Richard (Dick) Golden

Jed’ is Golden’s standard character. Katherine Kittleman played the wife of Whiteman Mott and it did not work as “her husband being very young, and it militated against their scened together, hurting the effect.”

The Three De Koes

They use head pads for balancing. “It is customary nowadays to wear these head pads for this style of acrobatics, but the same work, if not better, was done over forty years ago without their assistance”

Will Clarke and Company

“there is action to out action vaudeville” but “legitimate comedy” not slapstick. Skit about a man who suspects his friend is impersonating his stepmother to play a trick on him. He “commits assault and battery upon the real step mother under the impression that she is a masquerader”

Fiske and McDonough

Fiske plays a “tough”; Miss McDonough is “horribly affected as the society matron”; she is “entirely off-key”

Fred Hallen and Molly Fuller

set at the beach in Atlantic City. Miss Fuller (playing Rose Tracey) checks into a hotel. She wants to have a swim but is worried about a young man who has “made eyes” at her. She decides to go to the beach with a dummy placed in a chair and wheeled to the beach who she says is her father. Hallen (playing an author, Reddy Merrick) follows her to the beach and starts talking to the dummy. Fuller appears in a bathing suit (“Molly Fuller in tights! It is a sight, and a pleasant one”. Hallen sends the dummy back to the hotel and takes its place. Fuller confesses her love of the author Merrick. As the curtain falls, they are “entwined after a thirty minute acquaintance”

Adamini and Taylor

Miss Taylor “is unable to show to advantage under the soft colored light”