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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1918
295 NAMES REPORTED
ON 3 CASUALTY LISTS
Seventy-four Army Men and Three Marines Killed in
i Action 31 Other Deaths 24 Reported
Missing 128 Wounded
Washington, Pcpt 18.
The War Department tocliy announcA
an army casualty list of 126 names, anil
one of the marine corps containing twenty-two
nameB Last night's army list
had 147 names, maklnp a total of 206
names or the three reports. Army cas
ualties reported today Include' Killed
In action,' thirty-seven; missing In ac
tion, seven; wounded severely, seventy
one; died from wounds, eleen. The
marine casualties wc.ro i!llded is fal
lows: Killed In action, three; died from
Tvound, three; uounded severely, six;
missing In action, ten These bring the
total marine casualties to date up to
The army list of last night an di
vided a follows: Killed in ictlon, thirty-seven;
missing In action, twelve;
wounded severely, "seventy-four ; died
from wound, "sixteen; wournkd, degree
undetermined, six ; died of disease, one ,
wounded slightly, one.
Today's Ibts follow
KII.t.F.I) IV A I TION
MeOILLEN, OKOUOK F . Ilrnokllne. f.
BASH. Ct.AUtlE C Ml Hnllv, N C
HJLDRETH WII.IJAM JACKSON', Leon,
PHEH. JORDON ERNEST Jamaica Plain.
BETER, WILLIAM lAOM'OnD, Detroit.
BRITTON. SAMUEL AV . Sazon W Vs,
BROUGHTON. WILLIAM Thompson. Conn
uiKisuLuu, uikk, Tacnma. Wash
DE QITIO. ALEXANDR1S, .Uusclano, Te-
IIUBER. OEORriE WILLIAM. Minneapolis
KOZLOSKI, JO&EPH JOHN. arand Raptds.
MOVER. DELFERT M Centralis. Kan
PENN. JOHN EARL. Goodes, Va
riCKETT. OEORCiE. Jonesboro. Ark
PIERCE. WILLIE L . Exeter. Va
ROSENZWEIO. HENRY. Morlej. Mich
SCHAEFER, WILLIAM, Pekln. Ill
SOLARI, ANGEL Napa fal
hOZZI. FRANC Ksto. hpriirr street, Ta-
WASHBURN, JASPER NEWTON, Klpley.
McLAIN, EARL LEONARD. Clray. Okla
MARR. WALTER A.. Lowell. Mass
MARTIN. ROBERT. McAlester, Okla
MIDDLETON HIRAM, Illznrv. Kj
MOIIIl. CHARM'S M.. Jnmeetovvn. I'a.
OHMS. ARTHUR HENRY. Milan. 111.
POE. CLARENCE H . Hlrmlnsham Ala
HEID (IROVER f. Evansvllle. In.l
RIDD. EARL R . Salt Lake Cltv. Utah.
RO'.S. WENPEL A , Appleton. Minn.
SASEK. JAMES. Chicago
MM.VONK JESSE H . Armada. Ark.
SFENCER. JAMES. Fenwlck. W Va
bTAFFORD. HERIIERT. Mjndevllle, La
STEEL. HENRY J. Shelhvvllle, Ind.
TRIPLET, ERNA W Earlsbnro. Okla.
TTEIBLE. WILLIAM. ISM Seventeenth ats.,
DIED FROM "WOUNDS
LIETEMEYER, IRENAEUS JOSEPH. New
FORBES. JAMES LEWIS. Linn Creek. Mo
BLAKE. RAYMOND E , Fawtucket. R. I
CRELLER KARL W., Alburg. Vt
HARRIS LESTER P., Johnson City. Tenn
HARVEY. WALTER A . Phoenix. Va.
HUBICK. HENRY J . Chicago.
KLONDER. WALTER. Chicago
OFTEDAHL NORMAN E . Chicago
PHILLIP, EDWARD, Chicago.
PORTER. EZRA, Farley. W Va.
GATES. PAYSON G , Los Angeles. Cal.
LEMON. WILLIAM L.. Acvvorth, Oa
WOOTEN, JAMES COUNCILL. Columbia,
JAMkV FRANK. 1B4 Illch street. Wilkrn-
.KANE. ANDREW RICHARD, 2023 North
Twelfth atrert, Philadelphia, I'll.
SMITH, WILLIE. Minneapolis. Minn.
KEENER. PIHUP. 113 Hemlock avenue.
RILEY, NORRIS ROBERT. Warren, Md.
BLACK. JOE, Mlnot, N D.
BLACKMAM, GEORGE T.. Heath Springs.
BRANDON, WILLIAM, 070 Park street.
DUNN. LORANCE, Los Angeles, Cal
FRANCIS. JAMES W . Boston.
ORISOLONA, DOMEN1CO, no emergency
GROSS, GEORGE B , Louisville, Ky.
1IANES. FRANK, Frederlcktovvn. Mo.
111P.SIURE. GRAUO. Lexington, Ky.
HOUSE. RUFUH. Oneida, Wis.
JOHNSON. McKINLEY. Speight, Kj.
JOHNSTON. RICHARD J.. Long Island
City, N. T,
KAYSINO. HARRY C Maplewood. Mo.
KINSKL. BARNEY JOSEPH, Kulpmont.
Northumberland Count) . I'a.
LEIGH. CRAVEN'. Clifton Heights. Pa.
Mcdonald, chari.e k.. sutroik and
Laurel avenues, Philadelphia, Pa.
MILLER, FRED J., WVatherford, Okla.
MINER. JOHN. Tomah. Wis.
MOORMAN, HENRY E , Burkettsvllle. O.
MOKCAN. I'AI'L W., SOI South Tvv-entr-.
third ttreet, Kaeton, I'a.
MI'RR. .lOHEril S., 21! "nnlh Fifth street.
NELSON GEORGE C . Augusta, Kan
OLSON WALTER, Ocontn Wis
rirniOCCIONE, HARRY C. New York
PIERCE, I.EIOHTON II , Hillings. Mont.
RILEY, JOHN ,1., Morea, Ta.
RINGSTAI). OSCAR GEORGE. Dalton,
PCAHILL. PATRICK J . Cleveland O
SCOTT GEORGE W . Mlnot N D.
SHl'TON, FELIX Stutsen Russia.
SVIITII, RAYMOND, Markesan. Wis
SMITH. WILLIAM W Croom Fla
SMITS FRANK WALTER Chicago
NUrilOMSKI. STANLEY J llu'falo
MILLER. WILFRED ('hemhuru N Y
MORTON WILLI VM I" llrooklvn
MI'NROE, HARRY A t.snn Mass
MURRAY, MALCOLM MacOILVARY Bur
lington, N C
Vl'I''' ARCHIE O Wakefield Ma
NEIAON. SAUL A Gardner. Mass
S'F.t'MAIER CHARLES. Prospect. Conn
NIXOV. FRANK New York
PETERSON. CLVRENCE GEORGE. Denver.
POITUAS. OMER .1 Nashua. N II
PROHL. ARTHUR JOHN Hammond Ind
SANITA. RALPH VINCENT, l'rovldence.
SHEA, MORTIMER F Irfiwell. Mass
SLANKSKT. JERRY. North Judson, Ind
P.RAll'l. I-RNCIS(o, 101 I,ocint
street. Ambler. Pn.
STANTON, PATRICK J West Qulncv
.STOKES, FRANK C. Simpson CltJ. Fla
STRZELFC. LEO W, I'hliagn
SUSTERKA. JOSEPH. Jr Chicago
TIltllAUDEAU LEO Worcester. Mass
TO VI EL. MKHVEL. 44 Lexington street.
Newark, N, .1.
TRIPOLI. DOMINIC Buffalo
TURCO CERILLI, Segnl Province. Rome,
WALKER. ALBERT, Jollet, III
WASIEI.EWSKI CLARENCE VINCFNT,
WILKINSON-. EARL Bridgeport. Vt
WILSON. IIF.N F.. 20 GasUM avenue, .lein-
WITEN. CIRENCE. Harold, Kj-.
WOVOWICKI WVLDIHLAW, Linoleum-
vllle, Staten Island, N Y
MISSINO IS ACTION
OLSON, CHESTER. Wautoms Wis
rUGH. ARTHUR. Wlnanar. Ind
SOBER. FRED E , Shelton Neb
STEOEMAN, EDWARD. Milwaukee
THEDFORD. FOUNT II , llardley. Mo.
TOMBK. ANTON. Jr., Pierce, Nth
TURNER, OSCAR E , Emberton Ky
KILLED IN ACTION
ELDFRSON. WILLIAM K, Cleveland
LANE. HENIAMIN F. St Louis. Mo
STEPHENS. OTTO K , Wolf Creek Mont
DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION
HALL. JOHN r. . St. Louis
IfAVWARD. DON L . Sparta, 111
LEASE, FRANK V., Gaiette. Mq
WOUNDED IN ACTION (SEVERELY)
RANSOM, CHARLES 11 , Duck Hill Miss
CHALLIS. TRED L . Atchlon Kan
PHIt.O. LEONARD D , Lansing, Mich
QUATTLANDER. PAUL J.. Ensle', Ala
ROOP. JOSEPH W , Los Angeles Cal
WEIIII. MARTIN II., 2030 Chestnut street,
MISSINO IN ACTION
PAR1IAM CLAUDE M . Narnjdoches Tev
BOURN GEORGE W , Jr . Templrten
HI FORD THANK C . Memphis. Tern
DIIXI ER. GEORGE W . Atlantic. U
HIRSCH. WILLIAM. Minneapolis
l.l'TER. FRED. Blgges. Ark
VIAHTER. TIMOTHY E . Port Huron Mlfh
DRUM. JOHN It . Sherrard W Vs.
PIERCE. NATHAN W . Spirit Lake, la
POYlIIREbs, MARVIN L, Chapel Hill
CONRD. RARNET, Mountnlntop, Ta.
JOHNSON. HARRY WALTER, 17 Fonrlh
street. Franklin, Pa.
MeKWEX, THOMAS DMS. Huntington,
BUCK, ARI.OE ADL1E. R. F. D. 2. Watls-
CACOTAKEC, NICK, 112 Klerlrlr avenue,
CIIESALAK, ROMAN M., 12ft Oermnn street,
CORNER. 40IIN DXNIEL, 1703 Brlnton
avenue, North nrnridork. Pa.
CROCCO, JERRY, l South Delhi street,
DULL. OsCAIt. R. F. II., Wolfshnrr. Pa.
(iI.I.(IIIKR. JOSEPH. s.3i Apple street.
West Conshohorken, Pa,
LERO, ALLEN WAiNK, R, F. D. 1. Mohn.
DIED FROM WOt.NDS
COSTKIAN. 4XMES TIIOMXS, 3fll Coral
LErCZlK, CILVRI.ES, SMI Livingston
WFA7., Al.nERT L., Roselle, N. .1.
FARI.E, JMi:s P., S08A East Llpplnrott
ROTHROCK. CARL ELLSWORTH. R. F. D.
3, Iewlsloivn, Ta.
CRinniNS, EDWARD THOMAS, 4fMI Wil
son street, Erie, Pa,
KEEPER. EDMARD. 413 Water street,
llM.l.l'TIS. nROM Ne-t.Kl . 110 Stockton
avenue, Pittsburgh, Ta.
CONRAD, ALEX, (lanlsler. Pa.
COTTERMAN. WILLIAM ALFRED. Tldl
DAMES, C1RORCIR WILLIAM. Bnlgar, ttJ.'f
i.ii.iii.r.n, rtiiii. vvii.l-lilMt oa bsil,i'
Ridge street, Carlisle, Ta, ,$?
I.IM.N(,sTON, ALEXANDER, ReynoIdsvV7
MILLER, THOMAS REESE, 120 rh
street. Oil City. Pa,
WOUNDED, DEGREE CNDETERMIt
AIELLO. LUICiO, IMMI Helm street. O
SCHOOLS an d COLLEGES
loung Men and Hoys
, loung Men and Boys
ON LAST NIGHTS LIST
The nrmv casualty list Issued last
night cniitnlna the names of twentj
elglit Pennsvlvanla soldiers ami two
from New Jere They follow
KM. I ED IN ACTION
MOORE, FREDERICK P.. Jr.. 823 Dlwson
avenue, Bellevue, I'n.
RECHTEL. RICIIVRD .. Mid Locust street.
IIOI.I.VIVS, WILLIAM A., William Penn
Hotel. Lebanon, Pn.
CltVMIW.I,. JOSEPH II., Old llrldce, Mid
dlesex Count N. J.
School of Commerce and Accounts
EveninR Classes 1918-1919 Men' and Women
The "How" of Advertising and Salesmanship
Tho hlKher r hao nrlttn book on thf "wh" nrni tha 'wht,'
but It takPi the experienced tea. her to make clear Just HOW to do It
It In class. fled bh an "esucntlal" by th poernment. but we haen't
the room here to tell jnu ntl the "epsentlal features of our course
If you are aiming for a better position and Increased pa. It will be
to our advantage to know the scope and character of our work In this
Clip and send this ad for an outline of the course. Term opens Sept
23d, o don't delay.
of Finance and Commerce'
Offers Evening Courses
Applicants must be at least
eighteen years. If over eighteen
years, and less than twenty-one
years, they must have pursued a
preparatory course equivalent
to three years in a recognized
high school or preparatory
school. FOR CANDIDATES
OVER TWENTY-ONE YEARS
OF AGE who have not pursued
such a preparatory course of
study, an amount of business
experience and general knowl
edge sufficient to satisfy the
Director of Admissions will be
required. Each application will
be given separate consideration.
Registration cery eveninp from
79 oclock, except Saturday.
Sessions begin October 7.
For bulletins or further information write or phono Baring (100)
THEODORE J. GRAYSON, Director
Lognn Hall, University of Pennsylvania
36th Street and Woodland Avenue
College of Liberal Arts
School of Pharmacy
and National Service
Day sessions open Sept. 16.
Theological School, Law School
and Pharmacy School.
Evening sessions open Sept. 16.
All other evening departments
open September 23.
Students' Army Training
Corps Organized October 1.
I'linnr Diamond f3!
Broad St. brlew Berlm I
Are You in the Draft?
then, why not prepare for service nbroad and study at least one
of our allies' languages?
Some Features of the Berlitz School
Superior, native teachers. Conversational drill in the foreign
language from the very beginning.
Change of instructors, enabling pupils to understand everybody
nnd not merely the idiomatic expression of one person. .Transfer of
the value of unfinished terms of lessons from one Berlitz School to
Moderate Prices Trial Lesson Free.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
1541 Chestnut Street
KntrKTic nn 1 Alh Strrrt
"!i n ii n ii nriJii,K!iHi'ii;ii inn nunnFn mn m 11 mm n Hii'mnmi
DIRECTOR, 1421 ARCH STREET
f -V-1 p--
f S& I JaJsr'"arrg4
MARLEY 1V2 IN
DEVON IV IN.
CLUETT FEABODV CQIKCTRCrr RY.
Seeley's Adjuster Rupture Pad
Increases efficiency of a truss 50
lUtuttlor i ii 'KEgM- y in?
GREATEST RUPTURE RETAINER
Ih cl(-'IJ,"itluf feature of thl Pa
Stake Iv eakr lo.,rwr. ana inv jBurno.
eraif Beculator allowe of allcrlnx pre.
Will. Pint H.J..k sasn .wwi,
troaaea uii jauua mil
,M " wi. "jr irt
Academy Buildings Rear View
Germantown Academy Plans for the Best
Year in Its Long History
Let your boy join us in our earnest work during this
The departments range from Kindergarten through
We train boys thoroughly for college entrance.
School traditions and standards are a real inspiration to
Academy students, for since 1760 we have been helping
boys many of them well-known in State and nation.
The Kindergarten, new this year, is for little girls
and boys four and five years old.' The Liberty Tadd Sys
tem supplements the work. This department has its own
building and grounds adjoining the Academy.
Two athletic fields, hot and cold showers, etc. Mili
tary training included in gymnasium work.
You can see Mr. Osboum, the headmaster, any time during
the day phone "Germantown 4440."
William Penn Charter School
No. 8 South Twelfth Street
FVinndM In Wit nnd chartered hy Trillium
Pinn on thf ftmu dav u th city of Phila
delphia Ihn Ti-nn rinrfr PchoiM hai maln-
i.l-.J nn i.nlii.nmintn.1 mrnnril, ftllatpncP
DurlnK th" pst fnrt-thrr rnrs 111" school
has uradunl'd n'srlv lion pupils of whom
more than 1100 hav continued their studies I
In a score of colleges and universities
Tor the better aci ommodatlon orthe recent
Increased enrollment n new two story
hutldlnc I' belnc constructed on the west
Hnuo Plana for th future Include the
rull utilization for school purposes of the
maiminrcnt p!alnB fields of 22 acres at
Q'jcen Ijin These plant are held In abey.
snee. pendlne; th tune when the termina
tion of war conditions may permit new ,
construction. Th 210th ear begins Sep
temher 24th. with overv member of last l
v ear's tcachlne staff on dutv, with such
nitittnn to its membership as Increased i
t enrollment has rendered necessary
The rroSPCClUS Tor llUC IH i rr-my iui
distribution rtulldlnits open for Inspection (
and classification of pupils Sept. 4th
KirilARD MOTT r.I'MMFRE, Th. II.
ntnvt STKR I
WlNNKWOOll. TA. J
ak a, imm
I JfK W fUaal tniln VaM II '
i M SB WW
tf M in i
will maintain a unit of the
STUDENTS' ARMY TRAINING
Grove City College
EUelhlei Ktudents over elchteen will
be Inducted Into this corps and will be
furnished tuition, subsistence and equip
ment. They will nWo receive the pay
of n private
The College with Its lame campus,
its unusual dormitory for voung men
nnd its new and complete Oymnaslum
Is well equipped to maintain this new
For Information and application
President Weir G. Ketler
Grove Cltv, Ta.
PREPARATION FOR C01LEGE
Nnml rirll ferric and Stale Board
Fvams. nalnes ronrse. Typwnnn,
hnrhind. PooVVeerlne. rreneli, Spanitn,
Tlrnfllnr. Wrlle. phone or call.
Brown Preparatory School
DROAD AND CnERRV STREETS
A Capital School near a Capital CUT
A country school founded 1786 Modern
buildings, larso campus Advantaxea of
small vlasies and Individual Instruction.
Thorough rolleco preparation. Ratsa
1500 to $000 Supervised athletics.
Separate school for younger boys. Wa
Invite closest Investigation a personal
visit If possible Write for our cata
logue and plans of new dormitory. New
lunlor school building will be open for
September term Address
ARTI1CR K. DROWN. B.A.. Headmaster
War Training for Women
A Call to Service Trained Woman Secretaries
are needed to speed Government Work
Ono of the Government's great
needs Is for trained secretaries and
statistical workers. To help supply
them, Drexel Institute, in co-operation
with the U. S. Civil Sorvli'o
Commission, has prepared tpecial
Graduates of these courses will
be eligible for eeitllleatlon lo posi
tions under Civil Service. The
certificate of graduation will be the
basis for latinK', no further scho
lastic test will be required.
1, A four months' Intensive course
for High School graduates who
are qualified In Stenography
nnd Typewriting and have had
one year's experience In busi
ness. 2. A one year's Intensive course
for college graduates. Specific
technical and statistical secre
tarial training of high grade.
Drexel Institute's spe
cial war training
courses for women have
been approved by the
United States Civil
Students who enter these courses
will be. at, once In training for their
Military regulations will he oh
terved. Enrollment will be limited and
applicants carefullv selected. Aa
courses begin October 7, we urge
you to write at once for complete
Bulletin and enrollment blanks.
The Nation needs you.
Hollls Godfrey, 8c. D Kng-, n LL. D.. D, C. I, President.
, Philadelphia. Penn.
in &iWVf Aa-aSou cotir, bjYxev)t(i.lr effsrf Mntty. Courses in
,-n,.. .,, .,..v- . ... lLtl1aar'"WiialiarilTltila1"flhaaitaW illrrsTaV s V
, 24KaER!waaEriri'5is5s3T5'7irTc7-9fv mmwe8HB&m-mvzir?
isHaaanaa-laaaP,feaTajr Wr 1 ( J
I, vJ, I , , a . It' '-iatftx-AAito.
k-L. ii?tMJit jJ r , 1 . ' .nru iT afft filiraTMri
CnESTNFT lllLIi ACADEMY
A conntrr boarding and dar school far Itora
Thorough preparation for college sclentlno
school or business All ahletics Golf links;'
fine gvmnaslum with swimming pool. Sepa
rate Lower School for boys from six up
wards Catalog .....
Specially low rales for five-day boarders,
JAMES LA WSOV PATTERSON. Headmaster
St. Marlins, Chestnut-Hill. Ta.
llsh. Tenmanshlp. Dictaphone. Comptometer.
Day and evening sessions Start at any time.
PALMER SCHOOL. 18 Sonth 10th St.
Mixt HART'S Training School for, Kinder
gartners, 3600 Walnut St., Hill... Junior,
Senior & Ornduste Courses. Primary meth
ods Practical Kindergartens Home-like Stu
dents' residence For particulars add Ade
laide T. lllmsn.l'rln., 3800 Walnut Strhlla.
Palms Business College lnult "t-
r,... ....4 rt.nln nnoVkeeolnir. Civil Kervlei.
Secretarial. Touch Tpewrltlnit English, etc.
Select patronage. Phone sprue 1.1 ,2,
Intensive ortng for college, law nnd mad,
Maher rren. School. Ultherspoon Uldg.
FRIENDS' SELECT & a&
ON'.THE-rARKWAT lBth and 17th Sts.
Teachers Wanted Positions waiting. Free
reglat'n for College & Norms! graduates.
Modern Teachers' nureau, 1003 Market St,
OAK LANE, TA.
OAK LANE COUNTRY DY SCHOOL
While Road. Oak Lane, rhlla.
SO-acra farm. Special attention Democratic,
iplrtt. Ages 4 to 18. Motor bus, booklet.
ESSEX FELLS. N. Y.
m SCHOOL FOR IIOYH
College preparatory: Ideal location In New
Jersey tuna, a miles irom ,ew lorxi ax
tensive grounds! separata residence for
junior atudentat completely equipped labora
tem supervised athlsttcsi military training.
tee llliiatrateif eatalnc address
5;. rAMl'BFT.I at. A.. K4T rn. . a.
A Country Day School for Boys
Entire rK-pomibillty of the boya
assumed from nine to five o'clock
in the country. AH acllvlilAi
under the nupervlftlon of the In
tructor No home study. Hoy
do their Mudytnr at the school.
rerMvlnsr whatever eelatanc l
w from the masters All the
teachers have had several ar
experience and ele attention to
Athletics under s competent
Military Ojmnastlcs In the out
Manual tralnlnr taucht by ex
rrrratlon fo collere or lead
1ns boarding scJolt of the coun
try Hntranre If laminations for
ell hnnrdlnr pnlton Ineludtnr St.
Paul's, conducted nt the school
For cattlnc nddrens
Bev. Gibson nell. A. D., B. V .
TTynnen ood. I'enna.
X SCHOOL SYSTEM
Tho only private School with ele
mentary schools in various parts of
city. Thoroup-h education from kin
dergarten to college or business life.
Guarded companionship; close per
sonal contact with skilled teachers.
Special attention to physical train
Ins Separate departments for boy and
girls In senior school. Reopens Ninth
Year nook now resdr t Wrlte for Rales
PERCIVAL TAYLOR RE, EMMA BARNES
WALLACE. Acting 1'rlnclnals
1Mb nnd Hare Sis.. Philadelphia
Strayer's Business College
Philadelphia's (treatet bulneM school N
so well known that Isrire adertlsements
are unneceiMr We htne the best teachers
In ton. nnd more of them Unequsled
equipment Prantiral courses Pitman and
ftrenrj: Shorthand or without extra charce,
ftenotpv, tne ramou mscnine mernon
uhlch Is both mor rapid and more accurate
then an hand-written method of shorthand
Hctentlflc Touch Tjpnrttlnff Straer s
students w In more gold medals for speed
snd accural In tpur1ttng than ar won
hj the students of all other buslnrss schools
I In Philadelphia taken tosether
Certified Public Accountant methods of
I hookkeep!n(r Rerjthins; else to corre
spond IndHidual adn.cement rharices
moderate Position itusrsnteed Tiny and
nlf?ht rlssses Come se for j.oursef.
70O students now attending. Start now
07 Chestnut street Phone Walnut Mi
Acerwood Tutoring School
VIII. Talk to Parents
Hae ou tried a sstem of lndlld
uol teaching for our child who des
not progress In a large group? He
ma, possess unusual abilities and mav
need an unusual kind of Instruction to
deelop him normall' Results of men
tal tests and medlcil examination
should determine choice of subject
matter length of study periods etc
Let jour child's abilities determtno his
Miia Devereux, Principal
lin A. DEVON. TA.
The Episcopal Academy
Locust and Juniper Sts.
With Which Was United In 1015
The De Lancey School
Thorough preparation for College Spe
cial conrses prepnrlng for Iluslnrss or
the I'nlteri 'lutes Srrtlce.
Separate Mldg for boss 0 lo 11 eas of
age Voluntnr Military Drill for bos
in th Middle nnd Upper Schools
Upper School opens Sept. 10 Middle
School Spt 20 Lower School Sept 23
The llend Master will be at the Acudemy
Resrislers mailed on application
Rer. I'llILIP 4. STFINMKTZ. Jc.s.T.D.
tnnwfAH. in. .
A SCHOOL FOR LITTLE CHILDREN
Boarding & Day Departments
srnrCR eiTitKr.t at riiniii.iu
Reopens for 5th Year In October
Phone Preston 4433 Auto Service.
Scientific Direction for NORMAL Chil
dren, 8 to It years. The aim of this
achool Is to give Normal Children an en.
vtronment in wnicn tne spontaneous tm
l nnla of rhlld life mav hsve freedom for
Individual growth Direction covers Diet.
Fierclse Recreation Deportment. Con.
trol of Emotions tVeupstlon etc dlf.
ferent for each IndMdual child
ANNA W1NDI K TAIST. Dlreclresa
Montestorl Diploma, Roma 1814
1I1A BII1U oisTini
Touch Typewriting an -
aiereUl aobjacta. Expert ).,.
I'hila. School of Office Training
Mwvs- uiusi min vavsnaas
Thousands of Positions
Now available lo yonng women In Rail
roads. Government Work and Yeomanry,
Well. trained atenographera bookkeep
ers to fill the vacancies left bv men The
cost of our course to train yon la small
and It takes about 80 days Our graa
uatea hold some of the best rosltlona ta
the city Write NOW for booklet or call.
30-Day Business College
Parkway Bide Broad A Cherry Sts.
Spring Garden Institute
BROAD AND SPRING GARDEN STREETS
Machine bhop Prac
tice Machine Shop Mathe
Tattern Shop Practice
Kree Hand Drawing
Hay Classes Electricity A Automobile. 8 P.M
Women's classes In Automobile , Architect
ural and Mechanical Drawing: Book XUuat'n.
Illustrated Prospectus. Opens September 2t.
Cf HOOL Open) Pept "1. A few acan
-"- J-riv,' pUr for earnest roHece prepar
ator pupils. STANLEY U YARN ALU. Prln.
r mTJTS f W Means
ever were there such opportunltlM
r vounc men nnd women to auc-
ceed In hulness life. Thoutanda of
Rood paylnr positions are open. Lat
ue train sou. Shorthand. Typewrit
in. Rookkeeplng or Accounting.
Day ft eMoif Sessions. Enter anv timt.
i. i niniu f i . i niiairiPipniaas
You , r.j
pnORTIIAND AND no OK KEEPING -
Our graduates are In constant demand. Ooefi
paying posuions a wan you,
hand, the easv. soeedr ST!
business and secretarial courses
now open, mam ecnooi
ou. Oregg 8hrt-l iS
system, complet i 3
lal courses Day aeheolt) jS
ol opens Tuesday. 8pt.. 1
nv time. Call or wrltal Jl
tor full partlculara and ejatalas.. ,,fi
I'HILA. I .1INK.1S (.(II.LrXlB ' " k
and College of Camfnarva) . .?X
1011 Chcstnot St..
Emilic Krider Norris ',
17U rilESTNUT STREET
EXPRESSION tn Stage Art. Story Talllnt.
Social Deportment, Polae c
Direct from the School Isabel Qalbralth.
Phlla 's model teacher of Dramatization. In,)'
Reading Course as presented In the threej
great Universities of the country: faculty aa-
knowledged professionals only Ph. 6pr.346i-,
THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE f
SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS ft
Draughting, Mathematics. Mechanic.
Mechanical Drawing for Tojng Wmn, ; ,M
THE FARNUM SCHOOL H
1S0T Pine St. Reopens Sept. Sot. 'S
Kindergarten. General College Preparatory r
Courses. Little boys 'v
'mcc u;uDTrMic crunni' S
iviij-j niinmun j dvnwwb,
1710 riNT. STRHET nEOPENS OCT. M
Cll. -n TIMU fSnva A A .
WFNflMA U MILITARY
Whra character, manllneaa aa
konor will be developed In your
toy through the Military Syittm.
He will be tausht not to atudr
if to learn Twelve mllee fromS
miia ine ususi Acioenur, ape
U1 and Bulneea Course. A
retalog for the parent arid for rha
bov a hook of view of Military
nd Athletlo life.
Dr. Charles H. Lorenee, Pre.
. Maj. Clayton A. Snyder. Sapt
Hox 4IZ, wenonen, N. J.
- Cfje Upmatt ecljool
I'BEECII RNOIX." 511 l.nnraster Ave.
formerlv knonn as
Miss Hills' School. .Main I. Ine ".ranch
Klndrgsrten and Prlmarv for both
hos and girls Junior tnd Senior School
for girls onl Itus service from West
Phlli via Overbrook and Merlon. Opens
hept in Address
MISS M. II. STEEN. Principal.
Anting Women nnd filrls
PE.NMNOTON, N. 1.
The PENNINGTON SCHOOL',
College and Technical School preparation
Military drill KBANK MacDANIEU D D .
Headmaster Boi TO. Pennington. N. J.
loung Women and Glrla
who wish rrartlcal. thorough Instruction
in Domestic Science will And our coursea
In Cooking Sewing and Household Man
sgemetit r aluah!e and interesting
Musical courses Individual Instruction
A spfctal course In t.aborator work
for HosMtal War acthlty will enable
ou to take a worth-while part in win
ning the war
Contenlrnth located in West rhlla.
Dav School Open Sept ifi.
.Yt0ht Schools Open Sept, tS.
Write, rhone or call THE DIRECTOK
52d and Sansom Streets
i XtS. 1
ARl'ni'RIlVK hoarding and
da nchool for girls offer
ing exceptional training for
preeent conditions College
preparatory and Junior-college
courses. Social Serlce. Secre
tarial training for nuln-ss
lfe Household Arts and SM
ences Arts and Crafts Music
Art Expression. Klnderear
ten Separate da department
for Juniors. Special rates for
rle day boarders
Send for catalog or telc
prone Wnne 700 for an ap
MU. KDITII SMn Trln.
Thirty-fourth Year Opens Sept. 16th, 1918
MUSIC IS HELPING TO WIN THE WAR!
" N THE face of conditions nrising from the most stupendous
war in nistory, wnen tne men ai xne iront ano tne people at
home are enduring burdens creator than mankind has ever
been called upon to bear, Music, more than ever before, is needed
to help humanity bear its burdens and maintain its ideals in the
cause of freedom and the love of the homeland. To meet the de
mands for Music at the present time the Combs Conservatory
has added to its equipment and its faculty. Because of its distin
guished faculty, original methods, individual instruction, higfi
ideals, breadth of culture and moderate cost, combined with mod
ern and efficient management, the Combs Conservatory affords
opportunities not obtainable elsewhere for a sound musical
A School of Individual Instruction
(Theoretical and Applied Tlranches taught privately and in classes)
Tacultv Gilbert Rnrnnlde Comhs, Piano Hugh A. Clarke. Mus. Doc., Theory;
Nelson . Chesnutt, Voice William (iclger. Mus. liar.. Violin Herman Bandar. .
Violoncello. Russell King Miller. Organ, and 71 assistant teachers.
All branches taught Normal Training Course for Teachers. Public School
COMPLETE MILITARY llM IErRTMENT
Tour ruplls' Recitals a Week Two complete Pupils' Smrhonv Orchestras
Degrees conferred Reciprocal Relations with tnlverslty of Pennslvanla.
Dormitories for women.
A School of Inspiration, Enthusiasm, I.ojalty and Success
FIVE SPACIOUS BUILDINGS
Ol'R S6 PAGE ILLISTRATED HOOK M ULKD FREE
Gilbert Raynolds Combs, Erector
I oiTit e. sTinios, dormitories BROAD AXD REED STS.
Philadelphia Musical Academy
1617 Spruce Street
Branches in West Philadelphia, Tioga and Germantown
50th Season. Classes Now Forming. Pupils May Enter Any Time
Directori: Camilla Zcckwer, Frederick Hahn, Charlton Lewis Murphy
Call or send for prospectus
Mason & Hamlin Pianos From C. J. Heppe & Son
The Army of the Land
needs trained leadera: the country needs In
telligent help: tha world needs food.
Short course Lectures and practical work
begins Sept. 16. Subjects vegetable and
fruit work farm crops, soils and fertilizers.
bees, poultry, canning and preserving, tress.
shrubs florlculturs, bus. methods Catalog.
I Regular two year course begins Jan Ifllft.
SCHOOL OF HORTICULTURE for WOMEN
Ambler. Penna.. 11 miles frum Phlla.
Miss Marshall's School
for mm. ok iane. rniLA.
Day nnd Boardlnr Departments Primary
Intermediate and collese preparatory
vure. Art, Munli. Expression. Domeatla
Science. Secretaryship Teacher to every fl
rlrlfl. 4-acre campus with lake. I.arct.
airy atudv moms Outdoor athletics Writ
(or appointment or telephone Oak Laos
I02O Illuttrated catalor . . .
Mli K. S MAKM1ATX. Principal.
ilMilliillllJliil'lllMl'iIMlll'lillWililBlllwy Srhnn of Muain
ARL H. STANGER CENTRAL Y.M.C. A."
ri-Af IMQTRIirTnil 5 .. . . "' ;
- " - j -a School That Makes
Innounrea That He Mill Itesume E .......
Teaching MUSIClanS "
September 16, 1918
Studioi 2004 North 13th St.
am, A jet's
II . s'.""'t.,r,!h.,u .1'T"T " ry r ' th;
I Instruction that develops our true musU
j.vcr uvaniage OU could POSSU
llluniunc S313 J
IPrlv-ate Instruction Choral Classes
mpb! mi si nrii win n u win mmv, mw
WALNUT LANE uitft "y.?01-
nty and country advantavfa. Hlh School
Uraauaies. itomemaKins. uouece frepara
tory. eecrtiariai. jnienor uecoraiion.
Btonr Wrltlntf, Spanish.
rlwlmmlnr. Basketball. Hockey. Danclnr.
arm wim rn tm. aini.Biii. a. n.
MISS HILLS' SCHOOL
1808 Spruce street. Reopens Sept. SOth. '
The principals. II Lilian Chittenden Jons I
. !.- ft&a Italt 1..II. .Bill I.A a, lh,
I1U ,t, fm"ww ..... .......u. . ... WW V. .MB
school after September ffth.
Phila. School of Design for Women
Reopens Sentemhec SO
nROM) AMI MtKTFR KTREI-.T, rillLA.
lounr omen and Olrla
The Agnes Irwin School
.011 and tni- De Lanear Plat
Registration cf pew pupils. Thure.,- Sept. i.
Registration of' old yuplla. lCrldsy. Sept. ST.
30 EAST WALNUT LANE
Opens September 4th, 1018
JOSEPH W. CLAIIKG. Director
Prospectus Mailed on ttequest,
ill I ; I wrrsii l-a-nif ri
1 - A W-W. W. I." i w.a.s.w ,a.,v..v. saassv-u,.. -- "tg.W'M T'SSSr
m uii i i, ear m t- -a up ' "sp mm ri-.--. . " lli HTii'mi ii i iiiVTT trW'1" 'aTXHas'? -i'J
Instruction for plana, organ, hi
ilolln, iolrt culture; lolonrelto. band
nrrnekira inmrumrnia. cornel, banja. i
dolln, Kiiltar. ukulele, etc. Tbe
Ml. If. m f J. lsc lif Man. ai,n sh a.
---7 -w aw.. va. 1 VHI ni, . m
OPEN 0 A M. Til 1ft D t.
Cost Is moderate and tnstructora
rr in,oruiiiun ana lull parild
write or call In to aea the
DIRECTOR 1431 ARCH 8T!
Mill Sayw&rd'i School for Girk j
Thlla.. Pa. College prep, and aecral
courses. Junior and Musical Depts, Athl.
t'srrtage rails for pupils In nearby
MIStS . JA.Mil HAYiVAHP, Frll
ISITINO TEArHM. i-