LEROY BOUGHTON AND ASSISTANT
EXGLUSIVE MANAGEMENT: MUTUAL LYCEUM BUREAU, 55 AUDITORIUM BLDG., CHICAGO.
Chicago Chronicle, Sept. 1906.
In Wonderland, LeRoy Boughton, who has been piling up reputation as a high-art wizard, has billed some new and spectacular feats of legerdemain.
St. Paul Daily.
LeRoy Boughton the magician, at the Novelty Theatre this week, performs a trunk trick that is very cleverly executed.
MAGIC AND MUSIC have been the amusement of the masses ever since humanity was young. The necromancers of Egypt were the companions of kings, and the magicians of India were powerful facttors in the religion of a great people. The American Magician has borrowed much from the past, modernizing and improving, until modern magic has become a distinct art. LeRoy Boughton offers one of the cleverest programs of magic available for the Lyceum. His splendid success at one of Chicago's great amusement places last season at once directed public attention toward his work. He is assisted in his program by Mr. Guy Cross, the flutist and entertainer, and together they present an entertainment of rare enjoyment.
Illinois Woodman June, 1906.
Special mention needs to be made of the marvelous work of Boughton, the Master of Magic, for his feats of sleight of hand are nothing short of marvelous and mystifying.
Mrs. DeKoven says:
I wish to express my appreciation of the very clever and interesting entertainment which Mr. Boughton gave.
St. Paul Dispatch Nov., 1906
One feature of Boughton's work is worthy of mention—he is close to his audience and performs many of his most difficult tricks of manipulation under the very noses of the spectators.
Englewood, Ill., New
LeRoy Boughton, the clever magician, is the star of the attraction.
Goodland, Ind., Herald.
—The large audience was entertained by Boughton, the Magician, whose sleight of hand and clever ways captivated them. Mr. Boughton is one of the cleverest in his profession.
St. Paul Daily News.
—Boughton, the Chicago White City Magician, has a funny mystery in the amusement arcade, as well as clever legerdemain tricks.
Chicago American Sept. 19, 1906
A Night in Wonderland, conducted by the clever Boughton, is one of the newest features. Several entirely new mysteries are produced, while the entire entertainment is of a character calculated to please.
MR. GUY CROSS ENTERTAINER AND FLUTIST
Chicago Tribune Sept., 1906
LeRoy Boughton, with his act entitled The Flight of Princess Carnack, has succeeded in mystifying his audiences, and will remain the principal attraction.
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