Chester reads the newspaper and complains about the political climate. It’s not long before a disruption close at hand gets the attention of Matt and Chester. A grateful Kitty offers Mat a free drink, and he learns about the source of the scuffle. A cowboy has got married to an indian. What’s the matter with marrying a squaw?
Mr Hardy is an older gent who married the indian after hiswife died. Hisson Kelley is just puritan enough to resent the inter-racial union. Matt outlines the legality, both from the indian stand point, and what the law says on marriage. Would it be better to send the indian maid back to her people? Though the couple seem happy on the surface, there’s something that bothers Matt.
The town folk show their support when wedding plans are busily being made. There’s one important thing missing, the bride and groom. Out on the ranch, Matt finds the aftermath of a scuffle. Hardy is dead, and his squaw is mourning over him, indian style. Matt sees through the signs, and exposes a matter of jealousy behind the murder as he confronts the killer.