The introduction of several charming singing numbers by Miss Turner helped immensely to this good end. She has a delightful voice aided by a pretty stage presence and agreeable manners.
The young wife who must needs see her husband in a jealous rage before she believes him in love with her, the delivery of counterfeit love letters into his hands to accomplish this end, the process of going home to “mother” and the inevitable reconciliation are all present, but the couple managed to stamp their offering with a touch of individuality in spite of these handicaps, thanks to their own efforts.
He is a young in years and apparently in grease paint experience, but looks well and carries his role adequately.
Variety 4:2 (04/13/1907)