Tho Erv. Jacsb Priramex, of Kangse.ath.ill Manie. near IVumferliue. minieter cf the bhtnxli of ficofiaii-d, who died on Aujrusi 14. aged 72 yeoi'i, left, '« addition to real estate. DerVoDal r»t.ate in Ihn United Kingdom rallied ft £fcll. | His Ambition. —"loung man, wnat profession do you expect to follow when vou grow ur>"''' "Ira going to ha a doctor," answered the young man, taking out a notebook and pencil ''May, I count, on you to save your appendix for me?" , . The names of the German and Austrian Emperors have been removed from t.hn list, of British Field-marshals, while the Duke of Saxe-Ooburg and Gof-ha (Dtike-, of Albany) ceases to he Coloncl-in-chief of the ,Se»forth Highlanders. Th« Grain-«rrovers' Association of SaEkatehewau. Canada, have apj>ealed to their ir.eirrbers to set aside one acre of next year's crop for the patriotic fund. It is expected iiiHt. f/).000 acres, averajririL' 12 bushels, will thus. '.;'.' .-'ti Pi>ide In .Mineralogy. Professor : " Xiurie the largest known diamond.'' .Mr A..: "The .? so *"
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915
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