Caeleaallneaa Caaaee apread of Leprosy la Ilvnmarll. United States Consul Nelaon at Bergen, Ber-gen, Norway, has sent a report to the marine botpltnl aervlce, In whloh be ssya the prevalence of leprosy In Denmark Den-mark must be Imputed to the nnelean-llnesa nnelean-llnesa and the grotesque careleasness of tha people. He says thera ate alx leprosy patients there, ot whom four are In Copenhagen. In Denmark, leprosy doea not belong to those few illnesses which ara subjected sub-jected to public treatment. At the Latigarnora hoapllal In Iceland, ealab-llahed ealab-llahed by the Odd Fellowe order, there were eighty-one patients received dur lug 18011, and of llieae, eighteen are now dead and only two have been discharged dis-charged as fully recovered. Itolapsea wer ntual In leprosy cases.