"The Doctor," is a famous oil painting by Mr. Luke Fields, R.A., of England. In the latter part of this silent drama is shown to the smallest detail the exact reproduction of that famous painting, which is now hung in Tate's Gallery, London, and which won its painter universal fame. Around this painting has been woven a sweet love story which opens in the firelight glow when the famous specialist, Doctor Gray, bends lovingly over the hand of his lady love and wins her consent to their union. Though there is quite a difference between their ages, yet the sweet little lady knows, when she looks into his eyes, that she is placing her life in strong, tender hands and that all will be will with her. Suddenly the spectator is confronted with a sharp contrast to this tender scene of love and happiness, in a view of one in which sorrow and anguish prevail. We are shown a simple, humble home with father and mother watching the life tide ebb away from their darling child, lying upon a poor, ...
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