Charles Bainbridge, a stockbroker, incurs the secret enmity of his partner, Charles Taylor, by winning the favor of Madge Conners, a "girl of the white lights." Bainbridge goes to the mountains for a vacation and meets Marie Martin, a poor blind girl. The girl wins his heart, and when he returns to the city he breaks off his relations with Madge. Bob Summers, an artist, camping near Marie's home, meets her. She is a protegee of the old priest, and Summers is inspired to paint a picture of her kneeling at the altar of the church. Bainbridge goes back to the mountains to ask the girl to marry him, leaving a power of attorney with Taylor. He arrives as Summers is on the verge of proposing. He wins Marie, they are married by the old priest, and he takes her to his city home. In the meantime Madge and Taylor have gotten together, and through the misuse of the power of attorney invest Bainbridge's money in worthless stocks and depart. When Bainbridge reaches the city with his bride he finds...
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