A struggling artist in Greewich Village is devastated when his wife dies. Left with two children and with little money to support them, in desperation he sells one of them to a childless but wealthy couple. When he realizes what he has done, he determines not to go through with the "deal".
MAN stops at nothing! Progress, no matter what it costs. But is it progress; is it the age of enlightenment, when community indifference creates of fails to remedy conditions, under which parents are forced to sell their children on the open market in order to save them from grim want? (Print Ad- Sunday Sun, ((Vancouver, BC)) 5 June 1921)