Jealous of Horace and jealous of Jean, Oscar thinks he loves Alice, with whom he is constantly finding fault for showing the slightest attention to anybody but himself. Jean has a good deal of good dog sense, and instinctively shuns Oscar, whose disposition is anything but lovable. The dog is very fond of Horace, who is a man of gentle nature and kindly character. Jean is always the companion of Alice and naturally comes in for the vent of Oscar's spleen whenever it is aroused against Horace or Alice. Oscar longs to thwart Horace in his attention to Alice. The opportunity occurs when Alice appeals to him to save Horace from drowning. He has been seized with cramps while bathing and unable to reach the shore. Oscar coldly refuses. Jean appears and she goes to the rescue, bringing Horace exhausted to the shore. Alice is disgusted with Oscar and gives him back his engagement ring. A few days later Horace, with Jean, present a very pretty picture as they sit in a happy contented group on ...
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