(III) (1913)


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  • Harold Hammond sees a young girl accosted by a masher and immediately goes to her defense. Instantly a fight. The masher draws his gun but Hammond is quicker and the masher drops. Hammond flees and no trace of him is found. Years afterward a girl visiting an Indian settlement in the wilds of Arizona is surprised to meet a white man living with the savages and becomes interested in his story. The story he tells proves him to be Harold Hammond, the man who so gallantly defended the girl to whom he is talking. She tells him that the man he shot recovered later and received the penalty of the law for his offense. Hammond has long dreamed of the girl and she, having long longed to reward him, gives him her heart when he asks it.


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