The story of a messenger boy who turns miser, so his sister can be cured of some illness. His fellow messengers revile him, and make life a burden for him, until one day he is hurt, and the letter he writes to he superintendent, asking him to hold the place, and saying why, is seen by one of the boys. Then comes a reversion of feeling, and they contribute the sum required, march up to Mike's home, and very solemnly and very formally present the purse. The sister rises to the occasion, and presents each boy with a kiss. The picture is full of pathos and humor, well expressed and sympathetically acted. - The Moving Picture World, February 4, 1911
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