Hammond and Forrester

They sing, dance and talk with Miss Forrester in two changes of costume, both fetching, particularly the first where her figure is set off to decided advantage. A fault here seems to be that the young woman is aware of the fact.
Both sing pleasantly, Mr. Hammond's voice being the better. Some of the conversation passes through while the rest is familiar. “Every Little Bit Added to What You Have Got Makes a Little Bit More” brings encores, and an active Indian song and dance for the finish left a very good impression.
On appearance and wok the team should secure time. The act could open in “one” if necessary.
Variety 5:3 (05/18/1907)