Synopsis by Janiss Garza
As Viola Donizetti, a woman who apparently has more sex appeal than she can handle, Alice Brady somehow manages to rise above a feebleminded story. Although Viola is in love with Tony (William Raymond), her father (George D. Melville) insists that she marry a wealthy man of his acquaintance. The man's brutal nature repels her, and she follows Tony to America. She is met at the docks by Tony's cousin (John Warwick) who takes her to a room and tries to have his way with her. She fights him off and runs away. Eventually, she becomes a maid for Mr. Sharpless (Tom McGrath), but then his son Gowfrey (Bert Rooney) tries to force himself on her. When she resists, she is fired. Viola meets a lawyer, Collingswood (Eric Blind) who gives her an apartment and fancy clothes and treats her nicely. She then finds out that there's also a Mrs. Collingswood (Lillian Concord). At last, she and Tony meet up again and they obtain a hotel room, number 47, as their bridal suite. While Tony goes off to find a priest, Collingswood, who has fallen on hard times, rents out room 48. He leaves a suicide note saying that the woman in 47 can explain why he died and then shoots himself. This causes a big scandal, and a reporter shows Tony the suicide note. But the priest convinces him to forget about it and marry Viola anyway.