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EVENING LEDGBR-PHTCADBLPHIA; TtEDNESDAY. 'ATJGtTST 23, 1016;
FASHIONS HOUSEHOLD HINTS QUESTIONS AND ANSWEjRS CULINARY ADVICE ETIQUETTE
Soy who offbeed blood
little hero, m'liss writes
Youngster Who Wants to Help Provide Immune
Serum for Infantile-Paralysis Victims Sets
Courageous Example to Adults
AtJTTLB child, It seems, once moro
shall lead them.
I rise to nominate 7-year-old Stanloy
Roddick for a hero's medal.
It may be true, as the physicians ad
vise us, that extraction of blood from per
sons. Whd have recovered from infontllo
paralysis In order to obtain the dearly
sought and much-needed immune serum
has no harmful clTect on the giver of the
blood, but Just the same one who has
been the victim of such a dread disease
Is not to bo criticized too severely for
' wanting to keep -within himself all the
Immune properties his blood possesses.
Medical assurance that the giving up
of his blood will in no way Increaso his
chances of again being victimized prob
ably has little weight with the erstwhile
patient. Ho looks back on the time when
he was stricken down with poliomyelitis.
, He remembers the slim hopes that were
, entertained for his recovery. Perhaps he
has twisted, withered limbs today which
' help to revivify the memory of his illness.
1 Ho is well now. He does not want to bo
, stricken again. "What doea it matter that
doctors reiterate that ho has nothing to
lose and can do immeasurable good by
' giving up his blood?
Self-preservation is tho first law of man.
In Philadelphia, it has been published,
there aro 400 persons who, having re
covered from infantile paralysis, could,
If they would, add materially to the sup
ply of immuno serum. Tho opportunity
, has been given them to do more, perhaps,
than any other persona to check tho grow
ing plague. Four of the 400, of whom tho
majority are adults, have responded. Ono
child camo forward.
Cynics, perhaps, will arguo that tho
Letters to the Editor
Address all communications to M'LIss, enre of
of the paper
Dear M'LIss Would you kindly tell me what
the meaning and form ot belief the SJnrmons
profeinJ E. K.
1 do not treat of religion In any ot Its
phases la this column. "Webster's New In
ternational Dictionary, however, gives a
short, comprehensive definition ot the Mor
mon belief. Doubtless at any ot the li
braries you will bo able to get books on
All communication addressed to Morion
Ilarland should Inclose u stamped, self
addrased emelopo and a clipping ot the
article in which you are Interested.
Penuchi; Apple Sauce Cake
"This Is for Evelyn:. Penuchi Two cups
ot brown sugar, one-third cup of milk or
cweet cream, butter the size ot a walnut,
twp-thirds cup of walnut meats chopped.
Let all boll until It forms soft balls In
celd water. Then add nuts and beat until
creamy. Applo sauce cake One cup ci(
unsweetened apple sauce, one cup of sugar,
half cup of butter, one teaspoon of soda,
one teaspoon of salt, one and three-fourths
cupa of flour. Spices and citron to suit
taste. Bake In a slow oven. Use no eggs
and no milk. This cake will keep In a dry
covered box for weeks. LENA M."
"I know you all like good tested recipes,
o send two of mine :
"Potato doughnuts Take five good-sized
potatoes, boll and mash fine; add a piece
of butter the size of an egg, ono cup of
water, two cups of sugar, three well-beaten
eggs, five teaspoons of baking powder well
sifted with two cups of flour, flour enough
to roll. Fry in hot lard. Havo ready a
plate of sugar strongly flavored with cin
namon, and as you drain the cakes from
the hot fat roll them In sugar.
v'Doughnuts Half cup of sugar, half cup
of milk, two eggs, one and one-half tea
spoons of baking powder, one and one-half
tablespoons of lard, flour to stiffen.
"E. B. O."
Chicken n la King
Please rive me rood recipe for chicken a
b kin-. I have none that I can trust.
n. s. b.
Cut two cups of cold chicken Into slivers
and lay in enough Freeh dressing to cover
it for an hour. Heat two tablespoons of
butter in a saucepan, cook In this until
tender one small shredded pepper, one cup
of fresh mushrooms siloed thin, two sliced
truffles and half a teaspoon of grated onion.
After flvo minutes' simmering in the butter
etlr in the tablespoon of flour, and when
this bubbles pour in a cup of milk. Cook,
etlrring steadily, until the milk thickens;
season to taste with salt, paprika and a
dash of nutmeg, and lay In the chicken.
When the sauce bolls add the yolko of two
ggs beaten with three-quarters of a cup
of cream and a tablespoon of butter; copk
three minutes; squeeze In a few drops of
lemon Juice and serve chickens and sauce
on light brown toast This recipe has been
In the Corner before. It is taken from the;
cook book of one who has a well-merited
reputation for skill in culinary matters.
The dish prepared In obedience to this Is
excellent, if somewhat too elaborate V r the
average cook. We should be thanKul for
other simpler formulas which will bring
forth fruits as flue as this.
Rinse the Ice
Always Mnse the ice before it is put in
th refrigerator. If you can't prevail upon
the stony-hearted Iceman to rinse the ice
under the faucet before putting it In the
"' Thjx do it yourself. Often It happens that
i particles of straw and other things come
o when the ice melts, then slip down the
rain and cause trouble. Rinsing the ice
takes but a minute, and may save you a
rt deal of trouble, to say nothing of the
Good tsitt &&i fasMonablo
g-ewaa denies:! it
Sold iff Srug nn Bpart
heroism of children is the result not so
much of courage and character as of Ig
norance Many children, they wilt say,
Indulge In acta of sheer ( bravado be
cause they have not sense enough to re
frain. They do not know what to fear
and what not to fear.
But trust tho childish Imagination. In
stlnctlvely all children fear the doctor. To
them ho Is tho man who cuts and who
orders dlsagrceablo doses. I hold that the
brief little note written by Stanley Ited
dick to tho city bacteriologist is ns
heroic a missive ns has ever boon penned,
and his parents are to be commended not
only for "backing him up" In his act, as
they must hnvo done, but n's0 on 'mv
lng such a promising lad for a son.
To inject a bright ray In tho darkening
situation, Dr. Winner Kruson tells mo
that many of tho patients who recover
from Infantile paralysis aro left without
any deformity or any dire results from
tho disease. True, many are blighted for
life by it, but tho popular Impression that
all are left paralyzed Is an erroneous one.
And so far as our health records show,
persons who have had It onco are freo
of It forever. Their blood has been for
ever immunized, it is held. Although
when I put tho question this way to Doc
tor Krusen, "Could a person who has had
It over get it again?" he did not answer a
direct "No," but with that caution so
characteristic of medical and scientific
men replied, "So far as our records show,
no ono who has had Infantile paralysis
onco ha3 taken it a' second time."
At any rate, a 7-year-old child has
mado an offer which some threo hundred
or moro adults have not had tho "inclina
tion" to imitate. M'LISS.
of tho Woman's Page
the Evening Ledger.
Write on ons Mile
tho Church of tho Latter Day Saints, which
Is another name for the Mormon Church.
WEST PHILADELPHIA CORRESPOND
ENT Your letter is neatly written and
nicely worded? There Is no such vord as
"cvulgate," however. Did you mean, per
MISS ELVIRA VERNA
Belle of Little Italy, who died
almost on eve of her marriage.
DEATH CLAIMS BRIDE-TO-BE
Miss Elvira Verna Succumbs to Illness
Almost on Eve of Intended
Hundreds of residents In Philadelphia
today are mourning for Miss Elvira Verna,
of 1324 Tasker street, known as "The Belle
of the Italian Colony," She died yesterday
after a brief Illness .and almost on the eve
of her marriage, which was to have taken
place early next month.
Miss Verna was born In Philadelphia
23 years ago. She attended the Girls'
Normal School. Her popularity was evi
denced to a striking degree today when
messages were received more than a thou
sand miles from western States where she
had many acquaintances. Miss Verna had
been busy with her trousseau when she
was taken 111 two weeks ago. She was
engaged to be married to Dr. J, Pesolano,
of New Kensington, Pa,
Funeral services will be hedl next Satur
day, A solemn requiem mass will be sung,
nterment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Among the pallbearers will be her four
brothers, Chafrles, Daniel, Anthony and
Nicholas J. Verna,
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Protects and preserves delicate
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Wo send direct, prepaid, on
receipt of price
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SMART AFTERNOON TOILETTE
GEORGETTK crepe has come to stay, and the various combinations used with It of
silk or cloth make one wonder how we over have done without It. This model,
combined with serge, comes in sizes 10 to 24.
The shoulder cape Is tho special feature of this frock. It Is full enough to rlpplo grace
fully In the back. There Is a small rolling collar of whlto sill: bedford cord.
Tho crepe extends from the shoulder In lino plaits down to tho wldo serge band.
Tho metal clasp of tho belt in black with gold ornaments adds a dlstlnctlvo touch; tho
came is repeated in the back. Price, (20 Georgette crepe with silk may bo bought in
this model. It comes in dark blue, pink and white. Price, $22.50.
Tho stylish hat Is of velvet, with transparent brim. Three velvet loops stand out of
tho back, adding a smart touch. It comes In all colors. Price, ?4.9S.
Give Baby Plenty of Water
Don't let baby go thirsty In the hot
weather. He can't get too much water, be
cause he won't drink It If he doesn't want
It. But ho can get the wrong kind of water.
Summer Is typhoid time, and every woman
who thinks anything of her baby's health
will not hesitate to sco to it that every drop
of water he drinks has been properly stcr
Itlzed by boiling. It can be put In milk bot
tles and kept In the ice box for use.
Do not give the water directly before
feeding tlmo or meal tlmo If your child Is
old enough to eat solid foods. Glvo the
water between times ; It acts as a gentle and
natural laxative that Is easier on tho child's
tender stomach than drugs.
As soon as the baby begins to cry some
mothers rush to feed It. No matter what
the reason for the tears Is, tho child Is fed
Just the same. This is wrong for two rea
sons: First, the child may only want a
drink, and, secondly, this practice frequently
leads to the worst of evils overfeeding the
child. Overfed babies are the first ones to
fall when the warm weather comes, with Its
Here Is the proper way to prepare the
barley or oatmeal water that tho doctor
usually recommends: Add two tablespoon
fuls of washed pearl barley or oatmeal to
a quart of cold water. Boll this down to
a pint, which takes about two hours. Strain
while hot and add enough cold boiled water
to make a quart of the fluid. Keep cool
in a glass Jar, covered.
KILL THE FLY
SAVE THE CHILD
Shepard's House Fly
and Insect Killer
KILLS ALL INSECTS
AND GERM LIFE
A household necessity.
Beneficial to breathe.
Used with a sprayer,
Free from poison.
Recommended by doctors.
Ask your druggist or grocer today.
SHEPHARD'S CHEMICAL CO.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap 2uiutimti3. cost YD U earns prfca
Fresh Peach Ice Cream
Fresh peach Ico cream Is a general fa
vorite, especially if It is home-mado. Hero
Is n good recipe: Take rjerfectly rlpo free
stone peaches, paro and mash them very
line. Make them very sweet and measure
them. To each quart of peaches add a
quart of cream or rich milk, crack a half
dozen stones, mash the kernels inside and
add. This gives tho peculiar tart tasto to
the cream that Is so good. Freeze until
Paraffin Is useful In removing paint
stains from clothes. Dip the stain Into
tho paraffin, rub between the Angers and
then glvo tho goods a thorough washing
with good white soap and warm water.
Turpentine also removes paint.
An Extra Towel Rack
That la a Real Convenience and
Assurance of a Tidy Bathroom!
This is a really handsome fixture
one of a complete set that would
make a delightful "all white" bath
room. Made of tha finest White Vitre
ous China, easy to Install and to keep
You should Inspect this perfect fix
ture. It is sold under the FLECK J1BOS.
CO. IRONCLAD aUAHANTKE. Write
for full particulars or visit our t silly
reached showrooms today,
Showrooms, 41-46-18 i SO X, Sth St.
Sale ox Top Goats
The. remainder of this
season's most desirable styles
and modes, all of -which,
were selling at from $50
to $75, now go to make
room for fall creations
Sweaters that previously sold
at $25 to $30 now $10 up
Fur and Millinery Skop
1423 WALNUT STREET
Good form, queriea 7iouM be ad
dressed to Deborah Hush, written, on
one side of tho paper and atoned teMfc
full name and address, though nUfais
ONLY will be published upon request.
This column will appear In Monday's,
Wednesday' and Friday' Evening
Drar ntborah Ktlih t nm jnvlted to a. ince
by Mr. and, Mrs. , --- and Mis; ... T1
Invitation ''requests tho honor of Mr,
presence.5' nnd 1 wont to answer correctly.
tvii h. ,n kind as to word a formal ac
ceptance for me? J K. B.
As the Invitation Is a formal one, writ
ten In tho third person, you should answer
In kind, as follows! ...
Number nnd street
Mr. J - K E
Accepts with pleasuro
Mr. and Mrs.
Kind Invitation for Wednesday ovenlng,
September tho thirteenth,
At half-past eight o'clock.
August the twenty-third. .
Dear Deborah lluth Will you tell, me hew
tho nfteenth . weddlna anniversary 'should bo
celebrated? Is tho fifteenth tho tin or glass
neddlns? MS- 1" ' K-
Tho fifteenth wedding nnnlvcrsary Is
called tho crystal wedding, and it Is cus
tomary to send presents of cut glass, Ve
netian glass nnd nil of tho exqulslto va
rieties of glassware. A good way to cele
brate tho nnnlversnry would bo to glvo a
reception, or tea, Tho former Is preferable
In tho evening, and send engraved cards to
all your friends. If you do not wish to
send a regular engraved card, the card
Mr. and Mrs. should be Bent nnd tho
date of tho wedding and year, nnd tho
present year should bo on tho lower left
For refreshments, servo chicken or lob
ster salnd, croquettes, sweetbread patties,
ico cream, cake, bonbons and coffee.
Proper Attire for Cafes
Dear Deborah Hush Will you pleaio tell mo
whRt sort of clothes aro considered in good
form to wear to n, cafe In tho summer even
lncsj Should one wear n, hat? IS. D. V.
A simple lingerie frock, or ono of gcor
eetto creno or taffeta, cut open at tho neck,
ia alwnvs onnronrlato, though a voile or
lawn gown would bo In equally good taste.
A hat should always la worn in summer
time. Table Setting
Dcor Deborah ilusR Should Ico always be
placed In slasses at tho table? Are eoblets ever
placed on small saucers to keep the cloth from
gettlns wet? Is It necessary to use n table
cloth ot luncheon? rOHTIA.
Tes, Ice should always bo placed In
glasses at the' table tumblers and Iced tea
or lemonade glasses are placed on small
saucers, but goblets aro never arranged
on tho tablo that way. It Is not only un
necessary to uso a tablecloth at lunch, but
It la customary to use a centerpiece' and
plato doilies rather than a cloth.
Stuff potatoes with cheese some day for
a change in tho regular diet. Bako tho
potatoes until they aro qulto soft, then
cut them in halves with a sharp knife.
Turn tho insldes into a bowl, mash well,
then add a small cupful of grated cheeso
and seasoning. Snlt, pepper or paprika will
do. Beat with n fork until light nnd
creamy, then pack Into tho skins. Return
to tho oven and bako until they are quite
brown on top.
For the Fountain Pen
Does your fountain pen leak whero the
pen part screws onto tho holder? Ono
woman found a wny to stop this. Whon
she fills her pen she dips a toothpick In
white vaseline and covers tho threads of
tho pen with It. It works like a charm
no more Inky fingers from a leaky pen.
A penny wisely
spent is better
than a penny un
butters, but the
people who wisely
buy this "uncom
monlygoodbutter" really get more for
They get pure,
sweet, fresh butter
a full pound of
it. made, regardless
of expense, with
only one great aim
to make the best
butter that it is
possible to make.
(Makers ot , . , , ,
Keystone Phone, Miln 1783
Look for thtJ'MtjUoii"
vnaptratr.tttht. dust, and
oaor-proof-at your smart.
9 i &
THL CHEERFUL CHEM
I ttukc mywo&s -to-
3Ke. cWrj me vp when
The trees 11 whisper
in the. wind,
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TWcAs too b-d.
Stylish Playing Cards
Cards nro receiving speclat nttentlon now
days, They aren't tho much-figured things
they used to be they must conform to tho
color scheme of tho fashionable woman's
cardroom or boudoir. Anil they nro deco
rated in any way sho chooses, from her
monogram to a plcturo of horself, her pet
dog, her family or her country houso. Of
course, these aro highly finished with n
glossy Burfaco and gilt edges.
Seals Are In Again
Onco moro It Is tho fashion to seal ono's
letters. This may be done with tho ordi
nary seal, or with a Benl ring. An old--fashioned
glnss lamp nnd antlquo bronzo
blow lamp to heat the wax are attractive
tiHra i I Jpggt
BANKS BUSINESS COLLEGE
la for younit men, nnd rouns .women
who are determined, In splto of bolni
employed nil day lone, to acquire tho
ability to crasp and hold the hlBhest
positions In business life. The superior
ity of our Nleht School , over others
la duo to our modern methods and our
system of Individual Instruction which
enables tho teacher to come In per
sonal contnet with every, pupil and to
supervlso closely the work of tho stu
dent. The same tenchors nra employed
In our Nlnht School as In our day
school, and Identically tho Banw . sub
jects aro taucht. As our Instruction Is
Individual, pupils may enter at any
time, with tho certainty of belne ac
corded as much attention as their
advancement may renulro. Hero Is tho
opportunity to preparo for tho position
"higher up." No examinations. You
may elect nny of tho following courses:
11 ookkeeplnv. Accounting, Uusiness, Ste
nonraphv, Tjpcicritlufl, Secretarial, Civil
3 nlghtB a week each month (12 ses
Dav School Opens Sept. Sth.
Nioht School Opens Sept. Cth,
Enter Anu Time.
K. SI. Hull, A. St., Fd. .. President
925 Chestnut St., Phila.
We Guarantee Positions
tij all who complete our Tractlcal
Ttuslntss Courses. Become a Stenog
rapher, Bookkeeper, Secretary or Sales
man. Students' sees 14 to 40 Both
Sexes Day and Night. Charges mod
erate. Begin your course now.
Strayer's Business College
xui-hut cnestnnc ?t.. l'riiin. ,
Walnut 38t Main 23-110
And Its Elementary Schools offer traded
courses of education from klndersurten to col
leee. Write for Year Book. Schools open 0th
mo. 20th. Enroll now,
JOHN W. CARR, Ph. D Principal
lBTlt AND RACE ST3.. PHILADELPHIA
The Phillips Brooks School
Boys' school, opposite Clark Park. Athletlo field
adjoining- buildings. Large, fully-equipped cym
naslum. Exp. teachers. Year book. iloVVAUU a.
IC1TZIX. Headmaster. 4831 Baltimore Avenue.
PubHo Speaking, Elocution. Dramatlo Art,
Salesmanship. Send for Literature.
1730 CliKlnnt Street
Thirty years at lTth and Chestnut Streets.
Business. Shorthand and Secretarial Courses.
Young- Ladles and Girls
PENN HALL SCHOOL
Modem fireproof buildings, new jrymnaslum.
mlmmlnir DOOl. COHeirs nrnnrntnpw n.n., ..
uoaerri wrcpiuv """""'n. now srmnasium.
swimming- pool. College preparatory, modern
languages, music, dgmestio arts. etc. Certificate
privileges. Uooms with private bath. Hotel
Gladstone. Atlantlo City, occupied by school each
May. work continues without Interruption,
.UK 8. MACULE. A. It., Principal.
Phila. School of Design for Women
ItEOPENS OCTOBER I, lOlfl
BBDA1) AND MAST KB tfTKEKTB
The Stevens School for Girls
til W. Chelten Avenue, Reraantown
48th year opens 8ept. 21 Kindergarten through
college preparatory. Special courses In Domestlo
Science and Conversational Trench for ilrisand
women. Manual trnf. Miss Marr Bentlir. Pfln
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STANLEY R. YARNALL. Prlnrln"
WALNUT LANE SCHOOL
Science. Interior Decora-n. aeortTlal.i.m.e,;iL0
SOUTH BETHLEHEM. PA
Biahopthorpe Manor or air'- coiie
finishing course, f0r hl,h Bchoo?"?ftdun.tMd
Music, Domestlo Science, etc, Individual .t.V
C. N.'WYANT. Box 2B0.' S BBTIILEII&r11'?,'?-
MONTESSOBI TKACIIEB TRAINING SCIinnF
TounTudles and girls; prao. "courses send i 8
Int. cat. Mrs. J. Scott 'Andersoi Blraotres.
Box 113. Torresdal House. Torr.aVg ""
Young Men and tinra
WENOXAU. H. j.
12 miles from Philadelphia. In town with,,
factories and saloons. O. s. Army DM?ff
tailed. Special school for Junigli caKi?"
CLAYTON A. BNYI)EBi,PP'u"g-,
it !. ueaonan, N. J. ' '
I opens. xiSXsl
.sj5tr .?,? "sua
Housemother J ilvo personal mT -
NAZABETU. PA, '
NAZABBTUHAiyb Slixlf ABY" AOABKtv-
KnaJteth, Pa. FogOffed 1T43. &t i5 Co!L.
1'jepAJ-itcry and Business Courses iIin,fcS"VB
AWMavJUj aaji J8, OtmX, Sw2s
The Last Wish
Since all that I can ever do for thm
Is to do nothing, this my prayer mnt i,-.
That thou mnyst never guess nor evil."
The all-endured this nothlng-done eo.t. !'
j BUY J
(The kind with the Cupid
on the can)
GET THE BEST
Satisfies that summer thirst
make it as follows:
Prepare as usual; slightly
more cocoa per cup than
for hot cocon. Use all
milk or milk and cream)
cool; serve with ice.
at your grocer's or tend
direct to us for copy.
Dnnnvftrinnr nt rnmmW.1
r . -., .
Accounting (Degree of C. P. A;)
Corporation accounting and banking.
Plan reading, estimating.
Full particulars in special caialogf.
State course in which you arc inter
ested and write, phone or call today
for catalog M-15.
Day and evening school begins Tuti
day, September S.
rhono. Diamond 031
1 Hrond St., below Berks B
..Masterful Salesmen In great demtnl"!
i-icii uoueco is ino oldest Bcnool of Htlu
manshlp In tho country.
Moraine, afternoon nnd evening
classes. Instructive Literature.
Silas S. Nert, Ph. D., J. Warren Naff,
President nnd Founder. Manager.
COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
AM OPEN-AIB KC1KIOI, FOB GIItLS ASD
GKKTRUIJE IIABT.MAN. A. B.,
llr-n JIawr College, Director.
BROWN PREP Parkway Bldr.
Prepare for collese, hualncss and Civil Brr- -Ice,
Call or send for Cataloe I. "t,
kew ni.oo.Mnrj.i). ta.
OAUHON' I.OXO INSTITUTE 7th Year-Ni
Bloomneld Academy. Courses: College Pina
ntory. Music. Business. Normal. Junior, B
nrate modern buildings fcr boys and glr:. .
Pupils under 12 years special attention. Tenai
$2 and. up: Juniors. J235. Csrson Leaf
Institute, Ilog U, New Illoomfleld, Pa.
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nmV&A aiinMav vnawlAHA .aaAksva an.4 m. ' 'S I
plete equipment. Alms to develop strong rots. I
Catalogue. Y. A. HUTCHISON, Heidmsitw. , VI
Young Men and Hon
Real Estate and Conveyancing
Hundreds of men have bein pripsnl
for profitable Heal Estate biulnuf
through this course. Including K!
Estate Law and Practice. Coarir-
unrinr and Business Law. Instructors
and special lecturers of the bUM!
standing. Course Is complete InoM
year two nights a week. TultlM
moderate. 12B other hlgh-mle
courses Commercial, Enuifrl.
Ileglster Bept. 25-30. Begin Oct. i. .
Spring Garden Institute
Broad and Spring- Oarden, Phils.
Architectural Drawing Mechanical Drswlsf
Free Hand Drawlnir llook and Periodical
Machine Shop Practice Illustration ...
Arithmetic, Algebra Pattern Shop Prsctlcl '
and Geometry Machine Shop MtB. (
Nominal fees. Practical, efflclent InstnjcUrl,
Day and Evening. WR1TR FOR BOOKLET. .
A country school founded In 1870.
f' Modern buildings, large, campus, ""f
I Small classes and Individual Instructs. I
i.nro.uQ college preparation. Bat v
J500 for single room. All athletics. SepM'
school for younger boys. We Invlts clastrt
Investigation a pergonal visit lf4 posilbll.
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AUT1IUB E. BBOIVN. B. A.. Peaatagstel
BWABTIIM OB E. PA.
Swarlhraore Preparatory SdNii-
. Every facility In modern, well-equipped kulU;
Ings. recreation, and retlned urroundlnfs. Ba
trained, to the very highest standard of "
lean citizenship. Sound mind and strong wd-"
that la your Swarthmora boy,
A. II. TOMLINSON, Heailmwt
Bog 11. Swarthmore. Pa.
(. Endorsed tl !
i University. Cofisw t
course and a mJ"L
luilness. Course to
23tn year opens Sett. II-
Writ' for u
Pennsylvania MUitary ColIe
CHESTEB. PEJjNA.. .
Bnarat Pr2caratory Bduwl i&fi .
TK West Polaf ot the "W'.S
perlor SchoUstlo, Physic! nd M?5JKSft5"
to develop Superior Men, Degrees la ChuaWWj
Civil Engineering, Economics w4 rtoassa, F
equipment. . ,ui
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