Jack Jones and Albert Brown were chums, but rivals for the hand of their boarding house keeper's daughter. Jack, though, was the favorite of the mother, as well as of the boarders. Jack ... See full summary »

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Jack Jones and Albert Brown were chums, but rivals for the hand of their boarding house keeper's daughter. Jack, though, was the favorite of the mother, as well as of the boarders. Jack could sing, and he and Mary, the daughter, would sing and play, to the delight of the boarders, while Albert would wander off in disgust. Many times was Albert forced out of the conversation by his rival, and he decided to get even. He was going along the street, when he saw two seedy looking pieces of humanity, and it was then that a thought struck him to get even. Taking the one bum by the arm, he took him to his room, dressed him up in his clothes and introduced him as his friend, a count from Paris. The boarding house keeper told Jack to give up his place to the count. Not being used to such a nice maid, "Happy," as he was called, proceeded to make love to the maid, but was called down by Albert, and soon turned his attentions to Mary. As soon as the meal was over he ordered a touring car and took ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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