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September 9, 1911

Medical News

JAMA. 1911;LVII(11):907-913. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260090129024


Personal.  —Dr. Henri Ap John, Yuma, physician in charge of the Yuma reclamation project and in charge of the reclamation service hospital, has broken down from overwork, and is taking a few weeks' rest in southern California.—Dr. George F. Manning, Flagstaff, while stepping off a train, August 4, turned his foot, causing a sprain of the ankle.—Dr. Charles L. Edmundson, formerly mayor of Bisbee, has retired from practice and moved to Los Angeles, Cal.—Dr. Carl Lund, Douglas, has resigned from the medical staff of the Copper Queen and will practice in Oklahoma City.


Laboratory for Hospital.  —Mrs. Harriman, widow of the late E. H. Harriman, has given $50,000 for the establishing of a bacteriologic and pathologic laboratory to be attached to the present Southern Pacific General Hospital, San Francisco. It is to be known as the Harriman Memorial Laboratory.

Eradication of Squirrels.  —A meeting was held in Modesto,