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tuberculosis in this ary-air depart
ment. None , of f our men treated in
this steel tempering room have died
of the disease, and most of them
show improvement in some re
spects." The work" the-consumptives -do is
measured - according ' to their
strength, and' doctors watch them
daily to see that they do not, in their
new enthusiasm arid hope, ov,erdo
the working'part of the treatmerit
" "I "have visited consumptive col
onies in Colorado and sanitariums
for treatment of tuberculosis in all
parts of the United States," declared
Judge Neil to Ford, "and nowhere did
I find one with the unfailing record
of this new mechanical h'ospital."
(Another Otto McFeeley story will
appear in Friday's Day Book in which
the writer tells about. Ford's Cancer
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In the For.d Factory Tuberculosis Sanitarium With the Patients Ford and,
Neil in Foreground.
T. R. STARTS POLITICING
Oyster Bay; N. Y., June 25. Col.
Roosevelt started in today being poli
tician and" no a geographer. He is
sued -blistering statement attacking
Pres. Wilson and administration for
"belated payment of blackmail" to ,
Columbia proposed in pending treaty.