Mr. Munsey spends so much time at the club that his wife determines to play a little joke on him. She arranges the supper table, but he does not put in an appearance. Then she begins smoking a cigar, throwing the ashes around the room, and places a cane and a pair of man's gloves on the table. When her husband arrives, he is somewhat shocked at his wife's attitude towards him. To get even, he writes a fictitious letter and signs it, "Flora." This he places in his pockets, where his wife finds it. She, determining to get back at him, hires the grocery clerk, dresses him up as a dude, and goes to the restaurant, where he usually dines. She is discovered by her husband, who is furious. He insists upon her returning home with him, but she refuses. At home he pleads with her, and after explaining that he wrote the letter, she apprises him that it was only the grocery clerk she dined with. Through these mutual explanations everything is cleared up, and Mr. Munsey stays at home rather than ...
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