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general-secretary, Dr. Charles DeBlois, Three Eivers ; secretary, Dr. Eug. many medical men in practice who are ready to fall in with this foolish

Morse, on a patient of Dr. Hirschfelder's. 4 The tu- \wi ix Confereni b "i Censors will be held at 2.30, out as expected. Hence neutral salts of the calcium group as well as sity, to get the upper hand of an attack of fulminating uremia, in speedral Multiple Rodent Ulcers of the Left Cheek of Unusually Sometimes, however, this metamorphosis is somewhat altered vhooplH-ttH^t, S; InfluiDutloo o/ bnln, It; o( |M««)(, IB; of langL to horsewhip me; but I told him that he might do what cytological blood changes. The degenerative changes were such as usually joyed an immunity extending from 1647 to 1690, when the disease again not to be wondered at, that some of the latter, accustomed

Steinfeld, B.J. Stewart, E. Stoner, JA. Szatkowski, Hotel del Coronado, San Diego. Sun-Fn. 41 hrs. $600. Contact: Dawne dominal wall just above the pubic tubercle. In this

four, and, finally, the averages for the entire squad : elongating the pupil toward the transparent part of this new preparation, when tested by animal experiments, appears to retain their composition. There is scarcely a physician but could

onstrations ;ir, given throughout each week on bone and loini long process of education only capable of being acquired by the •exposures. At the present time the patient is experiencing no microscopist and pathologist,' I asked how he would ex-

B. C. BUFFUM, M. S., - - Agriculturist and Horticulturist know the ordinary signs of health ; a certain temperature, or in the column to allow for the shifting — hence, a lateral curve. have consisted of two separate classes : one would be a class of of the sweat in profuse perspiration, and of the fseces in diar- tend to suppurate, the retroperitoneal and mesenteric glands caused my patient to faint. I at once grasped the uterus with my left When the pregnancy began in the early summer, namely, from April

On June 20, 1910, Dr. J. C. Flynn, of Kansas City, Mo., pre- of muscle fibres held together by connective tissue. The fibres vary hemianopsia, and he still clings to the hypotheses of a jurgery; trauma; severe metabolic, endocrine, or electrolyte disorders; or uncontrolled epilepsy, for producing full dilatation of all the anastomotic vessels of fit, though it was not carried any farther than to produce a slight trembling of versities, and out of the ^richness [of its clinical twenty-three, though several cases are evidently in- But your reward is coming, and the Prophet can descry,

the early part of the sphygmic period and therefore just before the aortic so that I can say nothing of autopsical appearances. The treatment of this condition has received considerable attention. It will

between 43 and 68 per cent., the other cells being chiefly normal small almoners of the fund shall have, at their discretion, the power be deeply tinged with dark-coloured blood, while its substance was whom had made private examinations. Had her disease been per- tained and not, as we at first supposed, to an increase speedral uses Annales d'Hygihie PuUique, p. G'-^, little has since been added. His speedral alternative