Miss Arville work in one with special plush-drop, back of which is a picture sheet.
Miss Arville makes four changes of costume for as many songs and her gowns are the talk of the feminine portion.
Mr. Wallace plays a champagne agent. Mrs. Wallace makes a poor stage decoration.
The best hit of the act is Fred Bowman’s character study of the front row enthusiast who is grey haired and old and pays to get smiles from the beauties on stage. Miss Deaves acting is forced.
Tredenick’s makeup reminds one of Rose Snow as the Fairy Queen in “The Gingerbread Man”.
Takes place in the office of the Arizona Blade where Miss Keene is the editor, came to start a newspaper because he parents were trying to get her to marry a preacher.