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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. 1918 '
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GOSSIP OF THE STREET
REASONS FOR YESTERDAY'S
DECLINES IN STOCK PRICES
P AS SEEN BY LOCAL BROKERS
German Counter-Attack and Appointment of Von Mack-
ensen Thought Partially Responsible Trend of
Bond Prices Gcssip of the Street
AXPIEN Prifes declined rather sharply In virtually the whole list, cs-
peclally during the Inst hour of trading In the New York stock mar
. ket yesterday afternoon, there were three reasons advanced In brokers'
' offices and In the Street for the declines.
One was a rumor that the directors of the United States Steel Cor
poration might not declare the regular dividends and the extra, at their
meetlnp yesterday afternoon. Some said It was hinted that the, powers
, Jn Washington had given a hint on the subject to the directors.
Another reason given wns the news of the counter-attack by the
Germans on the Allied forces. And the third reason wns the appoint-
m fment of Von JIackensen to the head
( A few minutes after the close of
, ' was disposed of by the action of the
aivldends and the extra 3 per cent.
As for the second reason, more encouraging reports were coming
In from the war front; and ns for the third, many expect It will cease
as a factor In Influencing the trend of the market.
Bonds Show Slight Gains in Four Years
The principal of a well-known bond and investment house drew at
tention yesterday to the trend of bond prices on the New York Stock
Exchange during the four years since the beginning of the Europenn
war, and showed that with few exceptions bonds are selling today -at
lower prices than when the stock exchange closed down on July 30,
".1914, and reopened November 28, 1914 Ho showed that of fifty-six
' leading bonds traded on the exchange at that time only four Issues show
i an adVanco today, and many of these latter aro commanding a higher
. price because the corporations Issuing them have enjoyed un unusual
prosperity.
t Public utilities, he pointed out, show the largest decline, which is
due to the fact that their earning capacity has been seriously affected
clrcuiIstances arising out of conditions due to the war, more es
J ; peclally the high cost of labor and materials. As for industrials, they
, nave as a class been helped materially by the war, while railroads re
ceived direct aid from Federal legislation.
-Expect Revision Upward of Profits-Tax Bill
"The comparative mildness of the excess-profits tax law," said a
certain broker yesterday, "as approved by, tho House Ways and Means
. Committee, makes one feel that It will be revised radically upward, and
yet It is hoped that legislation on this subject will be les3 drastic than
' ' had been anticipated.
"Under the committee's plan," ho said, "the excess profits and in
come taxes on the earnings of the United States Steel Corporation, It
the earnings were $300,000,000 this car, would run from $115,000,000,
leaving $31 a share for the common stock, to $246,000,000 on earnings
equal to last year, or $457,000,000, leaving $36 a share for the common
Block. These estimates would assume
undistributed and 12 per cent on distributed taxes.
"In the calculation," he concluded, "the Invested capital of the cor
poration Is taken as $1,100,000,000 and no change In the current dividend
rate is allowed for."
There are only slight changes in the Government bonds from day
to day. Inasmuch as most of them have had advances In the Iutt two
or three weeks, a little irregularity is perfectly natural, but it is meas
ured by small fractions. The trading In all of the roads continues on a
very fair-sized scale. Among the foreign Government Issues the Anglo-
French 5s and the City of I'arls 6s continue In the most active demand,
' but throughout a business session the fluctuations are within a rang, of
about half a point. The dealings in Industrial bonds on the stock ex
change are on a very small scale. A few of the railroad Issues are being
i steadily bought by careful Investors. Union Pacific 4s, Southern Pa
1 cific convertible 4s, Atchison general mortgage 4s and Northern Pacific
prior Hen 4s appear to be the favorites. The report of the Southern
Pacific Company for the last fiscal year conclusively demonstrates that
holders of the company's bonds need not have the slightest apprehen
sion regarding the ability of the company to pay Its bond Interest.
f; Many of the Investment houses In this city continue, to report a fairly
good demand for high-class long-term bonds nnd high-yield short-term
notes. As the time approaches for the launching of the next Liberty
, Loan campaign the demand for theso and other securities is expected
to slow up.
i "
Long Silence on Mercantile Marine Unbroken
A customer in an uptown broker's boardroom yesterday remarked:
' "Isn't It near time we should have another public statement of some
kind about International Mercantile Marine? It Is not their policy to
keep quiet so long."
'. It seems an authority who claims to know what the company Is
doing, or rather what the directors are doing, hays they are "still con-
I sidering the deal nnd, as usual, trying to straighten out the tangle. This
authority claims the English Joint owners, who were agreeable at first
to the deal, have changed their minds and are not particularly anxious
now, as it is said they would have to pay over 60 per cent of their re-
' ceipts to the Government. There Is also the matter of operation by the
United States Government to be considered In all Its ramifications. The
' directors do not know Just how much to charge off to a Binking fund
for ships lost, and while the Government credits the company with the
, full value of each ship torpedoed, the actual cash has not yet been paid.
, In this manner the International Mercantile Marine has a large sur-
' plus on Its books, which cannot be paid out until the Government makes
' an accounting.
Enormous Expansion of Corporation Activities
t Reference was made In this column yesterday to the number of new
Issues which have been approved by the capital issues committee in this
country as compared with the amount of the new issues approved by
the British Treasury 'since a similar method went Into operation. It
: was shown that for the first six
of the corporate Issues approved
$33,275,000. Compare this with the following from the regular weekly
letter of Henry L. Doherty & Co. of July 29 on the subject of "New
Corporation Financing": ,
' "According to figures compiled by Dow, Jones & Co., corporate
financing In the United States sincp the close of the third Liberty Loan
"on May 10 has totaled $414,675,000 principal amount, compared with
i $308,057,085 for the first four months of the current year. Of this large
1 amount of new financing It Is said that only $109,044,000 was for tho
purpose pf refunding or retiring maturing securities, so that some idea
may be gleaned from the figures regarding the enormous expansion that
Is going on In corporation activities as a result of the wiu
"Substantially all this new financing consisted of short-term note
Issues bearing Interest at rates of 6 and 7 per cent, which were In most
j Instances offered to Investors at prices to yield between 7 and S per
cent or more. Dow, Jones & Co. state that the corporations of the
country obviously resorted to these short-term Issues because of the
high rate of money at the present time and on the theory that after
the war money will be plentiful at much lower rates, when tho short
term securities now being Issued may be refunded, If necessary, by long
term bontjs on which a lower Interest rate may be secured.
Son of Gen. Deary Joins Army
lUrrUbure, July 31. Karl T. Beary.
son of Adjutant General Beary, has
enlisted as a private, In the regular army
it the recruiting station here. The
youth, who Is not et twenty-one years
of age, has been conducting his father's
jewelry business at Aiientown.
rnoTQPiAYS
THEATRES
OWNED AND MANAGED BY MEMBERS OP
THE UNITED EXHIBITORS' ASSOCIATION
BELMONT B2D AB0VB MABKET
. Pauline Frederick
In "THE HUNGRY
HEARX"
F CEDAR 00TH fc CEDAR avenub
ISeasue Hayaknwa 'VaTest way-
rtM ikii a i am. tt Iiliiolewood Aves.
VA-U-UINIM- aas ind s-.ib p. m.
ALMA REUBENS '" W&S.,
sQOLISEUM 'J1. Bt "P"1 "
9imrimj!m
of the German armies.
the stock exchange the first reason
Steel directors declaring the regular
un Income tax of 18 per cent on
months of the present year the total
by the British Treasury amounted to
PHOTOPUAYH
STRAND Gtn-Av at Vcnanso.Cof Broad
ELSIE FERGUSON
In 'TUB DANGER MAIIK"
EUREKA 40TH MAUKET STS
MR. and MRS. DREW
In ' PAV DAY"
FRANKFORD "l5 ran"'r'1 Av..
Douglas Fairbanks ' g K(llow.,
II IMRO FRONT ST. A GIRARD AVE.
JUI1IUU Jumbo Junction on Frankford "W
Barbara Castleton ln "TH01.,'..
I CC KT 82D AND LOCUST STREETS
L.UV-UO! uti. l:3, 8:S0. Eves. 0:30 to 11
Sessue Hayakawa taB'SvBr wxr-
KJIJQJ BSD DELOW MARKET ST.
KJkHU mNNtv-1 I
Philadelphia Markets
, GRAIN AND FLOUR
. W"BAT iif eel pm. n7.-i.nn bu.h. orrer
i.i.t ,9uolall"'"i L'ar loin. In export rlo-
standard nrliea No. 1, ml Inter. :si',
:-..' . . "I. Pn. - SIM No I hard
S.Tjf'V2-?1'! -V . ' "'' winter. Rarllrky.
t- 01: .No, U. red u titer 9 mi v., nr,h.
ern spring, fu art: No s, hard winter. I'-'.IH.
.3, -. rrd "Inl" Krllck. v!Sl! N.i. a.
K-M,r.',ri 'J:,v !0 3. northern spring.
?.H.2' No ?: hard winter, 1J.3J. No. .1 red
winter. garllckv. IS an
.A0"? Urcelpla. none' Demand wnp llaht
and prices were lo lower Quotation": Car
.A 'iv 'vbi trade no s -enow. SI 87u
sj No. J eIlow. II MR. M.
...:.:Vr,,'r:Hec'?lpt i"n- bush Trade was
erv nltlef nnil nrl,.... .. i i ,.... --.. . -
.,- -, 17--- ..',n "'u iii uuiri, in, III
Quotations: Nn -J white. Sll'4 K7e. stand-
arn wnuc. Mifi ftiiifcr. No a white. MWi
flJi, ;?, 4 white. MffSV,
r I.Ollll llecalnla lllMi noil II l ,..
Trade was quiet, with no Important chance
in prices Quotations' To arrhe. per llnl
lbs, packed in ns-lh. sacks Winter wheat
pen. niu per cent dour, till -- S? 1 1 : Kans.isH
;v -..' ",w mo per cent Hour. Ill -I.W
i." iiSJV.'lK. wheat, old. Ino per cent flour.
Ill 3oTJ 11 i.i
IIVB 1'I.Ol'lt was stenilv hut nulet We
quote at III 7,-.Tlo 7S Per bbl . In sacks, as
to quality
PROVISIONS
The market ruled firm with a fair lob
pine demand. The qunlatlnns rtnRcd as fnl
lows: city beef. In seta, smoked and
ir-drled. -17c. western beef, in seta, smoked,
Ij' 'I" '. knuckles and tenders, smoked
5 "ir-drled. 4Re, western bef. knuckles
and tenders, smoked 18c: beet hams 1(10,
BPJi1 'WyiXi 5233: hams a V. cur-d
loose. 30ft31c: do. skinned. loose. 30O
sic. do, do, smoked. 3aO,14c: other hams
omV cl.y cured as to brand and aeraite.
.rtln-' hams, smoked, western, cured.
81R3Jc: do boiled, boneless. 4He: ptcnlc
mokd. 24Hc: bellies. In pickle, accordlna
to aterare, looce. S2c: breaktaat bacon, as
to tirand and nerace. city cured. 41c:
oreakrast bacon, western cured, 41c. lnril.
western, renned L'nni'ni.c. lard, pure city,
kettle rendered L'nisrsnijc
REFINED SUGARS
J2"T",nd..WH" falr ""d the market rulod
nrm on n basis of 7 S()c for fine itraulated.
DAIRY l'RODUCTS
i ,l"iESB The market ruled firm nt the
.1 if J,a5c",,,l,h I'mnl readily iibsorblnn
.... .,,, ,, .r, ,,,-, i mk ijuoianon .New mrK,
Mmir-mim, iurn, iresn, -ii'4 (-jiiic. spe
oi"!",hJ,1:h'"'...dn' ',0' ''r l" w"l, fresh,
?.,?'. "Iseonsln whole-milk tnvc
HUTTnn'-Demand wns fair nnd the mar.
ket ruled stead under moderate supplies
The quotations follow Polld-packed cream
r. extra. 4.V lilirher-acorlnit Roods 4UB
48c: extra firsts. 44'jc, firsts IVilfrHr.
seconds. 4J 43c finc brands uf prints Job.
at 4nw4i'ic 'K'' holc'' "' s"c- talr to K"0'1
KdCIS The limited receipts of strictly
nne crrs were promptlv clenncd up at Arm
prices Quotations Free cases ntarh
firsts I12 1nri3 2n per standard case, lur
rent receipts. 112 nit per case, western extra
firsts 112 nnwi.l 2(1 per case, firsts J12 tin
V.tf,1n.""' f"ry "elected crrs were lobblns at
4Dtf?.ilc per dozen
POULTRY
LIVE Demand was fairly acllie and the
market ruled firm, with supplies well under
control The quotations' Tow Is. 31 w
Jv0; .. ap;'inlt,W;ken7" not I.eRhorns
'"S'U.Ha t1 f ,S?S ln,"- "P'oee, 38(iJliir welEh
Ing IfflH lbs apiece. 3,-i137i white Leu
nor"" ariorillnit to sl70. .'lUTn.-e, rnn"t rs
2.i pile: ducks fekln, sprlnsr, :l.13."c.
do. do. old, 24r.lnc, do. Indian Hunner. 20
W2ic Rulneas. per pair. I13-i014.-. pIr.
eons, bid ih.t pair, 40(i45c, do, ountr, per
pair WiMnc.
I I)R1..SS,I.) Fowls were well denned up
.and firm Urnllers were quiet md easier
Quotations ranged ns follows Fresh killed
'fowls In bhls , fnny, dr-plike, r,ini- se
ileitcd, 374c. welRhlnir 4 lbs and oer
apiece, 37c. smaller sizes. 3,1ft 3(lc old
roosters. ilr -picked. 2Se, lirollInK ihlikins,
wesiern. rancv. welRhlnR 2 lbs and ner
apiece. 4HBI4e, snmller sizes 41 b 42c,
sprlnR ducks. I.onc Island and Pennsjhanla,
34 tfyifi'A ( , squabs, per d07 n. while, wclah
InR Illi?12 lbs. per dozen. IM(S21. do.
welRhlnK t)10 lbn per dozen. J7W7 Ml. do.
w-elRhlnK K lbs. per dozen. Silt? A no, do,
welRhlnir 7 lbs. per dozen S4.fiOn do.
welahlnR (1(9(1", lbs. per dozen. S3S14. do.
dark. Sl.riOD2..'i(l. do. small nnd No 2. SIU
FRESH TRUITS
Peaches nrrf more plentiful and n shade
easier Other frultfl met with fair s ik- and
xalues centrally were well maintained Quo.
tatlons- Apples. Vlrsinl i. per lib: 2 Miy'l;
do per &-lUN)1el basket, riOctrSl 2,"i. do. per
bushel baskt, SlW2 2i, peaihes nenrulu
per (Ifbisket inrrler. Klberta. tX'itX .Ml, do.
OeorKla per bushel basket, 3,3,r,(l, tin.
North Carolina, per (1-liusket ciriler. Hello
nnd F.lherta. S31 7Si do, Texas, lilbertu.
per bushel basket I.IGr.t 2.'. lemons, per box.
I S"i1ffl. oratiRi1". rallfnrnla, per box. S'Hrll.
prapi fruit, per bnx I4a: ldneupples Porto
Woo, per crale. S3BS, Rrapcs. Cillfornlii,
per 4-basket crate S4I&M Ml. pears Call
fornla. per box S4i"o4 SO, plums. California
Iper I basket crate. SI ro(o2 AO; nprbots.
l allfornla, per crate, 521(3, in, cantalnupra
North Carolina per standard crate. S2ft3,
do. North Carolina, per pony rrate $12
do. North Carolina per flat crate, alii (ff
SI Ml; do North Carolina HUIrwiivs, pei
standard cra:e. S.l'u 7,'i. do North Carolina
Rldswaa. per pony crate. S2fi?2 fiO. do.
Delaware and Marvland per standard crate,
S2.50tf?3 2.': do Delaware and Marluid. per
pony crate. II 2: do. California lurlock.
per standard trate, S30f3 50. do California.
Turlock, per flat crate. II finffl 75. do,
Arizona, per standard crate S3ri(&4, do.
Arizona per Jumbo crate S3CT4. do, Arizona
per flat crate. SI r,!! t .7Ti: do, Arkansas, pi r
standard crate S33M. do. 'Arkansas, per
pon crate S2Er2 5(1, do. Arkmsas per flat
crate. SI. SOffM 75; watermelons southern,
per inn S30&75. do. southern pel larload
12000430.
VEGETABLES
The market was Renerallj firm with tie
mand nbaorhlne tho limited ofTcrlns' Quo
tations: White potatoes Norfolk per bbl
No 1. S3 50O4 25. No. 2 SI ."0W2 white
potatoes, i:-istern Shore per bbl No 1
S4.2.'i(f'4 7.1. No. 2. S1.5IIW2 50. white pota
toes Jersey, per N-buihel lnskel No 1,
hOcPSl: No. 2 4fritlle. sweet potatoes
Jersey per hamper No 1, S2 MuffS. No 2,
S1.25S1.75; lettuce New York, per irate.
nOofftSl 25; peas, New York, per bushel
basket. St. fiOfi"-'; onions Jersey, per -bushel
baskit. S1.25fl..'n do. Jersey, white,
per bushel hamper S2W2 50. do. western,
per too-lb. bait S3 5nff3 75. mushrooms
rearby. per lb . CQiffEUo
LOCAL MINING STOCKS
TONOrA't STOCKS
Rid A"k
Jim Rutlr " J;
MncN'amara "' '-
Midway 4, V.I
Mlznafi Ext n J1'
Montana 1f ;
North Star " ' "I
Rescue Kula 0l 11
West End ... 1 l's
GOI.DnEI.D STOCKS
Atlanta ; "4 ''
Iflue Hull "1 "J
Hooth '''
Dlamf II n "J '
Daisy .' -
Kewdnas "' "?
Oro "1 !
Sund Ken .... "1
Silver Tick IH ..
MISCELLANEOUS
Arizona United '
Nevada Wonder y '
Tetona Mlnlnff . .1- '"
CHICAGO BUTTER AND EGGS
Chlrnno, Julv 31 11UTTEII Receipts
nfilll tubs Firsts 41Vv Sfl3c, seconds. 41W
4LV: standard 4A 944e
EGGS He.'jIplH USUI uses Ursls 3TSj
S8c; others uni banned
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'VAIMOVA ln
"TOYS OP FATB"
A DrVl I Pi 2D AND THOMPSON STS.
ArULLU MATINBB DAILY
. Jl'NR IM.VIIKli; In
"A WOMAN OF IlEDKMPriON"
ADPAnlA CHHSTNUT HEt. lorn
AKCAU1A 10 A. M. to 11:15 P M
SKSSl'R HAYAKAWA In
"Tlin CITY OF DIM FACES"
RIURBIRD
BItOAD STRHET AND
HITM(JlrKHA?iNA AVU
DOUdLAS FAlrtHANKS in
"SAY, YOUNO FELLOW"
PUJODrCC MAIN ST.. MANAYUNK
EMPKtiSS vtATINEE DAILY
-" ALICE nRADY In
'THE KNIFE"
FAIRMOUNT M,lW..S15Ai?Si;
VIOLA DANA In
"Ol'i'tmi unii
A ifI V THEATRE 1311 Market St.
FAMIL" Y M M to Mldnlsht.
1 " H1IPF.RT JULIAN In
"SCANDAL MONGERS"
rsTU C"T THEATRE Below Spruce
56TH 3 1 MATINEE DAILY
-" MADOK EVANS In
"THE LITTLE DUCHESS"
GREAT NORTHERN BMSV?ffi
MAB MARSH In
"ALL VVUJIAJV-
IMDCDIAI BOTH WALNUT RTS.
IMrtKlAL. Msls. 5-30 Evks. 7 .
MRS. VERNON CASTLE In
"TUB NYST.F.RI0U8 CLIENT"
LEADER 4l8T MnNeSAr?.T AVa
BUSINESS CAREER
, OF PETER FLINT
A Story of Salesmanship by
Harold Whitehead
Mr lriffffieaff utll nimeer your bicifiirs
QtTSflfc'S nil f,lllit(i. ArfJiiM nii rrf(lnn nnrf
rinpotiiifiif. AnK noiir qtirsffns clrnrlu nao
.T a' ",e fnctl. Your torrccl iiomr naif
iin nrrss until c Monrd lo all Inquiries.
Those which are nnoniiaoiM mint be ftfiiorrrf.
.Insiccls fo leihllllnl qnrslloas HI be sent
bv ninlf. Offirr qiiestloiis Mill br nitsicrrrd
In Ihti eolnmii. 7ir moil Infrrrsfliiff rroli
rni.s of tnqutrlra v III he noicil la(o flic
sforu of Peter Hint.
CHAPTI3II CL1V
IVi: niMJ.V Morklnu on u life Insur
ance prospect for two weeks and
eery day I thought he was all ready to
land hut somehow 1 could never lirltiR
thltiKS to a close.
Perkins, the sales Instructor, told me
to call on him to help me out whenever
I Rot In a hole, so todav 1 s-cnt out the
S O S. slcnal
"Tell mc hoe,- the case standi," he ,
sal1
"It's like this," I licK.m This fellow ,
Nolan's his name was a lead mi
hae nie. He was n prnvpeLt of an I
RRent that left the MaRnltude
"When 1 called on him lie said he
wan thinking aliout it, hut wasn't ic.idy
to tnlk business with me"
"And whtt did you s.tv"' I jumped '
nt the sound of the oloe, looked mound
and saw- that Sam lloldnnn, the nuctit's I
manacer, had Joined us Most of the I
fellows are a hit scared of him
I guess
It's because he has such a big Job and
knows how to take rare of It
"I told him that when the long whisk
ered gent with the scthe ciinu around
SI MMKK KTsnitTS
MH.llWOllll. N. J.
ILDWOOD
rt BY-THE-SEA
yndWILDWOOD CREST
Spend jour vaca
tion, week-end or til
summer here, where
I, you will lind splendid
-ea bathing, ex
cellent fishing
and refined
amusements.
Five-mile lioard
walk lined with
fine shops a.id
piers. Debt rail
road service we
ever had. I'ast,
frequent trains on
-g- both reads as follows:
PENNSYLVANIA RAII.Itl) Vll
l'lilliiilelnhln tn Wlldnood
IV.-ekihivs
Errwralon leaves Market t. Whntf
T-00 A. M. Return fare, IncluJIliL
vrar tax. 1 3.
Express train return Tare, lncludlnir
war tax, S3 78
Leaves Market St. Wharf R 10 A. M.
Leaves Urn-id St Station tl 35 A. M.
(Extra fare).
Leaves Market St. Wha-f (Satur
day only). 12-21 V M.
Leaves Market St Wharf .'Satur
day onlv). 1 04 P M
Lenvrs Mark-1 ' VVhirf 'Satur
days only) 1-tn P M.
Leaves Market St Wha'f 2 00 P. M
Leaves Market St Whar.' 4 20 P. M.
Leaves Rroad St. Station 4 07 V M
(Extra fare).
Leaves Market St. Wharf B OS P. M.
Sundays
TTenrsIon leaves Mprket St. Wharf
fl'4R nnd 7 00 A. M Puiurn fare.
lncludlnir war tax $1 35
T eaves Market St Wharf S 24 A. M
7,aves Market st Wharf n nn A. M
Leaves Rrmd St. Station 0.33 A. M
(Extra fare)
mr.mrnnn to riiir.Anr-.i.rniv
Weekdays 5induvs
n -.-. A. M 4 04 P M (Hroiid St.)
tO'A.M (nroad St.) 4 in p M
! -.7 AM 4 IS P M
0 1 M 7 tn P M
1 -.1 P V (Rroad St ) S10P M
4 30 P. M S II P M
READINC. RAILWAY
riiiLri:i.rm to wn.nvtoon
Weekilavs
Ieiir!nn leaves Chestnut St Wharf
7 00 A M Return fare. Including
war tax 1 35
Express trains, return fare, lnclud
lnir war tax $3 7S
T-eaves Chestnut St Wharf 4 tn A M
Leaves Chestnut St Wharf W A M
Leaves Chestnut St Wharf 12 ID
P M (Saturdavs only)
Leaves Chestnut Ft Wharf 1 4n P M
Leaves Chestnut St Wharf 4 1(1 P M.
Leaves Chestnut St Wharf 0 00 P M
Sundays
nxeiirslon- leave Chestnut St Wharf
(i 31 and 7 no A M Return fare.
lncludlnir war tnx i 35.
Leaves Chestnut t Wharf R nn A.M.
Leaves Chestnut St Whsrf S:10 A M
Leaves Chestnut St. Wharf 11-30
A M
Leaves Chestnut St Wharf 5 no P M
wn.mvoon to riiif.Anr,i.rin
Weekdays Snnilnya
r. 47 A. M dsln A M
7 00 A. M 2-40 P. M
s nn a M. 4 sn p m
) in v. M. n 2n p. m.
4 an p m. o oo p. M.
n-ir. p m
For llhistrntel folder nnd detailed
Information address
w. cnrRTRiciiT SMim
Managlne Secretnrv Hoard of Trade
Wlldwood. N. J.
EDGETON INN " nJJ'"VJ mf.ri
appointment a. Mutlo
room, orchestra. Noted for excellent table;
white service. Cap 2rn Auto at trains.
Booklet. J ALBERT HARRIS. Prop.
NEW SHE.LDON JSSSTtf r
modern hotel. C.a
t&O. 3sv.; prlv-atA baths; rooms n suits:
tklt. Auto, p. J. Woods Own ms nsa-treeat.
WII.IIHOlin C'RKST. N J.
Tifatirn Near lleach and Amusements
IU3UV.U Full Ocesn View. W. A. Justte.
I.AKK Sl'NAPni;. N. II.
BEN MERE INN
In the foothills of the White Mts. on beau
tiful Lake Sunapee. Now open.
Booklet. I.. It. DUDLEY. Trop.
PIIOTOPI.A1S
333 M ARKET.f'ViViS X!8&H3
JEWEL CARMEN In
"THE FALLEN ANGEL"
IMnnFI 25 SOUTH ST. Orchertn.
ilJLJl-.l-, Continuous 1 to 11.
BERT LYTEI.n In
"TRAIL OF YESTERDAY"
PAF AfF K:4 MARKET STREET
r-W-V-C in A. M to 11:15 P. M.
rERSHIVO'S
CRUSADERS
PRINCESS l!$, J,A5K,ST,5'5BpBff
ENID BENNETT In '
"A DESERT WOOINQ"
RFP.FNT MARKET ST. Below 17TH
ltVllN 1 II A M. to 11 P. M
BERT LTTELL In
"NO MAN'S I.AND"
PIAI TO QERMANTOWN AVENUE
rvlAl-i 1 yJ AT THLPRHOCKEN ST
MARY riCKKORD In
"HOW COULD YOU, JEAN!"
RIVnl T B2D AND HANSOM STS.
tVV-Ljl Matlnda E
Dally
NORMA TALMADOE in
r if u-nr ii"
RI TRY MARKET ST BELOW 7TH
KUDI 10 A M. to 11:15 P.
MONROE SALISBURY In
"WINNER TAKES ALL"
M.
QAVnY 12U MARKET STREET
OWCI k a, t. to aitdn
Midnight
VIlll.A IIAWA in
"OPPORTUNITY"
STANLEY & YS.'ffS
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNO In
"thb cwr
Il""Tf".R I A stARKET 8T. AB. KTH
y iv. 1 wjrvl A a. m. to ii us p.m.
Mu
-."SJiWa .
'ftVTff''-mrmv'tx-awr
ho couldn't tell him he wasn't ready to
talk business with him."
"That's good. Did jtm think It up?"
"N'o, I got It ft out V C "
"Who on earth Is V t"?'
"Why, Cyril Croflnn I tjot a lot of
good dopo from him Sa, he's tho
teal candy Md nn that come-hark
stuff"
"Voung man," said ('oldman gravely,
"you appear to .be bright, but our
choice of Intigtiage Is Is '
"Punk?" I queried
"He's, hopeless," said (lo)dman to Per
kins; then to me, "Well, what thenttran
spired 7
"Oil, we chin-wagged a bit more and
then he said he'd talk It oxer with his
wife. That's where I got floored, for 1
couldn't think of nnj thing to sa to pin
him down to a decision thefe and then
That's why I want Mr. Perkins to help
me out "
"There are so mtnv logical and wl-e
answers to that old worn comment, 111
talk It over with my wife,' that I hardly I
know where to begin Iet me tell ou.
however, that ou should always artvKe
piosnects against such a thing, for nnco
they talk It over with their wives the '
business Is gem I alii killed" lioldman
i'r,i'i,i. ine, ,m.i .r.nilniinl
"Here's one answer ou cm Khe 'no
ml tnnk that's :t wise thlliB'to do" She
m ,,,0b.iMy think oti are Rolns to die
f ,nu take' nut insurance, so will ,il-
xs:e vu not tn Anil if she Is wIIIIhk to
hap' ou insure xour life In her f-i"r
j.nll n',iKht not pass tho doctor. Think
j,ow t nuhl wony her, if for some
mt)c thine. ou failed to pass. Hew
v,e would secretly worry and keen
watchliiK ou to sec If you were sUk
ATI.Nrit' t'lTY. NjL
HOTEL CHELSEA
OPEN all the year
ENTIRE I1LOCK OF OCEAN FRONT
TlYMORF..ATLANTican
Upridsgrfatest aaiEL success
PITNFY ew Vork Ave, near Hpnch.
"-! rirst-cliiKS table, noted for Hi
wholesome wcll-cookp.l food Cap. 2"0
l-nrtr". airy rmn open surround . bathlnn
from limine, free shower butha. 110 p wk ,
$2 up dally. JI J SWEENBY
HOTEL BOSCOBEL Tu$y Av r-m
Amir. A Kuro. plana llklt A. K MARION.
,VrnTKiv :?,2rrnrluV.T.;-hschrS.n BJ
HOTEL BRIGHTON
NOW OPEN
3.,th Season t'nder Ounersliln Mannce
ment. lteneh front Center of soeial
life 'n this noted family rejnrt Un
excelled vulslne Homelike environment
Write for llooklct. It. It. SOOY.
i Normandie-by-the-Sea
OrHAN CITY. N. 3.
800 rooms. 100 suites with private hatht;
n-n arteslap -well water: Ice plant; electr'o
I Hunt plant Elevators from eround floor
Directly faclnR tho ocean. Cuisine the. best,
i For rates full Information and hnok'6t ad
, Jress P. II. 8 CAKE. Manater.
" C'Al'B M V.7n. J.
, CVilrinial Hotel rtenovated throuxnout.
uoioniai noiei noom. wUn pr,yat,
hath, elevator. Opens for 20th season Jur
1 ISth W If CIU'RCIT Omr it lroprltr
i si'iiiM, i.iini: t ii. n. J
The Shoreham "'"iS1?,:.,"'"'-
Located on the lake, tiro hlorki fron orai
I katrdne beach R K PANOKNORTia P t-
SEASIOK PARK. V. J.
THE MANHASSET
Directly on the ocean front Capacity 300.
nooklet II HOSS TUKNllII Prop.
licrmnntnwn Academy has
hail a rerord for thornugh
training mid oxcellent t-cholar-Mlilp
blnce 17G0 The Infliifiiro
nf thobo gi-ni-ratliins Inspires
Iiovb to vvorK Send jour boy
In
Germantown
Academy
where jou know ho will get
the training jou want for him
Collegn prepir
a t o i y course '
Boys enter An
il a p o l l h ami
ffnt Point
from tho cad
r in y Military
drill and set-tlng-up
exer
cise! with gym
nns'yni work
All dav school
for 'rlm-irv and
'. n t c rmcriln.tr
1 o p a rlments
Novt klndergar
ttn In poparatei
IvilMIng vv I t Ii
grounds for
l'ltl hoys and
Rlrl I and 5
' e?r"! nf age
A ddrciii the
TT e n d master.
Mr Samuel E
O i h n un for
cstnlng lie- will
ilsn nrrango for
a personal In-
Hotli Ser
Preparatory Courses
Temple University
prepaiCS
young men and women for the en -
trnnen Gnminations to tho Collptro
of Liberal Arts and Sciences, also
for all state' preliminary examina-1
tions for admission to the profes
sional schools. '
1 The preparatory course is the
eauivalent of a four vears' hinh
school course, but students can enter '
anu near of the course upon preseii'
tation of the proper credentials for
the preceding tvork. It is in t,cssion
both day and evening. '
Senil or 'phone today for Catalog M-S,
'Phone, DlnmonU GUI
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
Broad Rt. below Ilerks I
Philadelphia
.-'ITIvtTytT.J1-'' '" L v tr
AMH'KV l'.XKIU N 3.
mBNhsV -&TANOAAD or cxct4txr:NC5
WS3 MORGAN (r RAR5QN3X
OCKXN CITY. N. .1.
I a
158th
Year
Opens
September
101b
If f At1lAll IsM
Germantown, Philadelphia 18
linrCATIOVAL
Why. man, It might make her really 111
With worry
Goldman stopped abruptly, turned on
his heel nnd left the room I mid Per
kins not to romo with me, as 1 wanted
to tiy that out for ms self
When 1 got to Nolan's ofllro he wns
out. so 1 left word I d see him In the
morning
As It was nearly n o'clock 1 deilrted
to go to Newark to see Ilosle I've not
boon near her since mv rotutn fintn
Karmdale moro than a week ago
I had a post raril f i mil Mniy rilllesple
' vesterday. so I went to mv boarding
I house to leave It there Itosle might spot
it otherwise If she did good garden
I stalks' So snfetv first for mine
1 1 half expected she would have a mad
on, but she was so swict and ulro I
felt as mean ns sin for not having been
to see her for so long
When I told her I hadn't announced
our engagement nt homo she Just sighed
and said, 'Oil will, I'ete old dear joti
are a man and know bet "
TOIlWs III sIM;SS Ill-Hill m
C'o-oirrnflon it Jrie mWilii in ffi
bqvinrvs rlnthc
(Sent by II M. S. PlttMiingh)
hat does th's menu to ol ?
tluinc Questions nswerrd
The l'ifer Flint Mtrs Iii in w 1 i
In Infill Ir me
I hue been in (hi wholesale r t f n '
Until Sevcs
Help Win the War
and rarn biff pay while dolnc It.
Thuiinil of men lia cone to tha
iront Tlieir plaint na expert 3 tenon
raphers. llookh epera and Serrrtrlp
must be (llhd by ou This li jour
bit Hnter our achool at unco and
quallfv for n Knod position Our Diy
and Nlnht Ctaara are open all sum
mer and son will bo trained quickly
and m.id efficient Are you pa
triotic7 rroe It todiy
Banks Business College
925 ciii:tnut stri:i:t
Strayer's Business College
1'hllideliihl I (trpntet lltitne rhuol
Ktp rt ttMi her Modi rn einilpim nt. Indl
Ulual adnnr"inent CharKi moderate Io
attlona mnr intend lii and MlIU fl.iSHe-i
"OH atinlriita now iitlelidlna KhtoII now
.lliI-L!ip',,ii"Ltf0, lMinni, Uillnut 3HI
sIlORTH M M 1lO()KKi:i.I'IN(i
Orrjrs nhurtlmn I the eis kjh-. d nxatem
ltus ii' w ' out n. h lh or ic Si hooW Unroll
nn titu Ti nil et the heaw and ln reuinrt r
d m tnd fo souiir men and wo tin n with
oftU .tiul Imfliiet' training our hiFefl will i
ie itiiinued iiv Hnii I'Miiiim tnru
out . oinln5 siitiiiiier months Oil or
write for 1 irtii iilm h ,md rata log-
rim.. msiNKss (H,i,i.(.i:
101 Clic-tm't street
Languages school
i.iii uir.xTM'T sTitr.r.T.
(rnlr-iuri' on ll'.tli Si 1
TrrtMt MY HP 1111(11 N VT ANY TIM1".
BIDDLE SCHOOL "r !,,rtdrc,aar'' !
4511 WALNUT VT. IMIILX.
Reautlful home environment bft dletrr
defects minimized by perfect method Mon
tniorl method nrfcede general education, i
Puplla limited No can honelei" iiooklet.
Hrjrviii nnsivrcis cocmsn
Grtgg Shorthand. Touch Typewrltlnr. I
Itookkeeplnir. Dav, Kvenlmr,
The Tin lor trlinol. 1003 Market Street
Teoeliers Hunted. Positions wnltlnir Krs
reKlst'n for Cohere nnd Normal -rraduates
Modern Teneher' Mureon. 1005 Market 1
UKON. PA
Acerwood Tutoring School
I. Talks to Parents
If ou have " n?innal ihild who Is not
so far ndvanind m his si tiool w irk as
hi. bIi.iiiI.I lie wliv lint srml him to a
si hool espiilaUv equllipi d lo unit his
needs' Causes ruin r than n ilif-itue
mind nn prev.nt u child from prim-ns-slmf
In school at the usual rat of
normal children l .italou a j minutes
from Philadelphia
Miss Devereux, Principal
BOX A, tli:ON, PA.
sruv-mtovr. p.
Susquehanna University
WEI.INSOROVE. PA.
Stronsr facultv Excellent bulldlnss. An
nual expenses $300 Arts. Silence. Music.
Theolocy ttc Cataloc.
Cll. T. AIHI'.NS. D I).. President
REAUINO. PA.
1 Schuylkill Seminary
I Reading's Junior College
Preparatory and Junior Colleco courses fee
all rollrgea and universities Co-ed, classical,
commercial mu"!o elorutlon and domeat'.s
science. Hates S.H7S Catalog on reauesr.
uiiv. v.vi;ill.. r. ti--i ii. . . w..
President
1 KivnxTov. p
WYOMING SEMINARY
A ro-educational nehool whr Invj n1
rlrld eft n lslon of th htuhett pur
loeei of life. Hxcepttonal teacheri In
try dept Colleee )reparatlon Ifuil
rf Music Art Oratorv and DomtIa
Arts hnd Science Military tralnlnc.
nmna.um and Athletic field Tit1!
ffar Endowed low rat Writ f-.-ritaloe
Andrea T T. Spracue. I. D.,
Ire.ldtnt. Klnr(on, Vn.
lVll.LIVVP.PnKT. PA.
DICKINSON SEMINARY
lo- Elfcthe rnur Co-ed Iaran carp
ru - irvmui all nthletlea Mr.O Catalo
. Addra Prfalrlent Tinx K. Wllllamnrxirt. t'a
WEST CIIETEK. PA
HhHlM Ui:sTi:U STTK OKMIjSrimnL
lioin rexn ..n to p i !i i-niupa i-nn
TIXIXANO Nj. J.
MAPLEHURST SCHOOL V,A''5?C
A select homo school for a limited numVr I
cf letarded and aubnormal chlldron. Sevaa
Uon .nrV oxrerionro itonklot P
AMI.MMS HFR.HT AHVH PrlnrlrvO
MANAMSA. VA.
EASTERN COLLEGE "A""'
Co-ed noar Washington D C. DeirrttM
rranted. all conrsoi Prep School Rate fSM
I Cataloa-. Dr. II U. Itoon. Pres. Ilox A.
A oiinc "Men mid Uom
I PREPARATION FOR COLLEGE
. Nnl C'lill erlro and State llmrd
1 ttSiVrriiriwrmiriSi
Hraltlne. Mrite, phone or dill.
i Brown Preparatory School
iiitoxi) m iii:rkv mui:i;ts
VII.I.NOV, P.
VILLANOVA
Appro.ed by U. S. War nept. as stsndsrd
techotcsl school. Eicellent courses Id
Clrll, Klectrtcal and, Meclisutcsl EDKloeer
ini. (irnduntes eliclLlc. for Commlssloni
ln Enjlnterlnj corps. Great need for
men trained In. these hranchef. L'ltislcal.
commerclsl and registered pre medical
courses. Prep. School For cat' Ilox TO.
R.r.J.J.Dean, 0 S.A.. Fret., Vlllsnova.Pa.
DKTIII.RIIILM PKF.PAUATOKV ML'IIOOIi
Prepares for leading college. Eitenslvs
grounds and athletic nelds. New buildings,
limitary Training. JOHN 1). TUUU.i,
U. A., Headmaster. Hethlehem. Pa.
HKIXKFONTK. PA.
UELLKrUNTU ACAUKMY Limited to 100
soipw m.n, 1& and up; athletic field and
nmtl mod. rate.t catlor. Mam.s x
Huhs. A. M.I Headmaster, Detlefauts. P.
MuBg. A. Jtt.1 MMOtnaiur. uimibi. .
IJiEPUCATIOHAL,a-v..l
I
fcllilTllsTiriSMM uj a.... a
Jobbing business for the last year, hnd con
alderlne conditions nm ninklnit tho business
Mtv
What w-av Is it b st to approach lartte
manufacturers In Irvine: lo open Tn account
with ihrm' You pruhahlv know that manu
facturers these ds are not wllllns to ob
tain new cusinnifis and I am Undine It verv
dlflkult to open i ihsIi ai count How should
I word nn letters tn thise llmis'
New kinds of iand paikaRcs (ire cnmlnR
Info the flilil How Is It best to convince
nn instomers to Inn these new brands and
lo icnvlnie iheni of Ihelr quolllles"' Klndlv
furnish me with a lli of trade Journals
K K
Put v out self In the inanufnctuter's
place If von h id Miur sugar consump
tion nit down to SO per cent of normal
and .ustomiis were clamoring for all
the i milk Ihev could gel. how would
von loo, upon a new firm seeking to buy
from von'' You would turn them down,
polltilv. of com so, but ou would turn
them down I do not think a letter
would help )ou at all The only chance
vou have Is to go personnllv to them
I'tid tell them vou would like to do busi
ness with them, not onlv now, but In the
fuliiip. foi many .vears after thp win
In olhei wolds sell them the Idea that
It would he gifcul busilKss to sill to vm
now to Insult? a good future rustome
Will lie Married in While Ilnii-c
Washington, July 31 Mlss All. e
Wilson, daughter uf Mi. and Mrs
Joseph It Wilson, of Riltlmoii and n
nleceof President Wilson, will 1 m.u
lied Tt the Willie House to the Hi
1-iiiu Stu.ut M Urov Jr White Sul
phui Spiing- W a . nn Wednesday
i ? nnnn.i.... ...
7. arcoirllns to nn
i mum enu-it hcio,
Entitle Mrn nml lto
JJII STNTIIII !,. P
ChestnutJIiU
Academy
n l-lr.lh InratrJ untry nOXRItlNt;
MI M M HOOI I OH IIO-
IiniKU'flll prT.iratlon for olliKe.
fitbiitltli h huil or bux.nemi HikIi
pf atandtnl of mholar-ilup ur
inalnlHlntd b (ompntrnt futultv
ilion for their abilltj to brliiK out
tin l at In Inns
The nrhnol N idn.illv altliated 111
the hlll rfffloH 11 mlls north of
Ih I la Twrlw acre r.impu lithl th
tieNlH Rolf lltiKc nnd coniptetelv
i nulpped ( mnaslum w llh awlninilns
po l
Ii pupils n well nt boarding
pin tit Separate l.nw r Srhool for
loH from si'.ira upward.
Sjrr.(W low rate for tl (
fiv hnnrdcrt
Tor i it iUtt .iddri
.1 ime I,iiwiti I'titterxou. lie iilm in
ter. n. M.irtltiH, I liestnut Hill, I'u.
HMtitisiirno. r,.
$nrri2it)urg Scnbcntp
A CnpIInl School ner n Capital CltT
A countrv nchool Tnunded i"8U Modern
bulldlnps laree eanipun Adiantaset of
email classes nnd indllduit ltilruetton.
Thorough eoll-go prepiratlon Rates
ir.OO to $r,00. Punervlaed athletlet.
Sepirate school for ouncer bo. We
Imlte closest lne?tlsiatton a peraonil
xli't If no'-nlble Write for our cata
lofftiP and plant of new dormitory New
Junior school bulldlne will b open for
f-.Ttmlrr term Address
AUTIU'K I!. lU'OWN. II. A.. 1Iendmiter
lVPNONMI. N. .1
imOMiffSB8 i
5 T'hero clninctcr, nnnlitiess anil i
honor vvlll ho ntelnpotl In vour S I
i hoy through the Military System.
5 Jie vvlll be nupht hoo to stuilv
how to learn Twelve miles from '
Phlla. The vmxnX Academic. Spe- S ,
5 clnl md Huslnes Courses A S
rataloR for tho parent nnd for tho i
5 hov. a hook of viena of Military b
! and Athletic lire
Dr. Charles H. Lorcnce, Pre..
J Ma!. Clavton A. Snvrler. Sunt.
5 BOX 412, WENONAH, N. J.
Wvvvauvw
.v.vvWVvvc
IJIli;siOWN. N. I.
BLAIR
ACADEMY
FOR BOYS
BLAIRSTOWN, N. J.
Healthful location 1 miles from Dela
rsre Water Gap. 100-acro campus and ad-
Inlnln (nrm I'erfeCt eUUlDmnt. b llADdi
some bulldlncs Supervised atliletiis. Doubls
enton
Preparatory School
Tx eparea bo for Jedlnff coIleKM n4
I'nl.ersltie. Illch atandarda New build
tin" biieclal department for bova mer 10.
A-.hletic teams Lame campus and ma-I
h.m Ten. s lino. Catalo on requei:.
visit the school Writ- nox 404.
Ullllnm II Itee.e Prlpelnnl Mlenloim P
( ni.vrijK. f.
i PENNSYLVANIA
( Military College Men Command
t Whll her gr.idu.it. h direct munitions' pro
I dui tu n man t. it I It pianos la down tha
li.irrit,'' .md po "oer the top" 1 M c
carri' on ' na stfadll and earn. t. ns
nir lur training of men for tho battles
of p ire or war
i in nun v no ir.ii, nro mo rnon w nn hnow
inior t nit n t T C Collosljto ouren
In i HI I rnmnot-rlne fhomIatr nconomlrs
n.i Tin nn o Preparatory and Junior
bch- "1m
Coi Chnrlfi V. IIatt Commandant.
Uo "iCi Cheater pa
Tli Mt T'olwt of th Ke-loni. mute"
KMIM. I A.
SPI ERS SCHOOLR,?,1,..:.i?".
COLNTKV IV NI IU)KI)IN()
efffre j. modern school to residents of Phlla
and thoso tn the Jclnlty of Old York Hoad
Jnklntnwn Hnnttnuilnn Vnlltv nlno hnnpl.
tnc dept Mark II. V Sttlera. HeiiflmoMer.
SALTsnrRfi. PA.
KlMilMlMJI'.Vh M'HINtiS M.' 11 1) OI,
Prepares boys for college or business.
Cltii-f pergonal attention Pootbatl and bas
tall fttld Golf Tennis New Ujmnaslum.
with tiwlmmlnc pool nnd bowllns alle.
strong roinpotltlve teams
Dr. A. M. UlNon. Jr.. Pra.. RalUhiinr, Pa.
rr..NNMU'nn. p.
I'rrklonieu tliool tor Ilojs ColleRe Prepar.
atory Mus.c Oratory, llaslness Aiericul.
ture All Athletics Junior School for
ounscr hojs Catoioeue Oscar S. Krleliel,
11. I lo 110. Pennsliurr. Penntiiliunl
xazvuhtii. p.
NAZKTII II I.I. .MII.ITAIIY AC'AliOll
ataretli. Pu. Founded 1743.
College preparatory and business courses.
Senior nnd Intermediate grades Hoys II to
18 ears. Superttsed athletics Modern
ttiII'isv trnloini; Catalog Address Ilox 308.
SWAKTIIMOHr.. PA.
Ml.Mnll.MOIti: I'ltKl'AKArUICV MflllHlt,
A school founded upon u hasls of trua sin
rerlt well equhned and ratronlzed by fam
ilies of the test class, bor are moulded for
highest manhood and tau.lu the true mean
ing of a useful life. A Friends' School, hot
pstronage is non.sectarlan. bummer session
lfrtle or httlt., "The Vision o Sunrthmort"
1 A. 11. TOMI.INtlX, Headmaster. Dent. 118,
Pwarthinorc, I'n. IM miles from Phils 1
IIACKEXSACK. N. J.
NEWMAN SCHOOL
IIACKEXSACK, NEW JERSEY
A college preparatory boarding school for C4
soys. UnCer Catnoilo auspices, timall clasaM,
gidliidual attention. Healdent chaplain.
JESSE ALI1ERT I.OCKIO. UL. D
President of the noard of Trusts...
C. E. DELBOS, Head Master
MERCEKSnilHO. TA.
Mtltcr.KMtlKLi ACAIIKMV otters a thor
ough pnslcal mental and moral training
for college or business. Under Chrtst'n mas
wrs from th. great unlv. Loca. In th. Cum
btriand Valley, on. of the mo.t ptcturs.qn.
apota if lArcer New rim. Eouln. mod. Wrlta
L,WrlU
ilrttM,
jer .w sn, uqx xi. Tsiftsam psaaw.r
ii v.. Ms.gana.t.ri .MawMtwa1af.il .';:. '
w
technical schools Mllltnrv drill Visit Blair Music Art domestic Science. Secretaryshlo
"? ".tt.'i,' "Ai ??,'.",.'". .Wrn" wr cy1 A- Normal Kinderitarten Swlmmlne noolAtK
jnnv C SII!PK 1.L.J1 . lleadmaUe ,tlc Held Arldreis liox 41.1 SI7 11 Heuw!
-i -- - I'h !.. President, .lenklntoivn Pi. ""'
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PRINCETON PREPARATORY
I SCHOOL FOR HOYS
Collese preraritsrr lor boys 14 years n
older, beautiful location, small classes: .
rellent faculty well-equipped buUdlnni
lame crounda; supervised utnletlci; iii
irar. Catalog on request.
J. B. FINE, ;;; Princeton, NJ.
rr.NNiNQTnv. n. j.
The PENNINGTON SCHOOL
Cohere and Terhnleal School preparation.
Military drill. THANK .MacDANIBU DTdTT
Headmaster. Ilox 70. Pennlntrton. N. J.
nnuiiRNTmrN. n. a.
Bordcntown Military Institute
Mental moral, phjslcal. military tralnlntv.
llordentown-iin.the-Delaware. Nesr Jcrnsy.
whit KNni.Kwonn. n. .
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IKl.IlONbCIIOUIe-Por.bori 10 and up;
l'J miles from N Y CatAlns-. Add. Hn tA
P.lvervlew Lodge. West Knglewood. N. J.
NElf TON. N. .T.
entun Academy for boya 9 to 10. Modsra
equipment. Personal attention. Catalo.,
Address Principal llox I. Newton. N, Tk
IVIIMKIKIIH). VA.
Fishburnc Military School
Nen sliiu.utio llrenroof Kqulpmeol
1'lepares for universities, business Itfs.
Oiiuuina admits j tilt colleges. Resultfal
mllltury tralmni.-. heauttful. healthful situa
tion, l.very cadtt participates tn annul
encampment at Grottoes on Shensnaa
Itlvvr. !i.lth vear Small classes. CataJatV
MaJ. MOIt(lN II. IIITKUN. Vrla.
Ilox .100. lttiTneshoro V.
Ot)l).TOCK. A.
Massanuttep Military Academy
Inculcates finest home tradition of tk
Old Dominion. Healthful location In but.
J!.ful...sn'nund.0.:,h Valley, loo miles front
Washington. Prepares for college, technical
schools and business Music, .thistles. ,
I'.'S onii Dlnlmr Uoli and Dormitory. L.lmlt4
to inn hpj itate. tioo Catalog on request.
HouarU J. It,ne!ii.fr V. M.. Jleadniastp
STAl'NTON. VA.
'' ""inlon Military Academy ".
Only (lorrrnin't'llonor Academy In Son1
uirKfst private ncademy In the Kaat,
I'oiv from 10 to 'jo ear old prepare
for the Universities. Government Ac.6
nui.-T nr uu,in,BB, uymnasium. svrimmlm
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Principal. St.iiml
J21RT HKl'llslT. MD.
TOME SCHOOL rrep.r.torT
Port Deposit. Ud.
QK LANK .PA.
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ii i:mi ias -iClionL ron OIRLS,
md Itoirillmr Dent. Oik Lane. Psi.
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Votinir Women and filrU
The Holman School 2S,JJ,TnvA',,1!
school with a renulno w-orhinB atmo
sphere nirla nml jounir boys developed tor
lnea of usefulness Vocational and cultural
training. Self expression. Voles Develop
ment Lessons In Presiding-. Close personal
attention In small ensses Auto service for
small hovs nml elrls Telephone Ixieust 13H.
ri 17 xitrrni iv nmr rv. a. n.. Priorioai.
JEVKINTOirV. TA.
IIK.I.CIIVV OI1II M'lIDUL (Inc.l
ror jouna- omeji widely practical anal
Mary Uron Nrhool for Olrla A homo school.
Co. prep household arts, gen, fin. course.
New fireproof bides. Alt outdoor actlvltlo.
Catalog Addreas Hot n8 Swarthmoro. Pu
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Linden Hall Seminary
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ovnnnnonK. pa.
Miss Sayward's School for Girls JJJ-
I'lilln.. I'. Colleirn prep and secretarial
rouraoa Junior and Mustcal Depts. Athletics.
Pomotlc Science CirrliKa calla for pupils
In Itala, C-nwd Morion and Wynnefteld.
Mlgq H JAVI1T SAYAVAnn Principal.
west niETrn. park.
DARLINGTON SEMINARY
roil CURLS. WEST CnETFU. PA.
Located on a A0-acre estate In PenniylT
Kla's most beautiful fnrmlnc country. Laa
ruaao. Art. Music Expression. Arts sai
Crafts and Ilomo.maklnc Courses- Coll tea
Preparation vet certlflcato prlvtltii.
Catalog. Pot nin
CHRISTIN't; FAA9 T.TB. Pr!a.
ciiAMnrRnrnn. pa.
PENN HALL
cnAMnEii!iirRf!, pa.
Olrls' Colleee Preparatory. Moderm las.
rtiare and special courses. Certincat. priVT
na special courses. Certincat. prirf.
Rooms with private bath New viaL
private bath New i
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Catalos and views May each year spent at .Jl
Atlantic City, Work continue. unlnt.rniuS; WM
Adrt Frank Mnrlll. A M.. Prln.. Ilf IK -3
AI.I.KNTflWN. PA.
Pnrlnv f rAcI- COLECIE FOR WOMEN
seuar tresi allentoiw. pa.
New hldgs. ; A3 acres. Degree course.. Planar
Art. Voice. Expression and Home Economic.
Two-vear courses Cultural Secretarial. f
nnTiii.viiEM. pa.
l)Mi:X. Hethlehem. Tn. Preparatory "ni
Collees Gradea fully arcredlted. Opens Ssot.
SMh J. II. Cleuell. Th.n.. President.
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Women's College of Delaware -.
To women desiring a liberal edttcatlM ' '"
Oder Ideal conditions of home life, thslwoan" ,
en's College of Delaware offer. umitctflnHWi '
aVDOrtunltles at extremely low cost snVnal-V.SL.
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College lOfrls from 3J Statsa
Domestlo Sclencj lip mile, from Rait.
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