It resembles a good deal of Great Northern comedy work
An amusing and cleverly written farce in semi-satirical vein, There are two parts and in atmosphere it resembles a good deal of Great Northern comedy work which, we think, is generally liked; people seem to look forward to something good after its trade mark on the screen. Its chief asset is the sprightly way it is played: there is no sign of stage weariness in the artists' work. The situation is not without interest; but it has a male impersonation by a clever actress and this fails to convince strongly enough to be wholly amusing. - The Moving Picture World, September 20, 1913
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