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Suffrage Leader. Returning,
Says She Will Be Host to
the Fugitive Militant.
?ADMIT HER? CERTAINLY!'
Dtherwise America Would Be
the World's Laughing Stock,
Thinks Noted Worker for
Cause"-Plans Campaign.
? arlll ba my
Kea fork 1 I
?:. P. Belmont aald
? I ? r ;. rrivf.! from I .board
Mrs
to thla
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? i w h j.
ell and
?
r the
hours
tour months
? e had ta! ?
?
I
: have taken li
- ?
take untll
?
feer that
: ut off that
Mra Bell
Mra
here to advocate
mkhurat I
ire necea
i they ar*> not nec***sary
ar, 1 wll! not be emyloyed
? vrlU he one of enco
Bhe wlll
hut not iu*
'?Greatest Woman in World."
. thankful that
-he la
rld to-day.
?
? ment
. Put it
re women
tbe Quee
put to the Bngllah -
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..: ari: a aid tn
- tanti
I
tanti won t
?
They
ilth "
aiicd.
Pankbural wltb
? !. "The Chaml
neth
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itry m E
ia
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i
D.dn't See Miss MilhoHand.
?
ind
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l hat 1
? \4ith
and
'
Pankbural
?
Belmont
er co intry
mericai
?
r buay.
room at 1
MRS. SHEPARDGIVES PARTY
Joys of Japan for Her Sewing
Class Pupils.
I Jaii
rlrl-.
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?Hud
htra Edwln
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...
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. . ...i.t. which was )??
f a la
. \y and a
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TO HONOR WIRELESS HERO" S
Fountain to Phillips, of Titanic, and
Others Will Be Erected.
_ aaacnorlel te "J.v k" Phllllpa, tne
. ?
Who lo.st th*lr
of duty, a claaak
teJa ?"il ! ? d tha
;, . 0f tha w Bai ga I ffllee, The
....... ha ???
., ,,., t. Um afunldpal \.t i on*
??i r Btova r
iah the n al
Tt ? I ? - v\ ill Iie
raa the lountain a;e Ge4,r?e C.
i r ?? '
t, ef the Pera aferquette, and Lew*
nrt, Of th< Koi*ei:ians.
. ;i mt law iIbed tha followlng i
i.r.-i.d m afemery of Wlrokaa
rratora i^?i *-* s,it tt tha. Poet Ot
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V.RS. ??. I
SUFFRAGETTES SET FIRE
TO INHABITED HOUSE
Histonc Mansion in Kent, with
Priceless Pamtings. Barely
Saved from Flames.
Bept. A deepemta attempt
hy a BUffregette "ar^.?:, BCjM
.
'
?
w as niad?* ln th
t ma awa
I ,..' eood and clot:
srnoka?. found the fram?*?'ork of a nui
of windnvs ablaaa A arorklng part]
household ? i aa
ng tha Bamea wltb the eff5rt*r.t
tua oi ' a pren -?
Two wunien wai "? n| ?
th?* iawn ln front of the ind a
Wgt
d In the groundi
! ln
?
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pi obable tbat tha
to vtalaora, ma]
i
namo ts
imong thea tbal of $ir
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f tha ntury,
the polil
? man-don uoaaura
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n
ra gn.
"ANTl'S" BOY HELD BY FOE
Unclaimed Baby Left in Tent
at Suffrage Fair.
L'nlon bea a
hahy on :? infant. ?
?
moi
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. had not
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iway.
Tha
AIDS SMALL COLLEGES
H. N. Lockwood Will Contains
$200,000 Charity Bequests.
Wt i I B?P1 '"? s' '
? taMa laatttutiona wl l benefit by
ti.e wl I of H ' bwood, i I 1
? ? to-day. a
?
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re 1
Board of .'?'? i"'
t bool
ria ..t Madrtd, and th? American
key; tha
Homa aflaeionary Aaaeet
ation of Nea rork, J: .;* riurn
(K. v.i Clty Hoaplta I ?? tbo Mei
odlat N,'A v"rk'
? ..... tt.*- JVoman'a aid Preebyterten
r New vn.k Clty. ??'.'?" *
ai. College, Walla Walla, W
. o college Fargo, N. D., aad ranh
tr.n College, Vank"i:. N. D.. I
Other bequeeta Include BJ00 te tbe Aay*
i:;m for Deetltuta CblWrea e1 Auburn, n.
y fsjfff to tha Harlem Rran. h. v. at.
, ,.\ of N?r? vork. H.BM te the Young
Womani Chrlatlan aeeodatlon of New
Tork, and ttMt to tha PubUa Ubrary of
Port Plaln. N. T.
CLARK JN0T DECEIVED
Secretary Tells How Ex-Sena
tor Came to Have Paintings.
?r , aecrotary of *?x .Benator Winiaar* k
( , ? ? ma, denled yeaterday that
Mr clark bad almoat been duped
buylng foi ? totta~ el '
WOTth only Wam *- ?*;! ?_ ?" a/,,H"
__tch from ' ?
Palntlnga. fourteen la aamber. wero eup
' ,.d ,., ba banitng oa tbe walla of the
; ?????.? et the preeenl time.
,..^. ? , lerb la ... Europa la rx
,. ? ? "f *? ****** ,n
hoiKH-. it -s aaM taa< ?**??*??
.ubmlt eome pa-tlnBa far Mr i la* 8 n
,lnn xff..r vlewlns them he ?"
"'" . . ..." they wen- net anltaMa
f4.rined I'hurhur th< > ?ei
tuTnm collaeUon H< t...-re,.,M... had
I,- rena.K,.., ' Z-^r^UT
l puXrutoam ewaltlng ortom from l hur
Du, fo.- thelr aadprment
Wh,naski'.nfih.li.....nn,.^..' J?'.m
theoart* houae the aeeretary naaartei ha
. ?, ,? ? r.oMti.m 1" I
IN QUAKER CITY ASYLUM
roatiaaed tttm kni par**"
.... her father ? bnkerv a< a
I . . ._ ;. red t"-.'
.... . a wealtl
gh. ' rotton, th,
.... -ra irlea < 'ei
? nm where
, . . hea oth.
Sotrt
. m i- Roxl .?? Di iplte thf
Mi*
?.?],.,: ? ! r.om achool an.i it *? Ifl
Ier Centei and a
? ? town in
part of Nea v
So laBlljr
could I- raaen at theli
Mr and Mr* K>mins;
Ity.
itetana In *i ""'
t that i
naw. " ? ' '
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there thli n? rec
PROBE WARFIELD DEATH
Official Works on Thcory Other
than Accident or Suicide.
?
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... . a myatei
??
niothT of
m. aad htrn Hai ' ? phlne
VTarfleld'a daughter, aud
lefi thf Warfl. - I ?*?**
?
Mr VTeanl waa unnh> to ohtv.r atate
? Bm I'r '
Mayoi of BykeevlUe. a a eei-tbl
.-? Btlern, or
? . ri, - ' I Ml r. w ho nrln
an rorr.n.-r nnd "f;.. !? a relattve "f th"
woman.
:nef.re of Hl ''.rv laekaOfl
wl ? pe nta to
H, ,-id. ntal a- am or bui
||i '.' ? ? ? ? r 'ne "n ani.th.*
? . ?
Of * hirh have n^t
hava
D found
TRIBUTE TO J. E. SULLIVAN
Monster Reception Planned for
Olympic Commissioner.
Arrangementfl w.
,*ay . ntal to Jamea E I
ner
?a ? all
i and
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..... .... tom
for M ? ?
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?
?
it of then
I he the rn.-mhr.ri of
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I
- and
_
FOOD NOT HIGH. SAYS WILEY
Days Labor Buys More Wheat
than 50 Years Ago.
At th. "??? g oi
??
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-
ti ar W.
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?? due
? ? A
????:????
to !<?. far to eaa Un
?I of food.
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? ? pur
. ..
.: danl 'han ei er be*
? nt fOOd lt v.. |
? Uy lem 1
the ct
.
? ror a da r a man oai
.. , ,- twenty-1
? '.ron the
Ib
a. _ a. L. ,. 1 .. . . , . r . I I,,. ?? f t ?. r
vtri' tion fr?r I !i'"n ,v h" "'
0f -vork, haa etaht I
if
fart
Wi,re pronerlj rtlatrtbutt-d
aleoh. ? '"' "r "'
_ _
MISSIONARYS KIN HIS HEIRS
The Rev. H. R. Batea Left Most to
Relatives, as Rich Wife Wished.
-],.. ?,n .,r the H'-v. ii. rbari Reewell
,.,... .... paal ?: ???' tba a*hning
? rlan Church, wbo died on
. r ....... l-.-i. wll.-- bfl V-.HM
dolng n*Ja*eh?nalT *"ork. was flled ln the
s iiroe-atea ? ' eaterdi Hi ?? fl ,-.n
.. .i b1 about Ji" ?
II,. i..ft to Ella A. Hulrni-- an BUflt, of
Buffalo, to-.1""". i'"'1 '" ?*** ";'-','r". htra.
Mar* Bat-** L^ttMadae, i'i~" "f l(l'"falo. **%,.
IPj Iir ? ?.,.. . loft th.- reeldue of hla
.. t" bla ertdOW, Mm Kdlth rhar
lotte Talootl Balea, arho l*- a duuRhter of
Jatnea af. 'I'nb "tt
It vt.n* ajmtro*to*i that Ifra BBBtee hid
flj-jiaoeeil a "i?h that bar h.i.iband lo.i\e
thf larger part of hla e.ttnte to relatlv.*..
.lS |. hi wealthy l*er a.-verai
, Dl l'.at,> titned hark hla n.ilary
", bla i hurrh.
BROOKLYN MAN KILLED BY AUTO
Alli-nt'.wn. I'enn . 8**pt. 1" ?? P. ' **?
Bally, "f Draehlyn. ??.ai kiik-d to-day
arben bm araa pttehed bt atmnm from a
?j-taseding ..'itoiii-.t'i!.. at Weni.eravll e T?.,
Ier, -f Wtnk*
bavea. \***B IflaflU**-. and i: <; iieinea.
of I'hlladHphia. were Blae thro**n m.t,
i,wt enare aauy aiiKhtly injured. The ac
ildent 44a?. rauaed by the tonncau be.om
hag detai hed.
MISS FLORENCE GUERNSEY.
President of the City Federation ol Women's Gubs.
JUST1FIES BIG DRESS BILLS
IF CIVIC WORK BE DONE
Miss Guernsey Says Even
$75,000 Yearly Is None
Too Much if in Pro
portion to Good.
If th- -vom?n wl. I
Chicago i". ?
RBtte-:,- ???',?
? aa epend l
g good, 1
?
FederatJofi of W mei
? and
amount. I don'i
.?? ? ? ? add.
Tho a
for 1
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houra
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... ? ? rio that t thOJ d'i.1 t
rt? and -oclal- ln the
? - liti*'.- thp'.r tho i
gowna arlapa though they
.. Mra to grow ao baavy that
>,e with the burden of
ng tham "
-r of averaga expendlturea ?f
ap ? WOnMO rr
aromei
ted 1 ipend from PN ' ?
..... thea nat th*
I taderi
... ? (of ttme and
n ? ? ?
mui h womei th",r
... ? '
i needa mora
who llvaa a. mora
fi
??Hut '?' k about the cost of
women'i i lotbea *">?*m- allly lo ma
1.1 ltke
?tha kowii
doean t make ti i i
AMERICAN WOMEN HAVE NEW
1DEAS FOR ENTERTAINING
Engtish Magazine UrgCB Brit?
ish Womrn to Wake Lp
and Profit by
Them.
Il4T* '
torlal ln an
Engtteh mag
....
reeful thaa I
acknowledi
they eonl
arlll be I ?? "'"
? American womi
,.,..,? t . ge t n doing 1 rt whal
.,,.,. ...it tui
aome way ef a - ? ? lunch
- dlnnera or dai ? ?
[fereht from tl
.t nll tba Ideaa rom
from Amei 1 I t we bave adoi
? -aaa - m thla alda " *?
? ? ? a...;!<i ir.iik.- *??? more goneral
only wa would brlng tha m
?.II
al kin be) "? '
th?* n-a.
" 'Freak' partlea nm not aulted to Bi l
li-h taate, nor la it evea aii Aa ?
wt... would ventura te aatertaln ln thle
f.mhion However, the p..int la that
American hoetea ae, whel n-r.- ot
- ? ; ? ?- ?
... ? - In
Inlng
ad lhe
ra ai
? BOt to he
* v. h.> de . ng to
? ?
? ?
i. .: It la
remote vlll
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pretexU B I U en tbi
... i wblch,
g to 1 :
? ? ?
? At our m aalde reaorta a1 tha pn
?
aldera
than they do If tha would oni] Join
.a> a iittie originaltt) m
In America
ad at
: it ls found thal tl i
, ,,,,.-?, ? ..... ent Ot Ki.-Mt.s ari
Maybe, that
, ? : ot anawer wltb ua
t ? ... ..,,..? ..t i< an idea, an.i may t.
?.? of th.. oontlnual
?t- whi.h tha women of thi- New
WorM .io put forward to keep th.- t.au ot
amuaemen! on tha mova aad to Bnd am*
ployment for tl whlla *.- -tanu
etin _n.i grumbla "
Clam Chowder
11 :?> bbM that tha cbef to tho Crown
I'.mre of Oermany found only one Amer
in.n reeipathat be eoaaaddered *reod aneugh
te liaiiaporl to Oernaany te add to his
royal bill of fari*. and that -a aa NOW *f*B*>
land rlam rhoud.'i
H.lt there are other rlam rhowderi.
a< me. nn pof.'ilir :? - th,- N.w England
kind. Ona "rery geod *n la made with a
ouart of tornato.-s. a plut of . latn*. tvao
laraT'- potatO*** CUt Inta dlO*. a fOW amail
bi.tton on'. raa h nn. h each of thym*. and
,.' iweel maijoram and n da-h of flalt
BBi papper Peel the little onlona and
t.iMH them ln butter over a hot flre nntll
brown I'ut the tomatoe.- ov.-r to holl. add
the oniona and the BOtBtOi B, alaa the herb*
;i!J,l tha "th.*r aeeBWntnga I'repare the
. larna In the usual way. and when the po
tateea and onlons are rjulte t-nder stlr In
UM daaaa and the rlam bcoth, lf Ihere is
,-u.v Ceek 11 for a few mlnutee and aerv,.
very hot. More seaMinlnB may be added
lf desired.
New r-fltiKland rhowdor Ifl almhtly dir
fe'rent The t*t*m na reelpa la riven hy
an old family llvlng on the New Km-laid
****** i-ut thrre atteea of pee* Into a
deep iron kettle. After It haa I.BBfl
well tried out remove the pork and put
Into the fat remalnlng a larg* onlon and
about five medlum-alaed poUtn-a out Into
verv thln Btteeg. H.-aaon Ub-rally w|/h
per Per and aal. **** just enough waf-r
?v,.r all to ***/*?. While the mlxture ln
.....king prepare a nuart of Auma. chop
them a Uttle and add them to the . h-w
ri.r took juat a few mlnutea longer and
add a nuart of m.lk l.-t H -ome again
,o the boillng Point. but do not let lt bull
or it ajrtll cir.lle. rut Into a soup tureen
i*ix light iv mototaned erackere. Pour tho
chowder over them. Ad.i a plece >.f but*
i.t tha ataa of .. very aaaaU '-w and aerva
ln madlately wblla atlll rery hot
Daily Bill of Fare.
FRIDAY.
BREAKFAST. Oetmeal, egg- ea <*o
COtta with tomate BavOO, corn pan.'aki's.
coffea
LUNCHEON. ? Cheeaa sonffl'*, lettuca
Bandwtchee, frult aalad, cooklea, lea.
DINNER <>nlon s.mp. plaaked hallbut
nt??a.k. maabed potatoaa. npitth. eueuaB"
ber .-alail, "fii*-.*ti of puddlnga," 00000.
TO END MEAT SHORTAGE
Packers Opposed to Ne'dless
Slaughter of Calves.
ChleegOb Bept x~. -Ofleera of th* Atr.*r
I'.an Meat Paekera*' naaofilatluii declared
lO-day that the organization at Its annual
coovamttea to ba held hcr* n.-xt we***
will go on record against th.* BBMOOaO*
aary daughter of heifor oalvea an a atep
ln a campalgn of e-ducatlon lnaugurated
1 . prevent a further ahortage ln the coun?
try ? meat aupply.
Another movc contemplated la the adop
tu.n of reaolntlona urging farmere to go
Into the bualneaa of ral?=lng hogs for the
market on a large *<ale, ae the prOOOal
high price of pork should make the bual?
neaa exceptlonally profltable.
The paekera, lt ia said, rt'altze that
aomethlng must !)*? done to Increase the
nu-at aupply. Legiaiatlon may be aougnt
to prevent the neadleas alaughti-r of live
BBOeh. wtn.h ta eurtalling the productlon
i.f future aupply
[PANKHURST PLANS MADE
Militant Leader, Sure of Fair
Play, Will Sail Oetober 11.
[Bj i
London, Bopt lflL?Mra. BaameUne
pankhurst. who ls atlll ln Paria, .says:
?'I shall '.oslUvely sail fur America "ii
Oetober 11. I ha.p already booked
pnaaaga by the Prench !in*T La Pro
arhlcfa fca;ls from Havre on thgt
date. I do not believe th.' Aaaeiican
Immlgration lea wUI detain me,
an.l .i-rtainlv OOl for long.
??I um not in the leaat afrald ?.f de*
portatlon and Wlll not resurt U> anv
aubterfuajea to galn edmlaatoa to the
country. I um aaillng under my OWH
nam?'. and I am convlnced 1 wlll re
.elve fair pli ". i bave much faltb ln
the oponmlndedneaa of th*- people of
America. i wlll rei irn t.> England and
take. up ni" arork agaln aa aoon aa I
have Bnlahed'm*] lecturea in Amerl
CLUBWOMEN IN SESSION
Preparing for Next Year's Con?
vention of Federation.
-Hy ?*?,., p ? TrO ??! - l
Buffalo, Bept 17 -The executlve board
,? | . p?deratloa ef ^oaaen'a Clube, rep
reaenting mora than a million women ln
the I'nlt'-.l M ' ' a. four-day ae?
?ion at the Cttftea Hotel, on tha Canadaea
ilde, te-day. Tha board'a -eindpal work
is the arrang rogramaae tnr the
Mennlal ronva ntfon te be beM ? Chicago
r.. \' .1 '
,\r to-l Of the board the
? .1 thn t
? - iy tha federation
a era n . I
FIND COHAN'S ARM BROKEN.
Hartford, Conn., S?-pt. 17.?QeOlge M.
I'uhan, tha actor ar.d pa-. wright. had 1 s
left ;.rni broken bi tha eutomoblla
denl on tha Borlln turnptke <>n Beptember
? : . Ba th" r<
? itiun of tr \rm
INSTRUCTION. INSTRUCTION.
\l.ll 4 Ol.li - -4| .iiili.ni ,n. NKU iliKIa ? Mmihiail ui.
FnAHK BROAKER, C. P. A., NO. I
To whom araa ateatdel Um Btat i. p .\. CartUkrota taaaed la the i nited l*tate*;?
I'ornier Htm 4 >.rU MH.e l.\.iiniinT of C. P. \ \i ri.i.nliinu;?V.itl.'ir "The Ameiimn
jlrreaalant'a Maaaal";?"Tbe Terhal?iae of \< ? auatk ?." et..
POST GRADUATE EXPERT ACCOUNTANCY
I'm 4*1 \! H\ I'lIK l'l ltl.lt BJlO I'ltlllll I'llll IIM. AM.
CERTIFIEO PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT EXAMINATIONS
ii r piiiiiK ii rrirnaT finrriNn. i i< ?evexingh ? ro m r. m.
i .hmIii. ie.i Peraaaall} b* Mr. Biw-fllBar.?< et iin.ai.. laaaal ui?>>
PREPARATORY COURSE ff^o^BSSaa
I iik t S nt \M I. I<? StlXT **t Ct KF.IUM. POST i.K \l?l lll. i I. \*?*i
L.EPHOXE OR WRITE POR J'.\ KTN'" . . B1 11 ..Ml.
MASON1C TEMPLF. BUILDING, 50 West Twenty-fourth St.. N. Y.
I_/^%_.K]??[__* ^w_/
FOR BOYS West 242d ST.
?_a . ... on the hDI aieeteah
Ina Van C orllan.lt I'ark. Oul
, ,V l??.,?? ??."? remala all day. inrlud
' ma Baturt.! New hullJIna
' ro' In.I.e.L.n. offl" hour* 10
v V T"- *?-"
? Klnir?r>r,.' ....
Indlvlrfual attenl
Thorouch prepai ? ' ' *"" "**
I iata* ii !? i - . l LVflL
28th YEAH
FOR GIRLS BM laathST.
' "? "??? _". _-.fl
18th YEAR
ioiii lumm
HOUSEHOLD ARTS
Iclag, 1
mnkln-. '
I '
... ' ??
? ??'?" sth YEAR
ELEMENTARY
\ 139th St. 148th St. 177th St.
Drtve* tl 4-3 " lea*" ^ u
HAMILTON
INSTITUTE
FOR BOYS, 599 We.t End Avenue.
? ? ? ?
FOR GIRLS. 601 Wett End Avenue.
Mn N .. - ? ? .-????
Preparation from Primary to College.
Urbarta kprnwcaJ hj ?. 1 *tate Omtemta.
Certlfkate ol School admils lo t'ollejt*.
i tt- inn. i|...i- \re Sam Bl i IH WHOOM
? MUN Mt- nt CO1XB01
Berkeley School
for Roys
ihihty pou-tm reaa
Thorough P-.fP.ri,lon for all Celle.ee
1 fb* ?
? nd TechnitJl Scnooie
Upno* ?eKM' opon* W?4l???*,y. ?*??? **?}
Lo*o* aehool opon* Woo-nood-y. Otl ?
,-.?-?. '??? ; M . " ?PP '?'*' n
72nd St. & Weit End A,e. Tel. Columbui 1415
The FINCH School __
For ? thit trai.n$
wett i bra . foi
d red ? :^r '? 'e
INTERMED1ATE. UPPER SCHOOL
AND POST GRADUATE
DEPARTMENTS.
Tecbnic il School Includi t
11j ., | Secrel i il -rs-'. -tc?
61 East 77th St, N. Y.
pjratory
Sohool wtlh s-rong Pri
LOllCQlalc v
^^w JJ Larea Oraaalia. VsU
C-i./>/\l f?r r<*e? "'. * *"*" 30th
^OnOOl BOVS J41-43 W TTthSt, le
Fottndedl43l y | An . NI" fawl
^ A. F W?rre?. He.dmnUr.
TRINITY SCHOOL
BOARDING IND DtY SCHOOL EB.
\|ii.r..4i*,l ln Ili4* ll.mrd of BagBBBa
Tho. ?? : I'rlnnir\ to ( ol
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HARLEM PRKPABATOB1 fCBOOt,
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IRVING SCHOOL
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v<. boma ntu.ii f.*r boya under it
Bapt. 23th 'I'l ? 04 4* .?'. -
DB. RAT SOW *_! HCHOOL -ORNIXUS.
The Brown School of Tutoring
l rr.lrrii- i.. liraii* n, H. **?? Haad Maater.
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Kounded 1000 Bowdlne and Dny School. Io?
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THE GARDNER SCHOOL,
$01 ii 11H v v.
|)av and |{i..ir.ll..K *i<'l.?iil f?r (iirla.
Hl. OI'IA*- OCT. -M.
Rfilh Venr. I{r?..l?r ?nd Hpapetel (our^r..
1B4. I??. IdB WWKf 75 IH NTKKKT
Tbe IVfisses Kayson's Boarding
and Day School for Girls
Fpcrln.1 faoill'i.-a tat 4>V4;ekly ieald_Bt pu
plla. KeoP'-ii" 0 M_
mCCMDIC :M Central Park
uClfirKC West,cor.84th St.
bnardln- and l^ay S. hooi f-r "Jlrle. I'ollege l'r*?
|iar-t.iry a:.A RpaclaJ l .i.^-.e Open*
FRIENDS SEMINARY
220-2.8 Kait 16th St.. NV\r York.
FRIENDS SCHOOL
lofl 1 lfl Schermerhorn St.. Erooklyn.
HCSINKMH H< IIOOI.S.
TOBY
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Snthd. Tvi.wrt*. likkpc l>nVui.. Ux.
I ?,,-. I I ? E-"> Term-. taiolog free.
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IAW SCHOOL fmMn
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Afteraoon Classes 1.15 to 6.15
Evenlng Classes 7.15 to 9.45
lerni lleKln. >e|il. ffl 1 \**r *.V?IMt.
Tuition r.: ?? Hundri I D. I
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nerf iina a . con_
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uni-ciJ.ii- $ m .?rrw.i nf
LaW SChOOl ? LL R. LL. M., J. D School
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Mli 1.IKK Mim Arbool. 174 Fulton Ba*"*",
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Ne* Vert Institute of Accountancy
lll .1 .'.ir.l -treel New 1 aflft
The Accountancy Institute of Brookfia
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PRATT INSTITUTE ^
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P R E P ni TIOM
?y of
ENGINEERiHG COURSES
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Mackenzie School. Dobbs Ferry, N. \.
Kl M aouia?IhiiihIIh. iTaa ibiaiafl iminta.
Chappaqua Mountain Institute
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1300 to in* ? e. :u
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Mli I N..I IMI.
LEADING PRIVATE SCHOOLS
of NEW ENGLAND
Directory of Nigh-Class Schoois for
BOYS and GIRLS
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Moses Brown School
?BrEM TO it4 pUROSS.
PROt IDFN4 K R ! _
FOR YOUNG BOYS R^iL^?2i.
M.ll JER8EI?I'ennlngtou.
The Pennington School for Boya
. Yary
rlnaa.-a. Near
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llI!*-iiN - ?..!?/'. I rnnington < nt >.*
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NEW JKICKV ? Morri-town.
RANDOLPHv;:.r-:^;;-rT'
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THI" HKItllT/ BPPOOl <)| I IM.I W.I-*.
?? 11122 B.
Harlem
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MJSICAL INSTRUCTION.
Ihe li.Mltutr ..f Mn.i.iil \rt ..f ti.e l lt) of \.
Y. I>unk Ihiiiiri... I. !' I of e: .
roliment * .\am. Bepl - .
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_ SCHOOL AGENCIE8.
Aineri.mi aml li'-elen lem lier**' Af-etara-.-.
Mippllea Profefaorfl, Teaehera. Tutora .'..>?.
- aaa Tam.
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Seeking a School
We have on fi!e dotail information
and cataloRues of the countrv's
leadin** schoois. which can be se?
cured absolutelv free by writing,
'phoninf* or Cillin**
Tribune Private School Bureau
320 Tribune Building. N. Y. City.
'Phone 3000 Beekman.

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