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Andrea Dubois is preparing for her marriage. The hours she spends over her trousseau are long and pleasant. Edmond Rodger, her fiancé, she esteems and honors as a gentleman. Rodgers was highly respected by all his friends, yet underneath there ran a streak of yellow. Rodger had willfully coveted and realized the love of Elsie Levine, only to betray his love. In a touching scene Elsie searches out Rodger, confesses her condition, and urges him to fulfill his promise in marriage. Rodger responds by explaining his coming marriage to Andrea. Elsie returns home to confess the whole affair to her brother, Rupert. Rupert determines to avenge his sister's wrong. Departing from the house he makes his way to the club and searches out the guilty man. He meets him in the private ante-room. The curtains are closed, a revolver drawn, there is a report, and when the club members rush in, Rodger lies dead. Rupert has escaped. The news is carried to Rodger's fiancée. It is at this time that she makes ...

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