Gurry .tln-wcrth. I»t'r.'!!iy I>iinn aa Heraldin''. F'raii' ca \V.« dt'iiry a- M ils I E--ington. Edn.i Hirn aa Marll.a \V.I'l..n. Kr.inkl'n Mimndl aa .Arthur tV. l.lon, IViroilij Trai.-ky a.s Mane.
Harry Bond Players
Plttatii'ld. Ma-- . fnlon S'lunre Ttualer --

with the atage direction of Desmond Gallagher, assisted by Charles Costello, cast, vlt.: .Mary JIcCool as Julia, Tlwimas II. Walab as Wllliara Jordan, Leona Powers as .Vnn Jordan. Den.ibl Foster as Rolx-rt M.'t'alf. Walter Scott Weeks ns Frank Oakes. Eugene Shake-peare as Jack Gardner. Leonore Sorshy as M.arlon Sears.
Poll Players
Flarifonl, Conn.. Poll's Palace Theater--"The First Year' . a«'isl<*<l by S. Z Poll, with the -t.ige dlri'i-tion of .\. H. Van Itiiren. featuring W' ifreil St. Claire .ind .Arthur Heward. cast. MX.: .T.i.' Kay as Fred I.iving-ion. I.tili.in Ury.'e as Mrs. Fred Ll'Jiigslon. Wlnifre.l St. Claire as Grace Living-ton lidmund .Vblx'y as Dt. AI>ron .AndirM'ii Je-eph Wjg-t.iff a- I'lck Loring. Jr.: .ArthiiS- How.ird a- Thomas Tiie'gi r. Fran-es Williams is Hattie. Fiank Melliigh as Peter Rarsiow, Ruby Rlat kbiirn as Mrs. Peter Darstorr.

AT LIBERTY-FRANK SHECK

(On a a

"I h .1 '»·) -'-No. I BUck-

taee Cunt-.iiaii d. .

""t ulaa'K raoi'.i-gues. 'i  L

· lean com.'r>' m a'v B. ". art. 0.a..ge fer week

two. Will n.'l w. vluaP. Wriie me vi-ur It

Ibu'.'t Wire. W i; nu anywhere s' 1 DON'T Xi.K,

TU'KET. .\ 11

ni\NK SHEOK, General I>eil».'

^iv. runX'sXjiaM .  Ta-

__

MAUD BEAU PRICE

At Is jerty Ohara :ers and Speclaltleg. (Vgeod, Ind.

WANTED AT ONCE. A-1 rs f.^ Tent Rep. S' ow. with

Srsyla iie- pief.ri'vl. Muu be A-1. sitate .alary. I · .ly a ! stivr . d.*. H'Ve t"0 good rnvil.,..- r

:

. i-!':';- .t tois ili iMiiis tra-'S write. I. M.

MII.XV. Gsuftal De. very, Wati.,*.. Peniisy!..i .ia.

CHRONICLE PRINTINBCO.""':r"
Pn rapt aorvi.v 'I.derate prl.t.-. Write f r f-tirlt'e Pru-e List. Vr.rters to the ProiCMlou sln.e l»7j.

Ih Ion. June g|--Tlio new .\ngli»-.\incrk'iin s'ls k lompHuy under the direetiou of H. Iilen I'" - op< lied at tile Copley Theater last ii'sel with ' llnlwin's Chol.e". .\ B(VHl-Hlti>d H'lli me was on hand and gave tlie pl.ivers ii '·ally ri'''pHoii. .\ tl.iiroli i seelli ill pr'sliu* 'I'll w IS glxcn llil- wi'il known lomed.'. and "" pU.'ers wlio h'lp'd l« pul It o'l'r werv '' 'li'.T Hale. I'am' la li.i'll'"rii'', Hli.'i I'.irl'y,

PICTORIAL POST CAROS TO ORDER.

1.000 far tIO

offset GRAVURE CORP..

-It WmI i2j atrsoi.

_Nrs. Vt.k.

Aayana Kaswlna Anylhine tl
nnUCE H CAMPBELL wrdr hii Maihrr, MRS. A. H. CAMPBELL. Ida k'*w. itwa

·'Acrosa the SIT... t '. procnied l«y tlic Harry Hond Playera. mi.t'r tlie stiigi' direction of Harry Hund. a-sl-lcd I'V H"'v.aid Hi* ker. cnat, vix.: lli l* n H .'-iiig. r ii- .M lilri'il Martin. Todd Itrn.kot aa Dlsrlv Mii-giavc, K X. Ulio»l''a aa Harry af.ipl»'lon. Ui'liii* t'l.irk Kn-s,'!! aa Mrs, Elvira Il.is'l' T. Phil Si.-tti. id .iv .Ii>r llagley, ll'iwanl Kuk.r .i- C.i ' V .'-'M. Harry Ki-tier aa ('vrn- I'ctkins. M.ugiuiilc Klein iia .\gnca Ell.-ry Harry Uond u- Kemiolli IKvlgo. .\ithiir Morris a* t'ol- Wi'iilworlh Ibslg,'.
Bei'kell Players
Ill'll.iiiapotix. Iiiil . I!ngii-i.'- Itp'.a Ht'uso-- ' Tl auk !' . I'ri -ciili'd '<> Ih'' IterW'II Playera. iniil.r Ihe stage dlrollen of Kd'ly Waller, assisted by Win V. Hull. eaal. vig.: Hrtirielt.a Elovd aa iunnah, Mary Mill aa Mis> Ulod(ett,

Mountain Park Players
Holyoke, .Ma-s., Moiiaiain Park Casino-- 'Wedding Bells'', pre-inied by Goldstein P.rotliers, witli the stag* dit.-vliou oi AVillard Dasblell. assisted by I."ii!s Welf.ird. ea-l. viz.; laniis Wollord :.s Fn'.i>aki. Irving Mit.'belt as

AX LIBERTY
I'l tiiet, B. ,v O.: wife. Trontbneie. B. *0. "Ke d.ves N.'ve'ty \ '. Call i-iiange r.l.ghtly if »lesl*ed. T';l.t Wire. T . e. It.r--. Wet's. tN'nti'rtlor.Is' an.i i;iheis. Ij'ii - wtic. I'lci'er Mtp. Will oca sider ciuus. P r svwvKU, Poetj.l'.tc. Indiana.

Kegin.ibl Caitei, .ter-y O Day t- .la.'..son, Dil¬ lon Ibasy as Sp.nt.r Well-. Eugene Head as Dteigia- Drdwa.v. Mai" ' 'i It'.tl. a- Mr-. H.ui'er.

To All Medicine Men

Helm Is'wis ,is \iarein Hiailer, Irene as Rosalie. Claire .M'lsliii a- Hi>oi'''r.
Players' Guild

Homer

We s'di rave tOum fjr several g>>xl men to handle our ttenicdif'. Via) need I-evUirer an I few Performers. \U year weik. GUKV:X VAI.LEY MEDICINE CO.. Millet-town, I'emsyUoi ia.

Milwaukee. AVis.. D.iviil-...) Tlteatel>--"Light

Wines and IImt". presented by the Player*'

ALL MEDICINE PERFORMERS

Guild, under the -lage direction of J.tmeo nlK> answered my te.-er:t ad, a.'.ept my liearty appre¬

106 iContiDUed on page

)

ciation. Wlien at liberty keep In touch with DR

LEE BANUHU. B>6 K. Nafblan

ColuaabiM. Ohio.

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Tlie BilIl:>Ocircl

JULY 5, 1924

a.nd Americdn Achievements in the World ojTMusiC
l7etta NavM^Hen^

JUNIOR MUSIC CONTEST

To Be Important Feature of Missouri State Fair --Mrs. C.C. Evans,of Missouri Federated Music Clubs, To Direct Contest, Which Is Open to All Young Musicians of State

The Mi-souri State Fair nianagemi nt believes in iiiu»ie at the fair and ha- long recogn.zed It- im|».rt.iiiee oil the annual pMgruniH. Tl.i- Vi ar. laiw.-ver, the diri etors have set a pre. i ilent in fair annal- and stolen a niarrh on the -i-ti-r State fair- of the iu(inir,\ by -f.iri'ng -umething new that has

T'n sident Helen G. Stee'.e, of the Music Club.

Sedalia. Mo. Mr-. John W. Sims, leader of

the Junior r.O'.-ter Mu-le Club. Se.lali.i, Mo,: t! Mabel IieWitt, pre-hlent, I'l b rated SeJalia g

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r

--

SEVENTH SEASON OF STADIUM CONCERTS BEGINS THIS WEEK

Works of American Composers Fea tured on Independence Day

TIio

Ilf Kif Siailiiim ·utiiirtt

j ^ Ilf NfW Vnrlt rilT wll! 1m> inaiiKurati'il tin- <`\r

^ ,I

i>f July 0 at tin- I.i » >olin .stailliini ati'l

till' fiTi'crt. « ;i bi s \in i-M-ry rvi'iims ttun--

:i*'i`i fur '··V'M wi'i'L.

Till* ron'lurtiirii fur

itii- Hi a*i>n will III' Willi-m Van IIu-s-trati n. ^ iiiiiilui tiir Ilf t!.i* ||lllllarmIln I* (irrlii»tra, with
that i.'rjij Iti- tii-r, rundiirtor cif fhi* t'in'innatl or-

rhf'tra, a* iriif-t ninilui-tor. Itianmurb aa la*? year'* auilutiee* .liuwiil an liuTi'ane uf aNiu'

iti"t forty i>ir eent over t!ie altenilane" In I'.'J'J

f:ilr the Stadium ilflelal* have made privi-iiiin fur

ra", «»ir larfr aU'Ileni'e* till* yuar thru murttie

the uretii'tra «tand haek ateuit thirty feet, thui

" n::il':li)r it !iii-.« lile to I'lare 3 <·'0 add:t unal

i.e:i'« In t'e St.i'llii'n. The jiriieram. a'-eorl1't to t'. e annuiini i-ment of Arthur Jiid-'U,

manager of the Stadium Coneert*, will le · f

the h k I -t l.u.'.ltile '.tanda'd.

T'· SMdiiim t'onerta du nut follow tl--  Id tn li'lun t'lat -umnur ron-ert* miiot oun

I. 'I i hlefly of liclit, popular miMlc," *ay* Mr

.liiiN 'U. ' T' e l or.dui tor. l-aTe hutlt the --

proBr.nn* on the pr nelp'r that nothins I* ti'.t (tooil f e the stadi um audlenee., the  n'v limila* ·n« ! nc thn«e Iniju'-ed hy the fa '

th It fe-e i-unei rt» are p'avi d out of d^>or-

M -t of the »t:in'lard ·ymphotile. and «.Tm-

phiinle p^N in* are ll.ted ft perf Tmanee, a-

Well a« ni.mv iinf.imlllar work* by r!*««le an I tuCMlern l'^l;.u··r« 

f'-r the opiii ns prnpram on Thur*day. July 3, the eymph^inr wilt bo Ileethuven'* Fifth,

and ot'i-r nimle-r* wll tie Ti'halknw*kT'* "Ib'iueu and Juliette" Overture Fanta-la.

Jo!,ann Strau*-' Wiener Wald Walt*e« ard

the r-eltele to "Itle Mel«ter-lncer" On F'l-

elay evinlna. Ju'y t. the program will begin

with the "Star Span-led Itanner'* an'! the greater pu-t n "f the l·nIert will bo devote.! to the v.  rk" Ilf .\m''th.in o..mpo«er< Tl.-'

eompu«lt ,un* to be jierformed w'l! bo

Xecru ItVap-i .Iv", hr Ili iiben Ooldmark. aP'l

tllla wll bi' Mie fltNt time the work la-

been pn-i nt. d on a Stadium pr.'gram; "The

l ove s-ing and V llage Ve-tlTBl". from Mao-

Puwel". Indan Suite, and Victor Ibrhi'rt'*

`·Anie'i. an Fania = 'e", and T'-halkow»kv'*

Veurth 'Jvmphony will eoneludo the p'mgram

tin SatiirdiT even ng Ileethovon'* Overture to

I

"I en'ire". ae'e. iIon* from fJrleg'* "reer

flynt" Suite. straii««` Wiener Hint Waltio'i, the I'n l. le to ·T.uhengrln'* and the Flr«t Suite from "1.'\rli ·I nne". tiv Itiget, will be plated The aiid't'un* for *uIo|«t«. If po«*lbIo, will bi'

eumpleted and the «olo'«t* aoleetod bofuro the

f r«t Week of the oonoorta thall havo been

eumpb teil.

HADLEY GIVES TWO HERBERT MEMORIAL CONCERTS

Mrs. C. C. Evans, of Sedalia. Mo., who is chairmiri of the W.iya and Keans Cor-imittoe of the Missouri Federation of Music Clubs, is superintendent of tho Junior Music Contest, which is to he a feature of the M.-'souri Stato Fair this year. She has had wide osporionrn with young musicians, and. aided hy the capable W'omcn on tho Music Comniittce. promises to make the contest a permanent feature of tho annual fair.

vaid

d-aw for pla.* w. Fir-.t-r'riz*` winners .JuuMr <li:!.w. m.d w. i: n.rt. ..f t:

in .*111 tho

will have an op[i<»rtuiiit  S*-! imiI of Mu^ » of Sfilalia,

I! rt

fn ai jitar «<ti tli** i»M»-'r inj in fnuit <if tli

AltJjo an inno\,if:..n at tlo- M swonri St.itf

amphith^-at^r in tin* aff*Ti.'M.n and n.-'lit o\*t Fair 1 h .liii ior

t'luii i-ntt^f j, alnadi

du> fti t ·· fa.r Wi-'k fulhiu;:!;; tl;*'* award n

f jri'.z St)it*-rtid*` i;it-r* t anioni: th** .\'»iini:

· 'It M'';.d:iy and i u* ^da\

liu;" i'-.aii"

Tho i-ntry l.-l hoMs jtrorn'o of

Mr-, r. C.

idjainnan *-f tho way- anej hoing 4 r*inp!» t. d hy Du- olo^inj: dal.* an-l It

.and ino;`iu ot.inmittoo of tlio Mif-ouri Fedora- .

po--ihli. iliat :iddit!oijal r»M.in will h.

linn M ·-.* t'lu'*-. is su:*orintondont arid uill H`^'d. d to i»ro\id«* f»*r tin* ottniju tinj: nr i-nin-.

ii i f . ` .iri'i- .f tie d- rirfriiont. T!io <oin- Tho t.i-k of -taaitiL' a .^tafo-widi' oonl*-t of

til'.*-'. Vi'irki.j: ;n oo-opiratIon with Mr-,

a- tod..\\-: 'Ir-. Atih »* L. Sijf^tld.'.

I r»

.\I>`MU-r !'t d` ra* .on of M :-io rini»-,

M* ' .

I.

K. 1'.« r'. < hairinan. J itror

dop.'ir"

M

:ri r.*ltraii"n "f M -i** ('luh..{.

Sf. .h . 'h Mr-. Ar.'.a 11 o rm-ir. II:m !

ton. t

' :i * r of .T'ji.iur 1) partuont «»f

t'd^i -ort

not an »*a-y orn*. hut Mr-. Fvan-.

who lia- l;ad aliundaiit o\p«rioio o with j-inior

muMioian**. i-rorni-. - f » inako Iho oont* -:t iH.pu-

lar onou.:h to Im* iro lud d on

n gular pro

irr:iin of tho

S'ato Fair h»roaft.r.

'I lio oonto-t

rooi i\» d tin* indorwornorit of

th" Am-ri. an F' d ra ion of Mn-;.** rinh- and

the

F.-doratii.n of Mu-o

tho loar'y -11: port of tho ini.-hal pr*-v tiiriioiii

Auxva--o. ': j.; Mr-. K. P. A'anc y, «!:r`> tor of the on intry. .Ml ]*or-onu intoro'*lod in tnuHfo the Mi>:^ur) r< (3oration of Mu».ic f'luhs. und hav«- plodk'od tlo-ir t*o 't| oration as t)»< y h« lleve

.oini,.w...! ,,r f..ur >...1-1: ^ r] xmiiirsiw and a

<no k ' ilrumriM r Ihi.'*, nnd fl.** .''i ifo Pair

M*'*idy I'j.* . a imhI*- 'iuarl< t, with pi.mo a*-

«

fto-nt

'riki^ln'H rni,.t:t Fand iinil

^iraiol Mjicr.i *'oiMi';ni.\, of I'li ic*». iias

1

d f'-r oo'irt rt w.nk and f'T t .0 pr -1111:1

f ion of ... a. ( of  Xltla''. rio* I'.oy

S. oiit F.aiid of .'-prm'jf 1* Id. Mo., M.iM|Mm.*d nf

l'*0 ;ioi;i|t-. will ho an a»!d-d fojiiuro. a- al-n

wll ho iho ( lintoti lh»y I'.iml

If 111.* iiiu-io prop'rain thi** \»*ar falN to -atlnfy tho Iovi*r> of innsi>* fhoy will irnh**! ho Kovi ro rriti.- on thU mihjo. t. It 1- p. rhai>-4 -afo to -a.v that no oile r Stato fair In tin* Fnitod S!:iIom |., offorlnc **U`!i a ^.·^r·d intiNloal i'''o;rr:im nti l it i** d* rid-dly afo to tnak'* tin* :i-'" rt|«iii ti.at at no otli r tnno dnritik' tlo*

iwont> four ^oar* of Mi-'Oiirl Stato Fair hUloty

hn- *^111 li an aggr'^ration of niUHloianM hoon engaged lo work ot the State fair.

I!*nry

ron«1nrfor of t'"*

\r\v Y'^rk l*!iil!»nrmoiiio Orrh«»«tr«, who ron

fjfttvo rHrk,

n* rln-rf*'* Orrh^'^lrn uf th!« wnmnirr. pr»**

two fn* m*tr<nl c*

In honor of Mr.

TTf'liit on Tm-'diiv l·^«'nln^. .Tnno 21

Mr

llmflor w.i^ n Hft* h»ne frlond of tho tut**

«otnpo«or o«»n«liii tor nn»! frnnkly i«t»to« fh»il

iho

Ion nnti n«« «fnnro

mi him ^>T

Vii ft»r l|t rlH-rt hofio tl hirn to turn from tho

«omiMi'aitIon of !'i:ht

lo tho «*»rntfon of

noTo '·or!oii« work A^^t^tfnp f!io VIotor ll^r-

foTt Or*!io*"trn nf f!»«**o nn*niorf«| ooniMTtn wn^

tho Strawfirhljro A (''Inthlor ('honM, of I'hMn I'tpha. iintft f Hio i1lrooth»n «»f T'r T1orl»ort .1

Tl!v Two of Mr ITort»*'rt*a worka for rhorii«.

Mohit^fi* nn*1 orohowtrn woro porformo4 "Tho

f*;i|'f(M ** nn*l "Tho Cnl! to Kr* t'littfn**. «n-l

f`*r tloMo t>iii

ao!ol«f< wrfr Inoi Har

h -nr. 'Otir;ino. nn<l Krt'tf I'atton. l»ar!ftmo N

·short l·h<»rnl work, ··(*ro««i!nir tho Tar**, r«»m-

|Misi ft hr Hr TlW fi^**

ot'onnton. wn«

aonfoit nn»l Ifonry TIa*11or*a **rioc1o** for rolto

nn«! ors*h» ·<fr.i waa i:lvi n. w th rani KofsT

aoloUt. Mr tlnrltov*** toniT «·***·»*· all«*n with Vli'for

llorhort onntth'f! him to onrrr «»n ftio ofmoortn

I'lnntHt! tiy hi'* l;iti* fr1*`n«l aa portniM no ofhor

4*ont!sit tor ofoiM lui\o slotio, atnl r«'|***ff* fr -m nro that Hio auilloncoa, whirli havo

ht«n tarifo. liaro hoon Tory anprorlatlrc of tho

orrlio»`fra and Ita loador.

JULY 5, 1924

Xlie Billt>oarcl

27

"AIDA" ATTRACTS

IMPORTANT MATTERS

interest. Tills week Ilerschel Stuart, director.

I p-o-oiitiiig t . ' .Mi--iuri Song am] piui-o Re

Increased Audience fer Second Opera on Polo Grounds
Neu 'j.irk. Jinn L'.'e--The -. l.·Illl peif.iriiiuii. .

Discussed at Annual Meeting of Na¬ tional Correert Managers' Asso¬ ciation in Chicago

yiio in w n il i gliloon pi opio p.irlu'iiiale. ui-

olo.l ng Amlrovc l' Kl t,,., X, .m.i !>· an. Haze

Hickman and a I'n-iii-'i Bill. f

a iiiinil.or

la g yen liy -ovo-i · Smi-liino Girl- d ro.-t.-l

Ill jrr.iiiii I,]. r;i inider the d.nt'.n of ih.-

C.in (i;erii

i it on drew Imre.ix .| iilfeml

*'

to the I*.do ifrounds la-t eieninir yvht.n

\ ·l.l" IV.I

irhell lind. r the l';|r|er-lll|l of

('ll.'-age. June --(iff.eer- ri-il.-eti-J at the anounl niectliii; of I'.. .Vati-jual I'oneirt Man¬ ager-' ,\s-iieialion nt tl*. Ildg. water )'.· a. h Il'til, wTiieh elo>id .vesterda.v. win: .Mr.-,

tl i;. G. iirg" \V

and angmoiiti'il by tlio

Kati-.is City Niglit Hawks S::.gi!ig Tr o. yvit.i

Sli vo Ca.ly. Harr;. Ko--i'l and Will .Malmiiey.

Kriiost It.i'.;-. .XniiTican tenor, who i- ,a

1 . -.in S.mI. to

I' ;; 0|M .11

nartie'i'Mrly

fojitiired .-..lo,-t at the R alto T mt.; of

v

haiu Wil.-oii Greene. Wa-liiugtin. I». (.,

:idiipt.il>!e tor oiitil' .ir im -. m.ii o'l im.i h.-i

pri d.-iit; Sell y iip|s n'leini. Sm I'l.ii.. i-e.., '..rk < ily,, lias U- II

L'» '(1 ,1'

t Witll

-

III" t 1 ff.etivelv iv'th till- aid of an

ii'iitineni .1 ei opii- iind luil'it and a e.i t of

|.r II. .|.a|. r . i.'ii ill (l|.. ii|;i.ii ii..|i|iit.d them

w III T||l|.·'l d -I'll.I "HI I'riii..- I',-al»:i.

yie.-pr*-idenl. and .Margaret Klee. .Milwmike.'. .. i Ti i.irj-treii-iirer.
.\niong f|io-e pri-eul uli. n the euineulimi

Ih'' 'y.U't n .- Hall S ynii»1i on.v liD'f'T Mr H-nr.'

XX-.,..d ;i' 1r.i'ir i.r>.in.

· oil. . ris t'l |.. ' giv' ii

III l.'.Dilon, England, fh»* Intii<r p.irt of Augii-t

anil early 1S. [.t. rnh. r

>Ir . 1>. ixi- will al o m ik.'

Ill llie ii.iiif part, furi' .r nn r. s- .1 t .· i;o.»l nip'.- -0.11 mail.' lii-t we. K an.I ?·.. i,. w.i- les,

yya eall. d t.. or.i. r v, . re; L. 11. Rei.myer. I.o.\Ilg|e^, .Margaret Rjee. Milwaukee. Ra-hel

,'i -hurt t iiir .if 'h (' Kn

il province . b' foro

returning 111 .X:iu ;l in Of lotxT.

il If iili.v In h iriiii: her I..\\ tom

tliiniiel

''.iliiiir a- ll.id.ime- was ?.vin a veritable

e .ii o.ii nt f - eont'lii'on of the w. II known

.ir :i ''('i'.--te .Mda '; furthermore, lie |i e»--.|

t . aiiilii r.i',' taiglil l.t thriioiit f'o entir.- pro-

f .iin. dertr'.| Wilder wa- .\mner - and

V I- -1 .1 to liave f.iki II the ride on vi rv -h-.rt

'··· ·.· .1- -nh I 'nil for farmelli I'mi-.':. . who Wi- -urfeitng fr.im a ·'.'d ind under the-.'

K.ii-oMiig. Chiiagu; Anna Goff Rr.'ant, till'ago; Illj/als'lli Ciien.v, .>-1. I.oui-; .Mr.-. Katie Wil-oii '-reetie. \\ a-hingtoii. Ii. r K l-.i >a 11.Its. llou-ton, Tex ; W Hard h mball, I.ilieola. N.b.; George .S. (Igden, pe- .Moines; ·Mr-. L. Darli.v. Cin.-inn.iti; Mr-. .\de|ia I'retiiislliigi* -. Cleveland, 'ind T. .Xrthur Smith, Wa-Iiington, It. C. lit er yiii mber earn. later.
line of the prineipal topies of diseu-sion

In cel.'l. ration of It < third anniver-;try the

Paine.. Th .ati-r ..f

1'. T.'X . pr.'-. ·ute.l a

si..'c ally xy·rift.'n iiin >ifal skel < h. entitled "Fifty Year- Xg  me! T'.d ».V* '. I'o Il .X'lHrfs Wonder

Jazz Biii.l wa- a f. anir*' of tl,.' -k.'f'li . whicii

Was ilivi t. .) int.i twi 1 fM ri ..d-;; fir-t, ''T'* · Enter-

ta iling i.f Piftv ' . ·ir-. U-.'

anil t'.' sei'ond.

· Til.' Fllte rla niug .. f 'I'lM lay' '. iu which xvaa 11-

lu-irat.'.l t Im j.i.c.-, <11tnA»* t .f t'i»l!iy an.l tti .' w.iBa

· i" uin-'ani I il would !><· only ins' to defer yy.i- the Hf)t:ity eontra-t. v.hieh ha- long be.-n I.f tmlav. fl.'-#' b#* ITIL* nt' rtTi'tt'fl b' Walter

pM-» lie all oi.inion on M - W .ib-r'. al.itifv iii."i P'M we.k. when : e i t."i appear n

a IS. nt of eonfrover y le tween th. Miisieal .Managers' .\--.H iation and i:.. i  n-" r' 'Ian

P'ljmers.in and the

ins Billet.

 I .Ma'h : a" Pirfriilar'y effertiye Ir.fh from t'.e

-tand-

ag.rs' ,\s-nciation and which wa- still un settled when the convention adjourned. I'oi-

The return of the origii'a! Six Brown Brnthers to Broadway - bo'ng inado tho inn- oal feature

tio'iit of - nginc and ro-tnminc w.i- I'le T-mple lowing the December meeting in New Yo-k of the program at the Mark Strand Tlieater.

PRICE DUNLAVY u a >eU-known or(jD.kt ID motion picture theater circlet and at present it aasiatinr John E. Kill at the orcan at the Ki'llrwood Theater in Hillywood. Calif. Mr. Dunlavy received hit elementary orfan instruction from Imeit r. llawkdet. of Memphis, Tenn., «ha It a irraduate of the Royal A^adsmy rf Music, of London, to d a member of the American Guild of Orranists. Hit first theater «'ork vat done in Cbicafo at this Corent Garden Theater, then followed a period of time in which he was demon·trator for the Wurlitrer organ in Chicago,

- .11.

.1 I . trlumpl'inl entry of Ridames.

.Mso worthy  f mn'''i praise \va- fl w .-k of

·I.e hirg. b.ill, f le.I I.v t.l'van Oird* n an'l

K 'l'i n. < It'iilolidi

New Yorker- should sup¬

port the Giv e OiH-ra Company i:. its end.iivor

|.> ; rovide cie-i mu-leal enferf.-iinm'nt in the

open air. Everythlne 1- done to cuTibute to

t'.e la.nifort of those who attend the jierform-

ance and even tho New York wa- pa-sing thru

an extremely hot spell the evening "Alda"

was given the Polo Grounds was so cs.I and

·'.·mfortable one forgot the heat in the en-

p.vment of the good mnsic.

 SPECIAL AMERICAN PROGRAM
To Be Presented on Independence Day at Goldman Band Concerts

the .Musical .Managers' .\s-o<'iatiun present.il

an Erinity contract form to the Concert Man¬

agers' .Xssoeiatlon for con-ideraton at the

next Cbteagu meeting. Tin- laiuitv cuntra'-t

was carefully considen'd, according to a sjiokes-

man for the Concert Ma.nagers' .'ssoclation,

and rejected owing to features which, it was

ilaimed. tad been changed or incorporated

s n.-e the meeting of the two a-soclations in

New Y'ork in Peeem'ier.

revised Kiiuity

(Continued on page 112)

MOTION PICTURE MUSIC NOTES

This is Jaiz Week at the Howard Theater in

New York C't.v. this weok. Tlie ovirture played by till' full Mark Strand Synipliony Orcliestra xvith Carl Eil'iiiarde condiiitiiig oon-i-ts of »e1`i tions from "Pr n-i -s Pat", and E-telle Carey sings ''lyivo Is P.cst of Xil". The Original Six Brown Brother-, as-isted by the'.r bund of thirty savophone-, aptioar at each porfo'-manco, and their act con.-i-ts of six mnsieal numbers. J.isoph Plunkett, managing director of the Mark Strand, in t'.e opinion of many. Is providing one of the most pretentions program- offered in any,Broadway motion picture theater in re¬ cent years.
S. L. Rothafel resumes the series of tabloid operettas at the ('apitol Theater, New York City, this week with the presentation of Vietor Herbert's ·'Swi'ethearts" as the feature of tho musical enterta'nment which accompanies Rex Beach's picture. ''Recoil". This opera was

and he gave up that work to become or¬ ganist in the Pnncett Theater, Toledo, 0 , »hrre he remained for more than a year. Mr Dunlavy then went to California to ' P'*. a theater for the West Coast Theaters,
and later filled an engagement at 1.' ew t State Theater, Lot Angeles, and ·rom there he went to the M.lier Theater in Lcf Angeles, where he was engaged at the time he wtat select d as assistant rganist for the Hollywood Theatei.

The G.iMnian P'.ird Goneerts on the Mall In Central Park. New York, eontinu'' to Inereax' In air.-ndan-'e. Pur ng th'«. the fifth we.k. Mr G Idman presents three feature progr.iins. the f r-t of w' *. 1- f.e'ng iw--nt- d a- we g.i to pr.-'- and Ine'udes T-balkow-kv's
Symph.ny Pa*hef<itne. Op Wednesday. .Tulr pr"g*am will eor.-'st of t'-- work, of
pa' an l·-^·.·»er-. bttt the feature pr ogram of til- we.-k w'll be that of Independence Par .liilv I, when the entire pragram will b«' devo-.-.l to the oompo-lftons of Americans. Mr.

-Atlanta, Ga., and commenc ng June 3ij Buel B. Risinger, musical director, la pre-eiiting a sjM-cial musical program by the Ileward .-^ymphony (irehestra. The feature is the premiere apjwaranee of the Howard Atlanta Famous 1' ayers' .lari Orchestra, under the dir.-ction of Ca'vin R. Ife.
Two b;g musical acts are to play early engjgi-nients at flic Ka-tman Theater in K-icteste-. N. Y The Orig nal Mix Brown Brothers, yvith f.e'r f.iini'Us pla.'ers of saxophone-, will be featured -oon. and Raymond Fagan and His

P'-osluced for the first time In Baltimore in It'l't with Christie MacDonald In the leading role The cast in tho tabloid version at tho Ciipit.i' ||.I;-:-ts of G'lidys Rice as Sylvia. Sara Edwards as Lliane. Frank Moiilan as Mickel, 1> o do Ilieraiiolis as Prince Franz, Jo-eph Wotzil as Meat. Karl, .Xva Bomharger as Captain Caniche and Pierre Harrovver as Baron Von Troni;' Mme. GambarelH is seen in Herbert's "XVooylea Sl.oe Dance" in which she is a-sisted by DoriNiles. Lina Delins. Nora Piintin and Mill cent Bishop.

Goldman will opm th'' evening concert on that .sy ni;.hi>uic Itin.-e Orchestra, a big hit over the

PITTSBURG SUMMER CONCERTS TO COMMENCE JULY 6

d iti wif ' R'ti-a's famous march. "T'c stars an.I Sir .-es F.-rever". and the other comp-'sers to N' r« pre»ente.l on the program w '1 be

K.'ith and Oriil,e',;ra circuits, will flay a w. e:ig s*mear at the Eastman.
I'l ar'es M. Courboin Is now at Scranton, Pa .

Additional Concert and Opera News on Page 112

11 idler. P.ige Nevin. Saenger. Mana Zucea. cnductlng what Is said to be the first master

I'S' f'.- till' summer ininuTts in P tt-huru. I' 1'' ' U'l n ·I'n'ii'i'liil hy tin- I'.tic ('lull

Ib-ai h. W.'OiIman. Ilerbert.

MtcPowell.

K.-llcv

and c'ass in organ playing. f-.n-ie until .Xiigust 1.

The class will con-

iC'i ;i. liiile ronrert- daily In wme part uf the

The June issue of The American Organist

*' ; 11. Jii'y ii III ]»t* tuN'r 1 lt,-iw»-,n the-e** ds · - lira, tli ally pv.-ry community and d-trict

PHILADELPHIA'S MAYOR

DirectoryofMusicTeachers contains much interesting news and Informa¬
tion helpful to theater organists.

· ': ' - rg the r fy of IMtehurg w.ll have op-

Frank Van Pu'en, -V.

G O., has opened

.1 ty t.. riij .y f ·· .Mui.icipal I'-ai.d (..iicci--
T ."Tiniiltii's srhitid I*. V Ninlia .n- c .u '1 · f r fl,,. Itrce Imtid i-on'eris and I-.i.hire

Sponsors Junior Civic Orchestra

the Special Summer Course at the School for Theater (>rgan Playing offeri'd In connection

.X.'.'ord'ng to Informaf'on given by the Na¬ with the American Conservatory of Music in

EDOARDO PETRI

('>-i..ne f..r the small band. The Xlr.'la or-

g ii 1.1'on niitul.i r« thirty niii-h laus sr..! t' e

·

Hand has .lateen and wi-rc ».;· ti,!

ft''m a large numla-r of applh.ant-. Tl.'' Mini ··

.pa: j.- 'Craiu will In. liide enni i rts tW. e we« hly Is s 'fr.ii r Park, s.\ couia rts In W. «t l'.ark.

a 1 ti- niimhi r In M< KInley Park and l«.i c.>n-

.»··· Weekly In the -mal'er piirk*. tlmt !» t

tilt dniw le.» than

in attendun,e In

id'l'ti.'n to these two iain>erts will !..· g ven

at Westlnghnuse. two at IlIgMand. two at

(' vmp'a. I almllar numl.T at Rlvervlew and

ete . . h In .krsenal an.! Trov and two nt Lm-i ire.

tional ll'ire.in for the .\dv.ineemerf of Music. 1" |·alllId.'^. Is to have the f-r-t .Tiinior Civic

Symphony Prci-e-tra M.av.'r K.-ndrlck ba- ex¬

tendi-1 an Inv taihui to a'l y.'iing mils clans of

th. (Jiiiiker Clt\ to app'v at hi- .-ffice for

menils-fsl'p In t'-.o org in'-at'on. and .\!b,Tt N.

tl-.v

who nriginato l at.d m.'st suci-i--stnlly

conducted the TTarm.'nlca Cont -st In Phlladcl-

t.h .1 a -'i.-rf time ago. w 'I have direct charge  f t'.- Jiinl.w Civic Onhestra. yvhleh Is to con-

sl't of ICe IsiT- rang ng In ag*- fn-m 12 to IS

v.ar- Mr Moyle will N- assisted In the work

of directing the orchestra by niemlsTs of the

I'h la.lelphla Prehestrn and at present *1 Is

Chli'ago. The course extends until .August 2 amt special attention Is given to thiater reper¬ toire. Including classic, p-ipiilar and Jaiz music.
Mme. Gamberelll. premiere dan-euse of the Capitol Theater. New A'ork. arranged a spec al dance. "The Music Box Poll", to music hv l.ladow f.ir presontation during t'-.e fir-t week of the Tf'-moi-ratic convention. In a marvelous costume of w' ite and gold she gave this num¬ ber with such charm, grace and artistry as to win most enthusiastic applause and several curtain call*.
The second of the grand opera series to be presenti-d at tho Capitol Theater. St. Paul,

TEACHER OF SINGING Studio; 1425 Broadway. Now YoHu
yphone. 2628 Pennsylvania. Plano School, Ca-negio Hall, New York. IV-Slet for Ccnoit Play¬ ers .X -s'TiipanIst;. Teachers.
JANE R. CATHCART
TEACHER OF PIANO .Xddre-s Ai'.rr (litoior 1, 200 W. S7th St.. NEW YORK. Circle I0II7.

planned to give the f!r«t concert on Thanks- 'linn . w.is given over to tile fourtn act of

Dancing

gWing Pav Tlic orchestra Is Is Ing -p,in«.'r.'d Ir Mavor Nendrick and the rehear-al- are to Is- hell! In kls rcci-pfion room In Phll.adclphia's
City Mail

"Il Trovatore" with Helm Hewitt singing the role of T.' onora and Bernard Ferguson that of the Count Pi l.iina. .Also the noonday organ ts- fats given hv .Arf'ipr Kocmer. organist, in cii.dod a niimher comimsod of .splpotlon.s from

I MAUDE DOUGLAS TEACHER OF SINGING Vocal Art Sfirare 15 East 38th Street.
NEW YORK Vanderbilt l<Mie

Crrter-Waddell Studio of Dancing

P'isste aed Class IsSlruidlee

RSILIT. OairNTAL STAOC STfPS

Psiwes Conseoad lee ProfiMSiMSIs.

Vsiidevltte Arts Arrsated

·* W 7;d St . New Vert

(sdliwtt 4iaa

SPANISH CASTANET PLAYING
lesre Te PIrv the Css-seets at H»i"e tv Aurera's Uaioue Method Priee, SlOnO
SENORA AURORA ARRIAZA
·'/ M.disen Aw. NEW VONK Plara TIM

I.OUIS VECCHIO
nssriBg near*. Palte. Staae Arts I'm.'· SI li.rlrii.Hivi M ·(«J'e Fees
l'.'s htfig f.»r rrores-P.i'Slr F.iei.'lres Tr«'hr l.pie H -ullne ms Rrtsdwst. St tut SI. NIW YORK CITY

MI-I.E. AMY MANTOVA

'

lulc. M .lir N y M .|,,l·.·e.,

^1' M-.a Bnwidwsv. New Vsik Ctrits OI?l

*

I -e, ri.»iil,l;. |·;.el.|||t- (Irtrnlsl. I'-sil

" ''i li« . lug I tilMirir- ris , >slii|.ls\. Ill'll-

'll rrm nt

ERNEST DAVIS.
Ammcdn Tenor. To Sing in London With Queen's Hall Symphony

I'rii. sl Par s. .tmer'ean tenor, who but n

-·i.irt linii- ago returned from Europe and at

tiresent 1- apis-aring as a special singer at the

Rialto Tlieiitcr. V« w York City, under the di¬

rection of Miico Rle-enfi'til. has bi'en engaged

a* wnt.dst for four eon.i-rf' In l.ondeii with

the (Xiieen's Mil' Svnip'iony under the leaibr-

shlp Ilf Sir M. iirv Wis.d

Xccerding to f'le an-

iiouiicenieiii yvb cli lias ju»t N-en made by

panlel M ivcr. p.T-oual manager for Mr. Paris,
the litter win appear at Mie four pronienad.-

.oiiceri- -I li.-.lii'e.I for \ugu-i Rl and 22 and

Seotiiiils 1 1 and '-M 'tr Pa'I- will slug with

.. .I.-lr;i

.|. . ..Iiip mill'.'lit

c..||l|si-lf loll-

bv

Rl-kin Maii'li'i XVicii.-r anil ('ol.-rlilge Tailor*-

· oi i« n \«ake H.'Iio.hI"

Pi luMitlon to

..O'li.ri- Mr Paris yv II make a short

lour of iio- I'og -I' pr.iTio.ey bcfon' rctiimir.*

"Fanst".

s I. R.'thafi'l. of the Capitol T'-cafer. New

York, i-ertainly knows how to choo-e special

miisiial numbers tl at will please his audiences,

an.l particularly enjoyable was the number

termed on the program

Poniocrat'c Coiivon-

tlon week ".X Popular Fantasle". This proved

to ho ''Yes. XVo Have No Banana-", arranged

In oiM-ratic f.'rm and sung by the regular sfaT

of s iigi r- of Ih.' Capitol, ineluding Bot.sy .tyros

Gladys Rice. Sara F.lvvaids. M.-jrJorio Harcum.

Frank 'Ionian 'Villiam Robyn. TVtor Ma'-

rowor, .Xva Romharcor and James Parker

Cis'mb-. each d-i--'.I to repre-oiit a prom -

nent operatic ctia-aftcr. The singers entor-'d

into the -"irit of the niinit'or as tho hoartiiv

enjo.ving it and the aiulieiice fairly rivkod vv t'l

laughter and aiu'l.a'id.'d with much gii-t.i in n'l

effort to have the cnliro numb, r n'lu'atod. b it

the length of t'GaTo'oI pr,.grain iI.m-- not tonilt of ri'polll oil- II. o s h.'p iig It Is ino''.I  I

for pro-oiitatlou -it -..iu.* l.ilor t'liio. a- boro's

one who woiil.l oMiov t yvtli loiiiil'o-- ..; ors.

Tho Mis-oiirl Thoator of St. I.ouis. Mo., con-

GKOROE E.
SINGING
stage Rqptina tf Oaera.
545 W. Kith St.. New Ynrk. Cath. 6149.

LOUIS REILLY
TEACHER OF SINGING Studia. 49 Weet 86th Street. New York.
FXWRTEENTII SthXSe'N Phono. Schuyler 1261.

LISZT CONSERVATORY

MRS. MARION LIS2T. Dirertar.

PIANO. VOICE. DRAMA. STAGE DEPORT-

MENT.

319 W 78th strret.

NEW YORK.

Phone. Schuyler 9*>44.

s

CONSERVATORY
Vocal. All Instr'jaicnts and Muaie Cenpoxitian.

138 Eaal 7818 St. New Ytrfc.

lo .Xuicriet in tVtoltcr.

tiC'Jts lo c2.i Ua

prcsroaii ol umuual

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T Ii e Billboard

JULY 5. 1924

MUSICAL COMEDY NOTES

lievue, Opei'etta. Spectacle
Conducted, bu GORDON WHYTE

"Vanity Vair** la drfloltFly drcldrd on a< ilio tlllo of tlio Kern-ll^lwyn-ParkiT niiiai<'ai I'liiiii'dT wlilrli Philip Ooodman will pmirnt Id Si'ptomlMT.
Iiunua O'Dcur baa Juat joined the ea>t or "Vofuea" at the Shnbert Theater. New Ti.rk Slie waa laat «een at the Winter Garden In "Artlata and Modela".

MorrU Gest plnn* to bring bark the "ChauTr.

iCOMlltXlCATlONS TO OL'B XK\V YOKK OFKKb

SiMirla'* to tbia ronntry aeit January, wh<-n the lliikaUn organlzatloB will hare eontplrira

SITTING PRETTY" CLOSES

NOW "VOGUES AND FROLICS'

ita current rngagpmcnt In Part*.

Will Be Actively Engaged as Producer of Musical Come¬ dies Next Season

Xi w York. June 27.--"tsitting Pretty" is ai.Doiinccd to clo-e Its soasuD tomorrow uight at the Ini|>)'rinl Theater. Queenie Smith will ^^'lllrn to the t'omstoek & Oeet prodiution when it ri-o|t<`iis next S«-pteniber in Bo'liin. Her stay with the show, however, will be of limited duration, as she is under contract to star in a new Kaufman-Connelfy musical comedy. Wilmer 6i Vincent have engaged Jack Donahue for the leading male role in this piece.
SOCIETY MAN AS PRODUCER

The Muitral LaVonnaa are back In Cbic.iin from the Hoiitb, baring flniahed with Alt t'andler'a "Uroadwny Pollloa**. They will aliortly open In raoderllle with their BpanUh inatrunaental oddity.
"Marjorie Daw", starring Eltaabetb Rlne>. i* dividing Ha booking for tbIa week between laing Branch and Asbury Park, follewing which Walter Reade will send tbia mnsical prodix'tlon to Hooton for an all-atunmor engagement.
I mu'li'al comiKlles. The Margaret Rawkaworth, debntante and we

New York, June 27.--The coming muson will And Hessard Short actively engaged as u pmdiieer of several musical productions. The former director of "The Music Box Revue" plans to present Reynaldo Haim's light opera, "Ciboulette *, starring Vivienne Segal and J. Harold Murray, as his initial offering. Short will follow this with an .\merlean revue staged somewhat after the manner of the Music Box presentations. T'le latter protluctlon will In¬ clude two original sketdies, called "The Rain" and "The Sew Organist'*, written by an in¬ mate of .Vnbtirn pris<in. The building of a
theater and the remodeling of a playhonse in the vicinity of Broadway are also listed among the producer's activities for the new season.

New York. Juno 27.--Craig Biddle, prominent I'liiladelphia sislcty man, iind Charles Oordon have formed a ni'W llieatric.il lirm and under tlie corporate n.iiiie of Gordon-Biddle, Ino.. they plan to jire-eiit a series of musical plays next Hiitumn. The concern's initial venture will be tentativ, ly titled "Patsy", for which George V. Huhart iind Will B. Johnstone will furnish the libretto aud Itrics. The piece Is a musical ver-ion of a comedy recently provlueed in stoc-k und.T the title of "Patsy .\fter .\ll'*. of which Soiuuer Xichols is the author.

MOONLIGHT

ment.d bv Tot Qualters, l.n dancer: Ross Fowler. larrv Shea
THRU THIS WEEK

`·'·`y
"Vanities*' revue. Honing Id Euy<pe

»»'«»'

*"

OarrolP. new

Miss Ilawkrworth la vnci-

and Is expected back about

'*'**

begin rebearaala.

Tt.--"Moonlight'*, L. LawI'al comedy, will cloae toe Ix>ngarre Theater. The to reopen next season on 1. Julia Sanderson will relie, with Prank iTumlt aa

It la thought that Prltal Scbeff will have ihs prinia donna role In a new operetta by Will ll. Johnstone called 'The Soag Bird". Miss Itcheff, who bat terminated her tonr In rand* vllle, has gone to her summer bowie in Water bury, Conn.

Philip Goodman la Mid to be considering Nancy Welford for the leading feminine role In "Poppy** when the nAtsIcal comedy goes on tour in the autumn with W C. Flelda aa the

SCANDALS" SEEN AT RESORT

LONG RUN MUSICAL PLAY RECORDS

atar. Mary lAwlor la alao a candidate for the Madge Kennedy part.

New York. June 27.--George White's "Scan¬ dals'* was viewed for the flr«t lime this week at the Aitollo Tlieater In Atlantic City. The sixth annual edition of the revue was presented in two acts and thirty scene*, .\mong the principals In the cast are: Winnie Lightner, l.cMcr Allen, Tom Pafrlcoln, Will Malioney, Richard Bold, Helen Hudion, Newton Alexander, Tliea Lightner, Olive Vaughn, the Williams Sisters, the Kim City Four, Alice Weaver, Sally Starr, James Miller, the Demarcos and Their Seven Sheiks and others. "Scandals'* is announced to open here next week at the Apollo Theater.
LAURETTE TAYLOR TO STAR IN MUSICAL PANTOMIME
New York, June 27.--Laurette Taylor will bead her own company next season in "1`ierrot the Prodigal'*, a French pantomime set to mindc. The book Is by Michael Carre and the Bcore by .tndre Wormser. The pantomime was originally produced in this country some years ago by a Kranco-Englisb company under the patronage of Winthrop Ames, first at the Little Theater here and then in Chicago. Mi-s Tay¬ lor is at present posing for the screen in Bollywood.
ROGERS IN "INNOCENT EYES'

Number of conis'cutlve performances up to and Ini luding Saturday. June 28

PLAY. Andre Chariot's Revue of "2 Battling Buttler, Mr. Flossie. Grand St. Follies. I'll Say She Is. Icnoe.r.t Eyes. K* ep Kool. Kid Boots. I.ittle .1- s-ie James. ·Moonlight.. Plain June. ·Poppy. Ruiiiiin' Wild. Scandal-. (Gorge White's·Sitting Pretty. Vogros. Ziegfeld Follies.
·Closed June 2S.
Arti'ts and ModelsNo. No. Nanette... Topsy and Eva. W.ldflowcr.

IN NEW YORK

STAR.
-Eddie CantorJnlia Sanderson W. C. Field;

THEATER.
selwyn. Times 8>{UHre... Lyric. Neighliorboiid.... Gaslno.
W.nter Garden. , M'to*co.
Lari Carroll. Little. laingacre. .Sam H. Harris., .\|"«Ilo.
, Cnlonial. ..\ polio. , ItniHTi.il. . Shti!>ert. .New Am^'terdam

OPENING NO. OF

DATE.

PERFS.

Jan. 0.-- ·'»»

(lit. s(a ..Inf.il"l*.

June "n. !!. ....'1l1l

.Mav 2 jiy0 ! ... 1 . ."Is

May i;i. »i

May 2 L"". " . . . ."ij

May 22... I»t·

::i... ..217

1 . . .oUI

.!ni

.. .Vi

.. . .'in

*2.1.., . . s ., _

V . . . .. !* 

1*7...

`.`4... .. 7

IN CHICAGO
· Apollo.. Harris.. Sclwyn. .Garrick
IN BOSTON
Wllbor.. '1 remont

1... ... "ft 4... ... 72
...2b» .. ... b'j
i.'>... ... SJ

The Shuberts are now whipping three new muslcjl produetloDs into ahape fnr next ecaaon. iui luding the lyrical version of "Old Heideltarg", a Dew ".Vrtlata and Model*'* and another "Paaslng Show". All three coropanlea have been given complete raata and rebearoals are in full awing. Howard Marsh will appear In the leading role of "Old Heidelberg", which is due to open late In Augnat.
Once "Rose-Marie" Is lano< Ited. with Mary Ellis In the star role, Arthur Uaramerslein will turn bU attenlion to a musical comedy from the pen of William Cary Duncan hearing the title of "Lily of the Valley*'. Mary Hay, who was seen la*t In "Mary Jane McKane", may have the leading p.irt. The ·'Rose-Marie" pro¬ duction will also Include IVnola King, formerly with Jane Cowl'a company: Pearl Begay, Wil¬ liam Kent and Arthur Deagoo.
When "Peg o* My Dreams*' la revived in Chicago next fall It will have a new cast of playera. Since the closing of this production last May oevrral changes In the book bare
tContlnued on page f>l|
Speeialiant !

New York, June 27.--Eddie Rogers, eecentric dancer, has been added to the cast of "In¬ nocent Eyes'* at the Winter Garden. Rogers has been seen in u number of Broadway revues and musical comedies, Ineluding "Tbe Music Box Revue". Marguerite and Gill will make their debut in the Shnbert production next Monday nigiit, replacing Mistinguett, who leaves shortly for Paris, and Earl Leslie, her dancing partner.
KEEP KOOL" TO HOLD PICNIC
New York, June 27.--The entire cast of "Kr-cp Kool" will have an outing next Tliursday. Headed by Hazel Dawn. Charles King and Jolimiy Dooley, the comp my will aKseuible in frr-ut of the Jlorosco Theater at 10 a.m. aiid journey Ly automobile to I'alisadcs Park in New Jersey. The pmgr.iin will inilude swiiiiniing and other athletic contests, to tsfollowed by a luncheon. Prizes will be awanleil to tlie winners of the variotts events.

CATLETT WITH NEW SHOW
New York, June 27.--Walter Catlett, who was seen with "The Follies" during its rtn-en* tryout In Atlantic City, lias -igned nji witii Piillip Goodman for tlie new raii>icnl coiuedv by Ihlgar Selwjn. IV-irofhy P-irker and .leroine Kern. The pr>iduction, its yt t nnniuntsl. will litve a triumvirate ol stars In Catlett. Gene¬ vieve Tobin and O-ear Ehaw. Tiie team of Broderick and Crawford has also Nen eng.iged for the OtHMlman hI.ow. Beliiarsuls will coiniiienee the last wok in July and llie ripening is seliedulril to take pluc(` out of town on Sep¬ tember 1. Following a preliminary tour of two or tliree w'-rks It will be broiiglit to Sew Yotk, probably at od<- of the Selwjn tl,i.itets.

ELSIE JAMS AS PRODUCER
Nr-wr York. June 27.--Elsie Janis. who is appearing In Imnilon In "At Home", a new (.·iieen s Theater revue, is expro ted to rr'tiirn to .New York atsuit Rr-ptemlsr 1. It Is said ·Miss Janis will take ovir a Broadw.iy tlieater, in which she will present her own prodiK-tloos.
ADDED TO "PURPLE COW

ENTERTAIN ROYALTY

New York. June 27.--Cortez .ind Peggy, who were ser-n In ''.'Stepping Stonef,*', appearc.l i<CPtitly before the Prince of Wales In Isiiiiion at a tiiithday supper and dance given ih his honor by Brigadier-General and JIrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt.

Per Week SALARY

Atrobatk Instruetitas lor SenutioMl SU|9 Dineini
Stretching, Bar and Pad ExereiMt. Buck and Wing, Eccentrio and all Tap Dancat. tUuntratetl lUntlilrt ront«iiiinR
SctiHiitiiiiial c r.ij ll a 11 c Dnnclng, I'iUck xitil WiiiK, nnr nnd StrctchlriK Kxerclaes. I'l'lro Within Roach of All
Summer H.itca for Tenchera Vlall iiiK N'*\v York.
Private Lessona In Acroballca. For Sonnatlonal D.inclnK. Itnck WiiiK, Keoentrlc. llnllot. All Dance Koutined and Arranged.
GEO. COLE STUDIO

HERTS REHEARSING NEW SHOW
New York. June 27.--"Bell.- of Yert-rdaj", the new romantic mtt-ical play l>y Oita Motzan, Kenneth Keith and Dailey Paiskan, will hold Its first rehearsal next week. The piece calls for a cast of sixty singers and will be presenter] by Harry B. Berta.

GEORGE E. WINTZ

New Amsterdam Theatre Bldg.y

NEW YORK, N. Y,

249 W. 48th St., New York City. CHICKERING 2435.
THLATRICAU
ST. DENIS HOTEL, DETROIT, MICH
narlal Hatat W the PrafsttUB. BLN F. BLINtB.

JULY 5. 1924

Ttie Billboard

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Joan Lowery. Iva Curti*. Vlvn Johnsou and May Istvveen Duluth, .Alinii aud Superior. AVI*..

.leruiiie. Max Guldeu is producer; Don Heath, April 28. to John W. Whitehead. Billy Mij*,-e,v.

iii'i'ieal direetot: Claude iKld) Long, managi r. I'aiil Yale, Alice Carmen. Iwjt DavnGon and

(l'OMMl.NltAlK'N> H» ol K ( l.\(.I.\.\Ari (JKI'K

\\[ vr\IV Iiian.'-t. U TlitltliJK hi* nidth't Larry Chanitier* is company manager and Rodger

,n nr- nn*tl and aI»o trorkln* th. re undor tli* ,, · · i.f Ja k Mlildlfton. local bookln* ar^nt.
M, rl ATIKSoN ha* aiicroodvd ll. 1! ('«l*man mi CT > f tb* ` Xan y I'ahr" r»iiit>*nT f.ir

i

. rroth*r* and ha* pl*<*d tbat romiianr

WIiolInfT.

'a., for four wc'k*, ufartlni;

Jrv. - WM <

(BIIXl Ml'nRAY. well knomn In

. irrie*. I* DoW

lal ad'inr* air< nt

and mb'· 'T ·»*"

<!f al-t

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« h i''a.r'`d Hartwell, O.. near ('In-

, ; : ill. I*'t week. Tin: I'M'iric ('Omki>y fyh'U have jtiiueii

It.r" Smith'* "Sootbirii neaufle*". wb:. h Is

slaving a -ummer engagement at the Kmpre.a

T'.ater. Omaha. Neh

The qiurtet Ineliiile',

T n M'te't. ti-nef; Art Rewer*. h'ad; Turn

fireen serretgry. LAItItV II. IITATT. of the nyatt Booking
Eli bange of Chb-agn, I* taking a long-deferred va.iition. He and Mr*. Hyatt left Chbago In their I ,ir -nine two week* .igo and motored thru <1 ) mil Itidiana. *t.ippiiig off .vt ItsllanapoII;ii.d Coliiiiih i. to vl*ll irn nd*. Mr. Hyatt railed lit the New York oth- e · f The R.llhuaril and adv!*rd that after two more week* spent in Ralt more, wie-re they will visit numer.itjii friends, he will lake up hi* le'idenre In New York and alsiut July It will u;* n office* In the Stnind The.iter '·uilling, where, av previoualy annouii.ed In the*e eoliimmi, be will eonduct a h-*iklng office In i-unjuuction with Gus Xnn.
i H\S. V. Tt ItMlIS. general manager of Ilii.'ii* A ra-leii'* "Oite Little Devils" Com¬

j,.;.. .. l*r.t"iie. :>t d KaJ t'o-ia. ha-*

pany, repiTi* t at owing to the phenomenal

AM» r.Ii'^A MAi: WIIITK report the bii-ine-* Ulug done by thi* company at the

. :<· ng of I '· viargaret I .llejr ('·imiwn^ at .<t. I lei-iim Theater, Canton. O., be ha* bi-en forced

j,.., j.; Mi, Jime .'I. after a very iiliaaaDt and

» e.....n «f forty »ieik-

noyd and

l.ilni ·'* V'-.t ng .fr'et d* and r'latlve* in Kan-

M- I'lty.

. after who h thty w.;i play vaiide-

t.lle f r the f-I of the e'lmtner.

to can. el all date* until August ffO. when it rlii*e» at the Lyceum. The ca-t rem.viD8 the *ime a* when the company opined in Peoria. HI , exeept for t!»' addition of an ing' nue. Iiuring the pa*t Week the company gave It*

P: M'KIK RI.ArKRfKV ha* rio-ed hi* "Mil- lisnh iierformance at tlie Lyce im. Rurn* and I. D'le :.ir lUhy" Com; any after what I* »ald to I'aJin anno nie a numla-r of excellent bill*

ijvi I*

a very »heo»-f-.I aea^.n around the pre in reLear*al for pn-eutatltm later in the

^.n C r. ..t. Illack e evte l* to take hi* fam- -a-ou. It I* tile fir*t lime In the history of

:.y -n a r-blng and ram|ei.g tr:p for the Mim- the !».ii*e that ma* cal comedy stuck has been

mer I' .i ) lu !l>. hi* daughter, tecenty eeleT -'eh'li brt'.d iy annlvireary and re-
.. <f.l n ai.y noe pre«iut*.

offirnl In t:.e * imimr. Hi'VrY HARRIS and his "Honey Olrls" are
ri js.rted doing nlcily at the Ramona Theater.

IIA/I.I. l.aM'>NT. of CiO' ;auat.. O., Tl-lted I'hiM nlv. Arlr.. wlore t'-ey o;iened April U7 for

:=f - I

f> male inii* reona'or. foe a f-w an indenn.ie run. The company ' Honey" took

d;'- .n « - i.iiDl la-t week, la'nter la with a from Teva* include* b.-^ .b s hlms.lf a* pro-

mui *h h I' i.ied .1 Week * engagement in 11.e d .1 ing »*imi*l an. J.*i k Wi'.le. comedian; Jack cr lo cit.'. after which !· went to ritt-burg for l.wis, stralgl.t. .Arthur Jac'i.-on, chara. ter co-

:. i;V 1 ·N-w

.Vfter the I'ltt't'urg run Leriir . . d to lUifalO for a while and tlien to ^oik to r< ;.ear»e with a -.hi w f.ir nevt Jlr». LaM'.ot m y accooipany her ·on.

llHl AM» JO I'Kl.MAU wr.te.

We have

lik n ever tl.e management of the Itroadway

II M. Iktr...l, Mich., and have had iinite a

fi« Id ft.end* -tay with u*. Condition* are it'd h. r.. isiO'dering what they are In nearby

fit.I-. aitliO quite a few l«Mal hou»e» are rlo--

:-g for tl.e ·.mimir. We have a niimtier of

medan: R'o-e Harris, noubrct; Kitty Jone*. i!a*aiter*: Ri.'y Meint.vre, Jean Farley. Toot* Tlonip-on, Margie Tbomp-on, Dare Wayne and 1'ngle Cisik. cta-ru*. The Five Jarrramoniacs are iindi r t e d ri ctien of Eddie Rec'i k'^. There aie no ma' nee* at the Ramona and member* of the eempany are having time to enjoy the »reniTV for wl.i. h .\rirona !* noted.
HAITON rnWET.T.'S "J m Jam Jem*" last wiu-k opi .led a summer run of mos'cml stock at the Capitol Theater. Lansing. Micb., which

e^.** f'-r our Xtratfi'Td Kevue' few neit -ea- hjs been fiatur.ng eomiianie* of this type

on."

f..r the past year. Two b.ll* are to be given

HAKsHaI.L walker S · W .11 Rang Bevu. ' >.«« Utn d' .ng D|. ely the pa-t Mvt ral weik* at t * strand Ti.-ater, Ka*! l.in-rtHwii, O T e  oBi)iany .> olTiring I'gbt mu* ' al enmedie.- w th · a g. if pr .-am twoe a wiek. In addition to Mr. ar.d Mr*. Walk-r fb. :. ..re *e,.r,i
. ·*! 1- : ;..i!* anil a ele.rii* of l< n. E m al! In¬
ti.iLi* r<ir.pany will rema.o at the 8tra..d Bift .f tlo *uium>r.

Weekly 'n ...n'linifion with motion picture*, p . flr*t -.'ffer ng wa* "Head Over Heela". T' e p* n. pals are Rllly Wv«e, Norman Hanley, i: irl A.c.iig ai.d rat»y G I*on. Other Ijinsing t'.cater* are remaining open with motion picture* and vaudeville. The Strand 1« gviing after tli# h' l weather bu-ine**. and thi* wei k ha* th* th'uMe feature of Eddie Eoy and the Foy Family on the stage, and Cythe-.-a on the »*-reen. The dUdnier. Colonial. Plara and other theater*

Tin; '.SWEET hTCEE" tttMI'A.NY. recently are -till mak ng a bid for rummer patronage

ai*iu r. d l y the (irate* llr.i*.' Attra>li. n*.

NAT (CHICK) HAINES, with hi* mu-lcal

and Mrs. Anna I.'H.g, publielty. .At the clO'e of the Wllmer & Vincent Time the eouipany will return to the Rroadwii.v, Colurabu*. for a fall and vvliitiT enifageiiiei.t.
TDE RMiiU -MI SItAL CHiMIiDY ( uMI'A.hV pres. iitcd ' .AIuj"-t a iTiatU|iioD" aa the progr.im for the tir-t half of the fifth Week of it* anmmer engagement at Coney Island, the uuiii'e ment resort located ten miles up the Oui.j itiver from i iiu iniia'i, >., l oiiimenciijg Ji.ne J'L Billy Steed and Robert (Dutch) lii.-el, eoiuediaox, kept the large Sntiday uiat nep itiHlieiice In laiigl tet all thru the show. Cleverly Inter¬ woven were the aiugiug and dancing niimbi r*. iSls ciulty number* were iutruduied by Ill-le "rank, singing "Dancing Dan"; "Ma.v''e Shi'll Write Me", b.v Ann ll.ildeu, a comedy niimle r by Bob Sii.vdir. straight mau, and "D.rty Hands'', by I'luky E-ta-ri;. r. M.s.* Franks aGo '· tvi-d as foil to l; II Getwhlpiied. played by M' ed. E'or the la-t half of the vveok "Krousemeyer'g Alley" was offered, with specialty singlug and dancing numlx-rs by Kathi-line and Noumi Wiggins and Curly Stewart, farl Frank Is musical director. Me-sr*. Steed and Frank have been lighting the element* since their op. niug at Coney I'laud and if good weather ever makes an a:|iearaDce they are sure to make a sU'.-CP-a w th taeir open-air shows.
· JoVLANU V.AMI'S ', which played a week's engagement at tue Grand Theater, liaudette, M.nn.. ending June Jl. drew capacity audiences ··Very night, according to Ci.a*. I'eter*on, house manager. "If* a clean, clever company and more than proved *ati*factory to the patrons here," he wrote. "The company just clo-ed a sui cessful engagement of eight weeks at the A ictory Theater, Ilibbing. M.nn., and expects to play a return date in the near future. The com^.ny is under the direction of CU.-is. Lee and CODS.Sts of Percy Lohr. principal comedian and producer: Meggie la-iiug, second comedian; Elsie Lohr. soubret; Kitt.ve Miller, prima donna; Carl Cole, bits; Walter Miller, straight; Babe Malloy, Betty Kelly, Ruth Petie. Marlon LaA'era, Evelyn Martin, Lucille Adams, Norma Hupp and Estle Trip, chorus."
WE ARE ADVISED that Chas. A. Snydtjr Is In no way connected with the "Frisco Frolic*" this aeason and that the show, which Is mo¬ torized and opened the season at Kewannee, Wis., June 3. is being advanced by n. A. Biankenhurg. Maurice Cash. Hebrew comedian, and Marnella Pltelkow. soprano, are featured memliers. Others with the company are Jack Dal.v, Irish comic; Bernard .Xanford. straight; Gb-n Grove, prima donna; Mildred Sanford, ingenue: Milton Sanford, Juvenile; Teas Singer. Hila Ala. k. Bobbie Doyle. Olle Baylor, Margie Schneider and Res* Rinatto, chorus. Frank Bruno la business manager and Wm. Sanford musical direc-tor. The company is playing thru the c-oal spots of Northern Wisconsin. Min¬ nesota and  Michigan.
J.AT M GEE Is now In charge of the clnb and cabaret de; artment of the Milton Schn-ter Tbeatriial Ei. hange. Chicago. Mr.. Schuster re¬ ports reieiit booking* in tabloid as follows:
White, with Sim Williams; The Sevier*, wiih Manhelm .Attractions; Bob Sanilhv>rg, w th Fox A Krau*e; Olive IVt'Iair. Ja. k Elricksou

Marion Cnrrie then returned to Minneapolis tn rejoin the Wakefielil show playing the I'alaee. Max G'uler, Don Trent, Madeline LaFere, Jo* Ann and a niimlier of the Wakefield chorus reniuini'd with Wliiteiie.nl, .Mr. 'Wakefi' Id's "AA'jntel Garden Revue ", wliieh played fifty-five (suiseeutlve weeks at the in w Palace Theater, Mlii!.· .ipolis, closed at that bou*r May 11 and opened the following day at the Maje«tie Theater. lie- Moines, la., where It 1* now in its third Week. Man.iger Kenyon is quoted as hav¬ ing 't.itiil after the fir*t performance tliat the Witefleld show was the eleane*t and be-t of its kind to play hi* hoU'O in three years. Dan Ri!**ell 1* pr'Klueing corn' diaii. Erin Jackson and I.-all White are leading lady principals, supIMirt' d by Clara Russell. Mayhelle Gerard, Dewey Campbell, Anita Er. el and Nifa Hale. Frank .ifartift. comedian, joined lu't week, and he and Russell make a wonderful comedy pair, it is said. Iiidhatioiis at pre-imt are that this show will remain at the Maje*tie all summer. Billy Mossey and Alice Carmen, who are under contract to Wakefield for another year, closed at St. Paul, Minn., .Tune `_*i, and are now taking a much-neede.I re*t after working for Wake¬ field sixty-six con*ei-iitive vvi. k-. Mo*sey can be found at tl.e lakes of Minne-ota fishing, while Alice ha* made a trip to Hiiffaio. X. Y.. with her moflier to vi-it friend* and relatives. They join the AVakofield *how Jnl.v l.T. Mr. Wake¬ field ha* 'Cl iired for next season a beantiftti theater of 2.000 -eating c.ipac ity and will pro¬ duce mn*:. al tabloid on a big -e:;le. The shows will be billed as W.xkefield Revues and will Ineiude fourteen principal*, chorus girls, ten jieople in orchestra and a scenic artist. Besides the usnal stage crew Wakefield w:fl be aided by a constructing carpenter and electrician. Glass runways are now living Installed and mechanical effects being bnllt for these productiona.

Be a Booster for Milt Schuster
A\'ANTED--People in all lines, at all time-. Send 2e Slump (or niy free Date Bock. 36 West Randelpli St.. Chicago. Illinois.

SUMMER SPECIALS

Annttte Kellarmann Suits, mercerized, iny
color .$3.00 Opera Hose. Impisre*! IGle. any color. 1.75 The "Waal" Woman's Supporter, very wide
rubber . 2.25 The "Waas" Man's Supportsr. 2.50 Roll Top Half Hpm. i>ure silk, black or
white .65

EXTRA SPECIAL

Negro Wig. Can Cork. TuPo Cald Cream. Lip¬ stick. Black Gloves. Rc'gular Value, $l.tS. 1.00

Send 12c postage (.jr any above articles. Illustratevi Catalogue sent free.

WAAS &. SOM,

Costumers to the Natloti.

123S. 11th St.,

PHILADELPHIA, PA.

DEALERS: GET Ol'B PRUTK.

AT LIBERTY

I: S'ad-.I by Kid .Mti k. o|N'n<d an Indi Unite · n oo r r .n al tie Mi ter* lake EarW Tin at* r. Cii.'oo. (i S .nday night, June ISf. os', ring ' The I o liitry lint". Mack'* w.rk and Cat of l> » fe. Mae Mt. k, wa* mi>*t plea* ng T' ` t ·f the ii,: w. however. w a« the Cap t.il ' ' v E ur 7 .. r-.D.pany will offer a rhange of p- ig-ini .a 1: Sunday Thi re N a ehorii* of twil'e.
KIGHT AND HAYES

com'dy eompany of th rty peopl*. clo*ed the and Nora Bow-er, with W. J. Lotle; Beulah

ftr*t week of a summer sea**® at the Lyric Raker, with Toby Wilson; Sophie Wilson and

Thiater. R · hmonj. ' a.. S'lnday night, Jone JR. Eugene Carev. with Craves Brothers' Attrac¬

Ttie b.ll for f e T1r*t half of the wi-ek wa* tion*: Bobby A'ail aud The Georgia Four, with

"Al *. My lb ar", and f>*r th* latter half "Too Mary W;vi*'. At the otwniDg of the wei k bii- ne»s was fair, but Inireasi'd Immediately. T o Individual popularify of Jolly, fat "Chick" Ha.nes, former burls,'qne star, wa* a"ur. d t iiu the Initial show. Other* of the (a*t w i.n.ng h.gh favor are: Jnne Ijc Veay. George \\i -t. I>e«l l-ynn. Sadie Puff. Barbura Elsie «: .1 lie.Tge Rov e. Elalsvrate si-entc eniilpment. 1 !i aiol ..'..rfiil costumes, and a big beauty , > .ri.s pa ; itallrg with pep and sing ng and din. .ng well i-ontrlbute to the »pl. i.did im |.r. " .11 ma.le.

National Theater. IVtroit. M ch ; Babette Wini¬ fred. Wallace Blacker aud wife, nieo Vance, Irene Kane. Marie Clarke and Lillian Shea, with Harry Roger*; Lew White, with Avenue T. eater, I>etriiit. summer stiKk; Billie Ferguson, with Duncan Sisters, Seiwyn Theater. Chicago; I'aeific Four and Pearl M.ick, with Bert Smith, Omaha; Bobl'y Whalen and vv fe. Rudy Winter, June Kermitt and Helen B.irkwlll. with Bert Smith, Ramona Park. Grand Rapids; Mae Al¬ len, Mar.v Gray Allen, I'-oh Capers. Mason Sisti r* and Tod I.e*ier. with Billy Maine ComI any: Geo ge and ISilly WaGh. with Frank

· lOLDliN AND lAlXCi'S "Pullin' .Around" FIe*l.er: Edna Bumeit. with Alt Candler; Miss

I 1.I-. d lu e'ght weeks' engagement at the Rro.id- Herring, with Hav market Tin a ter, Chicago;

« ly Tlnalrr. Columbus. O.. Ia*t Saturday night. Prince Ro'-nel and P.st C.irroll aud w fe, with

A roiito uvir the AA'IInier A Vincent Time hits hi-en .trrsrg.d. to oi«eii .vt the ILiiah 1 heater. Ri.id.i g, I'.t. The ivmpany will a.so imike t ie A\. - boii-e* n Noriolk and Kuhmond. A .1 Tile *. ript I lis to be u-ed are all i.iw. t. ill f r vvlih new mnsleal numbers prixlib ed hy Robby ilobb o. The iviinpauy will numls-r th.rfy. Inclini ng Max Gvibb n. Robby G..!di n, Ibi, Ibiriii.in. M.iivel Mul-kelton. Ethyl Mclbinald. Miugard II.vII, AA'a.viie It.xrtielt, AValiiT Hiei.* tin. l ed ruriiiiti. t'.!lt>eri A an Al-t. lb k U. b. iG, I. .1 U.im-I y. Rov Sn.vdor. Norma

Raynor la*hr; Oilt.r.'n Cameron and Al Strong, with Harvey D. t'rr. Dort SGti r*. vvllli 'Come .Along Mary' Company: Gladys McGee anJ Mirlil Astor. with A'ogel and Miller; Petty Pine, Eileen Hart and John McKinnon, vvitli the Slate-Coiigre** Theater. Chicago; Mae Mott, with Danny Land: IVlia AA'allaee, with W. F. .Alartin. and Fellow* and tJlote Sister*, w th Roger Murrell'* vaudeville act."
EKAN'K L. W.AKEKIEID on June J-J left .Al nneais '..s. Min-i., for l*es Moiiie*. I.i.. In hi*

la . I I

I .iiiL. t'-lii- r I'. rin .11. tlv .*,> low '.dan. .After bsikMig ovir Ills *'..`vv there

iJ'.iciTi. Inn I ''I'-ni . M,,i e A .in .A *1. lre.iii .1

be will motor tn O.n.ila. K.iii'i- City and Clil-

Clyde and Beatrice Davis
It oenue I-eads or Ii.genues. Comediin. Juveniles. !*ix feitnre Novelty Singing and Talking DociNe .'Cpeciallies. Youth and all esaentiais. Biuiiy. Chicago or Ka- -a* City b*se. Disappointment cause of a!. Wire bci; ff r. .loin now. 21 N.nth Dubuque St.. Iowa Ciij, Iowa.

WANTED

FOR MUSICAL COMEDY
PeiTv'e In all lines, ' ? s'nk ix ;.;!emerit. two comra'iles. Feature C.'.n i.sii. S'lal. ' Men. Prima D.'.:iaa a:id fast > .j r.t c M'l-m il At that can cha:ue. Chorus Gir'.s. Lfa.lir t r No. 2 CiV The!:** )>*>¥. Kuih A.crUh:. n'.rc. -Ad res* AILKN FOIITII. Manager. Ma . .ai *:. F '·re, El Dorado, Ark.

Linton Do Wolfe Wants

A-l s-'ciic Ai.ot il'.ies and Water Colors), for Mu-

· I al I'miedy S-..k. Prefer man with I. A T. S K.

car No Nozer. A!.-,- Mualcal Comedy People, few v.Ming, alupc'.y Chor.i- (Jiris. Man or AA'cman »! .·  »·

it.-li aid make flashy wardrcie. Ad Iresa .M.tje-;tc

T.ii t re. Harris-urg. Pa.

_

WANTED -- iTAB. PEOPLE

V *!! M. J. MFANKV.

for New

d.

Tiemotit Si.,

FIVE CANVASMEN

s"ra. Du'.'Me. \Vi 1 II it. Hi* Pi v and Barney. Boss.

Je..ii Vir u,:.

A .(e ni:h lluleii.

_

I n, lleily .-i'-ii. C.iinun K.xvn.iiigh. A'cra I'.i t. i.igo. Mr. AVikiiield -o'd b.* *'aiw alternat r.g

PARTNER WANTED

THE GUS SUN BOOKING EXCHANGE CO.
New Regent Theatre Building, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO.
I'lvo to Thii'ty Weeks for Standard Vaudeville Acts.

W" 1 sell l'.:f itUivr-r in n.I'.i.Ized Tab. Company.

1-

> cetrv. Oi.r- ., AAaidriibe. etc. One cap*-

1 e . r iia'.l. I. -.i-i; r-* e; d itcferrcd. Geo. Uaucom,

p.. .-e

ItHs j'M AKY RID I'E. Bcckley. VA'. A'a.

WANTED at ONCE--T'*eful People for small* town week-stand tent show, vaudev.i'.e and pi-tun- Live ·* lot. Long -eason. good iri-atment, low ralarr AA'ire ot wrlio PIPKB'3 ELL* THIC SHOAA'. Itrciueii. Geotgia.

Thi* wall knevra tabloid tenm U now o(> ffnng a singing talking, bandsaw mu*iu
and U'hittUng oot tn vaudortllo.

So.isoii Contract for High-class Tabloid Musical ShovA'S.

Ead your correspoAdewc* t* adwertlsera by meatioaltio Th* Bitlkoard.

I 
JULY 5. 1924

Conducted bu·Alfred Nelson
auMML-Ml AiHL\> `Ul iU K M.U \UUK Ol I I' KS*

Sam

A.

Scribner Demands Clean

A. C. on

July -1. "U n oath and

c*M*ry nno of t'« in w !I

inft*rin««{ of uliat is

1

d i'f tilt in iu Ilf u.i> ttf i-<i-o|»-raliun

COLLINS AND PILLARD

r«'r t'o l'* ritMM-lit o*^ *T >'i;niI* .1 I'.iirN

Shows for Columbia Circuit fo- · . \t ^\i^

and I`f ft 1!\ M-tvis* <1 td wl .lt Young Stars of Burlesque Now
tiH'rn if il't'.v f i'l to iiH · t ti e re-
Appearing in "Hollywood

Follies"

Calls for Conference of House Managers, Pro I'l'iiiiiiii tl:at hi V. ill ii'it - rill' \i ry ) i.ii'i il

ducers and Company Managers--Meeting

i'>n~ fo Ilic a»«. ll' ii'r iii.itmti T' iiM> 111 .I'kiil

' · I'liy

To Be Held Monday, July 21, in C. A. C. Executive Offices

<irii.r i\t'ii'i\i> prin'i-.i;; fir I':'.:; « · n I'ny

l ave iii 'tlur tii-' Imut in' i:iir

I. ih -' to

[Hit it I'lit; ill'll why ·'.·v ii'k iiili,iiiii` ii^iiit'

to shari' HU i xtia iii W'iiain r ii'In r:.- :

i|ii.it-

·iiiT r.iti-', iit 'iiiiiii t III*' :iil' ' i.j ii^i lit' not

l ar tt i- now'O.ii'iT'. hut o. k. ti.i' i\tr;is

New York. June L'o.--For several years pa't

"Tlieie is B'diig to be no room on the wiihn vir fji ie tl.i' rati-s at ti e iii w'i.aiior

Ham A. Serihticr, as secretary and BeU'-ral Columhia Wlo el for any producer or iht- ell-'i' tvl;y til y liirniit

'Ihwiihh.

manaper of the Columhia Amusement Company, former who cannot give strictly clean en'er- tisl.i r ami i-an'ly I'lifrlnT' to iiiinitri Rail iu

has had the whole-hearted support of assoeiiite offieia'' and iioard of din-ctoi-s in hi' iinlirinB iffoits to make the sliow' on the

COLLINS AND PILLARD

Columbia Cin u't suffi. ieiilly elean to warrant the alli nd.iiice of «Icaii-mindcd men. womi D

and el.iiilren. but like all innovations. Iliere

were 'lime amoiiR the producers laikiiis fore-

siElit in the employment of eompany manager'

or (iiii.ving tliem lli-' authority to compel per-

foiniers to give the brand of shows demanded

by IU.1 C. A. C.. and the orders sent out at

various times by the C. A.

have been ac¬

cepted by huu-e imiiiigers anil ciiiiipany man-

iiB' rs alike a' nn re letters of form, to be

(lisrcgorded.

Hiiniig till! pat si-ason Mr. Seribner has

Isieu mius iiilly iH-iive iu ceiisorins liou'C' mauugi'nii at and show nianagiimeiif alike by letters

to house niamiBeis i-alhr.g for a reiiort on shows direct to the C. A. C. and a chain

letter sent out to houses ou the circuit calling

atlenlioii to Monday (tUs in dialog and action.

Heveial of the lanise managers were con¬

scientious in the report', hotli to the C. A. C.

and their associate him'e nianagirs; but some

were sufficiently negligent to be brniiglit to

the attention of Mr. .s^i i ibni r, who iu person

Investigated the iharges niiido agaiii't them by

making a tour of the circuit on several oc¬

casions, and in all probaldlity they will be

chastised for the good of the service. The

same is applieable to prndueers and tiieir

company managers, wlio fought they were

getting away with snmethiiig, hut who in

reality were given enough rope to hang them-

Bclves, due to the fait that it was the last

reason for existing franduses.

With the granting of new franchises fer

the ensuing five years Mr. Scribner and as¬

sociate officials of the C. A. C. have di- idi d

to take a decisive stand for the elimination

of all ohje-tionahile features in Columbia

liurlesiiiie, be it lines and act on or performers

responsible for objei-tionahle lines and action,

and towards this eni is-uni a b-tter during the

past week, viz.:

"liear .^ir: Hen-aft' r the words Iiell. diiiuii,

find, i-oek-eyed liar, son-of-a-gun. son-of-a-

ro'.ack or any other words of similar n.itiire

will not In- ii'-rmilteil on the stage of any

lleiiler on the t'ldiim'iia Wlieel. Hear this

faei ill mind; (he above words cann'ii l.i ii id

iinJer any conditions. ·Slummy dancing conlim-d to the 'Iio'ld-T'

1 i- all light, but shaking tlie bria'is i- `·-i I forever; lliiimbing the nose i' out, -teki-ig I a leather ilu'lcr or anytliing olse iKlweeii tlo-

tho youngest star comedians in hurbisiiiie, m J->*epli Hmtip. ' Hollywood Follie: supplcmcntil siunmer-iun show at the Columbia, Ucw York.

, comedian's legs is out for all time.

' "llaiidiiiig or pawing a woman and making

^ remarks a'l.iiit In-r shape being a liltb bi I.*

: 1 i-ri- and a detour there, etc., or any other re; m.-rk- of any nature concerning woinen'-

foruis are out. "As a matter of fai t lhi> ai tor should have

f'.i iiiiieh ri .-pert f(ir his profession to biiinili-

lie woman of the stage by belittling li'-r

'Iiirty Oolliii' is fjplial of niauy boy* liorn HUil riarrfl on llu- Hast Siilo of New ^or» · ill. wtm laie liieli Rhetl the ailiantiiRen o' IHiliiii- >..|iiMi;in(r ami lulween tiiniH that of 110111 r till air;, ill' ami who Miom r or lati-r f ml Jiliire in amateur roiiti 'ts at nelithlairhood tliiiiiif*. Marty, like many of hi- kiml. Brailliiili-il from the corner conteNia to auiatiur ii kM' at Miner'* Itowery and M.ner'* KiBt.th .Xietiiie ilii-aler' in «inBinB ami dan. Ins. * p* I'll mer.'eil liy lnninB hout' at Imlh tlaatir'. iliiriiii; which he was the recljilent of nutnerou' ITZi-'.
Ills fir»t professional apiH'araoer on the stiBe w.-i' In a iloiiMe aet with Harry Prown at Ti>n.' I'aslor's Theater, uniler the team name (if t'olliu* anil Hrown. ami «o w. II did they put It Oier that Hoy next appeared at IlauiniiT'toln's Vi. iori.i. where they remaioe I for tlsree con'erlllive Weeks.
Marly * ne\t M-nliire wa* In a Mack ft'-e act with `·.''oldic'" Mart n over the I.oew Time and later with Marien Wist, under tlm lilIllnB of Collin* and \Vi «t. in n alnslOB and danrlna net oiir the Keith Time. IM CallaBher then took up 'tiiriy for an act titled "Hattie of MTiaf' tl.i- I 'll". Slnee thi-n Mr. CallaBher has hei ome famuli* a* one of the team of tiallaBle-r and Sl.i an. discard nir ti-e usual pH't me of pi rferiiier* Marty *i« nt hi* leisure moments masicring various musical Inurunil nt'.
The liiirli sipip fi-ier then ct Marty and he Went onto tlie old .\mcrlcan (*iri hit In Maurice J;ii oils' ".lolly i..rls" f,.mpany for a se:i'..i
thi nee Into Jimm e Cooper's "III auty Ili-vm- ' Company ere douhling up with Jack I'lllaril

Jack r Il ird 1' a Kuffalo Isiy, the brother of Tlta I'llhird, and at an early aBc set out t i be an aril't by | aiming ibe |io.|ies of aulomoMlc* and In all I'rohatillify would have eon tinuiil his nrll'lie e'forts alonB f!o»e Iln-' I ad Ills family not moii d to Ni-w York City to keep In dll', r touch w ith Illta. at that time in I.ew K.i'd'' 'how.

r.scortlnR Si'ii-r rila to .a rehearsal one day J.v k was eommandi i-n-d by Mr. Kb-lds to re¬ place one of the mIssinB ehoriis lioy* In the "Jolly r.«e|,i lor-" and he did It sufficiently Will to draw a sal.try every one of the »even iiionll * It r.iii nil Itriiadway. suppli-minted bv an eiilire 'i-a'-.n fidlowins.

T/avlii? till- I Isirii*. .I.iek I ee*me a n al

ailor a- a -iiibuiB .iml d im iiiB Jii'enlle In II irt B A. Si am-ii's "Mon.- ami I'llhird S'niw"

on I III- CoIiiiiiliMi Circuit a* the proli-ce of

S -li-r I'lla rilla'il, and eontiiiii'd as 'in h iind r

the IIiirtlB

Si-iimon haiim-r fur s'vi n y ar-

Whi-ii Slone iinil I'llliird d'elibil to B" f"'' lli-m-ilMs Willi a ".'|one imd I'lllard .simw ' on Iho Vini-rliaii Circuit Itrnllier J.uk wiiil nil iiB ns -iril"hl iiinn and oti one oi-i islen V hi II ye SI rilii- was pr.-'i-nl he siihstHnti d f"^ i.iorBi- Sloiii- in I'le I nmedy role and we pre >1 iiil Hi the lime thal he woiilil make li loiik III -onie fiiliire lime H' n intiiiillan "f nil 111. .lai k riniaini'd wlMi the "Slone and I' 'anl Slii.w" f,.r Iwo season', iilitil <iiirBi Hid lillH ih-i nil d In have liUr|i''i|lie for ol Is r fold Ilf 111 atrii Ills, when Jack doiibli d up w III Marly ( olllns.

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'.ini'thing hi-.tril last si.i'i.ii;

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;--ie .1 e.i.l 111 .ill h" I'l maiiagei-s. |.riii|iii-ii,g

mai.ager* and i .-nipaii.- m-iii.ig'-r-. to m. ' I iii

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JULY 5, 1924

n >·, liKhtiDif rffnts and ctHtutces. Jop

Collins

and Pillard Star Comedians at

the

Columbia

Tfiirlitr iiinl All. n .sp* ih it Tlnn<-.T are ercditeil

wifli f!iP IkkA, but they do not deei-rvp a!« much

·T'-llt for Ihf lioik a- for 111'- prodii.-tion, {··r

llic profliii'tion

far lOiiierlor to flip Ixiok.

llnini!*' .lohnson and >!.b s fCIvcr arp eriditci!

ivi'h flip pitisip and lyries, and flo-y arp to Iip

Joseph Hurtig's "Hollywood Follies" Jubilee
Melange of Clever Comedy, Music

· oniniended for both. I.eon.ird Harper and William Willy Covan arp eredited with the ensembles, and let It be said to their cr"d.t that their numbers liad the di-tlnet;on of beinc picture»<|ue. The Columbia Ibiuipment Company is credited with the likhtins eflects under the personal supervlelon of Meyer Harris, and this

and Melody

in itself lent an additional cnehanfment to the prwlietion.
Tahini; It all m all, this is doubtless one of

\pe York. June 24.--After a snccfesfol run

, V. w .ks r;ed Clark's

Go", summer

, at tlie Columbia Theater, jtave way

l, .1

I Hiirtli:'* `'IMlywood rollie*". which

.

n'o the Columbia yc'tirdjy (or a

 ··II nt.il run. ai.d ll''rlll lieat eni.T can

, .. its . losc ere Hic openins ef the regular

-ang a sentimental number In a sweetly iii'iiliilated voice witli a quirk rhange info .y ciiiiilr liliiPs niiratsT, .lud wa- well rewarled with cODtiniioiia applause.
Scene .'1 wa* a .`ioiifhern colonial house and n garden set for Wni. 'lurphy in l>r i utal < i.stiiine. who renderi d a n'lmlx-r In a resonant

fne laig" t (.·eimpanles ever seen on a burlesftuc

sl.age, and while the show was picturesque in

many aceiies, there was sufficient ·'hokum" ti

satisfy the most crith-al burlea<iuer. for there

was not a slow up or hitch in tbe entire presen¬

tation from Hie first rise at 8:15 to the final

fall of the curtain at 11 pdu.

NELSE-

a, fur .Mr. Ilurtig has given bifc company voice full of nieloily for an en'ure. Eileen

COLLINS AND PILLARD

tion, last and ihorus that pn^assures

much in the prixloctioo and preupnta-

n 1.1 ·- . mnieiid. and but little to crlttclse.

,j j ,,t I ttie rest, with the soH-alled l>ook,

t

11.· ins l.ut little to the rorap.iny. It

,liss gnt some little indication of plot a la

- ,il comedy In which a fend father minus

» il'h :s sei king a son*ln-law with wealth,

a;. I -ecetal Mb'liters trying to marry one of

Si hiificld. siend'r, - v mmi irleal. dd n eontortl'inal dineing specialty that wa* a classic of serpentine gr.icefnlness that almo*t *topped the show. Jjci|ue Wilson reappeared In a modiste ereatioD lead.eg a niimlier with eight girl* In a dan.-e.
I'rima Merle and Ingenue Wilson, followed by Soubret .Mallette, appeared In a song, with the eight Juvenile dancers doing Individual cukewalks. Comic FlHard then introdiieed Conic

t Colli in'.* d from page oO)

Tlicater during the eiirrent season. A re*icw

of the show aiipe.ars in this issue. What these two iimbiHous,

energetic,

tal.-nted boys have ae.ompli'hed i* due to

their co-operative mi thud', fir-t in various

show* ere ttvy came ti gethi r a- a team and

sinee teaming Uii, for 'Iis a conceded fact by

those who know that they are the most co-

r ntiiiilxT off to a g.rl supposed to hurt

w. ·t'h, unt.l the final d* noui m-nt. when their

·r,.liv. la.nl preti-ns ens are exis^sej. But the

|. .-t

. -· s ght of in M-Ti ral neni ' and falls

Collins as I*ri.fi ssor Igti.Mz I'Into, world's worst i-ornetlst, vv l.li'h led up to the prlnetpal* playing ilifT.-reiit mu'!' al instruments in a comedy scene iin l. r tl.e dire tion of ('.miic

ois rative comedians now in burb sijue. They do not stop at co-operating with ea-h other for mutual benefit, but they co-operate with I aeh and every member of the company., in-

to r>'n in se.|ninee: however, any ai>olog.v for a tii-me .' Iii tter Hun none at all ;n leirlesrpie. . · .1 what the presentation lacks ;n theme Is ue re th.i:i made up for bj Collins and IMlIard w 'h the.r .ii.iii and elever eenn dy that evoked
. h laiigliier. and fully merited the continuous ; .i i-e that grei ti .l tin .r every scene. Tie musnal numb.Ts and dancing ensemble :.· ripial to any sei n and beard In Broadway

Collins, making it a jazz band finale bard to folb'W. and the rtuale was held up by the a; p*'aran.'e of Mju:i.e Cain coming down the center aisle at to p m.. helding aloft a tive-foot floral hors* shoe tribute to the company from the HurlPsiine Club.
FA TIT TWO S.-ene 1 was a r- ky « f stage for a stonn m which thunder and 1 gbrnirg played a prominent

eiiLng the chorister*, for the desired re«ults,

and this In itself preassures their future

suiTesa. .\* eomediar* they are in a class by them¬

selves; orig n.-il, inimitable makers of clean and

clever laugh-evoking comedy that fully merit*

the continuou* applause given them by their

d'ligh'ed audiences.

KELSE.

BEDINFS "PEEK-A-BOO" .mil the same is applieahle to ths par: while the entire en-i raMe .appiared m
r.-t.-rs, bojs and g.iK al.kc. individually rainbow mantle*, holding aloft umbrellas with

,. ! . llutively. for s. l.hira has anything be'a gla»* fringe, dripping water, which made a novel · !. 1. bur.es'iue to iiiual them, and if given bai'kgronnd for the vocal scb-ctlon aproi>os of

IS BURLESQUE CLASSIC

·· : g in a Itrna.lwa.i -how they would be Fat Cliff.

. , r.-.l t to ihos«' re'i«iD'.bb fer tlieir selevtion S.-ene 2 was the interior of a moving picture

an I appe.iraDie in "llellj wi«sl F.'ll.es". 1;.: .asi: tiary I'e.l.hs. Jai k I'.llard. Jimmie

studio, with t'om:c Stern, financial backer, try ng out the respective stars, during which

Captivated

Audience

Acclaims

ii.iT'. Marion .Mirb. Ja.-|iie W.U.n. Marie aiil. Shirb y Mallei'e, \ inlet M^i»» e, Ililei n .' lull. .\l btern. Wtn. M irpl.y. Fat Cliff.

'· mic Ci'llir*. Inge! lie Wilson and Comic St-Tii gave `The Pi'sii.ind * Rev"ngi'"
Si-ene i; was a gold drape for Violet M Gee

Summer Show at Gayety Theater Best Ever Brought

!i ·:! Ixnii.'. K.o- 'le and Tr.iii Conking.

n a singing s;..*>ia;ty supplemented by a dancing

Ilf. The ein.rus is not programmed, and -l-ecialty in which she finished with a one-hand

to Boston

r It-' e to Him they should lx. for they ,.irtwi.i~I which went over for continuous

im r t that eons ·!· rjtmn in appre* latlon e' H r i*ersoDality and W 'rk in numb'rs
IHlt 11 W
A.'t tire-->i'i DP 1 wa · an arti't'a studio int ' nh'-h mie tw. ii'y f.nir personally attractive m. 'di I - nil elioiis'iTs n i h .·  ··-Iiim* ', smgtsg ·, armi ny. 'uppletni n'l .1 by eight nattily 1 · I .'.I'lii.lr - n a n-at dan. · Tbe ent.r.  · ·· mbb ttiii went into a drill ihit na«
t' V p. rf. , I
I n.niie Conni ts, a m.ml} appi'Snng stiaigb* S.'S n.tn .1 .ban. d>' n live delivery of lines,
.11. on the stag. -ei k.ng .ssh rley Mallette. · .ii'arrd in the !·· r'.iii of a iw'-fi bs iibret i.isllinie who wa* Hu peT'.'ii ' n'::- l .1.- mine -, and her p« r-.n. H
. ..' Ill'I was inli.vn. iil bv her Vim al site an.I · _· ah ' ty. Heiiig enceri-.l OP her first -lie ri app. ari d .e ..iiipanied by fh*
· gh* da'ii'ing Jiiviiiih's Tills number cmill live hi.hl the stage tDilef1nit.lv had It been
I' sn tt.d to do -o. for tin- applaUM wa- cenI 11. s.
stra gill tenners then calh d for Collins an.I I' ".1. stars ef tli.-  a«l, who were given an ' ·"'  on their apiw ar.in. e. Colliny u-ed a
-1 '. al makeup, while I'lllard worked with · · 'n fa.e. Piry wirvi followed by the ptiiuipals. Mar.on Merle, a slender
I · S'. ' III..1 prlm.i d..nn.i. Jaispie Wilson, n '--pe. ''lai k-lialri'il Ingenne. and Marie
" S'l .1 pi'ilie iMil.l.e.l hrnni t s.vnbrvl. fivr a I .' 1...tween principals that iii.l .'ateil a plot. ·1 'g w I. . h theie were inf* rs|.i'rsed song num*
I II . ir respicllve liirii' for eneores.

applau'C. s.-enc 4 wa- an elabv'rate cabaret set with
all of the while memliers of the company seated .if lahh * b« ing enter'a ned by Pewey Wineg'.iv^H's Coli-r-d Revue, with ".tmeeica's GreatI si Colon il Rlucs Singer". Gi r'rude Saunders. Tills revue was .staged by l>eonaril Harper.
Til's IS w fhoiit a doubt one ef the ela-siest . ·"! or..«'' /at . n- of - ng.ng and d.ancing sl'ei'iallst' Hat wc have ever -een in one griup · .f H.;- kind, and thi« i* especially applluble to Hie Singers, who have masten'd the art of sWf.etly modulated, resonant delivery of lyries vi'l. re.H melody. Considering the fact that c..'l.iis and F llard are the star* of this comI'l'iy. .and hold the renter of the stage in 111. ir every seme, they evidenced no inclination to hog it. blit gave ever.vone .ample orportnnlt,» to .F'fingii'h ilicmselvrs in their respective S'l'es. and let it he -aid to tbe credit of each and everyone in the east that they did so In .a 'ulentid manner.
With all due respeet to the entire c.asl. ind.v idii.ally and eollectively. as comedy milkers. v.N'i:,-is ami darners, they could not huve gone over in the m.anner in whleh they did had it I.I Wen for the chorus of twenty-four girl* ·iiitl eight Isiys. vieserving credit (or Hielr tH'rs..n.iIlty, ix'P and vcrsatilily. The girls ehaiigi'il their entire costume. Including sicks .mil *|tpi>er`, for each ami every n imlM-t. .a id this 1* also applicable to the eight Jnv.niles in their ch.inge of attire. Seldom have we seen a more isTsonnlly attrnctive ensemble of feminines .in.t m.anly niiis. nline-

Boston. June I".'.--It Is not an exaggeration to call .lean Bedlni's "Peek-a-Boo" a genuine burlesque classic. Tbe enthusiastic packed house that attended the opening performance at the Gayety Theater last night n vdily pro¬ nounced it such. Indulgently overlooking firstnight irregularities, and captivated b.v the splendor of tlie setting* and co'iume-*. the d.ancing of the .Tazz-a-Ganza Girls, the antics of the com.dian-. the novelty numbers, the singing, the band m i-ic and the truly artistic touch that characterized everything from be¬ ginning to end, tbe audience acclaimed the production by far the best piece of burlesque en*ertjinmi n» ever brought to this town. Bedlnt. in a brief citrtaiu fpeecb. gracefully accepted the rompliment.
Alt ho the troupe of eigbteeu London musichall girls i* a Mg feature of tbe show, it is the font ensemble, rather than any single element, that makes "Pcek-a-Boo" a crackerjack affair. ENrery artiste is accompltshed and capahle, .-«* well as favorably cast. The comics spread eontinuoii* laughter with case, the singers render their numbers in pleasantly modulated style, the ensemble dancing ha* seldom had its equal in hiirli-sine, the various skits are iiniisiiatly intorestiiig and entertaining, the music thruoiit is of excellent «|uulity, the stage prcsvnits an attractive upivearance at all times .and there is evi-n somciiiing of a con¬ tinuity that holds the scene* together nicely. \lHVHt the only thing left wanting was a little m'vre solo dancing and pcrliap* a few additional song numbers.

'a .l i.- Wilson m a song niinil» r was an optic-

Ji«e Ilurtig .as proiluivr des. rve- mmh cre.l.i

.\fter 11 few Introductory remarks by Rcdini

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by Kd Qitiuli y and tirl-* and N. llie Nd'on and

cirls, a huappy daiKc >p' rialiy l y tlie eb-ver

IrvinR SlM-lton. ""ine ii.m-ily movini; pi'fiire

takini: and a niaaic stunt by .1'.in !!· dial,

Harry Lander and Willie laind' r. tl.U trio also

< reafinK a furore with tli. ir imif. tion of a

eamel, and a ja/z wecMini; with Aaiies Heniii-

ney as the bride. Harry I^anibr a' the tiiinieler

and llurnld Stern's Land fnrui'lnni: tie- music,

For the second wene. in front of i biantiful

drop. Jean White did two co<sl imie-r'on.itiMns,

one of Gilda Gray and the otlier of I'at Itooney.

Next eame the Louise Fountain Lim'h: .\rf

I'alntinsts. Harry Land'-r. actint: as leetnn-r. introduced each exhibit with a d* tail-d des4 rip-

tion, but upon drawins the curtains that con-

realed the big frame a totally ililT.-rent .-tihject

wa* revealed. The efiffeet «as highly amasing.

and so wa* Lander's lino of talk.

A pleasing song nnnilsr by Agn-'s Ih-mpsey

followed, and then came a skit, ·'Over the

Telephone ', involving Jean White and Harry

Lander as the sixakers and W.:iie L..nd*'r as

a butler. I'nlike a great in.my td. phone skit*,

this one w.is full of go. il coiix ily material and

proved a riot. The sixth scene hrmight in a Ini' k dance liy

the J.tzz-a-Ganza Girls, several of whom were

given a chance to display their individual

ability. One thing about fl'i-e girl* is that

they work seriously and in earnest. Then- is

no listless stepping, no Ix.-red gazing and no

tarele-sness with them. Firfect teninwork i*

demon-trated in their cleverly conceived group

numbers, and in addition these Lumdon maids

are not at all bad to look at.

very realistic wliarf scene wa* next ex¬

hibited, with Willie Lander and Tommy Gordon

as a couple of longshorenen. William Carola as

a sweet-voiced singer, Anthony Frislillo as a

saxophone play.-r. H .p-y Lander a* an old sen

captain, Ed Quigh-y as a Chinaman, Agnes

Dempsey as the vvoiiii.n. Nellie XeI«on as the

kid and Harry Petir-oii as the man from

nowhere. A hit of inlen -ting drams was

enacted here.

.Some entertaining hokum by Tom Gordon and

Mark Germain followed, .and then an elegantly stageil patriotic laMean cli-ed the first act.

Harold Stein's Band supplemented the Gayety

Theater Orchestra in the overture to Act IL

Tbe Blue Danube Dance, a most enchanting

numtxr, oi»'ned the sei-ond half. A tree in full

hles-oin and set ofT by an appropriate back¬

ground stiHxl in the is-nter of the stage and

the girls tripped lightly around It as tho

floating in air. Dorine t.lover, an exceptionally

charming and accomplisl.i <1 toe dancer, did a

s'P«'cialt.v. It vvas an artistic achievement.

·'Such Is Life, in Six FroverhV, proved to

lie a series of what might lx- called jokes acted

out. Ridini recited the in'riMliietory detail*

while the settings wire Ix'irg .irranged an-l

then Hie ' ki.'k-" w .-te pr. <· nied by a- tlon.

The id' a made a hit, hnt sonic of the Joke*

were so familiar that the aiidonee got the 'kick" before it was deliver-d.

tuneful - ng about K..ineo and Juliet, sung

by Agnes D* rapsey and N'ellle Nelson, with tb'-

assistance of the chorus, wa* highly enjoyed,

and a little nonsense by the Lander Brother*

and Harry Peterson al-o elicited mia-h appiJ

elation.

]

.\gain the Jazz ii-Ganz.i Girls dr* w praise aM

applause in their Black and White Hussar*

drill numb- r. The i-ostiimes worn in thi* spe-

ii.ilty are blai k n the front and white in the

back, or vice v. r'.s. making it imssible to effect

many intercsiing t.Tnialions.

Another comedy lot vvas contaiixd in scene

flftei'D, the rnllman Limit* d. Eil ijuigley,

Toinrav Gordon. Harrv Igimh r. Marry Peterson, .lean White. Agn* s Hi mi>s<-y and J. an BedinI

partlcipat.'d <n thi* frolic, which includes some

new l*ullm.in-car cviracdy material with many

langhs. Girls of tlie Old Brigade, led by Jean While,

wa* an amusing travesty, and Bose in Bloom,

with Dorine Glover as the ro-.' and Harry

Peterson as the singer, vvas anuther artistic

treat.

Tbe eighteenth and last scene represented a

circu* lot. A song l-y .Nellie Nelson and girl*,

some trampoline acrobatics by Gordon and

Germain, a few sclistions by Harold Stem's

.Tazx Kings and a song by Harry Peterson

comprised the specialties, winding up with a

colorful finale.

Variety, ingenuity and life alaemd thntoiit the show. There arc no dull moment' and the interest of the aiuiiciice to ver gels a clianiv to lag. The smix'tli aii.l effective work of the comic*. 'Tom Gor.l n, Mark Germain and Harry and Willie laiUihT, di'crve* liighest praise, while Harry I'eter'.n and I'd tj aichy are distiuit assets to H.c shew. Jean Wiiite. .\giie* Dempsey. Nellie Nelson and INvrine (Dover, all

tPuntiniicd on page lOAi

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JULY 5, 1924

KIKTT-SEi'OND STREET THBATEIt, YORK
Commencing Mondu.v Evening, June 23, A. J. Malby Presents

THE NEW PLAYS ON BROADWAY

lutu till- I'ark Tlii-nter and saxv "Tin- tiardi ii of I'uradise", a alaixv xxliicli xxas ii b.id failup-. blit which first revealed to .New York the xvonderful ~ci-iile art of .loset I'rlian. It apparcntly liit Ziegteld liurd for lie engaged

"TRY IT WITH ALICE"

I'rlian lo do the next ·I'nllles". It was Waiter .Ki-ii!i> III Lawion ·S auii.il wide li li.i- lo do wilb his private life. siiperldy beautiful and Zi-g(e|d, not li.iving ,xet

A Farce Comedy of tlie Future

Tile Hill.Vivienpe O-beriie .All ot ns, sc oniidrt is iiid sainls, want lUir lost Ids fiinii.v Isine. onildind it xvlHi tin- (om-

Bj Allen I^ib»T

ACT 1--.Si-eiie--l.iluuiy in Bichard lla.-kell's Icgislalois to b.c · rc.i.c c table people *. We i-dy of tin- old "Fnllles" and made a gorgeous

THE CAST
Billy Kirkwood.Teddy tiilisou Sain Asliton.Uenedit MaeQiiarrie

I'ouiilrv House. Nigbt.

.ACT II--.S.-I lie 1--The : .irae. The ii.-\t d.iv.

Sene

A Ke'tacrunt. .An lioui later. Sci iic

--The s.-iinc as S. cue 1. .M-di :gilt.

;ci,c a- c rile 1 to ti c iu as women ate to tbe frail oiic-s in ilii ir own - \. If llicy are uot so. AuU o'lr II pic sc iif.iiiic s luiisl be extra dean If.

Hiid sntisfxlug enierlainnieiil of it. Tliul xxuh the iM-rfect stale. .After a while M-enIc i|e.-ora¬ tion, feminine pidchritndc and eostiim--s ran

Harry Mattox.W. L. Tliorne Jack Carlton.Manriee Brlerre
I!ev. Applegate.Jack Wat'<on Ali<-e Mattox..Joan Storm

Ai'f Ill -Tbc same a> .\cl I. A lew mi;ii.t--s later.
Hiila-rt OslHirnc bus worked out a new tw'.st

I c-s.cic - lic-ing oiir rcprcsc-iilaliM S, they aro pi igr--sixes .|s well.
So Mr. Bo.xle makes sin li a man Ids hero.

iixvjy xxith the show and It iias-ed Into its slate of dci adence. .Noxv with I'rban out. Ilndls)ilay cut doxxn and a pitifully -mall amount

MaN`1 llamifton.

Beatrice Maude

Betty Carlton.I.ipette Park>r

Staged by Claude E. Are,her

ACT 1---Sam's Bachelor Apartment. Five p in.

to mcliHliama in "Tbe Blue Baudatnia ". He has made bis bero the twin, as to liaiks. wilb a noted burglar, and wli.it with di-sippcaraiu cs

He fills ill line with a Idgli-dass female lob¬ byist ill AA'asIdiigtoii, who, callous to all other nun. responds to Id- alTcclioiis. She has a

of comi-ily, the "Follb-s"  an Is- said lo liaxe reached the loxxest el'li of Its long eur--er.
Tin' most glaring fault of tin- i urr- nt "Fol¬

ACT II--Same. Eleven p.m.

of one of tliem and Hie rea|>pcaran<-<'s of tlie "p.ast'', siio'i'xsfiilly (ranctaled up to now, hut lies'* Is Its Lick of i-omedy. Exen Will Rogers,

ACT III--Same. Midnight. TIME--In the future. PLACE--.Any old place.
Prenii-ed upon an hyiHithetieal twenty-fourlli amendment to the Constitution of the Cnited States which compels all nun between the ages of twenty-five and forty-five to marry, whether they feel so disposed or not. "Try It With

otber and an ingenins plot, be lias contrived a real novelty.
It is unfortunate tbat this good bit of writ¬ ing should suiter iu the easting. If I mistake not there are m.iny laugh possibilities in tbe lines and tbe action, but few of them are realized. This is mainly tlie fault of Sidney Blackmer. who plays tbe dual nde. Mr. BIa« k-

threatening to break loose at any time. That moment ti«`ems to havi* arrlvi-d, for d crook who knows her of oM comnn-ncesi to hlackmail her. Courageously sin- tell' her lover tbe whole story. Ho'v stn- xxas fore**d iuto proslilulion aud N-c-ame the kceiier of a lupanar iu New Orleans and her tiu.il break with tliat life, when, rescuing an inno*-ent girl from a pro¬

perhaps our wltlb-'t moindoglst. is getting less ilinn lilti usual sbais- of the laughs. The most (oiislstent laugh-getter is I.uptno laine, an ex¬ traordinary dancer, a dellglitfnl singer of s (<imie song and an miciuoiis coni-'dian. Mr. I.jtic has one real i-liance at tin- audlem-c la a comedy sketch and lie makes <|uile the most I'f It. Thru his efforts It liecame tin- only

Alice" moves thru its three acta to the fin-il mcr is tbe featured member of the eompan.v curer, she shot 1dm. H(*r lovi'r it* still wTlIiiig iiii-moraMe luugidiig s|H>t in the whole show.

curtain in much the same manner as a burlesipie and on his shoulders rest the responsibility of to marr.v In-r. but she, fe.arlng to ruin his

It strikes me that Zlegfeld has lost his sens-

show, with a series of illogical, yet mildly putting over the show. He has not enoiigli future, resolves to commit suicide. He (ire- for comedy. It may be that In- atarta rehearsals

amusing, episodes and situations, caleulated to artistic strength to do it. He has little sense vents her just .-js she is about to take iioison. xxith genuinely gisnl comedy m.sterlal and

Ih' risuue forming its only reason for Ix-ing a of p.iee and is dolefully monotonous as a reader.

From this synopsis perbai»s you are iiii-liin*il tbroxvs It out Is-forx- an audience sees It. It

play, if such it may be termed. It Is pro- Instead of a sharp difTcrciitiaMon hcfwe*n the to sav. ".Apidcsiiuci-;*' I'l rliaps I would «ay often happ-'Us that a comedy skit will have

grumiued as a "farce comedy of the future", two eliaracters in everything but looks, be <-on- so myself under tin' circumstances. But 1 the entire company rolling off tho eliilra during

and as theatrical entertainment is "fair to tents litmsf.If with only altering bis voice to li.ivc s.-.-n tin- play and thru Mr. Bo.xlc's the first week of rehearsals. The second week

middlin' ", but there is doubt whether its life mark the differeiue in Hie two eharaiTirs. carin-st xxriiiiig and the cast's ccpially c irn--~t It Is not so funny. Tbe third week It Is bore-

will be much longer than would be the life of IVrsonally I was a bit puzzled at times to playing. I l- ll .xou. it is a In'licv iblc. Interest, some and the fourth week It Is In the *'^arage''.

such ar. amendment as the twenty-fourth, were know wliieb was suppo-ed lo be wliii-h.

ing and frccpn-ntl.v thrilling drama.

.Many a tomedy scene has b»-en kllb-d by that

a law of its nature in existence.

Tlie rest of the company were much ladter.

.\ lot of crulit f..r tills must go to B.-atrlce pris'css b<'(on- an andlence saw It and It may

The author, Allen I>-ll«-r. wIkj Is the brother Vivienne OsKune, playing a girl luirglar. tho Terry and Fclxv.ird .ArncUI. who are tbe hcroiux- be that something like that happens Id tbe

of Kriig I.elber, the noted actor, has attempted to be considerably shoi-king in the writing of this, his fir>t Broadway play. He has suc¬

one from a laudatory motive as it turns out, wis excellent. Charles Hammond, as an unsus¬ pected crook, played tip to the part with enough

and In-ro cf tin- prin-e.-iLngs. It was Miss Ti-rry who gave 'u. b a r.-mark.ible performance earlier iu tin- «c.isoii in ' Cldldrco of the Moon",

"Follies**. If so, if slionld slop, for If any shoxT is In need of lively scenes thta "Fol¬ lies" is.

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ceeded to a degree, and it might be suggested here and now, in consequence of some of the vulgarity in "Try It With Alice", that in case there is still room for more amendments to the Constitution one might be for the prohibition of plays which wallow in smut.
The action of Leiber's opus does not take place in a bedroom, and thus does not follow out the too often practlctsl theory that a farce is not a farce without swh a setting. Its locale is the bachelor quarters of Sara Ashton, who lb still happy in his celibacy, but whose fate will be the hoosegow provided he hasn't walked to the altar "by midnight". According to the twenty-fourth amendment, a draft Intard with a reserve of unshackled women will see to it that all men who haven't married by that time are conscripted into connubial warfare and wives selected for them.
The complications begin after Billy Kirk¬ wood. Sum's pal, in a frantic cudgeling of the brain for some avenue of escape from the dreaded marriage law. hits upon the plan of masipierading as a womin. He does a Julian Eltinge, dressing up in a costume which he bad disported himself in years back while assuming the role of a lassie in a college play. A clergyman is called in. and Billy and Sam, to all apiioarani es, get hooked up as man and wife,

realism to render the audience wholly unsiispei-t as to his true character until the dcnoncmeut. Bug.tn, an Irish servant, was well handled b.y Charles Kennedy, and smaller parts were made the most cf by Bay Collins, Roy Walling. Gustave Kollaiul. Jobn Ray, John Roberts and Kenneth Lawton.
The stor.v of the play. wTiicli has to do with the theft of some valuable pi-arls, is interesting and made rather plau'ilde. The settings lare everytllillg they sliould be. Ill fact there is noHiing whatever tlic matter with the staging or tlie writing of the play. There is a grave discrepancy between the planning cf the princip.il cli.iracli r and it< exeetiHcn by Mr. Placknier unle-s I am greatly mi'tukc n. The sle w will stand or fall by bis interpretation, as it would for any otlnr actor who c-sayed tlie part. Tbe phty is noticing without this dual role; it is the be-ail and r-ud-al! of the show. To my way of thinking Mr. Blackmer do« s not begin to realize its possibilities, and, as a c'onsequence, the play is ratlier tame entertainment.
A novel melodrama, hurt by mis¬ casting of tbe principal role.
GORDON WHYTE.

and XXIdle Iwr oiiiiortuniii-'s are not so great in "H r Wit Out" she gixes a truly beautiful reading ot the part. 1 liiixe s.-en f- 'v actresses so completely mistress of tlicir art. Miss Terry se<`ms to be continually in tbat balanced state of emotion, which, profxerly nnd-'r control, dis¬ tinguishes fine aeting. She pla.vs with the emotions as Ros.-uthal does with the keyboard of bis piano. There is the same flexibility of nttcrame, the same rxin»ciou» (irdcring of it. tbe same exqui.slte control. I wish there were more actresses who kn> w their craft quite so xxell as Miss Terry.
Mr. .Arnold Is al-o a good craftsman. Wln-n .xoti see a big, good-looking leading man you g-ucrally look for an affected one aa xvelL Not so here. Mr. .Arnobl Is a slm-ere. Intel¬ ligent, convincing actor and played his part lu a thoroly excellent manii-r.

Then, too, Ertan l» missed. Hit atrlking x-olors were just what this show neoda. The s<-encry and costumes, xirhlle tasteful, are not e.xc-filling. On the other hand. I liked tinstaging of Julian Alltch--Il, which haa an air of gentility and quiet elegance which la <itlite charming.
Add Pennington Is again with the abow and is as piquantly graceful as ex-er; A'lvlenne Segal, with the best voice In mnsical comedy, is given a ni.mtx-r or two and sings them beau¬ tifully; Irving Fi-ber it the principal male singer and a good one; Tom Is-wit amua--<f with bis mixed monolog; the Kelo Brotherstopped the show dead with a remarkable dance; the Tllb-r Girls are as amazingly won¬ derful danctrs as ever. The music la about X'll an even b-vel of exeelleiice, with two oulatanding niirats-rs. "Blmlny** and ".Adoring

A faithful Impersonation of a p<ditlcal boss Y'ou'*. A'Ictor Herbert, having passcxl Into the

was given by I'nrnel I'rjtt; Maud Durand was Great Bevonil. la discovered to be a gr--at

very good as a Negro servant; Daisy .Atliertoii com|H>ser aud a tribute Is paid to bis memory

pla.vcd a secretary and did It well; Josephine with revivals of some of hia big song bita.

Royle was entirely real as the rescued girl, and There Is no novelty in tbe show, the beat num¬

Stanley Ridges played her husband In a com¬ ber being one in which tbe ultra-vlolel light

petent m.inner. A word should be said for is lup-d for a luminous effect. This was new

Rudolph Cameron, who. tho on for a fexv mo¬ three years ago. Zlegfeld haa rommitted a

ments only, registered a fine Impression In a mistake be has carefully avoided in all the

thus evading the exactions of the twenty-fourth

GAIETY THEATER. NEW YORK

drunk role, and for Edonard Diirunil. also on years he has slioxxn living pictures. He ba«

J amendment.

Beginning Monday Evening, June 23, 1921

for only a minulo or txxo. as an Italian Ills niid--s moxe. In fact, be goes so far as

t

This works splendidly, but entangles both

j Sam and bis wife, Beatrice (Billy), in a num-

Iwr of ticklish si^-tiation-^, which run the gamut

, of embarrassment to all concerned.

I ;

A good deal of comedy is supplied by the

THE ASSOCI.VTED PLATERS Present
"HER WAY OUT"
.A New liratua

panderer. Giber parts wi re well done by Grace
Berkins, Henry .Alortiiiicr, Frederick Burton, Jay Wilaon, Fn-d Manatt and Il--b.art Caranaugb.
A well-written drama; splendidly played, GORDON WHYTE.

to bring ilirte figures right out of tba frame to do a dance In front of II.
Taken all in all, thx- "Follies** is a big disapixointment. I know that Zlegfeld is one to stick with Ills sliow and whip It Into abapx-

character of Harry Mattox, who alone shares

By Edwin Milton Kuyle

It may be another story In four weeks. Juat

^ the secret of the "marriage". His wife, Alice,

(Author of "The Stptaw Man")

at present it Is somexvhat aliy of tbc beauty

takes the "to-all-outward-api>earance" Beatrice

St.iged by Waller Wilson

NEW* AMSTERDAM THEATER. NEW YORK he has led us to exp.-.-t in Hits show and It

a little too far into her lonfidence, with the remit that when she invites Beatrice to try on some new lingerie Harry verges on the point of committing murder.
Any number of similar situations mark the

Characters in Gnl -i of Their ,Api>earance
Hilda Washburn.Daisy Atherton Lain .Maud Durand Miss Lamer.ilrace I'crkiiis Hanniln'.I Willlaiii'.I'uinel Pratt Colonel .Aloii/aj Burk.Ib-nry Mortimer

Beginning Tm-sday Evening, June 24. 1924 KLORENZ ZIEGFELI) Bresents tbe
"ZIEGFELD FOLLIES"

Is tbe mistt mifiiiioy of the M-rles. Ills aiidiencea are bursting lo laugh and find nothing to laugh a*; they bsik for a lavish display of color and fabrics and only get it once or twice. Again, I repeal, tin- "Follies** Is in a state of

texture of the farce. Some of the comedy is downright trite, some of it truly funny, but it is really not ver.v entertaining, nor is it. on the other band, ver.v iiiitating. to sit thru u

.Airs. Hamilton iDc Iphnic, Tbc resi.). . Bi'itrii-c Terry
Senator Daniel Norim--. .EcBvard .ArimM Sc.iuiter CordwiMsl.Frederick Biirtun .Manny ..Iiiv \Ails<iii

Glorifying the American Girl
tstag-'d by Julian Mitcliell Dialog by William .Aiitliouy McGuin- and Will
Rogers, l.yrles by Gene Bm-k and Joseph

de<-adcn<'e. It Is on Hie doxxngrade. Better tbe primitive than this. If Zlegfeld cannot again combine the beauty with the fun he might belter go baeg tq where he started ami

play in which a eliar.ict<-r passes as a total stranger before liis closest friends meiely by the aid of a pseudo-feminine voice, a blond

Sidne.v Carfax. St.iiiley Uidgi-s -Alls. Sidney Carfax.bc^c ulniic Ibivi.. I'n-d, a I'olicciiiaii.Tn-d Ylanalt ILil .Budolpli Canic ridi

J. McCartliy Music by Victor HerlK'rt, Raxmond Hiihliell. Dave StaraiMT, Harry Tierney and Dr. Alls-rt

give US a "Follies'* of the Ijim- of hit 1907 show. Tht-re xvas no scarcity of laughs there. In the "Folllrs of 1921" they an- as rare as

wig and some feminine habiliment.

Sciliro .Ld'iuuid Diir.iiid

Szirmai

a "No Smoking*' sign lu a cigar store. He

Teddy tlib-on. doing the duo role, makes the play fairly palatable stuff, however, altho Ills impi-rsonat'on of "Beatrice" is far from con¬ vincing. The other members of the east like-

E.stb .Holiart Cavanaugh
ACT I.--A lllirary and ri c-i-pl!on room In Mrs. Hiiiiiiltou's borne In AA'usl.inglon, D. C. .Night.
-ACT II.--Same as .\i-t 1. S. veral days later, about 7) o'cloc k ill He- afleriioon.

Tableaux Dcvis<-d and Hfaged try lb n .All Iluggln Gplie-tru I'udcr Ditcellon of A'iclor B.iravelle
I'RINril'.ALS--AA'ill Rog--rs. .Ann I'cimington, I.-qiiiio L.ine. \'lxi<-nnc Si-gal. Irving Fislier,

will find there is m->re kudos In a funny abow than In all the K-enery. girls and fabrics be can lliroxv together. If lie doubts this let him reread tin- notices of *'1*11 Bay She Is**.

wiso (lid exceptionally' well, considering the

-ACT III.--A rcc-opiion room in a bouse iu Fvi-lxii I.ixv. AlarMiii lairlM-r, Gloria Dawn. Mae

The latest and worst ef the `'Follies'*.

i loiridity of the theater, the like of which it New Orb-aus. Night. .ACT lA'.--Siiiie as .Act I. and !1.
is safe to ssy DO Other Broadwa.v playhouse

D.ixv, Brandon 'I'xnun, Toni la-wis. I'lill ICyley, Tilier Girls, Empire Girl'. George Olsi-n ami bis orelH-ir.i umi oHiers.

GORDON WHYTE.

ainuoadics.

ROY CHAETIER.

I siqqxise the wiscac-res will be for calling

"Her Way Out" an old-fusliiuned play. This

Exery art iniss-s iliru tliri-i- slugea in its

because it is a straiglitforwuid telling of tbe evolution. It is first iiianifesicil In j primitlx-

WHAT THE NEW YORK

\ .V.MIEBBILT THEATER, NEW YORK

woman who has made a "iiii'take" in the past, htatc from xxliicli it rl-es to Its bigliest iillch its ri-ing ag-iiii to plaginc her when she has of perfection, from xvlilcb it pa-ses thru a slate

CRITICS SAY

Beginning Monday livening, June 23, 1021

fallen iu love with a line man and her deter¬ of (b-i ad- tice. In the )irimilive -late tliere will

"THE BLUE BANDANNA"
-V Mebidramatii- Comedy

mination to remmuc e him li<ccau-e of It. That siliiation iiaa lu-cii iisi'd many times in
the past and doubtless will he iisc-ii maiiy more

often la- found .a true beauty, a te-.iiity groping its xx.iy, a little stiff, but free from sopblHlIration; the perfect slule sin-aks for itself, beauty

"The Blue Bandanna" (Vanderbilt Theater)

By Hubert O'ltorne

times in the future. .And wliv shoiildiTt it In-if alxx.iy.s lie-, lliere; tlie stale of decadence only

TIMES: "Tlie many iiieliMlruinntlc niumcnis

- vMlb --

·After all llii-rc are few basic- situ itioiis and I'urely jiclds iH-atity. I Ids fact la so eaally are ezeelleni aud the e(|iiiilly nimieruiis mn-

W SIDNEY BLACKMER

tliis is ope- of Hie be-t. .A di.ciiiati-t must iiave d--iiioiistralili- tliat I will Is lalsir It Do more; mi'Ula of diilliicHK have a way of allowing Ibeiiisonp-tliiug lo woi k w illi anc| In- cannot lie I Mc-;i-ly lit*- it Is'c.iiisc I lii-Iicve tlic "Zlegfeld selxes to In- (orgutli-u In the iLinior of i-DsiilDg

staged i.y ciiiToid Brooke

biano-d if lie pick- goinl iii.iii rial. .After all Folio--" is a lixing xvltmss to Its truth.

action."

'Liii.ig.-m.-nt. Cluiries I, Waguer

Ilichaid H.i-kell. .. .lim" iK-li-no....

iHjj-kiii'-r

..Ba.v · "11.1.j'enmngtori .Cl.arles H.imiiioiid i>>i)(an .rharl* w
Burke .Roy Walling
Maltre D'Uotcl.Gustave Bolland I'oliceman .Jobn Kay

it is not so linn li wliat le- writes al">iil as tinway in* wiiti- wl-itli c-o'.c.i . *i`o nn way of ticiiiking Aai licyli- I,,14 wi.itcp Well
I c.r one tli.ng li - tiis liiiagiiic il Id. siinalion in a circ le of life wl.ic li m extn-iin-ly v.i-ll  Iili-iil.ited to -Mpns-ze all tin- Juice out of It. Tlie slutf-sniun Is atiove all men tbe one who

liigl.tci-ii jc.irs ago Zicgfcid conjured up the le st id-.1 for liglit luiisii-al enlerlaiiini--iit Hiat l< d iiopieil out siiii, ilic Gllli<-rt and Hiillivaii opei.is. He siaileii In a small wa.r to d--xel<>|t it. Tills XX .IS tile priinitire sl.ite wln-n tin"KollleH'* Iniil .1 In-aiity and .i worth Hint mndi.Nexv York talk long and loud. Tlila contiDued

AVORI.D: "Just 11 fulr-to middling trick roeliidruma aiiliiiiiti-d by an eici-llent performance on Hie p tri of Hie slur." ll- yivoiHl Broun.
TRIBI NE. ".A daffy little melislriima af¬ flicted xxitli IniIIi ineiilnl and pbysb al ailments " -- I'en-y Iliimmond.
HI*N; "It plays like a movie sod no doubt la

Another Pol'c-emas.Jobn Uoberta cannot buffet a storm of acaudal; that is, until Ziegfeid, in an idle momeDt, wundeted

(ContlDued on page 33)

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. ri timJ

ti>tn.r.'. .N. C.. In tioorotn*.

Kr.nV Viii ·ilTlM'K that hr hna thr tleorgl* II,[.(.y fiMir at thr Mrnllc Hotrl, he Zoutp, II. ly iv.t.

(Communications to Our New York Offices) A NOVEL OF THE CIRCUS

EBY'S CORNET METHOD

No-prcssure lyitrm. Leysonj oo hreathlii*. tooKum:.

ihirring, hizb tia.ea. Up trill*, transposition, truni*

prime, daily drill and 35 o'her subjetts. iSiIly ii-

luatritpd.

_

"Adoptine it eiclusiTely."--HT LAJIMERS. Sousa'a

400 Band.

PAGES.

PRICE. SS.OO.

.I,>r M Known, wrltlni: from Flint. Mich., ffti. rp hN romWnath.n l» playing W. S. llutterti' Id a (Kirili n Tli* at* r. aiiya tbp boys are liookrd wvin day* a "·.k.
l! iy Ca'.il hiia r- plH<s d S'd St, in .t« dim tor ,if Sjd StPin'a RtatP Strrpt Ithythm Kings.

CrnriY or TMK IVIIITK tops, l.y K.\KI- CTI.VPI.N M.W. Publl-dird by D. Applpton A Conip.iii', o.'i Wo.t SJn<l stroot. N-w York City. sl.T.'i.
T InMo sMiiotlmos wmi-Iotod wh.* iiovolists w-ro rot mon- .nttra- t- l to tli" oiroiis th.in tho.V aro. It sums to nn- if 1- a tloid for plot and ··har.i-tor that i-.iirM I-- till-d inmh nioro ofton than it li.is Is-, n. Itni ll orp roinaiii' tlo- fii< » that fiw nov- Iist- know aiirtliing about tlio f-ir-'iis f..,in Iho insldo ami It 1* porilo-i. for any wrltor to w-ito nt-out that which ho knows not.
That ais'UviitloD oould m-t ho hnriod at EARL CHAPIIf MAY, Ho knows the <ir..iTs Insldo

EBY'S SAXOPHONE METHOD

Covers the pn'Ire field of playing. 41 lessoDA Com¬ plete ir.structlo: s.
·'A flue book.''--CLAY F'ilTTH.

PART I. 151 PAGES. PART 2. 193 PAGES.

PRICE. $1.50. PRICE. $2.75.

COMPLETE BOOK. 344 PAGES. PRICE. $4.00.

.>;trln will n-tnrn to t'liUak'n to orKanIzp hla new rrrnp. `·IVarhea and t'nani'*.
OMy Itrown and Hla Traiwwddlun- arp playinc at tliP BayTli'W Casino. Flatlmda B.iy, N. T.. for thp sumnirr. They ari-: 0. C.

and out and It Is safo to -.ir that wh-s-vor r- .ids CUDDY OF THE WHITE TOPS will got n bottor Insight Into tho -ir-'iis giino tl.-ii an.vthing short of travollug with a show could giro him.
Tho story MR. MAY lilis Is of j young man. atsuit to gr-idtia'-r from colb-gp, who has h*-on I'd to oxpcct a snhstan'i.il fortnno ni>on his coming of ago. M'hen l-N fatli-r'y will is road to him ho finds tl,at il.is --on-orvatlvo t-ankor loss sunk tin- bulk of l.is fortune in a I tr-'ua. Tho inv-'stmont amounts to alsmt XlaO.iHiO an-l If Cti-ldy pip-'- ts to got anything for it ho must protoct If.

ARBAN METHOD-BASS CLEF
Fi>r Tr-rmbone ai.d Bititw e Piayera. KudimenH, In¬ structions. < harts *nd sil of tbe celebrated Arhae F^xerclje*. s-.udiei and Solo*. Poiltluna markAtl tbrougbout tbe b-wk.

Brown, playing piano. ··hM trio Ndl* and rhlmoa;

Tho voiing man Joins tin- show, finds it 1* losing mnnoy and start* to put it on its fePt.

236 PAGES.

PRICE. $4.00.

T. r. itllpln. lainjo; John Mm lam. saxophono*: Harrry fish, violin, and Torry Balton. traps.

Tlip first thing ho d-s-s is to dr vp tho griftors out, sonslng that th* y aro not only dofrimenfal to tho show', roptituth-n. 1-nt Imv,- a 1 i il Infiu-'n- o on thP p« rf-irman-e H'·-If. H-ls oh-crvatioii stamps him as a tru-- showman In C.o oy*-s of tho di'ooruing .-u-l events prove that he is.

LESSONS ON TIME

ThP Crystal I...ko iMl h.) Ik-volopmont Com¬

Ho l« al-lo to w--afh.r o't l .i l husiuo-s. a 11-iwdown and snc*s-s.fully match w'ts with the Dr.ailed instrn.tioiis and 110 viiecially prepared el-

grlfi*-rs.

liaicl.T h.d with hi* fist*, w'.-n-vor ho g'-ls ln»o a sitnathm which will not allow et. i*ex for drilling titiie Into the itstem. Adapted

pany haa wound Stour's Kntrrtalaors for thr of in--ro |»'u<cful r-modlos ho piin-hos wlillo tho pim- hiug 1* good.

to all instruments, including piano. State InstnimeDt. I

waxio. Tin- ni< uils r- ar,-; Brad Stonr. munu-

Tln-ro Is a i-'inanc-- riiiiii'tig thru tin- 'ti>rv. \x|t!i a - h-v- r oir- u* porforraer as the beroine;

PRICE. Sl.Otf.

c. r and plani»t: .1 la ff<l. sax. and rlarlnot; thor>- |s pb-iitv of a-tion; tln-ro K an liitor*-sriiig plot. .VI-v- all olsp, tho, ihe customs aad Tom Tiortiov. hunjo; Ta-onatd I'ro<-tor. trom- mothods of Hip <!r-'us are dopl-f--! with aocura-y and fidelity to their outer significance

Nno; Ibnry Snfhorlaml. tniroprt. and Mrrlr S'lrlvp. drnmmpr.
ThP Floridan* flnlahod tbrir rngagomt-nt at

and tholr *ninr iin-aiiirr. CUDDY OF THE YYHTTE TOPS .s a <s>rkin-.' o'r-u" norol nn · tln-re will be mighty few
mon and wonion In tho amuo m-tit worid who will u-'t find It tl.nroly r utortaining. MR. MAY has drawn a fair and lively picture of cir< us l;fo cud 1 hoartlly cou'm- u-l his book to my readers.

SAFRANEK'S GUIDE TO HARMONY
K .I'-'e* th* ordinary ro'islclan to learn harmony. Kotmcrly a $`20 ccrresrotuier.ce course. 2fi lessonsi
PRICE. $2.00.

Tampa. Ha., and arp roturning to .Southotn

THOUGHTS ON THE ARTS

lUlDola to till aummpr f'ngagrmi'U'a. Thp playpr* aro; Waltpr BaNd. piano and dlroctor; Cu.tar K'oN'rg. b.njo. violin and saxop'ionp; I'.oy I'nlsirg. »axi'phono»: Fhaiinon I.. .Viiatin. aaxophODo* ami man.vg< r; John Floyd, trumppt;

THE CREATIVE LIFE, t-y I-CDWIG l.EWISOHN. Puhlisbid by Boni & Livcriglit. ·11 West 4''tli stn-cl, N« w York City. $'2.VJ.
It-siilos hU rog.iiar di.tlis as dramatic critic of Tbo Nation LUDWIG lEWISOHJI fin is time til s. an the ii- ld of loa-iry. prose and criticism and record liis timiiglit*. I'lios.-.

ART OF DIRECTING SIMPUFIED
By O. A. Prtprs-m. Correct gestures for each kind of time ai d hundred* of valuable luggutioni to
leaders. PRICE. $1.00.

Jor Bnarlis. IromhoOP.
Bill Franklin'* Or-'hostra. ·fior havli.g ro· ·nlly finlshrd a fi»r-month <vintrj,-t in .VII uijntrq'ic, N. M.. 1* n^w 1<s ai< i| in Sooix City .ind pla.Mng tonn* in Iowa. South B.ik.'ta and

Viiriou* times, he 1;ms pnl-i-.-d In The X.lion an-l other painr-. Now he liiis i-rought thorn

togolher in a hamlsnui- ly print-d volume under the title of THE CREATIVE LIFE.

MR. LEWISOHN, Is a vrilor one like* to i--id. cot only for what ho hits to say, l.-it f-ir

the way In w hit h lie **x s It. ,V fhorogblng r-liol in many lin--s

tlii.i ght. hi< r-;is,ining in

the arts |« temi>or-il w Hi a symp.thy for the classic .and an e.ve Kr what i* goial in tin- new. It i* a rn*c ·'mliluatii-n and a tine one.
Add t-> till* MR. LEWISOKN'S splendid style and you have a `till r.trer eouiMnaflon. .\

CORRECT METRONOME TEMPOS
By O. .V. Peterson. Exact tempo* for cverj rar.veirent m 130 mod used overtures. Completely Indexed.
PRICE. $i.oe.

Nohrtska. rop<rti. Fd Mora-ia Tl.*' iM-isunn-l rrada: Bill Friuklln. loador and sax.; Bort S'hu'ta. trnmpot; Bill Krug-r, violin au-I Iroml-out; 51- rtoa Ro.uok, piano; Fal M rasio .. uwiphoiio. and MrIvIn Knildso-n. dr'jins and

fine car for the m-.ind of the right word and a sure instinct for the right place t- put it. a nice *· nse of rh;tlm ainl a g-s l a- n-e of p-o e are all for-nd In it. 'ih- rv? .iie few writers who kiio-r th- ir i taft mi w- '.l ^a* LUDWIG LEWISOHN.
There I* n-it mu-h in THE CREATIVE LITE wlii. h d- aN with the drama, t-i:t what there i* is ox.-Pell'. T ro Is j p.iitii u'lrly true bit ca'.i-d ' VVor'1. \V.I1 and Word", In wlii-li MR. LEWISOHN h.-uim-r* away at the m-.-esslty fi-r truth in dramatic writing. 1 think any¬

Sati-da-tion guaranteed or money your dealers, or order direct.
Virtuoso Music

refunded. At
School

ontrrtaliH-r.
T7ip lm|s-rial Gardon* Or-h««tra Is -till Imld)Dg (orih at tlip ImiH-tlal Cardi-n*. l*o< atrllo.

one with a Ime f-r the ot.ige will cheer MR. lEVTISOHN ior this thought, which I
extract from it. "I ad.lri-s m.'sclf to the .Vno-ri-an ilramatisf--that almost hypothetical pe'-k-nage that is
yet, «o --.reli. on the Joint of ri-iug in'o our vls'on. Do not lot the luaiiag-rs do.t-lvo you. lio'not lit tiio i.-Mewers docoivo you. N-r tlio hat-hlor* in club-. Seventy per cent of the

Deat. E..

CONCORD. MASS.
mmmmm

II Tl.i- I ni up Is. ··Slats" Slati-r. piano; current ha-k*' tb- .-'ri.al lann utty dot s not · vt-n ni.i'i.e mou.-y. The gambling is not even

 Ikp" Ilynon, drnnis; "Jig*s" Jeikins. banjo giHsl gam'111 g. N-.r i-e di-i- iieil. . Is-ie ail. 1-y t nimble college Jirofessors who flutter vsltli

I and -aX . Uariioy Volis-rt. truin|s-t and mrlo- the winds i.f shi.i'.ow p..;.r.l.ir fal!a- !t < in ·!; 1--l-- that their classes may grow ;;ud th. ir
pbono; lal mil, tromtvinr and piano; Bolt article* sell. .V.ldress yours-If. if n- d be on l-n-ad and water--not to the game of Broadway,

WANTED

· arm T. sjxoph<>uo« ami violin: KImrr Fohr. Mxopboupa, ilarinots and tnunppt; lastpr

but to the pl-y of man." Ide*lisH, y IVrl.al-s; But d.>u't overliK-k tho very practical and awfully true statemt nt
that TO jM-r .out of the Bro.olway hack w.irk. the work al.v'e all oNo fire-l stjuarely at the

I

Scenic

Artist

smein. sousaplxinp.

liommce. fa'I* d;r. l.v. And MR. LEWISOHN did not mou'ion the o-ni illy pregmint fact that,

Thp roator of Fllndt and Ilia All .kmotUan Onhrstra. Clinton. I*., *luip tbr rpiont rpotginiaatlon I*: Hmll Fbndt, tnimpot, violin and dirntor; WpsIpj- Woojivrr. piano; Jimmip

after sex*-in, jilay* whl ii w.-rc coneoii-'d in ti.e spirit o- fruHi an-l wrllti-n h--- aits.* tlip arH-<'» M ill made him wilte them, have 1..- n sue.  ssiiil. artistl.-ally an-l boi-t-fhcely.

1;^
s>

Tio-re are other chapter* in THE CRE.ATIVE nllE which deal shrewdly with crilici-m s>

and 1 am sure Hie readers of this column will appiec; -tc all that 1* said on literature. .Vn.v lover of good writing and aoiind reasoning will find a !-'t of enjoyment in THE CREATIVE LIFE.

ss

First-Class
To work in oil on Big Outdoor Scenic Spectacle. Five or six weeks' engagement. Write quick

IVdd.iroart. drums and onforta nrr; tioorgp

IN THE MAGAZINES

J? full particulars, experience, ref-

Sigmund, btasp*; Johnnlo tVornor. trumboDp; Jinimlp Hay, banjo and on*, tlalnor; I»on McB-'Lald. first wixopbuno and ilarinot; TV'n

erence, salary. Address

VANITY FAIR for JULY contains several articles which will Int.-rcst the theatrical i-ro-
tossirn Vm.-ng these are. WHAT THE PUBLIC WANTS, by ALEXANDER WOOLLCOTT; 3

BOX D-206,

Mar tin-w., ar.-ond s.iX 'phon-- .ind vlarlm-t; Tod Mattbow*. third yaxophi-m' and clarinpt.

JOHN OALS'WORTHY AND THE ENGLISH DRAMA, by PHILIP GUEDALLA; STRAY TViotTr.HT't ON MUSIC bv FRITZ KREISLER. and a fine pie, e of comedy called HOW TO

s''

care Billboard. Cincinnati, Ohio.

U^ITE a'mYSTERT MELODRAMA, b.r SAMUEL HOFFENSTEIN.

From Esthervllle. la.. »ome» the r»i»ort that

Al Swiot'* Chicago Cadet* arr now in tbe

Northw-at playing paiks ami falo*. The ag-

gngatiun Imliid--* En-rcttc Johius-u, director,

"TU-t ..nd savcidiou--: M-lluirm- Colby, aolw

<i>ru-t: Paid Th-unaa, tir-t lorm t, H-u<- Ih-land -iD-l ,1  Tk m hcucs, tr--iiilKin-s; B H-iovor,

l-ar:'

W. IliilchliiM-n and F-auk tiros*.

Ill-!-; .vils-rt ll.ir-iuisi .lU'l tis. .sr Van

Kr;-g-n.-ld. ha-scs; J-s- KuIm-sIi. I'.illl 'b-iry-

w-atli- r. Clari n-'c Corblt. clarinets; i;,>l.iii>l

K!'n-flute and pl.,oIo: B-n RIti-nihiilcr.

'!'« -;i\..;.lHUie, and K.ilpli E. Crlnn-*. drums

"-.-I \ . l.iiil,. nc. Grimes sa.t* the band U bot-ked

- -I uu'il .Novemlier.

"Try It With Alice"
,52d Stroat Theater)
I'Os-T ``Enn CiuivrntloD Week, with its ·VVehsinic' on the mrlr»i>oin.in do*-rmal. i* an lU'iith- l'nt evciise for 'Try It VVilli .Vlicc'."
riMES- ' Of a time 'In the fiitcoe'. according to the pregl.tm. but Its situations anil luachiu, ly Im-Ii ng rather to the past."
VVoni.D: "One of thoee limp, unhappy fane* which are oe-asloually dragged, dejected, but still game. Into the merciless spotlight of Broadwty."

«M- asIODiiIly witty extravugania."--Percy nammoud.
SFN: "While the new 'Follies' has a future, it has very little pr--sent."--Stephen Uathbim.
rOsT; "Sumptuoua. .intelligent and pro¬ tracted."
RUPERT HUGHES REFUTED
la's Angeles, .lime 2S.--Statements to the eff.'ct that woman * place was In the h-nne and n--t being ociupled with such things as motion picture ccns.irshlp. made by Ruja-rt Hughes, ·author and s,en.trio writer, last week b-fore

PHOTOS ili.li-rlnss Fml.`h. h«`t glade. Mall us any six* phoi.'grapli a: J )'f make I r >- -i P.i»t Caids in leg* of 100 cf oue rl-imr. $3! -jfl. $6.25; Sim. $13; 1,000, $17.50, *nd »hii> to >-iU on re.elrt of prl.e. L.\RGER · in, 5x7. SxlO and ll.\ll. r-iually a.* chrajx Ask t~K price 11>;.
LOCAL VIEW CARDS MADE TO ORDER Luge ato'ks cf I'utute I'jst.aidr. Heads. Children, e: -.. for all occxiioi.j.
THEATRICAL PHOTOS A SPECIALTY ZIG PHOTO COMPANY. 216 W 42d. New Yark
Riaht on TiniN Squar*.

' htI-s Fisihcr ami IPs On hc*tra w ill be

I's «l»-il f,u- Hii-tr s,-. .-n-i summer

the tlrand

ll-i-I. via. ktnac |s|,,ti<|. startlnc .lul>

The

1 "l'·'tl·lnr of this ·irgiinlxathm * clever and

m--t .l.ctHi. Te,, ,.f the lit.- - ltd* show

oiilfli w nil

s.iinn-n and .link T*cmp-

<in.it .tiilT. »a\ wc.

Burton F s, her

l-hii* plniin null t* the .irrang) |; Ch.irle* I*. I--'  r, »li.Hn and badi'r' l!;i» Kraft, siv-il*h< 11--- I hirlncl nn-l pirtlio Ikii / .leliiiston.

T""'!* t. vluMn nii-l *rr.in** r' I.Ill .Vdim*.

'r.-iMi,.|,,.

,,.|i,,, W Si* n-er. *.i\o|»liones

-n-l - l.irlii-t It SliM lull. violin iiiid flute:

1' ik '/I-cl- i

l-i.iss

string l-itss ;ii,,l plane.

' rrll i"iii|, I.ml,, an-l tiitmpci: 'Tiibbv'* Veil,

·limn* iii.irlml'IS, tympani an-l singer. Th--

--'a iii'/.iHon r,-< cully returned fr--iii a siK-t-rs.fiil

« "'-1 ,lii Florida

WHAT NEW YORK CRITICS SAV

M'oiit

from

'I- -Himl to find B* wa) to the acrecn."--UIvvhcD U«ilihnn.

"Her Way Out"
(Gaiety Theater)
TltlBl NK; "It 1* Boyle'* best play einoe · I'll,- Sun.aw M.an'."--Frank Vrecland.
riMES. ''Must l»' set down a* distinctly a IJimmI hIiOW.**
WHKI D: "Did not seem like .1 eery good play." Qtiinn Vl.trtln.
SI N; ''It Is. we are iiK lined t* belieTe. a iHtlier iinuaiially l-ud Jila.*.''
"Ziegfeld Follies"
(New Amtterdam Theater)
TIMI'.S. ".Ml in all. as has l*-cii hinted, the nlUdcuHi of the scries is a typical Follies' pnsIm-Hon.''
WOUI I*: ''This, the l.ilcst of Ids pnMliicHons. I* a typical /.Icgfchl FolUc*."--lIcywcH'd Bniitn.
TUIlll'NE: "It le HOiart, elaan. gorgeous and

tbe General Federation of Women'* Clubs at their s,-s*lon here, did not express the vlour of tlie motion pictuic industry, according to a statement recently made public bv Jos<-p!i S. hcnck, pr« sldcnt of the Assoeiaticii of Motion I'll lure PrcaliKvr.s.
LADY NICOTINE KICKED OUT

POSTCARDS
ADVERTISINGanii PUBLICITY PKOTSS

OF CLEVELAND (0.) THEATERS (>n postals, S'2.00 for oC)--500

Cleveland. 0.. June '2'*.--Because a patron in n local burlcs.|iic ihc.itcr fell asleep yvilh a lighted cigar in l-is moiiHi. Saf-ty D-rcci.-r IMwtii I>. I'-arry .ynn<>iin> - d th.it I -rcaftcr there

cSxlOs--$2.50, 12; $11.00 per 100 ' Extra |X>scs, $1.00 each. Ilxl4s-- S(».0(> for 12--$25.(X) per 100.

would l-i- 111) smoking ill thi-at-r |.-ld>ics or
audicu-*'. Hcreafltr smoking c.in onl.y be in- B'tflDEAU REPI^ STUaa/

dulgc-l in when C.ie Hi.-alcr pr-a ide* smoking r-suiis appro).--I by Ho- lir.- war.h-ns. .Vnotln-r

OSVTfjSONY:

ord--r was ls*u-->l prohibiting nniways from the stage ovi r Ha- au-licn- c.
.V glance at the Hotel DlrcH-tory in this issue may save eonaiderable t'me and incoovenlenee.

Anyane Knowing the WhereabtWt* ·( JOHN L. FOX.
aUasa cammunicate ycith hi* wite. 15a W. I06tk 9L« New Yark. N. Y.
If y«« writ* to M advartlaar maatlM TIm BillbMrt,

34

Tlie Billboard

JULY 5, 1924

! i'lectors' Equity Association
<5'

iV'' - I 'mA--Johii Emerson. R'(Ps:d^iiv EihelBoccr^mcrQ\lvPresidenL Gvdintl^ilchell,Second V/cePresident
Paul N. Turner. Coarsel - Franie Gillmore.ZVcTj ::i p 5cV. TredS. - Graiit Stewart. PccSec

Los Aiiqeles O&e 6412 Hoi^x^oodBcjivd ^^

^est^7*^st

Iun^a5 City O&e

CHICAGO OITice-CAPITOL BLDG.

riwaierdij^

SanTrancisco 0ff^ice-569Pjne St

W The Pi'oof of the Pudding

mmagers. We explained that we termed them the reliability of the manager, unless they his Ivd at times during tbc last month of the

AS it cthiral on tlic |i:irt of Mry. Ki>k(* that bec.'itisc they were independent of any eo-operate to this small extent?

iii'goliutions.

to writp tliiit I. tt. r to Thr New York
IIcralcl-Trilmne when tin' qiiostion of tlio A. E. A.-M. 1'. A. contract was hcinR cniiidcrcd h.v tlo- ApixOIatc l)i\isioii on tlic 1'.
SI. A. appeal to till ir in.injv tion suit, wliiih

numagors' rsstoeiation In the engaging of actors. The "indcp ndent managers", however, secure nearly ail ef their bookings thru tlie two regu¬ lar Iiooking firms, etc.
Mr. Belasco Denies Retirement

Make All Claims Promptly t'laims should tv put In to this office within a f"W weeks after the eau'C of artien aeeru-s. Some nil nibcrs ask Equity to collect .ifler as long a x'eriod as two years has elai'M'd. Tins

Mr. Emerson only consented to aerept tho nomination for tlie ofibe of president for anoMii-r j'.ir Wu-aiise tlie council Insisted that there slioiild W' no chanc' of h adera at nueh an iiuivrtant crisis in our history.

waa denied I'.v il.e Snprenie Court?

We think tile following, from The New York is iisii.illy not iiossilile and it is not fair to

Equity Ban on Radio Shows Only

It would almost appear as If it were written Morning Telegraph, warrants rcprinling here: the manager, since the conditions lurtalning to

(In the subject of radio, actors ean. If they

for tlic purpose of iirejudicinc the case.

"In answer to the statement of L. Igiwrence it would iiroli.iMy have been forgotten (and wish, do indi\idiial work, broadcasting talks,

In an effort to place I'.qnily's stand in its Weber, iirinied in this pajier yesterday and witness.'s Mattered) except by the individual songs, stunts, niono'ogs, etc. Equity's aland

true liKlil. and because wc could hardly re¬ calling attention to the alleged f.o t that David actor making the claim.

pcrt.xins to oompanies giving scenes, or any

frain from answiring some of the charges Helasco had said soni' lime ago lie would retire

part of their regular ivrformanoe, and this

Mrs. Fisko made, we wrote the editor of the from the producing business in connection with

Paying Dues Made Easy

should W> paid for. If the manager considers

paper as follows;

ttie Equity conditions, Mr. Belasco yesterday

Excused cards are freely and confidentially It good advertising, whirl, we do not, then be

"In a letter to The New York Ilerald-Trlbune afternoon wrote the following note to Mr. given upon request of thost- who an' In dif¬ can pay for It--he doi sn't hesitate to pay for

Mrs. Minnie Maddern Fiske says: `Years ago Mcher;

ficulties. This din's not definitely wi|H' out any sp.iee In the newspaiwr.s.

when the .\ctors' Equity Asso<-iation came into existence it filled an imperative need. In tho-s' days actors suffered rank Injustice at the hands of certain unseriipulous managers. Equity re¬ formed the situation. It performed its duty well.'
"We thank her for this acknowledgment and regret that it had to be clone without lu'r assistani e. Much as we admire Mrs. Fiske s

" `I see by Tlie Morning Telegraph today that you have fallen Into what appears to be the general error of thinking that I have said I would retire. 1 never at any time made that statement.
" `I send this letter to. you in all friendliness and to correct a wrong imi>ressloa which you have come by naturally enough as It has ap¬ peared here and there at various times."

indebtedness to the A. E. .V.. but i>ostpones It until such time as it is possible to pay, usually the second week of an eng.igeraent.
.\n honorable withdrawal card Is only Issued to those who exi>eet to leave the profession ivrmauintly or for a long period.
Variety Grimaces at Mr. Emerson The tr.".de mentioned reflected on J Im Emer¬

A Managerial Boost for Equity In the midst of tho present controversy be¬ tween alters and prislueer- there ia one theat¬ rical manager wlio Is gln<l to eome to the front and sxxak a few kind wonts for the Artora' Equity .\ssoeiatlon. It 1- .Manager Sam Taylor, of tl:e Or.iiid riayrs, Oineinn.itl, O., according to The Tlmes-Siar of th.it city.

personality and art, the plain truth is that she was apparently too busy with her individual

Call During Office Hours, Please

son, our president, because he sailed for Europe

"Tlie feeling which some managers dispity

on June S, shortly after the annual meeting.

acain-i E'luity Is, to my way of thinking, en-

activities to help reform a eondHion wliieh she

During tlie summer office hours for the

Mr. Emer-on's plans wre m.ele months lo- tir-ly wIMiout n ason." said Mr. Taylor. "I

now admits was a rank injiistiee.

clerical help are 0 to r> on all week days ex¬ fore thit time and, in sp.te of tl.at f.V't. at hav.' alwa.'s had members of the Equity Atso-

"Mrs. Fiske makes a great many statements cept Satiird.iys, when they .ire 0 to 1. It is the last moment he would have luen willing i iiiinn in my company and have never had the

condemnatory of this association, but she brings hoped that our memhers will call between thus? to cancel his rcservatiotis had it Wen nece-sary. sliglitevt difficulty with them or the organixano jiroof to support them. She says; `If the liours, tho they are likely to find a p r'eseii'a- Hut there was no occasion for Mr. Emer-on to tlon. On the contrary, I have fonnd fhs Equity

Equity shop prevails It will mean the end of tlve here at a later time, as some of us have d' fer sailing; the contract had been signed contract a guarantee of fairness and sqnsre

freedom in the theater. The old institution no office hours at all.

with the Managers* Proteetlve Association and dealing.

will be bound in chains.' .\fter an intensive

Season Ahead of Previous Year

tl.e plan of procidure aerc-d uix>n.

".\s a matter of fact, there Is nothing Equity

study of years the Equity CoiiiK-il. oomposi d of actors and actresses of prom.ineme. lias readied an exactly opposite conclusion. We fed conTineed that Equity shop ruans an assurance of freedom for the actor and the removal of the last chain by which he has been bound.
".\nswering another statement, 1 would like to ask law Is it possitde for the mnnag'r to be restrieted in his ehoiee of plaje's sfler they all hi long to Equitj, partied i-Iy sin'e we have hound ourselves to enutinue ocr pres¬ ent policy, not to inti rfere in any way w"th the easting of plays?
"Tlie principles will'll K'|i;iVv tea'hes its members are pvalty to t'e indixidiial e"nipan\. restiousihtllfy to the pul lie, respect for con¬ tractual relations and love for the theater as : an institution. In wlmi way doc? this `fetter' art?
"Mrs. Fiske further sa: s that Equity -hop will tend to eneouriigc and foster destructive Inconipi'tinec in the tli.-atir. .\pain I ask how? The Equity .tssoci.ith u does no* assist p.'oplo

Our Statistical Department reports as follows: foniiiaiiics engaged in and tlirii New York
il'niiluctions only) from August 1. l`.tk:5 to .lime l.">. lligl . 4`J" rompmiii's e'.ised . l*'it Compiiiiies still ruiin.ng . l.:i
This shows two more companies playing than of even dutv, Iftflo.
There are over eighty stock companies playlug at the present time and several forming.
Co'Opcration Essential To Protection
Oiir numbers are m.ilously lax in flieir el> ligation to t'lcir assoei.ttion and. of course, th. .v ihenisel%es are the lowrs wtien tV.ey fail to reperf theii engagements to this office.
How is Eiiuitv to protect tlura, to .b'termine

Mr. Emerson would return by the first boat should we request it.
Tlie Inisincss which took him abroad was most important, involving large sims of money. Till re was no reason for him to make these aii'litioniil sacritiei's. .\Itlio a personal trip, a g.-i .It deal of I'ls time, hewever. will be deI 'liil to mai'ers eonrernlng Equity In England end on the continent.
T'l" job ef pri'sid. ni of the .\ctor«` Equity sM'iation. as our members know, is a labor
of l"ve. tili re W'ing no remuneration attj'hed to tl'c crti'C. Mr. Emerson has given proil'gloiisly of his time, thought and strength ;ii'I. 'u fact, w.ts sick and confined to

Chorus Equity Association of America

JOHN CMCRMN. HrMKant.

DOROTHY ORVANT, ijMcmivt Osarttary.

TniKTY-NlNE

n> w

memhers

Join' d

the

hcars."l.

.Ni't only w ll tl.;- protivt Hi,' m"roh«T

asks to wlii'h .my (air-mlnd'-d manager can object. Much of the pnsent frietlon is based on the silly theory that ninnagera should necessarity resist any demand by an organization of actors. Such m-n are merely working against their own In'ert »ts. If all organizations con¬ nected with the theatrical bu«lnesa were as ri's-onable as E'liiiiy our problems would be considi rably simplified.
"I was manacr of a road company severtl years ago. wh: h w is foried to suspend b*'ranse of the illn.-ss of the star. A technical question arose as to my right to close the tour t'-mierarfly The question was eventiiallr appealed to the E'pilty arbitration hoard on b' half of the actors .xfTeeted by my action. I was given a most rourtenus treatment and at the eon* I'islon of the lie iring the Istard unani¬ mously siistainxl my^pesltlon. proving the alnrerlty of the organization in trying to be aa fair to the managers' interesta as to those of the actors."
Mid-West Weather Hits Tent Shows

' to be. ome a< *ers or to remain such. The

Oliorus E'lnily In tlie in-t week.

should t'ere be sny eonlrov rsy a- to how

Mrs. Frank Ib lmalne. Kansas City representa¬

managers alone give them eneagiraents. There¬

We .are holding cli'-' ks for .Xlne De V.i .1 long be b:is r'-lnars'd -but you will know at tive. report'll last week: "Weather conditions

4 fore, if any iiecnipelenei comes Into the thea¬ and Dorothy Dare.

on e tl" kind o' i". tr;i,'t you ean i xp' ct from lip to Itie pn-ent lime have t>een very dts-

ter .and coiifinii's in it tlie responsibility must

. nyone knowing the adddress rf fiapbue I'erd the nianag. r with wlmtu you are n li. ar-ing.

.astrnus for I. nt shows. I don't bellere that

lie with tiie iii.ir.agers, "Hut after all is there, as >lrs. Fiske avers,
so nitieh iiea,nip. tell'e in the .\meric.an the.itcr today? .tei'ordir.g to the rrities no more t'rilliant acting lias luen sen on our hoards than within the last two or tliree y.ars .".ud ra.ire than Pti per cent of thi- has been done by memlxTs of tlie .Veters' Equity A"o<iation.
"Take, for example, the Theater t'.uild, which has g.ined sm li la-tiiig eredit; it li.is ahvajs liad KtO P'T < 1 lit i; piity easts. If that in¬ stitution call lonliniie to flourish, what need we f, ar if oilier groups work under simil.ir 1 onditiens.
` In eoneliision. I wish to say tliat in n.y opiuien tlie class of iiciple now eoiiiiug info tlie jirofession is b'ttir than ever. Taken in the mass they are more etiltiired and with higher ideals and I tl.ink ti.at the .Vetors' . r.qiiiiy A.'Soclation lias had something to do

"ill X'b'ase I'lilify fills effiee.
No asnemenl ha? Is-en reached w,lh the I.'nund E'l' in (irouji of manag'rs. I'ntil such nil a'-'ri>eni"nt s made an.v nu mtvr of Equity a I 'pling an eiig:i-.-"nii nt i.'ith any mi mis r of tl»i' group iavs l.lniself oian to evpiil-um froui the a-s'X'iatjon. Our mi mle r- ov e it to tlios,' bi.ia! E'l'jit.v nii'n)b''rs of Ihi' ".«t"pip:ng Sfnu' iili'I `T.'Iliisq." eomi'Hnies to see that t > ir ?a( rifiee Is not n lain. Tta'ie are nnlv liv, forms of ' ontr.'i' t antliorizi i| br the <'!i"r'is I'lUity .ys-oeiatlnn--the I'oritra.t i-siad hr III'in be rs of tli' M.inag'Ts' I'-otii-tivi' ms'l:i lion, which . an "a y lie is'-ti'd by memb'rs of that body, anil tl.e Inili'i"'ii'|. nt fireen Slriite '"iitra.'l which proviil.s t.al the eompar.y le¬ one hundred p'-r H'lit Eqij ty.
Ml tiilsTs of till- {'lioriis E'liiity should notify tlie ass's'iation the first d-iy they atti nd a re-

I'b'iise keep the ' i:ngag"ment D-p.irtm'nt In¬ form'd as to lour clung*' of ad'lrcss.
We are holding m iil for .Ii an .Mpine, Iloy .X'lams, .latie .\rrolI, Marie .Mo-rnalhv. Mr. ·'rinand. fieorge .\ndcr-on. Marg.ir't .\mer, Ituth ,\rmNti.Tl. Dor .lliy .Vriwild. Ib-'s e .Vh'ott, I'la All'-n, Tr.id.a H.ibi.ii'V. Mr-. .Tosi-jih Browne, 1'-e H.i no. H'b''ii' H.-. -law. Ma'jorle H.-al, I>oI|y lit rill', .T.ii'i;U'lini- I'.' I'lliur-t, X' H< ntn r. I.- uise r.hik'li''. Hirtba Hr.'lin. .lili.t Hl/it, Hetty I'.r'.'ijt.tiiii. Miili'tn Had, yi irlorie H-al. ciailvs H i-'li y. Hill .' Bran.Ion. Elor. a. e Hillings, Hilly H' .1 ai.'l lioris Hlai kledgi'.
Minil.i'r- wlio are not in good stan.lins In .lui.e or Di'-'iii'ir "f any year a > Tin. 1 iM-nlv five' c'l rits .a nn.iitli for d.-l n.|tii'ti<'y. Do you b'.ltl a l ard p.iid i-i Nov. inb. r 1 I 'jr.
DOROTHY BRYANT. Exocutivo Secretary.

then' Is a single company which has been able to show for a full week since Its n|>enlng. In all my years of exiterienee In the Middle West I have ncier s.'.-n such a continuous season of raln«, wind-iorms, flooda antt general eon.llilon- wl.bli are ho depressing to Ivlh m.anager and p. rfi.rui. r."
Since that writing the sun has come out and we hope the otitilonr people are doing good biisIni'Hs, making up for the lost time. It's s s.'e->Bw nniway, f. r In hot weather the atten.lance In permanent theaters Is affected.
Why Messenger Boys Sometimes Dance
We rang for a mes-enger and lianil. il lilm a ti ll gram, which was to Iv S' lit to I'acli sml t'l cry on.' of the coun. llorH In an.I nt ar New York, railing them to a sp.-. lal me.'ilng
The iMiy. aNiul t.-n y.-ira old. started to sing

with tlitg, beeauso It has reduced the numtur

and dance--a combination Jig, soft shoe, lap,

of 1" gus managers, reduced the numls-r of

nil at the sam.' Itinc. We thought [M'rhapa he

tomiuiny strandings, insisted upon the integrity

had stage aspirations and that he figured Ibis

ef tlie loiitract and given back to tlie actor and

was the iffai'c to exhibit his ability.

1'i iht business as a whole li« self-respect."

Hut no. 111.' ilan.-e was one of Joy. The Isiys

b'l f ir as we know our reply lias not bei n

gi't two eenis. we are told, for each telegram

patli'lud up to this time of writing.

they eolliTt anil here was a list of aoroe iwenty-

Dancing Lessons Prize for Chorus

(('ontliiu.'d on page lEI)

M

Hryant, executive secretary of the

t'l.oius I'.'iuity. rexiorfs that an A. E. A. mem¬

ber, tailing dancing lessons tier.', 1 is otTer. 1

to I'.iy for t'ue b'tsons of four chorus peoide

four il-;. - a we'K for a month, having it to

lier di ti ,n to pick out tlu mo-t de-i rviug

, girls.

^ What Makes Managers "Independents" The manager of a theater out of town was
, confused by onr expression "independenl''

Worn and Recommended by

riorenre

Wary Nash,

Mfn-

k»fn. Mrs. Fiskr. fjl'inrhr Batrs. Carr«H

McCcmis, Cdi!h Day and Othi-r Stars.

225 W.42d St., New York
Mail Orders. Catalog B Fre«.

BALLETS
Hand Mads.
$4.75
?.'k KM. riiK.-ia'I
$b75 ,<|( nr WhItB Kill
·Ml 2V I'oalags

Sensational Stage Dancing
AND
Acrobatic Instruction

GEO. HERMANN. '

HARRY OsMUTH

Oaaeing bkrirtsn.

I Whirtinf OsMuthsi

Studio, 313 West 46th St., New York.

5

JULY 5, 1924

T li e Billboard

35

r I'll Kiins, American actor am) manaKor and

on being Innocnona and conventional that her

.,,ti\c iiii'nilMT of the Shakespeare Asaocia-

comedy never shook off her vveM-groomed re-

f Amerli-a. Inc., is enjoying a summer

serve of being proper. It Htrnk me all the

: .i; fciriila. his nnllvp State. lie recently

time as If the sober and conscientious

.rill Iiefore a high-sohool audience in

woman aecretary in "Cobra" had at*p,,e.d out

\iiT.'.la. where he gave a Shakesp«'are pro-

of her private office to be equally n tiring and

Iiistlnn over an hour. Ills ta ks about

confidential in the pvilitleal arena. Mi's Gate-

l.luln Ihiolli ami his recitals, which refl<-ct the

son would play the seiretary ir. "Cobra''

Ilf liisith, I'ave met with siieclal

quite acceptably, but sin'h a Ilf* nil re-

I r n N' W- York. Tla-.r likewise made a , t iii|.ri i.«lon In the seliouls of ('allfornla.
\;iir 1.1'h recltiil eager students surrounded M i;. and iHggi il him to tell them mure : I-',.! the ]>"et ami the uetiirs w Is) liuil made
Ilf the great parts famous In America,

aetlvlty in wbicb Tbe Bulletin Is Interested! hhakespearc club-, Shakesiieare on the stage, cilleries and notea, Slaikespearean scholarship.
"Shakespi-arean rrotilem-". by S. S. .\slibaiigh, ts a review of Joseph Quincy Adams' ".V Life of h!.akes[»are" and brings up a

s. s. A'liNaugh. of Washlngtun, D. C'., Shakevi'.inan seholar and l-fe memln-r of the Shake-ls:irean .t-siMlallon of America., Inc., rei. i.:;y visited New Y'ork flt.v to congratulate I', officers of the assislatlon on the succeaa I : the past -eason and to discuss the progr.im of the soc.ety for the loming jear.
professor S. 11. na*k. of the Vnlver-Ity of

discussion of some disputed points in Shake¬ speare authursh p.
"Recent Works In the Kbakesiieare Field" Is an Imiiortant blhliogr.iphy by Professor Albert r. Baugh.
The plans of the Rbakespeare foundation eommittie are ontllned. There are also miscel¬ laneous notes of general Interest, including an

speech, modern English, slang and `everyday' pronun<latlon all have a hlstor.v. Webster's dict.onary Is a convenient handbook, but Shake¬ speare Is a university eduction In the spoken
word. nis English represents tbe most ex¬
pansive, untrammeled, exuberant period of English drama. We are tongue-tied and we are pygmies until we know something about it.
For information about The Bulletin or assiiclatioD address Miss Myra B. Martin, corresponding secretary, 119 East 19tb street. New York City.
"So This Is Politics" Is less amusing than it was meant to be. Its comedy of character

spertabllity is not e-jually appnii'rlate In a play intended to produce as niu<'b laughter us did ``Tlie Merry \\'iv*'S of Gotham". It ig a que-tion If Mi-s Gateson has tin* voice for comedy. It hasn't the bubble or expansion or a bi.Id .sincerity of self-deception that comedy somehow requires.
William Courtleigh fares best of anyone in the play for bringing out an interesting and amusing character. Dwight Erye Is <iuite help¬ less in a i>art that for no rea-on in particular was iutenled to furni-h comedy relief. Mr. Frye, like .Alfred Lunt. will doubtless b« picked on for parts of this character, altlio bia lietter qualities more readily come to tbe sur¬

( 11 1 ago, noted Shakesis arean reader, has re-

face in serious work.

uLtly accepted memls-rshlp In the Shakesissrean .\-seH'lntluD. Ky the si>erlal invitation K K K K-tra.tfK It ira'if K K a'H gTfgTfa ifH'H'S'g'B

Glenn Anders exhibited all big styles of act¬ a'g'S'g "g g'glfyg'gif g yy s syi ing as the husband of the play. Mr. .Anders

ei 111 V. Wdllam Norman Guthrie, I'rof. Clark neited ` Julius Caesar" at St. Mark's-in-tbe-

p.iuwirie last Dei-eml'er.

P. It. <;rows<-ott, Shakespeanan actor in I gland. Is to carry .*il»akesi>eare to LnglUh V Pages during the sunnier hy hitching bis

li.T'e to a caravan, a] propriately fitted up
I'! the purisise. ttrows'olt Is-lieves that there . much latent appreciation of Shake-p,are In

I iig'.lsh louiitry towns wailing to Im- aroused

M il he 1.1 pi s to do tills VC th the help of other
a tiir> who will Join h.m when the trip starts.  The Shakespeare .kssislution Pinlletln", Vol.

1. No. 1, puldlshi-d hy the Shakesjieare Asseslat t. of .\iiier.. a. Inc., June. Iiej4_ ts pff the j. r. -s I'or a long time The ItllllioarJ has be-

p I'd In the need and Usefulne-a of a Shake-

s|s are society in -kmerh a. I'or the past two

.'-ars It has published articles Intended to en( orage some sueb organization. Rut all thia

was a iirelimlnary atep. It la com ;>a rati rely

<asy to organize aomething, elect officers and

uliset dues. It It not so easy to carry out

s cei.slructlve program that Involves steady

< pi rat on and labor. For the past year the

lew Sbasespeare Association teemed to be on

l:ic right traik. Ita memlicra all agreed that

a puldication wai of first importance in the

fold of service. The uaefulnesa of the society

and Its cli m on public support depended chiefly

oo this. It la therefore gratifying to know

that the first Bulletin baa been ready for d.t-

tr b'jtion In June of thia year.

The Bulh-tiif la a neat publication of twenty-

four pages In a special cover. It sbow`a what

the S akespeare Association la. "who" It la

aid what It Intinda to do. Profestor Ashley

Horace Thorndike, president of the aaaoclatlon.

s!a!e. the `'wby'' of organization. De says

:r. (art:

The interest in Shakesj)«are in thia country

!· wide-prvad; indeed, it is almost universal.

Ni.

goes thru our public aeboola without

Slime arv|ualntanoe with hla worka. It is the

.imhir. n »if every worthy actor or actresa to

lilt, n ret hla characters. Hur scholars are

ii-.v a Idieg to our knowledge of bis life and

eareir tuir teachers are striving to guide

· ur .viiiith to an understanding and appreciation

'! the litirature that be created. There are

It : sands of dull* wluih are m-ruplrd In read-g stiiil.'lng or prisluring his masterpieces. Tluti are 'uindrrds «if thousands of Americans

w 'I nail his plays over and over again and

· tib t mr w tb fr< sb delight and increased

lev.n ncr.

T'i" bhake-peare As-ociation of .\merica

« I'l III unite all these lovers of the poet and

I'l in.i'U-age and inlargc thia widespread In I r.-t in his works. it will s«Tve a* a means

e I iiiiiiunieation in the hi ake>pearean world.

I'p'ling what 1- lu-ing done In hla honor or '·v.c.'. whether on the stage or In the sehool-

ii m. in I lull or in university. Its plana are i|. :gi,..| to he'p tlw Individual reader and they

al-.i ' ail, to eelebratluna and memorials, to

l uMii r. I iigiiiiiuns of the great ah ding and up-

I'i.iig iiifltieuic which Shakesju-nre exerts on

· ur icitii.niil life. Its pi;r|>ose Ineludes co-

·I'liitiin In every rnlerprise that will be

I' fill to a knowledge of the man and hiv

W" k. whether Bcholnriy, educational or

il' itrt. al.

I link, -is are eiime to .tmi fiea with the first

1 I gl.i=h I iilntilsl». He lia» bi-en our isvsscsslon

·' r -III.',. He In a part of our national

· I .vgi ;ind he iiiilles iia to the Inst tn mank  it Hi Is admired and read tn every

Is' . ii;i;;e. He la one of the Itumls and marks

vlll/iilon. The new a-"-.M lallon Is open

·'irv,i,ic win* di sires to extend Shake-peare's '"Mill nee."

Jiinie-i Madison Russ, chairmun of the

'tile I nninitller. give- an aceoiinl ol the

· peaie iiellvltle- In New York and tVash` ' i.. 11 titering largel.v In i vents between

' .ind piJI, vvli'eli (irepareil the WBV for

' i.rtiy Ineortsiraled hluikespoHre .ts-iH'lalion.

'

' Ilf Iticorporalinti and by-law- are also

·· '·..li.l

OLD ENGLISH

IT IP the natural thing for a language to utilize Its own resources before draw¬

ing on other languages. The Anglo-Saxon principle of adopting only such wv>rds

as were ea-lly assimilated with the native v'.s'nt>ulary, for the most part names

of lencrete tilings, and of turning to the greatest po'sible account native words and

nsits. I s|Hii-ially for ahstrart notions--that principle may Iw* taken as a symptom

of a healthful vonditinn «f a language and a nation; witness Greek, where we have

the most tloiirishliig and vigorous growth of atistra.t and <ther scientifically service-

aide lernis on a native basis that the world has ever s.-.-n. and where the highest

ilevel<ii>raent vif liiielleefiial ard artistic activity went hand in hand with the most

extensive rreation of indigenons words and an extremely IlmltiKl importation of

words from abroad. It Is not, then, the Old English system of utilizing the ver-

naetilar -t.sk v.f word-, but the modiTn system of iieglerting the native and borrowing

from a fonign v.sahiilary that has to be a*eoiinted for as something out of the

natural -tale of things. A particular case in point will Illustrate this better than

long I xplanatlun-;

To expre-' the Idea of a small book that is alwa.vs ready at li.xnd the Greeks

had d vl-ed the word "< gkheiriillon" from "en" `in', '·kheir" 'hand' and the suffix

'·-idii n" denoting sraalln* --: tlie Botiiaus similarly empb'ved their adjective "man-

li ills'' `IS rtain ng to manii-. the hai.d'. with "lils-r" 'IshiW' nmlerstovid. Wliat could

lie More natural th in for the .Viu-lieS.ixon.- to frime ac-ording to the gi-nius of their <wn langiiare tl. ..iniisuind '|ianill*oc"V Tliib naturally would bo especially applli-d

to the one kind · f 1 iind.v lH>oks that the elergy were in partlenliir nc-d of, the book

containing tin- is ii lonal and minor pnWic v.ftiees of the Ituman church. Similar

iximponnds wi re >.-· I. and are r.s. d. as a matter of course, in the other cognate

Ting ; .gi ' tb rman · i andbiieh", Ihiiii'h ''h.tnill'oe'', etc. But in the Middle English

p. riod 'handbis'' was disused, the Erem h tl.atlni ''manuar' taking Its place, and

in the slxtei-nth century the Greek wor.! tenehlridiont tisi vvi- iniriMlined into the

Ecgli-h language. .\s so accustom'd h.id tin nation grown to preferring strange

and e'.otlc w. rds that when in the nineteenth century ''handfook" made its r*-

iippearanco It was treattd as ai^unweleouie intruder. Tlie oldest example of the

new Use In the New Engll'b I>ict oniry Is frv.m 1^14. when an anonymous book was

published with the title "A Handb<xik for Modeling TVax Elowers". In

Nicolas

in the p^ fa* e to a historical work wrote "'Vl'hjt the Germans would term and

whh h. If our language admitted of the expres-ion. would have been lh*> fittest title

for It, 'The Handbook of History' "--but he ilared not ii'C that title himself. Three

years !al*r Murray, the publisher, Tentured to i-all his guide book "A handbook

for TraveI.rs on the Continent", but reviewers as late as I'tS apologized for copy¬

ing this eoln*>d w*>rd. In

Rogers sjeaks of the word as a tasteless 'unoTatlon.

and Tren* h. In ills "English Past and I'r*-ent" (1S.'*4: 3rd e<l.. 1S."*«. j. "11, says;

··B'e might have N-en satisfied with `manual', and not pttt log*ther that Tery ngly

.xml xery nnnee*--ary word, `handbook', which is scarcely. I should suppose, ten or

fifteen Te.xrs old." Of late years the word seems to tiav.- found m'-re favor, but 1

cannot help thinking that stale of language a very nnna*nral one where sinli a

rery simple. Intelligible and expn-ssive word has to fight i»s w.iy instead of being

at on^e admit'ed to the rery best 80*iety.

The Old English lungnage, then, was rh h in possibiliH* s. and its speakers were

fortunate enough to p.>s'.-s a Iingtiag*' that might, with very little exertion on their part he made to exiin-s ·v* rything tint human -ii**'*'h can I**- eiilhd iijvon to expri-s.

There can la- no doul't that If the language hail 1" u left to itself it would I'a-ily

have r*'me>lied the dife.t- that O certainly had. for its nsoiirces were abundantly

-nffieiint to provide natural .md t xpre"ive terms *-ven for su> h a new world of con-

. * r..|e tilings and nlvelra*-t 1*1* as ns Cliri'lian'ty rieaiil to the .knglo-Saxoiis. It is

true th.st we often find OW English pros*- clutu'.v and unwieldy, but that Is mon-

Gie fault of the litiratnre than **f the 1 .nguage li-elf. .V good prose st.vle is every

where a late avxiiiir* ment. and f'* work of a whole generation of go.sl author- 1'

needed to bring about ihe easy flow of written pro-e. Neither, perhaps, were the

Siibjnt trralid of In Ih*- .xiant OIil English prose literature those most (.iiitibl.-

for tbe developmmt of the highest literary qualities. But if we U*>k at such a

closely connevted language a- Old Norse we find in that language a rapid progress

to a narrative pro-e style whPh Is eyen now Justly admired in its numerous sagas;

and I do not see so gre.if a difference b*'tween the two hanenates as would Justify a

s<epllcl-m with regard to the p*-rfeetability of Old English In the same direction.

And Indeed, we have po-illve proof In a few passag*>s that the language had n*»

mean p. wer as a literary meilhim: I am thinking of Alf-ed s (reigned !»71-9V)1> report

of the two great .-s. aiidlnavtan explorers. Ohthere and Wnifstan. who Thsited him; of

.1 few pS'-ages In Th** Saxon Chronii-le. and e-peciallv of sv'me p.xges of the bomllies

of XViilf'lan where -.ve And an Impassioned prose of real merit.

--Adapted from JESPERSEN S "Growth and Structure of tbe Enjliah language".

fe: would be a better actor If he had a stronger iKi balance wheel in his bead. He seems to lack Uti Judgment and foresight. Shall wc call It poise?
Une minute his body Is lurching with brute strength, the next minute he Is a tyrant for [5^ voice, the next moment he Is cooing love of Juvenility with fare-comedy elaboration, the next minute he is pertly facetious. The motive for this variety does not come from the play. It comes from Mr. Anders' caprb-e. from sort of a hair-trigger respou-e to whatever deviltry jiops into bis mind. Now Mr. .Amlers frankly admits that he overacts. He doesn't seem at all proud of the fact. But that Is nut the first problem with Mr. Anders. He simply faces the problem that all per-ons face who are "impulsive". Mr. Anders neisls to get a steadier current of nervous energy, reason, emotional reason, and all other kinds of rea¬ son, running from his bruin to all parts of bis body. The api>earance freiiuently is that Mr ·Anders' body directs hi- brain instead of his brain directing his body. That is too tunl considering that Mr. .Anders has ab.lity. Some of his light comedy bag l>een promising, and R his Andy in "Hell R.-nt fer Ileuvcn" was a pretty thoro-going character.
"I'll Say She I-", with the Marx Rrotbera. is giving the same n*'vv impetus of musical comedy on Broadway that W. C. Fields gave, and Is still giving, to "I'oppy''. This nt w impetus is really a revival of the old eommedia dell'arte made famous by the Italian come¬ dians of this sthool 300 year- ago. It flour¬ ished for Centuries. Its out-tamling fcatar* a are "improvis.<I comedy", Inclucling ail kind.x of tricks and feat', i>ersonal a-'·oniplislimentx and excellence in pantomime. Mr I'.* Ids came along with the pantomime, the cimi*' silence, the vocalization and stunts of t!.. obi i-omcdy and played a part in a plot wifii adroitness of characterization. Now tiie Marx Brothers come along--a tr*>ui><` <>f impr*>vis*r-- whole repertory of eomnodia cl* H art*' fi in the loosely »s>nn**' te*! "ep's.«I. -" o Say She Is" they hav- an endli s» c; pantomimic skill, biiffo'nrry and c eharaoterizatloii of the ol.i and n* gl* i t*'<i It Is because the impi ri-lial'ic art--and it is an art--of absurdity ha- I>een negl*'il*'d that U now delights us as something new. This art is not "personality", the modern -logan in vaudeville and mii«ii-al comedy. It - tlie suie press'on and di-appearanoe of "isr-onality" for the purpose of creating a i-omie conception of the imagination. The skill, finish, an'l breadth of the creation, and its originality, is the sei'ret of it.s force.
I sometimes wonder vviiy pantomime seem.i to be so closely related tn th*- spok*n word. But the conne<'tion is a close one if one i.v psychologist and brain specialist inouuh to g*>

into it. It is all language. The p.iiit<im!mi.-t

fKTrtlYrTnjTtj

has the same "touch" to his xv'-rk *1111* thspeaker has. nis Inflections ami nuam*s of

body and muscle have the same meaning ant

account of June fowl's recent successes in clissical drama and h.-r pl.vns for next season-
The Bulletin Is a end i to tiie publication vomniltlee, Profes-or Hurry Morg.xn Ayres, of foltiml'la Fnlverslt.v. chiiirman. and to the aaMslsilun as a wh Ic. It not only shows that something li.ss huppened. but th.st the com¬ mittees of the organi/at on mean hti-lness.
The Inlenst of the Sisvk.n Word In tliisoclefy Is twofold. Tlwri' can is* no worthy riraav.v In the Fngllsh language unless some of

Is especially dull .md Its comedy of situation Is uneven. The real opiiortiinity of the plot invited n style of writing akin to `'Tin- Torch Bearers" or "Meet the Wife". Either the author did not see this or els*- he did not have the faelTty to make capital fun of the leading character playd by Marjorie Gatesoii. Tn prv'ving that inditlcs Is politics Barry Con¬ ners. the author, was loo iHJund to his plot to expand hi' charaetiT*.
The part of Nina Buckmaster, as played by

feeling as the intonations and Dnan*'*'s and touch of tho voice In the speaker. The only difference is that the speaker uses his voice,
tContinued on page 3'!
Theatrical Shoes
By f. MILLER

our writ* rs, not to say all of them, have gone deep enough I.enesth t'"' surface of English literature to know tliiit Shakespeare Is the

Marjorie Gatesun. is unlniprcsslre. Miss Oate-on plays the part in ii well-groomed, strait¬ laced, comparatively eiail individuality of the

I Ballet Slippers Clogs

groii^l flisir of fiigli-h itrania If IIIili rate, '.oiiimereial'. one -eason la>\ office 'sinfe--e»' are to N- the only mod. Is of aspiring aiitts'rtuil'llc ta-lr 1' niinisl. To speak in plain t*'rins of the actor, if hr hasn't breath enough

pr>'<a'ptr*ss tyi>o. Every hairpin is In it- proper gnaive for the run of the iday. .tils* Gates*in has a preei-piri'-' vou-e, cleaiii'iit and mentally
liointed in iiiliiiiation. It is uoliceaMy devo if
·>f the emotional e\|>ansiou, dip- and turn-

Roman Sandal Jingles Russian Boot Imitation Dutch Sabot

III Ms ImsIv to n ad ii Shakespearean spec, h of iweiit.v tines. If he hasn't emotion and IniiigInalion in Mh -out to eateh tlw universal
gnifleaiiis- of Slmke'i'ear''s eharaiters and till* genius of lUM'trv, he .vlll never graduate

that 'Ct eoniial.v situation- a whirring. It praelleally neviT provide- a gentiin*' liekle. Her eharaeter then fon' Is eame a faithful copy of a lonventional -mail-town woman of lionest vainvietlons who meant to stand by a prineli'le in a

I. MILLER

US4 Brosdwtv NEW YORK

SttH St. it Motiroe CHICAGO

1 I'torlal notes outline Ihc varlona flrlda of from tbe primer class In Infant actiug. lu |s>1ltl<al cleanup. Miss Gatrson was so tieut

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Ttie Bfllboai'd

JULY 5. 1924

Stage Styles

Shop Windows

Side Glances

"IIP.R WAY our' IS
SMARTLY Cl.OTUP.D
Wc attended the brilliant premier* of Edwin Ito.ile's newest play, `'tier Way Out", at the · Jalety Theater, New York, on the evening of .luiie 23, prla< l|*ally to see what rharming litiie Josephine Boyle would wear, fihe alwaya wears such delightfully naive Ingenue frtx-ks, yni know. But when MIsa Josephine made |i> r appearance we bei-ame so Interested In the dramatle portr.iyal she gave that we forgot tu note what she wore and Indulged In sympsthcti.* tears. Or, at our dramatic reisirtcr would <wt, "indulged in tba feminine conception of a good tlae.'*

BMr BMdets: The Shopper withes te osU your atteation to
the follewina reauetts: ?leaM address all communications to EUta
Miller Lenz, care The Billboard Puhlithinc Oo.. 1413 Broadway, Mew York.
Money orders should be made payable to The Billboard Publishinc Co. Mo personal checks are accepted and goods are sot tent C, 0. S.
A stamp should accompany all commnnicatioBs to which replies are desired.
Kindly give your mailing address for at least two weeks ahead.

Bathing suits were never quite so smart as

those of the present, so it seems to us, at least.

And we venture the belief that you will agree

with ns, after a survey of those reproduced

on this page for your pleasure. A frolic 1b

the surf Is given added Joy by a becoming

bathing suit.

Straight lines are Imparted to the figure by

the two-piece bathing costume of wool jersey,

listed as No. 511. The saucy little nickers

hive fitted cuffs. The colors are black with

white or green, also navy blue with Madonna

" blue. And the price Is 115.75. The wee bathing

" <ap worn with thia suit is of rubber covered

with tiny rubber flowers In red, blue or yellow,

aiid Ik prired at $2.95.

; " Tlic very slim woman can wear No. 513, a I  ^ swimming suit of worsted Jersey, in black,

'ffl * M.adiinna blue or green with monogram design.

M " offerid at $C.95. A hand-painted rubber cap

I

is worn with this, which may be procured in

^ ** blue, grei-n or red.

' ^ Very youthful and modest is Model No. 513,

s batliing fmk of black sports aatin with

I

lEoin 111 Ktripe banding at neck, sash and pockets.

' **

Itoniaii striped rubberized satin bandanna

forms thi c:ii>, which Is quoted at $2.95,

t( I'litricien Is the adjective that describes

ii' bi Model No. 517, quoted at $14.50, a bathing frock ! 11 developed from Jacquard faille ·Ilk, in a rich

1 w black, with embroidered monogram design on
f ei the ribbon fob. A sa"h of self-material deflneK t tl the waistline. A bea<-h cape of wor-^ted Jersey
in Jade, green or electric blue, with ln'<erts jjj of white is worn with this suit and may
be puri'ha.sed separately for $10.50. ^,. Tliese smart bathing suits are all "specials"

j, and are for the mouth of July only. Those

,,j who order after July .". will he taking a chance

OB pror'uring the desired bathing suit.

vr

*

jjj We have b*-fore us a half dozen letteis asking

q.| for the addresses of firms sr-lllng tlie inercliau-

j?

disc listed in lids column, tiie writers stating

' jjj that tliey have scanned the advertisements and

t

were unable to Iwate the sellers. In this

^ jp connection we wish to state that tlie goods

, jjj. mentioned in tliis column are -old by shops

visited by tl.e Shopirer and may be procured

thru her. fonfuslon is bound to result when

I

you write adiertiseri about gootls mentioned In

lia

^Itoi'l'cr's column.

;

The Sliopper is alw.'iys at your sfirvice and

jjj her services are free to our readers.

UK On one of our uptown Jaunts we discovered
ha .an old-fasliioiied saddlery shop. Here we found

Iia imisirted riding sticks, 30 inches long, of ao stl uulireakahle natural reed, at 1.25. These are we flexible and make -mart swagger eaues, Ilamboo I oi riding crops with leatlier luiiidle and strap were
' i.tfered at $1.50. Here one also finds all kinds

fipi of dog giKsIs, made to order if desired; lior'S

till elotliiug, racing eolors and blankets to iiiateli,

I. till as wi-ll as iintiorted English saddles and riding ' ir l:ridles. If .voil are luterested in any of tliese

r.ii goods we shall be glad to si>nd you quotations.

Ml

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of 3'lic long coat sports outfits on the opiiosite

`OI ii.i;.,. reflect the very latest trend of the sjHirts

' ? iiiiide. Mislel A, siigge>ted for the shore or

t'l eoiintry cluh, is a long coat, with vest and f se|i«rate skirt, the vest being of contr.isting
pal eol.ir. Mislel B, tailed a boutonniere outfit,

with ver-ntile lung coat aud separate skirt, is

recommended as a smart traveling costume. Mo.1. 1 .\ sells for $.39.50 and Model B for
` $211.50, Is'iiig lednitHl from $45 and $33, respeelively.

The shades are Tangerine, Armande green,

^ Poudre blue, Mexico yellow, gray and white.

gir AS we are constantly receiving tixiuiries
" regarding satln-tipp<-d cigarets, which were T mentioned in this column about a year ago.
ton we wish to advise those interested that the present pHces are as follows; A large box of

Will Rogers Goes Walking We eaunut toiicli for the truth of the story aliout Will ItogiWs reforming tlie "Kollies", of which he Is a luminary. (They say that he was responsible fur tlie elimination of a bed¬ room scene and a naughty song, written for Edna la-edoni.) Hut we can vouch for the truth of the stutemont tliat Will Kogers passes our window every day--not in a Bolls-Royce, but on foot; that. Judging from the hang of his clothes, he doesn't care a hang about 'em; that Judging from the fit of hia hat bo never looks in the mirror; that he is always observed nml followed by the curious aud tliat he was seen going into MacBrlde's ticket agency, where lie dropped a scrap of paper which was picked up by a boy who proudly proclaimed that Will Itogcrs had dropi>ed it and tliat it would hence* forth repose in his stamp scrapbook.

Claiborne Foster, Farmerette Claiborne Foster, of the cast of ·'Cheaper to .Marry" at the IlMli Street Tlicaler, noted for audacioiu flap|>cr roles, docs not flap In her spare hours. Off stage slic is what one might term a modified farmerette. Slic, her sister aud mother have bought a farm in Connecticut which They have proceeded to modernize in picturesque fusliion. The barn has b»`en trans¬ formed into a glorified studio where Ml-s Foster will experiment in art and playwriting. It is said that she Is so delighted with her farming ex|H-rlment that she may go into the resi estate business as a side Hue, reilaitiiing abandoned farms sod selling them at a profit.
The Misses Gateson and Terry Marjorie Oateson aud Beatrice Terry are the two most talked about actresses among the
(CMntiuucd on page 37)

BATHING SUITS EMULATE FROCKS

The bathing suit it a glorio'jt thing this «iimmer. lollowing In the footsteps of the frocks, with titbtle touches of trimming. A variety of materials are used in Us develop¬
ment, plain silks, satins, jersey anil printed silks. (See Shopper's colnmn for descriptions of these models.)

Perfume and Beauty

!f .1011 Would avoid being a monotone, be careful how you tliuose your perfume, is the ad¬ vice of a perfume siiecinlist. She furtlier ad¬ vises that tlie selection of tlie perfume in -.rmpalh.v witli your iHTsiinullt.v will hav.- a mo-f -tiniulating effeet on your sense of wellbeing. It i» al»o lier eo'atention tliat one peifiime cau no more plea-e a woman at ull times than one gown can make tier happy at ail timeij. To

kU]i|iort her contention she sliuwyd us ao in¬ teresting treatl-e on pi-rfume which she had prejiareU after exliiiu.-tive research. It Is in¬ deed Well Worth reading and a copy will lie sent you hy The Sliopiier on request.
.\ hair whlteiier tliat will change ycllowlKh wliite liair to a lii'tinns silvery tone may be piireii.ised for $1 a buttle.

assorted eolors is $10. altlio an assortment of fifty may be liad for $3 in a sliade to match the gown or to form a contrast.

If you have gray Iiair at the temples or eye¬ brows tliat are too llglit it may be <|Ulekly darkeiieil wlili n spetlally iirepared rosmetlqiie wiileli sells for $1. It is useful in conceal¬ ing gray patchet.

Kince pleated -kirts and frocks are being W'oin on stage .iiid street, we wish to advise tliat there is a New Voik `omerii spiM-ialixing in this tyiie of work wlib-h invites mail orders. Hem-titeliing is also one of tlieir Hues and r^pleatiug may be safely iiitrusted to their expert workmen. Tlie Sliojiper will be glad to put you in touch with tliem.
Blave I'rucelets, gold filled with small enamel links in red, green or pink alternating between the gold links, urc offered by a theatrical
(Ponfinued on page ;17)

I'lea-e Is-ar In mind that all articles men¬

tioned oil tills page may be purchased thru

The Sboiiper,

§

.Miner's Carrol Itoiige, Which resemble' a reddisli-orange carrot in hue, lia« caught tlie faDc,v of the theatrical woman because of Its natural effect. When applied to the rlioeks Miner's Carrot TIonge toiielies them with tlie magic warmth of youth, without the slightest suggestion of artificiality And It Is HO easily blended. This rouge of many virtues li mod¬ estly priced at ."·<> ft nts. Tin- SlioppiT will he

BPATRICP TPRRY OP TUP COPPPRY LOCKS
enabled ns to maintain oar reputation as « aiyte reporter, however, by wearing several gowns of notable charm. Mils Terry, star of the play, made her first appearance in a griccfill wbite-sllk crepe gown, of that shade of white which one sees In portraits by oM masters, designated as oyster while. The fis'Bt of the skirt was draped diagonally over an underskirt of black aatin. The low waistline was defined with a half belt of black satin from hack to hips, which appeared to he Ins. t Several targe flowers In varying shades ef yellow were posed on the waUtUne at the left front. Thif gown was of the sleeveleso variety with softly rounded neck. A tbree-straad ne<-klaco of pearls, black-satin pumps and completed the ensemble.
This distinctive costume, which might prove too neutral imdet stage llghta for the average t>pe of femininity, waa particularly becoming to Misa Terry, due to the fact that her hair is a bright ihade of red and her eyca are a deep violet.
DAISY ATHERTOW U'PARS CiriFFOX
DAISY ATHEBTON, radiant brunet who  ppeari in the same cast with Misa Terry, wears a long, orange chiffon tunic, headed witli crystal bugles and peart heads. A huge bow ef orange mtllne la p»sed low on the left hip. Orange ho«e snd slippers carry out the eolor theme.
flR.trE PEBKINH, as a debonair newapaptr woman, wear* a tailored suit af n.ivy blue. While the skirt is aiiilacloiisly short to ravejl generous glimpses of sheer black liose, the mannish while bloii-e Is of the high collar type (siift and of same fabric as the |dvu*e) snd flaunts a jade green tie, whiifft Is mstrhed in hue with a rakish su*'de siiorts hit.
BE.kTRirK TEBBT wears a very loielv roho Illtime In the last ait. A Jade green `Eeurgetle overallp. with d<.«'p Insets of cream Ism and flowing wingllke aleevea of same, U ixj-ed um r an underslip of pink Oi>orgette. .\ ea»h of flame-pink satin rllibon confioea the front panel of the negligee.
COXCPRMXG THE nnpBPD COIFPr'Rp
Some say that the bobbed coiffure Is iicro to stay; others that the lavish use of trailformations and switches to give the ImiIiIm .| head a dressy i.ffpft presages the return of long hair. HUH others point to tlie latest half-and-half N>b which Is the newest Baris fad. leaving enougli of tlie bii. k hair to conceal the front lioh when necessary. And last, but not least In lm|inrtan`-e, the big New York halr»lres.ers report that they sre doing several hundred Isibs a iliiy. W.', who have r.sUteil the temptation of flie Isdits-d coliTiire, are askisi every time we enter a hlirdresslug slia|>. which Is tw ice a week, on-e for a ah.imiHio and once for a wave. ··You wish to la* iHiMsd? .No? How surprising!"
But whatever you may dei Ide to do in the mutter of the ImiIiIh'iI I'oiffure, don t forget to liuie the ahoiii |iorlion made Into a awltch or to provide yoiiiselr with a awltch from some `illier damsel's head, if you 0<'<MslonuIly Indulge in formal attire.
The Boyish Bob Is the bob of the hour aud it is aliorter this week than It was a month ago.
STVLP vorr
The fris ks of luuiiuish-uilk shirtings are Ideal fur the full figure, becaua** the lengthwise stripes lend height and alendcrni'sa and they `·`line with V-iii`i ks, which are b<-comlnf to the full-tbro.ited woman.
L'liid to handle your order for a box. Neetlless I'l |«·mltld you tliat the nnme "Miner" stands for reliability.
A dry sliamiHio U a real blessing In srarin Weather, when the hair is iDClIned to lu' oily or III perspire. .\nd, of eourae, Madame can no always Indulge In the refrcslimriit of a shampoo with soap iiud water, she may Im< too bii-y or she may lie bothered with a eold. A ilrv s|iami<oo. which will remove iliml, giegse and grime, leaving the hair "oft, fluffy and lusIrotis, may be puriiiased for $1. Every actr«`ss sbonid have a dry shampoo on band to keep her hair fluffy and soft at all times

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JULY 5, 1924

Xtie Gillboard

37

Art in Costuming
: I rrcT or st.uh I Hit ITS ox CO! !>k'
When doc idlni: on a color t-rltt uo' for i urljiD>, drapcru-ii and «o»tiimc» it 1* »*r.v wim* I.. hear in mind tliat iol..r» cliunxc iiudcr >ila|{c l.gM'. Tl.i cliaiiitc 1h not ku aicat under tUe il.rlric HiJl.t' of the -III;*' »'< iiml'-r the flow . the colurcd Hi'Otliflit. The ctteit ·!? colored
C In oil color' l« ' follow': I eder I ri d I cM nranfe hn uim a rrddi'li lellnw. Tcllow cliinaei fo nrauae. Creeu fide* to a pnridl'h frar. nine chaiifea to c loh t Violet chanfca to |ior|de. Black takea on a ru*ty »hadc. I'Ddrr a freen light a srreulKb hue la itnparted to jellow and blue. lied bi-come* a Tcllow-hrowD. ttringe a"Utne' a friHn fra.r tint. ' olct fhanfca to blue graj. Black beI > nil a greeniah. I ndir an orange light red or yellow take* on .111 oranae tint. Urecn-blne bei-oraea reddl*h .-ar. Viidi t loeniDPa pnrple. Gray and black a-'Utue a biow-niah tinge. I nder a violet light red la tranaformed to I utldc. tirange ak»ume* a red-grar. Greca I'l otnet Miie gray. Blur rlwnge* to a bltil'h ciol' t. Yellow takea on a piiridlah tint. Black thangea to Tlolet. l oder a blue light tiaatel green become* Tiolet. Violet and bliik change to blue, lied belome* puride. Orange takea on a blui'b browD. Yellow U-comei graylab. I nder a yellow light orange and green ah 'orb mure yellow. Red aetume* an orang'brown, riue I* touched with «late color. Ture I'lack 1m me* olive. I'nder the glare of the electric light r.d ibangri to ecarlet, acarlrt to orange orange tu yellow and yellow to a paler yellow, yellow and blnl'h-green loiinp aome of their yellow. · repo, ultramarine and violet become a purer I'lue, while purple become* redder.

and find we have It and deride to make the la-'t of it. However, by the use of the hair. We can do something to goften ettreme* of faeiai contonr.
I'or Instance, the man with the full round face will want to avoid combing hit Itair over 111 the kide. whether be [lart* It in the middle or ou the side. The reason for this is that hair parted in the middle and combed at right angles to the part line gives another straightacross line to the face, ai-centMating it* full¬ in'* iiisteid of breaking It up.
Instead, the hair ahoiild be combed atralght i>*ck'. away from the face, to as to give a strong line that will W at right angle* to the brow.
The o|>poslte Iwild* good for the man with the long, tbin face. It would be wrong for him to comb bii bair straight back, a* that Would Bimply carry uut the line of hi* fa.-ye and make it aeem longer and thinner than it really wa*. Whether parted on fbe aide or in the middle, fbia gentleman -abould comb it acrosa bla bead to shorten hi* face.

SHOP WINDOWS

(Costioned from page 36)

*

Jewelry coDcero for $2.73. Plain gold link* if

preferred.

The following notice i* for the benefit of our women and men readers:
It la not necessary to throw away garment* that have been damaged by moth* or cigiret burn', for a pro<es» ha* now K-en discovered whereby tbe original cloth is restored thru

LONG COAT TRIUMPHS

siittii'lently old-fashioned to demand the happy ending.
DRAMATIC NOTES ttNmtinued from page 311 I'.im-'" and will be presented by a New York prisliieer early in the fall.
·Ivan Hawthorne will s|ieud the month of .1 ;!,v un a motor trip thru New England.
Madelon Davidson ha* been called hoine to Mount Vernon, N. Y., by tbe death of lier fa t her.
Geue Harper, actor and director, 1* locat-d for the summer at Waterrille, Jle., headquarters at the Crescent Hotel.
Jay Hanna and wife tlo-tb Batch) will spend the month of July in Naples, Me., wnera they ouo a eamp on I.ong Lake.
·Sir John Martin-Harvey plan* to return to .Xmeriea in ttetolier with hi* English repertory company. He will be seen in "The Only Way".
Billie Burke will return to the stage next fall in a pluy by Catherine Chisholm Cnshing. IToreni Ziegfeld will surround the star with !i cast of prominent plavers.
5Iiriam Doyle lia* withdrawn from the cast of "The Goose Hangs High" to spend the summer in the White Monntain.v. Her role at the Bijou Theater, New York, is now being played by Kathleen Middleton.
Henry Hull, now appearing in a playlet on tbe vauderille stage, will be presented in a new production. "Tbe Prisoner", next fall under the direction of John Cromwell. Bertha .Mann will probably have tbe leading feminine role.

"WILDFLOWER" MUCH WED
Quite a Number in the Beautiful Garrick Show Are Married Persons
Cbirago, June 2~>.--There are a number of married couple* in `'Wildflower", in the Garrick Theater. Edith Dav. the lovely star of the organization. Is married. She is Mrs. Pat Som¬ erset and she and her little boy live in the Edgewater Beach Hotel. Ethel W.alton, one of the prettiest girl* in the chorus, has been married for seven years to .\l Walton, one of the ehoru* men. Bernard Gorcey. the little comedian, has bis wife and two children alnng with him. Guy Robertson, Bobbie Higgins and Tyler Brooke each ha* a wife and an apart meut. The two Randalls, specialty dancers, are husband and wife. Marjorie Bonner ha* a hn*band and two ehlldreii down East. E'ther Howard i* married to Arthur Albertson.
MARY GREEN INJURED
Chicago. June 28.--Mary Green, who was ap¬ pearing with her bnsband, Harry Green, in tbo headline act at the Palace Theater, Milwaukee, was injured seriously in an antomubile wreck on the Milwankee-Chicago road In Wisconsin thi* week. Harry Green, vaudeville artiste, the husband of tbe injured woman, and another person with them escaped unluirt, alt ho tbe impact of the collision overturned the ear in which the Greens were riding. Mr*. Gn-en suffered intem.il injuries and her left ear waa torn off.
STEINS

the electric light 1* ftibdued red avraiiie* mere purple, >iarlet more red, orange more Town, .vellow attract* an olive tint. Yellow · r blue bc-i-omc greener, ritramarlne abeerb* more violet. Violet deepen* to purple, rtir, !r lighten* to violet.
White 1* the only color (and that 1* ab*ince of color) that retain* It* Individuality under light.

Martin Flavin ba* written a new "Service ft>r Two", which ia to be given a "Iiecl.J stock production shortly by the Copley ria>ers in Boston. This drama will be ·erved on Br.iiidway early in the *eaM>n. Flavin Is the author of "Children of tbe Moon".
Shakespeare a la caravan will be dished ont in Eugland's coi.ntr., towns and viilagea thi*

ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED
VWIlKtUR

When the cottumcr combine* layer* of chiffon in creating a covtume the ktrungot · olur i* Okcd a* a foundation, a* tlw other lairr* of lighter (bade* will neutralire tiw

summer. F. K. Groweott, well-known Shakesjiearean a< lor, pians to drive a^und tbe prov¬ ince* In a caravan especially bnllt to repre¬ sent tbe room in which the bard was born.

ittct of light. The neit and (iitb *tep In Art In Co>lumiog
will concern line* and tbelr relation to beauty
THE COLOR CHART In last Wee'*'* |'*oe w<' prumi-ed to de>crilH'

-tlice Duer Miller, whose stories have been appearing in The Saturday Evening Post, Is the author of a three-act play to which a title has yet to be appended. William H.vrrl*, Jr., plans to give it a prelimiuary summer pro¬

^S^HOOL^r ACTING
lisv.la WARS) TICMMIC**. AHO (ACM OCPAMTMfMT * QIS-nMCT mSTITOTIQW IW ITS(i.V
[.OCuv OH tSRRfSWl. «

the Taylor b.v«t«m of Color Harmony in the bnopper'* column of thi* l*»iic. Finding that
e did not ha*e room for the dev.rlption In tie* Shopper'* column we decided to make li a part of our ci>b.r chat.
The entire wiuipment ron»i»t* of a lithograpbrd chart on hea.y paixr remfoned with linen back and lllu-tratlng niiiely.*lv lDdividi.Ml · "lur*. nn the faie of tbl* cl art thn-e ma-k* w.lh I ut out winil'iw* ar«* plaicd the harmonic* .'iiicarii.g aulumalically tU'U the wiuduwr. .\ *iiii t of |>.> turiul dlrcrtiun* complct< * the en Uri i'|i.i|imcnt. The chart may be mounted on tbr wall aud will la>t several yeara. The
i-ce 1* Jlj. If you desire further detail* a '· ibr will be aent on reijue»t. T'e chart " :l eDable you to *elect a number of armoiiuing color* at · glauce and bould role iiiteful in co*tnming and grouping the  ii'em hie.

MANSTYLES

I

mt.ir who I* purticulur iiNuif Id* *!

I" .tram c. e*t>ecl*lly when Wearing  drc" suit.

·I' I'.i-iod that he niU't i-oii'iilcr tlie f*i t that

til.- |M.lilted lajH-U and taiMTiiig tail* of flu-

cxiilii,' i-oat apiiear mo't Ini'iigruoiia witli the 'ry whie troii'or*. with t>otloin lare. The

I ITei i lx In make tlw nearer ap|>car iinga.nlr

duction.

L. E. Athey i* again with the Swarthmore
· liautauqua .Association, this season on circuit
· K'' with "Tbclr Honor the Mayor". Thi*  ·nii>any will b,' at Fort Jefferson. N. Y'..
.\i:gust 12. and at Barnardvllle. N. J., August
11.

The Avadoa Shop U introducing two iwagger modal* in the long coat effect in flannel or rep. These are carried out in the new sport* ihadet as well as white. tSee Shopper'a column for d**criptiona.)

.Alan Dale, dramatic critic of The New Yor'g .American, will afford his colleague* an op¬ portunity to review his latest dramatic effort. "The New Immorality". It is announced for priHluetion some t me in .August, with Hym.in ·Adler as the sjainsor.

wi-avlug a new piece In place of the old. The resuil* are astonishing It is Imixi'sible to ditect the repair. Clothes for which .sou b.ive paid n g(x>d price may thus be n-stored to ni'wnes* and ii-efulness.
Tl.e name of this concern, which eater* to tl.e theatrical profession on wivrk of this kind. i» the Berger Valet ('ompany, 10 Fifth iiveniie, ^ w Y'urk. When writing them plea-e mention I' e Bilttmaril.
SIDE GLANCES II oiitiiiiu'd friiiii page D-iiKM r.ille deb'gates who are now couw uiug in Ni-w Vi-rk. AA'e kuow, iMt'iiise we found our-elf i|iiirliTi'd with tl.e delegate* .at a New York l.otct. after nii'«iiig the lii*l Niat home one

n. Sam

Harris recontl.v purchased a new

pla.v by Nuniian Hoii'tou. entitled "Wltboiit

.Aliiiion.v". It will It*. Im lulled in the manager's

li't of jila.i* for priMliii till!! lu the fall sea-on.

Ilon-tmi is part uiiile.r of ` Ited-I.ight .Ann'e",

w'lich was -I I n in 'N'W York last .August.

Julia Ilo.vt is ii.g.,gial to iil.i.v the t.tle role in "Judill.''. Iliad.*' rngir'* adaptation of Hi-nrl Beru'lein's Freucli drama, widcli will Ih. sliown in N. w Y'ork tale in tla- aiitiimii. >l!'* It.lit pla.ved the part In Stuart Walker's 'Iik's production of the pice in Balt more last 'I'rif.g.
Frlncc'* .Antoine Bibi sco. wife of the Ilii'iinilan iiiini'ter to the I iitlvsl State* and

Directors: Al»n D*l«i'ler. Sir John Martin H*rvfy, J. J. 8hub*rt, Marwrite Clark.

afford* appe*r*.".c** acd ftig* (xpcrlmc* Introducing Atiktenta ta New York Audlwice* and i^Mrr*. T*ebut9 arranKf i Rnirifnt fM'uliy of Maxtor ToactowE. Added faculty: Roaa Cochlaii, Mme. Rouchel. Helgiura Coo«erratory, and Roy Ctichran, Uia stotl and Jclin Ratirmore Co*, and Claude M Alyieoe* ^ho has taoiht \Urr Plrkfwrd, Laurette Ta5lor. Eleanor Paiiuer. Taylor BA*lmcf, Dorothy Jarttae Mary Naah* Florence Na^h. Fred and Adele Astaire. i>elyu Law. Dolly J*f4ters and others. Tot Informa* tiou write atudy desired to sBCKCTABY, 4S Waal
I St-, New York (Eitenilou BL_*

Your Facial Appearance

Your facial niak»-up ia o; e of ytur siroogest is-

sf's aa to succf.ii. AA'h.v neglect ilf You c»n be-

I-me proficient in the art of your facial make-up, a* niai y othera of our prominent actor* and aoti***es have, viiio have foUuwed the HE8S AIETHOD8 of FaI la! Make-up, and who have served for forty-two

lU't yeara many of the leading one*, and have hunilted* of te-i'Iuonlal let'ers from th* prominent mem1 . r* of the prcfe*aloil. LOOK TOl'B BEST ON AXU v'FF THE SJTAGE.

Secure at once, the FREE BOOK. "The Art of M.iSvi' g-np" tit »il! I'e of valuable service to you) tr.iu THE HESS PERFUME CO., 140 Edtnburfli St. Riihaster N. Y. Furthermore, if you are m:able to
'le the ·'HFISS MAKE-n*" in yottr Uiug atoie r Alakf-up shivp. a.nd they will not get it for you.

- 'C'l diiect. You wUI get what you wotit and pram:it

-civile

--A Jr.

and hca\y footl'd. Tlic eafeat way to 'elect nMi'cr* for the eieniiig or formal «a>at 1' to ·I'll it|ain a midiiini width, with no rugfietlon of a hell liottom.

(

ii.iih' 7('

sriT Tin: tact.

Galileo, in The Dail.v Vow*. gi*e« 'ouie  iitiTi'ting hint* ou bow man should arrange
hi* hair for lte< nmlngiu **, which are »> ll Worn, perusing:

I he g.'ntlenien who set the style* In faces-- far a* we ran deterniliie, none other than
·he artl'ts who draw the billtmard advertlseini-nts--have decreed tint ii fiiCe to be ac· I'lilaldt- the piildle niii't neither lie rln iilar, ·'at Is alter the iiianni.r of a full nim'n. nor · lli|>tleal, after llw manner of a watermelon.
I ntortiiniitely the *hH|ie of our face la some-

·hlng that Is deeldi-d for u*. We grow up

n gilt.

M ss tialcsoii. ulio is running fur nia.vor in

"So Till* Is l*.>lili.

at the llcnrj Mlilcr

Tlii'Hier, was ImiIIi pr;ii*«'il and iriticizeil for

accepting the aid of .i ixilitical tioss In her

lainpiign. on,- ga> liltle delegate chirping

".All Is fair In ptdillis and lose."

Ml'S '1'. rr>. »>f tl.e Inner i iicle of loldiji*!*

lit AA'.isliingtiiii for the sake of the pla.v, "Her

AA'ay l*nt at the tiaiel.v. is s..rt of jiatruian

coiitiileiu e liid,T for iirlslo. ratic |MditlciaU'. In

the l.-t all she .AI.Mttsr take* iiois.iii to save the man lie ba* leaiued to love from iiiarr.v.ng

lur In b.isie. repenting her uiisM..r.v past at

I,'.slue and s^oi'lng Ills political ideals,

"Ax'l.i il dii'l she go on w ill tbe deception,

make l.er lover pie*l.lenl of Ilie riilted State*

mill I'liii I iiiiiinit *uii Ide ' ill iiiandeil a oute little ill li'gale w lll·lall|||lM there was n llliani'

mulls proli't tliat proMil mi matter Imw well

versed in iMilitlc* worn.in may be, tbe i* still

d.ii.ilir of Herl-ert H'Ury .A'i|iiith. former

- ni.i-r of Ilnalaud, will have twr first

dr iiuatic effort tried out liii* siiiiimer In A' n-

I : II.III.

It is a >omej.v dealing with the

· slum' and munm rs of Engli'h socicl.v and 1*

cut..led "The F.iiiit d Sw.iri''. Follow ing t!ie

Fietii.aiiicau picscnial'lei Smart AA'alker will g ve .t a Broadwa.v proili.i tion.

I'll M.iro.o Hiildiiig ('eiu|iany ha* still an-

«e . I pla; III he to-ieil ou the Coast. It will

b.' known as "tjuil'" aud is the joint work

1. Is.lid lao and C.vrus AA iHid. Fr.inkl.\ii

l'i..ii iwv lui lijvcs for California this week t.i

't.ue the i<*od I til'll.

The managenient i'

atioiit to pri sent Ildg.ir Maoilregor's "T

I'li.'U Gate'' ill l.es .Aiigeie*.

Mr* Charles

Cra g who ap|H'arcd some ki-a-ons ago m ''TU.-

Coiiiitr.v Bii.v", will have one of the prinoipal

feminine role*.

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38

T ti e Billboard

JULY 5. 1924

Reflections of Dorothea

LEE MORSE ENTERTAINED

fore the regular meeting and reported that

BY ADVERTISING MEN everything looked as if there would be a big
turnout at Dreamland Park, Wednesday, July

Sometimes the road Is rocky. Sometimes the hills are steep--
Hut when you've climbed the mountain You've a lot that you can keep.
P --Borton Beilis. KKIIAPS it is only natural that there should be a fellow feeling between Nellie ( H Uevell and me. She, too, has suffered long and patiently from a spinal affliction. She, too, has known the stretcher board, the straitjacket and the plaster cast in her long siege. There were times, 0 so many times, when she wondered if the sun would ever come up over the horizon again to smile at her, but the hope never died in her breast. And now the look siege is eiidi'd for her. She is no longer obliged to hungrily enjoy the little sunshine that reached her bed-room window for, with the aid of a wheel ch.air, she is now able to get out in to the world sh? loves. Down at Atlantic City, where she can bask In the sunshine and breathe the invigorating sea breeze, Nellie hopes to get back the strength to fit her for the life of activity she has planned. When the eventful day arrived for her to leave New York her happiness was overwhelming, but she did not forget a sweet thought of me, for her cheery letter and gor¬ geous bouiiuet told me so. May all your dreams come true, Nellie, dear!
Now that there la a lull In the season, Alfred Nelson, familiarly known as "Nelse" to Billboard readers, found time to pay me a visit and we had a most delightful chat. I think "Nelse" is about the busiest newspaper man I know and the ver.v thorn manner in which he

a parrot, they easily become empty, blatant and meaningless. There is no transition, no mental process back of them. I haven't got the Marx Brothers entirely straightened out--there are four of them--but I think it is .\rtbur who does the silent act with such delicate certainty,
KARZAS TO BUILD NEW NORTH SIDE MOVIE HOUSE
Chicago. June 24.--.\ndrew Karzas, builder and owner of the Woodlawn Theater and the Trianon ballroom on the South Side, has announced a new movie theater for the North Side, at Belle Plaine, Lincoln, Robey and Irv¬ ing Park Boulevard, to seat S.hOO and to cost $1..'>00.''00. There will be fifteen stores and thirty offices as well as twenty-five apartments in the building. It Is claimed the -American Bond and Mortgage Company has made an $875,OfiO loan on the project. Walter W. AIschlager is the architect. Mr. Karzas is quoted as saying he will begin work inside of six months on a new Woo<lIawn Theater, far sur¬ passing in size and attractiveness the present bouse of the same name.
"SUN UP" TO MOVE
--Chicago, June 24. Sun Cp will move from the La Salle to the Great Northern Sunday. "A Trial Honeymoon' , long signed up for that date in the La Salle, makes the Sun Up move

Chicago, June 21 --Miss I.ee Morse, singt-r of Southern songs in ".\rtists and Modids" in the .Vpollo, was the guest of honor at the Innclioon of the .\dvertislng Men's I'O't of the American Legion Monday noon She rendered several of her Dixie numbers. Miss Morse is a native of Kooskia. Id., the daughter of a clergyman. Her first Eastern engegenient was with `'Ilitchy Koo", in which she play<sl here, Siiss Morse is a lyricist and composer, nmonff her best-known numlrers being "Shadows on the Wall", "Lonesome Lltle Plokaninny", "I,ee's Lullaby", "My Red-ITeaded, Blue-Eyed Colleen" and "What Is Love",
IOWA THEATER MEN ELECT
Dos Moines, la., June 2S.--B. .1. Van Dyke, of the Royal Theater, was elected president of the Iowa Theater Owners' Association at a meeting held liere*thls week. The other officer* elected were; E. P. Smith, of Charlton, sec¬ retary-treasurer: N. C. Rice, of Algona; Harry Herstlner, of Des Moines; Eller Metzger, of Creston; J. C. Collins, of Perry; Leo Moore, of Centerville; Joe Smith, of Kt. Dodge, and Edgar Wagner, of Valley Junction, meml'crs of the executive committee.
THEATER DESTROYED BY FIRE
Greenville. Tex., June 2'*.--The Colonial Theater here was completely destroyed in a recent fire that caused a damage of $200,000. The loss to the Colonial reached f'JO.OOO. Th* management has made no statement as to its

1(1. Tickets are going fairly well. The secre¬

tary would like to hear from the road members

as six>n ss piissible. The following members are still on the sick

list: Brothers Pop, Holinsky, Hanson and

Harris. Brother Twombley Is up and about since his operation and expects to get busy

posting for our big frolic. Brother Blake Is at Dreamland Park In

charge of advertising. We expect big things

from him. We regret to report the death of one of
our oldest memht'rs June 2. Brother Oeorge

M. Topack. formerly of the team Topark and Steele. His death occurred at his home in

Bro<iklyn. Newark liOdge wishes at this time to extend Its thanks and appreelatlon to Brooklyn Lodge, No. .`10, for its kindness In showing its respect and sympathy for this

brother.

Bronx Lodge, No. 38

Brother Frank Giovanni has been transferred

from the Forum Theater to the Windsor Thea¬

ter a* temporary manager. At our next Initiation meeting we have ten

candidates for admission. Brother J. F. Green¬

berg has been reinstated. Brother Jack Fonda surprised ns at onr last
meeting by putting in an appearance. He Just

came In from the road and then jumped oat

again.

meeting In July the lodge will

, special election for the purpose of choos-

^

vice-president and chaplain.

Brother David Schaefer Is now general mantheaters in New Jersey. Brother

covers his departments has earned for The Bill- imperative.

future plans.

Edmund Bendhelm was elected trustee of Op-

board an enviable reputation in the burlesque _ _.

erators' Local No. 30d.

and dramatic stock fields. His genial per¬ sonality lias won him a host of friends. Edith Kingston (Mrs. Alfred Nelson) accompanied

SUMMER WEATHER AFFECTS HOUSES IN INDIANAPOLIS

her husband and the three of us talked shop and other things that I enjoyed.
I must thank E. F. .\lbee for the largest

HARD WORDS

Indianapolis, Ind.. June 2G.--Amtwement bouses in Indianapolis are beginning to feel

and loveliest bouquet of peonies of the season.

the effects of summer weather In · general

Speaking of bouquets. 1 certainly was proud of one 1 received from S. G. Macomher. It had been presented to him on the da.v of hls gradu¬ ation from Princeton University and he personall.v brought it to me with his best wishes.
Because she made such distinct personal hits

BALZAC (''bal-zak). Anglicized pronunciation In French ('babl-'xabk). BANANA (bti-"nah:-nu). This is the cultured pronunciation of the dictionaries and
nt the stage. No question that (bu-''na-nu( is preferred by the people. Mason says do not pronounce (bu-'na-no.ooi; ineidentaliy. this might serve as a "clmraeter" pronunciation for comedians. MAICHABELLI (mah-tshah-'bel-Iit. Mme. A Florentine princos wlio has played

decraBse in attendance. Most managers say they are feeling other effects besides those related to temperatures, with the reault that attendance at local houses la from 20 to tin per cent below normal rjmraor patronage.
Interviews with managers of ten leading

in the two character roles she played during (he past season. Minnie Dupree is a bit worr'ed to think she may have to become a char¬ acter actress all too soon. However. 1 don't think any manager will make that mistake when he talks to Miss Dupree. She is a human itvnamo. always active and alert, and an artist
to her finger tips. Eva .\ngevine is a Hartford girl who is in¬
terested in local theatricals and has been a
faithful friend ever since she first met me at (he hospital several years ago. Eva and 1 had a lovely visit the other day and 1 felt better

the Madonna in "The Miracle". MORNER C'raaw.u-nti). Count Gosta ("gaws-tu). Tlie fourth htishand of Peggy
Jo.vce, of Stockholm, Sweden. FOLI C'po.oo-lal). Manager of a chain if theaters, .\ngllclzed I'ronunciation is
gererally u.sed. Italian would be ('po-lii. RIGALI ·tl-''ga-ll), Alfred. American actor. The name is Italian. The ''short-a''
prcnunciatlon is used by the family. TRIE^H (trl;sh), Irene. German actress who has appeared in New York this
season. KEY: (i;) as in "see" (al:), (i) as in "it" fit), fe) as in "met" (met), (ei) as in "day" (dei, (e.) ns in ''there" (&e.u). (<) pronounce close-e with the lip rounding of (o) as in Fr. "monsieur" (mu-'sj<), (a) as in "at" (at), (ai) as in "ice" (ais), (oo:) as in "true" (troo:), (oo) as in `'wood" (wood), (o.oo) ai in "go" (go.oo), (aw:) as in "law" (law:), (oi) as in "hoy" (hoi), (aw) as in "one" (awn), (ah:) as in "father" ("fah:Au). (u:) as in "urge" (u:dzh), (u) as in "water"

bouses reveal a reluctance on thtir part to talk about summer bnsineaa and a po-ltive re¬ fusal to be quoted. One house reports baalneaa 30 per cent under iiorm.it, another 20, another 40, two .V) per cent, while yet another saya hls business la 60 per cent below normal.
Yariona causes are mentioned for thia de¬ crease. the moat common being the automobile and the fact that it can be purchased on rldlcnlmisly easy terms. People are riding these hot nights Instead of going to shows. Tbe decrease la In no sense due to a lack of money, say the managers.

for It. Because he can't get aeenstomed to restlig.
T Daniel Frawley is directing the productions of the Henry Duffy Players in Montreal.
I had the pleasure recently of hearing "Plain Jane'', as broadcast from the New .Amsterdam Theater. "Plain Jane" has since moved over to the Sara Harris Theater and if New Yorkers like her as well as I did, she should be more than a plain success.

(waw:-ta), fuh) as in ''up" (uhp). (&) voiced th-sound as in "this" (ftis), (j) glided i-sound as in "yes" (jes),
(c) hreathed fricative with tongue in position of (j) as in German "Ich" (tic), (x) velar fricative as in Scotch "loch" (lawx) and in Ger. "ach" (tahx), (ng) one sound as in "sing", (t) glottal plosive which in North German precedes all initial strong vowels. Capitid letters represent nasalized vowels as in Fr. "vin" (v£).

One manager said that if be could get goo<l plcturea that would measure up to tbe gr.xde ef bla patrons he would be able to fill hla bouse twice a day no matter what the weather was. but that it la almost impossible to get any great number of rc;illy flrst-claas pictures. "Tho public Is far better educated than the produerra realize," be said, "and perhaps better educated than the producer^ themselves."

Billy Glason. the clever comedian and song

PROTEST AGAINST "CYTHEREA"

writer who is at present delighting Ke'th Thea¬

ter audiences, ha« sent me several cheery let¬ ters which T greatly appreciated

THEATRICAL MUTUAL ASSN.

Washington, June 28.--Dr. Arthur Padro. charge d'affaires here of Cul'B, this week filed

Sadie McDonald, widely known in vsudevilie as well as in the legitimate, has become a

By DAVID L. DONALDSON, Grand Sec'y>Treat.

a vigorous protest against the moving picture ''rvtherea'', charging that it mlsr»'prewnted

beauty snecia'is^. Sadie called on me the other rtav. with her hnshand. who is filling a pictuve

899 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.

Cuhan life and givi-a the impression that hls eoiin'ry Is a land of "buil fights' and beg¬

eecagement. and I must say she is an excel' nt advertisement for her new business She

Office of Grand Secretary-Treasurer

gars". He also said that mlarepresentatlons ence was miS'Cd and we eerUiinly hope to contained in the picture were taken up with

ha- given Father Time a staggering shove back¬

In the issue of June 14 w,is publls' t-d a pic¬ see him wBh us at the next session of the the Waihingtnn representative of Will Hays

ward. Williams and Wolfiis are enjoying their usual
success on f'c Keith Circuit and meet The Billboard every week
Take The Billboard with yon on your vaca¬ tion and te'l roe about your plans for next se.ason. .Address all letters to BBO West ISfith
t-,.ef Vew York City.
THE SPOKEN WORD
(Continued from page 35)
whereas the pantoroinilM may use his finger or » the cant of his head. When I see a good
pantomimisf. however, silent, 1 always feel that I 1 ave heard hls voice and tones. The trouble with words is that they are a cheap com¬ modity without brains and conceptions back of them. Back of words mu»t he the silence · the "rill tori, al paii-c'' let us "ay) that gives ti.' m tiKitivat on. The pantomimlst makes an · V'.i rt U e of t1>c ''rl'etori'-al patise". We see him t · 1. tir.,t. we -ee him get the idea, we s<'e it oi reohite tt.ru his mind and under b's  kin. arid, t o n vve see a result or aetlon. This

ture of three Billyboy fans, viz; John Grant, Charles Country, Gus Flaig We had the pleasur(< of ineetlng two of these brothers last s<ason with the "Laffin' Thru" Company. The.y were part of the big class initiated at St Louis last February.
Brother James J. Quigley, our genial chair¬ man of the laws, appeals and grievance com¬ mittee. Is hu-y hustling these days. He sa.v8 tliere is not mtleli doing in hls line.
Requests arc romiiig In from former lodges for rein-t.-itement and from the look- of things we believe tliey are beginning to realize that we are something they need. Little Rwk, Ark., is tlie latest to be heard from. Let us boar from some more.
This office offers congratulations to friend A. ('. Hartman, editor of The Billboard, on hla niarriage June 18.
We wish to congratulate past grand presi¬ dent, Brother I/Oiils Heinrich, of Cblcago I»dge. on the grand r<-<-ord he has made, he having been a member for thirty years, always In good standing and an earnest worker for our or¬ ganization. He was made a memtH-r of the grand lodge in BKil, at I'biladelphla, by hr-Ing eb i-ted to the finance committee. In 1013 at .s!|>okane, Wash , he was i-|eeted on the laws, aiqieals and grievance eominittee and in lOl-'i at San Fratielaco he was elected to the offiee of g and president, filling that offiee with tlie

grand bodv at .San Francisco In 1925. Tlin-e who contriluitcd this week arc as fol¬
lows; D. J. Sweeney, New.ark Lodge; Frank Giovanni, Bmnx I.odge.
Buffalo Lodge, No. 18
The regular meeting was held Sunday, June 22, with quite a large altennanee. Two candi¬ dates were initiated at this time, Harold J. Fahy and William Sheave, acenlc artists, with the McGarry Players.
Brother Lynch, who has been confined to hls borne with a broken rib. Is coming along nicely
Brother Foster, props, at the Majestic T'ea ter, makes a good actor when the plot calla for it.
Brother I'd Mis-st expects to take props, at the Teck Theater the coming season.
Brother George Swartz, rarpeiiter st the La Fayette Theater, will start on a vaeatton trip in July. He Is going to visit relatives and friends In Colorado and other Western ptilnts and wl'l be gone about five weeks.
Grand ('resident Charles W. T.enke and Brother C W. Roi-kwood, of Toronto Lodge, were visitors nt this meeting. ,\t this time they ezfi'nd'd a formal Invitation to attiml the Jednt picnic at Hamilton, Ont., Biindnv, .Tiilv 13 Atsiut twenty Buffalo mcmh<-ra signiflid their Intent Ion of atternllng
Newark Lodge, No. 28

several months ago. but that recent exhibitions of the film indiratc that nothing had been done. Exeeutlvea of the two Crandall theaters, which have been showing the film, dented this and stated that the requested deletions had been made prior to the public showing of the film.
DISEASE CONTROLLED
Washington, June 28.--The foot and mouth dl-s-ase in rallfornla has been bronght under control almost completely, aecordlng lo a re¬ cent announcement of Department of Agricul¬ ture offlclnls. Except for occasion il flarcups. tlie nutlireak is so effectively under control that the restrictions on tourists and ntilomoblle tr;iTel wittiln the State iiave eltlier been ri-movod or modiflod so tliat there Is prn< tlcalt>' no incouvonience, it was said.
SUNDAY SHOWS ILLEGAL IN STATE OF TENNESSEE
NnshTlIIe. Tenn., June 28.--The statute of 1!K:3, iirolilhiting the n|ieratlon of Sunday thea¬ ters In which tlieatrlcal p<-rforman<-es or mu tion picture shows arc hold, was declared valid and ciMislllutlonal by the State Siiproina Court In n ri-i-i-nl ·pinion filed for publication by t'lilof Jii-*t|ce Green.

serii , of ·! r-rtions is t'lc secret of the art. i nthMstasm of one w! o gave the be-t there was

3'he regular meeting of this lodg" was held

Tlie conviction of the ('onaolldati-<1 Kntcr-

and tl'-it - ri, ,,f tran- tiono is the verv foonda- in lilni. He i.as ahvavs la-en an ardent work- the afternoon of .Iiine 15.

Bii-tness of lm- IirNe Company and ten other operators of

iron of .fV4 I .'

Ttut witt, tile words ready nt ir at alt the granri lo<lge sessions and. sitho not iHirtanee was l-ansaeled by menilsrs pr,.s.nt moving picture shows In Memphis was affirmed

baud, f'lroished by an autboi and learo'-d by aiteiidlug the last at .Minneapolis, his pres¬ Tbc T. M, A. Day frolic commllti-e met be- by the Supreme Court,

A LONDON LETTER
Treating of the "Legitimate"

«'\(|iisi»c|j:

r.rilihh.

Iiy

public,

TM `collcaKUcH

und

ll <·· ni- iinfortnnutc Dial thin atrong rivalry

miiy

iiu' r*>..-ipts i>f tiic vurw.ii' oixriitic

at the Tremont Theater, and "Red" d.iing H o "Sheik ' Vlimping hit at the Hotel Kdvv.irds, Next season .\rnold will he in advance of Bard &. I'earl's produetlon of "The Cloovl Lit¬ tle Devil*", n "Coliimhia Burlesque" show.

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\ I/^ WC** L,VJV,»IxAI\jINt.
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Al Woods Here

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linforfun.jte

. Haptist

Wiun I vi- tad

r.MKiN'. .lino

1 ho Captiol. now nogont '·'"·`bn l.i-t w.-.-u to enjoy Kraiilom

fovr-nt I.jnng

<'rgaiiirationa. but tlii-y accin to liave decided on a jMiliey a-< riirar<l« progr.im,, c.liich conflicta as liitlo as piis^itili' wiili iln ir v.iroMia inlerosta.

Tliiis tiio It. .N. (). f. IS nut |ioi fi>riniiig tJiTinaD ,,ih ra. but la giving a g>.<al .1 a I of Mozart

.,,,.i K..tiio novel,i,., i,» f.iitisi, .

rs. The

tirant Luce, after a short vacation on Broad¬ way, i* P'pparing to take to tlie road ag.tin early in the season in advance of Lasses White's Minstrels.

·

tle.iier. was vlsite.l thia wi. k by

' .XI \V<-Mla. who makes another brief Stay

I

II lo e,. bow work i.s progreasing on

l.iiililma- for Wl.i.h l.e is re-iM.n-itde.

hiiiis the Healer will, he annoiineea.

op. 1111.1'. balbis. elr.. for whleh an

,,,,,,ll or. hh.. s'ra ot.ff ffoorrtty} ppllaayyeerrss w wiillll pprroovvhidlee

|I|P. .vvppee. .ii' IIII Hill Ih- rreeaaddyy bbyy tthhee

,11 ooff tI ·. yy.i.iirr..

Vl.|.a,,t,,iw H . .. .. .

I1 bleaarrnn.. \\VViiuu..ddss ii»» ddooiinngg hIlilss Ilifesatt VV ''ll..--aarrllee lloo lake uupp hhii** ppaarrtt Iinn

«. on your side wlu n flic laindun run 1,1. - pla.v is roll, lo.w d. w.suls has

I an rights and it

f..r b;ni to IraiisiKiri T. arle t.md

K.'lliniy. who giv.s a w.inderfiil

. d pe tieiiilt lo Itroadway. for Ihe ` . la.ii.hlo.ini stage, I sineeri ly hooii>io the

11"! go thru. \\.,..|s stales Hut Hie nixTatinn of the

>1 may tvetilually p.i's to an Knglish com'1 h. re 1*. howtvt r, every reason to
. that he will take an in.-rtasing part

in I...mloIl..ii'»s showlife in the future.

"Scarlet Pimpernel" Film Rights

Itaniii." "r./y (Mrs. Kmmuska narstow) wai

rl ;nt IT in »n a. tom against fred Terry an.l · ' 4ull.i N.-fson. s«.> king a dvsiaralion that she

was iHii. r of sole rights to make tilnis of

Svarlet fimpi.ruel ".

,vel

In l';r' and. with her husband, made the play

in I'.si.t. the rights of the latter tu-ing taken

up hv Hi.' T.'rrys who. under the agreement,

<!aini*.l the I'lm rights. The aiilliore*s elalm.-d

that I'.-' bad no no h rights or If they had

sn.h rghis in the play these were overriden

hv tl. aiiilM.ress' novel rights.

J.,-' r Kve. in giving Jmigment for the

.'.·t.n.I.*n's. s.vid the litter limited their claim

1. Hx Mm rghi- in the play. H app.ared that

I-..1 Terrv h.i.l altered the original pin e. The

-C '..".poyvrniaglhit to Hie novel waa*s tninas«>«ail-

al l... I.i.t 1.1* la.rlsliip .*.nsbler.d that she had

). Trt..I with Hie right* to repr.-lilco Ihe play lo

(!> (, uil.iiits, w ho were given c<«ts.

Busy Lion
1/rn M. Lion ia relH.ar«lng "Tiger Cata**, an adaptation of Mme. Karem Bramson s "1.08 Fehn«»''. prepared by Michael Orme, for a aen.« of matinees at the Savoy Theat. r. The play is a criH. ism of m-slern sm lety worn. n. to If "Hnr Betters'', which ileal* with the same sul.'.'it. Is lo Ix' taken a* evlden.'e of puhlli: Ir'.resi Ml the fatal rffeits of prosperity on the female icliiiiiirras.iter. Lion ought to have a m m..-n..ss. Hi,ih this new annaattllxx-m ma.
NN.e'Xxtt m m--.iiiiffhh II..lloonn rreettuurrnnss ttoo tthhee W Weesstt KKnndd an»s hh..HH,i aa-'.iiihli..-.rr and prodinu. er In prni srentilng hia Md.pisii..n cf K.vfael Sahatlnl's novel. "The Sr ar. a Spanish isa-tume p|p,*>. A new title
Is... M. ... and Ceorge Tully will plkj tl.c pr,,,. ;,.J| ,,,lP

Crittiiccss*' Circle Dines

'e.gs altiging and ti incing. however, the dish

" eniply

.\ tbo to prove that the

f^"'»ion of t onrt Jester were ineinded in his  «''e. the .enaor b id again interposed. Really ··e 1 oreriiiitier .> hirsute |ailt seein« to la- as

troublesonie us King Charles' tofiknot wliich

««''*"iii'Uld.. IIff you rreem mtem mllax..rr.. iinnssiisstt oonn g. IIttllnngg iiinto tthhee aannnnuullss ooff Il>haivvyy II o..pppp.. rrffiieelldda» auddoopptteedd nnmnele.
VVhiit a pity tS'l'rraaiiii''ss' "SSualloom inee" iiss nnoott yyeeit a '''·lalass'l'lee'* ((w whhaatteevveerr tthhaatt m maayy ll»»ee))!! II'V or wwlhen Ib'luTrtt ..M Mkkiinnss ggaavvee nnss hhiiss rreem maarrkkaabbllee pprroo.dlu.

""" "f " fitus Andronieiis'', the head* of Hie

''"Ihic l.mpre.s* two sons were set lu>f..re Ihe 0 I. en us bak.-d in a pie by Hie revengeful

Tltna. And sevenl bands and t.Hier gory tr.iphies of those blood .-iirdling ui.d bbsid-letting

times were down stag. tenter. So when hdrunsH la dead and elassitied (or i' it I las^leizeiin perhaps Hie la.r.l Cli imborlaiii lo

Ivlug Kdnurd the Sixteenth or so will gr.i.ioiisiy

f tmlt Willy Clarkson's great-great gnat-grt-at-

gr.ihilson to prepare a he.id for the entire

Performance of this musleal masterpiet**.

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VA F

1 aui glad lo note that the generous gesture

"wihdieenh, u8a 1 wrote iIn a reeent letter, seemed

'*'e first reuuialle to Is.tter relation* ts'lween *k-.. 1_ta _a _a ·I"' Icglt and vaudeville unions has n..vv Is-en
made. Monte Ilayly and .Vlfred I.iigg met at l'.arr..w-ln-I'arnes. during Ihe week-end and Ifod an agre.ment stipulating umonditi«.n.iJ

mutual reeocnilion of both unions' tickets, a

fortnight's Iru.e. during whieh the

A. and

'- A. K. exeeiitives should confer, and no

'lellmiz.**ton. Heorge fixer. Io.al secretary of

K'deral Conmii. and .\ A. T E. also

sut*.erit*.d to this timely doi-nment.

I' «" to W h-ix-d Hal this will mark Ihe

tx-ginning of the end of a dispute that has regr. tt,M, damar^ the g hs| , a,,sc ,,f

unionism in both pr .fx'sx.nal and lay

· ir-'les. The *zeal of Isi.lth exe. utiv.- for tiie

"eIU.eijg of their re.pe. live m.-nihers wis. loiirse. respvtnsihio for this  ..ntr. leniP'.

I nfortimately the anti-union elements were qitiek to take advantage of a 'plit in Hie union

Tliere is a Very d.-Unito .liv. rgen.-e of in r.spe.t to the federation |MiIiey still to be

n.-goHated. But with h.-n.'sl disctisaion and

g'«sl feeling lls- two Isslie* will N- at'le to meet

one anoti.er on a different plane than that

vvMch ol.tain lately, and the different views

(Hie oiit.'.unc largely of different conditions of

tmploymenl lo a great rxtpot) can doubtless !* cx.mpose.J.

r)«oe, rsl«e-

..

^ , kaaiore

,

"P''"

''nn*<'^ Town at the moment. The tarl Rosa

"·"'"''d at the .New S. ala Theater and Ihe

` tix-rations at His Maje'ty s. Meanwhile the International aeason run hy the tJrand Hpi-ra Bt*y,Tnni«lilciraattof at Ct'oorvrennt t4ltaarn«b!»nn c«*oQnnttinnnu*»eKs tfhh»e'

t ;,rt Itosa ooini .my la atb Ultig fairly eloaoly

|,, ^

progniM. all!o they la gan

this week with a n.ival of Ih ·.iitlhioovveeniisa lliinnee

work, -Kidelio'. iind will pre-i nntt a11 R Itrriittii«'hh

work, Isidore de l.aru's ·'Tie- T Tuurr.e-ee ..M 'Injiss-k.leers".

. iiarlie Bragg, agent of the Jean Bedini ni w  f'et-k a Boo" burlesque show, having a sum mer run at the tiayely Theati-r. B-.-ton. Iia*
done some wonderful work for tliiit -'.ow. whieh qirluded an invitation to all tlx- local

«t iuirriiooiiiissllyy cennoonugglhi iiiinnuollhheerr llilrriittii»shheerr ,,v,.r the Intemation.ils m the p. r-on
pj, ,avcr, leading tenor of Ihe Vienna

wa.re* of .M. Opera,

Iiewspaix-r men to attend with the result that the full of the show.

a dre.'* reli.-ar'al. Boston dailies ar.s

who ia singing at t ..vent tiarih n lids week and

iherebv n aluing the aiiil.iie.ii of hi* lifeiiine.
··piccaTcr'' 1.* Hie sing.-r's u.lopt.-d nom de theater, for he i« a ii.eiiibt r '.1 ii lun.-.diisliire family named I'.  k..ver. the U. S. A. he was I.eard siiig iig hy a miisi. al

Cor the past eight weeks Wallie S.irkelt has Ix-en oeenpying one of the office' of the World
.Xmii'cment .Serviee .\*s»eiiition overlooking I.like .Mieliigan in Chicago, preparing the fire vv.irk* I.iildieily f,,r ih, si».. tit. le of " rokyo".

<.\I>trt wlio udvi'iil liiin to take up singing in Wallie will bave Chicago larly next week for earn.'sf. He ft d so ao<l grailoait il via Milan Detroit to handle the imblieity of the firm *

and fragile to the big position be holds in lowest Iiyrofeehnie speeiaele entitled "Rome

ih.

Crider Nero", to lx- proibiet-d at the (Irolt i

' .\ud so liomc". as I'. pys would ay.

btaduim in I), troit August h' to 17. bai kett

will lx> in New York during July and in all

Brevities

liroliatiility will Ire identified with the ,Se|wvii

executive staff. A younger sister of Meggic Albanesi, whose

death wa* so gr.jil a loss to the l.ondon stage

»n»"*»."r. Husil It. an. Is now under ·oniraet tlo tihne latuter aunidi w vviilnl diiuly appear in " forllovuning pr.Hliii-Hon hy lieun
"HliulttwarVd/l DB..xaiitnnHd'*", Sw'ulattStorxnn V \' ane's great eees*. continue* to draw l.ig hou.ses and line

Harold Hohday. I hear that

`

laaves'. Itaue s m w pieee which he i*

pr'senting on his t.wn a<-count. i* hy no means

to win the same pnhllc piitn'mige 'W Whhiittee Claarrggoo" i1s*.. II hheeaarr,, sseettttlliinngg ddoowwnn ttoo "wbhaatt pprroom miiss,, s< ttoo tt*«.. au tmiionssti ssiiote-..--eess''ffnnll rruunn aatt the PPllaayyhhoouussee,, ffrraannkklliinn DDyyaallll.. HHoorraaccee H Hooddggeess an.| .'lary C' blairree inirr**-- t<hh.-.'tnigg ttiinnee wwoorrkk iinn tthhiiss strong pieee, whii li cceerrttaaiinnllyy ddeesseerrvveess wweellll ooff

I-*'"'!''" piihln.

W hen fade .vtontefiore and Milfnn Bode send

^

World" on tour. Edith

»'"mpan.v the flayfair prodnelion into the I'oiintry . Ktix-l Irving is therefore

r.'iiming ilie p.iri of .Mil.amant, in wliieh she

apix-ared with s<.in.. sn.eess seu-riil year* ago.

^''.herl Loraim- Iik. wise tliMipixar* fr-m the cast of the Congreve play vvlx n It lakes the roiiil. Miss Kviin's snix-rb jx-rforman.-e in this

f.-at c.inody part has definitely established

Charles "Kid" Koster, of burlesque and park fame, was all set for a summer vacation at Lake Hopateong when Hiirtig & Seamon gave him the S. O. S. to handle the piihlicty for flieir "noIIywiHid Follie*" hurlesrine show, that had a preliminary opening of two nights at Long Braneh, N'. .1., prior to Its summer run opening at the Columbia Theater, New York Cit.v, where the vi'iting newspaper men to the Demixratic Convention were guest* of the management at a midnight performance Thursday, June 'Jfi.
William .1. Hiliiar, pres* rppre»en.aHve for the Zeldman A Pollie Show*, ha* been up to old stunts again hy breaking onto the front J>8ge of newspaper*, this time tn The Piinxsuiawney (I'a.) Spirit of Saturday, June 11.
Lillian M. .s.-oit i* another feminine pres* representative who i* doing mtieh to attract patronage to dramatic stix'k presentations, for Lillian is getting lots of newspatier piiblielty for the Comevly Player* at the Comedy Theuler, Toronto, Can.

***

finest actress and lamdon i* expe.-t-

nothing but the best from her hen.-eforth.

-Tobn E. khharf t.oodmanV "I hitin* , renamed

'b.ral* (prohaMy so that it may not be

·'oufused with Elizabeth Bakers excellent piei-e

^'''''''cr name), will slii.rtly b«- in rehearsal under .1. E. Vedrenne's management. A *ti*n'''e cast Iinncclluuddee** HHeelleenn lHlaa.yvee.. CC.. VV.. ffrraannccee,, Herbert Marshall and Robert A.Vnnd.lrreewws.,
Sybil TThhoorrnnddiikkee wwiillll ggiivvee ""TThhee TTrroojjaann
Women" for a special matinee June 'J7 in aid

of the Women's International League at the

T.ew Sharpsteen. better known lo local man¬ ager* and the hill-room bunch a* "Sharpy'*, has given up the hill and rut trunk in advani** «>f shows to become a real performer doing a crystal gazing mind-reading act under the name of Llewellyn with the Crowell Bro-,* Mystery Show, en tonr in Montana.
Harry Mandel. general press representative Ilf the B S. Mos* theater', wa* lex.bred a bachelor dinner at the Hotel .\stor. New York, h.v hi* friend* and a»*oeiatPS In the KrIHi.

Lawrem e D Orsay has returned after an Moss and IT.x'tor hon'cs to eelehralc hi* rotaabsence of twenty-three years. He promiaes ing marriage to a Brooklyn girl.

to stay here for g.**! and all.

Il.rman Klein l.rnk the chair at tIhe annual dim-.r of the ( riiio*' Circle, the organization ef liriiisl, dramatic and miisl. al criH.-s In
Ihe .it .1 n. !· of «. B. Co-'lir.in. Lord Olivier I'f.i. 1 Hi. toast, "Siio.ess to Ihe Circle", in an .smii'itig s|x.e< |i, in which Ihe .Minister O' llhd lively exix-rienies Ixdh as theatergoer and draiiialist. Itne play was banned by Hio ur'.T I,,. 1 xplaim*!. aixl another "resolved

frr.'ecs'cennttgation of Wagner and Strraaiuissa,. Curiously

'

."''·f' o' »hr credit and praise

engendered hy this last company has fallen to

Britisher*. No finer singing than that of

Klorener Austral, as Brnnnhilde. has been given

l>v Ihe Herman and .\u*trian artists, .knd the

praisii that ha* Imen Lavished on tlie orehestra.

Mathesim I.ang has appapenlly decided not io bring "The I'hant.-m .ship" to the We*t End when lie Harts operations there in the autumn. He ha* a new piece hy Prank Stayton, dealing with life in the near future, in which to mako a long overdue and more than web-ome rettirn
l.ondon Town.

THEATRICAL, POLITICAL, COMMERCIAL
PRINTING

tl-lf into a dialog Ix'tvvecn the leading man

and Hic i>rom|>ier."

I' .\. Bnuglian, responsible and disoerning

n-lir of The Daily New*, niadc the hon nx'l

of

, »,.,|,ng ),y assorting "Tlio meaning of

'  ' -I'o' ( in le wa* Hut they could not lx-

He con*ld<.red *'St. Joan* tlx-

ti i't rpi.i, <,f tiif lentiiry anil thought that

1"'! .I' .ir » play ont|iiit wa* extn mely iTodllaldo

an.I I' 1- the drama wa* making good pri»grcss.

H" lh,..|glit that a renaissance of Kiigllsh

drnni.i ,va* In progreas.

.I.'l n Hrlnkwaler wittily made out tlio

lir.imnii'i*' rts,. for bgalizlng Hie wlii|iping

of rill. S. )|,.

tiijt while only wt-ckly

"oiilal or stupidly romaiiHc Ih. mi.* were H. ` hii.t. ,,f drama. ln*lc.id of Hie Ixrole H . m. H ,,f It,,, |tr,.att*st ilrstiiHs. w.* sliall n.*vcr

I'*'. .1 truly great Hx'ator. Today audiences

iiivii,.,! to dcsi on.l lo the level of the

'

. I. rs prcsi-ntcl.

*"'.r six-iikcr* 111. liided Ihe chairman, l.avdy

"I lliam. C. K. Mniini and Jamea Agate.

The Prophet's Head ' I previously remarked tlie head of JoliD ' ''m-H-I roniiln* one of Hie chief uneerlBln*' I Hint iiiict nnoertain sphere of sliow-
' oHvit.v. Hii. oiHratti* stage. Wlien the bi'. · il.iiial 'i-iixon at Covenl Harden started,
ili viT iirtlsl. Hola I.Jiinglx.rg, hid to .nag., with nn empty i-liara.-r by tlie dietiit.' I. (hani|>lon of mnrallty, the laird CinimI. .
· b` ·. oinl pi rforiiian. e wa* men* complet.'. ..- 'll, d.ilnly ilish was set Ix-fore King Herod
lete with a pa|>ier maclie mask of Ihe

^ents hdtonce

Conducted by ALFRED NELSON

ICOMMt XIC.XTIl'NS TO OCR NEW YOIIK OITTCES.)

(ieorge Alabama Florida, on stationery of Hx- Max'll iiiH'ra House. ls>s .\ngele*. Calif.. I ominiinli ati.s to kllle. Emilia, postmistress of The ItilllNuird. New York Cit.v: "Hold my mall until my arrival In two week*' time." ".\laI .im" iliH * not say wl.at lie is doing in the land of fru.ls an-l flowers, ixt d-x-s Mile. Cmilia *ay what she Is going to do with the avalnti' lie of mail coming into oiir ottiee dail.v

Department of Justice vqs'raturs when the local police saw them in the I'nion Depot, Columbus, I'., and the natives couldn't get a drink for love or money until tlie hoys announced tliat they desired Hie court house removt-d in order that they could get the lot for their show, and tlien everyone lia.l a drink, and the local Sherlocks breathed a sigh of relief.

f.-r ".\Iabam", but it will bo here when *'.Ma-

Siiive onr arinle appeared touching on the

biitn" call* for it.

< olorci) agent in advance of colored shows, J.

Eleteher Smith I* getting much press pulilleily for the Chrl«t.v Bro*.' Show thru New Jersey, and Bert Rutherford, g'neral agent in a'lvHiiee. i* getting ni.xny desirable IvH'iitiona in the town* made hy him.

.\. Jai kx'ii. the "l'ac>. " of The l,iIIlM>ard. li.qs b'-en overrun willi colored ag'.nt vi*lter* that ineinded Billy Pierce, l.oill* Schvioler, Ben Simon, H. .\. Mitiliell, and letter* fn-m H C Maxwell. Ere.mini .Mt,.,-. ".lap" Kev-d. "Slim" Jackson. Cliarlie McClain and Charlie

It L B'.vven, agent in advance of tlie CotIon i'lii.ver*. Is Iiitting the trail thru (>tiU», and I. Ming the 'how like a elri-ns, but ^i» tht' wa in vveattier I- making hii*ine" In the Lon-e*

Lane, who emlor'e the plan of having N>th white anil colored agent* in advance of evdored show*: Ihu* ha* Bennie Butler started someHiii'.g for the agents.

1, s, profitable, the show will in ail prob-

Heorge Arnold and Jerry "Red" Cunningham,

al'Hlty close within the next two weeks.

last season In advance of Shubert Show*, are

now hobnobbing In Boston. (5*H>rge doing the

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The Billboard

I I JULY S, 1924

A LITTLE THEATER THAT PRODUCES ALL YEAR 'ROUND
lji When Mrampr spprotrhpe the little theater tnoTement, f^nratlrely speaking, »lts back and
f fans Ittelf until the benefleent eoolneas of fall it felt. There are a few exeeptiona, of course, one of them belnc the Pasadena Community { Playera, Pasadena, Calif.

Tttle Ihmters
(COMMCN'ICATIOXS TO BLITA HlUJai LENZ. NBW YORK omCBSl

CINCINNATI IS HOME OF MIDDLE-AGED PLAYERS
One of our Cincinnati representatives Informs ns that there exists In Cincinnati a group of amateur players known as the floffmsn Pramatic Club, with a memberabip of middleaged folk. .\nd some of the playera have ppeerrhhaappss ppaasssseedd tthnitss saggee d« esignstion.

Altho at present this group operatea upon a twelve-month basis, in the beginning operations

ROISTER-DOISTER

thirty-three present and not one who did not

`'GRUMPY''

J" were anapended during the anmmer months '*'* until It was found, when aetlxltlea were

enjoy the entertainment, games, dancing and refreshments. The 11 o'clock table was arranged

The Rolgter-DoUter Dr.smsttc fktclety of

resumed in fall, a lot of momentum had been

*''' lost and that it was necessary to restore both

° meicber>-hlp and patronage. To avoid this loss *' of the aceuiiiulative etfeet of the season's hard
work. It was decided to try out a anmmer plan. * The plan worked well. Altho anmmer patronage
" waa not as great as that of the cooler months, " ' It proved sufflelent to encourage the jdayers.

"l.ast week w eoncs.iay, .Piine ic, lo o.-

Ihe I..l.tt.le...T.h.ea.ter .T.eaguc ,h1el1d .tvh«e .annnn.uioail

. .

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election of officers for the season 1H24-

to

t.ike otli.-o the first meeting of September. Fol.lowing are t.h. e names of. those ` eleeted Efsdjw_i_n

_i,,, v.,i

_ ,

I'estherw-ix, wno naa taken part .In nearlv

ever/y Jproduction
college, played

of ,tvhe

the aoclety since he /Csy_r.iiil Maude role,

entered that. of'

the^ eccentric old lawyer who solved the m^ysteryf

In this manner the Pasadena Players educated themselves and audience to observe a com* munity obligation.

Pn, There wag also the further consideration of

for

y'"*fly lease on the Playhoif-e. It was

costly to lock the doors. Tlien, too, th**

producing staff, left to its own devices during

the summer months, made permanent connec-

POP tions elsewhere and conid not be counted on

; for fall and winter programs,

I». .'Scheiier, pn-'ident (re-eleeted. third term),

.Iiilia Drown, vee-president (reeleeled. third

term); Mildred Lynn, recording secretary

(second term): Olga I.el>ent. corresponding

seerelaiy ,,

(re-eleeted, , ,

second ....

term).;...TorsephniWr..

Howell, flnanelal secretary: .\nihony C. Birs.

treasurer:

. . .\rthiir

,, P.

rs Fuller,

director of

_pr.x1l.n.c-

....

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tion

(re-elected, ,, thir.d ten. n.).

Ho,ar.d ,,|oj.f

H rectors: A ma Barnefenr. chairman: Adelaide

.H. owe ,,I, CO.Uhes.ter -To. D Bo. rabacIk., aB.a.r.r.e.n. III). Bana-

.

,

'..

picked to give Mr. Weatberwax an opportunity

to demonstrate bis talent la obaracter parts

The performance 'marked bla final tppearan.o

In Aggie dramatirs. Margaret M. Dhea, '26, of

Hol.voke. Maas., had the leading feailnltte roe

_i.« h.ii. <

opi>oslte Mr. Weathcrwsx, who halls from

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.

. i,.., ......

flreeullrld. Mass. Ml«s .shea bsd scored In

prev ous pro^ductions gi.ven t..h.iis year bwy the

' . . _u

..>o < . .

Roister-D, oiste. r. John .M.o.ra.n..'.2-1.. of Amherst.

Ma-s.. played the part of the antblqinae collector

fre All of the foregoing were considered good and Bll sufficient reasons for keeping the playera bu-y sue during the warm months, a plan which has
"N been followed {nr the past three years.

^

The Pasadena Players recently closed their

seventh season with a tliree weeks' run of

"The Follies of Pasadena". This event was

followed by the annual dinner of the orgaoiza-

'"*".D1*!u'' ri ng . *

t*h1.e

.sea. s,on_

1m9-2M3-·'2·>4.

th.e..

L, .

T, ..T...

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gave .

five one-act ,

plays .

(four 

iierfornianres

,

j

of !_

one) and one two-act m, usi,cal comedy, m

adi tioii to numerous vocal, instrumental and

inoiiolog niiiiibers. "I'iays vvliioh 1 have iiiuler eoDs*liddeerraatliooDn at,

lae-ent to offer the i!ie;r appiov.il are as

Boaid of follows:

'RDD »ollsrr eaeeHleitteuoo''rrss

ffoorr i(nonne

V ommf.aiJj·gorreaptart,ws ewalethre

and doubtful morals. Other ^tak. en .by..R. okber.t .M. . rD. arl,,ing,

j -rt

'224. of Cambridge, Ma«s., and Theodore ).

Grant, ,26, of...\n.burnd.al,c, oIm.t.h. of. wh. om .hat.

, . . .u

.

. .t .

liecn prominent in the activities of the dramatic

soc.iety' (his .·year. T.h. e . pla.y was wit.nesse.d by

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audience of students, imrents of the

graduates and townis'ople.

tioD, held at the .Mar.vlaiid Hotel June L't!. Between five bumired and six hundred members of the Players attended the dinner, which was ^ presided over by Cajit. Paul P-rlgord, presldcEt of the Pasadena Community Playera.
Sj The eighth season of the Pasadena Community of < Players was inaugurated with a revival of heel "Lady B'indemere'a Fan", by B'llde, schednled

RICHARD D. CILDURT
Managing direiHor the Proscenium Flayers, New York City, as Bascom Kent, in bit three-act mystery melodrama. "Midnight'*, which went into rehearsal June 6.

aotl, by Max Maiirey; 'The Mask' (one act), by (iti.s I.. Oliver; 'Ember-' (one .act), by
Jeorge M ddlctim: 'The Imimrfance of Being arnes, (ti.ree acts), by Oscar B Ide; The Miloonnkkceyy's lPaaww' (three scenes, one a<ct), by BB*.. B'. Jacobs; 'The Importance of Para' (three acts), by Bcuiah King; 'On Vengeance Height' (une act), by .Allan Davit.

Little Theater Notes
The dramatic groups of Springfield, Masi., organlied the Players' Gnlld, whteb will
pon^ncted along the tinea of the New York Theater Onild. w Wiilllllisam m TT.. SitiiimBnpasAotni wwBilll aac.tt as director, and the plan la to predace high-
grade plays nest season.

atln fur the week of June .`>0. Productions for the sont months of July and August are "The Intimate

"1 honestly believe that the salvation and 1* keepin* my right foot four Inches strength of any IJttle Theater group, with very

The Little Theater Playera of Westport.

p. Strangers'', by Booth Tarkington; "A Night **'°*^^f

during rehearsals."

few exceptions. If any. He In the 'no-star' or Conn., an organlaatlon founded lesa than six

in Off", by Augustin Daly; "Tbe Servant in the

vacationing in tie South `'aalili-.star' play. This Is^he Idea I am going to monthi ago, will soon own their own homo

the liouse", r'ed speare's

by "A

Charles Bunn Kennedy; ShakeMid-ummer Night's Dream", and

"KEMPY" CALLS FOR

k<`ep uppermost during the coming season, and where playe written and stageil by amateurs

with the exception of one play all the foregoing

^ produced. Mi*s Mary As<)uitb, founder

T..

ncte Mrs. Mowatt'a "Fasbiona".

PROFESSIONAL TOUCH

ai-e `no-star' pla.vs, pla.vs wherein every of the movement In that town, announced that

THE IOWA STATE COLLEGE PLAYERS' leading max

When the Little Theater Players of Giendale. Calif., pprroiiduucceedd '"TKeemmppyy'"' aass tthheeiirr closing venture ooff tthhee sseeaassoonn. SSaattuurrddaayy eevveenniinngg, JJuunnee

cliaracter has ample opportunity to show his -r her talent. One reason 1 have for choosing
course la that I personally know of the

Hunt A Downs, contractors, bad offered to b">ld a theater to house the league on property recently a<-qulred on Main street. B ork will

to ifor the past season was Ralph R. Prmy, Jr 14, they. received scoonm.'.e, excellent nnootfiic-oesc,' vMtcr. Weakening influence the `star' favoritism play* '"e started immediately and it It planned to

K-who giadualed this year and whose photograph tere is reprodmed herewith. laist year he was faltl leading man in the Junior cla.-s play. "The the Tailor-Made Man", and had prominent parts in

Or'anville Forbes Sturgis, director of this enter'prising group. Just recently org.vnized, telN ns t,,at when "Kempy", by 1. C. and Elliot xugpnt. was put in rehearsal it proved so

an amateur group, and I have seen some s-[pdieennndiiud oorrggaanni.zzaat.iioonnss ggoo tloo ppieicee*chee.c.an-e ooif
oonnee oorr ttw woo ppeerrsso..nnss ffeeaattuurriinngg.. `"OOhh.. y.teoss!! BB'ee w waanntt ttoo rreecceeiivvee aa*s m maannyy oonnee--

S· eptember 1. T` he eieciiMve l>uard of the
uiovementacoIInIa'alsti Xoirf ^AA'illiamJP. Trent. Jr ;
KKeennnneetthh Bftcoohtieelldd. DDrr.. 9S. iW. Sherwood, Frank

a lo plays during hU school career. He was the difficult for the amateur playera that four »'» P''^* »» I*o»sibIe from 'uuh. ard of at Henry Klee, Mrs. lYasler letera and Mary

for leading man in the big musical comedy of the professionals were called In to insure the !"`sent' authors. My tentative (irogiam call* -A-iuiin.

_

Bfprewnt year, entitled `'Melody Magic", by

T 1 Homer Huutoon and Buth Eiaine B'ilson, of the

of t classes of `2.3 and '24. respectively. It has

I

ibHc--eenn oouurr pprriivviilleeggee ttoo

^

ppllaiyy aanndd hbuum m ssoom mee

ooff tthhee stoonngg hbiittss

ffrroom m M ^lo'.

""M UJeea

1 1

0 o «

dd yT« Id

Magic «*«J y find

smooth performance which he felt was due this

clever American play.

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* ti **.**''^ ng s a repor co ce i g e

P'*^ scored a Iau:b-trinmpb which
rcooncVkendi the audience with spasms of merriment.

T"``y

shrieked aloud at the comic

"unthly prodncHons of one-a. t pla.vs, so you can sec we will need a number of tthheem m,. 'pHiieeiie are many more Dun-anys. sSl!ei.«wwss. Drink,,w.^a(tpers. O'Neills, Pollm-ks- and Rita John-on \Aouuunngg«s. BB'hhaat w«e want to try and do it flimndl
them." Mr. Fuller's address ia 22 Storms a»reennuc,.
jersey City, X J. T

.Aa Commuunity Theater group was recently

e-.iaNlthed in Plainfield, N. J.. with aeventy-

Upvve members, -omo of whom have bad pnnai-

f(i.-«.ttiioonnal rexxperliencre.

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Theater, the Quincy Art ,,,.b and the Qu ncy Music Club Quincy. HI..

them tuneful and

Harold Brewster, teacher of T///? HOI Y REDEEMER PI AYER'S

M t-

dramatics at the Glendale High School,

OE DETROIT MlCIf ^ ^

`

Young Mr. Urmy

Brewster, a professional actress

ULIKUH, MIL11..

tthhee eessttaabblliisshhm meenntt ooff aa ccoom mm muunniittyy hhoouuasee, w wiitthh excinnaslivoe stndloa for each group and an

has also played

gg Ramona In the outdoor

George IdvBlanc as their president, auditorium to b«e .hared by the three.,

leads in "Claarreennccee"".

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that name given at Hemet under the

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Vmiiklmr.lr

of G.met IlCme. m-yed Jan.

^Wfuce rowers and Philip v«p*ai rf*tA f ffi · P11»n Mttvlrjk
·Vre«r;:r.®^^ (ir::;

The aadltorlum of the new C.r.h.ge (N. Y.)

ml", and Important a-umed the role of Ben Bade, and proyed his part, in "Daley" aMllt, a* a comedian. Mr-. Dorothy Morton-

During the them handling their roles well. ""

and "Bollo's wild Hastings, formerly known In musical comedy

Billh o,t". He Is a member

tlie Iowa State on the Great B'hite B'a.v, but now married and ` ^

" t,BM o«

. Ta Colleegi e cchapter of tlhwe National Collegiate Playf* m"fr ^ h, oiioraryv dramatic fraternity, and is a real-

'"'^'''dent of Pl*i:ttttshbbuurrKg. PPaa..

i-.'Pi

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.

Professsoorr Lesier RUaaiitnieexs,. ddiirreeccttoorr ooff ddrraam maattiiccas

C^at the IIIooowwnaa SM stlaattee Ciroolillb. egee. uuim mi.lleerr wwhhoois^ee dfriliilrrreeecei--

tion Mr·.. 1 rmy has playe.,dI., is now teaching

/^ur-es .....1. ppilaa.yv pprr.,M MHl,iiccttii.o.nn aanndd ppllaayy sseelleeccttiioonn iinn

residing in G(.Ilrenn.dIale, gave a m.oesit capable per-

fuormance of the yoiingc-t daiuigghhttier, Ruth. It

fctair** ban lo^-t

cirver an

Iinneg*e*nnuue as Mr«. H IlaansttiDinzz*s:. ,,it handl.d bt.y« M Mrr,s,.
^^s Charlehsan(GdJlotwd anb,y PMaur.l.

MHiHIIliIIo.o..jTrrgghcCCiCa'e...n

ootbu«*rr plaarrm ta Vaaannndud*ee*ww Haaafit«ee*rrr,
and George

xhe latter as Ke.imnip-.vyy did. .soomme clever

rep. a ted the sm .-esas hh,e. made e.airlier

,, j -- -- . p TUP 4TPf? PPPiT ` P

oLUKr-o /-V / till I ALKill

j.j., .Tx..nul.sa.,

hhOpeo..kat.dd,linnJ-ggunooeff .*.I%aa,,

nnefwwas lItt<.imn econtinunling*

IIi«nn« a*«

TT'rf.inho.**.l.>.l.owT'Tt.rrs.:bbi..uu.snn.a^ex,.

" *'«JI' "vc tlh'*at pl·a·`c'kkec<l the AVork-hop to `"lufity enjoyed one of the bee--tt--aaccfetc.1l ami

<?^the summer se-kn of the college. He Is

planning to prpent the festival "Oalrm". by

Catherine

Ne..-dliani;

an

l.gyptian ,

tragedy T> ...

and ,

,a program of , thre.e. on. e-a; ct pla·y-.. Booth ,T,,ark-

ingtoD s Bimlio. the I'lrate , and Tin* (.host

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,..r«

Story , as well as an original play, ' Phe

-w..rhhper.,.BU. ro, nze I.,Jdo.l."., Lby .rR, u.t.h. Ib.-l.a.m· e «Wir-iilson, success-

the .fill authoress of two Iowa State College

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·ir in the sea-on as AV'aalleennttimnee.,. itthoe Hdeonnttlu-t. in
Shaw's 'You N ^.-.ver Can T.e-lIl'. FEa-t,er ww<e-e.'kk

ttibll,ist ccoo_ m mpp_ aannyy uunnii.tt.ee.dd w wiitthh tthhee, OOnnr.rr.aiattnorino Cflliuihb in

vviissuuaall,,iizz..nngg 'HHilaawwaat.th.haa'·as nBB-.'.-ddudd.iin-ngg Feast'. To

G ,, ranville Korb.e.s S...tu.rgi.s, with hi* life-liong

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lalsir* in the w.>rld of the th.-at. r. um«t ls`

given full credilt for the situtc-ccee----fiil season of this new Little Tli.'Sa.ter Ce.ormappnany.

Diterree*sit-nli.oludilin.g pla.yi* ouif tluhe LI.iutntlae Tlaheeaait.eir P'''s".Jv-eerrss'' swe-taa-oon when 'The Paacckkeett"', w wrriitttte.ni
fdii'ereectiecd by one of their own member*,

>"`''>*^0

Dl.k.n-..n. wa* prew-nfed last night

"The drama, whb h wa* adapted by Dirk1n*on

from the Ihree a. t piny 'The Gambler', In

which .lane C.»wl *t.irr.*d, will be repeat.-d t.iiiight at 8:1.*( in the AA'orksbop at KKIS South

I "_^*|*"*'*''^* come les.

infinite patience, ami an iuinn<.aanin.v abilit.v to .Main street, and will clo-e the season for the

with'/^ CHARACTER STUDY

... ni/ misliti^K

Rn .

Bn .

OILDBCtDR'Tl*

t lem. In commenting on the photograph of him-elf

·the reprodu,.-d in these columns, Richard B. Gilbert, m managing diiector of the Prosi'eaiaio Players,

.>''.rNew York, the mcmliers of which organization

Ibm iIliave Just npass-s«id from boyhood into that sUge i desiIggnnatfed as ''youths", stated:

coax the l>a·t*e'"n*t ct-aappaabbiiliimtieess ffrroom m his company, uand g|?likv*ee a· ww^elll»-rrooiinnini<d*e<dl, w w<e*llll--sRttaKged prudm-tion. Dr. Sturgis is wwaavveerriinngg lIas--ttwweeeei,i an olT.-r to ,,jrp,.t , siiiimmmm<.--rr s»ttoo<<'kk iinn AAmmerica amt an
aaHlluurriinngg pprroo..ooooaaJJttlloonn ooffffeerreedd hhiim m ffrom Ormaay.

T·f'Hf JEr-- Lf Ir-Ty-T.TL-r E/' T-r-HFIEJ-Ai'TTE'j'Rii Q zi/p7 JipnfvfScEnYv rCtITTVY N\7. JI.

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I.lttle Theater I'l.iyer-. '?lrs. Florem e Rla. k, in the leading role. Is-autifnI and conylnclng, rising to the
, ijnux in an extremely arlistle manner. si.-wart, as the villain, plai.-d hla part well, as
did H, B, Bogga-. ,h<* victim, and B', B. Diw-on and Mrs. .Mildred Fowler, the two S'-rvaiits.

We made approximately forty 'ahoU'. with -eric-only» one fra..u,x. pas when taking t.h1.i.s. pboto.-iiid I'graph. This occurred when Mr. Wright (of-
.ficial proscenium photographer) , oidered me to

t**'" as follows;

`On the evening of the eleventh of June

held

miniature lMO>|uei, celebrating tbe

"A fantasy, 'Pierrot Steals the Moon', was the eiirtalnraiser, and was presented In the
-sine finDOs maonnneer as `The Packet'. Mrs. Multel jiTayeil the role of Pb-rrot admirably,

Meuiberi of the dramatk. riass of tbe Central High Ss'hool, BpringUeld, Mass., presented IJlidgarde Flaiiuer's oiie-a<'t play ``Maosioas" in tbe auditorium of the sa-hool tbs night of Jane >':<*. In the last were Louise Dsvis, Nstslie
... .. tt. eenn.ttee. r asond e W Baarrd , Huiirrllljbut. Kllzalietb illll, Iin·sltructor of the class, ddirected tbe play, tbe sc,e.n,,,e.ry for whie.'b was t urned out by tbe art d.parimcnt of the mIhwI.

PLAYS PLAYS

B'* bsi* ih* nr«e*t and asott attra-'tlve. aa wall is III* largr-t sMiiruBw.l of plays In Iho world Ik'Od four Lvuu for our new I .at.

SAMlJEJ-u F'RENCH

Oldril pl(aInycipirupborlauUhedr$HianltIkt tmtld

2t-30 Wsst JItli 8trs*t.

NEW YORK CITY.

smsiicEiio oiHUL Lrw'vrRrc'tiV nuLiiui
((''ita.n-ted with Uwla liailstt'i Office and the L.lb* 1 lirstta Hsrvlcs Bureau )
Tbs Only liisutuilon I'aanblDb.g TrsJnlnc end b>-
f»*e«aeol. layUf mm-b gX Ttas. Ikixaw of Bcb'"*-

hand, place my left hand on my chin and assume a sort of appraising or ruminating expresaion. .As you aee, tbe left band and arm were aoppoacd to be paralyzed. Tbe hardest work of ail,

suci-eas of our production of 'flie B aiily of tieBeach', in which appeared (in the chorus) j numlier of girls wlio were uot then uiembera of the Little Theater league. There were

while Ren Putter as the iioliceman, .Airs. James R .McChIs- as 'the girl of Ithe miMMi' and .Xithiir Black as `the voice from the audience' delighted all with their line interpretatlona."

,41 «o iNiiiti Miappy IDiiw ngs. r.iatUr and Iniiructtwe. ISalds Art fiervies. O-t, Othk**"- *'·-

I

(OOlOfUICICATlONS TO OUB CINCINNATI OFTIOBSl

· niip ·· Tim BnnUam. "Thf Mlnatrel Man which wa* nanr »n<l whistled a'1 OTcr tlila , .,,n, Ii \ .aDd ', left lUrmlngliam. Alt., re- country, and "I Had But Klffy Cents",

lent * I'* J"'"

J**"*"* Ad.ima Floatinc Then-

"icr to do hi:ick-facc c'>medT In the afterpiece

.,nd for kpr.- altlee. Jim will remain with the

hotrboat until tlic raln«tre1 sea-on op<-ns. as

ha- alrendT slyned op with one of the Itrfo

minstrel tronpea.

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Ben McAtee, a memher of the Coburn Minatrela for tereral Reason, breaks lons-maintalned sllenco to say: "Jim Bonham, comedian. with the Dan Fitch All Star Minstrels, recently
Mobile, Ala , bis boyhood home, visit<nr old friends. Would like to know what's

mc-e wSBerln* several weeks SRO that

"T****^

«""> Vermont's typewriter

.sI».rfoot'' r.affney Is back In Tabdom now ">ese days. Hear be and Body Jordon are to

M Isv ''Xlim'' Llvlneston. the black-face ehallen»e Bert Proctor, champion one-finger fTTer of Homestead. Pa., tell, ns that he was «"»'*». '"`>0 served bis apprenticeship on Pop Ilaver-lnc with a tmv who halls fro» Black Coburn's machine. r,ordon Hunt, hoofer and

Monnttln V C near Asheville, who had seen ·^r".-fo^f''wlfh a tabloid show In the latter
Sn.i.foo
city recent y.

`bow `he past two seasons, was married recently Henderson. Ky. I'll close with these few
remarks as I have a fishing trip scheduled to

Whi'n' V Ward and Ralph Cranto. of the Pour. K'eminR Minstrels, were struck by an antoBiobile In C.len Oardner, V. J . June 11 Mr. Wtrd suffer-d a fractured pelvis, many hmlso^ and a ma-lied finc-r. while Mr. tiranst .

befin at 4 a.ia. Will be back with Coburn

Minstrels as comedian and trombonist la band (.essoa. Am spending my vacation at

MoWle."

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FROM LONDON TOWN

BUI and L.-o IViran of Al. C. Field Mln«fre!s hctd'lned an entertainment given for the bene¬ fit of the Knifhts of Colnmbns Boy Scouts' Band at Columbus In«tltiite. Poughkeepsie N. T. June 2<T. They did some of the steps for which they have b*-i.-ome fimons In mlnatrel-y Bill IV>ran sls) did a comedr sot w'th J'm Mnllen. leader of the Bov Scouts' Band. The ifolps of the pair had the audience In an up¬ roar. and c'o'.d w th a trombone dnet. Poughtrrpsle performers. who accompanied the PortBs on the recent trip to Creat Meadow and Clinton prisons, took pert In the entertalBment.

Tha Vaudeville Field illbeard Office. 18 Charing Crose Road, W. C. t
By "WE8TCENT''
Armistice Between A. A. and V. A. F.
V ONDON, June 14.--It would be ill of any

NEW THEA-TERS

A member of the J. A. srason pens the follow ng t'.itium -hi'W may be sur the `chance-' they took ·ilesboard n*vir the end dcntly wre sidetracked their dr»t1natlon. Word of the members advi«ca celre the pne-eed* nor an; reaching the ahow. The

Plans hare been revised and the theater at Longview, Wash., which will rise on Vandcrcook Way, will be much larger than originally Intended, ns an additional lot has been acquired.
Contract baa been awarded for tb« gonstruotlon of tbe J. B. Biggio pictnre bouse at Steubenville, O. It will cost a;<proxlmately IF200.000 and have a completely equipped stage, capable of offering vaudeville or road shows.

"8e Lew Dorkstadrr Is coming out once ore." peas  lover of Ihe minstrel form ef eatfr'slnment ''Well, I think tlAt la what the puhlh- wants--a n-al big minstrel ibow after a^lung eirge of bare-ktn revues sneb as It ha- been aiibj.-.'ted to.*' ho adds lliiid von. t'l.it l« one man's oplDion. Anyway, If a 1FJ1-'2.T edition of th" Ih-k-t.-ider MinstreW hei'onna a realit.r a great many of the old time t'eaterg^ers will welcome a revival of tome of ti'M-W-tader'e nftcri'locos of hi" own oom;!o- tii.n and -ome of the song hits that siaile 1, m famous such S" ''Ohl M .4u«t n".

THE SPOKEN WORD" STUDIO

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OLDER ACTORS come for practice and oritlcisra. DRAMATIC READERS learn all about the latest play. FOREIGNERS learn cultured English, without blemish.

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Phone Endicott 8682.
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PliF-STIN'TS
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Razing of buildings for the construction of Tbe State, the $2,000,000 pictnre bonae which ·will be erected In Woodward avenue, Detroit, will begin next October, a. cordlng to announce¬ ment made by George W. Trendle, general manager ef tbe Elinsky Theatrical Enterprises.

within a short time the theater in course
of erection by tbe Bradentewn Amusements.
Inc., at Bradeutown. Fla., will be completed. It Is constructed of hollow tile, stucco covered
tand of ornate design, with a seating capacity
of 1.200. Besides pictures it will be cspable of sccommodstlng road shows.
MINSTREL SHOW GUIDE!!
t50 End MfVi's Joke,. 28 Songs. 9 O.-iBpivte Skrtchci. 8 Moiielogun, 4 Stump Sree-hes. brshles compleU Inst run lo: , on "ta re and progrtas arrangements, rehearsals and "maktur". fr.im start to Ihilah. 2Sc. COLLINS CO.. I97 Foltsn St.. Brwklyn. N. V.

"OLD DOC GAGS"

.\Iwiys leire thr-n Uuthinr when you say goodl^tw Old Hoc Gaea, ·Punster" (Joke hiok', 25 cents. Lat-

eat Mlnatrel Jokes ai.d Crns-flre. tl.OO.

DICK UBERT.

52I West I59tli Street.

New York City.

FOR SALE OR LEASE--Washhum's Tliealre. Ches¬ ter, Pa. · Seating capacity 1.5u0. Pler.'y Simery. Big
S'ags, two Picture Machines. large Kimball Organ. PUiiO on Stage, one in the pit. .All li. g sal ortler. .Address LEON WASHBTRX. 131 Newbury St.. B.ieton. Marts.

Ladies' asd fients' Elaatis Belts and SUPPORTERS, for Dauclng. .Athletics and Reiliiclne. Edward Kennard. 131 W. C3d St. NSW YsOi City.
Phsat. Cdiuiabus 4069. Sand for new Circular B.

By HENRY A. MASON.
A Play Dsnlrtlni ths Hormrt and Eflscts 01 America's Acknowledged Peer of Oangersut VitsA A STARTLING EXPOSE OF THE DOPE TRAFFIC.
Managers In Central states send y. uT open time a* I get full t'artlcularj wliy al) Kederal. Staid. Munliipal aid Welfare .sialetle- will give th - iSaj llieir iiii>ral auppert.
ALBERT DWIGHT. 20JS Railway Exekaagd Bid*., St Leuig. MisMurl.

FORT SMITH.ARK

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The Billboard

JULY 5, 1924

cult. Charlie was In .\merica some five year-

Be 3pieP.~

Obviou/ rea/oTv

Be aj" ^oupfeouj'aiCS/oucan. But 3e 3jveF^

,/'

Voltaire '
^id to

The Billboard

L nEL^eTiu^.-' ».

-I'doej not nece/zari ly V
'1 endorze the Viewz / '^..ocprezred in "thiz *; ^ depapiment^nop./

4 i cpEN-_ im_m _ _ .

1 Dizagpee witK ·)·
evcpyfKii\qfyou/<w:r jiv, but will defend j
to the d^atKr* ^

·>;.-taRe exception' If^ouapeameinbePoFfhePpoFesj^/on,

' i tothenveith^*:

^ou can j'ayyouppayhepe

ago, wlien he secured carnival attractions for this country.
"Tons of Money", tlie musical farce, eon eludes Its Sydney run next Friday and w li be withdrawn for the time lieing. The sh'iw was tvell patronized and Is twlng taken off I tlie height of its isipularlty In order to makway for Seymour Hli ks.
De Ti'ne and Reynolds. Canadian actor-, will lake tlieir drniiwtle eonipany for a tour of Queensland this montli, after a long season in Brisliane,
The Fisk Juliilee Singers (mostly coloredi

are ii > .Vorib, where they are apis-aring und'T

maiiagenient of .Marshall Palmer.

Offers Information on Florida

*`I know some of God's finest people who

I worked for a well.known man.iger a few

Victor Moss, Queensland film advertisin.;

l.iikp < ity, Kla., Juno 1`0, IftJt.

make their living playing under canvas." Seasons ago who carried III' two small children, iiisn, left for England and .Vmerica last wee;,.

Kditiir '1 Ilf Killlio.ird:

What lieticr proof of my statement than the tin one occasion, when his wife was playing The tour Is in the nature of a vacation.

Sir -- A tiiiinlifr of hliowmon and misieiuns

wlio iif\fr xi'itfil rioriilH during Iho orr-soavin

will 111- iiimiTiK lliis yoar, and <|iiilo a fow

will foiiif for tlif rfamin Hint Ihry are inis-

inforiiifd. 1 will gladly Kivo any nlll^iyiun or

^tlownlaIl Inillifiil informution rogarding any

Kind of IniMiif-s lir may wisiti to onlor into.

1 Know llif rfiil «'Nlato doalors lioro and iii

larioii' otlior jiarla of Florida, alM> tlif lifst

road'* to rfai'li lo'ro liy aiitoinoldlf, and will

giro lliis information Irof of flnrgf to tlioso

asking, .lust iiii'loso a sfIf-addrossed stamiiod

invfloiH.

(Sigiifd) J. NONCE.

Service Praised
Now York, N. Y., Juno lit, lOJt. Editor Tlio IlilllHiard:
Sir--You will {iroliably be intoro.sfed In learning tlie history of,a letter that eame to me thru jour ollirf.
On June 7 I>. E. Sanderg of Clarkg, La., sent a letter addressed as follows: ·'A. J. Itatb,
"Care The Billboard." On June 1:.* the letter reached tne at S-M) West End avenue after a number of addressee.

few words at the end of that little adverisement '

.\clors are liiiman--very human! They arc

never really bad p<'opIe--some are better than

others, ttwt's all. Down in their hearts they

are iilwa.vs eharitahle and there an- very few

who do not love children. We have all known

some lovable, charming kiddies in the profes¬

sion.

*

Tlicre arc actors and actresses today who

have been knighted and honored by the world's

royal monureh'. .\nd they were once actor-

children.

Bless the manager who approves of children

in his Veompany 1 Luck, prosperity and glory

must come to him!

In the veins of the author of that little ad

from Nebraska there flows the royal blood of

a prince and throbs a pulse that beats upon

the quick sweet chords of life! In his mind

there lurk thoughts that are beard in heaven!

His heart is filled with a psalm! He is the

kind of man who docs not forget he was a

little hoy himself once--the kind of man you

can pin ymir faith to.

More power and suci-ess to yon. Ralph

an emotional scene, tlie air was ri-nt witli the 'lineks from thi' hahy. The lieaiitifnl ingenue jiirf was forgotten --friend wife left the stage midway in the s. ene and reappeared shortly to finish the dialog vvilli the still wlilni|M'rlng haliy in her anils. Not only that, toit she was very indignant hecaiise I had not nislied to her dressing room and attended to the child at the first cry from the darling infant. And Jiist last season a manager liked children too. but Was less fond of one when ho di'covereil a musician's sinall son on top of the piano (In the manager's home) attempting to dig the eyes out of the figure on a very exiM'iisivc lamp. And when said muniigcr tis'k the little one down he was treated to some rich profanity. The ehild's mother laughed iH'hind Iirr hamt and wondered where In the world tlie baby learned that, and told him he must not talk tliat way again. .\ bottle of fine perfume--a gift--was missing one night from my shelf and was discovered In the hands of a five-year-old girl--the iiottlc. not tlie perfiftno; the latter had lieen iionred in the gra-s and the Iiottlc filled with iH'tildcs. When I complained to the mother she merely said; "Well, she's only a

Tex Railey, .\nierican iwrformer. who firs'

lirnught the act of Bailey's lai'lng dog- t i

Australia, left last we»k on his return to th

Staten. He has been (or some years very sif

cessful as a saloonkeeper in Vletorlu and cl.-e.

where. Ilia family name Is McKinney and he

takes liaek an Australian wife. He la du"

buck here at the end of the year.

Musgrove Celebrity Vaudeville Is still going

well in New ZeHlsnd, where it is b<'ing pre

senled by

It. .Shepherd, former Puller repre¬

sentative In .\merlca.

Baric Msrschcl, wdl-known .New Zeiilanl

theatrical manager and whilom actor, was puh-

lii'ly furcwellcd last week in .Auckland. He

taken a long holiday, duo to ill health.

The recent railway strike In New Zealand

affected show business to a very oonsiderabi''

extent for some weeks. The trouble is now

over.

Lillian and Oirts. an English act, last week

o|H'ued on the Fuller Circuit in New Zealand.

Grace rrlslle, .American classli-al dancer,

made her .Australian api'carance at the Tivoli

Tlicatcr last Saturday. Site is something new

in overseas offerings and her work has made

1 bad even forgotten that a forwarding ad¬ Moody!

(SignedI WILL H LOCKE.

child--she didn't know what if was." .\nd a hig arp*'nl to lovers of the poetry of motion.

dress had been left with your offlee, but any¬

way your oltii'e forwarded it to Itik W. Wth

street, a former address, ht!t that house la

vacant and is undergoing a remodeling; In

fact, it has been vaeant since last Xovemher.

Erom that address It was forwarded to -O'.'

W 10"d street, my suhsenuent address, and

from there to my present one.

1 consider it remarkable that it got to

The Billboard without a city Identilication,

and the forwarding from your offlee so quickly

so that an imiiniixrly nthiressed letter was

just five days reaching New York City from

Clarks. La.

1 am framing the enveloi>e as a memento

and 1 just thought yon would like to know

about ft.

(Signed) A. J. BATH.

Children--the Other Side
Dallas, rei.. June 13. 19.'4. Editor The Billboard;
Sir--I have fust finished Miss rrent's letter concerning children on a show. I quite agree with her in every partii'uliir and have repeatedl.v seen instances sinh as she names. .She is right when slie says that it is not the fault of ehlldren but of the parents. It is a wellknown fact that few .tineriean parents attempt to control their children or teach them consider¬ ation for others. On the contrary, children are allowed to do exactly as they please and if their elders are annoyed to the verge of exasiH-ration and speak sbanily they are B'-oused of not liking the little things or making allowance for childhood.

later a performance was held for fifteen minutes while a couple of angry m'dhers decided whether one cliild had any right to hit another on the head with w pop liottle.

Oh, assuredly managers may like children --

particularly if they have nono of their own

or if they liappeii, a- is usually llie case, to

be up In their lulls, hut how alsuit the harassed,

nervous |M'ople who must study and are ex¬

pected to reme to rehearsals with their thoughts

on said parts--people who are uiiii«ed to young¬

sters and who might love children in their proper

place--a home. As Miss Trent observes, no

other business firm will allow its employees to

fetch along their offspring when they report for

work. Why sliuuld a show be turned into a

kindergarten or a nursery?

(.Signed)

MARIE HUNT.

Bailey and Cowan. .American jazz comedian.', returned here from South Africa la»t week and will leave on their return for the Htatr.s In a fortnight.
Seymour Hicks opens at the Grand Opera House, Sydney, next Saturday in "The Man in Dress Clothes". On arrival here yesterday the famous English actor was given a civic re··eptlon.
Ro'ie Rifle and Company and the Philmert, who came from Amerl'-a a few weeka ago, are now playing the Tivoli Time.
·Alan Wilkie, English actor, is presenting bis Shake(M>arcan com|>any fpr a brief season in Newcastle.
Some very amusing evidence eame out in cross-examination at the recent claims befon* Melbourne .Arbitration Court, In which tl»'

Extending Their Activities

Actors' Federation was directly concerned.

Brewster, N. Y., June II, 1J);:4.

Editor TTie Billboard:

Kir--Next season those assoi'iated with me in

managing the rrovineetown I'layhoiise--RolX'rt

Edmond Jones, Eugene O'.Neill, James Light.

Stark Yming and WIeon Throckmorton--are to

add the Greenwich Village Theater to our

activities. The lease h.is already been signed

thru the co-operation of the builder of the

theater, Mrs. Marguerite Barker. These two

bouses will be operated together with a single

and permanent company of actors appearing at

both

The program of plays is now definitely

selected. It includes Rostand's final pla.v,

"The Last Night of lion Juan"; two new plays

by Eugene O'Neill, ·Thsire I'nder the Elmg"

and "The Great God Brown"; two plays by

Stark Voting, "The Saint" and "The Colon¬

nade''; "The Murder in the Whistler llisini",

by Edmund Wilson; "Beyond", by AValtcr

Hasenelever; "Much .\do .\fHnit Nothing", n

Gilbert and Sullivan revival in the spirit of the 7<is; "Love for laive", by Congn've, and "The

Brothers Karamazoff'. by Jaciines Copeau.

The hasis of the permanent company will be

a dozen players who have api»'ared in our

production this season, but in addition to these

we shall need a certain niimher of actors and

actresses to whom the quality of the above

pla;.s and the idea of repertory make a genuine

apiieal--players of intelligence and distinction.

I am hoping that this letter may catch the

eye and arouse the interest of some such men

and womea.

KENNETH MACGOtrAN.

"We Like 'Em!"
San Diego, Calif., June 14, 19:!4. Editor The Itillboard;
Sir--In a recent numts-r of one of the world's greatest I'Uhlieations -- rhe BilDioard--tls-re ap¬ pear'd a modest little advertiwment that sl.o'ild liave licen printed in letters of shining gold! 1? Was from a repertoire company in Nft'ni'ka wanting ai tors and if coinlndcd with `If vou liav chiMron bring tlicm on--we lik' 'em."
M.inv eont'iriis ago thire lived a man--the Is-t man fh" world has ever known--who gave out a -iniilar expression (see St. Matttv-w IP: 111.

AUSTRALIA

By MARTIN C. BRENNAN,

114 Castlereagh Street, Sydney,

SYDNEY. May 21.--Ada Reeve, whoge retire¬ has celebrities in Nonl and Horace, Florence

ment from tl¥' stage was announeed in Smithson. Jay Laurier. Will Hay, Tom

several jiapers here lii't week, now gives Finglass and others, all from England and

the rumor an emphatic denial. She says a America.

tour of New Zealand is already arranged for

Vaudeville conditions around the suburbs are

her company, after which she hopes to prewnt very quiet just now, as the cooler weather is

revues at the Palace Theater if present negotia¬ almost upon us. In'the city, however, business

tions with J. C. Williamson, Ltd., can be is lieing well maintained.

brought to a succp'sf'jl Issue.

Irene Franklin is said to be coming oat

Eve Lynn, new English musical comedy star, here this month as headliner for the new J. C,

to replace Gladys .Moncrieff, arrived here from Williamson Vaudeville t'ompan.v. Bransby

London a few days ago. She will be featured Williams and -Mice Lloyd are also mentioned

in "I.ilac Time", to he produc'd here by Dion iis being booked for -Viistral'a.

Boucleault.

Harry W» Idon, English comedian. )»as ip'en

The Meltia Grand Op<'ra season is still con- ..k'-d for the Tivoli Circulf. He is one of

spieuou'ly successful in MellKuirtie and this laitidon's topliners.

despite the very high jiriees prevailing. The t'hiirles Ilackeft, American tenor, has created

Sydney visit of this mammoth aggregation is a tsix-offlce rci'ord for a singlc-lianded enter¬

eagerly antii-ipat'-d, in view of the already big tainer. His extended season at the Town Hull

advance bookings.

saw capacity at every is-rformance. E. J.

W. J. Douglas, g'neral manager for Hugh Graveslis'k. former manager for E. J. Talt, is

J. Ward, was in Melbourne last week, thence han'Iling the American.

,

to Adi'Iaide, wlii'rc Iw is arranging for tin? Master Ixiuis Ratncr, Juvenile violinist, re¬

presentation of "The O'Brien Girl'' and ceived generous praise from those who wero

"Little Nellie Kelly".

privileged to attend his recital last week.

Alien D'sine, lr;sh-.\meriean actor, terminates Tlie ('leTtilavskys are meeting with all-r>iund

bis Newtown season at llic end of the week. success aince their recent opening hcri'. They

He has lieen playing under the Fuller manage¬ will play thriiont .\ustralia and New Zealand.

ment for some considerable time now.

Carter the Great apisars to lie more than

The current bill at the Tivoli Theater, Mcl- hotding his end up in New Zealiinil, where he

iHuime, contain'* such well-known overseas commenced his tour under direction of Victor

gets as Arthur .Prince, Bert <'<sile, Ruth Beck last month.

-tspar, 4'ran Klint, Bert Weston, Rosie Rifle Charles Simpson, well-known carnival man,

and thf' Philmers. Thg .'Sydney Tivoli also is presenting his illusions over the Olay Oir-

MUSGROVE TIVOLI CIRCUIT AUSTRALIAN VAUDEVILLE
S(M-E DIBBCTION MCS<;ROVFrS TIlKATKK.'t, L'n).
PLAYING ONLY HIGH-GRADE ACTS.

Nonl and Hora<'e, Continental musical clowns,

finish their Syilney season this week and g'» to the T'Voll Theater, Jlelhourne.

Wal Rockley, veteran bl.n-kface entertainer,

will probably leave for .America next week, when he will be accompanied by bis wife.

They are to visit their daughter, Lilian, who

lias l>ecn in vaudeville for some years in tho

I'nltcd States.

Charles O'Mara, Irish entertainer, who came here with the defunct Irish Village last year,

is now playing in vaudeville.

Lumas I.aurl and Vere Rayne, dancers, leave for .Am.'riea this week. has been very successful liere.

Engii.sb The act

Gils T. Raglus, English liall bouncer, who

has played America recently, is making his third visit to .Australia, opening In Perth this

nionlli.

Bertram amt Ra'm'Uul, .Aii-tralian sketch

team, li ft la-t vvi-i k for .Americ.i, where fla'y

hope to find an outlet for their versatility.

Fred AA'Ilt, .Anil r can musical coiii'-Jian. re,

turned here from the .`'fates a fortnight ago,

afl'T s|s'ndiiig some time with his folks. H" may go tuuk lo vaudeville. He first came

lieri' with the team of Cennors and AA'itt.

Barluiru Hoffi', who came lnTi- wuiie months

ngo as leading lady for Seymour Hicks and was

stricken with typhoid fever, will lo' starred in 'Bain", to lie pnipn-cj in .M"llsi-.rnc next
month by Hugh J. Ward.

Bi.licrt Seoit, er.uiilry rcpri'scii'.iiive for

I'liited .Arlt-ls in Vi. lorla. Is now a ting in a

s.Millar cap.ielty for .s.-l/nick

The uiiniial IihIiiiicc sheet of one of the more

priuillll' III pl. t lire sy tl'Ilcllles lu t 'li . ell show*

an iiiiprovi ini-nt over Inst year's pioflls of

nearly

imi.

Ni'w-paper advertising for ' I'hiiiilng Yoiilli"

caiiic near the olisi enc la-re rec-ntlv and th-i iilteiiMoii of parliamentarians w,is drawn to this display of bud laste. with I he result Hist Ih'*

OMT /eiiloil' pulili' ily lllell luivc licell B'lviscd lo

go cnri'flil In I lie future.

Frank AA'isid, who came lii-re from .America

a fi'w montlis ago and took over the puhliiNty

scat for Hoyts' theaters, Mcllsiurne, has resigned

and Is now on the road In Victoria for Famous-

I.asky.

In a reoent article of mine printed in that

Art« Interested caenmunlcata

H. B. MARINELLI, 245 West 47th Street. New Verh.

Queensland in thinking seriously of COD-

same gri-al paper--The BilltKiarJ--I -laled:

(Continued on pige 4o)

fKKi; W. J. Peterson, John J. Cook and John R. Heboid.

OHIO FIRE CHIEFS PROTEST AGAINST INFLAMMABLE FILMS

Columhas, ·*., .lime I'S.--.\ low probibitins

(COMMFNICATIO.N'S TO Ol'B NEW TORK OmCES)

Juterntate shipment <>f infloinniohle ftlm', oyentiially abolishinj their iimnufaetiire and di'lribu-

tmn. was recently :t(lvo<alei! by the Kiro

Gus Fowler Sails
Ko»br, "Watch King", wound up bis uiiVicaii time last week and sadcu for 'll M ind Simdav to open at the Victoria Palace,
.'ion July 7. J"-' Isf'Tc sailing the Joint ..pl.i'inl Committee of the Vaudeville MaiiagI'rcb-etlve Asso.l:i11on and the Natloii.il
iii.lcville Arll'-tes decided that towler bad l,,. exclusive right to perform an net In this ,,,Tifry employing watches and elrnks. and hat .tolin and Nellie Olms could not continue
].re-.'nt an net consisting entirely of wati-h nd clock tricks. Also two Hems of Fowler's ict are to be rllmlnated from the Olms' turn.

doings of magi In the iip-lsfate cllstrlet of New York for this department, writes:
"Eceles, Albany magician, has been busy with mneh club and church work recently. Ris act Is very effective, consisting of silks, balls, thimbles, etc , which In bis bands arc beautiful as well as baffling.
"Otto I-Yaser, also of Albany, finds enough time away from his every-day basinesa to play odd dates
"Aa for myself. I have been busy since last November; first with social and holiday func* tions and then with the Cracker-Jack Minstrels, which kept me on the go with few interruptions from the first of January until the twelfth of

t'lilefs' Club of Ohio in eonventiim here.
NAN SUNDERLAND'S FATHER VISITS DAUGHTER IN CHI
BIDDLE Tt BE PRODUCER IS RUMOR FROM PHILLY

His Motor Stolen «
Tl.inrl-on, man.vger for Alla Rugeh. "Tlio Man Vlio Sees Tomorrow' writes that R. .\. c,» per. alias Ellsworth, former a--isfant to .* ;ia Kageh. was arrested In Pittsburg la-t vec'k, charged with the theft of a sedan belonging to the mentallst, Cooper, according

this month, when we closed. I shall again |ilay with this show neit season with an entirely new act, on which I am working .at the present time.
"Two other magicians who are kept busy these days in the capital district are James Wilcox, of Cohoes, and Bill Marr. of Troy.*'

Philadelphia, Pa., June 28.--It was announced here this week that Craig Biddle. Jr., son of lifr. and Mrs. Craig Biddle, of this city, and heir to millions, was about to launch on a career as theatrical prudueer. His first pro¬ duction, it is said, wilt be a musical comedy named "Pansy".

t.i Ham I-on. took the car and other equipment belong.ug to the Alla Ragch show, bringing to an alTupt close an eight weeks* engagement In Cincinnati. O.
"Prartlcally all equipment was re-covered." continues Ranelson. "and now Cooper faces s.veral charges and will be bound over to the IVderal Grand Jnry thla fall for violation of the I>yer .\ct--interstate transportation of a
stolen automobile. "Alla Ragoh Just left for West A'lrginit
to fill engagements there and Is contemplating the addition of a touring ear and a trnek, al andonlng the sedan for the present. Business
has been excellent."

Herrmana the Great and Xmo. Herrmann. Thla rare photoerraph from the Houdinl oollectien ahowt the Great Herrmann, now deceased, and hit wife, who it still performiBf ia public, on their honeymoon in 1874.

Other Correspondence
Ray J. Fink, of Philadelphia, editor of The Magic World, writes the editor of this departm^nt that he has taken over The Felsman Magical Review which he has consolidated with his publication. Philadelphia magicians, Mr. F'lnk adds, recently motored to Norristown and spent a very pleasant evening with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Henry, who opened there on the Swartbmore Chautauqua Circuit.
Charles R. Bru<b, "Baffles, the Magician",

BOB JONES JOINS "EASY STREET
Chicago, June 2-1.--Bob Jones has Joined tin cast of "Easy Street" at the Woods, replacini William Powell,
Master Magicians
SPECIAL RATE TO MAGICIANS!

Psrnaasnt iddrsts cards of sirs lUted bclew Mill be printed st the rats of $1 sack InMrtieci.
Aereated for 26 or 52 wseka only.

Rouclere Entertains Magi

Harry Bonelere entertained the following vvc-ll-known artistes at the Hotel Ronrlere,

Ridgewood, N. J., over the week end recently: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thurston and daughter Jane, Madame Herrmann. Mr. and Mrs. Walter

Fllo.vd. Horace Goldin, A. B. Harrington, Vic Miller, Billy Marr and Dr. A. M. Wilson. The entire party visited Coney Island as the guests of Mr. Rouclere, who write-: "I wish the 8. A. M. would hold a banquet every week. . . . It certainly was wonderful to renew old acquaintances."
Jones in Florida

With Ellman Carnival
Lockman of Milwaukee has an illusion show with the Eliman Carnival which is fdaying thru the Middle West. Miller, the magician. It alto with tbit company, appeamg In Gregory's 81de-Sbow.

Clifford Jones is in Pensacola, Fla., getting things in shape for a new magic show which

he intends opening In the early fall. Incident¬ ally be la playing some one-night stands In that Ticlnlty.

Hari Under Canvas

Harl, "The Wiaard", Is with a week-stand

show playing thru WIscemtin and reports that bnslness It good In that territory. There are eight people on the show and the program inrlndes magic, illusions, escapes, music and I'ictures. The outfit travels by motor and has a sixty by ninety-foot tent.

MYSTIC CLAYTON
Beyond AH Question AMERICA'S MASTER MENTALIST. Care The Slllboard, 209 Putnam aidg.. New Yark.
ADA SCHORSCH
THE WORLD'S GREATEST LADY MAGICIAN. 10-12 State SL. Newtown, Pa.
THE ZANCIGS
Feature Attraction Wembley Empire Eiblbitien, England. Permanent Addretl, Atbury Park, N. J.
FRED ESTELLE & CO
In "SPIRIT FLOWERS" 1090 Halsey Street. Bieeklyn. New Vsrk.
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Illinois
I'-rajco Company of liliuoia. M E. Jackson i:<iulevard, Chicago. Capital, FJOO.OOU; deal in Crayco films. Bra.vco projectors and other pro-iiicts similar. Incorporators. Jerome J. Sladkey, K. GilllaDder, Francis L. Boutell.
Indiana
Wabash Theaters Corporation, Terre Haute. Capital, $50,000; to own and operate theaters. Directors, John McFall, Paul Kahn, J. P. McKlbben, H. E. Anderson, 8. C. McKeen, Ross Garver, U. A. SebaaL
New York

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Kleenart Corp., Manhattan, theaters, 1,000 shares preferred stock. $100 etch; 500 Class A ermimon and ^<10 Class B common, no par value; E. K. Murdock, H. D. Newman.
Constance Films. Manhattan. 200 shares comnion stock, no par value; N. Handel, M. Kreegcr, E. J. Sichel.

CHICAGO MAGIC CO.
DegL D. 140 S. Dearbera SL. CHICAGO. ILL.
957-959 S xtt%venu'e! A ww-

McDonald Studios. Manhattan, moving pic¬ tures, |2O.i'o0; J A. McDonald. A. L. Gt-orgr.
Great Neck riayhou-e. Great Neck. 100 shares rommon atoik. no par value; B. & D. Ro-nhaiini, 1.. Stone.
Ciiirtiia Arts rrodnetions. Manhattan, motion lilcturcs, $ 1 '.<klO; O. Dangerfleld, T. Dunnberg, J. F. Morgan,
Simmonds-Kann Enterprises, Manhattan. $1<>.000; J. and R Simmonds, (;. E. Kann.
C. T. M. Co.. Manhattan, amusements, $;«.Otsl; .M. M. Gold-li'In. J. Kendler, A. Gam.
Cbipnisn Pictures Corp., .Manhattan. oiVO

The Holl.vwuod Theater Company, Cincinnati. $00.(SHI; Charles Kisen, J. W. Mattbewa. Urban J. , Bruns, Morris Sfran-s and K. C. Bu-liing.
The Jolin A. Miller Ro<k-.\-Way ,\mu«ement. Inc., Cleveland; 300 no par shares; Lill'an I.nbisky.
The John .\. Miller Scranton .Xmii-emcnts, Inc.. Cleveland; 300 no par share-; Lillian LubisLy.
Oklahoma Theater Company. Okmulgi

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JULY 5, 1924

HOTELS

Commended and Criticized Bt NEL6E

Jefferds After Seaside Hotel
^ Will aui H. JpfTerdr, an old-time showniau mid UKirt- rei-eutly manager of the Hotel Blaek-
I Ktuiie ut Manhattan Beaeb. la negotiating for control of a hotel at Atlantic City.

Low Rates at Hotel Savoy, Cleveland

K. G. Fuller, manager of the Hotel Savoy, Knclid avenue near Ka^t Hlb etreet, fleveland, d., is doing hia share towards making life · Worth living for tlieatrioal professionals playing or laying off at Cleveland by giving them spe¬ cial summer rates for rooms as low as (1.35 single and |3 double.

New Union Square Hotel, New York

City

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When Union Bguare was the theatrical dis¬ trict its most famous landmark was tlie Union Square Hotel, then known as tbe rendezvous of theatrical people and sportsmen. Today this famous hostelry Is the Xew Union Square Ho¬ tel and the prefix to Its name wholly typifies the entire district. Tho the theatrical district has moved up town. Union Square has grown into one of tlie busiest spots in Kew York. The hundreds of business establishments, tbe sub¬ way kiosks, the street car lines and tin' elevated

stations affording every means of transporta¬ tion, togetber with the New Union .siqiiare Ho¬ tel Itself, present a spectacle only seen in the largest city In tbe world.
I)ue to tlie convenience of travel, the New Union Square Hotel is slowly but sifrely regain¬ ing its prestige as a theatrical hostelry. It was recently completely renovated and entirely newly furnished. Jack Goldburst. the manager, has adopted tbe highest standards of hotel management in operating this famous landmark. His long hotel experience up town puts him in an ideal position to carry out his plan of establishing a comfortable, reasonable and lionie-Iike liolel, wliere K|>ortinp and theatrical history was made some years ago.

Rothmen's Hotel Service Not Like Ye Olden Times

In days of old it was managers bold who |l put their tlwatrical companies up at hotels
and depended on the receipts of local theaters to pay their bills, yybich, not being paid, ofttimes resulted in tbe accompaniment of hotel manager, their clerks, or deputy sheriffs, to the
I next stand to either collect the hotel hill or
attach the shows. Times have clianged since then, likewise the
methods of theatrical and hotel managers, but theatrical managers have introduced nothing to compare with Mine Ho«t Rotbraen, who oiterates the Blngham-Daveniiort Hotels at Atlantic City, for whereas in tlie olden days theatrical man¬ agers advanced money to actors when they bad it. today Mine Host Rotbmen Is advancing

HOTEL WALNUT
20e Smith 8th Street. PHILADELPHIA. PA. Phsss. Walnut 8783.
New. Modem. Hot. Cold Running Water. , Baths. Night errvice. Speclil Summer Kates to the Protesalon. (ilve uj a trial.
HOTEL KERMAC
208 West 43rd Street,
NEW YORK CITY
Phene, Chickerini 1700.
The High-Cltss General Agents' and Managers' Headqutrter-i.
MESSRS. KERR A MCDONALD, Manaiers.

Hotel America

47th Street Just Eist of Broidwey
The only exclusive Theatrical Hotel at moderate girlces In Xew York City. Our rates sre ressonible to tho rrofession. Large room with private bath, (17.50 per week. Single Room, without bstb, $11.00 per week.
MAKE YOUR'RESERVATIONS IN ADVANCE
I5TH ST. AND UNION SB.. NEW YORK.
New Union Square Hotel
Xewlv dc'oiated, fumljhed new; overlonklng Union S'li'aie Park and Broailway. Trolley aid subway slatiuiis at door. -Ill rooms running water and phones.
SUMMER RATES
It"' tut witli u»e of tub or shower, (tt weekly and up; with lath. $15 up; dally, $1.50 up.

LINCOLN-EDMONDS

30fi W. 5ltt Street

778-80 Eilhth Ave.,

m .ClrcleOOlO. NEW YORK CITY. Tel.,Bryant0554.

High-e 1 a s a elevator  Furnished apartments,
apartments. Beautifully I All impiovcmeots. Strict-

fun.iehed.

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_MRS. CEO. W. DANIEL. Preprieter._

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BINGHAM-DAVENPORT HOTELS

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NEW YORK CITY
AMERICA HOTEL.155 West 47th St.Bryant 0094 ARISTO HOTEL .101 West 44lh St .Bryant 1197-8
BELMORE HOTEL. ...61 Ltxingtwi Ave. (Cor. 25th St.).... Moderate Prices. ..Madison Square 0501 DE FRANCE HOTEL .142-146 Welt 4!):h St.Bryant 8710 FULTON HOTEL .264-268 W. 4Sth St. (opp. N. V. A ).Uckawanna 6090-6091 GRAND HOTEL.From $2 up.Broadway and 31st St.Lenqicro 4100 HOTEL HERMITAGE..From $2 up. Times Square, 42d St. and 7th Ave...Phone. Chkkerinq 2700 HUDSON HOTEL .102 W. 44th St.Bryant 7228-9 KERMAC HOTEL .208 West 43d St. (Just Weet el Broadway).Chltkerlnq 1700 LANGWELL HOTEL.123-129 West 44th St.Phone. Bryant 1847 NAVARRE HOTEL.From $2 up.7lh Ave. and 38th St.FltiRpy 6463 REMINGTON HOTEL .(29 W. 46!h St. .Bryant 3383 TIMES SQ. HOTEL .1.000 Rooms...Dally.. $2 up; Weekly. $12 up...255 W. 43d St....Uck. 6900

FURNISHED APARTMENTS ALPINE HOTEL (Formerly Reitenweber's).58th St. and Eiqhth Avp.Columbut 1000-01-02
EDMONDS APARTMENTS .776-80 Elphth Ave.Bryant 0554
LINCOLN APARTMENTS .308-10 West 5lit SI.CIrelo 6040 RUANA APARTMENTS. .200 W. 30th St.-800 Eiqhth Ave.. Hotel Service..$20a Week up..Circle 7059
THE ADELAIDE .754.756 Eiqhth Ave.Bryant 8950-1951
THE CREIGHTON . 128-130 West 47th St.Bryant 5771

FURNISHED ROOMS MANSFIELD HALL .226 W. 501h St.......Circle 8170 243 W. 34TH STREET Roems with Kitchenettes. Sinqte and Double. $6 tt $18 Oames). .Circle 4845 341 WEST SIST STREET Housekeepinq Apts.. Sinqle and Deuble Roams. $7 to $18 .Circle 3376 306 WEST 22D STREET.Two-Room Apt. and Bath, Sinqle ROMIS.Watkins 6738

ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
HOTEL FREDONIA .Just Off Boardwalk.Near all Theatres.Prefessitnal Rates

academy hotel

BALTIMORE. MD.
Howard and Franklin Sts.... Rates: $7 per Week. Sinqle; $10 ind $14 Double

BOSTON, MASS.
HOTEL ALPHIN Heart of Theater District Spec. Theat. Rates 331 Tremont St... Beach 5850
HOTEL COMMODORE (New) One te Five Minutes to All Theaters 315 Tremont St Beach 8720 HOTEL EDWARDS .PrefessionnI Rales .Haymarket 4956 QUINCY HOUSE Brattle Street. Heart ef Theatrical District. Spevlal Rates.. Haymarket 3880

BUFFALO. N. Y.
CORONA HOTEL . 570 Main Street. Center Theatre District.Seneca 3333 HOTEL RALEIGH.354 Franklin St.Sinqle Roems, Three-Room Apartments.Restaurant

CHICAGO. ILL.
HOTEL PASADENA 600 North Dearborn St. . .Phone. Dearborn 1439. .Special Rotes It Perfermers RALEIGH HOTEL .648 N. Dearborn St.Phene. Oearbem 2438 WESTMINSTER HOTEI_1219 N. Clark St.Large Gym for Performtri....Phone. Sup, 2190

CINCINNATI. O.
NEW RAND HOTEL .25 W. 5th Street .Main 2340

CLARKSBURG. W. VA.
CLARK HOTEL 406-408 Clark St. One Black (rem Depot..Special Theatrical Rates. $1.00 and up

CLEVELAND. O.
HOTEL SAVOY .Euclid Ave., near E. 14th St.Heart of Pltyhtuse Square

DETROIT, MICH.
BURNS HOTEL.(Under new management.).Theatrleal Rales.Cadlllas 6510 FRONTENAC HOTEL (Modern). .Opposite ··Temple Theatre". .Special Theatrical Rates.-Cherry 1066 HOTEL MORRIS 120 Mantcalm, W....Single. $8. $1(1 $12; Double. $10, $12. $14...Cherry 0922 ST. DENNIS HOTEL.Car. Clifferd and Bagley.Theatrical Ratal.Cherry 3610

FAIRMONT, W. VA.
NEW SKINNER'S TAVERN HOTEL..Opp. B. «. 0. Depot. .Spec. Then. Rates. Bath. Deuble. $2 up

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
PANTLIND HOTEL .Beat la Michigan

HARRISBURG. PA.
WILSON HOTEL...143 8. 3d St..."Henry Prices"...$1.00 up. Special by week...Bell Phene 6574

HARTFORD, CONN.
NEW DOM HOTEL, INC.Church and Trumbull Sts..Sptcial Ratos ta Ptrfsrmers

INDIANAPOLIS. IND.
GEM HOTEL.31-35 West Ohio St.$1.00 ut......Cl. 4231

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
THE ANNEX.304 W. Bay St, Opposite Mason Hotel.Phene 6103.Rates. $1.00 aad up

KANSAS CITY, MO.
COATES HOUSE .Street Cart from Union Station .Rates: $1.00 up MECCA HOTEL .Half BItok from Orpheum and Gayety Theatres.Prsf. Rates

LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
HOTEL STOWELL.416 South Spring Street.All Reams with Bath.$2.00 and up

LOUISVILLE, KY.
CONGRESS HOTEL (Formerly Leslie)_6th and Court PI.Some Management... Pref. Rates

MIDDLESBORO, KY.
PIEDMONT HOTEL.R. B. Roberts, Prep.Wants the Show People.Ptpular Prices

OMAHA. NEB.
MILLARD HOTEL .13th and Deuqias Sts.Theatrical Headquarters

PHILADELPHIA. PA.

HIRSH HOTEL.816 Walnut St.. Opposite Casino Theatre.

Special Ratrs .Walnut 8025

HOTEL MARLBOROUGH (Under New Management)_1108 Walnut St. . Phene. Walnut 6458

ZEISSE'S HOTEL..Spec. Prof. Rates during July and August. .828-822 Walnut St...Walnut 1635

' PITTSBURG, PA.
HOTEL CARR.Special Rates.326.28 Penn Ave.Bell. Court 9096 LINCOLN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT_417 Penn Ave-Special Rates... Rooms by Day pr Week

ST. LOUIS, MO.
AMERICAN ANNEX ..6th and Market Sts.Olive 5300 BON-TON CAFETERIA AND RESTAURANT .512-514 Chestnut St. Good Food at Hanest Pricit EMPRESS-RIALTO HOTEL.Grand and Olive. Speeial Theatrical Rates.Lindell 4643 HOTEL McKinley_Twelfth Blvd. at Morgan_Cent. 7135, Oliva 4406 .$7.00 per Week and up

TORONTO, CANADA
ARLINGTON King and John Street. .Leading Theatrical Hotel. .Special Ratct ta the Prpfessien'

TULSA, OKLA.

HOTEL MT. VERNON....For Show Folks. ..U'/j East 2d Street $6 to $8 per Week 0 5814

WICHITA. KAN.

CADILLAC HOTEL.109 S. Emporia Ave.Modern Convenience-Prefessienal

WILKES-BARRE, PA.

THE NEW HOTEL HART.T. E. Lewis. Prop.Professional Rates.Phene. Ns. 9015

money to bin actor-guentn at the BingliamDavenjiort hotel*, taking their I. O. U'n and Waiting for them to settle in full when they check out.
Verily there have been many changes in the attitude of hotel managers to tlieatrieal guevts In recent years, hut Mine Ilo^t Ilothmen stands in a cla-^s l>y himself.
The Kingham and the Xew Davenport hotels are situated near depots and beaches, and both hotels are modern in every respect, with all the I'nnvcnlences and comforts to he found in tlie lii-tter eouilllltell liOst.-lrles wltll spei-lal theatrieal rates that will apiieul to one and all aliku, playing, or laying off, at Atlantic City for tbe uummer.

Berlin News Letter
By 0. M. SEIBT
By O. M. SEIBT
lillLIX, .June 3.--Discussions between tbe I. A. L. and the Managers' .VsHiH'iation for putting up a new tariff contract are
set for June 17. Indications are that the present deadifs-k will contlnne. Theatrical Imsliiess in terrible all over the *-ounfry, with tl»e summer hardly begun, and had news as to In¬ ability of paying salaries and closings of theaters, mnsic balls and cabarets, so It is

rather evident that tbe present period la hardly suitable for new tariff discussions, in fact gome managers declare they don't care what happens so long as they are able to keep things going without being obliged to ask for a receiver and no threat of a strike will move them. Conditions are lomewbat different from those of five years ago, when tbe present tariff rontract came into being; then the countr.T wn* in a hysterical mood for amusement* of any sort and. In spite of a very profound shortnes. of food and other nocesnltleg of life, money wa* forllieoming en*IIy (paper money at that) and it way then when cabarets and dame fl,wirs sprung up like mushroom*. Many a s|s>i nlator, war profitt'er or rug and bone merclmut Ih-. came a herr director over night by renting a phop or empty cellar and putting np n beauty ballet show, with wine compulsory. In tbe occnpled territory, especially at Cologne and Coblenz, nothing but ebampagnwould be aikcd for by the TommlM and Sammlef, since tbeir pay in sterlings and dol¬ lars was of enormous vslus la paper marks. Today Cologne Is even worse In regard to show business thiAi Berlin and Cologne cabaret* and music balls are mighty glad to sell a glass of beer to their customers. If any. Tbe mnre 1* stabilized and money extremely tight, with b.inks charging enormous Interest if willing to borrow and with liring condition* having gono up considerably, de*plte the fart that most people earn les* than In pre-war da.vs, there 1* a hard struggle In front of the I. A. I.. fight'ng for at least an equal tariff contract With additional payment for traveling and matinee*.
Manager Welse-itacbse 1* wanted by the police. Not *0 long ago he glaringly adver¬ tised In the trade papers the enormous bills of his local cabaret* and music ballf. When tbe Inflation came to an end Welse-Rachse added iiiiotber hou-e, the Walhalla, playing big-time vaudeville and booking foreign turn* that would litre secured a date with the Wiutergarten or ··^'ala. One of tbe foreign turns booked was the late CYirl Hertt. Tbe Walhalla, as reported. Went broke Ju«t before Easter and one by one hi* other hoiiaea did likewise. Weise Saebte, who la not identical with Manager Richard Welse, of Zelt I, was the type of nnscrupulous iiiansger who put all their Confidence In un¬ dressed girl shows.
The Orn**e Volk* Oper, one of the four Berlin grand opera bouses, has Just averted a crl-l* hy cutting Its montblr salary list of ."·O.fKlO mark* ((IZ.-'iDO), sharply redneing ail salaries above 150 marks monthly. .\t first it looked as if no salaries at all were to b« (·aid May 31 and the actors, aware of tbe financial situation, in a mass me*-ting unani¬ mously demanded the resignation of Director I.ange, whom they blamed for all tbe trouble. Yesterday a settlement wan effected when It became known that a well-known Berlin financier, whose name Is mentioned in connertlon with a famoua opera singer, put down sufficient cash to meet enrrent obligations, (·onditional of ibove salary cutting!.
Tbe local amusement tax bas been reduced from 13 to 3 per cent In legitimate theatera, following a sharp protest with tbe municipal authnritins, masuigers pointing to the di-astrou* theatrical conditions. It became known that the Comoedia Valettl, Wallner. T.ustspielbaus, .tpollo and Prledrlehwllhelmslaedtliiche all went smaslt after Io«lng money heavily, while at some of those theatera still playing actors arn on a commonwealth basis and hardly make sufficient to live. Movies also bad the tax reduced from 23 to 15 per cent. The Wallner. with Icbar's "Praaqulta**, is nam-d aa tbe worst loser of the lot. Its niaiiagir paying Hermann .ladlowker 2,000 mark* ($.'»<0) per day for more than six weeks consecutively.
The German film Industry, with few exceptionii. I* in troubled waters and club chairs and other swell office paraphernalia sell cheap these da.Ta on account of so many film concerns having to clear out. -ks already rejMirted, this country is swamped with .\inerlcan films, wl>lch seem to be In public demand, and in consequence those dear native film star*, who still have the grace of asking $l2.00*t fur each |irodiictlon. are now glad if offered a caluiret engagement at .V* marks per day. Some -mart film prmlucera have found nut that tliey can priMure .kmerican atara at a lower figure and In addition to Mae Marsh, who is sereeniiig here, other "names'' from Hollywood will arrive shortly. The Randolph Klim t>>mpany, altho only recently starting a new pro¬ duction, "Tristan'', ia out of th<> field after declaring its inability to meet obligations.
Tamara Karsavina. well-known Ruaeian dancer, was a treiuendoua diaaimintinent a* a drawing card ut the Wlntergarten last month. Her figure was (l.T.'iO per week. Not for many years has hu-lne>.s been ho IHror at tbe Winlergarfen aa during her engugi'meiit, in spite of a big additional bill and heavy ad¬ vertising.
Alice Hechy, German miiaical romedy star, has ... ordered to pay 1.3,ODO marks ($3,730) damagea to Manager Haller, Of tbe Admirals, for breaking her eoniract. .kitho signing an
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Tile Billboard

AictNMar/|ns.
WATEimONT LOTS "at fwr Own Price"!

appearing at hla theater oatll recently. Two renowned Italian tboatrical companies
intend risltlns BerUa next aeaaon, the Seals, of Milano, at KroU'a Opera House and the Teatro Oonitanxl. of Borne, at one of tbo Hotter staffea.

--Boating--Bathing--Fishing--

Home Productions

Mc^-Presldent William C. Elliott b«i been

On Randall Bay and Freeport Harbor

a>-l|;n>'<l to make a sureer of the situations i.ri'Tall oe at Limn, O., and at Dayton and iiiakp n report to the general office. The dta|.ut» over iraa*'S affertiug seTeral bouse-< In lotb <'ommunltles glTes promlae of adjostment ^oon.
As his first assignment slDce election Vicerresident George £. Browae. of Chicago, has leen commissioned to rlslt Wausan, Wis., for the purpose of straightening out some Internal affair affecting the local branch of the I. A.

GREAT SOUTH BAY
Randall Bay CDITCDnDT I I Immediaie Estates rlvLLrUIvl, L.l. Vicinity of
Lights Club and Casino
and the South Shore Yacht Club

The romantic musical comedy. "Kathleen'' waa presented by the Braxton County I'o-t American Legion, June 19-20 at Sutton, W Va The production waa rehearsed and staged b.i Sid T. Kelley, of the John Rogers Prodnein? Company. Capacity faouaea greeted the presentatioD, one of the best home-talent plays evei presented In Button.
The St. Catherine's Dramatic CInh, andc^ anaplcea of tho St. Joseph's Men's Club, pre¬ sented Its "Fun Revue" June 22 at St. Joseph's Hail. Indianapolla. A matinee was given. In addition to tbe regular fterforaance, and tbe offering was well received.

tlepresentatlTe Krause h^ Journeyed to \Va^bington, D. C., to aee what can be done about establishing the exact clasaificiatlon of ibe I>e Wolf Hopper Opera Company bolding ilown a theater in that town for a ten-weeh I ngageinent. The theater management con¬ tends that the company comes within the stock ilassification. while the lo<'al union holds that

Absolute Auction--Sat., July 12th

On Premises, 2 P. M., Rain or Shine

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"Midsommer Follies'*, a poplar program in three jiarts. was presented June 27 at Howard College Auditorium, Birmingham, Ala., nnder the direction of Mrs. Jerome Vandiver, head of the department of dramatic arte. The program was given In a>'curdance with the annual custom of presenting a midsummer entertain¬ ment by tbe students enrolled in the claaaes in mnsic, expres>inn and public speaking.

Hopper's aggregation should be classified as a traveling repertoire company aud sbonld be goremed by the nnlon rules coyering such class of theatricals.
Bill Dillon, secretary of the New England district, paid a visit to the general office while in New York last week.
Kepresentative Harry Sherman, of New York, is quartering in Syracuse, assisting the local organi.'ation in its efforts to bring several

West Side, St. Marks, Casino and adjacent Avenues.

Location has concrete sidewalks, macadam roads, water, gas and elec¬ tricity. This waterfront section of Freeport is also convenient to Free¬ port station on the Montauk Div. of L. I. R. K., wliich now is in course of being electrified from Jamaica to Babylon. This worti. according to the L. L R. K. Co., is to be completed in May, 1935, after which date the running time of trains on the Montauk Div. will be reduced materially.

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M MOrkRDTTGTA'AGrEr

title guarantee A. trust co.
Policies Free

GEORGE MORTON LEVY, Atty., Freeport, L. I.

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Tbe one hundred and seventh gradnatlng class of Central lligli S- hooL Detroit, presented 111 their school auditorium June 21 "Tbe Los* Silk Hat", by Lord Dnn^any; "Suppressed De¬ sires", iiy Susan Giaspel! and tieorge Cram
t'ook, and "The Potlsdiers'', by Alice Gerstenb,rg, tl rt-e short plays. J. L. Roseeranco was in charge of the staging, with Doris James in special charge of tlie production of ` The Lost
Silk II«t". Hyman Nlcbamin was business manager; Nathan Neesley. stage manager, and William Chester, electrician. Helen Miller, of · lie art department, designed the acenic effects.

ii`.n-uoiun bouses in thut sect.on into line.
Harry Spencer. a«>istant to President Bill < anaran, was absent from tbo general office lart weak becau-e of illness. It is hoped that

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Telephone Cortlandt 0744

"The Golden Whistle", a f.iiry pageant, was presented recently in t-e lireitineyer School. Detroit, by a hundred of its pupils, nnder the combined auspices of the auditorium, music, art and health educ.ition departments.

Harry's indispo'iiion is merely a transient one

asd that he'll be back on the Job as office lawyer and encyclopaedia soon.
Preiy Canaran has been asked to assign somebody in the organization to the Job of

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DEUVERIE6 AT FAIR PRICES OF COSTUMES tights, hose, SPANGLES, WIGS. ETC.
COMPLETE LINE OF LEICHNER'S AND STEIN'S MAKE UP. ***"1 CMtuMM et All OMcrigtienv.

Tbe Rotary Club of Watertown, N. Y.. plana to present a comic opera at tiie Olympic Theater, that c ty, the latter part of July
The proceeds to bo for the b,'aefit of crippled children.

assisting the boosters of George L. Berry, president of the Pressmen's fnlon. In their campaign to pt-.t him across as vice-presidential candidate on the Democratic ticket.
While on the subject of the Democratic

MINSTRBL AND AMATEt'B SHOWS Given "Spertei'' AttenUon. A I-o*. B'x of J».'k Webvr'i Femoui "BLACK FACl!'' MAKB-UP leot 0^>''peiJ In I'. S. end CanedA for 25c.
Send for rew Priea LItta.

CHICAGO COST1JN4C WORKS. Inc.,

Il(-I20 NORTH FRANKLIN STBEET, (New Aadre»)

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Phene, State I1Z78M0.

Weldon B. Wade, of tUe John B. Rogers Producing Company, is directing rehearsals for a pageant which will be given under auspicea of the American Legion In Washington. la., July 4. It is the largest affair be has ever directed, there being J.tKSi in the cast.

Convent ion it should be of interest to note that a numth'r of the general office men were present at a dinner glveii by New York labor officials at Toney Island to convention dele¬ gates prominent in union circles thruont the country.
Vormer Municipal Oiort Jnstlce Leonard A. Snitkln has been retained by Local No. 300, motion picture macblne operators of Greater New York, to seek a new trial for Harry L. Hoffman, a member, convicted and sentenced to '.D years in Sing Sing for the alleged murder of Mrs. Maude Baner on Staten Iiland last March. Koltowlng his retention Judge Snitkin, who has appeared In many murder cases, paid a visit to Hoffman at Sing Sing. Tje local rifcntly voted $3,000 as a defense fund for Brother Hoffman, with the purpose of carry¬ ing the case to the highest court if necosaary.
Theatrical Notes
.New|H,rt, Wash., la to have a new movie k*H»n.
Ibe Ideal Theater. Pe Bll, Waib., baa enl··r;:l(l iti seating capacity. ,

$75,000. A two-etory office bnilding will re¬ place the historic structure, which was praclioally destroyed by fire several months ago.
The Palace Theater. Stephens, Ark., has been completely overhauled, and the seating ca¬ pacity enlarged.
J. B.- Bowman has purchased the Savoy Theater, New Prague, Minn. It will be tboroly renovated and remodeled, and will reopen un¬ der the management of William R. White.
Remodeling of the lobby of tbe Liberty Theater at Oklahoma City, Ok., has been com¬ pleted at an expense of $19,000, tbe result be¬ ing a de<:lded improvement of the playhouse front and retnnda.
Tbe Century Theater. BalUmore. Md.. probably will be sold or leased soon to one of the largest film producing companies, according to Thomas D. Serlero, general manager of the
Pete tthafer has been retained by the Comerford Amusement Co. as maasger of its Irving Theater, at WHkes-Barre. Pa. He spent last week in New York conferring with booking agents for tbe opening of the bonse early in

brick bnilding at Dallat, Tex., for Mayor Loula Blaylock, to be used for a film exchange. The building will be located on tbe north side of Jackaon street, between Harwood and Pearl, and will cost about $3S,000.
DALLAS SPRINGS A NEW ONE
Dallas, Tex., June 28.--Visiting merchants to the Dallas market during tbe fall buying sea¬ son will be furnished with free entertainment at the theaters here. The Dallas Wholesslo Merchants' Asso<'iatlon has completed arrange¬ ments with a number of theaters whereby passes will be Issued to tbe out-of-town merchants.
SAN FRANCISCO STADIUM WILL COST 6164,000
Francisco, June 28.--Mayor Bolph last broke ground for the new Koxar Memorial **tadium in the Golden Gate V"k. The n^ bewl wlH cost $1M.000 and will seat 20,000. It has been bnllt for city-wide use.
AUSTRALIA
(Continued from page 42)
niencing the production of itidnstrial films and will carry on, providing tbe financial anpport is guaranteed.

The pupils of La Salle Academy recently

gave a minstrel show in St. Mary's Hall.

Troy, N. T., under direction of William J.

Cox, formerly with Robert Mantel), and

Maurice N. Koninsky, well-known Troy mooiciin

and director, who staged many amateur ente?*^

tainmenta in the vicinity of Troy tbo r

aeason.



The sixth annual Los Gatos (Calif.) pagea;?^ was presented June 19-20 in tbe hoautiful open-air theater. For, the opening performance "The Wild Cat of Wild Cats" was giren, and on the second night "Kl Gato de Los Gatos" was presented. .More than 300 performers took part in the staging of both productions with capacity audiences in attendance. ''The Wild t'at of Wild Cats" was given in a most thrilling manner, and of tbe five previous pageant plays staged in Los Gatos never has one been more purely symbolical of the locale, and of the entire life in Northern California in the days when the Spanish dons held vast land empires and gave great fiestas on their raneberos, assembling the whole popnlatlon for one of these gala and colorful affairs, than was "El Gato de Lo« Gatos". There were all sorts of swbrd duels, fine horsemanship and fiery dancing. Especially was "La Jota", tbe native dance put en by a troupe of real Mexican dancers, one of the most entertaining spots in the entire production. The High ScbMl Or¬ chestra furnished all the soft, bewitching Span¬ ish airs. Wilbnr Hall, who wrote the play, was assisted in Its presentation by Ruth Com¬ fort, Mitchell Young, Ruth Radford Hall, 1. W. Scott and Marie Febero.

w iliam A Harrison has purchased l iineess Theater, Montezuma, la.

tjU'ptember.

the

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"Venus of the 8onth Seas'' will shortly be screened thruont New Zealand. This la the

Deals were consummated recently whereby film that .\nnette Kellerman produced and

the letae and property of the Elite Theater, which co-t shareholders a Ufrge amount of

The Liberty Theater, Fairfield. Id., has Wankegan. 111., passed Into the ownership of money. The picture has slm-e been sold In

· empleted several marked Improvements,

.\ J. Kaufman and Jnllns Goodman, both of America and elsewhere, but nothing mneh has

Chicago. The total consideration Is said to have The Alhambra Theater, 'Tulsa. Ok., ha.* re- been abont $M.000. u|<ened as a atrictly suburban picture boose.

ana shareholders are wond. ring when |,-|ng something bach to the

The remodeling of the Saenger pictnre tbea- excheqwr.

.,,^ . ,, . .

W. H. Carson is n'^r manager of tbe Bagle ter, so as to provide increased and Improved

Woman of Paris is to be taken off the

einemt theater, Herington. Ran.

facilities, and the renovation of the old Grand Crystal Palace bill this week, after fairly

The Fowler Brothers, of Fowler'a Park, plan to install a picture show in tbe pavilion at thfir resort, near Wstseka, DI.
1-. B. Warner re,ently purchased the TrlsDgle Theater. Walnut Ridge, Ark., ' from George W. Lewis and,has assumed control.
V. C. Wisner has sold bis Interests In tbe Lyric picture show, Olay Center, Ark., to J. H Koe-k.

Opera House into a picture hou-e, both of
Texarkana, Ark., waa r»»cently decldiHl upon by officials of the Saenger .\muscment Co , in conference with Art Hardin, local manager.
  The Klnema Theater. Salt Lake City. I'lah,
has adopted a ten and flfteen-cent admission policy. This'e weekly changes in program are made. 'The bouse, tho small, is ideally altiiated In Main street, and the change will prob¬ ably prove profitable, but will take some time
to prove successful.

sistent support for a long-run feature. Rosita

is to follow.

lieorge Brown. Adelaide manager for Fox

F.xchange. .Vdelaide, foes into a Sydney

hospital this week, where he will lie operated

,,,,

stomach trouble. He is the youngest

ex^iunge manager in this country,

BERLIN NEWS LETTER (Continued from page 4H
agreement with Haller, she failed to put in an apps'arance. claiming illness, and when

J.MAHLON DUGANNE
Author. Compoasr and Producer of
"PRINCE CHARMING"
An Opereua for Amateurs.
Composer of numeroos other musical productlena One tong "hit'' ofltn makee a Mww a financial mo(-rss. You may need that noinber. Ltt me mow what you require. Music set to lyrics, or lyrtei supplied to music. For terms address
BOX 1(1. Alioona, Psonsylvaala.

The 'Temple Tbenter site, Fort Wayne, Did., Plan* bfve been completed for the erection Halier agreed to postponing her contract until w. 8 recently sold for a consldemtlon of abont of a two-story fireproof concrete, tile and her recovery she signed with Manager Nelson,

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JULY 5, 1924

T. 0. B. A. PRESIDENT

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iu»ir knowa wlal tilos-uri-s, information, loan Int'-rost or wl.at diaolosurea of human nrlln-s ca'-h Mit»lo|>e contains. From ours la-f wx-k «c l·arT1o>l that FI.ttRENCE t.'ttl.H T'AI.liEItT, e.on<lroii« Mjptano, and b«r bnsbanil,

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COMMl'MCATIONS TO <*l R NEW YORK OFFICESi

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t'-<* T. (>. E. A. dots OTerythic* in

·'·r to kotp ti t hou>^ ?o ng with tlK

·i;*''at. E that a iKrtcal adja-tmotit wiil take

1 t_j` will ptrmit tht d- lic;c; Locs*' ti

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attra t:*tn« r%aa--ddh;'SS'' ooff ccoo^stt,, aass

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to Dtw ta»a'-r- tiJjtt aa-- rruullee hhaavvee ttoo

so t ru a lor-s x-r .·! i. f' 'vVdd.-. a»tti`oonn'''' ooff

t'P'L' nn'il fh>- b< i;--- La--'rre>a-ac*-tt .`s-Vil tthiee ssttaagg??

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-tlf-i-n-taic np and. ;r"f,*;taba.lte. . . .

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If th- T. O. B. A. t'vlay wwooUulsds ee-staabl-is- h aa

rt> that -r-ry b-u-- »"uulldd hhaavvee ttoo aacccceepptt

an intact show tiat ba< ana inviolate schedule,.

n a very -he.rt while on-talf of the bouses

-i-r-*'! w oj;d be

si and all

onr effort' for fthbe n ir-.icgc of n-w hb-rrUUssees and

drs Ilitnniinngs h- --s would have been for naught.

ABOUT TWO BOOKS

`sn.iact of the hunsor of our drumati

"t- for a r'ay ti at w 11 jv r-: t our ![«·

efcara-ter? as f ey are.

Xiaucity of

lnat* r:al for film pr>e cer- wri..oo ccaa''..rr ttoo ..NN*eKcrr'o

·iJd encea with Nerr* a.'i 'tss V'.a.. tthhee --ecrr..--nn.

» p-acti.e tt"" rr--aadd ttssssi.kkss ttbhaat

co-tom. we r*--^ntly

N-?*-oo aauu''iiii'.frss nr aanre llaa ppuur'--uu:dt -off ttM ids tt.*\' Vv'o> 'uumm**e*s* tthhaat

aaite

in

·. >j'`tt '»--rryy idj rfffverf-

form. Woile nei-her hb--kk is avallabhile

^ . tbeatri-al purT«>«es. Ndh a--'- -o wW.ei:l| done

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i hara' tc- drawing

^,3 3,,j re fra a fr m o.immc.cu..dlitnig them

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readme ni»ml'ers of thl e Ilac.- atd the

publ'c as well. B-rh are by .V.gro. g

· Fr.-n Sux^-rman to Man", i.y J A. Rogers,

WliMiAJ.I, TAI.UtiKT, a».n of a rollcga »o<Te-

tary, aurl hlm-clf a musl'-al director with

sr-at fame, l.avi- b<'cn divorced. ... On ''te

ol er land. < .\Itr< I»IT<iN and lila wife

celel,rated tbe tenfli anniversary of tlieir weij.

flins tvith a party in riilladeipbia that in-

eluded juany wl.o were present at t!.e;r mar-

rlaz>- ceremony.

.\nother mla-lre telln

of liic t hri-fan kltidllnesg that was acs.rded

tlic father and sisters of Tt»e Pa»», and by tin*

-Hnie token to him. hy tlie AMEBIC VS I.Ei;H)\

r<>.sT IN .VI.'I toiN.k, r.\., and by the MA-

SONIC I/»I)<.K.S tl-ere and In BCFF.kI.O, on

tlie iHs aslon of our recent Uhis of a brother.

Other missives tell of NATIl.VNIEI. IiETT

having recelve.i an honorary degree at IloW-

.VUIt rNIVEIt."*ITy. . . . One tells of Al.

BERT.\ WHITE, a I'blladeipbia mn»ieal teach

er. prest-ntii.g her piij'ila in a auee»s-ful ism

eert. Tlien eomes a folder laaijed hy the

MTE CAPS OoFF I.AKhKE ERIIKE, who operate

the W WJJ.AVX broadcasting atation. The folder

Ite.r Mr. Ja.k-.n:

June u*. Is.d.

I am in r- - ; t the sever "--u'h t* The same.

ff yyour valut-d favor of

a

La-`-n to r-X'-y

I am at all tim-s graaddd ttoo aaccccoom mm mooddaattee yyoouu ' iinnffoorrm maattiioonn tthhaatt yyoouu

performer should r-aliie that the efforts

of the T. o. B. A. k-cp the ··w-a. .-I't-r''

j,,,.;,,. - rg ,-1

the same t:m- prov. le

,i,>ut tw ee as mu'-h work for him ti.in if we

s-ould let ail of t'.e w-eaker hou-e, d*-p.

la taking care of this fifty x^r cent element

of weaker lou'es we cannot force them to

from the pre., of the le nox Publi- ng t ompany, fhlTH Seventh avenue. New York, and prn ed at *1-Vt. is a 'cbo'ar'y resum- of thbetter qual ties of the Negro. R g. r- l.a« prosented hla arguments on every pi.ase of Race life in a very logical manner. FI- n«e- as a foil to his principal character a senator who

contains the picture, of a number of artists who-s- work has l>es-n sent across the ether from fhU station. .tmong them we are represented with a large picture of GEOR'IE M'.\RM.\rK'S B.VNn, and another of the condouctor individually.
From ISttsbiirg we get the newi that BERNI

to tne ; rofes-ioa. j *p-

,bows in routhie. The price of some had always t.een antagon.-'.caily minde.I «:ih B.VRBOr'R is pretiaring to present his op-

t-rrs ;ate d--xly the «itr»me value of yo.r lare

·bows would be prohibitive to them r-rard to the Negro. This man. who was

eretta, "The Negro .krrlvea**, with local talent

in The Biiih-jard and ; ave dene cocsideralle ,j;d the be-use wo-t'.d cios« or g - into pictures, pa-senger on a Caiifomia-boTind train, whih-d In that city, and that he, with a chorus of

to the encouragement cf the reading of the .Vgaia. when we know that a bouse is a bit kl« time away by engaging the Pul'man iKirter 2"0 voices, broadcast June 22 from a Smoky

-ume by all pertfi-rmers w;:h whom I come ;n ··wobbly" we xv-rmit the Ps-al matug-r some

hero) in a series of d *''us«!on« that re- City station and Is scheduled to prssent the

ivnta.t.

considerable sway in the selection of the at- stil"'-'! '-o bis cem-'-e oonv.· n.

same group in a con.-ert at FORBES HELD

I can state without fear of substantial esnrradi t n that the T. O. B. A. ha* never .. Btemplited or ;=d-rs-d any such subversive I*-i-l;iccyy as indicated by your recent iInformaxts. ^""UU are a- ij .a .-.t--dJ w-i.tthr my own entryv into ttiiee hhoooekkiinsgg ggaam mee.. II llaam mee iinnttoo tthhee ggaam mee aatt

i ttrraaccttiioonn*s tthhaatt bbee ppllaayyss.. TThhiiss ccoonnddiittiioonn iiss tthhee
,o.naer tt. a»tt 11 ttuu.cckk yy i wwil;·i bbee mm--ns--tt ;-a.n*-cerrcess-te-dd in. IIt, 's tthhee" oonnee tti'aatt m miikk-- -s ff rr mm s*tt ooff tthhee

ixvimplaints "of l'aavyoof'fs. Hooutsses in vari'oouas

; .

of the counnnttr'vy pplleeaaddn'gg poor business

cctcnnM'inn'-uuaallllyy m maakkineg- bb=idd** ffoor' aa*tttr'aaccttiioonnss

"**» ' '*

know that these d'seu'sions do (V'tir.

during our ·

railroad

<1:^ tied have at fur command the

amount of Inf .rmatinn c-.ntain. d in

<'rP'rtnrity to do as

know-

Then came word that OEORi'.E WII.LIAMS and BESSIE BROWN (Mrs. Williams) were Jumping fr-m W.nston-Salem. N. r. to re.-ord m->re numbers for Ok. h. They N at the letter In We were g-ad to see the little foik- who have t,en sn.^.es-ful domestic and professional

a .f-..amie w en the wuhole prrreeffeessssion. including

3^0 favvoorri'tie-s in 'tt ee=irr fri^arrtt'iiccnul'a-r cities,

r»rtners for .'xteen years,

rrsrrffoonrmaeerrs, and theater oxerator*. were prac-

lu. -v ..

T e»

e-.s «v.

t-a.Iy at the c-r.y cf one man. »b-) made

fcurseif m- re or less ohna-ox.ons toVIperf*ermer and m ciaaiiag-r .».l.ke btyy .h.:is niinrea*sccaable alandd un^junst.

r-1 -i- It was in or-ler to protec* my own

cc> na-- .leerraabb*lee i.Ecvveesstt!=n*'`nnttss tthhaatt II eenntteerreedd tthhiiss

1. a- 11

·T^oonac^»ceei.vvee-dgd saii.ttta'aan.' .d^c!

of \f .e T. O. ^B. .k. aa*s i.tt hhaass bbeeeenn pprroo--

tt'.'c.gas''--dd wwaa** aal.oenrgg tthhee m moosstt dd--m mooccrraatti.cc ip»oss--

- · ..ee .i..naee*s.. Ilan ttuhrreeee yy--aarrss ttiiee TT.. OO.. BB.. AA..

ha* gT'.'wn fr m a biluer-pencil sketch to an

t" «e N-n-s in-i*.tt that it iist ne-^cess'-saa-ry foo"r

°

;

nece*s4.y lor

them to get these favorite! asttttrraacettitoonns, aanndd

order to kkeeeepp tthheessee bboouu..*se-** ggoo.nngg tt.h;ee

ti- Oo. Bg. A. a3.. often a- i*s x».rraa.' -ti.-wahl.e ascxc-oommmm.v>-

ddaattee*s tthheem m ttoo tthhee eexxtteenntt ooff bbuw>k-ki.uugg tthhee aa*t^r--aacc-ttii--nn*s ttbb**yy w waanntt.. TThhiiss bbrriinnggss aaNNujuutt aa ccoonnddiittiioonn

*inn vwhhiicchh rr^eaa-l.lTy ttbhee i>nor ·a -t* ©onnlyr «n*er.

TThhee rr*o>-liiecyj tthhaatt wwee ppu-rrssnuee iianssa-rreess:.

i1.. TThhaatt ttww-i.ccee tiss m maannyy hhoouusseess ssttaayy ooxxiteenn..

22. That the jv-rfor'ner is provided with

twice as many weeks' work.

^ valuable. ..p^.

TRoMI-soN. who* Mr. Kellogg, owner of The Dally Express. I.oa Anc-le.- dallv by Jo«bua nenr.v paper, regard' a, the beat pobllcity getter on

published bv the B. J. Brimmer Com- his editorial staff, covered the Republican Na-

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jo ,, ^3,,,. ,

convent'en In Cleveland, after which he

of book. Whereas the former scame into New York to Join tls wife. EI.OISB ,3 gejn^^ntstive essay, Jones, who by the BIBB THOMruON. dramatist, and one time

^ ^crettrr to Mayor Jtmea Curley, of

feature writpr. who hta bppti

P-oton. and has considerable of tb? same sort r.ected with the Ethiopian Art School since Its

belligerency as has made the mayor famous, opening. Noah, for years a personal friend of

y,. written a novel filled with the frankness T!;e Page, looks even more dapiver than of

.i-j regard for "Punch" that characterizes the yore. Fie has cfg'talnlv established the Negro

and strength.

o. That the performer cf recognized abdity

newspax^er man. Hi« collection of episodes Journalist firmly upon the Pacific Coast.

ft *ta I do ni: attrii fe to th" g-nius or the ;.as a premium on his services.

has fidelity and fearles-ness In every one of wa« accompanied by hla brother, B.kM Th*

tffort- cf any per-ca <.r .'roap of i»-rsoa*. The I3 conclcsioa I would like to make this `hem. They depict an actual social condition wife returned with them.

success of

T. O. B. .k. is due to the prop-isali To test the legitimacy of the claim* w^th candor, albeit such a sequence of action WILFRITn R. BAIN, another newspaiwr man.

whclvacme f-'uadatioa 03 which it was built made by acts laying off I would like fbr you or all of this action could not possibly come {,3, moved up. Since the first of the year

and on the hvai-hy iive-ani-iet-live policies to refer to me some of the names of the C-^m- to pass to any one set of characters, for the ^3)3 5,3. ^^^3 huslness manager and theatrical

pursued by it* cff:.-.a'.s from the time of its plaining members of the professloa. If von very reasons that the conditions his book dls- p^nnr of The Now Y'ork News. Prior to r at

In-sept on. I rsaliie fail w-il that the most vi;!l do this I shad pr. mis? .von in advance cio*e with vtch viv.d accuracy. The story

several years on the staff of The

valuable a«-t of tbe T. O. B. A. is i's r od that the act in question shad be of mediocre vrould naturally be made brief. ^

Atlantic Pity (laz.tte Review, a white p-ibllca-

wiU that ha* b-vn hu.it up thru fair dealiug or poor caliber or on the other hand I shall

Jones is a New England Negro with an fio3_ where his candid alyle attracted con-

With p^rferm-r and minag-r. T-e insinuation

that it i- the rrs-ent x- iicy . f the T. 0. B. A.

to "pieTm.t th-

win be ei-T to h.^n-lle" i« s*' cut of harmony

with the real poi 'y of the T. O. B. A. that

were it any oti-r p-r- a tiiaa yf irself asking

for a re'^u*"il cf th.> a.-u-at.cn I beUeve

I would tr-at the

wi'h contsmxt tud

·imply '-r- r-. It. My d**? interest in retain-

advance some legitimate, logical r-ason for th? layoff of any act that is of recognized caliber.
The law of snp^ply and demand accounts for most of the claim* of la.voffs. Insistent requests from manager* for better attractions cause the better attractions to be given pre-.-edence over the m--dio<'re ones and con-eqaently these mediocre acts are d.sgruntled.

j

foregoing is quite clear

nnu*utlly fine history of X"`i'»ona1 progress in the field of letters. He has succeeded where f*w cf the Race have even hoped to try. His d...-r pfve ah.'isv and story telling technic arc
excellent, but the s«orv indicates that some cf bis knowledge of cond'tlcn. peculiar to the Bouth is of the relayed sort. The «tory Is d-amatle in the exireene, and would make a
'ing drama or film production. first, a highly courageous producer, then a

siderahle attention. He has aeeepted a ataf? appointment with the MIDkYESTERN NEWSp.xppR STNDtr.kTE to do spe.'lal work for 3,,^^ ^3^,_ during which he i* to rr-pare a
of special article, for nation-wide dis,rihiitlon to pain-rs of Ndh rices. JAMES
\v.kRI>. JR . a IVkVltf Clinton H'gh School p-oduct. Is handling the theatrical department
on The New York Sews during the absence of \k'llfr«'d B.iln for two months,

trr your invaluable fn-nd-hip for our organi- aj,.j cemprehensive. If you wish for me to market would have to be found It I* barred EMM.k McKlNNF.Y. daughter of a Jamaica

la* ;.= t.-sm:;-- m.v 1 -r , oonvin.-e

augment the above please make suggestions by its brntal frankness. It makes great read- vNrgvman. wlio«e contralto voice set WIT.E

the T. <· Y. A >Jy aa?s *i--ft o<>u«t b-.yv ooccrr b-so>aarrdd 3., j JV3U

j^ore than glad to accommodate ir.g. but it wou'd be impracticable as an eve- v arion COOKE, musl. al genius, rav ng. con-

d nnd-* my own direction is and w;- . . me aa'ure. *

=

IXTforaance. There i, a thrill, and ,.,,,,,od her foiir-.vear course at the BROOKLYN

p wrote you yesterday about yenr lead perh..aupss an iawwaaxkeen.ing in readui.ng it.

CONSERVATORY OF Ml'itlC. graduating June

Tie cen? ivc dahiy g

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:-:.--3i3

a-rts

Ning

un"j*" story f:.r June 21.

I have not tad time to

u lar ff' a? I see it. i* only verify the various deta U of the *ame.

B BBAA ALLLTTTItIIVM MtO O OHR R& E E PPPAA ARK RKKK*SS*

Tto h1'e**'engaged as dlre»-tor of musleal,'7In's^tmc-

a mar N s*st : f *.1- -niversal law of -upply 'jj
ar i d-m 1 the \ r- ·- iid-i-.iie ti-iter i- an n-'iintioionn

a f-w year-' ··aud.ug At  -f-u' -'- - U'lil'y a d-:*- - · ne for

-;··· · -r !` *. tiat i' ou'- i- - f the

·

Z-- T. O. E A I-

first

-·rim-n: f r br ng nr p'' .u* mate

·

var. I* vaudeville th-ar-rs timont.

, `ry. T ru tu-' ,--<--rat n l..-- .g'.-

t_ru t-i* amilgamiti'in proc-js the

a. tes^n made sa-i-r for th« leal In¬

in the N-gro treater. .*-i h investors

r.t crgan.i->i .'U are permitted to n*e

n- that unt.l recefly only ;Uyd to

r. lyil.tan aud.ence*. By xiniing metro-

wire from Cha*. Mo're. of the Lafayette <!'>* tio* emf rm your statement
relative to t;m. I -ha'l *ee him in pierson next week and w U advise you the exact nature of hli s*il»ment. I shiall investigate the I ther references in the next few day*. How-
e.er. I am incl ned to be considerably mor*
*argu;ne than yourself about the p.jtential -trengtb of any s^X T-ositlon to the T. o B. A. Af' T a  areful survey of the fi-M I f.nJ tlut
ail of the enemies of the T. O. B. A. are

icre or less impotent in-ofar as tr.eir efforts

to hjrm the T. 0. B. -k. might be concerned.

I confess that the T. O. B. A. has had

some troiit'le from the Cnmm ngs territory, but

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B_Baa,llttiim moorree,, tthhee ggrreeaatteesstt eeqquui. lpppi^. edd . rcSi. tiyy . iInn.tthhee country in -th7e matter of d'ver-lfl. d Race
amusements, has tfhr-ee parks for onur patronage,. all,1 managed. bv N..egr-`ses. and, t.wo of, them commppl.lee.ttee.llTy owned hr t'e Race.

Brownn''*s Grove., ff,o,,Qq,Q -- --m -- ,-cnmmiilileess from the ciltyv.,

at Rock Creek,. i!*s reeaacchNee.dd1 hhbyr a '*tstt.aammhhhoos;t

owrnneedd atnndd m maannnneedd bbyv aa NNeegg--*o ccrr.o''Ww aanndd ooff--

A-·'eerrss

CCaappttaaiinn G G Geeeooo---gggeee BB-- --wwnn aanndd W Waaiitteerr

T m ingclleevy aarree ttiiee oow wrree--s,. W W .i'-. rr IJ*'uti'-vv a*nn..-eo i as

*®a»e®ctits. and the ;arfc wh^h Ive-v large, . ff. r* a fa".v e-juiieo'd bathing

p'ant. fishing, an excelier.t issfaurant. merry-

go-round. pony fra k ard roll, r c.'a<fer.

The pvark Is p-w i-d « 'th mos'.- hy D x-n's

Osrbe-tra E. S'mxx«i.'n. E. S mixon. C Wh'f-

tion for the summer etoirse to teachers at the ^.^ate COLLEGE. DOVER. DEI. Her on-r

vaudeville

...

,

.

a_

d.ates two years sln.T In Keith houses under

t " IR Marlon Co<.ke's d reef ion.

0 Sh* e 11_ * pre-_

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FIsGlER AL T EWTS and LEON'kRD

^ VLl'm are J..intly resxvonsible for an nn-

clever new revue at Connies Inn.

Fls'rer. at'O li.is a flis.r show at the HOT I.Y kk'ooD rU'R, and stagiil the dance numbers

for the tdg rOIEMBI k THE kTER «ummer

sh.iw. "HOILVkVOOD EOLllES". with both

white and ctdorcd iwopic.

JIM Dl'kltKItAT. an 'Tnete-Tom" type of

Negro si:rh as 1* rarel.* w-en nowadavs and re-

T l.-.an artraction* to the "previnces" the

**

' `7'^' ncy. C. Otto anil Tern--Imll are ww .fh Prof, ssor p'lted to have N'en a s«wv ant of the Mr.kdivo

T O. B. A. has enhanced the value of all

important hou-es there ^ Dixon.

family at the time of William G M kdini's

I 4 N-g-.j theater inve-tment- and ha- also

we.-d.d out and

*' I i*n Wonderland Park. Rnufu<* Byar«. manager, has birth, attended tl*i> National IVmorratte Con¬

e- u'ur.-d the ba lding of numerous t eaters

rema.ning houses are faring well and .s..-'*h.e,d^3o.ie^d for the Fourti; of Ju, 'v

vention with the Gi'orgia delegation. Jim falli I

i · wns tvia- xrevi u-lv had no -u h -la-e*

attractions are no longer dm- w'l* ^"il.-tie confi 't as the sive,-ial feaf'i'e to f.nd mneh in the way of the glad'and In

,

J,, x.g'o fVat.r. even rUming.

'`e dii-uiv's pr. g-am. He *'aas 1the W.v.-dmen Ne*, York and ,*inflni'd hlm«elf to t' · while

w.utL- a- -lan.-e Ilf the organizat in m.eth id. T anking y..u for all px*t favors and »tth and F'k lodges' dates coonnttrraa,.'ed

fol'.,' Ndel after his first salty heds-rki-d n a

I T r. F k. is -t.ll an uneer- k-udest personal regard*. I remain.

GG--- --nw s.l Park *s4utteerr«. la-rg-'y to pii nie rlownl'ke dt'p a.v of t adge* and ribSins. H*

tan V,--'.-. ..j--d. t' larger citu-. A.-.-ord-

.ng-T t . ! ,I ci.r.G. 's a* a rule .i-rate on

a · a*-f u. if n-· .1 !: ua! -. ale. If al! of th*

t : urer* re-' 1 a

-1 ty t.*!* T. O Pi. -k. were

- -t * *  n V. r-

M

be a T-ry - m; le matt-r t.. roii'i' all attrac-

fi-.cs in'a-t i.'v-r the entire lir.uit. However.

NuT tbe ca*.

theater i*

MILTON STARK,
Bart Kennet and M C. Maxwell, magician*, rking g . "1 I'nblicit} men and all-rouiid -ii..w-
n. met rew'ntly in New Orleans. Presume of bard wear after
they finished a week together.

gri*'!-, and already ffo'*-tryy--ttw«oo ooff the s.-ventv * in" ® meerr ddaa''eess >'a»vvee »N»--eean ccoonnttrraacctt! d by cl'ib'
le'ic' an.J charefce*.
Brown and Singieton wri' Dako'a that weal's r eor.lif'or.* have Imp-ovd in that f-" tory and that thi *h-w !> g along nicely.

didn't fit In the big. town, but it was a

big trip for Jim. prohaldy the event of hi*

life, so t' af makes it

to contemplate

The dominant e! aracter of the convention In-

xifar as t'e Negro is rom'emed I* TITl'S

kl EX kNDFR. of I,w .kngele*. He was nar-

r-.wiy d> frated as a candidate for aldi-rmtn of

h > city a year »iace. la a college man and

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T ti e Billboard

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a- thp outer gunrd and very dlplomatleally .1 the thousands who visited National ·-.itii' t'onimlttce headquarters at the . rf .\'tor!a Hotel. In his spare moments
ted Harlem, met folks and hei-ame a fri-ii'l of KEBDlN.tNH Q. MttItTttN.

iH.NitlPlI as a CIVIC Sirvue comuimee.ii.'i

, '

t'lty of New York makes him the rank-

I.iMiocrat of the nation.

(

-lIIl.iIIi\"M I."<I\i.M ivn.'>iB,,osvctv.ovcn.lisJtu., lJ*y,o,in1e.d.

the McA. »N.Dr,Rr.KvUn.eS.' He is to do his

-tiints and a scvcnly-foot ride down ...lull on a whiel. · 1 am-f.H.ted'' Bll.LY MlTtTlELL la one

·. r i»rinrli`ulh In

*

iriutija

KUts'*, u Uo· ·

iVimpany film being made In the Metro

,, ,1 with some M-enes yet to In- done at ,, , ; W.-..1. BBNNli: LEONARD, prize fighter. Mdl \ ALLEN and TAMANY YttCNO are the
. I . V;. tf principals.
MAttIK M.-KAULANi:. pianist and organist.

V ha. H-en at the Screen Theater. New

^pr'R. f'T at'out a year, w.vs a recent Billboard luullilcir. She works Iin white and colored theaters

a.Pnrdt h.'r ability Iis wonderful.

MiMTliiinnncSsftlrirC peIll aaaDnnQidl TT1 peCnnIlftl O SSIhkIU oaW ww TTlaaam llkk
_

Walter Massoonn''s Band

vre have even aeen with a eamival and we

want them to come back again." We are glad to record this high iiraise for Boyd IlurrU.

who has Just returned to the business after

a misfortune In Oeorg.a that kept him out of

the business for nearly two year-. His show

lie iimea veicui anil wii.ui, < isi-oin aiiu VUISUID,

' Jelly Boll and Si-ottie", Mo-e Thomas, John

Itobinson and Miss Mines, who In private life

II s ..M V., rs. H 1, arriIs.

,

,

I j

I'eter Briggs, tuba player. Is delivering the

bass notes with attention-arresting ability with I rof. White'* side-show on the Hagenberk-

W allare Clrcna.

N P- A T N. £. A. T.

ftlnrifw Thnin

Pupils Glorify Their School

There

IIss

no

' " "

,

crnntt--aannd-drilcd ganle

, for

measuring

.he decree, oAft .tie,-ess iinn matter, aarrttii.lfii....

n^greea or

n manors

"''J'

h*

»w

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work of a school periood h.ghblr s8n0CC'>--ccssssffiiil

«ca~s"el->ha«rrddeenne^d producers of caba.rreett--fl^r shows with a dozen successful shows under
I';;'. management want "Ttmt »<«>'»>'· Also
when the pr.nclpals of a show like "Runnin M'iilldd" a«-lf for the pupiUils, when the man who arranged music for an even dozen "Zlegfeld

FollUs" enthuses over the das, and when five

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.

..

whose fame rests on the presentation of female

pulchritude In dunce eltects, actually ask for

the group, was anotl>er great hit. Others were

".tfrica" and ·`Bon-Bon Bahlea".

"The

1`irate", too. received comment as bedog some-

thing very unusual.

no iiiie.re-- . Masei]

jiiss uuauiii,

featuring Marion Moore, with u dozen girls, wa- the high s|K)t In aesthetic group work.
A. nna Jtone..s...iIn a. dif.fi.c.ult t*o.e .dTa.n. . e. , . Do.ro.th.y Kmbry us ''Miss Jazz" herself, Maxie Mahood

In some eccentricities of tl.e Charleston dance that defy competition, the Anderson Sisters.

Bahy Malvena PDaahbnnoe.yv,. presented by Walter

)B{iicrbbaarrdd«sOoDn.. wwhboo wwaaas tthhee oonnllyy ppaarrttiicciippaattiinngg

gi 1

J. I. . Jj

, 1

prrrooffees.-iioonal. and O Oebrtfrruudde M ttbbll.taakkeer imn

-Rroorriinnnnee' were personal su-cesses of the first

nwaa*ter. live children, eight to temn .yveeaarrs of

age. .s^ihhheellHllft (Coolllleettttee, vi,w.itan .mt

Cr<iiDr..ov-r<o.thyMnoSroummiinnersn..

M ! ^rj·*f. trio. "^^alton and rffdrfka Moore, In "a

,.roek dan.p. ^tagod by Miss Boxhill, were

marvels of juvenile cleverness.

rhonl group under Mr. Noll, with p,,|jg f|_ Butlter as a<'--ccoommppaanniist. presented four

j;,.r>ups, "Brootthheerrhho.»od"., "Faauusstt'"', "America Beautiful",. ''Dixieland", and Harry Bnurleligh's

' I"" "'r .

..pj^ ,

Grave". . .

T*'*- htaff res^nslble for the successful pres-

included: Jesse A. Shipp, stage

director; Leon Williams, ensemble director:

TfavtnAn/l Affitthovrs:

Hiwo.fnv l-MIfh

Theater in that city. No city in America af-

fords a more complete picture of Negro life

than Atlanta. Everything l.s there from the

lowliest pha-es to the finest husin. 's. social

educational features, includ ng Isina fide

**** business establi-hments in con-tant opera-

..

....

7*'' p

* * *''*

*'*' ** . ^

" *8vis pri st ge ti-iwes

much name

athnad.t t.rm.a.doset d.Re-accreiptelonntesrporfi-etshelafciklm .

The have

made public

1'*"® Marshall, with Margaret Simms, Cliff

I'''*'"**- Maxie and Jimmie t\ h te, offering *>!Khteen minutes of im\p and syncopation,` . recc*e»nnttllyy closed the bill a«t the VI'aalhmic-pe TTbheeujitteer. Bridgeport, Conn., and I s-al rPa«,,oorrs were vervy
ltovmment- on the little act. ^^j^h Lee savs is soon going into the We-t.

^ ^ `

j,,j

u-ood. woou-

hn^aass

cclooonnn.titrrr.aiaceetiecdii

wiftih, i ,

ttuh.e

rii..trrouook. s

M ^jaahhiieeuu CCoom mppaannyy ttoo rroow-ttinmnuie* tfhliec nnoeww H H-otrroen^n*.**

Mills `Tlantation Rotup '. now In rehear.al at

the Al. Jolson Theater. .Miss Kiviettp. of that

firm, who dpsiar.ed many of Broadway's most fameous costumes, is designing the whole out-

fit. Which will co-t approximately ?;'.noo. Till.ls concern also iDes-ed ".shuffle Along",

' Running tVild" and ''In B.imville''. So Lew Is-sUp'* star will have n show ranking with
proiliietlons.

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I>a(l AH 8

WriTCr TOf IllO

wagon along the parade route. John Armstr-iig. tVlliam Bettljohn, AU>ert Washington, Harry Massengate, Nolen Keif, A D. Block, j.iun M.dilli-ton and Boland Canada are the n.u-ioians. George Bell. MTIllam Johnson, .X'chie .Major, Floyd Brown and Mrs. Mason

the first public entertainment of the National Fth opiun .\rt School has more than ju-tlfied the hopes of Its promoters.
There were but few more than a thousand people at the New Star Casino, New York, June 19, but among those were many people

Anderson, Miirlon Moore, Dorothy Embry and Whitaker, captains of d.mcers: Juliet
tromwell l^ammond, Ella Skinner Bates, Kate '· Thompson. Helen May Boxhill, Lemuel B.
Jo»^P*>8. Gaorge Currie. Walter Rol'inson, ! "unlebelle de Knight, .Hhert M. Noll. Henry

brings geniii- to the plecp,'' "Shakemust have thought of Robeson," and
the l*aM statement that there would j,p many young artist, who would be glad to pjay opposite him.
Luda R -hinson Jones, William Vea«ey

are dong the singing and dancing part of the In-lde rntertalnment. The boy* Bre dancing in kno. k-out style and are all singing. Boll

prominent in American concert, dramatic, musical comedy and educational circles. Anne 'Wolter. director general of the school that

t.feamer, Philip Lwb, James P. Doyle, I rof. Grunberg, Charles H. Anderson. Constance Alfred Woods, Anna Si-hultz, Ricks

Frank Harrison, eoncert artists, appeared ^ recognition service program at the Grace church in New York with Dr. Charles .Teffer-

ind Williams handle the comedy and get the has enll-ted the finest instructing talent of

I.! :ghs.

N)lb races. will long remember the ovation that

"4

Hawkins, faculty; Cecilia

Augusta Jones, Sarah Cnstls and Anna

of Broadway Tabernacle. Col. Arthur Llta,,d other fan'rd p*'0[»Tf of both races In

..u.-ov" Holmes' Revue _
In-d MalWer. ^ the park, p`er and beach X s!-luor for the New 'lioorrk offices of The Bill-

greeted her appearance on the Mage. Henry

Creamer, stage dancing d rector; Helen May.

jp^j^tietor of aesthetic dancing, and Albert W.

^

responslMe for the choral

accompanists. (ifflcers of the institution are; John S. Brown. Jr., president; Ernestine Rose, first xicee-president; LIceoon Williams, Henry CFrr--aamer,

honor of the Rev. Alexander Garner. Juanita Brady Haley, one of Hv- grotip. is
the composer of the official New York Demoeratle rally song. Her nmnber wa« fn-qiiently

ts-'-aarrd. I- an admirer of J. M Wesley Hy*a!p'!p'-y'' lIltoollnnoo.s- ^ `'New iI>'rrlleraans IL.ecxiuu>* , al MWagner Prrroolt' .>rr>. .*">lelie'rpplle Clrcu-. I oney Island, . ew ·AUo.rrkk.. '-IIhheerree arc c.ghl-en ioo.ple in the show, including Rasltus MWilson. Harry -`J Ijiru. iec W Milliam-. Dy*e'l"la'' Mmmons, 1 rof. b- s'ler s Jazz band and e ght snappy and good-
I.Ktking i-hristers. Now, Happy Kimball
There U plenty of happiness at Coney Is.and. New Aork. "napp}" Kimball, who 1  aded a show at the i'iand last year and stari* d this sea-on with the M-lls-Floto Circus. s\ii>-umt..d to his love for the si-aside and retiirtud to Coney l-Iand with a show for 1. A. Wagn.r at the Boxxery and Jones walk. He vi-il'd Th< BilllHiard offices while en route

pgrrro>unpp,. certainly mnst lavxe felt gratified with ^shbowing of their pupils and with the rejjjpy anj ,their classes received from the
lubllc. Tweuntyy--»six numbers were tendered in the program that ran slightly llee--^ss than hours.
It 1, difficult to pick outstanding features. so many "show stoppers" were there, hut for a di-pIay of wonderful staging the "Swanee River" soft shoe nnmher. with seventy-six jm--pie doing Ihi' rhytinilc and tricky old "Virginia Essence" steps in unison, takes the palm. It wa* one of Henry Creamer's conxeptiona and Includ'd Juven'le and elder pnplls.
The "Dixie DrlM" by sixteen girls, another freamer production, made even Lew Leslie,

Charle* Gilpin. Henry F. Downing and J. A. .larkson, second vice-presidents; Fllrabeth Davis, secretary; James VWYeellddoon Johnson. ttrreeaassuurreerr;; JJoohhnn SS.. BBrroowwnn.. JJrr..:: EErrnneessttiinnee RRoossee.. Anne Wolter, Walter Robinson and James Weldon Johnson, directors: Anne Wolter, general director of the theater sohool.
The dramatic classes will appeaK soon in a group of three one-act plays. There Is little donbt th.st if the qualify of work evidenced t'.'- the sing ng and dancing groups Is disclosed fat the ambition of the promoters for a bona fide Institution of the cnitural arts with a school building, dormitories and theater of Its own will be forthcoming. Within one year all c-senfal elements have been developed. teaching staff, student body and public interest,

heard In ec<onrention ehoru-^e'-. Seore another for the wooimen.
Ttjh,e A\nm,perican Woodmen of Charle-tnn. S.
|,,,j, xspixoiinnssoorring an nutdonr earnh..! we.k of oj j jrriand Thomas, mauau. r of the ij inVoln Thheeater, is in charge and advis.-s that BRaaxe'ee aarrttlissites of merit will be given j,reference.
AVillie Walls was not much imprcHS'd with the LLaa^faavyeeltte Theater bill in AV'n-ton Salem, N. C.. week of June It!. He say-i: '`On.-ty Fletcher and h's partner have a l'«> per cent act. ' w xxh^hilllee Matlox-k and Matlm-k imd Coles and Col", have about the p-or-t acts I lave seen in
.. *'

to a i-o-tmuer's. xihrre he arrangi-d for sj»-c al rirt-p- iitiil a num'vr of nice s«-ls, so that b.v
Is Elk Candidate Nathan Robinson, xx-ith the Miller Bro-

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HERE AND THERE AMONG THE FOLKS _

WWHHEEIRE CAN YOU BE FOUND
, ,
AA ccaarrdd tof the type listed below will
CcoOsSt $1 per insertion in advance.

l;lk"^.f^h^xvI.fd.'''^s^mbHI^ns^^o^ tl-.' I.ranil Tvler of the order The R.ae b.sis.k, for him the as-istan.e of ,howfoiw in I . enter for this worthy brother.

Tic ''Wniffle Inn Jazi Kevuc", with the Miiih. XV J. Uilej hhoxxs. Is rcjsirtcd to bo the t'stiiri- shoxv of the mtdxvay, and the boys. Ini.ii'ling >;<li|>e Simmons ami James W. Jones. s-'T cxerybody ia happy.

Harris has closed with

'/< g.r b'.ow, and la with the C.

--ix - Iinn llooww*s,. w WhDecrrer boer lwa

... l-rislig.-il.

.

the C. b. R, Leggetfe a rrermturronsedu

.(.rrrespondrnt Chamber,, who ias tour.ng thru '('.'c''ofrKg'i*a-. «m"«e*t ^t^`efrrggeeaanntt GG`'liss HHooaarrdd aatt aann aarrm myy xamp n ne-arr »( oollnum mbbuuss., ainndd w whhaatt hhee rreeppoorrttss *abouft hi, s,tt..xyv with the o d comrade makkees, The I'age downright jealous of some felloxvs* good jiick.
Be-sle Smith, famed blues slpger, who lia,
iH'i-n featnrlng one of the star units over the T. O. B. .A . closed her Southern tour at the
Frollx' Theater. Bcemer. .Ala.. June Jl. and
jumped to her home In rhlladelphia for a well-
«x "arn"od* rrcest..
Tutirn to the review of "The Hollywood Follnivens " Ilna .tahhaixae BWunrrliees-qaunea idieapnt. arrttmm*.--nn. tt noff ,t. hhii-- I1s,--
sue avn"d;',urmeahdl `5',^ about our :re/;p;r:e:s.eHntoaTtio'"n\!i:nn:tMhe

1l--gghhtter offerings This fact confirms the natural lMovvee ooff ccoolloorreedd ppaatrroonn,, ffoorr ggoooodd m mnnssiicc.
LLeeoonn lLoonngg, wwhhoo I1s, ffoorr tthhee ttiim mee ooppeerraattiinngg oouutt of Birmingham, annonunnecee*s a very ambiittiioouns, program for his ' Hello Rufus'' Show. .After

eight weeks in a lox-al park the show has been `ent on tour under canvas for the summer

Leon advise- that at the close of the summer

the show wilt p'ay week stands in theaters nn-

HI early In

when It will again be -ent

thru the South under the tops Otis Sherman

·>' producing, w th Blit Brigg, and Jem Hiyden

`'l''

I*

'"^y and Texas McCrca the sonbrct. Ralph MrOoa in Holnsr wtmlifht

r.-ma- H Duval Is bnrn-torming hla medt-

-uc -'- .ar

hi, magic work as the draxy and the ..dored

.ng erd thru West Virginia. D. K Kelts is m.xde ,.p of Dewey AAeinglass and his axis

ch.TM}taM; ap'^^aramv, MnVfhe " how" basVn

T,,,.,on. Thev contributed services to the

^

Testimonial, the Sh.wmnt Con-

I "t.ng the outfit. "

O-eiir Mlcbcaiix moves fas,. Not long since gregatinnal Church and have other benefits in we reiKirled Ills presi-nx-e in Texa-. I'nder date

T''`(lid Kentucky'* Minstrels on D W

s-.iti-.-ir. "MiMinliglit Shows" is another of the

tniii ft.... piinsln-ls trying to restore t.> min-

ir.'.-y ii- former clean reputation.

George

" '--11 i- staga manager. ''skeCer" Winston

- I K.-l-rt Foster arc tlic comedians. Others

: . I....rge MiKinney. RoIst, Hlnlev. "Skreter"

of June 20 came a letter advising that he "as In the vicinity of Birmingham. B.y the time this gets Into print the fa-1 moving movie ni.xn will perhap* be far from there. He Icavx's every toxxn with contracts for his f Iim ni-' 1H11I-- late-ti Iis Iissssxikkcnili Iinito tmhee Fraarmaoouuss Thheeaatteer. Birmingham, for mibdl July dates.

uniy riiambor- says he has discovered a good arches,rx in Columbus, Ga., In the Internafinn*| Hsncl. IVuiglas T'rterman. William Allen, tvillls Smith. James Smith and 1, V. Carter, ,jjri'i-,or, making up the outfit.
M,r.,n Smith's Band, a Clef Club unit, la at I'ickwicV flrlll, newest and finest dinner

rhtrp« of ad'lrf>*. ftc, «''.»·>·< T«*railHiWo.

AJJtpsi

lVr«Ttinfol,

fri P Pl,i,,ce,. rinrinriatt. Olilo.

that the copy

li.ns ffoorr JJAACCKSON S PAGE U^T.

HOWARD C. WASHINGTON
Caiassina Oirsetw Wi»hlnq,on'* Orchrstras. Ohia R.sre«fB,*tiXHi Clarcar* Williasix Mu$i* Pub. C*.. tnc., 3024 Kworr Aw.. Cincinnati, Ohia.

VIOLA McCOY
RECORD SINGER. (i-sn for A'.cidrTllie I'T-r-sentillon.x. Prrmanfnt. 112 W,,t I3I», Street. Nex*

Vark.

Johnnie Jackson's Lunch

2265 Seventh Ave., neae |33d St . Net* Yerfc.

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ALLEN AND STOKES
DARKTOWN BAZAAR COMPANY
Flavin* Western T. D. B. A. Theatre*. Prrmanent. The Billboard. New Verk.

Ethel Hinley, Rols-rta AA'll-on. Ti ddle

" instoii, Bertha Johnson and Lottie Nolile-. -- -

'luia Alloo is the only woman with the lit·  Dixie Mills,rels" on the K. G. BarkmU

b

Tlie .-onipany. out of Ror, Huron,

'I h.. u ri'iHirteil to b.' n fas, one .Archie ·'Ibn. "Slim" Howard Albert Cries,an. laum-

The Rex l.alHiratories. a medix-al x-'oonncern In Duiirrhaum. N. C.. Is one of the biggest com-erns of the Race In Its line The management plana to lie represented at every large fair and eonventlon of x-olon-d jxeople that 1* condux-ted this season. Negotiations for x-om-esslons are beIng eonducted by the rhlladelphia distribution onUe.

club In Newark, N. J. H K. Lceinu-h -ays Ithliat, excursions from the
Interior are making Shell Island Beach. N. C., n busy and popular resort. .Sunday band eonc<-rts are drawing much patronage from Wilmington. txvelvc miles away. A half d"ien cottages. a small hotx-l, a real dining room, swings and a fine bathing eslabllshment. with six

B jajbbbJ BBamaMAWA

M1Q¥C BI1Q ^NB|1^V0| V

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conmuiricate with THEATRE OWNERS' BODKINS

*"

·CA'lni^).

H. Aolur.t,er BxillJlng. Cl»tunoo,». Tin.

,'I Turner, IVddd,. Harris. Louis Dixon and ·t'cL ihA'ore. vxho ha, chargx- of the front,
ii'ike up the troupe.
" l-cn I'rlee. a Dlllhoard fan In Cabin Creek, 'V Aa,. want, the world to know he has ax-en
Harris Jfc Mines Cheekerbixard I'liiyrrs with C" Cotton Kent Carnival. He sa.vs, "The

publicity representative of the T. O. j, ^ fircul, 1* sending out a spx-cial rx-lcase
concerning Mnie Braniiam, latest singer to
be featiirxHl over the time. She op«>nx-d at the mjon Th-ater. Nashville, Tenn., under the p.-r-onal direr,Ion of MIMon B, Starr Her program ranges fpim jazz to opx-ratlo mimlH-rs. nnd we are happy to record that the latter

voncesslons. tvyo of xyhieh ar.- Leach's, make cnlen'rl'e. Additional features are he-
installx-d.
Ben Davis, nationally known .Atlanta new-- paper and fraternal man. ha, N-come Interested In film* His Atlanta Imb-penden, Is sponsorIng a picture to b.' produced by the HamiltonBeach Film Co. Local talent wilt he used, and

^ 9D Extra GMd Roeaia. Caaftee---FFlirrjstt--CCttasss^.

IS Bath, StrsaMw Heattd.

H H^O 3TTPlEEL Li ¥LIIMCOL.M N

Lar-- -*-t, and RBest Ra e II teril Iin Ohio.,

Spex-l»l Raattee*, to the Pp fers*«l'"*Px.

MR. AND MPPhhRooS«n.«e..'D*RRAaaVnnIddDaellaehHh*A55«W 833K'.^'I*N**S'. Man.

J24473J CE. 40TH STREET.

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CLEVELAND. 0.

x'V'ic toxxn wa, delighted with the best show xxt-rc even more faverahly received than her tbe first showing will be at tbe raramonnt if y«*t write to an advertisw meatiea The Billbeard.

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Xtie Billboard

JULY 5, 1924

both year

I schools which lie between the child i T M-\Y weU oe that, .f George -M.

pr.mer A-cd Greek; . . . .t reG'J.r--

·-- .an pei-.sts .n affront.r.g Ub^^r-

QUESTIONS I

Whitcomb R.ley *o sir? r.o rr.i .^e

·....·'..·3r..**s .n .^mer.i a. .t w ..l tr ms-

AND

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c« Billfi^oard

A tac wor.4.

PuMUbM *ftrf w«<>k
l-y Th« Binbca''d Publiahtrig Cs'^pany,

W. H. DONALDSON,

N;(

IWh

Cbair'nan of tH« Beard

fnl

la .*· ewa slaat tt

THE BIIiBCABD BriLDING.

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S-27 05»?m F!*e«.

mill f li-.iiat:.

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Ha.A £304

lull

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T«>fTa5a Al'lrsaa, '.aaaQ.

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NEW YORK

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Fbaa«. La kawazaa TU<>-1.

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CHICAGO

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Crtlly Ba.l<l:ac. U:a;i>« tad D^arkcra #`r«<>ta.

PHILADELPHIA

he can

like ?.-.ake~p^.ire. . . .

"If a crit.c woald .-t.irt a r-l.z.on .i

would r.ot have any obje t ou. to otjr.-

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and they woulca t ne* d

·t. . . .·

Mar It Twa..i certainly 'Jr.-, .i?..! t..at

b-. ks--I'lnd not only book^, out nia.

rr.u^ic and iaint.ng, and i.ad he Lved

lo.-.ger doubiieaa he would have

eluded hints--wn.ch fa-1 to please the

cr.tica may 'tr.d often do I.ft the

maa.ies from the lower to the many

h.gher levels wl.ich are still below that

o*j«:Ui..ed by people cf culture and high¬

ly refined ta.4te, a.-. 1 that in so doing

they perform a very us-rful service.

bock reviewer who wri-te entirely

ah..ut book.s recently pointed this ou*.

In matters of taste i.e pn-tured the

ma.i'*-- as ail perched cn a gigantic

stepladder.

It reaches to the very lowest cf the

iiw-brow levels,' he wrote, "and it

ri-es to the very h.ghest heights of

h.ghbrowlsm.

The he.ghts are compelling cn th.s

e th t he h.:j permar.-.r.'l/ r"'.r»-d ·i.'.-l that there i.-* r.o if a.oout ti.e mat¬ ter. H..- follow;, g cor. - lit--i \ef .· I .re*r!v '.f men and women who beI.-rve. in the tenets of Libor-unionism a-f th^jr* do .n the.r re^fpective rel.gions.
Fu.-the.-rr.'tre that following con-.etnl cf <y. :/ a neghg.b'.e percentage of 'l.e -.-c.illed Claeses.
He h is r.' t overstepred the bounds yet. Ti.e masi-es are a patient and a Lberal lot.
_ While the light holds out to bum--. ·
Ted Coleman, musical director of ``I'll Say She fs"*. a.»*erts that The Billboards recent review of th.l at¬ traction -written by Gordon Whjte) was the mo-t intell.gent that the show has rece.ved e.ther in New York or Chicago.
Praise from a mus.cal d.rector, who sees from a po.nt of vantage if not every performance of a show at least many, many more than any other one persen, is praise indeed.

ANSWERS i
W. s --W* r»f*r JOB t« '.ne *7 tb« alDtin-i (how pr"i'r.»-toTf for tb» laformit.oa r»garri,a< the iB«!-tm»Bt of ( (mdi alBdr*! eoapan^.
K. E. --W* 4o a«t know tb* (Siary at th<^ B ,tIoa plctara I'ara foa a*a». Yoor ottH-r qiaatiooa ar« alio eotlraly too per*ooAl.
E. T.--Top wiU bara to (ei-ere a ^.'B.`t ti iBport bird! aad aalaalt t:om farr.gn eouatritf. Apply at tho C. 8 B alaclral 8iir»»7, I>7artB»Bt of AsiirBltora, Wauhlattoe, D C.
T. T --A Pttar a<l«lr»«aad ta Usil FarwardItg Mrrlce. Th« Billboard. Clae aaatl, 0., w.il BO de-ibt r>^ai b your party. Her pr*(ant w..«rraboata m sbt b« knowa at the oO-a* at tha S^B Bouk.ac £xi*i.afi(a, Bpriagftold. 0.
B N. T.--T:.e war put fbo nkldi ndrr tJa Public !>· f»c.d*-r Boann-Bt, bat It arlll rtaa asilB. T .a Erc»»« ty t r matohiog tbe pro».~ cut.BA at*crB»y w.tb a detanaiTa lawyaf grawa m ra a ota arrry y»ar.
A. Q -- Wa would Bot adalao yao to go to

Ph«E«. Tmci

K W. g'ljra^r 8tr«>t. till

to

ST. LOUIS

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t> Pirtc*. o;:t* ira

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BOSTON '

atr««t.

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to B/ma JOl. Littla Ba..il a?,

B-jjlitca Str*«t.

stepladder. The he.ghts pull the climber l.ke catnip draws cats. The heights hold the attract-veness of the pot of gold on the other side of the rainbow. Whether one wants to or not. chancing a rung, one is bound to cl.mb. Under ordinary circumstances one isn't liable to fall off this laiWer.

June 21 marked as near a close of the season of liifJ- .4 in Pans as the season there ever comes to closing. June Js w.U serve as well as any other date for that of New York, altho It was not at as low an ebb on that day as it was earlier In the month.

Ixia Acgrlra .a aaarcb at a poa.tioa la tba * aoTiaa ' aa It ia aald tkara ara »ara than titty g r'.i a waak pourlBc ! tbara aod local a'itb(>;:t »( baaa tbatr btadf fuD taking cara ef t a-a lapiraata.
NEW THEATERS

KANSAS CITY

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PboM. Harrlaoa

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WARFARE, DIRE AND GRIM?
IT would seem that the Commissioner's letters sent out ahead of
1 shows--quire generally referred to as "Tyfison pen" letters by those
against whom they have been directed--h.ave at last provoked reprisals.
It looks very, very much as if his opponents have determined to show him that the poison r>en is a weapon that two can play w.th by striking at his abettors an l supporters in much the same way that they (his opponents) have been harassed and inj'ari*d.
If .®o, it means that a srjerrilla warfare that will be destructive and devistating in the extreme Is row on in the outdoor show wirM.
A war of this nature is one of the most difficult things in the world to arrest and bring *o an end. It u.sually has to run on and on until one side or the other or both are completely worn out and
ezhaustetl. The pity of it! When the .^moke of b-ittle has eventually rolled away and peace
once more reign.s, about ail that the war will have proved is that the commis-sioner resorted to the letter thing first--and practically everybody concerned knows that right now.
Surely it i.s possible to find a better way--a way that will prove infinitely less wasteful and exp«nsive--to prove a proposition like that.

I

Wark 00 tba Waitlanl Tbaatar. PertaMoqib. 0., la baiag nubad to coflitlatloa aad It la (Unaad to opaa lata la July.

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5 M«.. a Uak of tba Panugaa CirevlL apasa-i

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Tba Maada Tbaatar, Boagbtoa, Iflcb., whicb

§ ; aa boen coder coaitractloa for tba ;wst yaar,

E «;.l open July 4. according to Graboakla Broa..

Q prfpr'etor*. i

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Coaa'rartiaa baa atartad oa tba saw tbaati-r

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~ at M Cl''try. Wa*h., for «ba Araaoitr Cin-cif.

j It win ba t ai'bad lata la tba aaBmar and la

a ta aaat 000.

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Tba coatract baa baea award<^d tor tba coo-

J atriK'tioa of a ciaeBa tbaatrr at Wlacbaatar,

lod. It it ta coat about A'-O 000 and will ba

g of brUk coaatmtloa oith terra aot'a tria.

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T'.a Society of ColumMa (S. C ) la pI^Bniar

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to till'd a new Town Tbaatar to coat approiimu'rir *2'-.'too. of wMcb (ua aboat *20.0*1

h.is already been raiaed.

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·1 BeBlttau-^ (oo-iid be mj4» tr poa''H>acc ar ti ezpreaa ap>ocy ord^r <>r r»-fi»t»r*d letter, adndfi-^aed or sale payable to Tbe B.IIbc.ard Pub-

Furthermore, one, if let alone, usually

WILL ROGERS deserves, and is re¬

' Samorl Bo.raraky bat porrhaMHl a ait* at tbe (ortbwirat coriter of FortlUani rtMid and Crotoaa areBoe, the Broax. New York, iitd pliss tbe

bakiag Co.. Ciac'.naati. Obk> 44 Tbe editor eanoot uadertake to return

ua-

starts at one's proper level

ceiving. credit for el.minating i-rectisa sf  pictnie theater tbcrecB.

 n oalieaed tsaauscr.p'a. Cerreepoodeata aboold

``The youngster in the side alley with

much of the grosser and coarser

j, keep copy.

his dime shocker is firmly planted on lines and material in "The Follies".

Tbe EBi'Ire Prapertlaa CompaBT ptaaa *<>

I If yoa tad i Baatateaest er ermr im aay ,ecpy <r! Tb* B .Iboerd. p.eaae notify tbe editor,

a

rung of the

ladder.

The more he

Ever a he-man. he has ever detested erect a $1,000,000 theater aad offWe bolldiaz

i Tte B .'lioarl reeercee tbe ngbt to edit all reads the more he want.-^ anl the the smelly stuff.

at Buliaar road asd Ba<t NIatb atrert. Clere-

li adiertie.ag cupy.

better he wants it. Tiie y.-iung lady

Like all great artistes, his methods land, O., to replica tbr Empire Theater. It

with her Bertha Clay and l.er Uiura and art have always been legitimate. «II bare a »eatiBf capacity of l.HNi. Mae

Jean Libbey is .soon climb.ng . little

His motto mieht well be that of the atortes a( afficea will be deaifaed ta aerre

to her Harold Bell Wright. Strugglr.g great paper he writes for paraphrased: theater trade asd allied b«atsef>e«.

along the lower rfngs and the heights ".\11 the Stuff Thai's F-t To Spill"

beckon. No reader is conscious of iL "The Follies" R<-vgersized is a better

`Vol. XXXVI. 1

JULY 5.

No. 27 His book finished, he looks for more and a greater "Follies".

--a chance to study--an opportunltjf

interesting books, and. therefore, bet¬

Nor will it lose any of its following to learn to appreciate---drama and oper i-

ter ones--for him. For her, too. .And among the carrion connoisseurs chip¬

-America leads in many lines of

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Ekiitorial Comment

! << A

S IRISH ROSE ', declared

he moves higher. If he is content with h.s rung, he remains there, cling¬ ing happily ; nd unenviou.sly: obliv¬ ious of further heights."
The thought is intriguing--and all

pie-chappies and looselips.
M.\NY, many exhibitors thruout the country who have be-n hoping

progress--but not in all
If the business barometers thruout the country are all accurately adjusted and if the readings were all accurately

^

by practically all the critics in the more so when we consider that

against hope that somehow or in made and if the obser^mtions were ac¬

· t

New York to be quite beyond not only Mark Twain, but Barrie, .«ome way Charles O. Binderup would curately rei>orted and summartseil. trad*-

atlie pale at its premiere in the metropo- Shaw and a whole host of other grreat win his suit are bitterly disappointed during the last fortnight showed i

1 lis, well over two years ago. as all of writers feel th-it their novels, plavs over the outcome.

small ''ut distinct g.tin. This gun.

'Our readers know, is st.ll going strong and stories do full service if they only

None other was possible, however, moreover, was significant.

^ ' not only there but in several other amuse and entertain people.

ni-r Was any other ex|>ected by the Manufacturers, Jobbers and retailers

s "Cities.

gr*-at majority of lawyers and cool realizing that, in the words of Waiter

T · f Mark Twain, m a letter to Andrew JLang. written shortly after the pub-

Itvel-hended bu.*lness men who had W. Head, president of the .\mertca:i he Showmen's League oi .Vn. r- followed the c.ise closely and knew its B nkers' .Vssociation. "The Joy ride is

p 'lication of "A Connecticut Yankee",

ica is now a thoroly estabh.-iied merits.

over." have been adjusting themselves

^ 'a.iid:

and strongly entrenched in-xii-

With radio cutting into his receipts to a more moderate but better su>-

r j ` The critic assumes, every time, that tution.

deeper and deeper every week, the t lined turnover, and It is working.

· ,5f a book doesn't meet the cultivated

They will never overthrow it now, outlook is pretty dismal for the thea¬

^ .class standard it isn t valuable. Let thanks to Fred Barnes.

ter owner.

,u.s apply bin law all around, for if it is True, many others have given \a.th

France's .Veademy of Humor is a

a; .sound in the ca.-e of novels, narratives, great liberality of their t.me and at-

real institution. It Is now over two

picture.* and such things it is <»r- t»-ntion, notably among them Ed Car- Theatergoing is to be made a r«-gu- e.irs old. meets at regular lnter\'als

B tainly sound and applicable to all the luthers. Edw. P Neum nn, W. D. lar curriculum in the schools cf anl is recognized and reported by

Ji steps which lead up to culture and »Hildreth, the late John Warren and Copenhagen. I>enm.irk. and plans are i-everal i>ai»ers. among them Le Temps.

-make culture possible. It condemn.s the late Warren A. Patrick, but none under way for the rebuilding of a

·s

the spelling book, for the spelling bo-.k is of no u.se to a person of culture; it condemns all school books and all

has given so unreserve<lly and so un¬ stintedly or battled more bravely in great emergency than Mr. Barnes.

theater for this purpose. Think of it. Every child to receive a course m

"Tlie laM'ked IXHir'' seems to be i Case Simply made to order for the Citizens' Jury. It is decidedly siisy.

JULY 5. 19»

Xlie Blllbosrd

49

APPRENTICESHIP DAYS IN THE CIRCUS PROFESSION

By JOHN WORLANO
Till: (il>j`ct of thU trticlo 1» to iUo»tr«te ihr prole'·'lull and tlip fmrral piililii; t!;p diffpri'DPP Ix'twi-pu tho oM appr<nti'-«..p li.io of tlip circuH profpkkion aud tljo ; f -I nl 'y'tciu of tuday.

Tlip la't ciurratkin wltnP'>e<l Up peiJ of

eld 'Vkirui anil '·in-c tliPii approDtlvoi

.nknunn today. Thrre

Du iiD'-ktion but

· ni thp old ajatPia prudui-od tUo In'!*! and tiie I rf'f ··'Dt all-ro.iud iT'-mral i*rf"riupr<

.nd arll'ts uodcr tbo tii:ti<iii uf i-uinpptPDt

< rcu-s director* a'ad e*iH-ri»'n' 'tI pprfurnnr».

'ike fii>t tkioc that vaa taiitlkt to tbu ap>

···i.l. ',

or girl, wa* pra'i-. This «4*

· : UP by liaTiiig tbe pu.<il uiidi rgo. uTpry ntcrii'

g. Md' prartice. Thii cooaiKtod of eaeri-ikP*

- .tli the ariDi wbivli would haeo a l< odt-D'-;

,

grace ard atjle to tb'- pupil, kpiit',

 ,niio; of li'g», all of tbi- -til** »f ·ii'tiiic

' .if gyi`` ttra daily a" well as tbe act or

!· tint were beiiig tau.'bt to tb" pupil. It

I ani" a part of tbeir dally avia at ion aud

vbiD t!.e apprentice reached a puint of pro*

Qcy lie was graceful a* well as ``killed in

» n-iktt re act. Every i" rfurnier In the

· arly dajs was a tboro, coint>eient and general

..rti»t and was trained to know all in con*

M'ction with tbe forty-two-fout ring. Tle'g

wi ri- alii taught to be pxi>erieDced entry rid* r«.

.\* in tbe early dais the different entries,

*ucti a* tbe *tar and waits, tbe g.irlaod and

e niue-borse entry, were made features and

' wa.* a lieautiful sig t and was highl.r a("

· lauded tor the manner In wh.cb tbe ;>erfi>rmrrs

iiiounieil their horse*, a* well as the beautiful

k'-rwa U'ed in the** entries.

I'lrformers were also taught to bold objects. sLcb as balloons, banners and garters. I bare known ptrformers to receive a g«od salary on uciount of their expert ability to bold balloons, etc.
Id tbe early days circus pi-rformance* wer>* · oDciuded by an afterpiece and all iwrformers were taught pantomime, dancing, etc. So you · an readily see the proficiency under the old system. I do not wish to diM-r^-d.t the pri-s* · nt system whereby tbe performer rntera the profession thru the g.'amasium or thru »ome private practicing building, who are entirely iinacquainled with the cir ua metbMls They train and are si>ecialiied In one particular act. We have a vast number of ex ellent pt rfurmers today who re<-e ved their training and eiperi· Di-t in this manner. The names 1 am about to mention of tbe old ssliool were note.1 for tbe skill and grace ami I believe tl.at w c have not tbeir e<]oal today.

Noted Equestrians
I first w.ll mention some of the .\niericaa
male eqaeatriaoi:
Jamea Kiiluuson. James Kltigerald, an apprentice of Juba UobtBsOD, ^r. (he was noted for bis ak II and Ktace and prmlalmed by the entire world as a most wonderful niuestriunl Jimmie lleruander, cimsid'r.d one of tb<> uiost graceful riders whi' ever mounted it tior*r.
Cbarles U' ri»b. a *.'D of Joe Kii^h. He "as proclaimed the nu>sl apt tri.k rider and pirtormi'd more daring ( at*, such as back"ard tsiks, baikward forwards, aud be was "'-ui the fir't to aci'oniplisli lho«e feats as Bi, ·'imstraii
Omar K ngslcv, an apprentive of .'·pem-er bii'si*. UoiPiotitelly I ·· ni 'si won^lerfiil man < 1 b.s day In the pr«<f' 'slon. .\» a .vouth bi-
Was drr's<Ml. in and oi t of the rma in girl's · lothc* and no one in or out of tin- prof's.ion ktit » to tbe eontrary but tbit h" wa* a femsie.
`i i" I r<if> ss.on as well a* the arn> ral i italic (·Ii>v>d bini to lie a feinab- and mvthiiig was ki.onn to I.e eontrarv until Iw wa» tweiiiyl«i> v.iirs of age. II" eourt"d bis wlf.-. bally Miikncy. while atill attired In *kirfs, and tbe first ilay that be evt r wore p.siits w.ss ··' da.? of bis wdiling ceremony w.tb t birini's ( ireus In Havana, t'lilm. This dia-
· . 'ure of his sex created a I'l. ssiisation tbruout the entire world, tiniar Kina*Iey nu¬ ll. ii'.iid;.\ Was one of tie- tno*! era eful niou w 1. ··ver ro-le a horse. lie was known a* I ..a /uara ami when Mr. Stoki s tiM.k him to 1.1 ri'iie he isas the seiisat on of (ir'*ai Itritalo. .1* Wi ll as ou the I'oiitliK nt as the feats he
1*'r(orni`-d and the st,vlc with which tbc.T weTv'
· vecHt.-d eaptiired all liuroiw. "'1111,· Sliowle*, nil appriitice to .Iiicoli
slhiwles, 4iuc of the most apt aiiil profwiv'nl ·liictrlan-. The trieWs nUlcb lie p< rfonned "··re marvriiiiis. Hr was nol<'d fi'r bis loftv -.'tner.aults ph,. rase with whu'li he iviuld
'imp from the ground to the horse's baek wa« wuiui. rful contrast to other- ntleniptiiig the ··vine feat.
IJoberi Stickney. Sr., one of the Stickney
l.iBiily, one of the best oll-roiind general

rarformers of the earlv days. He waa rightly named the .tpedio !(· Ividere of the Arena. .%s an ei|ue*triaa. leaper aud tumbler he was simply wonderful.
r.illy Dutton, an apprentice to Dill I.«ke. anotio r celebrated p Tformer of tl». "irlr days, a iM.autiful eiiuietrian, a» well a* hai'er an<l tuml.Ier.
-lamea M`Iville and bis »oh*, Frunk. Ceorge, Aos.', nod an apprentice lioy, Sam. They wer.ail old .\uxlralian famil.v, vsimiug t<i .\in> ri.-u In the early aixtiea. They were cotis d*r».d by lb" profession. Is Well as the publii-. the !.· ·-·tiifl.atiim of gr.ice and daring imrsemunsiilp. The rvjual of any in the prvifessiou. They carrying act of Jame- MelTille and his ·H'li. .\le<.. was a duplication of the act of Janoa Robin*ua carrying bis son, Clarence. Doth acta were tbe talk of the entire pro¬ fession and tbe puMic at large. Frank MelsiM" waa tbe aunmit of grace, an accom* pits · d principal rider, as was bis brother, t."orge.
Tbe De Mott Family, an old circus family, j/tnes. Josephine, a son Willie and a daughter Josephine. Jamea De Mott waa not only a renowned circus performer, but became a manager and proprietor as well.
Jam's (\iok. a descendent of tbe old Cook family of England, whose name has been con* ii"<'i<d with tbe circus profession for genera* t.<.oa and always C0D*idered tbe best in the circus arena.
Juba Henry and Harry Welby Cook, cousins of James Cook. No finer specimens of graea 1u manhood ever mounted a horse t'nin these two gentlemen Tbeir act of juggling on l.nrsehark Waa a mo't ela*slc exhibition and a refined act of e<|.ie*triin!*m.
Rilly Rell. ^0 of Richard Cell, of Bell A Myers' Clrcua, considered in hla day the ehamplen e<|iiektr ao vif Euro|>e. His principal ait and tricks introduced by him were per* fe. tlun.
s<r.lor ftebaatlan anJ hia apprentice *ob. l;..iM..u. Were cla*«ed among the foremost as "·lu. *irlan<.
.^la^tino T.owande and aon«, Tony, M.vrtino, Jr .tlexander. Cecil, and an apprentice, -Vl>erlad ·. This old cin ua family bore a repuiatiuii among the best In tbe profession and were creators of feats of bors>>maDsbip such as throwing";! bi' kwa'd «< mer*ault from the rear of a horse, alighting on tbe hack of a horse in tlw rear from th" one be started from.
so other feats of horsemanship never before Mis-umpl.slied. Their names will go down in history as tbe most wonderful Crariliau ssiuestr ans.
tv,Hely Cock, an apprentio' to fiiarle* V...ves. of Thayer & Noyes' Cireu*. A wonderI'ul equestrian and leais-r.
Talented Equestriennes. Too Hr writer Is of the opinion tiiut tb" best e<|Uestriana of the world were pro¬ duct! la-re in .tm.-r-.a. but w" must con¬ i''le that tl... isiu'-strieunes f.ir ext-el in Kii'iipe. .\. Vi ribele*s. we h.ive ppslccxt a f"W very t.ileni.d ladle* who have be-en pronouDcetl wonderful iquestrlenm-s.
.Mademe Du<lrel. .a hVeui-h lady, was during her re.gn llw »uper or of all e-iuejtrlennes. T.... iiiann'-r In which she executed le'r per* forniaD''e w.sH grace itself. Sbe was one of the highest salati'-d ladles in tbe profession, l.i'nl-e R'-ntr. a lady >omer*aiiIt rider. Her father was a ·s>usin of Herr R«'nix. of Renta's (hreus. I'o-rlin. lermany. mor>- graceful wom¬ an ncTer muuntxl a horse. She eoni.l do somer¬ saults on bor'e1.a>k witliout niimlier aud tbe ease and gra.-e with which she executed her a>'t Was certa nl.v a l·ealltiful pi>'ture. Kitty .siiok-'s. a da'ialiier of Si>encer Stokes, one of ti e most beautiful ws-meu of .\mer.. a and a iiio-t gra< e(ir. e.p . siri' iine. n*r prin. .pal act was cunsiih red in ber day tlie ··esf !n the profe**lon. II. r · are'-r a* an rqueslrtenne was tilt sbort. as sh. vvu* disal'htl In a severe aieident to Iw r kne>. and wa» obliged to retire fp'm the prufe-s .in. Moilv Rtowii, an .tmeri. an eiiib sirit uio. fli.' d.i'ig f- r of Madam" T. iitMir. s." was i:,.. fir*' tno r can e-iiiestr >niie to tu n a bu.-ward -omer-aiilt on a har>.lM< k lioi*e hi .Mio-rh a .\s a .vouug girl she did a mo*t b'aiitiCul a<-t and wa* c<'usid. ri d i: .. I" *t · ·pii -lro niie In -kmerka. Killy HuRowiiy. wife ..f Heotgi' HoRaud. Sr.. Hppr. ntue of Mr. t'liiriiii. w.ss a very clever is|iii -ifieiiii.- as W' II as ni'.nag'- r der. Her slsf.r. l*i'm.vr.i. .il*.i ««' an ^'·l:·-trienne. an apprentice to Mr ibuiiil. Il.Rni fuh.i. .1 colored girl. pur. Iia*e,l hj Mr. t'hlrlul In t iil'U during the daj* o' -iav.r.v, w.i* .su · \lmordiDaril.v chvir tsiuestri.-m.t., one of tlu' N'.st In the profession, riid.-r th'- d re, tien of Mr. Chirinl Ml*. Cuh.-i wa* given her lit'crty. Her brollier. Theislor,-. wa* a -i.we .,ud de¬ veloped Into a very clever eque-lriau.
Frank (.Gardner, au apprentK-c tu Jame* X.

J'din*ou. joi-key rider, and one of the lest ·l·.u I'-soDi'-r-ault I'-aper* of hi* da'. In is'Oi,-ction, with hart-hack riding the following ini-.d* nt may be of lut'-r. -t to tie- g.-oi-rul piilili.I'f today; .\f an early period of the profes-ion hareha- k riding was unknown and f oally ll.ere iipi'-ar'-d on u pr.igraiu of a ciri i.s ·-uiiipiir>.v jii art *1" w b'J woui'l ri'l'- Ihr'O i.iiies ar'.i.inl th'ring on .1 harei.a.-k hur-e. This feat baffled ail >s|uestrian* and t » >· were pu-tzl'-d and bew !der"d to know l.'iw thi* coni.I he S's-om* I 1 s'yl. .\fi'-r a fliii" a t-uuple of performer*, wioi wer** pad rid,-rs, visited the -labii* aud n jnag>-d t" g. t into a leii -tail wh-r.. this l. areliack liors'- was >e. ur,.ly kept from all I c.v ng ,..ves. TIvey examined th" hor*e and Upon feeling of his liack they exclainnsl; '-It Is rexiu, r'.sin." .\fter this dis'.ovry a num* Is-r of barel'u, k rob rs came info exisfi-nce. Tlie exit of pad rid-r* was due to James Bailey, who I*«U'd au Iron-clad rule not to I" rmit a iwl or pad rider to enter hi* circus ring. It was thr'i This rule that pad riders to-came entirely extinct.

Circus Acrobats Eddie Rivers, an apprenti,-" to Rn tai .R.vers, was considered the be-t aiul rio gt g-aceftil light-rope dancer in th.- pruf.--i. n. He bad no etiual in bis line in the pt'-r'-ss., p. The Fell Family, James, John, Ji-rr.r a,,-! Itii-k. apprentice* to Richard Bell, of th- faiuo-jEnglisb circus of Bell tc Meyer. These jouug iii'-n were the mo*t celebrate'! r.,l,-rs and gymnast* in the profession. They were the first to accomplish the feat of three high on lorsehack. Also the mo«t wonderful and dif¬ ficult feat of turning a back somer-a'jlt ou tlie shoulders uf a brother while riding aruiiu-l the ring on two hur«<-*. Their a roi-atic act was also eun-i luru.l IP." t>»`*t and quickest act in tbe profess on. Tl;e younger brother, Dick, afterward became the b,-*t and mo-t note,! bpanish clown ever exi»f ng. For twenty-nine i-on-ecntive years he pluyd in the city of M-xico and was Just as big a favorite tlve la-t year as he was the first. H.s family, eou*i.sting of twelve children, ar" working to¬ day in a most beant fol musical and dancing

William Batchelor, an apprentice to (Jeorge

Batchelor, a wonderful double · saimersault

leaper and so i-on-ider'-d by tbe entire pro-

fe*sion.

c

act .iniL are now touring Mexico. The Hanlon Brother*, William, Thuma*, -Xlfred, Gorge and Albert. They were the premier acrobat*, gymnast* and I'antomimists and were noted

-t'loiph fionzales, an apprentice to L. B.

Ic-ut, one of the best tumi'lers in -Vmer i-a.

The Jobuaon Brothers, William Ducrow, B<>b

aud Bert Johnson, apprentices also of L. B.

la-nt. The Holland Family. John. Sr.: John,

Jr : George and RJ, Miue-trmns. tumblers,

leais-rs aud barrel and i-rus.s Jugglers. Tliey

held an excellent reputation in the profes-ion

as f rstn-lass artistes in their line. Eninel

Runnels and bis two sons, Barney and Freddie,

"ne of tbe most classic and graceful acts in

tlie profe-sion and con'-dered wonderf il

flip-flap throwers. Freddie was con-id-red

one of tbe best tumblers in tie profession.

Frank .kshton, apprentii-e t.i W.:!i.-ini .tshton.

one of the most wonderful tumbierw of hi*

day. Tilly Ben Said. apprent!>-e to Mohomed,

a wonderful tumi-ier and f e nio*t extraor¬

dinary flip-flap thrower who ever liv'd. He

Ims a record of g.. ag amund tbe ring on

Dip-flaps f ve times

N'.v pierf.irmer ever

existed who could e'l'ial Tilly in g..ing around

th" ring. H" ha-l n.i r.val in Ihi* liu". The

w-lter. John Werla-'d. an apprentice to

.Ma.Iatii" tVi.rlaud duel l"-*,'mer-ault leaprr,

the fir-t and only performer to have turned

a donhle-twi-ting pimi.- t frera a leaping board,

n ha* the d.stti'ilon pf tieing the onl.v

man. living or dead, to have turned- a triple

suiiiersaiilt from a tcamiioline buar-t. This 1*

taken from the re<otJ of T. .\!l*tiin Brown,

the bi-torian of tlieatrc al». .VI-o the first

man to have a e< mplish'-d .x doui-Ie somer-ault over a lu!llpan.v- of soldiers with fix'd

layonefs, the sold.ers standing face to face,

nui-k-ts on their -honld.-rs, n perpendicular

]".* tii.n. Tie- -o il er* W'-u J ext.-ml a di*tan

f'-oiii the I'oard to tie' leaping h.d twen'y*

s. v< n feet. Wbil" in tl i« po-itiou I ran

rt'.wn the Imard. made two complete r' ToItitions

ill the air and while *o doing the -sildiers

w..iild dis' barge the r rifles. I w..uM then

ti.rnont tbe world us b' Dg the stars of their r'-^iiec-tlTe act*. Wm. Hanlon wa» the rirst to liave present'd to the .\merican public tbo three flying trai"*/e. Leonard and Victor Jnlien Were tbe first two arti*te* to have done r.'ing trapeze in Euruiie. The Carlo Brothers, William, George and Frederick, ions of Felix · 'arlo, the great clown an>I i>osturer. These brother* performed th* most dithcult a<-robatie feat* known to the profession and were con¬ sidered to be the greatest acrol,at* in tbe world. They traveled in foreign countries for a Dumber of yeirs and when they r'-tum,-d to America the entire clrcu* profes-ion wa* astonished and marveled at tbeir most ditBcult feats. As to legitimate acrobatic feat* tlwy had no equal. Tli-y were the originators of sw-mingly Impossible tricks which they p,.r* formed and were noted for their grai-e and a shuWT perform a ni-e. They were rightly t'-rnied all-round g> neral pe.-fo-mer* and known to I"' the originators .if la-ad-to-head balau'-iiig. The Drrin Family, ·b-orge nrrln an-1 suns, George W., EJward W.. Charles and an apprenti'-e, Willy-, ai**, Kaf.v. This fam.ly was , "lelirated as g. neral a' robats and performers. Fur a numtier of years they were maiiag'-r* of the famous Orrin Bros.' Cirt-us of Mexico aud Cuba.
The Great iSilhuns, Cornelius, Walter, Kata and an apiTemiC", E'lward. Tin* greatest aerial act that ever c-ani" to .\merl'-a. The a. t was noted for it< great lengths, being ti.e greatest spread of couplings ever u*ed by any gymna*ts. Tie- douf'I" somersault duU" by XV..;fer bad a distance of over twenty-five feet from the time he left the trapeze before '-at'-hing his brother. E'ldie's dive from the dome
the ,-aavas to f e hands of Conny Silbon was the most seD'ition.il d ve ever accompll-b'-d l.v an.T g.vmoast »n ai. oiint of tbe extn-me hi-tance vvhich he traveled thru sjeaoe.

land on tbe h aping he,]. In connection with .Vmong the most i>rumin,-Dt dire- tor* and

till* partiinlar |>erformance I will relate a trainers of appr'-ntices n ay be mentioned John

tlirilling exiierl'm-e that took place in L.ma. Bubinson, the tir*t: G. Chirini. .'Ji'cncer Stoke*,

V'tii, in tie bull ring. Plaza de .Vebio, with Richard Rivers. Br'tn,-! Runnel*. Charles Noye*,

th" Carlo Bros.' Cir,-us in 1'77. O'lr company J,e> Fish. Jacob Showels. James DeMott. Dan

was t '-d itp Id that city on ac'Oiint of a Rii-e. John Nathans, Richard B"I1, Sr., ami

t' volution and we remained Idle about six Omar Kingsley.

wesks. Finally the goveminent I'ennitted us

to rro,-eed with our performam-es. The man-

ag-ni'Ut of the Carlo Bros.' Circus wav anxiou* to put ·mme extraordinary performan.-e-. on the bill. I volunteered to perform the als.ve feat as Ju-t de* riiied with the soldiers. Tl * i~rr.'rnian.-e prov.-d a big card and th" bell ring was filled to it< capacity. The leaps

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V, .-nt I'll. .\t t e fiui-h of the act the soldier*, li. .|."d by I'.ipt. Morale*. mari-U.-d into the r.iia. got into po-iti.-n a> des. r.lwd end when a'l was in rcadine-s a signal was given,
f. e bugle Muud'-d and I started to run down

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111 I-aping iHwrJ. Before I r»-a. h«'1 th" 1s.Tti.iii of tiw run Ihipt. Morale* w th his sword in hand >:gaah-d me t" stop, widcli I il .1 I was at a h -* to understan,! t;iis in¬ ti rruption. I'ut I aft-rwiard di'-o'erisl t'lal the -..'.d'er* had in t'.eir rifle* real cartrulges. H-n.-e the trt'-rrupt.ou. While 1 walked back up tbe ruuning boa^^ the real eartridges "wer*' r-moved fn'Ui H.e rift.-* and blank* were -uh*- -iit-d. .V *'-"iid time ttw. bugle eui.'-d anl 1 *i.i-t..'t down the r-.n au'l p-rforiii. il i: * f- a a* ,le*, rib<.d. The soi lier* then pi, k. d m up

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SCOTTISH OFFICE: 141 Bath St.. Glawaw.

,'U thiir -hoi.lilei'. ,-arr.ed me to t!-. dr,.*s.n-g

r,.<-!ii. «! .r,. 1 wa* m. f bv Ca. t. Mor.i ·-. H

ih.ii told me that be owed me an aiwlogr

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It Strikes Me Brandt's Unification Move

Seider Succeeds Woodhull

Rejected by Leaders A as M.P.T.O.of N.J.Head -- t a recent meetinp of the Motion Picture Theater Owners of Western

Pennsylvania a resolution was passed giving: credit and thanks to the

O'Toole and Steffes

Refuse In¬

Legislative Committee of the M. P. T. O. A. for the admission tax reduc¬ tion. According to this resolution many members of the Western I'ennsylvania

New Jersey Body Holds Success¬

vitation To Attend M. P. T. O. of N. Y. Convention

organization "are possessed of the definite knowledge that the Legislative Committee is solely responsible" for the tax relief. While there have been many other tenders of thanks to both the M. P. T. O. A. olllcials and Will Ha\s for the tax reduction, it may be that this resolution is deserving of serious attention. It must be remembered that Secretary of the Treasury

ful Three-Day Convention --O'Toole Boosts for M. P. T. O. A.

Nfw \ork, June 1'8.--The invitations sent to Tresident M. J, O'Toole, of the M'-tion ''ture Theater Owners of .\meri<a. nnd W. A. Steflfes. president of the Allied States* Oreanization, b.v Wniiam Prandt, head of the M. P. T. O. of New York State, to attend the Pnffalo conven¬ tion of the latter oreanization and di«<-u?`t« wa.vs and means of forming one big national body, have been turned down.

Mellon comes from Western Pennsylvania, and it is perfectly possible that

the motion picture theater owners of that section have what is technically

known as inside Information.

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Incidentally, those picture houses which raised their admission prices several months ago are in a happy position. The raises, while small, just about cover the amount of the tax reduction, and now these houses can give the public the benefit of the tax and still be ahead of the grame. Among the theaters to raise their prices at that time were those operated by the Famous

Asbury Park. N J.. June 28.--The annual eonventlon of the New Jersey Motion Picture Theater Owners, held here thii week, closed Its three-day session by electing officers for the new year, selei-ting Joseph tV. Relder, of East Hrnnge. to fill the place as president which B. F. Wuodhnll leaves. Charles Ilildinger, of

O'Toole exeu>ied bimself from attending the meeting by *-aying that the work of his ofliee and the previous arrangements made to attend other exhibitor* meetings would not p<rmit

Players-Lasky Corporation. That may have something to do with the prompt¬ ness and patriotism with which that company's theater department announced
* · · · to the world at large that the public would get the benefit of the tax cut.

Trenton, was elected first vice-president; Peter ·Vdams, of Newark, second Tice president; Henry P. Nelson, of El!zalM-fh. secretary, and W.Iliam Keegan, of Trenton, treasurer.

him to go to Itufralo. The New York State convention Is to bi- held July 7 to 11. Steffes, who caused his rejeetinn of the Invitation to be PublKhed In a Northwestern regional tradj'ai'er. sets u|i an alternative method of his

Sound the mournful dirge! The Theater Owners' 'Distributing Corporation has expired. The voluntary petition in bankruptcy filed last week marks the dying gasp of grand and glorious ideas.. The loudly heralded distributing organization, "by exhibitors and for exhibitors," is now a part of history. What is the reason? Politics, according to some. Business and politics don't

Members of the board of directors chosen are; R. K. Wnoilhull. who |r also chairman of the National Board of Birertors; David F. Hen¬ nessey, Sidney Samoel-on. .Arthur B Smith, Ben Schindler, I.ou!s Rosenthal, 81 Fabian, I. M.

«inn by which a nations! organization can he Imllt up. rie sugge.ts that both the M. P. T. *' .t. and tlir .tilled States seieef representa¬ tives wliirli will meet with representatives of independent unit', such as Is the New York Stale M. P. T. ti , and form plans for a new organization, t>otii of the largor bodies then di'liaiidiiig Itepreseiifatives from each State will then moet and send out a call for a con¬ vention. .tfter nominations are made for of¬ ficers of the n-w organization ballots will be sent to pverv exhibitor and direet elections held for these officers.
Tlip P.randt invitation, xvhioh was also ad¬ dressed to ot'er exhibitor leaders and theater owners in general, called attention to the great necessity for a strong national organization

mix. sav they. The idea was fine, but the execution was terrible.

Hlrshblond and H. Joshkowlta.

This inglorious end of the T. O. D. C. strikes me as a sad thing, a fact to be regretted. Others call it a fitting commentary. With such a famous man as Sydney S. Cohen at its head, with an official and directorial staff of men who are among the leaders of exhibitor organizations in the national body, the M. P. T. O. A., the burden of making a success of what appeared to be sound
proposition was yet too great, too heavy to bear. Why is it that a distributing organization, based upon the principle of
co-operation between exhibitors, cannot succeed? Surely there is nothing wrong with the principle. First National proved that the idea was not a bad one. even tho First National reverted to type after getting weil started. With thousands of exhibitors ready to use good pictures, no matter by whom they

In an address to the convention M. J O'Toole, president of the M. P. T. O. A., revived tho Idea of establishing an organization bank such as those operated by the garment workers and other labor organizations. He told how tho plan had been brought out at the Minneapolis convention several years back and how it had been forgotten. "Exhibitors should not patron¬ ize producers who are hurting exhibitors," said (I'Toole, repeating the sentiments expre-aed in I'eiston. President O'Toole also announced that

are distributed, it stands to reason that the exhibitor-owned concern giving I the exhibitors of New York had pledged |20.<si0

the theater a better edge on buying should succeed.

for the national organization'a working fund

The trouble seems to be that the T. O. D. C. was not in any sense of the and that #2tt ttoO more had been promised for

word a co-operative proposition. Outside of the fanciful satisfaction an ex¬ the same purpose by New Jersey exhibitor!.

hibitor might obtain by buying a picture from a company owned by a few

properl.v financed to fight the battles of ex¬ other exhibitors, there was no tangible reason to expect unusual support 'fom ^

hibitors.

theater managers. A simple means of Insuring hearty exhibitor support might

"CHARLIE'S AUNT" IN FILMS

lie offered the Buffalo convention as an op¬ be thru inaugurating a more visible, material advantage to the exhibitors

portunity for the M P. T. O. A. and the Allied profit sharing. Whv can't such a distributing company sell Its pictures at a 1-08 Angeles. June 28.--Ry an arrangement

offieials to get together on neutral ground and fair rental and stipulate that, after a certain period, all profits over a certain with Ideal Films, I.td., of England, tbe Chris¬

I iliseuss the possihility of such an organization. amount will be rebated proportionately to the buyer? This method would tie Company will produce a film version of tho

! The refn-als seem to show .1 desire on the insure bookings, provided meritorious pictures were obtainable, and would famous stage success, ``Charlie's Aunt". The

jtarf of b'th of these leaders to keep going separately. There is small chance that th 
>1. P. T. n. A. offieials will pay any serious

give the company a real right to nominate itself "By exhibitors and for ex¬ hibitors."

r'ghts to the play were purehasevl Troin the estate of the late Brandon Thomas, its author. While rarely p'ayed nowadays In this country

attention to flie Steffes plan President O'Toole'g letter of refusal to Brandt

"Charlie's .\ant'` Is revived annually In London, and road eompanles of it go out each season in

read as follow-;

irngland.

"Tour letter Inviting me to the Buffalo

meeting of f'eater own*'rs on July 7 has re-

WARNER MLM AT CHICAGO

ce ved ray ear-ful attention. `I find I must de< l ne it. as in earrvlng out
the compreliensive lines of p-oeediire laid down at the Bn-ton convent on and s'neo t'len augtnentod by the action of soveral moetings of on* national hoard of diroofors all of my timo will
he taken up.

NEW CONCERN TAKES PLACE OF PREFERRED

The Chicago T eater, leading house in tho

^ Ralalian A Katz ehaln In the Windy Ctty, ha«

BREAK IMMINENT BETWEEN

booked Hie Warner Rros.' "Rroadway After

SCHENCK AND FIRST NATIONAL? Bark" for flr-t run In Chicago, the engagement beg nning July 7.

`

"Tiiere are al-o a nu'uI«T -f meetings that 1 liad previon-'y arranged to attend in oonnectl-n wi'h the wo-k of our nat'onal organization, ineluding f'-e eonven*ion of tho Motion Pletnro

New York, June 2®.--The B. P. Si hiilb*Tg PToductlons, Inc., has been formed to make a series of nine Preferred Pictures wliich will

New York, June 28.--.\ break between Joseph M. Selienek and First National is r-iHirled in Hie making, according to talk along Broadway. It is said that tlie Immediate cause of friction

''tlroiidway .\fter Bark" Is the pho'opliy in which are incorporated some of the Interest¬ ing Ineldeuls of H`0 recently held .ketors' r'lulty Ball at the Hotel Astor, New ^or^.

Thoater Owners of N< w .tersf y at .\siiury Park, be relea-ed thru the State-right d -lributors Itetwei-n tlie proilucer and the distributing or-

the meeting of t'lo theater owners of Maryland. V ho held the franchises for the prefern d I* c- ganizallcn wtiich handles the Talinadge pie.

Virginia and Bistriet of roinmh'a on Jnlv 1. tiirea Coristratlon, whi -h Is now In the Icinils tuns is tiiiif Selienek !a dlssiilistlecl witli Hie ' and the m-et'ng of the theater owner- of Boch- of a receiver. B. P. .Schiillterg, WliO was tlie niamuT in wtiii-h Norma Talmadge's "Secrets"

MORE ON "MOVIE NEWS"

1 ester ard W -'ern N-w York at B.s'iu-fer on president of the old company, has piipliased is la'ing liatidled.

t Jii'r 2`J. fo-et'er wil'i meetings of the theater from it the sereen rights to the pl tiires It lad

t eve-- ..f -.ii-ylvan'a to cn-hl-r censo'ship planned to make. There is no other eouuection

Bii'l; of tills, II is said, in a desire on

Selieiiek's part to release his pictures Hint

and other situations in that State."

between the two concerns.

Mi tro-ibildw' n. Tlie Buster Keaton pleliires.

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V-I.-e ft,e N. w York State 'M. V. T O. is

Preferred had listed a screen version of "The also prislu' cd by Seiieni k. are dlstrltuiled I'.r

' ii-lependent llure is a sm.iil organization of I'lr-I Year ". Kriink (Vnen's stage siKi'ss. as Metro now. Selienek and >rareiiH I,<s'W are

evii'h't-rs around Boriirstf*r wirel* i,as renmied oiii` of its pieluri', lull til s Is not iuiludeil i-I.it i»< s.

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w iii the M I* T. O. A I'nring the past sear, however, fiie State Is'dv l.a- won ba<k most of tliose exliilrtors wlio had stayed out ov left the orgairration, and It n-w has pra'ticallv

in tlie new S4liiilt>eig crop Production rhitils l.ave appareiitl.v reterieti bai'U to Joiiii <ftdt|eii, the legitimate producer.

W hi ll "Si I rets * played a long run at Hie .\s|or Tlie.iter on Bioadway reeeiiHy l( « is iidierlisi'd rui Hie screens of ail las-w ttieaters

Virginia Tlieater, Fairmont, W. Va Bear Shuinlln:
AppriH'lato your fine h»ost for "Movie Ne«s``. iMir idea was to publish a piiis r (o replace hi-rald'. We h.sd no idea of atlractliiig national attention. Wr roailisl you a few more isiples. as you ma.y have lD<tiilr|e, iifli-r your miiitliin. We only have a few lOpeH for files of first l»«ue.
`I'lie seroiid Issue w`II come out early neit

a soltd membership. The Bo<'cster b«<ly is

Seliullierg I'Bs returned to I.os Angeles, in New York, althii aniionneed for First Na¬

I ti erefore an organization in name only.

where t*e will supervise production at tiis tional release.

week and we are irintitig 7.l)oo Instead of Til list as before. Hf tlie first issue we mallei

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rtespite t'le nonattendance of O'Toole and Steffes I lie Buffalo meeting promises to be a

studio in Jfisslon Hoad. Tlie fir-t picture will he "The Breath of Scandal", from Edwin

WEST COAST THEATERS, INC.,

I 1 Pve'y and en.ioyahle one.

Balmer's story, which Gasnier will direet.

TO HOLD CONVENTION

to all people living on rural routes, put out some at theater and dlstrllnited some at lioiiies. We bate only lieard of one copy not

filling Its mission. It was dlstrllnited at

1 DOROTHY MACKAILL IN H. BELL WRIGHT STORY

MARMONT IN "DR. NYE"

I.o- Angeles, June 2®.--Managers and oflleiTs of Hie Wi-I foast Tliealers. Ine . will liold their

first aiiniiiil coiiiention liere .Inly 7 10 Tlie

I.O.. .\ng<Ies. June 2®.--Sol I.<sser has signed Itoro'i.y Mael.aill to play the leading role of

riollywcKKl, (*alif.. .Tniio 2^.---TlioniaK 11. Iiht Iism Kipnvd r`'r»'y Mgrniont to play tho hadintf

 "iiipanv operates 1 to thA:iters In ('sliforiiln. Harry ('. .Vrtliiir. general niannger of Hie Hieati-r chain, say, that I first fne dins of the

Marta in tlie princijial production of Harold ro|i` in hlK prodmdlon of Jom-ph P.

meeting will Iw enllreiy devoted to business

Bell Wrigi t's ``The Mine With Hk- Iron Boor". i.ovfl, "Dr.

whiob I'on-ornK itnolf with and tliaf on tlie fourth day a eelehratlon will

Sam Wivid will direct the picture, most of ih** folks of *ttpo ('od. It uil! Ik? rol<'H«od by' take place, at wlileli tlie managers will be

an empty bouse, ilf those given out at door of HiealiT not one mis tliniMn away.
We thnk we liate soiled the problem of pap'rs to replaie lieralds liy lieliig generous  i.eiigh to put In some Interesting matter outside of our own advertising.
Yours truly. (Signed) R. LINN, lCtn.xger.

whi' li will be filmed in Arizona.

I'ifht Xational.

guestH of honor.

JULV b, 1924

The Billt>oarc]

reviews
By SHUMLIN

-behind the CURTAIN'

Universal

. .1 . r iiiV'trrr rtrHniil A* fiir :r  iiii' iif tr'""* If r-uipur** fa»i>ralily. In
I'l faM>r;ilil,\, with j|ii<it.i< r p c

- I.-

(··vli^wi'il In Ills l-'tiP.

V

. I iim iifiih'-r an ··xhlliltor,

\ ·T'- '"ii. hilt If f w»T»* anil I

· . r 'f III' '<· iih-turi's Ilf th«» sami* ,1 1,1-  I'.i'lilnd llif fnrtain" tliaf

. .nirs'f Tilt* rfii-'in for thin  i;. Mii'l f:*' I'lirtaln" l» a very
; .f It i' I'lil.T fair; lint It ii* liot-

CiilliT Out-", bfftnao it ha*

na 't>'r> hliii'li l« ti'it at all

.. .... ' ' .1- a "·ifalv. nnlittcaina patv*;

. , - 1 niiir'I' r myslory which I*

a III 1 «a,'.

. a- · I.iiiillf llu'knon, Johnny Har-

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,1

Charlc* Clary. Eric

, .-i:,. ri» r anil Clarence fJeldert

n. M'" Iirv'tin. Mayue and Cooper

I -I «"rk of t!.'- lot.  f. I'lirtaln" U a itory of Iotc.

1 ;-.f:i!if, anil the traged.C that the

l.-.iv I r''tilt'd In I.aura Allen la the

f Cc.rBc ^.'·lmont. a millionaire.

'ni hut fi-*r< he will nerer marr.r

.. i: 1.1 a »P rlfiiallKt. a I>r. ftreeofl-

t arn'- iiloiu' ali'in'd hare forewarned

>. \Mi. ti villain, and I* told that a

· w !| h'-fall her. She ha* a ynnn*'-r

1. ae.iy at a private aehool. and

I.aura an'l It'.lmnnt are at d n-

· ·· r 1 ·''· O' >1. Svlvta rual.e* In and In-

1, ,. r' h r ' Stt-r that she haa eloi""!

I far-.'I a yniinc man fr-to a whool

. n- -'.c alt' n<I .1. Th » yntini: hn»-

.

..;;.r tliiin II Imurt s '"n When

r- ..· f the elder It* Im-nt nearly has

II. ri. ' iinil ravfi. at I.anrj. ac'-in. na

the «h"Io th'm: T e Id. a of '   Iii.i-ri'd to th'. siet'r of, hIS

" . X.'. .1 ti.-'v rep< Ilent to him Tay-

a".. · .n

t'l. ft fii'iil. he proposes

.. -It .«_*'i'««. from Mm in retrirn for " 1 . ii. e '1X..I- ard rti'hes od 'n hl«

' . ha'k ' I ', tii .ii'-y. t I.Inc h< r he

·:i a i.n li'.-.r if.'- leinks in t at

I- ln..i:iv a-c iippari-rtly p*`n until

xi

I. v't He '"'ihl hare r ven h'-r

k,

h .1 l« tnc a ai Ii .n.i re he

· t I

> The hour p:i'*.es Iiy.

hit. I 'a'''T '·torn* with ll.e money.

* r

"It ;n t ·· el.lit n'Cht

I 

··s man is arri-tid he th

. a . ··k. who al-o atti-nd' d

` 1'- ii-i j .non'. I.' p'a'''-<I on

· II . hr ;n ···inianT with I..*ura.

'.'I iti'l 'in'ie.- d to die. Bnt

· . t f « 'll-. 'Vil il' t' ctive Itrtnits the

l. \ In t " < i'T aftiT unit tlj h*Tmit a " -'p..!.. .1 aiol Boe* w fh hi;n to

·. · of t.'i- lies-, where another r ' ll. fa.' to f*'-e ts''t| t
 I of ti '. mt; dor. <!t«»"rioii<

' ' · .'I "'Ilf'"'' 111- ki'l. d r.t Imniit. ft 's Well di'I.i'.

I

'ri. d .'.I lor .xottiiB sisti-r ait'l

I 11":.I ari' l. ii'px from t . n on

' n he che-'er E'enkHn. Plstrlhoted

'^·'-il I* t'lres C'lrporatlon.

·the guilty ONE"

Famous Players-LasWy

« i" -ome isniple who hatr a con-

.- "n f"t m.x'firy iiivludrania' iinil

1 I hr anytliiiiK in that line, no niatl'r

h' ray in Clilua. p.ii.k It Is To fit''.

' Tty. Ciillty dne" shonhl hx* dedicated

: i.t 1 r-. I'or at.y otl.rr in ruon. for

'· my-iajs of mm tl. k'l ptirclia«'r<

'i'll lo he ent'-rla·ii'-'l hr a pletnie.

fork ox'-r the shekel', do so

' f riewInB a pli lnre Ji stlfylnj fhc

t tiiki' to I'lil on .1 1 li'an eoll.-ir or i ''mise, "The (.liiilly One" i« III hardly do.  .1 :| I' lo eonjiir' up llo- va't sums of

' Ml. d liy pleiiire producers npon ' dims; .Iti'l think of the Ice crenm

1 It ii'U'il have 1111^ tu.iurhl for ttio

'l l · 'll.ring the hot iiHiuflis with the 't 'l.'iii:!! that "The (iuilfy ttiu" costl ' ' .I.I'.r. To pul It in another way,

· iH . XXI'll '-an alt thru the imreelliiB

t. .ifure xvoiild enjoy 11 rx'i llatl'.n of

Ih'l lli'lliiB IIihmI". That Rives you

` 11 "t ti.'XT 'irl* nnl the -fory of "Tha "   is.

iiit''' story Is the well-known one .'"'hi; xxlfe xvle.'i hn'l'sud xxu' too  - li n.uhts (u ever take her out uud

'

li ix '-'l hi r lo ItHik el-, xvh' fe for

'' luiiil. pill' tlM- e'lutilly familiar

' '1 fm-k Uoliiii" plot. Sui h an utterly

i:.d eonxeiill'iiial nieliitiRe mlRhl l>e

till Iri'iilni'.nt iieminh d it hy the

' ' ind thi- diri < tor had some claiin

.Illy ill it',. xvorklllB out of the d.'-

' Ihl' it lias mil. Then afiilr If II. ' ih<' *t.ii, Aitnes .kyres. were not

fRINTFRsI

^^48 N. ASH LAND AVE.. CHICAGO, I LL>
ROItlr fcou^^ F01.0CD fOOISAu TICKETS
DIAGRAM AND ADVANCE SALE RACKS ^

28]i YEARS Ut DiPIRIENCtH AT YOUR M SERVICE H

:i| pallinziy amateurish and stni.id, the picture Either. II** fills In lox-e xx'lth .Icnnie Ar.drexvs.

ni.Rhf still have 'onie elalin to favor. But a cashier in .i cheap restaurant p.atron-

-MI'S Ayres Is am.it.-iirish. stiff and iininsidred. so much so. in fact, tbai it is n matter for xx'inderment how she ever sot to be starred.
In none ol her previoii' vehicles has Iwr talent seem'd so pitifully small. Of the other* In th'. ca-t I tfle RiMid can l>e said. Th'It part' d'l ii'il iHTniif of miieh U'-finR and most of them do not appear to have much atiility In that line at any rate, sitanley Taylor, its a X' linR luau Ji.st emerRlnB from adolest'n'e. S'i nis to sii ix* promise 01 better thinRs. He lia.s obv ou-Iy rIv. n s'lnie ttiouKht to hi* work. The others are lldxxard Burn'. Traiiford K'-nt, Fyril RIdr. Th'ima' R. .MIIN. t'atlieriiie Wallaee. CeorRe SiiRiiian (Tarenee liurt'in and Ii'.r'ithea Wolle-rf. Mis? Wollierl. It must Is?

ized by factory xvorkers. Aft'P n .short '·onrtship he marries her without telling her that lie is anything but a workman. They lix-e together happily in .a small flit for u year .m.l a lialf, duriug xvliich time a baby is liorn to them. One d.iy Jack gws to visit hit parents aii'l is told by Ills siepftxtber that he is to give up the factory work and come Into the ottiees. J.ick. seeing an oiiportimity to reveal his mar¬ riage to his [laronts and his piiients to his wife, tells them fo call for him Hie iieit day.
The next day, a* Jack's par'-nt* draw up to the house where he lives. Jack eonies riinuing across tho street, is struck by 11 motor triu-k and serio'islT injured. He is tak-'n to the hospital by lii« parents without his xvife ktH>wing and is ill for -.ome time. Wlu-a he Ie:ivs

add'Sl a* an aftertbonuht. is very Rtsid as a the hospital all memory of his luurri'd life lias

maid.

I'-ft him. and lie goes to live with liis parents.

Tta- sto'-y: Ir*ne tilyrt. xvtfe of a j'-ar. l.s .I'-mie. his xvife, hearing nothing from hep

w. aried of t e i|uiet. fnnless life, ili r bti'liand husland, 1ms finally come to the belb-f tl.it he

I' a yeuiiR and aiiiblt,'>us arihltect wh<> n-l-ts has deserted her. Her money runs out nnd she

I ,.iin desliriiinR Imii'ltnRs every dsy and every ex' iilnR. Ih'r'-''x- II'irl'-'tluR to fake his wife «iiif. Tills Rix'' Ih'' x;llain. a xvaltby isuiti' "'-ur of art and vx.iiieii. a . iianee to R'-f In li .' iliriy xx"rk. .V- I:.'' b'l'bati'l Is too busy to pay an'. att' nii"n lo hi' wif-- S. aten I'axles. villain a- sO,r..-.i ,| a'-t* as I er .s.-.irl. Tlu-n one day the '.ver.watchfni "Toxxn Gossip", that all-'celne Rat'tte xx-lihonf which no s"ci' ty i'hotoi.lH.v  in ii'piie to the name, prints a ua.'ty note .about tl . a''alr. whb b I' i" rfi'tly in!.'*<  11 "n Ir-.n* '- j'art.
T. at n Rl.t if r.i.i.' .tny stt ady patron of the mi'Xl'S ii-.Rlit kiioxv tlmf .·· mur'ler is in th*othiiR. oliietxi -p xx'iv ils rain-t'.rtii; W .in-

f.i'-i'S the prosjie.-t of t'eing evicted from her home and having to send her baliy to an '·rph.-inage. I'n.tble to Ret work, she is at last f"i(e.| to enterl.iin the idea of l.cing "help*`d" by a etirb lizard who live- in Hie si'rae house. Tl" n 'lie 11 arils that J iek has I" en s»-en enter¬ ing a big home in Ih" n'nrl'v c'l.v. xind Roes to I .if hoti'e with Iut Infornor. S>:e for.-.'' h'-r " ly in. loiHri'nts Jick. and Ic.ives d''-pepafe .i.'l lialf out of ber mind wlieii lo- deni'S that I e knoxv* hor. She ret'irns to her hou.se. while li'p frii-n'l gets sorai R'uwl-hearte.l huskii' lo i.'c fori e on .l.u'k and bring him ba. k to Ins xx-ife. Tli'-y do so. and Jack is for"-fu!Iy tak. n I" 'he flat. His parents, appri'cl of Hi- k:<III ipi'inR. foll'ixv. .\t first .Tio k Is m.X 'iiti I I x-

sh 'wu Irene's yotin.- broth'r t. arina Into ti.e I" allair. bat the sight and feel of fami:: r of "Toxxn i;.."' " ami Is iOR li'foriio d "1.in his old home brinp back his m'moiy.

t...if .'''jton I>a\i..' pail to have the it. m in Ills I'ln nts are Rraflfied at his ri eovery aiot

.l.'-t.on I'rint.'l N.\t iv sec Mr. MeTt X'eb onie Ids wife and child into Ho ir le-ni.

h'.-idlHR for Bax e-' -ipirlni'nf. tho for wha' r'.i'on Is not ·ipla.ced stO'^e b* lai. r .iss'-'ts that he fro.-ts bl' xx fc. Next w.' ar*- .aj.pri''-d

I'irei lion by .lohn G. Adoli'hi. rrodec'il l y K-.iiik Womls. Distributed by riixducen-' I>isI;-i'Uting I'orporation tHodkinsnn).

of the fact I'.ai I'sxbs has b»>en kills.I. .\:l-r a ii'imlN'r of n'fxou- . D'-s. in which t^h.'rt I-

"THE PERFECT FLAPPER"

,irr. sNd cliar.ed ixilh the crime, tie cI'-xt

"[ '.rvatlon of bis xxife wrincs a i-..n!''-'-i

First National

fr.im th<- "r.'xxn Co-.-ip" rei'O.ter H. ha'l

d.'ne it xvhf-c surpris. d stealing the dead man's 1 t.r-, I I', n t'.is the ^hx>Tts are hapi'll;. r.  mi't-d. and. tiio m.arrled. they din. h for a
tl: il fad* .lilt If I XX.re sn eihibltor and were thinking
of l o t'i''- 1 · tiio Riimmx'r months. I woul'l pi.ix a ."I r- "U.` ra»b*r tl'Sn a po ture hk..

'Vlule "Thf Perfect F'api'cr" is 01 snly .in .'ti'mi't to pirallol "Elam.ng Vouth". and
tlierx-forc, an imitation of a sort, if is, nex.rt..i Ie-«. nn ani'isiiig .-iid eiil'rtiin.ng )iict'.re xxl.i' h is well xxi'rtli se'-iug. aiul. .is it natiir.illy follows, well worth Is*.king. spea.iug a' .1 js-rs'in who has been loves".u,.,| to the vi-rge of

"Mo xi'iil'y «ia'".

· to rvous prostration by three huii'lreil or more

I'ri.ti.in by ,1 .'.-iih Ilcnaliory. Semano by pb tures during the past year. 1 liereby set

.\'.-h..ni I :.i'" -X

Distributed by Famous forth and attirm that never h.ive 1 s'-i n a love

ria.ier'-lJisky Cerixoratlon.

S' 1 ne 'O masterfully comeived and delicately

"WHAT SHALL I DO?"

xxrought as that which takes place in "The Pi-rfc'-t Flapper", with Colleen Moore and Frink

Mayo as the actors. They are In love xvitli

Producers' (Hodkinson)

each other you sen*, and the situation lu wldi-h Hu-y are plac d forces them to pretend that

thty are pretemiinp they are in love. For this

Ti.ut pi'pular motion picture discax-. am- thing alone Ihe picture Is an outstanding con¬

te'ia, uU'l a x.'.iug motlicr, abandoned with a tribution to the list of worth-while films of the

t'jby aiid i..ut.il'". xxhi.h hitler thx'me, accord¬ year.

ing to Ri'-liard Koxvlun'l. m. ans a sucxa-ssful

It is true that "The Perfect Flapin-r'' is oxit-

pictut'-. are ili. l-.i'ie i li-ra' nfs of thia picture. loDR, that it takes up too mneb time in urtting

Ai'ordinRl.x. ' W1 at Si. ill I DoV should make into If* best pax-e. But these di»inlvantaRea

a box-oili'S* hit. and I hope it docs, for It Is .1 are off-et by the roxhI quallHes, amotig xvldch

well-mudi j'h fiiro. xon>iru'-t.d xxilh ntm-h ad¬ are: Colleen Moore, more adorable if possible

miral'!'-. p.iin'fakinR afti-nfion to dot-ail.

than ever before; Sydney riiaplin. fnuny xxith-

It sirik's in' tli.il llio pi'fures arc rather out being ridiculous; a wi-II-knit story xxith a

av'T'vorkirR tins amne'ia tiiinR tho. The mar- sound Idea, and Hie love scene previousl.v

Telou- facility xvlili xxhioh c'tors lose their iii'-ntioned. Tliese are the artistically pissl

meni'xrlcs and n-eain Ih'-m tiseil to bi' qnitc things In the picture, to xvhich mii't be added

charming, but tu'xv *< i uis Ju't a bit Irritating. Hie iiiorx' xvldeljr apiM-allng zip of niimi rocs

In this parti'uhir x'.i'e the amncsl.y vUtiin re¬ parly sci ms ef various d.-scrlpiions. iiK-Iuding

members eTi ryMiing e\.' pting the v ry xifal one xvhi'-b takes pla.'- in a large liouso bx-itiR

fact that be has a wif'- .iiid ehlld. Ecu ixltiu mox'd thru a xify stn-et at night.

brought fii'''- lo fiii-x' with his xvife he do'-s not

Tile supporting cu't includi-s ITiylUs Haver,

ri'x'ognite lo r. If l.sk'-s a diM'rkno* k'T lie had I-xdia Knott and Th-irles Wellesley.

tuail<` with his oxx'i binil' to revlxe the sleeping

Tomnii'* Lou I'emN-r. the io-roini' of the* story.

brain xM-lls Just In time for a liappy ending.

Is a sxxeet young H.ing xvlio has b< cn brought

.lii'l Hu '.'me "Wlwit Shall I Ih'?" I' an up by an olil-fa'hioned maiden aunt. Turn

rnterlHlniiiR pi. lure, unusually xvcll ai-t'-d uud bringiiiR up, lioxxevcr, has not made Tommie

excelliUR in flu' reali'Ui of the scetix's depicliuR I.ou xiry po]>iil,ir xxith Hu' Kiys, xvhi'h. of

I lie lixes of lHK>r xvorkiDR |ieople. Its chief '-ourse,, is .ill impxxrtant. Ti'nimie I.ou is old-

xliariu. hoxx'-xi-r. lie' in the spti-udid. sym- f.i'liioned. s,"ruitig Hie attia.-Huus of the tilt'-d

tiath''tte lo rt'-riuan. e of Porutliy Mio kaill iu flask. Hie Is'I'l eye and Hie nuigi'd lip. Tommie

tlo leuditig role. Mis-s .M.i'kaill emiueutly de- I.ou glxes a party iu one x>f N'''v York ' ni."t

-oTxea tlx iiig starixd. Joliiiny IVirroo also dues fa'Iiionable hotels to x-elebrale the first au-

W'II. The Mip|>o'tiDK xiist in. lU'leo Laiuise nivei'ary of her social «iiierg'.nce. ami is lu-

Itr'-'ser, Wllliaiii \ Mx'UR. Betty Morrisey. .\un ti-nselx grixveil at Hu' 'mail afteiidancv. The

.May, Ralph M> t'ullough. Joan St.iii'linR. Tom p.irix is a lb lul '-lie ainl but ti xv c-.ime. Tbese tl Brlen and I'anuy IIox. llox i> e'pe'-istly f -xx h.'xvex. r. proi I. i|. <1 lo eiilix'-n tilings by

S's'd in a · · iio-ilx timr.i'i'i part tlia* lias the mixing Hie grai« .ini'-'- pun'ti xvith a mor'' fiery

cs'''nts* (tl I* gtely ill it.

li'liiiil ,.nd bx xx.ii':iig up. n .cud etilerlaining

I.*' k Xel'on. In Hie 'lory, goe- to xvuk .as a Ho' ixailiu'. who "iitnumtsT Hu- gi.' - ', Ti'inmie null luiiid in one of tUx factxxrlea oxxned l-y hib laxu is heartbioki D .cs 'he r<'a!ixes her lack of

atlrai tiveness to the yoiiURer wt. Dick Trayle, a iii.irrie'l mau. xxho would rather sleep than il.iio-e. IS also a gu.-'t with his wife, Gertrude, .1 R"("l frii-nil of Tommio's. Ho tries fo 'oothe Tommie and brings h'T some of the lively piiii'II. They drink log'-ther. Tl . y get "Is-aiilifully drunk', un'I. not knoxving xvhat tlo-y .1". liasti 11 lo a li'ad hou-;". There Hmy get into 1 funny Jam on a l.al.-ony. a n-xx'papir snaps a picture of tlouii. and the next morning The H.-ily Blab has the picture and a si'aDdal story plast'-red all over Hie front page.
In the morning. xvh''n Tommie recovers from her jag, slie Is traglcallv ashamed of herself ind liegs h'T f.ither fo take her away, as she xvill never be :it-lo to face her friend'. Tlieii come scores of invitations to limch, to tea. to d.inee, to dim- ami to pariv from the younger .set who previoiisty ignor'd Tomraie laui. She di'i-overs, as she Hiinks. the kind of a girl sh« must be to attra.l tlie mi.n. Tlie tibleaxva.T trip is forgott' n, and Tommie proceeds to enjoy h'T 111 w foiind pop'il.irity. luting li'iuor. cigarets and wild p.irtic'. but indulging in them because slie Hiinks it is ' xp .-t.ii of |,,.r.
.V new situation 'iri~es with Dii k Trayl«. whose xvife has 'lei-i.lei] fo div(>ree liim because of the iinfor'miat'- '-l apaile with Tomraie lam. The indigiiaut xvife refii'cs to listen to tho plea of Inno.-'-ni-e imf forth by Dick, and en¬ gages her '·ousin. R. cd Andr^-ws, who is a liixvyer, to bring divorce prociiedings. Dick, to prove to Reed that there was noH ing xxrong. takes liim to see Tommie Lou, wliom he call* "Just a sxvcct. deiniite, oid-fashioncd little girl. Wlien they g.'t there Reed finds Tommie a r. gular flapiii r, ami is di'gii't'-d with her. Blit Tommie falls sfraielit in love with Reed aniJ determines to grab him for licr vry own. She evolves the idea of having him pretend ·that they are in love with each other so that Gertrude ma.v see that h'T siispleions are ground¬ less. I'nder protest Reed agrees, and the miTr.y i-omedy prm-e'ds. Tliinking that she Is pur¬ suing the right eoiir'P, Tommie gets wilder nnd xxilder ns the days pass. Ree.l iM-gins to fall in love with her and his h.iired of her way* and manners ini-rea.se. Then eonies the love sc'-ne xvhen he preten'Is to make love to h'-r XX here O'Ttriide can si-e It all. After that th'-y h.ive another and more intensely emotional '·'lie. in xvliieh Reed admits he love* Tommie, ami then di-eovers that she was c.irrying oo 1"-. aiise she thought he liked it.
liire.-tion by .Tohn Francis Dillon. Di'lnbiit'-'l iy Fir't National Pictures, Inc.
"TRUE AS STEEL"

111 Hu.' I'icture Rui'ert Huglies, the author

ami dire lor. disi-iisses more nr b'ss dramato allr

tile ipie-tion of the woman in hu'inegs, whether

or not she is n danger of lo'ing h'-r womanly

xirtiie. Mr. Hig .s Hiinks, and makes h s pic

tore I'xpr'-'s his thouglif, that It is all ifi

to the Woman; that if >be is the sort of xxoinao

xxho would lose her femininity and virtue sb-

w-!l lo'i' It in bu'in'-ss, but that if she is not

that sort of W'jman, even tho she may ts-n-l

like fh-xihle sti-el and touch the rim of s n.

s' e xvill not hr. ak. That's the big idc* of

"True as Steel".

To sot forth his tb''.*i* Mr. Hughe* isk. s

tlie case of a big bu.siuess man, living bapp.Ir

with a lovely xvife and darling daughter In

tih o, xvho giM-s to New York to purctas"

material and finds liims. if for'-d to d'tl with

a woman. Tliey are attracted to each othT.

tho she is also married, and the busine"dolng

stretches out for many days, to the point whiT"

the hig bU'inc'S man. forgetting wife, daughter

and heme, a-ks the b'l'iness woman to be his

very own. Rut she. Hio feeling a great af¬

fection for l. m. rifiises him. W'.ereui'on the

hig business man .gi>'' h. me. to find that his

daiightir has al-o be.-ome a bii'iness woman,

l onfronii'd with tlie pissibility of his daughter

is'Uiing into intimate contact with hu-iness

nil n, just as the hu- ne-s xxonian in New York

came into eontai-t with himself, he decides that

it makes lif«Ie diffen-nce, that it Is entirely

up to bis daiight' r if she will bre.ik entirely

or if she will he "tree as steel".

Willie th'-re 's no eieiting action of a melo¬

dramatic nature in the picture. It is neverthe-

b's quietly ent* rlaining. The love si-enes be-

Ixvei n the business m.an .and business woman

are exceptionaly fine--vigorous and liiterc'l-

inglr emotional Tiie r-fty seene- 'n the b.-

Bic.r.'.ng of the pi. t'.ire, with the daughter, wl»i

I.-i'.-r he oima a business woman, driving her

.xoiing lover cra.-y by oontinnoU'ly dancing

xvith an elil'-rly banker, who is infatuated with h'T youHif'iIne", are nicely bnmorons and are

f'-pcated with -till more hnmor towanl tls- end

of the 'ilm.

Too much praise cannot be given for the

cxn-lieme of Hie x'li't. The actors are Aileea

I'ringle, Il-.mtley Gordon, Clt'O Madison,

liieanor Foardnian. Norman Kerry, William

U.iines. U'ui'o Fazenda, Jean naskeli, Louis

raine. William H. Crane, Lncien Littlefield

ant! Raymond Hatton, the last named In on"

of his clev.r chara.-ter bits. Miss Fazenda has

u small role, that of a stenographer, but she

ni!i'.>e'' of it an a.lmlraldy human thing. Mis*

Pringle as Hv- bnslnc'S woman

perfex't 'a

t l' part. This actress Is one of the most im¬

pressive personalities on the serx'en, to my

(ContiDDx-d on page Sif)

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Xlnc Billboard

JULY 5, 1924

WARNER BROS.' LINEUP OF DISTRIBUTORS COMPLETE

ROLL TICKETS

more suitable If Hie bainlit were ahoivn to b*pilled against worlliy niitag*iii|s|s instead of making it appear tbat I i' manner of life w'lls

Nrw York. .Tnno :J''--Tho <li>tr.biitioii of

Jii'l an i-'er' ila.' niat`*".

Five Thousand, .

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$3.50 .\t an.T rate, .\iitonio Moreno makes a da-h-

WarntT I<n)tl>`rs' i(ii ti:ri's for i;tJ4 IMJ.'i !..(<

Ten Thousand, _ - - -

6.00 iiig, spiriie*! ban lit eb *'f. His strong arm

bci-n comiileti'ly arraiiu (i for thru the risiiiii.; of f^an^hi^c (li'tributiii> in pvor.v territory in
lli> I'niled Stali-s ainl in liurope. Tin* ex-

Fifteen Thousand,

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Twenty-Five Thousand,

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7.00 niethiHls of bi'*inaking sliuiibl endear him to the feminine si-ilion of Hi*- movie fans. Too,
9.00 Moreno I- an <'X<'i'*'dingly capable a*'tor, t'>

tbanirea wliieh wiil mi'net fhp Warner pnxluet

Fifty Thousand, -

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12.50 wb**ni tlw art of acting and paiilomiiiiic expr*'s-

are us follows; .Xtlaiita, tja., Ill Walton streit. Southern States I'ilin ( i,., <»-iar S. ttlilknow,

One Hundred Thousand,

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18.00 sion is a widel.r opened Ixsik. He is m*ir

than merely quite nil right; be is * H'V to

president; I'.ostoii, IJ I'iiiimont street, I'rank-

THE BIG TICKET AT THE SMALL PRICE watch.

lit! K lin t o.. Win. |i .siia,>iio. president, hranen

Your own

TicKet, luiy culuf, ac ura e.y hunibrtcd. etoiy luJ

Ksti'lle Tailor, she of the Inminoii' dark

oUiee in .\>\v Jlmn Conn.; Totonto, Can., Koyal I'.ank r.;il,;., liegal riini', Ltd.,
I'hil Kanfiman. n'enei.il inainih'er. bran li olliees in .Montreal. St. .1 ·lin, Winnipeg, Calgary and \aueouver; Chitu-io, 'U .Sontl, Waba-h avenue, Kilm Cla'sies of Illinois, lldwin Silverinun,

i:'..i:a:.irt I t "Upt'ii T-vac!.-* fur J'riT'^ I»rAwin.:^, u.'KHI, $7.00.

I»r mpt vhirnici'ti:. C^>h w.ih ordor. IJfl

Mt J d.J*

rr;im for IlPscirpU

Coupt>n Ti-kPt».

h'' m<»iiv seia dr*

^

or d.itrd All tiokfH mus* ttu forra t.» Oorrmranil

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a:.d l»^ar established price of admission d t. x paid.

National Ticket Co., - Shamokin, Pa-

brown orbs and the tcniler, s.vmi*allo-H*' ni'eiH*. is th*' heroine who craves a*'H**it in a l*>v*r Sis* ptils lip a pri'tty stiff figlit at first wli*'ii the bainlit alHiiipls to manbaiKlI*' her, but s<Min i'omes to the lu-llef that tlcre is noth ng *'l'e like it. fith*'rs in the cast are; .sSnit/.

manager; Cleveland, ()., I'ilm HIdg., Jlsl street

Ii*|wards. than wti*'m tier*' I' no on*` more fit t'l

and I'aynp avenue, 11. 1.. Cbarnas. pre.sideat,

braneli ofliees in 1' ttslinrg, Itetioit and

< iiicinnati; Itallas. Tex.. TMl .Main street.

Sitei'ialt.v I'ilin Co.. W.

ITiderwood, presi-*

dent, braneli otliees in iiiilaiioma City and I it-

tip Itoik: Kansas Cil.t, .Xlo.. Il.'i S. 17th street.

Film Classics of Kaiisa' Cit.i, Inc., A. I..

Kahn, president; lies .Moities. la.. lOii", H gh

street. Premier Pictures livciianges. in.., 11.

M. Weinberg, manager .Milwaukee. Wis., 71.7

Wells street, Tuiistall 1 In Fxeliar.ge, Ine., K.

G. Tun-tall, president; Minneap'.lis, .Minn., I!t7

I. oeb .\r.adc I'.Idg., F.

K. l ilm Co.. .1, F.

CublH`rl,v. general in.inager: Ni w York, li'.Oli

Broadway, .Xpoilo Km naiige, P.obliy Xorth r.u i

Ucnr.v Siegel; X'W itrl-.lus. Ka.. gj.`; S. Liberi.v

street. Creole Kiilerpri-es. K. M. .XsU. general

manager; Philadelphia, 1 ;l;< ne street. Inde¬

pendent Film Corp., K. Ibru.an. president,

branch otliep in Wa'hi.igton. I', C.; St. Loui',

Mo.,

olive sire.;, .^t. leiuis Film Kx-

change, Ine.. Harry ll.'iies. manager; Sun

Francisco, Turk and I.cavenworih street^.

George A. Oiipeiiheino r. Iin .. Morgan A. Walsh,

manager, brain-h ori. -e jn Kos .Ingebs; Seattle,

XVasb.. Ittl.'i';; Tidrd avenue. Film < la-sics,

Iiic.. L. K. I'.rin. president, braiuh ollice n

Butte, Mont.; Henver. (id.. .sJs Jl«t street,

Kwalit.v Pietures, L. F. I'idler, nianager; Gail-

mont Co., Ktd., 0 Iteiiman 'treet, I'iceadilly

Circus, London, will distribute the Warner

product in Luropc.

BUFFALO CONVENTION PROGRAM ARRANGED

New York. .Tune -s.--The entire program for the Motion Pieture Theater owners of X.w York Statt' Convent.on at Buffalo. .Inly 7 to

Perfect Developing anc1 Printing

Swiji Service without Sacrificing Quality
RAW STOCK

TITLES

ROTHACKER FILM MFC. CO.

1339 Diversey Parkway

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Chicago, U. S. A.

NEXT LLOYD FEATURE, "HUBBY", NEAR COMPLETION
Holl.vtvood. Caiif.. June 2^.-- 'Hubby'', tlie Working title under wbi. b Hartdd I.lc.'d's sec<im! iiideneiideiit proilmtiuii i- being made, is rapidl.T uearing completicn and will be ready V. ;;hn a few week' for its first n-view. It is lieped that ti.e picture w.ll be ready for reIi.i-e early i:i tlie new sea-oii.
I'lie story of ·'Hiibliy" revo|v>s aioi.iid tlie iiiaiital troiildes of a ;.oung couple .ii.st about to start on a vaeatioii wle-u tie- · faiiiiiy" arrites. I'nlike "Girl .Sh.\". which li.is a very real plot, the nctv piodtiction will be almo-t straight comed.v with just enough plot to hold it together. According to present plans the feature wiil be held down to five or s x reels.
Sam Taylor and Fred Xewmeycr, who Ivive d.reeteil all of Llo,\d's recent successes, are again handling tlie direction of this newest of¬ fering of the Harold IJc,'d Cor|ejration. Sam Tu.'lor, Thomas J. Gra.t, T.m IVie lan and Joint Grey have written the story and gags.
"AMERICA" BILLED LIKE CIRCUS
Milwaukee, Wis., ,Tune 27.--Xever before has

heeii engaged b.v B. B. I'inemiin to lead the eoiifinility department of the F. B. (I. Studios here.
The new seeiiarin chief quit ids Job as an eilitor of a Bns.klyn iiewspap.r more than tell .'ears ago to head the scenario department of the Vitagrapli Company. He has kei*! abii-a-t of the swiftly niov ng currents of the picture industry ever since. He serveil as scenario head for Sel/nick.
C. B. C. IN NEW ENGLAND
Xew' York, Jiiiie 2^--Joe Brandt, president of C. B. C.. annouiires lls- closing of a contra' t with ('·r'ified >sereen .\ftra tion' for the s ow ing of I heir fortle oming eight Columbia I'roductions in X'-'V England.
.\be Montague and .las. A. McTonville repre¬ sented Ctrtitied.
` REVIEWS
(Continued from tiage 711 w.ny of thinking. 1 have no doubt that, 'With proper vehicles, she will eventually bo built up into .I box-off Ce 'tar of the first magiiituile. Ju't one fine part in an exceptionally giMid pb'ttire is all that is neeibd to put her up among llie big 'iins. Huntley Gordon Is

fill n ebanefer role of the sort he iisniilly essays; G. Raymond Xy*-. ManiP-l Camer**. I'dgar Xorton, David Torrence and Monti Collins.
The Wildcat Is the sotiri*|ti*'t that has been won by the .voiing 1ea*ler of tlie outlaws mak¬ ing their heaibinarters in the interior of Spain. Hi* has b**en l*r*iiig|it up from chiMIiikhT hy a servant. Ih*- II im-bback. who ha* kept him in ignorance of liN parentage. Living in a town nearby 1' l>.iii Fiieiitis. whos*- larg* estate Is to b*' taken away b.v cr*'dilor'. Having a g's**l looking danghter. name*! .Man hela, the don 1'. of *'onrs*', pin* * *1 in tie position where Is' can r*'fr cvi* hi« prop<'rty if h*' will marry his ilang tir to the s*>ii of li.s principal creditor. D**n Mign*! Ca't*dar. Marchela liaslen* t** lo-r father and h*'r coa*'h is held up by som** of Hi** Wiblcat's kitteU'. wlsi take her to thi ir n*'t in the l.lll. ThWildcat's lieutenant mak*-* a play for Marcheta, but the Wibbat hini'clf takes on*' bs'k at her and s.-b-cl* her for his own. Chief ami lieiitenunt fight it oi t with, of course. Hie Wildcat being vi' forioii'.
So Impres'i'd Is t'e Wibbat by the heaiit.y and fre of Marcto'la fbut, aft*'r a few pre. liminary Jonstings. Is- allows her to go free. Time ph'se'. Comes th.* ilay whi-n the Wildcat dei'ideg h« must 'i-e Mar*'b*'ta again. He call* at her home in the inl<l II*- of the night Intent
I MOTION PICTURE iiIHin tbeft, enters her rismi by mistake ani
tbey bare a v<'ry ki-sy s* . ne. This ends
Contini;*'*! on p.ig*` ii7)

II. has been arranged. William Brandt, presi¬ dent, has already received notice that around 400 exhibitors will attend. Tin* program is as folio wi;

any motion picture or other attraction been so widi'l.r advert sed here as D. W. Griffith's `-Xmerica", which Ip'gan an indefinite engage.
nie.it at the Garrick TIie.iter June 1,7.

also very good as tla- bii'inoss man. getting an abundance of realism into tlie jiart. CUmi Madison as his wife sets Gordon off nicidy.
One of the attractions of `True as Steel"

CAMERAS
N«w and Rabuilt Standard

Monday, .TuI.t 7. 7; i0 P.M--Kxeentive meet¬

In billing tlie city and nclghlioring .suburbs is the clever, tho theatrical, manner In which

Camara* from SSO.OO up.

ing. Tuesday, July S, lo::;i» .M.-1 P.M.--Business
session. Opening addre.s.s b.v Mayor Schwab

P'4 twenty-fniir-sheet stands, a full sltowiiig.
eiulitr of wliieli are electricall.v lighted; 1 tkk) 1 i.ree-slieets, 270 str<' t car signs, and ·"o')

Hughes has emphasised the dramatic iitnio.pherc of Xew York's T'U'iness world. Thru tie' rapid succession of various street scene*

Bits ViIuM tr* know* tb« world orer. All mikrt. WIUl*ina.ins, D* Praiin* WRirt, Ptihs. D« Bri# and Cnltersil--all guanntrrd.

2 P.M.-- Review of fire and police departments of Buffalo, c.fy executives and otticials. Seeing Buffalo via auto and visit to Wnriitzer plant at Wurlitzer, N. Y.

eiglit-slicels. all regular billing, togetl, r w th -nipping 'J.iK'O two-slie-is, 2.<si0 tack cards uiel I.OoO eiglit-sheit made up of two ttiree. sill i-ts and 'treaimr dales, ai-eouiile ] for tlie

lie develops in a remarkably short footag'ti e exact impress on he wants to give of the beehive of industry whieh the business man enters when he comes to Xew York to bu.T

BIG CATALOG FREE
Writ* or wlrr New Camara and Projeotor List, .'Splits. Used Oameru list lar.t fra*

11 P,.\I.--Special theatrical performance at I.afa.vette Theater under tlie auspices of the combined theatrical interests of Bnrfale.

nio.t tlioro'caiiii'aigii · ver seen in Milwaukee, bis materials for liis Iiii'iiiess. t-Iiecial window eards to tlie nnml'er of ".Uii I ,do not tliliik, Uiwever, that "True as
were placed 'n exiliisive sliops tbruout the Steel" will mean a great deal to the box-

BASS CAMERA COMPANY

Dearborn and Waihingttn.

Chlaaf*. HI.

Wednesday, .Inly P, p 10

Xoon--P.tisi- business district, while fifty large framed pic¬ offii'e. In a business way it will probably

ness session.

tures of aefioii scenes from ".Xmerii'a" found be iiist a fair attraction. If has exploitation

12:30 I'.M.--Xiauiira lull- trip--courtesy ex- places in the bigger stores, banks and hotels. possibilities, tho. widcli should build up its

, tended by International Railway Co. 1:30 P.M,--Buffet lunclieon at Xiagara Kells.

ELABORATE COMEDIES

I'Xliibition value. T'rodiicid by Goldwyn. Distributed by .Metro-

Become a

X. Y.

GidJwyn I'ictures Oori>oration. Hollywood. .Tune gS--'Two Weeks and a

Professional

2 P.M.--V sit to imisirtant points at Xiagara

Falls. X. V.

H.ilf". Mae'u .Seii'U'tl's luirlesque on Klinor

Glynn's `'Three Wei k'", is now under way at

4 PM. -- P.oard ears f'T Gorge .Si enie Railway

"TIGER LOVE"

Photographer.'

tour--eiiiirtisy (,f i;.ir.:e Seenic Rail'Viiy Cc.

tie Sennett Studios This Is the first of

Famous Players'Lasky

MOTION PICTURE

PORTRAITURE

7 P.M.--Itinner d.iuee at the Clifton House, tlw twore.l eonie.lies ip will'll elaliorate sets

commercial

NEWS-PHOTO

Xiagara Falls, Ontario--ei.iirtesy Wurlitrer Co. and speetaeiiiar s,-..,,e- will he used.

The well known p'ot of the Robinhoodiah

Thursday. .P.ly pi, jO ,0 a.M.-I I'.M.--Busi¬

Be;i Tiirpni will play the role of the faii- Spanish bandit wlio falls In love with a

Earn $35 to $125 a Week

ness session.

baired I'aiil

Madeline

H'lrlo. k

will

be

the

daughter of the aristo. raey and. after numer¬

'I' rre

* j nn tjtli*' cursf. Hiy or erenlnit Ei'jr

iftnu ff

.\n l« fffMllnff Illustrated booklet

10:.3O A.M.--Trip to Igirkiu Co. for the lady <,ueen, witli Tiny Ward U' lier m.insi rvaiit. The ous love scenes and kidn.iplngs. marries her. ·

o<i «hoo»h« « TO atiuii .'Ud the ft'frti'*fial f*p-

yisitors.

lart of tlie dissolute king lias been cast to following upon the r* ei.ititin mad'- b'- fbe 1 ' iitliy l*IW't«Ti!rai»liy ofTrrs.

far Cataloe No. 51

2:1.7 P.M.--Lake irp to <T.v-tal Reacl»-- Bill.v Itevan.

oid servant tint lln' b.indit i- biiii'elf a -on N. Y. INSTITUTE of PHOTOGRAPHY

courtesy exteudi d 1.-. i i.v-ia! Bi le-ii Boat Co. Geo Hall, presiileiit mid general manager.

Reggie Morris and lidg.ir Keniwdy are in of one of llje finest faiiiiles of th*' n*'igbborcharge of dire, t on a-si~t d by .lack Wagner, li'Kol. is ag.iin wi'U 11'. .Siii. e fbe la* k of

NEW YORK IllW.dfithSt.

CHICAGO lilOS Wabash Av(.

BROOKLYN Stale St.

7 P.M. -- Biin'i'iet and liaie e in l«al!roi«m <'l r. Ririi.ird .loiies is -no- \i ;iig fill- iirodiielion. *'riginalilv in p'*>' has b-* n ... of hitl**

Statler Tlidel--nroiiiineiit speakers.

the eaaieia w'>rk of whi' !i i" being done b.v iiiil'i*rlan*e so biiig as 1b*' s Ming- ar** *'iibirfill.

Frida'', .Iiily 11. 10;i;i» .\.M.--Kb" tion of of¬ ficers.
1 P .M.--Horse r.in s at Fort Krle.

Vi rnon Walker and I.ee Ihivis.
JACK PICKFORD COMING EAST

Ill*' lotion pl'iitifiil and li**- I**'*- iiit*'r*''l strong--the slroiig' T tli*- b' ll*r--lbs la* k *|*(*'S 1***1 infliieii* 1' fb*' *'ni*'ria inn* lit 'alii* of ''Tig* r

y^J^malKapita^tart^oii
on our may payment plan. Begin

Adjourn.

I.os .'.ngeies, .Iiiiie .s .lark I'ukford has 1.0'*" to any great evl* iil, H * an b*. r* p<irt* 'l. lowi'Vi r, that "Tigi r Is*'*-" |i.i. .'onsnl* rabb-

now and get your share. W* (ell nverything. Write today.

BILL FARNUM BACK HOME

comideied ·' i he Ki.d of liie World". His next pieture, the ra'tiiig of whieh is now under w.i''. is to be limit agaiii't a bU'kgroiiiid of

a* 1 i**n, cftlorfiil si-lliiigs .iii*I ,a vi-r' str*»ng love liifi'ri'sl. The iHst-iiano-d ('oniniodit .v is

BxSEE

Atlas Moving Picture Ce.
37 *48*. Oaaraarat ..CMta**

Xew York, .Tune gs,--William I'aruuiii, who ri cently compbted bis fii-t I'aranio'iiit sta-riiig pie'uri. "Tiie Man Who 1 Igl.ts .Xbuie", at tl.e

I oliege 1 Ce .Hid s.M lely, It will In' filmed from .le'iii I'lier Tooliei's iiiaga/.iiie stor.v, "Her ."-oil", f!i,. lig'iit- lor V liieli Tom .1. Geiaght.T

of the ea'iman t.'pi', t.ow In tie l.i-t stages of popularity. 7''tti see, the lo'roine, being pb'dg* d In iiiarr.' a soft niiisi l* *1 iliiil* . falls

SLASHING

SUMMER

PRICES

We-t fo.ist Studio. ! Wdiievdav on bis I at Sag Harbor, L. I

airi'ed in .\ew York n';, siiiiiimr Isiiiie
Wallace Wor^ley, who

reeeilfly pureli. -ell Tlie pietur' v. .i| reacb the s-n en as a Tom

in love with Hie exi'.'s-vi- ni.is*'n!inlly di'pla *'d b.v tb" loro, a bandit Ii-Hibr, He tri-iits ler rpngb and s|,.., to put it mildly, likes il.

I directed the pieture. .I'ld .lack < iiniiingliam who .1. G.-ragiity Piodiicliol.. Iwo-tliird' of il will

Th*' troiib!*' v.ilh `'Tiger laive" is Ibe ap-

POWERS--SI MPLt X--MOT lOGRAPH.

uMiitecd l(« > *e)ditIt iT*`d M.t.hfnf'. and all in.ikrv

\rTr\UaY nivi\«. tiikm .\\v\y.

Write f.»r ur

lal .^utuiiirr Itulletiii

oUier

1 [

adapted it from Me' tor' . "Ti * .Xl ra'Ie of Hate". b,y W ii am Ida'ke .iiel .I.iiiie- Sbelley Ham Iten are new l, .-,\ wiib t e ei.lt.ng mil

bi- blued ill 11 oil.t wood anil the r'lnaioder a* ll.irMi'il or Priiieep.ii and <ither Laslerii ``b«atioa-".

p.ir* nl tob raiii'*' 'Xith wiii*'h Hie Spanish pnpu

lace aiol iiiiHi**i il les look ii;*on h.iinlllr,'. Tie*

story

-*'l ill iniMbrii litios, yet Robin Ho***l

MONARCH THEATRE SUPPLY CO..

MEMPHIS,

_

TENNESSEE

' editorial work. The tiiia' seeiies of th*. j.ieiure were t.ii,"ii

MONTAIGNE WITH F. B. O

lilniself iievi-r li.'id less op:**isiiion li eoniind Willi Hiaii H,' Spaiiis bainlil who i"b- riglil

ST. LOUIS- CALCIUM LIGHT CO.

on location at P.mibif-r I'fek. ('alif. I.ois Wil-

H g!;. .·111. r.ii f., .iiiiie gs.--lidw'iird M'ln- .111*1 b'fl. kebiaps right aii*l bfl an*l w'ltfial t'M.t'll \1 I.HJIIT f'lrtit^heil In

fiir Slerei . tlt'tw

j
I

son and rdw.ir'l i:\eieti in supiairt of tic star.

Horton are featured

la g'le, i.,i,g p-eo,iuel.t II the loot ioli picture ih'l I I;;. a- .1 - iiai.o w liter and editor, has

li'is ill iiiibiii*I"i*'<l ei *· aii*l eoiof'irl in a fine bom*' III 111*.' inoiit,la*lls. It wounl have In-en

arid Moth £ Ptctiire

Or.irra t'» an\ P*rt of

t nltfil '·tatea (lileci prnmptfv. t'.iltiirn UM''n^ra. Rut*-

TuKins. t'nn.tpnainr I-nai-a. I.im« PenelU. OtlaOn

iolora. Roll TIckeU for file. SI6 ilm St., $t.

·a

JULY 5, 1924

Xlie Billbodrd

^CJ^Tji>yi lAUTAUQUA E^STIVAIv
Conducted

spe:akers
ENTERTAINERS MUSICALARTISTS
Al, FL,UDE

Twenty-Second I. L. C. A. Convention

To Be Held at Winona Lake, Ind Pre-Conven tion Social Session Sept. 13-14--Regular Annual Convention Sept. 15-18

·tn official hiilletin is-iicil by the Intcrii.i-

tional I.ycenm ami Chantaiiuna A's's'iati.ui <ar-

rics the following infomiation in regard to the

(oni.ug annual i*onvention of the 1. I.. C.

to

!»· te'ltl at W tioiia I.akc. Ind.. nevt Sci.t.ui''M.r:

No nior.. I li..cr;ng anil important -tat. tin nt

(MU ,I !»· iii.S'ic to our nil inls r- than is c..!iia'ic d

in I c sisc.,. he.idl.nc. It is i.i-id on otlj. iai

i.' .in of tlic manai:-llem'i lv'-. <iii .M:iv i · .. Iv.i nil and ('.siita' i|iia Manage-s' .V--o-

r.Mtion l.clil if. atiiiti.il nno'ting in Chi-.ago. T.ie

1 M'.-Ut VC

-efat.V of

I I, ('

>\.i- 11-

Titl'd to addre-' tl.c gatlo-ring. lie ai' ptc.l

t e I'lc rti^y and placid le f ^rc t e iii.ina.:vi- at

the ni'ng a i.uiiile r of iiiatt>r.-

ng t'l

the vv.T.i-c if th s a-'in iafion. T'a' ni..!i:igcrs

Were cord al In "idrit and gave voar -ccri tar.v

a niO"t larcful and con-idcra"*' l,*a ng. Kvery

nc'tnt'cr of tlic I. I..

.\. will r j oe to le.irn

t at ·'c nianagi rs otti. a"v piiiiit.irid tuc ji r-

I

and (e r- -tci.t In.l.li'c minor ti.at ha-

r'.iiei! .ileiut d'lring tl.c la-t .'i.ir or tv f.it

Diatiag. - were n ;igr«'< m* nf not to nuihe i ..n

l-a. I- vv th t.ih i.t in tlie fall I · fon> Nm i ni'e r

1 a;.'l that tlicv were dctcmiui-J not t.i mas'fonfri. t- diir I g tl.e innvi rtion .\f t r a fr« 

<i.-cu--on of t '-e iiiat'- rs lie niaiiagt r- UT.aiii

B. ' -'y ailoi.tiil a rc-oliit.on taW iig a -tand ib-

1 cil'v favoiali'e to our numbers It. ad the

fehow ag otlii .al "talemeat;

i ovv r> iic '`"i a r i'r.n *" i nleu
' m '"in 1 i`*
ti " '1 i` o !·

if more t..an five per rent of the deficit* · oiild be honotl.v laid at the door of poor talent.
overaell'njr. The oTerhead exiiense of a chauta'itnia i* a "table fijare which 1« much larper In proportion to the cost of a "mall program to that of a larje one. ."Some c'-iautainpias have le en sold at a fee which barely takes care of the overhead, leavInR almost nothing for talent. Such a plan Is stiicidal for boMi bureau and «·' iiimunity lIoreoTer, overselling a town In¬ vites d'-fii-its. I'lit a deficit is not any i>r-><if that the town has been oversold In fa't. I le lleve that that is veldora the case. There is bit one way to determine whether a town is over-old and that i* by comnaris.'n I fiml ti.at there are few communities of twenty five liiiiidred people where le-s than SlO OtiO is si>eot for movinit pictures each tear, ami a -tovk cfiinpany itiv nit jdays for a week will take out In re money tlian the cost of a five-day chaiitaiKiiia. Krom this it is seen that the proportion of towns oversold is a "mall one.
Piior advertising. In years past tliat miitht have been a fertile cau-e of deficits. I'nt year by year cliaiitainiua advertlsinir has Improved, and, wliile there is still room for improvement, vet it is not iiow a perceptible element in the la' k of success.
I'oor local nianajtcment. In looking over the field of the Independent chautuminas it is seen ti.at in every ca-e where they have Iwen sue-

MUTUAL MORGAN CHAUTAUQUA PIONEER CIRCUIT
The Writer had the privilege of attending tlw second da.v of tlie Ihoicer (hrciiif of the Mutual Morgan <'huntaui|Ua at Whiting, Ind., recently, and was fortunate in Is'ing there at a time when that little arfi-t, .\Ii>c shrmlo, was on the i>rogram
Alice Shrode, impersonator and whistler.

"It having li.. n repor*. d to t!ip I y. cnin an l

f i.iu'iii.u'ia Manag. is*

ation I at tlic-c 1-

a

ig among s..aio in. mtwts of tlic I. I, ('

A that the manager- liavc en'en-d an agr. ·

In lit ii.>i to make tah'nt contra ts diir.ng tl...

I I. C.

vavnv entIon. on moVoii of I'anl M

I', ir- .n tt,c sc. rotary w.i« in-tincteil to advise

ti.e -'cretary of tlic I. I.. ('

as follows;

 That no siicti agn . inetit ev'st., that .sm-h a

in .ttcr l as never Imo n d -cii- .d hv t ·· maiia-

s-r». and lliat -m h i- n-t tli.' f.-! iig .-f tli..

nil mls'rs of the Manag. r-'

.oti. If au

.mpre-- Op sm li a- f s pa- tie. n g ven t is !<·-

cause of a few unfortunate in.l.vidnals vv lio

S'cnii'd to I'Ursi.e and at coy managers, and wlio

arc nut .ntir.-'.il iti tlic aff.i rs of t?e I 1.

A . let ralle r i ume to tile convention to

lang .lU.i.i the lotiliy in order to nu · t man.igers

ln-`eart of attend.iig the conviiition *e-slons.

'"n f'c contrary, if s the feeling of the

It' iii.igirs t'at iircfcrciiie in the matter of en-

gig'tuenis should be shown l.ilcnt bold.ng I. Is,

<

membership.

.

··iS'gii.di H.ARRY Z. rRrrilAN.

"Sacy. Lyceum and Chautauqua JIgrs.' Assn."

Talent Should Co-Operate what tini r sjiiril of i .iopcral on con'd be
lak'd than thi* sh'>wn by tl.c man.ig.r«? Talent

KEITH VAWTER TALKS ABOUT LIGHT OPERA AT CHAUTAUQUA

There are. indeed, very few imople on the

cliautau.|iiu platform who have not known and

I'lvi'd this dainty litfe enterta.ner. She has

Is'i'n delighting .\mcr can audiences sine she

was 4 years of age, and now alie i- nearly IB

and is just as delightful and just as fine aa

entertaiuer as in years g'.ne b.v. It Is dif¬

Real Chautauqua 'uoontcrs xvho fee', the need of its inspiration year alter year--The Junior Chautauqua at Burling. Idaho.

ficult to tell whether siio excels as a child im¬ personator or as a whistler, but whatever 'lie does seems to rea' li her andicnee. not because

of her train.ng but bi-eause of the natural

WHY A DEFICIT?
Are the Bureaus at Fault? What Is a Defied and How Can It Be Avoided?

ce-'ful and l.ave !» . i.nie g-. at be iI :n-t1lut ons
there has iM-en ene man. or two or three men,
wi.o have given tlie c..a'.itaui|na' the r pers.mal
att.nton. Tliese nieii have taken tlie same
interest .n the chaiitumiua li.nt otliers do in tlic si'hools. and the re-uit has beeu that the chautau'iua l.as iM-tome an institution in tbo-e vsimmun.ties almost as stable as the schools and churches. It is only wlicrc this Is the ease --vvlicre some man or men put In'o the eliaiitauii a the same lare and attention tli.'v won'd g v.to their own Imsines---that it is really a suc-
-s. The x.ry claim of the circuit that it d'S'so iiiucli for t e local coniraittee ma.v s.iuietinies I..' a deir m.-nt, be. aii-e tlie eomniitt'· man leaves it a'l to tile I'liri'au and tlie re-ult is a lo-s of b« al interest. .\s I baik over tlie hiin-

artl't.c impulse with a her.
The program wh;. ':i I lieard at Whiting does not do j'j-t:. e to .Mii-e. l.yiin Sacki tt. the tenor? who i« a nieinli r of tl;e company, ha- a fine voice aud km vvs well hovv to use it, but in fairness to Mr. .sackett and .Vice Sliride as well the company shonl'l be in the hands of an exjvert program bu.Ider who lould travel with them aud give t.i tiie produet on the show¬ manship wliieh it ne.il-. However. 1 have ail kinds of eonfiibn.e in .Vlieo Shrovb'--her genuino gi niiis aud li* r di-position which enables her to siinnimiit al' kinds of ditflenit e« with a sm le in-iire h. r sij. -s. I am hoping that this little Imly will have the benefit of some ex pert iirogrum builder next year to make it pos-ible for lier to achieve the suceess which ahoii'd b«' hers.

viri ds of clipping- each Week. I am foree.1 to Tl.e Mutual M-rgan Circuit labor-d under

the conclusion that at least eighty per cent of d Ifieulties at W'.lt.ng.

tieavy storm wa«

the deficits would not exist if the community threatening. Managir

rianley had to ent

did Its p.nrt

his leeture -ihiiit on a'coiint of that, and th-

The vsiinmuu.ty ilesins water works, electric light* and other imhliv impmveiiients. TiovI'sv ea-h for the mati rial and I cn they d · not leave the pipes and the cables on the ground to rii-t. I'h'y look after the inleresis of the comniiinity and see to it tliat the invevfment they l..ivc made will pi.v_ dividends to tbe eommnnitv in greater home eomfortTl.e bureaus furnish tlie chautaiiiiua program just as fliese other firms furnish tlie pij'es. Hut no liureaii is able to fnrni-h t' e eoniniunii.v spirit, the engery, the desire to help tlie home town and every one in it. '·'hat must be done liy the citizen- tlonisclves. If th" inve-tinent

audieni-e had t'v I.-ave the f.-n's. Ma.Caddam.

of the Mutual M -rgan. r. poris that one storm

threw d ivvn nine of tlmir fen's, wuich means a bti-y time all a'ong f  iin-' Tie- s.-ason

s'art' d XV th a gr. at ib al of en' iuirag' mpnf for

the Ciren t r.iir'-aii. Ti .-re was ni'O'' enf n-iasm

and more .ird vv..-k d -"lay d an>I t.. tfer pro

g-ams pre-eii'eil than has h-.p ti'c i-a-.- for

man.r years If the s.iis.n will seftb' down aid

give tliem a fa r opportimitv then 1TJ| w '1 to'

*

-ea-on. but the he-t pr. gram

In the world and the best etiantauq'ia service

cannot overeom'' -U'-h hardships of weather as

they have suffered in the pa-f few .vear*.

dies n»t repay !t-e'f t'oat s a

all matter.-

I'liit if the eoinmunlty itself doe* not got tlu'

lieiiefit from the e'laiitanonn tliat if sl.oiild

there is the b

it is a loss of Ideals and

not a loss of dollars and cents.

PonaUl P. Ma. M Han Is exiv." ted back from the .Arctic in Septeraiver, and will ma'se a trans¬ oontinenlal le-ture tour next wintc". Capt. M.ieMiIIan's new leeture. illu-truted by motion

In lonilusioti. let me say that 1 am fored to ladieve ti.at tlie proper eo-operation of t'le eit.Zeiis, I'.ie pro|ier energy and the -ame aiiioiint of atfent'on g ven to tbe other affairs of tlie town w'vuld wipe out every d. flelt ami leave every lyeeiim and every cliautuuqua a great as-et to tlio community.

pivtures and -I'.des from pliutographs taken in North (Irev'nl.uiil a few months ago. will be of ab-orbing Interest. Tli.- fa' t fh.it Capt. MaeMillaii is the first explorer to keep in toneh xs th the world by radio has adibul nnnumberv.l th'»u-ands to tho«e who wish to see and hear him.

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Tlje stvak.n- amps'

lose w;-L a --'-s

t

TENTS sidBilllY-HO CURTAINS ol ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
ClittonManyfacturingOo.
waco TExas

Tlie BiIIt>oarc1

JULY 5, 1924

r." rttlou i'tt

wn^
4;^ Without A Teacher
It'-i ri«v--thousand*of others ar)^ r 4 doinK It rijiht now -- men, women, , S bfjys and girls--on this wonderful

j.'\ to tlie iioiDt sr.d are t « U -t

1 ro ;n thi* seetton of ttie

- W"rk a srvcia'ry w ta a t" ;f

rl .^'.t and far reacnr.* T .es

13* '.»!p nut res 'Ir in e*-at Crsn-

b : eSt. and will ereite a better

..

H'ah i* certainly a

l ;-:n-«' builder.

j j n 'ne roen'l ant* sc I the Chim-

:-· · ·· ;n -'.aricc in the exp* n-- in-

- r.z.zt Mr. nich to ocr c ty."

Ill T - ;« not f e *-r. i of t e work.

> r w bi-y i'r»-psrl3g s b>" 'i!et  > Ci;r -tl. and anyone (cter- -t-d

W 'Sin -- -· a e py of f. « b"^!:let

Kr d

115 .«. D a.-born

-it : h«« nrly farted to work
* r-- rt. ror--i« Chr.-ti. and t;;"
c i f T-xas--"he G-.'f C-'ist eo'.n· ! h.m w V he r-celv-rd so mneh  i week. He r--pl "d; ··p-cans-* I hnetl what it needed, n-'-t what I p over on them and f t away with

actomoliiiic;'
.\;-x narfcr'i. who  o e<J t.. "r?ssem`nt will Mirciret .\r.«Un Ic "Tte ·Jr*-at laidr Dediock". was wl'h Ral'h K»"-r;3e'' ·'f<r"st rormnoner" rviai'.anv li^t snmm r on t .e Stand¬ ard cLsnranins*. and s ap;eir,n? t.'sin t; .* '-i-.n In the same play on the Elll>on-Wblte Sevens.
Geoffrey F. Morfan has now appear- d tin-I the man.TJeas-nt of tje Bedraib K-a - a.- 1 one-balf the States of the nnltn. wVhTsnn-s * and W s - c-ln y t *o ccme. and a len.: fana-l. i ton? boo'i--f Imni*dlately af'-r the r' s* of 1. present s.sson on the G :If Coa t Cl: ' 'I nan'* pre-ct centraets -with th» R'-lpj*'! pie run ontil P ptember of l'''2.5. w'jlob ir.*' it en* r»lT prohaM* that he will fover ·' r-malning half of the conotry in the iminHla

etirv Ralph Bradford sa d; ' One rea*-jn

;'e Frvd 'O ninch pGbllcl'y was that he

d the ccnntry to the need of taklrn pirt

e w -,k « activities by hla own wocderfnl

ty. He -ent a« ai t b prln*'"? to Corpus

1 2= in crdina-T c!r-:ns woul-i c«e. H*

a;ta n hi* p :rpo<o and faith In n*. .\nl 1 z- ·..rn a week of =  h a cam-

w'*'

he'rr I"- - red H* wa-u'* hs'*

t.T h'. campalrn h'frye iw-.ple be-

·tr .ea do yon a inpos* we can

he attractions which ar« the Red"ath Sonthern C ;
d to th. Oanad'an Clr'-' r 'Se clo-e of t' -:r pr

I Is devo'lnz more than ' « nr-'^- rt be»'aa*e we be'->ve i le^'ns^ra'He 'nan. f -zs i lerest to xany of ->« reader.

-noier.

NEWS NOTES

Tru«-Tofi«

Bonni* Krussor

I) r» i"r I' n's

Kru. V'-r an.| t. ·

liruntwieli Or-

rhettr* Bnina-

wirk IteCuTIlS.

I i-.vs >

Bussctier.

.1

m
"v *

Saxophone
The most beautiful in-
8* rument in the popular orchestra t'lday and the eaM« st to play. That's
whythc Saxophone ha* cjuickly become m> tre-
mendously popular for entertainers.

7

DOUBLE ON

THE SAXOPHONE

i and double your income. No other instrurnent equals the Sixophone in p^ipularity for all kinds of entertainment. In
f only a few weeks you can be
playing p'jpular music.

6 DAYS* TRIAL

_

y umaytryinyourownh^me.

wiihoutobligation.the same Saxophone

used by tha great professionals,'·uch asBen

Selvin. Benn'eKrueaer.Clyde Doerr.Tom Brosrn,

Jos.C. S-mth. Donald Clark and hundreds of otbers

FREE SAXOPHONE BOOK

S nd for a free copy. Shows pic*ure« of the great Saxophone players and orchestras. Mention any other instrument in which you are interested.

Buescher Band Instrument Co.
in pTAtf ami f ^rf'K49trr%

143 Bacicher Block

Elkhart, Indiaae

Presenting

"Russia Under Communism"

i? T'e ni- : aii'horitativQ Utterance

s»

n

K'i >..in silu.ition on

is ·

Au-er.- in I'l.itform. N'-nv

'' \v:?h C-;dme .M Cliuutauqua.s.

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A-lln.-s

S BILLBOARD PLATFORM

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SERVICE

S' 35 S. Dearborn Street, Chicago.

i

. tr-' svind-re et t-e reax.

I'3 .>1 :;ne !··«( by each -id", 'b;*

.'I3i- of `he u>»-rn onrl't to be wild.

·s 10.5 Mo. dy. Harry P. Hirrl-'ti ct: -

tlw mantZ`r3 tod lUIph Bicfbatn th*

. -

K.,n;e i.*2b of Mai ten S. D., caan*

. u 0.' the in-l-pend-at ciwuta'j-jui

i > c-nrirn' -y 0 .n*mtia«.

l-d-a-ap.-t's.

_ have iisu d a -lx'---n-pize -'·ikht e3`'*'s|

· r>a-:M-jeu» S W« · t:- z pi d uy to · - r

p,^ee,nis T' * pnbli at'nn S i"ri It.-, a: I

,»,.-n!d be very effe-five, fnler the h-ad: ·

· The Thinz to-.i M'st Wan'" they Infr-viu-.e a new f-ature as follows;

' Wha* do yo'jr .-onini'ja.ty ard aelshb<-i. z

fol'.s want the mi-rf The C .ain; ;n;ty `'h u'.v ·

'a.-tnert' ''bentac-Ttia" Is a-setnily a' Alma. la.
r'h. .Seventeen of the j f 'hat comamity jlxred

· 3 arl help 'o 'prln* the vN'ins tn`nd« to .id

;e la

rz wtya -ind intans of zrttinz it.

; j "li it a-w r.'a ls? la it .a r.-'w theater? Is

,, It new f«. tnry I f- ? Is it new schools? Wl-f? ·.*tart the dis-.-ns-il'.in now. The advance

workers of the Chantaai;na w'll aid. The

saperintendenta will aid. and all the speakers

wlU aid.

"On the first n.^ht the iToettlon will be

?r-pounded, and as the week advances the

-..mination w 11 be develop* d and left behln-l * ty the Cbja'an-:-a will V this piece of coti-

>:r ;ct've work fcr the wh-de year. .Ronieth'ne

·· ni re than th.^ too. will be done. The vari.'us

il-rarfments eaih w:ll >av* behind defin"e

A. a 'ivitles to tie over this aanimer with the

t'< n-xt and prov'.J- new interest for yonr town."

THE LYCEUM ARTS CONSERVATORY

11M North Dearborn Street.

CHICAGO

SUMMER CLASSES

IN MUSIC AND DRAMATIC ART NOW IN SESSION.

.t;.- Ill Cli-ij In S uze C-.aft i d Pile Pnxjuf-

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.!i* dlrc.-ll>ii it JOHN- STOKBR. "4

Nr -v 5 'I A.

R-'t'lr:-!. Ttisy e- ' r at » -v lime dtir'nt term. S-Jnrnfr t" - <re ..i-.e Ja y hd. rtll Twm opent

P -r a'a'-z st; i drl.ii:r I iiirixioatl<«i addreal the .'Fa lll.-TAHV.

11H North Dearborn Street,

CHICAGO

ALVA BALL ENTERTAINERS

ja-t few werks In r-c.ir I real entortainiiiont. H.trinony, Sing¬

's* Ing, I'lannli'iiue'. t'r.iyon Prawlngs,

t't"t'imf* Si'iii'-s ati'l Ili-adliiK:*. Coin-

sdy .'k. ii li, Tl-.e i: il fill '.'lilM". Im l-rrsi'i-.,it itins. Whistlii-g SoU>s and ^ r. mo .Ai'i'ov-hon. .\.M:l ^s

Windmills of Holland* `Love Pirates of Hawaii

4 BILLBOARD PLATFORM SERVICE.

·

35 S. De.arborn Street,

*

CHicaga, or Ash Grove, Mo.

PLAYS PRODUCED
-FOP-
,YCEUMandCH.4UTAUQUA

145-;- B»4l»t»etii.a 81'eet.

INDIANAPOLIS. IND.

Chautduqu.a Entertainer.

Oi's'n fiT I`.'I iMuf m*. nu'Tits. Offering

.1 pri'gr.im of u hi>l«'i-otrio humor.

A t-1v. '·
BILLBOARD PLATFORM SERVICE.

35 S. Dearborn Street,

Chicago.

H.\NNIBAL. MO

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M al \ l o., !> 1- Llm-oln »l., Yookeni, N. Y. *

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l:>-ntal Co.,

wa.v. N. T.

IK

llooki'r-llow*- CoKiuur- Co., ilakerhill. Mass.

J

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Niit'l l-'andy Marh. Ca.-'.-I*'* B. 37tb st.. N. T. O.
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/A Buyers^ and Sellers' Guide; and Reference List for Toxxitov^xxli xx^'siVjix^tKM^^

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llarrol.-..,. i o>fiimo l o.. I:;27 tioiii. K < -Mo.

Show World Enterprises and Allied Interests auu milCU luicrcdia

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\'ll .'^l .MI'.NT l)i;VK I..S

ta'' n l .n lluuau Js it I> Mfg. Co., liayton. O.

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I'n * (<>.. Ij;;'* 'V. .%<lam». ('buago.

Ml..If A Cl.or. ti. C. Ttrin. li.ilit . N. Y. O.

wi'iM.s \\n s.v.\Kr«s \ . r .1'. i  "t-Till**. t*-\h».
I'l* I*. 4j C .rtland at.. Now York Olty.
iTiK'Dlxik Itrov. nil Ni'Wirk at., llobokon. N.J. 11-try llartr.a. 7:1 Co'tlanJ at.. N. H. O.
I. . .'..akf I'arui. b' i -7.''. Hro»ca»llK*. Toi.
M»i Gi .-l-r H.nl Co.. BO Co<'tV*r S*|.. N. T. C. ' - l; 1. . ' l It iT. TT. N. w Y rk I' j ]· .n c WjDUi r. I Now York at** . Newark. NJ.

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addreFF, under one heading, $24.f'<i a year.

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i)i:(Oil XToiis r. A. W. Dt-an D'-'or.iting C».. .Alli.ince. O.
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Pair Trading Co.. Inc.. 8o7 6th stp., N. T. O. Kindel »V Craliaiii. 7-2 'll .M sston, San Francisco

(For ConceraiODt)

MM >'-i.'n Fi.l'.rj- K.. .'.I'.i N Ilal-led. Cliira.o.

Nat..,. »l I;. '..1 1. 11 'W. 37ib N* w Y'ork City.

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Muasog'fc b.rd Sl.r*. MS N 12th. I'hiladelpbia.

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-M. O. IliiODS & Sons. Coney Island, New York. C.XR.S (IL R.)
IlouHlon R. R. Car Co., C.-i 223, Ilo.iFton, Tex.
< XIIX ING SI.TS .\M) ( I I LI'RY'

h.itf'p fTl.r.v (".,

Cth a'p.. N. .. Y rk

( IILXXI.Nti (il'YI .Y| X XTI'.XC'Tl'III IRS4., ^
The Helmet C.tim Shop. Cineinnati, O.

T. xae Cum Co.. Teucl.'. Tex.

Zulu Mfg. Co.. 2f*3 S',. DcarWn. Cal-ago

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DIRECTORY

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15

SOURCE OF SUPPLY. |

DOLLS All:..d-(irand IMII Mfg Co., tlO (Ireenpoist

ave., br .oklyn. N. Y.

Am. r. Doll Co.. 131.T N. Br'dway. St. Louis, M-J.

Araiiee linll Co.. 417 l.afayetle at.. New Tork.

K. C. Ur.>wn Co.. 44t< W. Court at., C.n., O.

t apitol t 'T iKill Co., l2r» YV. Reno, Ukla-

lionia Icy. *-1:.

< iirniviil f; bazaar Sup|i'r Co.. 2S\V.l.'illi at., .V Y.

DaCua D 11 Mfg. t . . 221' Mam, Da.la-. TeX.

I'a I'r.tlo bro-. D.»II Co., 3171 KiTard, Detroit.

K.'igle D.1II A To.v to., 117 Wta.'ler at.. N. Y'. O.

B ri-e Di.v Mfg. t'o.. 2'2I4 W Ma.lis..n. Chicago.

Fair Trading Co.. 307 »!th av.. N. Y. O.

.la. k lih-a-on. I'C, .\. 1,1... (*.. a. Ci'y. t'kiu.

Italian .\rt * 0.. siCn ,S. Y'andeventer, St.I.oul' Mo

K ,rr A- .Yiierhaeh. 415 Market »t., Pblla.. Pa.

Slidwest Hair Doll Faaccttoorr.yv, 1S37 .MMaaddiiaaoon, K. ('.. Mo.

Mireral D..1' A Not. Co., 16 Mapenard 8t.. N.T.



I'- ' c.. . IS N. I..'e. I'. a. 1 tx, tik'a.

DOLLS^DOLL LAMPS

.\»^rMlir'is .\\n cioi.nrisii

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A)ua 01 Sti . (V.. 1*1 Cbaoit'cra at., N. Y.

.Ml'l M'lI.I.O It \SKITS

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A -it .ArmiJillo Co., CVmturt, Triaa.

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^ PACINI A BERNI. 1424 W. Giaad Av*.. ChCag*, Many readers of The Billboard

lyTj '

repanl the Trade Directory a.s a

YVm It:i!'i'\at.T. 2*''4 "'·-tlakr, S.-attl.', Waah.

r-

'lai.dard buyers' guide for certain

1'. S. !io I C'o . Il"* Oreene at., N. T. C.

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merchandi.'!e. used, sold or need* d in the Outdoor and Indoor Show XVorld
ai'D* ills to the buyer be* :tus*' it is ^ handy list to use when the sour* e
supply is wanted. For goods which ran be sold in

·· 1). Ver/iml S'uf. Co., .;i,F.* .'.(l at.. I'ortkinil. Ore.

,;:i

IM'I.L II XIII--DOLL XX ItlS

Herman i.ranat, 3K*' E. 4th at . N. T. O.

P

Dtll.l, IIXIR sri'I'LlLS

P Rosen & Jacoby, l'.*5 Chrystie *t., N. T. City,

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W Klnilel A C.ra'uim. 7'2 st .\l --ii.a. San Francis.-o

the Show XX'orld. the Trade Directory M " ni b.iiuoat. r, 20-4 YVe-Uake, Seattle, Waah.

.MTO'I.VTIC MIsICVL INSTRU- S

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N T. Mu-i' at loat. Wks , N. TuDawanda, N. X. "

TjDcUt C.xiiiiunjr, Mus.at.oo, la.

AI roMoitii.i : Roiti

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Ttir T adii.g Co., Ine., UOT titb a*e , N T. 0 j;

r.MK.I s. IlYWl RS .\M> Ill'rroNS S

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W iE I ".il · rg & Sona, 13b N. 10th, Pblla.. Pa. sc

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rimni II Ha.lea Co , 3''.3 W'a-hincton. B »ton, rf

li-i.jam.li II irrla Co.. Ino., L'KK llowery, N k.C. s

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iluctive department.

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Manufacturers, Jobbers, Distribu-

W

tors Yvho desire to keep their name

^

and address within easy reach of

bu.\ei s. should place tl.vir name and address in this Directory. X*ou

c.in have your name and address Uii.ler any of the heidincs that

tli-Miihe the pootls you sell, or we will consi'ler a special heading

if il.i'ie is 1..."*' 11 till' T'-a.l- Directory thiit describ*'s your iiroduct.

TUB Hil l Iti'.'Hti rt'B. CO. Cm. Inrsti. Ohi..
If n y I *mf »i..l aJilrt'-o <an t.**

one In*, iiniiir 'name hrading' '.F. r' It .N2 Cm. s in

U' DOOR X.VMi; IM.XTrs (Kiigra't'd),

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[x V. RobdIarJ Co.. 194 liaris. New B. dford. Ylasa. fl

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!» Tallet Mfg. Co.. 1213-17 Chestnut. 8t. Louia. Mo. ^

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P, BeardFle.T Si.ee. t'o . 217 Istb, bock Island, 111.

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Dlll'-'IS (Banil and On-hestrji)

pi Acme Driinmi. r- S I' tiiy 1... 2lN N Ma,-. , Chi.,

i"! Lu.Iw'g ,t L'lilwlg. 1611-1621 North Linculn at., h Chicaco. Ill.
Wilson bro*. Mfg. Co.. 222 N. May at.. Chicago,

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KL.X.sl'IC X'LILs I'OK DOLLS

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·P Jobbing A S.i'es Co.. Inc., 610 broadway.N.V.C.*^

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Maurice la-vv. 406 Lyce'ira Bldg., Pltt-bu-g. Pa.

IIM.L-TIlRoWIXt; RAMI.S

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.'·-ran.irt Nov. Co., 1 ijn Sjmni ire. C.Ui-.uuati.O ^

ItM.lAXlX .lOltltKIlS (T«»>''

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C Chav Newton. 331 W. 18th at.. N. T. City. Z Tivioli Singe 1. ahling Co., 418 W. 4Ktb, N.Y.O.

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IIM.I.OONS (ll)tt Mr) fi'r 1 il.lbitioB Fligbta)

balloons and PARACHUTES
· i\.v<^'*iv \\i» * tMi>:V): tints
SOi 'mwESTFRN palloon a tint CO.. I' j t . Oft II A«f. (T*i. Oia yaaui, Chieaia

I ' I'.a. o 'll I · . .\  'a. Ill.

iiM.i <»i»\.rii.i.i\(, iir\ It r.K i\)r

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r... .-.ing Co., I'oK C. Ontario »t., Chco.

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PtP,j lhan. Kel'. yv'Ilo. Calif. C. C. Mi-Carthy A Co., Williamsport. P*.

( niM.sK iiYsKirrs
F'air Trading C'o.. 3<*7 6tb av.. N. Y. O. tinenta; Nov. ( o . 28 t'pera Place. Cincinnati. O.

IVsMOM) ItLANKI-TS Dessauer, F 4 Co., .'dams Market at., Chgtt. F'eir Trail.rg t\)., .`I'T 6tli av.. N T. C John B. FoUy. 2K Broad kt.. ISoTidence. U. I. <'r..nt:il N-.. Co. 2'> lii~'.-a I'l.. Cmcmuati. O.
F.XIK .XDVl.llTISIXG Sl'IA'l.Vl.TllS The J tir `'"bh-h.: g H i-e N. rwaik nlmr
II''..VvX xO onllsS.. iIillri:Ir.sIsTlrl.AK .xXiIm 'RiO o.XxSs
XM) xoi.si: .YixKi.us V. S. F'a'.ir Corp.. *.* "'.·-t xnn -t.. New York.
1 rxTiii II i'iA)XvrRs
DeWitt Siaters, E. I ralrle. battle Creek, Mich,

liM.l.tttiNs. .'xor wmt i;its .VM»

r.l'RNT < t)KK

f IGAR LIGim RS^.VXD MOIST- ^aatem Mill.. i2[ B^w'.V.'Everett. 49. Ma,*.

(<»'M:.i;\ti\ ii\i.i..s; T' - II - of r.allia LF, '.**', " irr< u. N Y C.

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1 I ir l.irj'., t*i W, ,1 mill at.. .N< w York.

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Co., M'htrniott ItMaTa.

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' Mil* il Inal. tvi.« . .N. Tonawanda. S. T.

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I'l-Iiitin A .Nioii, ;tlrt Itn nKl'-n at . \ T

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' · · 'I.m h. III. 1727 N Front. I'hlla . I'a

· t ,ii |i,.k*'i A Imix.rl'nif Cori*., rjI2'14 1*1

M-.t ..n atr . N V I'ln-l.'irg. Pa.

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Itr.XCON III, \\ KIM'S

" r ·'Filing * .. . In*-.. .'Itr; »ilh at**., N T. P

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' '·''·'II. 117* MarV.I at. I'Mla.. IM.

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Not. Co., '.'s Otnrn I'l.. CInoluiiatl. t)

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iti'xnri) itxtis

' ' . line Co.. IT i; .t.oi ai . N Y. iii.v.

*'"ii. .n Not. Co., Ifl B. Iblb at.. N. 1.

cChhirago CoFtuair 'Y ks., 116 N. I^tnklin. f'^gO,, IK'SlXI -^S .XDX. SOI X l.Xlll SOXtv.S boy L, Burivb. 007 E. North. Indian.-ipolii*. Ind.
fXtirS (Arena)
J. W. Fi-k Ir.m YVks.. 73 Park PI.. N. Y.

exit n'M Lit.nr St. L  alrium Light Co., 5l6 Blm et., 8*t. Lo-jl*.

V XM.IOITS tT*anglry Mfg. Co.. Muacatine. la.

CXYllllXS FOR OXr.-'YllXl'TI' |··.oTOS
Chi.aao rirniljpe O'.. Chicago. III.
cx'ii iixs roR riirMnMS Seneca 1 am. ra .'Ifg. CO., Rochciler. N. Y.
t'XNDY roll \X lll'r.l,MI'V
I' <.ri-eiill. 1-1 « Sons. It."* I.orliiier at.. briF.klTn. VI'liritan ili-'olute Company. Clncmnatl. t'hio.

t'XNDY IX riiXSIlY HOM S

'I<dwanls Novelty Co., tx* an Park. Calif. (· XN l'`8

·I bI aa lUrg. I'gt lUckiuuu et., V. T. *t .XRNIX XL GOODS XND t OXCLS-

SION XMII >· SI I'l'Lll.S

.'ilvan*'*' Sp. c C<'.. .">7

I'oplar. Colimiliti' tl

t.lvaiice \V!: p A No>- 'lj t , "e-.il 1 , 'I* -

.v\ni. Not Sup. t'o . lA I'ar.-.-ll. Klmira, .N'. Y.

IIt B. Note.IT to. 3"8 r.iu

S X City. la.

.11..1-. Hell to, 31 i<r< --I -t . .N..\taik, N. .11..'. and

·2082 E. fh 't.. Clevi-ll.-aiiiaall,. ttll..

VPKaiirrl

Trading Co.. tiii-'g* i.h ui.

K'* In-

6nItIh1 44 --

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. NN. YY CC. 1K7illlli »-ft..,, NN

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'liiitt ly Not to.. .2112 I'4l W. S. K C Mo

A 'll!' In II. 16 Sutton .aVvoO..., New Uorhelie, N.T.

iI''lpt . an llroil.i-f . St. .·.i'. 'to T. H St-.inlcy. 4.'i2 Hroail. I'r.-vi«lence. R. *1. 8Bioger Bro«.. 'C>r>6 Broadway, N> w York City.

^ 290 E Water. M Drake Mfg. Co.. 290 E W^ter. Milwaukee. Wia.
gri'G lf' AKKTTi:S I.igg. tt A My.-r< T -(.acco Company, 212 Fifth
a'e.. New York City.

CIRCrs .\XD .TIGGLIXG AIM'.X-

R XTl S

Fdw. Van Wyck, 2'743 Colerain. C n'tl. O.

I 'r-n. s. at.ng

Z \TS I'DIt 111 NT

126 'b.rl!ct

V wark. N.J.

( HUT S XVXGOXS

T'cpiC!! Waiion t *>., KlR^a» t

Mo.

r,reworkV\!}.!

'b\ Bldg.. Phil.

.Ymer'can Fin-works t'o., of Mass., Boston. N. K. bariialia_ Fi * w.irk» .'Ifg.. c -.. New
1: .. h*-ll**. N. V. 1 .-ut.iu-iital Pin-work' Mfg. Co., Dunl>ar. I'a.
Columbus Impi-ral Fireworks Co.. 0»lnmbus, O. I. r.b-:! Fircix. rks Co., IKO N. State at., Chi.-afo.
H :d-.n F'ir. work* Mfg. Co., II id'ou. *ili;.».
Inntt..rrnnaattlloorr.al Fireworks Co.. Mam Office, Jr.
t'l. I'.Mg , Summit .'to. St.-ifion. Jersey City, N. J.; Itr. Dtlice 19 Park I'l.. N*-w Y'ork City. TThhte* liiittrcrrTriaatt..ouiniiail PI'r'rx-x«.i.rk->. C.i . H.-nry Bolil crrrii,. PI'rr*. ' '8 CC4o*inigKr".' -s sl.,Scbcnt ctady.N.Y.

COXI, IX t'Alll.OXD LOTS Tilin' liberty FIREWORKSCO..M.; ;'a.'.!r.riofFire-

SXLI'.SYII.N

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lor a.l C. :r; r« i -i -. I81. i- a -1 I'llTFle I'U-

Wasliiiigti.U Coal to., c.'ul B\ch. I'blg . 1 ti cago f

*'.*;i'Pui2n s-;ipii,F.

Eiiiihiti.a De-

........... f.yv X.' % VIV w*!* I'vvi tol ll.l. I TvNS \M) Ml.XYl

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IVx k* * orc-l F.-e, T-*r>-liea, et A

f.-r lata

BOX 200. Franklin Park. 111.

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Carter. 1C F7. Mar''all. b;ci mon.t. V

I,il'*rty P.r.-'vorks Co., Franklin Park. III.

Talbot Mfg. Co.. P2I317 Chestn .t. St. Lonl*. Mo. Mariay F:rew..rk- to.. 1111 t ap t..! bblg., Chi.

tOIX 01*1 ll.XTi;!) Yl \( H1.NI> Pih I .t S..pply Co . 7iii9 S. Dearborn. 1 hicago The Hanre Mfg. Co.. Westerv lie. t'hio. Y u-Cl-u ('<>.. it-'.l Broacl st.. Newark N. J
(OM'I TPI .XNIY >i:ill'l NTINI'S l\ lalel A bra!.am. 782 81 '1 'sioii. San F-au. :->-o

'·I.irt.u'a Fireworks, Fort iKalge, la.
. '!n-tin A W is Fireworks .'Ifg Co.. Bo«ton.
Minttr Fireworks .and .Amusement Co.. 206 8 W. Cratid bUil . .sprmgheld. III.
Newton F:reworks Ce . 23 N. Dc.irlairn. Chicago,
dll o D 'I'Ist F-rew.irks Co., IIipiKiilrouie An¬ nex. CieC'laitd. tb :o.

(OIIM T .\ND TllO'lllOXr, MI "IIS j.,. . i

.ttan H li Fireworka, 18 Pk. PL. N,

t.irl J. Magin, 3t'l K. Wa-h. st.. Hellc'ille. III.

Y : 111 W Monroe at., Cbic.igo.

C'OsTI'YIKS

P.m .\nieri-aa Fir*-werks Co., Ft. Dodge, It.

t'h cago t'o-tume Wks , 11*1 N. Frinkl n. Chicag r>>t-* Firework* Disi-lay Co.. Frankhn ^rk. Ill.

Unrn i'oii to'tume to.. 1227 Maiu. K C.. .'lo. s. n* - f.i.ly )-r. works Co. Schenectady, N. T. Karapniar.n t>'iii. Wk-.. S 11 gb. C  -mb-s. t'. Texa' F n-tvorks Co.. Dallas. Texas, *' Meiul.iy t' st ime t o.. In - . 117 B. iltih.N.Y' C. The Ti, p Fireworks Co..Inc..Tipiiec*n<ie Olty, O,

Pbh'er c.-ttmo- I . .'.il il.l av... N Y fly It. x.Mfg. Co. '22 Park IL. N Y City.

Stanley Co-tiinie iftudios i'A'C W. 22d. N. Y. Vitale Firework* Mfg Co.. New Castle. P«.

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" '-ih -i , New York City. Welgand Fireworks co.. Franklin Park. HI.

<'osTrMr.s (Yiuistni)

Chicago Co'tiime vt ks., 1 in N. F'ranutm. Chicago Hooker-Hottc Costume Co., Uatc-rhlll, Mass.

(Continued on page 56)

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Xlie Billboard

ULY 5. 1924

DIRECTORY
(Continuod from paRO o")

XILSIC (OMPOsl'.l) .V XKKXXIil'.D Chas. F. l,e VI-. ijy Bichmui d t., i in. inna.i.ti.
Ml .Sic p;:i\r'\(; Bayrier, HhMo ini \ t o.. 20.4 \V F.:, '. Chi ago. 'I'iie iiHo /.mine-nan A n to.. In , t ., O

I'l, \<;s

XII SK XL KILLS a: sPI I I XLTICS

M. Magoe i- Son, Ini-., i:!S Fulton at., N. Y. 0. B. H. Ma.v.an l. .71 Wi.lo igiil y. Fiooklyn. .N Y.

I'L.\(iS \.M> l>i;( <M: XTIONS John C. Itotlra A I'o., Inr.. (iu.vs, l`.i. >I(`tr<>|M>litan KIhk a I).-.-, t Tl:; .'''ili.riilla.rii

AM) ri sTOONINf;

Annin A t o..

I n.ton ^t , N' iv Vot . Cit.T.

I', ft. Favor t orp.. pt Wi-^l ;!4lli

N< \v Voik.

ri.\<js roi: ki nt

MCslt XL GLXssi s A. Brauneis.s. `.''ij Pi'.iih st , B · hniondnilLN.T.
MCsU XL II xkp:; Lindemin Harp Co.. 4110 Kedzie avc.. Chicago.
.Ml sicxp IXSTKCMI M S (Automatie and Hand Playei)
Crawford Bi.tan Co.. JUlj ijiun.l. U. C.. Mo.

C ARLl='ISCHE^'^i^e Andof'on 'Ifti'-.Xwn. .\lfr'.. .XiidiT'on. Iiid.
M. Mattoe & Son, Itn-.. i:;s rnltoii ^l , N. Y. C

I'l.n \T IM Ii,i)j ;i:s Mil ard & Morriholii. `."-'.ti W vth ('onov I'l.md,
N. Y. Telfiilioiii', (' iji > Klund 'Ji'.lJ.

i'LooDi.K.iiT rnt ).ii:< T<)i:s Cahill Uro^.. .'il't \V. 4.`itii 't . N. w York Citv.

I'L()\Vi:i{S. I I XTIIIIISS AM)

M xi: xi{<»r

Aaron Mithol. l.`i WoM :;sil)

. N. Y. C.

I'l'K Ti:iMXli\<;> XM) liXM)IN<;S

Aaron Midnl, l.Y W .>tli

N'vv York.

<; XMi s Diamond Came Mfs. <'o., Malta, Ohio. H. C. Evana A to.. I.M'H \V. .Xdatii', ChicaRO.

<. xs<)|,im: m i;\r.i:s

D.

farter. Iti E. Mar'iial! I' < iitiiotnl Va

Talbot Mfs. Co., l.irt-17 Choatnat. 8t. Louis. Mo. \Xa%li.nm LiRlit A Heat Co., '.'ii* VV. 4'.'d. N. Y. 4 .

M .. e. We .'iieia .e in Hritaaier'' Oiitil's. 4b 54 Csbper Square, New Yerk.
'igi Co.. 177 |o:umblla .kve., Ilo'i n. Mass.
m;i;i)Li: kooks x\d m i;dli;s Brali.aiil Nee<Ile to.. 47 Ft. .boles st.. N Y. F.lth .\\e. Not .on C'l., Stil 7iih. rittsburg. Pa.
m;i'1)Li; i;o«)ks .xnd siilc1 IIKI .Xl)|\(t M |;|)LI s
Kindtd A i.rali.ini. 7'-' Mi"a>n. San Frane se.i Mills Nee be to., diil Broiidwav, New Yors.
NOIsi: XlXKLKS The fJeiss Mfg. I o.. ToleJo, 4».
Nox I LIA' McsicxL i\`'TKrM::vrs .sonoph.'iie to., .'.plbj Wvthe ave. B klyn. N. T. I . .s. Favor Corp . ht West ;:4th st.. .New Yiok.

i;as()I,im; i.xn i iun^. mox i;s
XM) xixvn is Wtxham Lipht A Ib at Co.. r..-.0 W. 4"d. N. T. C.
<;i i.xriM James n. Channon .Mfg. Co., 'jj;;--:'..'! We«t Erie
St., CbieaRo. HI.
GIANT I'AiAi Ti;i:i:s loi: dim i;t

NOX I L'Hi s XM) sorx i;niks Toy World Novelty Co.. 32 T n on Sq., N. Y. 0.
opi KX iiosi: Chicago Costume W ks . lit! .N. Frankliu, Cl.b 'o
01: x\t;i' xDi: i.'iger t .. . i'..7.iil \ Mail-vv ..h| .\x.. Cl i. age Till ot Mfg. Co.. I2i::-17 Chestnit, st. Lo K, Mo.

sc i:.m:s. <onx i .ntions, 11 XI.I.N. in .
Amelia Crain, ftll* spring tlarden st., I'hila.

OKWt.i: DKIVK xixckim: 1 . liro' .Mfg. f.e. c.'al B.roadvv ;iv, N* vv Y'lirk Citv.
OKt.X.NS XM) CXKDKOXKD MISIC

POS'l'C XKDs

Fagle Po'ie.ir.l \ . w t,,. lit r.vv.v X A'

t.ro-s A iinard t'.* . 27 I . lith

N A *.

Koelih-r A'i.'vv I'.i'teard fo.. I.Ao B.irk Bow. N.A^.

W .iliain'l.iitg I'l.'l t 1.1 to. 2.1 D.'l.im y. .N · A 1.

PKIMII MS A. B. Ciimniing'. jU I almoiiili. -Atlleboro, Mass.

PKIAIIl M goods Singer Bros., Teti lire dw.iy, .New York.

PKOMOTI KS QC Bxraars. Celebrations. Conclaves. Etc. W. M. Gear, 27 Opera Place, Cincinnati, O.

PKOPI.KTILS Chicago Costume Wks. 116 N. Franklin, Chgo.

PPSII C.XKDS I'errlC'S Sales to., Ib.i) E e7lh *t., Chicago.

K XDIO Beeri.i" Mfg Co . 2l'«i I . 11tr.1I. ,\I> F". M uuKHINI sFONI A ;,,,,l ,|| \X I L PKOPS. Tlu- l.iltlcj.ihii'. 2.4 W Pith 'I.. N. A. C.

KOLL .XM) i:i si;kx i:d .si;.xt

·i It Ki; i .'';

Hancock Bros . *27 ,le"ie

. San Franeisco.CaF

Bees Tl. kt-t t

til Harney st , timah.t. Neb.

'Irimoiint I're.'S, 117 .Alhany st . B.istou, Ma«s.

KOLLLK sKXTLS Chieagn Boiler Sk.ite Co.. 44T.H W. Fake, ChFgo. '4 he Samuel WiD-low Skate Alfg. l o., W ur-
V ester. Mj'S.

i;i Kill K sTXMPS (And Acce ones)
ID'S Stamp t o . 00 F I,.tv st.. Columbus. O.

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Kl <.s XND TXPI sTKII S

.I. IJinilovvne fo Inc., 4iil Itn avc.. S' T

S XLLsKO XKD Xsxt >i: rMi;\ | S

.XND s XLLSKO XKDS

D'.nlon. Win. I'.. A tn., 72 Hank Bl . Cfca.N'.A'. I .ir Iratbng to.. ;tti7 ith av.-,, N.vv A'ork

H.iht, t hen A fo., 2-1 W Mi.l.' -i. th..ag..

W. Il" tlwin t . ·-'.`Bt tan B.

i. th-ago.

b-v I N'ov. f.1 . B.'ser B'dg.. f. lar Itan .1K.nil.'l A Fra..am. . 2-S| Mi"ien. S.in F'a' 'co

sT.XGi: LKHITING XPPLI.Wl I'-S I're.l.T . k lloliliiig .at-' AA . tllli si.. ,N. y. (; D.-Pliiv siige I ghf t o.. ;::tl W 4Dh X. Y C.
I h.iH. N.-wt 'ii. ;2II AA' I'-lli itl.. N. y. City, t nivei'al Fleclric S'.igt- l.igliling 1 ·.. kliegl
Bros. :!21 AA'. (i<tHi t., .Nt.vv Aoik.

SrHLi;TM! N S Sl PPLIi:s M. Gertier. 5115 Mai kit st., Philailclphii, Pa Singer Bros.. .716 limadway. New A'ork

SXX'.XGlil K .S'l'K KS I'OK LXDII-S
Friinkf-.ril .Mfg Co., !«iii Fillo-rt .'I.. I'li la . I'a. S. .S. .Novellv Co.. 171 fai.il -I., .\. A. C

TXri'OOING SI PPLII S
AA'agner. Brof Chai.. 2"'> Bowery. .New York Percy Waters, le U Batilol.li. D-tro.l, .Mi. h

I IN IS

Amenean Tent .Ann 1 .. . .M nnrapolis, Minn

·An. le-r S-ipp.y t o.. AVai.-r at . Kvansville, ind.

1 tn* t I ti.iiiiller. 2'2 I'* .irl `t.. New A'ork

Clifton M iiiii'aetnring Co., W.ieo. Texaa.

I ra w ford A I'l111 .Mig. Co., \A a.-o, Tex.

Itaiii is. lilt'., f. K. 114 .s iilti st.. X A' C

D' vvii.tt I'.'es , I.BI > Sa t I'.-Ito. I .la .Aligtl--

lo.'ler Mfg. I'l... 52:t .Al.iga/.tie. .New llrle.ina

F Iton B ig A I "f .M B'. B k yn, .At apolia. Dal

l.is. 'I't v.; .Afanta. .'ll I o-ii'. .N.-vv t>r|eaiii

Jno. Ilaiili-y Tent A .Awn. Co.. Terre Il.'iiite, Ind.

Henrn Fiielilii rt Mtg to.. 126 Hovv.trd -4 . San

Frane st o. 1 al.f.

Ibo r. H vt ( .. .72 S Market -t B.,alnn.Mava

t' IT I nlli. I . . 12 V

B

' Jill t I t.

M. .Magee .A .Stm. Inc., b'ts Fulton st., X. Y C.

AA' H. 'I I eb.tr.. s I anil st.. Itostim. Xlasi.

J. .1 Matlh ws, 2.'.;il F. I-high a e.. Bh.tt

L. .Mekers. n lent. .Awning A Cover Co.. 17.")

State st . B t n, .Al.i't.

Pom a Tent .A Awning Co, 229 N. Market at.. AA . tl la. K .n-Bi.

.A Smitli A S 'll, 122.0 B ilg.' .Ave., Pbllad. I' i t

Talbot Mfg. Co.. 1213-17 Cheatnut. SI. Lonlt. Mo

TI NTS roH KI N r M. Magee A .-'on. Inc., IIS Fulton at., X. Y. C.

Till XTI K TK'Kl.TS
(Ro.l and Reserved Seat Coupon) An'ell Tnki't I o . 7.in 7bi N Frank in st., Chgo 'Ir.mount Pre-s, 1F7 All.any at . Boston, .Mai-.

IHLXTKICXL CO^I'I X|i: sI'l'IM.II S

c;l.\ss i{i,oxxrus ti i;i.\t; and
KOI) Nicholas XVapler. 4'J Warren st., N. T. 0.
t.ol.l) hl.Xl' HastlnRs * Co., hI7 Filhort, rhil.ndelphia. I'a.
c;ki:.X'si; pxixis. i.ir. fMake-Vp Boxes, Cold Creams, Eto.) Zander Hro'.. Iiie., Ilf: W. 4^th st., N. T C. HAxini K<;i i: i iti M\s. stox i s.

F-

B. itigatt fo.. .;4ti Water '1.. New Vurs

OKtiXNS XM) OKI ' i;.stkio.\s

.Teliaiif - s t,,. -hanlt Co . Ta .itiv, I'hil.i., Pa

M:i\ lb '

1; f |i \la  .on a. ii| n

N. T. Mii'ieal Inst. Wks.. N. Tonawand.i. N, T.

OKI.X.X XM) oK( III STKION Ki:-

PXIK SHOPS .A. Cll ''tnian. 41 g7 Iiidep. av . K. C., Mo. F. Da lian. 2124 Fnv o-. .st. I.<t;;i'. Mo. H. 1I.I1.K :..I1 F B.tvcn'Vv.Ktd ave.f b ago.111.

LIPAyiT CO.

.sPE.'l\I I'TS IN .-.ILlSIttlAllD A.S-
SiiItrMENTSa
I0T8 Arrh Street. PHILADELPHIA.

h ugvr Bros., o.'id Bnadway. New A'ork.
SCLNLKX' .Aladdin Scenic fV>.. 1440 Wash.. Bo'ton, Maes, Nevv A'ork Studios, o2H W. 3`.`th, N A. C.

I hi.'lgo t .stvm.. AA'k ID! Y F'ankI n.Ch iD,i/ au a 1 heatru...! I.tnp . 112 '.V IDh Y A' f
TIIIIXTKICXL (.KOI NI) CMFIIls. SXND r,X<.>s XND TXKrXI LINS
Prneit Chandler, ·-·72 I'-' 'I -1.. N. w A'ork City, 4 has. A. Sa. -it iiy, 61 .Ann 't . Y.w York
TI( Kf;r I'KINTI KS Anaell Ticket 1 o.. 7.''.0 .Y I'-ank .ii, Chieagi,

(iKIDDl.l N

Talbot MfR. Co..

Chestnut, St. Louis. Mo.

II XIK I K XMI >. I 'l'f.

R. Bcheantiluiu. 17 W ti'ml. New York.

II XIK M I S

Wholesale No". Co . ln<.. lilt! oth avc., N T. 0.

iiiMir HOOKS

OKILNTXL NOXIel.TILS Shangl'.ii 'I'sd. t o . 22 Waverlv pi San Francisco

OX I'KMt.irr c xsi s Fair Tr.id.tig < 0., Att7 lith av.. X. Y. C.

PXDDl.i: XX Mi l LS

n. C. I vans ,0 ( _ j;,

.\,i..,ms. Chicago.

\Vm. Fte s g..,. 2S I

(.av .t.. Fa t.niore. Mb

SCHELL'S SCENIC STUDIO
S3t.78t-585 South Hiqh Street. Cohimbus. Ohl*.
S( I NI P.X'

loliott Tiiket to., Dtl X.irick -t,. Y'. A' I'ltv Fniji re T .'I I". D'. B. · h , It .'·'n. Mas Tr mount Press, 117 .A'in.jv -· B -t. ii, 'li's World Ticket A Sup, Co.. D'.-'O B'vvay. X. T 0.
'I K.II I S
.(r'hur B. .Atliert s lAt . 7 I It -n. Br'klyn. X A", t hicago Costume AA'k' . ' Di Y 4 rink n,l b etgo.

Hindi! I'liblisliiiiR to.. 1'07 IS iena ave.. ChiesRo. Koe. Transcendent Science. 110 S. Mich., Chgo.
noKsi: iM.iMKs H. Sebaembv. KH14 hlltli, Ui. hra md Hill. X. Y.

Biiiiutf ' Ballo. Wheel fte. 2i»4 X. t!av. i:aIto..M<i PAINTINtJS. MIKXL. POKTKXIT XM) Lop.p.x' po.sti;ks
il. B, Denny. ;;>ii btli av . W.. Cidar Bap.ds.Ia.

(TbAt CaiTiei in Trunks) M. B. Dennv. ;;sti stu av.. W , C.-.lar Rap'ds Ta. Emil Neiglok, 4 .'7 AVootllawn ave., Cbi. ago.
s( i;\i;p»x' to ki nt

Itazian'a Ih.atrieil Imp. I 12 AA'. iHh. S Y.C. A. W. Tams. :tls AA , B.th s' . Y V C.

TINsi L XI XNl'i'XC TI'KI.K^J

National Tii.-. l Mfg 1

Ma-i t .vv..e. W.s.

It i: 4 i:i:xM <om s Alco Cone I'o.. 1-4 N. Front. Meni|«tf'. t'enn. H i: t KI XM C'OM.S XM) XX XI IIKS Columbia Cone Co.. 61 Talm. Newark, .N. J. Consolidated Wafer Co., S'l-J Sliields avc., Chi.
icj: ci{i:xxi com; mxciiimux kingerr Mfc. Co.. 4-0 E. Fearl, Cincinnnti. It I. NDl.VNS AM) INDIXV CtlSICMI'.S W n. Harten. tiordon. Neb.
INSI KXMt: f Xffitleiit anti llcalili) Vis Anona Cummins, Itoi 71. Montebello, Cal. CXkis. U. Kilpairn-k. Ibiokerr Bldtr.. t n.eago.
INsCKX.Nt i; (l.ift ) Bucb, A. J.. Jefferson Itidg., I'eoria. TII.
INX XIAI) XX lll.l Ii Cll XIKs

P XIM S

Phebm F.ni'f I'air.t Mfg. Co.. St. Ta> ;is. Mo.

PAPPK CXKMX XL IIXTS

Koehler -Mfg. Co., 1.70 Park Row, N. T. City.

I s Favttr Corii.. Pt W.-t ;i4tli

N'.vv Y.o,.

pxpi;k cpps ililx ) .xm> di^ip s

I'lihbo Speviee Cup C«j.. Bush Terminal, B'kiyn.

PXPI K ( I P X FADING MXCIIIM S

HIxie tirinkingCiipCo.. Inc.. 226W. IPth, N. T. C.

PXKXSOLS

Kitale! A '.'·.il am. 7'2 s4 Mis-Pm. San Franci.sco

PI XM T KOXSTLKS

Hob omit A Hoke .Mfg. Co., 912 Van Curen, I' b.inai'Ind.
King-rv M g c.i . 42') E Pearl. Cincinnati. O.

.Amelia Gran, s];, .spring tbi ,|. n st.. Phila. H.ioker H ivv.. t o'tnnie fo., HiverhIF. Mass.

.SCI'NIC XKTI-sTS XM) STI'DIOS

M. .Arm'ire'ter A- S-.ns, 274 8. Front. Corbiia. O.

Ia.e I 8'h .s'! dies. 42td 't .V- B wa.v, N A' C

-M" I i.t.n Mat-' S. · tilt- Si'idiii. F ti. I.itiHSlei.

Mgr.. Fill i li.ri.k... Sr.. D.iiv.r. ('..'.

No - lly s.. ni.. Studios, ggii w. d'ith st . N. T.

1 '

' . I.  St .'la.-. I'.

S..2, '1  n. t'iio.

Toiuity A V. i . n.l Scerii.- Co.. 27 U'ass.St l/xiif.

.SI^KIXL I'XPI K PXI)DI,F'-S Sehtilijian I'r niing fo.. . p \\,.t sth. N. Y. C. Suiiib Print i.g t o., 1'...I A :n.. st., Cincinnati, O.

SHOOTING G XI.LI KILS

I IHt K KH X ( LI 'S Tern Simmons. 4-9 W 42*1. X. Y. O.
TKIXIXII D HX^KI Is

H. Bayersdorfer A fo.. ll.P .Ar-h. Pbila.. Pa.

Y. wlon Ine.
W. AA'.

Ti:i N KS fP'ofessioni. and WardroSeA T.'una t'l.. - AA'. A\'. AA iii'bip
Winship A <..n' Ii. I :. a. N.

Sona, Y.

Tl KNsl lLI S

H. V. Br ghf. I't .p. I BMg.. Cl'veland. O.

Damon-I t ipman i

- .4 M

B". he-t, · X.Y.

.1, XV. f 'k Ir. n AA s'., 7 : Park PF. N. T

I'.'.v M's- I... I . DH lark av.- Y A C

Vi'ible ( oin St.b' t ... :.-l F llllh. I i. ve.an 1.

G. F. Sargent Co.. l-'W E. .'oith st.. N. Y., N. T. .H XX I.LKX'
Singer Bros., TiHB Br adway. Neve York.
.lOKi: BOOK AM) MI\STKi;ii .spi:-
ci xi/rii;s Dick Ebert, K1 W. l.'Oth st . New To-k.
jiXMi* sii xi)i:s Phoenix Lamp .Shade (o.. 4-7 II. JOth st., N T

pi;.xkl si ppLii s ion xx im:
XXOKKI KS N. E P'-arl Co.. 174 lyngfellow. Provb. R. I.
PLNNXNTS .XM) PILI.OXXS ·tnierban I'- nn int Co,, t; . Hanov. r 't , I'.o-t.in, \7 vvoten Mfg. Co., .74-a YVall st., Bo'lon. Mas'
I'l KPl Mi;s sV roiLliT AKTICLIiS t H. SelieU. Inc.. 76 b-i.nard st.. N. vv A'.rk.

'TnFtT WCKMAN COMPANiT"

2<5 S. Wain Street.

LOS ANGELES. CALIF. · i f r I - 4 .;ar.

SlIOXX AM) PO'sl'l K PKIN ri.PvS
XND LH'llot.i; XPHI I'vS I'. W. .A len A t o.. Al l. A r..''Vthe. .Atlanta

I KI Li LI ^ .1 J. Tliome, 616 Spr iign. .1 av.. N'ewark. X. J.
I MKKI I.LXss Fr.nkf rd M'g 1 . ".6 I I- t st . Phil.i., Pa.
'.!« 'tin I nil'. at., fit t. I'.' ..kivi, .A. .Alllcht It. 16 S II n ave . Xew Bo. lo l e, N.A'.
I NHKI XK XHI.I. ( OXIItN Hh.o <' mb A N''V. tv t . tirrv.F-. l>.

LAMPS
Artistic Met.il Prtid. Co.. Newark. N .1. Aladdin Mfg. Co., .Muncii-. Ind. C. F Ic kiia t A Co . I'.Ij Ndlionil. M I'vn .kee Lighting .\ppFaneo Co !· l»esl'rO"e- ~t.,N.Y'.t

PHOTO I.NI.Pv XX IN(; .XND II.XLI'-
'!'< )N I .S ( entriil Fneraving Co.. 127 W. 4tb. Cincinnati.
PHOTO I'KODI ( TIONS

D.illas Show Print I Behf Wiinians 1. Dallas,Tei. fie H--nn. gan Co. t .ininuali. II
jordaITjHOWTrINT'

I Niror.A's
Geo. Evans A Co J Ft2 .Y' .'.Ft St . Phi'tdeipbia. I . t hti. lint r i'". ' t .. I te ' ll ill. I'll'. . 'I he H. nd'rs. II An, « t ... k atiiaz", M eh D. Klein A Bro» . 7B.I Anh -t . I h '.i.lelphia.

C. C. McCarthy A Co.. Williamsport. I'a. IJe-nian. Union »t to., lie-., 1:11 t.reeiie. N. Y. Bonian .\rt Co., J7iil I.oc,i-t st., St. Ixii.-, .Mo.

liXXX X I Its F. L. Boyd. 17 N. Lasalle st., Chicago.

I.Il.HTIXt; PLXNTS
,1. Frankel. -j-.T N. Iji S.il'e t h;.:.i;o. HI litfe W.fl.hr Idht Co 'le-re H 'e, :e|

Waxham Light A IPat Co.. .'i.'iO W. dlld. N. T. '

M Xt.H' <.* )Ol)S

1 hicago Magic Co. 1 lit I'.arb -i .! . C'-o.

A. P. I'elsman. Wind' r Clifton Hof. Iciht y, Ch

B. L < |bi rt < o., lllil.'i >. Irving a

i : lag' .

I'elrie-I.cvv is M'g. Co.. New Haven. C nt.

MAGIC PI.XX IXG < XltDS S. S Adsni'. \«l>ii:y lark. N .1 Aladdin "^pee. Co., 102 N. Wells Ciii ago. H. C. Evans A Co , l.'tk'S W. Adams, Chiesfo.

MXII. ADDItl SS f Representation)
G. fihuniwav L'sHi N. gs Hhiladelphia, Pa.

M XK XP.or I ItlMMINt.S Amer Maial'ou t o.. ti7 ."ith .\ve.. N. X" c.ty

'Ii:i)ICIM COK S I Itl'.I.TM l.\

Be. ker Chemical Co.. 211.7 Main st., Cin't:, n

Cel 'I'on Sa Belli. Co . It'li; Central ave . C n . ti,

lie Yori Mfg Co . Is7 E. Naghten. Col imfi ;s. O.

Nil Ka Na B medy Co.. .ler-ev t ;fy.

,1.

C F (...iring. 12S N. I aS.iIle. Chicago. HI.

PHOTO I:I:PK0|)I ( TIONS XM)

Sl.lDIS Tom Phillips .tJlido Co.. 2.12 W Ontar o. Chic.igo.
PHOTOPK XPHU' POST < XKD's Naf ·ti.il Sfelio. blot^ N Spring. I>>» .(ngelea.

PItO FO(.H XPH PH PHODl ( riONS AY. b. liaibev I ..to Ce B ' Inn ,.ab Ind.

PILLOXX FOPS
.'I. It. Itr.'v fach. .711 W IP'li st.. N'e v A'ork C ty. M r .\rt to.. 116 W. IlbnoiK, (hicago. \\`. -t. r-i \'t b.a*l'.r t 1, It. tivt-r. t'..!orado.

PLXXOKOI \ D XPP XK X'H S Fvervv. ai 'Ian fa. t-ien,. c,, , Spnngli. il. Hlii.t.

POC KI 'I HOOKS POK .Mi;\
(7-in-l All-Lestberi B .'..t:l I A s. n. Si.I W'a h . B."top Masi.

POPPINf! ( ()K\ (The (·ruiii)

Br id'll.! w Co., :n .lay

N. A'. 0.

JGHN^. MORTENSON CO.

POP« OKN LOi: POPPINt; It. nnett B<uic.,rn <n , S. hi'b r, Iowa.

229 InUitute Place,

CHICAGO. ILL

Ijie aid FA grared Po,iets, 1.

Planet, Chni'iam. tint.. Can.
SI(.-KNIT-KIN<. M-XKIS |..Ill-on Aarn l · . In. . It-..|g. p..i I. I .mil.
SHiN PXIN'I'I KS' I'.Kl'sllI S D: k B... k Co. If.x t:.7 It. 1.1 l.-hif g. Il .
SH.NS. PXKXI TINl 1) CXKDKOXKD I ito Harrison to., fnion t tty. Ind.
SILX I.KXVXKi: Continental Mfg to,. :;.;s tPh ave.. V \ Kiit a .a - rbi. h. 41.7 Mirk.t st . I'tiila Ba Kindel A t.raliaii:, 7'>2-64 .Mi"ioii, ^.lll Frane '' .i
Si.11)1 s .Art Side Sl'itlio. 72 ' aga.i st I", .ff ... \ A Movie Supply Co., htl S. Waf-ash, Chicago.
SLOP M X( HINLS .Aii'orn.ifie ' i-i Mi h n  Suplily t'o., .' 42 W
t n k'ori IHv ! , I lie ago .S', king Mfg. Co . B.122 Freeman ave.. CIn'tl. .sib iit Salt's \ i-ntl f*t , 71.7 Grt * n, Phila. P.i,
SLI XI (.IX I'XXX XX' Btvb'a Br>.i A to.. 7"4 AV. M n. I ttn at le I'rein.iim .Nov. t o., Bm K|2. Prtivi.lentt-, B. |

Do M'.iil n Br- - ,( t'.. . D. j t. I't. o.-tiv le, HI G. I'-rone. 217 <.san,| -t.. Y.w A ifi. t tv. .smi' tiray, 72 ' T I It- a l-v :iv Y A I
B. W. .sto. kh T A Co.. 7''`B AA'a nut st., Phil*.

X XvsF S

Dtio Goetz. 1.1 M irraV st..

w A' rk.

X I.NDINi;' XI X( HIN I rs · s le Rro. f.i . I ..Id 21 p.'t.l,. D-iroif, M'·*' S' If S.-rvitig Fountain Coinpanv. H"itsl..n. T- v

X I N l'KILOi.)l I XL I ?(.l*i:i s i heo. Maik A r-on. 7ti2 AV Harri«'in at .4'h rago
XIOLINS

Aug Gemiiender A S'ons. 12.7 W. I.'d at.. X. X'.

X 101.IN 'I'ONL I'KODI « I K's I A J. X'irzl Bros.. .7";! ftili ave , X' w T-.rU.

XX XI I'Ll. IKONS I Wafehl'.g Cor|sii at Ion, AA'i'Iilnglon, D. !'.

XX XI I'LL XI XCHINI S
(Stig-r riff) l a hot Mfg Co.. 121: 17 Che tnut St. 1 o I* M

XX XI TLi: ox LNS Long Fakios Co., 1976 High, Springfleld. <

AVm

XV Xt.oNS Freeh A Co., Maple .-111.140, X. J.
XVX'K'III >

Ii'oii Hir- il Corp.. 2.7 '.9 Mnlib n I an... X. A' <'

XX \ll Kl'KOOl ING MXI'I.KIXL

IV/aro Yfedi. itie tX> . Des Moines. Fa. The Puritan Drug Mfg Co., Columotia. O. I he ijuaker Herli Co., fin. nia :. 'i Hr 'I'h"rn'o*r Fa'oratoiv, tartnage. rPinoS. Wn'liew Indian M-d.. II-'P N. Brig..Ion. K C Mo

mcdicim: mi x pkcmii 'i goods Entz Premium .tterviee. tjj'lO N. Oakley, Chgo.

MINDKI XDINt; \PP\K Mis  Nel-on Fnterpr;'. '. 12P7 Fa r Cohiniliii', Ol.io.

I

MIN I \'H Ki: K XILItO XDS

I cagnev B.'..s , .- (igdi-n a  .T.i'` v Cite, N J.

MlXsiMtrii PCKI.H XTIOXS Hooker How  CO'lutne Co, Haverhill, 'las-.

POP( OKN M X< HINIS

Dunbar A to., 2671 W. I.akt- 't.. f hn ago

Ho mil A Il k.. M g. Co., HDt Fan Bitten St ,

I ..b.inap..':' I-i.l

Kingery Mfg Co., t20 IT. Pearl, t'lneinnatt. O.

I ' fig I'ak I s t o . IIiTt; High "f . Springtield. O.

.Nific.al Beeib" .s'ab s t o.. D. s M.ilri.- . la.
Nfir'h .' `It- Co.. FPiO Fiflh ave.. D'-h Moinps. la I '-ft M t, ee 1 .. 2 B. - . I -! .1 - ' I'i. Ta s.t Mfg. Co.. 1`2I.{ 17 fhestn ,t. St. Lo la. Mo.

POPtOKN sPMIXI.'lls AM IP'.

Wr'.h! I'   n Co., 2.'.7 IPh

. T*rn I'lHti isC'i.

POKI XKI.i: ILli I KH' L!;iT! K

SNOXV MXrillM.S Cr.vst,il Creamed let- .Ataeh. Co., 42'<'I34 E.
Second at., Cincinnati, (».

SOXPS I'OK ..LDK ini: XII'\

Ctiliiiiiltia I.alM-rHtitrb.s, ts f..! Hgis., lis.eiklyii. In-I aiiN|i> i- -- -,i I o , In-H inai'i.: . I-

Geo, .A Sehmiilt Co.. 2.16 W. N<trth ave.. fhl.

SPXNl.I.l s XN 1) I'KIAI AMNt.s

.Ar'hnr B. Alhert 1 Co. 7 F It .11. Bs'kl.vii. \ Y.

J. Baum, .727 8euth at., Philailelphia. I'a. thi.a-o I .1 I .ite AV.. . 1 ·, \ l i.t-k in. Cl,i.

S'I'XGi: CLOG SHOPS

Chb.'igtt

!iiiii. AVI. I b;

Its.'"' ( ||.

AA'alt rpr.stliiig ('o., la-wlalown. III.

XX D.s

.A. M B.II'I h A Co . 22K .'s'. I1th«t . I'hllad. Iphli I hi. .ig.i I . tnine AA'ks., III! Y I 1 anklin.i h - ag 

A ' V. Milk . i;t.2 sill BV" . at IJ.I st Y A I' AA' ' '.. f .'III :t'is, 6 AA' 1: · |.'i It' t  G Hhindhelin A Son. 04 W. (''th. N. Y C tv Zb iil' r B.ro- . Iiii . II.'! AA' 4sili st., Y A" C

XX I LI) XX I S |'s XDDLI ^s. CH Xl"<. ID.

A -iI h St... k Sail.Be (.1.. 2 17 Market. Sso

I ·.

l a <·

XXIHL, IXOHX XND INGHXXID

.11 XX I LUX' Si I'l'l II s

.XIIMs I op Xl VDING MXt IIIM S

Kadio 'I'nt ('

tt."2 t'*.ntrel ave.. f'-n*ti. tt. lle. tti.

sh;\s

Ibtoki-r llovve Co'liime Co.. Ha'erhill, Mta*

I.,.nt.,| fr, . .-,b7 W ..d. N T C.

ST x<;i: .11 ;x\ I i.hx

.Amir.'iii l.w.lrv Mig . to.. 27 AA a r. 11. .Y A' 1 XX I hi; XXOKKI KV SI I'l'Ll I "

I .X|f)VI\4. PP 'FI Itr M\< MINI ^ \XD J'OKT.XHLi: SKX'FIN). P.INKs r\. Arthur B. Ml.ertla (At . 7 F' It. n It-'klvn N A' .1 . rg* ns .bwi-Itv fo., 2.'1.7 F.Mv I't-.videnie It I

\i 4'I wsfilMl s

di;k cxnx xs

srxt.i; 11 XHDxx xKi:

.\ X liOI'IION I s. XIXKIXIKXS, KI LI "

I. . W A water. 111 We-I t.M si N V Movie Supply Co.. .s4t So. Wabash, ChPago.

Tramill I'yrlabli- Skating Bink Co.. 18lh and .lantea H I'liaiinttn Mfg. t'o. 22.:-2.'l.'l AA'. Erie

XND NOX I l.'l II S

( ollege avi-.. Kinsaa City, Mo.

Hi., t'hnagit. Illiiiola.

R. R. Street, 29 Brook at . Hartford. Cona

JULY 5, 1924

Xlie Billboard

57

at liberty!
-AND-
WANT SITUATION advertisements

Absolutely First-Class Violin

4 4 T. *j|(| *r

'lO'dition for c«iniiosr

y»'arN'

iu b^'st vaudeville

iin<i jHt'fur**

.11. m:irrie<l. union.

For full fh tiiilH a.ldr*

VIOLIN LEABERp

G«.ll

Kud^uh Fity, Mi'**4»url.

A Market Place for Buyer and Seller, and Want Ad Department Alto Sax.--First Class. Read.

AT LIBERTY
agents and managers

FORMS CLOSE THURSDAY 5 P. M.

Legitimate. Young. Wire SAX.. Western Tniiin, I)>-.:itur. Illiiiui*.

·t, VkORD. CASH (FIrit Lln» L»ri« Bli'k Tvp») », wnRt>. CASH (Firit Lin* md N«mi> Bli-k TyD»> (. WORD. CASH (Small Typt) (Np Ad Lpst Thin 25p)
Fipurp >1 On« R»*P 0"ly--S*« Npip Below.

Theatre Owner--If in Need of

» 'i.. M^iiinyM-r or OiuT.it.ir I kfhw tli**

C.W

BOX 52. TV t.iliiii: Cn'f. W. Va.

IXPTRIENCED AGENT OR MANAGER.

FOR THE FOLLOWING WEEK'S ISSUE.
RATES PER WORD
SET IN 5-PT. TYPE WITHOUT DISPLAY. NO CUTS. NO BORDERS. WE 00 NOT PLACE CHARGES FOR ADS IN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS UPON OUR BOOKS.
BILLS RENDERLD.

Alto Saxophone, Double Violin.
Read, tran-iMiNe, memorize, imirovlse, aober and union. Ii.iiee or liMtt-i. State rour heat and full iiartii iilar*. MUSICIAN. 320' ('lemptia NO ·Ave . We-t I'alm I5ea. li. Fli.rula.

CASH MUST ACCOVIPAMY THE COPY.
NO AO ACCEPTED FOR LESS THAN 25 CENTS.
COUNT EVERY WORD AND COMBINED INITIALS, ALSO NUMBERS IN COPY, AND FIGURE COST AT ONE RATE ONLY.

Alto Saxophone--Experienced
theatre or danee. I'.t-ad the s|iot* Unuhin legitimate CIar.net. .State aala-r. MUSICIAN. Jefferson IlMtel. Mexiio. Mi-uuiri.

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LER. '·"! I·'vni!l^

Ja<U'i>n. .^lic:..i;aD

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I'lnelnuiti.

AT LIBERTY
BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS
Ip WORD, CASH (Firit Linp larpp Pti k Typil }t WORD. CASH (Fir«t Linp ind Ninip Bli-k Typrl It WORD. CASH (Small Type) (Np Ad Lpat Than 25tl
Fiturp ll On* Halp Only--Stp Ntti Below.

First Linp Attraetivn

in Small Fir^tLine

Type

Ad

Per Ward. Per Ward.

Acts. Sanaa and Partdiea

4e

6e

Aornta and 'oliritera Wanttil

5e

7c

ApimaK, Rirdy and Pels

4e

Se

Attiactiany Wanted

5e-

7e

Btcka.

4e^

Ke

Beardinq Htutea (Theatrnal Bminna Oppartumtiea

.3t-

55-'

4irr

«I5<b

Cartaana .

.

3e

5c

Canei'siena Wanted. 5c

7ec

Ca«tumei .. ..

3oa

S5e

Ex hanga er Snap ....

3ya

5cr

Far Rent cr Leaie Praprrt/

5ec

7c

Far Sala Ada (Ne« Gtidi.

5e

7e

Far Sala (Second-Hand).

4i-'

Sffe

Farmulaa

.

4o0

Sc

Fumiihcd Rtama .

le

3ec

Htfela (Theatrifpl) .

33»-

5cr

Help Wanted .

4'n9

Rr

Help Wantfd--Mu«ieinna . .

te

S6et

Im'ructiona and Plana ....

4c

S6e

First Linp Allraetive

in Small FiratLinp

Tyne.

Ad.

Per Word. Per Word.

Infarmatian Wanted ..

3n

5e

Mjpical Apparatuy .

Miyfrllaneaua for Sale

Muuasii-'al Instrumentas (SScf and-

Hand)

. .

le

6e

Partrn.er*a Wanted far Alt*a (Np

Ineveastment) . . 3«

V

Perianal . .

in

6#*

Privyilerpge*a foar S Sa a le le . . 4e

So

Scthipaa«ts (Dramatic., AMlusical and

Dancing) . .. . 2o

4*

Shoaw Praperrty f*ar Sain . _ 4<1

Soang*a far Sale . . . 3e

5e

Theatery* f*ar Sal*a ....

Se

7c

Thhrrnstlrnical Printing . . 4c

·c

Typewriter*a . .

3t

5c

Wanted Partner (Capital invest-

ment) . . 4c

*c

Wanted To* Buy . . 3a

Sc

Cina's Band--Featuring Frank

MOVING PICTURE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES. Fir«t Line Attraetiye

First Line Attractive

rp'ij,

hr Sonia Knrr and Asno* I

IT- n a eielo of noni' pikI o I'n'tor dan'|

s r d.i'd P'll niiMl.rn -.i no ·, ptiol mu-io. .\v:i.lf f r w for ro-..'t«. t.i olovll'o. iiarlc*, h(»-

Calcium Lioelhitt Films f(or S.ile

in Small FiratLinp

Type.

Ad.

Per Word. Per Word.

. Se

7e

(Second-Hand).. 5c

7e

·. - o'. N"t h" I ..in fift'· II lo i.p'o, I'l-mi i- Films for Sale (New) . 6e

9e

In Small First Line

Type.

Ad.

Ptr Ward. Per Word.

Maving Picture AecesKrita far

Sale (Second-Hand) .. ... 5e

7e

Theaters lor S Sa a le le . . 5«

7p

I t .1 |.lre-«. PROE. AT.BLRT T. CINA. <ar. Far Rent. Lenin ar Sale Prop-

Wanted Te Buy . 3a

Se

I'. . ! 1. ( n. Miu.il . (· ·

jul.i 12 erty . 5c

7e

Alto Saxophonist--Good Read¬
er. Age 21 DmiiI.Ii* some Tromhone. Dane# and Taiideville exi»-r i-iii'.-. ('MUs.d.-r anything. NORMAN WOOD. S22 N'erih D.-arl'Orn St., Clilcago. Illinois. l"iMiie. su.-i.rior 2.'>;t8.

A-1 Dance Tenor Banjoist--

Open for steady summer or p.-rmanent en¬

gagement July 3. Mu-' he hot eomhination.

Can read or fake, ..I je r-ouHlitr ami relia-

hle. .Age 22. T.. -t of r.-f.-r. ... and <ina!lfi a

t on*. AVERY MACKLEM. ITuO Atkins.m Are..

l).tr-it. Mieliigan.

x

A-1 Drummer--Young, New

outfit. Bells and XTioiihone artl-t. W.Iling

to liia.v with hot-I or ... orehe-tra. I'refer*

H thtafre in -oiiie town in flie Fa-t. I'nion.

LEMIL OWENS 111 I'a-t Ju'-oh St., I-oiiis-

Tille Kentui k.v.

July 12

A-1 Violin - Leader Desires
change of iKisition. Cue pi.-ture* perfeetiy. ·Al-o experienced Taudeville. el'- lio.wl library. Two weeks' notice re>inir.il. C-BOX 266, car# Billboard, Cincinnati, tih.o.

Dixie Carrcli's Country Club

('-.Tieplrp l..i« To fi -I t'vn wo. La op« a la .K .! ,-t Iifr-.m. . .ll ..11--|·.anl, V ;a. lf;»njo.

lo .iii«. I', -o .\"|>iion'· No lo '. I'niuO.

T 'I'l .i-.'l - iiiiiin : il'i ". If ' .'1 wnut in <' e-f i w.'h ll'. ?...uion.il 1 araoterislles

w '·> C. W. FREEMAN, S.no-maker UuildiDif

(.-reDahur.:, r» nii-.i 1* jn.a.

lal.rlk'

If You Want a Decent Orches¬
tra f T yo'ir H-1-| or R. - .rt tht* nummer. o>I » PUP of (Jiu-.I.T, wr.te or wire to '·Tio' 1: P'll Wiener Mu« e an Soo'et.v." K. E. lUCHTER, 3.'J Eaet l*"ih ?t.. New York (' tr
Ju.vl.*

Peppy Girl Dance Orchestra--
Now booklntr piiminor nea-on. Permanent or t .f.np A.hire a ORCHESTRA. 7o iloore St., W'iatkriip, Mansachuaetti.

AT LIBERTY FOR

CIRCUS AND CARNIVAL

!· WORD. CASH (firtt Lin* Larq* Bl^ k T»De1

WORD. CAvh

Lin* ··td N*ii»* R|*r4 Typ*>

It >AinRr». C/SH (Snwili Tvm>

Ad Lftt Tha%25«)

F lur* at On* Rat* Oniy«^s«* Not* B*i*«r.

At Liberty for Circus or Carui-

-sl--VVlId Writ. ron«l«Hne of font

nnil

f r h.n.i of »fo, k. J. rORMAJf. i.r. WPedetwl, Now York.

n.ml D.-

Darnell and Little Erma Offer

(·ir rrnl Clrcno .Acta--Tiehtwlre, Swinp'ntr

t " Id-r. Miouliler IVrrh I nihli-r anil n .i u sou

- ' lull Flying Rotiirn .Ai t. A ni-w fistt-.n' In

fr ' It i ts nt IIN-rty af*. r .tnlv 13. CHESTER

C STOUGH. i;t20 Zolliir* .Arn., Ft. Wnvv..-,

I'lat.i

·

JulTl2

AT IIBERTV--TWO PEOPtE. TWO PONTES

n"n'i,. ,.;,i| nnili-,

n l-; pi-k out

I -ivn r`-l iia iii-mkiT n t; rojH* spiniilni-

isr.': 'n.|iii-iii; Janunr, p.t. ··)( Y'onr llhu-l

" !.«

Wr to SHOWMAN. GIO North AAV-t

b t.. I Xi'ti .1, Olilo.

JOMn KLUVP y.';..j-ilst, nucii-lan a- t ti wi-'iv ' » · t ·. opi II ' r Imrlr-jiif. <-it !.«. · -

'*

'll., me "v .loin I . ,r

p'll ll p<-if, .'ii,r

no o-'r

I .\J mt J '?!)

A i. rr S- , Ptiuailclpi.u. Fr;; .yfiiuis

Jul)12

AT LIBERTY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES. OPEN ONLY TO PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE.

Per Ward. I

Per Word.

At Liberty (Set in Small Type) . lo

At Liberty (First Line in Lirge Type).... 3e

At Libeity (Display First Line and Name

Count all wards in copy at abevp ratt.

in Black Type) . 2e '

Advertisements sent by telegraph will not be inserted unless money is wired
With copy. Mail addressed to initials care General Delivery will not be delivered. We resnve the riifht to reject any mivertlsenient and revise copy. "Till for¬ bid" orders are Nviiliout time limit and ^ubject to change in rate without notice.

THE BILLBOARD PUB. CO., 25-27 Opera Place, Box 872, Cincinnati, Ohio.

A-1 Violin Leader or Sideman.

Good schooling and library.

F xperlenc-ed

pictures. vandeT.lIe, road sl.ow- D.-sire* firit-

c'ass je-rmanent engagement, not less ti,pn *iv

p ec *. I'nion. ELDON MOORE, .South Eng¬

lish. Iowa.

juirlJ

A-1 Violinist and Conductor

AT LIBERTY
DRAMATIC ARTISTS
3e WORD. CASH (First Line Large Black Type) 2p WORD. CASH (First Lira and Name Black Type) le WORD. CASH (Sm.UITypa) (NpAd Uu Than 2$e)
Figure at Onp Rate Onl)r--S«p Net# Below.

AT LIBERTY -- YOUNG WOMAN PLAYS pitk. · i Lar.i.ti r or I-aila: two .Tear*' exiHTl-
en.-i-; would pr. ffr .«to. W. .A lilre** BOX-C 433. lare The 11 illHtard. L'liu-inuAti. ()hio.

I AM DESIROUS of lelnlri Tr'iyP, Ttrami'lr Sfo.-k

«·..lnpl!.v v: = -r 1 u 1 rfcrite p-.'lcr tra nine to

ld.:,ii nij I. f'.. Ill 1-

i-i.t*. .Am Iila'jt

h3.1ilr.ye!a r,ir

of are. rj.a,

117 fair

Itx . c.rii-

r'eyien. Iljie been ..t'lec ilui .im.i ."tr prrf.irmfr f-r

-r jrara ainl ha»e aiut rj the tr 'iiloue of ai'i iff

1 r xt.rta Oa-oia: . )Uif no r ' -ite wsnlri' ie. It pff 'V ct a' ! T .in.l Mill : r to l>r ai'. a-^rt

ro a'lv dirn-ior who will nre mr i!;e etiaii.e Mill .-y ari-wlirr,' proTlJcct rry f ire I. a hir `ed. V >r i-(.er In'arnaMon ami pb ' > w te Jt'A'HXH.E", ea-*

1) ..ixiar.l. Lui .\n.-rle«, (.'alir..fi.ia.

julyj

AT LIBERTY
MAGICIANS
.Ap WORD. CASH (First Linp Large Black Type) te WORD. CASH (First Lina and Name Black Type) le WORD. CASH (Sm.ill Type) (No Ad Leu Than 23e)
Figure nt Onp Rate Only--Sep Notp Below.

Vaudeville Magic Act Wants
Hr.is.m iMi.ikiiii: ..n I'ln nlt LEE SANG COM¬ PANY'. ( ..Iir ILi|. N. l .wu.
AT LIBERTY
MISCELLANEOUS

wishes to make a change, arailable next

sea-on or soon-r; would like to connect with

AT LIBERTY
M. P. OPERATORS

first class picture hou.se where a large o chestra is employe.!; have extensive I b-ary ability; long experience; giiarantc- my w.irk best of reference; etc. Tosifion must be pernu.

Sp word, cash (Firit Line Large Blprk Type) nent. I a'wa.vs make tlie orchestra one of t' te WORD. CASH (First Linp prd Name Blirk Type) be t att actions on tl.e program. duly first la WORD. CASH (SmillType) (NpAd Leu Than 2Se) class propi.sition cons der.-d. -Add esa CON

Figure at One Rata Only--Sap Notp Bplew.

DUCTOR. 42:58 Van Dyhc .st., Detro.t, Michi

gan.

July 12

At Liberty--M. P. Camera¬

man. I have ri'oentlT graduated frnm M. P. A-1 Violinist Leader--Union;

T'hot.igraii' V s.'hcHil. Single. W.ll go anywhere. C. H. BURGOON. .327 K. oTth Kt.. Chiiago _JulyS

Desires change. Have large library and cn# pictures pro[H-rl.v. Eilt'-en years' e.\perience in laudeville. Prefer vaudeviMe. .'Sol'er and relit-

hle. First cl:is< h'Uis,- |>ref> rn-d Lender five
Operator at Liberty -- Non¬ Tear* at present t .c.itro. LEADER, lii26 So. i'lb. St. Joseph. Mi souri. union. An.v eciiiipment. Tower'* preferred;

A-1 Violinist--Photoplay Lead¬ hi't guaranteed; vrill fielp with advert wing, do
. iiiltor work. ete. Wife pfani.t, .Midd'e West

jireferred.

Address, oare ] FtO

N. K . Watertiiwu. Sontb Ilakotu.

First

.Ave . j<ily3

er. Experienced, fine ton--, cue p  turcs. fine lihrar.v. large or sma I on i.e-tra VIOLINIST.

21i! E.i-f Jackson. .>!· xico. M.'scurl.
Projectionist -- Eight Years'

- ejiveriem e niovte and vaudevillp hou«e. .Age A-1 Violinist--Want To Hear

married, ate.nljr. repair own mai-him-a. Ref.

e'eni'e At liiwi-t.v July 1. Addre*. 133 W. 7t'i

M.. Teru, Indiana.

ju\vl2

from rellahle dance or.-lic-tra. I.eng exocrlen- cil. young, '.ug c. n- at and union. Will go nnvwhere. Wrt.- or w.re vuir he-t. P, H.

JOHNSON. li.t; .McKee ."1 . T.alavia. 111.

AT LraERTY--FIBSTCLASS PRO.TECTION-

At Liberty--A-1 Alto Saxo¬ l*t F ve year*' eiperience on Simples iin-l
Tiiw.-r'* iirojeetor*. (So anywhere. Terman-nt

pe- tion i>-eferred. Write; OPERATOR. B 'V phonist. do'ilding ot'.cr Saxe* and Cornet.

12:!3, Mindletewn, Connectiint.

Ju'.v-'> Young, neat aiijieariiig

Tiioroughly experi¬

enced in eoncert or d.incc Read at s.ght.

PROJECTIONIST DESIRES PERMANENT PO-itlon. -An.v euuil'ment. Sreeen re-ulls giiiir-

Cnlon. Mu't g.ve two weeks' notice. C-BOX 434. care BilllHiaril. Cincinnati.

Write

niiieeil. Sal.iry seeondary eonditinn i-o any-
wV-Te. Marr-il man. .\-1 refen-nees. .Ait- 2\t Liberty -- A-1 EB Sousa-
dre>» W. B. HERRICK, F.wlng, .Missouri. phone for dan- e orchestra. F ve years' dance

exi'er.ciK'c. Young; go...! appciirame; can cut A MOTION PICTURE OPERATOR. p<vi,e*,irg un- the -tuff. Must lie -.aily engagement with

u-iiil ahllltv. Is In a pi'shlnn to ao-ept nijst any orchestra alreadv orgiir. red. Wire or wite.

preptisltlen efTereil. I. EOM'.ARD ItOl i If, Jer-ey- C W. W'HITMYER. Am. r . an Leg.on. Canton,

i.ilr, Illinois.

Ohio.

AT LIBERTY
COLORED PERFORMERS
Ip WORD. CASH (Flrat Lina Large Bls(k Type) *· WORD. TASH (FIrpt Line and Name Blark Type) !· WORD, CASH (Smxll TypPi (Np Ad U«» Than 25o)

3t WORD. CASH (First Linp Isigp Black Type)
2c WORD. CASH (First Lins and Nam, BIP* Type) ll WORD, CASH (Small Type) (Na Ad LpU Thin 23p)
Figure al Onp Rata Only--Sea Notp Below.

FULLY QUALIFIED PROJECTIONIST at liiert.r.
c'tatSi Xr!"dWmUhle; e anvehtre. .- a e >alaty. ooniilllens, IhkXIi. c .. I'lli'in TlOXISf. b'lluA E. CollesP -Are.. St. IdHiis. M --uil.

At Liberty--A-1 Organist. Ex¬
cellent library. Cues the p  turea pcrfwtly. Tiioroughly understands :ill make- of -truig t
pijie organ Tni'u. LADY ORGANIST, 12tl2
East Itciiton -Are . A'i-.a. l -wa.

Fipurp at One Rata Only--Sap Note Below
Carr's Singing Saxophone Or-
· ftp SoTon Oolorod rnfcrtnlncrs. King' llnll IliMim. Mii-lr fiiriil-liril f.ir nM
...11. M,.,,,l...t. A F Ilf M M lll«'il>-

--El,ooccuut.t.iioonni.sist.-- t-DDTNeessii·re RTV e1li- ab4-1le

lmunnagi

I line.' nn oewn n r> -· itpat'niin*« and oewini

· iinn . f - 111111 !. M iiiiffii>>ttnnii:i' Mil w yvrrtt.i- or llaah

MRS. .TOSrrHtNF E. GALVAN. 220 U TTiii

S.I . IL K ay li. ii. h, Ni w Y..rk.

jiilyl2

MOTION 1.»

PvICu TeURESi,OvPnERyAeaTrsO*R

wart* p»ca
expenen.*

wiyithpo*ali-l

p<rir,·inputs. ( an si'( remimmendation. .MarrirJ. (.a

a.iinhere Sts * salary. Write or wire. OrE3t.AT4'I{.

S; *.1 Tlicatrr. I'Irrks. .Ark*ii.-.as.

julyJx

AT LIBERTY

At' Liberty--A-1 Clarinetist
and Saxophon.st in .·ll lines. Theatre or hotel Work preferred .\l-o Band D.rector with 11iirary. .V small town preferred. C-BOX 426, care BilllHtard. Ciniinuali. Ohio.

; ·  I't 1. tli ' r. nhtn

F. C. CARR. 12111 11 1'.-.. Sn' ^ Y'OUNG LADY WISHES TO JOIN AT ONCfE Amer'iiiii · iriiii.il nr ag*nt* in Old MexiOM

MUSICIANS
3p word, cash (First Linp Large Black Type)

At Liberty--Drummer. Tym-

Hilario Harris and His Sym- ,,uli

\II mIImt- save -tamin

Fxperleneeil 2a WORD. CASH (First Lina and Name Bliik Typp)

pani, Xyioplionc. I..H-ation prcTerred. bnt

il.iii' I'r .iii'l ·iiiit'**---(·III yviir..i'r, LILLIAN CODY. lo WORD. CASH (Small Typp) (Np Ad Uu Than 29e) troupe if nisessary. .A E. of M. Age 23.

" t" Si iiropuiiir. 'Pt IiIht'v foi .iiiiimi '-

· ll.-....

,

llut'.ti.sl nii|..r.i.|iii'iit'

TOHN

r M CartHY. Mir.. -JM )· Fx.l.aiisi- n'

I.. Iieriil 111 »ei.\. fair MFN

llrmvim ille. lexa*.
AA-rh-om, I ' filr*. AA'cIi-omf aaceyj

Figure at One Rita Only--Sap NPtP Balpw
A-1 Flutist, Doubliug Alto Sax.

Exi'erleneed in all line*. DON H. MILLEX, (ieneral Delivery. I'.owiiiig Green, Kentucky.
----TT^-

I I. 1.1' i-

;.'`'wr..ri'I road Age 'js. 1 At Liberty--A-1 Trumpct. Ex- I'c ie--l.'U mrii. picas, netr
,1 tnr isT'ori-lilr. AA'iPe T.

Thcatc. resort

Write or

AT iiPrRTV--Ro. (oirii'- a i>.i · aa-.'-. .f --vn.

\. T.K.-hutih. IVuiisylvai i.,.

le SAX.. AA'estern Cuiuu, Decatur. Illinois.

p.Tleni-ed in all lines. Tnion. TOMMY

. ^

llli l-.llilr ilSMie iioi.ii

s

I P I- ..1

MANN. 1202 East Benton, .vibia. Iowa.

,

'`t

-i-it,. .(at.-e lipils .O'.I . -s-rts. rt 

.. Aleiiilcr- A I' ·( A) AVree NOTF--rpi.'st All Wsr#, kisa (Waibiaprt Isltlala as# Nuaibara Is C#««. Flapra TafPl at Oaa Rake Qaly.

T l( AVDUM'II. -.'.I Apt. . ihlesfo. Illlnids.

So

Isa Sale lidyl*

IN ANSWERING CLASSIFIED ADS, PLEASE MENTION THE BILLBOARD.

(Coitiiieil M Ptge 58)

J

58

Xtie Billboard

JULY 5, 1924

At Liberty -- A-1 Violinist.

T.i*ad«*r and

il i.»l. lUi Soprann S«\o-

piioui*.

1 1*111^1. «lt>ub)inir r.unj'i Kx

pi}i\» rK in ^.v rnpliMTiu* and

m.i-

wif. ( an furnish on-hv'tra if

CAMPOS,

Frauklin, I)i*uvfr. (!olnrad»».

Hot Dance Drummer at Lib-

 -ly fur pnk <*r r-s-rt. .lu^t

witli

Ml -tlfYi!:** h.tinl. r»*rf»*i*l diiti'»· riiyt m.

p* p iiml iM rs«*ua. tv. rrii«>n. Tii\»*lo

\v- to iM Win* LEO HOKE, cart* (fOiuTal !)·-

i MTv. Jliml

Indiana

AT LIBERTY -- COMPETENT DRUMMER.

Dnuii'',

\.>

a: d tymp.m

l x

11. r ... in nil Ii'i.--. Tln al. r - r ...ina-rt w.irW , ri'for-od. Will i.'. ato  . rniaiii id ly nr Ira · !

DRUMMER. lUia .M nilKoniory .\vo . Ev anston.

Ciiu iiinati. DPiu.

AT LIBERTY
PARKS AND FAIRS
T* WORD. CASH iFirtI Lina Large Bla'k Tyga) 2a WORD. CASH (Fir»t Lina and Nnme Ria k Tyoat le WORD. CASH (Sm.vll Typa) (No Ad Lew Than 2}e)
Figure at Ona Rata Only--See Note Below.

\ At

Liberty -- A-1

Violinist-

Hot

Pianist

and

Drummer-- Balloon Ascensions Furnished AT LIBERTY--LADY TRAP DRUMMER. EXporioncod all l.nra; p av In-.: . \\l .pliono and tvinpani I'rt'D'f looiit nn. Fnion .tddro-s

la-ador. Wifo pianist. I>ir(ic lihraiy and

Now u t!: ri'i 'ijriliZi'd I1-. Ill-tr.i; ilciirr (·l)!Uii:i'. DRUMMER, a.'.s Elm St, Cardm'r. .M i- .i

for rarka. lair- and celebrationn. with lady

cvii. rioiuod n tand. villo and pn 'nros as 1. .hm

'o with ori li..-tra; oja-n in .\ni: :at or Si ptonilior

·1. Writf BOX 325. E.iiii a'ti r. Wis.

jiilyo

Fully l·\ 1 riciici'il in nil ilain-i- work. Ilol li ···I'l (.iko Hill roiiri.-inm- iniits for all lii-lrH-

ITO iil'. F .1 Idio i. ry

trap'! ai'il li ' i

play M ry I i*' -t -fif; ^ ..iiii_- ii.- at ap-i iir n-'

ii'-t warili

ill linlitiK tox'ilo, etc. Wo

fllllsi tts.

_ jo .'o

AT LIBERTY--TENOR BAV'OIST. EXPERI.·Ii.o.l; loal; iini"ii i l.iv.d.i; s.m:'.'. at'o ·J.'l

iir gpiiHemiin aernnauia Fur term, and op.-o

I me. PROE', J, A. PARK. Newcomerutown.

"i do.

Julylll

At Liberty--Clarinet for B. & Darnell and Little Erma, Nine- l» VEECH, L'I'.i S. Ii  .\v. I/iii

. Kv

ai.'aii'io -at 'fai.t ii. >  k f Ir". 'I'l S'litai'o.

I'liioii \o fl at r'. Can out till- stud; hi ati.V'v'.oro. .tP r. idiis Two yiai> wTli i"i'- o.iij-alood and aii't'ot..!. To kit if lar \\ to

l ilt or:;aii,/.at loll. W ill imt split. ^ oii iiitist or wiiio. BOB SANDERS. N'lt So. .'ith .'t..

Vear old iineiii of Tlglitwlrc. CHESTER

At Liberty--Diplomated Union I'o .11 liiiiil and III' ali'ointi y ri'lialde. -.irii  '.tiH t afir two wioks. If lan't pay .'t.'iti. or

Eilinuliam, Illinois.

-!!`i with all. la.\ oif. as wo niako tint now

STOUGH. I.!2'l Zollar. .\ve.. Ft. Wayne. Ind

_

InlylJ

' Hand .MM>tor. Cornot t. KtMwlidui* of injstbitioii and pi.iii**. lit »,r* .. ^ 'itution. Ava.i-
il»h* at Mile I* Writ*- or h .: ' . PROF. T BUCCI. ivksbur?. Miss

At Liberty -- Drummer With
* Hells. Ixiati- or travel. Tlo-atre or danee, Band and oreln str.i F. L. ALLEN. d77 I'r.-. pei t Street, Fall Kivi r. .Ma>'ai'..ns. tt-. july.'i

At Liberty -- E Flat Tuba.

Would like to join at once. H. C. SNAVEI.Y.

Clearwater. K.iiisas.

jnlj-'

At Liberty--Trumpet. Experi-
eneed. Will eonslder mnsie as a side line. C-BOX 431. HilHioaril, ('iiieinnnti. oi.i i.

aid aro worlli it. .Mi.-t iiivo two wooks' notioo

liiTo. Can t' oxoo'li'iit r' fori nycs. Stato all

in fir t Writo or av

rii-liiri i! if atm want

tlimi. CTfAS. fBOOTS) BOTHE, SiC I'nd St.,

Fort Mad -on. low.i.

Hot Trumpet--Read, Fake, Ho¬
kum tue 21. I'l oin. tUMiIo. Write or w.re GEORGE B. MOUNTS. H iekeye Lake, <>.

Oboe at Liberty July 1--Ex-
iieriein-i d .iiid l uriini tent. On this joh ninety wei ks. li e -., u" ti2 into Vaudeville eause of til: lid. Itoi.ii'e iiiiinpei. on wliieh experieiieed  n .1:1 lines. E. C. WAHRMUND. Melba Thea¬ tre, Da.las. Te.xis.

Oi'i^anist--Desires Connection
with first-ela-s pietnre house. Good orasn iss.-ntial, ITi;. M .tvailal'le .\ncust l.'i. .\d

BB SOUSAPHONE WILL GIVE ONE MONTH'S .irvi.os for o\|nr:i 11. o wiili . ...

staL'o or. Iiostr I. C BOX 196, Btlll>uard, <(p' ra

I'liiio, Ciiiciiiuatl, tiliio.

Jii ylll

CELLIST, DOUBLES SAXOPHONE AND elarlnet; open lor ips'd ore e'trit or van.l--
villo enitaiiement. H' W. 21th SI.. >iw Vtirk
( Ity.

CLARINETIST AT LIBERTY JULY 1 ON AC«'onnt elosincr of season. I'vih rieneeil hau l,
v-iiideville .and pietnres. EARLE CHRISTOPIF I'nrkwajr Theatre. Mailison, W .s.ons.n. Jul.'-I

COMPETENT VIOLINIST LEADER OR SIDE

man and first-class pianist, d.-ire perma¬

nent theatre enKaeeinent; nnion: "nod library;

exiH-rieneed in all lines. LOCATION, 11:11-

li'.ard. New York.

jal.'-"'

Balloon Ascensions Furnished
fur pnrku, f.ilrs, celetiralloni!. .le, (2) twa i-piiiaebnie blip- at e.i h ii-iieii-bin. Snli«facl.iiii g'l.iranti I d 'I'erni-- r. a^oiuib'e. Ueference :iii I buiiil' f'lr .·i'>iie!ii:i'i. .- fnrn:>li<'d <in r>-1,111-1. DAREDEVIL REYNOLDS, Box 22fl,

Darnell and Little Erma at

Illiirly after .Inly 1">. I'ri-entlnir four real
.1 Is. T u it wire, wiiiititiif ladder, s'onlder

pi-r. li ladder and a h 2 sensational flying re-

larii a t. CHESTFR C. STOUGH. rM Zollari

A'l' , I'f.

]:.«lai::i

Julyl2

Groth Bros. Co. -- Two Big
gitaninti'.'d r:..- \it.. Breakaway, K"vid- ing l.ud II ' and Tripie Trapexc. Nnw book¬ ing patks, fa'.r- .ind eeli hratioue. Charter Oak,

At Liberty, Two French Horns.
, Experleneed in eom-ert bands and pictures, C-BOX 435, care Hill'o<iard, t ineinnatl.

At Liberty -- Violin Leader.

Wants to locate in small-t'iivn patnre tliea-

tre. Wif<*. piaiii-t. .1" lit or .sinple. Twi-lv

Tears' experiiiiii

tl.iod li'iraiy. Cue e.ir-

-ei'tly. VIOLINIST, IPtrtt Kentnik.v St , l.nw-

renee, Kansas.

x

dress C-BCX 4i9, eare Hillbourd, Clneiiinatl. Ohio._jn IV1 it
Organist--Open for Immediate
ensaaeniiiit, Experleneed in picture work; lark'e iiliMirv; he t references ttiarkeil; nnion;
· ::i'ile. ORGANIST, !·. O. Box 477, I'ortsuienth, Viruiuia.
Organist--Thoroughly Experi¬
enced in theatre work. Play any make. I.arce librrirr. reliable, union. E. H. GORDON,

CORNETIST--CAN BE ENGAGED. RELIABLE inuslelau. I.oint i xpi rli-nee. E. WINTERS,
.-.07 K St., Nortl.east, Wasliinfrt 'h. D. C.

ORCHESTRA LEADER . VIOLINIST--PHOTOplay; wi-lies -leady emratfeinent; be-t of
references; tan furnish o-.-l.e-tra; have liiir.iry;
union. Write MR. V. LUIGCI, OOI* Eili;eeomli riaee. Chieago, Illinois.

VIOLINIST--UNION; TEN YEARS' OPERA

and symphony; wishes positiun as a eoni ert

master, theatre pliofoplay.

Write

MR.

Little Erma Does a Swinging

Ladder .V t t .it ii'tu her In a clan* bv

iierM-If. CHESTER STOUGH. ir,2it Z.dlurs .We.,

Ft. W.iyiip. Inl..in.i.

JnlyI2x

Parachute Jumper and Wing

Wilker want, rwi.itlnn with aviator or flying

. r n. C.in give referenet«. JACK O. BRAD¬

LEY. B x 111. Ma>on f ly. Inwa.

JnlyS

At Liberty--Violinist, Leader jriis Glenmawr Ave. Columbus, Ohio.

July.'' rOLKENS, 41tI W ahan'ia .\ve., Ch .-apo. III. Presler, America's Superman;

or Side, double Trumpet Account theatre ·losinp. .\pe .'{2. nu. in, eomnlete litnary. Caa furnish Pianist jf de-ired. Pietnres or vaude1 Tills preferred. Add-e-s CHRIS. ROED, 72« .N. Lineoln Ave., Ili'linps, Nebraska.
At Liberty for Orchestras,

New and Used Musical Instruments

king of all -trniig men. A feature free *t-

·ri.t n Now limiklng for f.fr*. parka and  I lehraiionH. .\gents de-ilring to li.andte thia

· t writ" at on

.\d lre.« all coxr«*:toiideDCe

·i. CHARLES PRESLER. care iHIlhoird. ClB

cliinatl.

The Original Rube Perkins--

theatres, experleneed tirpauist. Keuil and imtrovise. Best of references Addre^^ BOX 66, dilllionrd, lilts Rreadway. New V rk City.

Band Director and Instructor.

Cornetlst and violinist; exceptional nbllty;

'it liberty on slmrt notice; laise library of

itandards. Consder any paying proposition.

Address C-BOX 424. care Billboard, Cincinnati

1

Jiil.vo

^ ajjp "v
]

No Show. Entertainment or Onthering: i-s complete without music. Tlie ab-ence of a Band, Orchestra or even a few Musicians is noticeable. Tlierefore, there is a steady jind constant dem.-ind for all kinds of musical instrume^nts in tlio SIiow World. In this par-
'liere tire man.v sood, used instruments sold. New goods find a ready sale
Columns of The Billboard.

Two real f- atnre free a'-ts. klnp of the wira

and Hcht nnd be.avy chin balaDCing. July 4

uU'l later op' n. Ilu'ton, Kan-as.

InlTli

"Three Rosards", Super Free
affraeflons. Comedy t-ick-hotise; aerobatic art, two ladles and gent; a.so sensational "Teeth Trapexe t I ; .*liiO cash bond. July 4, later open. Literature. General DellTery, tjiiin. y. Ill , or Bllllmard, Kan-na City.

Bassoonist--Experienced. Dou-

' jW

Billboard appeals to every member of Show World Ihiterprlses. Thousands of mu-

Vitos-Arzenos Troupe--Fourth

bjes Tenor Sax. Freni-h Horn. Both at Hb-

·rty Beptenilier 1. A. F. of >t. Theatre work

! (referred. W. J. SPARLING, Musicians' I'uion.

- tW Barium Bldg., lietroit, Miidiigaa.

julyl2

; Cellist -- Experienced Vaude-
Tllle. picture- D..-!res tiientre encairem-nf.

'

siri.ans read The Billboiird for the snappy show

news it contains.

If you sell now or used musical in'-truments

put a id.ce on them and insert your ad in the Classified Columns

of The Billboard.

of July open. M.inagers of parks, fairs, cele¬

brations. 11-.r literature of Sits on request.

11117 Prospei t SI., Laos ng. M i higan.

July3

COMEDY MUSICAL ACT. ALSO PUNCH-JUDY Show op. n for picnics, eeleliratlnns. WIL¬
LIAMS, 2720 Park, St. Ixitiia, MU-otirl. JtiljY

leferencei-. C-BOX 412, Billboard, Ciucinn-iti.

' i)blo.

julyl2

I'' Cellist at Liberty--Good Tone Organist Wants Permanent

11

and Intonation. Union. .Addn se C-BOX 70,

lillboard, Cincinnati, Ulilo.

j'll.vo

place nn.vw'iere. Young, ·i-.able, reliable and longenial; union; any organ Goml li-

Clarinetist--E. & 0.

rarv: cue idetnres. Uea-oiial.ie .salary PAUL
Union. JONES. Lee'- Summit. Missouri.

Loi-ale or travel. lAisoonsin.

B. BIDDICK. Montfort. Pianist and Drummer--Joint

C' `-·paratc

Together three ytare. I{e,id

Drummer, College Man, V/ants nnd fake. Ymirg and neat. NenuDion Tike

inytliii'g. Biitii movie experienee. Full line

to iorato witli i t orehe-tra. T inrong.. y 'xperieneed In ail lines. 'I'uxedo. nnn n.

e| trap-. HORACE CR0S8LEY, 20 MajiU- Are., Thnniton, IthiHlc Iviand

.ylophoiie. .v;i k;:;ils of reteretoef. AVrite Im¬

Pianist and Trombonist Want mediately. DRUMMER. 7i't .spier St,. .A'xron, ]

,thio.

jul.t 12

First-Class Violinist--Fifteen

 year-' exi« rienee .Age J I.A antR pos.tioii; p lure,

T'li'on. reiialil' vuude-. He. Si l -

I'.nan. D. SALAZAR. .Mi.-vician-' f.'lnl), Kansu-'

^pity. MiS'Oiiri.

work P'uy iili piniseg, but prefer dance re- t. A'onng, neat, union, tuxedo and read, fuk-a: d Inipiovise. AVill i.ot aepariiie. .Address MUSICIAN, Piox 414. Fargo. North I):ikota.
Sousaphono BB, -- Age, 22;

· Flute and Piccolo, Woodwind

f : n^*imirmaD.

<) in

·' Jph tui»'s a*i`l f .ird. I niori \V'!'

jon-Iflrr rppairin;; or p -lyi:.;: (»»· b-iMi. Addr< s-

f<ITSICIAN. tari- Mhll:;nf1

Hipair .Shop.

So. Mjin. S.<»u.\i

.<outh b.tkotH.

ii_

Flutist, Doubling Alto Sax.

unou:: -Ingle; reilahle. Wanting >iteiidy en-

gngem-lit witli f'r-t-ela>' diin e onln-tra. Ex-

e-i. iiei d in all lii e. (· ,1 fiik- Good reader.

i;..od li.n. BOB DIXON. 177 fln.ve Ave.. Hi

g-in. Illinois.

iiily5

Trumpeter, First-Class, at Lib¬
erty. Experii need in I'l "nei!, Ineiuding sym P iliie. .Addre-s TRUMPETER, 3''i<J Cleyelaud Ave., Trenton, New Jersey.

Violin Doubling BB Sousa- , rnlon: tnxedi.: experitnied: age, 2b
J LAMPS. K . '. AA :'e n.

E ,

I phone ftlold Bell Kroni) at liberty shortly

lijrirl

Violinist Desires

Position

A'oiing C-BOX 426, fini'.uiuti, lihio.

BIIIlKiard,

Opera

I'l.n Jii'.vo

J eitlier wltii .i t (>: lii.t -l >.vo:k .--evera! .veiir-' j
Violinist (Young Lady) Would i xpe:b i .i ·· f ri ei.en.il I v.indi-ville aets n  I iso :."iel r. ..lit- ,d I.. I III-I' I-. Ifi at art -i

II

iliii. I an |i 1 piuo'i Weil and siMj: u

. ittle '<iiii nd I :iii|ii .iraii .. A.e 21 .Ad iren-.

·diss ARTISTE.

d. C n Tiiiiii;..

ilk.- to Join oreliostra, doiililfs Tenor Banjo it le- I sir.t n.ive no Instrnment BOX 67 I'l - I'.lllhoard. 1 lli.'l Broadway, New Y'ork City.

A-1 DRUMMER. TYMPANI. MARIMBA, rie. T'nion fan furnifh .A-! I'ianlst aiul Vtrllnl-t with
real library. "DBCMMEK", I'mix 111, liaatingf, .Neb.

AT liberty--A ! Ran Saxophone Player anil other

savos.. for Vaudeville .\ca .Seernd Tiumpel In

a a only. A'rai's >;a e cTixulenrc. Bruwn

· a'-i*.

It tee vi ati. .\ -o lia'id ur i.rciicelt.i. .Also, hat: ·

li" ln.ir lng ai .1 mai .igimeni. Have r'ayrd · 1

tr idevlile clmiita. Just clnsml with aexlette. Open now. A. !'. M. New A'nrk, sii". What ran yn'i efti · f

MAX .M. SIMONS. Elks' Club. Little Hock. Ark.

AERIAL MAGINLEYS-Trrlh whirling, double tra-
pp'i' ail. wrh Mr-. M i.P 'ev'a wlilrll g levlh fli ·
Inh ."aid l>''ia'* whirling lallir pxreh a'4. At Ilhi-r y for r 'V.!. til-*, rarnlv*:* or rltpimv.. Two arts making ;; d fT.-rv»hfrr. .Addri-M I*i Vita Nlnih Ri , fliiehnall. <bil,'.

AT LIBERTY--J .bns-m's Coiore-l Plsntitlou JuMIee Enterar   a .1 f.iiDislla;.#. M .i.i-. ·h.ginx. tslk-

`I : and -1.

Ni free act will Co any better.

\l're.-i \M lil I TIMlVTIUl AI. .A(iK.N'fY. Times

B Ig., .St. I. njla. Mitseuri.

julyli

OEYER AND MARIE--T o fi atnre free a 'a. em-

tire-lng ar.-a'lei.al p-rariil-l hilldiug, rol'trt globe, n'lirilun, i I u iifj d-  huh-difiiig mmikty. Ad-

drt  K Gi.V: 4. .snijr.ia. Mlrliigan.

JuiyA

AT LIBERTY--.\-l nninimer Expcrlfiicrd In all
lines. Have teal outhl. Inrliulln. Marimbi, Xyloplioiio. He;;d. Tvinpani. etc. l.-t il.--.1 -iv'. f :i
in tb-phemn i'ctiae. playing bla-llnie vaudeville. Dn-

QAYLOR BROS.--Four Trf* A'It. rain. I'elabrt-

fj '* 4 Tr.o \ ruailc Kr -.ra. Kuroi>r4n Uii <1 Hra<t

fr- II ff.-* Cbtlif** N Tflly E»i`ilUbriat. Owird?

Ci04Q ti.d I)o^. S.cjC ITui

Uetroa, Midi. )uljS

laai-e no obk't. fan tiln exi wire. Aldresx T'liO-

FF.SSIONAL DnCM.Mf;H. TUT w. Reed .s| , Moiyirly. Aii.SsOUll.
AT LIBERTY--.A-1 Vlobnl<'-l.eadrr. with goml IIIr.iiy. Kxperldirid ii all li a, .Also plav Vlulu.

SENSATIONAL STUNT SWIMMER -- K^hlhlllon.

- r. lmM Smiiiia 111 «>\tr«4'a9 uiiU>rin. oftr*

n it, lict ! s tint, liaii.u tifil iH'iiiHi t.itk* ti>«liiir

h si! f-oi.i.i . |.. -ii.. · u 4 Mi ·uud Trunijirt

Pljitr. lU 7:.i .\if , i'llrit4)ii. I

iulyli

S r'.'.ictlon giiHia'tu'd. .Adiir'X! tfllfllE.-^TII A

I.F.AHLK. ISOS So. Cihi'inri.'ttl .Ave , Tul-a. Ok.

THE KATONAS

-Uvt. ·The

M

lituj! I'M. " .li iiiA .PC ii4:,4tit'ti ju^dnui u(t tia «

wjif. I . f H T J*.'*' ,1! I

Turr** sti.tr*iit(( I

AT LirERTV--.A-1 Ttomlioiie. f'-r hand arid OT-he.-itta ·*

Ih

d»» '.pt.iM. Murk'i-*. MUInfan.

fei rip r.1- diaiitn le show. Age gl. Prefer any ''·lip east cl M. I. -I.'. Af'ist have llef.et. Can

·UP ul oiiii Addie.s OTE;; F. BROOKS. 10".'.

I'li'p S* . .Amai flu. Ti-\a-

x

THE I A CROIX ilaiilT Hill (Tfiiltrint!'»--Nlftf Tii*

I>*'7f ai a1 w ri'

u all (U»hv fjie attrartl»fi4

for honit '`Mis . '.iir4.

r« . Now r*>i.inirtl!j«.

lUf

I fur -irnt.

COMPETENT Ihiiiiinp IliiaiiiCiV Vlnllnlgl desirea per- Ave., I .»rt \V*ine. Imliaitg

AdAli«#4 13(^1 W.-iIUni hilTl'f

m.i ip'.t y. :ir-ii)i;'.1 Ihu'rp i iig.i,:rmfnl. Exp* rien.-ed

ail lire;. <; e.l liUra v Cj ai vwhere. A. llOisZKL.

j'e of Ulllis .'til. .Viw A'ciik City.

augIH

AT LIBERTY

PIANO PLAYFRS

GOOD TRUMPET PLAYf R. (Innbltng sonic Sax , Want, .-l ie II.tp i iiiee toll |*»|iiier, lap wotll l

U WORD. CASH (FIrat Lma Uraa Bla'k T>»a)

take

-.(Lif. A-1 a'l-t,.uiid awliiimer.

Ave.. i:lliiti>ii. Iowa.

1 lu T'li inlvlu

I

Jo In

WORD, WORD,

CAhH cash

ifirat (Sm ill

Lina and Name Black T»a») Typel IN# Ad Lau Than 75x1

Tijura at Ona Rata Only--8#a Not. Ralow.

TROMBONIST--Toinig. pxrierleiiped Land and orehe*
Iri. Hill, tp-alile m.agpmenl. Ti iniai or Im-ate; ·liCJi 1 inliind II l>. THAVIS. Hi Mldille .'·1.. Xi iin. N'iiili faiiUfiia.

At Liberty--A-1 Male Pianist.
H' ;mI ItMpr ·>'!«#· himI trariMpiixo. Ksiperlenoe*! In «'| I II. H s.iti fartiou Riiiirnn(e»`il, Write or

5Organist (Young Lady) De- AT LIBERTY--CELLIST AND VIOLA. EX(i. - I !-I d . all Flies. A. K of .M L. A.

slreii p.. ..1 W ire ,ii. 'ity. |·,`al^;:tv and I PV.AVERS. 2 <H( Beis*.- SI . Sioux fity, Iowa.

·i.n-eii.n'

:v. .;i I . (ipr l iate.i

fan

VIOLINIST--ExpeiieniPd In all llnev. Fiamer illtieiur nf li.i: d In v.iui|i-vll!ii. fan tc.id !> in i.
AA'i'l travel. Ad .re-< nr Hire BE\ WAl.I.KIi.'iTEI.N'. I.liuiiiott lintel. Ii>:ileiiidp, Illliads.

I landle an.

· r ' m.

' .g,in

Fit'e

l<irni.r s'SI. ,i t

- .iinl - i a-y. .Add.

jlj-BOX A.'-IO. cure Hi ilinard Pnblisliing Co., fin-

iDL'.itti, Ohio.

NOTE;--Caurt All Warilt. Ale* Oambined InitiMt and Nuiabar* la r**y Tigura T*ta1 at Oat RaU Only
IN ANSWERING CLASSIFIED ADS, PLEASE MENTION THE BILLBOARD.

wir«* PIANIST, iio* !»;», Jtiiiurttown, N. I>-

At Liberty--A-No. 1 Pianist.

( ri.i.Jit, f.iL'', t'

mill Iniprov!'**;

1* ` f-I li iiitt* ni'i'lifsf g liiit will ii»*<'etir tl.«'litie



in. fit r*ihm

\ 1 r«*f*>retie«><i Wire

W A .lOUKDAN,

t'aiii|> 8t., New Or-

nll^. IaOlilKt:lli||.

JULY £., 1924

Xtie Billboard

At Liberty--A-1 Orchestra. Pi- E. Beebe, Billboard, Cincinnati, Agents Wanted for Greatest Fabric Patch-It Paste---Agents

Cv; · rl* iH-nl In ViiiKlfTlIle and plr-

i novelty of the atfe, Molliiii; "nollywnnd

111 ike enurmiiiia protit- with Mrt. Kfner'a

.

IV. :\.ar>. l.i-f .-ntfiiKi m*nt. .\sr

· loldlirieic" I.llM-ral f< rni>< Bik money. 8;im- Orii.'.".al and tie iiiily iry-t.il AVliit> MiiulinK

Snappy Acts, Sketches, Mono IDNA KENNEDY, .-.jrj N. hinooln,

11-,: 

_ _

lo(S«. Sperinl Sonci wrilti n

Itfaaonalile

plp. St lift HOLLYWOOD NOVEITY CO., I'li'li'. It m* lid' without stiffeninj! or i|ij.color-

·mjt IIoll,vwontl Bonlevard, ilollvwood, Calif.

injj nil . ' iiir< and h nds of fabric', iio'l* ry,

Ex-

jnly.-, riil'Iii r .nnd li ;ith> i . Will wa-h. boil anil iron.

Dance Pianist--Fully Experi-

,i I;, j*!. f.ikc. iiiftn Tin' untcin. t.ixrdo,

\ -v I \.ni: It " ky M<iiiniam National

1 . ,,, f ir fh1« act. <-an · «»and altlludi'.

ID

llil Util SI, i;r«-tl.y, folo. s

Hot Piano-Accordionist--Ex-

clnsivf ni.itenal Kuiiranleed J. C. BRADLEY.

Agents Wanted To Sell a Com- no Kina

_New York Cltv.

-1 A HOT NEW NUMBER for Ei.il Men: .>t|!ilrrj. How

IK.I Vv-a lift T:!»I Way I .<· i,,l Iiir (..r eoiv. Etf-

bination l!ifiif-wei«lit Overemit and Ilaine.int

OKNE KDWAKHS. lit .< lllli St.. la.uliTille. Kj. to iailo'x, ni' ti :in<l Ivo«. Samnles fiirni'<tie'l

`·BAEFLEO" great m.jtrrT i'»j: atio rew T'dijr riayj. WOtMt.Vltl) 1"I..\Y fit.. Ea.t Tolulo. I).
__luinj

fre*'--jiriee to ten-iimer Fil .'.O. CominteHiuns p-iid

dji'y. .Xu. nt- ea-i'v il ifai monCilv. CHAS.

E. MORRIS & CO.. W7 Ar< b St.. Plillad.'p'Ma,

I'tnnsyhania

Juiy2t>x

Sell' on I wii-iiimiiti' dcm'in'tratinn f't .N'cciled In ev.  y lioni*'. ."^cn(l 3.V for trial tube

.·iikI aliet-r w

patcii, wiiicli will prove we

lia\p the M.i'tcr -M.'ndlne Clniil. Recommended

: y liiHKl Iloiisekeepiuc .M.ica/liie. Auents. litirn

I'itilimen. conce'aionaire'. er.'w munajeers and

di'lribntors. wrdc fer ti-rritovy and low onaii-

titt pri.-es E-F MANUFACTURING COM¬

PANY, 27JG Ea't Lake st., Miniieapoli-, Minn.

:

,

'

i.i!.. I- man li' j'in llvi- orc-liostra. 1 .111 nr fak' '·.imit liiid ri-lml'li-.
E BKO>^'N6TONE, I'laaa I V I.I  '. Inil .ina

TAB. SCRIPTS, MtlaKnil f 'mrdv. Ttr.itna and .'cine'lyItrama. fnll-lrii.;ih ·.tfp's .M i,iv.al f.miely. I)r.i-
ma. etc. Vau-lev;i;a .\ s. \l , ,-j. . Hiienliigs. < iiilr S yiia a. i "-'.rr ma'irial for ' i" Til', a ! Rep.

Big Money and

Fast

Sales--

Genuine

Gold

Leaf

Letters--

L.ulv Pianist Wants Position

I

<ir I  ' tVrife or w r*

JOS I THI L BOI.EN. m!--  !

· Ito .· .St,. Jackson,

Organist-Pianist--Any Job in

l·rolUl·,r. r'-!iip.oe Mr? le. Pl.AYS. 3 City Hili

\rr . Sun I'r.'  .·.y. Callfortita.

pijlj

MnlU^jISHICfial

ARRANGED i.iiit*. to tile

far I'l

I*U".o. '

Ban I nr Oti'heatra s.i'l-r^prlo,, puar-

*anntf.i-eit. WALTtR W. .\E;W( tl.MEH. 1S71 Ur»a'l«ay.

New

_

Jiilylfx

%' NEW BITS, Ta · , ll.rurn .'^oi.ja StaixiD f.yr ll.-it.

BERN-AKf) HINKLE. J(p;lii. .Visaouti.

Juiyli

Every owner I. ivs <:oM Initials for hia anto.

X'oii yh.irire t'l '`t. make .<1 n. Ten orders

daiir ea

Samples and Information free.

WORLD MONOGRAM CO., li.pi.

Newark.

New Jersey.

Jnly26

Anyone can tin* on -fore win.dowa. Ciiarao-

ti-ed never t.iniisli. I.arire pn.iit'. Free sain-

Plea. METALLIC LETTER CO.. 112 N. Clark.

Cliicajfo.

X

Big Money Selling New House-1 Imported Beaded Bags. Draw

hold Cleaner. AVavhes and dr'e« wind'>we.

string hags, f-.uo't eu* crystal. Marveloot

" . li .atfo · MUSICIAN ".

(iKgood

l i Pli.T,.. I iiii i.in .·tiil«.

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Organist. Pianist, Leader for

,,

,v, romhin.ntlnn arc-oiint binia.' rloklng.

1 III,.`. n 111. ;!7. I.* I'l. arranitc,

SSCcRripts for sale, chran. Quit thf btiilnrss.

IHI av* flue let of lifMt Unma ic 1111.s. alao aonie

«erm eal Murieal Tab Bllll IHI.l-Y CL-AHKE. Aher-

-- uren Hotel, W. LouU. .MIs.-ouil.

julyli

·AI GENTS AND SOLICITORS

Sweeps, scrubs, mops Complete outfit Ic's tlinn

brooms Over lOfi'X profit. HARPER BRUSH

WORKS. HkT 2d .St., Kairdeld, Iowa.

jul.v2fix

Earn Big Money Fast Apply¬
ing fSold InitfalK to .Atitos. Every owner hnvy

eombiiiatii'n colors. Wonderful flash for con-

e"",on men and prem uin ii-ers .Xb dliiin size.

Sl.'.'.'i eacii. Extra large, $1.75 each. Both

'an-.; les. .sit 0(1

City ugents call. UNITED

SALES SYSTEM, Bo,'m .'s'!2, TOO BMadway,

N.'W York

,n .

.-t-a. 1 tlrr* ao«w.-f d HOW¬

ARD V. KENZIE. ikit Ky. St.. I^iwrcmy*. Kao

WANTED

SErUi profit on $1.50 rale. I'.irticnlari and Live Agents Make $10 a Day aniplea fr e. Write quick. IJTHOGRAM CO..

______----

-

Pianist-Organist-Leader -- On

·«,. ovvi-- t.v.ticy. -t t..- I" ·niaio nt

Library ExjH-riencid I'u^ C"rrr' tiy. State

}}«« WORD. CASH. NO AOV. LESS THAN 25a. 7a WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE
-- Fiiura at Oaa Rate Oaly--Sea Note Below
·
A Atgents--Jamaica Ginger Ex-

It'Pt. 10, East ttrauge. New Jersey.

x

Dustless Sponge Cloth--New
invention. (1) Ruti--nuats, eleani) and rtolNh-

.`icK'ng K'lreka .''trainer and Splash Pre-

vcnti T for CM--y waii-r faucet. Takes on aigtit.

Widely ailV'-'t'.'l and known. Get detail' to¬

day. A. S. SEED FILTER COMPANY. Ti

Franklin. N.w Yoik.

x

j,

-iliin fiiily. <:(i anywhere. .Ad'lre-a

^

es automobiles, furniture, pianos. RctniN 50c.

Ku Klux Klan Agents Wanted. PIAVIST-OKGANIST, IlilIlKiard, Kanrts t tv. Jtir"a.-t. A No Van'Ila and Lemon Kxtracti; ab- cuatn Ific. ·'Sample free". NuLlFE (A)

>Ii>-oi.ri

JniyA.atnV'i,it. le p'.re. Biirgainii. COLUMBIA EX¬ SPONGE, nartfiird. Conccctlcut.

x

TRACTS, IH Colombia Heights, Brooklyn. New

cleaning ii;. b g moni-y with our fa-t acllliig

Xork.
Picture Pianist at Liberty--

Easy Money Applying Mono- JulTlO

line No,"it'' .I'd FmbL ms.

Working big

outdoor l eb bratlon'. Catalog free. NATIONAL

Agents Make $10 Daily Selling V"... with Tiolln.at. Chloarn only. R. ' ^

gi'ams OD automobile'. .Xnrone can do It.

BIATTAN. 11'12 ^. Throop J»t., CUctiao.

I SImpiy transferrine ib' d IXccaicomanta Initials.
onr ilrlp-.XIl Wretch, aometbing new. first rakca live m mites; m.ike $1 ."si; cost 5c Sam¬

1;-_Jn-yj ttiilme advertiaed. SHOOK. 318 Cable, Water¬ ple free. BALCO,

IliirrlKOD Ave , Bo-t 'U.

loo, I"Wa.
Young Girl Pianist, 22; Ex- II

MaS'achunetts.

jily2C

EMBLEM CO., Box .52I'B, Omalia. Nebraska Jul.vl2
New Invention Beats Vacuum
Sweeper and nil its attachments. No elec¬

·.r-e-'-d In tficalrc. vand'vllle. daU'e and fife -Vt l!t"Tt» for I' e  iinincr. Bead if y ^ f -g at ' a: t. t-ai.-oo-e. f.i. y, tioosi i*|ip«Mr- VG
11 r I nion. PIANIST. It «· City. Jli; tiikan "

tricity rcqulr" I. .Xi! complete only $2 8.'>. Over IfiO'r prenr to agents. XX'rite 0. P. MORGAN,
Ylanagcr, 220 Grimes 8f., Fairfield. Iowa JuIyZflx

MVSICAL DIRECTOR--PIANIST FOR TRAV- §

. : 1 . iitv."il or iilto r 111 .'cal

mpan e- u

D ,, I. ··snr-. et'- F r.t-cU»' enca«emenfe ^

r A'l'lr >- DIRECTOR. Billboard. New i r;

I r» _

PIANIST--PLAY ALONE OR WITH ORCHES. ^

fa fon' b r any , i.aak* ment. J. MAR- S

COTTE. iJ'i I uton M.. Mancbi'ter. N H.

ju

A-l THREE-PIECE ORCHESTRA -Plano. Vlofl.n, g Pn-m- T'. eps. Mtrlm.j. cc. Keil library fn- Bl
.'»ie . · Dill M.MLlf. Box 111, Haatlnga. R

GROWTH OF CHAUTAUQUA
A GOOD maiiy educational interprlt' S not ra dv recocnized a> the nuferowtli of the «l..aiitniiiiiia principle ,iwc their origin to tl.e begiuning made fifty years ago this v.iir on tlie ahoies of a Like In New Yoik. Summer and vac.ition achoola, nnlvi rsiiy < xtm'iOD coiirM-a, i orr,'jamilence In-'rucMon. enormous ninltip' ration of lilratira and increase in the printing and sole of books caa be tra cd without Tiol,m <> to the probabilities to the spirit wiiich ga,e ri'e to the firs' rhaiitauqiia. Fr,-· nf-dsy statMIcs of the movement indieiite t'ae extent to wbc li It baa lukiD hold o( tiie luiaginationa of Americans.
I'cs re wai. si'luN-r ng In the early seventies of the la-l cnt'iry w n tl.e

J Pearl Bracelets, Opal, Inde-
:t s'raetlble. Four strands. Sterling clasp, rf Two leirs, trine atul white brilliants. Bcautlrf fill plush CO'' . kJ 25 eueii. Meri-handiae gnarrf anti · d S'n l for '.'iiiiple. UNITED SALES r{i SYSTEM. Boom .'"'12. T'.'O Broadway, New X'ork.
3 Rummage Sales Make $50.00
.s' daily. Orrer wonderful Tallies. We start rf yoo. CLIFCROS. 609 Division St., Chicago. --

AT lIBERTY-r ai ut ird naTlii 'lM. >tnl. Th.»r- »

.. , il.vrir. .>'1. W. · 1.- ."111'. r jr * cr It

t .1 e. .Mitfij PiX.SI.'T. lit) So. -Sth .<· . aT

crej. .Neiuijs*.

Ju >5 ye

SINGERS

I

rh.mtaiiiria me.fugs were iii'titutcd. The fact is that the j.re "ding' m untv-tue

y, are h..d 1" · n (>', oci iipied w ith the snlutlon of raati-rl il probb tu' so iinmi'd.atid.i

prc'stns lint i!..r.' Lad b.-.-n -s-fint o|i{M,rtnnity to iiil-ilge lii't" for tie impomlT-

ables .f n.. 1 lal and piriin I enliurp. Tbe pioneers t, id thc r ismli ir oli'l.y. les to

'·;'mo nt 1 ' .r. -t i'll'rii.il (|·vclopm'nt di noted b"'h progf'-s ni.d r'trogr'"Ion.

t'lt tb" lail r w.is Here apparent than renl. Whin Bi'iiop X'in nt d.cd in 1020, at

l'..c ripe age ef

h" h...l l..^d the lueffablo s.iti'faction of realizing :i visi.in, of

'c. ing .1 ilr- am cm- tr .. II s own words best d-s rib,' the h-- dib cf l.is pi.i i.

vvhi'di w.i' u«'t (ircnmMTi''ed by tbe ivdatlTely narrow limits that cxpi-dien-y h.id

3 Shoe Salesmen--Become Our

tt

1 ical ale-man s.Ii'ng ti:gh-?rade shiws di-

S re.' to Wearer. i^u.'T, seder and good coni-

111" on. 'Kx!" rieiiee not r'H|iilr,d. TANNERS'

-t SHOE MFG. CO.. II.'.', C S' . Ib-ton. Mass x

3 "Smallest Bible on Earth"--

ie leORO. CASH (Firit Lne Lary. Bla k T>ce> 1 ;· HARO CA&H lEirtt Line a'd btm* B;tcA Tvae) I' VtORO. CASH iSm It T«ae) INo Ad Leu TP.ia tSi) '
E'lura It One Hate Only--See Kei* btiow

At Liberty--Young Woman

· ·

ind

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· t I NI*, rletce, r ad

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Ilotiie. .Xdilri '

f BOX 1 It llbont.l. C.n< innatt.

EINGLR.

r.f  fa es eegt.'-mei t »lih h.e.J rr

i-a t ' m 'rr te*'il. I). j r. i

a I.

I'

t-· .-I'a i.b a'd e.J t'rl - e ·· am I

· -

< Xi..t,. MlSiClXN.

t'.. L Jl · Ill M

X'. Mill

lufor'td; < 'Si.teii'iuii IS sn id* a. cml'raci'ig »l>e `all things' of life, art, s«-ii nee. soetciy,
ri ligloii. piiiriot ism. tdi., ition--w  aiever tends to enlarge, refine and · nnoble tl.e ii div d ; ' ' n",ili>p ,1'111 -til- I l.iirin .ond tiil1ueni"e, to make tbe iiat.nn stronger

and w »-r and to tease lime and eternity · m to be wliat th-y .ire--I'.irt .f oa-

r.i'ble ..i'l e,erl.islliig wi'.r.'. t iiaiit'iiinna is a 'prc. developing tlie r'aiiii,' of

I f,' in ti" 'insciit gg p-. s>n iliiy: applying to th" indlvidnal tbe energies tii.n mak'-

('·r 

«·, w .tom .mil rlsion, va-t hiwlzon, pver-brlgl-.tening ideals, striiigth of

r. - I,

1 i.'.ti <11 '.ml, n I in G<k1 and the multiplied ministries that en ibl" fi'.-

iiiil Mil t"

I 1' II : .1 -'i-.inge pin nomi non that the raoTrmenf. on.'" it L. d g i.i.. d

Li .idea, · s 'I ifie a'l'UtioD of lU'o of Mipcnor business genius and .vdmini'tr.if'M'

abtlit, 11 I II lllimiinst,» our own Id'it i-y to kmew that d"sire for higher thing' w«s not iiup d by snisTficlal di'i.ui of . "iiii'i tent instrun- r's In a , ry

giMifii.' ' r-e It ".IS ,phi-' cd the -Xmeriean pliilostiphy, holding that fntihtv Is rot

;; Cl >ih bour.'t. 'n color'. S"g tiy Inrg' r t'.an

j{ a po'tago .'taiiip, ,ontv r' alM'iit 2t«' pnges of

rf N' vy T'-'fnment

s.ample. l.'« ; ilozeii. 7'e';

rf g-e--. .f.gisi CURTIS. ;::!20 I.afa.vett- s- ^ rf 1'  r. t 'I irado

Soap Specialists -- Honestf

« 'lediiated S".,p COLUMBIA LABORATO

rf RIES. IS t"jliimb:a lb ghts, Brookifii. N. Y.

Nc __

_ InlvlO

rf The Agents' Guide -- Tells

rf

 I e to b°ur a'mo't ov.-vth ng Copy :i<»c.

~ WILSON. THE PUBLISHER. IptO Broadway,

Indispcn:.sMe 'o splrlt'tallty, that enltnre and utility are not ItK-omp.itihle ami tliit tut New York.

AT LIBERTV
VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS

one iTi.iT cpv`'ior y I'rmara'-nt while keeping on<''s feet on the gr,'nnd. It has given a C'W i'nimon iioi.n to t''e langu.vge, the sjenttleance of wbleh extends quite he3rond the puri>0'0 of the original. .Xltopether It ha* been lmraens»-?y worth while.

1 "The Best Stunt I Ever Saw,"

8# rfrORO » AbM

lar* # BU li T>ct>

7 U >'D. CASH

and N4flia RiaJi Tv»a)

»» WO^O. CA-H (Sin 11 T>p«> (Ho Ad L»»' Mifl JJc)

__at 0»># Rat«t

Not» BHe«.

Classy Female Impersonator,

.

rmnai. st add

i MI*. UALTTR. (.· u T»* I . Ivrin m,; ..im a\.a

Agents--New

1024

--PORTLAND OREGONIAN. |S a'a'yy.irs'lf n g'a X H U ii ^

rf r rf"

P' ople 'av w'on 1, g .tiling Polialiirig E'o-n

an'l Cb t>. a:,. .1. ;nou tr.it.-d. pvi'J. t'» I'd'/.

.'iMfit. l.ivi. :ig. t' .an ii|i Writ, for fr-e

'imolea. LIGHTNING PRODUCTS CORPORA,

TION. I"*;; G-.-.-nlcaf .X,e . Chicago.

x

Wonderful Seller--$1.40 Profit

Specialty. Enamels His Auto for $1.50---- oT*'»*v

sTil**

·n"7fRm'» on AnfiH

Dancer -- Spanish, Egyptian,  t »

d i| .'.It

K' al $! u(t1t

I value Thlrlv other big sellers X\'*'ie fer ouir



,,  I " s 'lo 'e Cvi'e o'fcr OENr-.

* " »b

M^rtr

uf B`'X hS, t.iri*

lit · ociitrt d lit I 1. N* v%' Y»*rk

oi i ! RAL PRCDUi'TS COMPANY, lb pl sr'-,. \i w .I. r>. >

ll». New X

--

Agents--Oui' Gold-Eyed Nee-

New disei'very eiitb! ng ni'd. ri't' 'o enaniI-..IJ t · Ir anto any ,'o'.e io f, to iUi mi:.! tes. NV',l

riilildiig. no grcH'i». oil or wav .Xpp.ied w t

"1: ch<H,se cloth Kvt'lii'lve iirr loiv Given fiii;
lent ' im'" .no igii f.ir .'i p.i"en.'. r a ito. B'ai''\

60 I'cnt'; all other co'o cars 75 cents. S nd

·lien V order

· PRUDEN CORPORATION.

\\ iiu'tte. Illino -

Jti..yv.5',

i.ndti » >: f If t»t! It'S. W'ORCESTFB MONO-

GP.AM CO.. V. - I r. M; ".

x

$6 to $15 Daily--Year Around
iu>' t`on. ni'intl iv i.-,.; :i' b 'ub - Grobv nvule Stfur.it n ;;ii .lav' Ir.g.ni .Xll.'jo:! XVliite'i le $i1`. .ki. .. .$;r,2"<i. Bickcl s;t'jtl bl. No

CLASSIFIED
tOMMERCIAlJi advertisements

d'. · pro.it''

r .:r. noii'l' 'fill '. llcrs. Imiii'n-e
I. .»>>'» v.'ick',. Proof and partlcn

'i.

' · .p . oiillii. 1'"; f»''J'> V pr:. . '

r  rv \'FFr>:.E CO.. b 'l na\is .Nq,. somcr,*'!.

' .1'- ai

j il.' '-"X,

^

Agents--Sell Home Patch

1i«"

Ji«i 'I'Cit .Save' tliii''

iiFicJ'idtei..'g

h - . V .'I' . . 'ai.ig and a ! fat' ' ' Trail'

t-.irciit aial · "iiu - in lar'-'e lii .' S. l s f ·-

XV I WS'I. and 11 .1. HOME PATCH RITE DiS-

-- ev," r .' or . ap tal r.'.iH'r.Hl. Exolii'ive (Hit-

Enormous Profits for Dealers-Q ctiicd r e.  --miilioti' of proniwet'. horn.«.

sfereM. «

I' f.n I'lru K. .1 .to and truck own-

i aadllnp our si'eond ..ai;d ciofi-.ing line WVe

.sp-tre f me ati'fa. tory. XVe deliver and

.1-0 'tart men a .d woiii' U n f ' b i'in'". `'viler cnee nmie., .,,trv AMEST''AN .TOSBINfOp

ciiii'. n I-  r'

.'t'c, , I'rv account'. Ca'h in on our ig an l approval by Nat'onal Boar.l

HOUSE, Itept 10

liraiul .Xve.. Cii '"'.go xX and li t i:-'" itur original new p'nni pridiu-e

-- r. ''lil' xx'ri'e n'l'ck f.ir full details. TIDE

European Money for Give-Q FY'R FYTER CO., nt' Fyr-Fyter Bidg.. Dayton.

I'hui.

X

Xway .XdviTti'iri'r P -tki-.v, Wb'ilesal* qnt o- o---

 iii.iiis free. X ork.

2 HIRSCHNOTE. 70 Wall St . New

1,000 Names--A List of 1,000

acts, songs and PARODIES

el w '

NO AOV. LE.VS THAN 25a 1 ca,;^ attraftive firat line. " It On* Hat* Only--Sea Nate Htlaw

Acts. Monologues, Sketches,

llf~ i B !>''i...

o

»

I 'lpv written In ordc-.

H P llAI BBAN. Mil E'lr-I .X»e . HI. un. V V

__J

Bobbed Hair Monologue --

TRIBUTINO CO \i K .-'p. t. Pa

j '"'.

Agents. Strectmen, Hustlers--

X i.o'il'," moi , V ni l's r. 'e.t

"'^liini'-tt"

M.'i.il p.'l 'Ling (;,'t '

Ti. ·''t' liiai cl. aii'

.. i I p.d 'Les sil 11"  I' V"t '.Mg like ! S. 'l'

.>11 -`till

(>,er :asc , I'rofll

No v .uuler oii-

iigeTit' lire 1 '·.ildlig 1111 on 1 ' f.i'l sell.iig

-p.'i",:i,

\X r-" I'div for I'

··rf. liars

iiiir f'l. -'Ml"', w ' I'.'M' It ' a r-'Sl iiu'ncv

maker SHINF O SUPPIY HOUSE. P o Bov

I. Kviinstoii. I,:.'ll,:'

Everplay Eliminates Needles 'I I I O'.b r Btiy. r' for .'<1 00. WILSON. THE JS PUELISHTR t imt Broadway. New York

f'lr Phonograpli- P"i -I'rv, ' records scratching. $15 d.i.i, , i', Ci ;\



A- 'a.ilisb..'c' vs"

In iHx kct. Fr, '.imple to workc-s EVERK¬-

PLAY, !b>'k 1-1.. Xlct'liirg Bldg., Chicago.

jii1y2`jx

A 3U1-INESS OF YOUR OWN--Make srarkitng el u,*

N'.nie . N'.iirt.r Platfj. Mctalllonn. I'iicckrr-

.'i,i- ' . l<. lll irttalfd book (tec. K. PALMER,

'all. \v. , .1. oiiia.

RilySdx

Magazine Solicitors--Two-PayV-- AG ENTS-$1 .'0 rrr hour durint your ipar* tim*

«. ' .: h. n,\ Si'imt Curtain Rod?. Sampl* fry*.

MKI'EUN Sl'ECI.XLTY CO.. St. Loul*. Mo.

JulyS

'ai''l' and '(hicoiI

, lican. 12.5 T.'iiipi**

toiiit Bldg. M.iiU'-a|K>|i'. M iini'sola.

JulyV..'5,

AGENTS--^tevily Inc ICC. Exceptionally OMful Houmho'.d Xnlolc. IIANDTC.AP CO.. Newark. N. J.

--

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Ka»i'' '

·'·'liar grin It L. F. KIHNE-

note--c«a*t AH Ward*. Alt* Each Initial a'd ttumba.-a Fl«ueii TiMiU at On* Rat* Only

"· I "'irt 111,use Building. Atnigan Cll.t l,a Jnly.A

IN ANSWERING CLASSIFIED ADS. PLEASE MENTION THE BILLBOARDD..j

(Coaimoed on

Page 60)

v;
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60

Ttie Billboard

JULY 5, 1924

AGENTS-
c-rer '' ''p. 'ao m;i utflire or I'jr.e dealer. ! .r

'p er: Iptn Rubber Rptvjir for

- ' i a: `a'li*!! A` a -a*   J. r ru.ra!;i/p- r.'P

S: ;

'ful 't Ip-' Tiu ill

,

 ··· a'.'- f. t.iT <r .. a

«

i ,

free s.iin..:e A,..' -- aM.\/.u.N RL RULK i ii . i'

deirh:!. Pa. Ut;-. T'o.

AGENTS--Step c U3-:o-da e tiu. ,
Icdae niemrer?. BLLT ru . Irejv". r.

A.-;.,..i,,l.

O. iO.

:· r .nret \ v - - 
h.MlJU.MATI'

AGENTS--Sell yc"U P`fa

tra.J«. Bi;

. ·

; Crea^n to ibe 'f'\* . . '-a 'akc f'et- 

earr «;:eet. PKI.MAL CilUIll AL l O., Ii.iiaLa;.

India:}!.

.'j.J-

MOP U'P Vain a.. .
V \'l iiVeL

«

-h. - of 1V:<' n i-. »«:

fMiariPj. Mo } I

I

.h-ii'* "f ra'ti*,:i  »

H».. XaM.ual C" It : I! .

ALIVE alligators. n.'/> ii'l.r'll n.Klo.MMVN. 11
.-

Miiall slri^ Krankllp, T.i'n[M.
julyl'.i

COVBIN ATION BILLFOLDS-'V/e .. M ' ' crier. H- ,.i JV- .
. ' HAA.'. ll: i \. M'-h. Phi!-.i<.;.!,u. 1'

BLACK POMERANIANS

W.lf rirav P. niera-

a:  .>

It a K " .'I

I-a'll' ,

'll a'-'''

i .i-e :e.li;[

.I an- ijra'tee.l i> be Im'-'

wiidinv \ui> A\i:. PETT srini*.

\v.--.l«ail \rc.. lie';.:!. Mi.hiitan.

I WONDERFUL SELLER--'·Re pr .1;

;a,.. Dt'iver ..

-·

1. P!

:

e t-.e. M >S10\ E \CTOUY I*,

.'d

n-.. a. .. riinoi-.

CANARIES and CAGES 'are lime, trouble ar.l

iV. T

with .VATIO.NAL PE'r SHOPS. St.

L ' -. .MG-.i'.iri.

CANARIES Go' in-1. Pa.-ruti. M « evs. Does. Ca'*.
>01 TIILU-X PLT SHOP. Winston. N. C aiiil'l

WRESTLING BROWN BPAR. « ft . 5; soun I. Iiealibv and a shI ci.t.ilitlon Pilre, SdUfi; Caj^e El.it.i
n ra I HK lU IITON /OH G MtDilV, ialimom. M Minea.'t.i.
YEARLING BUFFALO either sex. |300. F. <1. » .strrllb?. O lick aale. SWIiT. Sierllnr, 4'olo. JUlyA
ATTORNEY AT LAW
4o WORD. CASH NO AOV. LESS THAN 2Ss. 6<i WORD CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figur* at On* Rat* Only--S** N*ts Below.
Don't Worry About Troubles,

AGENTS--Sellir.r le-ar inver.tlon, rifh Clearer. Ve-y

praetlml. faa* s^/'T,

5e brinre yoinp.e.

Paid. POSSLHL -MANTl ACTCRIXO CO.. 1 . ^

Ncrth Dakota.

ju'>li'

POLMET POLISHING CLOTH iemnTp= taruD'i 'rom

t.if'a - v 'b U' '

Up? of li iuid. u-'e r

CANARIES--G-a .1 I.t. lb .1 Ca'arir-. flJ.flO do . i.

M I Mrda a : at I ftr imme lla'e del vety. Ca.'e-

e .y de-c Iptiijti. We ' itry ttiAusainP for Ira-

n- La e

ivpiy. NATIONAL PET SUOP.S. St.

L u .. Ml --lUtl.

|>i|!li iilfii'A*. I

For

ntn!

tiop njfaril.UL' n 1

in.ittFr-* f-r

mriMiIt LAWYER WALLACE,

,K\** , ('!j ·

Illlnoi '.

promf't .i.'iiiorH'\' *1 r.*
JulvL'»»v

AGENTS

'Ttie'hi* e rey. g;11pi e Blade Pr-ke*

KM res Lt-" -Iv ' la- u«e- a f;:ile*'e Razrr .- a

buyer. He baa · e

ade;. we furriish the hai.dle.

Acer:? riiaie

_

We n.ail a .lui''e .p . . ·'

of 3C e:.'- i. ::

i' i: \ HI .VOVHLTY Cl' . · '

rifarbera S' . e'.1 azo, l;.i;.Oi!.

i'ii.vlj

AGENTS--Coir, m  e

hrupe-lo-houpe. fa

-"e

a nroppecf. Sei.d 40c. :

price*. T \\ \ni.LlA.M

i' r Gem Car. Opener

*rr.tT;. ETery bru-ewi'e

rr -tainr.p fc' .-am;:e

I'rlard. Ir.d.

.iuiyla'i;

AGENTS--lOfiry pi..*!* selllrr blzh-trrade T'-i'e*

Waters and Hair Tc'ni p WtPe ' r ii-'

II'FVL

PERFCMF CO.. .S. E Cor. iTt.b-Earr Sts.. Pp.ia-

delphia. Pel .iylranla.

AGENTS \':*'n`a*ic NJ'irl'ajf F<^'iT*a«!n Pf:'.

j

pirisatb al laii. It; nie^-ev-m .ker. De-tipiye

?Tia''er cs r'

1  'her ii.e-'\ite wi-' .'n fr*e

Write BLDFOIID 'PEt lALTY CO. Ill Redf rl S- .

New York.

i

AGENTS--Here"? ''e l-e^t ]-'e cf I'ocKi F'avors, per¬ fumes. Scaps. T lit' P' l-ara'i. -. et .. ever '

ferred. No tp'*a' i ^e ^ J. Crinple'e rutO'* S'l'-

nished f'ee to » I'-er- W'i'e T-iav for ''til pac'.ii-

lars AifERICAN PltniH'CTs CO.. 136.1 Ameri an

Bulldln?, Cincinnati. Oh.p.

a

b . ier O'lr a, ''^ -ly it pells like ''hot oake-i''.

<> . j · re's/iicd del P id in ci.e wefk. Hp'.), s

: -· f'e f-ee. A H. GALE CO. 15 Edi:. i

p' . It -toll. .Map-aobupetts

aj,:'d

RUBBER GOODS--\'`X'« wan'ed f'r rur Pure Gum

T a -A'. '

.10 attra tire « men can't resi-t · ui

H est Q'.ij ty. ipie: did mo..ty-makfr fitr ami'i'i u-

-

e. P'tv from up a' ;a-t'ly rtlee-. A

b-'

-.'or '<0. ·

-irir.je-^.

If male <'f "jt'er. a-k

PEI.I.LTIEK .MKG. CO.. 512 W. JaCs-m. < .

· c'.

·uu-i

SALVAGE SALES make ttiormeus

Erery-

>. It

'a'lies wa'el. Ex'.Upiye 'e;';-

'- P

. or- free. SALVAGE i O.. 160?X t-\

II , - ed. I . to.

SELF.THREADING NEEDLES. Nerd'.e Books. Afi-

'bine .\tele---Ki 1 -a!o» in etery Ivme. F'' e

si !· i'.ep. raeily a ried. bii pec,Sts. Samp'e

1

< calo.-ue fiee. LEE EROTHEr.-'. 143 La-t

1

S' . N- A V'';.

auu2

snappiest novelty OUT--larr Sp rt sii's 11. 1-

I' I' ''. M :.iu".if ;

I..1 ly'- -itk b - : 'p

A ' p. .a

r.er

F

,'·· .r t x d. a I

1 ,i '-i '' 'u.. .'ample. >''. pt.;.. 1. r C'.m' . a-

' ' .- ; ' J f.-r »!. It. a .

prif . ·! r, d . '

I. .1 pi.s d''or ' · ' · a-'er.'t. I'a'a · ip'e l"c.

educated cr Hl-'h-S.'boeI TI

t ..

-la d performs ei"'.

1 a I't"!) takes him.

MairuaJukt. .Aikaiitas.

-e. a '.lack beauty, .11 r nk re dlfTereiit .lOlIN I. .SON.NEY',

FOR SALE--Fire 0-r1c'iec c · C k. f 'Ur Hen.

w ,1 I a. Pelicans. G'cat P.'ue u.roti. live AI-

· . ea - a'e · » wan'ed. OSTltlCH FARM. W -t

Paint Bi'a h. Fluiila.

julyj

FOR SALE--\ Calf with 6 rerfe < less a"! 3 ear*. .T'jat ni't'.in'id. It Is a sreat 'r'-ak .Man a lire
T'l.'k tvp;. 3 less .'It f.-e'. Iti ' -Ter sets them. T. .M MAHON. <12 i. Sta e St.. Syia tne, N. Y
julyS

FOR SALE--Bob'm Wise, wot'i'j cr»xteal e.hicated
t'' y. Health leaaon far sellins. COLEM.VN, 2uui P. i. y R. a 1. Dayt' ii. Ohio.

LIVE ALLIGATORS--Can fumlah any siie. ai»

amount, at any time. Don't f rre' when franniiit up yo'tr f'ow or park for tb« lomins ej»'ii t.)

W''''e me f vr prt.ea. Still pirtlt s . tl* Pit Shoe.va,

«. I no up: a l -'",k fi .e ..'Oiil.'l-

Can aate y-i

r- -'V 0.1 vp'e.t rVarzea · u; -f here. THB

FLORIDA YI.IHIATOR FYUM. S u'b .larksonrl le.

I la. l\ .-atm .b-w Camp'e.l's i-lae.!

JulyI9

ATTRACTIONS WANTED
9* WORD. CASH NO ADV IFSS THAN JJe. 7o WORD. CASH ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figure at On* Rat* Only--S«« Not* Below.

Attractions and Concessions

Wanted. Aiikunt 12. I! de«. etc. Michliran.

O'cenia Coiinty Fair. Exart. Mich . l.S, II ami 15 Hif opp-rtunily for
Write THOS. DFACEY, Kyort,

Carnival Wanted for Big- Col-

ored I'a r. four days atul n'uhl«. .\tiirtist '27

to .`11. A'ldrett' JOE ALEXANDER, B-n 131.

MtirfrePKlMirn. Tcnnt "····.

I

Wanted -- Merry - Go - Round,
Fcrri* Wheel and few Conecan'on* for old SoMicrn' Reunion. .\iic'i-t T'-22: four hig dar*. Write KcKAY A McADAM:-;. I>. Witt. Ark
lulri.'

AGENTS--'fake V'z mterr ce'l nz Ke;"ed Ne Vtrear.

?2 00 T-er dcrer ' r -n -e l 'ime ci.iy

w. i v

eijl'y made. Se d »1 p. 'rr .six samriec Y u

can't 10 wrc-'i* a; ·kU amar i ; p i e MARTtV-

GEBT COMPANY. 'Jl E..- dl-t S ref. New Y :k.

' W. COHEN ^ r.hoTIJKIt. Ttl Broal'iay. Ncr
STREET PEMONSTRATORS--Tixe-lfip... .'a-opte. I'i'. REG..YULE MiG. 10.. lti"a. N. Y. july26

PARROTS--Grre . tine fli-'ies .fire in wire ca-m*. "ith c'.ps, pull out rawer ba>e-. i-epb. r' . Cvin-
' e'e. Paint a'd Case. Si 7 5. (·'ier tbrec da's ea't fur Parudf. Pat' ca-. . ' a an e c. O. D.
.N ATIONAL PLT SHOPS. .SI. L ulj, .\Ii;--<nari.

CARNIVAL CROUNDS-C,o.vd apot. WM. B. STT,.

LIVAN. Athe-S. O'

I'liyl 1

('.mr u y r'iyl''S in tent, fee .Ant'eI'l l.eab'ti Pl'idc. I'ct'.I*..'. Kan , July 16, 17 H,

AGENTS--A eew t Hosiery San `e
Cifton Pla e. B -·

Me' d
GTIt MaLOMPA'. t M. hu-e''a

s;s s t; s: s;7i "1; ~

:i jf s:s»:»S}i' j( a' -^!S.

·s ea .usUe. II. J. CLFMFTS'.'.
WANTED--.Attrirtlons far Ih-ln-t. OlMx BlAwfa. l '.< J a 1 I"." 'H ' · M.'e, d<-4)'t write, an I

AGENTS s»H Wolreyiee l.a'u Irr Sear W-derf-d

repeater a'd seed rr 's ma' er. K-ee a .'o · i :

hustler,. WOI.VERINE SOAP CO., Dejy. C2P. Grai. 1

Rapids, Michigan.

-- ;

FUTURE OF THE FILM

rav y >ur o«'t. FRANCl ' care \an1er Bro*.' Showit week of Jd'.e iO. Daimlie. I'eii.iylyanla.
WANTED, ' r Stti'e x .Am'iwm i t Troup*. Mf'rv-OoH titvi. V ;tU Wheel a .1 s'lxrinz OiLtry hr

AGENTS MAKE 500«, PROFIT ' andllr.e Au'o Mj-e. i

crams. New P .te^ w.- do'o' Le"er'. Trar-fer

Fegs. Ncyel'y 'i;-s

eree HINTON Co.;

1133 No. AVelf: >',. Chirazo.

·BUSINESS PROGRESS". the real "R-jOre..
Chance" misazi'e. i c:.: rra'^ual r'at'. ' l-a-| ond «iifre«'.lcms ' I'a-' ; a rua.l ordc h'j-i: f-< i every month. Tuee m-: ' -' trial rihsciip'lon. 23'; j 4 eampie corles. l''r. TLI Cliern'. Kan.'as City. Mo.

Are the d'lors of t!.c motion pi "'r*' «tudio' closed to the ont-ide wrifer? The luttle oxer th.at <| .""iiin N ruc m: r-d L'd In the paces of ccrt.t.n macazincs p:ldished in the li,tfrci.t of t!"-e vtIiu mike thtlr llvlne with ti.eir typew'riters nd amone the ni- mbcr' < f ti.e I.- . zue of .Aim rioan Pen Women. Mulinn picture m.cna'ey s.iv they .are alvrays on the lookout for c»<id seemirios. -And W.ll Hays 'ay' if would he fooli-h to Ulleve that prixlucers vyutild bar pood iib-u' jurt liecatise tlu'T ortcinated in the mind of someone not .i staff writer. But
iiVcT' peint to the r<'cord to show tli.it there an very, very few time* when the otit'ider Bets inside.

sea-'on. .AJIte-'S D. E. P.ADtiKl r, .Anileyer, N, J.
WANTED--Carilxal Comrany. «hcwi and Riles. :ceh ati'.iul Raeks Cou r Fair. S'nckfnn. K
Auau-t 2''h to 2."h. h. :u<lve. w;,h to cnniriet a' .4 e Write Immediately, ijuotlr.g fems. D. K. lil ItLlN. Seetetiry.
WANTED, for Cciit.'T Fair. H'f x. .'h>sra ar.d ixher Cu. es»l<x s Al.pe.s sFi'RirrART. Merrick Coun¬
ty F4'r. I'entral City, Neira-k*.

CARDBOARD SIGNS-v,,,

e,,,

Now the truth probabl.r I' that the prodtieer would welcome n scenario hr an

Samrif' 1" ce:'=. STAR SALE>, B'l b-.

'

F. New T rk.

ju'.>'12 ;

COUNTY DISTRIBUTORS WASTED--Sell rem T emc-'a'ic Aut. ma'lr I'a:'urf:''- l'·:.·roI .A'iac'imx*

for Ferds. Btz P'r*:'; f'.'' cr r-<rt time. B : : '

SaCe air. doubles mi . e A 'a bed i'. two mlnu'f-

no drIIIlr:. D rs a'P '.lati v fxa 'ly ·»' -t F't 1

Manual aay« do bv la i I'.l "ae nr - i;- . T'.er-

moytatl'* Carburf 'r i 

u ' B'.r c^e ''c-e

Write tndav A C BT IN' KE A CO., De;:. <711. k :

AVe-t Lake St.. Cbiraro

.X

DEMONSTRATORS.

ni'i'i.

've-

Ha- i e \ 1

ID-

out'ider if it sh'iwed l>oth oriciu .ii'y and techni'ine and fltt' d his plans. But too often where tip re is orisinality then' i' no tecliniunc and where there is technhine there is little oriBinality. So '.*> m:ini''i'riiit is cast aside and the pr'ducer turns

to his staff writers. H*' has ifO f!.- editorial view.

I'rodticers shot:ld realize that '·re i- a leiint ,nt issue which not only afTccts

writers, hut is v.'al to motion pictures. Fietlivn his hern cnriclicd hy d.-awini; from a wide circle. T  stac* al'o has I' cn . nri' h'd to some cxti iit .inil w'otild hp

still better if it d'* -.v m re often from tiie ont-iders. l.ltorii'i're ami drama are

re.illy folk movi nients arisinc from 'b- pei.pic. if motion piclnn s ih p-nd loo mtieli

on their

wri'i -s the liim dr.mia is -tire to l>e n.irrow'. d and warped in view,

pe nt. That tecihney i' appartnf in m.tn.r of fl" production-. T

silrer screen

i an prosper only a' it is eMi^'antly r'nevv<'H and « ririeh' d by con'Hi iitions from tin*

whole held of men and women who feel %!e urge to wri'e.

BOOKS
4o WORD. CASH NO ADV LESS THAN IS*. So WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figur* It On* Rat* Only--S** N*t* B*l*«.

JOKES.

E. BFEBF., Billboard. Cincinnati, Ohm lul'A

WE FURNISH CATALOGS cf faat-sellliut B>veltv.

.Niwr.tiey. Samr '· ca ,

with wholesal* pn.'w

I!-'. M ee"

ORPHlWli CO. 1300 Cornell si.

l .. a y. II.. . vis.

jull't

tb ' .

tf ' Tt

N . . .·<

26 N I d

. r :' 'aid, 0>fz,-

EARN SIO DAILY S''Te->-,c Mir-·- . P'.'ir.z R*-

er,l>hi« : 't-' v-r. If-ji

r>, ,-.ie;s,--- '- t. .

TaNeoa-e Bejc , p o -b-v -ur- --hr 1. RORERT-

80N-DEGIE l aboratories. 1133 Brcad 'ay N. w

,57 s2; it K s «'««

«« H.« «

--MILWAUKEE JOURNAL.

K.-Sga k kk s kxTs

%'tf k i; « k K s :j s « « j;S« k « 1

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
4* WORD. CASH NO ADV LESS THAN 75-. 6* WORD. CA«H. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figure it On* Rite Only--see N*t* Bella*

York.

>u'y26x

EASY AtONEY arplr ? yryciie <4 Ja ;· - * V

?T! = '*r '

cemi' .a 1 '4I. Ti-

te;t 5r. Sam-'e frie KALCn. 323.'! Hairi.-'.-. Ar^

B'-rton. Ma5^a l.'j-e"'.

GET OUR FREE SAMPLE CASE--T

Pe-'uinrv a d >' '

"

. -''j.

LA DERMA CO. !>' · KK. >'. 1 -

CO IN BUSINESS . .1 >1,7 . 4 . I!
c'l 'r ;;c'a' r.ur it.-*'
to make fen .4-- ri' ' '

r-er m

.-

· ·vr ; :a

F.r ·ur'h<:

STREET MEN. FAIR WORKERS--Ta

Tey t.iy

\ r

. 1:

the ].' V ' m ev'-v ; rl ,>r

''·II fer -

>.mple il-'ze. . «I.J5; *13 50 rr.TOY

'HY' I'f*. 29'!' ' .''...re G-.rc Avc.. ·'! ; a.'". F. <

y

Pa'ertvd--Nl. 1.371.0'in. Nr. 111.162. W. H.

D irn.

WE

START YOU WITHOUT 4tv. C'AKNATIiiN I 0 .

A DOLLAR.

i|'. I'.xpericiire 11.

Dt'P'

au;2

UNDER YOUR OWN NAME c- hr

-e'l

1 .. fry' 'I r'.. .Ama' z rr 'it.-. .',m:'r'. ci--

r

' V  . order. Sample N x. 15(- I'l'ST'fK

I'i;.ilit . X.' CO. 402 W'e.t 23rd Street, New Y"''

A. nif'.r '.v'e; --yx' yf.i. old: known

.

I tIi.T MP.HN PARK. A W. Clemc:;.',

I.a Fayette, liulia a.

OFFER--Immcdi i'e delieery

-x rli-v. <15 Op deny

a d lit': Pi'.'ariv-. f15.l.p t-v 5'.'". ...i. ('e s. <25 ...|

·n f

Lvnx <150.. to Jjy.wi; IlaJ'.r.. |7 '·

F

J7.5P. F.'ic.r. <7 3". Arma lilln-. fleO ea i.

I 1-1 i-a Fi.-lv«. f'- ' O; Mexi an F.agle,. 71 j u.>

'll t vj. 725 90: Y.'!l'''y-ned.4 Parrot*. $7 50; Re.i

H al-. tS.I'O an.l numvroua o't.e- pU «b i* at-

tr.i 'I'n* SNAKE KING. Brownsrllle. Teia.v

)uly36

PPaiRIE WOLF OR COYOTE PUPS, rl n age in I' I c, 71.1'U ea.h; 77."0 f'.r two. Mvi.ey with

Biggest Money
hN.i n.'Wcsl tl.'itriitio >r.h'r i.'.in. Parthulurs. 6. W'. ';'. chi.'Mg ..

Maker Out,
lunncv-ntakin.: mallW. JOHNSON, 7.12s

EIGHT COLLECTION LETTERS that will coH.v't

.'V am 1 w I'll I' fr

< i 'be d iuch m l

H ii'!i .1 , M, f .r ibiriv .

5-.'.u. write M

knight MlENl'V. 211 W. .MTera ai St . lawi <

\

Km.'u >y.

jul) I

INCH DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENT. 161 ma.arlne*

  e $15; v,.,r. <5..

WiUlD'S I'UPILMt

SVItVICFS. .AtUiiiic City. Nev* Jervry.

a-hiteiJ N xTIONaL .CFTLFP.Y CO. Bex vl le. Te:.re<?ee.

HERE THEY ARE--> 4'.'; * 'irv. t50 , rr'
BLR to.. Dept. 5.,'

'er,i r-rpiv K- t i ;f B. 0 G 'It |>.

. Pa.

'.1 2'`x

LINSEED OIL SUBSTITUTE

I

p. ·

-nu.l t.-· P,

t .'

fxreu e. .A;e'tj ma'-e m a e-

r

a' -ms

iV'e. « , -vmp'e

larticularj. A drc5« PR 't'HN'ON, B x "5J, Me.;

Pbi.-, Tr: · '.-'fe

MAGAZINE men. (

Mj

w:-e, r , v-

f'erlei.re Re eirl' 'tee if ry.

ed. I 1 !l' FI \-

nON MANAGER. 226 AVcrtl Huilding. F rt W r' .

'Texa?.

MAKE BIG MONEY--Spare n- f. ·; time. X" .ap`'al

cr exrcrie.' e rebUired N-x, «.!.'iftii p-..; -

"Old M.-'er" Automr' Fe Q am.' 0-e«,

? '

car ·-·lay--drive tom r-

P.eau '';l. dcri .»

fae-rry-like P:«ver

Tlxcl .'b- ver- 'orv'

F--» ·- ·

*im;.'e AKRON PAINT PltODT'cT' CO, p.p- 7<

A«ron. Ohi

'il.r26x

male PR female wanted

I

' ' _

3: ' - \'b S' . I 'It,. . . r;.

- r* '^.i. n

r .to -
HKl'.F.'tT. ; -Iyl2

medicine agents

H-

D

30 D X
·ar- f . .

LET MED

r'n\> nv-

510 daily

tlnz miirot.r. pla'b.z at"! rtf'li-liii.r

'.r-. autos. Is'l.-. tbi'rb :r., bv .. .v -m' .-1. C'J :'« furtl-'el. Wutc GLN.MKT.Vl. < 1'

.\vf. G. !>· diur. I .1 1.-.

au. 2

23 WOMEN NEEDED I-

iir r rracl.'H'. ' rue tel

P · .

It ri'i! m'licy. p- '"it.. '

a..

.·

11 rat'  in'er. a y 11 ."r.te a'

KVK'tYltODV .' Itl'BBLR STPPLY CO

I' ' u:,h. P ..I.-., vai.ia.

July:

30n", PR0FIT-(J i|,'.

r.

Klea' R 'e Ms.'if

U,.

· < Icthea vvitli u rii .

> a tiidnf !· , '!:n;.;r« lue. I'.l-lEVLlt

i'iPtlH I' CO. l..l"-B III..' Park. Chi. a..i.

x

i ici: return tf out of sliH-k. .sWIlT, sterling, c '' Julyl2

PURF-BREO. Siiow-Uliite Car.a.lidii INkiiit.) TNipr

w

vv .ed. 10 4 1- $25, li.nalf- «

I'HH

III Ilf'J.N /IK' GA111H..N. laiiiim l. .Mi'a.i,i,la.

SMAIL SHETLAND PONY --'tallbm. hay \ 1

.I 'l." A y I J .an h. ft Pibe <s

U .lie

B a k n.'i^.all M

ii.il :· .-

I k nt.i'e G ,· Date Ik.hfrniaii

r pill IJ-.X .MID Ptrr SHOP. 1125 Vine SI

t ali. Oble.

SNAKES, barmif-i, a-.', rlf.l, 12 to 20, <10; Cm'..l»

I* d'v. m.He, 7* "0; f. uiale, 7".W). Pair prairie

D

75

ca-h with order LKM L.MRD.

ILrj-er. Ka.-aj.

julyj

AMMALS. BIRDS AND PETS

4c WORD CASH NO ADV LESS THAN 7if^

6e WORD. cash. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.

Figure at On* Ritn Only--s,,

Below

For Sale--1924 Cub Bears.

STUFFED FISH AND ALLIGATORS P-mipii e

. Ii.li. I -w I -It, > . a Fl.b. Sa .1*.

·' I Ml. I l: 6 I . \ k'el Fi.,h. Trl--

· ir Fmli. 71 oo ea-h;

' i" I Mll.al'Ua' .!«. fl.ft'i r.

' ark law . 5 lya M. a'.-. Jtl' FI.FJSCH-

\1\N. r.u5 Fra

Taui

nveld.i.

JlllylP

D'-r. Bu'lffllffaa'io. FF kk TV..>'.'' i:a..' ...n. s,, ; i WANTED TO BUY 'in;

r..'i I'iB-.

B.l.l.ir- F.\ « Ft-'-- I . , oil. male w.b '

VM C:ii- M'.i I. V at iti.'i'' E. E .TOHNSON I II We-t ifth M.. New

AUCTION COMPANY. Cantfii. Illinois

-

-

F ' lerilera, alvxit one

 I

`V only. MIl.I.KIt.

'· cuj

j,,l,5

ALIVE---!

. .1 pi 'tipl' I - "St 'f I". '..I I Ll.Nl. -N.i'h w.iteifo .1. \l

WE SELL snakes CHEAPER than any other l*al«r

\I«.» l ive Animal* f* i i *1.

.'r Mamn '.le

TEXAS snake farm. P o It i ;·.*

ju\>2'. I Hr .ii.nllle. Teia*.

july'26

MAKE 55 00 DAILY AT HOME 25 cent* for paiii. uiaia. Hl'X .'2 l''iilii It.y. Maryland.

PATENTS--Write f.>r mir free Gu.le 14.-,'-- a'

It- .rj ..f llivrl.r .41 U.',.'." I.· .|.· d 'Cliolli,' I'l

vr- . , Sv'.1 m-Irl or ,' h . f

ir i a · tbv f

ir 'fee etaminiliiHi a I i- »iru '. :.-

5 HTt'K I

ll\ VNS A <t».. '.till ai..| G. Warhli.aion. D C

jil I f.

STiniOPTICON STREET ADVERTISING Oii'fit*.

" It *h.|vx. 723. GltDNBKItI} MIX! CO. IrU'

l> I s.ii llhd.. L'lil-ago, lIHun.*. Makrra. Illuvira

11 114 Irve.

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WE START YOU IN BUSINESS. fiiriiMi ea-rylhlng men ami w lueti 7'iU I6> l.v 7III0UU w.cklT oneril
lug i.'ir "New Svatvin S|ie<dally Candy Factorlel" ai'Vwb.re Diir ttiu tty llfrlime. hvmklel free 5V
HIIJ.TKIl IIAGSDAI.K. Drawer 98. Raat llnoc*. N, .V Jel-ry

24 WORDS. :i'.5 |tii,,| \v>,f . . <11 yn AI>'II.r5'l '

411211 Him..Id SI.. .'I. D Ilia. MjMuurl

JillTl'

CARTOONS
S* WORD. CASH NO ADV LFSS THAN 25*. S* WORD. CASH ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE
Ettur* It On* Rate Only--S*n Not* Bel*w.

BALDA'S TRICK DRAWINGS S' I* t. w Ith nep V' I

r. tmia' .1

I '. ,1, I'.i" I T It r

Pet f .rale.I 1 a-

'1. 4't llaa IM.iiiir H r ll.i Itce IIAGII.k MCI' I'ltV It F, D i , >|i. Wi4

`eller

MASTER S WORKS. 710 Wyv

i KKtt-aaf City, YLsiOurt.

CARTOONS, lailertua'I l>. ·I;iia. hyimaln* C'''

IN ANSWERING CLASSIFIED ADS, PLEASE MENTION THE BILLBOARD.

ma le ' > crd. t

jp,

HF.RVICE. Ihhkuah. Wla xaiiln.

llALH.k

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JULY 5, 1924

Xlie Billtiosrd

For Sale--Two Mills Auto- vniiR audience will w«rin lp to now. newel [ FOR SALE--TrtmilJ Hoi'al. · !C 

H'x Mt, fuilv I

ni. Iv j'.d Trick < ^tlcemi. Two POliipIrt* pro-

.1 I tm t.|*frai»riK Xi/ImU-Uu, Va. Write!

* - ..III talk *'" . \ 'r a l f l(Mi\ s\?^ IK'I
,0,, i.ghtning

Ii.tl Itnini. liofij. b> a i.iikVatnuiial

-r o»f

KOOTLIUHT CAK-I

I'ori.-moulh. Uliio.

AU*J |

stunts with, chalk, ji.oo. I

M K

ApiMlathia.

julyl^i

FOR SALE--M ^iri/r.l Siium, *iIIx7w

li'.jj *op,

Jl-ft, ler.kili.<

tM 1 ti fiM

' . p.

riat .U.* , I ·Itllplrl r ; Irnplha lilue., tti.i iiii.p-.

tUit t.h,

I

iiiHtlr SAlfvnK'ii. nj nt T*-ndi-rs. in Absolutely first-l ias- isiiid tinn. k''ssl as new. Kor qiiiek
ale $lU<Mat for tlie txvo Buyers must pay  xl'ress rliarces. Adilress S. S. DIGGS. .>'1 W

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otti'-' a . fit.i- lii)f*:>'ai f'in; Ipte. rej Iv 'r-r riMi! llltli St.. Norfolk, Virciua. Ill'll *r I <iF:«Mt(!K UOHUn.-i. r.lit N.-Itlinf.l SI . .Notiia. ().'

JulylJ

FOUR TYPEWRITERS, at Rood a? new. la;* models.

ail cuarsiitetd. JUS up. J. P. RLDINOTON,

s. ramwi. Pa.

julylt

MILLS OPERATOR BELLS, aiuroiniim fjoi'ts. juara-.;i-e.| like iie«. «.')0.lii,. PlNirrfKICLtSS TIKB

I'll. \|nii:i. .tlaudlDa.

sepiS

CONCESSIONS WANTED
WORD CASH NO AOV IFSS THAN 25c. 5 WORO CA-H ATTRACTIVF FIRST LINE.
Fiour* at On* Rat* Only--So* Not* Below.

FOR SALE-NEW GOODS
S< WORD CASH NO ADV LFSS THAN 25e. Jo WORD. CASH ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE
Figur* at On* Rata Only--Sr* Note Below.

Wanted, Concessions for Bi^| Xylophone for Sale--Dea^an

I . War V.teran« i:<-iini..n, r.ih. Ifti. Ttli ... 1 sf i.f \iii: I t. |·llrIllvals. m- rry-ir i rniind iln!l l . ris wiie. Is. Write BYRON WELLS.

*'»> . ' tavt - L'n iraiItfH'ifl tm-w  ' » "'«; sell I .r .. 0-CAR WOLTER,
.la k'el: .St . Ml Wnllk..-. W S, 11,1.111.

Lord's Prayer on Pinhead.

Mu-rosfope. triixid. description sheet. AJii

uMl up. SHAW, Victoria. Missouri.

jiilylD

Opera Chairs at Cut Prices.

I'Ll In and npholatered at

le-is than

··Trust" f,iiotatiouM

Scatini; plans free.

Iieii't h'lr till you get our priifs. J. P.

REDINGTON. .Scranton, Pa.

julyPJ

NASHVILLE OR TALBOT Eledri. Candy I loss Ma-

I liii.e, eie trie heal, eleiti. pewer. while enamel

ii . ii-*d four «e*k5. li'.'i dollar.-. IJK.xitLEY. 317

K. Patr.tay.

S., Pitti-tnirg. I'eiiii<>lvaiiia.

RICHARDSON ROOT BEER BARRELS, good at

11'->. a baiaain. UARJtY XlcKAV. Bradley Ho*H,

aii,j.;i>.

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ROLLER RACER--No rraycnabl* offer refuswL t H.\S. KOHLER. LalitiLic Park. Flint. Mlob.
julyS

II, W it. .Xrkansa.s

_

Wanted--Concessions, Merry-

I... He ml. all kind- of Baiiie- for big i-e'c-

...

P.irk Julx' I*" ami lit CAR-

SON HIGGINBOTHAM. Seereiiiiy. Kavenden

ARCADE MACHINES--I' s.-,!,-

v.i'Ii il.e

"1' . ' · I'ti-. ttta '.isr 1 i "sle .'fr-i.

il pe-. ' ni'.'ina ,hr . · ;aei.in-ie

 -iin-

tir-i' 104 ''e., .s| ii di,tout,t. l.VTl.UV\.

T t-k tl. Ml Tii.si tH`K lO. j.'ij W 23Td . V .v

''tk'

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15 Mills 5c Mint Vending Ma- [SECOND HAND TRUNKS--.Army Pitchmen Cane*. P4'!i. *1.30; Aiiny Id.iker., ea h. F3.IKI; Fiber and

chiue-. F r-t elii-<s cniidifion. with checks,

each CHAS. WAGNER. T1 Nichols .\ve..

Broiikl.x u, N. Y.

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T! eatrical Truhk.s. ficin *7 Oil to (13.00. It will

psy you to ,-all at my ttoic. Open erie.lnr* also

util !t p.iii Iic-^oiira re'iuirei! i«i all orders.

.1. COHEN. 33 Csiu! St . .New York.

juUS

i- -.uk*. -'rk Write, wire, phone or come on
Wanted--Rides and Conces-
- .. xiigU'l ·-'It 2! ·-'2 and 'JR--Day and r kill la r C. M PARTRIDGE. Scen tary. |;.tk;ii -t Fair, llin kpnrt. Iiid ana
CONCESSIONS WANTEO-Ie.ion Hme Coral.n*. Ju.i Fiaith. Shady psik. Hie crowd. Loda. IlL

ARK KIDS. '

lua'l-, *1 33 e. !i: Sniffed Cj"-

T.t ·« Il I!;" l .'4 . sXiAMilUK Ml\ -

ELfY 111, '

^..4mi:e S'... Cini'.nr.aii, O JulyU

FOR SALE--Tjupa c:-.-.-! Hare fifty new Mills .Mint .Mi li T.i-. u^.'.f : .- tha.-i two week; to two

AbK.iu'elv imfe.i Make offer. A. U

\\1.;>.''. '1.' Talk.-*. T4."j;a. El.itiaa.

julyS

FOR SALE--Ball Carae. romplete. iuitahle for fairs

111, M' Ai-n.ie. l.di.ols

iked long. Opilyke Are..

S250 Crystal Snow Sundae Ma-
chine complete. ini-Iudiug banucra and ex¬ tra- I'-i-d onl.v a few weeks. Price $1-30, de|Misit $2-'>. £. LEUBDSCHER, Westminiater Hotel, SciantoD, Pennsylvania.
ARCADE MACHINES--Just reselred thirty floor alxe, srcnnd-hiiid · S'ee;" Mutoscopcs. u.-ed In New York
1 iiidy ati.rrs oiiiy fo'ir neek.<. 'These mot,ey-making 'iiiiliines aie o.ir iifw style make. In fir-t-class condltluo. abaoluteiy as jorjd as new. Price. S3T.50

SLOT MACHINES-Af 'ls T.ihe iv Bells, 30lh Ccntun-. l»ewe-.4. (·ickei.s. Ctiei^- It'.v-. Firffly Eleitrle

.«hockers, Puiitaii. Perfei-t: 1.4. Welkhini; .Scales.

Bei.-Hur?. Itu-y It,-. W re fnr prh-es. UNI¬

VERSAL OPIlt.ATINt; CDMI'ANY. Yonkers and

Central .Are.. Yonkeis. New Y-rk

juljS

SLOT MACHINES--Wanted to buy anv quantity

·lightly u.-ed Mills Cour::rr (1. K Yen lers. Muat

be rood condltloei and pr: ed right.

A

SON.-. 7"0 K n.-u - . , , .

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wiMTEO HI

S'o«i. I ikne-'iciis, for erar.d

p,

.f re« park. Julv 4 h In 12th. li',clu«lvr

H ·ar' " fa.-iitlrs werkin- full t;mf picr.ty

e*m -rT

lie- f-ot. FNrryihit * open, come

,4 I'll AN c.homt:: park, b.-a bi3. Kkva. 111.

LONG-EAKINS POPCORN CRISPETTE MACHINE
f r .Sa> (neil a: a bargain. C. A. RFJNUAUD. 13 1 l.ln.-oin .A'e.. Chicago.

eaih. ivmpiete ultli reel. This U an excelic<,t

ppirtmilo'. Wire etders at once. INTERNA¬

TIONAL MUTOstOPE CO.. 538 West aSrd Street.

New York.

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SLOT MACHINES, n-.v 4- 1 -1-o-il-hand hnnght. `·id. lea-c I. re-.iair- I .; .| ex iui.ged XA'rlte for
Illustrative ai d .lea. rin' ve i|-t We have for Imme-
.llate delivery M iir .l.-'inl' :< O K Gum Venders, all In 3- a-,d 23c r'av. AUq It-. wnle-. Eagles. Nation¬

WANTED Sh.x.s «r.d C«irr-*io-

Tipton County

Fr*- Kilr Au.-u*t IS to 13. Tipton. Ind. J. M

LILLY, se rfity.

au^

ra li K a a a. a a :: a jT.-j a a a a a a a:a a a a a a ira~«^ a ga ggysygargHHiMa a al

als. .Tudge*. P.iU and all s'v'.-a an 1 m.ikes Ino nu¬ merous tr> men'Inn. -kernl In v.mr old Ppera'or Rells ai l let iH in.ike tbe-n I'lt.i nm-vv-ge--li.g iwo-Mt ma-hlnes with cur imnn'T'd .nl-, ,le-e. 1 w and pay-out

lOSTUMES. WARDROBES

CHINA'S MOST FAMOUS ACTOR

slides. Our ec-.--riniIon 's f*->l pr.-*f and mail* for

Intig distante oper»tcr with on- imnrt'veil purts. We

do machl: e re: air wn-k

ail kin s Address P.

O. BOX 1*8. North .-tide Station. Plttslmrgh. Pa.

AND UNIFORMS
3i WORO. CASH. NO AOV LESS THAN 2So. k WORO CASH ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figure at On* Rat* Only--Se* Not* Bcl*w.

SI CCESSFri. tni n are said to be r'lini d l y success. S;iy8 Achilles in The North I'li na 111 .-aid. With Mel Lan F'ang Hie adage, "Nothing eui.-teeds like succcen", l-« mil'h m irc npt. He is glorioii-ly fr. e fri m those ailmente so frequently created liy pro-p.-r:t> ; x. t he is iindouhtedly the iiin-t famous Chinese actor. His n.tmc is

·

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SLOT MACHINES of a'l kinds wanted to buy for

' i-b. PENNY .ARC.XDE. .Xlndand Beach. Staten

I- S' I. New A" rk.

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At STAGE WARDROBE. l-w<--t ;>ii,.r Spe. ti'L-e I I'., ; I. 4. Wrip,. Ithh '·. .fe - i l. r I
ur ·''m.! '·' 'Lb :» a; eit 1 1.. I's- Ir.k -ivd S" -

I,-r. .s H-vue .f r'**-.

. r ;;4'.t .-i At. 1 p-g;:

*k-Ti e O'-r 1' >

»· ' rmir I

A Ct»N-l

LEV. I«1 Wf-t ;.,i h S' . Ne.- V -k CP}.

ju.v;. I

known a,r<'-- tli.- world: In China It is alwnys mentioned when superficial reference I- made to the s'.ige, or when Chinese m.ike explanatory remarks to uninitiated fori ;goers a*Hii.t tin- Tl.ini-e theater. Siriy Imoks by tourists and others on matters
gemral .appertaining to tTiii'.,i contain n-f,n n-however slight and inaccurate, to .Mel I.an F.iiig. W ' . n l,e x'-.t.-d .I.ipan Le r* veiled an r.nsurp.issi-d ovation. Japane-e girl- wi-r.t  X!i i-ii.ad" ov. r l..!ii. as Mr. M. T. Z. Tyau remarks In passing com-

SLOT MACHINES AND SUPPLIES^ LANO. 831

DiTision St., Toledo. Ohio.

juI19

TALBOT WAFFLE TRUNK .1 Umbrella, used 3 111 nth-, v.ily ' ". r. l.v:; XND RAKBK. 71 EL
Geiie-ee St.. .Xulmrn. .New 5"'rk

BAND COATS. dJ.'k I'·!* f'' tr mialnk. $''' a

IT;-.

PAUL DlTl. care BiHbatd

N>., V -k <'.tv

lu'. 'iJ

nil ni iry ,.n i!.- st.ig. in ila- Ka-t in l ae of the chapters of his l^k, "China -Aw .iki lied". Ii. I s fll.ijej lH-fi,re. iiii-r und been feted by presidents and generals. He l.js re. lu. ii Vii in. d,!;- from le ,il;hg l.gl.t- ..- tokens of their esteem. All this praUe, ,x;.i,--i.l u:.l .mpuid. lias lift l,;iu iiniaiiiled ly pride.

[THOUSAND SHEETS M 1 -re! P., er. thlr'y .lollire; t.ie've Lu.':dn I D -e F; nes. tif-r. n dcilian: Bill
iTrtir.k. ten. luio-". balance C. O. 1). J. `MITH, I R. 1 Hill. Pe; n-y.Tauia.

BAND UNIFORMS--E./Mren De M

nnV-

I; -1-

iiiti 1.1;

-t. dll k. A'l"-- · 'h , - -

, 1 ' P .-

> ·» nm-h. nl r v trlni'n ! ··

i-.l ; .-'I .1 aid ri ,1 i · ^ve*. I -, I l:r m-' ! ' **4.f e -MiiMier --1 '1. .A t: -I. -cm- I

I <,-> "i-h III m,'.- f, r -icie. nr-rt · -i r L e |

r-b. --. I ' w- le ' e< I m: Mr te" ·'-rr-; - e ;

«i-. ' - J  I 14.'' fi I or oPr ·

dep-i'. .

1,: fC o I' nil LA ni NNl Tt. Mi.a a. Mii.n.

BIG CLOWN FEET 1« Imlirs Imr. lanti' ge*>e'S.

ri-'f-' .

2 tn4-.-'Ul a- 1 wrll m If.

l-w l 14. 1-: y i",i. JI.NtiLl H AMMOND. Adt:

M ki-

Iu'.yT2

COWBOY CHAPS F.'i >0 v: ; H' -t-. Ft': . ^

It 1- It- r -4. My. f .- in - . Till

C -L » .i T. . A' l.i '. r inn :e'e, n.;

I- 1M < ii.- lliii 1-1 <

I'.4'

I- 

. IL-i . Ii;,;'- C :l, M Miatv 1 4 «. '

Cd r

r l n-r-.n. 5li ' i iiv; I'./' '. '

I' -- r.. ... . I M ; 1  n T.-i .

V

11(1. « .3 1.. A .In i' < ..niri .

ui . G' -

I) · XI ·

. Hj 1-t  ueie '. t 4'< .uj Skirl

MXMIV.

XX -. -.3 1

Nr.' Yiik.

Tlo-

-r iii'-iii.hg at one o clis k. after tin- p- rfurmance of "I40 Shun", one of

Lis b*-t pill,'. « - our. Mei l.au Fang g.ve the wri'er a delightful reception behind

the scri ns. T... tri · ' !.g wluili lie extended to this foreigner could not have been

more frieu Ev ,,r .

ng.

Altlio Ml i l.i.il I · · 11 acting lx fore some 3.000 people for nearly two hours, win¬

ning the r.s .ui aii.i...nt of I. -d attention und enthu-iastic applause, bo was as fresh

as if he Lad t. aiv cmiijiL ' d a gentle game of tennis.

Mel l..n F.-k ir.tind- to xi-it America next year. The writer told him he

O'kght to go to l.iiklaiid. lie grew entluisiustic over the idea.

If audien. 1 - ill E iroiM- xxcre given the ehanee to see Mel Lan Fang in his graceful

slag, parts, t · ir ii.t. --; In I lima would be stimulated. He would act the role

»f all ainbass iil-r. 1. i iil feein g bctwicn the East and West would be a-sisted. He

]M,s-. . - s. ni T y of : .e at:r;bute« of the best Chinese. His decorum on the stage

and 1 IT Is ix r;- · : ins ,i rmis obviou-; his good will is evident in his various

atii-iipts to ci\. tie uiiie-l i>i-sihle satisfuetion at all times when he Is aeting.

11 s |..iri. .1.- .ill V. I. knii'v his name are aware, is that of impersonator of

feiuin.ne rolls. F-r tin- le- i' well iiiialitied by his build. The .Aiujllo type of

imia .- ofti a legariUd as a' if le' frc.|Uently Is--rather flabl*y. M.-i is not. His

*m''"th loiiii'en.in >· and apin-aram e on the stage of bi'iug indistinguishable from

,a la-i iDiting IT nese dam-i I are con'ideniMy assisted bj paint and powib r, as is

inevitable. Bi li.t d the sincns b'- is a most pleasant Chinese genlleman xvifh a

maK'ulioe air prcnounicd enough to absolve him fi-m being eonsidered elTiminate.

--NEW YORK TELEGRAM-MAIL.

TRAVER SEAPLANE, sta'lrwiarv park sire, cnmpleta

viith motor, *'3.3riO F t». II. Clev- and 0-:e Rleh-

aidscij large sire I.Feriv Rc-.f P.-rr Barrel. S550

ii 7.. AMT'SEMF.Vr CO . Plvmouth BLdg.. OeTe-

land. O.

julyia

TWENTY LEATHEROID SALESMAN'S TRUNKS, IV.th carrying cases. aM In fir-t-.lau condition.
- >tiie good as new. Ci>if v.i j c»- h; will sell at 125. REDINGTON CO.. S. raiitcii. Pennsylvania. lulylj

800 VENEER BACKS AND SEATS, fer any slXR

· hair N-W. FL -d a' 1 fc.Uh, 1 to suit. J. P.

REDINGTON. Scran- m. I'a.

Iulyl9

TWO BUTTER KIST POP CORN MACHINES, one a!! electric, one ga- .c | e - . in rerfect cm-

dltlm. a bargain. HARRY xi KAY. Bradley Hotel.

Chicago.

julylJ

WARDROBE TRUNK. Urge sir', good caidltlnn.

F23.0O: Pr'»ivr:y Tra.

$13 >0: Tii.xeilo Suit.:

(20.00; Silk Ha; *3 3 ;. p-in. e .X.berfs.

cut-

aiays. *1.3n Sum;, ter list WALL.ACE. *1«

Waveland, Chicago.

tVENiNG GOWNS-p.. an'ifu' r r-,.. e'. i '; . .n,n>'e

I ; T'-e.. - , it:.".: rabc D-< Mi-*. F

r>^ , '

.. M ···:*; >.· . It*;' H

«.' .

I- ex. 4 «tin. ILk! .-I''; H,.'^ v. - XX*-,!-

I" T-

P- Tru K. `13 7 .. j-'.m;' t-.r

L-' xxxii.xi F. s;.; xxit.'4.,.|. c! :-'-

--.

ITCIUSIVI GOWNS. ( 4-4 er I'.-e T

« ' '·  *3' . XX .. n ' e Tru:

\X

D  t'A'ne I, SEYMOUR. Ill' F: ajiaj. 1

. .. N. < X ,k r tv

FLASHY COSTUMES for III. >0 » I C Ine-e X|i-

t
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' < I rn, s,-4--V rcitv. II..a':4ii Otle-'al .g f.-'irj ' .f a. } I t. X DXUF'.. Tliea'r  vl
.. '-X I--nan .Ar.'iiue. Uahnai. N J 'u;>13

CRAY LNIFDRM COATS. XVbl'e C.i-- *· 1 Trerri*.

` . XX

I'

1 .4 , as- rte 1 *1 -r*

'

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'll, «:I 11 .1, Ilia I.- Ii. .It let. -irw

. '**·4' ' `1 « '> jr*

('!i'iTT1

*

·  UI 1 ' I a -. r XX . >3 30 s' , u'der a id

F. - F. «: « ' -,n .-I.XM.IA'.

XVes' 33d St.,

FMORT FATIIN CHORUS ORFSSFS. '\ ted. rtx

-· I  ' ' I' '

> ..

» '

lit I'.Ilk. .,·!. a <1

II I. *33 taketi, '. `II .V

all: six Frslhri-

T4 I -

!'· . I-. `13 s..'l" ' nhiet'es. *3

*

D'r .. . t-'....ii.r4

iiais. ' f i'-h:

*.

Un.r.i:. r II4 . 1 r- s

'.s'.'

' r . V 1.', s.ma e f. . · X  .'lime .1 1'.

. · 'a "'I.'t i.HilUt DK l.FUMXN. 13

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'- I I'l. Ii.iia'l 11 

LN FORM COATS. *loi'. New B ir t il'riin C.ii'

M "· I

t ,Mis.

' n > Nrw 3,.rk City,

jamkikf. rs-.i W*4l

EXCHANGE OR SWAP

6 EXHIBIT 1-2-3 F-ll Gun M4.`i es. *100 *3.100 I.'t 2 s- i jji-y XI ;. \. ,1 P .-.-.y pS

ISUSSKSJXHKSSRaSKK S « « g « « K"k"K K K R « « rf « « « K K « Jt « K « K « )

Target Prarilcc. c .·* -ii'b an: :iii';- ball vender ar:d 3."00 14 : mm. ea. ii. *3^ 3": .'ost IB *30.00 each vi `ii 3." s> ..1 , . 1, 1 Ex'iit'it RuT^

FOR SALE OR TRADE
.Ae WORD, CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.

CANDY FLOSS MACHINES bou,-::' and told; old

. r I fiv !· V. I lure a niA- hine not in u*e

1' e n* AUTOMATIC FISUI'OND CO.. 20H

Aaam.s Toledc. Uhio.

auglB

Eye Target P:4 -I e. n'li an-, ir. iC '.ill g-im v.t .jing

attaciinicnt, f33.."- c.-,- `r,.."' P XValtcr 1-2-3

B.ill Gum Vir. l.'r4, , .nit'', -e w:' 3 1.. k^. wall

brackets and exTi a-:4. l;ni. ;·

'4' `'-'d only 2

ball* every 5;h p.- : :: t-.."- cv. pcli: 13 "alls

5o WORD CASH. FIRST LINE LARGE TYPE. Figure at On* Rate Oalv--Se* Note Below.
For Sale--12 Boat Venetian

CANE RACK OUTFIT, cheir. $9: eight dozen eancs. I"., i.ii.- . . tj I Ki;ii $1 take* It, l.al*i.ie
C P. D IMTED XV.XTCH CO.. .Mi. :ieapoli», .Minn.

lOe If de-;rid: li.. I-

.4;.-.

glei.e; <7 30

ea h. never ii-eil. `73.50 'ot-

wbolftale.

Hlgli-Gra e Ball Gj-n. 3 '. per 1"'. 10 ihn. Rail*. (Ft.nO. T..U U o>ni: >;e lisu M  leg all giitr-

aiiti-td. 11 .'e emit l'ii.-ine?.4 I'lve . ur lamp unle**

:«'r del"-it is aent. LE.XIKE. 3'1'1 Ijth St..

s« k r-!· t .III t 1 kc n. « X I I'.-s C. V.

DUDLEY. ... 3 S' Mat. >1 . (

g.

FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND GOODS
4* WORD, CASH NO AOV LESS THAN 25o.
Be WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.

CORN POPPER--Royal C.a..-e«j|rio Model. »e!f-»fi- Dctioit, Mnhlgan.

'e:y >p.-r,Li Haa hinge 1 and cia-iH-d

1 .-arrying . a.-e. Itrai ,1 nee. 1 u' allglitiy s ra-cl:*.!. I 20a2O TENT. *::5: Mxl3 Ne v K a-' Ten. *!»!: l.'xlL

>»i>. NORTHSIDE to.. l..i»8 1 ifl.i. Dci Moines. la.

fair con.li'loii. *30;

Irciy F n-i 'i, «i h iMimer

July 19 *33; 0::e-T'did H. P. M itiK, g si order. <15; Peer'

le-s E.evtrie P ,. 0. S'hI. CHAS KHILA. FLaak

FIRST-CLASS CONDITION Ttiok Milk Can. Mall Bi-matadt. Kentucky.

F.i t I . I , a:..; I a E-. a|s'. L hai'ted

Fag X'a.-i. lair a

I;e» I' . Shnf.-, -I/e TE. To¬ 30 COWHIDE BAGS. Oxf'rd cut. a bankrupt stoefc

tal ..iiiy J-ij. I.EPRGE L.X\XS0.N. -3ii,i2 Madlauti piir haecii D<. ..red free at J8 each. ATL.l.'A

Xiiiuif, New York City.

TRUNK CO.. Scrat;;.*.. Pa.

julylT

Figure at One Rate Only--S*e Nete B*lo«.
All Kinds Coin Operating Ma-

I FOR SALE I ...g 1 ik!:. Ct:.p,tte Outtlt. ecmplete. ga-.'.|..c. *133.111. with f.'iiuniaa keg Syrup and

6.000 YARDS BATTLESHIP LINOLEUM I'arpct. g iven nient  » lard p. .-fe.t

and C.wlt cjods at

3

. Ls F ill ii..4l a- I'f.i; moat »ell. li-ss tban Hliole*»;e. r - . -.

hal.s. . lub*.

>xxttIE SIinl'l'K. Ti.ayei. Mlaaouri.

etc. J. P. KKDI.NGTON. ra: . , Pa

JuLyl'i

rli n. - BARR NOVELTY COMPANY. Sbnmo-

k u. I'l rn- 11 ail a.

aug'3

Base Ball Pitchino- Machine--
Xiit.iin.i' Nil 1 Xb-.rlicr' 'ii..d..l. Uvuwav. ,1,. , d':v, ll.iv, . g t Ilf tl.i-i Sc.l on,' ur :i I at v.i..- p'iic R. J. DUNN, JP S" C.;nlull S' , « age

FOR SALE--Nickel-plated Sw;n-lng Ladder, fifteen d.rllars. Remi'.gicii TM-ew'ller. »iv*ii dollar*.
'xil'S u.AY D.XXlD'itN G, · I u Aniu,-cme«it Park,
72 l-ake Hoiit. Clevelai d. Oliio.

FOR SALE-D'fl Lf

ID High. Seat*; tiO Length,

< Tier lli.b. .-ie 1 ai: cr aeiaiaie XXhXSH

P.KCniKil.'i. 1307 W Tlump-jii .<1.. Philadelpliia.

Pria aMvauia.

aug2

FORMULAS
BOOK FORM PAMPHLETS OR SHEETS 4* WORO. CASH NO ADV LESS THAN 250. So WORO. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figur* at On* Rat* Only--Se* Nete Belew
Ask Mr. Dodge--Formulas,

y WORO CASH NO AOV LESS THAN 25*. »* WORO. CASH attractive FIRST LINE
Figure (t On* Rat* Only--Se* Net* Belew
lAjlL TRAOE Clnililii: foi Prinlln. Haired. Chi. .1.11

Concession Tent, 18x12, 10-Ft.

w.iH. nwii.ng. irniii, k .,k' XImuiI like m w I XXI I. liHvi W il l. Ui.iii-' .i I'm. Iii't two aI III w Fii ! 'I'll iiiki.' ..i t lliia I- II real buy.

HARR Nol.i Spring-. I.ma

ju ylk'x

for rent, lease or SALE! il SS!!® ****< ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINF.

For Sale--Ladies' Hand-Made
111. :ilrii ;il Iriii k I liici' fiiiirtl - -i/c. goml I'en

»e WORD, cash no AOV IISS THAN 75*. At Ont Rat* Only--Se* N*te Below

.1 I ..11

PIANIST.

urge xx'a-liingtiiii lloicl.

X\ Il iigliMi. P Iiii-ylv;ii,,.i,

for SAlt O ,

low*', lu I Xmiiu-",.'. Pv l.-

NORRIS PISTOL TARGET GUM VENDER, all

lui-lal. ai d Miu.~ ' e t'l*. Pe ny Ba. k Sluxitos-'ot'e.

all Ir.* . *33 "0 14C1 Sin,* S.3."n deikiglt. iMlaiue

C O. D. 1 i:.\NK \K.V.N.X, 911 Triuliy

New

York City.

KHAKI CONCESSION TENT. $x10. Utile use I.
greeu pluali ba-kki.'in d. can I'e ii-wl for different laini's. tu fitwir iru:.k. *40; oxlo Top. used one .|..)4iai. with hir.gr.l frame, two roll-down*, three
. sHleil diiniuiirs with ki .vk-d wn head.-; 1ilxl2 Hard-
, ,1 Frame DIM.ll MXKKI.NUION. 3U BiUeri.l* .ri . U. -'i'll. M.i--ai'liiiselts.

I.cmitniide and Oraugcude Powder. $1,00. P. G. Box lii.3. Albany, New York
Hook Up With a Real, Live
prniHvsititin .1 pesehorino PHrticnlars free. E. A. ROBINSON, llliiffton. Indiiina
Save Dollars With My Formu¬
la- T'-n drink fiirttinli>«; n<m-rtI<T>h<dle; went -.·alcd Price t»ne Dollar. WM B. HFDRICK. tut .Vndersou St.. N. Side. Pitt-burg. Pa

el..",'

'"Ill *'111 ` 1 imrli In I.F rly tllll, - Fi.l-

·'* '"lll.ll, g, ai ' icllllpm ilt. XX' llr f..|

u 1:-?

"'`l a pnnHwIlliai. '-'4td. Cli.clii,,*,,, Ohio.

P.XIIK OXXNUl. cate jul}'26

I NOTE--Teunl All W*rd*. Also Combined Initial* and Number* in Cogy. Figure Total at Oao Rat* Only.
IN ANSWERING CLASSIFIED ADS, PLEASE MENTION THE BILLBOARD.!

(Continued on Page 62)

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62

X ll c lii i 1 1 t3 O cl I*

JULY 5. 1924

20 Formulas for Self-Addressed

.«iniTclIoi|M-` ainKdi silvt. r dirinip.

FORMULA

WIZARD. I'arksv IU», Ki ntui ky.

. ^

"n *n . -·f-i wir

Lun-iic. Mi«h.. wft*k -.nd;

h i Int.^yx\

hHffUirouit. Mi. hll.

U**! 4>1 rti«'

,

.Midi., wttk 2`dh, 1

uIt. NWV'll-lM>tIi.N.

instructions and plans
4^ WORD CASH NO ADV. LESS THAN 25.. Se WORD CASH ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
FioguurrAe at Onae Ratoe Onnll>\-- --Srfoe Naittoe BpoIlow

MAGIC ai clreiuty p(lro«. Btimp for list. Utn-

itKV. GarBvlil Siropl. nayton. Ohio.

ttily.S

MAGIC GOODS. Secrete. Mind Reading. Sd.AT j J..-.'Mt'lill· .-.iitllI \,.mui.. Oiu'piis. Loru Island. lulylj

AUTO POLISH FORMULA. «1.00. Sato< palutlnp. 22 LADY AGENTS m ti te.iIl f.oir HR.ill Gaaimm,*, amndi ^GJ.ui.nM.l

.(·N vo'ir old «ir i(h>k liko nov\, Hn-, on.

>· ·. W ,

n.ki'.. t.'li .'..111. '-'.rjaid.lv wn.>orrHit,tTr-.

No loii^ pulLoi-.,'. STATK i l'MPANY

i; I

.i:.|

i, s\ nk. r!ilA.MUGLI.E->i2J rfOLl.K-

U-om lU', Nf 1 YotV (*My.

a:u:i0 I .M\N'. S'ar Amu.cm.ut ic.. Odtll. i1l1l1..,, this u,uc,ikk.

--..

--

. , __.. Advfrtis»m»nli under this

head

__.. muG N> onpnfd w

I

MA!.CGI^kCIAU11N,1,S,:-'*

Tri.k 1 

I'ar.ls. .clllt.,

II loks, Noreltlos. X-Rays, imi|..aoo. .>iain|>le«, A

Instrui^ions and Plans snly. rilhrr srintrd.

>'M\I..VVIIW\\ S> Mm;r slUH*. b North Main. rr..rl

or

·'"'I. ·o'''" No ads accolid that ofler aiticifl ,I|, ,,, 1j;1.' .... I- I'd.

lul\I2

for s.ile

-

_

HELP WANTED-WIUSICIANS mST^SS^h-Secure Ex; T'T CHEMICAL PRODUCTS fnririraii.1.

Im-

' PiovvI. «lM`4iH*iiod. S])OfjaU. ITdversaj S<dv<*i.t, o'»`.

NEW FIVE-WAY Va ii-jni .Xiia.-hiuei.t for hoMliu

1. 1 . ' .1

I.M, -.l.t-s ,41 *-l.air Itatks and

r.

il<Ma. artlrt ial he.

IV

( Iii.a...

j; c'J?!!: ."fTsrT.tPP.Js",*",,'.',-: XSSS: En illOAL HAUDlNd. ' jUiyr^!

4o WORD. CASH NO ADV. LESS THAN 25c. do WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.

. O.MIlid I V. ·: I«vkel Mlli'llrd Ill.lanlD «llh-iin

·lail.s. . 

.'^·intplr, in.-Iiidlm: fmd in lit

1 1,1 i .kll; .it · . iiiu. \4,-niH waiiinl c.

_OoFuiourroo aatt OOnno. RRaattoa OOnnllyy---SSeeoo NNooltoe BBeellooww..

Mnittini.'. . tl. , J."" T. B. CHAPMAN. 1!..\ iIt (i.,II..iiVi\ KE ll. ij'i ll.i'ilrv \V'-, Sjiatti-,-.

DARKEN GRAY HAIR. KuimuU. $1.0. DON TN

^

.

. U(k':i. Sail Krnm-is. t'iil;l'.rum

-

Dance Orchestras Coming in|-Y-;-o-- u H--- ave--No--E- xcuse f;o--r rN--ot' GREATEST AUTO POLISH TODAY!---Put <»ti. Wii'c 'I'<' 'v'l'r·ilnnullr uf Tndiaiiii ran writ,' tin' PALAIS I 1 011 XldVC 1X0 rjXClllTt/ 1L»1

NEW PIGFON CATCHING NET. oti.llre,! hrs-s !-,f: ;l . , * ' I - till Ill-itWIil. ft'Ur litlrtil lllleltes,

Ill.i-. .I.t 1 ·

I'-l f. iK-. Fall 00. Wail- -ini.l

nnr. .No 111 .. IH-.,-.--,'.

1 irinula. jiii-. ROYALE BALL ROOM. S-oitli lli-iid. Ind.aiia.

, , ,,

,

p., ,|,.|\v«-Ili''a ' *l*i: ; : t nil. lilll.vr LEa..\Mi. CcUr Rai'i.l-. I*.

._ STKM..\.--. P.iil1l, e.aid. Cni,U __ ,r ... 

iliirlnc till- snmmiT months. l.iivi" St If iisini. tor

nP'STPlant',

lla'in'tii,

iiii t

ri 'ir

I -- TUXEDO

COATS.

\ i»l8.

itflfn-t.

110.HO; I'tiiiiitlett,

--- _ ^

; Phniiik' has mi'tlf It ~ti ra-, i" I'h" ' `"ir | iI .1

vl.'"i'. Itil-lirjk" Suite, J.VIHI;

LIGHTNING AUTO GLOSS FORMULAv f 1 00; la-si

ift. liiflatlt-tj lit*on Wirt,' 111! aiiti 'ho

\l.,ki- it a:._ \ti-.<ia-.-.ii.. v.iii-idi

IlJti,.alinnltc'.l.;

Hull a; -

, i

nuii-tl ulih ,»r (h.lh

I hi - I 11 .VS. II.Vl.l.M.V.N,

IXyttiirimor* UrUUimer at

.

P'N ''".V"!-

xJnCeTM"X'D^il/»C+stsU -»<rrev

. I iM niani-nt.

S:.5a;h.ilaarryy

...S.....

''o' t'l h-arn rt'tiulri'S nnl., .i --rlaht in Mu' Itrlvat-y Ilf V'liir I tin prliv I** nnly thri*«' dollar'

!·'v "WII

'lav-' --'It-

t'nit' Vii-1

. I

cWI'\

,.1IIIIf

p. i.h - 111

s k

. Ffi.oi'. Mlnilirl Suite, 15 00; '.0 Sleiiip fur llel. tV.VlJ...\ry.,

-1-- W,. ., , t'hi ae

:70 S. Cul.uliU SI.. Si aitanliuik, St .i'll I'arolina.

! ·W MvviAi/-i1'Lt ·ToErhDRav''*,'ScH-ifiEvrrEi'i-TiricS-',, duiiratriitmorh,'a*'shLil,<oa'Trrfyw \.'!lT"-hnI.'hhaittrniiiit---..

ontfo to ri'fiind your moiit-y if .voi art-atl-fiod and n turn tla- l...t>k w " n i-'''

iMt

jnlvp'x prolfft- fVi-ii this small Invt-tiiifiit. HAR-

miscellaneous for sale

.OH. BOY! Ma'r.c and jell .Vui.in-I'lln Ijiamel. -MON -M Y ONY MUSIC CO.., -·V',Il'"tJ Glffiliivvii,twvv A .\ttio'.. C( m

WORD CASH NO ADV LESS THAN 25a

Girl Trumpet and Trombone .Makre any uhl. fadtiltyar heik liki- 'uw. Apply
»o far 'litli a line of clot .i.;. in. ,«o - prollt m

finnati. Ohio.

rii;u:^af^^^RaLTnryL^L\%^.L"1i,,`-J"'^

a ilollar lioltle. Pornnila .iinl uoikmi: pla'is. 11.00

jMlTt'HKU. AMES Cd.. Kl!,..-'haiii. llllii-ti-.

julj 111

Playi-r-, wanlt il Immediately. Kxiellent -ilarv Miiel plav Jazz TVir'e or write "OR.

ACROBATIC STUNTS--Connlete Inslnjcti n Gr ua 1

T'.mihliiie. Bt'i.dlng. Balaii .1';.

\

·

------HAMMOND TYPEWRITER. C''"<l cCCCTTuullllttlnn. ard enn;a

CHEST^''. V vil KMn. rVl la Vro C oreland

TATTOO REMOVER FORMULAS--Rf-u!ti good. Tiaio

I. m. ram.i .vro . t loTeinnil.

`I'"'Ik'.OO. M.,lilk'aii.

JI.NGLL ILVMM.tND

y .. .

reiea.ahlr. PA'-^iTOILL<<' I'O-

.'Hyl-' oPlllvrnn SEIUU K. W. St.iie W Hl .. ILKKkkrftt>mi,l. IIllI.

' Prifs, *1 00. troit.

\VATi:us . Itl-'io llaJidolph. De¬ july'dS WnTt+pH

Race nrtimmoy TViof BOOKS ON MAGIC. E-anca. lllualoi o Mi r. i ll ,l mERRY-OO-ROUND Ilorsr*. Cbarlct.e. prion $80*.

FURNISHED ROOWIS
It WORD. CASH. NO ADV. LFSS THAN I5o. 1 3* WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figure at Ona Rato Only--Sea Note Below.

.RICTON'S ROOMING HOUSES., rlli.aitldii.nnajMtl. Onihnioe.

iuiMt^on^"

p'lt-hmf l ^is vv el,

'm E. hlVt. 522 S>t..n.'.:f^

KK VValnut;

'4w1h1enVVd.»87i:'ihn.-- tru.o,:t]iu Cati..iIi.IiPi'd-N« eonr tCheanarol ad5,10w1-i1ll,
return to ('iiifliiiiati In September.

i

HELP WANTED

WanieQ-CaSS jjrummer mat
knows his ·stuff''. Ctirnet. Trombone. LEE HALL, eare I). 1). Murphy Show. Inillanapolis. Ibis week.

Wanted -- Cornet and Trom¬

bone. Must be .\-l for i-oneert. read .it sijjht. appearinK for first:

"t

ORCHESETRA.

<l''<Ti-e VViishinkMon Hotel. Washington. Pa

.Ww.anta.edi, Q/NU·ICi K--r%Suarc DiTim-

mer for band.

.Address JAS. HHEENNNNEESSSSYY,,.

I.itts .Amusement Co., Decatur, l1umdl .. a3i0> tto,

July Ti.

fnyul Ga/n.g. llyrnoti-m. Viritrih .i: :... ^

craphy. PyT-liT.;rar',. Cn';''le.'T. )'-

Phi. 'K

Alt. Tire TrUks. r!uPfju..rirhy. Cat'

iMTI.il

.l'^arn^nPecdartoa,log1./,*

UV. `TTniT.VvVhm lIl` MvfVGIGLD., Atige't'. California.

n'l Sd'lgJ

CAN YOU DRAW--Maka rthmeer with our ilever

Idea.' TRU5LV.\'.-i ClLVLK-T.VLK sTUllIP. P t

Tlii PcnTsrllla. Ghhz

JulyJd

HARMONY INSTRUCTION by mall. 2'.,' ! u-i.

1 NIVEIPSJI. MUSICAL SEUTICE. 2515 C : -r

.\Tt-.. Ilrookl.M . New 5'crk.

jui.ld

INSTRUCTIONS for Stage Carvietilrg ati,l Talking. «lth 23 Trl.'k Ca" n -unis, for

C 11

dl.;

oahkoai.. wiacocjin. ati. Parti ·ul.arv free. R.ALDA AKT <i;ilVICE .'TVl'lti. 2

MIADDU.V URUi nsT.ATE txi.. Zanegrllln. O

SA^CRIFICE ARMY SHIpRtTeS^.rs.11 ieMri a a dUoaiWtti; faenls*o. . .-r. TT.. 16''S So. Hai'tetl. Chi-ago.

'musical INSTRUMENir"

AND ACCESSORIES

FOR SALE--WANTFO TO BUY

4« WORD. CASH NO ADV LESS THAN 2S(x.

Oa WORD CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LIBf.

Figure at Ona Rata Onaly--8Sm aa Nata Btlaw.

_

_ __

_ __

D_ eugan Utt na - -Fcaons 'BD ouglh-at,

' 4a WORD CASH NO ADV LFSS THAN 25c. ^ So WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figura at One Rata Only--See Nata Below.

a 'iTiTg >f

a '5';

----- enbl. rt paired and rehnllt. Wire or write

__^ ^ ^ ^ ^

JIKK'' 

^ C. W. DDCHEMIN. Po«t tifflee Box 0S6 In-

,'Circus Acts--Twenty Weeks'
i-nKti^eiiient Under anvas. .Vnspiees fra(t'-rual organ-zalion-. Vdiln-ss FRED M. JOHN-

"And the Villain Still Pursued Her"

Hi For Sale--Deagan Una-Fon;
lave. U-"'n u-"-'! n short time ami In g'H"| ii -i.liiii.u Kir-t S2'a» Iki tak-'S II S K.

iSON, t-are strut ford Ilotfl. Knoxville. Ti-nn.

Medicine People Wanted--, ·'

Gtmd iterformei't, writ.' what yo'i ean do; ...

S.nl iiii-repre-fUt FRANK NE^WMAN. UMu C

1111 St . Spi inafii lil. Illinois.

jn.yU

The .announcement of the d'Utli of Milton Nobles, appoariog In the daily
iifW-papers a few days ago, meant little or nothing to the prc-H'tit pt'Coralioii
of tlieatergtH'rs. Hut to the gray-hair,'d men who were boys forty or fifty ye.arv .igo the annouDi'ement ealb'd i;p a host of wondfrfnll.v pleasant memories. A half ifntnry ago the nam'-s of Milton and D'tlly Nohles were siiiti-ienf to crowd a theater 1,1 capai ify--and the galleries to a density , mincly inip' --il'l','.

St' CHIPMAN. ''IT S Katiilulpli St . M!i'"nil' 111

I:, Hohner Piano-Accordion, With

427''. ':""l ."n.lit''an 8"II Fin.'.

41! \V-ie GERALD HIBBARD, 'JluS \V. Ktoiaa.

J' « .iloru ! » S'-r

rttlonid ».

Motordrome Rider Wanted--

4 Trick Rider to 1-i''ie complete ciitirge of

· MKiill drtim**. F. CLARK. Nut Uei^s Show?-,

^Marion, Illinois.

^

fPicture Operator Wanted With ;«!
' miifliine. iimiii "U'iiti'lv. Wire WHITE STONE .3 ijTHEATRE. Taft. Virginia.

Wanted -- Young Ladies for |
King T-epf.'t' Aft. AVI1I teach amateur. H ';igivr iitf**, ii' \ "fijjlit Address NOVELTY,
Riilbi>}ircl, < iiK inuat i, uijiti.

lAMATEUR ACROBATS. CLOWNS-C.'t s'arK 1 right. ^ Sea insiru lirn- a,.J f.,·IlNGl.J'. II-VVlMiiN'ii *41

_

il'iiii:

Tli'i-e Wi re the d.i.'s win n ttetors iP p'nd'-d more upon llieir lii-trionic aPiIiiy Ilian tlu'.v ilid upon seenic etl.'ets and i-Ii-trie ligiiting. riiey tiaiil little a'tfntion to tile crities, and less to the dres--suit, d aii'l < v.-ning-gown',1 (i, "ple in p.irtiii, t and dress eireU'. anil workeil hard for the approval of i! e 'ctsl-'' ji, rch* d liigli In ih" gallerh'S overhead. When the ''gallery g ds'' iiirn-tl d-'Wn lieir thiimh- f.iilt,r" w inevitable. Hut when the gallery voifetl api'roval all w.as n.'ii .-n.-i fame ami fortune followed. Tliere was nothing subtle al".'it tlie m'hslt.init- Milton anil li-illy NtiMes pri-s, nted, Tliere was no sex prnhlt-m. no , i,-rnal triangles, no ls'i|r,"ini sfenc'. Villains were real Tlllains from Hi" ri-iiig of il;.' eur'.ain nnl;l 'I" nn.il fall tliereof and virtue always struggling .against faie i,. vi r fail' d to truiiiipu in till' i-nd.
It ma.v be that the stage has advat'.f-d sin ... ·l;i>s w!hi4-nn .AviI''lliiouii NN-'-'b.lill..-'*s., a- I'if PhiH'nix. won th" vociferous npi>ro,al of i ,' gifl- of TthI "" a tillt r.iv' aIN- h",'\ila;m''d, ''.And the villain still pursued her," loit tairf at" nmut-n .ainiuil wi\n,iniii«,-n w i»
l-.r gall,TV ,- at" If Ll)i| cnl'iy If a - I'l.y
f ' 1 X :r*i|o»m · ptin**
laisiil high to heaven that "rags are costly raimt nt wlien worn for virtiit-'- »,ike" Milton Nobles died at the age of SO after long yi-irs of re'lrem nt fr,.m the

Swi.ss Hand Bells Wanted--

T! r<'" ' t.ivi' or larg'-r. Al-'i iiseii s.-t Il.a-

**' *a*l ll*gin C "lie- lilvi- hiWe-t pri'-C s'-'f

Ci a- . L 0. RUNNER. 5527 Lake St . C !·

d ' '. i:''!" '

__ 1

d band and ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS efbi-

'·

J 1 ; gr»»l s al houM A

" .J St' 1-. f:.,l . -

.1 h. t-» own, I ai J mat.atr-l by I  h'l.ta'. 1 V'lur r-'-iuiremmU

Isi! u..-t 11 : · I :

1 -cr'l-e a', a'' times. M'l-

'sii .p-lr 's .-

·'< Ki'i ,i Cliy lie lure i> are ue;

j[«»1t "Ihrra »h 'I'l  r a ir" t> yrl hi P 'l-ti with ua P*

y 11 ;:l far "t' -snrl.e e-i Ui-':amfiUi. Hipp ie* a*i l

I''iK"nwwlli;

r,'!-,lr wnrk. \'rn- ra'Abg I'"'T Vi the prosa will

'i' -id r,

s ' liep 1 'I* J "ir a I lrr*a -i Ih,' i- i · u `-"pv. G ' " ir ''jraalii ll-t nt u.- 1

1 .1

.1 lu 'rviin'i

will !i lave his'i e-

"i ll'.'v . - .`..''I av I t.'sjl.l. AVe

··'« T'l

rf mei.i .'. "" '.'I'l

I at y Itis'runiriit. i rie ur usel.

W en r-  t a.''".', pay 'h" t'a'aiii" aflrr try '

BANDMEN ul a !,;ivc ci -i-ji"!.- nr \,tio can work

` . t iii'i-iI! ,'1-. r In Calit-unia. G .t-l jj,

llriatrucnt ala

pi 'I'O'i'i. n i" tlie ligiit , ,

` Jpatlles. Wv eoi

.lot; M i IJ.NTIK'K. 1.. n.ton.

.Kan.; then Maiii.n. Kan.

st.igf whleh he adorned. Seatten-d over the country are in'n and worn, n w o win

whisper a prayer for the repose of his soul.

--OMAHA BEE.

«i VI tirv T'';' I. 1 I.' nA eall-fa." rv. Here are a^mo ;. r. al  "S' , a'. S'ITJ'-a .sav--!'* · r. brass. M" O" :: V ".Il'U" V'> s^-i; _ itlTrr. |s.i "0. Civ t. Mri'sly " S'X,  r, r-o; Kru.p.a ]i-ei!'!e Km ,*li H-tii.
I A I`11 vv . -r VI-'sly >:,v . ill»,r. »s,',"". Ilo;'m
K i M - ' u.iv-. -I'lir. u: rtaht. »''> OO; llar*o,»1

DODGEM OPERATOR--.VPiU '-c fOMiitiU-itl to keep

t aia runc'iGr'-tl

lur r:.* r Party.

||P.VKAU1SK P.'.llK. K.ie P,a-: , Rye. X.'-v Votk.

Wanted, Immediately -- First-

EARN MONEY at home during spare time Tainting , lass holy tul'a player. aIN~o blaidd.yv clarinet

V'."^^Tnir P irVp ' i s 'worl-^ Uw-'rieiiee UM. -ci'-s iiT I(l'"- uli ili.i'gxs.o i-xo'''....'' lIilel';; ni'itit IInn*' yy<i"''iinngg,. M -iiiiiaallll,, m mee,,''

iNiLE-AKT COSIP.ANY. 2.5S. ih. 'Vay.'ie. Indi.vt.a. j .···'t'PiPPeei.irriinngg. nnna".nn. M sti''iaii'lv sm up,i:aipi.'r engagement

I

juIy.Gx I -ait le-ort AAi'riir*e LEADEFR. Ir'oonnttcehhuarrttrrain ond

,

_

1

I jtIhme* IL.iiikx*"*., Mt,. cCiUe*t^mu·uns^. .M AliirihhiiKgau.

'xlAOY CONCESSION AGFNT , "1 f r Griii-I ,

'''cTAitid.t T.";nT!iL"!

H "V aP>. .Ni * Krii.i.-igion, I'enn-vlvanla.

"

----

VENTRILOQUISM iiu-'ht almost anyone at home,

.small i-a.l.

.-il A- -'imp i Mav It r-vrlhaiUr,

fn'l pruof. GKO VV. SMITH. Hoorn .M-Kti'.t. 1.'-, s.

.Tfffemon. Peoria. Illinois.

jiilyz'i

Ita'U-

'

apl'-'i; Tlarva- >1 Alla Rax. allarr.

ts'-'-; V 's < ' I', alii'"-, «in."0; s'anilar.l Mrl-.ly

S.iv.. b'.- a.I'll

h;i» pit b. "amplrle with

s I-

I- -!j iii-ii with OUT -rrrlim hai

; Ir II-.

V *' la ant Imoa'rra freni Cw-t In

,'. .· . VV" I, -I'l al I ivtians'e rrrry'hirg In

.'l^ l^ ^I ^I

a ' strum':-t.. Tr!l iia whal T- I

wlaajuiit 1i-' I "» ', ' '-11 \ 'I whal »" hafi- vlake

'iiir -' ··· ; .r K« -a < llv lu .i-hpiartrrs. CH VVV-

rnnm UUii 'HllI I VN III. .17 Grand Arr . Kanaaa Cliy,

'ol

Cooie'ioon. 'apply. VViitp

V.Ain'ailItVgooM>i.i''-.lt-i.Vi.lIvtY-,irl'a: teno

flirts Mad

need I CoiJy

yy^H'r£P_Tai;ar t.c! nr A' dll

or Bushflinan who ean Golilen opperfiRilty.

play ClariNo boozei.

`'Fleming Shews. Co'uicn. lllincli.

1'.I:N BKNICK. AA'cat I'clnt. loan.

lulya

MAGICAL APPARATUS

: WANT Uiat Gi 'U .1 Turn''"a f"'Tr ''unhl-ng art. I

piirjnet. dmilile Rai. D> .* etiga^r-

i Salary. No c' le'-'lop u tii k "imM

V.Iilress "

-- i,, . IK-a-P Hot or- liesu*. Ham-, 2 '.y off I

.-TlMHLiNG ACT. I'K'ii VV. U ...i-v,.! U-a . Uiicsuo. i'i"v-nve wfti.'.v. LKIng expenses low. VVIreC VHKj

: -!-UllOS.. LalNirie, Tuaa.

juljji

1> WANTED--V.mJevlile A'ti. :.'.a_ I'r pie f .r si., k

----- -

FOR SALT. (Ne.irly New ted Cut Prlrrd) 4e WORD. CASH NO ADV LFSS THAN 25,'Be WORD CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE
Figure at One Rate Only--See Nete Below.

ill revius_ a I ' id.-

" UkTNTI.I.AJ WANTED--Musi, iat.s. H itr! work year rcicuL |

Crystal Gazers, Mindreaders-- ^;.VGE.NCV. 177 N'.rth S'ate St. Ch.'.i. .

juljj i.i.i.i, and Gentli'mcn. State lowest -alary a'.il

7----

--(-Xjsilenie. State if you doiiiile or -' g S.-n.l

a WANTED--T.adies ta Enter'ililrr T.!;',ns fo' U3 at

··I lionie d'ariu; 'heir

"e inoiei-ius. VV-ite at

: or.-e.. ''FA.sHIO.N EAIBKOlDEHlES". 1522. Ij'na.

H .1. .VI.VDl) Vl'ijI'.D. Natural Brid.'e H'l'el.

fi'ir lU'W ''iilMh-g'U' ''"'tiiliia th" lurgi'-l

\ i-ua! I!r!'J.;c. Virginia. ------ j

h-'I "in Ih'i'ks.

of Vl'-nitil Hii'l \iw 1 (T,--I -

S|.k Uff-'·l.'t. .Sui'pl ,'s. V'I'lti'"Hill Inf'i'miitiiui

^

.

ju;',2'jx WANTED--Hu Tioii'bone who Is goid erUrttainer. "11 Tliiuig't I'.-t'ir'-- stui,,;'- nppri-'-i il -d N'w

·---vi'iat l e fa-! Irad'-r. Ilavi-

i-'-i- ai. 1 ia'i-t

; WA NVEO --.N'''-Ity M' icinc Shea- rtrlurnirts ai d mn'.e efievts. Jt n lai wire. I'l.ii T.. j-ia.-a' aMl gis>l

'"niniu!ii'aii(>n vviMi

llau-i. iay off. No ll<i

i'-ls. NELSON ENTERPRISES. UJ!i7 Far .Av .

I 'diiiiihiis. lli'i.

bllv.-i

-itloi' h're .VI\,VVGi;U. Krv 'sc Vl d. show. it. vv. UltITClII.OW. 17 Sen'll Tij-iii Si. Charl'.t: irGi'iieral IK-IK'n. Ilaiil,:.ur2. I', r.i'sylvai ia,

BARGAINS In M i;l

 imp f I ll-'i. VL

.V\'lil.ll>O.N, 1517

<· . Ci'cro, Illlnoij.

I WANTED--Iirrtni legla'i-.r'l ir. Illinois. Big >.l'-

purtunl'y f:r !l»c m-.,.. .Vdliess DCCTOli. '-ii,*

I BilllKatd. Ci.K'j,;". lilli-ol;.

iui;.:ii

WANTED--V I'.ai.o I'ali-i. Vaulvl!!,. pii'iirc

..-'1 a!':;riioi'.. .'Ix--ia. I-.ii-J' 'a:a- . i-xi"

 d d-Pr

in liiii ",I CGUTL.VND TIIL.V

1 HI-:. ( ..Gland, New A'oik.

' wanted--Top Mountc' for liar.U-to-I.aid Imlanein.'.-

-^---

'k \ t h' '.e-i ; d'i; r",;,l -ala.y. .Siatr ail. piir.'o j WANTED AT ONCE--IIiil E" Saa'.plionr I'laver

liifi-'. idler. Adiiies-, I! 'f.. c,i:e liil.'.oard. Chi-j-'i ] d.r-i-e <ar',..j,ia. I'lm-r ui.r vim 'l-.uLIe,- · larlnr

*

julyl2 ; -T I' s-.piu' -lav. Si'-a.lv wiik uuiil Il'-rnii'r

BASR' GA"  IN

LIST . .V



of !

·

V' l ai.i ,. ' I!

U 'l-I": . I! . k», r.iFO ,'i'

< n,;. .'e l.v ·

i.ip IIII.>ri.lt MAGIC SHdP,

\ I'll .'la'i. t ill.a.';.

GRTATtST BALLY ri.* "illi. -a-I ,, :,,r'l";!,,r , ill.STKH MVGli; SlldP. pi:; N. --au i l,|. la.,.

or .'.irr at cue. Ill UI'LVVKLL. .Vlanawa. VV'l-

1 WANTED-f;;i' far t'auzc a

TH VPKZE .A Ik,

ILLUSTRATED Mj.

·HI- Hi.'., .-'id. Nci. Anil; Ul!y.

WEEK-STAND REPERTOIRE waiit.i Sttm.a Cornet. I

· li s' . l"i -i Ci'v. S. . I r

1. : 1-1 iia'fiil 1','.; !·' thai i| lUI'l- ha.i-l I' lir.iry I

-

--

WANTFO -\1 \0'i Ii .

i

Iy-'.i

1 i

I..I.- on iul I'ii-'-'Iji* ramp. S'av,n.

. "I.< Oi 'oer. .N'.. pal.'I'-:, no liu!'! haik. 1 p.iy

.1 .'rum the liiii" .v 'l loin. Ni lost time. .VII

.Ill'll i tip

' a va-. All V"U do aid lowest

. . Uiii k. MA.N Viil.Tt S1GHT'.S CO.VIEDIANS. 1 ;! I «l. lllill'li.-.

JUST WHAT YOU NEED!-V'.i M i:iC-*;--,"l Vlv

' r VI igl h'li wuri , g

-tN.w,. eiv : .V-1 ivtt.i

S. . i a -I'iiiii a;.d

.i -i

l iv»''. l.,f, : , GUI

!" iiT" nu 'll Kaay lo ;.'-''ii u "h "ir ·>;., Ill , A'jhiiiii. ,N V.

Jul1l2

, GIN'S VI .'Il'KUtl'i' SMnU. M

|| WANTFO--Yniui. L'dv f-.r nil

' . |*LlIOrilK`K'.

!:n.\ 212.

NOTE--CaanI All Wards. Alae COBbiiMd laitieja and Nuiwuera la C«ea Figar* Teral at Oe* Rate Baty IN ANSWERING CLASSIFIED ADS. PLEASE MENTION THE BILLBOARD.

band pants, l-'i.'a, t! Oil; S VA'hlle Hi-k II. I

I at*. !i' ': I'j 'll ll'a-h Sirl.s. S,5.o«; IPi-liifs

R'll'-'.

. l'H-Ja C' .i!.. A*.-ts. Il'l no. AAar'lr -l-"

Tru-». J.'. , 1*1 -t-rl, Tru'.k. flJ'iO; .larz Maul

"liia, J'li-"; VI.

Suits. 35 00; CiiUirayi. 41 A".

S amp fir list. WVl.I.ACP. S18 VVaTflat-d. Chlraz'i.

BASS DRUM. Ilx'iil, sriara!" len.slon. usnl tlime

.1'.*. ·'..1 350.1,(1. srll f.'aiHi. DUl'MMKII, Ma-

'

Tl'iVe. .'I'jmiHir. Indiana.

.. CELLO, w 'll l-aj Ihili G'a**. LelplUl wmulftiil

Ilni;--'' ''im iii iiitt uwhhliil 2ari'il lone. Iliki. VV. POS.SIE3-

AWV. 1I77-':hh .si ., New York.

' ELFECTRIC PIANO . Ill gixal ofler. >lV<ki
lUltlViV'.'.KK'--' IP'diilt I| lGOVI. 2."i Friend Rl.. II-ph.

'T' '

FOR SALT Y til Sllvir-I'la'r.l. G .Id-Bill Tnmipd.

V'`V ' I "ai.lllinn. III ,'a,r. $7i'm(. C G ·'

' .la,.' rial. E Si'HSE1I>3:k. Crai'O I'a u

II

II. I-"M

augJ

FOR SALE --Hraaui Xylupbreie, 'Irummrr'a eir-ial. 1 a. u'W. Write PAI L FUANCK. Oalllliidlb

FOR SALF --Kith Mai.-ler Upriaht Ila'W, tllver high. i ' 11.  V I Ml..11,11. Il.ttialii al 37',""
ld|lN*d\. ti.'l.'t Ci.ini'lla .Vve , .Apt. 1-11. Chlca*i>. lU-

FOB SALE-1,1 Iv llruiii Oiilllt. tnrluillng all Trafia

..i.ill'dl.

I nil.MAN. Ii.'i>. I'a

w Kh s, J, iiaf.i I'lrkht n.i*'. Colii'iu'la I",'I'-!. -,Uv*r. aand"I Ih'II l"iri.l'hr,l (ohl. Iio'h
I'lliig all'lr': anil all »- · airh*. ri`, hat"t,'III'* h'atl"' ala'iil'ler I, kliakl-n rrrril ,ari>ing hag. i\l" ".".llilnii Karliwy prh'r
, eUiOiiO: hargalii. AiMrraa
vt'i'.l al kXsngrllal. P. O. U"'

ORCHESTRION E ·

P<I"A'N O

for "ft;

mtitliis ivrftrl

picr*in-

:^r ' . ili.\Ul\L rirW lAloTV

\ i:. «

St.

TItrIr tr'i.mmeiHlall ea are a
HElir ISKEIIMKII. Ki-

II. .Irl It T-l i.r

I

t L.\llE_Ni K G.VTI>.

PARTNERS WANTED FOR
ACTS
(NO INVrSTMENT) WORD CASH NO AOV LESS THAN 25e. . WORD CASH ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.

HOY DANCING PARTNER C

PERSONAL
SH NO AOV. LFSS THAN 2Sa. SH attractive FIRST LINE, lee Rale Only--See Nate BtlOw.

Remove Your Tattoo Marks,

I

· .1 Wit', Pirt-'iiltr free. LEX

INGTON institute M Fa,I la x ncton Si

I e. M ii.y xrjrx
IB' ' .1 ill. h -.1 a dltrr (nr
: -Iji .lOIIN

PRIVILEGES FOR SALE
4- WORD r*?H attractive first linf ^r WORD. CASH. NO ADV. LESS THAN 25c.
figure at 0»a R.'te P-'v--See Note Briow
I STUDIO F' e erf- '·irtty, no "ppeitlon. I 'WXl.K. Pj'a.ll e I'Htk. Rye Bea h. Rye.

RADIO APPLIANCES
5t WORD. CASH NO ADV LESS THAN 25r. ;c WORD cash, attractive first LINE,
Figure at One R t» Only--Sea Note Below.

FOR SALE--1> e hlsh-t'i'el Fiigri'-'crd riW-et

4 I - X'-iial.

·;

-Ill

1 Ji'l ·raker, lut'e. x,*i Kith >TleT. !a'-

1> n. i.xWllF.S' F, nriiu llarher Beach.

2ND-HAND SHOW PROPERTY COMEDY HOKUM SONGS. R TiUlBF.. Billboard.

< iii'-!iitijti. i>iii»

iuly5

FOR SALE
4a WORD. CASH NO AOV LESS THAN 2Sn. ap WORD cash. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE
Figura at On* Rata Only--S<e Nata Below.

Carnival Wagons for Sale--

TItit Wiiifiins rcailv for i'ji«*rati<in. (ivi r t' ··

Ealla. Klijr ri« liaiielili-r.;. IliiT ttrUv Sti'iw ami Titfl;iiii| S\\ liiT. Ciin !** iri^Ii* t-iftl at St

I .ml. M nil \Vr t.

«1 .· JOSEPH H. GRIF-

UN. .M. tall I'.aiik Bill?.. Hn't-. .Mm. Julyo

For Sale (Bargain)--Diving

TiinW, 1." ft. Innk'. « ft. wide. 0 ft d.ep. a

'iiriiiiiillni* to flt lank, dlvlnk' ["d'--'a;-.. rypree'I'r.iis iH.iiril-i I: idv to *· t tip. .T<>1 Mnt'opol-

'an Iti'lF.. S ·iiix I'il.v. I' wa.

JulyS

Lord's Prayer Pin, Perfect

w til ni:iT ''io;.f iiiid tripoil and hiinner. S'J"

CARDELL. II.'X

lix.iimton. Iliin. ;<

L.\RRY juijia.

HOKUM SONGS--All su-a-nre laJSh-traUfri. Xfw

..<t free

.11)1 I,V BKIIT ."tTETN

Billboyrtl

Pull. Co., tln<-lmia;l. Ohio.

july2S

TATTOOING SUPPLIES
(OwiBaa. Mathinta. Formulas)
4o WORD. CASH NO AOV LESS THAN 2Se. So WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
FiBure at One Rate Only--See Nate Below
Tattoo Student Wanted
P.oiird. with sma'I pay and txMl.v coeeri d, li*-!|i In Tattoo .Si,op. `'WATERS", lO-V) dolph, Pitroit.
TATTOOING SUPPLIES, book cm Art of Tattnolnir. Catalocue 'r. e. 1.0(>0 X'lv 12 Needlex. tl.25. TYJI.
FOWKES. Sro Jolin P^ Pt , DeToit, MK-bigan. _ jiilyS

BALLOONS. <|w.'Ut. .lilt
>.OV Ititll.' ·

Iji I lerx, TWO BEST MACHINES. J'.OO .L^foir'ed tnhex. df

TIIO.MP- i.ij.ns. color,, traiisformcry. W.VG.N'KK, 2<i8 Ibiwery

Ne-.» York City.

jaB'l

CARROUSEL. f'O ft . 2 a.tsa,l orerhea.I himpi

I : 2 ! nn 4 .-tnlris. Fii'h."". ,02 .lamai a .'

Iltr.*l}Ti, Sen Tntk.

I'l.;

COriR.aNmePl OPniPErR..-- l. <·enI.·iI"e,5l(>Nn OnKi^TlIfIl.cIt1'K'

iiid new. Tu! COMI'.LNY,

1316 Fifth. I>«, .M dnnrs. I. la

pllTl I

TTIOMP<ON

·WATERS" lx tic be.st. llliijtratf.d Sop: 'r B
·W.\TF.1U, -, ]. 50 Kandod.
TENTS FOR SALE
(SECOND-HANDl ·e WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE. 4o WORD, CASH. NO AOV. LESS THAN 25o.
FiQur# at One Rate Only--See Nate Below.

FOR SALE--Mrrrxil
n il III k. \'r n
Ilcrse Ka · Ti.! I., s
prop« W J' 1.1. 'ina lug Glliriy. II.MIHX

TENT BARGAINS--Silzli'ly u.'C.I " Si'xxo. ti.*! HI. liiiTl2ll, '."xllf'. l"0xl
«`Ork 1 f r · I'eHkiyn ai d o'' - r T. i f-; a I Hpt.'t P ;*. Wi:*e n. M. KKUH Ml' Ml d'.m S'., rhi.-a/c.

MISPLACED LAUGHTER

I /c^WWlirnE was. o' He I.iiiil'iu >t

 wrete a di im:i':i'  ri
. J ·.·"III d' il "f n'i'nl.1.

· \. w Y"rk l;n"Xi f e kind of t inp nn.ii.l.

e|" ik, till' XMiaiit miud. Intt iinit!'r,ts of liiiiri'y I

niunnuts. Tim p'.n-e nia.v to in fnr an a t nr f«n

thi n the at'i inpt b.- madi- tu Intrnditee n !· r of jiatl

pi.ede i>ri,'nt 10 I' i.k ti.iit iI.Ih oiil.Y m.ik'-s tl.i-

on la'ithini: w! ;Ie ott ers are si ttinir out tln lr I ani an u< tor who l.a< nnnle IiIh repi.tati* n a, n l·'ra· diHn

H- 1, Slip' *0 be Inf.-'·It;'*' I In his mo»t tr.xeic n

u ircli'. fi'r "Id a ·".lain'.iii'··', sake, or on the tl:

iiiasis the fool.nc more siildle. T'.e !·:· , i.t· ion < f ' .'«.i;nt J. an ' In this city

nntliui l.v l.iriti i'T ani'ini: tl.i- siH" '.itors. Tin y s-'i

Mdhn .''"IS or ,'t .illu'ions >li"':id Kot I'ytloin witlv

lip; .xr- to I'l- tl,'t Hi" pLiywr'.-ht as n fanioii, hnmoi

I In:.' "Tin wt.n l.n ai'|iears to Is' df'pinnL' iu'o i

nvid'ini, and at," neidl"," t" tinn'i'ii otl.i-r iii-i

i f m ,; i.i- '1 laKk' ··r i" f.inii'. ar t i i v.Ty one xvlio

lOO LETTERHEADS 'r Kiivplfliic; (limit 1" f.'il-'.

7>-; .'j',

III. I ti<ii PxlL' r r-tirs,

W- It. .

I-.\. K'.'.XIOD PKIXT

I.\i; CtiMl'.WV. w .· It. MUicun.

·aiyl

200 LETTERHEADS

flit JeJ. ST.\,: L'ti.xi Kiiv. litrtiie. itT.ta. julriax

l''<' t'l'i Ertalores, Hammer* a.;irf,< rili'teil on Doth, for PIIINTKUS. Warrtii. IIL i

1.000 6x9 POSTERS. $2.0i'. limit l.'ifl words: 2jO

I.,ettetiie.nl.-. i;.

ij. tanl'. El.'.. Ir.liCi. $I 7'i,

' .'in; If'e.

r

r. .

!f. EMCEH

x-t li.. jr, s if'. .Nf.r Y tit Ci'y.

WANTED PARTNER
(CAPITAL INVESTED)
4e WORD. CASH NO AOV. LESS THAN 25«. fla WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figure at One Rate Only--See Nete Below.

If You Have a Good Motorized

Outfit and c:in farni-ti r<-f,ronces addreea

GEO. C. ACKLEY, Kinilm lv. Wi*.

jiily.".

GIRL PARTNER nr F-ruaie Imrrnioriafnr--Mu^l bate .small capital, to :skc o'lt va'idcTlIle show. STAR-
RliTT, 211 V, Jt 22nd .sf.. New York, N. Y.

PARTNER for rrmarkaWe Pile Oire and other Linlmetit. THE RHEI'M-LTISM CO.. Stigler, Ok. jnlyS

PARTNER WANTED for Wild Wejt clriTW or carn'.ul. J. 1 olf.M.x.s', Weed,port, Xew York.

WANTED--I'ii*'..'r 'jt t -d jhow. or will take or.'a dzi-.l ncin-ai y cn T-'i enrage basis. WALTER
KD.'i.'i. M.'..n,vi;ie. Ji.diJna.

LADY a.v!i2



PARTNER wanted to invest In a IXMKS VECrmOXB. 474

S'., r.

. N.w Y.irk.

WANTED TO BUY, LEASE OR
RENT
Sa WORD. CASH. NO AOV. LESS THAN 2Sa. So WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
F'Bjre at Ola Rate Only--So* Note Below.

Wanted--Good Used Band
rnifnrms. Give de,cii|iti"n. .Addrp.sk LOCK BOX 36, Connersrille, Indiana.

Want To Buy--Second-Hand

.`?mlt!i f; Sni'lh .Xemnlane Swinif. Mu«t be

i h.-iri f..r a,-I .Xd.^.-s VT. J. ALLMAN,

t'na'. s M i,n. K.insas t .t.v. YI ,sourl.

Jalyl2

Whip--Will Buy or Book Whip
--Must be s.hhI condifi'in. Address WHIP, ·are P.d'tmard. I'ntnam P. lildinj. Times Square, New Y...1;.

WANTED--Uu. .Mirrerj l^law). I'XitK CO.. Le Hoy, Minnesota.

WANTED--r,r l Car ll'Card Xpislo. .Ml SllWs 0. W.

P.XUlvEn. Li.r.c! '  . K.insas,

iuly26

WANTED TO BUYXX liir l ) riui.e T
M lit I.e i I ; r.t
KF. 2 13 rth. I>.:r

nl Mills and Ek.iiblt Penny Pc! :.y Piai.ut MACbinrs.
con li'l.'n and cheeik WfMMicbLan.

SALESMEN WANTED
5» WORD. CASH NO AOV LESS THAN 23o 7» WORD, cash attractive FIRST LINE
F'lijra at One Rita Only--S»a N-to Crlow.

CLASSIFIED

tailoring salesmen O

ILLUSIONS--V'vatb

' < la'.-r,' a»- rtmci t. suaraiilred a't* a: I t.i-?'"a'i--··. re'allfi; (.r $25  n
· ·ar "na Ir-l.i-ur e» rl >··'e· are htme,!

In (irl e. X · l e

r no -air Tt > li ' -iiT cnor''fy: ymi

ia m rr; a ;f rr .an mu'r entt

XX'il'e f r ' .' »' 't'e ruuif*n.« I (.i

l>it[>ald 4i<'l I'. I .

· ail I: tiirniatloi)

If Xllr... M It ·;Oi»I'.

Xlana-

3, (·' JO. Illi.l*

_ _X

THEATERS FOR SALE
So WORD. CASH. NO AOV LESS THAN 250l 7o WORD. CASH ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figure at One Rate Only--See Note Below.

ADVER.TISEMENTS

i'll..* IjJt. $25.00:
ue tr Life. .`f.'i.r'P; lla.f : Saul'.2 lai'Lv in llj.f. tie. $- ··('"; Her Udtath . it. $  isi I'-.eaks--1';2 #.1' ": . Fj'ivian Llranl.
. .s.-rtwi.t t:irl. $rtn 0i ;
. i' It' 'e. $->n.ae: Mer¬
4 9 it.- -cti. XXr t>uT. sell.
! F \t n.XNGt'. a X.



rr a

'T of

f r tlT

cteil. fan

·r Xremie,

.$ XValrut

For Sale--Picture Show. Tent,

IXi lco lifrlit: cl"< trie idano; Poxxer's

nit" tut'": ."·n ri 'l, "f ineturi',; ,< r--. n; Vip-

trola B 2i:<'t bargain O'er "ffi rcd. SlI.T takes

all. nCTUHE SHOW. I'urtland. Ohio.

x

THEATRICAL PRINTING
4a WORD. CASH NO AOV. LESS THAN 25c. So WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE,
Figure at One Rato Only--See Note Below.
Curtiss, Continental, Oliio,

EXCHANGE OR SWAP
So WORD. CASH. NO AOV LESS THAN tie. 7a WORD CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figure at One R.xte Only See Note Btlew.
For Sale -- Concessions, Now
in pperatlon and c'ch'k.-iI .Money makers. T.ive pa-k. MBS. KON'IGSBFRG. B.w Bi'aph l ark. K.ve, Ni-w Y..rk.
FILMS FOR SALE-^iD-HAND
Sn WORD CASH. NO ADV LESS THAN 2Se. 7o WORD. CASH ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figure at One R.xte Only--See Note Belew.

SCENERY AND BANNERS

. CASH NO ADV LESS THAN 250.

CASH at Ora

R

.A!TTORpiAyC--TSIeVaF

FIRST LINE, Nota flrlow.

tiNt txnops

OLD SHOWMAN'S STORAGE

.

-I'lilt(arIIf-i« ·

a. e

, (>

i ..

It,

,

I .

ll.f' .

Xli<liln>g, liriiartmint S' tr xx

Special -- 100 8* .xxll Letter-
1 00 t'l'ad,. "tie "ii'iir il'ni t xx'nrd,) a'i*l pio Fn-
Tel"|>i , f'.r $ . . ihi,tia .l If xv.inli d in Ixvciilo:,. In aif fnl ilp,!.-n. M `X. SANOR PRESS P.iitX I'Jl. K.IIlk:lk*'l'. rillt" ,.

Billy West Two-Reel Comedies,

nii h V'vi, Ki-b-a. $20.00 np; Educutn''ial N- xx-i XX'i ki !·. S.x ··I ra.'h. Send for laxt.

12 J.ACK M.AHMARIAN, tio XVi ,t L'Hd St.. N.'>*

Xork L'.ty

JiiI,t

Positively and Absolutely Most

SCHOOLS
CHAVATir MUSICAL AND DANCINGI Y'lIMt I ASH NO ADV. LFSS THAN 25c soen CASH ATTRACTIVF FIRST LINF
NOTICF! "flixina upy · rptril (nr Inxertien under I' that irirrx `a In.lrurtleng Sy mol or any e nr roa.hino lioigiit by mxil No ndx ol ' pliv» wiittnn Tkn rnnv muxi ha tlro-tlv ron* n , l>gal« ar Slndiat and rrfer to Dramatic Art. ' i D'nrma T xnnhl In (he Studio, loiirn .It On, H.itn Only--Sra Nnln BrIew

INCTRIICTIONS r I.m

.'.1 <y,(cm,

l··|llIFss.lH niHliril mxi

1  I'll', r, "I" t. iii;i.|l,|:er sm.lU).

I '"i sii.ii. \f\x X ·Ik I'aitlr'il.xra xvUti

''ut. ItlrratiUi iii.yili.l free.

jnlyS

SONGS FOR SALE
X# WORD. CA^H no APX l«SS THAN :Xc tXe WORD, cash ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Eigiii-a at Ona Rita Onlxr--See Note Ftflo»
"Remember Those Days", a
ir. llv ".'lie XX th A ,1 ni'ri-nt r'lx t n II I ' I' ild ,|iir 'xrll" f..r ..... 2V. FRANK MAR¬ TINEZ. II. loll. XVi,"(>ii,iii.

«:<xt*lx's I'l'vlNTF ItY. jnixS

That Naughty Girl. The Latest
,.iiic out III,I I ,"mr X '.p , m t forgot .'lix.pi-r l··,>< ROSF. SCHAI SKI. ba'. Noiln Fou iii St ., II|H< kxx .'II, nklllliolllll.

!50 BONO LETTERHEADS, $1.:.iX; l.cMI I'.ytt P.v.>p GKXEK I'KINTI'HX'. Stuyma. Mixiugan

NDTF--Ctnnl All Ward*. Algo Cembinird Inili.ily and Number* in Ccii\ Figure Total at Oae Rate OnN
IN ANSWERING CLASSIFIED ADS. PLEASE MENTION THE BILLBOARD

· ·imp!''" flaix

k rt l·lxnnt^x. SutxT Spe-

;l K' .ii .rt ,. XX -|. , I .. 1.1 .

|.lrtlv·tl'.

IMtl. atin't.it; ·-h' In ,  i-n r.hi',t reli'H,"*;

I"',', r, iif'iid.d F-  tig !-,t .tnil roi'k-

K t'.'iti pr

MONARCH THEATRE SUP¬

PLY CO M. i>" '

!  ..

Jll!.x2»!x

Real Bargains--Buffalo Bill

iiiid 1"1 Flnn.'ii. xv't;i 2 "! r B'hiiI feutureR,

.XII .5

I'a r :· 1 ph 'tn* for all. $t'22i

1. r .I'l EDW. WOODARD. Witt. 111.

*

Traveling Exhibitor -- Your
creat.',! 1`lt.ani`o to atoi'k up and clMin up. Oxi-r t I 'SX Tx'i'ls at laicifix'p pri"",. nart., M'\,-. x'liaplins. F (xr yon- ··akp. don't buy mit I yon sin- our xvoiiilorful li-t. MONARCH FILMS. J'JS I'n'on Axo.. Momplils. TonnossiH-,

(Continued on page 64 )

64

Xtic Oillt^oHrcl

JULY 5. 1924

$5 Reel--Seventeen Powerful

' foaliiro: aatiiiiial siTiiiih. rpDiist haiiia.

'/ipiiv f wn-ri'i*!. r ; f iir si'iiKEYSTONE FILM, Altoonn,

|THE FILM YOU W^NT. WiiiR MOTSm. 721 So.

SERIALS, ticiteet coiiditioii, p.i',»er ceuiidc'c: Har-

Sdii s. II. It. .lUllNSftlN, .'k>.S Shi.Ii Ileatleon

st.. Cliicagn. Illinois._

aucif'*

THE FILM YOU WANT. Write MOT.<fO. 72t <i.

Wat i»li .Aveiiue. ( !iied..ii. fi r i '

.lulyJH

TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR BOOM, five reels, a re>l

HERTNER CONVERTER, double 50 imprres. brandnew pal el earl. :;ju volts. .1 tha-e k" evele. al>-
S'diilely iwile t ('01(1111011, $;I75.01I. 3 fact(U.v-ret(Ui.t
Vutomatie Mmidev Tnket Sedma M.niunts, I 'Its. F'O.nn r.icli; Tickel I'lwiAurs. very I' e ,.idi i.«n. f.m.i'O ea- . ATKAS \H*A'tM; 1"H Tl 111.
A(». ."iP.ii s. Inatiiom St.. I'hicapi. Illinoi.- JU.jlJ

50 Cosmograph Machines--50.

riiisinp nut ... S22."( Ikl !U"t((r-driyi> niazd,

Fnrl.ildc t'(isiii((gra(di Mntmg I' l luic .Alachin. .

2 ('((Iiipiele with 'lircqit'(((ii altai luiictii
'. Tr. II. AA'hile tlcy l.i'l. }il ."i <H> (;(..|i,

hii ' .

I'lr y reillar. .'·uil .Slii.iio. win viap c n |,

Waiual. .ViiMic. L'i.na.;u. for li.-l.

jilly26

nMiit.i-avier. JiOU.iili. ULAMi .- A1 I KAl 1 Hl.N.-. '-I_le'i.iiid Are . ('litra;;o, Illinois._

NEW STEREOPTICONS-Stan ..ird rxh ·I'niii sire. tidVing inip ried I'rendi le*.-'-. -1**; n set rla'e-l.

bilmne alinniiip cxaniiiint inn.

MONAROi

THEATRE SUPPLY CO.. 72t Su. Wabas . T

i
, j

BARGAINS - n ilures. Comcilira, Wf-terns. Sport for

lint. UE<;K.NT hem t o.. 1J17 vine St., l'hi;«-

^.rtclpliia.

.rai.u.

julyJO

Il'O REELS UiC I M It ion I'ietute Klim, joo I c-nidiiiiin. ' 'di .e t'.r u.-e in i : urelies and S<tii>ois.
I' - ie.(, <1 .. I'A'initr-' I (> III'ERATIVK

^tS; alumi anil, $2('; d.m'le di- -dru g. $1''. Hnr'Wlai, u'illi iro or **'HI-wa'l ni; !» I'O'''er. $. 1 I'ltationa friv Glll'MtlillG M i. i'll . F'l '

fhicapu.

Jil.t..,

.s| iCV U K. w.l s.atc. n.d.loid. lllinoi.s.

_ .la'k.'<iii Illvd.. Chicago. Illinois, M.dti.-.

ju.y.-

^ ("DON'T BUY FILM iimil vmi tci oijr noir list

l\(). F('t[ in..! (j;]l.

V\>-ifrii >(i

«i

2ND-HAND WI. P. ACCESSOR¬ I-I^'U!'-. ('`incilies dl'rt
01 I, (iir oni'icrt. 1\-

OPERA CHAIRS. .Seelcir: tb lv."r`on Piano. ovtJ <: I'd rilor S Iwcn. AUeda Tta  'iicr. CitM.UAL

WANTED TO BUY

JlEri.M>l..\T rn,\! 1A( II.WI.i:. ..mriip SI . ."^aii .^iilimio, Tcxa,-.

We.t CnmjulyI2

IES FOR SALE

M. P. ACCESSORIES-FILMS SPEC l.ALTY HI.. lil.'-.A .V. Dioadw.n. SI. Lou.s jny(

THE FILM YOU W»NT. W . i- MOTSI'll. 72t So.

, ^Vaba^ll .\'( Ji . I a,,'i. f. r li I.

.'iiLvJrt

Se WORD. CASH. NO ADV LESS THAN 25o. 7e WORD, CA`-H. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.
Figure at One Rate Only--Sre Note Below.

PICTURE MACHINE^ FH""'; Cai i iin 1 li

e\ct('. I..,. AA.iii Itoal Al n 1.

''amp. IKED

L SMIIII. Al l ·.r.i.i'ii. Nc'. A .__

Se WORD, CASH. NO ADV. LESS THAN I5e 5e WORD. CASH, ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE.*

t'FlLM CLEARANCE SALE--MI

iIio«. tnn-rcil

.1

r(d;ilif,, d; .1 Ui'V.ifi rtd'MK':., *"..'((1 per

Ttel. FAdiiiii..!'i>.'. d! oil. N. 'hin.; !« rt oiii. S' 1

(for li-'. E. .V II. HI..M HIST. lOillV. llr.x

I'FlitniiiKibdiii, ...

FILM FOR SALE at OTc<i>"lmially low orioes. Tfll

, us your Hai.ls lirloip you li.iy. We will positively

I aar* you moiiev PKi;i!l.K>S I'lI.M SKltVICE, 712

|(So. Wai>a.^ll .\Te.. fbKd,.o, IMinui.^.

.Iuly5

FILMS FOR SALE--Send for lists. Klims rented to

V pernidi eiit li.edttes at 7`'- per reel; ro.td .shows.

1^2.00 per reel per week. Itefereoees required. N.\-

TIOX.Al, l il.M BKOKEltS. 3'.*W Summit St., Kansas

:L''iy. MisS'-uii.

JuiyS

THE FILM YOU WANT. Wiile MOT.sCO. 721 So.

Waliash .Avenue. L:iiea,:o. for li.-l.

july2u

FOR SALE--Three leeis tf Klan pictures, sltowin*; tli« iiiteiwoiKii.i: u' "e order and ·.ume of the
ilarci-t pdid'les erer >ld-' i T,,i,- pleiuie only run
eislileeii times. E. It i..\.\lM AtiK. Wi «ilake. La.

FOR SALE--Idit 1 i.iii*. lia*f

.i.e. ti r« . y i-U

paper. }T5.'o; It itldio B 'I. $75.(Mi; I.t'e of (;iri'`t;

all in firdi-. lais sliape. Il.AKRY SMllTI, Grata. Pa.

NOTHING BUT HITS--Tlie Passion Plav. 5 reels: I'mie Tom a I'.ilen, .`i reels, di.rt many other supor-
attraelions W|;sti,I1.\ I TAiritE FILMS, 738 S. Valiasli .Are., ihicaxo, I l.i.ols.

For Sale--New and Used Mov-

inp I'ifture M-ochinos. SToons, Opera Ohairs.

V.ptilatmc KBU-i, Generatnrii, t'ornpoin-Bic'.

i:ii>i.-tats. U«*\v:nd-. I'nitHtdi- rrnjeetnrs. Sicd

I. plits. Wall F.'tiis, .Steorc'pt cons. Fire E\-

'iiiRuishPr-. Uulilnr Flimr Matting. Steel lloot .-i.

M<'tor», Loldiy Frames, Eleetric Heaters. Tu-ket

I linppers, I.en~eR and evi rytliing for I ;e

Tlieate-. T'o largest stock of used oquipm'-nt

in the cnni.try. Write foe prie.a. MOiflE

SUPPLY CO.. 814 S. Wahash Ave.. Ciihaco.

Hlinoi-.

jiily-'i

COMPLETE U. ad Slie-.y Oatfi's at .smarhinp .summer

i ri es

.\ dU DeVry. .Aepa', .Ann i iean Suitcase

Poi'aiie Pro.ietioij. Erervl.i'ig Itavellng exhibitor

need.'. Globes. S-ippl es Fiuii Il.irn<in list fiee.

MtlXAIlCH TUEATUE SIPPLY LO., Memp'

T t iie'sce_m' v . .

FOR SALE--I'ower's No. .s x I'r >j<vior. complete with s'and and an* lamp, lor titty dollars. EAILL
II AY NTS. Ilwrr -i'oni. Ketinekv._

FORT WAYNE 110 A'olt. 60 Cycle Compensator.

$15 00; tuo Similex Motor Driven Complete Ma-

el'ines. <i:'..00; Dell

llwycll UO Volt. 60 ·'ycie

Cni'pensa' r. $10.00; two I'oucr's Six ".A" Motor

Driren. complete, JlOfi.oii. .All kinds oi new ami

n.-.fd Seif l'.a.veis. .A c Mjiic FTIe trie Pipe thgans.

Tell US VDur reu'ilrement.' AA i:.>stERX KE.AT1RB

FILMS. 73S S. AA'alMish Are.. Chicapn. Illinois.

POKTlABLE .'1(11 -e M. or l'..c 'I . In. es. Ur.e

.s!(Hk .A'me, .A:n' ;:(an and C -ni' . atlis. A"nr

rlnntT, $l''0.(Mi. 1, ke new. S' .1 s'.n.*'** dep -

will ship C. tl. I', evamii.aiir.n. AlcINAlUII IIIK.A-

TllE SI PPLV It*.. 721 S. Wabash Ate.. Chn.i,(>.

__

_

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SIMPLEX, Po.td s a' I Moliouiaph .M.i'ninrs. r>-

Imilt, tirst-cla.-s c . liticn, lig barrens; seeond-

hand Chaiia. etc. AAr e us jour nerls .Ari..As

AHtVIXU I'liTl UK CiC. 5:;ti .so. Heitbmn s- .

> Idvaai. I :.n is._

augbin

STEREOPTICON aid r.i) M -.ellatieous Slides, first (·: ei k fer e-'Y lak.s the oudi;. K.A'IiiRs' (*p).
tiPKit.ATIAE sliKVn i;. W Mate St.. IL. ..I rJ. HI.

WI. P. ACCESSORIES
FOR SALE-NEW
So WORD. CASH. ATTRACTIVE FIRST LINE. So WORD. CASH. NO ADV. LESS THAN 2ic.
Figure at One Rate Only--See Note Briow.

100--Monarch Machines--100.

Closinp out I'Hl new 1024 Monarch Marhine«.

Ynnr choice of calciUm. .Alazdn or are attaeb-

ni'iits, also lixS or 8x10 raii'Iin screen, fom-

plcte oiilfit. wb le they last. Sl2t I*-'. .Send

'11(00 depu-it. w II sl'.:i C. O. D .allowii):; cx-

.'ininalinii MONARCH THEATRE SUPPLY

CO.. 721 So. AA abash .Ave., L'bicapo.

Jul.v2t5

Figure at One Rate Only--See Note Below.

Drop Picture Machines Wanted
for cash. Callo^enpcs, Millsosciipe.a and ot '.rf ninkes. BROMBERG. lo2 Califuruia Avr.. lliphland Park. .A|'>'liii;;iu.

We Pay Cash for Second-Hand

machine-. AA'hat have tou? SOUTHERN

FILM SERVICE. INC.. Sll Franklin At.

II iistuu, Texas.

July 12

PRIVATE PARTY .|r..|iv» 1 uv aleiit trii rrri- m ···

 ir Ic-

Tt .t. i Eilni-. M-tly r.nrlin U

« 1 ILiwail. Vr.l.iw-M.r. Ai-ka »'.d ir.v f.i.i

1 .a: tiv. Can n.-e Shotl Stii .y.is. I.iindri.l t.i t

I" aired If-. . ..'j do l(''uir lutr-'^r; also «|.

f mil-:y AA 1 ,v rxpins, juhjeci rewinL

i

li-l. U iL k 4 '(11. J. .A., caie lliiJlKiurJ. Chi.. -

· WINDOW OPPOSITE -. -WTiffl Dawn Came' ·. ' r .
Right AA ty", fmiviiA <T P dice Fratur -v Dr.ia I with Prijnn SL-rfire, Must be A-1 rrr-v r.-p .A;so Convict Comedy. BOX 121. Ke>kuk Iiw.<

(Aarnn A- Kidl.y (Metrniiol tan) Brooklyn.
Ahram-*. Harry incL'enl) D( Iroit. Adair A- Ad.iir I |·anIai;(·^) .Sa t Lake City; (Or-
pheuin) (iirden 7 12 Adler A Dunhar i I'rncior) Troy. X. Y. Adl'T. .land. A- Itaiid (lai.tapt-) Tacoma.
Wash.; ll'antapcsi r..rtlan(l. tire.. 7-12. (Aheurn. ('has. iuipl.ciiinI Ogden, I'tali; (Pani tapes) Dcuver 7-12. .'Alexander A Girls (.Icffcrson) New York.  Alexandir A Pi ggy (GrccniMiinl-e Brunklyn. Alexander i Paiitag( s» Salt laike City; (Of-
phenmi ligden 7 12. Alexs, Three iPalao i Waterbiir.v. Conn. Alice in Tnyland iMale-Lake) Cnnago; (Henne-
|iin) Minneapidla 7-12. Alice's, laidy. Pets (Greeley 8q.) New York
3-3. I Allen. Tn.vlor A Uarlu r I Imperi.iH .Montreal. Along P.riiadvvay tpala.e) Ciucinuati. Amac lPros|iect) Hnaikl.vn.
Ama/nn A Nile i t ilth -Ate.) New York. AmbiMims iCreseentl New Orb-.ms. AodiT'Kii A Yvel I'liirra.tl ICIel.mond. Ind. lAngel A t'lillcr I.AIa.ie'l i ) M.ltvaukci. Anliijne Sliop iPabne) ( b veland. ;Ara Sisters iDidancey St. I New York 3-3.
TAN ARAKIS
Preyrnting a Sensational Foot-Balanring Ladder Week June 30. Keith's. Rochester. N. Y. Direrticn Pat Casey Agency.
Arakls, Tan (Keith) Rochester, N. Y'.i (Proctor) Troy 7-'J; (Proctor) Schncclady 10-P2.
Archer A Bilferd (Stale) Newark, N. .1. lAri.'o Bros. (B(>^tnul Boston. .Arduth, Fred .1. iState-Lake) Chicago. .Argentinci. Ci'evaI.er. A .Alvera Dasbinglon (Ter¬
race Gardens) .A pidetiin. AA'i-. Ashby, Itoriiey A Co. (State) Buffalo.

iB ker A Rogers (Oreele.v Sq.) Xeyy York 3-3.

Baker. Phil (Oi-pheum) S.in I'l-anoisco raj-July 12.

tRall, G-gcr A Ball (M.x..v .Andcr-onl I^uiiisville.

' BallenllD". I... A Co, iKcilli) Toledo. O.

,'Balmns. Irinu A M.l i iPanlag>--t San Francisco; k iPaniag'-i :.((- Ang.b's 7-12.

.Bann A Malb'n iCrcs'-f-nt i X'-w Orb* ins,

4Barlow. .And.v A Louis** (Grand) Atlanta, Ga. Barnett, Ii'iriitl.y, \ Co. (Main St.) Kansas Cit.y.

;|Parr Twins (Tcniiib*) Detroit. 'Parr, Ma.vo A I!* nn (llialtol Clibsgo.

'. Barr*'tt A Fari.utn (P.roailwa.v) Springfield, .: Mass,. *j.r,

Barrios, .lean l Broadway) Springfield, Mass., ' ; 3-.'l.

t.Barto A APIkiu iPanti.ge-) Kansas City; (Pank tage-l M. inidi.s 7 12.

, j Batelieller, Bill.v, Itevne (MetroiKilitan) Bro'.klyn.

I ; Daves A Smith (PantageH Salt Lake City; lOrplieunil Ogden 7-12

IBa.ves A .Siieek iPalue* ) Piitstiild. Mass. ; Be* k. Ed iV- .Morton il.in'oin Sq.) .New York
3-3.

tfBeetje. -AI A Emily (Grand) P.edford. Ind.

fI Beecher. Jand, A Co. iT* niiilei Iidroit. jBeeman A Grace illdl .'*(.) I.us .Angele-.

Beers, Sall.v i F**(*Ie.( i Ilarleton, Pa.

I Beers. l4*o iKeiilil A\'as|,inglon. , Be'fords. Six iP.intage-i Metniih s. Teun. . Bell Duo (Yong(* St.) Toronto. .f Belling. Clemens Co. (I'.ilaecf Chic ago.

I * P.elniiiiit s in-rliy II.ly ILirs,i Ili\ej v n-w Park) . Daltimcre.

I B'lnionC- Polar Bears (F.air) Brandon, Man., Can.
^  Hi iidi r A .Arinstrong (i'antage-i Tic'itna. I \Va-h.; iP.mlag".) Pnrll.incl 0:c . 7 12.

' Bennington A S.-oti i Keith) Toledo. O.

t Bensteart. I 'i, ille * P.in".(g*'-f T((r((ni*i,

.l| iPantag. -i ll'.'ir

7ij

 Berk A Sawn (p..:,i Scranton, Pa.

Iverkoff s-icr

Iliii -.c

 ..

Can.

Berb*. Millccn i>i.il*-i .M< niicid-. Tc nn.

j Berio Diving <; ils | piner.N i Preex irt, u. e. i;I. I. jc Bernard A Kc rii- iSiatc i Duffalo.
fjl Bernarcl . .be, \ Co. iPanlag*-'! D'-nver; (Pan-
j (ages I Pncc.n pi 12
Berna ds. GriL";nal Three (Pol.xclis Circus) Williamsport, Pa.

Manis-ra and artista are respectfully rr-f-'. ! ·> ( -'liute their dues to ttiia dcpartmeui. Kouma must reaiOj The nillbosril not le'er than Friday of ea -h week to insure publifailof..
The BiiPioard (nrwerds all mail to pro'essionals 'vee of rtiaree. Member* of tho orrfetsioo are Invitod. while no the road, to bav* delr mail addressed in care of The Billboard, and it will be forwarded promptly.
When no date is given the week of June 30-July 5 is to be supplied.

Bernt ,A: Pirtner (Orphetim) Oakland. Calif.; (Golden Guiei Snn Francisco 7-12.
Berrens. Hernum iKiiItcin) Brooklyn 3-5. Bi-Da Ko ipoli) Sc ranton. Pa. Big GiHirpp I Strand) Ixniisviib*. Bitiglkain. .Amelia. A I'o. (Keith) Bo-ton. Purc liinan A Pa .'1 (Pioctccr) Newar'.-. X. ·!. Blanks, Tlirep Or pinal IGrandl St. Louis. Diondell. Eel il.yric-| Indianapolis. Bltio Cloud. Cliief il'antage-i Mdin* aim!is;
'I'aniag.-I Il'g.na. Can.. T-ii. Rc.h A I'hris (Orphnnm) New York 3-3. Ibciin A Pnhn (tiiqilieiiin) Bostcen Pend. Ua'mond. .Ar Co. i D'l-Lwic i.) IticHcklxn powers, F. A'.. Revttn (Poll) AA" 1 ikes-Dllrre. Pa. Dccvcieil, .lean iMaj*`s;ivl Ch'eagc, Bradle.v, Heun<*s-y » o. (Palace) llockfoid. lil,
Bric'i*. ranny (Palace) Milwaukee; (Palace) Chicago 7-12.
Drice. I · w iKeitl ) Philadelphia. Driglitons. The (Strand) Washington. Drisene A Bauh (LNilouial) I aiiea-tc r. Pa. Hrcin'on A Bcnee (Davis) I'ittslmrg. Brown, Sedano, A Co. 11'r|c.,enni i U'- M' ne-,
la . 3 3; (Palace) Chicago 7 12 Brown A Ilogeis (Delaneey St.) Xew York 3-3. Drown Comedy Four l Miles) Detroit. Drowne A Elaim* i Rialto) Chicago. Brownlee's H ckrille Follii-s (P.roadripiile Park)
Indianaixilis. Ind.. .''.-I!; iH,irr:s Grai'cll Bloomington 7-1'; (Grand) AA'i-hingtnn 10-12. Buck A lliibhles iCapitol) H.artford, Conn. Build. Kith iPrfMtorl 'c-warl.. .\ .T Burglars' Cnion ISlierid.m Sq.) Pittsburg. Burke A Durkin I Earle i Philac|el|chia. Burns A F'<(rau ('A'nrld) Dmalia; (Panfagesi Kansas C.ty 7-12 Burns A Kis-en (Sl.ite) X(*wark. X. .1. Burr A Unp** (Palai-e) Cbveiand. Dvron .A. Iliig l|·'ordhamt Xew Yccrk. Byrnn BmiLers' Sextet (Rialto) Chicago.

C'liill. Michael; Brandon, Man., Can.

Catnernns. I-'ccir illiversioe) New York. Camille Trio iGIo'cel .Atlantic City. N. .1.
Catnphell, Craig lK(*itli) Portland. .Ab . C.iinphc ll's i'lillies (Pantages) .'an F aiic.'c-o
7-12.
C.in.iry Opc-ia (MetmiiciEtan) Drc(c,kl.'n Cannccii A, i., c i l*;inl.ige-) .'*| (.kai.c ; l|·alitage^)
Sea ··I.. 7 12

Cnntwell ,Y AA'alkcr (Pantag**-! .AI.tinea|KiIis; iPaiitage I Regaia. Can.. 7-I<
Carl A Inez (Miles) Detroit. Cirli-ies, 'I'i.c' Xccrtli .Alanei.e-ter. Trnl.

Carroll. Il.irr.y (Orphetiml .'.in Francisco 30.luly 12.

Cc'i-ic'-r .A A(cirris-ey (Pantages) Denver;
tag(*-» Pne hio 10-12 Ca-'cen A K ein ('i*-(iiienm) Ogilen, ('tali;
tagc'i Iic-nver 7 12 Castile, .Mccia, P.'ind (Palitagc'-i Seattle.

(PaiiFl'an-

CHuItic-bl. Ritciiic cA- I c. i A'cciige St.) Tecronto. Caverly .L AV.ild IS · i .'dc miiiii-. I'c nn. Ccri"i A I.-i'li iPi'icior) Sc l.ei,ect.i(l,>. .\. Y. . Cijand'cn 'I .n (ll.iki'l Pill-''irg. I'lcaicinan. .si.inley ic.ipiicdi H itfniil. (' nn. C|,e-Ic r A He- ACn* l<;rc c |.y Scj.) New Y .ik .'1-3. Ciieia'cr i'c- iPaia.i) si. I'aiil; (I letnieicin)
Mciiii" , cl. 7 1 ( 1. na P cicc p. etc Istate-l.,iI;c > ciu ago.

I hilen-c n-. .Acr ai; Ai'.i-idiiglon. I.i.. .Iiiiv I ..Ill I'.iiil.ig' I Hainiltfcii, Can.; (Clialeaiil
t liic-.igci 7 !*.
Cla re .V At'ioocl iGra-.cll S't laiiils Clare. Mar'icn iCre-ccuM New Orleans. Cl irk A A'illani (Statei M'-mphia, 'l"enn`. Clark A Itolierta ilxicw) .Aloulreal.

Clark st O'Neil (Empire) Fail River. Ma".

Clark, M. A A. (Statei Jerse.v C l.', N J.

Clark A MeCnllongh (Palaic) X'e'v 5'.

Clifford A Stafford (Ixk-w) W'hite Plains. X". Y., 3-3.

Cl'ffnrd A Gn*y iBtishwick) Brooklyn.

Clifford. .lack (Temple) Detro.t.

Cl ffcTil A Marion (Piintagi*-) .San Franc se.i

7-12.

Clifton A Ib* Reg (Dnvis) Piftslnirg.

Collins A Dunlear (Palace) Brookl.tii 3-3,

i . mfort, A'anglin (Riverside) X*'v Ycok.

<*onl»oy. Keleey (O. H.) AVashhiin,. Ab . 3 ;

)H. IT.) .'le.Adams, X. B., Can., t-H; (O. 11.)

Denny.svllle, Me., 10-12.

Cciiilin, Ray (Maji*sio') Milwaukee.

< cinlin A Glas.s (Stale-laike) t'liic ag *.

I oimell, I.(*omi A Zilipv (Rfaltn) Chicago.

Conroy, Jolin F'.. A Co. (Pantigc-i Tc.i.into.

Can.; tPantagi*') n.imilton 7 12.

Conway, .lack. A- Co. (pro tor' .Altciiiiy.

V.

Cesjk, ri.vde lOriihenm) San Fr.iin i-. c.

Coo)ier, H. 1... A Co. tKeith) Portl.iiicl, Me. CiHiiMT, .lininiy (Palace) AA'.iterlcmy. Conn.

Corelli Si-ti re (Hamilton) New Ycik.

· o'l'ia A A'cr'Ii (Oriihetim) Pcrnukl'ii.

Conchas, .Ir. (.lames) Ciilnnihii-, ii.

( ciiilter A Rnsi* (Sc ventli St.) M nneaiml;'

Crafts A Hale.v (Proeticr) Mt. A'ernoti .\. V.

Creations iF'roctor) Troy. X. Y.

I rcc.lc. F.i-hioii Plate (KcHh) Philadc !l Ici.i

' nmiiiings. Roy. A Co, iMa. vIancIi DaH inon*.

Currier A McWilliams (Strand) laiuisville.

D ll'* A D(*ljno (Palac e) Xi w Haven. Ccoin.
Daiict* Novelties (Avenue B) Xew A'ork 3-3. Danc-I* Shop (larew) Montreal. Daniels. .Dm* (Proctor) Troy. X. Daiinis)* Sisters llm[i*rali Mcnlcal, Davids, .A. A E. (Pantage-i Calgirv, Can Davis ,A Pc'Ii* I Pantages) nainilton. Can ;
(Ciiatc'ii'i) Chicago 7!). Da'is A- D.irnell (Orpheum) San Eranclseo 7(|.
·Inly V2. Da'is. Phil (Pal.iee) Brcmklyn .3-3, Da'i'cen's (ireli. (\I.ije-1 c) Ci..c ago. Dav. Ruth (Coloniall niea. X. Y. Iicl alvi*. S'lna (Pantages) Denver; (P.intagi*s|
Pnehio pi 12.
I'c* Dll's Cir'iis (A'ietor'l ILcI'oke, M.i-s. DeFiintasy Re'in iRialtol Chicago.
De .lari I Dll'is) Pitt'hnrg. In* Kerekjarto iKeltli) |toc.t,,|| In-Mario F 'i* (Paiit.ige-) r.i'aarv Can
Del'hil A DePhil (Celehratinn) Riilgeiv.iy, P,).,

Calif. De Sylvia, .lack. Revue (Seveiitli Sf ) Mum
aiiiilis. I'eiigon A Mai-k (Keith) P.n-(on. Decker, .Nancy mill St ) l.o- Angele-.
licrliy A Terry il'anl.vgc -) M,nnc a|iii| s 7 12 De'ine A Gcciild ( |·aIllagl-1 San Fiaiie.-eo 7 I
Dc'cm*. Frank A i o. iMajesiiri t li cag..,
Diamoml- I'cmr iKetlln .Atlantic Cilv. .X Dielil Si-|ers i.AIilc- ) Detroit.
Dinus-llelinciit P'a'er- iP.ullage | Picrdan (In*.
Dive I'or iCc.'iimliia) I'ar Roc kiiwa.'. N licilceck. .Icie (pc,||i,c Pro. · C l, 11 ) .A-hi.iliiila. Inner. Clycle <i|c!i. iiri| si.) Eo- .Angele-, In.iicihne, .lack I Palace) Cliicagn. l-ooley ,v- Sales iKeillii .Allaiilii- (·!(' X .1 Do'vney A Clariclgi- iS(ate) Mt inpliis,' Tenn." Downing .A lt'n|,|v il'antage-) Snukane; (Pa
lax'es) Seattle 7.1:.>
Dfiyh*. Buddy (tlrarid) Philadriphla.

Drever, L A D. (Patilagc-i Al nne.i|c,. « )·,
t.ige-) Regina, Can., 7 12 DiiP.airy Sexl< t (Pant.ig--i San F-am--
iPanlages) I .cs .Angccle- 7 12. DiiDoIs. Wilfred iDelaiic.-y SI.) .\e»- York iMifraniie, i;<orges ipa ae- ) X,w 5,,tk
I'Utihar's C Cl r iM irv .Aiob rs,.ni l.on-v.ib . Duncan, Saiiiiuy ilcnw) .'lonireal. Dnr.i, Cross a IL-nei* (lax iv) Montreal.

E rl. I!.*rt. A Co. (Fail. ) Ph laih Ii hia.
Earle, Mamie iBnshwi.k) Prookl'ii.
Ear y A E.i.glit lAA'orld) l>niaba, |p,sntag'-l Kansas C ty 7-12.
Fiary .V Ear.v iPalace) Cn lnuali. Eastman ,A: .Aluori* t Pantag,-) portlati l. <)' F.'-Iair Tw ns A AA'c-Rs iPautagcs) san D g
Calif.; (Ilovt) Iniiig lb a. h 7-12. Edwarcls. Irving i Pdi-i.vv i. k ) Brn klvn 1.1 Cota (Hlymi'b'l W.itc*rlown. N. \. EliraUtU A GergIcy (Eyrie) llotmken, .X. .1 .
,3-5.
E liott. Johnny. A Co. (Palace) Plttstleld. .'I.i-)'>ners<in A ll.ildwin (Stale) Ruff.ibc. I'nglin. Maiir<'en i.limes) Coltimlcus. o, l.igccHn* ,V llcrin.in iPan'agesi s.iti D · . , _<alif.: (H'lvf) lavng Beach 7-12. P'ln* .A- Di tte n (Hip  ) Clevelancl. EvcrylMMly Step (USalle Garden) P. tp'.t.

F igan's Band (Strind) Eonisv.

F igg vL AA'Ilile i.Iames) Coliimbii*. (V I .intcin. Jce. A t'n (P.int.ig* s) S|...ktnc . 'E _ lagi s) Sc'.itlle 7-12

Firnell A F'oii-nie iGrand) Sf l.oii s l.i'iie-. Till* IF. dev) Hi'lcion. P.I,

rente.II A I'licls Pa'.i ei Cl.v. aid.

I'c-nwi. k S -'. rs ip.iuig.-i M. nii.hi-. T. nI' c Ids ,Ar h nk i<;reel.-y .Si|.) X. vv York
I'c'her ,A Sheimarcl lE.isl I.iIhtIv) Pilt-biirg Fianibis A It 'l.-r lA'icioiy) E'anst alb . Im! Flaslies of Soiigl iml iGran'Ii .AllanGi. i..i. Fiaslies of .Al, icdy and Dance i Fulton I Br" .
lyii 3-.3.

Flemings Till* iDavis) pltt-biirg

l..''i«. Five I'carle-s (F'air) Brandon, Mi . Can.

E rd A Prire (State.E.ike) Cli . ago

I ram- s A llnin.c (Pal.ic, ) C' li- ni.ati

I'r.inklvii A Ciiarles i .'l.ii*--! .ik* I

ag'i

I r* d I A .Anlhoicv iXaiionali laini'villc Ky

*

gV

<'olumhM", o

I r'sc*iMc, s g. cGIiiIh ) .Atlanti*' i ilv. N. .1

1 ri-li. R. t,,r ,v I'dolin tGramll Si I . d -

ISkviloiiie) S* lainl- til); (AA'a'hingtoiit D,:.' 'ille. III.. 10-12.

I n b r, .Moilb*. A Co. iDrciadnat ) N* 'v 5'ork I upon. Clias. M : AIi-|,awnI:a.' Iml.

1 nnn.iii A Evans (Poll) ItridgejMirl, Conn.

G'lelti ,A: Kokin (.Seventh St I Minin .ipol -

Giir.liii r vA; Re vere (Ijievv) laciidun. Can., 3 3. ··iG.iiccl. H.iriv iMib-s) Detroit.
'· i-i ciign. s. Ro'al lit.-gent) .N. w York. Gandsiiiilli-. ·I'll,. I llamlltoii) 'v Yoik liec.rgii S, r. naclers iSi.ii,., M. m)i|ils. T. nn. 'celling Ii Dv.r iSlat. ) X.waik. X .1 '*li* fM-. I . s is| 1

'·ii ~ii A ' ..Ml. Ill ilv.-iibi Pliiliicb li'liiii.

'.Ilberis, 'll,.. iFopccni lliookl'n .3 3

Glntaros 'll..* II.In.Clin .S,|.) N. vr York 3

Giiloii Gal- iPint.igcs) Kansas i iv.

iC.iii

t.iges) Al. in|ib.s 7 12.

Glenn A ll . liarl- ll'ifih ,Avcl N. w Y. rk

'·Icnii .A .l. nk'iis I I'oidiviini I X. » V..i .,

I.ol.lcii A Siinsliiiie I Nallon.il I laiiilsvllle. h'.

<.c.|c|. II A -ions iKeiiii) p|.iladd|.hia.

'coldi ii Duel I Main St I K iii-hs CiI'

'iimnc. I.III;aii iPaiitagc-i Ta. ..inn AA s'' 7 1'

'corcinn. It. rt A Grav ( Metrnpnlit.ini llpiokl'ii 'lordone. Robbie I Kelli,) AA'asliInglon '·I gall- Trio (Crescent) Xew Orleans.

'.osier A- laisliv iPantagi-l I'.n oma AA'.is|i .

iPanl.igis) pnrllaml. Ore. 7 12

'>ant A ^·....b V iProcinrt N. vvarl.. N .1

.Mill (Kc*Hi) Plilhidel|diia 'ir.iv. Toiili*. A Cn. iPanlagesi San Fraini'co

iPanlagc-i lai .Angeles 7 1j

Gic ii, .lam* lOrplii'iim) o.ikinnil, Calif . lOridieiini) lais .Angeles 7-12,

WIGS

HAIR GOODS. MASKS AND
MAKE-UP nf all kinds. Cat alBg free
A. RAUCH. (Suiwtitar to Klipgoet). 2S Third Ava., New VcHi

JULY 5. 1924

Tfie Billboerd

iJr.on A

<'.a.Siillf ChH.iH IVtrolt

1l.-iily T-i n M-I (Uoiileyard) New York 3-0.

Movie Ma-i|ue (Oridieiim) New Y'ork 3-o.

Reek ,k i;eetiir (I'risT'ir) Yoiikei-. .\. Y.

lir'i-nl* '

i' )

.N» w \<irk J1.. 1m|iiii.s. Till I Mill-) Ih'iroit.

*

.Miilroy, .MeNeeee A Ilidge ():.irlei fhiladelpliia. ItednioiKl .V Well-i tColden Dalei :-an t'rancisco.

1.. 111'lo, .1' 1. .V It'iy- iM.iJe-l.. ) Milwaukee.

.Mur)iliy, Senator (Or|ilii'iini) Ko-ton.

Reel) A Al.ivii iSlraiidt AA'a>hiiig(on.

,:r'. nw."Ml KHl>li> » M iipil"! > 'I r. iiloii, N. .1.

1I.iiiie >( IreiiiiiiM illovti l.'iiig )('ath, Calif.; .Miirray A Oerri-h lATAtoria) New Y'ork 3-o.

Rieil. .I,>,ie (l.i,|e-| fr.Mlkl.Ttl 3 5.

Ifaiil.ig' · .--11 t I.ake I Iv 7 1'2.

Murray A .Maddox tNatiounl) New York 3-o.

Reeii.-r A Arni>ir**iig iCa .toil Trenton, N. J.

I r. v A M»n»» r»;iralNiti \ 1 **·

(\at i'liial >

Iml. N*'U ^ I'fk

1I.ang ik ll.ihy 11|e|iue|i i, ( .Mmiieaimli-; (fala< e) ^ M I'V.lIlkee 7 12.
I iwlor «k o.i/'T i.Mr.tnl) laoiiHTille.

N'g.'fj's, TiiP (foil) Ur dgi'iwirt, Oonn.

Reformer. Tli*' iii.iie-) Brooklyn 3-5. R'-ila. Eleanor. A ('o. i M.i ie-tie) Milwaukee.
Ri nards. Three (liat* -) Rnvoklyn 3-5.

.

I. \ I.an^r (Krilk) Af^ant*.- ( it.f. A. .1. ]l.ii\\ioii 1 River-.ih ' .S. >\ York.

Naomi A Rrazllian Nuts (.Ainerloan) New York Ri naift. Frani'is i I'.mtage-i San Diego, Gtlit.;



1I-i' 'la. .)· r .ll il

` r' li't A-htidml.'). o.

(Hoyt) I/mg I tea'll 7-12

< ipk

-) Sait laikp City; (Or- 1.* If.iiie. Mil., i|,,. «) I'lli-.ol.s I'ark, N. .1.

Neapoliliin T)iio (Miller) Milw.siikee.

Ri'tler. De/.-o iCaiitiili Windsor Can.

1*1 In:". I;'ll lAoiig,. .--t.i Toroiita.

Ne|-oii, Uob A Olive (Celebra(lon) Eyanslon, Reyes, Juan 'Orplicim) Ix>s AtigSles; (Hill

II, 'i!-,. . I i.iir tsliaf.r's Sbow) Unite. Mmit.; iI'll., I l:iv*'i'.'l* ' N> rt York.

111.. 4.

'

St.) 1/y- -Aiig. les 7-12.

Mi-si.iil.i 7-1-

. ,

I.· .l^llt A I .H ..I iD.fvis) fill-tiiirg.

1 1 11, .1: »· IroiiiH- ll.irli') Pliiiadelpliia.

IIiil.'gir. Ch.i- ·l\*',i;.i ToT'clo. O.

11,11. \ K . A. Cu I.Malli St.) Kaii-i* (M.v; 1I .ghloll. f. ,A .1 I I' ll Inge- SlMikane 7-12.

Nel-on, Eddie (.state) .Terscy Cit.r, N. J. Nevada. Lloyd, »A Co. (Il.ii|i.) Cleveland. Newell A- .\lo-t t Keith) I'ortlalid, Jle,

Reynold'-Ilem gan Co. ll'alao' ) ('incinnatl. Rhod.i A Rriiclielle (Nationali New Y'ork a-5. Rice, 1,* w il'ala'*'' AA .il*- tii.iy. IT.rin

il'', |.. I l lia-aKo 7 IJ.

I.i'.p-.g iC.iloirnl 1 I li'.i. .N, Y'.

Nli'hols. Miivvard (.Miller) .Milwaukee.

Riel- A- \Vcrn*r (GoMeii ti.ite) .'an Craneiseo.

Iljilt I*' xti'P it'lftli Afo.) New ^'»rk.

1I elami A s*. I", re ii,i.iiii|i St. I.oiiis ti-)2.

Nii'innii. Il:il istraiiiii slicnaiKluah. Pa.

Rieliarit'oii, I'raiik (I'r*** le-i Y'link'-rs. N. Y.

11,11 I'.iil A- tii'orpia (Kiin r.')

I!' t .

.

jl,"

I Unia'Iwa.M N*-'v lorW.

I'nniil.-ii-i-,

I Inml-. Five il.'o'vvl iMtnw.i. C.iii. 1*0, 1,011- ·.\v< i|i|i' I') .N* vv Y'ork 3'0. I.iMinn'i if.sTi'ii I'!* V el.iiiil

-Niemeyer »v Aloigan iOr|iheuiii| J.o- -Angeles.

Riekurd-, The (Rr'>udw'.iy i S|iringtie|d, Mass.,

Nina, Uai'oii A Fontaiii (P-oulevard) New York -I-.'..

i: dgewa.r. I'riizi tDrpInum) Ia)s Angeles.

Il,'i.-1 .'''T'. I'lMir. A Slr<i«» (I'anlac"*) I'ort. 1 .ehiiiaii fiihe. .Mino|, .N. Jl ; (fair) Devila .Nolili* A liriMiks lEa-t Liherfy) I'ilfsburg.

Rinaldo (Stale) New Y'ork.

Imi 11.. , .1., IMyl- (ra1a * i -N* «· H.i"n. lorn,

I ake 7 12. 1 .III*' T11*1 'friM'ior) Tro.v. N. Y*.

Nolan, I.ear.v. Cu ifantages) lais Aogelea; Rios, The D'riiheum) Ogden, Utah; (Pantages)

(fantage-) San Diego 7-12

Di'nver 7 12.

jlj,,

\, riii.in iii»l»*niai) Norfolk, \,i.; ling .k I..-;.' I .Nlo'I'*1,1:1 Si|.i fitisluirg.

Nolan, i'alll. .A Co. Ilveitli) Portland. Me.

Ritchie, Willie. A- Co. ('Ist .St.) New Torlt.

iM.i ,-I. I Ilarrl-lnire. I'a.. 7-1.'.

I.loyd A ·,nM)e ifillaiiT (..minniit

Nora A Keely (l yrtei Hoboken. N. J., 3-.Y.

Riila-rt', Rene i Keith i ITiiladelpUia.

lUri'oii A lliirton Si,t<T.« (Siiriitli St.) Mlnn*`- l.hi.vd A 1.0 "11111111 I' re-eenl) N* vv Orleana.

Nordstrom. .Mar-- ifala'-e) NeW Y'oyi.

Roger- Bros. i(T-Ieliration) New .Alarket, la.,

||M>! ·».

1 on,lei, Sl* |i|i*rs I foil I WTir`*e»'tr. Mass.

Nord'trom. Chiri n'e (Hennepin) ·Minneapolis;

(; (Capitol Reach) Linculn. Neb., 6-12.

riirri-on A I'akin (lilv.-r-i'l. ) \f«- York.

Inimloii-. Thr*'*' (l.yrn) Indiaiiaiiolis.

(I'alae) Maiikee ,712.

Rogers A .Allan iKeitli) Dayton, ().

II, t .k K-tii i I'antair.-.) Tai-oiua. Waah.; (fan- ' orriiiii*' S*r.*naJers ifm-toiii f.o-ti,n.

North A S<iiitli iPantages) Tacoma, Wash., Rogers A D<*nneIIy IStrandi Louisrille.

.1 I'"' tlainl nr*-.. 7 IJ.

I.·>||ise A .M.t'hell if.intag*--i M**iii|ihis. Tenn.

7-12

Rome A- (Jaiit (Keitl.) Rivston.

lli,«an. -Vli, Troii|M` llaa-w) faM>-aiiei* I'ark, I.ove Fiililts ifantages) Kansas ( ity; (fan- Northlane A YATinl (Pantages) Quincy. HI.

Rome A Bolton (Miller) Milwaukee.

N .1

Inge-l Ml mpl - 7 12.

·

Norton A .Niehols-iii 1 Mill St.) I os Angele*.

Rose, Jack (Keith) Daytoa, O.

h-. l.*w (f-'.'.tli St ) .\. w York.

I n** .V III'/ iKeThi T'h"a*I<'l'Ilia.

Norton .A Corl*<'tt (Orpheum) lays Angeles 30- Ro-e, Harry (National) New York 3-5.

IliH ihoiiK' A C-H.k ((>>;.>· am I .NVw York,

I.i.illovv. W.inda, .V Co, (.Murray) ItU'hmond, Jtlly 32.

Rosi'dale, Hurt (State) New York.

llt'n,'. 'l.ir.T iT<ni;li-l (···irolt

Ind.

Nugent, J. C., A Co. (Palace) Cleveland.

Rossitto A Co. (li' gent) Detroit.

IU/.ir,I. Ilap A .Mari*' ...

I>-trii,t. lil t r Ur*'*. tTi-niil*) Iieirolt.

Rounders, Tliree lY'onge St.) Torontt*.

.

H-al*.', r -k U I lli.ia<l««.'I N* « )<'ik. ll, art of a Clown iKivoli) ToN-do, (I.

1.. 'iiiau'- .Alie, Hand (111)1)1.) N'W York.

O Btien »A Josejihlne (Miller) Milwaukee.

Roy A .Artlinr (.Stale) New York. Roy A Rutiy (I'olii -Si rantou. Pa.

'I J

H' N r .k l!il*'v I .Man l.i'i*! 1 f-. It noir*'.

IVl C.illoii'gli. t .irl (I'antiiges) Quincy, HI.

H. IlkTi.'i. I he tfaraeoii I'ark) NaDta>k*'t

D Rr'en S -ters A Co. (Poli) Uridgp)vort, Conn., Jtoyi-e A- O'Niel (Bo-ton) Bo-ton. T-.'i; ifa;a'*e) Waterbury 7'J': (Capitol) H.irt- Rove A Maye i Palace) New York..

J

Iteaili. .Mas*. II ni-r-on. Uahv (K.':ih) Atlnr.t..

Cit., N. .1.

M'Donald. Don. A Co. (Ki ith) Wa-hington. .'IB' I'.irTiiie, (Jeorge il'iishw.ek) Krooklyn.

ford 10-12. D'Hanlon A /amisiuni iGrand) Philadelphia.

Ruhin. B* nuy. .k Co. lOrpheum) Brooklyn. Ruhini. Jin, A Co. (Lia-vr) Ixindon. Can.. 3-5.

llerta rt A \* * U'v I fro* ton .\|l'«ny. X. Y.

.M'lii'c. .I'le U. (Central fark G.irdens) Roek- D'Hare's, Hu-k. On li. (Palace) Chicago.

Riil'ini Sister'. Four lA'ictoria) New York.

ll.-mn. f.'Mi*'. A Co. iKiilton) Urookirn 3-r>.

ford. III.

D'Rourke A* Jackson t Keith) Roston.

Runaway Four (Uriiheimi Brooklyn.

II k. V I'.-i.-i iMiry .tii.h r-on) laoii'Tille.

11 kman fan'

i<*iphetini) Ia)» .knirel*-*;

M. i;ilili*in Trio t.Viuerienn) New York 3-5. M'Diatli A D**'ls il'iila* ·) .si. Pinil 3-o.

O'liva A Seals ifulace) .Milwaukee; (State- Rii--ell A Pierre (Hennepin) Ylinni-apoMs. Lake) Chicago 7-12.

lllill St.) 1.0* .tnaele*! 7 fJ. It a:.. I', I . .V I O I Keith) f.*>'ton. 11.1. '- Ilir-y IIr* * ni«> nt I fro,* l.\ u
ll.'ijii'-i llii'i'* I'li.rra.T) l;ii'l.m**n*l. Iml. llooum. K ' .. .V Co. iflk'' Cir ii-i .\'-hiahu'a. (). lleped'i, Sist. r* iK.'i-tlii kVa-hintti n. IlolUn(1er». The llteii ut) I>*'trolt. Ilolmea \ l.a'er' * fr.inklni > .N. »y Y rk. Jl(>pp<r. IMn.i W (kV rhli (iiniha; (laDlasea)
Kin^a* C t.T 7-1:; Hoatona, Th*- if t't I.ll-*'r»\> fitt-hiire. Ilowartl, Clara iiioM.n C.itei '.in fran*- -.-o Howard A \orw*"*l i.\v*n - Ui New Yirk U-o. {loward A I. ; ij il.ln- i'ln S<|. i .\* w Y* rk .'t o. Howard A l.von-* ifr'alorl Yi'nk*ra. N, Y Howard'-, .loe. Il.'k lie iColiiniM.ii I ar liiM-k-
·way. \ Y.
Ho'aoiy, .l- e *v .krt 1 kV.Til Inirlon St ) Ro«ton. Hodsm. Uert K.  .\t:*lomr) Moline. 111. Hnthy- .V 'l*rritl  I.yn- i Indi.in.iiioli!*.

MiDreevy ,v filers tfan'ages) Edmonton. Can,; il aiitnge-l t alga v 7 '
M Iniosli. I', ggy iMaJe-ii* ) Chl.'ago.
.M* K III. Reh- rt. A C'l. I I'aiitages) S(>okane
7-12. M I.* an. Ili'Miy. .A Co. (SI.K**) N* w York. M.T ii.n. John (M.ii*''t'') MTvvankee.
.M* WilMiinis. J.ni ii:* g*'iiti .N-w York. M l. k, Vv'T'oir (Orpheuui) J.os .Angeles; (Hill St.)
l.os Angeles 7-f2.

Oh. Charlie lOrplieum) New York 3-5.

Oliver A Ol'on (.Vinericau) New York 3-5.

Dims. J. A .N. iK*'itlii Dayton, d.

DNon .A Jdhn-on (Drpheum) 1-os Angeles 30-

Jul.T 12.

Dm*. R* n Nee ifantages) l,n» .Angeles; (fan-

tagi'-i S.,n n,*'go 7-12.

·

Ooeralogue ifals'-e) .South Rend, Ind.,

(iriental Sesenailers ifantages) Los Angeles;

li'antage-) San Diego 7 12.

~ Send us your route for publication in this list to reach z Cincinnati Office by Friday. Cards mailed upon request.

S-vlI & Pepper (Keith) Philadelphia.
.Samp-el A Leonhart (11 pp.) Ocean City, N. J. Sautii>y A Sawyer lOri'heiim) Brooklyn. .'argent A Marv n (R.verside) New York. Saunders. Blanche G. (Silvers Shows) Grand
Junction, la
Savton A Farrell (Palace) New Haven. Conn. Seliatfer A Kllioit ii:.i-t Lilo-rty) Pittsburg. Seeley, Blossom. A Bovs (H*nnepin) Minneaiiolis. S-nter. Boyd iHipii i New Y'ork. Seymour, Harry A- -Anna (Hill St.) Ig>s Angeles. Seymour A Cunard il'aiitage'i San Francisco;
(Pantages) Lo« .Ang*-les 7-12. Sliunn<in A- A'an Horn ii'.rand) .Atlanta. Ga. Sharkey, Roth *A- Hewitt (Alajestic) Milwaukee. Sliavv A I.*'e (Earle) I'liTadelphla. SlieldoD, Fehr A Heft tlani-oln Si|.) New Yorlt
3-.*i. Sle-lly, Patsy, A Boys (Miller) Milwaukee. Slurri Bi-viie (I'antag*-) (Juincy. III.

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H'lU A Hilibanl il»a\i'i f.it-tnirk. Hnnr'.r*)- a llan.l .iil-amli St. I,*.iit>*.
Htjayey, .limnir I lily*'r-lil*'l New Yi rk.

NAME.

Sh*'rman. A'an A Hyiinn li.yri' i iD'lianalWliS Slierman A Pierce iCapito; i AA'ind'or, Can. Sherwoods, Tl.e iRivoli) Toledo. O.

Hratn'* A Meinf.rre tfroeior) Yonkera, N. Y. Il.'atua A Krao< (Kelthi Ha.vton, O.

Shone. Hemline. A Co. (Maryland) Baltimore, shriner A Fitzsimmon- tfaiaee) Cinciniiatl.

iJ'dneys. Royal (Orphiaim) Des Molne-. la.. .7-5,

I'T iii: A fIw<H>d (felaniey St.) New York o-o.
Irw n. Flo. A Co. i.'i'-th St > New York. Ir.T. .Mil*'., A Co. (Mar* land) Ualtiinare.

WEEK

STATE

Sing*'r's Midgets ifro* tor) Mt. A'ernon. N. T. .skello, Mr. A Mrs. (Seaside Show) Coney
Island, N. Y. Slatko's, Harry. Revue (Pantages) Hamilton,

Can.; (Chateau) Chicago

,

J a* k'nii. Jean, Troupe (UoiileTard) New York *' 3-.'*. Ji'k«on. J.>e iPaotacea) Pueblo, Col.; (World)

Sloan. Bert (Pro*'tor) Schenectady. N. Y. Smalley. Ralph llmiieriali Montreal. Smith A Barker (A'i- toria) New Y'ork 3-5.

oma.ia 7 f.*.

Smith. Tom tl'ol:) Seranton. I'a.

.Ta-'ohaon. Sn-eha ifnlaee) Chleaao. Janet and Frun, e iMijoiii Uirn'inirham. .\la.

Smith A Cantor (Fe*'lor) Ilazletun, Pa. Smith A .Allman (I'antagc-) Edmonton, Can.;

Janl- A Chaplow tOrphiiim) Oakland. Calif,

(I'antagesl Calgary 7 12.

Jan- ,k Wbiih-n iTenii>le)

tro t.

.IJ'nn'e, I.afetite, A to iI.im'w) I/onJon. Can..

Smith, AA'illle (I.yrici Holiolien. N. .1.. 3-5.

Smith, f. A -A. ipaii." i I'itt-fleld. Mass.

--

Snead, Johnnie .A, (Maje-tic) Danrllle, A'a.

J'nnh'r Uro«. (Rialto) Chleago. J-rno' A fv.lyn i f nit.ig. -1 Minneapolis 7-12 Jer-el. tb-o.. A Co. (K*iihi Washington.

Song A Dance Revue (St tie) Buffalo. Songfieids. The (Keith) Bo-ton. Sonia A E-'orts (I'ant.-iges) Denver; (f lutag*

Jnhn'oin llro*. A .lohn-on iilrun*!) Atlanta, (la. J" n-on. Ha'. A Co tfantiiges) H.mi.lton.
< an 1 iC ateaii) Chleago 7'|).

I'uehlo 111 12. Stafford, Frank. Co. (O'-pbeum) Ogden, Utah; .
(fantages) Dt-nv.r 7-12.

J' n»on A Ilak*'r. iMoj,-ti* ) Clile.igo.

Stamm, Orvife, C*'. ifantages) Pueblo. CoL;

Jo'inum*.. Mu-leal (f-iMtor) .Mhanv, N Y. Jolly ( ork-. Five (Fifth .\ve ) X*'w York.

"K X.« a a a .a .a »t a X.a a X.a a X.«. aJ

(World) OniaVa 7-12.

Stanley. IT. A- (

\ .itnry) Holyoke. Mass.

J"l'"n. Harry ifrioter) .klhanv. N

Stanley, G*'0., A Sist*r iI.o*'vv) Ottavva. Can.

Jon*' A Jon*'* (Hoiileeard) New Y'ork S--"*.

Stanton, AVill, A Co. i.lani*-') Colurahus, O.

Jon,«. I-ham (Orpheiim) Oakland, Calif.; M.iik A laKue (Keith) Roston.

Orren A Drew iriates) P-rooklyn 3-5.

StateriKim f* (fantage-) san Franci'co; (fan¬

'(··pheuni) l4)* .\ngele* 7 12 J''*'. Jink lorphenm) l>. - M ne*. la., 3-j. J'lng. I(ie (Orplo'iimi New York .T-S. J "I a I'al (Sirandi W.nshlngtoo.

Ylaek, M'lgiiie (f.intage-) fejtUnd, Ore.; I'antag*-) s.in Jo-e. Calf.. 10-12
Magle.v-. The 11'.inlagi*-) Seattle. AVash. Alalia -A fart i()r|ilieuuii De- A|o!n*'s. la.. 3-5. Mantling A Cla-s (.M.iji sti-) Chi. ago.

(>-terman. Jack (Maryland) Baltimore. Ott'e, Bob, Show ((il.vnipia) Lynn. Mats.
Padul.i. Margaret ('1st St.) New York.

tage-) T.os .Angel* ' 7-12.

'

Steele A Win'low lK*i:l** Tol**(lo. O

Steven' A Briinelle (.Avenue Bi N* w York 3-5.

Stewart Clrl' iMiir-.iyi Bielimond. Ind.

Stewart A Olivi* Ca)iituli Hartford CAmn.

Manielfs M* k.n- lOriiln-iiin) !·« Angeles. K'fka .V Stanley (Seventh St.) Minneapolia. Mantilla A s-. il iStrandi AA'asliington.

I'aganna (Regent) New York.

Stllwell A Frazer iSiate) N* wark. N. .1.

I'alo A Palct (fantages) Kantaa City; (Pan- Stanley, Stan. A C*>. (llamiit*in) New York.

I'l'ii". Harrr ifoll) Urldg*')M'rt. Conn,

MSr. . Ill- -A S- al I I'l in-lin) NT-vv Y'ork.

hij.'amii iHovti l.ong U.'in'li. Calif.; (Pan- Marino !;· vu-- (Evru l Hol">k* n. N. J . 3-5.

'tg*'l salt Uike (Tty 7 12.

M.iiloii A J -on f.ilinel f,rtH*l.!yn 3-.'i.

tagi'-) -Alemphis 7-12. Pantheon Singers tl'oli) Wor'-e'ter, Mass. Paramount Four (Palsee) Cincinnati.

Stepp.-' A O'Neal iI'r**. ter) .Newark. X. J. Stoddard, Marie lUialtoi ('hieago. Stone A loleen (Eoew) White I'iains, N. T.,

Kan*'. ()|g, iMaJi'j-'h ) Chi. ago.

.Marki'T .V '..iv ifantag*'-) Spi'kane 7 12

Pardo A Archer (Orplieum) Boston.

3-5.

kan*' ,v lleriiian . Imii* r,al) Montreal. Karl*' A Horein (f ilaie) New Haven. Conn.

.M.irk-. foil. A I'o. (f.ilaii ) .'t. fan! Alarjlii. I A C'ow (falacei Rridgi i oit. IMnn.

fasi|iiali. YIme.. A C«. (Keith) Washington.

Striker. .At (Poli) Wor. *-t. ry Ma-s.

I'atriee. A Siilllyan ifantages) S|)okane; (fan¬ Slrouse. Jack ((iri>l.etim) iwd* n, Utah; (I'an-

Kay, Hjmlin A Kiiv lI.o*'nT f.ilisa.l*-- I'lirk. \. .1.
Ki'.iii.. n,i'...iril lOrpheiini) S.in Frnneis.'o;
"·rplu'iiio) (luklaml 7 1.'. K' lly A \VI-e Il.im oln S.|.I N. w York .'17*. h'1 .' Nora. ,V 111 I (k.le-'liiii I \ew Y.-rk. K. y A llrovvii I f 'lit ag*'-1 Toronto, (an ; ifiin-
'ag.-i Haiiillt<*ii 7 12 K- IV S|,i.rwi|| I I'aiiii.g*-!) San !· ego. Ca'lf.;
II ·' 11 I.oiig 11. a. h 7 12 K* 1 y A KiO'V iSlr.iiell shi niir.doili. fa. % Ki'imi,|j Iiari-* iltijio.) Iilrniinghain. .kla.

Marjlaiiil SIrg. r- Hlip ) (T* Vi latid. Ma-eol-. r gilt Ifris lori .Alanv. N. Y'. Ma-hii .A C**li* 1 Miller) M!'vvse.k-*e, M.i Sarl Si- . r* tl.yri.') linli inainilis. M.iutrlin. Il.iyvv.inl niooliu (lati ) .san Fr.ineiseo;
1 i|rjihi'ntii · (laklaiol 7'12. M.igi'llos. T'" I.laiiie-I Co1i;m)'US. O. .Mavvv.-II Tr o (Slirine Cin ils) Indiaiiaiiolis riO-
.lillv 12. Melhiil'i -A D.iil*' I f ro-i'i'i'i) Itrookl.v n. Altlpi.v S'-f*!-* (fiu'-rvi I'rov i,|. n*'e. R. 1.. Milters, I'lv iig if.ir.igon faik) Ro't*ii

tages) Seattle 7 12.

fatrleola (froitori Newark. N. J.

fatty. Alexander, A Co. (State) BuCfalo.

fanl A Diirliiie (Ilipi'.i Cleveland.

I'olly'a fiarla (Yonge St ) Toronto.

iTarl. Myron. Dancer- ifantages) Edmonton.

Can ; tl'antages) Calgary 7-!).

'

f'ri'S A .Armanil (National) New York 3-5.

fi'i-maine A Slielly (fantag**-) D-nver; (Pan-

tage-) fue)ilo ll*12

f!iilli)>s. Eyelyn. A Co. (Oriviienm) Boston.

Ihvsi.al ('iifure (Clol*.) A;lanC..' City, N. .T.

tagef) D.-nrer 7-12 .Stuart »A: Crotty (I'alace) Ind.anaivol *.
Sfutz A Biiigliam (I'uli.'ni !(ro*'kiyn 3-5. Sullivan A .My, r- (I'aaiage-i Toronto. Can.;
(fantage-) Hamilt n 7 12. Sully A Hoiigivion * n.imili* n) New York. Sully. Rog.-r' A S'jlly (F remeu's Ceiebration)
flttshiirg. f.i.
Swor, B'-rt iK*'ith) T**l'*Io, D. Svke', Harry, A Co. t'Oirine Ciren') Saliua, Kan. s.vIv.'nt. r. ' f" "I IIIu'li.'um 1 San Franciaco;
(Orpheum) l.os .Ang*'*-' 7-12.

h'liii. ilv, Hiin<lil ·2 1*1 SI ) Ni'vv kork

M.*"Of

f" I: f:ii. I (.a)' loll Ill'll'r.l. Conn. l')ekforil'. Tile I froailway) New Y'ork.

Syneopated To*'s (Brv>adway) New York.

K*ni A Allen (fala.*i ITtt-li*l*l Miss.

Alevers ,A H.iiinefonl (fanlages) M nneaividis; fierce A Ryan (folil Worcester. Ma'S.

K-nl. W in.. A ( .1 Ifal.i.e) M iwaiikee; (Statel ike) Chi,
|v'rr A r.ii-igii tl.>4'Vv) Alonfrenl. Kllp.iirli'k A .los*' Kllyiiiplel Wnt.-i(own. N. Y. Ko.g ,v Ih'ntiy lATi'tiiryT llolvoke, Ma-s. K i.iro Jap- il'alHi'e) smilli Iteinl. Ind , .'!*;
ll'alaei'i (Til,'ago 7'f2 Klein llro-. iK.'ith) Wa-hliigton. Ko l\o K.irtilval Co iltijoii) l(iriii!ngham. ,\la. Kr.ifi A l.iinioiit i Regent) Oi'troit. Kramer A I'.ovle i lli -hw lek l |tro.ikIvn Kranr A White (I*i,|,,,e) F.rt Wiivn*. Ind K I S-. K,,»,. |^,'|r I faiitiige-) t'algiiry. Can ;
I I'antiiKe-) Sookane 7 12. Krug A Kauniiinii (lyevv) Ottawa. Cm. K'll.ns, Three While tfanlugesi fort ainl. Ore.
L'l'r.iiue fro-, ifaiitages) Sun l'Taiiel-*o 7 12.
· 'T'arl. Roi, Co. | fill, (age · I T.ii'Ollia. W.i-li..
lalto-anta I fntitagi'i-) l.os .Angeles; tl'an· .ige,i San Diego T 12
la-iPe ,k shaiiler (Maryland) Ualtiniore; strand) Washington 7'12.
l.olora A Uei'kiniiii (VUtor.v) KTanarillo. Ind.

lAtnntag'-i K. gina. Can.. 7 0. Ml.ifahlla live 111) .Atlaiil *' C 'v. N J. MTIhril .A Marlin .|mii.*rial) Monln-al. Mllll r A Ma. k (fri-).*'. i' f.noki.vn. M fer .A Capnian ifant.iges) Hamilton. Can.;
iChateau) ch rago 7'!(. AIIIN *' Dime.in i Auieri. an) New York S-.T. M \ Until. A Co. (fanlages) San Francisco
7 12 M,iiito,' lA Grant iMarvTaniD faltlniore. .Ah nlro-e. fell*'. Rev lie (State) New Y'ork. .Misiie .A llagi T I Al.iry Aml> i'oni lavui-vllle. Mmire .A I'r* eil tfroeior) .New.ar'i*. N. .1. Misire .A Arnolil i( oloiiiaD 1 tiia. N. Y'. .Al.ii.i. Ro'i', Revue (f.ilaee) .s.iiith Reud. Inil..
Mora A Ree'-tes- Duo ((iraiiiD .Atlanta. Oa. At,.r.Ill A At,11 K It .i)iiloD Tr* i.lon N. .1 Atom, .A (Tiiii|il*'ll isl-l SI 1 New Y'ork. Al.iiiT-. AA ill (Craiol) I'liilinl'Ijih a. Alorrovv. AA'ni.. A Co. ii!*au.l' S' livn:-
Aliirton. I.llliaii (Crvelev So. I N* vv York R-.'i. A|,-.onl '.miilv iPaviNt fiti-I iirg. ... Art Co. (fantage') Denver; Ifant.iges)
fuehio llkl'J.

I'ierlot A S*'ofli'Id ifantages) Se.itile. Wash, filcer A D*»uglas ((ioi*e) .Atlantic C'tv. N. J. I'isino. C* n.. A Co. 1 Al.-troisilltan) Brooklyn, fisano A Umdauer tfala<'e) Milvvunkee.
folly A (*/ (Keith) Tide I*.. D. Powers. Two (Strand) Slieiianiioah. fa.
I'ower's EIei>hants iTLri' ) New York. Prevost A Gm'let (Emery) Provideme. R. 1.,

Tallin. Conrad A Co. (Ri.'ou) Birmingham, Ala.
Tangerine I'nlt (fantag*") 'fa'-oma. Wash ; Ifantages) fortiainl. ore.. 7-12.
Taylor, Howard A 'I'io-m il'.ila*'*') Brooklyn 3-5. T* rry. Frank (Bijou i f. riiiingliam. -Ala. Tieman's, Tad. Ciiliegiaii' (Main ST ) Kansas
City, Mo.; iMiirray) R.* hieeiid. In*).. 1C)-12. Tilyoii A Rogi-rs (fantag*') San D*<'go. Calif.;

PureeUa A Ramsey (Pantages) Los Angeles;

(Hoyt) Long B.a*'li 7-12.

(Pantages) San D'ego 7-12.

Togo. Sensational (Temel*') Detroit.

Tor no (fantage') fu»-bIo. CoE;

('World)

Alliens of .SvDOK|<ation. Six (Gates) Brooklyn

Dnial'.a 7-12

3-5.

Tracey A McBride (Dr|'l» nm) Brooklyn.

Traiian A- Walla* e lEa't Liberty) Pittsborff.

Du-e A: Edge (Pantages) Kansas City; (Pan-
" t.iges) Alcnipliis 7 12. Raiiilail. Ro''!y (Pulace) Milwaukee; (Palace)
Cliieago 7-12. Ra»s»i (StraiiiD Louisville. Rn-tell! 1 lli'tinepiii) Mlnaeapolis. liaymeml .A. Maekaje t Palace) Chleago; (Henne¬
pin) Minneatsilis 7-12. K.-ddingtons, The (Pantages) Tacoma. Wash.,
7-12.

Trails (fantage') Vaii**'Uv**r. Can Y'raver'. Koland illovt) l.»*ng Beach, Cauf.;
(fantages) Salt 1 ake Citv 7 12. Treyefte, Iren** iRiv**lii Toledo, O. 't'revato (Stiile-I-ake) Cliieag**. T-i'.da. Harry i i'antag* -) l.os -Angeles; (Pan-

(age-) S.an Diego 7-12. Tin k A Cmn (UivoB) Toledo. O. Tinker. Sophie (Palace) Chiv'ngo;

(I'alace)

Milwaukee 7-12.

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JULY 5, 1924

j

A; Steps iStriiii>l) Wiishinuton.

j Tiirelly (Lyiie) Inditiii.ipolis.

" U S. Jii/./

(sisi Sl.t Xew York.

Ills Cl.irk (Oi'iiliiHill) Sew Y'liik S-.'i. ^Tnusiiiil 'I'liii 11'.iiiiii^ev) Toronto, (.'mu ; I Tan*
taiJes) iiiiiiiilioii 7-lk'.
1|| J'tali. Itill (ilruiij) 81. Louis.
1 { I'.veiio .I.ijis (Worlil) oiniiha, (Taiitagos) Kiiii;,' sas t ity i-Li.

.'^an Arniim's ^Lnstrcls (I'.ilact. Springfield,

! ` * .Mass.

1 'an

Si hem k (Kushuiek) Itrookl.vn.

' 'Van A T.V'oii (Hoyt) Lorn; Ihaeli, I'alif.; tl'an-

taces) .Salt Lake C'lt.v 7 1:.'  Aan & Vernon (State) New York,

i Varvara. Leon (Kiiier.v) Trovideucf, li, I.. 3-,^>.

('erKii. .N. -V U. (tielor.i) lloi.voke, .Mass. Versatile Sle2>pers (Tantatres) .'! inpliis. Tenn.

I (Visser Trio (State) Newark, N. .1.

m'ox, \aleutiue (t)lobe) Atlantic City,

J.

Dorothy (Toll) Seraiiton, I'a.
ytiilker, liuddy (I'alitaKes) Seattle, Wash. Wallaee A: May (TuntUKes) Tueblu, Col ; , (World) (luialia 7 ID. UValton, Itert (IToctor) Siheiirefady, N. V. (nturd Ac Dooley (Teiuple) Detroit. Ward A; Wilson (Seventh .St.) .Miuneaiiolis.
|.Watts .V Itingold ((irand) ]'Iiiliiilelpli:a. WayliiiriTs, Ned, Kevae (Lurie) Tliiladelphia. 'Wuyiie, (Tin'ord, Trio (.Majesiie) Milwaukee. iA'elier (iiils. Three (Holden Cate) San Lr.incisco; ' (Orpheiiin) Oakland 7-lD. IWeeiu.s, Walter (llill St.) I.os .\ngelea. Welch, Hell (Talaee) Cliiciigo.
Wells, Virginia A: West (Columbia) Far Rock· away, N. 7.
Werner-.Vnioros Trio (Hoyt) Long Beach, Calif.; ^ (TaiitaKes) Salt Lake Cit.v 7 12.
(Vest, .Mae (lliverside) New Y'ork. Weston, Cecilia, A: Co. (Victoria) New York ; 3-.'). Wheeler A: Totter (Loew) Ottawa, C.an. '.White, s.iilor .Dm iLa-t Lilierly) Titts'iiurg. White, T.lael; A V-eless (Ilipp.) Cleveland. White A T.iitfon (Strand) I^onisvllle. Whitfield A Irelaiiil (TutitiiKes) Memphis,  Tenn, WlggiiiKville (Tnntases) Salt Lake Cit.v; (Or|l t ptieiim) (igdeii 7-12. j -Wille Bros. iTauiages) Tacoma, Wash.; (Pan` I tages) Tortlaiid, ore., 7-12. liVillB A- Itobiiis (Tantagest Seattle, Wash. Wilson, Jaek (State-Lake) Cliicago. WilHuii, Crank iM.-iry .\ad'rson) Ixuisville. AVilson, I.iew A .Madeline (.Seventh St.) Ylinue at>olis. Wilson-Aulfey Trio I Ilipp.) New York. Wilson A t arson i Carle) Th lad"I|.|ii:i. AVilson, A1 11. (laic"! White Tlains, N. Y.,
i 3-3. 1; 'Wilton Sisters (Oridieuin) Brooklyn.
* Winehill A Hrisew (Or)ilieum) Ho*ton. |{ Wink, lieorge (Toli) Worcester. Ma'S.
Winnie A Dolly il'antagos) T..rtlaud. Ore. Wire A Walker (Talaee) Itorkford, Ill.. 3-.'). I Wttt A Winters (Vietoriil N- w York 3-."i. ' IWolf A Bender (Talaee i Wuterlnir.i. Conn. Wonder Seal (Taiitage*) IMmonton, Can ; (TanJ tages) Calgary 7 D. I tWood Ac White (Lnipir. ) Tall Biver. Mass. , `Wood, Wee Ceorgie (Ci.l'len Cate) .-..m - Franciseo; (()ri)heutn) O.ikl.ind 7-12. ,Woods .V Fr.ineis (I*i]lace) South Beml., lad.,
f 3-5. Wordens, Lour (Sl.eiidan Si ) Tiitshurr.
Wrecker, The (Boulevard) N> wr York 3-5. iWripht A Douglas iCrandi St. Loiii-. AVright Dani'eis (Capitol) MTudsor. Can. Wylie A Hartman (Itegent) in troit. .1
yeilereu.s. Lour (Tautages) Qnincy, Ill.
Yeoman, Ceorge O aiiitol) Windsor, ran. Yip Y'ip Yaphaiikers i leff, rsoiii .N \v York. Yong Wong TToniie (Talaee) Bro>.>klyn 3-5. York's Tniiils (Kegent) Detroit. Yoiihl, l.ittle (Tantagi s) Oniney, HI. Yvette A Band (Palace) New Ila iu, Conu.

II .Z iava (Dclauocy St.) New York 3-5.
j ^<el!ia Sisters (Orpheum) Brooklyn. I I i^iegler, N. A L. (Colonial) Lancaster, T'a.

·I CONCERT AND OPERA

;routes for this column should reach . THE CINCINNATI OFFICE BY SATURDAY
MORNING TO INSURE PUBLICATION)

'lYborn Mu'ical Co.: (105th Pt.) Cleveland. O.,

, indef. · Vborn Musical Co.: (Keith) Indianapolis, Ind.,

^ indef.

.lamhie. Krnest, Concert Party: Parma, Ida.,

s

Weis.T -1; P iker, Ore., 5; Colf.av, Wa-h ,

, 8; la-wistoii, Ida, !·: Wal'a Walla, W.ish., 10; : DalLis, Ore.. 11; Corvallis 12.

·Itlopper. lie Wolf, ,C- His romio Oiiera Co.: ,(Toll) W.Hshiugton, 1). C.. indef.

Aliinieipal Opera Co: St. Louis, Mo., May 2(5ij -Aug. 2.'

i:,.{avlnta Park Opera Co.: (Ravlnia P.irk) Cliir (-ago .Tune Dl-Sept. 1.

'-Coo Opera Co,- (Zoological Garden) Cincincati,

O., June 21-Aug. 10.

DRAMATIC & MUSICAL

ifROUTES FOR THIS COLUMN SHOULO RfACH THE CINCINNATI OFFICE BY SATURDAY MORNING TO INSURE PUBLICATION)

· lAbte's Irish Hose: (Rti-dehaker) Chicago Dec.

I 23. indef.

Abie's Irish

I 22. inde/

( \li 4-'s Irish

·e ' itAli

<As'lgI. ri2-h

Rose: Ro^(>; Ruse;

(Republic) New York May Nerna.k, O., .3 5; 'I'oii ilo Pi-rant .n. I'.i .'{d Tiilv 12.

C\'l i.od s C'.i.iiin (lOt Wings; i I'rovineetown) I \iw Ve-k .May 15. indef
] Amtior L! :;d: (ITincess) Cuieagn .Tune 22, indef. t.\rtis(^ a.,.| .Models; (Apollo) Chicago .Imie 1,
, * sr.di f
I I'arryiiM.-i , Lt',i |, in The I.airglimg L.idy: (CurI rati) -^aii L: ii:c:seri ;',i)-.Iuly ~

tBaitling Puttier: iTime.s Pu.) Ni w York Oct. S,

jii indef.

· Beggar on llor-ebaek: (Broadhurst) New York

Let.. 12, ini!' f.

,1 Blue I'..ii d'.uii  Ilic; (Vanden-iit) New 7'o'k

.liiiie

iimI I

((Bride, '1 .! ; ihpip .il.) Ni iv York M.ry 5, 'ud-f.

jt.Charlii s. .X'ldr. . tteviie of I kl' iSeiw.ni ,j New lorn .Ian. f), indef

t he.nper lo .Marry; (Beltnonl) Ni w York May 12. .Ddl t

_ *

('·Ilia: illiidHou) New York .\pril 22. indef

Deluge. Tia-; iCorti Clih-ago .Tune 15, indef. Dr. .1111 I. I i\\ .liur) Bi.-tou Ma.i ! . iinlei.

L.-isy .'!|rei t: (Woods! Chicago June '22. indef. L'liris'iug Willie: (4Sth St.) New York April
id. inili f

Lata Morgan.!: (Lyceum) New York April 14, iiidcf.

I'as>iIii.OTini:detft.Jreenwieh Village) New York March

Klnssii.: (l.yrie) New York June 3. indef.

Hive and Take; Sioux City, la.. 2; LeMiirs 3:

Slielihui I; Luverue, Tliiiii., 5; Catilon, S. 1)..

· ; l.'stherville, la.. 8; Forrest City 9; .Algoiia 111; Ri.lle 11; Lake Cit.v 12.

tiive and Take: HallipoLs, ()..

IroDton 3;

Tiluefield. W. Va., 8; Williamson 1(1.

House Hangs H.gli (Bijou) New York Jan. 29 ind' f.

Grand St. Follies; (Neighborhood) New York ·May 20. indef.

Hampden, Walter, Oo.; (National) New York Dee 17. indef.

Her Way Out; (Gaiety) New York June 23, indef.

Ml Say She la; (Casino) New York May 19, indef.

In Biiinville. with Sissle & Blake: (Tremont) Boston June 2, indef

Inuoeeiit L.m's; (Winter Garden) New York May 2fi. indef.

Keep Kool; (Moroseo) New York May 21, indef.

Kid Boots, with Eddie Cantor: (Earl Carroll) New York Dec 31. indef.
Kreiitzer Sonata, with Bertha K.alich: (ITazee) New York .May 14, indef.

Liglittiiii : Columbia) San Francisco 3(V-Jiily 5; (Lurie) Oakland, Calif., @-12.
Little Jessie James (Little) New York Jan. 28. indef.

Looked Door, The: (Cort) New York June 19, indef.

·Matis .Toll, A: (Walnut St.) Pbiladclpliia 30.Tuly .5.

Melody Man, with Lew Fields: (Forty-Ninth .Pt.) New York June 2, indef.
Meet tlie Wife: (Klaw) New York Nov. 20, indef.

No. No, Nanette: (Sam H. Harris) Chicago May 4, indef.

Oik soak, with Tom Wise: Portland. Ore., 29liily 5; .Seattle. Wash., 8-12.
On the S'air^: (Central) Chicago, .Tune 1, indef. I'lnin June; (Sam H. H.yrris) New York June
23, indef.

Potters, The: (Plymouth) New York Dec, 8, indef.

Bnnniu' Wild: (Colonial) New York June 23, indef.

Shooting Shadows: (Ritz) New York June 26, indef.

Show Off, The: (Playhouse) New York Feb. 5, indef.

Plout, L Verne. Players: Carthage, Ark.. 3;

Altheim'T 4; Gillett 5; England ·; Lonoke 8; Beebe 9; lies Arc 10; Bringley 11; Holly Grove 12.

So Tins Is Politics: (Henry Miller's) New

York .Iiino 12, indef.

Spring Cleaning: (Eltinge) New York Nov. 9, indef.

Their Honor the Mayor: Stafford Springs,

Colin.,

Danielson 7; Oxford. Mass.. 8:

Ware 9; Grafton IW; L'xbridge 11; Marlboin
12.
T..1IC Ilf I's, with Maude Ilanaford: (Play¬ house) Chicago Juiie 22. indef
Topsy and Eva, with Duncan Sisters; (Selwyn) Chicago Dec. 30, indef.
Trial II III'} moon. A.; (LaSalle) Chicago June 211. iiidi f

'Jry It Willi .\!iic; (Filty-Second St.) New York .luiic 2.3. iudi 1.
I'licic 'I'miii s ( abiii, .'lasun Kro.-., nigrs.: St. Rigi> F.cD. .N. Y . 2; Lake I'laeid 3; Saranac Lake 1; I'l.iti--liiirg 5; C'lrinth 8; I'urt Uenrv 9; Foil Lil'vard lu; Gli us Falls 11 12.

log.."-; iSliul'crl)

w York March 25, indef.

Werewolf. Tie-: i.Vdelplil) Chicago June 1, indef.

White Cargo: i Daly I New York Dec. 24. indef.

While e. He. rgi. Scandals; (Apolio) New York

.Iiliic .311, indef.

W liole funu i> Talking, with Grant Mitchell; (Plymouth) Bo.-ton Jimc 2, indef.
Wililituoer, wiih Edith Day; (Garrick) Chicago June 1. indef.
Wiiiiderfiil Visit: (Princess) New York May 14.

ndef.

Z.i. g.ild Follies; (New Amsterdam) New York June 24, indef.

STOCK & REPERTOIRE
(ROUTES FOR THIS COLUMN SHOULD REACH
THE CINCINNATI OFFICE BY SATURDAY
MORNING TO INSURE PUBLICATION)
Ailiee Theater Stock Co.: Providence, U T , inil''f.
.Viigi'H's Comedians; Griswold. Ta., .30-JuIy o. Augustin, Wm., Stock Co.: (Olympia) Olonees-
ter. Mass.. Indef. Baldwin I'layera: (Atlanta) Atlanta, Ga., In-
·li.f, Bayonne I'liivers; (Oper.i House) Bayonne,
N. J.. indef. B.-rkell's Grand Players: (English) Indianapolis.
Ind . .April 29. indef. P.ijoii ri.ayers: (Bijou) Bangor, Me., Indef. P. j'oi Players; (Bijou) Cliattanooga, Tenn., in-
d"f. B. ii-ii lie. Ji'S.sie. Stock Co.: (Garrick) Detroit,
M I'll.. I:;.|i.f. P.M-toii Stork Co ; (.St. James) Boston. Mass..
A g. 27. indif. P.i.iadw.iy S'lM-k (>).: (Powers) Grand Rapids,
'I''!i.. indef. P."..\:i. n.irry L'.. Sliow.s; Spring Valley, Wis.,
1; 1) iriiud 5-12.
Bryant. .M.ugiiiTite. Players: (Savannah) 6a vnniiah. Hii.. April 21. Indef
Bii. .itink Co.: Medicine I-odge, Kan., .30.Iiily 5.
Caiiiiii II Players; (Towers) ('amden, N .1 . indef.
( Idragii Stork Co,. Chas. H. Rnsskani. mgr.: · Igikniiont Park) Altoona, Pa., .May .30, indef.
Ci.i.inial Players; (Co'onial) Kan Diego. Calif., Iiih f.
Cotonl.al Playerb: (Colonial) Cleveland, O., indef.
(i.rii'dv Players: (Comedy) Toronto, Dnt., ( an., Illdrf,
Cyril. Park pl.iviTs; (Cycle Park) Dallas, Tex., Mav D. till!, f.
11. in.'lull'. I.illiiiri. Stock Co.: lido a Park) X'oiiiKrwtowit. (1.. indef. '..iiihii I'is .r . Iii'ivei. Col . indef.
1 or-e>.s PlaverR; (F.mnr<'F«) Vancouver, B O, · 'an . Iti'i. r
I iiiRvthe PlsyerH; (ForayliK ) .Atlaulu. tla , Ind. f.

Fulton Stork Co ; (Fulton) (laklsn-J. t alif.. in-
def. (ihiKer. Vaughan, I'laveri; (Lyi .' iiil R ". lu iier.
N. V.. indef. Grrditiier Player-', Cl.'de 11. Hoidmie'', mgr.;
(Orphimm) Sioux Fall-, S. I>  April t.t. In¬ def.
Grauil Players; (I'.raud) London, tint.. Can.,
iiidef. Harder & Hall Stock Co. : Il'alai-e) Port Ri. Ii
mond. .s. I.. N. Y.. indef. Hart Pla.vera; iHnrl) Long Beach, Calf.,
indef. Hill'kiii'-B.'ill Stock Co; IGiiry) Gary, Iiul.,
indef.
Holyoke Players: (Mountain Park! Holyo'.,..,
·Mas-., indi'f. Horm II Players; (Mayestic) Hornell. N. Y.,
indef. Hud-on Plavers: (Hud-on) I'nion Hill, N. .1.,
iiidi f. Indianapolis Stock Co., t.Murat) Indianapolii,
Ind., May 5, indef. Jefferson Players: (Jeff-rson) B.rmingham, -Ala.,
indi-f. Keith Players; (Keith) Columbus, 0.. indef.
King Players: (Mission! Iiong Beiiili, Calif., iiidi'f.
King Stor'k Co.: Iloiikin-'llle. Ky.. 30-.lul.v 5. Kramer, Ella, Co.: (Hersliey Park) llershey.
Pa., indef. LaA'ern, Dorothy, Players: (Orphenm) Madison,
Wis., indef. Lakewood Stock Co.; Lakewood, Me., indef. I.nltrlnger, Al, Htoek Co.: CKurtz) Bethlehem,
Pa., April 21, indef. T.yric I'lityers; (lyric) Atlaufa. Ha.. Indef. Lyric Players: (I.,yric) Birmingham. .Ala , in¬
def. Maeauley Players; (Marauley) Louisville, Ky.,
indef.
Majestic Players: (Majestic) Ctira, N. T., indef.
Majestic Stock Co.: (Majestic) Lo» Angeles. Calif., indef.
Massey's Comedians, George Massey, mcr.: Morehouse, .Mo., 39-.Tuly 5.
Metropolitan Playe.rs. Frank Phelps, mgr.: (Royal Alexandra) Toronto, Can.'tda, May 19, indef.
Moroseo Stock Co.: (Moroseo) Los Angeles, Calif., indef.
Ohio Players: (Ohio) Cleveland. O., Indef. Oliver, Otis, Players; (Jefferson) Hamilton, O ,
indef. Orpheum Players: (Orpheum) Montreal, Can.,
indef.
Orpheum Players; (Orpheum) Kansas City, Mo., .April 27. indef.
Orpheum Players; (Orpheum) Duinth, Minn., indef.

Orpheum Playei-s: (Orpheum) Nashville, Tenn., indef.
Palace Players: (Palace) .Seattle, Wash., in¬ def.
P.'i.k Players: (Park) Canton, O. indef
Pittsfield Stock Co.: (Union Sq.) Pittsfield, .Mass., indef.
Players' Guild: (Davidson) Milwaukee, Wis., May 18, indef.
Plaza Players; (Plaza) .Asheville. N. C., In¬ def.
Poll Players; (Court Sq.) Springfield. Mass., May 5 indef.

Poll Players; (Grand) Worcester. Mass., indef

Poll Players: (Palare) lUrtfunl. i .nn.. .\piil 28. indef.

Proctor Plays; illarmanus Rieerker Hall)

·Albany, N Y., ind* f.

Proctor Player-; (Proctor) Eluaoeth, N. I ,

Sept. 3. indef.

Regent Players; (P.cgent) .'Iii-kegoi:. Mieh , indef.

Sjonger Players: (St Charles) New Orleans, La., Indef.

.Sherman Stock to.: Cedar Rsi'id.. I.i., .April 27. 'ndef.

Sights' Comeiiian-. .1. W. Hamilton. HI., :3>-.Iul.v 5.

glits, mgr :

Spooner, Cecil. Stock < ; iNi'w Metropolis,

142d st. & Third ave.» N.-w York, indef. Springfield Stock Co.: (Sun) Springfield, O.,

indef.

State Players: (State) Ni w llrun-wick, N. .1., indef.
Stiiekiy Bill.'.' Comedian-: Cherryvale, Kan.. 30-.Iuly .5.
Swain, AV. !.. Show: i'lon iice, .Ala., .{ti-Juiy .5.
Temple Tlieater Stoek Co.; Hamilton, tint.. Can., .March 17. Indef.
Walker, Stnarl, Players: (Cox) Cineinnnti May 5, Indef.
WalkiT, .Stuart, Players; (Victory) Dayton, O., indef.
Wieting Players: (Wleting O. H.) Syracuse, N. Y., Indef.
Waddell. Clyde M.. Stock Co.: (Bijou) Savannah, Gu., June 2, indef.
Wilkes htoi'k Co.: (Alcazar) San Francisco, in¬ def.

BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS
(ROUTES FOR THIS COLUMN SHOULD REACH THE CINCINNATI OFFICE BY SATURDAY MORNING TO INSURE PUBLICATION. PFRMANFNT ADDRESSES WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED FREE OF CHARGE.)

.Alliti'-, .Tiaii: M.iriimli. HI.. 'tO-JiiIy .5 .Min t re'-, S.; Halllmure Mil., .'ill-July 12

.Aii-Hii'-. Hi iiry, B.iml; istee|'leel'a.-e I'ark)

('"iiey I.-I.ind, X. V., Ill'll f.

|·l'iintiiii'- .Milliou Dollar B.iui). (.Al Fri S''ii

I'arkI I·l·l>r'a. PI.. I E.ir. L:i 7, .Xtlaiita 8;

Iti'-iiler

(KliW'i pi; |riIul(.'ll II; Hiile--

tiiirg 12

B.iiig-I'p St', From Dixie H-tyd .Slein-I (Cloh

Wlieli riiU'r- I Chi'-.igo, Indet.

B.islli' s Band; il.iina I'sik) .MillTlIIe, N. J mil f.

BenneH'K. .lee. .Xlnoiiligiit 8ylu-epater-: I.Al.iNkan Roof Hordi iil. Memiilils. 3'. nti.. until (). t. 1.
Blake's, Ed'lie, Orcli.; Club Tijoana, .New York, indif
Blue Mi-lode Boy * dreii . F.ddie Elliott, mgr.:
(Kinilworth Hippudronii ) Aslieville,' N. c,. indi f Bi.iltelle Brie Rnitiboxv Oreli.: (CoiitiHieiMiN River I'.ir:, i Pill.. .N'. 11 . until .Se|i(. 7. Br'iiikb', C. .s : .Xlorri-. Ill., 39-.luly .5; .Moline 7-12.
Ca-tor'N, Rolieit, ,-ieveii Aei-t.; (Palace do
Royal) .\:l-livil|e Tellll.. ill'li'f
Chicago Ilarmonv Kings, Geo. R. Renrick. mgr.; (Sunset HanlenNi I>,s Angeles. Calif Mar I .-. 8-1,t 15
Cilia' -. .AIlool I l oraiii. <> . iii.lrih-
Daly's, I.po. Poll rf lini-rs. Hi nrick .I'lhii' <n,
mg'.: (Pliichiirsl Park) Billerica, .Mash.. .May 10, indef.

Dnvi-, .Meyer, (·reli.: Bar Harbor. Me., indef.

I'lVi-. .Meyir, Oil'll.: (Xexv Deean House) .''w.iiiiji- oti. Mass., Imli'f.

D.IVI-. .XI'.vi-i. Drill.: (Forest liiii) Eagles Mere

Pa., Ill'li'f

D.iv . Xli-yir. Oreli.: (Bellevue-.Strniforil Roof ';.ii bill I'liiladi'lpliia, Indef.

Dan-. Mi-yer. D'-rli.: (Deal Inn) De.il, .V. | illllef.

Du . . xp >er, Dreh.: (Hotel Sbelbutne) Allantic City. ,\ .1 . Illllef.

Du s. M'}'!', Dreh.: (Pevitlon Royal) I.rnbriMik X, 7 . illllef.

Dm.-. Xl.yer. D li.: (Glenwood l.ndgi) Glen"`Ii'd, .N, 7 . Illllef.

I'l l Moll'' Sy le oiiutnr.s, E. R. Ciiiiimiugs, mgr.:

SIioibelK iile. lb. 3-5; Whei Dug, \V. Va.. «-'.(

Dmi'. .Miyer. Dreh.: (Hotel Bu.sserl) Bruuklvn! 7".. illllef.

Dmi-. XI. y. r. Orel',.: (West A'irginla Hotel) BDlei el'I. W. \ a.. Dull f.

D.1VI-. xi'-yer. Dreh.: (Hreenbrier Hotel) AVbIte .'-iiii'liiir .-iiiniig'. W. V.a.. Indef.

Dmi-. 'I'.ver, Dreh.; (.lefferson Hole!) Riehiiioml. In., indef.

Daxis. Miyer. Dieh.: l.Montli'ello Roof Garden) Norfolk. \ a . .iidef.

Davis. .XleyiT, Dreh.: (Maryland Theater) Balti¬ more, XPI , 7 12.

Davis, Mixir. Dreh.: (Ketth's Chestnut St) Philad. ;|.liia 14-19.

D.xvi', .Xleyi r. Dn ii.: (X. w Willard Hotel Roof

HirdeiD; 1 Poxxliatan Roof Garden); (Clievy Cli.i-e l.'ike); 1 Coiigre--ional Coiiniry Cluh);

il'i'liiiiil'ia Coigilry Club); (Steamer .Si

.lohnsi; (Colonial Iteaelil; (.Mar-hall Halil; I.Miiiior ||:I:'I; ('I'owii and Country Club); (.Xl 'iitgoiiiery Club); i le-e lloii'e); (Marring,

ton Hiiti-i); (Chevy Cliase Country Club); .ill

in Wiishiugtoii. D. ('.. liidi'f.

DeCiiIa's, I.'Oil- .1 ; Clih'ago .lU-Jiily 12.

Dooley'-, Frank. Rajahs of Kliythm: (Greeo

Igrntern Inu) Chicago. Indef.

Polo's, B. c.: I't. D'-lge, la., ::0-July 5.

Dow's. Clayten. Dreh.; (Playhouse) RartM, _ 7\ i«., ludi f.

Eiili.ink's, Philip E.; Sonora. Tex., 1-5.

Fisi us. J. Han. t otiiiuodurp LIreh.: (Terrtrs

Harih'n Ina) .Appleton, Wis. Indef.

Fob'y's. Bill, Keystone Serenader-- (South

Main Garibrs) Akron. O., April 1. indef.

Halo r- Broii.lway Entertainers; It. o' li) '! iia-lia, \Vi-.. in'b f.

(Brighton

Haul'-. George. Dreh.; ll.illimure, Vld., Indef.

Georgian Entertainers, R. .Al. I.yldesley, mgr.;

(Ca-'iides Garden') Chietgo. III., Indef. Gr.-i'ii .XDIi Dull'-" Dn':i , .><. .1 sieln's; (.South
SI:or>- X lew Hofei I Chle.ig.i, Initef.

Grella's. Roeeo. Baud : Le\ingt<iu. Ky.. lodef.

IIjH-, I'r-d. It'.val Terra-e Deb.: (The Hitz) Coney I-land. X. A'., indef

Harr.-', .\l : Beaver Dam. Wig.. ;U>-July 5.

Hart gau Bro-.' Dreh.: .New York 3«i-July 5.

Imps' (ireh ; (Green Tr>'e Ga-deus) Clear Lake,
la., in.il f. .H -Iier-i'ii's, C. 11., Ilus-ar Bund: E. Liyernool,
D.. .Inly 5.

Jpu.'k a. Fr' d. Orch.: Pittsburg, Kan., Indef.

K.iriii \ .Xu'lrews' Dreh.: i.Meyers Lake Park) _ Cant' n. D.. imiel.

Kayd'tk. The. George McCown. mgr.; I Ringham) .Aalieville, .N. C.. Indef
Kentucky Kernels, Jos. E. Hoffman, mgr.:

iJoylaiid Cb'ioo) I.«xington, Ky., April 21Oet. ).

Kibbler's, Gordon. BUek &. AA'hlte Pennsyl-

vauiaii-; iCouiy I-land) ClDeinnati, 0., Msy 24.S.pl. 1.

Kib! li r Honl'iii. Black & AVIiile Pennsylvauia
Si-\eu. X-ia Re-tsiiraut) Srraeu-e, N. Y., intil ( I, 1

Kd'bler's. H.'rd 111. It a k A While Oreb.: HarrisI'lirg, I'l . io.l'.'y 5.

Kirktiaiii'-. D"n. .st-ri-n.idei.-: (Lagoon Resort) Salt I'.ilx' City. » tall, until S- pl 2

l.ai'luer's Raiiilsiw Dreh.: (.Merrimae Park)

l.iixreii''. . 'la-s , Indef.

l.S'lner'a Dixieland .'-eren iders: (l.jike Dennison) XX'iii. Ill i,'l"ii 'las-., indi'f.

Lailmrs Xirginians: (Charlton Hall) Charlton, -'la-a., iD'lef.

I,andry'8. Art. Oreli.: (Loew'a Warfield) 8aa
Fran-l-eo. tr.def. Lankford XX.iltir; la-ltehtield. Ky.. :)0-July .».

L-'gau s, Hirry. Dr' li.: iSuiinyatde Pavilion) Rmxliii-. Will, indef.

l oxe's I'.aiol: .Saeraiiii iito. Calif., ."lO-July ,5.

Muah

Iiilly, I'lxlelaiid Baud: (Boardwalk

Danee Paxillont PnLlo Beach, Fla., Imlef.

Maeltrlde s. .1. X . Dreh.: (Green Park Hotel) Green )'iTk. .V. C.. until 8i-|i|. 15

Makers. Jiy, Drill.. Wui. Sutherland, mgr.;

(Kidd !«pt ng ) Dallas, In., until Hept. 15. 7larigoI t Dr-h., Geraldine \Void*'ii, mgr.:
(Ti'Vi l.n.d. (I., Itidef.

MeDoneir-. .Xilriau, Dixie Svnenpator-: (Bal¬

boa I'aviiioiit Balboa Bearli. Calif., Indef.

MeKoxvii

I..ii, Miisleian-; (Harden) Flint,

Mlili. indif.

Mendith's. .Die!;, Dreh; I'tiea. .\ Y . m l f

(.Kt. Mark's Inn)

Mliiuil 1,11'ky Sevi h, (I. H. Iri Inn, mgr : iToklo

Haiileiisi Mil log.'iii Cjly, Hid., iiultl Si'ld II.

-Morris' Rimn ew Dreh.: (RIvPr-lde Pavilion) _ Kill-iuni. \Vi- . mil l O'-tolw-r 1.

Xei'l'-, Car': I iliaiina, \a., .'!D-Jiilv .>; Port Royal 7 !2.

Orig iiil Ki'tilu kv Night Hawk-, Shannon Riee, uigr : ir.iell Springs Resort) Irvine, ky . until Iiei 1.5.
Orig lint I I'otn .run rs. Nelson liurat. mgr.: Riehnionil, Kv.. indef.
Origif.ai I'a-I nier-' ll-'h., G, C. Zenor, mgr.: W .-lefa. ). Ill . Illllef.
O.igirsl Xliaiiii .six; (.Shore Inn) Oanartie SI'TI'. N. V . .Ildef
Dl.g't sI .-oi.Dirii I olli'glaiis Oreli.; Charlotte,
N. I , "b '

<' O ' o. ml ;l .Xiv.,-. 25. I' li.-sl .nil M.ii- llliu. & WliDe Drill.: (Idlo
ll'iirl 11 ml it'v ("II. liiiD, Illllef Pill Plddbls iSiil S(elllh): iTlillllde lull) III-
 .1"'. \\ is., imlel Priiii - . Xiibiir. Band: (Luna Park) Coney
l-l.iiid. N \ , indi'f. I'liridi- Dell.,.- i.-iyil Steins); (Derby (ale)
t bieiigi) Didi-f.

Roman e of H.iiniony Oreh. It W. Stamper,
mgr; I Hung tar Restaurant) Payton, () . In di'f
Ros. Roi.iii Lnfi. (ireli. Selnix, AtB . inib f
R"xal Terr.ie.' Dreii. (Syd Stein's). lIliMnI Terrace) ID,-III,011.1. led . Iiid.-f.
Roy.it I'.ihii Hiili'i'i .iiiers, II li Havworlli. mgr; i l!r...i.| |:,pp|,. fnrl.) In Iiiiii,i|ioll-, Ind. imtil ;ie|ii I,

.-"I I'll.,., 'iile.i.ri. llow.iid F'lk .11,

t R ' H 'll' I WilI,aIII .port. I'll

:ii .Inly .5

Hi'iri ..-ilisliiiiv Mo ai.lnh I

Sign ill,' ,

l ierv. XI. Ii.dy Clia|.-; \\ i-imisln

Rapids, Wij., .ti).|iily o.

S\<l SU-iii '-t: (WcKMlIawn Park IJ.mm (!ri at. A ·'<>.; Itussi r. In<l ; Shi*.*)>irir ·' mii- v I'.rus.' Sl:<nv; Hii(l|$>`liopt. Ti-».

Kv.. iii'l' f

, V

llaixl: iW.llxw tJrovf Park)

l*a . Hilttl Si'i't.11

ir! Onh.: i rrii'irltlc Hotfl)

I 'l . X. V,. inilif.

n.<». k tlr. li.: Hnrllncton. Wla ,

I.. 4.."i- Hcliiit ti-iS; Ko-kford,

RLESQUE
nollrw.-.'d I'olliei tColiimbla) N>w York June 23July P.

^g^QIQg

9 COLUMN SHOULD REACH I OFFICE BY SATURDAY
insure PUBLICATION)

Ooldrn Sc lamg'a: (R.il.il >

Liny

tColonlal) Xorlolk.

P.'P Sc Olntor Hotup: IFourI Kr r. Pa , Indi-f. I It.mhny n'rl«; (Columbia)

'IViiiplp of Kniiwtialge. .Miirioii, III., .`Ill July i

THE MASTER SHOWMAN

iili. I'i';|ir. M-,i.lcljn. I-Ti'. Fnliiiwli,.- iiiv .'K-

Koyal Ilnllan I lit I Jl ig-rj. P. II Itiii'iw-iT.

mer.: Wm .-a. i;:..

I .nt n 1 It i. l.ns.

TlUe 3; .Vr" izx .... 7. U.hi.x ..ii-i- S; I arr.iil.

ton !·; 'll. iiluf III. Cr . nvi ,. i|

lliiV.al Tlarii. · Mu-, uii. I,. It Cnji, , ni-..;

Jiini'sh 'i I. .\rk . .'lii-rilx

Sallohurv's, Law-i.ni-". smv. nndi r r inra-;

Kayitt'-i Ip.. lad,

,v . .tx" : 7 iJ

Spnim Family Sh. xv, Ilj riiti '^p.r.n. mgr ; < ,mI .r.

v.llp. (I., .'to.luly

Tiirtlf, Wni. t'., MdSician: N.-xr .Matkrt, la.,

Viorra'i IlawaiiaDK;

ITnii.ntoxvp. Pa., 2;

MorKanliiwn. W Va.. 3.

Wing «. Ti'iiM.it ti , ll.iijy .Iji k SImxt; Xiwport,

Vt., 2; llar.lw'li'k 3, St. Johnshurr -1; i.rme-

tou, -N. II., 3.

WimmIo, J.I-. F , I'ony Cirfiis: Er e B noli

Park, imt.. indef.

CIRCUS & WILD WEST
(RQUTES FOR THIS COLUMN SHOULD REACH THE CINCINNATI OFFICE BY SATURDAY MORNING TO INSURE PUBLICATION)
.Vtkln-on s, Thoma: · llnnixpilii, lliwall. until

Barm-., At C..; IM. it, W|<.. i: Aui-ora, 111 .

St.-r.i'ig 1; iTintui, l.t.. .'i; C'lllin il Bluffi 7. ll. iitry 111..- P . ! i .ui; P-  i. .X. V., 2;

P.i ki.Llll ';i \t liiii- Plain-- I; Mt. VtTnun

3; Hi iiip-i. I. I . I , 7,

Ilagi nbri-k-\v i

i nmlH-rland. Mil.. 2; Som-

i-r>rt, l a . , I 111 .iii.ixvu I; Fainiinnt. W. \a.,

.'i; Wa'lui'a' in. I'a.. 7; Clir.i-'.iSTlIle, O., 8;

I'oshiM'tiin

.'II V. tiion Vr, Wooster 11;

Aehland 12.

liiii'im *« Anderson Suow.s; SikHstun. Mo.,

vJiiIv 5

III Kr* ko llrii«.` SIid'vh; r'.irajro .lil-.lnlv 12,

liilimtr Qii.ilitv Stiiws. C. .1. KiippliT. mar.;

Mina. Ark.. :t0-.)iilv liiihyns, (Ii'orax I... Shows; CI*>arfl`*Id. Pa., 30*

.liilv t l>. .is. n a Wiirld'*- Kii.. Sl.mvs; Ilonryctta, Ob.,

:'.'i-.Iul.T li ifoiii". T.i w. E.4J)o. : Xiirili .Idams, M.ira., SO-

t,ily .y

]>.. kiiiiiii .Iiivcf Kxihi. Sli'i"Kt. Dodti''. la.,

.Inly Ti; Is * >luinis 7 IJ.

Pll'ii'in .V'lii.-i lu' ut t o : LrawfonlaTille Ind.,

S'MmIv .7. K an-. l. I

. SiiHws. i;,l X. Gvana, raijr.:

Watl'iMiii, I\;in , :;ii.JuIy .7.

I'.i r!y

Xohl** t'. K.»ir..r, nii;r ; Marcoline,

'lo.. :H<I.Iiily ."i. K 1 .its CicatiT siii.«,: I.iiii a-tcr. Vis., .'lO-JuI.v .7

Fli luiua. Mad C'sl), Sliowa: Cobdon, III., .lO-

.Inly 3. Koli'y A liiirk S';o\v-; Eiirik.i. Calif., SO-JuIy 3.

Kr.in<d». John. Sliows: Iifwiy, Ub., 3')-July 3.

tir. at White Way .«!1.ohs, C. M. Xigru, mgr.; N ipi'ani <. Ind . S'l-.Iiily 5.

tJn at Pa. itix Siiows; .liiidin. Mo.. 30-JuIjr 3.

Ilappyland .Shows. 1». W. 'fait, mgr.; Wlnd-or,

Out.. Can., Sd-.Iiily 3.

Ill til, I.. I. Shows: I,<>rain. O., 30-.TuIv 3.

ll.iffiipr's Star .^muacnicnt Co.; Odi II, 111., 30-

Ili'llyxvinid Kx|k>. Show4, Chao. Metro, mgr.: laixx'idl. Mais.. 3ll-.Iul.v 3.
ll'iiitpr, nnrry C., Shows: BrowaaTlIle, Pa., 30.1 ily 3.
Isli-r Oreatfr Shoxvs. lariils Isler, mgr.: Shenan!"ah, la.. 3il-July 3.
JuiTi* Sc M.irtin .Amu'i-ment Co.: Bmkiln, Mo.,
2d July 3. Jon ·». Johnny .1, Exjxo.: Brandon, Man., Can.,
:t<»-JnIy 3; Calgary. .Mta.. 7-12. Ki iin.-dy, Con 1., Shoxx--: IF ilr) Aborieon,
s. I).. 3()-Jiily 3; iKalr) ValU-y City, X. D.,
7-12. Ki-nt. Cotton. Shows: Xarrow.s, Va., 30-JuIy 3. Li aa'i-ttp, C. U., Shows: Macomb, III., 30-
.Inly 3.

1. Pa . '.TO-July 5; tfllxie)_

FRENO (Swartz) S"3?fi
Acta. AJJr.ii MKS. A. 4 'WAKT/ Manicfr. the Blllloa.'J. or Hi J'ullon SU. N»«t Tork.

OSCAR V BABCOCK

Performinq the largest Senaitional Act in the Oat

door Amassment World. A Combination "OEATH

TRAP LOOP" AND - FLUME' ACT. Norn booh¬

ing aeav i> . f Iji'l. Aililreaa

3 STURGIS STREET.

WINTHROP, MASS

HELLER'S ACME SHOWS
smi opei.s ml Mlo nf ApnL AJJrexo HAHRT HELr I.KK, .\Izi.. '.'1 Ham:lt i. .Are.. Patoraon, N. J.

B A^kccm N S

NOViELiTfES
THE TlPP>|to V t L T Y e
CITY OHIO
CATALOGUE READY.
WIlHams. S. B.. Shows; Olatb*. Kan., .30July .7.
Wine Shows. Dayi.I A. Wise, mgr.: Bridgeport, O.. m)-July 3.
World at Uome Shoxys, Milton Holland, mgr.: Siml'ury. Pa., 3d-July 7.
Zi'iiiman & Pollie Sh«xx>: TJ. Urerpool, O., 30July 3.
Zi-igi r, C. F., I'niti .i Show*: (Fair) CandOk X. 1).. I d; (Fair) llamiltun 811.

DEPENDABLE SERVICE IF '-I'l; .-111,' dx-poniliniT upon authentic information as a guide in
coniluctinp :> i.ur busine.ia, and if your business is the show busine.'S. ti ll m-i.-'l The Ihllbonrii.
Tile !!illho;(rd is acknowledged the leading magazine-newspaper devoted to ilie interests nf tlie sliowman.
If ynu do not know the value nf Tlie Billboard, sign the attached blank, and tlie lugbly specialized service which The Billboard renders will he y.'urs.
The Billboard serves the entire show world and serv'es well.
We will ser.d the current issue free for the n:ime of a news¬ dealer who does not sell The Billboard or one who had sold out.
SPECIAL OFFER ORDER BLANK
THE Bii.i.RO.\Ri» rrnt.iSHiN'o ro.,
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MINSTRELS
(ROUTES FOR THIS COLUMN SHOULD REACH THE CINCINNATI OFFICE BY SATURDAY MORNING TO INSURE PUBLICATION)

ADDITIONAL ROUTES ON PAGE 118
TIGER LOVE'
(Continui'd from page J-J)
abruptly when Marchi-ta, altho loring the Wildcat, reaLzing she mii-t marry another to save her father, pretends that she doesn't love her temporary roemma'e. Behnffed, the Wild¬ cat goes away, but r-tums on the day when the wedding fs to take place. He perionally kidnaps the brtdo-to-te and his men make A prisoner of the bridegnsira, both being carted to the mountain fastne-ses. where with pure Castilian Irxmy. tho his p-xor heart is bn-aking, the Wildcat calls a priest and orders him to perform the ceremony which will forever de¬ prive him of the one he loves. But hark! lloofbrats approaxh. It Is the .angr.r Don 31:guel, father of tlie hrid* grxjoni, -who has at la.st aroused the sxpldicrs ai tl las coiiio -with He m to save h.s son ainl ti bri I" and to puui.sU the bandit. Tl  ir arr.xal emls the wedding and when the > rxmt of *l;e Wildx'at prox-es that the Latter is ixi.'ie oiix r than .a stiu of Don Miguel liy : - g;: -y 'x ifo there Is a ha;'py time Isol by ail. T .e W.ldeat marries

riBpV.l's, Wm.. Xew Orleans Co.; Muskogee, bk.. : S.
H*lla Iluf-.n. Leon Long, mgr.: (Colored Park) Blrm;ngham. Ail. Indef.
Jlirphya. Frank IVllolt. nifr.: (Steel Pier) AtllBtle City, X. J., Indef.

Marcheta and they llxe happily ever after, w thout a thought to t e free, xs.id days when a wildcat was Ju>f .t xviM'at, without fancy clothes and poi:>h.d bo<its.
The settings dv-irve at least a word,

e-peclally t -e Intcriorbi some »·' them ar«

MISCELLANEOUS
for THIS COLUMN SHOULD REACH CINCINNATI OFFICE BY SATURDAY morning TO INSURE PUBLICATION)

'llJ''.*·lb-.Iii'v

Floating Theater; rrbanna, Va., i-.,,f n.ixat 712.

.'fits. Mac.,i,,n. Pngger, Ind. .V.Tnly .3.

n.xlier. 41 L . Magician, nnder carx-ts; Mldlehii-r V., . .Td.tuly 3; Pallmont 7 12.
I- 1 · Il'Wii.en ItoTiie; ICraiid) Saiilt Rte. Mgre M;..), rtOJuIr .7.

nrownin* . Kr..»k Animals. BIUt R> ard<>n.

"tiimni.l n. .g.-h Park) .Akron, O, Initef

C n*mt Ujf.-, i;. rue 1' It. Cummings mgr:

R'eilheniil e, n n 7; AVhe.Iltig. W Va I'D ''·rrs M;,* 8'imxt, c .\. Crane, nigr.r Farm-

i«g'«n Ig'i,. M,. .J.

Sharon 3: .Athens

M'li, |. wi-.i aiiMh

ITone-t Bill: Saybrook, Ill., 2: Olbson City 3;

Paxton (I Main, Walf r T..; Newport. Vt . 2: Hardwick 3;

Sf JohnsliiirT t; llroveton.* X. H .

Pollie Pros.'; Ashtabula. O.. SO-July 3. Ringling Pros, and P.irnum k Billey; Wheel¬
ing. W Va . 2; Parkersburg 3; Huntington

I; Cbarb'«l"n 3.

Bol.biiis

!'. rre. S. 1>.. d: (lettysluirg 3;

Paki-s N. P . 7; Ui-inarek 8. Bohiiisoii. .t.d.ii; .»I«- ;igf;r d. Ill 2; Ha'ill bal.

3; * *·

l.itts' .A:nii*rm'Mit Co.; pecatur, Ind.. 3(>-JnIy 5. M Clellan Slmwe: L.iI'Litj. Mo., 30-July 3. McKellar. Jas. I . Shows; .Alba, Tex., 3n-July 3. Max's Expo. Shows: Forest Park, III., 30-
July 3: Hammond. Ind., 7-12. Metrx'pe|illlan Shows. .A. M. Nasser, mgr.:
Panx-llle, HI.. Sit-.luly 3. Miller Pros.' Shows: .A-hland, Ky., 30-JnIy 5. Morfoofs Expo. Shows: Ooloonda, HI., 30-
.tiily 7. Moonlight Shows, p W. Stansell, mgr.: Can-
ni-lton, Ind.. gO-.luly 3. Morris \ Castle Shows: Detroit. Mlcb., 30July
Mnrixliy, D. D.. Shows: Inxlianapolis, Ind . .7t>tiiir 3.
Naill, C. W., 8hoxas; Cr.M-krr. Mo.. .MVJtily .7.
Pi'lfic Coast Siioxr-. S.im Corensoo, mgr.; Ashlind. Ore.. 70-.Inly .7.

about the best-grade i samples of papier niaebe work I hare ever r«cognizcd Ui a picture. There is no attx.npt made t« ditgulse them; ti^ey anx lapler m.nhe. openly and frankly.
P rectlon by Oeoig» Milford. Distributed by E'amous Players-I.asky Corporation.
MASSILLON (O.) MOVIE MEN AGREE TO CLOSE ON SUNDAYS
Massillon, O., J-ane 28 --M.inagers of three Mass llo" nioxii- theaters, two of whom were arri -ted Inst week ui'on t. e fl'ing of an atlldaelt l>> i: e Rey. J. Nil, - of Coliiinlms, hate agreed to close their shows .xii s ridae-. aiording to

roliimhiis. AA'i'., .Ml. Hon b *1: Fen-
. Alontle, Ito 0; .h II
Pleiiiing-luii g. Kx
linnniulti,

CARNIVAL COMPANIES
lOCKS FOR THin COLUMN SHOIUD REACH TMF CINCINNATt OFFICF RV SATURDAY

rho,`nlt Exno. Shoxx^: Sf'ger Ok., ,7n.July 7 I'rliieiss Olga Shms, F. W. AVadsxvorth. mgr.;
St. E'mo, HI., ;h» July .7
Ke.xat .Amerlean Sl'exrs; p. .irer Dam. WIs., .It I Illy 7; Wis'R.ipids 7-12.
K'lt.iii ,A- I'i errv Shows. W innipeg. Alan.. Can , ilO-.Iiily 12.

annuiinxement made by i iiy Solicitor 1'. A. Ku'.in.
\ceordlng to K'.hi el.arges against Alauager Forest Kell.y of t '.'- 1 iii.-oln T'eater and X* al S' hxvo'm of th. i;-a;'d xx til not h«' pressed pioT ded fh-y ee.i.e oo. r.itio-. . e - .Sueilars.

MORNING TO INSI'RE PtiPl 1C ATIONt

Saxidge. Walter, \niiis. menf Co : Ainsworth. Kuhn said fh s w--k manager- had agreed to

\.t< . r." 1 I'x 7 Itii'liville 7 t-.v

eln-c their ho'ise j .Minda.vs.

S'hxxal'le Walliek Si.i.xx.; Fa-Bnngton. 'I>., 1-7

s. . It. C I*. Slnxxs; Ma-silloil, O.. 3tl-Jilly .7;

Wheeling. W. \ a . 7 I'J Siiiigarl's. Dr. J. F... (inater Shows; Prraul.

WEST COAST THEATERS. INC.,

` 'I'ichiHii; iMorils) Prnnklin. Mii«s .

·· ildmt (tauter- 7-12.

'

K 'to- Killies Tent Khow; Dugger.

'· lu'x 7

1

'I igo tail ,V AVitnder Store: In.l Indef

Ft. <

l!euiSeaside Show) Coney Is-

' 4 . oidi f

C

'"ii-k. to A (lawalians; I.ady-milh. l`liil'i|i- I. Paik Falls 3 15; (thine «

i Gr. .ii.r Shoxvs. Lyndhiirst, N. .1.,
Stiles si.exx .1. r. Pinfold, mgr.: I lxX "O tiilv .7 r. s .iii. Allraeilons; Olive Hill. Ky..
i'l'le llreailxxax Slieivs; Frankfort. Ky., j ' r.. ,*,r S OX-. W It Col -e mgr.: Say0.! .to I'it\ 7

Ok.. 1-3. Smith Greater Slioxx-; Ki-ing Sun, Ind , 750-

July 3.

,

,,

Smith's Southern shoxx-: Ixichwood, W. Va..

30.Inly 3.

. ,

,

Snapp Pros.* Shows, sidni.v lainderaft, as»t.

niirr.: I*ox'afeIlo, Id . .70-Jiily 3; Ogden. Dtah.

Soul In rn Tier Shows; SMngtehoiise, Pa., 30July .7.
Sis neer S'l .xv-; K::ox. Pi .70 Tilly 3. Striyer Amusement C" . I R Plrayer, mgr..

TO MEET IN LOS ANGELES
Los .Ange'c.s, June 'js.--We-t t cii't Theaters, lux'., has I'allexl a luxvliiig of depi4rtuitnt heads and house managers for July 7. 8. and 10 in this city More than 110 theiiters are rep¬ resented III ties eh.ain. whieh is said to h»- th* largest indivi^lual nutlton pletnre theater ehaiB in America. The general manager ts H.irry C.

<· Max id City. Xeb . 'J-.t; Cidimibiis J.R; Plait 7 K 3,to A Pel SlKip; t'aluini I

II

s e 4'i

I led all.! * : '

wift. Pa . ;i0-

Shexv- I I ' ron'n uirr.: Oreenisp,

.io jiily

Uiis-ell 1-12.

Carro c.ordo. HL. 30 July 7». Sun-hlne Pxpo. Sliowv. I Itehtleld. K.T., 3**-
-luly 7. Wallaee Pros.' Shows; Bell.tlre. (., 30 July 3.

.Arthur. .Tr.. who will pre-ide at the meetlnlf. The flrst Hiree days will he given over to ba«lnesa and the fourtb to entertainment.

I

The BllII>oarcl

JULY S, 1924

fiAllROAD^
AND
pVErJLAND

hippodrome h SIDE SHOW \i ]
PITSHOWS^
AND
H|iyillCES

(COMMl M('.\'ri`iN> 'I" '`I II '.'IXl'IXXAXI OlTU'KJ-t

CANTON, 0., STAND

John kobinson circus

SELLS-FLOTO CIRCUS HAS

WALTER L. MAIN CIRCUS

BIG DAY IN LYNN, MASS.

MADE BY R.-B. SHOW _
Injunction From Judge Diehl ^ Instructs Mayor Ball To Is¬ sue Customary License

Bay City Proves Best Stand for Show in Michigan-- Many Visitors in Grand Rapids
" ..
Tlip com] .1 .il slimmer time 'Oems a'
hrst
tl.,,,,r : ,1,.. . li.t, ..rthtail.-tr-'-t '.*ver, imi'le

ATTERBURY WAGON SHOW Having Good Business in North Dakota

W r.'fiu SIiow. In

nini ' Wf k.

Js n Nm IIi l>aK<»t:i an i li;»' l** t n fLiinn L y

t"r Mif I'i* * I'lur

k**, t ion** \\

A. A!|.-n. c» ii« r.il aL»'..t l-T t!i" or;.Mni/atU»n

Hu-in«`r' u.i' l-n-r

muni, fin** t«

rain ami n.:!! \V';i'i.*r. .Ml }·· <*.!»· w .o

o^t nr* 'iHl wi^h A .ir.-l f*`r it. ***.i^ `< .\.t`'n

aiflinc tliiit Mr. .V· r- il>urv xl.. ^ ii'»l to!«-'aN

era! t uf auy K m!

The Si-IN-Klnto ('iri'iis i nl one "f Hi-' '

il.ii.. of tin- 'lii'Oii yt 1 nn 'III" .Ii'.in- I''

'.iy< .Iiie 'J'liM.M-r, l-.if'i.-iiril r-I r.' 111 il

"

II. M. I'iirlami's S'lle-Sliiiw al'" il-I a

I

liii'iiH"S. .XiiioiiC 111- vi'itiT' w. r. ; 1 ilnaril I'

llritt. welMvliowii v.'t. ran f r. iw writ- r ivl

I'.-r moi'-- Ilian fortv y,`:i**«i I.H' 'f.-n tli.-ni all:

I'l'l N'Non. oM-timi w.if-n 'll.'"' iiiamiLami ^1 lion Oak.'< ami T"ar'oii< rnink Ilra.I.-ii

arnl Itillv KM-n wi r- l-a. k n th tli" ' o\v f-o-

111., tla.v. Ilitf .la- k ()·(·..nmll. I'O'i r.-tnv,i«man.

i' a \V..»t I..vnn 'ooy an-l had H cr.-at da.v

"itli fri. lids. Tl.e shi.M- i< mnkini: more stand' In X.-ir
I'liiti.ind Ilian eior In ·'ire ami il "ill he .li.I.r

I.", lift'..re it 1» iriii' lo pet o'lt. The .liilv 4

(i.ite i' Iv rt aiid, M' .. and the .'how "ill

R.-B. CANCELS JOLIET, ILL,

Ends More Than Two Months' gagements in Keystone StateHazel Hickey Celebrates `Birthday

.\fiiT rpt-n-linp two no'nth' and fire da.va In

I '· .-'liitf of I'enii-i.iIvaiiiii ilie Walter 1.. .Miln ' eii« Is now routed ti.r.t Xew York Slat..

· mmi.i liii'ini" ha' tn-en enjoTcd.

II a/. I ii.ekey'a hirthdav annlTpr'ar.r

f elt liraled June L'.", and whilp Ihp parade wa« li'.Mii town l^l·l.|l'kill. X. Y.) eevcral of the l.ado-' iirraiiL'td a 'tiriiri-o- for fla/ol hr deiairat-

In::: lo-r trunk ainl phi. inp inan.T pri-aeiit' am-itid ;t. I in I lie I-turn of llw jiarade Ila/el wa' < inri.-d to till- dre'' lip ro'.ni hy Mr-*. Sander-
'll. tin- nartliiilie l.id>. .t dinner party "aa

pii' ii lo r in I 111- i iMihl'oU'e.

I .i-i.rp** n, tfy, of the Iiiin.%' Silk Mill* at Fort

l`'tai, X. Y , ni"lor* d to t'otile^klll With a

luirl* of frii toN l<i 'pend the day with IJov.

I> "III--. Her.lie l.air<l I' niakinp a liip hit

" Ml hi-* il*>"n liainl. tliairpe .\nihony la aa

i-i'' lip "1th tta- pr"*lii*'inp till** .vea*.

.XI XX'.irri-n l-.i.. .XIt'. IMna X'andert>llt, re¬ lit* *1 il*l*r. '··lit the day with lor many friend-* ill I'n- dr*-".iip r<a*m anil afi*-r the matinee · .'·rta'iied i.ii'don ti-t.^n ami 'evi-ral of the

l.i.l.i ' at i-r home. Itnl.l.y F.iy, one of the old

.1" -1 I;**'. 11'in « r* ii' 

pa d the ahow

a ii'it in Si.liiey. X, Y

ilrniir M-t'alie wa-* r:illi-*l laino* aa hi-* mother

I- ii.it

iii.l to live, liroi. r l.ai* the dug*

poniea an.I nionke.ia xiorkinp In One 'hape and

...11 ix;. t' to ail*l a '·uiier'aiilt d<ip The <· ' tita' r.i.i-lor' art- imw tloiiip a donhle bal-

;im-.np 'litoilih r p*r* h a. I. util are «ine of the

p ti .i'iir*' *if til*- 'Imw. The, Kidinc I.Ioid* are al'-> iiiakli.p a hit w.th Hair comedy r.dinp

:iii. eiif.ihd i:.*- ··tVary Family on Ilor'ehsek".

.XIr. r>..«ii ·· haa on-' of the lieat liiph-Jumpinp

1 tir'i' nnni'.era on tlo- roa*l and la featiirtnc

llii.'el 11,1 k*y on

*innf', the hoT'e that won

tin- I'liie r.l'lein at lla- Kentiieky Slate Fair a-

Ini'ii'i nil- la't y.-ar. lioMle Snyder epeni a

ft " d i'a .at In r home In Foitavllle. I*a , wh.h-

the ' ttw x\aa n t'at xhdnit>. SInee the ahote

l.aa l..·eIl ill Xitrk State .Si Kitehle haa pixi-n al

file la.\' the li'li.IIJ f* MT. Klllllora have il ttl8-

al tin- I

I'e 'ea'on 'ionli.n nrlon will

make a It' mp trip l.. .Xiiatralia. h-it tiorinn

"ill not IAi.l.iin 111*' r-H'on f*ir the trip. The

'howf'.Ik

ill to think that little fiipld la on

tin- oi er 'lie. linrynne " Ih tin- aletiv wa« In

di *'! M.rr.*" to P arii <.f the d. atli of Chirha

X *>p

l.i-.tle r OI 'aw Ilf .la* k t roak*-, and a

larpe 11 .enl il. pii "O' '··nt.

JEROME T. HARRIMAM (Freat Ateot).

Mr. .. y

1

all . ii. ii' I '"pi

.Xlp.n. T... - " Tin- 'l.ew "

to South"' I· '

forni'T .i"ii'T' ..

arrn.-d rroiii sn

1 nianap-iie r.' "f '
l: .. XK --t. rv

f on. tin .r f;i

.Xupll't 1. :.-.l 1

an- hav

tr--. :.t

prize . nmly p- 1 haliy  .it ·

M,i«-on. tia l'«»ny ShoA'. r`*tnrD»``I ii-r*-
i'*hav.` a 'x* d s. 4 kiiiL' ^

r ui rnijrnl.

!tt

llit-n*.

1 . t-nse oml

tlnn*. ^a.v<

Mabel St<irk and her parlor "ornaments", a scene in her Briilpeport (Conn.X home. The celebrated lady animal trainer is with the Rinplinp Bros, and Barr.tim tc Bailey Circus.

all "inter .and po

< mhpI.- and " if-. V Monr...- Sl.'.wa. * t.i lake aetive I . S'.ii'ln-in t*.iir. " 11 ta, · a V"-a-
"m. n ^ · ^ r' . o
e '* -J
e**,/-\\*j SHOW

TI oney's a.addle and bridle were 'tol.-n from liia li.T'*..' fiid to the stake and (hain wapon. He 11" d the saddle for years and prized it hlphly.
.Xt i;r.and Kapids the 'e*ond and l.i't *lay of
s'.ii.. l.ik'- l·onventi^ln was < m o'int- r. d and the * i`y was full of -Hill-'', many of Ih* in limiinp tio ir way to the ` lot", wlii h _"aa 1... at.-.l 1.11 Hail and Iln.-lianan 'fr< et . K-a-rl Kini'I'. n. 21 li'iiir man. waa l,..rii in f.raml l!-*'.i<ls and it wa' hia lirat vi'it t .*· *· tn tin- a
ir'. Man.v vi'itois "-re not`-d diirinp tiie tliy. anioiip them l'.ln'-l.'t'iin*, ni.ip ·'an. ami '`v- ral 111* iuImt'of hi' l"!Il|lany. in*dnd.np I."tils p.-.i'i 'i. for y.'.ir' with ein'iiae' and imw pr. perlr m ill for 111 i. k'l'm-'. and Fre.Idie M.-jr-llg

SHADOWGRAPHS

By CHAS. ANDRESS

Hot?" Well 1 should '.ly. id Kan':ia

r plit in the nihl't of :i Ine h.irti' t

It will

I" n tim- ,-ro|. of vh-it. .-or,, v r h-.k-d

I' Iter iiii'l farmers ar.- Imp:!!!! up I" ' 1". r iii'.

xirs.

\V. I-arkT in.I iliiiplit.r. I.iinle, ami

al'O tin- liM

Ai.n p-aml'laiipl.-.r. ..1

llirii t.i.-at II't. ' .1 l.v nn`o on t'n'ir w.iv to

.Xr.zona t*, . ..'iiiiforl li'-r "'ll I nrl in lila i o la

sp Kn-S'. I'h* V vto|ip*«l uv»*r oi)»» il:iv l<» \ 'it no- at 111- Xi .Ip- ,

f . nmrly on the ailvan-e of thi' sh""- ami imw

I- 'ii- e

«oiii|>aii.v!n^ eXMTjit fri-ui Tl»» tJiu.tt

Ti«tp ami iidvain e .ip-nt f`ir Itla-k'ione: .T-diii lillia, Ih'iul (K.in.) 'I iihiin*' t» lK Imhv I am

ni;

illii iiltii'. ; , ii,. r m. l.Hli. iuatie alar and now d:r*. t..r of aliHi/. I ni'V»T f'It

'li.iwiii. 11 _ k |,r..'ln. ti.in' for \\'. H. XX'r'ph- at tin*

*'( harl` y Ainlr*

^av tint tl»'* h'.rlv \vi>riii*

I'll'. -Ir.. An ijr'i-r a. of til*'

[· H.-ra I '.ater; Many Zimmer, form*'

j -

w .n man and m*"- in Ini'in*-''

..-..iier in (Irand llajiid'.

Ircush ills

lia* nuthinc on him tli*--.- M.ias. II · has |m .-ti
tloinjr ron';«hT.ihtu 'mpruAirnr on It's farms koiiHi < f town ami ha-A h * .i ·.'· ·jio: »ip »M r\' morn tit;

r'e i'mv-** mtMioner nor' 'Imw

'·

M -k'Pon f.*' wife of May i.rd-r.

w 1.0 £,,

'I'll 'Ll »*'. f-r year' wit-hm-<tino- f Ivt.T

'ilia .'.niit-y ami linrope, ".is a

fiutn *1 to o o't HI k ai.'l L'* ii:nL' unt to Iho fHMii'i in timo tu ' < ' th* f.i'k- f - hf akf.i't.

I'K'-n -n/ 1

'* ^- at ll.o

i.iit ..f n I ''ier. '· Ilia! Ira inT. Mii'k'i*f'»n Ih tlio hom«' * ` ,i.,,, ,,,,r. of li.I".* ;i XX..*-. i" iier. haml hha*hT. who la'st '

md t.m- ' er imr. a .-.I a liome at XX ilf Lak»*. a iM'autl*

ml

ii. ar the * ity an*!

.* li i' f isf h»`,um-

0
vilh H.di Mr Holt
`ottie* I'f llnw'-d I.. I t!..'- :·'· Stllll' of aeiiarl in-r.nal hear-

;ii;j itn

ruh.iiy

That aftiripM)!! al'O

'"* '''I f>iit!n',f o^ tla* .I'lHn ll'ihjiisi.n S viTniiiiiisr (.liih,, of wh.oh .Inlian Kou`r< was

 '

prisiil'Ilt. IKilH»-ri Tln»`kiiam *H`«n*tHry

P -i · hnrl.e MartinI ami Iew 11 W.fllopp

'Ov.-rs. .X loia wa

iiarti'`t-'l. ami l»4*tw'`*!i

'll*'"' tw*-iif.v-liv iiH'mh* r*

rjHVi'fl to W-gf

i 'k'. "In-re -i l''ay'<l hr

la) 110V9-I h.itliiii;: siiitx w»th

Imlios and sontlomon.

It

o at IrajJt tlmm 'H- '* outiiiL''^ a

ROBBINS BROS.' BIG BUSINESS

lhilrhiii'4 Itr^-..* ( ;?tu' t'ni Tt-m.irk l>L` hii

in AlMr<hi-ii S. I*. .1 h,- !·» Wtli-H*. ^

.l»i?|i»

:<n<|

'ho. 'I.nn . .Irm

'Jhi»*o >-]oa'' \\*rt :: · n .»t ·· i. j* -tan'l.

of l)i«» p»uph` im.matl f »r tli«* r.in* ri!«.

S.-F. FOR HOPNELL, N, Y,

>t.'l"Il^ Mle, tl . nil

,,f u,,.

l`.

,, , m `xan.l^ilh' l.t'-

, ,

, .

lo.'h a-tie. . x Iir.mi l'll"'··ll. '.l.'a h* I ·""'r than fn- a
h»* 1" tini with at (Vii.j.'.- (r.. - , Cn
pi.hi I win r** in Lh'ri Minn Is 1»n**y fimliiiu
at urn* t iii" kaiil to h.ri.'r inan*'. was w !m n* ho huhfs n r hilipo't ni; plant. A ,f. ILi>mon(| Morrln.

(^IRCUSEfilN

ATKINSON'S CIRCUS

T*»``

nt of th»* Aik n^'in An uril (',r*

· -' h.is |.t II i\t>ii4h-ii .It M.tw.iii f"! thr**`

VilK'. » ·..I*

l*';i. · l.llll'r.

'!>!»

a

w.-.-k .M

;p! ' i *1 n t h** i .

l»i|s:iit---

I HitiL' V ;

\ 1-. I v pi»i:y tn <«I* i- ; p-

iMarti.

'

' .1

*· atil w.i - l..inj»d

;,f I 1:.* t-.w';. 'ri.»` s,,,,xv YviM

th" I'atir**

attrartiOD at th** 'r*`rritor:al O lohrutiim

M'ailuka, Maui, week of June I>0.

IV*;;...' to th<' lon^r haul to the* run-* at i. ^- i. ai.d 1 ·· hnmln .I-HU«l four iiill** jump

llarhor, tho latior wa'' m»t n'arhod y

a.

Ti.o 'iM-i'ta. f!i4*i«` W4*n* torn up |

tiv't vAjiir- Il il *1 ii'U r* .1 h t|i*` hall |i

vA.:rMninl* ni.t'I t^n <*'· !'*· k.

j

'·.III ii.u.i.'iT. \x.is \. ry mm !i

..h :iin| t

|..irti|.- w »' fh.wiitiiwii at ^

ufi»*r t\\*' *· liiai th*' »hM»r' 4'p«`n*-4l at

It

.p)

I', ' 'M'l'i s iix\ innti>'

io\vf»»lk w» nt io 1-1.·» .<r>r iiuw, h park i

nl controlh-'l hv ``IIh*

of David**,

e kwimmini; rluh touwiii-d at the |kioI

MAIN AT NORTHVILLE, N. Y.

linvo »;iy
r. B. HEAD,

Xorllivllle. N. Y., June 27.--Tlie X
Milin I'lreiiH will play here July 7. tir'i large rlreus in arYer