Monty, a trusted bank employee, is about to be married to Helen Wayne, the president's daughter. En route to the wedding he has a flat tire and is accidentally knocked unconscious; his valet, attempting to revive him, gets him hopelessly intoxicated. At the bride's house, Monty's dislike for the aunt combined with his drunken behavior result in his expulsion, and George Cooper, a rival for the hand of Helen, exaggerates Monty's actions to the Waynes. Some South Americans persuade Cooper to finance a revolution with bank funds; and after stealing the money, he sends Monty to South America with the funds. Aboard ship Monty encounters Helen and her father, as well as the crooks, and after a series of whirlwind battles he saves the money and is exonerated by his sweetheart's father.