Mrs. Brandon is such a prim, particular person that you would never believe she had ever been so unconventional as to give up school teaching to get married. It is a delightful thing to see a young wife taking an interest in her home, but Mrs. Brandon rather overdoes it. She takes so much interest in her home that she forgets to take enough interest in her husband. When Brandon comes into the house wearing his wet rubbers, Mrs. Brandon scolds him, not because she is anxious about his health, but because she doesn't want her carpets to be spoiled. When he lights a cigar, it is her curtains rather than his throat that she is worried about. Brandon is a good-natured, easy-going chap, but his wife's exactions gradually wear on his disposition. He falls into the habit of going to the club in the evening with his friend Bill. Mrs. Brandon, unable to appreciate her husband's dissatisfaction with his home, is deeply aggrieved and sends for her mother. Owing to their sudden marriage, Brandon ... Written by
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