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After the honeymoon, the Newlyweds rent a house and start housekeeping. Mrs. Newlywed loves her husband devotedly, but at times, and on the slightest provocation becomes jealous of her ... See full summary
After the honeymoon, the Newlyweds rent a house and start housekeeping. Mrs. Newlywed loves her husband devotedly, but at times, and on the slightest provocation becomes jealous of her hubby. Unfortunately the picture of a chum of Newlywed's sister finds its way into his effects and is found by Mrs. Newlywed in helping her spouse to unpack his things. A storm is averted, but the seed is sown. Mrs. Newlywed has a desire to own a horse and Newlywed plans to surprise her with one as a Christmas present. By an unfortunate coincidence the horse he has selected for his wife bears the same name as his sister's chum and Mrs. Newlywed finding some of the correspondence referring to the horse, jumps to the conclusion that the Bess referred to in the letter is the same as the Bess in the picture and becomes a victim of the green-eyed monster, thinking her husband is deceiving her. Circumstantial evidence accumulates and she consults a lawyer regarding a divorce, taking with her the letters she ...

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