(I) (1910)

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It is surprising to what extremes avarice will go to accomplish its object. Just take a good look at Silas Peters and you can readily see what sort of a scoundrel he is, and we are not at all surprised when he is threatened with legal action for obtaining land for the railroad of which he is president, by fraud, from George Merton. He tries to secure- the services of John Turton, a young lawyer whom he thinks he can make use of as a willing tool. Pleased with the offer from the president of a railroad young Turton accepts the offer. Not long afterward Miss Claire Merton calls on Turton and asks him to take her father's case against Peters, and when he learns the true state of affairs recognizes that he is being made party to fraud, goes to Peters, asks him to let him see his agreement to act as his attorney, destroys it and becomes counsel for Mr. Merton. The more Turton and Claire Merton are thrown together the more they like each other, until Turton asks Claire to marry him. She ...

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