Gus Elen

In one of the nicest impromptu speeches probably ever uttered from the stage in an emergency of this sort, Mr. Elen again retired, reappearing almost immediately in another costume, concluding his act, without embarrassment.

Claire Romaine

Three changes of boy’s dress are made, the Englishwoman looking well in each, and in England they are likely quickly recognized. The Eton youth is easily caught over here

Mary Anne Brown

She makes four changes, including three exceedingly pretty frocks and a comedy character costume.

Lydia Yeamans Titus

A poor dressing arrangement injured her appearance. With F. J. Titus at the piano in excellently made and fitted evening clothes, Miss Titus would do much better with a pretty evening gown of black with a train.