Ralph Goodwin, sowing his wild oats, weds Grace Temple, a chorus girl, during a "high time" one night. The realization of what he had done followed the next morning when Ralph's father casts him out. Grace, however instead of proving a butterfly, leaped into the crisis, and, by her encouragement, Ralph proved a success in Wall Street. In a big financial deal Ralph threatens to wipe out his father's fortune. The old man is forced to visit his son and plea for mercy. During this visit he sees that Grace is responsible largely for Ralph's success and forthwith forgives the couple.