John Hale and Frank Allison have become staunch friends at college, and the day of separation, at the end of the course, was a sad one indeed, particularly for Frank when he discovered that his little crippled sister, Mary, had fallen deeply in love with Jack. Jack goes out into the world, meets and becomes smitten with Miss Dorothy Kirk, a cold, heartless beauty. Dorothy had engaged herself to several worthy young men, but her capriciousness had caused her to throw them aside, so when she is sought by John Hale we feel that she has at last found her affinity. They are engaged and the affinition sealed with a ring, but the usual change of heart comes, and this time on the day of their to-be nuptials, when Jack receives the following note: "Mr. John Hale, Dear Sir: Am sorry to write I cannot marry you to-day or ever. Pardon delaying my decision until the last moment, but better late than never. Dorothy Kirk." At the same time returning his ring. Humiliated and crushed, Jack stood in ... Written by
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This film marks the changeover from "American Mutoscope and Biograph Company" to simply "Biograph Company" as production credit. See more