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The Beggar's Drama

  • Drama
  • 1909

Summary

A beggar finds a bank note on the street, and to appease his hunger, hurries to the baker's. He is conscience stricken and goes to the church and places the money in the poor box. The pastor, watching this, follows him. It happens that a young clerk lost the money, and his employer, believing him dishonest, discharges him. The young man goes to the river to drown himself but the beggar happens to be at the river bank and saves him. The latter tells the beggar of losing the money, the employer's accusation and his own despair. The beggar confesses his fault and the pastor, who has been following the beggar, comes forward and explains to the young man how the beggar has endeavored to make up for his momentary weakness. All ends well and the beggar is given a steady job for his honesty.

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French
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