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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: Frictional Electricity From -The Saturday Evening Post.- Author: Max Adeler Release Date: October 24, 2007 [EBook #23179] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK FRICTIONAL ELECTRICITY *** Produced by David Widger FRICTIONAL ELECTRICITY By Max Adeler Reprinted by permission of the author, Charles Heber Clark, from -The Saturday Evening Post.- I happened to visit the accident ward of St.
Paracelsus’ Hospital because a friend of mine who is interested in the Flower Mission asked me to stop there during my afternoon walk and give a few flowers to the sufferers. When I had arranged the last half-dozen of the roses in a vase upon the little stand by the bedside of one bruised and battered patient, he looked at me gratefully, and said: -Oh, thank you, sir! And would you mind, sir, stopping for a bit of talk? I’m so lonely and miserable.- I sat upon the chair by the bed and with my hand smoothed the counterpane, while the patient asked me: -Do I really look like a burglar, sir, do you think?- I hesitated to reply as I examined his face.
It was really covered with bandages, but his nose seemed swollen and there were bruises about both eyes. -I don’t wonder you don’t like to speak your mind when you see me here a broken wreck, smashed all up and not looking a bit like myself, sir.
But if you would see me well and strong and all fixed up for going to church you’d say right off that I don’t favor no burglar in looks.- I asked the unfortunate man his name. -Mordecai Barnes, sir, and I’m a journeyman plumber, sir, with a good Sat Apr 01 16:36:30 2017 2 character...

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