And so Sacramento was looking forward to:
"The season's vaudeville treats, each a remarkable offering, are in store for Empress patrons this week.
Lew Fields great tabloid musical Fun in a Barber Shop, the veteran's latest creation, by the way
has been booked as the headline for tho first time this afternoon.
“Duffy’s Rise,” presented by J.T. Leonard and Clara Whitney, is a miniature comedy, bristling
with unforced humor and human interest. The two artists who take part never overstep the mark
and leave the audience wishing for more amusement of the same caliber."
As a special added attraction Prince Floro of the Jungle is said to be a veritable paradox in that he
is a phenomenon - possessing the instincts of a being yet the physical characteristics of a beast."