Dr. J. Collins Warren, president of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, has resigned.
Dr. E. B. Borland, Pittsburg, Pa., has been elected professor of hygiene and dietetics in the Western Pennsylvania Medical College, in that city.
The first frost of the season was reported at New Orleans, November 4. Nearly all of the quarantines have been raised, and business has resumed its normal sway.
A fire in the administrative building at Sing Sing prison, N. Y., damaged it $50,000. The top floor of the building was used as a prison hospital. The origin is unknown.
On November 7 the citizens of Lancaster, Pa., were to vote on the bill providing for the loan of $1,382,000, believed to be sufficient to provide that city with an improved filtering plant.
At a meeting at Windsor, England, to raise funds for the use of the British