In a white lace gown embroidered in silver Miss Ritchie was a pretty picture.
She san three songs, the first "I'm Looking for a Sweetheart," which she gave before her vaudeville trip; the second was "The Girl with the Roosevelt Bear," foollowed by and Irish number. For an encore a humorous recitation, "The Monk and the Maid," was offered.
Miss Ritchie was in good voice, and barring the dullness of the orchestra leader obliging the singer to act as stage manager for a moment in her opening selection, her act passed off to the very evident pleasure of the audience.
Variety 1:2 (12/01/1907)