The setting of a telephone station is attractive.
There is a brunette among the nine girls who not alone throws out the line by her lethargy, but spoils the numbers through her indifference. There are three men principals, without the apparent need for so many, and two good singing numbers. "Sweet Marie Snow," and a selection having a refrain of German words.
Max H. Meyer's "Telephone Girls" played in town for the first time also, and held the stage 25 minutes, somewhat too long. The act requires more rehearsing
Variety 6:4 (06/21/1907)