To Err Is Human (I) (1913)
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A baby drops rodent poison into the well, creating much sickness. Steve is suspected and is in serious danger when the baby tells how the accident happened, and the girl goes to the rescue.
In a little country home not unlike any number of other similar places securely tucked away in the embrace of orchard and grape arbors and the many other little touches of beauty so deftly applied by nature, is a little domicile in which a widow with her three children enjoy the happiness that would naturally come to a family in like circumstances. The older brother has taken upon himself the father's duties and he watches and guards over the interests of his mother and sisters, one of which is in the very tenderest of years. His responsibility rests upon him to such an extent that he even takes upon himself the right to determine the friends of his sister, his junior but by a small margin. Steve, a clean cut young fellow, pays modest attentions to the girl and meets with approval, but is unceremoniously ordered from the premises. The brother unwittingly becomes a bully and when later his mother meets an accidental death he is positive that Steve is guilty of murder. The evolution of the story and the part little Helen played make the story the more interesting and lay the basis for a sequel exemplifying, "To forgive is divine."
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