Love and Lavallieres (1913)
Jack promises Mabel a lavalliere for her birthday. Miss Ohlen, who lives in the apartment above, overhears the conversation. The following day, Miss Ohlen goes shopping and stops in a jewelry store and purchases a beautiful lavalliere. Jack, passing the same jewelry store, sees a lavalliere in the window and decides to buy one. He enters the store just as Miss Ohlen is leaving. He buys one identical to the one she bought. Jack then leaves for his sweetheart's home. Miss Ohlen returns to her room and prepares to surprise her niece with her new and beautiful purchase. Jack, mistaking Miss Ohlen's apartments for his sweetheart's, enters, and is caught and held by Miss Ohlen and her niece as a suspicious character. Miss Ohlen discovers that the lavalliere she had placed on the table in her room has disappeared. Jack is arrested and thrown into a cell. The jeweler is called into the police station and claims he does not recognize Jack. Mabel, having been notified of Jack's arrest, goes to the police station and denounces him as a thief. In the meantime, Miss Ohlen's niece, Gwendoline, finds the lavalliere that her aunt has bought for her on the floor, where it had fallen from the table, and explains matters to the sergeant of police. Jack's sweetheart forgives him and everything ends pleasantly.- Written by Moving Picture World synopsis
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