排列五图表 鈥業 am to have my 鈥減en,鈥?about which my dharm-nieces joke a great deal. Mera Bhatija is going to cut a slice off his magnificent dining-room, to make a cool retreat for the Auntie. As a bamboo-screen right across would be very unsightly, if seen in its bareness, I am going to have mine covered on both sides. Fancy a screen, twenty feet long and six feet high! I have been very fortunate in securing a most suitable cloth for the cover. A bedroom chintz would have looked quite out of character, but I have bought a native cloth, with an Oriental pattern, very tapestry-like, old-fashioned conventional flowers and birds on a blue ground. It is such a pattern as one might see in a picture, and will not destroy the effect of the Oriental hall. Every one who saw it at once fixed upon it as the thing.... 鈥榊our sweet Mother threw out a suggestion about my going home next year; but it seems to me, love, that if I did so,鈥攗nless circumstances change,鈥擨 should deserve to be shot as a deserter. Even if I were to become blind or paralytic, I believe that it would be well to stick to Batala. I am the only apology for a European Missionary here; and, curiously enough, my very age is an advantage. What might be a great hindrance elsewhere is rather a help here.鈥? "I put the thing in right. There's a receiver in every room, and I've got a sort of central office there. You can listen in on any room you please by just throwing a switch." 鈥淣ot at all; Escobar, in the same passage, suggests expedients for making it lawful: 鈥業t is so, even though the principal intention both of the buyer and seller is to make money by the transaction, provided the seller, in disposing of the goods, does not exceed their highest price, and in re-purchasing them does not go below their lowest price, and that no previous bargain has been made, expressly or otherwise.鈥?Lessius, however, maintains that 鈥榚ven though the merchant has sold his goods, with the intention of re-purchasing them at the lowest price, he is not bound to make restitution of the profit thus acquired, unless, perhaps, as an act of charity, in the case of the person from whom it had been exacted being in poor circumstances, and not even then, if he cannot do it without inconvenience 鈥?si commode non potest.鈥?This is the utmost length to which they could go.鈥? 鈥淭here can be no comparison between them,鈥?was my reply, 鈥渁nd I now begin to hope that you will be as good as your word.鈥? "One would think you had been coming here all your life," said Kate demurely.