Lawyer Peter Donaldson (Ernest Glendinning) spends so much time working with poor clients that it breaks him financially. So he decides to commit suicide and gets poison which has been invented by a chemist friend. After he takes it, Donaldson has seven days before it kills him. He decides to spend his last week on earth living it up, and along the way he gets entangled in the lives of a girl, Ellen Arsdale (Winifred Kingston), and her opium addict brother, Ben (George LeGuere). He saves Ben from his addiction and from being accused of a crime he didn't commit; he also falls in love with the girl. Luckily, the chemist discovers that his formula is no good, so in the end Donaldson and Ellen are able to be together. This picture was based on the novel by Frederick Orin Bartlett.
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