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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta mi: amriAN iirip cha r or i hc w\hq and quccn mi I lumtuMus 1 m Ac:i)iml (if l.-ftorl? lo Ii'.iprove ihccd nl.("ows GrcLijd v,-ith l.:i;it;'ruer. 1':ni.I.'i, S.:iiu-iln.v.  llii' 'ifrninn V.m j.-Hji' iln. M ni.( �iV'.'V .i.iiiJgM Ir.inoi- nr 1.' I r:(iin-is el' piiMli; iuli-i'-^'. in ii spirit �: :rivcj;;l\ hiii i: v.-lm n11iTiili'd a ro-' . luri^:..:; .f 111.' i; A tr.'Ir,; ra! t'i ';ict.v li'lc* x''I' s; 'i r-ill :!.'.* j>i'.'lU ll^r 1> iiaL'i-'n ^--l.i.- ii.;ti in.iiy Mi.iil.i c.i.:sc;l u;ll�^'n ri'ji's I'liisliti-r rv.-\ wlii'-li .n! tii" snmt; '111-, ii' y i >u llif [>:�,,. .n...r.:y a ! .|\i:o o;i '.Ik' t.: �.nia^ r.' ;,r,- I/muI, luiri li,:i I'.InjoMy. �.5'.'i';i:t'il 1 . lull- 'uniplr'ily ii>i-.->vi. i\. 1 ' �) r .|..'' I:s;?:pi! fr .iu Ilia n � n; hi r.n' ^v';!. jri'ii: c linii i ti; I'y \ � r. ;:i i;. ' ': l,.fl !  s '.!, V. I. r. �.\:t'!ii I (���I 1. v.: .. ' I- r. 1 .;.l il �:i I ' t ; . : iif- i" . t. i-s i'i:il ill �!: i'. 'i-L^ ).;t',.Sf. ..f I i.i'i"n.'T.' rv : �:;! ni-i-i i k." Tiiis si.Ttfiiu'i;: :  m llie prrt nf the [Cnisrr wns bti"''!''''' v liii liuid liiiigliror. j "I Ihrn nulfi \]-::- Miijii'ii'.v:i "'j I'lniiiiirp. l'i''>'.\' to Imfrnr.. -!.- iirn-� *( .''inn nt r-C'i'liiiniL iHv' ho ni^if^r'\ ni'jl 1.1 iry a 'Tiiss wiili tlip ' .iiihiT.:,' air!!' f 1'Im'S iii'Iii'iia iimjt!;-' 'I'lio ;:;i:r.i'f *irnjor," hiiv^"i>vi'r. rln-'s net," ad'Jcii tliC' 3\.'i'si'r giiii.l Iniichlrr, �i-'t'.;i> 1p ili- .niii , l!.,!l ill KinfT rniil:." TliR >J iirst^-r i.f Ajrric'.i'turp, who wa� I.ri';. Iiiinilcil rniiiir] rnlorcil pintei! il-| l.:�ratiiis die v.irin^s lircds to- which. Ill" Kaiji-r! .'-Hi rpri'lvp ;ho Prp-[t'linmi^-nti givon hy itip nins-t iirnniinpiit Queen Ma.ry's train mantle will, for tn-' iiiii^rs nr.r\ .>Lhcr i-.>r rosi. r.tat Ive.", and Ir.jppers and peeresses tor ll.i' for.-iyn prliirps stance, be of a dlfferpni shade of purple iRo'i al [-:riUrlain:r.c:-..:.' ri,i;;r.:J -orei.t:'. ReiM'f?e;.'i.rii\]\\ [�"'!! from .liini' 17 l.i .liiiu' "^o :thi* ovpn'n;,' lliiTe v/il! r.-i.:i: 1 ii �' - It.ii I ^'T,' lii-l-ty ].r-;;!i: f .'. i.iy |.iir.-"'ii; fiK'-iiiy ni K-ll:-k p! [Mil ,� 1 .-i; \M 1 llP piir. ..T: 1.1- irhi":- 1 V..1 i-oli'Sf-al aiMii.i I r.-flilPri; hi:t >v li'ii Ri'ppi.i-nl at "I rrniPinbi-r.' "an i'i;i�'.iji' lii-jj it wnw I-.. 'Ill ill i.'i- ^'.-.Is toll' si . fi 1. 1 a iM . !: In ;i .. l...i."i bp a frilonlal janil envor*. After tbp cplcbratlnns nro from the plum piirplo chosen by Queen iilliu-pr. ui v. 'i a nipmlipr of tlip. royal'ovor the court will remir.-e to Windsor for ^ Alexandra. The de-'lirn embroidered upon farriilv, i.r.bavly lliP PiiUe of Con- a time. jit l.y members of the Ladles' Work Society ;n.-iUKlit. ^�. 111 prpsldp H seems now definitely fpttled that will also dlfTer. Trlncess Ixjulse, who Is �J Iv.'i cr, .1 ip.e th.3 coroT-.a-j qupen Alexandra nlll ri ion.-.tlon In Westm'nstpr Ahhpjv Tn fa-t. � le.-pst In the work. iv ill! i;ii. '.Ill - lini. i-"v-i 111 .-.|.-- ; i-onl iiiUPil r'vi j.ihi'a i-.l,p ili" .--II J.I il.i.ii-l Ill i a ' -.'I'll. i\ i-"i ;l !(... . I-1 - r. � lll.p- 1 .-ppIv liii' .-ini! Tri'ia my iicnlpniiiii ila.vs piin ,'v>iM:p.) in fri-iif oi r, at I'liiv lain Ir-r" I. a I'l .is.. Ii"i wpi ;i a 111 .1 \ I r 1 s:.. " 111;. ;-i.'iiio . .-I III I II man " lii,i sn.-.i ti-""' ri' 111" i'l i!' � I .ipii'pntir*. Is 'IpaiJ, lull i 1 i(.ri.:U iauRlu. tl:n iiari'nrif. rlifirYpfi r.u' a '.'^Dinclimi s I'll' "'P' ?1 ^ripf n'.i'l sai'l; il i> ili-.-aiH'iil : III.' i'liilii ..rirnp- ari siiM liviiin. r. I I llnij ii!i!;i'tl m -i-�1-hi. iiiiiii il..'ri.|i|'i'!: Inr;:i' liii-r-"l, and said: 1 -as-is n r.. ii|r.. thm y 111 ran *: .|.; ami s-'-""t!ii>|.s tlvy iiiuirl''. and tin'n i" ui ?,.ir|' I'.i �intinp' that i liM r.\t�pi'in'PDU in fliainaK^ lin'i b^iri i'oii-l  .'iprnlilc pfi'i't: miIIi liii' lU'iL'l-li.ii'iu^' pr-.-l |--!'', iiianji uii.nii ImJ foilowci] hi'- �..a iiiplp. .1,1':, il:.-- I>: .'|- ri^i.lii'ii l.,s -^--a' *l:r' I i fbilil-ll I ..'',.11 111 -'Il 'il.. itil'ii. li'-t- li'iJIVi.' t |..-p ,.�-�ii' I'lir. i:a'I';�� lia-' :�.>�.�.-. ! l'iiii far .idvir ' . t:a; li i. p.--'�iI.'.o iri a '.-...... ,1.1- M -a ji' .... I Is .|i h , I iip .*-. i.f 11 .. f.'i.-i I .. '1 .'.-. '.vdi.-';; -in-nr-"-!'-:;-.'.'- .-n I'lr ; t p riTi :m 11 |..,r, o,! .lui.-* 70 I In .IlIip i 7. ; S arl \?> � ..n --p r. IP SPir. a-Cvps iif Id" i'.iur' of I-;ii,-ii;i.''.p In 1.1 r'..-|p:i. an.] m pj.-i, nf lii....!.-I", i^ll ii:.'^ ir." . 'ip. TT.' al:d '.J.ipi.l. .Mar.i. ^-Ii i r;','i" 1 n I i'-i. .1- r a' 1m, :.- ^intrliarii /'.-iliup. .".fiprii ar.I lic-ldin? l-"-i;i|iti'ii:s i.if til" \.'irii-m.s h'.iiii'.s. i in Tni'-da-.-. I'l'i.. Ih..'v Maj'-A-l-s v.i'.] l-pi.|'i\.p 'i.p v|.,.,.ial p:!'. iijs aid dple,i;n-l.i.'i- p. I' p I';',iPp. .irij in Ihp evpniii,;; � :h"ir ;.l;i.:t.'I .p.ii v-iM -i-np mi fam'.iie. i'i!iK;i;.-i,!(1N THROUGH LONDON.  n' Frl.l.Tv. .Ii-iip y.:n bo  ooi-uplpil ..-.I 'n.-ilrly h- thp ;; i.rin-i'Kxlon, Ciroiigli Th" Qupen Is Introduolne many chanres thpre are some who pay that .ihe never had any Intention of k-iI'ic at nil. the jnto tJie routine of dnmestlc acrvloe at UiB rrnfon bf.lnE llia.l sl-p w.ll sttU I'p In.royal palace.i. The Urgest amount of re-mourninE and unenual to any diafe cere-j vision will occur kI Buciklnfrhfcm PaUce, monies. One Imagtnhtlvp iipu-spaper-they nhlph for many years lui..s been lo a great iv't,".-p ...:;-pp!.. i.f ],.jiuliin, a.1,11 on Saturdr.v ,,,c._i no.-.. a= Ijct �'p.-n ihom tl'pj viriiiria diirinp hpr widowhood are botne dwidp on all in hi. :i, r.incpriiiii!; the dip^s readjustpd tn modern conditions, and In to be worn by Hp- .Ma.'psty? suite al tlip i'oron.itlnn. otiier respppts Queen tii-ry \g giving effect Thi. ^ n.l UUplvTobe IdenJto the de.mocratlc methods which hav. re- , ,^ , A'.^.^iir-,'. .suited fioni her personal stuaioa In domes-itlcal wllh thai �.iin by Q-.ivi'n A,pt,ini1r.i s tliPi'.-. are, Milte on a .Mnillar ...� In I'.io:, a.;thouKh science. _ 1 Remarkable Man, Who Is thtf Guardian Angel of the Poor of Madrid, Goes Away. tSpcdal Despateh.l MaimiD, fiaturday.-The BpAnlsIl pFMi Announce! that Brother John-9)1 HermMO Juar-has eafelr arrived In th� Caaarr I�J-andB on hia way to th* Arg*ntla� Republic. El Hcrmano Juan la tht onlr knomn nama of that extraordinary raan, who for many >��ilms�|f, eM�eaUnc hi* nanne and even Wb ad*re��. As It 1* not uncommon In Spam (or aristocratic or wall to do people to serve for aome time In itospitala or een-vcnti In order to fttlfll a vow-a "promise," as they say here-�>�� to �ome patron saint or to thaw their Kratltude to the Almlshty on recovering from a serloiia lUaeMt kU requaet was easily rranted. He aaked to be caQad "Juan." and eoon afterward the patlenta addad to It the word "Brother" on aoeoUBt of the devotion and telf-aaorlftoe he showed in caring- for them. He always preferred to nurse cases of the most contagious diseases or to look attar chU* dren. But what drew mast attention to Mm was that he spent larse amounts of money In provldinc the sufferers with all the luxuries which the hospital could not Klve tham, and In helping them when they left the hospital to face the hardships of life asaln. Uora-over, he did not toaa slKht of them la after years, keeplnc In oonstaat corra-spondence with his protCcda- Brother John soon came to be looked upon as the guardian aaeel ef the hospital, and oame Into touch with all the wealthy patrons of the Institution, and throuirh them with many of the pravln-clal authorities. This helped him a sreal deal in charitable work, as he waa able to recommend many poor folk, whose (aad character he guaranteed, to men and women of Influence who oould find tben suitable mploymenC Where did Brother John's mBasy come from? Nobody ever knew, for Brother John was not communicative. He received a ffroat deal of mall from Sontb America. That Is all the hospital authorities ever knew. Very frequently. Instead of eivlnr money, be cave erdert. wriitM out on a common piece of mper sad signed Juan," addressed to a well known Madrid merchant, who always paid them on pres-iintaUon, But tbe merchant would never Lnswer questions as to John's Identity, or tc'll why ha honored his slfnatura FATHER VAUGHRN FUMCiny Preacher Asserts Aionemenf Season Observed Only Be* . cause of Weather. jl Oeetol Dispateli.) l^wDoii, satoftfay. The modara Bavonarola, fathsr Be^ nard Vaunhan. in a dlscaaalon on ao'- I ; t:..i"up i Q.i'-n \r-j-v to p-f>-. " n.� cerjiiin to li' �;� '.Vih r,.r the Kin^ V ;it';i :(r ;� *if t it*r V. .:... Ii:.-t r.i;!,:inient is i=tlll :. ar..l � !i" ii'ili:p J'tifJ fi-nin -1 It � i,r I -u.^r of t \jm.; � � ni'^rii" \\ h ' it.-' � .-t?n'. ay-1. -i...- sr.;  z . : * � -.^ Il 1- e nil U'' riilr-';- I Mjtt . \\ ;:iani aiul ti.e E:n;)ri^?R,' ;nr. ^'^J. uf jiiarsc. W � s\:cs',: I1 \- a.I I ^ ra t'.  - n .s .-ina :-'*i)a,t.s in vii-w nf the mvestlturw or t:^o J'rim [. u-f Wal'.'.s in July. The por-f "Hfi art ^ic.-'ijt; ri i.-^ -ft t^:it-;ti }JJi^an'j!'s Gmp, .vhe;� & ^reht deal nunlf rn niniion'*y boen re ni.'Vi(!. i'Np...sinK [Miv* tlip Birut-rure w i, sunportfl fht; 'ike T'lurc ,:i tho �miira of tut* ��a.silf, I .'i'p "fit.'-" iho h.^tin u:it.*e, anJ a ;.:;e.'.t M/it)r5 arr; ' .n.'.f hc ic.'d In tiers in a-'-..uiin-j- dJi;^ ab Iif.'Ill tlioiibaiid pi:rD.Ji,,s A [Special DespBtch-l L Ni oic. Stu u ! �  ('\:l-: , t n on- 1 iiiid uuUe a bciiu -; , (laniTlni; H >'i-i: JKVtT. a fur fr:r.r .-eri |M l.-.f. I ba'lr -iiiii?-|, I',,. ., Hlui'..] :i'.i'-a vc-.i- fas :oti.-ili'i. t. as III' iifiii Ins .. lUiicTi'l lo ,. -. S- tilB IV . . � N"n',va.1ays u ;,li.e I... 1.11- I aiM...-c 1 I'll li �.i.n lli.u i- r 'i' ..I . : this ca.s9. Qiulh a -;. .-lyo one lit-a:! ihi' ; iiHt n,-e now vul.-i'il by ^1 Tho injuailce to EnsliBh breeders was 1 faihio-atiie i""^^ p�iitlo�ers asked the lullnK nuthority to lake Etapa to reined)-iiio evil of placlns a feo on all sutfh Iro- p.ii'taiions. I Thi.' i-'-jily n( the stovvardB has Just been -n[y.� ivija inr siyle fasii- rei'eivL-d i.'aiualn Orerr and hia col-'.'il In IDc- Vl-tnrliin .->!! ' l'-iiKu�8 'lultu agree uhai the importation ot larse niimhei-� oC foreign yeurllng� to :. ninj,- manor ihatpftikd KnEhiiid miehi be the caute of great in-1- iisii; u.'iBlea, Kuint: jury lo the British brtedliig IndUBtry, and R.i.ii woMh. a real ivonip I ' '�"'"J"�""y "'O"' Injurloua to the beat j^ of racing. j Afler careful Inyulry, however, they / i.K ai a slow and slatciy hnvo arrived at thu conclusion that no .1 -n .-\a 10 'Jie miicii ' " ' " *" .iin-cr.!," It is ct'i t'r^ WC'.re -I. round dann(^s were. :M ui ilii-v are now, f.i PLftGOE EXPERT FEIIRS EPIDEMIC Discoverer of the Bacillus Says Conditions in Cliina Favor Us Spread. I A [spBctaL coBBBeroinisttcBv] Pbkim, E'eb. la,^ tm. Reports reachlne here from the famine �.....------ . w w diatrlct and f,x>n, the Belief Committee ^."'f'��^J!!r:^l.t tSpaelal Daapateh.] ToEia, Janoary �. S already reported In a apceM cable despatch to paptr, tha (araous Japanese baoterloIoflaU discoverer of the piacue baeUttdlS:' I'rorewor Shibaaaburo KtCaaUti to-day granted to your oorr�. respondent a apeeial Interview, la tka. course of which he fumlahed a frank and Dutspolcen statetneot of hIa views on tba. tarrlt)l� Rpidemlc known as lung plaeue. which Is ravaxliiE Manchuria and Is now Invading other provinces of tbe Chinese ISmplrii. Speak I mr in Japanese, tbe only European lanenmee In whioh he can con^ verse with ease bolne Oerman, he askcil the correspondent to take- partieulaiir note ef the point that In the absenca of exact data. eoUected at first baa^a he was not prepared to- speak dogrmatl* ;:',lnt-nt piini' w .'.1 I'C auullhil to M .if 1.-... Iiunli-cd, v,:i..' will Kive a i i n >T,iiiiine iif L-;iii;;i3h nnd WcLi^n iii.]...!. i'aiii.-. ami iia .s I'.'i'.^ are : ni' v\,i.s-liiip.j.ii Mili.4�.i II '.1111-. I . tiling concre ed.,,..,) ^, ,i,. L'l" ........ ,, ,,,,,,.,.,,.. , ,, slnnarlos In touch with the territory oontraoted luna plague, the baolwla Me d rti, n^ he P ese't ,0^^^^ ">at thay may pro- gaining acce.�� to the lungs throuifh tha . i,u..= .�.-i,,,evdfnoiiherJftra consider them� "'^ffl-^ovennsnt In the United mouth and respiratory rgans. This n,' la.u'ed in' h siilfod h ' am'i v n^^^ . '"'^ the, trapper proceeds to Harbin and puts U|f "" ' '.\*'^.,V' ronVn 10^0^ dlMtrlhi.ilori nf money or foodstuffs con- at Homa cheap Chinese todslng house, (JninJy and 1 "''i*:' l, tho Immediate I'-I'"">>- I" 'he hand, of the the sanitary oondlllon of whioh would . w.>u,ii b� very HtU. In-1 " ' ^^'^^ 'l'l pv however Itnend to ke^^^^ C.wnmlUea, with American and be much the same as that of most places le ria.U', I'lVi.ra Ih.-m.'.:inri are prepa re,|1 chairmen at Shanffhal. wtfh tho of a similar nature, \.> laK.- notion .hould they ee. any cause -o-opcrntlnn of missionaries of all fl.-l "As the symptoms beiran to inanlfest nominations, Is assurance of proper hand-j themselves he would expectorate germ ���Ml it liflA-kwaiLl, 1:' ,. ,i|.|. wuni u-jl sti'!)>i leading to ilii-i,,! ii,i. i nia.ii i..|iiraiii'e are bi/inK iciia^ed n Ah, an.i .1.,'..' no onr. tJi.-ept al fl -I..J thuili of standlnK up ,;. iiinly llirnugh the Hsurea .:i.,n "ai^uare djun-u.'' '("r-! niMV oi.e.--. while the Ivy, a picturescjup, .-. ii-d o- t of^'i' nil'.''- iiilurlous. frauire of the litters. ^ -. u. . lie !.-po.:; ii .\ I'l.l. .ir i'n = lli'. .^i , -,- . 'il.-'. '.1:1 I.- Li-. Ii til-, i-'-i;.! , 1.. ,-: �' . .'.. ::i'!is�. f ......el ;>> -i :-iri . -. .11 I .nti-'.-i' '�' ;.: -n TlicM v.iil ali'.' til* a fain!:;. ''' i'liii- n, i*', I'alac*. tlip day 1*1*: l-Jm;*. 1..; ai'.il li: �ni)l��^i.. Bfrlve tii i-ouUju. irt.l 1 nil- n- iiiliil.^-. ns .1 shlii '.vl.iuji i:.).s .u.'- I'.s i ..iiii'.- lliiv.f-\IT, iici'i.' Ti -t h i-..'.-i pliin/;. ij ini.j J spiititaniniis aildr�'i.> .-n fiill of hap'P.v coni-Iilin.i-llt all'l . uKl.-lw.'t; n-.ill.tir 1,-iat his a i-lilt.r .-i' i\ a.^ al' .rnu t'.'l:. dolUhted iind .'iin-�.�ul.iieil. The K'Ir.a has ofl'errd White r.ouss :,� I' an.l i'.-im us.^ -M. Xiiiid^r or T1..K 1111.1 lliCy m,;l lake irji iiii'lr ri'ifidcnce llii-n-aa F'.d.'i J ; ti-.e pr.iaf'ni t-'Xifn^'-.-o altfcra-i;0['= havi. bppii ji'^u, 1 '.T'l l'*nn-jiiM-i'- jn'^l iha r T. ijeslrti L\t lutairi iiofituHslon ut Ihl.s lesl-iKm.l.. vvl ;.. 1 will .^ui. I'i'lii u; ,.\Ie.\aiidi--r M IM.i'-:lt.:[.-.-. V .'mi ^1.,,'-- .i-r i-ii'i.j,i-.. ...tin In I. r;' i..'fu' 'e-' A.-i-iiJCl.!'. .if 'I .n n.-irnf 1.1. iht hjMiti of Uiilloa T.i Irili l'l mill ,-.9("-i'lai Dospal'-h.) UoKi.o.s', Silurda. :|.:.\ �ioi'.Tnor Uavid FTaocls. of .MiidLiiirl. wa.s In London a few njijnth.s .-i.ii'.-- lie waj aniazed by the fact tha', .tlthojiin he did not open his mouth, t,' proving hirnscif to be a reaJ dtpluiTjai, 11.1-' nii-n and hoys of Loadon |i\iiew iilni at on.'e for an. American. "lSi!.\ do they do itV the man from the liii' S'tii'i r� tc'.-J j'our corresprindeiit, nr rapid he;>dw,y ,, ihe rldinB:""" "-f^*'" '>'^'^';> � which had at-. ,, it-ichii and .Sctlaiid Vard deloirilve.-,- have li"'iiilly ain.inB viTS youns'i.^n li.t-rrusateu, this is thu answer - I -H)- i.-.i-:r n-i'i yi- .inall linow theni  to do �0. I ling at this end. PACHA PETTICOAT IS COMING NE.XT ar.d it api>enrH that the fasli- DIVORCE FOLLOWS AN AIMLESS LIFE [SrBniiL DBSMTCD.] LonriON, Saturday IN sp�akin� of domestic uah&pplnesa and tho causes thAt lead women to the diver:;* court, Ua-dy Trowbridge, tlio novel- .Ki liii . -..� wp, ;,ii ^I ii-lsVM .r,;. li ere .- Ij nuknl tliv stiii.i "LuU il uii." �.!vt.iiil \,.--iis iiaal I.iulj ClliJii^rvAoii , kj�;j:.i.';v i..lJcJi aauidt on liiu Hun 11.11 Thi! ani.i mannnih *nd 'lit* iiaini> 1 inljm siiiiiKi lit Tankeedoni ailrm.". Kruiiji, . .. f .c: yjfi ti, L.Tjuse iiwy "itt dirT...[!-nl ' [Special Despatch.] L..,n. OK, Siiuida.'. KiiPITH the painfully encigetio ef-(urla i)f PariBlaa and London dioas-makert the �harem," or "pacha, skirt Is not ~z^^:~n>-::^ on" hero In the worn; iemUilne. Of eoureo, ihe manlklna are out IB I'lccadiily Circus, aa their French slstcnj were at Aulouil, but the only result of I hot- exhlblilon has boon to Intensify the ail her work In half an hour or so Tn'liie ..;iI)iisilion to Vhe cosiuma whlcOi maites | nioriUns. "Od a.fter that comos the QUes-luv, Ij woinau It-jit a p..'rf' t friehi. lion. 'What next?' fas-itinf,' over any ,] -. i.-^ion ot this' 'It Is, In iiiy opinion, tho aiir.U'&a" -ir .Iresp. it Is iny opinion ihatiunce led bv many women to-day that Is \v.iii;i.n Will hi.vf a^tli i.v t 1 do, fur .ib- spcnmihlt- for half the ^)itlful stories lhati laden phlegm, whieh, owing to the oon-gestcd state of a sleeping room packed with dirty Chlneaa, mig' rep Illy lodge on the garments of his nearest neighbor. Or It would be sufBcleat for him to cough In the face of another under suoh conditions. Any part of tha body or dress thus infected, if then brought Into eoniaot with the mouth In any way, would promptly eonrey the bacillus to the lung's. "From what you have said, you are n�t very sanguine regarding the prospect of an early abatement of the upldomicT" 1 said to f^ofeiisor Kitaaato. "IflmphiOloaJly not," was the reply, "On '�" ' V lou.-^ iiu.-ij;;s, Willi an.tliiri^i; tlia: makes aci al\va>s beiiiK brought to light in the i.'iiithi- li.ii.i(ii.-li filii'h uiun.- . iyiii*p:cuouii This .iivDrcu eo.iit and tho even mora lerrtble ar.fliBaii.'i Ui the subji^it ot .'cct, whi.;h. osicaJioa one hearii of wlieu \voni�i} biicej�($ JKiplinii would isay. is anuihcr story. ,drus lieuila, or scanethlne at than It China. If I may make Btich a comparison without offendlni,' you (here the professor lauffhed irunlallyi tihe sanitary and hyglenio ooadU tions of Ohina. to-day are about on a par with those of Europe during the thlrteentl) uikd fourteenth centuries, when itkt awful ravages of the i^la^ Death are known ta 77 ;