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19521. Variety September 1908

Variety12-1908-09_0018
... Club. N. Y. Chase A Csrma, 934 W. 63, Chicago. Cberle, Doris. Follies of tho Day B. R. Chester A Jon«s. 211 B. 14, N. Y. I'hevaller, Louis. A Co., Grand, Bellingham. Clilnqullla, Prliieeon, Shorevlew Pk., Jamaica, L. I. Christopher. Chris, Bijou, La Crosse. Christy. Wayne O.. 776 8th Ave., N. Y. Church City Four, Strolling Players, B. R. Clare. Sydney, 64 K. 110. N. Y ...

19522. Variety September 1908

Variety12-1908-09_0058
... . 68. Chicago. Cherie, Doris, FoUles of the Dsy B. B. Cbsster a Jones, 211 B. 14, N. Y. ChevsUer, Louis a Co., Grsnd, Tacoma. Chlnqullla, Princess, Shorevlew Pk., Jamelca, L. I. Christopher, Chris, Msjestlc, Wausaw, Wis. Christy, Wsyne G., 776 8th Ave., N. Y. Church City Four, Strolling Players, B. B. Clare, Sydney, 64 B. 110, N. Y. Clalrmont, 2061 Ryder Ave.. N. Y. Clark A ...

19523. Billboard Oct 1905

Billboard17-1905-10_0103
... tte waUs aapport- Ing tte anil. Ur. Tree aceeptid tbe'laemaUe, aedM to close tte tteatre after tte evening perform- and sent for tbe building inspector In order to Inform him ot tte course he haa decided to adopt. ;. - By arrangement with Oe' flhaterts aad work- ing all night and tbe next day, Oliver Ttrlst was ready for tbe nsaal evening performance irtB^MHttne aain^ Waldorf, whcro tt* pleer ...

19524. New York Clipper March 1905

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... . MERCHANTS' HOTEL, TOLEDO, OHIO. American, fl^ alngle, $1 donble. European, $3 to $3 week. Good meals. JACK SMITH, Proprietor. THE OASTLB INN, Niagara Sqnare, Bnffaio, N. T. Ratet, 13 to |4 per day. UB. 0. F. DCNBAB, Prop.; Hits. H. F, EAIS, Up. I AM STILL OWNER OF AT LIBERTY, HELiAINE HARTE, I.EAIW, JUVENILES AND HEAVIES. E»W. C. STEWART, CHARACTERS Oil fiEN. RII.SINF.SS. Specially ...

19525. New York Clipper August 1903

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... . ami are Hon' at lite Yellowstone \ntlonul Park. We |«i*sml throuuh the town hf ttnsln the day tioriuuu ami WaJtei-s were takcu from ttic ruu'Aty Jnll ami shot by a mob from the noted Hole lit the Wall country ...

19526. New York Clipper March 1914

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... . FORTY-FOURTH STREET—"Tho Midnight Girl," second week. FORTY-EIGHTH STREET—"To^Day," twen- ty-second week. GLOBE—"Queen of the Movies," eighth week. GAIETY—"Along' Camo Ruth," second •week, HARRIS—"The TJulo of Three," third week ...

19527. New York Clipper May 1912

Clipper60-1912-05_0084
... . Casiko (Charles Daniels, mgr.)— Follies of the Day this week. Emus: (George McManus, mgr.)—Big Re- view this week. OnriiBUM (Frank Kllholz, mgr.)—The bill for week of 20 Includes: Eva Tangtiay, Be- dlnl and Arthur, Hawthorne and Hurt, "The Clown," Chas ...

19528. New York Clipper September 1904

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... * ForaM Cloning Promptly, Tues- day, at lO o'clock A. M. Please remit by express, money order, check, p. 0. order or registered letter. All cash en- closed with letter Is at the risk of sender. Address All Commniilontlona to TUB MOW YORK CLIPPER, 47 West 28th Street, New York ...

19529. Variety Jan 1947

Variety165-1947-01_0411
... . The result is a mildly pleasant little comedy that should do well enough at the boxoflice. This version of the original Xlni- vei'sal p^e (1935), which starred Margaret Sullavan in a more literal Pre.ston Sturges adaptation of the Molnar worJi,-has assumed a modern- day New York aura instead of the original Contihehtal atmosphere ...

19530. Variety May 1937

Variety126-1937-05_0247
... ; Obviously in the hands of political sharpshooters, he faces a $tifl campaign. for re- electioin. When reporters visit the hdme^. his wife, Mary Bayes,. tires of hearing his boasts and remarks that sh£\couId run aigaiinst him and beat hinw The next day It is all over the front pages of the local papers ...