Harold, the bellhop, mixes the drinks and a small calamity is the result. He commits the crime of giving a traveling salesman milk, and a female temperance orator gets a glass of "brew." ... See full summary »

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William Dangman ...
Harold - the Bellhop
George O'Donnell ...
The Commercial Traveler
Harry Mayo ...
The Hotel Keeper
Lucille Crane ...
The Chorus Girl
Winthrop Mendell ...
The Tragedian
Florence Natol ...
The Temperance Orator
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Harold, the bellhop, mixes the drinks and a small calamity is the result. He commits the crime of giving a traveling salesman milk, and a female temperance orator gets a glass of "brew." She is so busy studying her lecture that she does not notice the error until the damage is done. Her talk that day is interposed with many "hies," and the audience is shocked at her condition. On returning to the hotel, still under the influence of the "milk," she stumbles into the room of a traveling salesman. The latter is asleep, and she lies down on the other of the twin beds. Meanwhile, a chorus girl, who is stopping at the hotel, receives word that the show is a "flivver." When Harold learns that she lacks the fare to return to the city, he is anxious to help her out but for want of money is unable to do so. Later, he sees the "bartender's enemy" in her leery condition, and by rescuing her from the embarrassing position puts himself right in the way of a small fortune as a bribe. This he hastens... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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10 July 1916 (USA)  »

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