Wm. H. Macart and Company

Four people and a dummy baby. Mr. Macart as the village iceman has funny makeup. Dressing like an infant won a storm of laughter.

Laura Bennett and Company

Plainly written around Miss Bennett’s ability as a blackface comedian. Arthur E. Sprague, a grasping landlord queers the sketch.

Walters and Prouty

A burlesque Spanish dance by the Hebrew comedian was very funny and won some laughs.

Neil Burgess

Burgess is the same as ever, “his humor being confined in large measure to his old fashioned pantalettes.”

Barrows and Lancaster

ingenue has a bad habit of talking at the audience instead of to character on stage she is supposed to be addressing