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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1916,
FASHIONS CORRESPONDENCE HOUSEHOLD ADVICE SEWING HINTS COOKERY QUERIEil
M'LISS SCORES PARENTS WHO
NEGLECT CHILDREN'S HEALTH
Medical Attention Being More Easily Obtainable
Now Than Ever Before, Little Excuse Remains
for the Carelessness of Some Mothers
AN EXPENSIVELY dressed woman Got
li on tho cnr. With her uoro threa
children, likewise lavishly garbed, They
called her "Mother." Two of the young
sters pronounced their words in tho chok
ing way that persons who have bad colds
and soro throats talk. They had ado
Holds. I've sen so many children Uko them In
clinics and In the slums. They cannot
closo their mouths properly; their upper
lips arc thick and protruding, often show
lnff the teeth. The lower Jaw hangs
down in a fashion that Imparts a stupid,
vacuous expression to faces, tho features
of which In many cases are attractive
Children bo mulcted goep their breath
through tho mouth Instead of through
It seemed almost criminally negligent
of this mother to let her children so suffer
for medical attention nnd yet have tlmo
and money to bother to dress them in
hand-cmbroldered Irish linens of tho fin
Physicians will tell you that adonolds
are responsible for miirli of tho stupidity,
much of tho obstinacy of children. Often
a mother will deplore the fact that her
offspring is plain dumb when in reality
It Is suffering for tho need of a little
More often sho bemoans the fact that
ho Is a reprehensible, headstrong, good-for-nothing
or an incurable little liar,
who Is bound to como to a bad end, when
thero isn't a thing In tho world tho mat
tor with him except that he has adenoids
and enlarged tonsils.
With medical and dental supervision In
Letters to the Editor of
Address all communication to M'l.Ui. t ire of
of the impfr
Dear M'I.lis Rernl we'ks nrco thF-re if a
piece In this paper from a 15-jenr-otd rrlrt Shu
nanted a frlerd. Nnw if ou hm tm 1 miN
written by a plrl 1R or in enrs old who Is
a Protestant nnd nan no hud htiltitt t r h
had nothing bid said about her she will
And a. true and trusting friend here for 1 ncr
fiad any, but ala longed for one I' 1 time
et mo know through the Uti.mvu I.rtxir.11
MARION HARLAND'S CORNER
Some' Paint Removers
It CONTINUING L T. J 's reference to
J paint, published in your corner. I
would say that the so-called patent paint
removers contain equal parts of benzol and
wood alcohol with two ounces of paradln
wax dissolved In each gallon. C. A Ij
right, turpentine, bcnzlno. gasoline, naph
tha or alcohol aro all equally useless for
removing dry ptint or varnish. Alcohol
Will remove shellac, but paint requires
chloroform, ether, benzol (not benzine),
carbon tetrachloride or lye. Strong am
monia Is good, so are chloroform nnd Its
half-brother, carbon tetrachloride. l'ur
thermore, they havo tho additional advan
tage of being unhurnable, white ether and
benzol are violently inflammable.
"L. a 13."
Author of War Sonfj
"The author of 'Tenting on the Old Camp
Ground' was Walter Klttredgo. nnd it was
a union war song during our Civil "War.
It la understood that the author is an
"A SOLDiniVS DAUGHTER"
The Trap Door Spider
"In answer to Jacob K. 13. who doubts
tho existence of n spider having a home
with a door or trap. I havo in my posses
sion a spider commonly called the trap
door spider. Its nest was cut from a clay
bank. It Is brown In color, as Is tho clay
It Is four Inches long by an Inch and a
half In diameter. Over It Is a trap door
held by a most Ingenious hinge, and closing
with a spring No untrained eyo could
possibly detect It In the clay bank. By In
nertlne apln point, the trap door may be
raised. TJie Interior Is white and fln shed
like a piece of eatln Nature provides a
way for the spider to open the door of his
home, for grow.ng to one of his feet is a
hard little claw. With this he passes In
and out of hla house. Once Inside, tho
door snapped shut, he Is safe from any In
truder. This should silence the skept clsm
of Jacob IC K MftS. E. D."
Yinegar From Honey
"Some one asks how to make vinegar
from honiy. Vinegar made from honey
has an exceptionally fine flavor and Is not
expensive. A little honey makes a large
quantltjtrt 'vlnegaryy follow these direc
tions: IJHsaolvo thoroughly In two gallons
of warm soft water one quart Jar of ex
tractedyhoney. Give It air and keep it In a
warm place, where It will ferment and
make excellent vinegar. B."
' Origin of Quotation
I should bo greatly obliged If you can tell
tne what tho following quotations la taken from
"Chaste aa an Icicle that Is curdlrd by the
froat from purest snow and nanus on DUna'a
tempi," ii x. c.
Referred. I have searched books and
Inquired of well-read persons In vain for a
clue to the. lines You will hear from the
well-nigh omn sclent constituency.
Another Uncle Sain
"Reading In the Corner of the United
States helng named after Samuel Wilson.
who was called 'Uncle Sam reminds me of
another Samuel Wilson, who was my grand
father. He. fought In the war of 1812 and
was known from far and near as 'Unclj
Sam.' Ills ancestors fought In the Revolu
tionary War and helped dump the tea Into
the Boston Harbor. 'Uncle Sam' Wilson
was among those patriots, and so each gen
eration has handed down the name to the
following generation. He now has a erantl
an bearing that name. Eighteen of his
grandsons fought In the Civil War, Fjve
of them never returned. Here is one of my
grandfather's war btorles; The boys .'had
, ,mnfn careless about keeping watch of
,. their guns when they were stacked. So, to
teacn them a lesson, one night he took all
their1 guns away Then he made a noise
. like Indiana coming The men sprang in
haata for the guns, when, to their horror,
none waa to be found. Consternation reigned
for a while. But It proved a useful lesson
and was appreciated also. E. E. W, J."
Stiffening Crocheted Baskets
. I Wlh to tell V J K. that I made crocheted
baskets It winter and stlffviwd them by
T"ITTnf c&e crsspwra oi sugar Vila oaa ol
warm wattrr. dliseivlns it welt. I then dried
tLt-Ki upon . farm Uut ulwpeil tbcm properly.
I M especially Interested la what La written
bosrt crocbtet vrfwk. .F E. p
May we inquire If the sugary stiffening
did not attract flies In summer? I have
Jieard of such things. Would not gum
ttrsols b less likely to draw the Insects?
Wants Copy of Poem
, t skoaW iUso to obtain a ipopy of tbe poem.
42 yuu wer dead," whkh aupart,d lo your
ffottitr sm eoosla but Satan ihs army To
mm- tfcall 1 writ fr iniraattear
Yfc Wit tor th poem U referred to
nJtJtj.tn to KaL It your fsoualn haa
jrnr" lk- -ptHWt or if to bol uga to tha
tho schools now an established fact. It
seems Incredible that so many jwirents
"get by" with this neglect. llut what is
mote unbelievable Is that they should
need to be goaded Into Insuring the luultli
of their children, which Is so easily and
simply Insuied by tho careful attention to
eyes, teeth and throat chiefly.
Many mothers havo n disproportion ito
Idea of tho value of things. Clothes
could never be more Important than
health, and yet there are women who will
rest sereno In tho thought that they have
done their duty If their children are well
fed and well dressed.
Thcio is nothing for which a child can
bo tnoro grateful to Its paronts than for
huvlng been started light phjslcully.
Thero Is no one thing that a. parent can
do for a child which will contribute tnoro
to Its success In after life than to neglect
no measures that will help filvo It perfect
A child which has a strong normal body
will In all likelihood develop a strong nor
mal mentality nnd n strong normal mo
rality. A child which Is allowed to carry
In Its nose and tin oat such germ bags as
adenoids nnd enlarged tonsils Is hnndl
capped with an almost Insurmountable
obstacle fiom the ery outset of Its ca
reer. It may have the Jojs of patent leather
shoes nnd extravagant frocks to console
It for Its inability to breathe propel ly, but
If It manages to survive modern bacilli,
which even ns tho biblical Hon are seek
ing whom they imy devour. It Is doubt
ful if It will cheilah a feeling of enthusi
astic gratitude for Its foolish mother and
the Woman's Page
th KtenliiR Ledger. Write on one hWo
I will thank nu for otir V'n ln If vnu
will llnd me this Kind of ii ulrl friend. I am
n plrl who hnfl no mother nnd wNh a Klrl
flit ml Ili'Plru this will tjrln" me liucid-
nets nnrt luck, 1 nm H. A.
I trust the publication of your letter will
bring the rcipsnse you ilcirc.
Alt rrini.u l'ii,j.i. .ul lretietl to Marlon
Murium! Ip I ln'i' it M.iitiprd. i.rlf
uilurrHvr.l . ''.jpi urn u rllmiln of the
urtlrlo In A j i rr I'ltercMrtl.
regular army, -. s'lould wrlto to the
headquartr is or l i r glment jou think
he .vould 'i llkx . to join Lists of en
lltted men ait !i, t'.use, and may be
seen by Iniulrlr mend".
Meaning of Klialii
Will jnu tell m tho rr'.inlns of tho word
"I. ijkI' In in oririiHi' it is from tne Illn.lu
lanBuaite, I nm tnl I an'l tht thn Uritlsh
wilillers Bot thu uniform In Inilla. Hut what
iloea it mean? In It i propor nimo'
n. n, d.
Khaki meins "durtcilired" or "nahv."
Tho uniform was adopted by tho J3nglish
and later by tho Americans becauso It does
not, as old-fashioned people say, show dirt.
It Is ugly In tho txtieme, but rervlceable.
Value of Canceled Stamps
rm,; 'Tff ust2 ,lr .30 'ir run thej le
'fh?" .J .hSc bva ' evenl rluls anil h'i.
o. 'fi aU BroIvtnBciuh; ww0ul.irinVAT. mTko
a little pin money for our treiaurj M. S T.
I. too, have heard of places where can
celed stamps are bought by the thousand
but my recollection Is too hazy to be
trusted The query will be answered satis
factorily by readers. I rcgihter It and jour
Sour Cream Biscuila
It in with rml plranurp thit I pass nfr to
ou a recip reniiPstPU b 'form-rite"- "our
i nam hlsr-ultjW.. cups of flour two t""
upoonfui of baklnc tuniWt, thr.o-fourlns l5.
spoonful of silt w-tnlrtl tublnnooiiful of
srorti-nlnir on- cup of aour cream, half ta
xponntul of ao.lt (aalirntua) ard a uttlo water
or sweet milk as n.lPtl sift th.itaL.ffiL.
nir iinwner and nalt tnkther With a Itiilfe or
the tlpa of th Itn.-era work In thn "horifilnB
Mir the soda Into the sour cream, then u" the
i ream to mn'te a d .ujh Turn out upon a
Honred loard Iinmlllnjr aa little rh poss bl8
Itoll upon a Hat aurfare nnd cut wltn a biscuit
cutter Hake In a hot oen.
hour cream lUd dn nslna Heat ono cup of
a'.ur iream ono tnbleanoonful of lemon lulce.
and quarter tenanoonful cch of salt, paprika
and mustard until lirm fiwu
.plce rake with our milk One cupful of
B-iitar hnlf e.ipfui of ahortenlnu-. one cupful of
chopped rallna, one tenspoonful of aodt mixed
In a tun of spur milk one tenanoonful men
or cloea. cinnamon nnd nutmeu, three eunfulfl
of Hour. Put raisins Into tho caku with the
flour. j w
Truly a noteworthy addition to the store
of sour milk recipes to winch reference was
made Just now. More than ono Cornerlte
will rejoice and be glad In them.
There's a high
standard of butter
making up at
which means that
every pound of
must be pure,
clean, sweet and
fresh. That every
pound must be a
full pound. That
be clean and sani
tary. That every
work'er must up
hold this standard,
so that Meridale
Butter will always
be the "uncom
AYER & McKINNEY
(Maker of ,., . , .,
Bell Phone, Market 3741
Keyatone Phone, Main 17S3
Look for tht "Mtrlolt"
wrapptr-olT'ttght, 4iut- and
edot-pnofat oar groctn.
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v, t? is U irn.
MBM ill sl
TAILORED BLOUSE OF HANDKERCHIEF LINEN
TII12 lltouso pl.ijs a very important jinrt In tho wardrobe, but never more so than
at tho piescnt so.kii. This is a useful as well as eMremcly attractive one. It
Is ofterctt In a vailety of colors, rucIi as blue, ros-e, niiilro, purple nnd green, and
in Klzes ?A to 42.
The white In the collar nnd r-iffs nnd the pearl buttons and hemstitching make, just
the right flnlh to this dainty bloue The prIcols $4.
Iho white angora hut in a n v fall moiM, with colored bow, also binding and facing
of the name, teems to bo ninilp for thH blotifc.
For Your Lights
N"o matter how tiny the boudoir light
If It's but a single rlictrlc bulb rr a timid
gnslirht there's a parchment shade to dls
gtl so It These sh.ults conic In all Kisrc.i,
the tiny tlnce or four-Inch ones being tho
most useful. They lit over any kind of a
light nnd bo.ist mnc beautiful decorative
woik such as li.tnd-ii.ilnted birds, bended
and braided edges.
Polly Want a Cracker?
I'ariots nro In fnhlon .is pets onco more,
Or.ty African ones ha" o the suietest dis
positions and the most loqu.iclou i tongues
Scarltt-crested whites, however, or the
brilliant j oltovv and bcarlct ones aro more
They are uncannily human In the food
that they like cereals coffee, milk and
corn blend are favorite dishes
Did You Ever Try It?
Pon't dlscird tho lowly orange peel. It
ran be dried In the oon some dav when
you aie cooking the roast, then taken out
and grated Into a glass Jar. Label nnd
put it nwiy When you iniko cakes flavor
them with thf grated pel It's delicious.
Fans Are Fancy
Ilnnd-palited fans are quite in line v.lth
the other p tinted articles tn.it have been in
o;ue for the last two ot three months
They are decorated with flowers, birds and
futuristic designs In various colors.
Keeps Milk From Turning
MI1V" Is often nccuscd of "turning" in
the hot vvoathci A pinch of salt not much,
Just a tln pinch added to tho milk when
It arrives In tho morning does much toward
keeping the ml k hweet for days.
Watermelon cocktail is a tasty dish. Cut
cuhea frm the tentCr 0t a ,arR0 3ulCy
'melon, well chilled. Sprinkle with pow-
deied sugar and cry.stall zed ginger root.
Serve in compote glasses
Cleaning White Kid
To clean white Md gloves In a hurry,
scrub them with a mixture of powdered
alum and fuller's earth. Iirufh off, and
sprinkle them with whiting
To Preserve Cheese
Cheese will not become mouldy If ou
keep It covered with a cloth wrung out In
vinegar This will keep the cheese fresh
Tar spots, It they can be removed at ail
by the amateur, should bo rubbed with
clean lard and let He This. In turn, should
bo removed with gasoline or hot suds.
Cake Baking Hint
If your cake looks hard and tough, set In
a deep dish with a bowl of hot water un
derneath and leave The Meant will moisten
the cako and make it hoft
f i -JiViinsifr rTrrrrmra. ,
What Do You Put
Into Your Baby's
To ivisely choose the food
that goes into baby's bottle is
your greatest duty for upon 5
that food depends your 5
baby's health. J
'Jhoutands of anxious
b mothert choose a
i Jctle. 73csrecv
; EAGLE j
thf nnr.Mi m u
ttUMuumcUonch,aouriiLlDg S 0
8 tu bs mj pute cice ugu
n Delicate btby tlomachi cn etiJy
tJjeat it, and you can prepare it
5 without the leait b j of troLhl. It
u i always the lame ta quality.
S Have you tried "Eagle Brand" Jn
cooking) It ij a wonderful coove
B niepce. Ute it la every redpe tbt
call for auk and tugar.
Whtn jroa coy milk or milk
, products aluiam ath for
. -'- r '
it comes in Hoim colors nlso. Trice, 510.
To Skin Tomatoes
Tomnlo mind is cool and refreshing In
waim weather, but many persons with deli
cate digestions find It impossible to eat
tomttotM uncooktd In any foim unless they
are chinned The best way to do this Is
to have tho tL.tkettlo full ot boiling water,
then put tho torn itoes In a colander and
pour tho water over them The skin may bo
easily tipped off after this treatment.
Wheel grease npots on our white skirts
will como out, It Is Mid, if ou soak them
In .sour milk Wash In the usual nniincr.
The same treatment holds good for Ink
THE CHEERFUL OTO5
, qives me Qtvspy thrill
Like, swincjind an i-
And straying tKrouK
"tke. 5yroTTve.r z.y-
riy, isnt life the.
s ROBINSON &
S OK no!kirc5"
Best quality Granulated Sugar in full iveight sealed cartons. A special
low price at All Our Stores Today, Tomorrow and Saturday. P
Strontt Jar Rubbers, Doz Jc-7c
rarowax (.tor sealing jars) Pkg. 8c
Jelly Glasses, Doz 20c
10c Fkg. lomato Spices 8c
?hnerCwhPiaf en,,ll"y!!. yur Presving and pickling needs' is'ai Th
ww.HM ....w,w nmny WUUlUb,
Pride of Killarney
INDIA TEA CEYLON
Lb. A P"
.Lb. Tin 23c. i-Lb. Tin 12c
A rare blend of the choicest Teas
grown in India and Ceylon. In
such few stores as Tea of this
quality is found outside of Our
Stores you. will pay 80c to $1
the pound. Whether you use it
hot or iced you'll find Pride of
Killarney Tea delicious and re
freshing, We know you'll like it.
ROBFORD Blend COFFEE Lb. 2QC
A Coffee of excellent flavor and quality, "The Best" Coffee sold in this
city at its price,
Basket 6"C Peck C
It always pays to buy Potatoes at
The Stores Where Quality
Fresh post Toasties
There's safety and satisfaction when you buy Cereals at Our Stores
They're always crisp, fresh and wholesome.
Visit the nearest Robinson & Crawford
tne exiraorumary vu wc arc giving
The Stores Where Quality Counts
THE WOMAN WHO SEWS
Headers who ileilre help iclfi their Are
proiiums till) (t(ltrri cominiuWraMona fo the
I'dMoit h.jvcrt, rare o the I.'rfilor o the
Hciuaft Pnoe. th i.'irnlno l.edotr.
Tho most Interesting thing about the Into
summer frcrk. In fact, about nny frock, hi
tho way It Is trimmed Various novelties
nro launched regularly every season,
sometimes they ire reallv novelties In the
oxnct sense of the word nnd sometimes
merely nn old fnd "done over" to rcemble a
new. Hut the fact that they come out
vvltli the new gowns of tho season entitles
them to a certain amount of consideration.
This Is rxactlv tho case with the present
vogue for beading ns n mode ot trimming
Heading Im t new; we used wooden beads
on chiffon blouses several seasons ago,
and all last winter georgette blouses with
bctdlng were worn with tailored and vel
Hut the application of the beading Is
new-. I have seen n white frock with motifs
In dark blue, outlined with white beads.
This motif trimming Is one of tho most con
spicuous decorations of the teason. Hots,
diamonds squares nnd stripes are outlined
with bending It is Very smart and not
cMienslVc Tho average woman, In fact,
can buy the motifs In tho stores nnd work
Dear Xtadim I have a black tnffeta dreis
thnt Ii ronlly too irood to throw away, but the
aklrt Is mid with three rtouneei etch one
nltli deep scallops The bottom one Is not o very
wide, pcrtnps 2'i ards What can I do with
It? I replaicd the aleoves for ones of ceorRetto
crepe. Jilts. CI It
Tunics nro In stylo onco more. Why not
tako tho flounces apart, freshen them with
a gasoline bath and a pressing after they
have been thoroughly dried nnd aired nnd
use them for a drop sklrt7 Get about
three arils of now tarfola for the over
skirt. Consult the fashion books for a new
Georgette Is nlso being used on skirts.
You might drop a full rufllo of tho taffeta
fiom an upper rklrt of tho crepe. I pre
fer a material with more, body, however
A figured taftetn w.th a black back
ground might also be used for tho tunic
to good effect, providing you had touches
of It on tho blouse
Dear Mndtm I nm n reader of tho HirMNi
I.riKii u ii tnl I want u to know bow much I
uijt iour article on fnnhlona
At present I am helnK bothered na to whtt
lo set for a ni w full dreni I aeo tafTetna
mostls Will th- weir tnrtetns this fall? I
am nearly IN cirn old and have dark brown
hair, brown eies and my akin (I don't know
what vnu would call It) Is not creamy white,
but et It la ngt real dirk. Now. I don't know
which will look lb" better on mo n navy blue
dreas or a dirk brown la tltrk brown too old
for me? I hpar that aoft allka will bo ui-d
mnro till? ftd tlisn l"' stllf allks la that st '
I hop" I nm not aaklm; too much I would
like to Know what the latest thine la In alio, i
I would like to cet i plr to so with my dreia
Thanking vou for nm attention ou lt
mo I am. our ver trul. 1 T.
Taffeta will be good this fall, but from
all piescnt Indications and tho styles are
pretty well established satin will lead In
Again blue will be the leading shade
With your complexion nnd coloring you
should be able to wear both blue and dark
blown However, thn latter color Is, I
think, a bit too somber for ono of our
tender yeais Soft silks nre to bo In high
favor. Crepe do chine, charmcuse and mes
satlne aro all good
Walking shoes are built on tho Kngllsh
model, with flat heels and rounded, sensible
toes A rather long vamp characterizes
Dress shoes have medium French nnd
Spanish heels IJrowns, giays and blacks
will bo favorites, It is predicted Somo
fancv footgear Is ntlll being put on the
market, but tho backbone of Its popularity
has been broken. Clatters will bo exceed
Detr Mad im Would ou please tell me whit
would clean a white fe ithor ostrich bind end
nlso what I could clean a white fur neel,nlco
with? Tho fur collar la on n velvet coit.
Sprinkle your ostrich band with gasoline
nml miry it for n week in a mixture or
corn starch and magnesia. Then shako It
out and bent It stendlly but gently ngslnst
the palm of j our hand Comb w Ith a clean.
""-'"'-"S PP"'tl will
AND PICKLING NEEDS
Mason Jar Caps, Doz i8c
""" muawiu ciccu, V4-LiD,...5C
Whole All Spice, -Lb.. . . . , . Sc
Green Ginger, Lb ioc
Vt-hb. Pkg. 15c. .Lb. Pkg. 8c
A Tea of excellent quality and
flavor, far superior to Teas sold
in many stores at 40c the pound.
Unquestionably "The Best" Tea
you can buy in this city for 29c,
as comparison will quickly prove.
We have your favorite kind.
Black, Mixed or Old Country
New onions, just the right size to
cream appetizing and econom.
,?r , Corn Flakes Ps. Qr
Kellogg's f I
Store and familiarize yourself with
tnrougnout me entire grocery line,
Throughout the City and Suburbs
ronre comb nnd hold In the steam of a
kettle Curl wl'h a blunt knife, If you Ilko
It itirled . . ,,
rienn jour white fur collar with ether
poured on a Hero of clean cheesecloth
Hub It qulrklv nnd clinngs the cloth as
often ns It gets soiled Sift hot cornmonl
into It, rubbing It well through the fur
Then shnko out. tf jou can take tho collar
off the velvet iont long enough to put It
away In a mixture of powdered whiting
nnd starch with a bit of powdered blue,
ou could clean it moio effectively.
Who doesn't like doughnuts well-made,
ones? Here's the recipe' Two cupfuls of
sugar, three eggs, two cupfuls of sour milk,
a teaspoonful of silt nnd one of salcrntus,
a half tenspoonful of rream taitnr Flavor
with nutmeg t'e enough Hour to enable
you to handle Hum well, although do not
uo enough to make tho doughnuts stiff
Add two tablespoontuls of lard if tho milk
Is not too creamy Fry In deep fat
i. j, ,i i - , llllllli "'n I ii imJ
I llliil ' tftfjwi J1 iJJl I (Evaporated)
il'HSfiiS Best for infants. '
mwMsswtm Fresh and pure 1
ftTi-si-irjl !F.V'C-r.mril CL'.U ki'. t
For tabic or household use makes better des
serts, puddings, soups and salad dressings. Try
it today and know why thousands of Philadelphia
housewives use it. Order from your grocer.
BR ! f t
IS CODESEO EH1ILK CO.
913 Arch Street
Manufacturers of Silver
in i 'M"y
v J UiTTSI
j i rxn in r
Ilns been privilopcd since 1845 to mould
tho habits and form the idcals of its
pupils at the most impressionable
period of their lives.
Tho System of Schools takes child! en of
first school grado and by thorough drill,
small classes nnd systematic grading pre
pares them for College In 11 years, whore
our TMibllG and most other Schools rcqulro
nicm; roit a copy or Tiir vn.n hook
Schools open Otli mo. 20 Knroll now.
JOHN W. CARR, Ph. D., Principal
15TII AND UACE STS.. nilLADnLrillA.
VLnVEXTAKY SCHOOLS OF THE BYSTE3I
15th nnd Itoco Pts.
35th Rt. anil Lancaster Ave.
17th St. nnd niranl Ave.
Grecno St. and .School l.sne. Qermantown.
Ymin; Lndlps nnil Girls
Phila. School of Design for Women
iinovn a jiAsxrit sts. iikoprns oct. 2
TuII courflcs In Art nml Industrial Art Trac.
tlcnl Dealnnlnff In nil Its branches Illustra
tion, rnslilon Illustration
p. a. 11. uinr.rit rn,T.nwsiiip
TO I'.L'Itlll'il I OH DESIliN
The Mary Lyon School
A. Country School in a College Town
College Preparatory, rertintato irlUece. Oen-
eral and Finishing Coursei.
Jnu teacher to
every slit Blrla. open nir classrooms, 8HVEX
aAULVX. our Junior School lor ulrl, c to H:
separate ana eomvtete equipment, ii. M, CltlST
A.1I. FRANCIS k. CniST. A. B l'fjnVlpils
Uox 1508, Swurthmore. I'a. .imu.
-miss 8.i WAin" sciioju. i-oiTliTiuTr-
nierlirnoK. I'lilm, I'a. CiiIIckb I'repiratory
Hperlal C'oursca Junior nnd JIuilcal Depirt
mfnts Athletics Ilomcstlc Science CirrlaKo
Vr i t r 'Vii ,,a";,( -?wyu, aiprini. nn
Mini S. J met humaril, i'rlnclnal.
JIONTJiSSOKI TinrilKK TIIAIMNO RC1I0OI,
Younir ladlea ana Klrlii prnc courses send for
Int. cat JlrH, J Hcott Anilemon, Dlrectresn
itox li'J. Torremialc Houaa To-reiHc, p.i
Young Men nnd llorh
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 27
Located In the famous Cumberland Valley
one of tho moat beautiful ana healthful
spotB in America. Prepares for college or
business. School Inculcates a manly tone nt
Mlf-reilance under Christian SirlM
tho great universities. Personal attention
Eh en each boy, liiuipment ihorouEhly
modern, incluains magnificent iym!
WILLIAM MANN IgVLNE, LLD., HnJniler,
ya.I.VKO VA jPA
YILUNOJA hoted for Classical and Com.
mercUl Courses Eaual y prominent ??r PlvM
Rlectrlcal and ilecbanlca BoLlSerlni OmSv..
Full dees. AthUHc. AlnVrVBchSliiSr
any college Hay Bdward a 3n m !,'
Registrar Hoi 70 Vlllanova Pa 0tan' MD..
Every facility in mod? wAlip8pU1i2I'd
loes. recreation and raflned su roSSKS? ii
UI. moral and phyakil deveUjpA!! t?"
UffiSSU HeodmaMee.yJox lH Bw" rtfiui;..
lANcJstEK, Pa!T '
FBAMUJN and 3UE&IIUL ACAHPmiT
ii su mi ttcuriccl aclmoli vi.i. - .
i s.h r PrtnLiuaL "" "f ataios
O let ma bo In loving nice
Dainty, fine, nnd o'er precise
That I may charm my charmed a..
An tho' t felt a secret fear dtfit
To lose what never can bo lost .
Her faith who still delights me n,-,
So shall I bo more than true l
liver In my ageing Yiew. '
So dull habit shall not be
Wrongly call'd Fidelity,
Mary B. Celen,),,,
heie are thrco ways by which the .
purchnser teste ho silk she u ,
uy. First she askn for a sample "
she tears a raw odge across the nin.. .?
It yields easily, tho filling a artirie 11 "
tho silk win give no wear
She tries tho warp by pulling out . .
individual threads both lengthwise and ,r-
inu niuiii it inu tin cutis urcak eaall ii. W
silk is rotten. easllr tyM
If she has her sample at home eh. t. 1
the end of It Uood silk does not burn JSH
nnd when It docs burn it lenve .!"." H
Inferior silk leaves a dull red ash.
every can guaranteed.
Best for cooking.
Brand Condensed Milk
Olvos You YOUIt
If J nunc men nnd women onlr
renllzcil how much better rillna
posulnns they rould obtain alter
stiiiljlns here a would not be
nMo to accommodate half the ap
Pllcnnts, Send for New Catalog;,
Nlslit School opens Sept. fl. Kntcr nnr tlMl'S
oiri c'licitnut ht riiiiniittphiit ii;
1'.28 ntudnti attended our Ia an!
Ntrcht St-salnni lost ear antt rwry
graduate linn a eood position StnJ
Straycr's 6ucincs3 College
n01-HU7 (Iiriitnut M., I'hllrt.
W ilnnt Til Mull SS-00
The "Big Business" School
is trnlnlnK younc men to become the builaesi
misters of tnmorrow Its suicess Is provea W
tho recorJs of Its tr-adu upk In tho comrarell
vorld Hecrctarlal and Commercial Coursei lof
both sexes. Como und bcu tho splendlil fitw
Tine Street, West of Ilroail
The MoSman School
3204 AVulnut .Street, I'lillndelplila, r.
jrontpsno-l through Colleuo Treparatonr Bn4
tienerai course nironK uomesiic ocienco cuu."
Outdoor classrooms .Special attention to (mill ,
uo)s una eirls Auto serwee,
i:il.ibetli V. Ilnilcy, A. II.. rrlnelMt
Tr,f III!HM fnp Hchnnl, nnrl Bhnnlfl tat tC&Cbf
era. irtf to emplotra Nat'l Teachers' Arr, 1
1) II Conk. 3.'T Perry lljrt. Spruce 8133 ..
School of Engineering (Eienlng)
Offers practical coursea la DoUtlln
Construction (3 earsJ.
i-nenusiry i-i earai.
Vehicle Draushtlnp It D(fn (Ssyrw
n 4 viiraV
Pre t miliary Knijlneerlnff (3 tar,rfc
tho direction of recoffnu
nmrl nuuplno Avnsrll
125 other ItlRh-Erado courses Coa
merclal Preparatory Music. ,
neslster Bept 25-30 Beeln'Oct. J.
Spxung Garden Institute, Phila.
Art and Mechanics ... -Nominal
Feea wniTK FOH nOOKLET.
WENONAH. N. J.
Wenonali, N, J,
No Factories or Saloons In Tawa
Twelve mllea from Philadelphia.
Preparing for college or business IJ
secondary here to producing oojrs
known for their all-around rnanllneJl
and their mental and physical effect'
lveness. The school is small enougii
for an unusual amount of Indlvldus'
training. This is supplemented 0
the teamwork that results from
military system properly directed.
We are the only preparatory ecnooi
In New Jersey whose military wor
Is under the supervision of a u"f;;
States army ofllcer. The town, being
entirely residential, has a high roof'
tone, Iirge drill hall and BYron'
slum. Athletlo field. Particular at
tention eh en to physical deveMJ
ment. Hiding school in .connection
with the Academy. Special school Ki
juniors. For catalog address
Dr. Chas. II, Lorence, P"
Clayton A. Snyder, Th. U. Baft
BETHLEHEM. PA. .
H-iI.1-1 Dnfnn rriool
uciinciiciit icpajwicj -- .
Prepares for leadlwr colleees. Ext '??"?
athletlo nulds New bldgs Catalogue on reau
UOBOENTOWN, N. J.
BORDENTOWN MlilTAUV INST1TUTB ,
Our healthful location, f"uf,1115'.iSn
matbods of Instruction and modified WffiuJ.
military control develop boys 'y.mmt'AtU
mentally, physically morally for ""Kyi.
business Write for catauwue 3".'"
pal Burdentoa o-on the Delaware w J ,
NEWTON, K. J. 3
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