I.vman F. keblei a gradúate of the Ypsilanti high Bchool and of the unlveslty, Ii.-is heen appointed chlef of the Irug laboratory recently established by the bureau of chemistry iu üie lepartment of ngrieulture al Washington. Mr. Kebler coinpleted the Ypsilnnti higli school conrse In tlivce vo.-n-s. .-111(1 then wou the dpgrees of rii. C and ü. S. a1 the Oniversity of Vlichlgan. He was assistanl In.cbemstry at the lowa Agricultura! college nul later assistanl In qualltative hcinisiry at the Uulversitj of Michgan, hii-li granted hini the degree of aaster of sclence in 1892. He then iccepted a posltion as analytical chemst wlth a Wholesale drug house In Philadelpliia, where he has since remalned. Durlng the ten years he lias also served as president of the cheinical sectlon of the BYanklin institute In Philadelphia; as ehalrman of the scieutlfic section of the American Pharmaceutieal associatlon; as membet of ilir jury of awards of the National Export expositlon al Philadelphla tn 1898; as teacher of eheinistry for t yeara in the Philadelphia high school and as teacher of toxIcology for one year in the Temple School of medicine, Philadelphia. He lias wrltten over two score of valuable papers on chemical subjects, and is a member of the raany American aml foreign scientiüc societles. The work of thé drug laboratory at Washington will have mucb to do with the exposure and prevention of adulteration of drugs, a line of worfe in wldcli Mr. Kebler lias had much experience as a member of Amerscan Pharmaceutieal assoclation, He will begin liis work al Washington Man-h 1. Mr. Kebler man-led Miss M; E. of Vpsilauti.