Martin is hurriedly called to High Beach to close a big deal with the president of a construction company stopping there. He begs bit wife to accompany him, but she pleads not having yet ... See full summary »

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Martin is hurriedly called to High Beach to close a big deal with the president of a construction company stopping there. He begs bit wife to accompany him, but she pleads not having yet the new suit she has ordered, so he makes the trip alone intending not to stay any longer than necessary. Arriving there, he transacts his business at once and rushes to catch the next train out, missing it by a hair, which forces him to stop over several hours for the next. Meanwhile, Mrs. Martin has received her suit and follows her hubby on the next train. To wile away the time, Martin takes a turn on the beach, taking a seat beside a lady with a baby in her arms, who, without looking up, thinks her husband is still occupying the seat and absent-mindedly places the baby in his arms while she runs off after her other child. Well, you can see the trouble that is cooked up for Martin when he meets his wife. However, he gets rid of it after a while, and when it gets back to its mother explanations ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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17 November 1910 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the drama Love in Quarantine (1910). See more »

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