Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Signa Herrick (Peggy Hyland) decides to leave her old life as a bank stenographer and go to New York. She drops in unannounced on her married sister Janet (Betty Shade) and discovers that both she and her husband Jim (Gene Burr) are crooks. So she leaves and goes to live in a mission until she finds work as a secretary to millionaire Olney French (Charles Clary). Living with French are Gerald Marbury (Harry Von Meter) and his wife (Beverly Travers), relatives who are after his wealth. They've encouraged his alcoholic, self-destructive ways, and when Signa comes around, they are not happy with the positive effect she has on her employer. They hire a detective who discovers that her sister is a thief. Jim, meanwhile, comes to rob the house on the night French proposes to Signa. The crook and his gang are discovered. It is also revealed that he is her brother-in-law. Just when things look really bad for Signa, Janet comes to the house to explain that her sister is completely innocent. So French embraces Signa and throws the Marburys out of his mansion.