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VWTlftlM 1?WTTV TITTT.V -Mt''i -1H" 1WT li" ( It r f GOSSIP OF THE STREET BROKERS EAGERLY EXPECTANT OVER REPORTS THAT ALLIES MAY HAVE HUN ARMY TRAPPED Possibility of Big Victory . Causes Joyous Feeling in Financial District Outlook for Next Liberty , , Loan Gossip of the Street ' "T?13POR'r ' the Possible "bottling up" of Germany's large forces under the Crown Prlnco by the American and French army, which came over the wires yesterday afternoon Just before the stock markets closed and resulted in a sharp upturn In security prices, caused a , Joyous feeling throughout the local financial district. Although the -reports have been encouraging ever since the Hun offensive was stop- ped'and the Allied drive started, the announcement or a likelihood of an overwhelming victory aroused more Interest In the situation among brokers and bankers than any developments since the first news of the counter-offensive. And, with the opening of the markets this morning, board rooms were crowded and tickers were cnrefully watched t, in the hope that more encouraging reports would be forthcoming. For some days past It was observed that the public was not coming Into the market and brokers maintained It would stay oit until encour aged to come In or through some major event on the European war front. Matters which, If not the excuse, would be given as a reason for the rise and fall of prices under , ordinary circumstances passed un ' 'noticed. War news was Ignored and the market went lip or down with " out any news. Should the news of successes against the Crown 1'rlnce's army continue It will be seen how far the principal reasons for the dull ness and falling off In prices for the last few days will carry weight With the sentiment behind what may prove the greatest victory of the war up to date. It.wlll be seen If proposed drastic tax legislation or tight money will weigh against sentiment and enthusiasm. Ample Funds Available to Take Up Next Liberty Loan When speaking of the preparations being made for the next Liberty Loan and the part which banks and Investment concerns will take In it, the manager of one of the largest investment houses in the city called attention to the fact that notwithstanding the enormous drafts being made by the Government on the country's reservoir of capital there still are funds available for investment where the happy combi nation of yield and security In proper proportions are offered. He pointed out how within a week three important offerings have been snapped up, the time required for their distribution being calcu lated in hours rather than days or even weeks. It is also worth noting that the three issues referred to all returned better than 7 per cent. They were 160.000.000 Bethlehem Steel 7s, offered to yield 7H to 7 per cent; $10,000,000 Cudahy Packing Company 7s, offered on a 7 per cent basis, and $8,000,000 Edison Electric 7 per cent notes, offered on a 7.10 basis. 'Liberty-Loan Issues Bond Market's Active Features Liberty Loan Issues continue to be by far the most active features of the New York bond market. A renewed demand for the tax-exempt SVJs has sprung up among investors, and on Wednesday the total sales of that Issue on the New York Stock Exchange were only $20,000 less thon of the 4V4s of 1928. In each instance the turnover was almost $1,500,000. Those who are specially interested in the French cities Issues are gratified over the fact that they have held their recent sharp upturns except to the extent of very small fractions. The United Kingdom Issues are quieter than they were last week. The trading in the French cities Is on a smaller scale at the moment, although the City of Paris 6s con tinue in good demand. As has been forecast several times, there Is every probability that the bankers who hold the greater part of the short-term notes and other loans of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company that mature next , week will be asked to make extension of about thirty to ninety days. At the moment it looks as though an agreement on the railroad contract wag some distance off. A prominent director of the Baltimore and Ohio says "that no word has come from the railroad administration with rc- ' spect to the application of the board for authority to pay dividends for the present period. After the contract is signed and the dividend question is settled the directors and the bankers will be In a position to work out some comprehensive plan. May Curtail Wire Service to Brokers Offices There was some talk In the brokers' offices yesterday over the report that when the telephone and telegraph lines were under control of the Government there would be a curtailment of the service to brokers nnd bankers' oflleo. There were no brokers in this city who were Interviewed on the subject who would give the report serious consideration, although some of them were not In the least enthusiastic over the fact that the control would be under the supervision of the present Postmaster Gen eral. Several, however, said the telephone service could' not be any worse than It now is, especially the long-distance service to New York, after closing hours on the stock exchange. One bapker said he frequently could not get long-distance for from fifteen minutes to two hours. It was said that from an authoritative source enough information had been secured to warrant the following forecast of the Government's general policy in the matter: First. Rates will not be increased, because the financial condition of the companies, unlike that of the railroads, does not warrant It. Second. Wages will bo increased in about the same proportion as railroad wages were Increased. Locked-out employes will be immediately reinstated the question of pay for lost time now being before the war labor board. All wage negotiations will be through Director General Lewis. Third. Private leased wire service not to be curtailed, but to be en couraged and more wires made available. Fourth. Economy of operation through pooling of facilities Ms ex pected to more than offset wage increases. Fifth. Accuracy and efficiency of service to be extended through pooling of all facilities and adoption of the most modern methods of electrical communication. Sixth. Postofflce Department to be utilized In collection and delivery of messages at terminal points, as that Is now conceded to be the weakest link In the system as now constituted. ' Standard Railroad Contract Far From Settled ' "So it seems," remarked a well-known banker yesterday, "that the """standard railroad contract is far from for some time. It may even be taken into the courts for final adjust - ' ment. At first It was said the railroad executives were on the whole satisfied with the terms of the contract, but now It appears they have changed their minds and are on the side of the committee of seventy of the National Association of Railroad Securities Owners. '' "This association,'1 he continued, "claims to represent between six and seven billions of dollars of railroad securities at present market . prices, njid Is made up largely of savings and other bank presidents which hold large blocks of railroad bonds and of presidents of Insurance companies. I was of the opinion the draft of the contract as drawn up was very fair and that it showed a disposition on the part of the railroad administration to bo fair to every one concerned; but when I read some of the objections which the committee of seventy submitted to the rail road administration for consideration it seems to me they should receive attention, and possibly the whole matter will be straightened out in short order by Director General McAdoo when he returns to Washington shortly. "I think those who are raising objections to the contract and they may be good, valid objections should not set up as an argument the possibilities of conditions which are not likely to occur In actual operation of the roads while Under Government control, and, should bear in., mind t some of the organizations and reorganizations of certain roads and con- ' solldatlons which were not very creditable to the authors and which were a greater menace to security values while they were going onthan any " possibilities which may occur during Government contnjl." The principal objections to the railroad standard contract made by the committee representing the National Association of Railroad Securi ties Owners are summarized as follows: The security holders will not permit their representatives, the com pany executives, to surrender, In tjie contract, all claims for damages for the destruction of their property and the diversion of traffic and loss of good will which may result from measures taken by the Government. Otherwise, among other objections, In the event of permanent Govern ment ownership, the roads would find that for a mere rental they had signed away all claim to compensation for their good will or business or even thefr physical assets. ' "The right of the director general, claimed In the contract, to charge the roads with maintenance expenses greatly exceeding the normal maln v tenance charges of the companies, and deduct these charges ahead of i . -i - - riivMenda. la not only contrary to the Intent of th. rait. Itf - . . . w.. ., ,1,1 narmll VV roaa control aci, um -.- r hvs n,v. .ntlra rental, to the point ; "''f'a'uptcy, without redress. Even the 4rtv-2 ...... .! rmiM not but have kntT ew,vw-i -. -- 'ev'ttM "tft etabUIty oi.tna p sres a ' r Tl ST. settled and is likely to drag along n nlrarini- VAnirnl tn lab ..-.. - -- .-. -. j a, where it could be thrown into bank- existence of such a power, though the worst effect on security vain. ... v .-..v. country, wmen m turn might danger. , .-fV. y .. Ji "". .i"i,; ,t .a. .. I V j'.VJ ,W )!, ' -"-i.Jt,- w - - - te vm ?" BUSINESS CAREER OF PETER FLINT A Story of Salesmanship by Harold Whitehead (Ccrurloht. ll) Wr. Whitehead trill ntimccr iour ouMrtfs Qttftffojija ml fni.Jfn Mflllin. nrf,i Hdnii nnrt rmplovtncnt. Ask iaiir HMtiUont clearli oittf M.r nu rne ncis. lour rorrcrr Hnmr win Hll orfrtrest mml bt slonril to nil Inaulrirs. 7ioe n hlch re anorttmou must be Ipnorcrt. Annum to frrhnlrnl oiicstfons tclll In et "1 mnll. Other qtieallont iclll be amtofrrif. In fnf rofHmn, The no Infercdtlno prob lem of (nAurrr u'fll be tcoi'cn Otto the story o Trtcr .Fllitf. CHAPTKR ClJ T GUESS things aro coming to a climax In that affair of Francis Graham's. All this week he has been up at the bank seeing those folks who are will ing to back him on his machine. Twice Blnncn, the agent for the Swedish Company, has been to Bee him, and he has had two or three letters from Plllsbury, of the Consolidated. I guess he's got a good thing, all right, all right. Here's the Consolidated, with whom hn used to be, breaking their necks to get him to sell ouv' to them for five thousand In cash and $100,000 worth of common stock. Hut then Francis says that a hundred thousand worth of common Is worth only about twelve thou sand aciually. And here's Blnncn of fering twenty thousand cash. The bank offered him a good thing, but whenever I nsk Francis to tell ma what the bank Is willing to do, he says. "At this point In the story your shoelace begins to come down." AVcll, this morning Francis asked me if I could meei him in an uptown office this afternoon. Believe me, I was there with bells on. He had promised to meet Plllsbury and Qucston, and also the nttorney for the Consolidated. When wo got to the olllco Queston and Plllsbury were there before us, but we had to wait a few minutes for the lawyer. He Is one of those grent big fellows who gets about a thousand dollars every time he says "Yes." He came Into the office ns If he owned It, bustled Into his seal' and said sharply, "Now, gentlemen, let's get to business." "It's like this " began Queston. I never saw Queston so squashed be fore. I guess that lawyer has got his number, for he snapped bnck at Ques ton: 'Tut, tut, man. I know the cir cumstances of the case. You offer Mr. Francis Graham five thousand In cash and the privilege of buying five thou sand dollars' worth of preferred stock In the Consolidated, and In addition to that you offer a hundred thousand dol lars' worth of common stock. And Mr. Graham wants to have ton thousand dollars' worth of preferred stock nnd the privilege of buying as much more as ho can. i "Now, Mr. Graham, on behalf of the Consolidated, I am prepared here and now lo offer you five thousand dollars' worth of preferred stock and a hundred thousand dolars' worth of common. "You, can have tho privilege of selling that common nnd within thirty days buying preferred stock. I understand you have no money at all now." "I'm afraid, Mr. Lawyer, smuca Francis. "Tut, tut, man I" the lawyer snapped back. "I can't help li If you are afraid. I'm not afraid. of anybody or anything. Well, what do you say? Do you accept our offer, or do you want to be roousn; "I have talked this matter over with my secretary," said Francis, nnd atthls the lawyer looked at me and gave a hnort of contempt, "and have decldeo trtat the best I can take will be five thousand worth of preferred stock ana one hundred thousand worth of common stock, but with the proviso that I can. If I eo wish, sell the common siock and buy preferred stock with It ; and In ad dition to this that within six months I can buy more prefered stock If I can scrape up some money for It." 4t n,t.K nrA.ila Vfttl IV 1 1 1 Hn M'OPV. thlng we ask except that, in addition. I ens. not Tshorni. welahtnc -' ."J" ,... .,,r,t itin nntlnn tn huv ns much" nrlcf. SlUff.l'c; wolKhlnK lUf ti Ins. aplere. you Want tne option lO DUy as muill .,., ...mi. Lnhnrm nrconl nc tn IIP, more preferred stock as you are able to buy within six months. Mdiculous! You might make a fortunes In six months." "That's what I wns hoping to do," said Francis Innocently. "Huh ! that would be a ery nice thing. Suppose you got a hundred thousand In f-ome way or other, you might buy Mr. Queston and Mr. Plllsbury out." "Oh!" said Francis with the simplest look I ever saw, "I never thought of that." "Hah, that's the benefit of being; a lawyer. Couldn't think of such a thing as that." "Oh. no. sir," said Francis. deo! I thought ho was evidently scared of that lawyer. "I never thought, of that." continued Francis. "If I only had your mind I probably would. That was an unreas onable request, wasn't It?" Of course. It was. I see you are getting some sense now. ,SIx montns is certainly too long." 'And vet." mused Graham, "I feel I would like to sell a few odds and ends I have and get a hold of a little more preferred ftock In the Consolidated. You aee, sir," he said to the lawyer, evi dently laying- his cards all on the table, "I have been with the Consolidated so many years I don't buppose I would feel so happy anywhere else, and I feel that the only way I'd ever have a chance to get any worth-while position there would be to own some stock In the com pany. I had a dandy offer from Bln nen, of the Swedish Company, but I turn ed It down In the hope I would have a chance of getting in here. "Now, If I 'were to sell that common stock for ten thousand and Invest in preferred, I would then only have fifteen thousand dollars' worth, and that isn't much against two hundred thousand, which Mr. Plllsbury and Mr. Queston and only three others own between them. "Of course, I know to let me have that stock they would have to sell theirs, but I thought I might possibly be able to sera up five thousand more, and even twenty thousand is only such a little bit. but It would show you gen tlemen I am interested in the Consoli dated." There waB silence for a moment, and then the lawyer had a few words pri vately with Queston and Plllsbury and then said. "We will give you the op portunlty of buying nve thousand more "That isn't" Just what I want, said Francis. "My lawyer tells me If I make Sh agreement like that I've got to buy that nve thousand or none "Nonsense, snavv" .. "Maybe said Francis stubbornly, "but i. ..... nut In a clause that I could buy. I may b -bIa within a month ..' tf vou think six months Is too long and l'l be wiling to make a deal 0t Well to make a long story short, Ora ' einallv made a deal with the Con rtMaM I wl.br -t Ave thousand Preferred. 100 thousand common and tho SrlvUege of buying all the preferred ai-ock he desired within ten days. A, we left the building I said to Francis. "I cant see nuw imiaun ""i"n. ha.ned you much.1 "Neither can the lawyer," was only answer." his TODAY'S BUSINESS EPIGRAM It it taty to fool a know-it-all man. What doea thla mean to YOVT BtuineM QueitionnVniwered After DUttlna- In IW years at tlmeVeeplne and payroll work I And that I atn obllsed to I an sort ol "ua aulnat It" and am. In a LuSterr ' waatTl of work (o take u sCVXWQ'wAVV mnmy ii , -l..W 't weald apm-ettate ny advice or tlont you could offer. Another matter i would neatly an mini- her matter 1 would creatlr appreciate Rome assistance In U th isner in is ine i Its aHnllfie. tlon In which the applicant mult admit in- nerlence. t experienced difficulty In thl respect! mv letter appear to sound so flat. J. L. McC. Are you able to qualify for a position as Inspector of weights nnd measures? You already have tho necessary abil ity to be a collection agent 'for "ensy payment" concerns selling furniture and such like. Do you know cnouch of bookkeeping to care for a set of books? If so, cull on the small retail stores In your lo cality and offer to take caro of nil their books for $2 or S3 a week. Ten such Jobs would give you a good start and the continual trip from one to the other might give you sufficient freedom of action. As a salesman, you should have little dimculty In getting located. Why not pick out a score or so of good concerns who sell In your town and send them a letter such as this: Dear Sir: Have you an opening In your organi zation for a man who does not know It all? Frankly. I cannot offer vrai a aeries of references from other jobs, as I have been five years In my present position, and only desire tn leave that because my health demands more ex ercise. My present employer will. I nm sure, speak well for my ability to work hard and get results. I do not seek salary so much ns an opportunity to make good. May I call on you and tell you why I should bo useful to you? Respectfully yours. Philadelphia Markets GRAIN AND FLOUR WHEAT neez-lpts. 44.843 t.ush Market firm. Quotations: Car luts. In export rle vator. Oovernment staniUrd Inspection, standard prices No I, red winter, $2.:t: No. I. northern sprlnu. I.'.sn: No. 1, hard winter. tl'.SH: No. 1, red winter cnrllcky, I2.S7. No. L". red winter, IS.SO, No. 1. northern sprlna, 12. .Id, Nn. 2. hHrd wlnti-r. J2.8I1: No. 2. red winter, uarlleky. I2.S4: No, S, red winter, t'i 32: No a. nnrtnern sprlnc 12.(12: No A. hard winter. 12.32. No. 3. red winter, cnrlleky. J2.Sn. TCWN Receipts, none, The market wns quiet but steady at the late decline. Quo tations: Car lots for lorai trade, No 2 vellow, tl.RH01.NO; No. 3 yn low, J1.87W l.KS. OATR rtecelpts. 20.307 liunh There w.n little trading, but values were well sus tained under ltsht nrfcrlnc. Quotations: No 2 white. S7'4 JfRSc; stsndurd white. 87 iK7V4e- No. 3 white. R(H WS7c; Nu. 4 white R.-iMlr. Kl.OUIt Uccelpts. 72fi,nnn lbs In sacks. The market was nulet and hsrelv steaib. Quotations' To prrue. per tun ins. pjukoo In DS-lh. sacks Winter wheat new-, inn per cent flour. $ln.7.fff ti.'-'l: Knnsas wheat, new, ion per cent nour. jn.-'..ri i .-.n- spring wher.t old. inn per cent flour. M1.3.1W11.7.V UYr: Fl.orit sold slowlv at former rates. We nunto at tiotfll per bid., In saiks. us to quality, PROVISIONS There was a fair Johhlnc demand and the market ruled firm Quotations ranged us follows: cry beef. In sets, smoked nnd alr-drled, 47c: western beef. In sets smoked, 47e: city beef, knuckle and tenders smoked and nlr-drled, 4Sr; western beef, knuckles and tenders, smoked 4e: beef hims. inn, pork, famllv iSSttiia ham". S P. cored, loose, 30C31c: do. skinned, loose, 31W 31c: do, do, smoked. 3234e: other hams, smoked, city cured as to orand and aeraire, 31r33e: hams, smokid western, cured. 31fT33es do boiled, boneless 4fl" plcnlo shoulders. P. P. cured. looe 2RHc: do. smok-d. I4He: bellies. In p!rkt. aeenrdlns to axerase. loose. S2c: breskfant bacon, as to brand and aieraae city cured. 4le; breakfast bacon, western ciired, 41c: lard, western, refined. !A?i:4c: lard, purs city, kettls rendered. SnflSAUe. REFINED SUGARS Demand was fair and the market ruled firm o.n a basis of 7.KOc for fine uranulated. DAIRY PRODUCTS I nUTTI'lt Itwelpts were modernte and the market ruled steady under a fair de mand. Tho fiuottitl'iilH fot ow . Snlld-pieki'd creamery, extra. 43c. hlcb-senrlns enndi. 4H4MSo: ertra flrts 44Uc: first". 41'4 W 44e: seconds. 42R4.V: fancy brands of prints Jobblnc at .I!33c: choice at .10e: fair tn cood at AttUt IDc. i:nns Strictly tliw stock as In -ood demand and Arm under llcht nfferlnrs Quo tations: Free cass. nearbv firsts, tl'J.now 13 20 per standard case; eurrent receipts. J12 00 per case: western extra firsts. tl'-MMi W13.20 per case: tlrsts, 12.di per ciei". font v seeded crks were Jobbing at 4titf,lc per onsen. . . . CHI1K.sk The mnrltet was n shadf ftrm-r under llBbt orferlncs and n fairly active de. mnnd. Quotations: New York, whol'-mlllc, fancy, fresh. 2n'Je: specials hluher- do. do. fair tn cood. fresh. 21 iff 2(lc: Wlcnns.n. whole-milk fancy. 2C'ic: do. do. fair tu Kood, 234 ?26c. POULTRY I.IVH Demand was more nctle and tho market ruled firm, with fowls le hlaher Quotations: fowls. aiH.nr M'LlnI., "' siflsic'. Itnnjters. 2."27r luck Pokln. sprlnc. S3fi31c: do do. old. SRifrsnc: do. indlnn llunner. J(IW27c (lulneas. per n.llr. tl.3.-,Wl. Ij. l'lEcons. old, per pair, 401IH.10: do jouna per pair, 2H'3nc. IlHKMHl-li r ine siock was pii rirmir.i up and ruled firm. The limitations ranged ns follows: rreah-killed tunle. In l;Ni fanes, dry-picked, fancy selected. 37Hc: welshlnc t lbs. and ner apiece. 87c: smatler sizes. 33 30c: old roosters, drv-pliked, 28c hrolllnn chickens, western, fancy. uclghlnK 2 lbs. nnd over apiece 44CMV; smaller slies. 4JFl43c: sprlnsr ducks. l.onir Island and Pennsylvania 3.14 i"i o: squabs, per do7n. white, welahlna UsTlS lbs. per doien. SfB 2S; do, welahlnc !ll lbs. per doien I7W7..MI: do. welKhlna S lbs per dojen. nS8 (I .10: do. wctEhlmr 7 lbs. per dorcn. M.r.on: do. welahlnE. CT(IV4 IM. rer dozen. 34: do dark. ll.SOOtf.SO; do, small and 3o. 2, Jiei'.OO. FRESH FRUITS Choice stock met with fair sa'es and val ues cenerally were well sustained under piioTorrAYs STRAND a,n"Av' Bt Venanio.E.of Broad ENID BENNETT In "THE VAMP" The Stanley Booking Corporation THE frtlowlnc theatres obtain their pictures throurh the STANLEY Booking Corporation, which Is a irunrantce of early showlntr of the finest produc tions. All pictures reviewed before exhibition. Ask for the theatre In ycur locality obtaining pictures through the STAXLHY Booklne Corporation. All L 12th, Morris I Paasyunk A. rAlhamDra Mat.Uallyat2: EV(.U:45D HnSSUI': HATAKAWA In "Tllll nUAVEST WAT" A Di-M I " C2D AND THOMPSON STS. jrJL.L.SJ MAT1NR11 DAILY CONSTANCE TALMADOE In "THE LESSON" ADPAniA CHESTNUT Ilelovr 10TH AKV-,AUl 10 . M. to 11 :15 P. M. EI.SIE KKHOUSON In "THE DAXUER MARK" nt T lCDIDri BROAD BTIinET and DL.UllDHxLe' SUSQUEHANNA AVE. MARY PICKFORI) In "STELLA MARIS" rtiinnroc MAIN ST.. MANAYUNK tIVlriE3sJ MATINEE DAILY TOM MIX "ACE HIGH" FAIRMOUNT ma'tineily- NORMA TALMADOE In DE LUXE ANNIE" CArVIl V THEATRE 1311 Market St. rAIVill-I I) A. M. to Midnight. WILLIAM DESMOND In "HELL'S END" CTLJ CT THEATRE Below Sprues DO 1 rl O 1 . MATINEE DAILY ALICE BRADY In "THE WHIRLPOOL" GREAT NORTHERN "OTS1- WILLIAM FARNIJM In "THE PLUNDERER" IRID17DI AI TH h WALNUT STS. iMriXl Mats. S:30. Ev.70. ALICE BRADY" In "THE KNIFE" l-CAnCR 1ST LANCARTER AVE. ltlUCa MATINEE DAILY WALLACE REID In "THE FIREFLY OF FRANCE" THEATRES OWNED AND' MAKAOEP BY MEMBERS OF THE UNITED EXHIBITORS ASSOCIATION BELMONT MD AB0VE MARKBT Gloria Swanton ,n ''IuaK'0 CEDAR 00TH CEDAR AVENUE Una Cavalieri '" ' nqoest" COLONIAL Gl- I?5.VSl8i.:5E Pauline Stark "UNT"- T" ue,. COLISEUM W:r!"t-Bt- w)h wlh .,Wayc. ta " "wrar ttfsr "fbid-ay, E i,.tT.4J-er.-Ti-.r - tnodtrattAoRerlnt. v Quotations: Apples. new." per hamper, nileOtl.no. Peaches, Cleorcla, pr fl-basket carrier. Belle of tieor ala, t2.VoOI.2At niberta. t-'.r.ujJ.J.riil. Peaches, (leorfta. per bush.-bskt,, 23.r,0. Peaches, North Carolina, per H.liasket car rier. Belle and Elberta, la.7CT4. lemons. per box. tSWS. Oranites. California, tier box I3.23KS. Orapefrult. per box, t4$R. Pineapples. Torto Illco. per rrate . f.SCR Cherries. Caflfornla, per box. 12 23: do. New rrk. Per fl-lh. hekt . "eWtl. llrapes. Callfnrnln, per 4-bskt, crate. M7MJ4.MI. Pears. California, per box, 4 2303. Plums. California, per 4-bskt.. crate. 11-522; JJ. Apricots. California, per crate, $!tf 3 Ml Cantaloupes, Oenrala. per standard. erstj, 1 30(12.30: do. do. per pony crate, 7.'.efi II Cantaloupes Oeorala. pink meat, per tint crate. 7rcOtl. Cantaloupes, North Caro lina, per standard crate $2.r,03; do. do per pinv crate. tl.'JAflii do, do. per flat rrate. tM.f.O: do. Marvland, per standard ernte. 13x73.30: do. At. Per Ponv .crate. ,11 .30 V3: do. do per flat crate. tlM n, do, Arlxona. per standard rrate. 14 733: do, do. per nony erate. 4: do. do. per fltt crate. I.F.n2. Watermelons, southern. .Per 100 t.104T5j do. per enrload. J23n?42... VEGETABLES Potatoes were In ample supply nnd nulet ( Other vegetables were In moderate reouest and generally stesdv. . Quotations: White potatoes. Norfolk, per bbl. Nn 1. I3s.r,ii No. ;, tl.23W2. White potatoes, nastern shore, per' hW. No. 1. 1803 73; No. 2 1 (I! attO M'tslrat tiAttlrMt .IraV. Iif -i I hush, bskt. No. 1. TnOHet No. Si 40 Stic Sweet polstoes Jersev. per hamper No. 1 I I2.S0?: No. 2. 11.231.73. onions. Jer. i sey. per fc-bush. bskt.. Il.iniff 1.23 mlnns. jersey, wnue, per uusn.-nnmprr, -'-''"; do. Kentucky, per 100-lb. bas 3i3 73. Mushrooms, nesrby. per lb.. r,0tri.c. CLOSING LIVESTOCK PRICES riilcnuo. July 2d. 1IOOH llecelpts. is (inn head: left nier. HIIJl head. Market slou, mostly 13GT20o lower than esterday's air uko. Ton. tlN.h.": bulk. J17.K1Sl)fl 17, butther heaw. t IS. 43 1K.B: medium, tlft nn UIH.73: lis r kin it heay, 11 7.MKCI7.IMI; me dium mixed, II7.70W1S.33: light. Ik mine ls.ar.; pis. fl7.23itMH: roucn, HT.2iirti7.4 CATTLE Receipts. KfMIO head, lleef steers stesdy: butchers' rattle dull, tendency loer, bulls mostly 23c lower. Calves steady at esterdsv's close. SHCEP lleeelpts, 11.(100 head. Oood In liest lamha 30(fjB73o lower than yesterds's close; medium killers around 91, down; sheep steady. Month Omaha, .luly 2B. HtxlS Heeelpts, 1(100 head. Market closed SO tit. IV lower CATTI.U Hecelpts. a.luo head. Market stronc. HHKnp Receipts, 3100 head. Market steady to higher. Kansas City, .lulv 2d. CATTLE lie celots 2300 head. Market slow steadv linns ttrrelpts, 3000 head. Market most ly 13r lower. HHKnP Hecelpts. 1000 head. Direct to killers, Pittsburgh. July 2(1. HOflH Iteeelpt". innn head Mnrltet hlahrr. Henw fin 23r 10 40: orkers and pics t10.fnW2n HinrP AND I.AMIIR Receipts lflnn head. Market steady. Top sheep. $12: top Iambs, St 0.30. CAI.Vni Reeeldts. 100 head. Market steady. Top, 117. East nnffalo. July 2(1. CATTLE Re ceipts r.30 head. Market easier. CALVF.S Receipts, D0O head. Market stfndv. $71S. JIOC1S Reeelots. 1000 held Market slow snd ri.ler Heaw. $10 30lTll. 73: mixed Hn.7."iiff 10 SO' vorkera llsht nrkers and Piss Sift 73rit 00; roushs. tl'.S.'OlT 30. stuns Jit if 13 MHRKP AND LAMMS necelpls. 40n h-nd Market slow snd easier. Lamb" M4i?17, jearllnits. 110S13; others un.-hahted CHICAGO DUtVeR AND EGGS Chleneo. July 2(1. IllTTTnn Itecelpta OCi'l Hits. Market unchanged. HC.CP Receipts, 0273 cases. Market un cnxnired. Where Shall I Send My Child to School? That question can be an awered quickly and satis factorily by 'consulting tht Educational Bureau at Ledger Central. Here, with out fuss or bother, you may obtain complete and reliable information of any board ing school for boys or jriris, ' military academy, business ' college, special schools for retarded children, conserva. tory of music, college or university. Our intimats knowledge of the advan tages of the various insti tutions will enable you t make a wise choice This service is free and availablo to every one everywhere. Ledger Central CHESTNUT at BROAD Walnut 3000 Main 3000 rilOTOrLAVH EUREKA 0TH MARKET STS. WALLACE REID In "BKLIEVB Mil, XANTIPPE" 333 MARKTT STREET THEATRE j j j .virrE. i oa. m. to u aop.M. PRI8CILI.A DEAN In "THE TWO-HOULCD WOMAN" MODFI iK POUTII ST. Orchestra. IVlWlCl- Contlnuoua 1 to 11. A I.I. A NAZIMOVA In "REVELATION" PAI APF 12U MARKET BTHKKT i -vi"ic 10 A Mi t0 ll;15 p XlAE MARSH In "ALL WOMAN" PRlNPF 101 MARKET STREET riHE30 8I30A. M. toll:lJp.M CORRINE HHIFFITII 111 "LOVE WATCHES" RFP.FNIT MARKET ST. Below 1TTH ENID RENNETT in TUB VAMP" RTAI TO OERMANTOWN AVE. Ill IKJ AT TUI.PEHOCKEX ST EDITH STOREY In "THE LEGION OK DEATH" Dlm I 02D AND SANSOM KTS 1X1 v -'- MATINEE DAILY ......,,n... n.lj.l In "THE PLUNDERER" RT IRY MARKET ST. nELOW TTH rUDI jo A. M. to 11)15 p. MARC1ARITA FISCHER In "IMPOSSIBLE SUSAN" M. CArV i!U MARKET STnERT "nvw .J! A'1- TO MIDNIGHT In "THE SCARLET DROP" STANI FY MARKET ABOVE 10TH OIAIM-CI 11:18 A. M. to 11(15 P. M MADQE KENNEDY "THE SERVICE STAR- VICTORIA NAHKET 8T. AR. 9TH V 1V I JIlt 0 A.M. to 11 :18 P.M. THEDA KARA In "A FOOL THERE WAS" FRANKFORD"15 -a.. Charles Ray ,n 'TI,E CLASJ.JUN.. IIIMRD "RONT BTV.amARD.AVE. J vlfiuvj ' jumbo Junction on Frankford L" MARY. WARREN ' "TH,?ORTEX., I VI IQT WD AND LOCUST 8TREETS IAAAA3 1 Mats. 1 isn. a :ao. Evgs. n :30 to 1 1 JACK PICKFORD Jn "Sandy" KlIVkKI B2D BELOW MARKET ST. rNivw-r . Jiniiiiv V 'HWE UNBEyEVER" " jtjly' im; iwma$&j&iEw$m& ii -- ,...... .- Young Men and Tlos nVHAI.. PA. pier0. Country ?19ap chool. FOR BOYS RYDAL, PA. OfTrrlnic tht nrtvantncFS of moilern nnd thorough nchool tmlnlntr to fam IHc reldinc In Thllaflflphla nnd In th vlclntty nf Old Tork Hoad, In .Irnklntnwn. Huntlncdon ntlev ifnd nrlshborlne dlotrlcts. The School llu 1 operated to make convenient the nttendanre nf puntl nrrlvlnir bv rnHrnnd nt Rvdal r MadowbrooK Ptnllnnn, or bv Old Torlc Hoad. Hot midday mrnl. amall clanneft. enmpan Innahlo mnterfl, Miporvlned play ar feattire of the school J a lartre mod ern erhool hulMtnt. (rmna8lum. ath letic field and prlnte lake. The new home la aluo complefIy rnitlnped with cottages for boardlnff rupil SUCCESS THROUGH THE LOGICAL SEQUENCE t Good Air, Good Food, Good Play, Good Work Write lor Catalog P. (Illustrated!. MARK H.C.SPIERS,llendma,trr Rydal, Pa. nAURtsncnn. va. A Capitol School near m Capital Cltr A country school founded 178. Modem I'Uildlncs, larte campus. Advantaie of small classea and Individual Instruction. Thoroush ollrre preparation. Rates 1300 to 10OO. Supervised atbletka. Separate school for sounder bos. Vn Invite closest tnvestlra tlon a personal visit If possible. Writs for our catslneus and plans of new dormitory. New Junior school bulldlne will b open for September term. Address ARTHUR 13. IIROWX. II. A.. IteadmasUr LANCASTER. 1. EAT PS rawTOJrazfflffl imuiTnnifll.tTnr......rTim - .. mi Box 550,Lancater,Pn. 63il Ymi Endowed, $700 per yr. Krtrj hoj studied lndiTldaUy by rxnrrt teachers. Grnnasfum. sMiratnini pttl. track. Iwo alhlelle fieldi. Catalog on tequcit. elm II. Sfhatke, A. It.. Headmatter Franklin and Marshall Academy IjVXCASTER. PA. Founded 1187. . Prepares boya for all colleaea and terhnlenl sehools. Beautiful, elevated crounds. Excellent health reeord Fine modern equipment. Library. Gym nasium. All athletlrs. Old School on basis allowing moderate terms. Catalogue nnd literature of Interest to collcce preparitory students on request. Addrrss Rot 412. Kdwln M. Ilnrtmnn. A. M.. rrtnelnal. SALT1R1TRO. TA. KISKIMINETAS SPRINGS SCHOOL FOR BOYS Prrrsres for college or business. The closest personal attention Is given to each boy. Several football and baseball fields. Golf. Tennis. New Gymnasium with awtm mlnc pool and bowling alleys. Fine athletic spirit with strong competitive teams. School owns Its own farm and coal mine. Rate 1700. Dr. A. M. Wilson. Jr.. Pre.. Hsltsbnrr. P. NAZARETH. PA. NAZARETH HALL MILITARY ACADEMY NAZARETH. PA. Founded 1743 College preparatory and business courses. Senior and Intermediate grades. Boys 11 to 18 ears. Supervised athletics. Modern military training n years a military school Illustrated Catalog. Address Rox 203. DR. A. I. TIIAKI.KR. Principal I1ETIII.KIIEM. PA. Bethlehem Preparatory School Bethlehem. Fa. 1G00 bojs preps red for leading universities In 40 years. Extensive grounds. Oymna slum. swimming pool, athletic fields. Summer session Separate Junior School new build ing .Military Training. JOHN" I). Trr.OEV. M. A.. IlMdmaater. RflRDKNTOWN. N. J. BORDENTOWN Military Institute Thorough preparation for college or business. Efficient faculty, small classes. Individual attention, military training. superlsed athletics. Roys taught HOW to study. H4th vear For Cstslog address COL. T. D. LANDON rrin. A Commnndant. Bordentown. N. J. PENNINGTON. N. J. The PENNINGTON SCHOOL College snd Technical School preparation. Military drill. FRANK MacDANIElT D.D.. Hsadmsster. Box 70. Pennington. W. J. WEST F.NGLKWOOD. N. . SHELDON SCHOOL For boys 10 and up. 12 miles from N. Y. Catalog. Add. Hoz 14. Rlvervlew Lodge. West Englewood. N. J. rRlXCKTON. N. J. PRINCETON PREPARATORY Rcnnoia for royh College prepara.tsrr tor boya 14 yeara and older: beautiful location; small claaaaa: ai ceiicu. iicuur- weii-equippvq DU'iaiAl m ibtko irrounoj; auperviica atomic; J. B. FINE, .""J; Princeton, N.J. WAYNF-SHORO. VA. Fithbume Military School New (100,000 rirenroef Eaalpaaeat Prepares for universities, business life. Diploma admits to all colleges. Rssuitful military training Beautiful, healthful situa tion. Every cadet participates In annual encampment at Orottoss on Shsnandoab River, SOth year. Small classes. Catalsc. Maj. MORdAN II. HCDfllN. Pria. Baa 800. Warneabore. Va. WOODSTOCK. VA. Masianutten Military Academy Jneuleates finest home traditions ot the Dominion. Healthful location In beaa ttful Shenandoah Valley. 100 mllte from Wasblniton. Prepares tor collets, technical nhoola and business. Music, athletlce. 5.000 Dlnlne Hall and Dormitory. Limited In 100 boys. Rates 1400. Cstalor on request. II. ward J. BenehelT. A. M lleadsssstse TAUNTON. YA. Staunton MiHtary 'Acadmy Only Ooternai't Henor Academy la Smh Larsest private erademy In the East, lo to 50 years old prepared avi iron lu o u jnn Din DrvDirH for the Universities. Government Acad' emlse or business, avmnaslum. swlmmlna poo it ana ainieiic para, near szoii.ggo i racks. Charres. 1470. For cataloaua sddrsss Cel. W.M..O, KARLE. Ph. nT. I rnacipai. ouiuawa. 'i a. JHrjKB sssl fJsssslsspissssH - - i BBj HjjBRvEjK SSBJHHpHsfftfxjHMH Er9rVPHRa iHfl lH7 aBWTlII ra iiniiiiinimiiiii EDUCATIONAL, tlsth f4xs Advertising Every phase of modtsm pub licity and its relation to sales manship taught by experienced specialists. Practical work given students in this course. Day and evening courses. The course begins Wednes day, Oct. 2. Ask for Catalog M-30, Tlione. Diamond 031 TEMPLE UNIVERSITV Broad St. bel.w Berks I Tltl.J.I.l.l. a iiiiitriifuiM UnORTHANn AND ROOKKKEI-INO Orerir shorthand, th easy, speedy system. Business courses. Day or ere. Schools. Enroll any time. To mest tht heavy and Increasing . ur'ii.m iui wuuif mm mm women wun office and business tralnlnir our classes will do continued day and evenlnr thru out comtnt summer months. Call or write for particulars and catalsc. rniLA. IU'RINESS COLLEGE 1017 Cestnnt Street Strayer's Business College riiUadelnhtn'M Grftitmt nttlnfi HthoM divert techer. Modern equipment. Indi vidual advancement, Charren mMrat. Pr ltlnn sTUArnnteril. Day nnd Nlrht CUittet. TOO tudent now attend I nr. Enroll now, HOI Theatnnt 8(ret. Thnnt. WMlmit !IM B1DDLE SCHOOL rSBSSi"4 45S1 WALNUT BT.. rmLA. Reautlful home environment, best dletarr. defects minimised bv oerfect method. Mon. tessorl method nreeits frensral it education. Pupils limit ed No easr hnoeies s . MOOKier. arMMEx nnnrrTK rotnwiT ante Shorthand. Touch Typewrttini. Dookkeeplnr. Dsv. Eventnir. Tbe Tayler Hehool. loot Market Rtreet Teachers Wanted. Positions waltlnt Prsa realst'n for College and Normal rraduates. Modern Teaehers' nnreaa. loot Market at. Yoong Mew and Beys PREPARATION FOR COLt.EOE. Naval. CUI1 Sen Ice and State Itosrd Eiama. Business Courses. Shorthand, Typewriting. liookkeeplnr. Trench, Spanish. Drafting. Write, phone or call. nROWN PRF.PARATORY SCHOOL Bread and rher r Street rr.NNiirRO. r.. p ERKI0MEN School For Boys Instruction In small groups jorsonal care. Efficiently prepares for Colleges. Technical Schools. Unexcelled record for scholarship In leading Colleaes and Unl erslttrs. Development of character and training for efficient aervlee In life. Sep arate Junior Srhool Komplete equipment. Oymnaslum and 20-aere athletic field. Military drill. Carnegie Library. Not conducted for profit moderate rates. Send for catalogue. Oscar S. Krlebel. D.D, Prin. Dex 110. rr.NNSBURO. TA. WWAKTIIMORr.. PA. MVARTIIMORE PREPARATORY HCRDOL A .chnol founded unon a basis of true Bin i eerily, well equli-ped and ratronlred by fam ilea of the best class, ho,-, are moulded tor 1 nuiaesi mannoou ana iaoiiL ins inn nrj!X ing Ol a useiui ins. a rnmiii ncnogi, w patronage Is non-e-etarlan. S'ummer session. i Wrtte for klt.. "The vision of atevnaaiewer- - Im. . an a i-a ftwaHhenore. Pa. 'II miles from PMIa.l BELt.KFO.VTfi. PA. BELLEFONTE ACADEMY Ideal home preparatory school for boys In foothills of Alleshenl's. Subjects selectrd to suit chosen career. Eleven teachers. Spring water. Elght-arre athletic field. Ojmnn-lum nnd swimming pool. Four buildings Rates moderste. Limited to 10 boNs. In years nnd upward. Military training voluntary. Catalog. James P. Hushes. A. M.. Headmaster. Bellefonte. Pa. - ALIJCNTOWH. PA. Allentovn Preparatory School Prepares boye for leading collegea ana universities, High standards. New build ings. Special department for boya over 10. Athletic teams. Large campus and gymna sium. Ttrr.-s 1400. Catalog on request. Visit the school. Write Box 404. William II. Reese. Principal. Allentoim. Pa. MKRrKRSBPRO. PA. MKltCSRHUURU ACADEMY otters a thor ough physical, mental and moral training for collage or business. Under Chrlst'n mas ters irom ine greal univ. uoca. in ins iunr berland Valley, one of the most picturesque spots of Amer. New gym. Equip. mod.Wrlte for Cat. A. Box 1IO. William mann iirsiae. I.L. P- Pa. WEXONAn. N. J. y .---...-----.--- ... r'rrrff n iiiwawinmj WEKONAffffig S Where character, manliness and honor will be developed tn your $ boy through the Military System. s He will be taught hoto to study S how to learn. Twelve miles from Phlla. The usual Academic. Spe- ? clal and Business Courses. A J catalog for the parent and for tha S boy. a book of views of Military and Athletic life. $ Dr. Charles H. Lorence, Prca. $ Mai. Clayton A. Snyder. Sunt. BOX 412, WENONAH, N. J. emeNAtteeVkVNn.Yi TORT DEPOSIT. Ml). THE TOME SCHOOL Publishes an unusually Intereatlnc and attractive catalosue. A line addressed to the Secretary will bring information about thla rreat nstlonal boardlne" school Informa tion about Its scholarly faculty; about Its bulldlnsa ana (rounds, which have cost a million and a nan aoiiarsi aooni ua ricn cur riculum; about the fine type of Tome boy. tHUtarv Drill A Jteonrnttf Arhool Tor .Ittls Rous TORT DEPOSIT MARYLAND BLA1R3TOWN. N. t. BLAIR ACADEMY FOR BOYS BLAIRSTOWN. N. J. Hsetthful location,, 12 miles from Dsle, ire Watsr Oap. 100-acrs campus and ad- irsre 11 jolnlnc farm, some Dtiildlmrs. armnaslum. Pi Perfsct eaulpmsnt. S hand. pmsnt. nana thistles. Doubl Supervised athletics. Double 'reparation for collesra aad technical schools. Military drill. Visit Blair and sea its advantages Write for eataloa A. JOHN fl. RHARPE, I.T.. P.. HeadmasfT HACKKNSACK. N. I. NEWMAN SCHOOL HACKKNSACK, NEW JERSEY A collets preparatory boardlne school for C4 beys, unocr Catholic auspices. Small claasee. Udlvldual attention. Resident ehaplala. JESSE ALRERT LOCKE. LtT D.. President of the Board ot Truetees, C. E. DELBOS. Head Master NKWTON. N. J. X'rti.a Aeadst IV for bova ta la. Motlara t4&ruvZu&? 1V Both "etes ' Vi WKWT rHICHTIIsl. PA West Chttter SUte HonuA On Prnna. R. R.t trolley 'to Phlla.iJ tsschlnr. rollrte. business; 1230 to'f poaro.tuninn.etc .per year. o.M.rnn KINOTO!f. FA '. WYOMING SEMlNA-CJf A eo.edueatlonal sehool where airls att a slsf on at the hlCki poses or ix. nixceptionai tei every aspi. couert z-reparacK nass. Music. Art. Oratory and Arts and Science. MUtary ymnaalum and Athletic Melds. ,.i rear. Endowed low rates. wrH eatalor. Address Lataior. AOdrsse. i , Bsrataev m- President. Rlnrsten tn. r. BCADINO. TK. - 4 A ' ft','l"'. anlmllr11 Qa-ttm.-Mi..' .".?.'. rc"ViwJw Readinn'i Junior Col Wtff, rreperatorv ana Junior Coll an roueces ana universities. ea-siesaivsataw4 sl tsAeattlse a! jaaas !.& PreaM vt WILLIAttapORT. DICKINSON SEMINARY story, Eleettva enurses. Co-ed. Larasj S . ? Pi'mtiS all atM-tlra fllUI aAaJ t J f 7lnF ' "mm ra73Sir gSSJ?l-! Address President. Sox K. Wllllamstssrt. r. "J: ' J : " . i - s-aBstvA YIMRT.AND. N. J. flUSH1.4 MAPIFHIIRSTSTHnOI. rlffa .,.. .... ..ww-. -. wvr; A asiset noma scnooi ror a iiraitea mwmmm-rqi, of retarded and subnormal rhllitren- asjajji. teen years' sxperlenee. Bnoklst T. . t, .."?(?' AJtELINK RKrlAVlf.T ARVAflfc. hrtaeliaal.W; fimvm s MANAWA1. VA. '&.?&.. EASTERN COLLEGE "-.:& 1 . 7. . vif-w-w r?AMV near vsahlmatrHi n r- vaiaBj! ranted: all courses Prsn School. Rata IHC? tr wain couri (.aiainr. Dr. H. U. Root. Prea. IU Avt Yoonr Women and fllrla Miss Marshals Scbotl FOR OIRT.S OAK I.AKK. PI Day and Boardlne Departments. Pii Intermediate nnd rolle- prMrati rnuran. Art, mukic. Einraaion. uotni Srlence. Secretarhlp. Tcher to ev rlrle. 4-acr enmnm wun iaK. I airy atudr room, outnnor ainietiea, for appointment nr telephone Oak 1U-" IIIU"r"lCU rniBina;, MT K. M. MA R fffMT.T.. rHm The Holtnan School "? A achnnl with a cenulna wnrklnv Miner. ulra nfl yonnir !xy dew nt iiBfn1naKii. Vosllonit unA tt(nlnr. SelfTnreaalnn. Vnte Da meant TaiiAnt In Trlr1lnaP. Ctna wri attention In imatr rlaanea Auto ttervle at"'i noy a.nn iria. Tnwi uornmi FLIT-MHTTII IV. IIHA1.KT. A. U.. m neNKtyrnwyf. va. Beechwood aM A Cultured and Practical Schtim for Toung Womtn, ThorougMM cnaotitnea. strong rorart Alms to dlseovr and d-velop Indtrldna aptltud.s. Qlrls are prepared for aelf maintenance and to meet responsibility of life. College and Preparatory Depart ments. Music, Art, Domestic fteleeiee Secretaryship. Expression. Physical Edv estlon Normal. Kindergarten. Swtsa mine Pool. Athletic Fields. Addreaa M. If. RRAdRR. Ph. II.. PpssMasil Itoi 415, Jenktntown. V. , 'i l.lTITSt. PA. LINDEN HALL SEMINARY Pnr 172 venra It has ben tslTsratlffie trathlnir nunic wotripn for worthy 1' Aims at niKnfm. nivf innmeni 01 Dtxiy, ann cnrfcirr. av-rovine-w , npnr. inmc hrrnr 11?. Brnuttful. healtnftt! tlon. Comfortablq hulldlnpa. moderQ mni. uvrnnnniimi ATiaTnir. Preparatory Mulc. Art. Dotneatle Betftartl JnnlAv TTt Teemi.l rev, r. w. hthnwhi, mi hot inn, i.inty. r. WWARTHMORK. PA. MADV 1 VMM crunAi "lrt"' -W IwVIIWVe. fl A home afhool. Handaom nw fli reeiaenr nan. Murooor ciaaareoma. prepuratorre houaehold art. KPnrml inr courfa. An nuraonr Mrnviiirw. AMra Rax lflOff. Swarthmor. Pa, QVFRnnooK. pa. Mi Cx.wurx.r1'a Sennnl vm fltm-1 m manr. .. .W. , Tfrfia . j raaT.1I-?tE..-a mm i nil islM rkm sa-.,..j UCTTi'v,ffii :.. " flvrfffl e: i;va ..f!J 'f"t,.S"il j&Kf'jl -.m7'v rfiT i UHBHBJ' ji axfSJa Phlln.. Pn. Collef rrep. and aerJt5? S'J muraea junior ana -Mumcm urvim, AllueCK . 13:2 J nomettc Holenrr. Cnrrlaae calli fairW i" V a r ---. .. t.l. -.-..a . 'T-Ti i 'k 1 MISS S. JANET SAYWARD. Prlnelpal.' .T Hi mim WEST rflF.TK. PARR, t DARLINGTON SEMINARYSy FOR GIRLS. WEST CITE.TKB P. ijocsiea on a ou-scre escaie in ran tie's moat beautiful farming country. rusve. An. niu.ic. r.xprrniion. Ai Crsfta and Rome-making Couraea. Preparation with certificate prlrll catalog, mot sin v . CrTRlSTTNP! FA AW RTT5. Peta, CIIAMnERSniTRO. PA. PF.TSJN TTAT.T. .- - --.. .. .---i CRAMBKRSBURO. PA. ma. PA. vJr f51 nlrls' college l'reparato nsge ano special courses. T.n... Rooms with nrtvata Dsslum and swimming pool. Raiea. uaisioa irn ti-wi, aisy eacn ysar 1 Atlantlo City. Work continues nslntei Add. Frank S. Maglll. A. !.. Prln.. AleT-KN'TOWTf. PA. Cedar Creat CS&R!V New bides.: OS acres. Decree courses. An, voico. r.sprsisiftn ana nnnM Two-reer courses. Cultural. Seen nBTnLBTIKM. PA. ninRAVIAN RRMINARV U'nilltV. Rethlehem. Pa rollece Qrades fully nocredlted. sain. j. n. ficwoii. rn NEWARK. DEL. Women's College of Del To woman deslrlna a Ubaral CDder Ideal conditions ot home lite, the en e uoueae or ueiaware oners hi esportunltlta at extremely low coat, ed tn a beautiful and healthful rea hour from Phllsdelahla. For eataloa wrlsa MUs WINIFRED J, ROBINSON. BsS, nfsHni. iiriswsrt, LTJTHF.RVILLE. MP. Maryland College -4ti I lsSI FOR WOMEN llg ill COUtte preparatory ins years' Hiaterv Pnllaa Domestic Science iu mues rri luiln Espresslon INon-Sectarias , Address President Reass for Cetalx .......... .. .. WAHHINr.TON. P. f atil Insliiule ai07SStreef.N.V. WshHison,D,C. Rerulsr ltlsh School and Colnare Pi r-nura-a Hnselat Certldeata Con Arts. Journalism. Short Story WrUsaav dcrnrten Normal Tralnlns, DoBMetM ence. Business course. rmTummmuimrw Mrs. Nanette B. Pant. .LL.B. Auuor hor et "Paul's Parllameatas I asNtHts ChautaaaiM as) irk. Allaatte City. N. J-tJutm,; Fevt Park, u 1 va 3gfaf aa:?M vSM'Ml aSSm 3& i f m trin rnrisna JLsUV, ''-y . PrintMlAMB V-J'v. Ited. OmmiX. 4f'- -44k ffl Hk raa s SSeJ& asal . g? rSKi y" 5!M -c- ; ffif A B-aedM m aaS -t tm Seksal sa &$ ZSffmrM mm STEAMSniP NOYIC-ei l2T?9ffi COASTWISE er i ir-j-'. STEAMSHIP SER . 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