The designing mother strongly advises her son to look about for a wife with money, and let money play the important factor in the affair rather than love. The mother receives a letter which seems ominous, as it reads: "Dear Friend, I am sending my niece, whom you have never seen, to you for a little recreation. As you know, she is an heiress now, so kindly gratify her every whim." The very chance, so when the young lady arrives with her maid the boy immediately gets busy. The heiress, of course, is wise, and realizes this is no place for her to recreate. However, she feels she must deliver a jolt to this family of fortune hunters, and hence she writes the following letter: "Friend, By chance I learned that the heiress at your house changed places with her maid before arriving. If you are after her money you had better make up to the maid. A Friend." The son at once shifts his attentions to the maid and the niece allows him to go far enough to embarrass himself upon the disclosure when...
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