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TAKES BEE" STING CURE
LongJ3each, Cal. Win. Frank is
now entirely free from rheumatism"
he contracted while fighting for the
United States in the Philippines in the
Spanish-American war. Frank resort
ed to the bee-sting cure. He was at
tacked by a swarm of bees that num
bered at least 1,000.
Frank was very low for a time as a
result of the stings. He was uncon
scious for hours', and Dr. W. H. Smith
qf the Long Beaph sanatorium work
ed over him for an hour and a half,
before hcbrought him out of danger.
When Frank recovered he, and Mrs.
Frank picked out 85 stings that the.
bees hadlerf In His 'hands and legs.
A week or so after his recovery,
Frank realized that he was no longer
bothered by rheumatic pains.
If his rheumatism ever returns,
Frank states he will again resort to
the bee cure, although he wil not
take such a severe treatment as be
fore. . "Fifteen or twenty bee stings," says
Frank,. "witf cure the severest form
Prank is now able to- lift his legs
up in front of him, throw his arms
about in aSiy direction and indulge in
any kind of muscular effort some
thing he could not do before he took
the bee cure.
Turkish soldiers are all broken up
over an order to use knives and forks
at their meals, instead of their fin
gers. They call it French barbarism
and expect to be ordered to arm
themselves with handkerchiefs next.
The percentage of marriages
among women leaders of university
activity is figured at 50 in a bio
graphical history of the presidents of
the Associated Women Students of
the University of California.
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TIME IS MONEY
AN' MONEY TALKS
BUT B'GOLLY THERE
fllNTN0 MONEY IN