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The musical play A Country Girl, or Town and Country, with music by Lionel Monckton and additional songs by Paul Rubens, is performed at Daly's Theatre, London, England, UK, Europe, during a run of 729 performances.
A Chinese Honeymoon, billed as 'The English Musical Sensation' is playing at The Casino Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 364 performances.
The "musical absurdity" Twirly-Whirly is presented at Weber And Fields' Music Hall, New York City, USA, during a run of 247 performances.
Musical comedy The Girl From Kay's is playing at The Apollo Theatre, London, England, UK, Europe, during a lengthy run.
The musical comedy The Billionaire, with music by Gustav Kerker and lyrics by Harry B. Smith, is presented during a three month run at Daly's Theatre, New York City, USA.
The musical comedy The Sultan Of Sulu is presented at Wallack's Theatre, New York City, USA, during a run of 192 performances.
A production of the "musical extravaganza" The Wizard Of Oz by L. Frank Baum with music by Paul Tietjens and A.B. Sloane, plays at The Majestic Theatre, New York City, USA, during a run of 293 performances.
The Grady Stock Company is playing during a week at The Opera House, New Castle, Pennsylvania, USA. The show includes songs, dances and a concert orchestra.
The "fashionable vaudeville" show at The Grand, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, features Yorke And Adams (The Hebrew Senators), Foy And Clark, Clarice Vance, Terry And Elmer, Maxwell And Dudley, Musical Dalb, J.C. Nugent And Co and the Three Rios.
The Orpheum Show at The Orpheum Theatre, Omaha, Nebraska, USA, features McIntyre And Heath, Nat Wills, Nick Long And Idaline Cotton, Mignonette Kokin, Rawson And June, The Melani Trio and Julius M. Tannan.
The Bijou Stock Burlesque Company is playing at The Empire, Washington DC, USA.
The Rose Hill English Folly Company is appearing at Kernan's Monumental Theatre, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, in a show which offers "comedians with modern methods, young girls with young voices, Vaudeville's best offerings". The show also includes a "refreshing burlesque closing number - The Slippery Life Insurance Co."
Toy store owner and inventor Morris Michtom places two stuffed bears in his shop window at 404 Tompkins Avenue, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York City, USA, advertising the toys as Teddy Bears, a name derived from the nickname of US President Theodore Roosevelt. Michtom's bears will inspire songs including The Teddy Bears' Picnic (1907) and (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear by Elvis Presley.
The Little Host is playing in The Columbia Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The show stars Pauline Chase, and features popular songs including Good Night Lucindy, Twas While Waltzing, Moonlight Song and The Welcome In Your Eyes.
An item about the Newsboys Spasm Band in The Sunday Vindicator describes the group with the words, "The most bizarre musical fraternity on record is the Spasm Band of New Orleans. It is composed of six urchins who divide their time equally between mischief and selling papers in the day time, but as soon as night falls they blossom forth as full-fledged members and active players of the Spasm Band." The group, consisting of young part-time musicians plays instruments they have built themselves. They are considered by some commentators to have been "the first jazz band".
Larry Wellington, who will find success as the accordionist with Louise Massey And The Westerners, is born in Oxnard, California, USA.
Sheet music for the song, Say Once Again That You Love Me, composed by Jean Revo, appears as a supplement in the New York Herald, New York City, USA.
Musical comedy The Girl From Kay's is playing at The Herald Square Theatre, New York City, USA, during a run of 205 performances.