An excellent picture, telling the story of a Western mine, and Eastern
man, and a girl, and in Indian who ran a race and won $20,000 with
which the mine was developed. Upon this hung the success of the young
man's love affairs. Eventually everything came out right. The Indian
ran the race, the money was put into the mine, and the rich pay dirt
that came out disposed the girl's father in favor of the young man, and
all ended well with the Indian as a partner in the business. Without
any particular dramatic merit, the picture is pleasing because it tells
a pleasant story in a snappy way, and leaves the audience with an
impression that the world is a pretty good place after all. - The
Moving Picture World, January 14, 1911
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