For a finish Miss Vivian sings “My Old Kentucky Home” and “I'll Do Anything in the World for You,” Mr. Vivian playing the chorus of each with a repeating rifle on musical bells without changing guns.
There is some straight and fancy shooting shown that is well done, even technically, and the revolver practice is a novelty hereabouts, although the report of the long barrelled guns give out a cannon-like sound. The free hand shooting exhibited is particularly attractive, but the man following the woman after the opening in practically (as far as the audience is concerned) the same routine drags this portion of the act.
It is an act that gains appreciation, and is capable of being made more spectacular. Three curtain calls were given it on Wednesday evening.
Variety 4:4 (04/27/1907)