"The Affinity Bureau" by W. S. Campbell, Kennedy and Evans,
It Is unlike many other similar concoctions with semblance of plot to define the action to the extent of arousing more than casual Interest. The most favorable Impressions the particles of semi-restricted line and situations advance are due In a large measure to the harmonious efforts of the principals and chorus. The latter look pretty and never shirk, nor do they betray gestures of Incompetentness.
Variety 13:2 (12/19/1908)