Sacrilegious as it may seem to designate a film of this title a comedy, nevertheless the conditions depicted remove all vestige of seriousness and sense of piety. The widow receives a caller with whom she is much pleased, and rather favors his attentions. A statue of her former husband is carefully draped so as to cause it no pangs of jealousy. A trip to the cemetery causes a number of amorous swains to follow in her wake. The next day they call and the maid receives them as they appear, and for a tip stores them away about the place. Finally the widow appears, but with her is the approved suitor, and the others enviously look on while the two enjoy each other's company.