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SEWING ADVICE M'LISS COMMENTS ON LOVE COURSE IN COLLEGE CORRESPONDENT
WHO WILLvSHED LIGHT ON LOVE'S
DARK MYSTERY? M'LISS ASKS
Poets and Scientists, Feminists and Just Mere
' Persons Take a Whack at Defining Grand
Passion With Little Success
W"V7TW,M said the. Qoucher College girl
Xto me In answer to my question, "I
tWL take the 'love' course that was estab
lished last year, but I can't tell you any
thin about It. You see, we had to prom
lee 'that we wouldn't," And with the In
rentable expression of a wiser and sad
eler vlrglnsho became even as the clam
For some time I have been trying to
find out something definite about the
"love" course which the Baltimore col
lego Instituted last year and which (ailed
of getting a wide publicity only because
ct the close-mouthed secrecy maintained
by the collego authorities.
JLt was as though their entire fund of
courage had been exhausted by their as
founding action In Including the study
of love In their curricula. It was as
though they wero flabbergasted by their
own progresslvlsm, as if they weren't
quite certain in their own minds of tho
propriety of tho step they had taken.
Draw aside the veil of mystery from
tho most recondite subject of all? Heresy!
Bacrlleget Let tho girls learn about
plant life; Initiate them Into tho mysteries
of the domestic habits of lizards and tad
poles; let them become authorities on the
conjugal habits of crustaceans, but teach
them anything about the greatest of all
human experiences, which, like the
measles and opportunity, is said to come
at least onco to every one? Heaven for
ktdl This was tho attitude of the dis
senters. In tho meantime the study of love con
tinues at Gouchcr, and an Inquisitive
world wonders what the girls are learn
ing. More printers' Ink has been spilled
nd more precious paper consumed In a
discussion of this unfailingly Interesting
subject than of any other, and yet a
careful search through tho libraries of
literature on love leaves ono still In a
fcllnd and agonizing state of ignorance.
No thinker, seemingly, no matter how
far removed from thoughts of the rosy
passion, has been too erudite or too des
iccated to endeavor to shed light on tho
subject. Feminists seek to enlighten us
about tho "new" love before wo havo any
conception of the old. t Woman Page Edi
tors 'flounder hopelessly whon con
fronted with the subject, as they aro in
terminably. Poets ravo and scientists
We are told variously and desperately
that It Is "like a red, red rose;" that It Is
(ho "sweetest thing on earth;" that It
makes "the world go round;" that It Is
the "llfo force."
With his well-known lucidity, Haeckel
informs us that It Is "the elective afllnlty
of two dlrtcrent cellules." George Sand,
with tho mascullno directness for which
rho Is Infamous, calls It "tho only good
thing In tho world." Emerson, who wrote
an entire essay about It, declares that all
other pleasures ,aro not worth Us pains.
An eighteenth century physician, giving
himself over to the consideration of tho
supremo emotion, ran amuck almost at
tho outset of his contemplations, but
drew up an Interesting set of questions
which he thought, could the answers to
them have only been found, would have
been of material benefit to mankind. They
"Is woman more constant than man?
"Is beauty or complaisance preferable?
"Is it moro difficult to win than to keep
"Is lovo without Jealousy possible?
"Are liquor drinkers moro amorous
than water drinkers?
"Does one really find oneself moro In
commoded In kissing a homely than a
"What Is tho real reason of love?
"What Is the most loving tempera
ment for a woman?"
Even tho Sphinx had too much con
sideration to put questions llko theso to
her victims. M'LISS.
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features the handkerchief ruffle In Jabot effect, ending with a squaro collar behind.
Filet laco edging borders the entire ruffle and collar combination, also the cuffs.
Fullness Is Introduced below the drop shoulder, which forms a yoke effect. In white
or flesh georgette crepe. Price, $4.98.
Black panne velvet Is used for this oblong sailor with a flare brim which has a
facing of changeable taffeta. The crown Is draped In soft folds and trimmed with
cluster of ostrich feather balls In cerise, royal blue and taupe. It Is finished 'with a black
groegraln bow. Ordered In various color combinations. Price, J8.98.
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Editor of the Woman's Page, Eveninq CLedqbii, 608 Chestnut Btreot The request must
be accompanied by a stamped self-addressed envelope and must mention the date on
which tho article appeared.
FEWER P01S AND PANS
PLATFORM OF WOMAN
Community Cooking Among
Measures for Bettering House
wives' Hard Lot Advocated
by Dr. Elizabeth.Baer
NOMINEE OF. SOCIALISTS
THE WOMAN WHO SEWS
Letters to the Editor of the Woman's Page
Address all communications to Editor of Woman'! Puce. Write on ono side of the paper only.
. Dear M'LISS How many times a year ts an
Inspector supposed to visit tho stores or offices
S'here (Iris vrorlc to And out how many hours a
ay tha girls work I know some places where
Iris work between ten and eleven hours a day,
and on Saturdays between sixteen and seven
teen hours a day. The girls like their positions,
but they would like to have their hours made
Shorter. If posslbls. Tho reason they don't tell
the Inspector tho number of hours they work Is
Because the employer tells them to say that
they work eight hours. If they say differently
they will lose their positions, why doesn't
aoms people sympathize with these glrlsT
The employers of these! clrls havo even told
the Inspectors themselves that they keep the
(rules of tho law l but they do not keep those
If an Inspector asked the number of hours
the employer let his employes work,, and he
tays mey worn eigni nours a aay. wny aoesn l
ho Inspector nnd out for himself and see If he
does keep tho rules? Why doesn't he go around
the next morning- at tho time tha employer says
lia opens his store or office to see It the clrls
coma In at that time, and then see for him
self how lonr the clrls set for their dinner.
Bind then come around In the evenlnc and see
roan the employer closes his store or office?
am ons of those who suffer. ANXIOUS.
J. J. Coffey, supervising factory Inspector,
whose address Is 1115 North American
pulldlns", tells me that It you send him the
hame of your place of employment he will
have a special investigation made of Its
conditions. There Is no eight-hour law for
Women here. Fifty-four hours a week is
tha maximum amount women are permitted
Tlesr MT.1rs When rteanle rend a lot I
their eyes crow smaller In a few years?
Dear M'l.lss Tour articles are always pro
ductive of thoucht. but last evenlnc's was hu
morous In addition. One cannot repress a laugh
at Mary Fanton Roberta's suggestion to make
housework romantic! Has that lady ever done
the broom-dlshcloth-and-.broller act, and where,
prav. did she find the romance part come In?
Mayhap a little bride of youth and ovcrtem
pernmental make might cast a glnmor over
said situation, but her vision chances quickly
after a few months of drudgery for house
work even In Its best phases Is no less thAn
that. The hours necessary to keep a five or six
room apartment (housekeeping! clean are a tax
on a woman's strength. Add to this the largest
meal dinner which must be cooked Juat at
the hours when social functions nre at their
height 1 till 0. After this hilarious (?) duty
Is done, tho bugaboo dishwashing stares the
housekeeper In the face. Tell me. please, what
strength or spirit has any woman left to keep
up with lectures, tho Philadelphia Orchestra
one of our best educators or receptions, or re
ceive with a radiant smile hostesses are sup
posed to have on tap. after such wearisome toll?
I am not Including In this summary little
children s care and the never-ending demands
made upon mother's time and strength. Mrs.
Hoberts's scheme Is too Utopian to be practical.
Tha modern woman has a healthy and progres
sive view of llfo, and she Is smart enough to
know she will bo faded and dull If she under
takes a home or flat1 without a servant. Better
keep tho bloom and hubby's admiration and
live tho apartment-house life than be curled
up with nervous prostration due to broom-ltls
and twist of the' cook-nerve.
ONE WHO HAS FACED THE MUSIC.
Readers who desire help with fneir dress
problems io(ll address communications to the
Fashion Expert, core 0 the Editor of the
Woman's 1'aae, the Evening htdoer.
THERE are many distinctive touches
about clothes this autumn, especially
uleeves. The most effective part of tho
cleovo nowadays Is the cuff. It used to bo
that the cuff was merely the end of a per
fect sleeve, but this season the cuff Is the
wholo sleeve If It happens to be one of
the deep kind that extends from wrist to
Ball trimming Is one of the reasons why
cuffs are smart this year. A serge or satin
frock, which boasts beading or metallic
braid on the bodice, has a high, turned-back
cuff, linked together with heavy balls.
Fur Is another reason. The woman who
can afford all the luxuries that the styles
demand has cuffs of mole or .kolinsky, set
on the sheerest of chiffon or gorgette. The
effect Is smart. Indeed.
Cuffs are open hero and there In Inconse
quential fashion. They may be formed of
silk, chiffon or velvet, but the silt is there.
One odd model Been recently has a ruffled
cuff, set on with a band of fur, with a silt
reaching to the elbow.
Dear Madam What kind of a house and
afternoon dress would you advise an elderly
woman to get? I want something that will do
for Informal occasions, and not too expensive.
It must wear well, and I don't want allk. What
color would you suggest for a woman with
dark gray eyes, white hair and clear skin?
MBS. J. a. S.
Fall house dresses aro made of Jersey
cloth with very good results. The material
Is as practical as you could wish and the
range of colorings Is varied. I saw a smart
dress recently. The bodice was made sur
plice Btyle In front, with the two ends of
the surplice crossing In front to form a
girdle, which tied In the back. The skirt
was soft and full, with gentle ripples over
Purple, gray, navy, Delft blue, dove or
petunia would be becoming to you.
Dear Madam I have a dark blue satin dress,
trimmed with beading. I want to put a vest
In this dress, but I do not want georgette, be
cause when It gets soiled T have to cut the
dress to get It out again. I must have a touch
of white near my face. What kind of a vest
would you make? Tour advice will bo ap
preciated. N. It.
White satin Is best In a case like this.
Satin Is being used more exnslvelyv than
tl.e popular georgette for vests and collars,
especially on satin frocks. Why not work
a design In beads similar to that on the
rest of your frock before -you put the satin
MARION HARLAND'S CORNER
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Poems by Allingham
I noticed lp your Corner a corespondent asks
ftbout tha . lines of the little poem of
William Alllngham's. I want to tell you
that I hava a book of his beautiful poems that
tny mother brought mo from Uallyahannon,
where he lived. Ills poems are of his young llts
jviy morner Knew mm wen in nis cnuo-
there. Mr mother knew him well In his cr
hood. Hhs would ba elad to hava Maurice D. K.
ee the book If ha cares to read the poems,
provided she gets the volume back. He must
Jove such poems or ha would not ask you In
that way. Tho lines you quote artn my book.
The Corner regrets that Maurice D. E.'s
Address was not registered. Ills query did
Hot require an answer from the constitu
ency, and after the lines he asked for and
their history were given the address was
Jald aside. In the hope that he may recog
nize himself and be sufficiently interested
by the flattering attention his brief Inquiry
has excited we publish a correspondence
Which may have been Interesting to others
besides himself and those who have taken
Unusual Preserve Formula
T am much Interested In your redoes for
iarmalades, canning, ate. Will you be so kind
Kto give ma a formula for preserving (to use
Jam) watermelon rind and raisins? It Is a
pice preserve. Also can you tell me when are
walLffowers In bloom In this country? I have
, soma which look healthy and well grown, but
1 thow no signs of flowering, K. A. It.
Among the countless recipes for putting
jp Jam and marmalade committed to us
at sundry times ws have never happened
tipon one which combines raisins and water
melon rind. Of course, this might be
stone by' an Ingenious cook, and I confess
:o lively curiosity as to the result of mix
ing Ingredients apparently so foreign Into
what should be a harmonious conserve.
If any reader can Inform us Intelligently
!th regard to It we shall be grateful.
Wallflowers are In bloom In June and bios
bera until frost It faithfully tended. Some-,
times they do not flower until the second
year, If raised from seed and out of doors,
flow old are yours T
Value of a Coin
Wll you please tell me how much an American
agio penny dated 1857 Is worth? M. H
The query Is referred to numismatic and
yetmolsseura n old coins and curios. To the
VwJnltlated 1SST does not seem Jong enough
Ego to class the coin an antique. It may
rare tor some other reason than age.
Meaning ef Names
rot please print In your Corner tha
i of tha following names: Margaret,
Katkerkui and ViillamI To whal
lltv da tbe name Margaret and Eleanor
t ' And does Jtuth saaan happiness? We
All communications addressed to Marlon
norland should Inclose a stamped, self
addressed envelope and a cllpplnc of tha
article In which you are Interested,
THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
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are especially Interested In the Helping Hand
Corner, and when tha question as to what
theae names signify cams up our first thought
was of it. n. O. N.
The Corner will try to Justify your faith
in It. Jfargaret signifies "a pearl." The
original form waa Greek. Six other lan
guages have as many different forms of It
Eleanor was Helen In the original Greek. It
means "light." Katherine means "pure."
William signifies "resolute," also "protect
or." Huth has a Hebrew root and means
Complete Poem Wanted
T am looklnr fnr snmethlnr T 1rnT In mv
childhood. I should like to set tba rest of tha
"The ground was all covered with snow one day
As my little sister sat busy at play.
When out over the tree a little snow bird.
Merrily singing his chlck-e-dee-dee,
Merrily singing his chlck-e-dee-dee'
MRS, C. B. C.
The familiar nursery ditty may be found
In almost any collection of rhymes In
tended for children of tender years. There
fore, you may count with a fair degree of
certainty upon getting a copy when your
request has been read. Unless I am mis
taken, I committed It to memory for the
benefit of my own balrnlea forty-odd years
ago, taking the text from a delightful little
book entitled "Songs for the Little Ones at
Characters of Fiction
Will you. tell ma where I can find tha char
acter of Ariel, Arganta and PrankenstetnT
Ariel Is a spirit of Shakespeare's 'Tem
pest." Argants Is a giantess In Spenser's
"Faerie Queene." Frankenstein tells of a
monstrous creation which gives Its name
to a romance by Mrs. Shelley. The Corner
ts glad to be of service to you.
Names of States
Will the Corner give me the origin and mean
lnf L,h?.n5?eg .' Alabama. California, nil
nols. Florida, Oeorgla, Minnesota and Arkansas?
JS. C, N.
Taking the State you mention first In
your Inquiry, I answer as follows: Alabama,
Indian, meaning "Here we rest" : California.
Caltente Fornalla, Spanish for "hot furnace,"
In allusion to the climate; Illinois, from the
Indian "illlnl," men, and the French suffix
"ols," together signifying "tribe of men;"
Florida, named by Fonce de Leon, who dis
covered it In 1512, on Easier day, the Span
ish pascua de fiores, or feast of flowers;
Georgia, in honor of George II, of England ;
Minnesota, Indian, meaning "sky-tinted
water;" Arkansas, Kansas, the Indian name
for "smoky water," with the French prefix
"arc," bow or bend In the principal jrlver.
PENNY WISE POLICY RUED TODAY
WHEN CHILL BfilNGS OUT PALL TOGS
War Prices Sent Cost of Moth Balls So High That People
Took a Chance and Now Their Last Year's Clothes
Are Full of Holes See Them on Chestnut Street
Did you notice the sieve effects In some
of the autumnal overcoats of last year's
Glance at some that bob up before you
on Chestnut street Tou will see that they
bear many perforations. Do not be misled.
The moths have been having a high old
time all summer. They lunched on over
coats, dress suits, fancy furs, and for desert
dined on derbies and velvet collars.
It Is possible that the moths were aware
of the fact that camphor balls are almost
as dear as beefsteak. In fact, they are
four times the price they sold for before
As a result, many were permitted to re
main In captivity In drug stores, and the
moths made their spring and summer drives
against the raiment of poor humans with
The fellow who used to buy three pounds
of mothballs took a chance by getting per
haps a half pound. He was obliged to
scatter these around like .little sentries
among the clothes. So when the moths
sent out their scouts word was brought
back to the base that the enemy was few
and far between. Naturally the moths
charged In all directions and the poison gas
Bent out by the lone mothball was regarded
as a Joke.
If a fellow Is lucky In the way of fancy
raiment, he, of course, requires more pro
tection against the little white, bugs but
on noticing that moth balls which formerly
sold for Ave cents a pound have now jumped
to twenty cents, he naturally cuts down the
Some people believe that moth balls ought
to be lying about the house. They seem
to think it an outrage that they should
And yet when they behold their autumnal
creations they J
The first woman to be nominated for
Congressman-at-Large east of the Missis
sippi IUver Is Dr. Elizabeth Daer, of Phil
adelphia. Doctor Daer. a practicing physi
cian, has been nominated by the Socialist
party for tho position of Congressman-at-Large
of tho Stnto of Pennsylvania.
"In the Socialist party," said Doctor
Daer today, "I have charge of the educa
tional department. We, my associates In
this department and myself, aim to bring a
better understanding of socialism to the
young people who join our movement If
elected, I should endeavor to keep up my
educational work. Only my sphere of In
fluence would be broadened: It would In
cludo my fellow Congressmen."
But Doctor Daer, If elected, would not
rely solely on Indirect Inltuence to better
conditions; she would block measures that
were not for the public good.
FOIt WOMEN AND CHILDREN
"I would work for better conditions for
women and children to make homes a
good place for women to stay In and to
give every child an opportunity to get an
education nnd n start In life."
The remaking of the home of the average
American family Is a problem that Interests
Doctor Daor. A man at his job works a
certain number of hours a day; a house
wife's work Is never done. The idea that
she must stay in the house in order to make
a home or it Is old fashioned. In the tnou
Bands of little homes In the city, says Doe-
tor Bacr, every Monday morning, at the
same early hour, the week's washing goes
out on so many clotheslines. Tne aauy
drudgory goes on day In, day out three
meals a day, 36S days a year and will go
on under existing conditions. These condi
tions Doctor Daer would remedy In this
"Community kitchens in apartment homes
would be a means to solving the woman
problem," said Doctor Baer. "Not apart
ment houses as they are today, small rooms,
poorly ventilated and lighted; but large
rooms, homelike and comfortable. Tho
community kitchen would be managed by
a staff of specialists, a cook who would
attend to nothing but the meats; a pastry
cook to concoct desserts, a cook who would
prepare vegetables only. A capacious court
yard would sorve as a playground for" the
children; a trained klndergartner would
supervise their play. In brief, community
life conducted by specialists would give
woman the hardworking housewife nn
opportunity to create a real home for her
family. It takes more than blacking a
stove dally and putting out the slop can tb
make a home.
Every woman has an antipathy for tho
dally drudgery that goes to keep a home
In order, claims Doctor Baer. As Boon as
the head of the family has a surplus It is
used to hire a household servant As soon
as a woman can, she gets another woman
to do her household work. But there's still
a woman doing the monotonous work. And
Doctor Baer wants to readjust matters so
that there won't be any monotonous work
for any woman to do.
The, whole tendency In education Is to
specialize," said Doctor Baer. "Specialists'
will do the same work in less time and they
will have regular hours. Their work will
havo an end.
'The work of the future," predicts Doctor
Boer, "will bo social. And my use of the
word social Is not In accord with the defi
nition generally accepted. The social work
of the future will not suggest philanthropy,
as It does today. The word will stand for
work for the community, for the benefit of
oil. For Instance, forestry, landscape gar
dening and the cultivation of community
gardens will attract the next generation.
Work done for the community will be more
Interesting than work for private Individ
uals. And that Is one form of practical
socialism; work done for the benef.t of all
and the profit of none."
Doctor Baer has just returned from ,the
national convention of the Suffrage party,
to which she went as delegate of the Social
"Of course I am a stanch suffragist and
am also In favor of a Federal amendment."
Though Doctor Baer Is not at all confident
of election to Congress and fears that, even
If her campaign be successful, some consti
tutional objection would be brought up to
unseat her, she believes that socialism is
putting Its handwriting on the wall.
'The threatened strike of 400,000 railroad
men well, that shows we're going some.
Four hundred thousand men stood together
and then they got what they wanted. In
New York several unions have offered to
go on a sympathetic strike to bring quick
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results for tho striking carmen. Tho latest
news Is that 200 bargemen threaten to cut
off the supply of coal for tho companies.
All that Is needed Is tho word to let go.
When worklngmen stand together like that
anything can come to pass."
So Doctor Baer Is calmly preparing for
the first Tuesday after the first Monday In
November. But whether In Washington or
In Philadelphia, she Intends to persevere in
her educational campaign.
Made of Roses
The last roses of summer may bo made
Into fragrant potpourri. For tho rose or
potpourri jar l Gather the roses on a
bright sunny day, at a tlmo when there
Is no dew or moisture on them. You should
havo to receive them a jar with a double
lid, or rather, two lids, an outside and on
Inner. Pack the rose Detnls In the jar In
two-Inch layers, with a liberal sprinkling
of salt between tho layers. Each day add
fresh petals and Bait. You will find that
the leaves settle rapidly. When the Jar
will hold no more, put It away In a cool,
dark closet, one that Is quite froo from
dampness. After a few days empty the
leaves on a platter and pour over them a
mixture made of one-half tablespoonful oil
of rose geranium, two drops of glycerin,
one tablespoonful of pure alcohol, one tea
spoonful each of ground cloves and ground
cinnamon, six drops each of ,yll of lavender
and oil of rosemary, one ounce of powdered
Tonka bean and two ounces of powdered
orris. This Is for a medium-sized Jar, say
six by five. Return the leaves to the Jar
and for a month open and stir every few
days. After that let tho Inner ltd remain
TEN TEACHERS NAM
FOR CITY'S IflGHSC
Appointments to Fill Vac
Caused by Death and
Ten men and women hava k.
ed to Instructorshlps In the publvT
Khnnta in fill vb.bh.Iu . '-viK!
and resignations since tha hJ. '
last June. Several of the appolntraeaiit
;:Tn.;r " mw
The Instructor were named t 4.. .
of Education upon eoommsn,..u?,
Committee on High Schools and Dr nL5l
Wheeler, associate superintendent In 7ZA
v. ...u ...... rv..uu,i. ah oi xne names
selected from an eligible list eomn.7 :
competitive examinations. The iailrilTv
(ha nnrtolnteea will h ,,..1... . n4t I
riravlmis eYnerAnoa ami n...i .. "S"
faculties. The list as made public toai.1
tho headquarters of the Board of bILtI
tlon Is: l
South Philadelphia High School tor 1
George Eves, history, '
West Philadelphia High School for l
Louta C. Gollomb (temporary trnUi i
ruary 1, 1917). English. W '
William Penn High School Anus's
West Philadelphia High School f, i
Rose M. Goldblatt. English? m.i. ,
Champion (temporary until Juno to ills
VUWB ,s,Bs.vawislu 'JCndlUn lltlBBl
until June 30, 1917). cooking. v
Germantowrf- High School Ollm
oiion, duiciio , uiuivucLn wnerry, draw
ir iiiiuiu -i mmj)juc!i, urawing.
Frankford High School Roy w.
plalne, physical training.
Fish a la Wynne
Boll two pounds of codfish and wbHiW
luiuuvo mi uuiicb. Bum ana naKe fish 1
Biiitwt cickca. ojiiimiu Willi Salt Sad M
per. Mix together a gill of anchor!
same of tarragon vinegar and ollrs i
uver me nan sprinKie some grated B
cheese and stir through the mixture,
range It on a salad dish, ttarnlsn
watercress and sliced cucumbers, and set j
ico ior an nour or more 10 chill,
with salad a very thin mayonnaise.
What's the brightness of a brow?
What's a mouth of pearls and corals?
Beauty vanishes like a vapor.
Preach tho men of musty morals I
Should tho crowd then, ages, since.
Have shut their ears to singing Homer,
Because the music fled an soon
As fleets the violets' aroma?
Ah, for me, I thrill to see
The bloom a velvet cheek discloses,
Made of dust I well believe It I
So are Ulles, so are' roses I
Individual Garment Shop
Is this suit of
with full collar
and cuffs of genu
ine Hudson seal.
Green. New Blue,
Black and Brown.
Quite . the smart
est thing to bo
seen In Philadel
phia. An actual
1120 Chestnut Street
Next Door to Keith's Thmter,'-,
, A celebrated akin specialist recommends
this formula for face powder: Rice flour, six
ounces ; rlee starch, six ounces ; carbonate of
magnesia, three ounces; pulverized borlo
aetd. eae aMtd ashalf ounces; powdered orris
root, oae and a fourth drams; aaene of
ettrea, fifteen drops; essence of bergamot,
thirty drop. Mingle the essences with
Mm magnesia and then smoothly rub aW
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wring' of1 oo-d cream, well massaged into
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Journalism Dramatic Art
Mind Building Authorship
Force ot personality, fullness of
knowledge, vividness of conception,
sympathetic appreciation and Invinci
ble loslo are tha essentials not only
of Oratory, but of success in any
vocation. Thsre are few Orators,
few highly successful people, because
these qualities are not Inherited tn
sufficient decree and because Educa
tion made no sclentino effort to
strengthen these Qualities.
The New Education of NeK College
In all cases greatly Increases tho
power of these essentials and ad
vances men and women commer
cially, socially and personally.
Pr. Nelf has written a booklet on
Tha New Education and Success."
which we will mall on application.
Pall Term October 2nd: classes form
ing: morning, afternoon and evening.
Call, write or phone Spruce 8218.
Omce open evenings, 8 to i.
1730 Ch'ettnut Street
Wa train students for good positions
as Stenographers. Bookkeepers. Secre
taries and Salesmen, and And good
Josltlons for them. May we serve yout
ay and night school now open.
Charges moderate, Why not begin
now! Walnut 8s.
Stayer's Business College
Sth and Chestnut Bts fulls.
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Wharton School of Finance and
OFFERS EVENING COURSES
Accounting and Commercial LtM'A
Keal estate ana insurance
Advertising and Selling
Finance and Banking
Registration evenings, except Saturday, t
D. until September SOtb. 1
I.OOAN HAM.. Solh and Woodland ATMS) I
la dnllv An.nln th Anrtr ta
success for young men. and
wnmn. Uhv a, te.9 vmlT
Spanish Classes tfste Formlul.
Day School Might Rebeal
Enter Any Time
OSS CHESTNUT STREET
Spring Garden Institu.Ui
Droad and Spring Garden, FfiUa.,
Machine Shop Practice
iacmne nnop unta.
Fire and Casualty
Special course by experts dealing with
all phases of Ore and casualty Insurance,
Very thorough. Call or write for full par
ticulars in Catalog 11-40.
rhone. Diamond 6St
: - , - - . - v
llroad Ht., below Iferki
Young Men and Boys
Real Estate and Conveyancing
Hundreds of mm hava basil prepared.
ior proiuaoie ncai jsiaie Dysiness
through this course. Including Hsal
Estate uw and rractlca. Oonvey,
anclng and Dullness Law, Inatructori
, iv.urera ui na manes
Course la complete Id one
Tee nana un
ook ana rem
nii n-nm ,rv Tllttatratton
Exceptional Facilities and EjulpB
Day and Evening. r Illustrate
I'attern Shop. Practice
And Its Elementary Schools offtr.l
courses of education from ainaergarwoi
lege, write for xear jiooa. pcuuv, ,
mo. 2d. Enroll now.
JOHN W. CMRR. Ph. D., Pr!
1STII AND HACB ST3.. PHILADBt
PHILA. TEXTILE SCI
at Pa. Museum School of IndJutrteM
iteopenea on aaie announosa oi
tratlon for Night School, Sept 27.
io via 3d
STANLEY K. TARNAIJ 11
Young Ladles and Qlrli
Pliila. School of Design for Wl
DBOAD A MASTER STS. BEOrEN" M
Full coursei In Art and Industrial Ait
Ileal Designing In all It braocbea.
tlnn tf--Vilnn T,!.. a, va (mm
' V. A. II. UllllfNKK VKt.tIWW
TO KUKUl'K FOR I1KSION-.
MISS HILLS' SCHOOL
108 SPRUCE STRKBT
MAIN LINK HKAXCi. ,r
ELIZABETH HILLS LY&1AN.
and special lecturers of
standing. Course la com
year two nUhta a. weslr, Tuition
moderate. ISIS other high-grade
courses Commercial, Engineering,
Register Sept. 25-80. Begin Oct. 2.
School reopens for falland winter terras,
same data as public aoheols. Ormnaattea. der
"MJV drawlag. Jneedlework, and swimming L
eblldran. T to 15 years, for IS par year, Krell
your ettHdren now. Broad and Columbia. ""v"
BQRPKNTOWN. N. J.
UlRH mrwim's HranoL
O-rrbrpok, I'bila., Psv College ,P
falls for pupils in Bala. Crnwrd.
Wynneoebl Miss S. Janet flayw-T'
SCHOOL QF M!
SO Courses. Voaal M
Open to Man. Women. CV
and avaaiMg. Catalog, "li.
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