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dozen times she stopped in front of him and stood quite still. Though he kept his eyes closed he knew that she was looking at him.
" Is there anything I can do, Doctor?" she said. He started.
" Why, what should there be?"
He gave her a glance and saw that her eyes were deeply troubled.
" You look dreadfully ill," she said. "I'm in great pain."
" I know. I can see that. Can't something be done?" "No, it'll pass off presently."
She hesitated for a moment then went away. Presently she returned.
" You look so uncomfortable with no cushions or anything. I've brought you my own pillow that I always travel with. Da let me put it behind your head."
He felt at that moment too ill to remonstrate. She lifted his head gently and put the soft pillow behind it. It really did make him feel more comfortable. She passed her hand across his forehead and it was cool and soft.
" Poor dear," she said. "I know what doctors are. They haven't the first idea how to take care of themselves."
She left him, but in a minute or two returned with a chair and a bag. The doctor when he saw her gave a twitch of anguish.
" Now I'm not going to let you talk, I'm just going to sit beside you and knit. I always think it's a comfort when one isn't feeling very well to have someone near."
She sat down and taking an unfinished muffler out of her bag began busily to ply her needles. She never said a word. And strangely enough the doctor found her company a solace. No one else on board had even noticed that he was ill, he had felt lonely, and the sympathy of that crashing bore was grateful to him. It soothed him to see her silently working and presentl} he fell asleep. When he awoke she was still working. She gave

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