Cast & Crew
Kid Kelly, a gangster in New York's Lower East Side, attempts to rob the storeo of Goldberg the milliner. When the police arrive, Flo Haines, who had come to the building to look at an apartment, hides. When the police find her, they charge her with the crime, but the Kid turns himself over to the law instead. After his release, he again meets Flo, who works by day in an artifical flower factory and by night, in Reverend Roberts' relief mission, and soon falls in love with her. The Kid's jealous sweetheart Mamie tricks Flo into coming to her apartment, where she drugs the girl and turns her over to Joe Carelli, the lustful owner of the flower factory. The Kid saves Flo, but when Carelli is found murdered the next day, he is arrested for the crime. The confession of Annie, who had stabbed Carelli in a jealous rage, frees The Kid, who reforms himself and marries Flo.
Sources vary concerning the cameraman. Information in the copyright descriptions and the Exhibitor's Trade Review review credits Louis Ostland, while Wid's credits Lucien Tainguy. Motion Picture News, in their review, mentioned the film's depictions of "the quick wit of the Irish" and "a lustful Italian."