Traffic in Souls

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The head of the family.

MARY BARTON  .  . Jane Gail

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Her Sister.

                  Ethel Grandon

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        Her father.

THE INVALID INVENTOR  Wm. Turner.

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        Her fiance.

Officer Burke  .  .  Matt Moore

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"Your sister has been late 
every morning for a week."

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Reprimanded.

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    The man higher up.

WM. TRUBUS  .  .  Wm. Welsh.

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His wife.

                 Mrs. Hudson Lyston.

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His daughter.

                 Irene Wallace.

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The greatest society 
"catch" of the season.

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They who traffic in souls.

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The most infamous type
       of man.

THE CADET  .  Wm. Cavanaugh

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Another who profits by
the wages of shame.

THE CADET  .  Arthur Hunter

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An attempt to escape.

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"What do you think of
    that girl?"

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The man who finances
the social outlaws.

THE GO-BETWEEN    Howard Crampton

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-"A dictagraph."-

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"What kind of a pen is
       that?"

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The "Look-outs" call for
     instructions.

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The man higher up is well
satisfied with the day's
        record.

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Mary is a favorite of
    Mrs. Trubus.

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Off duty.

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His Captain.

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  "Respectable" Smith.
The grey haired inspirer
     of confidence.

               WM. BURBIDGE.

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Off to watch the railroad
        stations.

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"She's a little beauty."

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Just outside the harbor.

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Sent to await the arrival
    of the emigrants.

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The country girl.

               LAURA HUNTLEY.

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The "look-outs" wait for
    the emigrants.

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The emigrant girl's brother.

                WM. POWERS.

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The "frame-up" to get 
rid of the brother.

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"I will take your 
 sisters home."

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The go-between finishes 
 his evil day's work.

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The spoils of their traffic
         in souls.

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  Officer Burke lands his
captives - and their victims
   are placed under the
 protection of the police.

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Waiting for his prey.

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The first move
of the tempter.

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"For God's sake
find my sister."

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"Where is your sister?"

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Burke asks to be assigned
to find his sweetheart's 
      sister.

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A reporter gets the story.

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The peaceful and happy 
good night of the head
of the infamous system.

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The dawn.

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The wife of the man high-
er-up attends a meeting 
  of her pet charity.

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Discharged on account of 
her sister's disgrace.

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Her new position.

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The daily meeting of the 
    social outlaws.

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"This is my private 
    secretary."

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A weekly meeting at the
  office of the man 
      higher up.

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Mary recognizes the voice 
of the man who took her 
     sister away.

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She realizes her employer
and his secretary must be
   in league with the
  infamous traffickers.

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Lunch Hour.

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That night, they secure 
her father's invention for 
intensifying sound waves
and recording dictagraph
sounds on a phonographic
        record.

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Little sister bravely resists
       her captors.

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  The attachment is made
that will allow Mary to get
a phonographic record of
all conversations made in
  both lower and upper 
        offices.

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        Next Day.
The trap is sprung.--Get-
    ting the evidence.

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"Five hundred was too 
much to pay for girl 
    number 364."

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Mary has secured the
     evidence.

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The evidence placed in the 
hands of Burke's Captain.

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  The fiance of Trubus's
daughter brings his father 
and mother to ratify the
      engagement.

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Little sister is near the 
    breaking point.

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Gathering in the 
  go-between.

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The proudest moment of
    Trubus's life.
While his daughter's be-
trothal was being arranged

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"That man has handled all 
the money from the in-
   famous traffic."

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"These are the people you 
   have been backing."

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"The invention of the 
father of the girl you
 sought to ruin will
    convict you."

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"Your conversations are
  on these records in
   your own voices."

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To her father's arms.

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Awaiting trial.

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Out on bail.

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Trubus's wife escapes her 
   husband's shame.

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"You've killed my mother."

THE END

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