Wake had a craving for liquor and his wife, Samanthy, reprimanded him. Jake magnifies upon everything and being a good prevaricator, the men sympathize with him. Some of the women said, "... See full summary »

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Samanthy
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Jake
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(as Richard C. Travers)
Irene Warfield
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Wake had a craving for liquor and his wife, Samanthy, reprimanded him. Jake magnifies upon everything and being a good prevaricator, the men sympathize with him. Some of the women said, "They knew from the first that Samanthy was mean." Samanthy was a good woman and went to church regularly every Sunday. The minister decided to put Samanthy on trial before the congregation. She is furious. The minister's child became ill and Samanthy nursed her back to health, sacrificing her time for one who had so terribly wronged her. The minister begged forgiveness for the wrong he had done her, and he told his congregation of the goodness of heart of Samanthy concealed within her. Moral: "Judge a woman by herself and not by the tongues of her neighbors." Jake was worthy of the ill treatment at the hands of his wife for leading a life of degradation. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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19 May 1914 (USA)  »

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