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THE ROUSING OF MR. BRADEGAR

Mr. Bradegar also noticed again that his heart had evidently caught on to this thing even before it had waked him. It was slackening down from a more rapid pace. "Dormio, sed cor ..." he quoted to himself.
Two A.M. The heart should now be at its slowest. Poor old thing, having to put in some overbeats, when it should be on its half time. Mr. Bradegar was sensibly concerned-not alarmed-about his heart. "Guest and companion of my clay," he quoted again; a little more sadly and secularly this time; for sixty years beating away to get him enough energy-to be born, to fight at school, row himself blind at college, pull himself, for a dozen seasons, to the top of two score Alpine "firstclass".peaks, and leap down the throats of "the opposing attorney" and his witnesses, day after day, for half a lifetime. It was a reputable record for a soft piece of sinew which has to be as precise as the best clockwork and as ready as a rattler. He must give it a chance. That is what Wilkinshaw, the big heart man, had said. "Give it a chance=" and give me a hundred dollars for asking you to do what you intend! Easy job, these big doctors; easier than ours in the courts. I'd never have been able to pay to ask him to disapprove of the pace I've had to live at if I hadn't worked harder than he ever had to work. "Give it a chance!" I never could let my heart or anyone else have a chance till I was over fifty. Heart and head, lungs and liver, kidneys and skin, all had to stand the racket, or give if they couldn't.
That was why he was alone. Mabel wouldn't stand for it, nor the two girls. They sided with their mother. Girls usually don't. One of them nearly always likes her father. But both went with Mabel. "Mental crueltyl" If all day you've been

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