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Betta Haff, daughter of a wealthy couple, Mr. and Mrs. Haffen Haff, has permitted her parents to select a husband for her. This is John Smith, son of a prominent but rather poor people, and Betta has consented to an engagement on account of his social position. The wedding cards are sent out, and Haffan Haff, Jr., comes from the west to attend the wedding, bringing with him Jack Smith, his business partner and chum, and as soon as Betta meets him she begins to regret her engagement to John. Nevertheless, she resolves to carry out the agreement she has made, and preparations for the wedding are completed. Three or four evenings before the event Betta receives a call from Eva True, a young woman of good family, and learns from her that John has been engaged to her, but jilted her because of the opportunity to form an alliance with the wealthy Haff family. Enraged, Betta tries to break off her engagement, but is dissuaded from her purposes by the elders of both families, because of the ...

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