Philanthropist William Harding (Ernest Maupain) has a daughter, Elsie (Elizabeth Burbridge), who is interested in working with the poor. After seeing vagrant Jack Langdon (Henry B. Walthall) in night court, she convinces her father to give him a job. She and Jack fall in love and six months later, they become engaged. Harding, whose philanthropy apparently doesn't extend to love, is furious over this, and disowns his daughter. Then, when a check is discovered, forged in Harding's name, Langdon is assumed to be the guilty one. But he proves that it was actually Harding's snobby son, Walter (John Junior), who did it. Langdon offers to pay for the check himself -- it turns out that he wasn't an outcast after all, but a philanthropist himself, who actually spent time working amongst the down-and-out.
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