Rose and Lee Belle

The nearest approach to the biggest score – and even that might have been improved on – was in the appearance of Rose and Lee Belle, a sister act, who disported four songs with highly agreeable harmony, opening the second half after intermission. The blonde, despite an overdose of make-up, showed personality and was able to put over a song with the added suggestion of a shimmy – but not overdone – which really woke up the audience into bigger applause than had been accorded any other turn. The one at the piano is as much of a factor in the turn’s success as her teammate, using a soft voice and is able to keep the orchestra in time with some fair piano playing.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 17 December 1920