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Grace, the daughter of Gilbert Allen, is sought in marriage by Wilson Breen, a young man of wealth. The father cheerfully approves of the match and the day for the wedding is set for six months hence. The momentous day arrives and all is in readiness. The bride to be has just left her father for her room, after his reviewing of her attired in her trousseau, when he receives a letter warning him that his connection with an illegitimate trust fund deal has been discovered, and advising him to fly. It is an affair in the like of which many a reputable banker has before been involved; simply an idiosyncrasy of the money market. To fly, besides it might mean the death of his daughter on such a day as this. Well, he makes a clean breast of it to his son-in-law to be, and gives him a chance to back out. That young man, grasping his hand, exclaims: "No, I will not give her up. We need each other now more than ever. We must keep her in ignorance of it." At this point the detectives arrive to ...

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