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over as soon as you could see any
one." "I can't see her, Dick, don't let her
"Why, Margie," said Dick in sur
prise, "don't you love Eliene? You
will break her heart by refusing to
"Let her come," I said, wearily-
Oh, sonny, nobody but your moth
er, dear, will remember for long. It
will be like sticking a knife into my
heart to see Eliene and know she is
so happy with her baby.
I caught Dick's look of horror as
I said I did not want to see Eliene and
"I'm all right, dear, but just now
the sight of Eliene's happiness in her
daughter seems almost more than I
"My poor girl," murmured Dick as
he kissed me.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow)
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