hWdsl "GOSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE
dV .. ' . .........
s jy'flncy Wynne Speaks of
or n'.j.. .x' il.
i Resorts one 4i te
,N Various Persons in
a' rtAME of 8 w'10 hnvc f,n'C(1 ncnr
St,ln tltirlnc the lieat of .Tune mid
f ?w r(J not feci bnIly nbout it. i
&VSlr 3??rt5lo3r thnt It I m damn
W6rJ" ' I,,, wot. .Ttifit think of
' jf, 2d. "oXllsht It was -o damp dorru
' h'ftwnort is much Intrrwlwl Just now
.Jw,ne a blc Vlinr ty rtffplr which
TAe A1,im In I'rovldpncc, and most
S th'f "women In Newport nrc inter-
i.i in maklnff It ft micmiw.
tfSwm " n Newport
fJS'fJw Smb. Mr. anil Mm Taylor
fVl&Mbrtli Ann went up In thrlr
t Mr. Walter Wpplncott.hai. . "
SSt'up at .Tameetown: hr unually
US&t up each aummer. In fact IIimv
22 more ' 1'hlladclphlnna nt Jniii.lown
fffn in Newiwrt or NnrrajransoU.
thSommw 1 think It aulta u nil bet
(,r7 Wc can jet to the finyety of New
rt or Narrnganoett by n ten to twen
SrAuTnte ferry ride, nnd vc can keep
jtS from it and havo Rome fun of our
own fUht In Jamestown nc)f. The
S? to wonderful for swlmmlnc At
t end Of the Mind you hnvo tho
wildest kind of wnves nt Meavortall
ST atrWh of thetar I. rwtA.. and
Itautlful beyond wotUh.
HAVE you noticed how ninny brides
nnd bridegrooms have Rone to the
Adirondack" on their wedding trips of
late? "be Andrew Porter were up
then for wer-ul weeks and the IIr
rt ChurchM. I benrd that here
eight bridal couples nt one hotel
Sow. Mustn't It have been o scream
To tee them all together nnd watch thern
. wot each other. You can't t away
ith It ever. Somehow or other, you
livt yourselves away on that wedding
trln. Or you get along Rnfely nnd
think no one knows you are n newly -ved,
and are t about ready to go
. . i...inf "nht lr over" on eveij"
ene In the hotel, when nn old friend
of tho family arrives and rushes up
to you. exclaiming In n loud voice:
Well. I declare. If hero ore not the
bride and groom l'1 And cverjonc be
ilns to grin. ,
Tho Porters have taken the Edmund
Tnar' house in Wynnewood for the
lurnmer, at least until they find n
house of their own. while the Churches
iro going to spend the summer nt
Btty a parents' homo In Villnnovn.
The Packard usually go to their camp
la tie Adirondack, so It will be like
Wing their own home, until they oro
redy to move Into their really ouu
RITA HECKSCHER la leaving today
for Baunderstown, K. I., where nhc
Is going to visit Nancy Cope, at her
'mother's cottage, for nbout ten dnys.
Baunderstown Is a delightful place to
tMi, and I am sure she will hnvc n
wonderful time. It is clrnc to Jnmen
town, Newport nnd Nnrrngnnsett Pier,
where both Kita and Nancy Cope hnvu
loti of friends, and It Is such fun going
OTtr from one place to another, either
In a yacht or on the ferry. Nancy took
part In tho Unique Opern Co.. which
lte two performances lost spring nnd
which proved to be a great success.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Walter
Cope, who lives in Cermnntown. nnd
nita is the daughter of Mr. Stevens
Ilecksher. uho lives ut Greenwood
TJEfiGY is eight years old nnd she is
L spending the summer In the moun
tains ith mother nnd sister, nnd she
has a great ambition to walk bare
footed. She hnd gotten to the point
where she could iust about go over the
ftubblv fields without wincing every
time she struck n hard plnee.
Then one morning she nnd mother
and sister started down to the creek to
jo in bathing. Peggy was walking
along without shoes, when mother naid :
"Peggy, I wish you would wenr your
gymnasium shoes, I am so afraid you
will cut your foot." -
Teggy Immediately became very dig
nified nnd wnlked on npnee. Then in
a my patient voice she remarked':
"Mother, you make me wear s-hocs
and socks rvcrichcrc how do jou eer
xpect me to get tough feet?"
' SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
An engagement of Interest In this city,
Newport and BAltlmorn nnnoun'ced ves
terdty In Newport Is that of Miss Mnr
prtt Thayer Graham, daughter of Mrs.
Howard Spencer Graham, of Chestnut
Hill and Newport, to Mr. Dcvcrcnux
'Colt Josephs, son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Lyman Colt Josephs, of Rultimorc. No
jrrangcmontK have been mndo aa yet
r the wedding, but it will bo a quiet
on owing to the death of the brtdo-to-os
father several months ago, Tho
Qrahami llvn nt 203 West Chestnut
avenue, Chestnut Hill. Mr. Howard Ora
nm, Jr.. nnd Mrs. Rlcardo aimmerman
are a brother nnd Bister of Miss Ora
nam. Mrs. Graham was MIsm Thayer.
MlB8 Heda Kock, of New Orleans,
Who came hero to njtend the Van Pelt
nw5 we,dd"g, wllch took place Inst
Ti.-ua,y,' Xa occn staying with Mrs.
Joseph M. Gnzzam. She will leave to-
othiVM1' enJV Ca"". Conn. An
h& esn ? "" Ganim's Is Miss
rs!iS ieo.Prol,""au' n'ece of the lnte
o5iU8Uco W,,t0- formerly of New
Si,'1" jw of New York nnd
tur??,i Ston lrg- Gasiam recently ra
W? weeKSS WaB,hlnKt0" fna Virginia
Montfc.ni v,ratA "I0 ''ec?Ption given nt
ffie for.ufo1r,AmbasBador Gcddei nnd
'men f r .1" d,el?(ftes at tlie commence
went of the University of Vitglnla.
the rnrn.fi tV b"ss Alice Bened ot, of
for On?."58' ,PYon' w 'vo August 1
W Onteora Park. In the Catsklll Moun-
Mr flMrl It n1
. ..u irB 1'iiz-Eugeno Dixon, of
. . " " -"rarum waua uatmr )
UU to tour f..t in.
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the Doings in New England
x" j i r-v . i
turnings ana goings o
the Social World
Wklns Park, who recently returned from
Europe, where they spent oovcraT
months, sre .pcoupyimc t)ilr summer
homo 'at Winter Harbor, Me.
, Mr. and Mm, Edmr Pardee Uarle nnd
tbelr diiuirhtra. MIsn Margaret Earl,
nnd Mlsa Vlnrlnla Uarle, who are spend
It! tho Ktltnmtr fit (heir nummc hnm'.
MontnlRklng, N, J are entertaining as
tt)lr suests their son-in-law nnd daugh
ter, l)r. and Mra. II. A. Holland, of
Miss Christine F. Gliambers, 15S0
Pine street, who Is spending the num
ber traveling In Uurope. Is nt present Hi
Italy. She will salt for this country
on July 26.
Mr, nnd Mrs. CJoorfw Colesberry
i-urves. or mo eouin mgnteentn atreet
nnd Dryn Mtiwr, havo taken a villa,
for tho remainder of the season at
Xarrngansett Pier, It Ir
Mrs. Camllle 8. d'Invllllers nnd her
daughter. Miss Kllzabeth M. (Vlnvll
llfrifl, of 134 West Washington lano,
Uermantown, will leave today for Eaglee
mere, where they will sptiml several
wteks (va the eucnta bf Mro. d'Invllllers'
eon nnd daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
TMwnrd V. d'lnvillicrB, of GOSo McCal
lum street, nt their summer home,
Mr. and Mrs". Frederick Hemaley
IavIs moved today Into tholr new home
nt 120 West Springfield avenue, Cheat
nut Hill. Mra. Levis before her recent
mirrlage was Mlsa Louise Buttonrorth,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Werner
Mr. and Mra. Donjamln Chew, of
Had nor, have taken a house nt Nnrra
Bansett Pier, R. I,, for tho summer,
which they are occupying.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge U. Allison, 6917
Greene street, Germnntown, who nro
spending tho summer nt their cottage
at JntutMitown. It, I entertained nt din
ner last Saturday evening In honor of
Mr. nnd Mrs. lilwanl V. Kane, of 6614
Lincoln driv, aermnntown, who are
Binding several weeks in Jamestown.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tyson, of Jenkln
town, left last week for Lake Como, Pa.,
where they will remain until September.
Mr. George A. Armlstend, son of Mra.
S. Gordon Annistead. of St. Martins.
Chestnut Hill, Is spending somo time at
Narrngnnsett Pier, n. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Samuel, of the
Rltz-Cnrlton, have taken a villa at Nar
r.igaiuctt Pier, H. I., which they nro
occupying for tho summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. P. Randolph,
Jr., are tpendlng several weeks at Nar
rnennsett Pier, R. r.
Mrs. Kdwnrd 11. Mollor. of C311 Ger
mnntown avenue, Germantown, has re
turned from .vortneast iiaruor, aie
whore sho was tho guest of her sister,
Mrs. John M. Scott.
Mrs. Albert H. Ashby, 1700 Pine
street, hns returned from a two weeks'
visit to Cape May, ajid with Mr. Ashby
will pnend the remainder of the summer
nt Atlantic City.
Mrs. James T. Lyona. of 651 North
Thirty-fifth street, announces tho en
gagement of her daughter, Mlsa Agnes
J. Lyons, to Mr. Robert J. Qulgley, of
ALONG THE READING
Mrs. Aaron Rlumenthal, of IClklns
Paik, In rpendlng a few weeks at
Wrlghtbllle Reach, N. C.
MIsn Klorenco Rothschild, of 410
H.'irrUon avenue, Elklns Park, has gone
to Tripp Lake Camp, nt Poland, Mo.,
for the summer.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Abraham Silverman, tf
Oak Lane Park, aro receiving congratu
lations on the birth of a daughter,
Audrey Silverman, on Thursday, Juno 30.
Mrs. Kdwnrd Prank nnd her family,
of Oak Lnnc, nro the guests of Mr. nnd
Mra Morris May nt their summer homo
fh Heal Beach, N. J.
Mrs. S. R. Koffler nnd Miss Miriam
Koffler and Miss Rcatrlco Silverman,
of Elklns Park, have gone to California
by way of the Canadian Pacific,
wheie they will remain until Septem
Mr and Mrs. Daniel J. McCrudden
nnd their son, Mr. Daniel J. McCrudden
Jr., 232 Kast Johnson street, with their
eon-ln-law nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
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are as sure of the Cuisine
Ihc sort of persons you see
Supper .each a little treat!
Dancing During Supper
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Daughter of Mrs. George M. Mledel of 1700 Montgomery nvenuc, whose
engagement to Mr. Frederick F. nennlugcr, of Ulcnsldc, has been
George II. McConnoil. 2.3 Kast Johnson
Mreet, and Mr. and Mrs John Daubman,
.Z8 linst. jonnson street, have returned
from a motor trip to Washington.
Mrs. Richard J. Mlllwnrd, 2023 Me
dary avenue. Is rpendlng the summer In
Ocean City. N. J. Mrs. Mlllwnrd's non-In-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph J. Moore, of 2023 Medary avenue.
lmo returned from a motor trip to
Wilmington. Mr. and Mrs. Moore will
motor to Atlantic City for tho week
end. Mrs. B. W. Miller, of Thorpes lane nnd
Wlstcr street, is spending a fortnight in
Mlra Kva Hitchensen. of 6027 Lambert
street, will lalt relatives In Vlnelond,
N. J., oer the week-end.
Mrs. Martha Knott, 807 Kast "Wash
ington lane, has ns her guest for some
time her niece, Mlsi Martha Bawn.
daughter of Mr. Robert B. Bawn, ot
Mrs. Alexander Plelshcr and Mr. nnd
Mm. I. Albert Llvorlght, of 2030 Spring
Garden street, are nt their summer
home, 105 Princeton avenue, Vcntnor,
N. J., for tho season.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tutelman, of
(5421 Ventnor avenue, vontnor, formerly
of !230 North Broad ntreet, have an
nounced tho engagement of their daugh
ter, Miss Edna R. Tutelman, to Mr.
Bernard B. Hodck, son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Wolf Bodek. No cards havo been bent
Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Toffnrd nnd
their family, of 2432 South Sixteenth
street, lire spending tho summer in
Mr, Charles Ruddcrow, Jr., of 2134
the usual Roof, where you
and Service as you nre of
there. Luncheon, Dinner,
, x .-hu,, it'ivu. ,-f"-,.i",a.. ,
(fS'riSfcSb tSi Walnut Sf reefs
isssanssnsasm v "S
South Garnet street, Is spending n few
dnjs with friends In Atlantic City.
Mrs. JanicM C.'iffrey. of 2311 South
Seventeenth street, will be thu guest of
her sister, Mrs. Mary Bicnmui, of
Lnston, I'a , for n few dnys.
Mr Robert McDougal, of 180S Mif
flin stieet, who hns been tnnellng for
borne time. Is now In London, England
Mr. und Mrs L. H. Hnuck and their
daughter. Ms Ciiroljn Hnuck, of 2732
South Cle eland avenue, ha loft for
Belmnr, N. J, where they will spend n
month with their cousin.
Miss Viola Dice and her brother. Mr
KenOrB.0..K1c! ,l,,d JIr- William Dice, of
1720 Mifflin street, have been spending
the last few week-ends at their now club
ut Blnckw ood, N. J.
.?lrr nnd Mra' Jolm Austin, of 1719
Mifflin street, are entertaining Mr. Aus
tins brother. Mr. Stnnley Austin, who
hiM recently arrived from Manchester,
?lr-,.nnd Mrs- HamW Plnkstan, of
-7J0 South Cleveland avenue, have re
turned homo after spending a. few weeks
with friends In Hammonton, X. J.
that may be matched from tho
itaje of any theatre the deli
cate charm of a favorite actress
or the sraccful clamor of danc
rtng girls reveal a secret which
cannot remain hidden behind
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Mr". Mid Mrs. Max Sohoenfeld, of
3137 Diamond street, are spending tho
summor In Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Sokoloff and their
family, of 2226 North Thirty-third
street, are spending the summer at 209
South Scasldo avenue, Atlantic City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Harris and their
family, of 1828 North Thirty-second
otreet, are spending the summer in At
Mr, and Mrs. TV. M. Lowls and their
daughter. Miss Botty Lewis, of 1914
North Thirty-second street, are spend
ing the summer at their apartments,
Connecticut avenue and the Boardwalk,
The Rev. Millard Asntor- Pelrco and
his family, of 4760 Ptnn street, oro at
Wlldwood Crest for tho summer.
Miss Louise Sheppard nnd Mlos Ethel
Sheppard, of Arrott street, aro spending
a month ut Northeast Harbor, lie.
Mr. Samuel Potter, of 6100 Frankford
avenue, Is expected homo this week nfter
a thrco montha' trip to Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Poucher nro on a trip
to California nnd will be gone until the
middle of September.
A plana recital wna given In tho Re
formed Church of the Ascension by the
pupils of Mini Hue L. Dechant. Among
the young people who participated In tho
program wero Mils Florence Conver,
Mlsa Mary Frlck. Miss Marian Cnppl
rella, Miss May Rhodewalt. Miss 111
l,a.n. Law- m'ss Dorothy Meeser. Miss
Mildred Ooeshaw, Miss Mildred Keyscr,
Miss Fannlo Sandler, Master Gilbert
f'ek. Master John Hlmmelrelch and
Master Samuel Olll.
MS. a.nd MrB- Aaron S. Swartn. of 904
Do kalb "treet. will spend the next
month nt Diamond Pond, X. II.
Mr. nnd Mm. 1 Wr1ln,v,rh,1u-I,l.-
and their 'amlly, of Chester, nre spend-
lug the summer at Capo Porpoise, Me.
tholr children have returned to their
homo In Meill.l. frnm V,invvll1 In
where they were guests for a month of
it. rncierniiiK nrother and slster-ln-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo UndorhllU
Mrs. Edward Hall and Miss Ellrabctb
Hall, of Media, havo been entertaining
Mrs. Hall's niece. Miss Elizabeth Bar
ton, of West Chester, for a few days.
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rx neeuie sprays, salt rubs, mas
9 sage and expert treatments
ti sunerior to thoo pvnn nf
1 1 Hot Springs or White Sulphur, ft
A Each patron 13 given indi- a
I i vidual and private sen'ice. i-
U Fourteen (14) trained female
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FAB a new aoap-f lake made by Colgate & Co,
, wifely washes fin FABric.
Tho marrlago of Mlsa Bessie Lone
Bean, daughter of Mr. Wllmer M, Bean,
of ill Hamilton streeL Norrlstown, and
Mr. Addison A. Piatt, son of Mr. James
II. Piatt, of this city, took place today
nt noon In St. John's Kplscopal
Church, Norrlstown. Tho rector, the
Rev. H St Clair Hnthawny, officiated
at tho marriage ceremony. Tho brldo
was given In mnrrlage by her father and
was attended by her sister, Mrs. John
Townley West, of Raleigh, N. C as
matron of honor. Tho best man was B.
Warren Smith, of Westvllle, N. J., nnd
tho ushers Included Mr. John Townley
West, brother-in-law of the bride, and
Mr. George J. Wilde, of Norrlstown.
The bride wore a white chiffon and
satin gown and a hat of white moire,
trimmed with ostrich fenthern. Bho car
ried a shower bouquet of white rosea
and snapdragons The matron of honor
wore a gown of Chantllly lnco nnd satin,
with rust-colored girdle. Her hnt was
of white taffeta nnd she carried a bou
quet of pink roses nnd snapdragon.
After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Piatt
w 1 llvo at fill Hamilton street. They
win 00 nc nome after September 1.
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and Bdtbetio Dnnc
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Sl-ECIAl, IIOOKKlUZriNtl counsE
Hlah Hrtiool ur,)uate. boy or alrla. who
nnt to tudy bookkceulnB ami nrcountancy
In the. mon prnctlcul wny should lnventlaate
OUr milrl.l Vnll an .n.nll . a .
SJlh our summer damee. Poultlon cuar-
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The couraes arc so arranged that students obtain practical expe
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Full credit In C. P. A. courses is given toward tho degree of
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A faculty of ono hundred give personal instruction.
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Amendment ot Business
Opportunities for women in
business are unexcelled. There
is no commercial position that
a woman, properly trained, can
not fill satisfactorily.
Peirce School's secretarial
course has trained many women
for (rood positions. Peirce
practical training helps women
to win success.
Day School Opens September G
V'ni Vehnol Onrntt September 19
of Business Administration
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lutes moderate. Cn'alnc.
GlWnr.E A. WALTON. A. St.,
Iloi tS.1. fienrce lehnol. Pa,
LEIlAON VALLI5X COLLEfiK Co-Ed.
Collece. Academic. MuMe, Oratory. Colloji
rates. S343 to M12. Mailo rates. $375 tj
1400. Kor cat n lor addrtsi: Ult. U. D.
tn every thoumnd recaha benefit throaxi
Pinal ndluetment xlven by competent
DOCTORS OP CUinOPRACTIC
TTie public Is rapidly recnrolstnz the valoa
ot this method of druelets "xallnc. and will
require an Increasing number of practlUon
era. Send for literature aiplalnlnc the
new TdnK mu.FOK or rnTRnrRACTtc
Dent. . 2S XV. 7td t New YnrU. T. T.
HINGIIWTON. W. T.
THE HINOHAMTON TRAIN1NO HcnoOL
An Ideal prlv, liome-echool for nervous, hack
ward & mental defectives No nue limit. Phy.
rlcal Culture. Manual training l all brancbea.
Open yr areund, Terms I7B per mth. A ud
MTt. and .IRS Al'OPBT A POLDT. Bust
ntnshamtnn Kew York 11? Falretew Aa
Shenandoah Collegiate Institnta
and School of Music. Dayton. Va.
Co-Educational Hates i;;,t to 1300.
ftend for -ata1oarua
Vnnne Women nnil fllrls
Mlaa Snyvnrd's Srlioul for fllrln, Overtiroak
Phllu., Pn. Cn'lcge pren t irrrnurli
t.otirseH. Athletics Write Pent j.
MISS S JANirr SAYAVARn
PENNSYLVANIA. JENKINTOWN. llox 4S3
BEECHWOOD SCHOOL (Inc.)
For Young 'Women. A Cultural and prac
tlcsl School Fits for any vocation. Prepara
tory, College Departments Constrvatory ur
Music, Art. Oratory, Domestic Arte and
Pclencea, Secretaryship. Gymnastics. Normal
Kindergarten, HwimmInK poo! Large new
gvmnaatum M u Reasar Ph. P., Pres.
In Vallev Porse region 10 miles from Phlla.
MRS. UXNCiDON CARKI.V. Principal
linn MO. ren. Pa.
wpst ritK'Trn pa .
West Chestor, Pennsylvania
The Darlington Seminary, Ind.
MIVTY ACRR E8TATR
71et ear Opem Heiiteniher Si, 10JI
Junl'-r fiuhool for aunt- jlrls
Tor CatloTUe M-Lliei,
rhHMlp F. Hvt Pr1nela ltoT m
I.1M)K HALL BRUI.VARY
A glrla school since 1740 Aoadamlo. Collets
Preparatiiry A Special Couraes Separate Jr
Dept Ovmnaslum Secretarial Cntalnu
Hev. F. W. Stengel Prln.. Inx lo.a. l.lTlt, im
MARYIVNU COM.KdK FOR WOMEN
Lulhcrvllle. JId. """",'
An Ideal college In sire, equipment, location
and iiiursea of etudy Ths faculty la largs
and able. To and four year coursea for
h'nh ichool uruduatfa Couraes In music.
,i organ, dnmestle selenra and arts
xhool of epraton. art and elocution.
prrese conferred Cnta'og Bos X
Young Men nnd Ron
Pennsylvania Military College
DtereeB In Civil i:nelnecrln;. Chvmlatry.
nit Commerc and Flnanco. Preparatory
Division and Junior SchooL
COLONEL CHARLES E. HYATT
Hog 83. riie.tcr. Pa.
The Mercersburg Academy
FOU DOYS Mercersburg, I'a.
..en'l fv eatalnrua to
WM. MAVNIItVIVK. ph, n LU
Hsmlmin-r. Mn Uii '
IIF.I.I.HFOVT Ti. PA .
Bcllcfonte Academy Lrnn' to 100
and up. 115th year. Ath. fl.iaT'i?TO.Jfo"
AcenunflniT (tira mimI
nenrrl Huelnrtu (one yeerl
Se-r-tnrlnl (one to two yiar
Tfnfber TrHloLna (one tm
Stennirrinhle (kti to nine
H -, ,, -fc ., t,nnh
o) Army and S'avy Stores
Yonnc Men nnrl finny
Allentown Preparatory School
Prepare for collars or technics! aehnai
Email claeaea.- Infllvlduai inatructlon. Alt
All atilctlea. Solendld rV,rlT..VJVB?
Lam eampua and VymnaV SMcl.l '"r.
for vouncer bova. nate tHOO T..
. T.ANTARTKR. TA.
hot 412. Ijinenater. I'a.
bchDyUdll Bern., Iteadtnc'a Jr. CoL. K41aT
P. Prep. , Jr. Colleea couraes t5ru:
fcatea accepted by collecea A univarairi.?
L - -'.. n.-i. i,.if.. i-rea.
NAZAKKTH HALL M1LITAIIY Artnru.
"x no. Miaurvth. Ptt. Founded ni"
nriMiiiiQr,- a uuamess courses, tjr
Ufa Hev. A. n. Thaeler. p"!' r,.7!.'.'.a.7
Tim niia. .inn .1 i.Btt.M n.i .1.. . . . . .
rr.HKIOMF.N SCHOOL FOR IIOVH '
Music. Oratory & Busineas. Seho'arJhlp.8 Not
lonductrd for profit Md. rates AtalnA,?
OSCAR h. KRIKIIKL. I. I " Vrtiu SSl
Hit UP. Prnn-l.iirg. y.,1"'"'
ht. 1,1'KB's scirtioT "
W;une (Main Line P. R. R.) i.
Charles Henry Struut. A. M.. n'M.ft...,rT
wr.xoNAH n a
Wenonah Military Academy
iieuiiniuuy siiuauy n a tMn.i
Jon A faculty selVnd only tS that of
West Point In etllciency. AcadJrn?!
course, $7R0 for the chool yeor SI2
nrnto Junior Department, IttSo u,' .S15
year. Catalog and view' blk. DoSi?'
DR. CHARLES II. LORKNCK IV,.
SLJQR CU1IU.N A. O-WIIEK "',
UORDEXTOWN. N. J
Thorough preparation for college , ... ,M
Efficient, faculty, small classes iJSriR."Ml
attention. Military training. 3j?h,v.ld,,
Kor catg. address Col.T D London n.,9r
CM. nordentcn. N.J.. VrtPJR.
PORT HHroSIT. Mn
Murray rentyHru., ,,,,.,,,, .
.t.r,m.i,i uf. ri (i
I11K 1JNITKH STATUS Coir kt.u. ..'
VliTLUINArtY SUROKONHK 0V
Opena BP la. Write for Uati-rS i?,,
11 S GAMIILK, H v H J,ro,Pem
522 I- Htreet, N. W Washi., n
- FIMllltRNK -MIUlARYHri777ST-
Prepares lor universities and bn.ii, " .
Bethlehem Preparatory School
Propares for leadlmt colleep. Extenalva
rrounds. Jimlor Hthool, 4lln T), xiy!
M. A.. Hendiunater. llttlilchem. V. "
ntlon a.stfurm:."t". Hfs.
C. under V. 8. -.,,' raln. '
12011.000 fireproof. SKh I 1
Its to all collecea iW0?"". -
I II IE Ifct -'
.ar. Nf :
i itinomA bi.i.i
aVottoes for nil Sttidents f'aialellrn
, MAJOR MOHOAN II. IIi4)UINm"uJ; ,
Staunton Military Academv
Largest private Academy in is.
Preprea for Unlversltie,. "oov.m.":
Acadmlea or Ruslnesi ,ts nnn f kfl"0'
Hates nno n.nd for catalog TO brrCa.
Tnl. Thoj. II Russell. II, u p-..,. ..
linx .. 'annrnii (itnl.l. Mfnjloiit v
BUCIIHWK MILITARY ACAIKJJT
lllnckstnne, Virginia V",CJJ
Dept. i Military. Acadsm o. t'ommerclal
C,liJ.t.h,?,". T,r.alnJ"K School
Hand for Catalogn
WA"lirXC8TOW. 11. C.
Ul'LY Clill.SS AC
If Cltll.SS ACAUBMY, Washington. D
OrerlooUlnr lh. Nuilnn.i V-V,.?I "
Stendard and Uleotlv. Courssg. V au,
ogues address! Superloreaa, ""'
Uly Cross AeaJaray. Waahlogioo. D. a
FORMER ASS'T QCZCIK AND
I'UI'IL YSAYE. SPECIAL
SU31MISR CLASSES NO)Y. .
2210 WALNUT ST. t
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