King Baggot plays the lead in this light and entertaining three-reel comedy. It does not exactly develop any very strong situation, calling for unusual acting, yet has the merit of presenting a number of clearly defined and likable characters. There is no question at any time what the various people are doing and what part it is they are playing. The story is simple and straightforward, telling of a young man's difficulties in winning a girl whose father objects to the match. A courtroom scene at the close is well set and altogether logical and convincing. - The Moving Picture World, December 6, 1913
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