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Donald is a small boy with a very charming young widow for a mother. His joy in the possession of so fascinating a guardian is somewhat dimmed and ruffled by the desire of older persons to share that possession, or, as it looks to him, to take her from him. He is a jealous and vigilant chaperon in intent, if not in person, and it makes it rather difficult for the young men who would like to make love to the charming little widow. One of them does succeed in making friends with Donald, except when the mother is near, and it is then that he learns that Donald does no possess a watch and that a watch is one of his great heart desires. This suggests a very brilliant idea to Lawrence, this particular suitor, and when he next appears at the house of the little widow, he brings a pretty boy's watch with him which he offers to Donald. Of course, Donald is delighted, but when he understands that he can only possess the watch on condition that he allow Lawrence to possess his mother, his soul ...

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