Cast & Crew
Peggy, a young salesgirl in a department store, finds a box containing a masquerade costume and an invitation to a ball to be held at the home of the wealthy Austin Pratt. In a spirit of mischief, she goes and meets Pratt's son George, who falls in love with her. George's father suggests that Peggy live with them for a trial period of two months, hoping that this will cure his son's infatuation. Meanwhile Hal, Peggy's former sweetheart whom she had rejected after he chose the path of indolence, reforms, finds a job and begins to lead a productive life. Unable to adapt herself to the ways of the rich, Peggy's actions soon cause George to lose interest in her. She remains, however, and sows the seeds of love about her, finally bringing happiness to all. At the end of two months, Peggy returns to Hal and they are married.
Motography called this film Weavers of Destiny, and it was listed in release charts as The Weaver of Life. A modern source quotes Helen Hayes concerning this film: "It was probably the worst film ever made-so bad that it was actually shelved in days when everything was shown! However, three years later, when I had my name in lights on Broadway for the first time, the producers dug the old film out and played it at a theatre across the street."