The Browns, Jane and William, were happily married until Jane's relatives arrive to visit the bride. Uncles, aunts and cousins galore begin to make William's life unbearable. No sooner have... See full summary »

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The Browns, Jane and William, were happily married until Jane's relatives arrive to visit the bride. Uncles, aunts and cousins galore begin to make William's life unbearable. No sooner have they left when a telegram arrives, and Jane tells her husband that mother "dear" is coming to spend a month with them. William becomes angry, and wifie scolds him. The night comes when mother "dear" is due. Jane asks hubby to accompany her to the station to meet the dear old lady. An angry quarrel ensues, and William tells wifie that he is going out to drown his sorrows with his friends. Jane decides to go alone to the station, where she ascertains that the train has been in over half an hour. Meanwhile, mother "dear," finding no one to meet her, starts out to find the home of her daughter, and succeeds in locating the Brown residence. Percival Green, who has been enjoying himself, falls down a coal chute. He crawls out and, mounting numerous flights of steps, finds himself in a sumptuous library. ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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