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October 1, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;55(14):1207-1212. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330140051021

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Personal.—  Dr. George A. Moleen, Denver, Starts for Europe this week. — Dr. William C. Bane, Denver, who was operated on recently for appendicitis, is making a good recovery. — Dr. William W. Grant, Denver, has recovered from injuries received in a recent collision between his automobile and a street car. — Dr. Hubert Work, Pueblo, has been elected state chairman of the Republican party.

Bequests.—  The late Joseph Shoenberg, Denver, bequeathed $25,000 to the National Jewish Hospital fro Consumptives in that city. — By the will of the late Louis H. Kaplan, Anniston, Ala., $15,000 is devised to a hospital for consumptives in Denver. The executors have asked the probate court to determine whether this legacy shall be paid to the national Jewish Hospital for Consumptives or the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society.

State Society to Meed.—  The annual meeting of the Colorado State Medical Society will be held in Colorado Springs, October 11-13, with headquarters at the Antlers Hotel. The entertainment provided for the society includes a ball on the first night, a jungle party or barbecue in one of the canyons on the second night, and a banquet at the Antlers Hotel, the third night, and

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