Synopsis by Janiss Garza
There are two American families who have become friends in the days after the end of World War I. One family is Jewish, and the father has become a philanthropist after many bitter experiences in Europe. The father of the other family has a long history of humanitarianism. The Jewish man's daughter (Edith Taliaferro) becomes close to the other man's son, and it seems like a romance is blossoming. This does not please either set of parents. The son was wounded in the war, and he often has fits of uncontrollable anger. A young Jewish doctor loves the daughter, but his suit seems hopeless. One day, however, his rival is seriously injured in a car accident. The doctor is called in to operate, and through his skill, he brings the young man back to perfect health. The daughter is touched by his noble act, and chooses him as her mate.