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WTr. Jmw 'VittSW.rW ,r'w .if ."T TI " J ?;" j a : r - i? - "rJY- ? '7-: T -t ' i f' iT-j'.1 lis. ftp- K9K tViMW ICES HIMSELF LOAFING ON JOB Moran Wasn't Kept 1 Uh . Cmahhh . xjuoy aim uuiiimmi Easy Berth ffA.tyiia has a perfect right to fire hlm- fr-hr a change. In doing so Casey ran established a precedent. SpRMoran did it without consulting any- KMy. Casey worked for the bis bag- ?JedlnK plant at VnshlnBton Park, lie 7L.S Li. 1 i n .u. i.t. x-- r.i" iiiuiscii lur iuuiiiik uh ma jyu. ui Wthat he chose to be a slacker. He says fr;fc,had to loaf. fcveTnere 'was not worn enoURh to Keep RwWlr coins, so he lust cot tired of It. jttt.out one of the form dlschnrne cards iJHMtt. he as head of the RalvaRe depart- VVDMit had used manv a time tn thin nut LUelS fc'- .. . . . EHlu xno payrou ana wrote nis own name on It. K' Casey handed the card in at the office Jl m ..If.-. a l ..- -... .-. tjjfy employment manager to figure the mal ar xer out aione. it is snm imp company Is loath to pnrt with the services of the man who Is declared to linvo set the Cf" pace for all the great ravaging of lum- ber am; other material around the Mg jrAhlnyards and other Government Imlus ? rt-s-.i. Until the war started rtiaey was a ,yj newspaper man .as mich ne nns worked rrom the Klondike to the (Hilt nnd from t. Seattle to Boston. ' ',I1. . M . ,. wunin a lew wecj;s nner .vioran started his salvaging activities lie sis. .tematlxed the work to such a point, he jjfer cays', that he could In twenlv minutes riJ fell hie twen lirMt- t mir In 1hf.li tt hMn . V " . . : J !-" day, and then his own day's work was Ki. Virtually done. "It's too tame for me down there now." hB?M!- ald Cnsev. "I want work- I don't lfnnw whflhpp llinv nrn nntlQfltid with mft rSE.. down there nr tint, hut f knmv t wiih tint ! ' ..-.. : Baiisneu wun my asj joi, so i e gone on a hunt for another." Business Career A Story of Salesmanship (Copr.?ht. Wr. Whitthrnd tv til miswcr vour bumne ?QVCMtiou& on buying. ncllUu, nd'trtib antt 9Vploirnent. Auk uour tiicstioiitt clrartu nul ivBi J'l'f aH "''' f. Your f oi riff tirmr an it i&r 'lull addrevs must h t.ikrd to all ivtinirtr. . Thone tchich are otmitymon inf br io noted vfir Afittrrrt to ircitnirai iiursitnuH v ill nr irtit in this column. Th tno-t uitrimtHio prob )em of inniitrm wtll he uuven hi to the atorv of Peter Flint. CLXXV I'm mighty glad it's Monday TjjHEW! irc again. I certainly bad a fierce time ihlg week-end feel better now, but Jitn mlny crickets' The last thing I wrote about was how I got hat Mr. Featherstone to agree tr, eee the doctor for an examination to find out whether or not he could take i Insurance with the Magnitude I.lfu In , urance Company. ' As several of the other fellows had failed to lalse a flicker of any kind from Featherwtonc, I was feeling kind o' stuck on myself. When I got to the offices Jof the Magnitude I made my report to Perkins. As soon as I had done so be took up the telephone receiver, got con nected with old man (Joldman's otllce and said, "Flint's come In now, sir " For a second he bela ibe rece'.ier to his ar. then hung It up nnd said, "itun J right along Into Mr lioldtnan's ofllci " J. At first I thought it meant that I was colnir to have I lie can tin onto fthw, but somehow I felt it wasn't that, for I've been doing prctts- decent lately. Only last week. Goldman told me that if I kept on hs I vvaa going I'd make a real Insurance man some day. As soon as I got Into his otllce I saw Goldman and dad I could see at once that dad was upset, but, of course, I -'didn't k.novv what It was about. 'Jold snan Immediately got up and said. "Flint, your father wants to have a talk witli .you, and I have told him thnt )ou can Use this ottlce without Interference." As he passed, me on his way out of the S office he put his hand on my shoulder for a minute ns if he were going to say omethlng, then he patted -me once or twice and walked on". "Hello, dad," I said "Hope ou bad K good time in Philadelphia." "Peter, my boy. sit down." I did so. Dad was Just roc!.!ng back and forth Vln a swivel chair, pulling nnd biting at Shis lip, a habit which he has when he is worrying over someth'ng. After a min ute he began- Peter, 1 have Just come from New ark." jg, tvordy, I groaned to myself, "lie Kjitaont like ltosie." WT ' "i met XIii''' i'er hile there and br:- , had a long talk with her " SK 'Tea. dad." "I am afraid, Peter, we didn't get on Tery well together." "I'm awfully sorry lo bear that, dad. Tou see ltosie Is u bit different from what we are and you probably didn't understand her and .-he aidn't uuder atand you, and ou sp " "Yes, I see," he sal'd" giunl.v "I was very sorry, my boy but 1 am frank to confess that I thought ltosie a rather jf? Impudent, empty-aeadid chit of a g rl who woman t d me ttiuu ui a ne'pmnie my boy would want for nil his life Perhaps I have mlsjuJged her us she misjudged me. for a I left her she called me a 'stuck-up ha j seed.' I flushed at this. "Peter, my dear dcur boy." and here dad got up from his chair and walked around toward me. "Po you really feei In love with that that girl"" certainly do" Somehow the veiy ,e dad began to question whether all r'ght I felt that I wanted Otosle more than anything else tn tne jiosic anu me nave oeeii much aMot together, dad We've nau iome pretty tough sledding here in New ;Tork. She doesn t make any too mucn money ana i nuven i uau nut;u i.n I. of help tnat i e maue any iw ich myself. , "Have you gone short of food, Peter? ad asked quietly. I. "No, dad." I felt sulky. -... 1Atr vnn t.-nmv that that jkfXver Blrl Is not the kind of a grll you Would IIKe to introouce ai nome. SAThen my temper ran away with me. gjfe IF- " TO BE SOLD BYTHE I: ALIEN PROPERTY CU STODIAN rfr.VT 117 A OTP AJTIUIM WAoifc e$ ' lMh dav of Autrust. 1918. at 10 Cinse. Stone Buildinir. Central and X rwlll offer for sale at nublic sale, P Miti as shall be determined at the M mn or less, now located at the McK.enzie ana winslow warenouse, ran uiver, iiass. r Alien Property Custodian. For further information concerning terms and conditions of th above le apply to Horace O. Kllbourn, Room S18, 110 West Jnd Street, New Yort City. .. JOSEPH F. QUFFEY, ., Director of Salts. ' "i i: W. CASEY MORAN :arr,:rrr.sas.c.. discharge record ' Hum Roll N. Dili limit - Casey Moran lUt Aug 22 OessMtien Toelt O. K. P Roll Olio ' Supervising rorettan gy TKaf. Frl. Sol. San. Moo. Taoo. Wee. tlowro Worts Hews Hoar Roto Eftmse Chmi Ci.ttA iw. Pold tuts Pus Mot enough work to keep ma busy 'Caoey1 Moron M"" " Caeeylloran c""' Paddy Uaxdi NAVY YARD HOUSING PLANNED l S. Soon Will Let Bids on 576 Hotnc9 Plant for construction of S7C dwell ings to house workers of the Philadel phia Navy Yard hae been completed !) the commission on industrial housing. Washington, rnd bids will be asked In i few i!.ik The houses are to lip bul't on Oregon :inu Jnlinston avenue, and sopnth. I'arlen, Tenth. Manliip and Thliiecth streets. They will be of brick, two stories high and In rows, ('niuitrncilon will start us soon a possible Klgures as to the c i.' of i ach bruise me withheld In lln InUuslrla! bousing commission. ht-aiisi it might give bid ders some Idea nli.u prices u .isk WAH HALTS KXI'T.ORKnS r.cklc) IJ. l.ovc r.pc(Iitioii tn r,jiit ... r.i.lniinnl Because of tho war 'lie lVKIi-y Jl Co.e. Jr. expedition to Kgvpi lias been postponed for nt le.it n joa', It !j an ntiiriciMl h.v tiio l"n!eislt .Muse'iti lit I'lnrencf S Fislur who w.is to ',,:1d ti exnedit'on It. is . i .'ilnrr,l u , mh. mtuu.1.1 misSiiiu In tile lltltMi :irmi .ltnl nu.ral nf his assistants hale joined the Hid Cross. of Peter Flint by Harold Whitehead I'US) I Jumped up nnd aid, "And why not" Who are we thit we think we arc so ail-fired Important? IJosie s father was .1 coal merchant in I'ennsvlinnla be fore he died, and you are just n diugglst. 1 can't sec that a druggist Is an.v hot ter than a lojI merchant Upsides, dad, I am old enough to look after myself and if I want to marry Hosie I.ever. bv lod' I'll marry Hosle Lever, and that's all there Is to it." "Would nu marr.v her. Pelt r." asked father In a strained voice, "if you know that she couldn't very well come to Farmdnle and meet .vour friends? And ',Mt "'" "ould not be hnjipy and com i fortable with us, and "Oh." I biol.e in. "so that's II ' Look heie, dad. if jou want to do the Mern p.irent act, go ahead and do It Damn it a.l, I le managed to get along so far without you and I guess I can continue to do It " ".My boy, my boy. don't s.iy anything you will be sorry for You are going over to Newaik this afternoon, aren't you?" "Well, reset e your judgment until you have talked with Miss I.ever." Then I got real mad "Damn it all. have you been saying anything to that girl to some In between us?" "What of It?" . "I told bet.' said dad. "that It would spoil jour life If she married you" ".My floil '" I roared. "That's more than you or any many have an.v right to say" I clenched my fist atid was about to hit dad when the door opened, and tlolilmati came In nnd said, "Flint the cashier wants to give jou jour money" He walked in between dad and me as If to pick some papers off his desk I kind of got a hunch that lie saw mischief was brewing und upset the brew, as It were. TO FIND HOMES FOR CLERKS Emergency Fleet Proposes Bu rean for Women Employes Kmergencv net Corporation olllclale '""i"' 10 loirn a bureau to look after tne welfare of .voung women employes, Its chief function will be to provide nde- qunte, leasonably-priced living quartets. Charles PIP7. vice president of the fleet corporation, announced this afternoon tills move was lielng considered, as a serious shortage of stenographers and typewriters is teared unless home can be found for several dozen voung women. ' It is planned to have the bureau In . charge of a competent woman Miss lillzaheih Ktilglit Kckcrt. In charge of lecords In the personal division. Is men-1 tloned us n possible appointee. The Inadequate housing facilities have aireauy caustd a number of resignations. "l"NMi:il RJX1KTS ri.TlC CITY. N. .1. ' I lAYMORc.ATUNTiccrnl I lTO0flSG!foTEST HOTEL SUCCESS HOTEL CHELSEA OPH.V AM, TUT. THAR KNTIHK IU.OCK OK OCHAN' KRONT Wcstirunster '.V; "fc."-,,". JitVV, (4 .;ir 51-u up wtTkty s; f,i up dtlr, CIIAH ll(lllri ruim i HOTEL BOSCOBEL Sjgtuc"v; "" UCIl Ahvny open nn.r Knrnn nliin llklt K MARIOS' ESMNOT()N. I'.. TinJeum Inn "n ",e I'lr. Cafe itnicum inn A (jrll D,ni.,llir JIon WVd fi Trl Cii C'hlrkyn ti wafflw dinners srniNn JKE I1E.CII. N. J. The Shorehom Spring ljik. nnua. ivew jerrer, tciited on the lake: two hlorku from oc.i t.thlnic bi-li. K.K. BPANOr.N'HBRO. Pro KKAKinn rAKK. x. j. THE MANHASSET Directly on the ocean front Capacity 300. Booklet II ROSS TURNER. Trop. v .JSotice is ttcreoy given tnat the un- dersigned, A. Mitchell Palmer, as Alien rropeny uustoatan, on tne o'clock A. M.. at the Bowen Ware- Davol streets. Fall River. Mass.. to the hiehest bidder, all. or any sale, of 2200 bales of cotton .waste, said Bowcn Warehouse and the A. MITCHELL PALMER. ititX L L A. m. LL k A. L 11 "FIRES" HIMSELF BRISTOL LABOR DAY PLANS I i ratio of ations Arranged by Merchant Shipbuilder Ta1ior Hay I to bo celebrated at tho yard of tho Merchant Shipbuilding Coi poration. Hrlslnl. with a "parade of all i nt.m." th" Teutonic allies cxe pted, f i o-'r-fe. anil lb' launching uf tin j.mts v 4 olid sh'it Tin' pat id ith MOikmen of many na: imnlitlrs In lu III traorH IJrWtnl and Hirihnun In tho Inornlnp The lanncbinj; !. Hhiidultd for -o'cloclc In tlir afteruunn. On ibo Tturda' following T.abnr Pay the Merchant shipbuilder.1 will bavo a picnic at Uurllngtnn Island Park. MitjTIV i:it1t dirk bulliltr nt TTii! Isl.tnd refofrpn fn th fnl tb it h i:itinr Him nt h- lilttoil h In ivr th llf nf m.-Mtm hum in Ivin ' IVb 11wh nt 1 "'-' Vortli T'oni -r.iti 1 fr rt nnl ttv m n iou i(f.i in i d Io.l tn lii' moil ) Wini.im S"tli IMi" Winimhotriilnp Mn-t ulvi - 1 to otk 't HiC lolnpd The t t. " xinti'T'i nnt I n fp ilu 4 ncn whn llrb mbm i' '1 In ttt bloofl trnnfii.nn nt i "h I .1 Inhi i lmTiln Th nll nt . ulT' Mm ulth "y i nleli"!" iin'tnl'. ' Kih r riixni'l"'! t im il -llfi n- nt insert l tn tlii rc-n'i' r " th' lniltnl Mi'nnr'tli" nnd h' In. 1c-on lnfrtrmrl tliot tits Hirnn'O put th firm r Ilur Inlmd uorkmm mi th road to rH if "j . JIMMIH MX I.I TV. "T th N York hi! r I llbrirv iVo't-tin-nt 1 ft Sitnrdt fr ! okn x-'ctiin nil lb- nthr Pbr ir ti pUpxpn 1j'1'i In irtlMl fi ilin'- no b lu p rrt with bun MullfU 1" In )n with nn' of niouc -tT'. Lost Klrl Hut no's sphinx on l IV Miibtr( t jipri mini" rrrnt nhpplntf tnurn nnd nihor cutil( lnu urtlnns 1m- s t th whole lllirnn f!tMrtmrtnt thlnKInc and B-n-sHlppin too now th t Mullen 1 on with hlH iMKkotH nilod "Hli Ptivlntr" Mulifn mid li. tn K"lnc tu Atlintlr Olty hut tht nn much ai nnvbotb prm to know nbout bis trip. f 5 HURT IN MOTOR ACCIDENTS AH Victim of iVcck-Entl Mis liiips liniiroviiif! Five persons who were Injured In ku lomoblle accidents esterday weie re liortctl Improied today In a cr.ili between a motorcycle with n side car nnd nn automobile on Tor resdale avenue last nlRlit Albert Somp, 71 HI WiMiinnmlntr avenue, and his six- year-old son, TCiennrd. were injured. valter Sehoepf. C31 West Indiana ave nue, who was also ridlnir In the motor cycle, was sllRhtly injurnl. The drlier of the automobile, Josei'h T.yscownslfi. 2700 ISist Cambrl.i street, was arrested Struck by the fender of an automobile which sUldded tlilrtv teet. nine-year-old Samuel n.iblnky, J47 Dickinson street, was hurled against the cuihstone nnd reeehed a fraetuie of the skull. Heba Shane, eighteen jears old, 1234 Marshall street, stepped In front of an automobile on the Northeast Bouleard nnd was badlj Injured. She Is In Frank ford Hospital CHILD KILLED BY TRAIN Kour-year-old I2a Pollnskl, HID South Kortj -ninth street, was killed es teiday bv .1 Ienns lvanla Hal I road pas senKer tiain at Flrt -fifth street and IMschall aicnue With lier Hix-year-old brother, Henry, the little Klrl was currylnc some (lowers to plac on her mother's gr.ie in Wood. larrN I'emeterv Clearance Sale Blank Books, Stationery B Manila Copy Sheets, 75c per 1000 Stenographers' Note Books, 80 leaves, 75c per dozen Ledgers, Journals, etc., at pre-war wholesale prices Stuart Bros. Co., Inc. I Manufacturers, Stationers & Printers I 410 Market St. r.iirOTiiiN.i. fSjy jjajjl iHl LMPWJl 7 w!l4KvMHHreflDeu3fllittnl4$ vV&tiZ&IEGBSi'KEl 157 Years Old and Stronger Than Ever Since 1760 Germantown Academy has taught and trained Philadelphians. We're legitimately proud of our enviable record because it means that now, when your boj enters the Academy, he benefits by our years of experience and high standards. Germantown Academy trains boys in thorough study and directs them in play gymnasium work and athletics. Thorougli college preparation. Military training (army setting-up exercises and drill) will be given this fall in con junction with the regular gymnasium work. It helps keep boys physically fit for possible future demands. The new department, a kindergarten, supplemented with Liberty Tadd system, will be ready in September for little girls and boys four and five years old. This department is conducted in a sep arate building with separate playground, but adjoining the building and grounds. All-day school for 1st Primary, 6th and Upper 6th Forms luncheon at the school. 158th year open In September. The Headmaster Is at the office from 9 to 12 every school day and can be seen personally or reached by telephone Germantown 4140. Germantown, PLAY WEEK GAMES , GIVEN WAR NAMES Patriotic Celebration Opens in i Recreation Centers 400,000 icrcation Centers 400,0( Children Will Take Part Patriotic play week, marking tho cloS' Ing of the summer recrentlon cenfers, opened this afternoon when boys nnd girls of the city under fourteen years moved to the Chester City Hospital; The of nge took part In the first events of a . company's own chief surgeon, Or. H M. . o, , Armltage, sticks to the patients though long progiam of "fair play" war games. wherever they go. and their comfort Tho patriotic rallies nnd exhibitions "'"1 welfare nre looked after until re ... ...... . ..-.. ..t.. l?over:-..-NoC.nr' their families forgot. various are uciiig neiu in me ""'" i"- grounds throughout the cit. The cele bration will continue dally until Friday Today was set n-dde for tho children, Hip piogram opening at 1'30 o'clock wltli baby parades, followed by rhyme and finger plays, singing nnd the diama tlz.itlnn of talcs. These were followed bv games for the little children, song games and plays, The-wartime recreation drive is being held at the suRRestion of the children's bureau of the Board or Kducanon iinu liie woman's committee of the Council of National Defense. K.ich pi.iKronnd Is named after an army cantonment nnd the itaines nre ca mouflaged with war mimes. The sack nice becomes the "tank tance," the hop, skip nnd Jump Is "erosslns tho Marne.'' tin- i.ires .11,. "first to Ileilln." nnd tlie potato rice the "cinnon-ball dash" it is estimated that about 400,000 chil dren will take part In the exercises throughout Uie week. Tomorrow has lip, n set nlde as "A Day In a Training f'limp " Wednesday as "Allies' Day." Thur-il ly as "Anuv nnd N.ivy Day" and j Kiid.i as "I'amouflaKc Day." COP 'OFF DUTY BANDITS FLEE Clerk Suva Patrolman Refined to' Pursue Hold-Up Men I A policeman Is said to hae refused to ili.iso iiitomnliilo bandits who held up and lobbed Morris Augenbllck, pro-, pilt-tnr ot a diug More at Fiftv-seeond ami Arch streets, in his store two weeks i ago. because lie was not scheduled to go mi rtutj foi ten minutes This w.ia Hie testimony of a clerk em plnM'd bv Augenbllck at the hearing of H.uo'd lloffmiti and llylaud Williams, .nested in .nnectlon with the tobbory, li"foic M, gistratc Mecleary at Central Station t'Kla.N , ' After the hearing Captain lining said, the cleik would be take to tho l'ifO-, fiiuitli and Media streets police station tills afternoon, and would be gHen n ihincn to lilentlfv the pntiolman Huffman and Williams weie held for . uit H was testliled Williams diove a tnxlctili in which the bandits went to i the drug store, but lie Hunted knowledge i of the lobberj. Shirt news for men $1.00 for fine Shirts Worth $1.50 & $2.00 IT'S our annual clearance and every shirt in the big lot is marked down from regular stock. Fine madras and percales, smart in line and attrac tive in patternings. William H. Wanamaker 1217-19 Chestnut St. EniTATIONAI. Philadelphia J1U" I - '' hhm ill llH U ' 5--, w. - iffiiiiir"" ( : im mm IMPROVE SHIPYARD HOSPITAL, Clicntcr Company Cnrcs for 4000 Cnsos a Month Improvements have been made to tho Chester Shipyard Hospital, which make u w of the best-cquipped and most imndflrn hlnnaa nt 41.. 1.1.. . .1 ,try. The next Improvement will be an entire new building Insldo the yard, ino Hospital was started nbout two .v ears in go In a one-story shed Just In s dp the main entrance, but the hospital staff lias managed to get along there very well. Full treatment Is given there In cases .of minor injuries, but owing to lack of rnnnt llm ion. .miss Jinrr et UurrowH. the mm pnny's visiting nurse, comforts tho rela tives In many ways. All acute nttacks of Illness while on duty nrp attended to In the vnrd hos pltnl The monthly avcrnge of cases treated at the hospital runs up around 4000. in two vears only two legs, one arm nnd one finger have been sacrificed at the ard Many compound fractures nnd dislocations, which a few years ago would have necessitated (imputation. .have been Rueeessfullv trentnit u-lihnni such sacrifice. Doctor ArmltaKO reports. lloth Seies J2A Arxr,f mnTMM. BUSINESS COLLEGE EVERY YOUNG AND EVERY is wanted at once to fill good-paying positions as Stenographers or Uookkeepers. Thousands have left offices and industrial plants to fight. You can help by training to take their places and earn fine salaries. It is your duty. This is the school that will thor oughly prepare you for this patriotic service and start you on the road to success in life. Most up-to-date courses in Business Ad ministration, Secretarial Wook, Bookkeeping, Accountancy, Ste nography, Typewriting and Civil Service. Write, 'phone or call for our free catalogue. Day School Begins Sept. 3. Night School Begins Sept. 4. BANKS BUSINESS COLLEGE AND SCHOOL FOR SECRETARIES 925 CHESTNUT STREET FRIENDS' CENTRAL SCHOOL SYSTEM The only private School with ele mentary schools in various parts of city. Thorough education from kin dergarten to college or business life. Gimrded companionship; close per sonal contact with skilled teachers. Special attention to physical train ing. Keparato departments for boys nnd Klrls In senior school, llconena Ninth month 21th. Year Itmik now rendv t Write for Rnte. I'EKCIVAI. TAYLOR RKX. KMMA llAlt.NEN WAI.I.('K. Artlns I'rlnrlnnls. l.-itli anil It uro St.. I'llllaitrliilila BANKS' COLLEGE ? U'lillnl'r.0ua ntirl nfttliral AL)lIltY are poor, nsnet. but motVrn fffl rlency comes onlv through irainliy 1.,- ..niPtlixil rniir."4 pnnhl0 you to dpcurn hiiiI hold a nosltlon at u fed m,n I tn atnrl n. j. 'iht Af-cMit. T?nfrrniifi ftmc "" " ';.,."',mv; " i . ;i.i;i.i a j ' A rnf'inin -i.. i iiiiiiiirunuu m Thousands of Positions Now nvnllnble to jottni: women In Hall rami. (iernment Work nnd Yeonunry. Well-trained utenoBrnpherR & bookkeep ers to till the aeaneles left bv men, Tho rout of our course to trMn sou Is small nnd It tHrtes nbout 'M) d.tn Our Kratl uates hold Rome nf the best positions In the city Write NOW for booklet or call. 30-Day Business College Vurkuny Hide,. Ilroad & Cherry Ms. s 3CTje Upman cfiool "UEIXII KNOLT.." !Stl T.anraster Are. AKDMORE formerly knoun m Minx lulls' Hrliool. Mnln Line Prnnth Klndcrcnrten nnd Prlnnrv for both boys nnd Klrln. Junior nnd Senior flrhool for Blrln only, Itus nervlro frnm Wett 1'hlla. via Oierbrook and Merlon. Opens Sept 3(1 Artdn-nt . HISS It. II. STEEN. rrlrrlnnl. THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ARTS Draughting. MAthfinntlrf(. Mechanics. NAVAI. AnCIIITKCTKRK MrhnnJowl Drawing for Young Women. Short Courses inmates11 DooUkeeplnir. Shorthand. Typewriting, Eng llih, Penmonithlp, Dictaphone. Comptometer. Day and eenlng eeelons. Start at any time. IndMiiunI Instruction. r.M.Mrn orimor.. in sonih inth 1 1. Palms Business College "J,,,0"- Day nnd Kvenlng. Roolikrpnlng. Cli II fri Ic. Frcretarlal Touch Typewriting, Knglliih. etc Attend the lft. Indlvlduil Instruction. Hlect patronag. PhonB Pphip tr.r.2. MI HnT" Tr-lnlng Sclionl for Kinder-Brtn-r. Snoo Wnlnut St., Plilln. Junior, Senior A Orad'mtp Coursa. Prlmarv meth. nde. Practical Klndprgortepa Itotnc llkp Stu. dents' resldenco For partlcMlwra add. de lnld T. Illman.rrln., SBOO Wnlnut Kt..Phlla, Teaflien, Wanted Positions waiting. Fre reirletr'n for College & Normal graduate. Modern Teflfliera' Itnrean. 100? Market St. Mlf.TXnlVIT.T.-K. T.AKnASTKK CO.. PA. 8TAT1'. NORMAL SCnOOI. Deautltul ram- pua Uxcel. table. Stron? Facultv. Tuition free. Kail term onena Sept. nth For Infnr matlon addreea C. II. OOnlllNIKR. ITIn. WEST? rUKSTKR. PA. WEST CHESTER STATE NORM XT, SCHOOL Both aeiea. 1220 to " O. M Phlllpi.Pnn. KWOHTOV. PA WYOMING SEMINARY A co-educational school whew boyt nnd vlrla ct vision of the highest pur poses of life. Exceptional teachers 1q every dept. Col lore Preparation, BusN ntss. Music. Art. Oratory and Domestls Arts and Science. MllUary training, Gymnasium and Athletic fields, 74th year. Endowed low rates. Writs for catator. Address L. T. S pro roe. V. I President, Kingston. P. Younr Men and Roya IIARRISPURO. A Central School near a Capital City A country school founded 1780. Modern buildings, largo campus. Advantages ot small classes and Individual Instruction. Thorough college preparation. Itatea SoOO to 1600. Supervised athletics. Separate school for younger boya. We invite closest Investigation a personal lslt If possible. Write for our cata logue and plans of new dormitory. New Junior school building will be open for September term. Address ARTHUR K. UROVVN. U.A., Headmaster NKWTON. W. t. Nowton Academy for boya 9 to 19. liod.ra aaulpment. Personal attention. cataioj Adores. Prlnelpal. Ro U Newton. N. tvrr BMiLKwnni. N. j. kUELDON SCHOOL For boy 10 and ua. LTi"" fiSlASWft.u SCENARIO TO SCREEN AND IN BETWEEN Photoplays and Players to Be Seen This Week at Local Theatres Kntherlne Harris Barrymore, of the famous Barrymore family, Is one of the cast In "Tho House of Mirth," which Is nt the nccent. little Briscoe, who will be remembered ns n I.ubln ylnyer. Is also In tho cast, Cecil B. DeMllle hns directed anclhe: bis production, "'Till I Come Back To You," which 13 at the Strand. In Its cast Is to be found n new name, O. But' ler Clonbough, who has heretofore been known as Gustav on Seyfferltz. Ho Is now directing I.lla I.ee, the Paramount star. Organists are an Important factor In the presentation nf a movie and Otto Schmidt, of the Leader, Is preparing a special program to be rendered In the near future. Miss Delmar, daughter of Jack Delmar, of the Stanley Company, EDUCATIONAL Both Sexen m Patriots Attention! MAN UNDER 20 YOUNG WOMAN E HES ft LPHIA, PA.JW PIIILADEL Department of Commercial Education INTENSIVE WAR COURSES 11c!n Spptember 3. Exceptional ndvantnncH re offrretl to students who register before September 1 The rrElxlrntlnn ofilrrs nre open day and c enlns, evert Siiturdny nrlie for Cataln-; 31-10 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY JL nronil ft. h.lnw Ilerlm A rhlludtlnlita Training for War Time Business Service Tske ndvantne "f tb peclal war time courts Ht Tetree School so that you can help fill th" places of those who have cone to war. Trained younff women have greater opportunity than eer be foro. Write for 54th Year Dook. Peirce School Pine Street. West of Broad Spring Garden Institute BROAD AND SPIll.V OAItDnN STREETS ItCriiNlAL MJHUOL5 Automobile Klettrlclty Machtnu Shop Prac tice Machine Shop Mathe rattern Shop Practice J look Illustration Freo Hand Drawing Mechanical Drawlnn A rchitecturalDrawlnff matics .tittiueiniica Dav Clussefl Electricity & Automnhltft. .1 PM Illustrated Prospectus. Opens September 23 ESDON HALL" Chestnut Hill A school of lndlldu.il Instruction espe cially designed tor the idur.itlon nnd devel opment of chlldnn who tind It dllllcult to nroKress In ordinary schools, llro.nl shaded lans. Supervised emf, Kaslly accessible to Chestnut Hill It It. Stntlons. Iteeldcnt and day pupils. MISS LXWKKXfK. I'rlnclnal. WORTIIAKII AND llOOKKKKl'INI) Ocr graduates are In constant demand. Ooo4 raying positions await you. Oregg abort hand, the easy, speedy system. Complete business and secretarial courses. Day school bow opent night school opens Tuesday, Sept. n. x,nroii unv time, uau or writ msja or inn particulars nna catalog. UTlsB Tmr a nmivvcii r VVr nnd 'College nf Cemmrrre 1017 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia WANAMAKER INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIES 23d and Walnut Streets Opens September 19th Send for Catalog Strayer's Business College Philadelphia's Greatest Business School Expert teachers. Modern equipment. Indl. vldual adiancement. Chartes moderate. Po. LtiSne.uarantefd- Dy "n't Nluht Classes. .JSrS.tu1."1l"Jiow.aMen5Ln'' Enroll now. 07 Chestnut Street. rlione. Walnut 3SI. THE TAYLOR SCHOOL A distinctive Butlntls School Quality instruction In Orecit .Shorthand. Touch Typewriting;. Hookkeeplnfi. Quallfylnu for Hlah Salary. . Day; Kvenlne. Let us send l'HBK trial lesson, also ill cat., etc 10.03 MABKKT NTREKT WIRELESS TELEGftAPHY CIIAI.5IKI18 INSTITDTE. IM8 ARCH ST. Classes for men and women: private periods. Call, write or phone I.ocuit 3384. OAK T.A1STJ. PA. OAKINE COUNTRY DAY ftcnoOL irlilta Road. Oak Ijine. rhlla. 0-lcra farm, Special attention. Domoeratlo nuit. Ases 4 to I. Motor bus. Booklet. Yonna- Men and floTS BLAIRBTOWN. K. J. BLAIR ACADEMY FOR BOYS BLAIRSTOWN, N. J. Healthful location. 12 miles from Dila ware Water Gap. 100acre campus and ad joining farm. Perfect equipment. 8 hand some buildings. Supervised athletics. Double gymnasium. Preparation for college and technical schools. Military drill. Visit Blair and see Its ndvantsaes Write for ratalng A. JOHN C. MIARrn. IX. D.. Headmaster. HACKKXBACK. N. . NEWMAN SCHOOL HACKENSACK, N. J, A college preparatory boardlns school for 8 os. Under Cathollo auspices. Small classts, tadlvtdusl attention. Resident chaplain. President ot th Board of" Trust. C. E. DELBOS, HMd Mart Mfir ml Is the chief musician fit the Tllvoll thea tre and her faculty of "playing the picture" s one of the reasons for her success. It is difficult to accompany a production with an Impromptu musical score. Scenes taken at the Itlverton Yacht Club's Aquatic carnhal are 'an added feature of the Stnnley news this week. "The Hun WHhln" Is the big production scheduled there for Labor Day. The first Wot Philadelphia showing of D. W. Griffith's newest production, "Tho Oreat Love." Is nt the Locust. Henry B. 'Walthall returns under the Direction of Mr. Orltnth. There Is an exceptionally good fight scene In "The Plunderer," which has William Farnum no a star. The Fifty sixth Street Thcntre will hae the play on Wednesday. Edgar Lewis made tho production at Fort Lee, X, J al though It Is a replica of a place In the western part of the United States. Photoplays will be an Important fac tor In the programs of the William Penn, which openss todny for the fall season. Vltngrnph and Triangle productions wilt be shown nt the Nixon nnd Colonial theatres this season. War Training for Women A Call to Service Trained Woman Secretaries are needed to, speed Government Work One of tho Government's great needs is for trained secre taries and statistical workers. To help supply them, Drexel Institute, in co-operation with the U. S. Civil Service Com mission, has prepared special training courses. Graduates of theno courses will be eligible for certification to posi tions under Civil Service. Tho certificate of graduation will be the basis for rating; no further schol nstlo test will be required. 1. A four months Intensive, course for High School graduates who arc (iinllflel In Stenography nnd Typewriting nnd hao had ono year's experience In business. 2. A one year's Intensive courso for college graduates. Specific technical and statistical secre tarial training of high grade. 3. A two years' courso for High School graduates. DREXEL INSTITUTE Mollis (lodfrey, Sc. II.. ling. I).. I.T.. I).. I). C. I... President. I . Philadelphia, l'enna. In aildition to the above courses, Drexel Institute offers intensive Courses fit Dietetics anil an Engineering Course under tho control of the ( ll'ar fJrjinrtmcitf. Ynnnc Women mill Girl WKST CHESTER. DARLINGTON SEMINARY FOR (1IRI.S. WKST CIIKTKR. PA. Located on a CO-ncre estato In Pennsylva nia's most btautlful farming country. Lan guage. Art. Muslv'. Expression. Arts and Crafts and Hnmo-makin? Courses. Colleso Preparation with certltlcato privileges. C.lUlos. Hot Olll CHRISTINH FAAS UTR. Trln. ll-.Tin.KII-.5I, PA. .MORWIXN SKMIX.IRY COM.KdK FOR MOMKN. Ilethlehem. Pa. Preparatory und College tirades full nccredlled. Opens Sept. J.-.th J. II. C'lmell. rii.1l.. President. jrjNKINTOWN. PA. HF.KCiiwnon sriioni, dnr.i Tor young women. Widely practical nnd al preparatory & college departments. rultural Music. Art. Domestic Science, Secretaryship. Knrtnnl Klnderirnrten Rwlmmlne nool. Atl letlc Field. Address Hoi 419. M. II. Reaser I'll. I).. President. Jenklntown. Pn. QK IANE, TA. MISS MARSIIAI.T.'N SCIIOOI, FOR GIRLS. Day and Boarding Dept. Oak Lane. Pn. Yonng Men and Roys William Penn Charter School No. 8 South Twelfth Street PHILADELPHIA Founded In 1080 and chartered by William Penn on the samo day as tho city of Phila delphia, the Penn Charter .School has main tninpil nn untnterrunted rornoratn pittnt (:. burlnu tho past forty-three years thet school lit KiKUUKK'ti Iirunv mini jJ'ipuu. ui Wiiuui more than 1100 have continued thetr studlej In a coro of colleees and universities. For the) better accommodation of the recent Increased enrollment u new twostory utldlnc Ji bejnfi constructed on the West House. Plans for the future Include th full utilization for school purposes of the macnlflrent plnylntr fields of '22 acres At Queen Ian. These plans are held tn abey ance pending the time when the termina tlon of war conditions may perm't new construction. The li30th year betrlns Rep temher 24th. with every member of last year's teaching staff on duty, with such additions to Us membership as Increased enrollment has rendered npcessary. The Prospectun for 1018-10 Is ready for distribution. Hutldinjrs open for Inspection and flanalflrntlon of pupils Sept. 4th. RICHARD MOTT ni'MMKKE, Ph. D. 1IK.ADM ASTER HWARTnMflRK. TA. StVARTTIMnRR rRRI-ARATORY (CnOOt, A school founded upon a basis nf true sin cerity, well equipped and patronized hy fam ilies of the best class. Itoys are moulded for highest manhood nnd taught the truo mean ing of a useful life. A Friends' School, but patronare is non.ectar1an. Summer aesslon. ivnie for unit., j ne KKion owurmmwrr- A. II. TOMLINPON, ITeailmnster. Deot. 1!. Swartbmore, Pa. (11 miles from Phlla.l CHESTER. PA. PENNSYLVANIA Military College Men Command While her graduates direct munitions' pro duction, man battleplanes, lay down the barrage, and go "over the top," P. M. O. "carries on" as steadily and earnestly as ever her training of men for tba battles of peace or war. The men who lead are the men who know. Senior Unit. R. O. T. O. Collegiate courses In Civil Knginerlnir. Chemistry. Kconoro ca and Finance. . Preparatory and Junior Schools, . Col. Charles Fi Itvatt. Comntandant. Rox 5(11. Chester. -a. "The West Point of the Keystone State" TENNSRURO. TA. Perklomen School for Boya College Prepar. atory. Music. Oratory. Tluslness. Agricul ture. All Athletics. Junior School for younger boys. Catalogue. Oscar 8. Krlebel, D. D.. Rox 110. Penneburg. Pennsylvania. ' NAZARETTI. PA. NAZARETH HAIX MHjITARY, ACADEMY Naureth. Pa. Fonnded 114S. College preparatory and business course. Senior and Intermediate grades. Uoya 11 to 18 years. Sunervlsed athletics. Modren military training. Catalog. Address Bex S83. nKTHT.EnKM. PA. BETHLEHEM PREPARATORY SCHOOL Prepares for leading colleges. Extensive around and athlotlo fields UMItnrv Training JOIIF New r,tilMlna D. TCGGEY. U. A.. Headmaster. Bethlehem I'o. BORDENTOWN. N. J. Bordentown Military Institute. Mental, moral, physical, military training Bordentown-on-the-Delaware. New Jerssr PRfNClvTON. M. . PRINCETON PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR ROYS Collece preparatory for boys i 14 year ani lder: beautiful location! email clasej ex cellent facultyi 'well-equlpp buildlogs: large grounds ; supervised alhlstlca; M Vl i.-iif IS? S . at a I J. B. FINE, Prcrto8, N. J. - - r" DlCVIi Hj'lvD AllTfl STBAfll? HIT . 'i rnoo&nuuY nuiu iiwwb nil Denier Says Production Rule Means No Cars Made in 1919 Gasoline How, on North Broad street, will be seriously affected by the new decision to limit tho production of pas senger cars during the last six months of this year to 20 per cent of the entire 1917 output. , "It virtually means we must cease our making of passenger automobiles till the war Is ocr," declared ono ot thi managers. "The production of 25 per cent of our last year's output will allow somo of us to use up the material on hand. Others must turn over excess sup plies to those who haven t enough on hand to comnlcto their allowed nroduc- .Hon "Though It means the cutting down of our business, I realize it Is n necessary step, and we have not been unprepared for it. The Government needs tho ma terials more than luxury-lo era do. I bellcvo tho new ruling means there will be ho passenger cars whatever made next year. Certainly we will take no orders for futuro output." Hog Island Worker Cut and Robbed Albert Miller, a Hog Island worker,, was robbed of J37G after being slashed on the face with n knife, In Wood street today. .Tames Dollan, Lans-. downc, nnd Louis Ketch, Camao and Shunk streets, arrested after the hold up, were held for court by Magistrate Mecleary nt Centrnl Station this after noon. Drexel Institute's spe cial iv a r training courses for icomen have been approved by the United States Civil Service Commission. Students who enter these courses will be nt once In training for their country's service. Uniform will bo worn. Military regulations. Knrollment will be limited nnd applicants carefully selected. As courses begin October 7, wo urge you to write at onco for complete Bulletin and enrollment blanks. s Tho Nation needs you. Tounc Women nnd Olrls Pennsylvania School for Social Serrlra Trains for social work In Associated Chif- "les. Hospital Social Service. Industrial Wel fare Work. Child Welfare. Housing. AMI Tuberculosis nnd Probation. TRAINS NUHSKS for Public Health Work In School Nurslnc. Industrial Nurslner. Medical Social Service, Infant Welfare and VIsltlnK Mura Inf. Rend for bulletin. 1302 A Pine St.. Philadelphia. Pa.' Miss Sayward'i School for Girls ,"V ... .. .. .. brook rlillu.. Pa. College prep nnd secretariat courses. Junior and Muslin) D.'i'ts. Athletics. Domestic Science. Carriage calls for pupils In llala. I'inwiil, Merlon and Wynnefleld. MISS H JANI1T SAYWAltn. Principal. THE 1 10 I.MAN SCHOOL. S204 Walnut St. Ulrls und small boys given close personal attention In vocational and cultural training .Kindergarten to Senior Dents. Self-expression. Voice development. PrestdlarVl Auto Service Telephone Locust 1808. Klliabetn W. HrnlfT. A. H.. Principal.' I.IT1TZ. PA. n Linden Hall Seminary A girls' school since 1740. Academic Collet Prep, and Speclnl Courses, fiep. Jr. Dept. Gvmnnslum Terms. 1500. Catalog. Rev. r. W. STENGEL. Prln., Rot 10S. I.ltlti. Tn. Young 3Ien nnd Hoys The Episcopal Academy Locust and Juniper Sta. '' POUKDSIt 17SI With Which Was United In 101J The De Lancey School Thorough preparation for Collenl flpex rial Tonraes preparing for Ouslwn ac the United States Rerrtre. Separat Bids-, for bora 6 tr It year ot age. Voluntary Military rirlll for boy In the Middle and Upper Schools, I Urner School oners September llth. Middle School September 20th; Lower RhtAl R.nt.mh.. fl . Head Master will be at the Academy on ana niter repiemDer 7. Heelsfers rnslled rn flnnllntlon. Rer. riIU.ll J. STEINJIETZ. Jr.,S.T.D. Head Master PREPARATION FOR COLLEGE Natal CItU Service and Slate ttoarsl Kxams. BnslnHia Courses. Typewrlttag, Ihorthand. flnnkkeeplng, Freneb. bpaolao Drafting. Write, phone or call. - ' Brown Preparatory School '' BROAD AND CnRRRY STREETS ' ' CHESTNUT HILT, ACADEMY a country uonruing anu nay school for Rora Thorough preparation for college, sclenting school or business. All athletics, dolt links. fine Evmnatrium with swimming pool. Uepa. rate Lower School for boys from six up wards. Catalog. Specially low rntes for five-day boarders. JAMES LAWHON PATTERSON'. Headmaster ?t. Martins. Chestnut Hill. Pa. MERCKRwnunn. pa. UERCEKSDCKO ACADEMY offers a tbef ough physical, mental and moral tralnln for college or business. Under Christian mas ter from the great unlv. Loca. In the Cum berland Valley, one of the moat picturesque spots of Amer. New gym Equip, mod. Writ for Cat. Ad. Rox 120. William Maim Irvta. IX. D.. Ueadmaeter, Mercersburc. Paw PgNNINOTON. N. 4T. The PENNINGTON SCHOOL College and Technical 8chool preparation. Military drill. FRANK MscDAKIEL. D.O..V Headmaster, Box 70. Pennington. N. J, ' WKNONAH. T. 3. 1MieetMits&titiMsiQC9ltKKMtlli ! iWFNCXhTA U MiuTAiar. s ffiwinii ACADEMY . ! Where character, manliness and honor 'will be developed In your D37 mrougn tne Military Hystern, He will be taught how to study Roto 'to learn. Twelve mllea from Vhlla. The usual Academic, Spe cial and Business Courses. A catalog- (or the parent and for th boy a book of vlewa ot Military and Athletic life. Dr. Charles H. Lorence, Prat. Maj. Clayton A. Snyder, Sunt Bos 412. Wenonab. N. J. a i aele;fiwweAxNe.vvvUvw WOODSTOCK. VA. Massanutten Military 'Academy Inculcates finest home tradition, of thi Old tlfu Dominion. ' Healthful location In beau- mi location in v. 10O miles .il Hhananitniih Va1I(V 1 HO mlleia frntit Washlnston. Prepares I or 'oollecer. technlctv schools and business. Music, athletic. 125,000 Dlnlrir Hall and Dormitory. Ltmltef to 100 boys, Itatea 1400. Catalosr on rsaueab Howard J. uencnorr, a. ai.. iieaomaiter. KSSEX FAMJI. N. Y, Kl N O SL K'VT i School fo? Boy I l.I ia ..llAa -.m rS7ur Vnli HIh eTftUo4. '" ll"'a iv.Mim lowr house 'or Touna boy! eBg L , K-JBaBsffi-i lUlira iuH " r i ', , 1 u - p E i M Ei i Itix ." n - A'LSiBti mi;i v nH?flSI a" KJfL . sSBt. lajriaLa fcf?.