Description:02 02 50 00 In the North of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 20s. In wooden very rustic hut, a policeman, Lewis S. Stone has a baby in arms, contrasts between its uniform and the sweetness and the innocence of the baby. Suddenly, a couple, relatives of the child among, Lon Chaney and Betty Blythe. Blythe holds a bouquet, they are amazed to see the policeman in their house. She drops her flowers of it in ground, the policeman rests the baby in the cradle. The policeman comes to stop Chaney, he seems resigned and tightens the hands to be handcuffed. Blythe can not support it and throws himself into the arms of her husband, she kisses him, very emphatic sequence. She implores the policeman to leave him free. Close-up on Chaney who implores the pity, the condolence with the policeman.