As in other George Ade fables, the humor here is pointed and intelligent. Small town audiences, in particular, will find a pardonably exaggerated portrayal of actual happenings in the experiences of the Helping Hand Society that organizes a festival at a total expense of $250. The receipts are $41.60, but, even so, the affair is pronounced a success. A George Adeish wording of the sub-titles adds greatly to this creditable offering. - The Moving Picture World, February 27, 1915
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