The Lady with the White Parasol (Urban)
A girl writes to her lover, making an appointment for the next day, and says she will carry a white parasol, but the first letter not being satisfactory she tears it and writes another. The mother reads the torn letter, and decides to make one of the party. The following morning the lover rises and hurriedly prepares for the meeting, and after many mishaps during his hurried journey to the trysting place, he makes love to the wrong party, with the result that the ardent wooer is soundly threshed by both ladies for his impertinence.
Supplement to THE BIOSCOPE (20 April 1911): ix.