Redeemed From Sin (1908)
John is a model young man and a steady workman. His only fault is his uncontrollable temper. In a moment of anger he picks up a stone with which he kills, though unintentionally, his fellow workman. This deed drives him to flee from the place of his birth, from home and his parents. He tries hard to forget, picking up work here and there but the terrible deed haunts him driving him from place to place. Hungry and tired he marches through the streets of a large city. Suddenly he sees a runaway horse swaying down the street. A blind man just trying to cross the street was almost under the hoofs of the horse when John risking his own life saved the man. He was knocked down and carried unconscious to the hospital, where the vision of an angel appears over him blessing him, as he has redeemed his sin by sacrificing his life for the life he took.
Source: Lubin Catalog
Released on a split reel with "Salome and the Devil to Pay"