Married to a sporting man, Anne Stearns, with their little child, has a varied and unsettled life. Finally, Steams locates in a western town where he opens a gambling house. He is a man of coarse instincts and mercenary nature. He insists that his wife make herself agreeable to patrons of his den and dance-hall, to popularize the resort. Their little girl is taken very sick. Stearns insists that she leave the little one and go into the barroom to meet one of her admirers. She refuses, asserting that her child demands her attention. He grabs her, drags her into the saloon and insists that she entertain his friend. She acquiesces under protest. When the drunken fellow attempts to caress her, she resists him and her husband tries to force her to submit. At this moment, a strange prospector, who has entered the room, springs to her protection, knocking down her annoyer and throwing aside her husband. He then escorts her to her home where she finds that the child, during her absence, has ... Written by
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