Kneipp Linen. [From Herr Kneipp, inventor and advocate of its use] An elastic knitted linen fabric, made in various weights, for summer and winter underwear. It is claimed that linen possesses superior hygienic advantages over all other fibers, and that knitted linen in many respects is to be preferred to plain-woven linen. At all events, through the efforts of Herr Kneipp, the cause of linen underwear, whether woven or knitted, coarse or fine, has in the last few years been growing more and more popular, and its value from a hygienic point of view, in comparison with other textiles is securing ample confirmation.