Burlington, Iowa, March 13, 1899.
To the Editor:
—Under the above title I notice in the Journal of March 11, the exploitation of another theory for this most distressing malady. It is perhaps needless to say that, like others, it is an explanation that does not explain, otherwise, one who should have the sickness once, should have it every time there was provocation; and prevention and cure would be out of the question.I shall not attempt to offer an explanation, but as this seems to be a subject for periodic discussion, I would like to offer some suggestions gathered from observations I made upon myself. For the convenience of a few of my personal friends, who, contemplating a sea voyage, have asked my advice, I have put these suggestions into the following rules, which I have called "Rules for the Prevention and Cure of Seasickness:"