Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Gossip really has very little to do with the storyline to this capital versus labor drama. It was not one of Gladys Walton's better program pictures. She plays Caroline Weatherbee, a Southern girl who shows up one day on the doorstep of Hiram Ward (Ramsey Wallace). Because her aunt once had a romance with Ward's father, she assumes he will welcome her as a guest in his home. He does, but he is in the midst of a labor struggle -- the workers at the plant he owns are fed up with his iron hand and low pay and they are ready to revolt. Caroline, who doesn't understand this kind of conflict, welcomes the workers into Ward's home and serves them food. Because of her generous nature, Ward's cold attitude towards his employees begins to soften. Finally the gossip appears when Ward's secretary tries to embarrass the girl. Caroline, who is concerned that she has created a scandal for Ward, heads back home. But Ward follows and brings her back.
factory-owner, family-business, labor [work], labor-relations, love, romance, striker, worker