Kelso and Leighton

The young comedian executed a few falls that were good for laughs, but the material of the offering is unworthy of serious consideration. The same young man started out with a bit of George M. Cohan dialogue that was entirely discouraging and reflected no credit upon his ability. The woman was rather crude in all her work, and altogether the sketch has little to claim an audience's attention, except a neat little dance by the young man in the early part.
The narrative was a splendid example of wildness, and illustrates the extremes of dramatic license vaudeville audiences are occasionally called upon to stand for.
Variety 5:2 (05/11/1907)