The Better Man (I) (1914)
Rev. Mark Stebbing, a tough, up-from-the-streets kind of guy, finds himself in competition for the affections of pretty Margaret Wharton with Rev. Lionel Barmore, a suave, polished aristocrat. When a poor church and a wealthy one both need new pastors, Stebbing volunteers to go to the poor one, while Barmore requests--and gets--the rich one. When both men propose to Margaret on the same day, she accepts Barmore. Meanwhile, Margaret's father--a wealthy industrialist--is having labor problems at his plant, and angers his workers so much that they plot to blow up the plant--with Margaret inside.- Written by email@example.com
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