George Austin Moore and Cordelia Haager

Miss Cordelia Haager, at times, resembles Carrie De Mar.
The opening brings Miss Haagar on stage from the audience. Moore tells stories, among them "coon" ones. He uses Nat Wills' "head waiter" story for a round of laughs.
Moore has a very pleasant address. The few faults that he had as a "single" have been eradicated. With their songs and stories, the duo make a pleasant turn. Moore should inform Miss Haager that the "kitten" song is not proper. While she may sing it cutely, it carries the risque thing a trifle too far, especially upon what is almost a notorious subject for jocular comment.
Variety 24:11 (11/18/1911)