…,and Mr. Goldsmith, in a Hebrew character, showed a make-up evidencing careful study. It is a creditable characterization without any broad or grotesque effect attempt.
Goldsmith and Hoppe are musicians of no little skill. The instruments played are varied and the tone tempered to the size of the auditorium, which displayed ecellent judgement at the outset.
There is some talk exchanged, and both the music and comedy pleased. The finish on the xylophones, claimed to be the largest made, brought a strong encore.
Variety 2:4 (02/23/1907)