Dr. Harry Friedenwald, Baltimore, has returned from a four months' tour of European hospitals.
This year the Metropolitan Hospital Sunday Fund, London, received a cheek for £10,000, about $50,000, from Mr. George Herring.
The professor of chemistry, Dr. Istrate of Bukharest, has been appointed a member of the Roumania Cabinet, as Minister of Public Works.
Sir William MacCormac of London has been elected an honorary president of the Thirteenth International Congress of Medicine to be held in Paris August 2-9, 1900.
The faith healer, under whose treatment Dora Kraray, a child of Brooklyn, suffered from gangrene of the foot, making amputation necessary, has been sentenced to five year's imprisonment.
Dr. J. B. Alexander of Hiawatha, Kan., has been elected president of the Kansas State Board of Health and Dr. W. B. Swan of Topeka, secretary.
By the will of Charlotte Bostwick, Philadelphia, a contingent bequest of $15,000 has been made