|Release Date: 10/9/1916|
|Brand: Mutual Star Productions|
|Director: George Sargent|
|Writer: Kenneth Clark|
|Confirmed Cast: Richard Bennett, George Periolat, Adrienne Morrison, Rhea Mitchell, Clarence Burton, Orral Humphrey|
Philip Holden spends most of his time writing poetry, but when he falls in love with Louise, he realizes that he must start to earn a living in order to marry her. Naively, he gets a job selling shares in a gold mine which his unscrupulous employer believes has long since dried up. Philip's sales record is excellent, but instead of a commission, his boss pays him in mine shares, because he is sure that they are worthless. When the mine starts producing more gold, Philip's shares suddenly are worth a fortune. Wealthy now, he lets his practical brother Miles handle his finances and divides his time equally between composing poetry and courting Louise.
New York Dramatic Mirror credited Edward Sloman as director.