Mr. Willard is a German war correspondent, who wanders in the camp of a U. S. cavalry regiment, and is impressed as a private. There is a captain and orderly also, while a "prop" horse ridden by the German gives most of the comedy towards the close.
Some good fun comes out during the piece, although the Captain (Mr. Bond) has a disagreeable custom of alluding to his "army" as "you fool," and then' is some inane efforts to secure laughs from the customary tactics which follow a drill. The act should develop into a real laughmaker. The setting is very well made.
Variety 7:2 (07/13/1907)