British spas are all the time making progress in the scientific administration of oaineological treatments.
In the application of the radio-active thermal waters of Bath two important advances have just been made. The first of these relates to a new method in the administration of the Bath waters in an atomised form for throat and nasal sprays, a treatment for which many English people have in the past gone to continental spas.
Another form of treatment in which there has recently been considerable development is the " aeration bath " in its various forms.
A special meeting of the Catholic Shop Assistants', Warehousemen's and Clerks' Guild has been called for Tuesday, February 4, and will be presided over by the Rev. More O'Ferrall, chaplain of the guild, at St. Etheldreda's schools, Ely Place, Holborn. The guild's dance and social will be held on February 24, also at th'e schools. Non-members are invited to attend both functions and are asked to obtain tickets in advance from Mr. A. Clark, 100, Holley Road, Forest Gate, E.7.