While caring for his sick daughter, a doctor is called away to the sickbed of a neighbor. He finds the neighbor gravely ill, and ignores his wife's pleas to come home and care for his own daughter, who has taken a turn for the worse.
A young man becomes infatuated with Mrs. Francis after she sings at a party. His father convinces her to discourage the young man's attentions. Out of despair, the young man considers suicide, until he meets a woman his own age.
At the age of 16, Mary Pickford left school and made her screen debut in this D.W. Griffith film 'Mrs. Jones Entertains'. Pickford would go on to set up United Artists with Griffiths, Charles Chaplin and Douglas Fairbanks in order to control the distribution of their films.
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