A man with a Past

In the theme which revolves about the odd notion of a perfectly 'nice' and unworldly young bride desiring that her husband have a bit of a tainted past, the suggestion being that in the working of her feminine mind she considers that every man unless he is a 'dead one' must have committed some sort of indiscretion before his marriage.
There are laughable lines and situations in the sketch and it is carefully presented.
Variety 18:4 (April 1, 1910)