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July 22, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLV(4):248-252. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510040020009

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ILLINOIS. 

Infant Feeding.  —The edition of the circular on infant feeding, published by the State Board of Health a month ago, is entirely exhausted. A new edition now in press will be issued about July 25. It was supposed that the first edition would be sufficient for the summer, but the great demand made by the physicians of the state speedily exhausted it. Requests for this circular have been received from every state in the union. The Health Department of Indianapolis has requested the privilege of purchasing several thousand copies for distribution in that city.

Red Cross Society Formed.  —An Illinois branch of the American Red Cross Society was organized July 12 with the following officers: President, Governor Deneen; vice-presidents, Archbishop Quigley, Lambert Tree, Rev. F. W. Gunsaulus and Rabbi Hirsch, all of Chicago, J. O. Humphrey, Springfield; President E. J. James of the University of Illinois; treasurer, Orson Smith,

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