The costumes now worn by the girls are badly soiled and evidently not new. Miss Ward can carry a dainty costume, and should get all possible from her prepossessing appearance.
The girls are good looking, sing fairly, and dance exceptionally well. Of the three numbers the first only is suitable. It is a "doll" number, has novelty, is lively, and gives the act a splendid opening. Miss Ward is at her best in this. A seini-patriotic finale behind a transparent screen upon which pictures are thrown is useless. A snappy march song, without the patriotism would fit much better.
Variety 7:4 (07/27/1907)