A poor dressing arrangement injured her appearance. With F. J. Titus at the piano in excellently made and fitted evening clothes, Miss Titus would do much better with a pretty evening gown of black with a train.
The Fourteenth street audience liked the offering immensely.
Miss Titus returns to us with her familiar “kid” imitations and made an altogether agreeable item on the Pastor bill. She has lost some of her old skill in mimicry, but in her songs her voice retains its freshness and flexibility.
Variety 6:1 (06/01/1907)