Prof. W. S. Thayer has been investigating malarial mosquitoes at Newport News, Va.
Dr. Eugene F. Cordell has been elected president of the Medical Society of the Woman's Medical College of Baltimore.
The patient who was transfixed with a chisel, as related in last week's Journal (p. 1181), has done well and is about to leave for his home.
Dr. James M. Morrison was recently robbed of money and jewelry valued at $200. He was stunned by the butt of a pistol and held prisoner by one of the robbers while the other ransacked the house and secured the booty.
The first set of books and papers which will be included in the Johns Hopkins University and Medical School exhibits at the Paris Exposition in 1900 was shipped to Albany, N. Y., last week, to be forwarded to the American Commissioners in Paris.
Dr. H. H. Biedler, professor of surgery