Our heroine, Elsie, is observed in the drawing room of her home conversing with her sweetheart, Jack. He kisses her good-bye and leaves as her father enters the room, looking the picture of... See full summary »

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Our heroine, Elsie, is observed in the drawing room of her home conversing with her sweetheart, Jack. He kisses her good-bye and leaves as her father enters the room, looking the picture of despair. He has lost his fortune and tells her they must leave the old home and begin life anew. Jack is a rising young lawyer and to him Elsie writes a note telling of the changed conditions and not wishing to handicap him in his aspirations, releases him from their engagement. The young girl sets about to find a position and in an employment office is engaged by an upstart society woman, whose companion is a pet monkey. Elsie takes to her new surroundings gracefully and in her new home we see her dressing her mistress' hair while the lady plays with her pet. The work finished, the lady goes out, leaving the monkey on the bed. Elsie puts the room to rights and then goes out herself. Outside the house a carriage draws up to the curb, the lady of the house and Elsie enter and drive away. Shortly ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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5 September 1908 (USA)  »

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