In following Mary through her next happening we first discover her in a small seaport town. She then boards a train on the way to New York, (in the train she attracts the attention of a ... See full summary
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In following Mary through her next happening we first discover her in a small seaport town. She then boards a train on the way to New York, (in the train she attracts the attention of a flashy-looking individual, who starts to get into a conversation with her. Unused to the ways of the world she does not know whether to resent this or not. However, the conductor interferes and tells the young man to go about his business. He has managed to give Mary his business card. On arriving in New York, Mary is completely puzzled and she feels the loneliness that comes to any stranger in the midst of a great city. She reaches one of the parks and proceeds to look up advertisements for a lodging. Sitting next to her is a chorus girl, entirely out of money and who has been threatened with ejection. She watches Mary nervously and as the latter gets up and drops her purse the temptation is too strong for the chorus girl to resist. She quickly seizes the purse. Mary inquires the way to one of the ...
|Charles Ogle||-||Richard Craig, Mary's Uncle|
|William Bechtel||-||Henry, Craig's Son|
|Louise Sydmeth||-||The Landlady|