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judge by ruining the boy. Dent co
operates with a girl known as
"Flashy Nell" and together they
weave a web about the judge's son.
The boy becomes heavily indebted to
Dent, and when, the judge refuses to
give him money he- steals from him.
The next morning the butler is found
murdered before the open safe.
The boy is accused. "Flashy Nell"
loves him. She defies Dent and at
the trial she assures the judge that
she committed the crime. Her real
name is revealed. She is Dent's
daughter. Dent, crushed, confesses
that he is the murderer and in that
moment cries, "I know the futility of
revenge." As an epilogue we have
the boy and Nell commencing life
This two reel Imp drama will be
released Oct 15. Dorothy Philips
and Alexander Gaden play the im
RHINE SONG STIRS KAISER'S
HOSTS TO HEROISM
For generations past the Rhine has
served to inspire the spirit of patriot
ism among Germans, who love to call
it "Father Rhine," "Wacht am
Rheai" was the great national song
which was sung with an extraordi
nary fervor by the German soldiers
aEke in. the hour of defeat and vic
tory in the Franco-German war; be
ing sung before the walls of Paris
in that great campaign which ended
in victory for the Prussian forces.
Truly the the Rhine is a.fit subject
for a national song. Its banks were
the scene of many of the fierce bat
tles for supremacy which took place
between, the Teutonic hosts and the
Romans, whose strongest bulwark it
was; it was there that Gaul and Teu
ton struggled for supremacy in the
generations that followed.
Except during the eighteenth and
the greater part of the nineteenth
centuries, it has always been a pure
ly German river. It became part of
the dividing line between France and
Germany in. 1697, when Alsace-Lor
raine was appropriated by France; in
1870 it was won back by its children
at the point of the sword.
A WISE PUP
ME TbR A Wee
. QUET SIESTA
THIS IS THE UFE!
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Xjfc " Horrid
Clara Senginer, 6207 Magnolia av.,