Attempting to remove the bracelet that conceals the proof of Ruth Hope's (Arline Pretty) true identity, nasty J. Haviland Hunter (Fred Jones) is interrupted by both Tom Thurston (Henry Sell) and the mystery woman. Hunter and the woman make their escape through the tunnel leading to the garden and Tom trails Ruth to the office of attorney Ralph Gordon (Jack Newton). Gordon declares his love and devotion, but she confesses not to harbor any romantic feelings toward him. Gordon then threatens to reveal her secret and reminds the girl of the incriminating evidence stored in the safe of Dr. Paul Lepel. An eavesdropping Tom hurries to Dr. Lepel's address. At Lapel's sanatorium, Tom pretends to be there for Ruth, who needs treatment. Although the good doctor (J.W. Driscoll) is surprised that Miss Hope needs another treatment ("I have never performed it twice but it can be done!"), he agrees to operate for the price of 2,000 dollars. "Miss Hope may be so changed that recognition will be impossible," Dr. Lepel adds mysteriously, after which they both enter the basement through a secret trapdoor. Dr. Lepel shows Tom a small metal container and hands him a key. "Open it. It will explain the secret of Ruth Hope -- who she once was." On the floor above, an eavesdropping Ruth is suddenly faced with the villainous Hunter.
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