The make-up is fashioned somewhat after the style affected by Richard Carle, with top hat, without any bell, and long Prince Albert coats. The drop represents the rear entrance of a theatre on the right, and a piano shop on the left. They close with their “Ganzy Twins” dance and burlesque posing.
“She appeared twice on the bill, first in a series of cabinet feats such as spiritualists are wont to perform in darkened rooms, but this time on a brilliantly lighted stage, after a committee from the audience had securely bound and bandaged her to a chair attached to a pole in the center of the cabinet.”
The Great Howard is a comedy ventriloquist. He wears a new kilt and has changed the facial expressions of his dummies.