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Hughie was confronted by Laura Merton's father, he mentioned that in order to merry his daughter he was to give him £10,000
One day Hughie decides to stop by and visit his friend Alan Trevor who's an artist. Inside the studio he is greeted by Alan finishing up the fine detail of his painting and a beggar as his model.
Alan steps out for a moment to meet the frame maker in the front, the beggar takes this time to rest on a wooden bench. Hughie felt bad for the man and decides to give him his only sovereign he has with him. He later leaves the studio.
Hughie enters the palette club only to find Alan at the smoking room drinking. Alan tells Hughie about how the beggar was very interested in knowing who you were, and how he told him about his financial problem with Laura. Hughie's rage turned into embarrassed once he found out that the beggar was Baron Hausberg the most richest man in Europe.
The next morning at breakfast Hughie got a card saying, Monsieur Gustave Naudin, de la part de M. le Baron Hausberg.' He let the visitor up and was given a letter on the behalf of Baron Hausberg, on the outside was written 'A wedding present to Hugh Erskine and Laura Merton, from an old beggar,' Hughie opens it up to find a cheque for £10,000.
Hughie ended up marrying Laura after all and Alan Trevor was his best-man while Baron made a speech at the wedding-breakfast.
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