Socially prominent but penniless Stephen De Koven marries Muriel Chester, a woman whose loveliness he admires but whose money he really desires. Discovering this on her wedding night, Mrs. De Koven, because of her love for her husband and her wounded pride, elects to live her life alone, seeing her husband only when formalities demand. One day while driving home, De Koven sees Tina Pierce, a child of the slums who bears a striking resemblance to his wife. Believing that it is merely his wife's beauty that attracts him, he installs Tina in an apartment and surrounds her with luxury, attempting to replicate his wife, only to discover that he loves Muriel more than her beauty or money. Spurned by Muriel once again, De Koven decides to leave for Europe. Tina, aware of De Koven's love for his wife, attempts to reconcile the pair. When Muriel learns that her husband has not touched a cent of her money but has made himself invaluable to her father's business, all obstacles between them are ...
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