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is almost instantly follows cyn
ide poison, but, 20 minutes were
required to dissolve the capsule.
Miss Inez Hanscomb, Avis' in
timate friend, called Richeson "by
'phone an hour after Avis died.
"I told him Miss Linnell had died
suddenly and it was desired he
come immediately," she testifies.
"He said in a calm voice: 'Is
Miss Linnell dead? But why did
you call me?' I told him he was
her only friend nearby and he
asked me if she had said anything
before she died. I said she had
" 'Well said he I remember I
baptized her three years ago. I
know her folks at Hyannis, but I
do not know why I should be
called. Call up her sister in
Brockton.' I told him he had had
lunch with Avis that day. 'Oh,
you are mistaken"he answered.1'
Whatever may have been the
secret thoughts of Richeson that
fateful Saturday night he acted
well his part, and on the follow
ing day in he Cambridge church
he preached a sermon on "Could
we have only known' and, de
ferred to the death of a-beautiful
girl who had at onevtrmcDeen
his parishioner. $!
With unusual fervofnerned
his congregation to jppSre for
"death, knowing' rt?tr the hour
when the summons might come,
and concluded with a -powerful
exhortation upon the insidious
temptations of city life and the
uncertainty of the mortal span !
(To be concluded Monday.)
Do your swatting now; '"X
ABOUT PEOPLE. '
The only "this yearns" bride in
the diplomatic society .aflWash-
mgton is MmcMal
bran, who was mar
ried to the first sec
retary of the Argen
tine legation just a
few days before her
husband r e c e ived
Edward Stone, a
between C h i c a go
and Libert vllle,
111., found $25,000 in money on
his train. The generous ; owner
gave-hlm $1 for returningit.
o o - I .
OUR PRECISE ARTIST.
4 & (HEReiSMY,) t
AvI pay envelope!
"Paying his fairl"
Wanted Two live men at
Roselawn cemetery. So run an
ad in a Vermont paper. "