Miss James changes costumes for each. The first is received indifferently.
The third number has a catchy chorus which would be picked up by a “gallery,” and probably propelled to success. The last, “Dear John,” (not “Poor John”) has a rather broad lyric for refrain.
Four songs were sung on Wednesday evening: “Melinda,” “Horse and Cart,” “We'll All Go Home to Bed” and “Dear Jon.”
Judgement will be passed upon her by an audience when she sings indoors.
Miss James is a pleasant appearing person, but her future on this side will be unknown until she is properly located.
Variety 6:2 (06/08/1907)