Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Like all small town girls in the movies, Mary Horton (Alice Brady), has to make a go of it in the big city. She can't find work, but she does find a good friend in a young woman of questionable morality. Mary makes a life with her friend and her compatriots until the straightlaced Horace Worth (W.P. Carleton) comes around to tell her that her mother (Agnes Everett) is very ill. So Mary goes home, but she is followed by all her "sinning" friends because one of them, Bob Merrick (James L. Crane), has fallen in love with her. There are the typical conflicts between the prim country folk and the brazen city dwellers, but Mary points out that her city friends were the ones who offered her help when she needed it. This film was based on a play of the same name by Owen Davis.