Jessie Couthoui

Miss Couthoui has a new act this trip in which she introduces something more on the order of a soliquy [sic] than a monologue. She introduces her imitations as usual, in which she was always artistic, and closes with a bit of pathos which, while not especially convincing, nevertheless seemed to strike the audience this afternoon as very good. It is not a big act by any means, but I do not think that she is quite so coarse as she has been in some of her former efforts. 19 minutes, full stage.
University of Iowa, Keith-Albee Vaudeville Collection, Manager Reports, 2 September 1902-3 September 1903