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1. Variety December 1905

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... . In the first place, I should never have 1 een asked to write ahout vaude- ville, hecause, for cue thing. I know very little ahout it nowadays, and, for an- other. I have got a grudge against, it. Vaudeville has robbed me of too many happy hours in the variety theatres to ever expect a hoom from me ...

2. Variety January 1906

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... ■V. VARIETY. GRACE VON 8TUDDIF0RD GONE. ' Grace Von Studdiford, the comic opera prima donna, who approached several managers with an offer to go into vaude ville, left for Berlin Thursday morning on the Kaiser William der Grosse ...

3. Variety March 1906

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... VARIETY DUNDY STOOD BY THOMPSON. The disruption in the Hippodrome man- agement has not occurred since Fred Thompson's return from London, for the simple reason that Elmer Dundy declined to throw his partner, Fred Thompson, even at ...

4. Variety April 1906

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... VARIETY WILLIAMS HAS METROPOLIS. Percy Williams announces that he has an unnamed site in the Bronx on which he pur|>oses to build a theatre. Rumor has it that the house is already built, that manager having secured the Metrop- olis. At any rate Mr ...

5. Variety May 1906

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... VARIETY EXCITEMENT IN CHICAGO. Chicago, May 3. This has been a busy vaudeville week, caused, mainly through the appearance of William Morris, the New York agent, on Monday last. Mr. Muiris was called here by a num- ber of managers, and on Tuesday after- noon at the Auditorium Hotel met twenty- five of them by appointment ...

6. Variety June 1906

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... VARIETY THE SITUATION. There lias been no material change in the vaudeville situation from one week ago as far as the managers are concerned. The Morris office and the Keith Agency- have neither decreased nor increased their bookings ...

7. Variety July 1906

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... !7^'j.r VARIETY MORRIS WILL BOOK FOR RYAN. Koiir of i]w lar^«'r Iu)ii«<>h on the hitri national J'Jieatro ''onipany's circuit, con- trolled by .lolm .1. Kyan, will Ixxtk the Ix ...

8. Variety August 1908

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9. Variety 9/1/06

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... VARIETY THOMPSON & DUNDY'S TENT SHOWS. Thompson & Dundy, the present man- agers of Luna Park at Coney Island, are planning to send out three or four tent shows next season carrying spectacular productions similar to those produced un- der their ...

10. Variety 10/1/06

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... VARIETY MORRIS* STORM OF THEATRES. (t is not without the bounds of reason to expect that within a short time Will iain Morris, the vaudeville agent, acting for himself and interests behind him, will ...

11. Variety 11/1/06

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... VARIETY RYAN IN INDIANAPOLIS. Cincinnati, Nov. 2. John J. Ryan and associates have suc- ceeded in securing the theatre now being built in Indianapolis, which has one of the best sites in the city, located on Wash- ington avenue opposite Taggart's Hotel ...

12. Variety Decemeber 1906

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... VARIETY BUTLER'S PROPOSITION. Although Col. James J. Butler, presi- dent of the Empire Circuit (Western Bur- lesque Wheel), declined to give the details of the conference held between himself and Richard Hyde, of Hyde ...

13. Variety January 1907

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14. Variety February 1907

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... VARIETY STRIKE IN LONDON STILL ON Settlement Looked For — English Managers Combine—Arbitration Expected London, Jan. 31. The st i ike of the music hall artists and workers against Managers Payne, and Gib- bons has gone steadily onward for the past week ...

15. Variety March 1907

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... a VARIETY K. &. E. SIGNING^ CONTRACTS Will Open Four Houses in April — William Morris Exclusive Agent On Thursday, after the printed forma of the contract gotten out by William Mor- is arrived in his office, about fifteen were filled out and signed by the artists and Klaw & Erlanger ...

16. Variety April 1907

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... VARIETY HYDE & BEHMAN LEASE HOUSE TO K. & E. / Turn Over the Grand Opera House, Brooklyn, and May Let the "Syndicate" Have Other Theatres On Thursday the announcement was given out by Klaw & Erlanger that they had obtained by lease from Hyde ...

17. Variety May 1907

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... VARIETY AS M ANY AS U NITED Klaw A Erlanger Intend Having House for House With Their Opposition "Klaw & Erlanger will have a vaudeville house to count for every theatre operated by the United Booking Offices" is the way the coming competition to the United was described by a person closely connected ...

18. Variety June 1907

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... VARIETY UNITED STILL WORKING ON LE GITIMAT E SCHEME Papers Have Been Drawn For the Incorporation of] a Company to Promote Legitimate Theatricals. Though no information could be ob- tained at the United Booking Offices this week relative to the scheme now in process of development for the acquiring of theatres throughout the country where ...

19. Variety July 1907

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... VARIETY ~ — r_ i ~ r BECK SAILS FOR EUROPE. Last Tuesday morning on the Kaiser Wilhehu Martin Seek, general manager of the Orpheum Circuit, sailed for Europe, '-• wnjere he will meet Percy 6. Williams*and Morris Meyerfeld, Jr ...

20. Variety August 1907

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... VARIETY ■> * ■ m — w- ,-a "! KLAW & ERLANGEk S PLA N OF ORG ANIZATION. Development of the System Under Which the "Advanced Vaudeville" Circuit will be Operated Rapidly Assuming Shape. Managers Engaged. Tho plan of Klaw ...

21. Variety September 1907

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... VARIETY Klaw & Erlanger Enter Vaudeville Successfully. Reports From All Over the "Advanced Vaudeville" Circuit Give Favorable Expression to the Enter- tainment Offered by the Vaudeville Opposition ...

22. Variety October 1907

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... VARIETY BIG OPENING BILL FOR THE CHICAGO A UDITORIUM Klaw & Erlanger Have a $7,500 Show for Their First Week in the Western City. 25c. to See it. Variety's Chicago Office, Chicago Opera House Block, Chicago, Oct. 4 ...

23. Variety November 1907

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... VARIETY VAUDEVILLE MANAGERS HOLDING MEETINGS Orpheum Heads Visit K. & E. Headquarters and Broad way is Left Guessing what it all Means. United Revives "Legitimate" Scheme. The rumors of the past week crediting an impending amalgamation between the opposing vaudeville forces had its foun- dation in the visits made to the offices of Klaw ...

24. Variety December 1907

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... • VARIETY SUPREME COURT DECIDES SUNDAY SHOWS ILLEGAL I Decision Says Any Kind of Theatre Entertainment On the Sabbath is a Violation. Involves the Loss of Over $1,000,000 on Season. May Go to Board of Aldermen ...

25. Variety January 1908

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26. Variety February 1908

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... I VARIETY idMabi i| ■ i> 4t '« ). ■ I 'VOU ME IIGNT, PUDV" ARTHUR WHITELAW originated that saying, witii the answer "You Can Bet Your Life I'm Right," OVER 20 YBARS AGO IN ST. LOUIS in a POUTICAL SPEECH called "PADDY BRENNAN'S ADDRESS TO THE EIGHTH WARD DEMOCRATIC CLUB," and said speech has been delivered by me during the past 20 years OVER A THOUSAND TIMES^:"-'^'--'^^ ■■■.■:.'. '■ --'-v. .: ■; ^. . ■ ■ . .::?y ...

27. Variety March 1908

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... VARIETY WHAT ARE THE BEST STEPS FOR ARTISTS' PROTECTION? London, Feb. 25. Editor Variety: There is another question to answer be- fore considering the above. Is it necessary for artists to combine for protection ...

28. Variety April 1908

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... ■ ■ VARIETY p-r » V On the Keith-Proctor Circuit i ■ Address all complaints to Lykens Levy DON! .• . • 131 41 $T ■ ■11 STREET . J. H. REIVIIOK & OO. (REMICH BUILDING) • F. E. BELCHER, Manager New York Office MOSE CUMBLE, Manager Prof. Dept. < : • } I EDWARD " . • ? WINIFRED AND ...

29. Variety May 1908

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... VARIETY AMERICAN ORGANIZATION METHODS ABROAD. Martin Beck and Percy Q. Williams Go to Europe to Attend International Conference. Considerable secrecy surrounds the ap- proaching departure of Martin Beck for Europe ...

30. Variety June 1908

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... I** , f ARfjBTY 1 «' •>"•'* •* » Has Established a LONDON >• AT OFFICE ' ,< The profession abroad is welcomed to make this office their headquarters, and have mail directed care VARIETY, 418 Strand, W ...

31. Variety July 1908

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... " " ' . VARIETY I ' ' -» ■ »• *■» • " iii ■ i " i WOULD STILL We want to tell you again that thia will be THE NOVELTY BALLAD HIT OF THE YEAR. SUITABLE FOR MALE, FEMALE, SINGLE and DOUBLE ACTS ...

32. Variety August 1908

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... VARIETY And Now the Talk of London! Watch Business Grow Wherever We Show! SENSATION OF NEW YORK AND LONDON! CURZON SISTERS Original Aerial Flying Butterflies MR. 100. W. CURZON. c/o Tfcck Theatre, Buffalo, N. T. Dear Mr. Canon ...

33. Variety September 1908

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... VARIETY • ' IN VAUDEVILLE AND IN TO STAY • \ N INCORPORATED) VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT OPENING TO-DAY (September S) LINCOLN SQUARE VAUDEVILLE AMERICAN Short season of opera preliminary to regular VAUDEVILLE SEASON ORPHEUM, Boston WILLIAMS and WALKER in "In Dahomey" for four weeks, THEN VAUDEVILLE NEW YORK 1 440 ...

34. Variety October 1908

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... VARIETY EVA EYA TANGUAY THE BROOKLYN TIMZS, Miss Tanguay la miklnf this week's attraction OM of the that has been offered at this boose this season. Bra's original rtslon of Salome la surprising. It la surprising bscaaae there la aboolstely no vulgarity to It ...

35. Variety November 1908

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... VARIETY TO MY FRIENDS WHO KNOW I AM IN THE PUBLISHING BUSINESS WHO DON'T KNOW I AN IN THE PUBLISHING BUSINESS WHO WOULD LIKE TO KNOW I AN IN THE PUBLISHING BUSINESS "Cheer Up ...

36. Variety December 1908

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... VARIETY CALL AKIETY NEXT SATURDAY l>JX IIM i PI* for cub accepted up to Wednesday at5 P.M. later thao May at 5 P. M. RATES: 1 Page, $125; 1-2 Page, $65; 1-4 Page, $32.50; 1 Inoh, $2.80 Double Column Cuts, $25 ...

37. Variety January 1909

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... VARIETY Weak Jan. 4, Hammerstein's Victoria, New York ' Chantouse Permission Messrs. KLAW, ERLANGER and ZIECFELD Miss I mimI my sobriquet of "Dancing Devey" ¥y hard work and originality. Miss Moor* Is the only woman In the business correctly portraying "Cow Boy" and "Book Indian ...

38. Variety February 1909

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... VARIETY — How to Make $1,000 Easy There are still some managers and agents who wilfully or through ignorance make the contention that there an other mind readers "as good aa the Zandga," who >BS) do all the Zsndgs do," or who declare that "audiences do not know the difference ...

39. Variety March 1909

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40. Variety April 1909

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... VARIETY ■ Wishes to thank Managers for Starring offers. Have signed contracts for ONE SOLID YEAR with the UNITED BOOKING OFFICES, STARTING SEPT. 5th. • ■ July and August, Palace Theatre, London, Eng ...

41. Variety May 1909

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... VARIETY AIN'T I RIGHT, BOYS? • . . • FRANK FOGERTY cc THE DUBLIN MINSTRE 99 TTf "OnOVXCLS," April IT. ORPHEOM OFFERS HIGH GLASS BILL Frank! Fogerty and Other* are More Than Usually Entertaining ...

42. Variety June 1909

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... ? If yon have not seen it yon have heard of it— "THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER" pronounced by press and public to be the most original idea presented to vaudeville in years. VARIETY Mid: "To Mr. Hyraer moat go tba credit for glrlng vaadorllle the best comedy norclty sketch It hat aeon la many • day ...

43. Variety July 1909

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... VARIETY THE ORIGINAL "GOLDEN GIRL" CAPTURED BY MARTIN BECK For ORPHEUM CIRCUIT and THIRTY-NINE WEEKS "STOLL TOUR," ENGLAND, To Follow •nant Address, 3 lOi HIBBARD AVENUE. CHICAGO . I \ HAMILL i * i AND HIS .. AMERICAN BEAUTIES M v ...

44. Variety August 1909

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... VARIETY TWENTY-FIFTH IMUIVI * * FREE-BOOKLET OF STAGE FASHIONS J&-FREE ' THE MOST COMPLETE CATALOGUE OF ITS KIND EVER PUBLISHED. 120 PagM of Valuable Suggestions; 110 lav and Original Fail Paga Fathlon Plataa af Kaaa and Ankle Length Gowns and Fanoy Coals ...

45. Variety September 1909

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46. Variety October 1909

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... VARIETY a THE IRISH TO THE FRONT Ths SU LONDON "MUSIC HALL. AUG. If. "To the great delight of those who witnessed their nncomnion perfortumirc daring their brief stay on this hide last yi»nr Ik>noTsn and Arnold ...

47. Variety November 1909

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... VARIETY _ r-f r. - V 1 PRODUCING CO. " » ' ' * * . J " A -c.„5I!E. RNAD 167 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO REPRESENTING VAUDEVILLE ACTS Also Owner of tho following BIG HITS and BOX OFFIGE WINNERS "RRDPATHS RAPAJTEES" (1 OompanlM) GEO. YAM'S MTMSTRXLS. MURRAY BHRTT ...

48. Variety December 1909

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... )f VARIETY — . I - k#i-- » - Bil^i T3 • • ■ ^^T^^m^+^^rs^^^^^^^^JwL^^*^^ ENTION ! ! ! ■ ASSISTED BY I LATE FEATURE OF THE "QUEEN OF THE MOULIN ROUGE" CO. for TWO SEASONS IN VAUDEVILLE with his entire tf original APACHE" DANCE CO ...

49. Variety January 1910

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... * '• An Apology to American and European Acts When we inserted our advertisement in VARIETY some time ago, we fully intended answering all applicants. It was never anticipated that the magnitude of the task would become beyond our control, but it did ...

50. Variety February 1910

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51. Variety March 1910

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... VARIETY < . y ... .. \> . v • A .' ( v.. ' ..A v/ I V ., # ;:A > ... w ;v?^ \ '..." /.> ■'-..- ( J -. \'J ■■■■. \ >:: W&%\ ROY O. \A/ll-L-IAlVIS COLONIAL THEATRE P YORK Next \AS U, IN/1 H ...

52. Variety April 1910

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... VARIETY IVI I E. CITY QUARTE (HARRY COOPER, HARRY TALLY, HARRY MAYO, IRVING COOPER) two aonga from tho catalog of ono publlmhlng houao, thoy ouroly muat bo wo nd or o. Thoy (Tho sTmpIro OMy Quartotto) aooond ...

53. Variety May 1910

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... VARIETY NEW ATTRACTIONS Attraction No. 1 Attraction No. 3 "THE BAMA-BAMA GIRLS" Miss CLARA BELLE JEROME The most original laughable comedy dancing and spectac- ular act in Vaudeville today 10 PEOPLE-With the eccentric comedian, EUGENE MOULAN-10 PEOPLE If ...

54. Variety June 1910

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... . Open JUNE 6, FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK PAUL, DURAND, Agent TONY WILSON When wut M f tof B i nm i h w mw n U-Mnilw m entio n Variety. ...

55. Variety July 1910

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... VARIETY Sisters Chartres With FRANK HOLLIDAY Presenting the most gorgeous Scenic Novelty in Vaudeville. The most stupendous act ever attempted by a "Sister Act." Original in design and production, entitled STUDIES I N SONG Introducing MISS GEORGIA (WHISTLER ...

56. Variety August 1910

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... VARIETY ANOTHER HARRY VON TILZER YEAR OF HITS WASTE TALK IN PRAIIE OF OUR PBEIENT SON OS t LAST LA GEIDF," "§orT PEDAL" "IOITBEHN HOSE/' '« TOW." •VIDblKUAHAG^ "FUNNY FACE," *'«IVE it R ANY OTHERS ...

57. Variety September 1910

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... VARIETY A BIG HIT AT THE 5TH AVENUE THEATRE, NEW YORK Chas. A. Murray: Miss Bae Hamilton ■ (Formerly MURRAY and MACK) War "JERRY THE JANITOR" Not a serious moment* All laughter! Sam McKee, of The Telegraph, says ...

58. Variety October 1910

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... VARIETY •lUUHU .illliilL \A BUILD YOUR OWN HOUSE % LESS THAN A CONTRACTOR CAN BUILD IT I have arranged with a large lumber com- ^oo^^Qg pany in Michigan to furnish for people of the PROFESSION knock-down houses, (NOT PORTABLE ...

59. Variety November 1910

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... VARIETY THIS WEEK (Oct. 3D ORPHEUM, BROOKLYN THE SUCCESS OF THE PROGRAM The Phenomenal Pianist from the Bayreuth Royal Opera UNQUESTIONABLY THE GREATEST MUSICAL GENIUS ■ That Vaudeville in either Europe or America hat ever seen NEXT WEEK (Nov. 7 ...

60. Variety December 1910

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... VARIETY IX By AL. BRYAN AND ALBERT GUMBLE V B m Win — ter Win ter When the snow is soft - ly • copyright mcmx sv JER2ME H. REMICK & CO. new york- Detroit- THE LATEST AND GREATEST SONG SUCCESS Published This Season JUST OUT-SO SEND FOR IT NOW and Sing a GREAT LYRIC with a DANCING TWO STEP MELODY ...

61. Variety January 1911

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... VARIETY Z | WINTER | | WINTER 1 1 WINTER | I WINTER 1 I WINTER | | WINTER | | WINTER j | WINTER | | WINTER | WE ARE STARTING THE NEW YEAR WITH III t 2 H HI EST SONOS IT HAS EVER BEEN OUR GOOD FORTUNE TO PUBLISH AND OFFER YOU "WE'VE KEPT THE GOLDEN RULE 13 By DEELEY and WENRICH Another Grey ...

62. Variety February 1911

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... < When metering odeertteemente JHftdfjr mention variety. ...

63. Variety March 1911

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... . THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. "THE GRAPHOPHONE GIRL" ORIGINATED, PRESENTED AND COPYklGHTED IN 1910 BY ADELINE Attorney, GRAFTON L. McCILL, 15 William St., New York City When annoering advertieemente kindly mention VARIETY. ...

64. Variety April 1911

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... VARIETY After Your Turn —there comes a period of relaxa- tion that can be filled to the gal- leries with comfort and pleasure by smoking CIGARETTES Smoke them once. You'll give them many an encore. We've searched the world for rare tobaccos and have blended them so as to give a mild, full flavor and Oriental aroma distinctive- ly different and delightful ...

65. Variety May 1911

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... VARIETY IM CAM IM KINDS HUH MELD & r„ n ^X wi c h . "SOME OF THESE DAYS" "Then again the pathos infused into a rendition of 'Some of These Days' brings you to a realisation that you had never heard the song before ...

66. Variety June 1911

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... VARIETY SING HIS >A/ CEK (May 29) NEW BRI Direction, HELEN LEHMAN, Casey Agency Four Solis Brothers Masters of the Marvelous Mexican Marimba THIS WEEK, (May 29). HAMMERSTEIMS NEXT WEEK, (Jaw 5 ...

67. Variety July 1911

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... VARIETY CARRILLO'S RESIGNATION ON A CCOUNT OF VARIETY Board of Directors of White Rats Request Leo Carrillo to Resign as Member of the Board* Through Con- nection with Paper. Cartoonist Complies ...

68. Variety August 1911

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... VARIETY "WORLDS LEAGUE OF ARTISTS" AND "COPY ACTS" P ASSED UPON The Paris International Conference of Artists' Societies May Bring Tangible Results. Mountford Nearly Loses a Meal. Paris, July 22. The Conference of artists' societies terminated Friday evening, many of the delegates leaving the following morning, while others remained a few days to visit the city ...

69. Variety September 1911

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... VARIETY OPENING ATTRACTIONS ON ONE-N1 QHTERS DOING WELL Booking Men Look Forward to Big Season, Though Watching the Middle-West Closely. If the enthusiasm of the theatre managers everywhere predicts any- thing, the coming theatrical season is going to he one of the biggest and most profitable registered in years ...

70. Variety October 1911

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... VARIETY BUSINESS REPORTS IN WILDS NOW NOT VERY E NCOURAOINO South and Coast Holding Up the Strongest* But Only for Qood Shows. North-West Reported (Jiving Light Returns; New England and Middle-West But Fairly With the Reason in the one-nightera settling down, the early reports which presaged bright business prospects for the travelling ihowi are simmering down ...

71. Variety November 1911

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... VARIETY FIRST BENEFIT OF "COPY-ACT" PACT AT PARIS CONFERENCE I. A. L. of Germany Orders Discontinuance by a Member of "Copy" of Charles T. A Id rich. ••Copy" Secured by Breaking Into Dressing Room. (Special Cable'to Variety.) London, Nov. 1 ...

72. Variety December 1911

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... VARIETY SHOWS AT THE BOX OFFICE IN NEW YORK AND CHICAGO "Bunty," "Quaker QlrV and "Red Widow" Biggest New York Winners. "Qarden of Allah" Not Sensa- tional Success. "The Concert" and "Louisiana Lou" Doing the Business of Chicago ...

73. Variety January 1912

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... VARIETY IN PREPARATION • A NEW ACT FOR THE NEW YEAR • . ■ • (Formerly Mullen and Corelli) o (Formerly Coutoure and Gillette) IN A CONVERSATIONAL ECCENTRIC GYMNASTIC ACT IN Management, MAX HART When answering advertisements kindly mention VARIETY. ...

74. Variety February 1912

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... VARIETY • L STATE RIGHTS HOMER'S ODYSSEY 283fc~ BW" US!r"^9&» rcas. Kan r«k.«M«H«MN C O»^M*T [PMCSCNTIN* AMCmCAM tANKCM .ttSOCIATIOM rt xumcn .•■■«■■»» tkMMK TO WHOM XT MAT COKJBWi TM WILLIAM J ...

75. Variety March 1912

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... VARIETY FOR US TO HANDLE FOR QUICK RESULTS, COMMUNICATE WITH US AT ONCE We can benefit both Manager and Artist. Goocl acta can play good time through us. WANTED: AGENTS, PRODUCERS AND MANAGERS MEN WITH BIG IDEAS Foreign Exchange Park Managers S ...

76. Variety April 1912

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... . i.van ecu BHItatnl Lift MHoi ■■Hah. >. T. (INMMNMNT VAUDCVILU CO.) MISS ALICE LLOYD anal I STARRING IN "LITTLE MISS FLX-IT Management, WERBA & LUESCHER April 7-20 Mason Opera House Los Angeles, Cal. When antxoering advertisements kindly ■mevtinn VARIETY ...

77. Variety May 1912

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... VARIETY B. A. MYERS WHO BOOKS THE "LIVE ONES" WILLARD' I Temple of Music EUROPE! Vaudeville Managers and Agents "Across the Pond" Take Notice ! Mr. B. A. Myers will sail Saturday, May 11, on the "laugh ship," "Minnie Ha Ha," with a bunch of "good fellows,' booked for long runs, and he will also carry with him a multitude of monster sepia flash-light ...

78. Variety June 1912

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... VARIETY In a Quaint Character Study "THE EX-JUSTICE [OF THE PEACE" A FEW OPINIONS OF THE PRESS First Appearance in N. Y. City. Apr. 4. 1M :>, Keith ft Proctor'* 5th Avenue Theatre. RUBE DICKINSON ON THE TARIFF ...

79. Variety July 1912

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... VARIETY We've Been in Business Two Weeks, and Here's What We've Done and Are Doing! Two Songs for Louise Dresser Two Burlesques for W. [Beef Trust] Watson A Sketch for Tempest and Sunshine A Singing and Talking Sketch for Paul Morton of the Four Mortons Comic Sailor Song for Hawthorne and Burt NOT SO BAD, EH ...

80. Variety August 1912

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... VARIETY . NOTICE!!! HAYDN. BORDEN and HAYDN • k r i FRED (CONCERTINA) WILL BE KNOWN IN FUTURE AS CHAS. TOMMY Presenting Their Versatile Offering "ARTISTIC ODDITIES 11 Bigger and Better Than Ever July 29 MORRISON'S, ROCKAWAY Aug. 5 ...

81. Variety September 1912

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... VARIETY J. .,"■, ' T BOOKING ANY AND EVERYWHERE Big Acts and Small Acts Given the Same Consideration CABARET SPECIAL M^n^aorC ' can give you the mater ' al A r+io+O ' can P lace y ...

82. Variety October 1912

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... VARIETY 50,000 Votes for Sarah Bernhardt And 50,000 more clamored for the same privilege in New York last week Votes of appreciation from an audience that marvelled at the achievement of the divine Sarah WHO SHALL IT BE ...

83. Variety November 1912

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... VARIETY PRESENTS . (First American Appearance) In An Egyptian Musical Phantasy CLEOPATRA'S NEEDLE (NOV. 4), HAMMERSTEIN'S, NEW YORK MR. WALTER HAST has under his direction the following attractions: MR ...

84. Variety December 1912

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... VARIETY JOHN J. COLLINS, President and General Manager JOE SULLIVAN, Vice-President WIM. D. EPPSTEIN, Secretary and Treasurer • II KING VAUDEVILLE THEATRES EXCLUSIVELY Will accept sole bookings for theatres desiring experienced service combined with judgment that can give you draw- ing and enjoyable Programs very least possible cost. (Our Mr ...

85. Variety January 1913

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... VARIETY A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO EVERYBODY NOTICE TO MANAGERS • AND are ready to produce NEW Ideas, NEW Acts or the Girl Acts that have never lost their value, "THE WATERMELON GIRLS" "THE PULLMAN PORTER MAIDS" More of the same kind now ready All Tim McMahon's ...

86. Variety February 1913

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... VARIETY IF YOU WANT ENGAGEMENTS IN ENGLAND COMMUNICATE IMMEDIATELY WITH BROADMEAD HOUSE, PANTON STREET HAYMARKET, LONDON, S. W. THE AGENTS who are now booking solely and hustling for the following well known American Acts ...

87. Variety March 1913

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88. Variety April 1913

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... VARIETY ■• LATE fcfc FEATURE OF THE FOLLIES OF 1912 A SENSATIONAL HIT AT THE COLONIAL THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK (April 7), HAMMERSTEITSrS Direction, PAT CASEY ...

89. Variety May 1913

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... VARIETY EVA TANGUAY says: There's money in playing under your own management, if you can draw them into theatres as I have done, and when surrounded by a company that compares with the best of vaudeville bills ever presented ...

90. Variety June 1913

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... .i^ VARIETY 1 s=r WALTER HAST Leaves on the Mauretania, June 11, after a pleasant and profitable theatrical season in America, where he has had the honor to represent •^„ ' GRAHAM MOFFATT •::'f-"I;:'-^ Author of "When Bunty Pulls the Strings," "The Concealed Bed" and "A Scrape O' The Pen ...

91. Variety July 1913

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... VARIETY AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND The J. C. WILLIAMSON CO., Ltd., Presents FRED NIBLO and JOSEPHINE COHAN Supported by a Selected Company in a Repertoire of American Comedies Original En^a^ement For Six Montlis, Extended Two Years ...

92. Variety August 1913

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... ^VARIETY:* v •- -V'-y'v'- :v'-ri'\"*r '?■?! t-s ; OIM JU TV, n, ■' if" (WIImb Theatre, Chtcaro, Week July tl.) Every section of Chicago has found him entertaining. You can't get away from figures and Bob Hall has shown results ...

93. Variety September 1913

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... VARIETY Vaudeville Cut Outfit \X7HEN you send photos ahead for ^ ^ lobby display, send along News- paper Halftones for advance news- paper notices WE FURNISH THESE NEWS- \^\ PAPER HALFTONES ^ ' * f^*-." St ...

94. Variety October 1913

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... VARIETY Nixon-Nirdlinber-Prudential-Consolidated VAUDEVILLE AGENCY c-o CARL ANDERSON, Booking Manager Town. Washliiffton (FnU Week) Plttaborsh (Fall Week) Atlantic City (Fall Week) Trenton, N. J. Reading, Pa. Readlnc. Pa. Cheater. Pa. Weatcheater Pa. York. Pa. I^wlatown, Pa. Tamaqoa. Pa. Mt. Carmel, Pa. Lock Haven, Pa. AlIentowB. Pa. Frederick, Md. Theatre. Cnalao Ubcrty Nixon StaU St ...

95. Variety November 1913

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... VARIETY Vaudeville Gut Outfit ^l^HEN you send photos ahead for ^ ^ lobby display, send along News- paper Halftones for advance news- paper notices WE FURNISH THESE NEWS- IS] PAPER HALFTONES 1 ...

96. Variety December 1913

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... VARIETY v.- TANGUAY Will appear ■'■' • :i^ MONDAY AFTERNOON (December 8) V ■ > AND ALL WEEK At the ' 4- :r •I •I 44th Street Music Hall ■., -_ • ^^ , . , ■ ^ . Singing the Following New Songs ...

97. Variety January 1914

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... VARIETY COME ON, YOU HEADLINERS FALL IN LINE AND JOIN THE MERRY THRONG—DO NOT BE MISLED, AS YOU CAN NOT LIVE ON PROMISES—"I'LL TAKE CARE OF YOU," Etc. CAN ARRANGE AND POSITIVELY GUARANTEE FORTY (40 ...

98. Variety February 1914

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... VARIETY AND FORMERLY Spring Opening BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE NOW READY TO SHOW YOU OUR SPRING LINE OF EVERYTHING NEW AND NOVEL IN WEARING APPAREL. Exclusive Line of Taffeta Dresses, botli Street and Evening Siiades, $ i £^-50 at AND UP ...

99. Variety March 1914

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... \ '^ West 46th St., New York 7 r (. / ' ^. ^^ ^ (Further details of plan, scope and progress of Fair will be announced from iime to time in VARIETY). k -^ -. 4.; . V .«'* • «■ '/■•- .« « < ...

100. Variety April 1914

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... VARIETY Columbia Amusement Company's POPULAR-PRICED BURLESQUE CIRCUIT! EASON 1914-1915 This Company, in Enlarging its Field of Operations, Invites Correspondence from Theatre Owners, Producers and Authors ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO COLUMBIA AMUSEMENT COMPANY j ...