Cleo drops her bonnet while sitting on the wall. Young Wally picks it up; their eyes meet and the old, old tale follows. Cleo's father writes to Wally's father, reminding him of an agreement between them, whereby their daughter and son, respectively, were destined for each other as soon as Wally reached the age of twenty-one. Cleo is shown the precious missive by her father and flatly refuses to marry a man she has never seen. Wally is also informed of the agreement and is quite as emphatic. Cleo tries to run away and is locked in her room. Wally keeps clear of his father and works his automobile double time. The fathers meet and talk the matter over, and determine to be obeyed. Cleo in the meantime escapes. She sees Wally in his auto, hails him and in a cozy tea garden tells him her troubles. Cleo's father discovers her absence, and with Wally's father goes after the young couple, having learned where they are from the returning chauffeur. Seated at another table is the minister. ...
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