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EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEB
NfB MAIORrMUST GET
iG MUNICIPAL LOAN
Su6eesor of Blankenburg Will
3B Handicapped Unless
' Funds Materialize
It Wi next Mayor of Philadelphia In
w given an opportunity to proceed
withe many publlo Improvement proj
ta 'began by the Blankenburg admin
istration a municipal loan will be needed,
according to oRlclala In the various de
partment at CHy Hall. The borrowing
)wr of the city Is at present limited
to ftBOO.OOo, except for itrfSln publlo Im
provement -auOTlrtd. y-the act mak
ing, the aiaeciment of personal properly
the ! for creating loans.
Myor Blankenburp is preparing to
send messages to Councils when that
oody'reconvenes on Thursday, and al
though it Is not known Just what recom
mendations will be made. It Is expected
ths-t the question of a. loan will be dealt
with at considerable length. As nottce
of any loan must be made 30 days In
advance of the time on which It Is
voted upon, the amount of such a loan
must be determined and advertised In
the very near future, if the question is to
be voted on November 2.
There is also a possibility that Councils
may take advantage of Its power to make
temporary loans not to exceed $1,200,000
at any time between now and the end
of the year such loans having a four
month time limit, and only being ap
plicable to departmental needs.
Numerous requests for additional ap
propriations for Important improvements
or -needed expenses will be presented to
Councils by the heads of the different
departments. Despite the knowledge of
this condition, members of the Finance
Committee contend that It will not be
necessary to provide for a temporary loan
for current expenses.
Money must also be found to continue
Improvements In South Philadelphia. At
least ,000,000 will be needed for this
important work next year, Not less than
$500,000 of the necessary $1,300,000 for com
pleting the Independent supply main to
connect South Philadelphia with the
Torresdale filtration plant is needed and
further dev'elbp'menl nenr League Island
will be retarded unless the necessary
funds are provided. New loan funds are
needed for carrying on the construction
of the Northeast boulevard and for other
The J32.000 needed to bring the Liberty
Bell back toi this city from San Fran
cisco will probably be provided for In
the near future by the transfer of the
necessary funds from some appropria
tion as yet unexpended.
OBJECTS TO REVELRY BY NIGHT
Boarding House Mistress Causes Ar
rest of Festive Visitors
Neighbors near 1917 Montgomery avenue
are n favor of a strict curfew law one
that will not only drive youths from the
streets at a certain hour, but will force
them to put lights out in their rooms
and subside into quiet.
As a first step in this direction, Mrs.
Laura "Wright, who conducts a boarding
house at 1917 Montgomery avenue, had
Thomas Morris and Frank Kenney, Gratz
street, near 16th, arrested on a charge
of disturbing the peace. Mrs, AVright
testified in the 2Sth and Oxford streets
station today that the boys were ac
customed to visit Charles Mathews, a
boarder at her house, and raise a dis
turbance at all hours of the night. The
boys -were held In $300 bail each for a
further hearing by 'Magistrate Morris.
Ul S. USES EVENING LEDGER
Marine Recruiting Officers Utilize
Newspaper "to Interest Citizens
' The united States has officially recog-
nized the Evening Ledoeb. On this, the
, paper's first birthday anniversary, rep
' resentatives of the Navy Department de
cided to use the anniversary edition of
the -Evening Ledger to stimulate re
't The recruiting officer of the United
States Marine Corps, stationed at the
rostofflce Plaza, jtji and Market streets,
pasted the front page of today's intaglio
Section with a picture of the United
States -Steamship North Dakota under
tui) steam And with its decks cleared for
ctlon, alongside the official posters sent
font by the department at Washington.
'Crowds gathered about the enterprising
corporal, and viewed the picture with
much Interest. He was kept busy an
swering questions and taking the names
of a large number of men interested.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 14.
For eastern Pennsylvania and New Jer
seys Fair tonight and probably Wednes
day; continued warm; light to moderate
Intense heat continues throughout the
eastern half of the country, the excess
being from 10 degrees to IS degrees In
the- Middle Atlantic States, the Ohio and
central Mississippi valleys and the Lake
region. The excess In the cotton belt av
erages about 6 degrees. Low tempera
tures are reported from the northern
plains States, the Rock Mountain and
Plateau regions and from western Can
ada, the deficiency ranging from 6 de
grees to 15 degrees, with freezing reported
from several stations. 'Showers occurred
alone the northern border and over scat
tered areas in the southern plains States,
U. S. Weather Bureau Bulletin
Observations taken at 8 a. m. Eastern time.
1... T)ai.. V.U.
Station. 8 a.m. n't fall. Wind. Uy. Weather,
Abilene Tex..-. 78 t ,31 8 12 Cloudy
Atlantis City.... 78 7U
Bismarck. N D. 33 HH
Boston. Mm . BS m
12 Rain '
Buffalo, N. T... 70 7
unicago. ill. .
Denver, Col . .
gee. Koines. J a,
Hatter, N. C
HurAn. S. l. .
62 SO. .32 NE
hi la .08 B
74 7U H
Bt 70 BE
42 4i 8W
60 80 18 NW
Jacksonville. Jfla 78 70
Kan City, Mo 72 U
Louisville, ky . 70 72
Memphis. Tenn.. 78.70
New Orleans, La 7H 7a
Nw TOrK ,. , - J
N. Platte. Neb.. 60 Su
Oklahoma. Okla. 72 fcS id S
Flttsourgn, .".. in i
Portland. Me. os oj
Portland, Ore - JS M
Queb-. Can,. ..60 it
aueiwrf-. Can,. ..60 M .04 B
BU Louis, uo m in H
t. -JVkUl. Minn OS OU 1 IS HE
eltlk. Utah. 40 40 j,2 SB
crantaa. Pa... 72 M N
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WHITE'S NEW DANCE
Formerly Colonial Theatre
WAV IDEA IN DANCINOWTTU
MTfB PALM BEACH UNTEIITAINERS ,
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OQMtflKU SOCIETY NlOlir WEDNESDAY
, nftSlLDBEN-fl CLAbS 6ATUHDAY WA'
IrftfrJ,tK'riDaytir Ey J'honi. Dla 3a,
ZfHalar' eRACTJCE Ery oo Tua,
CU lyburv Txal Admission! .Lusons, je
CHILD HE N
UfBnR'C 5S24Qti Sept IS. 8 n, m I
l3ref roes..- g s'-fij ftl M, il 6 V t
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JiATK8, (1 strictly wpv !,
MISSING MAN FOUND
Clerk Whoso Accounts Were Short
Arrested In Detroit
William J. Knoerl, Jr. confidential
clerk In the real estate office of Charles
II. Bird, at 3900 Poplar street, who dis
appeared about five weeks ago when a
shortage of $2100 was found In his ac
counts, was arrested today In a fashion
able hotel In Detroit He was In the
company of a young Philadelphia girl
with whom he Is said to have eloped.
Knoerl, who Is 28 years old, has been
married about a year. Before his dis
appearance he lived with his wife at 3d
street and Lansdowne avenue. Detective
Souder, of the City Hall force, left for
Detroit today to bring the man here.
IN EARLY START
Orchestra's Programs, Operatic
Announcements and Conserv
atory Notes of Interest to
The full announcement of programs
for the Philadelphia Orchestra's season
has been made. Those who would rather
keen their forthcoming pleasures more,
or less behind a cloud will do well not
to consult the list. It is full of good
things. Introduces much that Is new to
Philadelphia, and leaves out a few things
which cannot be left out without regret.
Tho greatest satisfaction comes from
the announcement that on the 21th nnd
25th of March tho Orchestra will play
Cesar Franck's Symphony In D. It is
not a novelty, but It will never be a
bromide; neither will It ever challenge
the popularity of the Pathetlque (which
is not to be played this year).
Beethoven's Fifth, Sixth and Seventh;
Tschalkowsky's Fourth and Fifth;
Brahms' First, Second and Third; Schu
mann's First nnd Second; Schubert's
Eighth, and Sibelius' First are in the
Symphony list, where are also the novel
ties of Schoenberg (Kammer-Symphonle);
Daniel Gregory Mason (In C minor), and
tne great Mahler No. 8.
The Metropolitan Opera Company's
plans for Philadelphia are as vague as
they have ever been. It is assumed that
there will be 11 performances, followed by
a week of the Imperial Russian Ballet
under Sergei Dlarghllew. The season
tickets for 13 performances will adrult to
the 14 operaH and to one of the ballet
performances. Such, nt least, was the
original announcement of Intentions. The
leaders of the ballet corps are Nljlnsky
and Karsavlna. The Metropolitan, It is
said, is to produce, for the first time In
America, Borodlne's "Prince Igor." The
Metropolitan, it was said last year, was
to produce the same opera. Last season
Philadelphia treated novelties with a cer
tain amount of respect, not too affection
ately, but not too coldly. "Prince Igor"
will be much expected.
The Bchren's Opera Club announces, as
Its first production of the year, Lortztng s
"Czar und ZImmermann," or, as they call
It, "Czir nnd Carpenter." There seems
very little likelihood that major organi
zations will soon reproduce this work, so
Its production by an amateur group is
decidedly welcome. Light opera, profes
sionally played, will make Its second ap
pearance in this city with "The Lilac
Domino," on the 27th of September. v
More distantly related to music, yet
within hailing distance, is the series ot
Lectures ror Young People, announced
for the Little Theatre. This yar the
lectures, which will be illustrated by
prominent musicians, will not be deliv
ered by one lecturer, but by a number of
specialists. First of these will bo Leopold
Stokowskl, on "The Symphony Orchestra
and Its Instruments." Miss Leonard will,
later in the season, repeat, by request, her
lecture on "Absolute, Operatic and Pro
gram Music." i
Gets Two Years for Forgery
John H, Getz, of 426i North Fairhill
street, arrested at Atlantic City last
month, today pleaded guilty before Judge
Staples In Quarter Sessions Court to
charges of forgery, and was sentenced
to ?erve two jears In tlie count nrwon
Oetz was accused of forging the name of
James A. Dwelle, an officer of the Schuyl
kill Forge Company, where he was em
ployed, on checks amounting to more
CONSERVATORIES 9 MUSIC
eratatitoton ConSeriiatcn:i of jHusic
109 SB. eijclten 9ucmic
Location most ideal in beautiful Germantown, away from distrac
tions of city and yet within 20 minutes' ride of center of city. Con
servatory Building contains two recital halls, general office, class
rooms fully equipped with fine pianos, etc. Courses in all departments
modern, thorough, developing individuality of pupils, gtudents pre
pared for concert stage and teaching profession.
Booklet Mailed on Request
George C. Krick, Director
Conservatories of Music
3304 North Brosd Street
Presser Building, 1114 Chestnut St.
A school of widely expert
teneed, painstaking instructors
for puotfa of all grades from be
ginners to teachers,
piano Vlplla Ukulele
Grand Organ Harp Hawaiian Outtar
Vole Mandolin Elocution
Klght Singing Uanlo rhysleal Culturt
Vlploncalla Ouitar luamatls Art
AU Wind Instrument! Taught
WrKa for Illustrated year booklet
Ttlephon Tioga 8 SI 6.
W. PAEMEU , 10 8 ISTH J ) W r
HOXIE BT .UUA- i LEMAN
!and 1 -k-tii
CgPAIt YS, Cpad:tm;,
hn School of Mualo
Mt cmwv miaous
POTTER WILL ABIDE BY
DECISION OF PRIMARY
Mayoralty Candidate Will Not
Permit Later Use of Name
by New Party
Colonel Sheldon Potter will abide by the
result of the primaries, and will not per
mit his name to be used as a candidate by
any party that may be formed. Colonel
Potter made this1 announcement last
night while his friends were opening
campaign headquarters for him and
while ho was criticising the work ot
George D. Porter as Director of Publlo
"In case I am not nominated I shall
not take part In the formation of a new
party, and I will not permit any one to
make uso of me as a candidate for a, new
party," he said. "I am determined, how
ever, that no voter in Philadelphia shall
be In a position to say he was compelled
to choose between Mr. Smith and Direc
Concerning his own record as Director
of Public Safety In 1905, when he struck
72,000 names off the voting lists, Colonel
"Councils appropriated no money for
that purpose. It wan dono by the police
at my Instruction, without any aid from
Councils whatever. I did that work in
10 months; Porter has held down the Job
of Director of Public Safety for four
years, and I want to nsk you what he
has done in tho lino of eliminating illegal
voting In that time?
"I was perfectly within my rights and
within the law when I asked tho police
to aid me In that work. It is the duty
of the police to detect crime, and there
Is no more criminal thing than Illegal
Headquarters to boom Potter's candi
dacy In the 22d Ward were opened last
night In the Conner Building, German
town and Chelten avenues, with an en
thusiastic meeting. A Campaign Com
mittee was organized," with Paul E. Sutro
as chairman and Robson Perot as secre
tary and treasurer. A Ward Committee
will be formed at a meeting to be held
Police Court Chronicles
Lots of ammunition Is being wasted In
Europe, and men are fighting In vain,
for Luke St. John, of Washington, and
Jim Coolcy, of New York, have settled
the war. Incidentally, Charles Stevens,
of Washington, had a voice In the settle
ment somewhat to his discomfort. It Is
apropos to state here that Luko and Jim
nre vegetarians. Their pockets are always
filled with potatoes and tomatoes and
other such things. It seems they can't
help picking them up. It Is pure habit
with them, and of courso tho vegetables
often come in handy when there's noth
ing else available.
Tho minds of Luke and Jim were much
relieved today on finding the commissary
department In good shape, so the two fell
to discussing the war. Luke favored the
English and Jim was for the Germans.
Whllo they were arguing at Eth street
and Lehigh avenue, Stevens strolled
along and heard the contentions of each.
He butted Into tho conference and de
clared that neither of the confereos knew
what he was talking about. What hap
pened then cannot be adequately
described In words, but when Stevens was
pulled from the clutches of Jim and Luke
he looked like another man. He was
fixed up at a drug store, and like a true
warrior he forgave his enemies. By way
of gratitude, they showed tho way to
several thirst establishments, and soon all
three men were happy and optimistic.
They started a second discussion of tho
war, but it attracted such a crowd that
Policeman Boston compelled them to
finish it at the 4th and York streets sta
tion. When the men gave their addresses,
Slagistrate Glenn said the police station
was honored by the presence of such
Intellectual representatives. This re
newed the war argument Immediately,
and before the Judge could prevent It, all
three were on the floor with their po
tatoes showing how the Germans licked
the Allies and vice versa. The cops got
interested, too, until the Judge reminded
the prisoners that neutrality would have
to bo enforced. On promising to return
to their home towns they were discharged.
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Facilities for a
Piano, Voice, Vio
lin, Harp, Cello,
George C. Krlclc
fleo. Alex. A. Writ
Glmlya V. Austin
Znlilce T. Strvfnrt
Ilnrry W. Merer
Helen I'. Ilonlevy
Marie 31. Vlllll
Helen M. Gloulnner
Phone, Germantown 4352.
Orlando Crease, Jr., Business Mgr.
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
FREDERICK HAHN, Director
Fall Term Begins Sept. 13
Unexcelled Artist , Faculty
covering every branch of music
Special 'Courses in Opera,
Acting and Aesthetic Dancing.
Call or Frill or Furihtr Particulars
1714 CHESTNUT ST,
Teacher of YIVIKNNjl UKOAh, Prim.
Donna In "T plus Varadln" (Casino
Sheatra, Nar York).
ADKtK MASAN, Jnenua Rel In Victor
Harbert'c opera, 'Th fSnly ain"j
MAXMAKA' eCHAVt. Uadinc contraUo
In Bhuhort production of this aaaaon; aa4
KATHAKVN Mofll.NLBV, soprano ol5
Wits. Bymphon Ofchtra. lu tt$l ia4
cncti toiir s ,
r jJ -xMm . IJr&Kmm fe. ffi 1
w. wtu mJ8$aS77s f pjcz: i
23rd and Walnut Sts.,
Opens September 20
Courses per term (30 weeks), $6.00
Algebra, Art Needlework, Cooking,
Drawing, Dressmaking, English, French,
Geometry, German, Italian, Latin, Mech.
Drawing, Millinery, Plan Reading and
Estimating, Spanish, Telegraphy, $7; Busi
ness Arithmetic, $8; Architectural Drawing,
Banjo, Bookkeeping, Guitar, Mandolin,
Painting (China, Oil, water color), Penman
ship and Correspondence, Public School,
Violin, $9; Garment Cutting, Stenography
and Typewriting, $10; Vocal Lessons, $12;
Combined Bookkeeping, Stenography and
Typewriting, $15; Piano, Afternoon and
Evening. Write for 'Catalog F.
nifVTiill v.IllTnATinN'AT. INST1TUT15
SCHOOL OP IIUII.IH.MJ CONSTRUCTION
Ktrnlnc Term Opens Sept. 31th
ltnnrlreflR of men hlnh in contract-
-ine and construction clrclew have been
prepared by our IlL'IMHNt) CON-
MhTKLCTHIN uuuusi;. ine compieio
tourse Includes Architectural Draw
ing, Plan Reading, Estimating, Holn
forced Concrete Construction and
Architectural Engineering. It may
be taken in two or three sears. Otlier
terhnirdl courses: Industrial Chem-
1.191 istry. Mechanical Drawing, Vehicle
x "J- Drawing. Principles of Engineering,
ArCnAPP1,etl Electricity. 100 other courses.
, Magnificent drawing room and class
OU room equipment. Positions secured.
Send for catalog, atatlng our in
terest. The Villiam Penn Charter School
Eight South Twelfth Street
The Fall term opens on the 28th of Sep
tember. Tho buildings may be Inspected,
and applicants listed, on and after Septem
The prospectus Kill be gladly sent upon
application, also, when desired, a copy of
the recent publication, "The Making of a
Man," written under the direction ot the
Richard M. Jones, LL.D., Headmaster
And Its Elementary Schools, open oa
NINTH MO. (September) 31st
15th and Race Sts,
.85th St. and' Lancaster Ave.
17th St. and Qlrard Ave.
Greeno St. above School Lane, Germantown.
Principals In attendance after Ninth Mo. 1st.
WM. E. DARRETT. lBtn and Race Sts.
STANDARD Y.M.C.A. COURSES
Save carfare. .Evening: School, Dormitory,
Expert Instructors, Individual Method, Swim
mine Pool, Gymnasium.
West Itranch Y. M. O. A., A2d and Ransom.
North Branch Y. M. C. A., 1013 W. Lehigh.
MISS HILLS' SCHOOL
1808 Spruce Street. Opens Sept. 3Z
MAIN LINE UltANCII
Ardmnre. Opens September 27
FIT T7AT1BTII HILLS LYMAN PH,,H.t
ENROLMENT LIMITED TO 2500
A Residential and Day School of unparalleled facilities for
the attainment of a complete musical education in all
branches, from the elementary to the highest artistic
A school pre-eminent among the great conservatories of
the world because of its distinguished faculty, original
methods, individual instruction, high ideals, breadth of cul
ture and moderate cost
A school of widest prestige, founded upon the success of
its graduates and students in positions of musical respon
sibility. Combs graduates are members of the leading symphony
orchestras and other important organizations. Eighteen
have been -accepted by the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Empowered to confer degrees. Co-educational,
Reciprocal relations with the University of Pennsylvania.
The Year Book Contain Important Information for You
GILBERT RAYNOLDS COMBS, Director
1329 S. Broad St, Phila.
E C K W E R ' S
Philadelphia Musical Academy
1817 Sprues Bt, 47th season openl
Bept. 8th. Uranche.--0S German,
town Ave.! US a. t2d t. Eminent
Artlsta In Faculty, Prospectus.
shiS&n VAN LEER, Tenor
6ol Tenor, Central Congregational, Brooklyn.
Concert, Oratorio. Song Kecital, Vole Cul.
ture. FULLER ULDO., 10 a. leTH BT.
iSlton ACKROYD VrftSSgaiS
sin's" KnodTft p.1 - n" 67oR5aTT
1718 CiieMwU art.
IKftON 18th Bt
School of Industrial Art
of (he Pennsylvania Museum
llrnncl and l'lne Streets, I'hlln.
Illustration, Architecture, Decorative
Tainting and Sculpture. Pottery,
Metal Work, Industrial Design.
Philadelphia Textile School
Practical instruction In all branches ot
textile designing, mnnufactuie, chem
istry and dyeing Adequate mechan
ical equipment Successful graduates.
feclioo! reopen September 20
Saturday Classes for teachers, Oct. 9
Evening Clashes. October 4
LKSIIi; , MILI.Elt, Principal
Is better than other school s be
cause Its teachers are experts
We do professional work In our
line Accounting, Auditing and
Shorthand rieporttns Experts as
teachers produce experts. Send
xor ust or our tiold Medal win
ners. aiay wo leacn you
8O1.S07 Chestnut St.. Phlla.
SPRING .GARDEN INSTITUTE
N. E. Cor. llroHd ana Sprint; Garden, Plillo.
Free-Hand Drawing I'dttern Shop Practlco
Book and Periodical Practical niectrlclty
Illustration Elementary Mathe-
Architectural Drawlne AJJ.aa5 Mlthematlc,
Mechanical Drawing Machine Shop Mathe
Machine Shop Practlco matlcs
Nominal Fees. Practical Instructors. Nltht
Open Sept. 27. WHITE FPU BOOni.ET
HIE ritANKLIN lNhTlTUTEScilOOlT OF
MECHANIC AIITS. Ninety-second year.
Evening Courses and Classes. IMtAlWNU,
MATHEMATICS and MECHANICS. For cal
endar and further Information Address the
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CiW Mtram ...
Pres.. 1524 Chestnut at
Maurite Leer. on!
utopens Sept. 20th:
EDMUND EDMUNDS XttlXS
1T14 Chestnut Street R,.d.,e."Vfib?
pmT V7ii.. s,,!.'". 5-?"ut
KUR1Z VOICE STUDIOT
10 K. ISthSt. CaUlor on Renu'e.t
- '4iI"""7 -.M?ii
iu o. lain ot. Catalog on Ihanut
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Jil jggj.Vruh't., Tacony.
J 82 2 N VHAZKH
" DOUGHERTY WSJ?
PIANIST ACCOMPANIST INBrXVdTlOli
Was T HaI.M MOB. Die.
Col t. " AJVUfjL e''
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, WKNONAH. N. J. WKXONAH. N. J.
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Vif MILITARY AfAnFMV '
A military training fits the boy
for efficiency, obedience, thorough
ness, punctuality, self-reliance and
Our corps of teachers are college
men with years of experience. Our
military instructor is a West Point
man detailed by the War Depart
ment, Washington, D, C. Junior
School for boys of 9 upward.
Academy now open for inspection
C. A. SNYDER, Ph. B., Supt.
Dr. CHAS. H. LORENCE, Pres.
Fall term begins September 21
A first-class girls' boarding school, located in beautiful
Lancaster County, only two and a half hours distant from
Philadelphia. Established in 1 746. Splendidly situated in
small town, with beautiful grounds and spacious buildings.
Large gymnasium, tennis courts and playgrounds. Strong
General course, college preparatory. Music and Art.
Strong domestic science department. One hundred and seven
tieth year opens Tuesday, September 2 1 st. Terms, $400.
For catalog and views, address The Headmaster, Lititz,
Pa., or call at Ledger Central, Educational Bureau.
. FREE SCHOLARSHIP
IN DENTISTRY AND LAW
The Georgetown Alumni Association ot
Philadelphia hereby give notice that they
have been afcslxned, by the Hoard ot Hegents
of Georgetown University, Washington.
O. C. a scholarship In tho Law School and
a scholarship in the Dental School,
Candidates for either s, hoiarshlp should
send to the undersigned a complete record of
their school or college work, on or before Sep
The following are the requisites,
(a) Moral qualifications,
(M Previous school record,
(c) Relationship or connection with alumni
or former students of Georgetown and
(d) Inability to pay regular tuition fees.
ANTHONY A. HI11ST, President.
Georgetown Alumni Association of
1200 Chestnut Street,
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Wharton School of Finance and
OFFERS EVENING COURSES
Accountins and Commercial Law
Real Ettate and Inturancc
Adoertiting an Selling
Finance and Canking
Registration evenings, except Saturday, 7 to
0, Bept. IS to 24. Sessions begin Sept. 24.
Logan Hall, 30th and Woodland ave.
lioa riling anil
PRESTON 4132. 4311 WALNUT ST.
T,J?.nt.lno "'""""on of NORMAL CHIL
DREN from 3 to S years.
The aim of thla school la to provide an
environment in which the spontaneous Im-
fiulses of child life may have freedom for
ndlvldual growth, and where persons of
broad scientific culture may observe Impar
tially which acta to hinder and which to
A LECTimn COURSE on the direction of
Children of pre-echool age. Including the
study of their physical development, nu.
trltlon and mental activities, will be given
during the school year 1U15-1D1U.
BANKS BUSINESS C LLECE
First Step to l'rosperltr
Makes you proficient In the essential!
ot modern business, Inculcate prln.
clples governing the higher things ot
life. Nowhere are there larger oppor
tunities and more careful training.
Telephonei Lombard lJDa.iJD7
l'osltlons Vosltlvrly Guaranteed
Bill and Chestnut Streets
E. M. HULL, AM., PUD., President,
Alttr Oetabtrlf'Ptnn Mutual Building
The Stevens School u,
ley. prln .221 W Chelten ave,. a". .eTh:
opens Sept. 22. Kindergarten through eofi.
preparatory. Pom. Bclence. luniV "i"',1
Srhnnl sns a Mo, 219?
CnOOl AT 8ltS A. M
TANLBYB, VARNALL. Principal
Palmer Buiiiieis School
Shorthand, Typewriting Bookkeeping, English
day and night se ons, Send for rSfiiiSf
Marcantil. ijbrary Bldg .jo?h Sboy, "tmft
Phila. School of Dewgn for Woraen
BROAD AND MASTER STS.
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Opens Sept. 23rd
MASTERS WHO SPECIALIZE
EIGHT ACRES ATHLETIC FIELDS
Rev. Gibson Bell, A. H B. D.,
Headmaster, ut school daily, 11 to 4.
Phone Ardmore 1322,
Montgomery Ave, Wynnewood, Pa.
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Nazareth Hail Military School
Safest place in America for him
Established In 1783
Rev. S. J. Blum, P.P., Principal
PENN HALL SCHOOL
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w. j,. Hutchison. Headmaster, Carlisle Ta.
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282 W. WALNUT LANE. UERMANTOWN
Strong, General Cojirse, Domestic Science
Dept Boarding Dept opens Bept 28th, Day
Dept. opens Sept. 29th
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