Jim Ogden, secretly engaged to Madge Hemmingway, wealthy heiress, becomes sensitive over his lack of money and breaks the engagement. In a moment of pique she marries Count Van Tuyle. After six months she returns from Europe, minus her husband. Trying to forget her error, she goes to the country. Richard Coombs is the nearest neighbor of Madge's aunt, and he finds it necessary for his wife and himself to hasten to the city. A chaperon is needed immediately for their four daughters. By necessity they are forced to take Madge, who is still the runaway Countess Van Tuyle. Jim Ogden is on a canoe trip through the lakes and stops at the Coombs camp. This is the crowning embarrassment for the chaperon. Up to the time the cook, butler and chauffeur have quit and each one of the girls has opened a summer flirtation. However, Ogden persuades Madge to take a canoe ride. Their craft strikes a rock and the two are marooned on a little barren Island. Meanwhile the Count has followed his wife to ...
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