Old Jim Brown, a western ranchman, has a pretty daughter Gladys, who is loved by young Frank Carpenter, then foreman of the ranch. Brown objects to the match because he has an opportunity ... See full summary »
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Frank Carpenter
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Brinsley Shaw
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Old Jim Brown, a western ranchman, has a pretty daughter Gladys, who is loved by young Frank Carpenter, then foreman of the ranch. Brown objects to the match because he has an opportunity to marry Gladys off to a rich mine owner, seeing in this alliance the opportunity for social advancement for the girl and himself. Young Brocton, the miner, makes his plea, but is rejected by Gladys, despite the insistence of Brown. Carpenter, entering at this time, makes a confession of his love for his employer's daughter and after a dramatic scene he dismisses his daughter and tells her that for her ungratefulness never to call him father again. The girl, with all confidence in her big, robust sweetheart, leaves her father's house, preferring love in the hovel to unhappiness in the millionaire's mansion. A year goes by and Gladys falls ill with a raging fever. To crown this climax of misfortune young Carpenter loses his position and without money to pay the doctor or to purchase medicine is in the... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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A straight story which can be easily understood
21 November 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A love story with a rival mixed up in it and a daughter turned out because she dared love a poor man instead of accepting the rich man her father favored. Then come reverses, with the young wife almost at death's door and the young man out of work. A safe robbery, discovery of the young man as the thief, his arrest, but before he is taken away the sick woman comes from another room. The sight softens her father's heart and all is peace afterward. There is not much drama, but a straight story which can be easily understood. It will appeal to the hearts of most people in the audience. - The Moving Picture World, March 4, 1911


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