Eddie Leonard, the popular black-faced comedian, heads the bill at Keith's this week. He sings his darky songs and performs his clog dances in the same old delightful manner that charmed vaudeville audiences years ago. He is supported by another marvellous clog dancer.
The three Belmonts present a dazzling juggling act, a fine exhibition of skill and teamwork. Florence Roberts and Fred Vogeding appear in a clever one-act play entitled "Blindfold," followed by an amusing dialogue and dance by Rena Arnold and Harry Lambert. Lou Miller and Alice Bradford stage a pleasing musical comedy novelty entitled "Typical, Topical, Tales," in which songs of every variety are cleverly complied and sung. Carson and Willard in "Something Different" have certainly chosen a good idea for they prove themselves right when they say it is something different that the public likes. One of the cleverest acts of the evening is that by Barns and Frabito in "Shoo's" in which plenty of snap and variety is used in their conversation and action, and is supplemented by remarkable and equally skillful mandolin playing. The Norris Twins and Harold West put on a beautiful series of dances which are set off by fine costumes and pleasing scenery.