DEATH OF DR. JAMES STEWART FOWLER
Dr. James Stewart Fowler, one of the editors of the Edinburgh Medical Journal for the past thirteen years, died in Scotland, in August, 1925. He had been associated with Dr. John Thompson and other members of the staff of the Edinburgh Sick Children's Hospital, and was considered an authority on pediatrics. He lectured on diseases of children at the University. His writings include "The Action of Red Bone Marrow and Other Substances on the Regeneration of the Blood and on the Splenic Anemia of Infancy," a handbook on "Diseases of Children" by Fowler and Elder, a book on "Artificial Feeding of Infants," and many contributions to encyclopedias and medical journals. He is the author of a recent communication on the subject of erythrodema, which has been abstracted in this journal.