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rrrVwf yV" T'"f ''w,y"
a-helpingrjhandtlp theH- oyerbur?
dened heart: ' "" . .t -
'- Once upop-a time whisky -was
extensively use'd as a itimujant,
but progressive physicians now
hpl'dnthat its employment, is dan
gerous, -and other, meases are
npw-ppHed. Fresh (fattt want
ed) air, and-pjenty, of it, -is tlje
thiqg most meedejd Tenjs and
hospital roofs aiie the best "places
to' bring a -pneumonia p&tjenjtto.
heath. -;. " ! v ;
f.In'thejoldsdays the pfersonafA
'hotj clpse" room's aqd
alIsQFfs Jqf pWerful,dVbgswere
tgkenyTDdayrgppd ittirsing is
khftWfUt&ibe superfor-ib 'drug's;'
xpepmentsarer ndWf- being'
muc;1 wu-4 new ,vdi,wuc ni,
pneumonia- The" vast technical
dftficuuiesviri the wav ob produc
ing' apn'eumonia'anti'-toxjh 'Has
lj2dto'th'e injection of preventive
d0ses;6i. killed pneumonia germs,
the'pneumqeocci. ' T?tfere seems,
tobesome (promisevat last for'a
cpnquest,of bne'bf oufdread'inal
stdies i . -
.The-man who hardens- himself
by cold bath's and- cold "rub
downs", in the morning-and by
wearing rational clothes, isfar
less aptJtb"faH'a victim than ith,e
man whofbathe's in-hot water and
bundles himself 'up 'ihjao'surdly
heayy 'underclothes. Sailbrs and
savages, seldom'haye piieumonia,
clerkS'arfd .in'ddpr workers gener-aUy-fairbeforeitoften.'
,&. manfwith a-half' a" pint' of
whisky in his "stomach feels'snug
and, warm., -In' reality hisi-boflily
and fluids'of his
body are'welfilc'ahcl stunned.
Ftigue.and other excesses also
cause the 'natural" powers of re
sistance of ' the, body to disap
pear. Overwork, loss, of 'sleep,
worries and intemperance of any
kihdrp&y make! . you a shining
mafkrfDr'ppeumonta. - ,'.
PUTTING 5BIG COPK IN
j Try fQllpwing'i -the 'plan sug-geslted-byra
writer in Popular Me
ciiajxcs. - Take a big cork, cut two
wedges, out of it, at right angles
to ecji other as shown in the pic
f urepress'the resulting'points to
geth'6riand .the. cork will 'go into
the neck ofitfie little.'bpttle slick
as you please.
A Limerick; "
The manager said "Can you
'. - act.-.
The maiden replied : "It's a fact
That I can't, but you know
I've" been abducted and so
I'll fill up your house with my
.act.":: j. .
temperature 'is. .considerably! ;be-1