Valerie West, a beautiful artist's model, falls for wealthy artist Louis Neville. However, his aristocratic family doesn't approve of the relationship and persuades Valerie to promise that she won't marry him. She does, however, tell Louis that she will become his common-law wife on a certain date the following summer. Complications ensue.
It Answers the Cry of the "Moderns"- "Is Marriage Essential?" (Print Ad- Pullman Herald, ((Pullman, Wash.)) 18 January 1924)
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Version of The Common Law