iew persona nave any mea oí tue extent of the opentioM of one of the banks of Canada. The Bank of jlontreal has it.s principal management in Monlreal, and does lbo laading business of the city. Hut if you travel to Halifax, more than eight hundred miles t the eaat, you will flnd a substantial oñice, with a manager and elerks all prepared to do your business, no matter what it is, of a banking character. aod there all the powers and responsibilities of thegreat bank are exereised nat as ranch a at home. The Mme is mie of St. John, of Quebec, of Ottawa, of Toronto, Hamilton and Loadon, besides s number of smaller places. Iu evcrv onc of these places all the responsibilïties in the bank are exercised, and, if needfnl, all its resources and oredit are at the ilisposalof the man of business. This isa suilieientlv wide field, one would BUppose, to be supervized from one center, but if you travel bevond the bonndl of 'anada to th; great. iinancial center of the Continent, you will lind the bank tliere too. If you go to the. bústiing capital of the Western States you will lind it there, and if you cross tïie Atlantic ocean to the graat central city of the wide world, London. you will liiid it there also. Xow, tlii.s 18 a type and example of the other ¦; banks of the country, andsome 01 the .smaller ones, too. It is not only tlie ISaukof Montreal, but the ('anadian Bank of Commerce, the aferchants' Iiank of Canada, aud tho Bank of British Nortb America who are to be found Mof otilv in Montreal, Toronto and Quebec, and other centers of ('anadian I business, but most of them in New York ¦nd London also. I have been often sked liy American banken, whose whole business i comlueted in one oflice, how it is possible to manage such a widely diversinêd tmsiness as this. The secret is to bc found in one word- organiza t ion. - fjittih-r's Magazine. - Miss Emsna Nevada, the ycung American prima donna, intends to eiug ia this country next KMOn.