Lawrence Westbrook, banker and club man, neglects his business for pleasure. His daughter, Lillian, is in love with Harold Routledge, a poor artist. The Count de Carojac also loves the banker's daughter. To make Harold jealous, Lillian flirts with the count, which causes a severe quarrel between the lovers. John Strebelow, a friend of the family, suggests that the tired banker and his family join him in a visit to his bunting camp in the Maine woods. While hunting, Strebelow injures his hand. Lillian, with the quick wit of a woman, washes and bandages the wound, awakening love within John Strebelow's heart. To save the name of Babbage and Westbrook, the banker pleads with his daughter to marry the rich John Strebelow. Loving Harold Routledge, but remembering the wish of her dying mother, she makes the sacrifice. Sis years later, Strebelow is living happily in Paris with his wife and child, Natalie. He meets Harold Routledge, now a famous artist, and invites him to call. The sight of ...
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