Encouraging Symptoms.—“l am afraid that ho is growing weaker,” said the doctor. “ His chances of recovery are very slight.” v Nonsense!” exclaimed the nurse. “ He’ll pull through all right!” ‘‘What makes you think so?” inquired the incredulous physician. “ Because,” admitted the- pretty nurse, “he has attempted to make love to me three or four times to-day.” No Hurry.—An old citizen who had been henpecked all his life was about to die. His wife felt it her duty to offer him such consolation as she might, .and said; “ John, you aro about to go, but I will follow you.” “I suppose so, Manda,” said the old man, wealdy, "but so far as I am concerned you don’t need
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914
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