The program mentions that is it staged by Al Holbrook but this act did not need to be staged. There was a backdrop, probably belonginig to the theatre which showed a garden and a swing. Miss Broske was comely in boy’s clothes. Miss Kingsbury sang a song on the swing while being pushed by he assistant. A military number was offered for the encore, with cape coats thrown over their costumes.
Miss Kingsbury with Octavia Broske sang three songs, one a duet. Both have soprano voices with Broske's being slightly better.
"The Garden of Melody"
The military number was a poor finale. Flowers and plants should be arranged on the stage. Stands as a fair singing turn.
Variety, 2:4 (24/3/1906)