Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Germaine (Alma Rubens) is unhappy when her parents force her into a marriage with the wealthy Lucien D'Artois (Jack Mulhall). D'Artois cares nothing for appearances, and Germaine had wished for a man with more style and flair. When she upbraids him for his lacks, D'Artois -- who loves her very much -- resolves to go to Paris and make himself over. While he's there, Germaine's mind is poisoned by Andre Delandal (Bertram Grassby), and she writes a note telling D'Artois that she does not want him at all. In his misery, D'Artois spends his entire fortune on dancing girls and high living. Germaine goes to Paris to get a divorce from him, and she sees he has become a polished -- although poor -- gentleman. She goes to his home and finds a girl there who informs her that he only loves his wife. Germaine takes this information to heart and she and D'Artois are reconciled.
change-of-heart, extramarital-affair, jealousy, love