Love has ever laughed at locksmiths, but on this particular occasion the laugh is on Cupid, for that chubby archer certainly miscalculated in arranging the programme of the romance of Harry and Bessie. Harry and Bessie loved each other with all the impetuosity of youth and during one of the many occasions when they pledge undying affection, are surprised by Papa, who, in the spirit of jest, pretends to be highly enraged at their presumption, apparently treating them as mere kids. Papa out of the way, they resent being treated as children and plan to elope. Leaving a note to this effect, they decamp, and engaged the services of a horse and carriage which appears to be an 1850 model, to put them beyond apprehension until the knot is tied, but the pursuers cometh not. They haven't gone far when the vehicle breaks down, and in a panic they scamper along the road until they meet an automobile, and as all the world loves a lover, they easily enlist the chauffeur's aid, but the pursuers ...
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