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INSTRUCTION. INSTRUCTION. INSTRUCTION. INSTRUCTION. INSTRUCTION. INSTRUCTIOJ*. LN8WCTION. CHOOL RATES AND AVERAGE EXPENSES A Practical Aid to the Choice of a University, College or School?A Comparative Exposition of a Number of High Class Private Institutions?Told in Eight Chapters. 81CCK8S OF ORAJ>CAT?!--CHArrr* EMMBT IN THIS I?IBS-WOI APPEAR SEPT? M BE* ?M. CHAPTER SEVEN rORDHAM UNIVERSITY F2S,Dv.?M rtffi LAW SCHOOL. The course of the School of .Law is three years for the degree of Bachelor of Laws, and a four year course for the degree of M?aster of Laws. The Case system is followed in this ?iooL Students may choose either the day or the evening course. The courses are parallel j of the same excellence. The Moot Court is so well conducted that distinguished Justices, ??eu of tne Appellate Division, have frequently presided. A special course on New Jersey Practice is given for the benefit of students from our neighboring State. Students of the Law School have had notable success at the State Bar Examinations. THOMAS J. McCLUSfcEY, S. ?J., President BROOKLYN C?LIXGL (The College of St. Francis Xavier) 1125 CARROLL STREET, BROOKLYN, N. Y. Rates and Average Expenses. A Day Jesuit College for Young Men. Instruction of the finest quality is given at a minimum expenditure. Registration, $5; TsJDon, per quarter, $25; Athletic Fee, $1; Library Fee, $1; Laboratory Fee for Chemistry and Physics, $10 each; Mechanxal Drawing Fee, $10. No incidental expense?. Sound scholarships founded upon the solid basis of Jesuit Methods. Far catalogue and registration blank address, REV. FATHER JOSEPH H. ROCKWELL, S. J., President Collrgr of ?eto Encolle "W 1 EXPENSES: Tuition, $150; board, $300; total, $450. Music. Instrumental or Vocal, $60 per year. Embroidery, $40 extra. Very few other expenses. COLLEGE OF NEW ROCHELLE, New Rochelle, N. Y. All Hallows Institute 13-15 West 124th Street NEW YORK CITY Christian Brothers of Ireland TUITION: High School. $100 per year Grammar Department. 80 per year Luncheon. 80 per year Instrumental Music (optional). 16 per year Laboratory Work in Science . 5 per year Athletics . 3 per year No other extra charges. Catalogue upon application. REV. BROTHER J. I. DOORLEY, Principal. The Raymond Riordon School On Chodfkee Lake, Highland? Ulster County, N. Y. Bear in mind that this School is Financially Sound, Academically Approved, Properly Equipped, and has an Accredited Faculty. Furthermore, the appointments of the place,?well-furnished rooms with running water in each room; a proper and high standard of diet; cleanliness everywhere,?all unite to make for the comforts of the body as well as for the training of the mind. CHARGES?Board, Lodging, Books, School Supplies, Laundry, Cobbling, Barbering, Tailoring, every item of clothing.$800 Board, Lodging, Books, School Supplies.$600 SEE THE SCHOOL FOR YOURSELF OR SEND FOR CATALOG. Parents may live at the School Inn if they wish. LEWIS AND WILLOUGHBY AVENUES, BROOKLYN HT HE annual tuition is $100 in all departments except the Commercial, in which the * tuition is $60. Gymnasium Fee $5. Laboratory Fee $10 per year. Extension Courses?30 hour courses, $10?60 hour courses, $15?90 hour courses, $20. Visitors Cordially Invited to Inspect the College Buildings. Write or Call for Prospectus College of St. Elizabeth CONVSTJsLATI0N Tuition, $150; Board (without room), $250; private rooms from $100 to $70, according to size and location. Laboratory Fee, $10; Piano and use of Instrument, $80. Vocal Music, $100. Other extras, very few. For particulars address, REV. MOTHER SUPERIOR. ST. ANN'S ACADEMY lor BOYS Lexington Avenue, 76th to 77th Street*, NEW YORK CITY. I S PRACTICALLY within the means of all. Am we wish to extend the unusual advantages offered by St. Ann's to all. the rates are: Regular boarders, $280; day boarders, $100 to $140; day students, $50 to $70, according to grade. The Gymnasium and Library fees? $ 10 and $2?are required of all. The Day Boarding Department is A NEW SYSTEM OF SCHOOL originated by St Ann's as being the best suited for the New York Boy. A DAY BOARDING SYSTEM whereby the boy may stay at the school from 8.30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Besides being provided with time to do his home lessons and with proper exer? cise and recreation, the boy is safeguarded from the many moral and physical dangers of the street. BOARDERS are also received because many parents do not care to have the boy sent too far away. BROTHER DACIANUS, Director. Boys can be visited often without loss of time or money. Entrance, 153 East 76th Street. prfendsSemlnary Friends S??_o?I m to m test 1Mb St.. ?O to 118 Schermerliorn St.. New Yor* Brooklyn. N. Y. Kindergarten and Preparatory Schools for Girls and Boys Individual instruction. Regulsr course includes LANGUAGES, MUSIC, ART, MANUAL TRAINING. Urge playgrounds. NON SECTARIAN. CATAL0CUE SENT ON REQUEST ?MLT PRODUCING CLASSES M_. fayr Mtn Tau?ht by Men m ? ?U'i Way?cutting out .11 round ?Wut mslhrxis and almin? for resulte -??H) ?or booklet ri subjects that '? i*nm\t yon phone 79?O Columbu?. A*. ijj*rs f.tnaa ya**?nMs Caria la tftcians, litllsh aaaaa Bsilrmt ?S???*"**- Isa Fer st|ssrs ilsssca Fers m F??.? ?srsasn Hsstliss Msaaaa X al ara Itsllas Hsstfy ?Sstlajs ?-aa, OsNJU. jeeetee Stt?m7 Msltlsra?*? SelM?* Malar pre?s??? Trae? Orlalsf Mater esstmi Marias ?*? llaacrlni Mevlas nature Oserstlaf Sasmas ?tils S sa* tek Etssstysy ??teeetra fky ?s? ypaterit ?>? ?truetursl Enflsssf. Is? Trlpeae-a etry Na?'sities weeS PuW?c - Jostles, Trslalai Speak!?! tarvias, Et?.. EU. Y.M.CA.300w-57" DANCING TEACHERS S? MMi-o m claas the BALANCEIXO, g?. Tr?s, FerkM, I.? Rum*. INDIAN ???v.? (Mr. CheUfs new composition?. ?"?S-Saxill, Ta-ta?. I.ulu-Kedo, Bra fSw teikm. l'aalowa ?.av.tte and the *?*?* VTANUAROIZKIl DANCKS. S?-* Uttfht dally (rom 10 to 12, Sept. ?? *> OcUb.r ?, personally by LOUIS H. CHALIF ? B?>Ma?S-*ajl. th? Russian Imperial IJ ? . -_. Principal of th. Chelif '**"*?*?? Sehool of Dancing. ,.***?? ee^Jl???private classes and *Ssa?M far adults and ehildren. ? WIST 4SKD BTf. Tel. Bryant B58S. Whiter academy asM*C "!?/*?*?' ?or * Mmll.il number of "?E ?!?_?*??? ?ntraoce. Coll.?? pre " aSfssal-ralUtary. Careful training. , ?5??5?H* Write for particular? 1 sts?sjs. New Tor?. Day and Evening Classes Beginning September 21 Educational Department Stenography and Typewriting, Dressmaking. Millinery, Cooking, Kngll-h. Art. Elocution. Mandolin and Guitar, Literary Club, Reading Clubs. Gymnasium well-?qu.pped gymnasium for women and girls. Drills. Folk Dances. Gamea, Basket Ball, Tennis. Harlem Branch, Y.W.C. A. 74 West 124th Street Mr. Oscar Duryea announce? his return from Europe and recommends The "D. V." and The "DURYEA FADO" (Fei Trot) aa the best new danoes for adults, and The 'TA-IAO" an* "EOUU WILT (or children. THE OSCAR DURYEASCHOOLS 47 Watt .2nd Street. U) mxI M< West U*Dd fctreet. Telephone? ?111. ?-12 Col. (II? Audubon. Catalogues Mnt_ THE BEKUTZ SCHOOL OF LAMGUAOIU, Madison Square < 112? Broadway) lUrl-u! Braii<-h, .41 Uno? ?te., near li?ih St. Brooklyn Branch, ?U-??0 Livingston St, -New Cl?eee C?ataatly Fi-ata?. CONSCRV-TORT Of MUSIC w-? Jeannette M. Thurber. Founder IS? Wert ma mU Maw York. The Y. M. C. A. Day Schools NOW OPENING Education at Coet. AssociaMon Business Institute Commrrrlal Stenographie 23d St. Preparatory School College anr> Recente Preparatory High School end Grammar School These schools represent the united efforts of business men to provide the best training possible for young men preparing for Business, for College, or for the Professions. Sixty Evening Courses Also Send for Catalogs ^23dSt.Y.n1.C.l?5S: PRATT INSTITUTE BROOKLYN. NEW YORK DAY CLASSES OPEN SEPTEMBER 23 EVENING CLASSES OPEN SEPTEMBER 30 FREDERIC B. PRATT. Secretary. NEW YORK Pay School 174 Faltoa St. LAW SCHOOL Evening School N. Y. City Near courte and lawyer?' offices Choice of A. M. or I' M. or Evening Classes "Dwlght Method" of Instruction, using treatises,caaes, etc Three years' couree Send for csta.ogue No SO <IKi>u<JB CHA8E. Dean. Na?-_a- Ynrlt 91 Thr"* <?*??*?--?'??-???itat. tf i-cw um? ? Umooa ^,?1-^ to wU ?,. University 1 ?emeuce of nudeot. Three-r-at LawSchooljy? ?gg *"*? - U J.D Hc-ocrl apcni S-*L It A-drees L. J. Tocapkin?. Sec. WaaWngleo ?a,. W. ?. BROOKLYN LAW SCHOOL"WAT^ Term bcgUH Her*. -Jth. Da* and eeeolof clanes Stud tor catalogue W. P. Rtekar-iaes, Dsaa. Bryant School for Summering Methods Educational, rational. ??_?. ban.Ota poai iv- r-.tabiiahrd IMS. Booklet free Dr E. A. HHVA.VT. Principal. 2a Wast 40t? <t Nasaretb Hall Mltltsr? A-a-eta; Moravian Boarding School fer Bora General Academic and Preparatory Coursea Fall tern begins Kept -S. 1-14. Por cata? log address Rev. tt. J Blum. D. D. Pria.. Nasa reih. Pa MANHATTAN COLLEGE Broadway and 131st 8t., New Tork. FOUNDKD )?62. Brother* of th? ChrtstUui Hchoole. Tolleg. of Arts and Utters. College ?f t It? Knglne?rlag. High (School?College Preparatory. High Ha-hool of Comm?re?. Pr?par?e for Law, Medical. Dental and Other Professional Coarse?. Resident and Dsy Scholars. Write fee Catalogue. Studies resumed Sept. tth. IRVING SCHOOL ld.bay ?4 W est nth 8t. T?L 4?M Kchdyier. Dor? KHOM ( TO 20. ALL DEPARTMENTS tld year begins Thursday, Sept. 24. No hone attKty for bays under fifteen DR. RAT NOW AT SCHOOL MORNINGS RTrtismhrCeAlti*--sad fsr Ills. ygmcwyicadciivv Agonie axcepiloaal flpportaaltle? to brig-ai. a ?odio as boys, bui ?elp* eren mee? tbe backward boys wk* may by INDIVIDUAL TKaINTVO be Uurfct ko? ta study, yay?? .ear ??few ?a??. Kfi? for catalog Chappaqua Mountain Institute Valhalla. Wrstch?.i*r C, N. T.. B?i Ml. A Horn. Scheel for Olrls in the Real Cen?. try, uadsr care ?of Friends. Boye under 12 yesrs (separata dep't). Home Mother far young children. 43d year 25 miles from N. T. TO acre?: IWO ft. elevation. Primary, Preparatory and Finishing Coursas. Music. Art Domestic Science. Man al Training and Commercial Dep'ts Gymnasium. Opens Sept -1st Rates faoo to ?37S. Catalog. N. T. Office, 20 Viity St., Room ?10 Tel. Cort. CSS?. DEPARTMENTS OF STENOGRAPHY, TYPEWRITING. BOOKKEEPING, HTKNOTYPY (SKW). DAY * NIGHT. OPEN ALU YEAR. S1ST YEAR. Send for Illustrated Catalogue No. ?. Kiftn .?.allonal Bank Builulng, LEXINGTON AV.. at SSD ST., N. T. PACE STANDARDIZED COURSES A<xoontsa?7>'?Basiiess Administrs? lion?Eajlish In resident schools and by extension through the malla Bulletin and da talla upon application. PACE ?% PACE M Church BtraH, New lark City. PRATT SCH?0l?? M West 4S*k St IndlHdaal InMracHon. ?u eeeti log; SboriAsr.d. Sanftsaptng ouoatype sod Sasrstarlal DefU. HAMILTON INSTITUTE APPROVED SV N. V. STATE REGENT? FOR BOYS, 59? Wat Es? Av. S.W. see. Wtk M FROM PRIMARY TO COLLEGE ENTRANCE Office Keurt. S-l. TEL. MM RIVERSIDE. FOR GIRLS,401 West tmi Av. N.W ear. *t* Si LF880N8 PREPARED AT THE SCHOOL Spe-lsi an* n.n.fil Ceunee. Callee? Ct-tltast*. _0*ee heurt. 14?4. TEL 21JS RIVERSIDE. THE GROFF SCHOOL Beys sne Yeunf Mes. Bssrtll-s ta4 Day Push?. The Pioneer School for Individual Atte-.Ho? Prepare? for all collates and hold? Reftnte' Ks ?rr.iintl.mji In the school. By Indlttdusl sttanlion sud the cnnatant ruperf-tou of study heure the GRUFF SCHOOL piablcs lu student? lo ercera-allalt more In one >ear than many schools do In two. Ne ti s.la? to retsrd the brilliant or dlscoursgs the back? ward pupil *>pe< lal couraee In eoncen'.stloo that stimulate and stir the student to do bis best Fill tern bsflM Satt. 30th. WS Wsst 76tk St. 'Pheae 744 Cel._ MCrUPiC 141 Central Park OLIhTLL Westt cor. 84th St. li-arcuif and Da> Si hool toe Otrls. C?llele Pre l?istori sud Rpectsl ?lasse?. Opens Oct. Ttb. GARDNER SCHOOL 647 FIFTH AVENF*. Boardin? and day school for girls (57th year): colle*? preparatory and advanced aca? demic courses. Music, art. elocution. Post? graduate courses In contemporary draina, sociology, home econcmlca. current events. TW??TY SCHOOL 139*147 W. tlst ST- NEW TORK FOUNDED 170?. Primary. Grammar and High Echoela Prepares fur all colleges. SSfth Year Opens September ttth. ACKARp COMMERCIAL SCHOOL 261 Lexington Ave. (35th St) Commercial, stenographic, and secretarial courses. Indmdual I_.!ruciloi.. unter st any tima. Hand for prospectus. No solldtors. tea r?cs la Higher Acceaatiog ajo? Auditing?a thorough prepesrtatloa fur C. P. A. Examin?t loas. *i- a fata. ? I ?- ??_ a? ????Mcptsg, __?fG____, Type. " Chr?r SatwatjfM Dar aad_ Call or write for "Usin?t Dap aad Eeeaing Vas.oae. k^vvU ttUft.ftUM.Aw. BARNARD SCHOOL ? BOYS FIELDSTOK, WEST 244TH XT. t* '? ?ft* 4 minutas' walk freo? Vaa Oeetlandt Part Subway Station. Klnderterteo to Cetlags. Bora may nat?a all day, melod?as Saturday. ?Study kour Tenola Courts. AUUello Field. 21th Tear September 28. BARNARD SCHOOL?!GIRLS 421,423 W. t48tfc St. "W* IBs Yi? Kindergarten to College. Certificat? prlfllege The tebool co otxuUte ?rlth the boms In seeking to see? the pupil s ? bolse?me girl. Pal! tsrm Sept t3d The Barnard School of HOUSEHOLD ARTS St ?III IIMCDV ? Indlrtdusljty. Harmony of Une miLUrsCRT . ?,4 m\? ?, the mtktnt of hau Practical courses In Cooking. Drsssasklng. Decors ties Art, Houssbol? Ac^ounu, Cneetsatiensl Kreoch. Bail lea. Dramtilc Art. Part tune courses. BARNARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 1 77lh tt A Ft Was?. Av. Tel. Mil As?. Primer, I / / IS ?I. ?d Grammar Orarte? Olrls and Bam 1 ?KM ft * ??Wilde Ortve. Tel. SIM As?. Best I OlTtE au pnd OtrU prepare for Barnard SaAeei for Beys and Barnard School fer O?rla. JBerhete? School stariiig ad Dtj School for Boys aSTH TEAR Prepares B?> ?thorouial? for ?II Colleges asS Techdlcsl Schools. L'p-to-date modem equipment. New all-light ?rchool room?. Individual ln?tmction In small claaies. 8choo athletics emphasized under com? petent Instructors. Special department for primary boys. For illustrated cataioiya? addrtai 72?d Street ?s4 West Es? Ave..?Me? York Horace Mann School Teaa-hsrs C.IUge, Col aas bis, Cnlrerelty. HI?.H SCHOOL fOR GIRLS. Iu prep? aration for college and Instruction In household arts have long been consid? erad model. With a g>mnealjm, swim? ming pawl, and playgrounds, special emphasle la laid on physical training. ELEMENTAR* SCHOOL AND KIN? DERGARTEN FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. "For the flret time a child may enter tha> ktnderarartan and go forward. In unbroken cour??, until h? p*a.<-a out Into the world with the highest honor? of a modern untveralty. ??rYsstdanl "fuller of ColumW? laeatlas ?a West ItStt St. ?Sessels*? ts Broadway Sukaety M well M ?readwsy ssO A asteada? A*?, tarfae* ten. ASSreea HENRt LARR rEARItON. Prlaclpal. r The Brown School of tutoring OFFICE AND BOYS 5CHOOL 241 Wast 75th Streat GIRLS SCHOOL 239 Wast 75th Street PHONE COI.lMHl 8 Founded 190* Exceptional ??uccefu preparing; pupils fur schools, c-tle-fea .n/R.ir.,,ia in hilf time Last ye r i9"f of examinations taken tv.re paaaa?. W>smv?LY ON Y ONE PUPIL AT A TIME WITH A TEACHER SSV? lesst 2 years' ?-or* In ?"??/'' ??'? ",?7 ?? igt ?school the pupil p-rpr? ?o enter Wh, be -?____-i? vSr, 3 ?ho"? ?nterH th. .U,x,l with ?he ?arpo*, of going to colic?, ha, dlscourMedt ,?"-"ry -i', r r_T_, P t r 11 s TU ?illT HOW TO HTUPT and how to do on? hour's each with at least U years' eiperlence lEftaONAL INTERVIEWS AT HOME OK SCHOOL WELCOMED. "A Bchoet uHth an Atmosphere of Work." j^jtj, a.a,a^^aaaaJ"ar-"a-a~.i~a~a~r--"a~." 00 -i* -??-??*?*?*'??? -,-y Collegiate School.:;. Teamaea 14(4 Is a College Prepsratory Srhool with strong Pri? mary aad Junior Grades. Modern school bullduif. Large Oymnes.um. Aftemooo outing classes. l7l-.|K-r6<(;i*_i-<-*<. *?'< Mt-4**.f?-lt,MwT--t A. P Wanes,Isadaaeter SCO VILLE SCHOOL, 2042 5th h: HOME SCHOOL FOB ?ilKl.1. The beat of hot_? and scOoel adtaiilagcs afforded by New Tork t'lty and Europe. Sp?cial prl-tleees for Day Puptla fron IT -earsl. Arnerlc-a aad Forelgt* Teaaher?' Ajene?.? Suppllea Professors. Teachers. Tutor?. Ooverneaaes. etc.. to ^ollegt-a. Schools aad Kami lies Apply to Mrs M. J YOL'NU* FULTON, 23 Union Square. Darents and Guardians seeking a Private School or College should consult the advertise? ments on this page. The Tribune will gladly furnish in? formation upon request. ^=^= .. a?. ? ? ^tion in detail of schools and colleges may be obtained by ??Hing, writing; or telephoning . Catalogues ^^^^^^^^^ 320. fribune Building. 'Phone 3000 Beekntan.