Jack Hartley, the foreman of the Triple X Ranch, is engaged to Nellie Monroe, the ranch owner's daughter. A quarrel starts between Jack and "Red" Williams, a cow-puncher, when the latter ... See full summary »
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Jack Hartley, the foreman of the Triple X Ranch, is engaged to Nellie Monroe, the ranch owner's daughter. A quarrel starts between Jack and "Red" Williams, a cow-puncher, when the latter first makes advances to Nellie, and second, when Williams abuses a faithful Indian ranch hand. On this latter occasion Jack is unable to restrain his temper and the result is a short fist fight in which Williams is defeated. Smarting under the punishment, Williams seeks revenge. For some time the miscreant cow-puncher has been in league with a bunch of cattle rustlers, whose several attempts at a raid on the Triple X cattle, however, have brought them nothing, and due entirely to the alertness of Hartley, the foreman. They have sufficient cause to hate the manly young fellow and when Williams, after having been put out by the foreman, stalks into their camp, begging them to join him in obtaining his revenge, all are willing. That they must be cautious, however, is plain to them when another of the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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It is time those relics of barbarous times were eliminated from the films
8 August 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A Western story with a girl as the storm center and a jealous would-be lover as the promoter of the mischief. An innocent man is led to execution and barely escapes through the intervention of an Indian he had befriended, who exposes the whole miserable business. The mischief maker changes places with the first man led to execution and the film ends, with the imagination supplying such details as are lacking, but not missed. The mounting of a horse and riding away with one's hands tied is a feat few would undertake to accomplish, yet one of the actors performs it successfully and saves his benefactor's life. This is a graphic bit of work and adds materially to the interest of the film. The fact that the film closes with the execution suggested is to be commended. It is time those relics of barbarous times were eliminated from the films. A suggestion is quite as effective as the real scene, as is shown by this picture. - The Moving Picture World, August 27, 1910


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