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Widow Hogan, a very respectable woman with a family of two children, is very much admired by Herman Schmidt, who owns the house she lives in and to whom she owes considerable rent. For his ... See full summary
Widow Hogan, a very respectable woman with a family of two children, is very much admired by Herman Schmidt, who owns the house she lives in and to whom she owes considerable rent. For his leniency he is permitted to spend many happy hours at the Hogan's home, but there was Tim Timergan, who also admired the widow. A rivalry existed between Schmidt and Timergan, which caused many a fist fight, including a serious duel. The two Misses Hogan, Fanny and Lucy, also have many admirers. One is a fighter, named Rush Miller and another is Percy Melville, a little mama's boy, who showed attention to the fighter's sweetheart, On one occasion the fighter became so much annoyed at mama's boy's attention to Fanny, that he challenged him to a fight which they proceed to carry out. The fighter was so exasperated that he allowed Percy to get the best of him, but followed it up by chasing him for life. The preparation for a reception is in progress at the Hogan home and the guests arrive and are ...

Released as a split reel along with the comedy Nora the Cook (1912).


Cast overview:
William E. Hallman William E. Hallman - (as William Hallman)
Joseph W. Reilly Joseph W. Reilly - (as Joe Reilly)
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