Fatigued from overwork, Cash, a railroad magnate, plans a long cruise with a congenial stag party upon his luxurious big yacht, cutting off all communication with the business world. A newspaper reporter gets wind of the departure and Cash's business enemies plan a great "scoop" during his absence. Cash receives a telegram from his business associates informing him of the enemies' deal and advising him to return at once. He hurriedly departs for shore, telling the rest of the party that he will return presently. He loses his traveling bag with his check book inside, and discovers himself in a strange town without a cent. Unshaven and disheveled, he is refused admittance to a hotel where he is laughed at when he claims to be the celebrated Mr. Cash. He finds himself in a strange predicament. He cannot even send a telegram, collect. He finally wanders exhausted and in despair into a public park, realizing that unless he reaches New York at a certain time, his trip would be in vain. It ...
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