Four Musketeers

At the opening, three are dressed in chevalier costume, the fourth being an innkeeper.
Several numbers are given agreeably among them being a good drinking song. The idea is not a bad one, with the dressing away from the familiar sort, but a thread of talk, however slight, seems called for to rapport it. They close in "one" in modern street clothes, the second tenor making up as a "Rube." The imitations and straight numbers went nicely, but the comedian's talk—or such of it as could be heard—was not amusing.
The four make up a very good singing organization with nicely blended voices and first rate harmony effects
Variety 6:3 (06/15/1907)