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same men in bod'', buf separate
personalities in all else. t
"I am living in hop and prayer
that George will return"to"liim
self," said1 Mrs. Kelly after her
husband failed to -recognise her.
"The doctors -say they 'do not
think he will. -But I am praying.
"$Vhat about my plans?' Oh, I
haven't any. If he doesn't want
me now, I can't live with him. He
doesn't know me and doesn't
know about our past life. But' I
have not given up hope.1'
Rogers is still under observa
tion at the Providence hospital
here. Under the most? rigid prob
ing he has not betrayed a shadow
of knowledge of his former, self
as George Kelly.
By W.,C-Cotton, M. D.
Poor ventilation is the indirect
cause of a large proportion of dis
eases. Rooms warmed by gas or oil
stoves require special attention to
insure proper ventilation.
One lighted lamp or gas jet in
-a room spoils more air than five
or six people.
Always remember hat 'the fun
damental source of warmth for
the body Is within and that too
much external heat puts out the
Draughts, being merely fresh
air, are not as dangerous as folks
are wont to think, but beware of
getting one on the back of your
feet in cold weattherT Keep them
waTm and dry, for wet, cold feet
are a prolific source of trouble.
Breathe through your nose, es
pecially in" street cars and when
there is a high wind. For the
nose is provided with filters that
catch and hold fcold, germs that
would get into the system if
breathed through the mouth, and
this particularly.in your children.
Don't stay in a g car, theater,
church or other meeting place
"when the air is offensively charg
ed with effiuvia from the lungs of
the people there. It's better to
hear folks call you a crank than
to hear them say "How natural
Sprinkling the neck and shoul
ders when washing every morn
ing is beneficial to us as rajn and
sunshine are to be- flowers and
-o o ; '
v UPLIFTI&S INDIA.
King George-and Queen Mary
are going to India to attend.the
Durbar. Cost of trip, $600,000.
That's just fare, bed and board.
Cost of festivities, $5,625,000, all
of which is. glitter to dazzle Indian-eyes.
In all, this r,oyal jour
ney and its attendant celebration
will cost not less than ten of
All to keep "India contented
with British rule.
Wouldn't you think a king
could.' invite some better plan to
arouse .the enthusiasm and grati
tude of a half-starved people?
neck. This IS dangerous.
Why qoesn t the mayor get
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