Those Four Girls

The dancing is fairly graceful, although neither fast nor novel, and the dressing pretty but inexpensive. The girl who fills in for the first change has a legitimate complaint against her modiste. The skirt of the second frock comes to the shoe tops in front and has a train behind. She would never think of wearing it on the street.
The singing is light for Henderson's, but under better conditions would probably pass.
The girls attempt very little that could be described as ambitious, but what they do in the ordinary routine of "girl acts" they handle neatly.
Variety 7:3 (07/20/1907)