Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Balking at attending a high-society function, wealthy Francis X. Bushman is mildly pleased when he meets pretty debutante Beverly Bayne. Even so, Bushman manages to insult the girl by dismissing her as a "social butterfly." Then and there, Bayne vows to make Bushman fall in love with her, and to do this she disguises herself as a slum girl and lands a job as Bushman's housemaid. Complicating matters are a gang of crooks who mistake the masquerading Bayne as one of their "own." After numerous hair-raising adventures, Bushman admits that he has, indeed, fallen head over heels in love with the heroine.