Another way to prevent getting this page in the future is to use Privacy Pass. Both of his two sons, John and Tim Considine, are actors. [27], While Meredith had always been part of the "open town" faction, his death made him a martyr for the "closed town" side. By 1914, Pantages had clearly won out. [37][38], All concerned eventually moved to Los Angeles, which by then had firmly established itself as the West Coast entertainment capital. 124801968, citing Mount Olivet Catholic Cemetery, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA ; Maintained by … We are sad to announce that on April 18, 2019 we had to say goodbye to John J. Considine (Crest Hill, Illinois), born in Chicago, Illinois. View Photos. • The Registered Agent on file for this company is John Joseph Considine and is located at 6440 North Leoti Avenue, Chicago, IL 60646. [16][17], The Seattle Post-Intelligencer lashed Meredith for not coming down hard enough on vice. Meredith dropped the shotgun and went for the revolver. John was born on April 28 1890, in Illinois, USA. John Joseph Considine b. CHICAGO, IL - John was born December 7, 1935 to John and Loretta Considine in Chicago, IL. Trying to find John Considine? Considine shot Meredith three times in the chest and neck, killing him, then handed his gun to Sheriff Cudihee and surrendered himself. John married Fayette (nee Coffey) in Chicago, IL. He spoke openly of the town "not being big enough" to hold both him and Considine. John Considine, 25. [3] Briefly a Chicago policeman, he was involved in the raid that led to the Haymarket Riot. He attended Standford University briefly prior to his appointment to the US Military Academy by Congressman Francis Burton Harrison of District 16, New York. Your IP: 123.30.139.93 A third founder, H. L. Leavitt, soon bolted to the Loyal Order of Moose. 5858 North Sheridan Road, Unit: 207 More police arrived, including Sheriff Cudihee. Born in Chicago, Considine grew up attending Roman Catholic parochial schools, and eventually briefly attended St. Mary's College, Kansas. But Earp partnered with an established local gambler named Thomas Urquhart and they opened the Union Club saloon and gambling operation in Seattle's Pioneer Square. [49] A later Orpheum, also the work of Priteca, stood 1927–1967 at the corner of 5th Avenue and Stewart Street, now the site of the south tower of the Westin Hotel. Considine was born in 1935 in Los Angeles to producer John Considine Jr. His grandfathers were two pioneering vaudeville impresarios, Alexander Pantages and namesake John Considine Sr. Here is John J. Considine’s obituary. By 1891, he was manager of the People's Theater, a box house in the wide-open "restricted district" below Yesler Way in what is now Seattle's Pioneer Square neighborhood. You may need to download version 2.0 now from the Chrome Web Store. Prior to coming to films, Considine studied at Stanford, Yale, Oxford and Hedelberg. Forewarned, he picked up a .38 revolver that normally remained at work. They have also lived in Oak Lawn, IL. [9][10], Considine also obtained an interest in a nearby saloon, Billy the Mug's at the corner of Second and Washington. 8 Profile Searches. He had one brother, Thomas Joseph Considine, (1856-1933), and they were close for much of his life. At the Considines' trial, the prosecution tried to make the case that the Considines had started the gunfight; however, Meredith's outspoken statements in the 24 hours before the fight (including "They couldn't get a jury in King County that would convict me for killing Considine") helped to clarify any confusion as to what happened, as did the testimony of the best-situated eyewitnesses. [46], From 1911, the flagship of Considine's chain was the Orpheum Theatre at 3rd Avenue and Madison Street in Seattle. The obituary was featured in Chicago … John Considine 83 (affectionately known as Jack), passed away on April 18, 2019 at home in Crest Hill, IL. Jul. He spotted the Considines headed into G.O. The basement has housed a series of bars, including an after hours venue known officially as the Casino, and unofficially as "Madame Peabody’s Dancing Academy for Young Ladies"[44] and, later the Catwalk (1994–2005),[45] a venue friendly to the S&M crowd. [19] By this time the People's did not even have any closed boxes, but Meredith tried to shut it down under an anti-box-house ordinance, while letting actual box houses continue to operate. He Attended the University of St. Thomas in Saint Paul, MN. KNIGHT RIDER: KNIGHT OF THE JUGGERNAUT 2 HOUR SEASON PREMIERE. Message. Feb. 24, 2020 $9,350,000 . This is Me - Control Profile. [13], He faced considerable opposition to his plan from Considine, who controlled all three gaming operations in town. A Chicago police officer who had just finished his shift was shot and killed early Saturday in an apparently random attack, officials said.. He had designed & built a house for himself in Elmhurst, and they got to talking about and it and Considine started to work on a design for our new family home.” [12], Considine was not just big in entertainment: he was the city's gambling kingpin as well. [15], As the gold rush era began to wane, the "open town" atmosphere again became a matter of controversy. [35], Pantages simply had a better instinct than Considine for what the public would pay to see, and his total contempt for efforts to "uplift" public taste—and, especially for efforts to impose New York tastes on the country at large—turned out to make good business sense. [33] At it peak, the Sullivan–Considine circuit owned 20 theaters in the Pacific Northwest and was affiliated with 20 in California; they also booked numerous theaters in the Midwest. • John has 4 jobs listed on their profile. Colonel John A Considine was born in Chicago, Illinois on 10 March 1889 in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Thomas J. and Mildred Considine. "[47] The murals of the equally lavish auditorium depicted classical and mythological themes: scenes from The Iliad and Odyssey, Aesop and the 12 Muses. He had also placed silver dollars strategically around his vest, presumably for armor. Considine unsuccessfully tried to intimidate Earp, but his saloon continued to prosper. Funeral Home Services for John are being provided by Gibbons Funeral Home. Briefly a Chicago policeman, he was involved in the raid that led to the Haymarket Riot. Born in Chicago in 1868, John Considine would go on to be one of the most notorious characters in the history of frontier Seattle. Considine & Associates, L.L.C. Although gambling was illegal, Considine had worked out an agreement with Police Chief C.S. (Page 2) John Considine, 44 . Protesting a "star chamber" investigation, Meredith resigned. [23][24], Meredith's next shot caught the back of Considine's neck, wounded the arm of a messenger boy drinking a sarsaparilla at the soda fountain, and nearly caught Dr. Criminal or Civil Court records found on John's Family, Friends, Neighbors, or Classmates View Details. Considine gained a foothold in the film industry. In 1889, an itinerant actor named John W. Considine (born this day in 1868) blew into Seattle and became a card-dealer at the Theatre Comique, a so-called box house. CheckIllinois has found 103 Illinois public records for John Considine. They were devoted to each other and happily married for 66 years. View John Considine’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. [4] He then became a traveling actor, and landed in Seattle, Washington in 1889. Review. Little is known of Considine’s early life in Chicago other than he was Roman Catholic and briefly served on the Chicago police force. In 1902, he bought into Seattle's first well-appointed movie theater (Edison's Unique Theater,[29] established 1897), partnering with the local distributor of Edison phonograph records, creating Seattle's first establishment to combine variety entertainment with movies and Considine's first "dry" establishment. John William Considine was born in Chicago on September 29, 1863, to John Cornelius Considine (1824-1909) and Mary Cusick Considine (1825-1897), both Irish immigrants. [5], A friendly, outgoing, but resolutely sober man in a rowdy environment, he dealt cards but did not play, made money off the sale of liquor but did not drink, managed a business whose profits depended on its female performers hustling drinks (and, in Murray Morgan's words, "If the girls wished to peddle more personal wares, management did not object"), but was reputed to be a faithful family man. The Seattle Times squared off in defense of Meredith and Humes, but the real duel was between Meredith and Considine. Lock. The decorative wrought iron canopy extending from over the box office to the curb out became "a fixture of the 3rd Avenue landscape"; the lavish interior was "awash in marble, onyx, and glass. Considine tried selling out to Marcus Loew (whose eastern-U.S.-based circuit had been allied with the western based Sullivan-Considine circuit since 1911[36]); the deal ultimately fell apart, but a forfeited down payment gave Considine quite an infusion of cash. The best result we found for your search is John T Considine age 80+ in Folsom, CA. The Earps returned briefly to San Francisco in April 1900, but within a couple of months, Wyatt and Josephine returned to Oregon and caught the SS Alliance for Alaska. Performance & security by Cloudflare, Please complete the security check to access. Click on the John Considine links below to see Illinois public records such as Divorces, Mortgages, DUIs, Felonies, or other available records for John Considine. [23][24], Meredith caught up to them just outside the store, took point-blank aim at John Considine with his shotgun, and missed. "[18], Matters escalated. By 1891, he was manager of the People's Theater, a box house in the wide-open "restricted district" below Yesler Way in what is now Seattle's Pioneer Square neighborhood. He prospered greatly for a while, until he was brought down by the Panic of 1893, the ensuing economic depression, and the 1894 election of an "anti-vice" administration in Seattle. His parents were Thomas J. Considine, wife's name was Mildred. He went about his day—shooting some pool with his brother, dropping by the office to read his mail, deciding to knock off early because of a sore throat. Discover life events, stories and photos about John Joseph Considine (1890-1957) of Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States. Court Records found View. The first had been one of Considine's first vaudeville theaters; the second was a renaming of Martin Beck's Coliseum Theater[34] (no relation to the surviving 1917 Coliseum theater building, designed by B. Marcus Priteca for Pantages). [34], While Considine and Cort had always been the friendliest of rivals, Considine's rivalry with another Seattle-based vaudeville impresario, Alexander Pantages, ran more to stealing each other's acts (or, failing that, literally stealing the acts' equipment). Please enable Cookies and reload the page. Reed. Origins Mildred was born in Chicago to John Considine (a big-time vaudeville promoter and theater manager who attracted a fair amount of controversies in his day) and Julia Nussbaumer. View People They Know with Court Records. A former employee of Considine's, William L. Meredith, who had followed Considine to Spokane, returned to his earlier job as a policeman. They were standing just outside the store talking with one Patrolman Merford, who Meredith had suspended, according to Gordon Newell "for pocketing part of a protection payment earmarked" for Meredith himself. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for John Joseph Considine (28 Apr 1890–9 May 1957), Find a Grave Memorial no. In November 1899, Wyatt Earp left the Dexter Saloon in Nome, Alaska for about a year and went to Seattle, Washington, with a plan to open a saloon and gambling room. Shaughnessy, backed by Considine, started a physical culture institute. The club's furnishings were confiscated and burned. Still, they too maintained a cordial personal relationship. When Considine brought forth evidence that Meredith was corrupt, the P-I "played this testimony for as much as it was worth, perhaps more. Message. John W. Considine (September 29, 1868 – February 11, 1943) was an American impresario, a pioneer of vaudeville. [47], Although the Orpheum was touted at the time of its 5 May 1911 opening as "America's most luxurious theater," after 1916 it no longer was even the grandest vaudeville theater in the neighborhood: Alexander Pantages opened an even larger and more opulent theater several blocks north at 3rd Avenue and University Street. In New York City in 1906 on F.O.E. Tom grabbed Meredith's gun and smashed it into Meredith's skull. He operated the rooms above it as the Owl Club Rooms, a gambling joint. Still, with World War I clobbering access to international stars, Considine's circuit fell apart, and Pantages bought up the pieces. In 1932, he directed Disorderly Conduct. Former employee of the Chicago Metropolitan Sanitary District. You can send your sympathy in the guestbook provided and share it with the family. Largest Recent Sales. [32], Considine soon cut (or played down) his old ties to the "restricted district". They have also lived in Grants Pass, OR and Cameron Park, CA. American producer John W. Considine, Jr. worked in the mid-'20s and was behind numerous popular films. Edit Profile. Edit Profile. How we can help. Annie Charlotte (Considine) Morgan 15 May 1882 New Britain, Hartford, Connecticut, USA - 11 Mar 1932 managed by Summer Seely last edited 8 May 2018. Meredith accused Considine of an affair with Mamie Jenkins, a 17-year-old contortionist who performed at his theater, stating that she had become pregnant and that Meredith himself had paid for her abortion. Thanks for starting your real estate search with us. He and his brother Tom wandered down from their (and the lawyer's) First Hill neighborhood. (Page 10) View John's age, phone number, home address, email, and background check information now. 15 North Bishop Street. John D Jr Considine was born on month day 1915, at birth place, Illinois, to John Joseph Considine and Eleanor Marie Considine (born Archambault). If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware. 2307 West 19th Street. [47], This Orpheum was not Seattle's only theater by this name; indeed, it was Considine's third theater by this name in Seattle. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences. I too am researching the Considine side of my family tree, who I understand came from County Clare and/or Cork. The company's filing status is listed as Active. He dropped by the courthouse hoping to sort out his business's legal problems; the prosecuting attorney was out. We found over 100 people public records in all 50 states. [39] son, film producer John Considine, Jr. (Puttin' on the Ritz, 1930; Boys Town, 1938), married Pantages' daughter Carmen;[40] their sons, John and Tim became successful movie and television actors. 7, 2020 $9,150,000 . Review. By February 1898 he had leased back the People's Theater, and was back in the business[6] along with the rest of Seattle, "mining the miners. More importantly, we listen and that means we find solutions that are tailored to you. Their rivalry took place both on their home turf and on the national scene. [20], On the morning of Tuesday, June 25, 1901, Considine dropped by Meredith's lawyer's to inform them that if Meredith would not retract the claim about Mamie Jenkins, he was ready to sue for libel. Inside the exterior of stone, brick, glass and marble is a wonderfully-designed home of over 3,200 square feet for … Salvation Army bands merely upped the level of chaos. The jury took only three hours to reach an acquittal. 28 Apr 1890 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA d. 9 May 1957 River Forest, Cook, Illinois, USA John J. Considine, 78, Veteran WWII. [28], Considine soon reinvented himself as a respectable impresario north of the Yesler Way "Deadline". The dazed Considine staggered into the store; Tom Considine and Merford, were so taken aback that they hardly reacted at first; Meredith entered the store pursuing John Considine. [21], Meanwhile, Meredith had acquired a virtual arsenal: besides the shotgun (which he had wrapped in butcher paper), he was carrying a .32 Colt in a .45 frame and a .38-caliber short-barreled revolver. At the courthouse, a friend warned him that Meredith was after him, and advised him to arm himself. Results for John Considine. Tom grabbed one of their guns and drew down on them, yelling "Stand back, you sons of bitches! Club Heaven, an upscale nightclub, has occupied the space since 2006. John Considine's Reputation Profile. When Tim Sullivan went insane in 1913, Considine lost one of his main sources of clout and connections. The Seattle Star noted two weeks later that Earp's saloon was earning a large following. [5], Considine decided that he could out-compete the other box houses by raising the level of entertainment, hiring professional actresses for the stage and letting other girls work the floor and the dark booths. Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property. The city council decided to believe reports that Meredith was corrupt and his resignation was forced. "[25][26], Meanwhile, John Considine drew his gun on Meredith, who was clearly wounded, but still moving. John Arthur Considine 10 Mar 1889 Chicago, IL - 21 Aug 1960 managed by Shayne Davidson last edited 12 Jun 2018. Select this result to view John E Considine's phone number, address, and more. Guy, who hit the floor. This 1962 Dream House designed by John Considine in highly desirable north Oak Park was built for a local restaurateur who wanted the best for his family. The People's Theater (and its rivals) posted brass bands outdoors early in the evening to draw in customers. business, he met and teamed up with Tammany boss Big Tim Sullivan to form the Sullivan–Considine vaudeville circuit and associated nationwide booking agency. [30], Difficulty in obtaining first-rate acts to play a city so distant from the major concentrations of North American population led Considine to establish one of the first vaudeville circuits (quite possibly the very first), with theaters in Victoria, Vancouver, Portland, Bellingham, Everett, Yakima, and Spokane as well as Seattle. John Considine passed away in Chicago, Illinois. [31] This was the world's first popularly priced vaudeville chain, with ten- and twenty-cent admissions. Cloudflare Ray ID: 617b11c5ac05198b Biography Early life. Lock. He became a power in town, and was locally famous for his personal sobriety (his closest thing to a vice was chewing gum). While Considine consulted with his lawyers about further action against Meredith, Meredith got hold of a double-barrelled 12-gauge shotgun. John is related to Eileen M Considine and Lenor G Considine as well as 5 additional people. John Considine's Reputation Profile. Designed by William Kingsley, the $500,000 theater was constructed, insofar as possible, with materials and services obtained from within Washington state. Criminal or Civil Court records found on John's Background Report Criminal or Civil Court records found on John's Family, Friends, Neighbors, or Classmates View Details. 296 records for John Considine. He then became a traveling actor, and landed in Seattle, Washington in 1889. [48] In the last years before it was torn down in 1949, it was used merely as a storage facility. Business was good. Murray Morgan characterizes their rivalry as that between a well-connected, savvy businessman (Considine) and a hardworking uneducated genius (Pantages). Find John Considine's phone number, address, and email on Spokeo, the leading online directory for contact information. My Grandfather's name was John Arthur Considine born in Chicago,Illinois March 10, 1889 and died August 21, 1960. View John Considine’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. John Considine utilizes the latest technologies, market research and business strategies to exceed your expectations. [22], Meredith waited at the corner of Yesler and Occidental, where he expected the Considines would go to catch the streetcar back up the hill. Eleanor was born on December 1 1894, in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States. He was a career Army officer in the horse cavalry. On November 25, 1899 the Seattle Star described him as "a man of great reputation among the toughs and criminals, inasmuch as he formerly walked the streets of a rough frontier mining town with big pistols stuck in his belt, spurs on his boots and a devil-may-care expression upon his official face". This was almost certainly a slander: she appears to have ruptured herself while performing. Considine managed to grab Meredith in a bear hug and drag him toward the entrance, yelling out for help from his brother, who finally realized what was happening. He briefly attempted to run the People's as a proper theater; he ran a box house in Spokane, Washington before a similar anti-vice administration shut him down; and he returned to Seattle and lay relatively low until the Klondike Gold Rush (1897) brought back an "open town" administration. An ambitious politician named John Wilson started a Law and Order League charging Meredith and Mayor Thomas J. Humes with a variety of offenses. [14]:78 Considine continued as king of the Seattle gambling scene afterward. [48], Actor John Considine to speak at Port Townsend Film Festival, Summary for 164 S Washington ST S / Parcel ID 5247800575, Seattle's Orpheum Theatre opens at 3rd Avenue and Madison Street on May 15, 1911, New Orpheum Theatre opens in Seattle on August 28, 1927, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Considine_(impresario)&oldid=965274748, Articles with dead external links from April 2017, Articles with permanently dead external links, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 30 June 2020, at 11:43. "[7][8], Considine brought variety entertainment in Seattle to a new level by importing Farida Mazar Spyropoulos, famous as "Little Egypt" from the World's Columbian Exposition (the Chicago World's Fair of 1893). John is related to Wilma A Considine and James K Considine as well as 1 additional person. If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. The Seattle Daily Times was less full of praise, announcing in a very small article that he had a reputation in Arizona as a "bad man". John J. Considine Obituary. Army Air Corps, earned the Silver Star, of Calumet Park formerly of the South Side of Chicago. Find John Considine's phone number, address, and email on Spokeo, the leading online directory for contact information. He was born on April 27, 1935 in Chicago, IL to John and Hanorah (nee McInerney) Considine. 19097382, citing Saint Joseph Cemetery, River Grove, Cook County, Illinois, USA ; Maintained by Mary (contributor 46905639) . On March 23, 1900, the state of Washington filed charges against several gamblers, including Earp and his partner. He's the older brother of actor, writer and photographer Tim Considine and the paternal nephew of the late political reporter and newspaper columnist Bob Considine. “Their friend had another friend who was a residential architect, named John M. Considine. Guy's drugstore a block to the east, where John meant to pick up something for his throat. Select this result to view John T Considine… John M. Considine, age 92, of Oak Brook, beloved husband of the late Lorraine, nee Leyden; cherished fiancé of Shirley Burnside; loving father of Colleen (Glenn) Canale and Claire Considine and grandfather of Sara Nicholson. [1][2], Born in Chicago, Considine grew up attending Roman Catholic parochial schools, and eventually briefly attended St. Mary's College, Kansas. [41][42], The 172 S. Washington Street basement that housed Considine's original People's Theater survives, although the building has lost its upper stories. At the corner of Second Avenue South, the remaining aboveground floor houses a pawnshop, Barney's Loans[43] and a longstanding gay/drag bar, the Double Header. The Orpheum vaudeville shows moved to the larger Moore Theatre, although the Orpheum continued to operate for many years, variously showing live shows and movies;[47] it was renamed as the President Theatre. John has 5 jobs listed on their profile. The third result is John E Considine age 40s in Tinley Park, IL in the Sundale Ridge neighborhood. ~ … [11] He established himself as a power in Seattle, "The Statesman", "The Boss Sport", ward heeler of the wide-open Fourth Ward. Meredith and Considine had slowly become enemies, and when Meredith became police chief he started an anti-vice campaign, which was really more of an anti-Considine campaign: he started to enforce laws against Considine's business, while leaving Considine's rivals alone. 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