compels Cora, 19, to go about on
crutches. Yet this crippled girl does
all the housework, waits on an invalid
mother and an ailing father and
cooks for the family and tfireejjoard
crs! Now, when I got a letter from
her recently, saying that one of the
boarders had broken his leg and she
was also waiting on him, I knew it
was time for me to do something!
"Foor fellow,' she wrote. "He has no
relatives here and I should hate to see
him go to a "hospital. Besides, we
need the board money!'
"My husband is poor," Mrs. Ken
ner continued, "and we have just
enough money to keep ourselves. I
know that if I can bring Gladys and
Cora to Philadelphia thejr can be
cured as 1 was. The .doctor who, by
injecting a solution of the glands of
sheep, restored my decayed spine has
promised that if I can get Gladys and
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Smith, telling why she could not accept the offer of $550 for her spine AND
BODY. She says that she wants to leave her body so that her daughter will
knowlt'is the body of her mother she is burying. v
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