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THE KING AND THE HOSPITALS.

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THE KING AND THE HOSPITALS. HOW A CURVATURE OF THE SPINE AND ABSCESSES IN BACK WERE TREATED. a Friend of the King's Hospital Fund) The interest of his Majesty King Edward VII. in the Fund for the Hospitals is explained by His Majesty's sense of the noble service rendered to his humbler subjects. Once within the wards of a Hospital, all are equal. There, without fee, the poorest sufferer receives the services of the very greatest surgeons and physicians in the world. The King, when he was operated upon for Appendicitis in Coronation Year, had no greater skill and no different treatment than what is bestowed on any patient in our Hospitals. This fact lends absorbing interest to the history of a poor Scottish boy who was recently treated in the Glasgow Children's Hospital. He had had scarlet fever, and, as often happens, this terrible fever left after-effects. His spine began to be deformed it had curvature, and there were abscesses, for which he was operated upon by the very ablest surgeons-the same men who would have been called in if one of the Royal Family had suddenly needed operation while in Scotland. But despite all their care, little John Fraser (for that is his name, and his parents live at 1, Maxwell-place, Southside, Glasgow) did not get better. He was painfully weak and thin, and the JWmFraser in. Ske Children's Hospital. doctors frankly said that little could be done to dry up the fearful abscesses or reduce the lump on his spine. He could hardly eat, and only walked with great difficulty. If you only knew what he suffered from the pain in his back," said his father, and how the abscesses seemed to be sapping the life out of him, you would not wonder I am thankful to see him so well to-day. It is all due to Dr Williams' pink pills for pale people. He began to take them last June. From the time he got through the contents of the first box, I observed a distinct change for the better. Very soon his back began to heal. I first heard- of this wonderful medicine through reading an account of one who had suffered like my son, and had been spsedily cured of spinal disease by these pills. There's my daughter, Jeanie, too," added the mother, Mrs Fraser. After having her tonsils removed she lost a quantity of blood, and became so weak and thin that I grew alarmed. But I gave her Dr Williams'pink pills, and she soon began to make new blood. Before long she was as healthy and bright a lassie as you would see anywhere." Where the best medical skill the world can give has been used in vain, Dr Williams' pink pills for pale people have, in the above and many other cases, cured, The reason is that they make new blood. Thus they are the greatest of all tonics, the readiest and safeet medicine in the commoner, as well as. the severest, ailments. Mothers know why they and their daughters need new blood more than men but men can be anasmic, too. The weak back, easy fatigue, lack of interest in life, indigestion and general nervous weakness which trouble both men and women, need new blood to cure them, and these pills make new blood. For many, Dr Williams' pink pills have proved the turning point in development, changing weakly constitutions, threatened with decline and death, to sOUind, overflowing health, because they make new blood.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS.

THE REVIVALISTS AND BARRY.

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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