Thomas Lynn part of minstrel show 1914
I I MINSTREL SHOW IS BIG SUCCESS St. Aloysius Society Troupe South Side Gives Creditable Creditable Performance. AUDIENCE IS DELIGHTED The second annual minstrel per formance of the St. Aloysuis T. A B. society troupe last night In the parish hall was a success any way you want to look at it. The company sang splendidly, the soloists pleased tne end men were good, and the per - rormers were greeted by a large and enthusiastic crowd, the hall - being packed to the doors. The chief hit of the evening was an original sunragrette satire entitled "Poor Old Bill," written and staged oy josepn a. Battle, author of 'Moonlight on the Old Plantation' and "A Night At the Fight Club.' u was tne tnira number In part two. ine aousea wife who looks to the suirragrettes lor better things, the mother - in - law who is leader of the iisnt ior equal rights and "Poor Old Bill," former minstrel man '.who married married to settle down and not to work are the leaders In the sketch, but they I'll oMu . .... I ... - I , . . asBisieci oy otners in the company. One of the featuro i suffragrette parade followed by a ouuragene meeting. Xumbcr of Good Solos. ne program carried out In the mm part ioiiows: ,.0fnins chorus, entire company; Ba ling Down Chesapeake Bay," John Walsh; "In the Heart of a Rose," James Boyle; "International Rag," Michael Michael Pfaff ; "Loving," Raymond Grady: They've Got Me Doing It. Now," Edward Edward Boyle; quartet, (a) "Flow Along ir ''Bsee, (Dj "Hold Your Hand Out, You Naughty Boy," Joseph Coyne. William Smith, Ray Grady and Gerald Jennings; "That Naughty Mcl - ly,"T,?ny Near" "I Love Her, Oh, On, Oh, Emmett McGuire; "Ireland, I Love You," Thomas Lynn; - "Honey Boy, Anthony J. McDonald; "Sunshine and Roses," Gerald Jennings; "Carissi - ma, James Murphy; "Let Me Down it ?f oe Ba"le: "I Love the Whole united States," Thomas Lynn. End men: Tonv MeDnnaM vJ... ..vxuiib, joe wattle, John Walsh, Edward Edward Boyle. James Manley, Charles Boland, Michael Pfaff.