Mankato, Minn., has just dedicated a new hospital— St. Joseph's—costing $50,000.
Professor Bose of Giessen has resigned the chair of surgery, on account of poor health.
Dr. Yersin has been sent to Java on a special scientific mission, by the Indo-Chinese government.
Dr. Jacob E. Shadle and wife, St. Paul, Minn., sailed from New York, December 9, to spend the winter in Egypt.
Dr. Walter Lester Carr will assume the editorial management of the Archives of Pediatrics, with its January number.
A woman in Omaha, Neb., has brought suit for divorce on the ground that her husband insisted on treating their sick child by "Christian Science."
The prosector of the chair of pathologic anatomy at Moscow, Dr. Kischenski, has been sent by the university to study the museums and institutes of his specialty in the large cities of Europe, for a year.
The medical departmtent of the Western Reserve University