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  • A two-part photo play written by Maibelle Heikes Justice. While the plot of this pictured story contains much intensity, the theme embodies the same idea as those inculcated in the modern problem plays and includes in its cast the everlasting triangle, not a very wholesome one. The redeeming feature is the faithfulness displayed by the old butler, rendered by Mr. Thomas Commerford, who, with the assistance of a little child, saves the mother from disgracing herself and ruining the future life of her baby. Fairly interesting, with an ending of anguish, that leaves in the mind of the spectator a feeling of pity for human weaknesses. - The Moving Picture World, October 31, 1914