Harry Kahne, “The Master Mind,” followed. Kahne works in “two” in front of a pretty special cloth drop, with the assistance of three blackboards. He asks the audience to suggest names, etc., which he writes backward, upside down, and several other ways, with touches of comedy intermixed, all of this done with a high polish of showmanship. For his closing trick he writes the headlines of a newspaper, starting with the last letter, finishing with the first: divides an eight figure number if four parts so that it will add up: the audience calling out name of any State in United States, he giving population of the capital and what it is noted for, doing all five stunts simultaneously. Kahne is a master showman and has an act of true merit.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 12 November 1920