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SHAW, Mes. Thos., Hespeler.—Mrs. Shaw has been an enthusiastic worker in local Institutes as well as a representative of the Agricultural Department in this Province and Nebraska. Her practical experience and tact insure addresses of value and interest.

Subjects:

“Beneficial Suggestions to Branch Instituten."
“ Worry, Work, Waste."
"Some More Things Women Should Know.”
“Listen, Learn and Love."
" What is Worth While."

“Some Advantages of a Country Home.” SMILLIE, DR. JENNIE, 1075 Dovercourt Road, Toronto.—Dr. Smillie is a graduate in medicine at the University of Toronto, 1909. She has also taken a post graduate course in Philadelphia, and is now practising medicine in Toronto. Her medical training, together with her experience as a public school teacher in country places, and three seasons' Institute work, fits her to render service which should be much prized by the Institutes.

Subjects:

“ Disease Germs."
“Prevention and Treatment of Tuberculosis."
“Hints for the Sick Room."
“ Bandaging and Changing Bedclothing.”-Demonstrated.
“Personal Hygiene and Health in the Home."
" Emergency Treatment.”
Infectious Diseases of Childhood.”

" The Joy of Living." SMILLIE, Miss E. E., 1075 Dovercourt Road, Toronto.—Miss Smillie is a graduate nurse with considerable practical experience in her profession, and has also had the advantage of three seasons of Women's Institute work.

Subjects:

“Emergency Treatment.”—Demonstrated.
“Home Nursing."-Demonstrated.

Personal Hygiene and Health in the Home."
Disease Germs."
“ Diet in Illness."
“ Canadian Literature and Writers."

“Literature for the Home.” Watts, MRS. F. W., Clinton.—Mrs. Watts has hąd marked success both as an Institute officer and lecturer. She is a forceful, pleasing speaker, whose addresses have been much appreciated. Being a graduate of the American College of Mechano Therapy, she will be able to give many valuable and helpful health hints. Subjects:

Afternoon.
“ Would You Be Beautiful ?
“Home Nursing."- Demonstrated.
“What Mothers and Daughters Should Know and Remember."
Women's Institute Helps."

Evening.
“Why 18 It?"

“Happiness in the Home." WOELARD, MRS. M. L., 19642 Bloor St. W., Toronto.—Mrs. Woelard is intensely interested in all 'matters which pertain to the home, and her addresses have been much appreciated. We can assure Institute officers and members that Mrs. Woelard will have messages of interest and benefit for her audiences. Subjects:

Poultry Raising as a Business for Women."
Plain Sewing and Art Needlework."-Demonstrated.
“Canning and Preserving, Jelly Making, Marmalade and Pickles."

Health Culture-Home Nursing."-Demonstrated.
"The Value of Beauty-Mental, Physical and Spiritual.”
** What's the Use."
“ The Home: Its Work and Influence."

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GROSE, HENRY, Lefroy.—Mr. Grose is the owner of a first-clasa farm in Simcoe County, and has been eminently successful in general farming. He has the happy faculty of presenting hard facts in a pleasing manner, and his address to boys is very instructive and uplifting. Mr. Grose has attended Institute meetings for several seasons with acceptance, and his services will be specially acceptable in the northern sections.

Subjects:

Afternoon.
How to Increase and Maintain the Fertility of the Soil."
Selection of Seed.”
“Home Dairy Work.”
“ The Growing of Clover.”

Evening.
The Canadian Boy and Girl."
Benefits of Institute Work.”

HAMILTON, CLARK, Dundela.—Mr. Hamilton is a successful farmer, a writer of some prominence on Agricultural topics, and a most acceptable Institute lecturer. He manages a 200-acre farm, on which pure-bred Holstein-Friesian cattle and Yorkshire swine are special features.

Subjects:

“The Calf and Heifer: Their Feeding, Breeding and Care."
"Summer and Autumn Care of the Dairy Herd.”
Crop Rotation."
Methods and Objects of Soil Cultivation."

Pork Production."
“ Co-operation."
“The Social and Economic Advantages of Rural Life.

JAMES, D., Thornhill.—Mr. James took possession of the farm on which he now resides some thirty-four years ago, and has succeeded in converting it from a bed of weeds and rubbish into a clean, systematic and well-equipped farm. He is a believer in general farming, as will be seen from his list of subjects. Some thirty years ago Mr. James and his neighbors formed an association and held weekly meetings throughout the winter. At that time he began a collection of a library, and to-day has one of the best-equipped agricultural libraries to be found among practical farmers.

Subjects:

Afternoon.
“ Destruction of Weeds."
“ Home Dairying."
“Growing and Curing Alfalfa."
" Poultry on the Farm.”
“ The Feeding of Farm Animals."
“Seed Improvement.”

Evening.
Some Mistakes Made by Farmers."
Boy Life and Bird Life as Viewed from the Farm."
Dangers to Health in our Rural Homes, and Some of the Remedies.“

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SHAW, J. C., Norwich, Ont.-Mr. Shaw is a close student of agricultural methods and conditions and he has made good as a practical farmer. He is particularly well qualified to undertake work in Northern Ontario, having cleared a considerable quantity of land and later reclaimed a run-down, weedy farm.

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THE REPORT OF THE WOMEN'S INSTITUTES.

No. 41

STEVENSON, R. S., Ancaster, Ont.--Mr. Stevenson has long been a leader among the dairymen of the Province, and is recognized as one of our best authorities on the building up of the dairy herd and the growing of crops best suited for maintenance. He is an authority on crop rotation and the cultivation of the soil.

Subjects:

“ The Dairy Cow-Breeding and Feeding.”
“ Fodder Crops for Dairy Cattle."
“ Crop Rotation."
“Cultivation of the Soil."
“Seed Improvement."

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