Moritz Bielawski (Gregor)Cajus Bruun (Anselm Hirsch - Jeweller)Nicolai Johannsen (Emanuelo III)Carl Lauritzen (Chancellor of Berengaria)Rita Sacchetto (Judith)Carl SchenstrømRobert Schmidt
The members of the "Sidi" sect are informed that the Chancellor of State intends to submit to the Prince a bill calling for their persecution. Judith, the daughter of Samuel Hurst, a wealthy jeweler and member of the sect, is in love with the Prince, but is rebuked by her father for being in love with their persecutor. Gregory, a clerk in the employ of Hurst, whose infatuation with Judith is not reciprocated, discovers a letter from the Chancellor asking Hurst to call to do some work for him, and brands him a traitor at the meeting of the sect. A frenzied mob storms the old man's house, but the Prince himself appears and quickly disperses the crowd. That night, observed only by Gregory, Judith elopes with the Prince. Though ignorant of the fact, Samuel Hurst is denounced, but is promised exoneration if, through his daughter, he can influence the Prince to reject the bill. In this he succeeds and is exonerated. But the Chancellor orders his henchmen to gather all the soldiers they can rely upon. The Prince and Judith, realizing that the joy of life for them is ended, ascend the highest mountain peak, bid "Fare-Well" to the world, and leap to Eternity. The order for the expulsion is put into the effect that night, and as the vast numbers of the sect leave the country, Samuel Hurst comes upon the lifeless bodies of his daughter and her royal sweetheart.