|Cast||John E. Brennan Ruth Roland Marshall Neilan|
|Plot||After Arthur's marriage to Kate, his troubles begin. Her extravagance soon depletes his exchequer. He calls upon her father, Mr. Morton, for funds. The latter supplies $50,000, with the warning that the spendthrift must be cured. Soon the fifty thousand vanishes and Arthur is desperate. He determines to teach Kate a lesson and writes a note, stating that he has gone to end it all. While sitting on a park bench, he is arrested for loitering and serves thirty days in jail. Thinking that Arthur has kept his word, Kate, grief-stricken, pawns all his clothes and the household valuables. When Arthur returns from prison his happy wife conducts him to the cemetery and shows him a handsome monument which she has had erected to his memory.... search for Curing Her Extravagance on IMDb|
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