Celebrity Clipping from Boston Sunday Post, Sun, Dec 26, 1897.

Clipped from US, Massachusetts, Boston, Boston Sunday Post, December 26, 1897

notes of the favorite oouiueni The following programme was given;“Honey Does You Dove Y'o' Man. Miss Russell; “Her Choice,” James Botts; “Hush My Bittle Coon,” Hattie May; “Enjoy Yourself.” Jas. Grundy; “I Don’t Love Nobody,” Mrs. James Grundy; “Good Old Georgia,” Samuel W ade, Who Said I Hollered at the Last Cake Walk. Mabel Fisher; “Jasper Lee,” V\ . A. cook. “Hot Time in the Old Town ronlght, the Misses Vtgal; Belle of Avenue A, Miss Russell; “Black 100,” Mrs. Church; “Dearest in the World.” the \\ olfe sis-• ItorsSamuel Wade in “Good Old Georgia,” James Grundy in “Enjoy Yourself, the dancing by Mr. and Mrs. Grundy and the Exodus Quartet were the best featuresof the programme.The boards were then cleared for thecake walk. Couples representing Philadelphia, New York, Providence, Louisville Nashville, Boston, Baltimore, W ash-ington and Lowell for nearly an hour de-lighted the audience as they “put on the style necessary to win the approbation and the cake. After the first walk around the audience, was divided between Boston, Louisville, Washington and Lowell, but the Spindle City won the day. Alexander Douglass and Miss Ida \ igal weiepresented with the trophy.On New Year’* eve another of theseentertaining cake walks will be given, with an entire change of programme, and many new features.