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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 07, 1912, Image 3',
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those who loved me best. Things
grew blacker than even my-blind
eyes had made them before.
"I didn't fear. I didn't even
thjnk. I just drifted, without an
effort, without a thought, into
had ever seen.
saw a dazzling
than any fire I
From out the
gret, golden .flame I saw two
hands, while a voice, clearer than
any I had ever heard, said : "Dor
othy, your sufferings are over.
Get up ! You can walk !"
"Then I heard mother asking
me if I knew her."
Dr. Norman, an eminent Lon
don physician, who had given her
but a few brief hours oi life that
Sunday morning, was nonplussed
when he saw his patient Monday.
"Her's is the most unusual case
I have known," he said. "I should
have said Saturday evening that
it was quite impossible for her to
have ever stood for one moment
again upon her feet, and now I
just saw her running down stairs.
I don't- know what to say -about
Meanwhile Dorothy is wearing
her sister's clothes, for she her
self has been an invalid so many
years that her wardrqbe is ex
NOTED WOMAN LEAVES
FORTUNE TO CHARITY
Omaha, Neb., March 7. The
deep mystery of the life of Anna
Wilson, Omaha's notorious scar
let woman, is" sealed by the grave.
Nobody knows who she was or
tw.here she came from.
When she "closed her resort last
summer shergavetthe property to
the city forjuscasian' emergency
hospital.-...! verbal great protest
against "tamfed. money!'. the city
council accepted it.
Now her-will-has1 been) filed for
probate'and it is found she left an
estate-of nearly a quarter of a mil
lion, . practically all to charity.
The property is itemized as folr
Real estate J $103,500.00
Cash. . ..., 12,509.50
Automobile..-. m 1,000.00
Furniture, etc ...... 1,243.25
Furs , 395.00
Jewelry. . . ...,'... 3,332.65
Silverware .;.:..: 48.50
Notes and 'mortgages."" 113,900.00
'. " $235,928.96
Anna .Wilson, -was the chief