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THE CLIFTON

SPRINGS SANITARIUM

OPEN ALL THE YEAR

This popular institution with its able corps of physicians, nurses, attendants and nearly sixty years' experience in caring for guests in need of rest and treatment, has won a world. wide reputation for thorough

and systematic work. THE SPRINGS—The remedial properties of our Mineral water have a world-wide reputation The White Sulphur water is used extensively in the bu hs and for drinkinz purposes. The fresh water springs which supply the Sanitarium are pure and the supply is abundant. The bathing and treatment facilities are unexcelled by any in the country. We a e pleased to send booklets which give an interes ing description of this Sanitarium, nith attractive illustrations of the buildings, Springs, etc. Rates furnished on application. No Insane or Tubercular cases received.

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The Clifton Springs Sanitarium

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THE DR. HUTCHISON SANITARIUM 218 SIMCOE STREET

TORONTO, CANADA

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a Nothing to equal the CADILLAC on the market16,000 of them in DAILY use. Demonstration given whenever you desire.

Telephone M. 5742.

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WILLIAM BRIGGS' RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Through Five Republics on Horseback. Wanderings

through South America. By G. Whitfield Ray, F.R.G.S. 22 full-page engravings.

Second edition. $1.25 net. Sixty Years in Upper Canada. With Autobiographical Re

collections. By Charles Clarke, ex-Speaker, and for many years Clerk of the

Ontario Legislature. With portraits and illustrations. $1.50 net. Just One Blue Bonnet. Life Story of Ada Florence Kinton, Artist

and Salvationist. Told mostly by herself with pen and pencil. Edited by her

sister, Sara A. Randleson. Cloth, illustrated, $1.00 net. An Irish Saint. The Life of Ann Preston ("Holy Ann"). By Helen E.

Bingham. Cloth, illustrated, 50c. net. The Last Robin : Lyrics and Sonnets, By Ethelwyn

Wetherald. $1.25 nel. Songs of a Sourdough. By R. W. Service. Holiday Edition. 10 full-pige Engravings. $1.50.

Postpaid at List Pricis. Sold by all Booksellers

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Trentadue Brothers

122 Elm Street

Corner Centre Avenue

TORONIO, : ONTARIO

anch Office. $26 F St., Washington, D.C.

MCGILL UNIVERSITY

MONTREAL

FACULTY OF MEDICINE

SESSION 1908-09

The Faculty wish to announce that, notwithstanding the fire of April 16th, 1907, which destio, ed a part of their building, complete arrangements have been made for carrying on the work of the College without interrup:ion. The new building at the corner of Pine Ave. and University Street has been begun and will be ready for the session of 1909-10. REGULAR COURSES. The regular course of study for the degrees of M.D., C.M., covers five sessions of eight months each. Double courses leading to the degrees of B.A., or B.Sc. and M.D., C.M., may be taken in seven years. ADVANCED COURSES. Advanced Courses are open to graduates and others desiring to pursue special or research work in the laboratories of the University, and in the Clinical and Pathological laboratories of the Royal Victoria Hospital and Montreal General Hospital. POST GRADUATE COURSES. A Post Graduate Course is offered to graduates in Medicine during the months of June, July and August of each year. This course consists of practical laboratory classes, special classes in Operative Surgery and Gynecology, and special clinical work in Medicine, Surgery, an the specialties in the Royal Victoria and Montreal General Hospitals. DIPLOMA OF PUBLIC HEALTH. A practical course of lectures is offered to graduates in Medicine and Public Health officers, of from six to twelve months duration, for the Diploma cf Public Health. The course includes Bacteriology. Sanitary Chemistry, and Practical Sanitation. HOSPITALS. The Royal Victoria Hospital, the Montreal General Hospital, Montreal Maternity Hospital, and the Alexandra Hospital for Contagious Diseases, are utilized for the purposes of clinical instruction. The physicians and surgeons connected with these are the clinical professors of the University. DENTISTRY. The course of the Department of Dentistry, established in 1903, embraces four years, the work of the first two being almost identical with that of students in Medicine. The course leads to the degree of D.D.S. RECIPROCITY. Keciprocity has been established between the General Medical Council of Great Britain and the Province of Quebec Licensing Board. A McGill graduate in Medicine who has a Quebec license may register in Great Britain, South Africa, India, Australia and the West Indies, without further examination, MATRICULATION, Matriculation Examinations for Entrance are held in June and September of each year.

Full particulars of the Examinations, Fees, Courses, etc., are furnished by the Calendar of the Faculty, which may be ob'ained from

F. J. SHEPHERD, M.D.,

Dean.

J. W. SCANE, M.D.,

Registrar.

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