A two-reel Indian story in which two braves are rivals for the hand of the chief's daughter. Some bandits rob a stagecoach, kill the chief to get him out of the way, and thus precipitate trouble. The story itself is not much out of the ordinary and is, in fact, a trifle vague in places. The strongest feature of the production are the fine mountain backgrounds and other scenic views. These are well pictured and selected with an eye to natural beauty. - The Moving Picture World, October 31, 1914
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