All’s Fair in Love

Smith, Evans and Williams play in a piece with an anti-climax and a clean, clear cut, human Hebrew, not a caricature in addition to young lovers.
The young man knows how to plug comedy roles with effect even if he was extremely hoarse when seen.
If a comedy sketch is sought, someone should get at the "script" and make it a comedy. The comedy and pathos are bunched into two halves, not distributed for light and shade. The sketch should be re-written, to bring events in proper sequence.
Variety 17:5 (01/08/1910)