Spanish Serenaders

Singing and music.
Five clever people who do a musical turn worthy of a position on any vaudeville program. As bell-ringers they are second to none and in addition they play other instruments and dance exceptionally well. Three girls, Melvina, Angelita and Lolita, display a great deal of "pep" in their two whirlwind dance numbers and are repeatedly encored. The only drawback to the act is the bear dance, wherein a man parades in a bear skin, but even that seems to get over with the audience. The act is well costumed and presents a most attractive appearance.
Variety, 41:5 (12/31/1915)