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That the cause of pellagra is unknown,
though the suspicion against
"spoiled corn" is sufficient to lead to
legislative measures to prevent its
use as food; that there is no known
specific remedy for the diseas.?; that
there is no proof that the malady can
be transmitted directly from man to
man, and that the plague form? one
of the most pressing problems in
American medicine, were the findings
of the National Congress for th* Study
~ 1 1 - a! J i *-i-? A
oi .reiiagra, wmcii ciuscu 1-0 s>ci:uuu
triennial conference in Columbia Friday
night. The session?, whicn lasted
all of Thursday and Fri lay, were held j
at the State Hospital for the Insane, j
The passage or re.- Oiuuciio expressing
the concensus of opinion of the congress
and the election of olficers were
th^ final features of a series of meetings
marked by many deeply scientific
papers dealing with the disease '
which of late years has come into
prominence as a distinct malady with !
which medical men must battle. j
*? Pnilov nio-l-it'o cp.csinri thp rp?n-?
hitions came before the body because
of some seeming obscurity as to one I
or two of their parts. Xo changes |
were made in the resolutions as adopt- J
<?d, however. Dr. W. J. MacXeal, as-!
sistant director of laboratories, post- J
graduate medical school, Xew Yoik. j
proposed an amendment to the para- j
graph dealing with the transmission j
of the disease. He stated that he con- j
sidered the paragraph absolutely true; j
but thought that it capable of misin-,
terpretation, inasmuch as there was I
the possibility of pellagra being trans-j
mitted from one person to another by j
insects or such ether media. Consider- j
able discussion ensued, terminating j
onlv with the withdrawal of Dr. Mac- :
Xeal's amendment. He reiterated in j
withdrawing the motion that the para- i
graph in the resolution was true, al- j
though not clear as to its meaning.
Xew officers were elected. The place j
of next meeting left to the president j
and board of directors for decision. I
The new officers are: Dr. C. H. La-1
vinder. United States public health j
service, president: Dr. .J. F. Siler, captain
medical corps. United States army,
first vice president; Dr. C. C. Bass,
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Orleans, second vice president: Dr. .T.
W. Bibcock, superintendent of South
Carolina State Hospital for the Insane,
secretary, and Dr. J. A. Hayne, president
of the South Carolina State board
of health, treasurer. The new members
of the board of directors are:
Dr. J. J. Watson. Columbia; P. E. Garrison.
assistant surgeon, United States
navy; K. H. Beall. member of Texas
State board of health, and L. J. Pol
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The following are the resolutions
adopted by the conference:
"Whereas, the third meeting of the
National Association for the Study of
! Pellagra is about to close its nost
j successful meeting at Columbia, it
seems fitting before final adjournment
that certain things should be-made
a matter of formal record; therefore,
be it resolved:
"1. That the associatijn desires to
express its apprecia^o-i oi? the courtesies
exhibited by the city of Columbia,
by the authorifes ol the insane
asylum and especially by its pres:dent.
.T. W. Babcock. to whose person.j
r-ncr..v the. ? ucs or th~:s
ing has been largely due,
"2. That this association reiterates
the belief, formerly expressed, that
the ultimate cause of pellagra is unknown,
but it is of the opinion that
in view of the indictment against
'spoiled corn' measures should be tak?n
by proper enactment to prevent its
sale and consumption as focd.
"3 That fhi<5 association expresses
the conviction that uo satisfying evidence
has ever been submitted which
snows pellagra to be directly tran.->
T-itrec' from man to man; and
present state of our knowledge
the association regards measures cf
Quarantine and isolation for the disease
unnecessary and unwise.
"4. That the association is convinc|
ed that there :s at presen: no known
j specific remedy f^r pelligra and any
claim made for the efficacy of any esi
pecial therapeutic agent must be ac!
ceDted with great caution.
"5. That this association recognizes
pellagra in the United States as a matter
c-f great importance to rhe national
public health and notes with approval
:lie interest of the United States public
health service in this subject. It
's hoped the congress of the United
States may appropriate sufficient
funds for the continued extension of
CALL ISSUED TO GREEKS
Country Asks for Their Return Home
to Aid in Government's Position
in Balkin Situation,
Wilmington Star. 4th.
That the Balkan situation is aalrming
is indicated in a telegram received
yesterday movni-jg from Washington
by Mr. D. G. Vanadi, Royil Vice Oo:.sul
for Greec? in Xjrih and South
Carolina, asking liim to nor?:y ail
Greek subjects of the two States tijat
they are needed at home to aid their
government. The message croatod
great Interest among all the Greeks of
this community and much enthusiasm
was shown by rtum.
It is -or improbable that many of
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j the local Greeks wiii answer me can
; of their country and will go to the
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front. The religious service Sunday
morning from 10 to 12 o'clock at St.
James' Chapel will afford a splendid
opportunity to ascertain the number
who will respond to the call. Mr. Va- j
fiadi said that he expected the call to
be answered by thousands of Greeks
in America. The telegram received by
"Washington, D. C., Oct. 2, 1912.
, "D. G. Vafiadi, Royal Vice Consul for j
Greece, North and South Carolina, I
Wilmington, X. C.
"Please communicate Greek subjects j
and newspapers following telegram j
concerning mobilization of the Greek j
" 'Mobilization ordered beginning on j
j midnight, October 1. Are ordered to j
j join the colors, all the reserves of j
| 1900' to 1909, inclusive, and the sol-;
I nnminrr nnitrt'T'i Cir, Viol rvn <ri n Or i
vii^i o Iiuiii V^uuiiu 1^3 uv/ivugtu^ j
to the first, second, third and seventh
recruiting offices and the branch of the
eighth recruiting office and belonging
to the territorial of 1896 to 1899, inclusive.
Reserves excused in year?
1910 and 1911 should present themselves
to their respective corps; the
territorial to the respective recruiting
offices. The reserved officrs have oeeri
called according to advices sent them
by another Royal Decree. In the navv, j
th^ reserves of 1878 to 1888, inclusive, I
are called, and those enlisted in 1910
and 1911 and have not served under
the previous enlistment: corpora 1?,
sergeants of the infantry, artillery,
light infantry, of the territorials 1896
to 1899, inclusive. "
THE GREAT COXXOXEI!
AXD DR. WILSON MEET
Bryan Welcomes Democratic Nomineej
to Lincoln?Crowds .loin Their
> a rues. !.
I ? i
j Lincoln, Xeb., Oct. 5.?"Hello Mr. j
i Bryan, hello, Mr. Bryan."
i "Welcome, welcome, governor." 's
j \\ ith these words alone, a ccrdial,
j handshake brought togetln r here to-;
night for the first time sin.?e the na-j
tional campaign opened the presiden-j
tial nominee of the Demo.-ratio party
and the man who three times was the
standard bearer of the same parly.
As the governor stepped from the i
private car almost into the arms 0i j
Mr. Bryan, there was -> din of cheers, j
Gov. Wilson and Mr. Bryan finally
made their way to an automobile, and,
to an accompaniment of ;ho blowing of
whistles, the tooting of -automobile
norns and the music of bands, they
rode together through crowds which |
lined the streets for blocks.
Joined in Shouts.
1 There were cries of "Bryan and
Wilson," and "Wilson and Bryan." Mr.
Bryan had returned only today from a
six weeks' speaking tour through ti:e
As the crowds press.-d around the
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INTACT, COMPLETE A
DWARFING AND O'
The Traveling Ait
THE ROYAL TEDD
200 E?iropean N
Troupe of Pe
THE DUBLIN GRA
ROY A!, ROMAN
Free Street Parade.
automobile it was with difficulty that]
the street parade began. The crush to j
shake hands with Gov. Wilson blocked j
the movement of the parade, and many j
wanted to shake hands with *\!r. Bry-i
an too. Mr. Wilson sat at first beside j
Mr. Bryan but the latter suggested j
that the governor stand up in the ma- \
chine throughout the jjarade. Mr. Bry- J
an a-it inconspicuously behind him, his j
face wreathed in smiles as Gov. Wil- I
son was kept busy waving his hat in !
acknowledgment of cheers of the
"This is Great."
"This is great," said the governor,
as he turned towards Mr. Bryan frequently.
"Fiue, fine," was Mr. Bryan's
For nearly an hour the street parade
continued and the crowd increas- j
ed until the governor and Mr. Bryan j
took refuge in a hotel.
It was a strenuous day for Gov. Wilson,
as his reception in Omaha, where
he made five speeches, kept him busy
every minute of the time from 9 to 4JiC
Democrats 01 every idcuuu
braska harmonized in the welcome to
him. Senator Hitchcock, Mayor Dahlmann,
of Omaha, and others who opposed
the nomination of Gov. Wilson
at Baltimore took part in the general
Gov. Wilson and Mr. Bryan spoke
at a banquet of the Democratic State
committee. Gov. Wilson thanked Mr.
Bryan publicly for the support he>
gave him at Baltimore and Mr. Bryan
in turn, appealed to the Democracy to
"do for Wilson twice as much as they
evrr did for Bryan."
From an Oriental Serap Book.
Japanese children, between the ages j
of six and ten, have to attedd elemen-l
tary scnoois -j
r Big Shov
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VKRSHADOWING EVERY OTHER TEH
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10 A. M. 3 Exhibitions, A1
' nnKrn. I
; Jspzmese sovereigns wim cm. i
ken dynasty since 660 B. C., and the
'present emperor is the one hundred
land twenty-first of his race.
Only thirty years ago Japanese so!- j
| diers wore Iiuge grotesque iron-ma-k
I helmets in order to frighten the ene!**? ?
j Indians believe the waters of the
I Ganges to be sacred.
China's estimated population exi
ceeds four hundred and seven millions.
| Japanese houses are never more1
! than two stories in height.
| Chinese empercrs are never men-;
| Honed by name from the mcmer t of |
j their accession, and are generally il!
hided .o by some such title as 'LorJ
j of a Myriad Years" or "The i of
r c ? ^ i'l u-n T' tfoc r* n rl in
| .Japan s xir&i i cm v> & \ >> uytntu ***
Chinese consider filial piety the Iiu i-1
A good tea-picker can pick from j
tivenrv to thirty pounds in a day.
| A famous' Chinese proverb says.
; "Everything is easy at first."
Opium is used as-a medium of ex-|
change in some parts of China.
At the close of the war \vi:h Japan,
; the Chinese navy practically disap-;
j peared. j
j Mount Morrison (14.300 feet) is the'
?- 1 T ~ ~ r\r<* . I
highest mountain in me jayancs: r.u-|
In [ndia and Egypi' buffaloes do
| horses' work.
i There are nearly four thousand j
jmiles railway in China.
| Five feet is the average height of a
I Japanese man, and about four feet
j eight inches of a woman.
i The Chinese language has thirty j
1 J , . I
| <-.-yac v-:-. hvc thr t e are s'.x
| ii'V^rpn: styles of writing.
? t'Vtiil I Will" s I HOI. tt> |
" Z'X'2, WOKLDITKD
"%x,f Continent. 1.
n the d^a^* (j
^many times the !
i^bicgest And Most
p^from all papts
mw \zvrntn? >
>le. 250 Horses.
SSARS. 3 BANDS.
rternoon al 2, Night at 8.
place upward of a quarter miilion men
in the field.
The first newspaper in Chinese was
published in 1870 at Shanghai.
In Japan, dancing plays a very important
part in the education of boys
In the Turkish navy there are about
thirty-one thousand officers and men *
ar.d nine thousand marines.
It is estimated that in Japan there
are no less than two thousand seven
hundred and fifty different species cf
' Xl 3
In 1?07 there were iour uiousauu ^
six hundred and ninety-one miles of
p; ivate railway, and three thousand A
one hundred and sixteen miles of-gov- '
eminent iiiico in Japan. v fl
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