They sit at pianos opposite each other wearing evening clothes.
The third member is Mr.Gemp, who plays the husband, a small role which he tries to make too much of.
Surrounded by six girls and two men, its is almost a girl act. The girls are well made up for the country bumpkin parts. James H. Harrington does music and pantomime while the women change. The act is prettily costumed with fair looking girls.
Russian troupe, eight in number. Danced with abandon and grace and wore Russian costumes
A young man and a widow elope. A chambermaid finds out and demands a $2 bribe. Only $1.98 can be raised and the two cents must be stolen from a monkey attached to a hand grinder. Miss Countiss played the widow with elaborate modesty and the young man was required to wear a bathrobe only and made no impression.
Work on both the tightwire at the trapeze but have very little wire walking which affects the value of the act. Act is not well put together, should only have the aerial end.
Changes from “Chinaman” to “Irishman” by wrapping the pigtail around his head back of the ears. The act was enhanced by clever dancing.