Description:01 10 00 00 In the North of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 20s. In wooden country house. Discussion enters an old dying man Spottiswoode Aitken and a priest Charles A. Smily. The old man complains about his health. He is unwell. The priest consoles him, reassures him, condolence, he takes him the hand. He tries him to convince to marry his daughter to the son of the manufacturer. But the father explains him that he are too poor. In a wood, a discussion between two young persons, they seem to court, to be in love, atmosphere bucolic, Betty Blythe and Francis Mac Donald. He tries her to convince to marry him. But she refuses.