Fred King calls at the office of his friend, John Carpenter, to ask him to a cabaret dinner that evening. John sends a telegram to his wife, saying that the manager is in town and that he has to take him out to dinner. Kate Carpenter, John's wife, is terribly disappointed when she receives her husband's message. When, after dinner, her friend Mrs. King comes around and she learns that she also has had a similar telegram to her own, Kate guesses that the two men are off together on a spree. Next morning the two women meet and go to town together. First they call upon a carpenter and arrange for him to build a small stage in Mrs. Carpenter's dining-room. From there they go to the manager of a cabaret and arrange with him for the attendance of performers and musicians the next day. With the securing of a bartender and the necessary supplies for a bar, their activities for the morning are concluded. Mrs. King tells her husband that he is invited to go with her to Mrs. Carpenter's for ...
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