John and Alma Picket by the death of their mother are left orphans and destitute. Kind-hearted Sheriff Bolles proposes that they come and live with him and his wife until John can get a ... See full summary »

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Alma Picket
Pat O'Malley ...
Harry Wilford - Marjorie's Brother
Marie La Manna ...
Marjorie Wilford - Harry's Sister
Johnnie Walker ...
John Picket - Alma's Brother
Yale Benner ...
Crandall aka Roy Ashton
Henry Leone ...
Sheriff Bolles (as Harry Leoni)
Margery Bonney Erskine ...
Miss Graven (as Mrs. Wallace Erskine)
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John and Alma Picket by the death of their mother are left orphans and destitute. Kind-hearted Sheriff Bolles proposes that they come and live with him and his wife until John can get a position. They gladly accept his offer, and a week later, John starts for New York. The superintendent of schools gives Sheriff Bolles a note of introduction to Miss Ruth Graven the head of the Graven Seminary, and Alma, again thanking the sheriff and his wife for their kindness, starts off to the school. She presents the note to Miss Graven, the note making it clear that she wishes to exchange her services for an education. Meantime, in the city. John makes the acquaintance of the young man in the next room to his. Alma has been accepted on the terms of the superintendent's letter, and she starts in with her duties. She makes a good friend in Marjorie Wilford, a young heiress, who invites her to attend a midnight party. Just at this time Alma receives a letter from John, telling her that he is writing... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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27 August 1915 (USA)  »

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