Mr. Steger's excellent voice and John Romano's harp specialty are deftly made use of in the advancement of the plot.
The climax is cleverly managed and the interest is adequately sustained up to the drop of the curtain.
Mr. Steger's offering is an admirable vaudeville item. He himself displays dramatic powers for which few had given him credit, and is surrounded with a support, which, if t does not equal the company which originally appeared in the sketch, at least comes up to the requirements of the occasion and makes a well rounded organization of individual excellence
Variety 4:3 (04/20/1907)