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FEMININE WORLD TAKES TO
pNfew Fad Is Not Inspired
. the Result
TfUICINa the veil" has come to have
JL more than a purely convcntual.mean
fag. Once you had to have a religious
e&Ulnff to perform thn,t holy act. Now the
Most worldly, the most Irreverent nmonir
im at no higher a dlctato than that of
Dame Fashion "takes the veil," more In
Wi emulation of tho Veiled goddess, lata, how-
U. AttaK It.,. t.1 r anraaf .fn rorl Yltin.
.www., .! u- nnswi" ...
Veils are in again. Not the ordinary
fttce kind, which Incidentally never go out,
Imt long, graceful, flowing ones made of
chiffon or crepe de chine characterized
to make tho most prosaic of us resemble
dashing widows or alluring adventuresses.
It was a man who, by an unexpected
clever stroke, put hls finger on tho reason
for this new style.
The war, of course," ho said with In
.dlsputablo perspicuity. "You see every
woman on tho other side la a Widow or
'omo kind of n mourner. They alt go
creped and veiled. Now, does It mako
their grief any the less poignant to havo
their costumes enormously becoming? Of
course not. Even tho moat homely woman
has her face softened and almost beauti
fied when It Is framed in one of these
soft clouds. '
"Kxcept that their husbands and
brothers havn gono off to Plattsburg or
with tho naval reserves or to tho border,
American women have been denied a good
cause, for mourning. But It would bo un
natural to expect them to forego ItH bo
coming concomitant, tho veil. Conditions
In Paris evidently have sot tho fashion.
ftVlth the samo debonair nonchalance that
causes neutral and pacific women to wear
military bonnct3, khaki suits with car
tridge belts and the llko they have
adopted the veil; hence the ralnbow-Uko
Letters to the Editor of
Address H communications to M'Llae. care of
of the paper
Dear M'Llsa Will you please lt me know
through your column the follow Inc:
1. Where "Rube" L. Ooldberir. nrlclnatrr of
the "I'm the Ouy." "Father Wm Might." "I
Never Thought of That." etc.. can bo addressed?
2. What would It coat to ml n eenlprt letter,
weighing one ounce, to Montreal, Canada?
8. What would It cost to send it sealed letter,
weighing one ounce, to Manila P. I.?
J. A. B
(1) Address htm at tho olfico of the
Hail. New York city. '
(2) Two cents for an ounce or a frac
MARION HARLAND'S CORNER
A Thanksgiving Song
I am a reader of your Corner and should like
to know if you could nelp me to tret the "Thanka
glrlnr Song." I have been looklnir about with
out success. MUS O. K.
There are so many ThanksclvlnE sonKS
feXthat I fear you wilt have to give us a line
fcjjor two of tho ono you are aeeklnjr if read
ers are 10 identity it. uo inn, ami we win
zee what we can do to find It for you.
Origin of the Potato
X heard a man declare today that potatoes
wer not cultivated first In Ireland Then why
call them "Irish potatoes," I should like to
know? And this name they have borne tor
hundreds of years, haven't they? While upon the
subject will you tell us where aweet potatoes
come from? I 'am a conservatlvn woman, DO
years old. and I am irettlm: tired of tre wai
the rresent seneratlon has of doubting the truth
ot alt sorts of old things I call it "removlnc
violently the ancient landmarks." If you read
your Bible you will see that a curse Is pro
nounced upon thoso who do that!
At the risk of incurring your dteploasure
I am forced by facts, vlilch I respect as
much as you do the good old things, to tell
you that the white (or Irlnh) potato was
not first cultivated In Ireland. It was In
troduced Into that Island by Sir Walter
Raleigh. He found potatoes growing In
North Carolina, then a part of Virginia,
carried some of them to his estate near
Cork and planted them there. This was In
15S5. They took at once to the soil and
flourished so finely as to become within a
century the staple food of the peasantry-
It was probably a native of South America
perhaps of Chill. Sweet potatoes were
carried from Peru by the Spaniards to their
country, and thence, in the course of time,
wertJ introduced Into England. Some writers
cay they are indigenous to East India and
known there as yams. They are so unlike
white potatoes that they can hardly be
considered members of the same botanical
Practical and Useful
It Is with real pleasure thst I pass on to
fellow Cornerltes a few household hints, which
know to be practical and useful For Clean
Ins Jewelry there Is nothing better than am
monia and water. If dull or soiled, rub on a
oft brush. Wash, rinse In cold water, and
tub, first on an old . lines handkerchief, then
with chamois skin. Their brilliancy will re
turn and the method cannot bo surpassed. Furs,
when taken out In the autumn, are often found
In a crushed and mussed shape. To freshen
them up. wet the fur with a clean hairbrush,
rubbing up In the wrong- direction. Let It dry
for about half an hour in the air. Then give
It a rood beating on the right side with a
rattan bestir. Then comb with a coarse comb,
following the right war of the fur. Never use
water from a stone reservoir for cooking pur
poses. Never allow fish or meat to remain
in paper. It absorb the Juices. To preserve
Sowers, put a little saltpeter In the water In
-which you place the bouquet, and the blossoms
will live for a fortnight. J. I W,
A budget of serviceable suggestions from
a. tried and true member ot our working
corps. Against but one ot the quintet do
we set an Interrogation mark. 'Why not
draw water from a atone reservoir for
cooking purposes? lake Miss Rosa Ds-tle.
1,1 only ask for Information."
Mother Shipton's Prophecy
Somebody referred In conversation at a lunch
on party today to a prophsey several hundred
ra old which has bean fulfilled la a wonder
ul way by modern Inventions. It was made by
an English witch named Shipley. Can you tell
me who aha was and where I could and her
prophecy T Everybody except me had heard of
her, but nobody could give any particulars about
, Was thara aver such a witch? And what
vh the prophecy? II. Q. M.
Tour Informant did not get the name
gvite right. The woman accounted a sooth
syer in her day was Ursula Southlel. who
.jskfcrrtea carpenter ruunea Monx snipion.
I tern went among the English peasants un-
'" the title of Motb.tr Shlptoh. This Is
KQTHEH SHfPTCarfl FKOPHECT.
Carriages: without hones shall go.
And accidents fill the world with wc
Around ths world thoughts shall fly,
In th twtaklliur elan are.
WtUr ahaU yet more wonders da.
How Strange, yet It shall be trues
Tea world upside down shall be.
a gom oa launa el root ox tree.
And no hors or ass be at their side.
Under water men shall walk.
Mall rids shall sleep, shall talk.
Etna air. men shall be sees,
whit, aid black, and green.
a In th.o water shall float
rouu Muum uaq coui rise.
A easy as a wooden beat.
tia snail oa iauna ana xi
, it bad that u not now known.
Pi and water shall wonders do.
rlaadghall at last admit a Jew.
I tea world to an. and shall come
alaT&tun hundred eighty-one.
m vh born in Yorkshire In ias and
la IMS. As tfcs world fcu outlived
wet for iu aegtruotion. wa may!
SM rr, is propnecy u a .una
i bus-m at utter improbabilities.
lnHait eoa of tlta prdc-
u mm rsnjimniif.. It U 44 Uut
iWTK JmW kr ceaw 4&tm tha
m m mhW8 few ttmiumiU um
QUERIES MORE IN JOY THAN SORROW WOMEN ADOPT
by Grief, However; It Is
of War and
visions that float along tho highways and
byways these days."
All of which I granted htm. But when
he began to bemoan tho fact that tho uni
versal adoption of tho Insignia of deep
mourning and widowhood would lessen
tho meaning of tho veil when a man
really came to die I had no patience with
"How." ho walled, "are we men going to
be properly mourned when wo pass Into
the great beyond If you women adopt tho
veil for such trivial and frivolous occa
sions as a shopping Jaunt or a trip to tho
movies? Wo ought to riso up and pro
test at this movo to cut us out of some
thing that Is duo us. It Isn't fair."
But men have always protested againit
our startling stylo Innovations. Why
should we hoed their purely personal and
selfish reasons now? If tho veil is no
longer the emblem of tho deepest kind of
mourning, fashion will soon evolve some
thing to take Its placo. It may bo de
creed that wo grieve In faco masks or
beauty spots, but It is scarcely probablo
that tho "fetchlngness" of tho widow's
veil over will be rivaled.
For too long a time has the widow had
the exclusive right to this charming head
piece. Small wonder that at the first
whisper of fashion's approval thousands
of women have botakon themselves to tho
veil countor for tho thrco or four yards
of soft chiffon that tho new veils require.
Presently when tho stylo Is fairly well
launched one shall gllmpso a seeming
mirage In the crowded streets of tho big
city. Floating clouds of lavender, green,
flvo shadei of blue, pinks, crimsons and
yellows will bemuse us. Tho veiled ladles
nro upon ua! M'LISS.
the Woman's Page
tlir livening ledger. Write on one side
(3) Tho domestic postage rates apply to
the Philippines as wolt as to Canada. Two
Dear M'LIss Kindly ghe me the address
of the doctor" that came from India and
curd the blind lady of Pan Francisco' V. T.
Doctors Aaron and li. D. Green are
doubtless tho physicians to whom you re
fer. Write to tho editor of the Journal
of tho American Medical Association, 17
West Forty-third street. New York city,
for their address Let me hear from you
If you do not get it.
All rommnntrntlona addressed to Marlon
norland should Inclose a ntjmned. self
addrensrd cm elope and a dinning t the
article In wtilcli you are Interested. lrrons
nlihln: to nlil In the charitable work of the
II. II C. should write Marlon Ilnrl ind In
rare tit IIiIn paper, for addresses of thoe
tltey wonld like tn relp. and. hnyjig received
item, communicate dlrret with tlioao parties.
one superstitious generation to the one
Copies of Poema
Have you tho poems called "Tho Little ninck
Sheep." by Paul Laur'nc Dunbnr. "The Fool's
Prayer." by Edward Rowland Sill, and "How
Did lou Die?" by Kdmund Vance Cooke? I Ilia
miles from n public library and hae not these
selections In my collection. Has any ono a
recipe for sweet cucumber pickle nr n good
catsup recipe? MUS, J M. A.
Your queries relative to the three poems
are parsed down tho lino to those who
will sympathize with your Inability to ob
tain them from a public library. Tho selec
tions are so popular that you are likely to
receive one or two if not three from our
well-read and obliging; constituents.
Cucumber Pickle Choose only Bmall cu
cumbers, as they make pretty as well as
tender plcklea Lay 160 small cucumbers
In cold water for an hour. Remose and
drain, thon turn Into a clean stone crock,
and pour over thorn cold brine, so utrong
that an eee will float on the surface. After
standing In this three days the pickles may
be removed, drained and dried on a clean
towel. Wash the atone crock and return
the cucumbers to It. Cover with pure water
until the next day. Have ready on the
ranee hot vlnecar In which vou havn
boiled two minced onions, twenty cloves, an
ounce each of mustard and celery seed, and
a few blades of mace. Fill the Jar with
this boiling mixture, and add a cup of sugar,
etlrrlng the cucumbers from the bottom.
Cover tightly. In n week Bcald the vine
gar again, and return to the Jar. Let the
pickles stand for six weeks before uslntr
Six months Is even better. This is an old
family recipe warranted, after a century's
wear, never to turn out shriveled or with
ered cucumbers, provided always that one
Is willing to follow each Btage of the proc
ess faithfully. I haie eaten pickles put up
In this way that were 20 years old. They
had gained richness and tenderness with
You do not say what kind of catsup you
have In mind. Assuming that you mean
that which 1b most generally In use I sup
ply directions for tomato catsup: Slice a
peck of unpeeled tomatoes with six white
onions and boll together until so soft they
may be rubbed through a colander. Now
strain through a colander,. Next strain
through a sieve and return to the Are with
three bay leaves, a tablespoon each of pow
dered mace, pepper, cloves, sugar and salt,
a half teaspoon of paprika and a tablespoon
of celery seed, this last tied up In a small
cheesecloth bag, Boll for six hours, stirring
frequently. Remove the bag of celery seed
and pour in a pint of cider vinegar. Bring
again to the boll, and remove from the
fire; when cold, bottle and seal.
Pure and Clean
from dairy to table
For all homehoU ua
Economical and tuuuiy
Ondmr frtun yos Grocer
HWIS COHBEMSgB MILK CO.
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.EVENING LEDaER-PHILADELPHlA, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1916.
BLOOMERS FOR THE TOT
IS THERE nny outfit of more use than tho romper for tho little tot? This comes In
slzei 1 and 2. Tho pattern Ib equally pretty In pink or bluo gingham. Tho whlto
pique at tho neck, cuffs and belt aro brlar-stltchcd, In the samo color as the rompor
Notice the small pocket tucked half wny behind the belt. The latter passes through
two 3traps In tho back and Is buttoned each sldo of tho front ; thl3 hold3 it firmly. Tho
romper opens In the back. Tho price la $1-25.
Tho pique hat with detachable crown Is extremely cunning with this. Tho crocheted
buttons, (taring brlrri on either sldo and rolling upward in the back, mako this an unusual
and pretty littlo hat. Price, $1.26.
Take ono old
boiler tube and a
hub, put them to
gether in the pre
and presto ! you
have, Popular Me
chanics tells us, a
The boiler tube
is cut to a length
of 8 feet and
sunk into the
ground so that only
(i feet arc ex
posed. Sections of
gas pipe are plac
ed at right angles
through the hub.
A coat of paint is
applied and a post
as practical as
could be bought is
A new wicker chair that Is attracting
much attention In the shops where It is
shown Is painted in various delicate shades,
and has a decidedly queer shape. The bot
tom Is of tho regulation hour-glass shape,
with a wide, curving back that stands out
In a huge fan-shaped arrangement, worthy
of the Dowager Kmpress of China. It Is
wonderfully picturesque, and photographers
have not been slow to realize this fact.
Many pictures of well-known actresses
have been posed In a chair of this sort, to
very good effect. ItH value as a household
decoration depends largely upon the size of
the room In which It Is placed.
Approval by tho
New York State
rians would be
more than enough
for most cream
eries, but at Men-
dale our own in
not only our cows,
but the cows of
our neighbors from
whom we buy
It is only by maintain
ing this standard of
purity and sanitation
good butter" can bo
Bell Phone, Market 37tt
Keystone Phoh, Jtala 173
Look for the "Utrlfotl"
vnuQualr-tiiht, (lusU and
odor'Ptoofal your gncen,
I Pill ml if
II I 111
Make Your Own Seasonings
Celery salt may be mado at homo with
very little trouble The main thing to re
member Is that all the celery tops that
you do not use during tho winter should
be put on top of the range, or some other
dry place, to get thoroughly dried. Crush
to a powder, ndd an cqunl nmount of salt.
Flies Bring Disease
KMHndE 1 DIJCA3CS
Did you over consider tho terrlblo significance of tho death rate
rtraong Infants? Vo you know that the common IIouso riy brings xl.
ff.ma aiiiuiTnrantllRParalvslR.Tvnhntd Favor and other fatal dls-
Smiwf Thn VI v la tho prcatost snreader ordlseasB eermn known to Medical Belencc.
Can you afford to run the risk of allowing theso pests la your borne? Kxtormluato ;
uem am uemuuni niw
SHEPARD'S HOUSE FLY AND INSECT KILLER :
Bure death to Flies, Mosqultoa, Bed-bugs, Cock-roaches, Fleas, Moths and all other '.
Insect and QEBM lllo.
Government Oil Iclnls and Dr. Murray, a celebrated Fhyalclan and Sop '
crlntcndent ol Health, ol Woshlnrjton, D. C-, ENDORSE IT, vlzj
On August 29th I witnessed n demonstration ofShepard's Fly Killer and found
that In a confined Bpaco this preparation did kill flics. AlxmtROO files were liberated
la a room lixSO feet and fumes from a bottle of Hhepard's Fly Killer were blown
hnur nil the flies In the room
, Thofumesfromthlarreparatlouprcxlaced nolllen'ectaupontha ,
I four persons present In the room during tho demonstration, and
except f u nu uaur
As ons of thn nnrsnns
was conducted, I take
una cod wined inerein.
A.anraver fron with
and nrat class stores.
a -J-, w I I 7?n 'HRBM
a. friend to poor complexions
ncainui soap is uui uuiy uimauauiy
cleansing and softening; but its reg
ular use helps nature give to the skin
and hair that beauty of perfect health
which it is impossible to imitate.
Tendency to pimples Is lessened,
redness and roughness disappear,
snd in a very short time the com
fiexlon usually become clear, fresh
Good form qucriet tfioutd be ad'
dressed to Deborah Ruth, written on
one side of thf paper and stoned wtth
full name and address, though Initials
ONLY toll! be published upon request.
Direct to 'Whom Letter Is Addressed
Dear Deborah Kuan When writing- n tetter
to n newly married couple, wnosonnme should
bo placed on the envelope, tho husband s or
wife's? and oblige
If the letter Is sent to both, tho envelope
should bo directed to Mr. and Mrs. -',
but If tho letter Is written to ono of the
newly wedded couplo tho onvelope should
be directed to that one. Because a woman
marries Is no reason why she should lose
her Identity and Individuality. Ho Is Mr.,
but she Is Mrs , quite as much.
Dear Deboran in r""" """; j
senfhore last week and the ear was crowded,
"o I t next to a ri?5,T!-.n. As we pro-
- .a t.tia Jtrwrt (a 4tlsa
when ho answered me he made n few further
remarks, so that we erew quite friendly, lie
told me where he was rolna- to atop and I tolrt
him where I am Maying-, hut he did not ask
If lie mlKhl call, and I did not ask him to.
Now I liked this' jonnf man yery. ery much
and would like to have him fpr a friend. JVould
It be proper for me to call him up and nsk him
to call? r- " Dl
It Is never good form to pursuo a chance
acquaintance, as you suggest, especially If
tho acquaintance Is a man, and equally espe
cially when ho has shown no desire to see
jou. It Is also never wise to start a conver
sation with strangers when traveling. If
tho young man wants to sea, you, he will en
deavor to be Introduced to you In tho proper
nay by somo mutual friend, you would be
taking a very false stop to mako any over
Yes, Ilavc n Chaperon
Dear Deborah flush My mother has allowed
me to !nlto 10 friends hois and (?lrla on i a
picnic to spend the day in the i Pork, anil she
says wo muit have a chjperon. It will spoil
the fun, I am sure, nnd. every one will alt
around nnd bo stiff. Will you help me with
your advice? My mother says she will let me
follow it. NfcLI..
Your mother Is perfectly right, my dear
Nell. It would be a mlstako not to have
an oldor person with you. Why not ask
somo ono of hor age to bo with her, so
that your guests will not foci obliged to
converse all tho time with hor.
Send Cards on Day
Pcor Weoornn Rush Mr husband and I have
been Invited to n Harden party tho first week
In September, and ns we shall ba away we
cannot attend. , Hhould I send regrets, or what
la tho proper thins for mo to do? The Invitations
Mr. nnd Mrs.
Thursday, September 14, from 4 until 7 p. m.
I in anxious to do tho correct thl".
Send two of your own and two of your
husband's ilsttlng cards in an envelope nd
drcsscd to Mr. and Mrs. nnd Mlsa on
tho day of tho tea. Tho two cards aro
Bent as nn act ot acknowledgment to tho
two hostesses, Mrs. and Miss whoso
debut It probably is.
Infants and Invalids
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For infan ts, invalids aid growing children.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding At whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers awl tho aged.
More nutritious than tea, coffee, etc
Instantly prepared. Requires no cooking.
Substitutes Coit YOU Same Price
hnd been killed bv the fumes.
oi puxo ux luu miuua uto uui. uupiuaa
(Slencd) A. L. MOnitAY, M. D.,
Bunt. Health, Washington. D. O. '
nrescnt when tho abovo demonstration
pleasure In substantiating tho lnforma.
(rllgnca) u. n. i-ur-iuis,
Investigator,) U. B UepU Agriculture.
iwnrv battle. For Elto at all Druzelsta
Manufactured and Guaranteed by
i fllGMQlJSE FLY
WILMINGTON. N. C
The soothin?. restoring influence
that makes this possible is the Resinol
which this soap contains and which
physicians have prescribed for over
twenty years, in Resinol Ointment,
in the care of skin and scalp troubles.
II lis skla U in but coiwUfcoo $reuj-h tcslett
or n uswisa vh si cosoutlcs. o a liulo Rtilnol
Ototaeat at int. Reused Sc.Jp as4 OUMas4
niJdbyHirutil4. Fot sample frt,vrU
THE OgRFUL CHEP
Iv& completely recovered,
surprising "t ?yT
From tke love tK.t I fell
int. short time o.
Itls svcK . relief to et.t
I wooldrst htve, mbae-cC it
ror nytKlrr5 xhouoh.
About the little chambers of my heart
Friends havo been coming going many n
Tho doors stand open there.
Somo, lightly stepping, enter; somo depart.
Freely thoy come and freely go, at will.
The walls give back their laughter ; all day
They fill tho house with song.
One door alone Is shut, one chamber still.
Mary B. Coleridge.
Cream of tomato Is nn excellent soup.
Use ono-half can of tomatoes, ono-qunrter
teaspoonful of soda, ono quart of milk, a
slice ot onion, four tnblcspoonfuls of flour,
a teaspoonful of Bait, a bit of pepper and
one-eighth cupful of buttor. Scald the milk
and the onion together, rcmovo tho onion
and thicken with flour diluted with cold
water until thin enough to pour, bolng care
ful that the mixture Is free from lumps.
Cook for 20 minutes, stirring constantly
until It Is well started. Cook tomatoes with
tho sugar for IB minutes, add soda and
rub through a sieve. Combine tho mixtures
and strain Into serving dish over butter,
salt and pepper.
PRIDE of K1LLARNET
54-lb. Tin 23c; y4-lb. Tin 12c
A cup of deliciously strong, fragrant Tea is what you'll have when
you brew Pride of Kilfarney. You may search this city over, but you
will have trouble to find a tea that can compare with Pride of Killarney,
even if you pay 80c to $1.00 'the pound. Pride of Killarney is a rare blend
of the choicest teas grown in India and Ceylon, and has iven years of
satisfaction to thousands of the most particular tea users in and around
Philadelphia. Use Pride of Killarney Tea for icing. Its flavor blends
perfectly with lemon, which cannot be said of many other teas. You'll
enjoy Pride of Killarney Tea any way you use it.
BEST GRANULATED SUGAR '?.,K.r 7c
KAMELIA TEA u. 29c
-lb. package, 15c; -ll?. package, 8c ,
A very good Tea of fine flavor and body. Kamelia is conceded by
the thousands of satisfied customers who use it daily to be "The Best'
Tea sold in this city nt its price. If you like a mild drinking tea you'll
be pleased with Kamelia. You can have your choice of Black, Mixed or
a very fragrant Old Country Assam.
Robinson & Crawford
The Stores Where Quality Counts Throughout the City and Suburbs
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n Balesmanshlo para better than othtr
taught in special courses for diet
icians, social workers, costume
designers, private secretaries and
story tellers, dressmakers, milli
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. 281 W. Chelten ATeniie. Oermantown
9th year opens Sept. 21. Klnderearten throurt
ccllece preparatory. Special courses In Domestlo
Science and Conversational French tor airls and
women. Manual trng. Mlas Marr Bentler, Prln
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Ilouaamotbar to Siva persoaaleare- tt
CKARLSa UlTCH'n.T-V "a M. BeadmasUr.
"ilVABTimOKE PBEPABATOBY BcltOoi,-
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You Need Not Fear
, Weaning Time
Weaning lime is hot neces
sarily a dangerous lime for
Ihc baby weaned on
It pnmdeta liiMrnouruninj, nnW,.
pared, pslslabls food Uut jour bsby wi
thrive on. .Sale, clttn snd Vrhoknme,
Drsnd- in your cookmj where ihe r?m,
calls (of milk snd tujar. It sires a deli
cioua rich Uaror la cake and puddmii.
Whtnyou buv milk or mill
products always aih for
Masterful Salesmen In great demand.
Nclt Collese Is the oldest School ot Sales
manship in the country.
Morning, afternoon and evening
classes. Instructive Literature,
Silas 8. Neff, Ph. D., J. Warran-Neff.
President and rounder. Manager.
NEFP COLLEGE cestnu? si.
Fill ENDS' CENTRAL
And Its Elementary Bchool ofter sTsaVl
courses of education from kindergarten to col
lege. Write for Year Bpolt. Schools opea t
mo, 26th. Enroll now,
JOHN W. CARR, Ph. D., Principal
lBTIt A?TD RACB ST8.. PlIIIiADELPnlA
PuMlo. Breaking. Elocution. DramaUo XrU
Salesmanship. Bend or Uleraturt.
1730 riie.lnut Street
Thirty years at lTth and Chestnut Streets.
Business. Bhorthand and Secretarial CoorMfc
opens cnirri atofficb
0MO..a0TH aJrlUULiDAIIjY AFTER 8TB
, STANLEY R. YARNALI- Principal
Young Men and Boys
Active co-operation of the .Poor
Richard Club and the Sales Uana
gers Club. Practical. up-to-tne
minute Instruction for, young, man
""'." !".."" "." .
weeiy including Business Law,
Economics. Instructors and lecturers
are big. successful mu.., Tultwn
moderate. 125 other nlgb-irM
UsD-TlliriVT nnniT '""-""-i;-"-.- TilJtr.
vvvyw nun- Bl0.r;Sd'ch.7ry u
tPrW fa . business ud CltU Srf
Ics. Call r eend for Catalog Z
lor Boyg. Ecdorsea ox "
American BniversUr. CoIUgs l
paratory course s,nd a good treur
lux tot Dullness. Course la
Liruiti. sgth v.
29th year oseo Sept.
Write tor catalogue. DtBU
rue ior ca
Y. CENTRAL NATATORIUM
MEwin m water changed aaiiy asa v"rii;
Cost la jaddltlm MSmKriP f.iU.
Ca JM HWQlbii-
I employment. we train ambitions
young- men and place them. Send (or
S Strayer'a Business College
fll . 801-507 Chestnut St.. 1'hlla. , I
InsS Walnut 8S4 Main JS-DO f
rn iri m nm nissni a i irnrinHruia
Preparatory. Music. ' . ,
Register Btot. 5.80. Besln Oct. ?-
The Phillips Brooks School