A Lady Surrenders
A wealthy industrialist's wife gets into a big argument with him; to cool off, she goes on an ocean trip. He thinks she's left him for good, so he marries another woman. When his first wife returns, complications ensue.
Winthrop Beauvel and his wife, Isabel, have a big argument and she huffs out and goes on an ocean voyage. Winthrop thinks Isabel has left him for good, gets a divorce although he still loves Isabel, and takes up light-housekeeping with Mary, whom he also learns to love. Isabel returns and is not happy about sharing her husband with another woman,especially since Isabel is the first-wife-of-record and Mary isn't. Mary is so taken with Winthrop's happiness that she decides to commit suicide in order to keep Winthrop and Isabel together. But then she has a second thought that indicates good-hearted and liberal Isabel isn't adverse to sharing. Winthrop smiles.
—Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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