Ruth Rise is a very sweet girl, but Betty is both sweet and popular. Jack Winget is expected at the Hotel Riggs, where the girls and their party are stopping. Ruth is very much smitten with... See full summary »

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Betty Wilson
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Ruth - a Jealous Rival
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Ruth Rise is a very sweet girl, but Betty is both sweet and popular. Jack Winget is expected at the Hotel Riggs, where the girls and their party are stopping. Ruth is very much smitten with Jack, and she is afraid that Betty will win his attention; so she circulates reports that Betty is flighty and not altogether rational. Upon Jack's arrival, Betty meets him at the station. Sitting on the edge of a well, talking to Betty, Jack accidentally falls into the well. Betty rushes off to secure help. In her distress, she is very much excited. She frantically tries to tell the guests at the hotel what has happened. In the meantime, some farm laborers hear Jack's cries and lift him from the well. The guests notify the town policeman and he rushes back to the hotel, where they find Jack talking to the guests, and they can't understand it. Before Jack has time to explain matters, the guests make a charge of insanity against Betty. She is taken to the station house. She cannot make the officers ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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14 September 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy A Fortune in a Teacup (1912). See more »

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