Actress Ruth Stonehouse was a pioneer in motion pictures, and during the 1910s she had the opportunity to both direct and star in a number of her films. Mary Ann (Stonehouse) is in love with Jimmy (David Kershaw), and is upset when her mother claims it's just puppy love. Jimmy is in love with a pretty girl, but she is spoiled and snubs him because he has no money to spend on her. Mary Ann resolves to make enough money to buy some nice clothes in the hope that it will make Jimmy notice her. She takes a job scrubbing floors at the local police station, using the money to buy some finery. Jimmy is trying to find a way to get some money. When Mrs. Kelly (Lydia Yeamans) drops her purse, he tries to take it. Mrs. Kelly catches him and calls for the police. Mary Ann stops the cop from arresting Jimmy and blames his actions on "that vampire." The cop lets Jimmy off, and Mary Ann uses the opportunity to wheedle a kiss out of him.
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