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  • A picture directed by Arthur Mackley with a story that is fresh enough to interest. Its climax is after an explosion in a mine, and at this point it has some blood streaked faces far from being "pretty." Such things as these are not carried to our senses with any pleasant-to-experience thrill as many real horrors are. In a work of art, perhaps on account of convention solely, they give a sense of disgust. The acting is worthy and the picture has many excellent scenes. - The Moving Picture World, October 31, 1914