Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Eva Novak, who was usually the female lead for such luminaries as Tom Mix and William S. Hart, is the star of this mystery romance. A vaudeville troupe is stranded in a rural area, and they decide to eat one of their props -- a goose. Actress Rose Darrow (Novak), however, claims it as her own. She takes it to the next village, where she performs at the local amateur night show to scrape some money together. Fred Vaughn, the son of a wealthy family (Geoffrey Webb), catches her act and takes her out to eat. He helps her out by finding her a room at the farm belonging to Haskins (Calvert Carter), which is next door to his parents' estate. His parents (C. Norman Hammond and Dorothy Hagan) disapprove of the girl, but they throw a party for her anyway. During the evening, some jewels are stolen and Rose is thought to be the thief. She finds the real culprit and the Vaughns agree that Fred can marry her.
honor [recognition], jewel, love, matchmaker, mother, robbery, romance, stranded, student, vaudeville