Synopsis by Janiss Garza
In this two-reel comedy, Jimmy Aubrey's character is referred to as merely "a social error." Down-and-out, Jimmy lusts after the soup that is being dished up at an underground cabaret, called the Thalia. Inside, a bouncer (Oliver Hardy) is kicking out a patron who tried paying his tab with a fake quarter. When a Salvation Army girl (Evelyn Nelson) comes by, the bouncer hands her the counterfeit quarter. She, in turn, hands it to Jimmy so he can feed himself. Jimmy rushes into the Thalia, only to be thrown out by the bouncer because of the fake coin. An innocent young girl (Kathleen Myers) arrives in search of her brother, and Jimmy saves her from the denizens of the rough neighborhood. They arrive at the Thalia, where the bouncer is trying to have his way with the Salvation Army girl. Disaster for Jimmy is averted when it turns out that the bouncer is the brother of the young girl. In the end, both the bouncer and Jimmy join the Salvation Army. The name Kathleen Myers may be familiar to fans of Buster Keaton -- she was his co-star (actually, third in line after the cow) in Go West.