The woman looked at pa as though he had escaped from a sanitarium, and then she seemed to think he was trying to make game of her, and she said: "You old skate, do you know who you have the honor of addressing?
Manifestly an unstable thymocentric should not be treated as a criminal, but treated in a sanitarium.
The 1st of April found him at Kussowlie, from which point he visited two places which greatly interested himthe 'Lawrence Asylum' and the Military Sanitarium at Dugshai.
The Continent is yet in ignorance of what will be one of the grandest show places, as well as sanitariums.
The trip extended further along Vettern's shores; and after a little they came to Sanna Sanitarium.
One branch runs on to the frontier of Afghanistan via Lahore and Peshawur, and the other via Umballa, an important military post, to Simla, the summer capital and sanitarium of India.
XXVI THE HIMALAYAS AND THE INVASION OF THIBET Darjeeling is one of the most favored spots on earth, the loveliest place in India, and the favorite resort and sanitarium of the citizen element as distinguished from military and official circles.
Darjeeling is a sanitarium of the greatest benefit to the people of India.
People who hadn't slept for weeks found repose in the First Congregational Church an' Sanitarium of Pointview.
Beatrice Roethke (W); 17Dec64; R351494. Lines upon leaving a sanitarium.
She's in a private sanitarium, at Livermore, you know."
Why cannot a book be written which will free the helpless slaves of all creeds and colors confined to-day in the asylums and sanitariums throughout the world?
It was also worn by skaters, gymnasts, tourists, and in sanitariums.
The names of those who wore the bloomer costume, besides those already mentioned, were Paulina Wright Davis, Lucy Stone, Susan B. Anthony, Sarah and Angelina Grimke, Mrs. William Burleigh, Celia Burleigh, Charlotte Beebe Wilbour, Helen Jarvis, Lydia Jenkins, Amelia Willard, Dr. Harriet N. Austin, and many patients in sanitariums, whose names I cannot recall.
On February 3, 1902, a little sanitarium was opened in a small native house at Baguio.
People of this class are much interested in the establishment of Baguio as a summer capital, and when the road is completed a town will spring up, made up of comfortable residences, of a fine, extensive army post, and sanitariums for the relief of persons suffering from diseases prevalent in the lowlands.
The accompanying cuts illustrate a sink of four compartments for dish-washing, devised by the writer for use in the Sanitarium Domestic Economy kitchen, which can be closed and used as a table.
GRANOLA CRUST.For certain pies requiring an under crust only, the prepared granola manufactured by the Sanitarium Food Co. makes a superior crust.
GLUTEN GRUEL.Stir two and one half tablespoonfuls of the wheat gluten prepared by the Sanitarium Food Co., Battle Creek, Mich., into a pint of boiling milk; boil until thickened, when it is ready to serve.
GLUTEN MEAL GRUEL.Into a cup and a half of boiling water stir four tablespoonfuls of gluten meal (prepared by the Sanitarium Food Co.), let it boil for a moment, add six tablespoonfuls of rather thin, sweet cream, and serve.
The various cooked preparations of grainsgranola, wheatena, avenola, wheat gluten and gluten mealmanufactured by the Sanitarium Food Co., Battle Creek, Mich., form excellent articles of diet for many invalids, when served with hot milk or cream, or prepared in the form of mush.
The various crackers, wafers, and invalid foods manufactured by the Sanitarium Food Co., Battle Creek, Mich., are also to be recommended.
GLUTEN MEAL GEMS.Beat together one half cup of ice water, one half cup of thick, sweet cream, and one egg; then add one cup and a tablespoonful of the gluten meal prepared by the Sanitarium Food Co. Turn into slightly heated gem irons, and bake in a moderately hot oven from one half to three fourths of an hour.
PREPARED FOODS FOR INFANTS.Of prepared infant foods we can recommend that manufactured by the Sanitarium Food Co., Battle Creek, Mich., as thoroughly reliable.
The wafers mentioned are the whole-wheat and gluten wafers manufactured by the Sanitarium Food Co., which by many families are considered more convenient for general use as a hard bread than the crisps, sticks, etc., which upon some of the menus are designed for the same purpose.