Jack Howard, through hard work, has at last placed himself in a comfortable position and finds himself with his dear little wife, Mabel, located in a little apartment with all the comforts of home. He is now ready to enjoy married life; the strain has been too great, however, and he is almost on the verge of nervous prostration, sick and irritable. Mabel tries to cheer and comfort him; she waits on him and is a truly good and faithful wife, very much concerned about her hubby. She insists he must take a vacation, and after he has gotten permission from his employer, and she has packed his grip, he is about to leave home when he thinks of his camera, with which he promises to take some scenes of the location where he will rest and recuperate. When he gets on the train, he happens to meet an old friend, a newspaper man, who has been assigned to a theatrical performance, which is to take place later in the week. They compare cameras and speak of the objects of their trips out of town. ...
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