A two reel picture, opening with a rush of Indians on a cabin. The capture of the boy, his rescue by the troops and adoption by the sergeant are stated in a skillfully pictured whirl of turmoil, dust and battle. A few years are now skipped and we find the lad grown up, a private soldier. The picture tells a garrison love story, new in films, and its climax fittingly is also a whirl of dust and war. The sergeant's boy has proved himself a hero and is buried, after a very emotional scene, with the honors of a soldier. Some will weep over it and it will be liked everywhere. A very desirable release. - The Moving Picture World, October 26, 1912
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