A story with a punch. There is a boy in this picture who steals milk in order that a baby may live. The little one is hidden in a barn. The boy is caught in the act of taking milk from a full pail. In the meantime the cries of the child have been heard by a man and woman who recently have lost their only offspring. It is taken home by them, cared for and put into the empty and waiting cradle. The boy finds his ward, and in turn becomes also the ward of the two benefactors. Phillips Smalley and Lois Weber have the leads, and their work will appeal to every audience. The whole film is embellished with excellent photography. - The Moving Picture World, April 5, 1913
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