This comedy melodrama features minor mid-1910s star Jackie Saunders. She plays a bride who can't stop flirting with other men, much to the annoyance of her husband (William Conklin). As soon as the wedding ceremony is over, she is surrounded by an admiring group of old suitors. Then, when the couple spend their honeymoon in a small European kingdom, her flirtatious ways involve her in the country's political unrest. The members of the garrison adore her, even the commandant (Henry Stanley). Count Max, who is detailed to the garrison (Edward J. Brady), takes the young bride boating and hands her a packet to forward to his mother, should he die in battle. Count Max is suspected of being a foreign emissary, and it is believed that the bride is in league with him. They flee from arrest but are captured by brigands. Soldiers snatch the bride from the brigands -- Max has already escaped -- and they throw her in a dungeon. With the help of the American consul, her husband gets her released -- on the condition that the couple leave the country before the crown prince falls prey to the young woman's charms.
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