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heart "You cannot conceive that I
am so weak."
"But you, too, can be strong,
heart," said my mind, "and as Mol
lie says, 'until you are, you can 'never
be sure at what place you will not
utterly fail,' and then even I can
not predict or alleviate the conse
quences." I went to the telephone and called
up Eliene's number. "Will you ask
Mrs. Symone to come to the phone,
tell her Mrs. Waverly wants to speak
to her." '
As soon as Eliene heard my voice
she broke down. I could hear her
voice full of tears. "Oh, Margie,
Margie, I am so glad to hear you
again. I was afraid you would let our
ear friendship close because of your
. "I am coming over to see your
baby, dear, if you will send the car
T "Oh, will you? Ill come after you
immediately. I want you to hear
what Budge and Toddy say about
her. They make me laugh every day
with their quaint ideas about her and.
ner relation jto tnemselves.
"I'll be waiting for you, Eliene,
Hear." I, I wonder if I have strength to see
jtier baby and her happiness and
gtaunch the bleeding of my heart
gver the Joss of mine.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow)
3; TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
Ossining, N. Y. Sing Sing prison
ers particular who swims in new pool
built for honor convicts just outside
yard. Started movement to build-a
fjsnce around pool to keep outsiders
.. Janesviller Wis. Body of Winy
jjorcross, former member of board of
university regents and state legisla
ture, missing since Sunday afternoon,
recovered from mill race.
Paris. Through national defense
bonds and obligations France has
borrowed direct 4from her citizens
since beginning of war $1,680,000,000.
ALLIfc& WILL- BLOCK GERMAN
U. S. SHIP PLANS
London, July 14. TJhe -allies, it is
reliably stated today, would not con
sent to any arrangement between
Germany and the United States by
which interned German: liners would
resume their sailings under the.Amer
ican flag with a GermanAmerican
understanding that they carry no
contraband to England.
Cable dispatches from the Berlin
bureau of the United Press, reporting
that the German foreign office had
approved such a proposal, excited
keen interest in official circles today.
But it was the unanimous opinion
that both the British and. French for
eign offices would slate flatly to
Washington, if such a proposal were
formally made, that it could not be
entertained by the allies.
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Public- playground to be started on
Wabash av. between 22d and. 23d.