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'' tSdPJiSi.--- ' . J.- " Agvft4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MONDAY; DECEIBEIl 13,1 1915. - :;.'. "bdkitana r. .,c ' .' , !' b -? A v ,;.. , lift v : . v- 7 -. YsflPyWI r u t mmm ' i tasu&aad. Company,-Incorporated. New York A STORY OF Heredity, Romance and Adventure By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE SSSS PAT HE fly Balboa, Producer of "Who Pay' Photoplay by WILL M. RITCHEY & KOBII v?5 rs m t.1 KggmraCTa i 3 $&'?, ? :-i v,1;, w mr $ , of t? ' i W3 tU L J tim m rsrm Another Popular Picture Star Playing the Role of the Detective in THE RED CIRCLE The Red Circle is a force' ful, stirring story of a beautiful, cultured young girl whose better instincts are constantly at war with inherited criminal instincts. This girl, Jane Travis, was cradled in a lawless mining camp, with no Doctor to speed the Mer ciful Hand of the grim reaper. Author of "The Fighter," "The Caleb Conover" and "Syria From the Saddle," who is writing THE RED CIRCLE The Popular Star of the Pathe's "Who Pays?" , Series Who Is Playing the Leading Role in THE RED CIRCLE Only her faithful nurse knew of the terrible secret of the birthmark. A doctor in Chicago, in a now famous case, re fused to per form an oper ation on an unfortunate baby But there was no doctor to decide for Jane Travis. The story of her life, written by Albert Pay son Terhune, will hold your interest from start to finish. "READ THE &TOTI& in "Beginning To-Day Then See the Pathe Pictures At Leading Theatres patheexchanceS No.