Mr. North should not overlook his voice; it is the best part of his act and far superior do the dialect, which miht stand training.
The talk is fiven solid; then follows a long parodied medley of operatic air
Another commendable point about this comedian is that he is trying to be different, and he is different in material, but withal aking a fatal mistake. Parodies on popular selections could be substituted and proably gain more in applause.
Variety 1:1 (05/01/1907)