ch makes us unwilling to forgive our debtors? How can you pray, 'Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil,' and drink that which has proved temptation and ev
il to so many? I assure you, Andrew," she said, "that you cannot say a paternoster and drink strong drink." Turning to the father of the young ma
n, she said: "It is a simple fracture, but it will have to be set, and it will need a strong man to do it. You can get a splint while I make the bandages. There now," she said, "take hold of the hand and pul
l it slowly and steadily—this way—see. Now, are you ready?" "Ough!" groaned the young man. "Ough, but you're hurtin' me, you're hurtin' me.
" "There, now, that was well done," she said, feeling the spot carefully. "Now give me the splint." After she had carefully bandaged the arm, she said: "There now, are you more comfortable?" "Yes, thank you, ma'am," he replied. "Now
you must remain in bed for a time in order to give it every chance," she said; "for if yo
u go about with it inflammation may set in and you may lose it. Here is a book which you may read when the time seems long." He glanced at the title. "The Pilgrim's Progress," he said, giving a sly wink at one of his friends. "Shure an I'll be purty hard up for somethin' to do when I read the like o' that." "It is not so bad as it looks, Andrew," she said, good-naturedly, as she shook hands with him on leaving. Soon the mess