A Safety First Film Produced in Co-operation With Public Service Railway Company of New Jersey. General Superintendent Bolen sends John Carlton on a trip to Bridgewood, with instructions to start a "Safety First" campaign in that town. On the very day of his arrival, in saving a little boy who has foolishly tried to cross the tracks ahead of an oncoming streetcar, he is himself knocked down and badly injured. He is taken to the hospital in the auto driven by Edith Weston, daughter of the editor of "The "Sentinel." They become good friends, and upon his recovery, John finds his stay in the town very pleasant. Edith promises the children in her Sunday school class a picnic, and when the Assistant General Superintendent of the road is dining with the Westons, she asks him to let her have a special car to take the picnic party to a park outside the town. They spend a merry day and are returning on the special, tired out, but exceedingly gay and carefree. Meantime, two former employees of ...
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