Two boarding houses stand side by side, but one has lots of tenants and the other none. As it happens, there are two pretty girls staying there. In desperation, Charlie Murray, playing his familiar "Hogan" character, gets a couple of young girls off the train....
This split-reel comedy from Biograph is a slight thing, and the most notable things about it are the maid-of-all-work, played by a man in blackface, and the presence of Charlie Murray. In one form or another, Murray played this same stock Irishman for a quarter of a century, including a Hollywood knockoff of Abie's Irish Rose through the middle of the 1930s. This is a not terribly interesting outing for Murray, but short enough to be watchable. If you wish to see it there is a very good copy of it at the Eye Institute site on Youtube.
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