The Marston Inn, at Riverdale, is a perfect feminine Eden, but without a man. Consequently pretty Eva Dixon, and a bevy of charming girlfriends, become wildly excited on seeing a newspaper announcement that Prince Augustus Busch, of Tromania, is tramping the country for recreation, and is in the vicinity. Even while they read a bedraggled young man is coming up the road and of course the girls believe him to be the prince. He is welcomed with open arms, is forced to register at the inn and becomes the idol of the pretty charmers who flirt outrageously. That night this mysterious man slips into the hotel baggage-room and appropriates some dudish clothes from a large trunk. Dressed in these he makes an instant hit with the girls and next day he is surfeited with canoe rides, tramps through the cool forest and tete-a-tete on the lawn. It finally develops into a love match between the "prince" and Eva, and they are motoring along the road one day when they are seen by an elderly lady who ...
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Did You Know?
Some modern sources credit Francis X. Bushman
with the first credited role of Adam Boob/Prince Augustus Busch, but more reliable documentation confirms that Billy Mason
(as William Mason) plays this part. See more