James and Edna McElhern 16 Jul 1906, Cincinnati Enquirer

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James and Edna McElhern 16 Jul 1906, Cincinnati Enquirer - HAELOW IN "1492." The general attendance at...
HAELOW IN "1492." The general attendance at Chester Sunday Sunday was very large. People thronged to the park all afternon snd until late in the evening. The bathing beach waa packed all day with hundreds of bat tiers and thou sands of others stood around and enjoyed the sports In the water The vaudeville has five specialties, and there is not one that does not deserve to be classed among the top liners of the whole circuit. The show opens with the singers and comedians, Hyde and Heath, and they deliver their promised "Load ot Hay." Oua Leonard, in his burlesque magic snd music. Is a whirlwind of fun during his whole time on the stage ltadle Fur- Fur- man, the little wooden-shoe wooden-shoe wooden-shoe dancer and alnger, la on the order of the i eiebrnte.l Fanny Fields. The great LePage docs some sensational iuniutng ar.d pole vaulting, of all the animal shows that have been In vaudeville. Prof. C- C- Krlesel claims the best E. E Rice s production, "'1412,". which Richard Harlow made famous, opened week's run at tha Chester Park Oiera House last night. Tha audience waa one of the largest of the opera season. Hat low, aa Isabella, of Castile, his original charac ter. Is as good as lie ever was, which Is saying volumes. James McElhern. as the royal treasurer; Charles Fulton, as Christopher Columbus: Bam Mylle. as lion Juan, and Reuben Fax the hayseed; Tom lnce, as the King of Spain; Francis J. Boyle, as Felix; Blanche Rae Edwardes. ns Infanta Joanna uJ.iara Palmer, aa Infanta Catallna; Sylvester fur nish, os Bridget de Murphy; Edna Kerning. as Bob, the newsboy, and the favorites o he chorus In the miner roles, all were ex ceedincly clever. During Acts '2 mui .1 th, favorltea of the Cheater Company enter ain with specialties. Miss Renting. Miss Palmer. Miss Edwardes and Mr. Buyle. In their songs, each received several encores and Sam Mylle. In his burlesque on Uncle Tom's Cabin, made a. pronounced hit. The song of Charles rultna. In the second act, also called for two repetitions.

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer16 Jul 1906, MonPage 7

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)16 Jul 1906, MonPage 7
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