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John W. Noble
Margot married Wood Harding, the illustrator, ignorant of the fact that he was already married. When the first Mrs. Harding threatens to sue for bigamy, Margot, to save the man she loves, denies the marriage. Through a mutual friend, she meets novelist Austin Bland, who falls in love with her, and Margot consents to marry Bland after informing the artist that her heart belongs to another. Bland is writing a new novel, "The Power of Decision," and his publisher has engaged Wood Harding to illustrate the book. It is Bland's wish that his wife pose as the heroine, and so Margot once again meets Harding, who tries to exert his old spell over her. Harding asks her to run away with him, and Margot is torn until she reads a passage from her husband's book that states that in times of crisis, the power of decision between right and wrong rests with the individual. Realizing that she must assume the guidance of her own destiny, Margot remains true to Bland, the man who has always been decent to her.