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PUBLISHED MONTHLY
IN THE INTEREST OF THE ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS CAMPAIGN

381 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK

Copyright, 1919, by THE JOURNAL OF THE OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING Co.
Entered as Second Class Marter March 28, 1910. at the Post Office at New York, N. Y..

The regular furniture, regular bed clothing, windows closed to the outside cold, plants growing, everything speaks comfort and convenience. And yet, every breath this lady takes is right from the big outdoors.

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The Walsh Window Tenl

room

gives the one and only virtue of outdoor sleeping-Fresh Air for Breathingand with it the comforts of your own room. Let us send you a copy of our free booklet, “Sleeping Outdoors in Your Own Room.” It may save you money and inconvenience. A Moist Healthful

Description and Prices

Walsh No. 1-Slips into window like an adjustable N91

Atmosphere screen. Covering material is heavy art ticking, dePervades the

tachable for laundering. The loose, ample bottom where The Savo Air of shaker flannel protects neck and shoulders and

In the indoor end is a re-
SAVO AIR MOISTENER

Moistener is used. gives absolute freedom.
Hangs back of the ra-

movable Celluloid Window. Sun, wind, or rain can diator or in register Wind Shield.

be shut out by the adjustable Outside Awning and end of hot air pipe.

When not in use Tent folds out of It costs nothing for way above bed. Stock size adjusts to windows 26 maintenance

and is

to 40 ins. wide with opening at least 27 ins. high. practically indestruc

Without extra charge we make it to fit any window.
tible.
Price, Ready for Use

$14.00
Walsh No. 2-Made after same model and principles
No.
Price List

as No. 1, with exception of a few minor details and

adjustments. Covering material is a trifle coarser, 1-For 6 to 22 Coil Radiators $3.00 but soft and durable. Being made regularly with 2-For 4 to 5 Coil Radiators 2.50 windows and other sheltered positions.

out the Outside Awning it is well adapted to porch 3-For 6 to 22 Coil Radiators 2.50 Price, Ready for Use

$10.50 4-For 3 Coil Radiators... 1.50 Equipped with Outside Awning

$12.00 5-For Hot Air Registers. Cylin. The amount of air is regulated by raising or lower.

Walsh Economy-A Tent of different construction. Radiator Style

drical in shape with hollowing the sash. Vot having a rigid frame it cannot cone center. Hangs in pipe be equipped with the Outside Awning or Wind hole of register... Price $2.25 by two small screws in the window casing.

Shield. It springs into position and is held firmly (When ordering give height of radiator and distance

No. A adjusts to windows not over 30 ins. wide,

No. В to windows from 32 to 10 ins. wide.
from center to center of sections.)
Price, Ready for Use

$6.00

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THE CABINET MFG. CO., 366 Main Street, QUINCY, ILL.

THE ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS MAGAZINE

VOLUME XVI

1919

Journal of Outdoor Life Publishing Co.

381 Fourth Avenue, New York

The entire contents of the Journal of the
Outdoor Life are protected by copyright, 1919

Printed by
ISAAC GOLDMANN COMPANY, NEW YORK

VOLUME XVI

INDEX

Adult DISEASE AS A MANIFESTATION OF CHILDHOOD INFECTION

PAGE

Allen K. Krause, M.D..

76

AITON, THOMAS A.
Our Bedroom World...

10, 50, 143, 206
ANNUAL MEETING ARRANGEMENTS
Editorial

117

APPRAISAL OF FRAMINGHAM'S HEALTH DEMONSTRATION.

ARMSTRONG, DONALD B., M.D.

What Has the Health Demonstration Done for Framingham?.

82

ARTIFICIAL IMMUNIZATION ON PROTECTIVE INOCULATION

Allen K. Krause, M.D..

353

BALDWIN, EDWARD R., M.D.

Dr. John H. Lowman. An Appreciation..

133

Medical Reminiscences

302

BASIS FOR THE TUBERCULOSIS CAMPAIGN

Editorial

340

BEDROOM WORLD, OUR

Thomas A. Aiton...

. 10, 50, 143, 206

BICKNELL, WINIFRED
Lament of a "Cold-Feeter." (Poem)

211

BIOLOGICAL BASES OF PROTECTIVE REACTIONS

Allen K. Krause, M.D...

165

BOWDITCH, HENRY INGERSOLL, M.D.,RECOLLECTIONS OF EPISOLES IN THE MEDICAL CAREER OF

Vincent Y. Bowditch, M.D..

193

BOWDITCH, VINCENT Y., M.D.

Medical Reminiscences.

.65, 103, 193

BREHMER'S AND DETTWEILER'S SANATORJA, Visits TO

Vincent Y. Bowditch, M.D.....

65

Brown, Philip KING, M.D.
Team Work in the Fight Against Tuberculosis.

174
BROWN, WALTER C.
Grit and Hope. (Poem)

19
Bugs, FIGHTING THE
A Graduate

146
BUNDSCHU, HELEN H.
Chasing the Cure. (Poem).

147
A Jingle. (Poem)...

136

BURGESS, A. W.

Ramblings and Reveries

2

BURNETT, GLADYS M.
The Tuberculosis Nurse

48

CALIFORNIA STATE Prisons, TUBERCULOSIS IN

L. L. Stanley, M.D..

225

CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTH
Walter D. Thurber

369
CAMPBELL, MARY C.
The Nurse's Problems in Sanatorium Management.

338

"CARRY ON"

George A. Stock, M.D..

307

CARTER, LEON L.
The Wish of T. B. Sufferers. (Poem).....

19
CHILDHOOD INFECTION
Allen K. Krause, M.D..

37
CHILDHOOD INFECTION, ADULT DISEASE AS A MANIFESTATION OF
Allen K. Krause, M.D...

76

CLEVELAND, EDWARD HORACE, M.D.

Prophylaxis in Tuberculosis

327

“COLD-FEETER," LAMENT OF A. (Poem)
Winifred Bicknell

211

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