Two Brave Little Hearts (1912)
After weeks of hardship and poverty, Peter Martin finally secures a place of employment at a jewelry store. One day while the proprietor of the store is out, and leaving Peter in charge of his office wherein is kept the more valuable jewels, Peter falls asleep. Now enters a thief named Dixon, and, noticing Peter asleep, he robs the safe of its valuable contents and leaves. The thief passes out and meets two little boys carrying a basket of lunch. He happens to drop a racing program which the boys pick up and keep. The two youngsters are the sons of Peter, bringing his lunch. They arrive at the jewelers and discover their father still asleep. They wake him and the jeweler returns to discover the theft and dismisses Peter. Instinctively the youngsters, Ben and Artie, believe that the racing program is a clue to the thief, so they go to the race track selling flowers. They meet the man who passed them on the steps the day of the robbery, and they follow him to his home. Ben arms himself with a tile to prevent the thief escaping. Artie hurries away and soon returns with the police. Dixon is captured, the jewels found and returned and happiness comes again to the Martin family.- Written by Moving Picture World synopsis
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