Composer: Julian Edwards
Lyricist: Robert B. Smith

Opened: September 27, 1909, Casino Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 96

Oh, How That German Could Love (M: Ted Snyder; L: Irving Berlin) (added for the subsequent tour):

1. 78/Columbia A-804 (Irving Berlin) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 2: 1908-1913, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9053-5]
2. Chip Deffaa’s An Irving Berlin Travelogue, CD/Garrett Mountain CDP AD 0604 (Matthew Nardozzi with musical direction by Richard Danley)

Suzette And Her Pet (M: Jerome Kern; L: Percival Knight) (not in program):

1. Jerome Kern: Lost Treasures, CD/Centaur CRC2371 (Anne Sciolla with Brian Kovach, piano)

Unrecorded Material:

The Black Butterfly
(By) The Blue Lagoon (M: Jerome Kern; L: Percival Knight)
Finale (Act II)
Frantzi  Frankenstein (M: Jerome Kern; L: Percival Knight)
How Can You Toot (A Toot-Toot)? (M: George Dougherty; Seymour Furth; L: Will Heelan; Ned Wayburn)
I Wonder If  You’re Lonely (M: George Byrd Dougherty; L: Ned Wayburn)
La Belle Parisienne (M: Louis A. Hirsh; L: Edward Madden)
The Land Of Love
Love Me Dear (M/L: Edward Madden) (sheet music only)
Military Mary Ann (M: Louis A. Hirsch; L: Edward Madden)
Opening Chorus (Act 2)
Opera Comique  (M/L: Melville Gideon) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
Reveille (Opening Chorus)
Song Of The Heart
The Way To A Girlie’s Heart (sheet music only)
The Wedding Fete
What Wealth Is Here
When I Sang Toreador (M/L: Melville Gideon)