Mary Brash and Tom Carroll are engaged to be married. Just before leaving his home to attend a ball with Mary. Tom discovers that he has forgotten to remove some valuable papers from his ... See full summary »

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Mary Brash and Tom Carroll are engaged to be married. Just before leaving his home to attend a ball with Mary. Tom discovers that he has forgotten to remove some valuable papers from his pocket and bring in a hurry and not wishing to go back to his room, he hides the papers in the most available place, the old family Bible, and hurries out. At the ball he becomes insanely jealous of Clem Bannes, who is very attentive to Mary, and he accuses her of showing partiality toward Clem in allowing him to put his name on her dance program for a greater number of dances than Tom thinks proper. Mary resents his accusation and they part in anger. The next day a book agent calls at the Carroll home. He explains to the servant that he is selling Bibles on a new plan; he will take the old family Bible as part payment for a new one. The servant, thinking this a remarkable bargain, buys the new Bible on her own initiative, letting him have the old one as part payment. During his various calls the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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8 March 1911 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy A Night of Terror (1911). See more »

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