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19521. New York Clipper June 1914

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... —Lancton, Lu- cier ft Co. PORTLAND, ORE.—OBPHEDM: Llsnne Ctrreara ft Co.—John 4 May Burie—Schcnck Bros.— Lai Moo Kim—Brltt Wood—Claude Roof— Ooradlnl's Anhnals. SAN FBANOISCO, OAL.—ORPHEOtt: "Wrong fro-n Start"—Julius Tanoen—Borneo the Great—Doris Wilson 4 Co.—Gamlner Trio— Dainty Marie — Laddie Cliff ...

19522. New York Clipper May 1914

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... . The weather was perfect. Tba crowds Im- •sense. Tbe performances great. The writer has attended tbe opening of many circuses, but never In bis experience bss he psr- I tlclputed In a more auspicious event than that ', which was unfolded here to-day ...

19523. New York Clipper May 1914

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... . 49th St near Broadway, URGE, LIGHT, AIRY ROOMS PROFESSIONAL RATES: 100 Rooms—Near Bath, |l.6o per Day and np Room and Bath, $2.00 per l)ay and up Parlor, Bedroom and Bath. J3.60 per Day and np Excellent Restaurant Good Hnsle Club Breakfast, 28 cents np ...

19524. New York Clipper May 1914

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... ), Sat- urday May. 10—Mr. and lira. Sam Bernard and children (Rosalind and Richard), Harold Craxton. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Christians, Ben IlarrlH, Harry nicer. Him Hehnaa. Ilyntlnm (Holland-American Line), Tues- day. May 19—W. A. Philips, Marie Howard, Bolle Northrop Agnes Weber ...

19525. New York Clipper April 1914

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... . Many blame It to the nun? dances, and other social events following the Lenton season. The base- ball season opened 14, at the American League grounds to a crowd of 23,000, but dropped next day to 1.400, owing 10 Wintry weather. Wilbur (Wilbur Theatre Co., rnsri ...

19526. New York Clipper March 1914

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... . STOP—LOOK—LISTEN WBSN m KKW YORK, STOP AT Hotel Van Cortlandt 142 to 146 W. 49th St. near Broadway, URGE, LIGHT, AIRY ROOMS PROFESSIONAL RATES: 100 Booms-Near Bath, 11.50 per Day and op Room and Batb ...

19527. New York Clipper March 1914

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... . Doris Wilson and com- fmy offered a novel singing sketch. The rads did well In third position. Irene Temmons and company, In an original one act playlet, displayed rare ability. Alfred Bergen followed, with a baritone voice that will be long remembered ...

19528. New York Clipper March 1914

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... . Patrick's Day "Kw Colleen Buwu" was the feature. BUI changes 19-21. Daslness It very good. Fox's. (Louis D. Carrey, mgr.)—Big concert Sunday evening, 19 Including: Hnttfe Fox, Miller and Uackett, Rose and Berry, Bake ...

19529. New York Clipper February 1914

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... —LISTEN WHEN IN NBW TORE, STOP AT Hotel Van CorUandt 142 to 146 W. 49th st sear Bradiay, UROE, LIGHT, AIRY ROOMS PROFESSIONAL RATES I MrtDl Room and Bath, ji.oo per Day and up loo Rooms—Near Bath, $i.m> pSTaDay and tip it and ap ...

19530. New York Clipper February 1914

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... . The playwright's name hi not given. Oabino (Olmrlce H. Waldron. mgr.)—"Million- aires for a Day" was the burlesque with which the Amcrlcsn Beauties aroused applause here loot week. Tbe company, headed by Edgar Blxler, was strong In comedians and slugorn, and s comely chorus ssslsted tbe principals ...