Description:01 14 58 00 In the North of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 20s. Melbourne Mac Dowell with thick mustache and hat, rustic dress. Look like a lumberjack, rather boorish and authoritarian Francis Mac Donald consults account books with his son, young elegant man with a moustache with tie and hat. They are in their garage. Accounting, the father seems irritated and furious and goes out. In rustic wooden house, a young lady combs hair, does hair, coquetry, Betty Blythe. Melbourne Mac Dowell enters without knocking in the lounge, badly polished, boldly, he threatens the old man sat in his armchair, Spottiswoode Aitken. Blythe listens of the noise since his room, she listens in the door. Humiliations for the old got into debt man, Mac Dowell threatens it and demands the money. Mac Dowell tries to negotiate the debt by suggesting him marrying his daughter against his son. Blythe, shocked enter the room.