The program describes Mr. Mora’s act as “beautiful and mystic magical effects.” With all this flowery caption in print, Mr. Mora opened the show dressed as a Chinaman.
He did magic, also palming, standing far up stage with the latter, and it did well. The tricks and illusions were nicely accomplished, too.`
Were it not for the billing Mr. Mora would have been deemed to possess a nice little act, especially as he does not talk. Appearing in his proper person would help the magician. He should not walk close to the footlights to show the audience how difficult it is to palm a card, for he makes it very evident while giving the exhibition.
Variety 3:4 (03/23/1907)