The act was eleven minutes long. Raymond and Caverly perform a german act. The setting is a row of shop windows with humorous signs. Al Raymond plays a policeman and Caverly plays a butcher. They talk and do an operatic bit for the finish.
The audience enjoyed the way in which the pair "make mince meat of the English language."
The act is entertaining. The men should go on sooner, however, instead of giving the audience an extended amount of time to read the humorous signs.
Variety 26:3 (23/03/1912)