Burt and Stanford

"The Order of the Bath."
It had everything in its favor at the Colonial, but the audience refused to become enthused, and justly so.
... Burt and Stanford in a sketch, called "The Order of The Bath," with its setting the interior of a bathroom wherein the two principals are involuntary prisoners. Monotonous dialog leads up to a marriage proposal and the finale. Eileen Goodwin gave a rather poor impersonation of a French maid, but Miss Goodwin was in no way responsible for the cold reception tendered the skit. The book proper is all wrong and carries no promise whatsoever.
Variety, 40:2 (09/10/1915)