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THE SUN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1916.
'Varied phases of
Ono day tht.i week a visitor at the
JRuillo whero Horlicrt Brcnon Is direct-
Sine; tho production of "Wnr Brides"
Mkcd, "Do you bcllcvo In giving tho
pulillc wlpit It wants, or teaching It to
"rant something better than It know?'
"It Ik Impossible to kIvo tlx; public
fomethltic It doenn't wnnt," Mr. Drenon
replied, "much Icjb PclllnB'lt that omn
thing. Hut thin docs nut incnn that It i
If nrccsnry to truvel In tho old, deeply I
orn rnlH. In pliotodrnmus, as In all
other nrtu, thrro ore certain funda
mental tilings that appeal to the public
universally. Tho primal passions and
emotion that art- tlin basis of poetry
find pu'ntlng cannot fall to attract tho
ptfhllc, because they are deep rooted
In tho human consciences. Tho photo
drama Is simply tho modern form of
expreff on. Therefore, so long ns tho
hrtlst dealfl with truth ho la bound
v to give tho public what It wants, nl
1 troys has wnntoil and always will want.
"IVi tly, however, when you speak
. f riv.i'g tho public what It wants
i sou refer to the superficial and cheap
tfortn ( ' motion picture, becnuso that is
what tin1 public has seemed to want.
Us n tinMrr of fact this not true. Tho
jnujorl'y of moving pictures have been
iud v'lu'ii Judged by any standard of
bo i i r nrt. Ittit as tho malorltv of
tlie loio Mtlv s built fifty years ngo
t tiro bwl wli-Mi Judged by tho standards
J fcf nio.lern mechanic?. Each new art
! (mut' evolve I'm own standards, nnd
yjevi ry ono knows that most of the worst
tnttion p':ttiri"4 of to-day are better
1 hiin tUii.it of tho best ones of five years
L "What I nm always trying to do,
therefore. Is to reach tho now standard
V'whlcli does not exist, nnd If I do
rjroach that, then strike out again for
ti still higher point. This Is In the
l fcest sense giving tho public what It
.(srnntn. llecauso tho public reads a lot
(, fcf trashy fiction It docs not follow that
this trash holds a higher place In tho
iibllc esteem than the works of
j Victor Hugo and Dickens. It Is In
ifrrcitcr evidence, that Is all. But
J wheimver n modern writer even np-
jiroxlmates tho deep humanity of
(Aho.io two novelists ho wins Instan
taneous recognition. Thero Is not
tenongh good literature to satisfy the
I'grahllo demand for reading matter.
"So there Is not enough good photo-
Srarna to fill the demand, nnd so tho
uhllc takes the next best, beeaure It
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A PLAY A WEEK HERE.
Andreas Dippcl will bctrln tho
third (season of "The Lilac Dom
ino," nt the Standard Theatre on
Monday night. CuvlllicrV) beau
tiful score has by no means ex
hausted its popularity nnd "Tho
Lllnc Domino" seems to have
taken its place among tho oper
etta classics of tho day. There
is an excellent company nnd
some new numbers have been
The Bronx Theatre will this
week introduce to Now Yorkers
"The Devil's Harvest," which
promises thrills enough for thoso
fortunate enough to sco it.
Insists upon seeing pictures Just ns It
Insists upon reading. But tho success
of tho companies which havo nunle a
definite) effort to bring their produc
tions up to nn artlstlo point shows
that tho public has no set ideas of
what it wants, or at least that those
Ideas cannot be measured by tho per
petual success of unworthy produc
tions. "For example, It may be said with n
certain show of reason that tho public
docs not want tragedy. Tho truth Is
that the public does not want stories
oi pictures which merely end un
happily, without any deep, human rea
son for such an ending. 'War Brides'
Is a tragedy, but thcro Is good reason
for that tragedy, a reason bnsed upon
actual occurrences In European coun
tries at the present time. The public
hns shown that It wanted 'War Brides'
ns a vaudeville, play, and I know that
It will still more want It when the
story Is developed ns I havo developed
It In the scenario, making tho appeal
broader through showing phases of
life that were Impossible on tho stage.
Therefore, while tho public may not
want tragedy I wilt still 'bo giving
It what tt wants when I give it this
Work on this first of tho Brenon
pictures Is now far advanced, nnd it
has been definitely announced that the
release, through Lewis J. SeUnlck,
will take place In October.
In addition to marking the debut
of Maurice and Florence Walton on
tho screen, tho Famous flayers pro
duction "Tho Quest of Llfo" will nlso
bo the Inst photoplay In which Itobert
Browcr, veteran of tho stneo nnd
screen, will appear. Brower. who has
been Identified with tho theatre for
sixty years he managed tho great
Lleblcr success. "Tho Man From
Home," when William Hodgo toured
tho country In the play had decided
to 'retire nnd become a plgocn raiser,
but Ashley Miller, under whose direc
tion ho hns appeared In many screen,
productions for tho Inst five years, de
cided that ho wns Ideally suited to
play tho role of tho theatrical man
ager Is "The Quest of Life." which Is
to open at tho Strand Theatre In a
Ho persuaded Brower to come down
from his farm in Ulster county tn
play the part despite the protests of
the latter that he wan nn Adellna Fattl
nnd that he had retired from the '
screen several months ngo.
The veteran actor Is a most pic
turesque charncter, his active mind
recalling many interesting incidents
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the photo drama
that occurred back In tho days when
oil lamps and tin reflectors formed
the only means of Illumination In
many of the magnificent opera houses
In which ho has performed whilo
travelling all over this country. When
he wont Into tho movies Brower ex
pressed himself ns preferring to sit
back nnd let his celluloid self "do the
tank towns." Now ho hns decided to
glvn even his shadow a rct.
Work on tho production Is very
nearly completed, Mntirlco and Miss
Walton having done their last danco
before tho camera this week.
Ethclmary Oakland, tho seven-year-old
llttlo movlo actress who for tho
last two years has been featured In a
number of Thanhouser films, having
Just recently completed an Important
part In "Tho Shlno Cllrl," has now
started five weeks rehearsing for "Tho
World nnd tho Woman," In which
plcturo sho will play tho daughter of
Ethclmary In her short career has
been tho victim of seventeen different
accidents on tho screen, henco her tltlo
of "Thanhouser's Little Daredevil." In
"Tho Only Way" sho was a lost child
who met with every variety of mishap
concelvablo by tho fertile brain of tho
scenario writer; In "Tho Shlno Olrl"
she falls off a high cliff Into tho ocean
below and Is Just Blnklng for tho third
time, when Gladys Hulotto has an op
portunity to como to tho rescue, and
now In "Tho World nnd tho Woman"
this fearless youngster must slip from
tho banisters, down a wholo Might of
stairs, supposedly seriously injuring
her splno so that Jeanne logics may
bring her back to health by tho "faith
cure," but Ethelmary has ns many
lives as tho traditional cat that looked
at tho king. Even beforo sho went
Into tho movies this remarkable child
actress played tho lend In "The Littlest
Hebel" on tho "legltlmatu'' stage, where
sho appeared with Frank Wilcox nnd
Mlnnlo Qoinbel, who recently becamu
tho bride of Harry Bunisey.
Last winter In between posing for
pictures Ethelmary Joined tho opera
company, playing tho child In "Mtulam
Butterfly" with the llttlo Japanese
prima donn.n, Tamalkl Mlurl. Every
night during this opera, ballet engage
ment when It camo tlmo for l'avlowa
to da nee. Ethelmary would watch the
wings and rarely a performance went
by when the Itusslan ballerina did not
throw tho child nt least one of her
ninny bouquets. It was at tho sugges
tion of l'avlowa that this versatile
child, who swims, rides horseback,
flngs and portr.ij'H every emotion on
tho screen, took up too dancing. She
la now studying four times a week
with l'rof. CoiiHtantlno and will dance
beforo tho screen In n plcturo now be
ing especially written for her to bo
prodmcd nt the completion of "The
World and tho Woman."
Knshnnara, tho lovely Oriental
dancer, who I.iirmcso harvest
fin r r nnrt Tftaa.lss ECJJJC?a taaialtC
huvo proved one of the most successful
dancing acts ever given nt the l'alace
Tliintre, Is now biis.lv nt work rol
lalrfirntlng with M.ilnr (1. H. Ileum
on n Kcenarlo for a live reel picture, i
featuring herself ns nn East Indian
ltoshnnara has had frequent offers
from motion picture companies to
lntroiluco special dances Into their
films, but ltoshnnara refuses to bo
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The diminutive screen star
Louise Huff is introduced to
Strand Theatre audiences this
week in the Famous Players pro
duction, "The Reward of Pa
tience." Tho story is of n littlo
Qunkercss who falls in love with
a strnnper from tho city, whom
sho later learns is betrothed to
mother. Her father dies and sho
becomes thoi secretary of the
mother of the man she loves. Sho
sees him married to another nnd
the tragedy of .his life with n
profligate wife. The denouement
is when the wife elopes. The
musical programme includes the
berceuse from "Jocclyn" by
Bruce Weyman, violin solos by
Autumn Hall and songs by Irene
Joani, soprano, formerly of tho
Boston and Chicago grand opera
companies. Other fentures are a
topical review, a travelogue, a
cartoon and a short comedy.
Douglas Fairbanks in a Trian
gle film called "Manhattan Mad
ness" is tho featuro of the Rialto
Theatre programme. The theme
of the play is that there are more
thrills to bo had in' Manhattan
than in the wild and woolly West.
Love and mystery and a lot of ac
tion make tho picture go. Vin
ccnto Ballestcr, Spanish baritone;
Mary Ball, soprano, and James
Price, tenor, nro tho Rialto so
loists. A Triangle comedy ond
new scenic effects are also on tho
"Intolerance," the new D. W.
Grifllth spectnele which was In
troduced nt the Liberty Theatre
tho past week, like its predeces
sor, "Tho Birth of a Nation," hn3
found popular favor at once and
will remnin theTC indefinitely.
"Civilization," tho Thomas H.
Ince spectnele, has moved from
the Criterion Theatre, where it
enjoyed a run of more than 200
performances, and is now at tho
Pnrk Theatre, Columbus Circle,
for nn indefinite run.
"Is Any Girl Safe?" tho Anti
Vico, Motion Picture Company
continues to play to crowded
houses at tho Maxine Klliott
Mao Murray, former star in
tho "Follies," is now the screen
star in tho Famous Players-I.asky-Paramount
Big Sister," tho feature of the
Broadway Theatre programme.
Miss Murray is seen ns n girl of
tho submerged stratum, who is
perfectly upright nnd honest, but
whose poverty has entangled her
with n set of gangsters. They
terrorize her and take away her
little brother, Jimmy, who has
been left in her sole care. The
picture is under tho direction of
John B. O'Brien, forrr.jr direc
tor for Mary Pickford.
Thcda Bara will be seen for
the first four days of the week
in a sympathetic role in "Her
Double Life." a Fox film, at the
Academy of Music. The story is
of a Red Cross nurse and a war
correspondent. When the hos
pital is bombarded the nurse
takes the dress of a woman she
believes to be dead and goes to
London as that woman, where for.
a time she lead9 a double life,
until the woman she thought dead
returns and she i3 discovered.
classified tut Jurt a dancer In splto of
her pronounced success In this Held,
tho wants to provu her ability ns
nn nctrcss nnd nn author, ns well as
nn Interpreter of Teri.sle!iotv. In ad
dition to writing hcennrlos. Ho
shnnura is nt work on n book on
Indian dancing. In which sho drawn
comparison between tho origin of tho
early Greek nnd tho early lllnd-i
dances. She has been obliged tii have
an old volume In Sanscrit, which tho
found In Calcutta, translated In or
der to obtain nutlicntlo material for
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What Is Going On
Within Academic Walls
Dwight School Will Start New Season in Its Park
Avenue Building List of Preachers at Tome
Cooperating With Business Men at Uni
versity of Washington.
WIGHT .SCHOOL, which Is now
located at 72 Turk avenue. New
city, will start tho new
school year with every pro.pect of h.iv
Inu one of tho mot flucctnaful ncns6ns
of tho thirty-six years of lt existence.
Laxt Juno tho grrwth of this well
known school necessitated, for the fourth
time, tho Fccurlni; of larccr ciuartem.
Tho first Moor Is occupied hy the ad
ministrative olllcca of tho Hchool and a
study hall. The second, third and fourth
floors aro occupied by classroom. Tho
fifth floor Is Blvcn over entirely to
science laboratories. This floor has been
completed In nccordancn with tho moit
modern theories of laboratory construc
tion. Jt Is fireproof thtoiiKliout, has a
cement floor, and the light and ventila
tion from tho windows are supplemented
by special skylluhts. Tho studouts" tables
for experimental work nro new and of
tho most modern deslun nnd equipment,
affording facilities for practical work
such as are uually found only In large
The pulley of the school Is not to
i make all students meastiro up to one
standard of necumpllshment. but to en
able each student to advance ns rapidly
as his ability will permit consistent with
thorough training. Wide differences In
nblllty nnd powers of implication are to
bo found In any student body. This fact
Is taken Into consideration In Iiwlght.
Students are not put Into one form or
mould regardless of consequences to tin
Individual. On the contrary, to each stu
dent l allotted as murh work each term
as ho can properly and successfully pur
sue. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON.
PrATTir. Wah., Fept. ?. Thislne
eoures offered by th extension division
of tho I'nlverMty of Washington will be
. given In Spokane, T.ieom i, North Ta
' klm.i, Kvere't, Olynipla. Ilrvqtilnm nnd
' Aberdeen. n wtll as Seattle, this coming
y ar, .', orslli'T to th nnr. um-emen Jut
made public by Ti. V. Pahm. Instructor
In business ndmlnletr.vlon, In charge of
this work. Class work wilt begin In Sep-
Tha business men of each city will be
asked to cooperate In arranging courses
nnd their support will bo enlisted In en
I rolling students. In Seattle many prom-
lnnt men. real estate dealers, banker",
advertising men nnd attorneys arc serv
i iiit: n-t nuMsers and instructors.
, Ther will b three short courses for
men nnd women wishing to study the
principles of accounting.
The course In salesmanship taken by
I.'.n young business peoplo last year will
ncnln be glvt-n. Special adiptatlons of
!'' course f tli' s.ile of birn"" a :d lifa
Insurance havo been made. Class work
will Include public speaking, sales talk
and panieijiat'on In s.iles c.im"ai-f..s.
I Commercial law will deal with a spe-
elal list of l.or.O onss which adjudicate
i ome pha"" of commercial activity. It
Is designed to rover a lavtnan's demand
, for Information concerning contracts.
neencv. corporation eilc, ba!!ntnts and
commercial paper. One clas has been
arranged for experienced c-edlt men.
A review of business Hngllsh. mechan
ics of prlntlrg. selection of type, display,
laws C'f selling, Vctl n of mediums and
the en-lro operation of an advertising
rnmpalgn will bo given to tho advertta
Wtillo tlio ftudi-nti nt tlie Tome
Fchnol. Port Iiep'Ht, Mil.. ucunlly nt
tenil tho church of tlidr particular cle-
pom nation on Sumlav, ntumt on.-e ,i
month Suml.iy scrvlco" nr lielil In the '
pclinol clinpel. I'rnmlnentv rlenrymen
nro Invlt'eil to prenrli nil iliece ncoaclopi.
The list of in nt-tor- the oomlns
ve.ir liai Ju-t liwn r. t '..d anil i s
follows: r.ev. Mlln II. fiatc?, vl-ar of
tins fii.ip,.! nf tl-.f liitrrn'-snm, New
Ynrlc rlty; Itev. Dr. II il. Uucliler.
hoailinnxtcr "f tho HotrhMx Sclio-il, ,
I.akevUle. Tonn. ; Kcv. Dr. Jnl'.u M--Dowell,
pa'or 'f llmwn Menloilal
Church, lt.iltlniniv: Itev. 1'eroy l'wtr
Hull, rector of Hi" Church of th '
IV.phnny, Wnshlnirton. 1. C niclit
r.ev. John flanln'T M'trny, H nlmp of.
M-vrylatvl : I'rcMent Cn. rles Alescnmler I
ltVlitnoml of Cnlon Ci llejre, Hchenec-1
tmlv, N. Y. : r.ev, Pr. ?. A. .Tohncton-1
Itosi of Tnlon Tlnxilniilcal Pemlnnrv,
New Yorlt 'ty: T.i'V. lr. William (1
Thaver, he-nlmnpter of St. Miirli's I
P-honl. Fo'ithhonitiith. Mas". ; new Pr. I
John n Tiitlle. I'reihvierlan Church.
P'vartlnr.ore. I'ii. : PMiop I.utln-r II.
Wilson. New York city, nml IT. Kreiler
i.'l, M Klrlius. rector of Trinity Chur-'h.
J J. nrny, Jr . of ltncl.ilale, Tenn.. has
Flven to tho trustee, of llnmry I'nl-ver-lty.
Atlnnta. f!a., the cum nf jr.fi.nnn
for tho erection of nn out pi tlent hullil
Inc In connection with thi medical rtc
pnrtment of tho unlverH'.ty. lllshop
Candler, the chancellor, ha, announced
the receipt cf tho irlft, nnd nlso an
nounces that the hullil'nir will he known
as the "J. J. i.ray Clinic."
The hulldlniT Is tn lm constructed nlonc
line" similar tn those of prominent tiiedl
eal lustltiittnni In the Noith, and .Mr.
(Irny's munltlcencn will rnnhle lTninry tn
hne nn nut pnllent hoii'ie which will
cniiiparo favnrnir.y with any in the coun.
trv I'lansi havo Ik en drawn for the
hulldlntr. the ileslirners mnUlnir rnreful i
studies of (.Imllnr structures.
Tho htnictnrn will he erected with n
view tn eotnhlnlniJ the hest features
mlaptahle fop both practical nnd neleii
title work, offrrlni; exreptlnnal farllltleH
for laboratory and research woik. Until
(.r.iduates nml unilcfiiiaduates will havo
the use of the bul'dliu,'
The niedleal department nt Hmoryblds
fair tn bu uiie nf the most modern nnd
elllclcnt In the country. At nn early
date two either bulldltms will bo erected
nn the campus at Prtilil Hills, which
will bo in-slKiied to the nu (Ileal depart
ment. Tile fund for the new Wesley
Memorial Hnpltul has been Incrensed
urently, and that building will ho under
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME.
Kneclnl nttintlon Im called tn the f.u!
thnt early In the yetr 1012 Max Pain of j
ChlcnRo estnlillshed n chnlr of ournnl
Ipm In the I'lilvcr-tty of Notre Pnmn nt
Notre Diime, Tnd nml mndo pninlhlo n
Hpeclril piOKr.imino of atmllea leiullnir t
tho ileirren of tmclielor of philosophy In
journalism. In nocordun with Pr.
Mnt l'am's pnrposn In fomnllni: thin
clmlr the prni'rntmno Is dcKlctu'd tn pre.
pare ynuni; men terlmlciilly for Journal
Ism, nnd nt th p.'itno tlnio equip them
with tlin pHsipitliila of n llheral eiluca
tlon , It la hoped that tho graduates of
tlitst course will have ncqulred aurh fa.
mUlurlty with the practical work of
newspaper making us will render their
services immediately vuluablo; at the
same tlmo they are required to be well
grounded not only In the ethlce of the
profession but In general philosophy, In
In hn.la rra ,,,,!. In lh. nrlnrlnlPH Clf CCO-
nomlCH and In the world's politics an well j
as the partlcuar currents In tne na
tional life of our own country .The en
trance requirements are practically the
samo as for the other departments In
the college of arts and letters.
The university offers courses In an
cient and modern languages, history and
economics. Journalism, Reneral science,
chemistry, biology, pharmacy, mechani
cal englnecrlnir. civil engineering, elec
trical engineering, mining engineering,
nrchlterture. law. practical mechanics,
applied electricity, elocution, parliamen
tary law, artistic drawing, music, com
merce, phonography, typewriting, phys
ical culture. Notre Dame Is recognized
by all educators, by the press nnd by
tho public as a college whose work Is of
the same grade as that of the most
highly endowed colleges or the best
Slate universities. Its atmosphere Is
Rirnmrlv Catholic, and no young man
who lias ever attended the University of
Notro Dame can escape Its Innuenco in
after life. The discipline Is paternal and
alms nt giving young men the fullest
liberty consistent with earnest study and
manly Christian character.
THE PACE COURSE.
Modern business requires organized
technical knowledge, broad perspective
and developed nasontr.g power on the
patt of every young man who would
equip himself for managerial control
nnd Increase his market vnltie. This
Is the kind of equipment which the race
standardized course In accountancy nnu
buslnesj administration Is giving to
more than 10,000 ambitious young men
nnd women thionghout the country.
Tile Taco courso provides In tho first
place a technical knowledge! of account
ing, law. applied economics, organizn
tlon, management nnd finance, treated
ns correlated sciences. In the second
place, It gives a broad View of the spirit,
scope and processes of modern business.
In the third place, It develops the rea
soning power of all those who taKe U.
These assertions are borne out by the
fact that there are approximately 10
OnO Pace students and graduates
thromrhiiisf 1h nniinlry men nnd
women who aro attaining professional
and financial success, either as prac
tising accountants or as holders of lm
p. (Hunt positions In private enterprises.
There are I'aco schools In New York.
Iinston nnd Ilaltlmore, besides the ex
tension course through tho malls.
PRTNCTPAXa f prlTftta
choolsi and acadetnlea
an InTlted to tltteuM
chelaatlo toptosj of timely In
teratt In tha oolumna of tha
gchoal Pat of Tn 8undat
Beaool newa ahould roach
The School. Collet and Camp
Bureau of Tub Sun, 110 Naa
aau atreet. New Tork city, not
later than Thursday for Inser
tion In Tha School Pace the
TRS 5ETT TOBK BUN IS
LISnED AS THE ADTF.R.
T1SI50 MF.niCV FOR PBI.
VATK RCHOOLH. PUBINU
TUE TEAS OF 1B1B THE
KCN PHINTED MO I1C FBI.
TATE SCnOOL ADVEBTIS
IXO THAN A5T OTIIF.B
NEW YOUK NEWSPAPER.
Foil lillll.S AM) YCIUNO WOMEN
NKW VOItK t'lTV. New Y-ork.
Ilenpens Aluiiila, l tidier lUlli.
The Veltin School
nRNRitAi, rornsE and
N'iiiiiIut nf iHipll.H tlmtel to Iwelvis
In cii'h class. Klrrpruof fcchil
htillilliiK thnrtiuelily ei'.tliin,
Ilia AMI 1C2 . 7ITII ST.. N. Y.
Connect Ins with , Inilnillnur HU W, 71 Hi,
RNfiRD SCHOOL or
".'II WnllUllllM.t York.
.Ll Hllil (Vuftii. Ilinikohiilil Ari'iiullls.
IIib puiul the actual wurl. amidst homo
surrounulnits. Also special coursist In I'onvcrsa
tlnusl I riMU'li and KiikII.Ii, iiiiiudlnn Dramatic
Art. Hue ur all nf the courses may he uWou.
Cntaloic on riMjuost. il. li'.ib'J Hihuylcr.
.a r f J
A com. IS plsts eooslaf roursal
from souus to dm.ru. 8prlsll
Ircl irltsls rltiMi. InJIrlJuil ln
iruriloa. 'IViiil.slihih ssuon.
a us; srssw r AiatPwi
a wtJI wgis
THK Mi'DHWIM.I, HCHOiJl.
ili W 8MI1 Ht.
DestxnliitT. DrrasmakliiE, Mllllneryi
Evtnlii. Hchool. UaiablUUeil 1H.
writ fer catalegua.
roK Olltl-S AMI VOC.NO women.
NEW YORK CITY. Nw York.
New York Collegiate Institute
Miss Mary Schoonmaker's School for Girls
345 West End Ave.
REOPENS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2ND.
Elementary, Academic, College Preparatory Dcptrtmenti. Special and Post-Ctii.
Diploma endorsed by State Board of Education and accepted in lieu of examination
by such colleges as grant the certificate privilege. Athletic activities.
Lectures at museums. Outdoor recreation correlated with school work.
Booklet on request. Phone 7238 Schuyler.
Cbc Dc Cancey School for Girls
-FROM KINDERGARTEN TO COLLEGE
Etpecial Attention Given to the Study of
English French Mathematics.
Most Efficient Kindergarten and Primary Departments.
Boys Are Admitted to These Grades.
A prospectus of the school will be sent upon request. Parents desiring a personal reference
will be furnished the names of persons by addressing
The Principal, Miss De Lancey,
Cor. West End Ave. and 98th Street.
Established 1876. NEW YORK CITY. Reopens Oct. 2.
MAMAItONECK, N. T.
TIT T is not humanly t.ossiblc to describe
Oaksmcrc on a newspaper page.
Situated as it is on a sixteen acre
estate facing directly on Long Is and
Sound, the handsome, harmoniously
furnished buildings must be seen to be ap
preciated. It is equally futile to attempt to set forth
in this space the many academic and cultural
advantages offered Oaksmcrc girls.
Mrs. Merrill therefore wishes parents to
visit Oaksmcrc, a scant three-quarters of an
hour from the Grand Central Station, that
they may fully realize the ideal conditions
Mrs. Merrill's School for Girls,
Orlcnta Point, Maniaroneck -on - the - Sound.
New York Telephone Mamaroneck 906
THE ELY SCHOOL
Reopens Wednesday, October 4th, 1916
In nil department the vhool ol'en Its patrons a superior itra'ln nf 'e.irliins
In snu.ll classes, so that, each student hm opportunity for dallv n ch-itum i
pcrwinalatii'iitlun from teachers lm arc coIUko women or hltthly trained smi 1,1
Collw preparation, (iinir.il eoure, 1
The Junior Hoarding M'lmol. entirely distinct from tho timer xrhiml for
Itlrls muter llfteon. Work ami pl. oltli unuiul care. ' ' '
The attention of parent In culled to tho school's unequalled record of hei't'
8ltuatfd tents-eiiilit miles from .New York City, two mill's, from tlin ii,tvc i
hundred feet kIkim- the Sound, with tweiitj-IUo acres. haliin lis iiriv -ttc irioii
welli. sewaKn disposal, liatlirnoins ndlolnlnx every beUrooin, a herd of lcr-e
cimiple'o sanitation In scoured. The school has never suspended its wnrk 1
account of illness.
TALHAI.l.A New York.
Chappaqua Mountain Institute,
Valhalla, U r-li lir.lrr Co., N. Y.
A horns school for (illll.M. In the real
country, umlrr care of l'renls. Horns I
mother fer louns chtJJren. 41th vtir. :s I
Indies from .N' Y . ' ncrrs, SOO ft, eltsu. I
Hon rrlmnry, ITeparulnry, Muile, Art, I
Donimtlc Silrnot, Mununl TrnliilnK ni
Conuncrrlul Dipts. ilvmntishim. HcKfCIs !
MHnJlird. IlKUl 1300 til 1100. (jn.m
r.ii. ... uniitM'jc. 1. unic. Jtoam 619.
20 Vrssy at. Tel. CsiC Cort.
NEWlll'KGII.ON-Ill'IISON, N. T.
MOUNT ST? MARY'S
Thurgh-onlliidsoa, y, t.
Bosrrtlnsr icliool for )ounf Isdlrs and
little (Irli, whr thsy may enioy Ihs com
forts of horns while receiving a culture!
ana practical education. Conducted hy .It.
trrs of tha Dominican Order. Kexlstsrsd
by ths New Vork blals Educational Dept.
Chartered hy Iteisnta of N. Y. mate Unl.
ysrslty. for further particulars write
At'HlHtA.ON-rAYTOA, New York.
TTAI.I.rOl'HT KKIII'RNH OCT. 4. 0lt.
Mrong Imulty t,t collcao tmlnsd women.
Illomn 1.. nnoml . Music. Dramatics.
CI-imIc and Inlervrctntlve dunclng. Hockey
I swImmlnK. houllnit. unnls. horshack rhllna,
I rross-couutry walks. ., iduiiuiw bout-
niiiKi nu.. iniiiiiiiip;. i-or csiHioifui auurMs
Mrs. ANNA IIUI.llSMmi TAVI.Olt'll. A..
Aurora. onCa uiea, N. Y.
NEW HOC HKI.I.K New York.
COM.ECr OF NKW noriiELios.
New Koihrlle, N, Y.
For Catalucus apply to secretary.
MOl'.ST CAIIMKI (onnr.llcut.
The Phelps School for Girls
New building nn KS-ucrf estate, l'luy.
lie Ida. IS iiiiiuitum and outdoor Ufa uinlar
curs of resident lenrher. Tennis, buUit
ball, ildlis: and nil pnris, Collrge I'ir.
paivtnry, UleitUn rnuiais. lulcrmi-UUt.
ilepnrtmrnl. Music. An 1 lu.trulcl imolihi.
.nii.1. . .... ....... ,. , . ... rmi'ipui, stilt
J Held, Mount t unnel, Cnniiectli iil.
mil YIH'Nti WIIMKN
llllh ear liralna Sritcnilier toth
Thlriv mlls from Iinston. 111 n beautiful
Mrrrlmao Valley. Ktien.iM. crnunda nml mod
ern equipment CirlllUuIn admits In le'ulinf
cnllcsis lieueral lourn' nf flte ,eurs and lo
yeirs cnursu lor lll.h hiliuol Kiiuiunlrs.
MUa I.AI'IIA A KNOTT, A. M., I'rlnclpal.
IIAItl.RM Y W O A
Writ K'llll ,lr-. I.
Kor hoiue mnkera
Bend for circular.
FOB 01KI.S AM) VOt'NU HUUK
NKW Villi K ( I I V. N ,
MAMARONECK, N. T.
THE BURN HAM SCHOOL
Northampton, ALuni hu.rii.
Founded hy Mary A. thirnhnm In H"
oppoMtB Smith Colli'Kil ( nint.ua.
Miss Helen I'.. Thump. nn, Hi'.idn,llr.Hi
MISS HALL'S SCHOOL
MISS MIRA H. HALL, Principal
House in the Pines
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
40 minutes from Boston
Address Mist Gertrude E. Cornish, Principil
Only small, peparalo cotlrrs for w nt..
In ll.i.aihuaf Its .)ear 1 ur. a H
oere. Kncully of jnen and irn
eur dlpliiuiu cnuina fur lil:li liuu. k h ' e
ates i tiulldln.s. lu. tr. I.
ineiit. OaUloss. Il"v S.VMt K.
hi'.. I.UII, I'resldem N 1,
thusttts (Si) miiti. from lloalonl.
I.OHell, M us..
ts inlnut". Ii. .11 tlo.i"ti
rtoger. lit. 1 ritnv.d 1 .
Kuns llniii-ii. l-'cut 11, t I'.irk
Thoroush 1 n 1 j.i. t .1 1 i u 1 ,: a .
Ad mhu ril I'ouisu lor llmli s li k S'
Includts t-i.ursi's In lloiuu M.ii, nn 'mi
record for cond hultli. line. i;i
,sw Hi iiimiHlum 11. d 11 1 ,
illss OIU fauai: i'ur.ou., lm,..
WAMIINIiTON il. C.
IMMATt'I. TA NKMINAIIV " '
course for lilirli sihuol miduaies pi.- r
toiy and vocatlmml tourh.-a. Add "'
aeretary, Uspartment M, Wasliinalou,