"Are you Mary Edwards or Florence Haynes?" Dastardly J. Haviland Hunter (Fred Jones) demands to know, having surprised Ruth Hope (Arline Pretty) in the second chapter of A Woman in Grey. Ruth had survived her fall from the railroad bridge by landing on top of the freight train below. After a rather bumpy ride, she was rescued by Tom Thurston Henry G. Sell), the handsome secretary of retired district attorney Amory (John Heenan). Meanwhile, Amory and his niece Paula Wynne (Margaret Fielding) were busy perusing a paper they believed to be a code to the Amory mystery. Alas, the paper was snatched by the ever-present Mr. Hunter, who then fled upstairs. This is where he encountered the pretty but foolhardy Miss Hope, who had scaled the steep wall of the Amory home. When Ruth refuses to remove the bracelet covering a scar that may prove her true identity, Hunter viciously attacks her with a dagger.
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