Unless Marion Norman's intended husband can support her in the same style in which her father has, Mr. Norman will not agree to her marriage with Billy Wallace, and threatens to disinherit her if she disobeys him. Marion has been a spoiled child and used to having her own way and she marries Billy. They start housekeeping on Billy's small income and they certainly have their "ups and downs" when the young wife tries to do her own housekeeping and furnish her home with all the luxuries to which she has been accustomed. Regardless of their income, she insists upon flowers for the table, which breaks the bank, and notwithstanding, orders all sorts of choice delicacies from the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker. When she finds her wardrobe diminished, she does not hesitate, secures on credit whatever she needs. She puts her clothes to soak in the tubs, lets the water run over and almost floods the house. She burns her hands while trying to cook and between bills and ills, she ...
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