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VARIETY Friday, March 25, 1921 AV : APPPEARANCE NOW PROCTOR'S 2Jrd ST. THEATRE and COLLINS in "Odds and Ends" Direction* FRANK EVANS f * * If Ycu Don't Advertise in VARIETY Don't Advertise The Smith Brothers, owners and managers of the Kialto and Or- pheum, Tulsa, Okla., received word In New York Monday that the safes of both houses had been blown Sun- day and between the two robberies $5,000 stolen. The Rlalto is a pic- ture house and the Orphcum plays the Interstate vaudeville road shows. Griff Williams, of the C.us Hill managerial staff, has organized the Columbia Theatrical Exchange, a licensed agency to do a general booking business. Bill Vidoq left New York this week for a two week*' sojourn at "Laurel in the Pines." Lakewood, N. J. He is a Keith agent and former valid ville artist, and is recovering from a recent pneumo? ■ Illness. LETTERS •Vlien MIHlUSf fai mat. r«. \ \KIK1 > atldrrn* Mail Clerk IHJSTCARDfe. 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Phillips Oeo Perry Alice Posty Dot Roberts ftorn Renard A Jordan Rfgan James Richey R K»ith Roberts Peggla Rogers Jack Riely Mae Polls A Royce (loyal Philiipine ?ogf»rs Wilson S Rfhan Estelle Riggs Mary Rogers Frank Mrs Stanton Walter Smith Oliver Co Stafford Edwin Stymoure Dolly Spahman Alb't Mrs Sackett Albert Single Billy Scott John Geo Sperling Philip Skinner J J Schrein Bert Sully Lew Seamans Mai.file Smith Willie Tucker Temple Tracey Thayer Thlele Dave Joe Sid CHas K'.l.ry CMto Vincant Jewel Vogt Eddie Vox Valentino Valyda Roaa Vyvyan A Kastnar Valll A Cooper V'c.yer Guy Wilbur Elsie Williams Connie Williamson Geo Weeks Leroy Wilson John Mrs Wilson Misses V lilte Bob Wells Muria . SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE Gordon Bobby Howard Murjaret Lane Helen Machad.tn Ahx'der Nichols Joy Sargent Dollo Sydney Mr & Mrs F Falll Muriel V'rgt Eddie rr- Burlesque Routes. > ^ # MARCH 28—APRIL 4 "All Jam Iteviio" SI Majoetfcj Scranton 4-fi Armory BlBfhamton I Blmlra 7-1* Inter Niagara Fail . "Around the Tc.vn" 23 Km pi re Hoboken 4-G Cohen't* Xcwburg 7-9 Cohen's Poufrhkoensip. ••Bathing Beauties" us Academy Pittsburgh 4 Penn Circuit. "Beauty Ke\ ue" US Mar Toronto 4 Acad< my liuffaio. TRUNKS For the Theatrical Profession Strand Luggage Shop The Luggage Shop With a Conscience. A93 SIXTH AVE., Bet. 39th end 40th Sin. "Open KvealnffH Till V* AT LIBERTY GEORGE DUPREE 316 W. 47th St., N. Y. city; Longaere 3788 (MANAGER —HUSTLER— PROMOTER READ BOOTH and NINA. Cycle and Banjo. Full Stage; 11 Mine. State-Lake, Chicago. Read BOOTH AND NINA PRESENT I MO \ "A 20th Century Novelty" Lir | A FEW CHOICE OFFICES Possession about April ISth $50 per month and upwards Also rehearsal hall to- let by week, month or year ROMAX BUILDING 245 West 47th Street, N. Y. City Adjoining Strand Theatre JOHN H. SCHEIER 245 West 47th Street Phono Bryant 5102-3 OR YOUR OWN BROKER Chicago, March 16 Coming out of nowhere, this pa., opened the show here entirely un-j offel * in 6 you an act which we claim known, and mopped up as no opener, to be absolutely unparalleled and ever h done* l0ry ° f lhis#theatre had unprecedented for novelty of con- u.x,v*k «I „ * • i ,.• - , ception and skill of execution, to- Booth is a trick cyclist who runs\. ., .. . .. p a pretty routine edging up to a |tally eclipsing all our previous ef- Kalph Johnstone stair-moun on his forts, establishing for itself the bicycle, then to a leap on a pedes- coveted standard of quality by £*££ SLeW^SEWS 1 wbk * an other acl8 "* m ^ red wheel. But he fixed it, and as the as to value and real merit. SSSSIl? e rh^it. d, fi I I M,e K and re ^f r " Success in the past our credentials. berated through this huge audito-) 0 . ,. , , rium, completed the stum. \8uccess in the future our guarantee. Nina is a sweet confection, who, Many thanks to Mr. George Gott- as the assistant to Booth and with « loib, Mr. Harry Singer, Mr. Work, such charms and ingratiating per-(Orchestra and Stage Hands for !Sw 1 lSiJ% h fJ # iiSrS V ;S if « h ?! their co-operation in making our only stood by and looked nice. But ... . she produces a banjo and tears the\ act tne m, £ e success it was. heart out of it. She could do a This week, Majestic, Milwaukee* single on her appearance and ability.; Wjg Nflxt w6flk( Pa|ace| Chicago> |M> a hTo e ^n« W ^ 0Var f0r » a ^ mem0 r''S° le management, Arthur Gold. able wallop and can stand up to, ... /T , °.. ^_ v _ , op^n, close or hold up any spot in, • m,th (Bontham Office), Palace any bill in any man's theatre. Theatre BIdg., N. Y., Charles Crowl, Lait. | Woods Theatre Bldg., Chicago. Sincere thanks to Jack Lait for above wonderful notice C IVI Blanchard PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR STARS AND TALENT. WILL PRODUCE YOUR ACT FOR YOU, ARRANGE OPENING AND ROUTE. SOME OF THE ACTS I HAVE MADE ROBERT EDESON HENRY CHESTERFIELD SAMPSEL and REILLY JULIA NASH EDWIN ARDEN C. H. O'DONNELL 1493 Broadway, New York, N. Y. i will make yof. EVELYN BLANCHARD Phone Bryant 8200 Restricted Material A COMEDY HIT AND "THE BANJO" UNTIL OTIS MITCHELL Sailing for AUSTRALIA May 3 from San Francisco. To tour FULLER CIRCUIT ADDRESS FULLER THEATRE, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA