Lydia, the daughter of an affluent father and mother, is loved by her tutor. Unused to men, she is attracted by him and would continue to be so but for the arrival of Sterling Paul, the son of an old friend of the family. Both young people fall in love at first sight. In anguish the tutor threatens to kill himself. This threat works upon the girl's nerves and when Sterling is called to his home she consents to a hurried marriage. As the bride is departing with her husband the tutor induces the maid to allow him to deliver the bridal bouquet. Lydia finds a note inside, which says that the tutor has committed suicide and will haunt her forever. Superstitious and nervous, it works upon her mind and constantly she sees a vision of the disappointed man about to kill himself. Her gradual decline in health causes the husband's anxiety and finally he prevails upon her to return home in hope that the old scenes may bring back strength. Arriving she observes the tutor in the garden playing with...
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