The songs are the keynot, introduced legitimately. Miss Jackson at the first appearace sang into the piano. At night, however, she sang with the orchestra and the increase in applause testified to the wisdom of the change.
The scene is laid in the bachelor apartment of Wall street broker, who is planning to "freeze out" his partner in a mining deal. She then recalls the old days, sings him the old songs and in a very prettily constructed climax wins.
Miss Jackson's work showed excellent emotional power, and Mr. Levin gave her the adequate support.
Variety 2:1 (02/02/1907)