The little juggling done it immaterial, although one bit with a waste basket is new, and "newness," strange at it may seem, is the keynote of Lloyd's comedy. Entering in an oddly made automobile, preceded by Lillian Lilyan in a smaller machine, there is comedy, satire, burlesque or travesty in everything which follows, from hit rhinestone coat, which fades the recollection of Florence Bindley's dress, to the lightning change at the finale.
Lloyd is closing the show at Pastor's with a solid hit to his credit, even with an audience fail- ing to grasp many points.
As a "comedy juggler" Lloyd outclasses through the nature, multiplicity and speed of his offering. As a comedy act of large value he will be a most desirable number on any bill. There is rough and genuine humor in his work.
Variety 8:3 (08/17/1907)