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December 12, 1901

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iin iim'a urn| m| n n. ..The FdJbusters of Venezuela.. : Or the Trials of a Spanish Qirl. By SEWARD W. HOPKINS. $ Copyrighted 1900 by ltobert ]~on~er's Sons. ~l~ CHAPTER XVL~ (Continued.) Lola looked at Lord Chugmough in (:onsternation. "Is he dead?" she cried, "No! He cannot--he must not die!" "He is dead," said Lord Chugmough, sorrowfully. , "Oh, what did he mean? What did he try to say? Could you hear more than I?" They moved away from the dead hero. ".He--well, he made a remarkable statement," said Lord Chugmough, looking puzzled. "He said you had .died. you know." "Oh: he must have been wandering. Death had sent him that relief--the relief of unconsciousness--before the end," she said. "'I do not think so," replied Lord Chugmough. "If ever there was a ~onsclous and rational dying man, he was. I cannot fathom the meaning of what l~e said, but he knew; of that I am sure. One thing he did say that was plain enough. Your Arthur Med- worth, thinking you were dead, has gone off with another girl in a boat." "Oh, I cannot believe that," she said. "'And why should he believe I was