Last Saturday Dr. Frank P. Foster completed his twenty-fifth year as editor of the New York Medical Journal, and we wish to congratulate him on the event. During the quarter of a century vast strides have been made in medicine and in medical journalism, but Dr. Foster has always kept at the front. Always honorable, fair and square as a man, he has stood for the highest ideals in medical journalism, and has set an excellent example for other editors to follow. As far as we know, since Dr. Culbertson of the Lancet-Clinic and Dr. Shrady of the Medical Record have given up editorial work, Dr. Foster is the Nestor of medical editors in the United States. We wish him many more happy and prosperous years.