Jack is in love with his employer's daughter, who reciprocates the feeling. Jack gets peeved when the old man calls him down and is fired. Naturally he goes to his sweetheart, Billie, for sympathy. She gladly receives him, but notices a long hair on his shoulder and accuses him of a flirtation. They part in a huff. Her father comes at this time and, seeing Jack in his house, has him thrown out. Jack, sore at the world, idly glances over his paper and sees Miss Dillpickle's advertisement for a husband in name only who is to be paid $100 a week, if he goes abroad with her. He decides to make an application for the place and is successful. He is wedded and all arrangements are made for a trip abroad on the first steamer. Billie, after Jack's departure, repents of her jealousy and accuses her father of mistreating Jack. She tries to find Jack, but in vain. At last she learns that he has left his home and has gone for a trip abroad. She is inconsolable and her father, to relieve her mind, ...
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