There is some talk about a "betting ticket," an institution that has been unknown in these parts these many years. It is evident that Mr. Graham has not speculated on the Eastern race tracks to any great extent. As the "drunk" Mr. Graham has a few funny moments, but the bright spots are swamped in the pervading gloom of utter drivel. Rose Colborne, in an ingenue role, is impossible and John Steppling, as a choleric old gentleman, not much better,
A like disregard for stage convention and accuracy characterizes the whole offering. It is hard to imagine where modern vaudeville can find place for the offering.
Variety 3:3 (03/16/1907)