In this romantic silent adventure, a beautiful heiress goes to California for a visit and while there learns that her New York-dwelling father has died and left her penniless. Now desperately poor, she takes up with a rich, handsome cad and escorts him to a masquerade ball where she dresses as a young boy. Being a cad, it is only natural that he make a pass at her. But the woman is faster than his hands and rushes out. Her flight leads her to get mixed up with a band of vagabonds. Their leader knows the score about the newest member right off, but keeps mum. Together, the wanderers have many adventures. When they all end up arrested, the lead hobo, with whom the girl has secretly fallen in love, reveals that he is actually a famous and very wealthy author who has donned rags to travel about in search of inspiration. Naturally, he and the girl end up hitched and as the story closes, the happy couple and all their hobo pals are racing eastward aboard the luxurious Honeymoon Express.
by Sandra Brennan synopsis