Helena Brice (Alberta Vaughn), daughter of John Bryce (Charles Hill Mailes), an airplane manufacturer, breaks off her engagement to Bob Kenwood (Thomas Wells) when he refuses to to enlist in the war. John Bryce soon finds his mansion converted into a recreation center for soldiers and is forced to move to a hotel until the troops leave. Each soldier considers Helena his sweetheart, since she gives them all autographed photos, and she is later forced to send a blanket refusal to their respective proposals of marriage. Bob enlists, but Helena returns his ring when he is detailed to factory duty. To evade her suitors, Helena claims to be engaged to Spike Murphy (Syd Crossey), the beau of her maid Daisy Dooley (Babe London) whom she believes to be dead, but he appears to claim her. Bob pursues them in his roadster, followed by Bryce and Daisy. In a final free-for-all, Daisy subdues Murphy and Bob wins Helena.