An ankle dress worn by Miss Scott causes her to look an ingenue, and obliges Wright to wear full length trousers.
She plays in the piece, and is valuable to the house from the high favor gained by her in stock work uptown. But there isn't much use in having a "kid" act, without the "kids."
The piece is simplicity itself. Miss Scott as an author is a rapid one. Nowhere except in vaudeville could she have the principals in the playlet become engaged for life in less than twenty minutes. A season's engagement in vaudeville is seldom arranged for as quickly.
Variety 7:4 (07/27/1907)