Jane's health is run down and her husband sends her and their baby boy to Atlantic City to recuperate for a few weeks, while he remains in town. The servants are dismissed and an inquiring ... See full summary »

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The Jealous Wife
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The Innocent Husband
Lillian Langdon
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Jane's health is run down and her husband sends her and their baby boy to Atlantic City to recuperate for a few weeks, while he remains in town. The servants are dismissed and an inquiring next door neighbor, Mrs. Lane, is told of Jane's little trip, and that Jane's husband is to stay behind. The husband soon finds that it is trying to take care of things, and to get his own breakfast is too much for him, so he sallies forth to an employment agency and hires a cook, a lady of color and weight, who dresses rather well for her position in life. Mrs. Lane, who sees the husband escorting a veiled lady into the house, jumps at a scandalous conclusion, and she sends an anonymous telegram to Jane to the effect that during her absence her husband is entertaining a woman m her own house. Jane's nerves have been tried by a number of flirtatious men on the board walk, and she is ready to think the worst of the masculine sex in general. She takes the first tram home, arriving at mid-night, and ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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16 June 1913 (USA)  »

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