Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Norma Talmadge has a dual role in this silent film, based on a play by Arthur Goodrich. She plays both a rich wife and a poor one, each of whom are tempted by other men. The rich wife says yes to Paul Derrick (Lowell Sherman) and commits suicide when he dumps her. The poor woman says no to Gladden James and is rewarded when her hardworking husband invents a washing machine and makes a fortune. There's really no tie between the stories, except for the rich woman's maid, Emma, who happens to be the sister of the poor woman -- she's also Natalie Talmadge, Norma's sister. Except for a co-starring role in Our Hospitality, made by her husband Buster Keaton, Natalie never had much of an acting career.