Mr. Roland is supposedly wealthy. Edith and Walter Douglas are engaged to be married. Mr. Roland dies, and upon investigation, it is found that his estate is insolvent and that his home ... See full summary »

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Mr. Roland is supposedly wealthy. Edith and Walter Douglas are engaged to be married. Mr. Roland dies, and upon investigation, it is found that his estate is insolvent and that his home will have to be sold, leaving Edith penniless. Walter, upon learning of this condition of affairs, breaks the engagement. Edith is forced to seek work. She goes to another city. Frank Barlow sees his girl, Ruth, with another fellow and throws her over. He grieves over it and loses his job. He cannot get another and is despondent. Edith is discharged from the position she obtained as incompetent. Edith and Frank room in the same lodging house, but have never met. Each is about ready to give up the struggle for life and Edith goes to the river to drown herself. Frank sees her and rescues her. She is revived and he takes her home. They tell each other their stories and they determine to fight it out. Frank succeeds in getting work, and having fallen in love with Edith, and she with him, they decide to ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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16 November 1913 (USA)  »

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The situations are interesting
31 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Two suicides, one a young man, who is out of work and whose girl has jilted him; the other a young woman, whose sweetheart has grown cold because she lost her money, attempt suicide in this drama and, failing, marry one another. The situations are interesting. - The Moving Picture World, November 15, 1913


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