Singing "I'm a Poor Unhappy Maid" Mrs. Tracey gives a gleam of possibilities were she properly tutored. Mr. Tracey is miscast as an elderly farmer, and the story told by the piece is neither exciting nor amusing.
As a "rube" Mrs. Dick Tracey has it "all over her" husband for comedy. In an eccentric part she catches many laughs. It is beyond a "Sis Hopkins" character, and shows some originality.
Variety 3:4 (03/23/1907)