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as a Fatal as Scarlet Fever FeverEliza FevvEliza FeverEliza
Eliza H Root calls attention says the theWomans theWomans theWomans
Womans Medical Me ical Journal to the fast fastthat fadthat fastthat
that this disease is too little dreaded bythe by bythe b bthe
the medical profession and that it is by byno b bno byno
no means the simple affair that many manyseem manyseem manyseem
seem to suppose supposeFrom supposeFrom supposeFrom
From the United States census df 1900 1900we 1900we 1900we
we find that 653 died in New York from fromwhooping frQmwhooping fromwhooping
whooping cough and 649 from scarletfever scarlet scarletfever scarletfever
fever In Chicago 141 died from whoop whooping whoo whooing whooping ¬
ing cough and 373 from scarlet fever feverPhiladelphia feverPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 179 from whooping cough cough18fi
18fi 1 from scarlet fever and so on in the thedifferent thedifferent thedifferent
different cities Death from whooping whoopingcough whoopingcough whoopingcough
cough occurs most frequently from frompneumonia frompneumonia frompneumonia
pneumonia as a complication that thatduces ki kiduces l + n nduces
duces heart failure or a bronchitis may mayoccur mayoccur mayoccur
occur that ends endsin in suffocation Asphyxia Asphyxiaor
or marasmus due to the continued eject ejecting ejectrng ¬
ing of the food or loss of appetite may maycause mo mocause maycause
cause death deathEven deathEven deathEven
Even when death does not occur se severe severe severe ¬
vere disturbance of the nervous systemmay system systemmay systemmay
may remain as weakness of the intel intellect Intellect intellect ¬
lect and memory mem ry Imbecility Visual de defects defects defects ¬
fects strabismus blindness and deafness deaf deafness deafness ¬
ness partial or complete and even deafmutism deaf deafmutism deafmutism
mutism may remain Whooping cough coughit coughIt
it is evident should be under the he con control control control ¬
trol of health authorities subject to toquarantine toquarantine toquarantine
quarantine and other preventive meas measures measllres meastires ¬
tires as much as scarlet fever feverNO feverNO feverNO
NO DAY OFF FOR A JUDGE JUDGEBanisters JUDGEBarrister JUDGEBarristers
Banisters In Great Britain Can Applyfor Apply Applyfor Applyfor
for Injunctions at Any Time Timeand Timeand Timeand
and Place PlaceIllustrating PlaceIlIutrating PlaceIllustrating
Illustrating the proposition p > that a ajudge ajudge ajudge
judge never puts aside his judgeship the theWestminster theWestminster theWestminster
Westminster Gazette has the followingYesterday following followingYesterday followhlgYesterday
Yesterday Mr Justice Bucknill was wassurprised wassurprised wassurprised
surprised on the links nnk by y abarristerwLo abarristerwLopresented a a barrister who whopresented wLopresented
presented an urgent ur t request fora for a cer certain certain cerLain ¬
tain injunction His lordship suspended suspendedhis suspendedhis suspendedhis
his game and after due consideration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the facts made the order which was at atonce atonce atonce
once telegraphed to Cardiff Card1 and no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt took effect the same afternoon afternoonOn efternoonOn afternoonOn
On another occasion a barrister ona on ona ona
a similar quest is rumored to have foundhis found foundhis foundhis
his quarry bathing at Brighton With a acommendable acommendable acommendable
commendable devotion to his clients in interests interests interests ¬
terests he hired the next bathing b hing ma machine machine machine ¬
chine and rapidly joined the judge in the thewater thewatCh thewaterS
water The judges surprise at beingsuddenly being beingsuddenly beingsuddenly
suddenly accosted in the wellknown wellknownformula wellknownformula
formula I have an application to make makemy makemy
my lord in a very urgent matter may maybe maybe
be imagined The law sometimes atones atonesfor atonesfor
for its proverbial delay by these light lightning lightnIng ¬
ning ninginjunctions Injunctions InjunctionsTalconry InjunctionsJalconry
Talconry in Turkestan TurkestanIn urkestanIn
In a remote part at Turkestan Dr Sven SvenHedin BvenRedin Svenbledin
Hedin the explorer a few years ago agodiscovered agoI
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full flower Among the horsemen wereeight were wereeight wereeight
eight falconers he writes two of ofwhom ofwhom
whom carried eagles the others falcoas falcoasall falcoasaU falconsall
all duly hooded In this part of the theworld thewortd
world falconers lcaners form an Indispensable Indispensableadjunct indispensableadjunct
adjunct in any formal parade or proces procession procesalan ¬
alan Later in the day they gave us an anexhibition anexhibition
exhibition of their birds powers by let letting letting letting ¬
ting them kill four hares and a deer deerall deeran deerall
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which telephone operators epel tors wear overtheir over overtheir overtheir
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6 REV JOHN GORDON D Df D DCORESIDENT
1 PRESIDENT PRESIDENTIncorporated CORESIDENTIncoporated ° RESIDENT RESIDENTIncorporated
Incorporated March 3 1867 1867Gives x857Gins 185yGives
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