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With Mr. Leonard in the cast are
Ella Hall, Harry Carter, Alan For
rest and Seymour Hastings. It s a
two. reel Rex and was released Oct.
The stranger "and his daughter ar
rive at the mountain lumber camp,
the destiny of which is in the hands
of the boss and bully, Olaf Ericson.
Ericson, used to having whatever he
desires, casts covetous eyed upon the
fresh beauty of the girl, and is over
come with anger when he discovers.
that she is accepting the atenuons of
one of the lumbermen in his employ.
He interferes and receives a sharp
slap in theface for his rudeness. This
seems to bring hirq to see hitdself and
things in a different light, and he
seeks out the girl with 'an apology.
He then determines to win the girl
through fair means.
He accepts an invitation from the
girl and the favored lumberman, and
they go out on the lake in a canoe.
While on the lake, Olaf is summoned
back to camp. There he finds a sec
ret service officeh and learns that he
is searching for the girl's father. Olaf
has a mental struggle, his love for the
girl dominates, and lie tells the officer
that he does -not know his quarry. He
goes to the brink of the lake where
he sits in meditation.
The canoe containing .the girl and
the lumberman upsets, and at once
the lumberman proves himself a cow
ard by swimming off. Olaf rescues
the girl and carries her back to camp.
Meanwhile the secret service officer
discovers the stranger, who tries to
escape. Olaf follows the two men out
into the forest, where he witnesses a
gun fight in which they are both
Olaf carries the stranger's body
back to camp, where the sorrowful
girl tells him their story. They had
come' out into the wilderness to live
down a criminal past. Olaf comforts
her, and he has been so good to her
that when he -whispers a certain
something, she sinks into Ins strong
ONE KILLED. MANY HURT, WHEN
CARS CRASH IN TUNNEL.
One manwaff' killed and a dozen
people badly hurt in . street car
crasB. in the Van Buren tunnel last
The collision came when the trol
ley pole of one car jumped from the
wire and, left without power, the car
stopped. A second car plunged swift
ly to meet it mdfthey crashed at the
bottom of the tunnel.
Carl Nellls, employed by the Union
League Club, riding on the platform
of the second car, was killed and the
motorman of the same car, Claire
Kunes, suffered a fractured skull. He
will probably die.
The crewt of the first car was
blamed for the smashup. Instead of
flagging, the car following, the con
ductor climbed to the top of his car
to' fix tfce pole and the motorman
stuck to his post
SAYS DAT HE DONT
CRRE WHETHER pfl
NEXT PRESIDENT flS
long as TH' price
DONT GO, UP.'