The incorrigible Dukane, more familiarly known as Jimmy, has been leading the gay life of a millionaire's son, Dukane, Sr., being the wealthy owner of a concrete construction company. But his frivolity has finally drawn upon him the parental wrath and ended his allowance. So it becomes necessary for Jimmy to go to work. He is sent out to the west, where his father's company is building a dam. Jimmy expects to be superintendent, but en route to the west a tramp steals his clothes, leaving his own discarded clothes. Clad in this sad uniform, Dukane arrives at the scene of the dam and tells the burly superintendent that he is Dukane, Jr., and has come to manage the job. The superintendent politely tells him to go to work with a pick and shovel at $2.00 a day. The surprises and adventures that ensue from this point, the development of the romance between himself, in the guise of a stone-cutter, and the daughter of the ranch owner who is fighting his father's company from building on his ...
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