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The 2010 Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner held at the Embasy Suites in Loveland Colorado..April 17, 2010

Identifier: pharmaceuticaler19newyuoft

Title: The Pharmaceutical era

Year: 1887 (1880s)


Subjects: Drug Industry Drugs Drugs Pharmaceutical industry Pharmacy Pharmacy

Publisher: New York [etc.] D. O. Haynes & Co

Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto

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le. No call has yet been issued for such a meeting. New York, Feb. 2. To the Editor: In the recent issue, Jan. 29th, of theGreater New York Druggist, which advocates the tenhour a day bill to regulate the working day of a pharma-cist, I notice under the head of friends and allies, thefollowing list of labor organizations whose endorsementand support make my bosom heave with pride to thinkthat I as a Ph. G. am entitled to such distinguished sup-port as these organizations imply. Here are a few ofthose mentioned: The Ale and Porter Brewers Assn.,No. 2; Bill Posters LTnion, Bartenders Union No. 2,Beer Drivers Union No. 1. Liberty Dawn Assn., Mag-nolia Assn. of Waiters. Journeymen Barbers Assn.,United Bartenders I.*ague No. 70, Brooklyn. Trulythe people are with us. A READER. The indictments against Druggists Gieorge P. Pow-ers and C. A. Seely, Marshaltown, Iowa, charged withthe illegal sale of liquor, have been quashed by orderof the court. 2l6 THE PHARMACEUTICAL ERA. [February lo, 1898.


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N. Y. COLLEGE CYCLE CLUB GIVES A PARTY. THE STOKY OF THE CLUBS FOUXDING AND FLOURISHIXG.The New Yoik College of Pharmacy CycleClub tendered a stag party to its membersand their friends on the evening of Wednesday,January 26th, in the Alunmi Room of the col-lege. The ciicus began at 8.30 oclock, when Dr. Giesintroduced Prof. Szynski, the noted Egyptian presti-digitator, who hyjiuotized Schuyler and performed otherfeats that mystified that worthy gentleman, and someothers also, much to the amusement of the audience.This part of the entertainment was followed by a gagcontest, for which as a prize a bottle of Best Tonicwas offered. Tliis was won by Mr. Benjamin, whoproved himself an adept in that sort of merry-makingand kept the roomful in roars of laughter. Mr. Pond manipulated a grama-phone of the latest de-sign, on which he pro-duced selections fromSousa and other writersof popular music. Prominent among thosewho were present andenjoyed the occasionwere: Dr. Diekman, Ur.Ferguson, Presi


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