Silly Bill fell in love with Lolo, the Baby Talk Lady, a vapid if amiable flirt. To woo her in a manner worthy of himself (and incidentally of her) he stole his father's evening clothes. When his wooings became a neighborhood nuisance, his mother stole the clothes back and had them altered to fit the middle aged form of her husband, thereby keeping William at home in the evening. But when it came to Lolo's goodbye dance, not to be present was unendurable. How William Sylvanus again got the dress suit, and how as he was wearing it at the party the servant, Genesis, disclosed that the proud garment was in reality his father's are some of the elements in this charming comedy of youth.