"Mother's Rosary" and "Araby."
Bronte and Aldwell were the first bright bit of the evening and their work could be remembered long after they had disappeared. They sang with their customary tunefulness and showed a good routine of songs which earned for them the applause honors of the night. Aldwell's "Mother's Rosary" stopped the act in the same fashion the couple stopped the show. "Araby" also came in for vocal honors for Miss Bronte.
Variety, 41:2 (12/10/1915)