|Director||Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson|
|Plot||The opening scene shows the den with three chums. One is discovered asleep on the couch and is finally awakened by the other two throwing pillows and books at him. The young artist arises and strolling over to the window he discovers a pretty young girl passing, whom he immediately flirts with. The other two, seeing his action, join in, and they all three then quickly grab their hats and coats and rush out to meet her. They then form plans to win the fair maiden. The first fellow buys her a beautiful box of flowers and sends it to her with a note, "If you love me, wear these." The other two boys, discovering the box on the table, take out the flowers and replace them with a pair of pajamas. The box is then delivered to the girl by a messenger, and when she reads the note which asks her to "wear these" and finds the pajamas, you can imagine what's coming to the fellow when he calls. The old man arms with a heavy soled boot, the housekeeper with a duster, and the girl with her fingers ready to scratch his eyes out, and wait for him. He gets it, and is thrown out swearing vengeance on his two friends. The next fellow has bought a beautiful valentine to bring to his lady love. The other two fellows discovering this pretty valentine, quickly take it from the box, replacing it with a homely one drawn by the artist while the other boy goes out to buy some lemons and also puts them in the box. Hearing the valentine bearer coming, they quickly sit down and watch him as he puts the box under his arm and starts to see his girl. The next scene shows him handing her the box, not knowing that it contains lemons, and what happens to him as she opens it? He is also bodily taken, his clothes are torn off of him and he is thrown down the steps just as his predecessor was. The third fellow now comes in for his. He is heard telephoning to the young lady that he would meet her at 8:30, and starts in to press his full dress trousers. The boys find a way to steal the pants, and when he comes to look for them, he finds them gone. Quickly looking around, and seeing it is after 8:30 now, he grabs a rug, puts it around his limbs and runs down the street half dressed, fearing he has missed his lady love, but the other two fellows have already been to the house and persuaded her to leave with them. Just as the young fellow comes along he sees the other two boys with the girl and tries to explain, but a passing policeman seeing the peculiarly dressed fellow, appears on the scene, chases all three of them home, and walks off with the young lady himself.... search for All Is Fair in Love and War on IMDb|
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