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jiOther corner ofthe .fopm. . The'
lights went' 'out? "andthe -room
-was plunem'dafkness,, whlle:
a' sobbing.' 'breatir'-Jwas heard
.,from where Jrhe'-'fwelvenien sat.1
raise"d: Bis:handr"' - -""'
1, Itis,all.over,,.'hesai&. "Henry
. f Tfm qf owd went:away slowly,
jthough'f fully. 'The "-fiien that
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"Henry Clay'BeSttie; Jr.' and BeulafrBniFord-BeattieVSordid'Love
. - for; .HerJCaused theTragedy. of -"Last July.; j-v "
'The lights (-were 5witch,ed on1
-again, ana oupenntenaent vvoo--fty,
Qf 'the ppni'thiiary, made- K;s
-way from the TbdifhT.lJe walked,
out to Tvhee x thre 'ccow.d was.5
standing rija; drizjjjipg .rajn, -and;
composecT it dld'-naHodk at each
.other. , They walked in silence
toward the;ctty. -
rd-jiHen , an - old -man, with
whiteflips and " Voice curiously
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