In The Hospital: 0050.0201


The St. Eugene hospital under the charge of Sister Superior Melitine, with four Sister assistants, contained on Sunday 17 patients.  Under the watchful care of the sisters, aided by Steward Clopotkoff, it is hardly necessary to add the patients receive every needful attention.


Following is the sick list:

            A Camp – Fred Bright.

            B Camp – Dan Kelley

            McRea & Dutton Camp – John Courlenmana

            Egan Camp – Hector E. McDonald, T.J. Kenny, John Curtis, John F. Egan,  

                        Dan McLeoud

            Major Bowles Camp – Joseph Karney

            McCarty Camp – Julius Leitz

            Smith Camp – John Daggant

            Cowan Camp – Louie Santon

            McBeth Camp – John Hayden, Frank Williams

            Kennedy’s Camp – John Apsley

            Reid’s Camp – John Marsh

            Private – Emille Wilbeck

0050.0201: In The Hospital

Newspaper article listing people under care of Sister Superior and four Sister assistants at St. Eugene Hospital.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  April 12, 1898
Pages:  1
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)


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People arrow Marsharrow
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People arrow McDonaldarrow
People arrow McLeodarrow
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Cities arrow St. Eugene Mission arrow Hospitals, Clinics arrow St. Eugene Hospitalarrow
Health arrow Nursing Sisters arrow Sister Melitinearrow
Industry arrow Construction arrow Railwayarrow
People arrow Apsleyarrow
People arrow Clopotkoffarrow
People arrow Courlenmanaarrow
People arrow Daggantarrow
People arrow Duttonarrow
People arrow Karneyarrow
People arrow Leitzarrow
People arrow Sister Melitinearrow
People arrow McReaarrow
People arrow Santonarrow
Transportation arrow Railways arrow Companies arrow Crows Nest Pass Railwayarrow


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