Dogs and Monkeys are employed, and both display intelligence seeming almost human.
The monkeys are on stage without leading strings and the entire act is given without a person in view.
A bit toward the closing where one of the dog simulates a “Drunk,” not for an instant but for a continued period, is unquestionably the essence of training.
storm of applause.
If the trainer can have the "drunk" return to the saloon once after leaving it he will cause the act to be much funnier, although it is not required. There is no better closing act than Barnold's Animals.
Variety 2:2 (02/09/1907)