The Cincinnati Enquirer (Ohio): 1 Mar 1909; "Dezelle Sisters"
atjditoritjm: theater. This popular vaudeville theater played to crowded houses, as usual, at all perform ances yesterday, and have an excellent bill for the week, headed by Hickman V 1 1 1 1 s and Company. In a refined, laughable sketch entitled "What Happened at the Flat." This was followed by one of the best novelty novelty acts In vaudeville, the three I1senrings in a turn entitled "Fun at the Circus." car rying their own special scenery, showing a full circus In operation. They were com pelled to answer a number of curtain-calls. curtain-calls. curtain-calls. The unique Dezelle Sisters capped the cli max In their quick change act and singing. Gray and Van Lieu made a decided hit with I "Life's Dream Is O'er." a very beautiful j de-dramatlc duet. Two. beautiful Illustrated . ballads were rendered by Miss Gole. Three new motion pictures were shown, ana one entitled "Medicine c'or Bashfulness" kept L.e house In a continual uproar.