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Eope to see you again sometime."
"Thank you," said Harry.
. "But at present," the girl' con
tinued, "I must ask you to excuse
me. Now, what I want you to do
is this go home in the cab which
I will have my servant call." v
"Why why," cried. Harry, ut
terly astounded, "is this really all
you want me to do? Don't you
know this is a most unusual end
ing for an adventure of this kind?
I never read a story in which
there was such an .ending after
such an adventure."
"Well," the -girl replied, aris
ing, '.'you can hardly wonder at
my making the adventure end in
this way when I tell you that I
am how on my way to a meeting
of the 'Society of. the Ameliora
tion of the Commonplace,' of
which I an? president."
.And shejbowed Harry 'out of
the room. ..."
TO FIGHT PRACTICE OF,
Springfield, 111., Dec. 7. Med
ical school graduates and. other
young men who ate preparing
themselves for physicians by act
ing as assistants in hospitals- in
Illinois, but who have not secured
'licenses to practice medicine,
will be' vigorously prosecuted dur
ing the next few weeks, according
to a -statement by Dr. JA. Egan,
secretary of the state board of
According to Dr. Egan, a num
ber of hospitals have been per
mitting inexperienced and unau
thorized youjths to act as assist
ants in the care of the sick and in
jured, -and he intends-to stop" the
practice. - 1
"We notified the hospitals in
Chicago some time ago," said
Dr. Egan, "that unlicensed phy
sicians should hot be allowed to
practice or patients, but so far as
we can learn, the warning has not
been heeded. The board has de
cides!, therefore, to begin prose
cutions without further notice'.'
SUBSTITUTE SHIELD pF
DAVID FOR RED CROSS
Being opposed to(the Christian
cross as an emblem, the Jews of .
Turkey, organizing a. hospital c
corps for the war in Tripoli, have
adopted as. their mark the Shield,
of David, shown above.
The, corps is called the Mogen -David
hospital, ambulance and
medical corps: Its members will
wear on their sleeves the shield of
of David in red the same shield -
King David wore as -a coat of"
arms and later the emblem of Ju
das Maccabeus in his wars for
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