There is a sawmill scene in this three-part picture which will recall to older theatergoers a somewhat similar situation in "Blue Jeans." The difference lies chiefly in the fact that in the play the victim was bound to the plank being drawn to the great saws, while in the picture a lover jumps from a window and falls across the trunk of a tree being borne to the saw. It furnishes a thrill. The picture might have been shortened without sacrificing any essential feature of the story, the ending of which is apparent long before the finish. The film will carry on its excellent photography. - The Moving Picture World, June 21, 1913
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