I suggested that he lie down again and I would fill his hot-water bag.
And you boys fill the ice-cap—and the hot-water bag and—hurry!
In stiff neck, rub well with some liniment, as chloroform liniment, and lie in bed on a hot-water bag.
They can easily be warmed with a hot-water bag, flat-iron, or soapstone.
Over this a dry cloth should be placed, and the patient should lie down on a bran poultice or hot-water bag for an hour or two.
"It's only a hot-water bag, dear," Mrs. Schofield said, still labouring under the covers with an extended arm.
With dexterous fingers the hot-water bag was withdrawn from the foot of the bed and Mother McNeil was out of the room.
Julia Cloud fixed a hot-water bag to warm the chilled hands and feet.
The hot-water bag may be held against the ear or the child may lie with his head upon it.
How she ever made good in pictures I don't know, and her face like a hot-water bag for expression.