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I could not get this nqws of Mr. Hat
ton 'out of my mind. What e,ffect
would it have On Mollie? I amlifraid
that when she knows it she will think
that it is he instead of Pat that she
So this is why he has been so care
ful to Tteep away from her. It is
wo$se than death for him and I
should not be surprised if it did not
complicate Mollie's outlook upon
If everybody had been perfectly
open about it from the first every
thing would have been all right. It
does not do to keep such things
I hate to tell Dick, for I am sure
that, man-hke, he will not for a mo
ment understand what it will mean
if Molhe is in love with Mr. Hatton.
So many people have intimated, ht-
-vtle book, that I talk too much, but
surely if one talks about one's per
sonal affairs to those one knows is
interested in them there will be no
near tragedies as this one promises
(To Be Continued Tomorrow)
BITS OF NEWS
Proclamation of Gov. Dunne or
ders flags at half mast Thursday,
50th anniversary of Lincoln's, death.
W. H. Mann, Woodstock, III., lost
$150 cash and draft for $750 to pick
pocket in 5-cent show at Clark and
Dorothy Antiss, Oak Park, over
come by gas when water boiling over
put out fire under kettle. Revived.
C. V. Swan, gardener, Glen Ellyn,
killed by Chicago, Aurora & Elgin
Workman MFg Co. suing Thomas
Halpin, printer, for $50,000, charging
WHOLE TOWN BEAR ALSO BARE
Redding, Conn. Whole town is
barricaded because reports of wild
bear have been verified by discovery
of farm animals clawed up.
J. M. Sims, 55, 545' N. Dearborn,
suicide. Gas. Financial troubles.