St. Mary's Hospital, Grand Rapids, Mich., which has been entirely remodelel and rebuilt, was dedicated October 24.
The yellow fever patient who arrived in New York City from Havana, the 24th ult., died on Swinburne Island, October 26.
Dr. Howard S. Anders of the Medico-Chirurgical College has accepted the Municipal League nomination for coroner of Philadelphia.
A sanatorium is being erected by the Germans at Davos in the Engadine, to cost about $60,000. The endowment for free beds is a third of this sum.
The Johns Hopkins University will send an exhibit to the Paris Exposition. The hospital will be represented by a complete collection of its publications.
Dr. C. A. Smith was given a farewell banquet by the King County Medical Society, Seattle, Wash., October 19. He goes to Elizabeth, N. J., to engage in practice.
Prof. Alexander C. Abbott, of the department of hygiene, University of Pennsylvania, has