Miss Carlton has a good speaking voice and a pleasing appearance, but should refrain from singing and dancing. Mr. Webster as a "rube" does some familiar clowning that is fairly funny at times. A good line of up-to-date talk would help.
They were naturally nervous, and at a disadvantage in the opening position. There is very little to the sketch. It could be easily made over into a talking act in "one," which would perhaps be advisable.
Variety 8:2 (08/10/1907)