Even though his widowed mother (Rose Tapley and sweetheart, Mary Putnam (Lillian Walker), disapprove, Worth Stuyvesant (Darwin Karr) insists on going to West Point and becoming a soldier. Ultimately, Mary breaks off their engagement and Stuyvesant goes on a bender. His conduct is reported to the commander, who sends him to the sub post of Del Rio for 60 days of tour duty. There, Stuyvesant meets Lola Montez, an adventuress (Julia Swayne Gordon). With the help of a couple of her pals, Lola gets him drunk and marries him. But Stuyvesant lives up to his duties as a husband and surprisingly, Lola renounces her old ways and becomes a model wife. Because of his scandalous marriage, he is placed under the ban of Coventry -- or ostracized -- by his fellow officers. Stuyvesant and Lola carry on as best they can, and eventually they have a daughter. But Lola dies, and Stuyvesant takes the little girl to his mother, who enjoys caring for her, as does Mary. Stuyvesant is sent to the Philippines where he is mortally wounded in battle. As he dies, he sends word to his mother that the ban of Coventry has been lifted.
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