Tag Day in Denver.
—The Hospital Saturday and Sunday Tay Day in Denver netted $5,000.
—Dr. John H. Larson has succeeded Dr. Joseph W. Gothard, resigned, as health officer of Palisades.—Dr. Charles E. Holden, Longmont, is reported to be seriously ill in Orange, Cal.
New Dormitories for State Hospital.
—The State Hospital for Insane, Pueblo, is to have three new dormitories, each of which will have accommodation for 75 patients. Two of these buildings will be for women and one for men, and they will cost $50,000 each.State Antituberculosis Association Formed.—The Colorado Association for the Prevention and Cure of Tuberculosis has recently been organized with headquarters in the Capitol Building, Denver. The organization will endeavor to have tuberculous persons registered, and will teach means of prevention of tuberculosis by continual agitation through the press and through lectures to the public. A tuberculosis exhibit, which has been held