Tbe Argns has received frotn the ladies interested in rhe movement tbe following notice relative to the airas and objeots of the Homeopathie Hospita] Qaild. jast organized, with the request that it pnblish the same for the benefit of the general public wbo it is hoped will interest thernselves in the gnild : "The Homeopathie Hospita] Gnild," ;he name snggesta its line of work. It s well known that appropriations foi ïospitals falls far short of their needs. Fbe state provides the best medina! skill and trained nnrses, bnt no provisión is made for free beds for needy ones wbo would like to enter. This private oharty must provide. The King's Danghters have done a most commendable work in providing for needy patients n óne hospital. Tbis guild hopes to assist the needy who desire treatment n the other. The preamble reads: "Rqmembering ;he oxample of oor Savior in alleviating mmau need and snffering, believing bere is room for and need of another charity, while entertaining the kindest eeluig and good will toward all organzatious of a like or similar nature, tbe adies of the homeopathie department of ,the üniversity of Michigan yiith heir friend do hereby establish and organize the Homeopathie Hospital Gaild." It may be said bere that the faculty of the homeopathie) department nor the ïospital etaff have had nothing to do witb the origin and organization of this society. The offleers eleoted for one year endng November, 1898, are Mrs. Harrison Soule, president; Mrs. W. B. Hinsdale, vicé president; Mrs. Emmet Coon, reoording secretary ; Mrs. John F. Avecy, correspoDding seoretary ; Mrs. H-.-Ball, treasnrer; Miss Mariou' Wells, assistant treasorer; Mrs. R. S. Copeand, member executive committee. Auy pledges or donations will be gladly reoeived, as it makes little dif'erenoe through what name or sonrce relief comes to the sick and destitnte, and it is impossible to estímate the good the smatlest oharity may confer. It is to be hoped by calling the attention of the public to this guild a greater interest will be aroused in all charitable work. There is no greater work.