"Starting with the matinee Monday, an extra attraction will be added to the Lyric shows, thereby giving a greater value and better class of attractions to the patrons: usual price of admission, 10 cents, will be charged at the daily matinees, and at night for both shows the first 10 rows will be reserved at 20 cents, and a general admission of 10 cents for all other seats. Tickets for first performance will not entitle holder to retain seat for the second show. All shows will start with an act in place of picture as has been the custom heretofore. The acts for next week are the Moneta Five, the most refined musical and singing act ever heard in this city; Stanley and Chambers, comedy trampoline artists; Van Avery "Rastus," that inimitable black face comedian, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis in a comedy sketch. Mr. Fred Augur will replace Miss Nina Amorita in illustrated songs. The very latest of pictures will complete one of the best shows of the season. Next Friday night William Schaefer will try to outclass John Waters in a dancing contest."

- Fort Wayne Sentinel, March 26, 1910, page 7