The bullet fired by Attorney Gordon (Jack Newton) in chapter 14 of the serial A Woman in Grey only grazed Ruth Hope (Arline Pretty), much to the relief of the girl's ardent suitor, Tom Thurston (Henry Sell). At the Amory residence, George Haynes (formerly named J. Haviland Hunter and played by Fred Jones), confronts Ruth, whom he accuses of being not only his stepsister, but also the woman who murdered his mother, the Amory housekeeper. "Unless you lead me to the Amory fortune in this house, I'm going to hand you over to the police," Haynes hisses. But the law is already in the house and Haynes is arrested. "There is Florence Haynes, the murderess!" the cornered villain exclaims pointing at Ruth, who confesses. "But there is the real murderer of Mrs. Haynes -- her own son," exclaims the mystery woman, who proves to be the missing Amory maid Mary Edwards. Mary explains how she has shielded George Haynes all along because the bounder had sworn that he loved her. George himself is killed attempting to escape and at the stroke of midnight, Amory (John Heenan), now in possession of both codes, finally locate his father's secret treasure. Explaining that the late Mrs. Haynes adopted her, Ruth/Florence produces a photograph of her real mother that reveals her real identity, that of Amory's long-lost daughter.
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