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lie needed, but the cure for a soul
grown suspicious by isolation from
Dr. Gray took off the bandages.
"Well, sir?" he demanded.
"Pop" Hendon leaped out of his
chair. """ --
"I can see!" he screamed, clasping
Gray violently by the hands. "Lord, I
can see again. Doc, how good the
With which sentiment the doctor
was in entire sympathy, as he drew
Alice toward him and kissed her. And.
'Top" Hendon beamed on them
through his heavy lenses.
LONG SLEEP NEEDED BETWEEN
Nine or ten hours of quiet, undis
turbed sleep are needed by every
growing child. Have the pillow fit the
child, for the bones are still soft and
pliable. Remember the fresh air. The
child has little reserve force. His
nerve cells are quickly exhausted. Re
laxation, rest, sleep are the only ways
of charging them again.
1 THE LAW
By Lulu Nethaway
'Twas but yesterday a demon in hu
Took the life of my dearest friend.
He was a fiend of the drug cocaine,
But this would be the end.
The law would guard him closely
And punish him for his crime,
Because with a mind not his own
He murdered and now must serve
But the beast who sold the drug to
Is fined and goes forth once more
To distribute the peace destroyer
And make criminals as before.
'Judge Robert H Terrell is the only
negro judge in the United States. He
was appointed a civil justice in the
District of Columbia by President
Roosevelt in 1902.
DREW'S CLEVER DAUGHTER !N:
New York. Miss Louise Drew,
clever daughter of John Drew, is
playing a double role this season and
she's making a brilliant success of
both of them.
In "It Pays to Advertise," one of
the Broadway comedy successes,
Miss Drew is the bright particular
star, and in the social drama as it is
played on Fifth av. she also shines
with starlike brilliancy.
Miss Drew is one of. the few New
York actresses who has equal prom
inence in -society and in thetheater
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