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Dick Armstrong is one of the unfortunates who is constantly following the "ad" pages of the daily papers, and being turned down whenever he makes application for a job, because of his shabby appearance and the earmarks of idleness. There is nothing left for him but the bread line and the "hump-back" in the "Hotel du Park." One day, through a stroke of hard luck he strikes good luck when he bumps into Leonard Seymore, a fat, good-natured man about town, who takes Dick to his home, gives him a good feed, and stakes him with a hundred dollar bill. Dick can scarcely believe his good fortune, but braces up with the determination to replace his rags with a respectable outfit that will place him in line for a position and a new start in life. At the shoe shop, at the clothing store, and even at the quick lunch room, the genuineness of his $100 bill is questioned and refused as an impossible asset for so questionable an owner. Desperate, he forces his way into a swell restaurant, declares his...

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