Here is a realistic picture that tells a real heart story and brings vividly before the audience the possibilities which open before any young man who chooses to take advantage of them. Here is told very graphically, with a wealth of adequate stage settings and sympathetic acting, the interesting story of a poor Irish emigrant who comes to this country and fights his way to independence and power, making a home for himself, the girl he loves, and his parents. It is neither mawkish nor silly. It is sentimental, but the sentiment is the real heart sort that adds to the interest and holds the attention unbroken from first to last. While it is not a great drama, it holds the interest as thoroughly as anything that has ever come from the Lubin studio. - The Moving Picture World, April 2, 1910
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