A lonely man of wealth decides to rid himself of his possessions and to devote the remainder of his life to service. His first opportunity for service presents itself in the household of his nephew, whom he has not seen for years. Disguised as a tinker, he enters the nephew's home, and brings a new spirit to it.
"A very religious drama, although there is little or no mention of religion in it. There is much clever dialogue and the action moves briskly to a satisfying climax, and the whole play seems to be well adapted for either professional or amateur production." - The Christian Century