|Cast||J. Warren Kerrigan Pauline Bush|
|Plot||Jack Collins loves Maud Brooks. When he told his father, the old gentleman refused to give him any assistance whatever in a financial way. Jack returns to his father and announces his intention of making his own way. The old gentleman heartily agrees, and shows his appreciation by giving his son a check for $3,000, and advises him against investing in mining stock. Jack bids his sweetheart and father goodbye and heads for the glorious West. Here he impresses the miners and cowboys around the saloon by his prodigality, lighting his cigars with $5.00 bills, etc., and it soon reaches the ears of the mining sharp. He continues to meet the Easterner and takes him to an old abandoned sluice mine and manages to sell it to him for two-thirds of his capital. Jack immediately hires miners and then sits down and waits for the gold to come. The miners, in the plot with the sharper, work until they have earned his remaining $1,000 and then the foreman informs him that the mine is worthless. Jack wires his father for help telling him of the investment, but is refused. So Jack hunts the mining sharp and hires him to go in and sell his father stock in the mine in which he invested...... search for A Bad Investment on IMDb|
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