All three are fairly expert musicians on the brasses, but neither in the frame-up or dressing of the act do they offer anything to attract special attention. The dressing is a bit shabby and cheap, and the equipment not over bright or well cared for. The woman fills in an interval for a costume change with a poor vocal selection. She has neither the voice nor attractive stage presence to hold down the stage alone for even so short a period, and the time might much better be employed by an instrumental number. A medley of bugle calls was well done at the finish, and the military character of the offering won it some degree of attention.
In its present form, however, the act will hardly advance rapidly.
Variety 7:3 (07/20/1907)