The Two Vivians

She has two songs, introduced probably not so much for their musical values as an expedient to keep her in evidence during the playing of the bells by the man.
Miss Vivian does exceedingly well in her specialty, delivering her conspicuously striking tricks with a commendable lack of ostentation and parade, although her skill might excuse her in some show of pride. The man of the act is one of the few members of an essentially “dumb” act who is able to make the necessary announcements with anything approaching grace and clearness.
Variety 5:4 (05/25/1907)