A large sum of money is exchanged between Mr. Doyle and another man, who pays the money to Mr. Doyle. During the transaction Mr. Doyle's son is sitting at the window and his little daughter is playing with her collie dog, "Jean," on the floor. The father sees the man to the front door, leaving his son and daughter in the room where he left the money on the table. The son leaves the room and the little girl, who is now alone in the room, sees the money, and thinking it is only paper, takes it out in the garden and puts it in the little cradle with her calico doll and cuts one or two of the bank notes into dolls. After the child has gone out the father returns to the room and cannot find the money. He calls the wife; she knows nothing about it, and the father accuses the son of stealing it. The son is indignant, and leaves home. He has hardly left the house when the little girl comes in with the money and gives it to her mother and shows her the pretty paper doll she has made out of one... Written by
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