The former is the usual address, made at banquets whether of alumni associations, state or other societies. The object on all such follow or to assist in digesting the one just indulged in, according as the toastmasters address precedes or follows the “eats.” Everything said on such occasions should be light, rosy, cheerful, optimistic; nothing heavy, dark, gloomy or discouraging.
The Bureau of Industrial Hygiene has been called upon by some of the more intelligent service station managers-particularly those having a large number of service stations to provide for-for a disinterested opinion as to the efficacy of these measures. One of the chemical substances on the market is essentially a combination of chlorine and formaldehyde, which is to be sprayed into the workroom.
Additionally, he lays the greatest stress on the point that all through the course of the illness the patient has continued in vigorous and perfect health. From this Dr. Le Hunte Cooper deduces that there are two forms of carcinoma, the ordinary one being due to a constitutional blood conditions probably of microbic character, which he calls “Specific Carcinoma,” and the other “Local Carcinoma.”
The truly philosophical mind is the truly unprejudiced mind. The most flagrant mark of ignorance any being can display is to close his mind to conviction. This one act alone cost us just thirty years of loss to ourselves and injury to our patients, a wrong we can never right. We have been dubbed intolerant and prejudiced because we would not hark back to the falsity we had left behind, but never by men who had anything better to offer.
The Congress should help to raise the status of Homoeopathy here. And some of the American doctors were very pleased with how things went. They will tell you. The Prince of Wales was not only our Patron, but he wrote us a charming message of greeting. The Lord Mayor presided at a meeting at the Mansion House, at his invitation, and we had a fine crowd there.
We use many vegetables and fruits, dark, home-made breads, all the raw milk and creams and butter the children will eat, eggs in moderation, real wheat cereals, yellow and white corn meal, honey, maple syrup and maple sugars: Meats in moderation; only chicken, lamb, beef and some fish; raw vegetable salads, no vinegar (lemon juice), olive oil from Boericke & Tafel, also their grape juice for drinking and jelly.
The typical pirate, literally or metaphorically, always buries his stolen treasure. That is the only way he knows of disposing of it, for he cannot use it as the only way he hopes to escape the law and enjoy his ill-gotten gains at some future time. But that time never comes. His treasure in its original form is a burden and a terror to him. He thinks that when he can dig it up and turn it into currency he will be able to spend and enjoy it.
The mucous membranes, as has been said, are habitually engorged with venous blood. They are dry, swollen, bluish, even purplish in color and spongy to the touch. All proof of venous stasis. With this in mind it is not difficult to understand the character of the gastric functions. They will naturally be sluggish, retarded, with fermentation and gas formation.
Reasonable and intelligent standardization of milk would be of immense value to the producer of milk and a protection to the consumer, Mr. Jarnigin declared. “But the medical profession is not competent to produce such a standard,” he said, “almost all of the milk ordinances of Georgia have been drawn by medical men. The ordinances were not satisfactory.