Rosamond Gilbert ( Carmel Myers ) is a lonely orphan, until her her uncle leaves her a small fortune. She soon purchases a bungalow, adopts fellow foundling Allie ( Elizabeth Janes ) and sets up a fortune-telling shop, hoping to make others dreams come true too. Her first visitor is Sydney Brown ( Kathleen Emerson ) frustrated with her life, she confesses, she would prefer being a man. Rosamond provides the answer, dressing her in man's clothing. In her new disguise, Sydney befriends James Mattison ( Harry Von Meter ) who confides he could marry a woman with Sydney's qualities. She falls in love and finally lets down her disguise, becoming happily engaged to James. Rosamond's next customer is the wealthy John Squire ( Thomas Holding ) who is led astray with her advice that he invest in the business dealings of Jerrold ( Philo McCullough ) a swindler. Luckily Squire discovers Jerrold's dishonesty in time, and not only forgives Rosamond, but asks for her hand in marriage.
This film starring the beautiful actress Carmel Myers, is listed as unknown. I wish I could provide the reader with a more detailed synopsis. As with a lot of lost silent films, they are extremely hard to track down.
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