Intensely jealous of his bride of a few months Jeremiah Sinks starts a comedy of misadventures. Following out the instructions of a fortune-teller's ad. he surreptitiously clips off a lock from his wife's hair, and pays a visit to the seeress, who calls herself Madame Devere. She places the hair under a big glass bowl or globe and goes off into a trance. Jeremiah's imagination is worked on by the Madam's words to such an extent that he believes he sees his wife flirting with a stranger. Jumping up in a violent rage, he smashes the crystal and rushes out. On the way home in his car, Sinks sees a gentleman similar in appearance to the one described by the fortune-teller, accompanied by a heavily-veiled woman. He follows them to the seashore and, finding the couple sitting on the sea wall, throws the man into the water and carries the woman, who has fainted, into his car. Still thinking the lady is his wife, Sinks carries her unconscious form into the house, where he is confronted by Mrs...
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