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"She bowed her head and tried to
lead me from the room.
"Margie, I went all to pieces. I
threw myself across the bed. I called
I fairly shook the frail cold form
in my vehemence.
" 'Mother! Mother, darling! Speak
to me just once. It is Paula, your
little Paula. Mother, dearest, come
back and get me. I can't stay here
"The nurse quietly took me away
from the bed, although I used all my
strength to keep her from doing so.
She led me from" the room and at the
door of my room I found my faithful
" 'I came back because I thought
you would need me, Miss Paula;'
Then she took me in her arms, un
dressed me and put me to bed. Al
though the day was warm, my teeth,
chattered and I shook with chill.
Both the nurse and the maid worked
over me. i seemed to be fading away
into the mist of fprgetfulness when,
all at once the raucous voice of a
newsboy below my window shouted,
'Wuxtra, wuxtra, body of V. H. New-
ton found. V. H. Newton, the de
faulting president of the First Na-
tional bank a suicide.' I started upi
with a cry, but some one said, 'Drink
this,' and in a moment or two I knew;
(To Be Continued.)
"WE SHOULD WORRY;'
SAID THE BEAR,
"WITH OUR CAR IN
"WE WILL QUICKLY
LOSE THE COP,
"HE WILL LOSE HIS
BREATH AND STOP.'
"MY GREAT NATION!"
"THERE 5 OUR.
. , oco;iico a1FAD
WEVE BEEN ONLY
"ON A RACE TRACK
FROM A. HOUND."