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The miracle had occurred.
"But why ybn't you go'back?" in
quired the doctor, half an: hour later.
"He is calling for you. You won't' re
fuse to say goodby to him? I thought
you got along so well together A
With shaking knees Nurse Gregory
went back into the room. Graham.
was standing, 'his baggage packed,
ready to"leave: Very "miserably she
held out hen hand.
"Goodby," she whispered.
He caught her in his arms and
pressed her cheek-to his. "Myiove!"
he whispered. "How beautiful you
(Copyright by WG. Chapman.)
"Say, Mistah Scahborough, yo
wife attracted a whole lot ob notice
at de fancy dress ball las'- night."
"Ah" am gratified to hear it. Wuz
dere many remarks made about de
clothes she wore?"
"No; de remarks wiiz wos'ly made
about de clothes she left off."
"Look a-hear, sah, mah wife am a
woman who dresses accordin' to high
"Well all de same sfie had on a
dress wif a mighty low neck."
"Why she's old enough to be your
mother. Her two daughters are com
ing out in sassiety dis. winter."
"Yass, and she wuz more dan half
way out herself."
"Ah warns yo', wuffles fellow, to
git less flippant in yo' comments."
"Ah ain't goin' to commens Ah'm
-done finished." '
"Thank yo'! Dab puts a "different
complexion on de subject.?-
"Ah thought she had a different
"Why can't yo' take a more liberal
view ob de matter."
"Huh, everybody said-dey had a
more liberal view dan dey expected:"
"Am yo' slanderin? mah wife again,
fAh'ni only-statin' bare facts."
"Lemme tell yo' somefin, dere ain't
nuffin in.de constitution dat prevents
mah wife selectin' her own "costume."
"Well, it certainly am a. strong con
stitution or she'd'catch cold."
"The next thing on the program is
a little melody by Mr. Vandyke enti
tled, 'Her Penciled Eyebrows Kept
Her Warm.' "
Put into a buttered baking dish
six or seven pared and cored apples.
Mix to a smooth paste with cold
milk, five tablespoons of flour, and
add the yolks of three eggs, well
beaten. Then add one teaspoon of
salt .and the whites of the eggs well
beaten. Then more milk, using one
pint in all. Pour this mixtures over
the apples and bake one hour in a
moderate oven. Serve with any good
Air more than ,70 per cent saturat
ed with moisture is very oppressive
when it is hot and very chilUng When
it is cold. Air less than 50 per cent
saturated with moisture " dries the
skin, throat, nose and bronchial
tubes and causes infection when the
air contains dust and bacteria.