Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Gerald Faulkner (Albert Ray) has a rich uncle (George Hernandez) who promises him a 100,000 dollars if he will marry within 48 hours. As he is engaged to chorus girl Carlotta LaMere (Leota Lorraine), that should be an easy task. But it turns out that she is involved with the uncle and would rather be with him and his millions than with Gerald and a measly hundred thou. All is not lost, however -- Gerald notices a cute stenographer in the office across the hall from his. He asks the girl, Norma Martin (Elinor Fair), to help him by participating in a mock wedding so that he can get the money. She agrees, but the fake minister they think they're using turns out to be real. The two are wedded in fact, but everything turns out all right because they discover they love each other after all. Meanwhile, Gerald's aunt (Lule Warrenton) sends Carlotta packing, and the uncle (who had been kidding about the money) coughs up the dough to his nephew.