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i i You will find JOHN OHIST Ck G KEENE at the old stand i ii
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I also carry a complete cOlllpleteline line of Slippers Rubbers Shoe Polish c < < c ck ct8
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Conllnupil onllnlll from I nnrlli Ingc Ingcschool IR IRchool
school architecture Beside the two twolarge twolarge
large study halls for the Junior and andSenior andSenior
Senior Departments respectively there thereare thereare
are four smaller class rooms a chemi chemical chemical ¬
cal and physical laboratory a refectory refectorywhere refectorywhere
where hot lunch lun h is served each day dayand dayand
and a carefully selected select d library to towhich towhich
which the pupils have access at all times timesand timesand
and which they are encouraged to use useregularly useregularly
regularly regularlyThe regularlyThe
The Residence to which only twelve twelveboarding twelveboarding
boarding pupils are admitted is sup supplied
1 A electri 1 i lirvlif light nMl nMlmodern
plied wirh steam heat anl anlJnodern
modern sanitary plumbing plumbingnishcd 11 Is fur furnished
nishcd throughout throu hout in the most thorough thoroughand thoroughand
and substantial manner The table 11 11that is isthat
that of a private home rather than that thatof thatof
of a boarding boardinghouse house The pupils are aretreated aretretted
treated as a part of the household pre presided presided ¬
sided over by the House Master and andhis andhis
his wife who with the Assistant House HouseMaster HouseMaster
Master do all in their power to make makethe makethe
the daily life in the Residence that of a acultured acultured
cultured liome liomeSpecial 110meSpedal
Special attention is paid to the health healthand health3nd
and physical development of the boys boysThe boysThe
The Medical Director a practicing phy physician physician ¬
sician of Washington gives each boy a athorough athorough
thorough examination at the beginning beginningof
of the year and delivers a series of lec lectures lectures ¬
tures each term on diet exercise acci accidents accidents ¬
dents and similar subjects The Physi Physical Physical ¬
cal Director a former Varsity Captain Captainand Captainand
and a graduate in Physical Culture Culturecoaches Culturecoaches
coaches the teams takes the boys on oncrosscountry oncros
crosscountry cros country runs and bicycle trips tripsand tripsand
and has general charge of the Schools Schoolsathletics I
athletics Each boy at the time of en
arc contented and happy their physical physicalwellbeing pllysicalwellbeing
wellbeing is considered of primary im importance importance ¬
portance every facility is offered under underthe underthe
the guidance of a trained Physical Di Director Director ¬
rector for indoor gymnastics and out outdoor outdoor ¬
door athletics i the individual not the theclass theclass
class is the unit unitj thorough instruction instructionis
is given g cn by a large corps of able spe specialists specialistsj ¬
cialists cialistsj each boy unhampered by petty pettyrules pettyrules
rules is expected to be a gentleman gentlemanand gentlemanand
and is treated as one and the instruc instruction instruction ¬
tion interests the pupil stimulates him himto hlmto
to scholarly effort and affords thorough thoroughmental thoroughmel1tal
mental discipline disciplineThe disciplineThe
The School is endorsed by the ablest ablesteducators ablesteducators
educators of the country and supported supportedllj supportedby
by many of the leading men of Wash Washington
all the 1lealthgiving 1lealthgivingadvl1ntages
llj ington iuit it ll iJuaacaacra possesses uu un ucuiui ucuiuiadvantages
advantages Jof of a country location locationfresh locationfreshair fresji fresjiair1
air1 air bright sunshine andtample land ample athletic athleticgroiinds athleticgroundsand
groiinds groundsand and yet 5 iS within witl1inrtwenty twenty min minutes minutes ¬
utes ride of the residence section of ofthe ofthe
the I city it surrounds its boarding boardingpupils boardingptrpils
pupils with the comforts and the re refining refining ¬
fining influences of a cultured home homeand homeand
and it is able to afford through its itslarge itslarge
large faculty all the advantages of ofprivate ofprivate
private instruction together with the thestimulus thestimulus
stimulus of class room competition c01 1p tition In Inbrief Inbrief
brief it is a modern school planned plannedalong plannedalonjr
alonjr along modern lines equipped with every everyfacility everyfacilIty
facility for thorough and comprehensive comprehensiveteaching comprehensiveteaching
teaching and embodying the latest and andmost andmost
most progressive educational ideas ideasA ideasA
One ne of the most extensive dairymen dairymenin
in flic District of Columbia is Mr E EEndrcs EEndres
Endrcs who resides in a handsome handsomerural handsomerural
rural home within sight of the village villageof villageof
of Tenleytown Mr Endrcs like all
trance is given a careful physical ex examination examination ¬
amination and a special set of exer exercises exerCi ¬
cises Ci cs is recommended for him The TheSchool
School is equipped with a gymnasium gymnasiumand
and a complete athletic field with ten tennis teltnis ¬
nis and handkill courts a foot ball and andbase andbase
base ball field and a standard quarter quartermile quartermile
mile track Immediately adjacent to the theRecitation theRecitation
Recitation Hall are the private Golf GolfLinks GolfLinks
Links of the School a fine ninehole nineholecourse nineholecourse
course Thus there is every opportunity opportunityfor opportunityfor
for that active exercise which not only onlyprovides onlyprovides
provides for the boys enjoyment but biUdevelops butdeelopshis
develops deelopshis his vigor and health healthThe healthThe
The Washington School has no fixed fixedcurriculum fixedcnrricnlum
curriculum no grades no forms formseach formseach
each boy follows that course of study studybest studyhest
best adapted to his individual needs needsHe needsHe
He can pursue the standard subjects subjectsor
or if his parents prefer can study studyothers studyothers
others not required for admission to tocollege toCollege
college such as civics geology or orcolonial orcolonal
colonial history If at entrance a boy boyis boyi
is i backward in one study he will not notbe notbe
be retarded in others nor will ill he later laterin laterin
in his course be compelled to review reviewthe review reviewthe
the work of an entire year merely be because becau ¬
cause cau e he has failed ll led to pass in one onesubject oneFubject
subject On the other hand if he has hasspecial hasspecial
special talents his work may be mapped mappedout mappedout
out so as to secure their fullest develop development development ¬
ment In a word the course is fitted
the leading citizens of the section ection u is a amcmlcr amember
member of the association and isaiways isaiwaysinterested is always alwaysIIIterested
interested in any movement having for forits forits
its object local improvement As a adairyman adairyman
dairyman he is deservedly popular popularEvery popular popularEvery
Every year he pays 1 > I3YS a visit to the most mostprosperous mostprosperous
prosperous dairy sections of the theShenandoah theSheulI1doah
Shenandoah Valley where he make makepurchases makes makespUlchases
purchases of a number of the finest finestcattle finestcattle
cattle money can procure These ani animals animals ¬
mals take the places of those at home homethat homethat
that lie thinks should be disposed of ofIn ofIn
In this way Mr Enders supplies his hisnumerous hisnumerous
numerous customers in the city with withthe withthe
the best and purest milk A visit to tohis tohis
his place will reward any anyone one who feels feelsan eels eelsan
an interest in viewing a wellkept dairy dairyestablishment dairyestal
establishment estal > lishment It is a model of neat neatness neatness ¬
ness and good order orderJOHN orderJOHN
It has been nearly thirty years since sinceMr sinceIr
Mr Ir John 01111 E Morrow began business as asa asa
a blacksmith and Wheelwright in the theDistrict theDistrict
District The shophe shop he opened was a asmall asmall
small one but it returned ret rned Mr Morrow Morrowa
a reasonably fair measure of compensa compensation compensation ¬
tion for his labor and he was satisfied satisfiedIn satisfiedJ
In J n the course of a short time however
in II the boy not the boy to the coune couneThe courleThe
The teaching force of the School con consists coni ¬
sists i ts of nine thoroughly competent competentteachers COl11p tent tenttlache
teachers tlache drawn from the best colleges collegesof
of the couiwry The Head Master a aHarvard aThrvard
Harvard graduate ha hili taught at Har Harvard ¬ I
vard ard and also in public pub He and private privateschools privatlllOls
schools and has studied the educational educationalproblems educationalprnblclIIs r
problems presented both by flic schools schoolsnflhis chooliif
nflhis < if this country and by those of Europe EuropeThe EuropoThe
The broad school policy which he is isthus is111l1
thus 111l1 able to lay layout out combines the result resulttif resultuf
tif practical experience with that of the thehighest the11Ilhct
highest 11Ilhct educational thought thoughtIho thoughtJhcother
Iho Jhcother cither member of the School SchoolVacuity Scho011Llculty
Vacuity uc aUo experienced teachers teachersand tenli tenliatd
and each is IS a specialist in his particular particularline particular1I11C
line of work The 1 he fact fa t that thatth these se men menliave
liave been be n trained in several different differentcollege differentcfJlk
college cfJlk e and an have had practical experi experience experience ¬
ence in various institution adds to the
broad and cosmopolitan character of ofthe
the school schoolIn choo1 choo1In
In the Washington School the boys
the little establishment began to attract attractattention attractattention
attention throughout the neighborhood neighborhoodPeople neighborhoodPeople
People learned that Mr Morrow MorrowturIed MorrowturIedout turned turnedout
out only firstclass work wor and patrons patronsflocked patronstocked I
flocked to him by the score As the theyears
years have luw sped by b the number has hassteadily hassteadily
steadily increased and has often ex exceeded ¬
ceeded the th capacity of the th establish establishment ¬
ment which ofcourie of coure has kept I < ept pace pacewith pace pacewith
with the march of improvement In Inaddition Inaddition
addition to the high regard reFanl entertained entertainedfor
for him on account of 0 hi 111s scrupulous scrupulousmethods scrupulousmethods
methods in his business relations with withthe withthe
the people he i is known as one of the themost
most enterprising enterpri ing citizens in the section sectionin sectionin
in which he lives As a member of the theCitizens theCitizens
Citizens Northwest Suburban Associa Association Associllhun ¬
hun lie has earnestly advocated and andpractically andpractically
practically aided to the extent of his hisability hilability
ability every plan proposed for the ad advancement advnncement ¬
vancement of that enchanting quarter quarterof <
of the District His place of business businessas
as every one knows is on the Broad BroadBranch BrolldBranch
Branch road
Few men have labored more zeal zealously zealously ¬
ously in a good cause than Dr John JohnV JOhnW
W V Chappell who 110 has been the secre secretary secretary ¬
tary of the Citizens Northwest Sub Suburban Suburban ¬
urban Association from the hour of its itsformation itsformaticfn
formation and to him the organization organizationis
is largely indebted for the success it ithas ithns
has achieved Dr Chappell is a well wellknown wellknown
known member of the medical frater fraternity fra1ernity ¬
nity of the District and an extensive extensivemacticc I IIrattice
macticc attests his popularity in the theTenleytown theTenleyton
Tenleytown section He was graduated graduatedin
in 1881 from the Columbian Medical MedicalCollege MedicalCollege
College of this city and shortly after afterward afterward ¬
ward entered the he field of practical ex experience experielce ¬
perience in file pursuit of his profession professionfie
fie is one of the oldest mmebers of the theCitizens theCitizens
Citizens Northwest Association ASociationand ASociationandhas and andhas
has been a faithful faithrulworker worker > f6r f r the ad advancement advancement ¬
vancement of the interests of the sec secA secrion
A rion nun WIHCH Vhich jl > l u It fi represents represents TT ric He i is is ui at i inun PT PTcnf pres present
cnf chairhfan of the Committee ion n Pub Public ¬ I
lic Health of the Medical Society of this thiscity thiscity
city and vicepresident of the Medical MedicalAssociation ledicalAssociation
Association of the District of If Columbia ColumbiaA
A Prominent PromlnontOlorlcnl Clerical Gontlemnn GontlemnnIt
It is not often that an organization organizationformed organlzatienformed
formed for business purposes purposes has oh ohits O 1 1its
its list of members the names of so solarge solarge
large a number of ministers of the Gos Gospel Gospel ¬
pel as arc taking an active part in the theaffairs theaffairs
affairs of the northwest association associationProminent associationProminent
Prominent among the clerical gentle gentlemen gentlemen ¬
men who arc lending their influence to tothe tothe
the promotion of suburban growth is isthe isthe
the Rev T MacBride Sterrett Assistant Assistantpastor Assistantpastor
pastor of 0 Epiphany Episcopal Chunrch Chunrchand CI1l1nrchand
and professor of philosophy in Colum Columbia Columbia ¬
bia University Universit Dr Sterrett is the theowner theowner
owner of a a handsome home on the thePierce thePierce
Pierce Mill road It is known as asSpringland asSpringland
Springland and is a place of exceed exceeding exceeding ¬
ing beauty from any point of view Dr DrSterrett DrSterrett
Sterrett is fifth vicepresident of the theCitizens theCitizens
Citizens Northwest N orthwest Association As ociationj and andnotwithstanding andnotwith
notwithstanding notwith > landing his numerous pastoral pastoraland pastoraland
and professional duties finds time to toattend toattend
attend its meetings and otherwise aid aidit aidit
it in the prosecution of its plans for the theImprovement theimprovement
Improvement of the territory within its itslarge ts tslarge
large jurisdiction jurl dhtioll He is the owner of ofconsiderable ofconsiderable
considerable property in the northwest northwestdistrict northwestdistrict
district and is evidently a firm believer believerin
in the wisdom isdonhof of the Solomonic admo admonition admonition ¬
nition which advisds us that in multi nuiltitutl6 multitlll1
tutl6 tlll1 of f counsellors there is safety safety1His safetyIlb
His genial manner toward all with withwhom withwhom
whom he is thrown in contact regard regardle regardles
le les g of tlieir station st HO11 in 1 life Iras endeared endearedhim endearedhll11
him to the people Jn n a very ver practical practicalwiry practicalw
wiry w if he exempljfiesTne x nrphfic e proverb that a amerry amerry
merry hear docth good like a medi mediA medicine
cine cineA
Among the numerous architectural architecturalattractions IIrchilcctu al allttractions
attractions of the northwest section of ofthe ofthe
the District none is more admired by byvisitors hyvisitors
visitors than the National Cathedral CathedralSchool CathedralSchool
School for Girls which stands at the thecorner thecorner
corner of Tenleytown and Woodley Woodleyroads Woodleyroads
roads on the summit of Mount St StAlban StAlban
Alban This handsome structure the thegift thegift
gift of Mrs Phoebe Hearst was erected erectedat
at a cost of 200000 The material used usedin usedin
in its construction is Indiana limestone limestoneand limestoneand
and the style is that of the Italian ItalianRenaissance ItalianRenaissance
Renaissance Provision has been made madetor malIcor
tor or the accommodation of oiic hundred hundredboarding hundredboardlng
boarding pupils and the same number numberof numberof
of day pupils The building is fire fireproof fireproof ¬
proof throughout and is provided with withevery withevery
every modern convenience The fan fanblast fanblast
blast system is employed in heating heatingand heatingand
and ventilating the cathedral school and
the sanitary arrangements are as nearly nearlyperfect nearlyperfect
perfect as they can be beTlie beThe
The institution was opened on Oc October October ¬
tober i 1900 under the direction of ofMiss ofMiss
Miss Lois Adelaide Bangs and Miss MissMary Missrary
Mary rary Bartlett Whiton AB ladies al already all allre ¬
ready re y distinguished in the field of cdu cduof educational
cational work among girls The course courseof
of study st11l1 embraces English Latin LatinGreek LatinGreek
Greek French German History and andGeography nnd nndGeography
Geography Mathematics Science and andSacred andSacred
Sacred Studies The supreme import importance importanCe ¬
ance of 0 English for Englishspeaking Englishspeakingpeople Englishspeakingpeople
people is a feature of the work of this thisinstitution t11isIIIstltution
institution which is impressed upon the theminds theminds
minds of pupils Every lesson it is isexplained ioexplained
explained by the principals is made a apart apart
part of the pupils training in English Englishand Englishand
and her h r standing in any subject depends dependsIjsh dependsin
in pJrt On hercle r and c6rrect Eng
Ijsh in recitation The primary de department department ¬
partment of the school admirably admirablyadapted adnl1rablyadapted
adapted to the requirements of little littlefolks littlefolks
folks receives the same care and alien aliention attention
tion that are given to the advanced advancedgrades dvancedgradcs
grades gradesMany
Many distinguished names appear in inthe Inthe
the list of gentlemen who 110 compose the theBoard theBoard
Board of Directors Among them is isthat isthat
that of the Right Rev Henry W Sat Sattcrlee Satterlee
tcrlee who is president of the body
The Hon George F Edmunds former formerly formerly ¬
ly United States Senator from Vcr Vermont Vcrment ¬
mont General John M Wilson LLD LLDof LLDof
of the United States Army and Ad Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Dewey arc also members of the theboard theboard
board boardA boardA
i iAmong
Among the young yo n men of the city Jiityvho cityWho
Who have won distinction at the Dis District Drstrict ¬
trict bar none is held in higher esteem esteemby esteemby
by his legal associates than Attorney
A E Shoemaker whose offices are in inthe inthe
the Columbian Building on Fifth Fifthstreet Fifthstreet
street Mr Shoemaker made his ap appearance appearancc ¬
pearance at the bar in 1893 and at once onceentered onceentered
entered upon the practice of his pro profession profes ¬
fession fes lon Coming to Washington at an anearly anearly
early age from Montgomery county countywhere countywhere
where he was born he passed through throughthe throughthe
the various branches of the public publicschools publicschools
schools of the city graduating from fromthe fromthe
the high school some time prior to I
ISBa 38 in which year he won his first firstdiploma firstdiploma
diploma as a graduate of the university un ersity
department of Georgetown College CollegeHe CollegeHe
He is the attorney of the AntiSaloon AntiSaloonLeague AntiSaloonLegue
League and for some time has been an anactive anactive
active worker in the Order of Good GoodTemplars Good1cmplars
Templars and has twice filled the chair chairof chairof
of Grand Chief Templar of the District Districtof Districtof
of Columbia C tumbia He is now the sitting
Past Grand Chief Templar and in ad addition addition ¬
dition to filling that office holds a com commission commissioll ¬
mission as a deputy of the Right RightWorthy j
Worthy Grand Lodge of the World WorldHe WorldHe
He is a member of the Citizens North Northwest Northwest ¬
west Suburban Association and has hasdone h s sdone
done much to promote the interests it itrepresents itrep
represents representsADDRESS rep csents csentsADDRESS
Dollyared bf b President Louis P Shoemaker of oftha oftha
tha Brlghtwood Citizens Association In In Introducing Introducing ¬
troducing President H B F Maofar Maofarland Maofarland
land of the Board of Commissioners CommissionersMr
Mr President of the Board of Com Commissioners Commissioners ¬
missioners missionersThe missionersThe
The Brightwood Citizens Association Associationwelcomes Associationwelcomes
welcomes you this evening as a guest guestnot guest1I0t
not only because becausetof tof Of our appreciation appreciationof
of the public service sen ice already rendered renderedby rendeledby
by you but because we feel that you youarc youare
arc interested in the general welfare welfareof welfareof
of the people and desire to be b brought broughtpersonally broughtJJersonally
personally in contact with them and
their necessities necessitiesWe nece sities sitiesWc
We further feel that your presence presenceindicates presenceindicntes
indicates your vour approval of our organi organization organization ¬
zation and and the efforts we arc making makingto
to assist you ou and your associates in the thearduous thearduolls
arduous duties our Commissioners are arecalled arotalled
called upon to perform performYouV performYoul
YouV presence is also an oncourago oncouragoment cncouragement
ment of the policy which has been for forsome 101some
some time in force by this association associationto
I to bring our members and the purposes purposesof purpo < ses sesof
of our organization in touch with prom prominent prominent ¬
inent officials oll cials and citizens of the Dis DisI
I trict so that they may understand not notonly notI
only the local needs and necessities in inbehalf inbehalf
I behalf of our territory but the general generalpublic generalpublic
public improvements we have advanced advancedand
1 and shall continue to advance in behalf behalfof behalfthe
of the entire District believing as we wedo wedo
do ihat any appropriation of money to tobe
be expended in the District and every everypublic everyIJublic
public improvement established al although aIthough
though general in character becomes to toa toa
a very ery grcit extent a local benefit benefitIt
It has been and I hope it will continue continueto
to be the effort of this association to tobroaden tobroaden
broaden its influence and to not only onlysupport onlysupport
support but inaugurate measures of a ageneral ageneral
general character involving the welfare welfareof
of the entire District This policy is isillustrated isiIIustratcd
I illustrated by the < numerous resolutions resolutionswhich resoluVlOnswhich
which have been favorably favorabl considered consideredand
and adopted by this thi organization within withinthe withinthe
the last two years yearsWe ears earsWe
We have advocated the improvement improvementof
of Rock Creek Park which is located locatedin
in our section of the District and we wehave wehaC
have haC set forth in the most formidable formidableway formidableway i
way possible the importance import nce and actual actualnecessity actualnecessity
necessity which exists and has so long longexisted longexisted
existed for the extension of Thir Thirteenth Thirteenth ¬
teenth Fourteenth and Sixteenth Sixteenthstreets Sixteenthstreets
streets not alone in our interests interestsand inf rcsts rcstsand
and for the benefit of our section but butfor Imtfor
for the benefit of the old city of Wash Washington Washington ¬
ington so that the Capital of the Nation Nationcan Nationcan
can go on in its ordinary development developmentk
k has for many years ears been circum circumscribed drcumscribed ¬
scribed by reason of inadequate street streetfacilities streetfacilities
facilities to secure the ordinatc im improvement imIHOement ¬
provement of approximate territory territoryWe territoryWe
We have also given our support to toefforts toefforts
efforts which have been made by others othersand othersand
and we have gone far enough to advo advocate advocIIe ¬
cate the dredging of the eastern branch branchand branchand
and the reclamation of land adjacent adjacentthereto adjacentthereto
thereto as a sanitary necessity j the
importance of the construction of the theMemorial theIemorial
Memorial Iemorial Bridge or suitable bridges bridgesover brl ges gesover
over the th Potomac River and Rock RockCreek RcckCreek
Creek the th construction of a municipal municipalbuilding municipalbuilding
building and the establishment of ade adequate adequate ¬
quate sewer facilities eait Iat as s well as west westof westof
of Rock Creek which tire are absolutely absolutelynecessary absolntelynecessarr
necessary to enable enabl our people to build buildand bttildand
and reside in those sections and ob observe obsenc ¬
serve sanitary rules in the new Wash Washington WashinHton ¬
ington and beyond the old city limits limitsWe
We cannot refrain Mr President Presidentfrom Presidentfrom
from expressing expre sing to you our high appre appreciation apredation ¬
ciation of the efforts you have person personally JJ son sonally ¬
ally made to secure from Congress the theamount thea
amount a mo1It necessary to gratify some of ofthe ofthe
the actual needs of this community and andas andas
as these efforts have been crowned with withsignal withsignal
signal success although perhaps not notequal noteql1a1
equal to your expectations and desires desireswe desireswe
we tender to you 011 our sincere < thank thankYou thanksYou
You will not feel Mr President that thatyou thatyou
you have been imited here to enable us usto usto
to eulogize you I have too much re respect respect ¬
spect for the dignity of your office and andmy andmy
my admiration of your virility is too toogreat toogreat
great to 0 justify me making such an aneffort I1nI
effort I ffor t I am privileged pr li1eged however and andr
r r will iII not be considered an act of su supererogation supererogation ¬
pererogation on my part to allude to tofacts
facts factsYou factsYou
You have had the ability strength of ofcharacter ofchracter
character and courage of your coric corictions cor ic ictions
tions with reference to our affairs ena ¬
bling you to go H before the Committees Committeesof
of Congress and otherwise to nuke
known to the public p lblie the actual needs needsi needsOf
of this community thus securing to a ar agreat
r great extent relief for the taxpayers
If YOl1 you can accomplish this in so short shorta
a time you Oll can imagine what we expect
from you Oll during future years of efficient efficientservice efficientservice
Prof Court F Wood the popular popularprincipal
principal qf Woods Commercial Col College College ¬
lege who is a member of Nnval Lodge LodgeNo LOGgeNo
No 4 and of Washington Chapter No
6 was made a knight templar in De DeMolay DeMolav
Molay Mounted Cpmniandory on onMarch 0 0lIIard1
March 28 8 and expects to attend the theannual t1eannual
annual conclave with thc other sir sirknights sirknights
knights this summer
e 600 600BREAT
Black and Blue Cheviot Suits 450 450All 450All
All Kinds of Mixed Casslmer Suits 500 500Black 500Blacl
Black < and Blue Worsted Suits 600 600Large 6UOLarge
Large Assortment of Light Color Spring Suits original price 10 1000 1000closing oo ooclosing
closing out at S50O S50OWe 600 600We
We also have a Inrgs Inrg assortmsnt of Boys Suits from 99c up upAlao upAlao
Alao a large assortment of Alens Furnishings to b ba closed out ni a a asacrifice asacrlflcc
sacrifice live us a call before purchasing elsewhere us we can save you youSOc you50c
SOc on the dollar dollarJULIUS dollarJULIUS
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Are yo YOI1 a an Accomplished Penman PenmanGnu Penmanaan
Gnu you mite a good Business Letter LetterCan LetterCan
Can you make out un Invoice InvoiceCan Y E 5
Can you make out a Statement StatementCan StatomentCnn
Can you make out an Account Sales SulesCnn V 8 8Cnnyoudrnwup
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Can Cnnyoudrnwup you draw up Checks kf 1 <
Can you draw mw up Promlseorv Notes NotesCan 0
Can you make out Bills ol o Lading ffWxiSaXiXDSffiGXSaXiXSSS ffWxiSaXiXDSffiGXSaXiXSSSIf a C tOOXOOJooxooJ GXOOX xjXW 0
Are you an expert Bookkeeper BookkeeperDo Bookkeopor7Do
Do you you1Jllderstan understand DoubleEntry thoroughly t orou llly If you cannot answer these questions satisfactorily satisfactorilyyou 8
Can you 011 keep n Cosh Account AccountCan you will find It to your advantage to attend 8
B Can you mako Partnership Settlements SettlementsDo 7
Do you know how to transact business with withBanks 0
Banks BanksDo kS 19 rJljJ 0 I1J
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Do you understand II C8tU d Commission and andBrokerage OOt t OZZSgS9
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OR I iZ 7 I SIXTEENTH StXTEENTH YEAR PHONE 1738 1738Patronage 1738I j
Patronage hist 11l t year 614 Fullcourso pupils pn 11115 continue until untilliqlpnt J1I J1It
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I Do you understand Foreign nnd Domestic Exchanges Eo11tl1l > l lDo < tqrttp tQrlt call qallDo
Do you know Commercial Arithmetic Arllhl otlo V < v vArc ji COURT F WOOD LLW1 President PresidentI
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Do you know tho short methods of Calculating Intcrolv j r rDo 5X00X iXIXX re < ooooxXDooxiX XXIXL
I Do you ou understand un orslnll Percentage 7 7Do i iDo i
Do you understand Trndo Discounts DiscountsDo UI otlllnt8 I IDo
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