Synopsis by Janiss Garza
A young society man (Herbert Rawlinson) decides to marry a nice country girl (Betty Schade) instead of his Follies girlfriend (Dorothy Davenport). But he can't seem to stay away from his old pals and their wild ways, which apparently include such "shocking" vices as smoking cigarettes and drinking cocktails. Finally he falls asleep one night and dreams that he ruins a young girl and then destroys his own life. When he wakes up to reality, he decides to behave himself from now on and asks his wife to forgive his wicked ways. The clumsy editing of this picture hints that at one point the dream sequence was probably supposed to be part of the plot.