Kate Morgan is in love with her employer, Clarence Irwin, a Wall Street broker, but he is unaware of this. Every day upon her return home she makes an entry in her diary saying how much she cares for him. An adventurer, Charles Nally, and his sweetheart, Marion, enter Irvin's office one day, apparently on business, but in reality to have Marion lure him with her beauty. The plot is successful, for he devotes his entire time to her and neglects his business. His shares in copper are almost swept away through his attentions to the fair charmer. Kate, of course, sees all this and is a very miserable little girl. Finally, having spent a fortune on the scheming woman, the crash comes, and she deserts him. Kate comes to the rescue and saves his reputation by covering his margins. This, of course, Irwin does not know until his broker comes with the good news that his copper shares are on the rise. When he does discover that Kate has rebuilt his fortune and saved his honor, he clasps her to ...
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