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May 30, 1903

Medical News.

JAMA. 1903;XL(22):1513-1518. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490220037010

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Abstract

COLORADO. 

Banquet to Dr. Tillmanns.  —Dr. Henry Tillmanns, Leipsic, who is visiting America, was given a banquet at the Antler's Hotel, Colorado Springs, by Dr. B. P. Anderson of that city. A number of the profession were present, and toasts were responded to. The famous surgeon spoke in great appreciation of the reception extended to him in this country.

ILLINOIS. 

Diseases at Bridewell.  —Dr. Sceleth, physician at the Bridewell, Chicago, reports 82 patients in hospital, including 19 cases of pneumonia and 24 of delirium tremens.

New Trades Union.  —Hospital attendants and nurses at the Cook County Institutions, Dunning, met, May 12, and organized a union with an initial membership of 160.

To Complete Hospitals.  —The legislature has appropriated $200,000 for the completion of the hospital for the incurable insane at Bartonville, and $200,000 for improvements at the insane hospital at Watertown.

Personal.  —Dr. and Mrs. William S. Pearce, Waukegan, celebrated

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