W.L. Abingdon & Co.

In a semi-dramatic sketch called “Honor is Satisfied.” Personally, I like the act very much and I think that the audience did as it got plenty of applause, but I am quite sure that there were a number of ladies in the audience who were frightened at the anticipation of the expected suicide, several children commenced to holler, and I question the desirability of acts of this kind in vaudeville. It got lots of applause at the finish, but I don’t think that the sketch will draw any money; in fact it may have a tendency to keep some people away. 15 min. F.S.
University of Iowa, Keith Albee Vaudeville Collection, Manager Reports, 9 September 1912 – 24 February 1913.