The Health Board of Detroit, Mich., is endeavoring to suppress faith healers in that city.
The SpanishIlustracion suggests supplementing the military cordon around Oporto with a cordon of cats.
Professors Frosch and Kossel of Berlin have been sent by the German Government to study the plague at Oporto.
The Evanston (Ill.) hospital has established a training school for nurses in connection with the regular work of the institution.
Dr. A. Ravogli, Italian Consul for Cincinnati, Ohio, has just returned from Europe. While abroad he was knighted by King Humbert.
It is reported that the managers of the Chester County (Pa.) Hospital have started a movement for the erection of a home for nurses, to cost $5000.
By the will of Philip Gruner, whose death recently occurred in Germany, a provisional bequest of $1000 has been left the German Hospital of Philadelphia.
The new chapel of the St. Joseph's Hospital,