|Cast||J. Warren Kerrigan Pauline Bush Jack Richardson|
|Plot||Jack Redmond, a cowboy, is in the employ of Wesley Ross, owner of 'The Circle X Ranch,' and it was natural that he should fall in love with Ross's daughter, Edith. Edith's brother, George, had fallen into evil ways. One morning George came home intoxicated and Jack, finding him in this condition, took him to the house, where his mother tenderly takes care of him, and Edith stops long enough to thank Jack. Jack is hardly out of sight when George determines to go to the Betoora Saloon and spend the day. He rides to town and enters the saloon. There he engages in a quarrel with Texas Jim, who forcibly ejects him from the saloon. George rides away, swearing vengeance. Out on the range he waits until he sees Texas Jim returning home, and taking his gun from his breast pocket he deliberately shoots his enemy, who falls from his horse mortally wounded. Then whipping up his horse he rides rapidly away. The sheriff finds the body on the prairie and, finding life extinct, rides rapidly to the nearest ranch to form a posse to avenge the murdered man. George in his haste to get away from the scene of his crime drops his gun, the posse finds it and soon after come up with the craven man, lasso him, and drag him from his horse. Jack Redmond comes up as they are about to hang George and assumes the blame for the crime by claiming the gun and showing them his empty holster. Edith's thoughts are all with Jack Redmond, whom she realizes she loves, and intuitively knows that he has taken her brother's crime upon his own shoulders out of his great love for her. Getting her horse she rides rapidly to save him and arrives just in time. Even now Jack does not realize the awakening of her love, and clumsily asks her "Why did you try to save me," and receiving no answer he mounts and rides away. Out on the prairie the thought constantly re-occurs to him and he wonders if she understands. Ah! how surely she understands and when she overtakes him, she proves to him in the sweetest way a woman knows.... search for A Cowboy's Sacrifice on IMDb|
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