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'jftSsfcflMmncr Bececr, chnirmnn of the iVCwnnalttce en Illsh Schools for Beys, BB.Wi'rtU deliver tire address te the j?radu- l. BUI! IIIO UlIHUIUIIS Will 1IU in-i.-iliv k;Dr. Gcerge P. Stradllnp, principal KthA flehnnl. BK The exercises will be opened with ij& yer by the Her. F. Paul McCenkcy. 'Se si.nnji ln)ntif ..111 tin itellrrrpil hr akrt '.-". "!!"'' "".' .'" i".,"..i" EST K. l lC ft . & fa Herbert Estrada and the maledictery by 'Harry Russell Fisher, The f rnduatcs arc : ACADEMIC COUnSJ! Sabato M. Bendlner. Walter Ja.ir" grebyn. Milten Broek. Stanley Urtnsetene rewn, James Orr Crawford. Geerge V . rtls Qraff. Taul E. T. Otttenkunst, Geerge Kel lock Hale. Jr. . J. ltarrlsen Jence. Charles Burten Kaee. Geerira Charles Klllan. Jeseph Klelnbard. Abraham Kerpelman Daniel 1'. Maley. Bob Beb rt Warren Neble. Kdnard Dunn tiennhelni, Leenard Jack Sennhelm. COMMKKClAIj COURSE William Alwlne. Benjamin .V. Bourne, Hareld William Clepu. Merris J. Cehn. Frederick Wesley DUUnann. Nerman tJrhus tJrhus ter Goldstein. Iluseell William Ilelser, Mor Mer Mor eon Lester Kehn, William Kaplan. Henry Leuis Kellner, Jesipti Hyman Lelt. James A. MeHugta. Thenwi Alfred Psrkln, lAurence Jeseph Quliin, William Krbaek. Karl shore. Wtllard C. Stackhouse. David Terrance, Harry Beecher Ward. MECHANIC ARTS COURSE Abraham Avin. Harry Leslie Baker. Jr.. B. N'elsen Banham, Arthur Blanche. Frank 'Albert Benasl, Leuie Horeei, Jeseph Brandschaln, Matthew Odsers Bremer, Her man Cehn, Sidney K. Celeman, leadere Cravls. Edwin II. Cressman, IeuIi i Paul nii. ltrhrt Estrada. Harry Russell Fisher. isrraan i'iirrniK. wuiiam e. wuiea. hwu'-n tathevr Ulllen. Elwood Grant. 11. T. laefelln. . ... .. V. Lyster Hcmmcter. Philip W. Henry, William Weber U-mb. rrcderlck Le Hill. Jr.. Jehn K. Hllpert. Geenre A. Keller, Jr.. Lester Herbert Kech. Charle8 Taerber Kuder, Cnrl C. Llenau, Adelph August Lempe. Qeerc" Walter Lord, Rebert Pater son Lukens, PranclK Jeseph Magulre. Ixiuln Jeseph Mashadrl. William O. ye. Jr . Winfred M. I'. Slemmer. Gilbert Jehn Spahr Herbert Jierzan Stallman. C. Edwin Stlto Stlte Ter. Jr.. Hans J. Stock or. Herman David Zlnman. LITTLE BENNY'S NOTE BOOK By Lee Pape I Me and Puds Slmklrn was standing town at the corner and Mary Watkins was standing en her front steps look ing erreund and net waving te us, and I scd, Loek at her, se knows we're Hewn heer all rite, she's jest portend ing she dent, leek nt her. Sure, lets wawk rite past Tjer with out speeklng te her jest te show ber we're as poed as she is and maybe bet ter, G, who's she, enyways? sed Puds. Sure, who's she, wat the beck, I sed, come en, lets wawk rite past her as if we dldcnt knew she was living, come a. Well wait a mlnnlt, wait a minnlt, I tell you lets wat, you wawk past her ferst without even looking at her, and then 111 wawk past her rite In back of you, that will make It even stronger than If we wawked past her both to te , tether, sed Puds. Sounding like the best Ideer yet, and X started te wawk up the street and Mary Watkins kepp en standing en her front steps in her red coat and hnt looking even mere bewty looking than nsual, and I wawked rite past her look ing up in the air as if I diddent care ,who she was, thinking, G, she went think she's se grate after me and Puds wawk past her like this. And I wawked all the ways te the corner without looking erreund and then I looked erreund te see if Puds had wawked past her yet and wat was he doing but standing there tawking te ber as if he never had eny ldeer of wawking past her. WIch he preberly never had, me thinking, G wizz, holey smeaks, wats you knew about that, geed nite. heck. Proving all may be fair In love and war but that dent make It eny mere chtcrfilU Gimbels February Furnitu re Sale A Presents the Largest Philadelphia Collection Hundred Carloads Were Added te Our Stock But mere bigness is peer analysis of a stock we perforce must be tremendous buyers, because of our extensive business in hotel furnishing. And here is the way large buyers of furniture go into the matter We Display the Inner Construction of the Furniture Right vu i iisw i sprtngt .jeia prut arm turte&l burlap, vwn enit 'curlti hair. ttntr In pHt rtf nnrf eiifjirf rerrri inf. r Kseemt rater Cttrfeit hair. meu. Mtt4 cotton a4 ulUtt ceer. m. ,... CmWmas sjarernst eerrrj rlwreupMy tUtehit thnm$ ana wireupn. WHS I mrta I nm$ I - " hi- if "- j, jZS S We5if If FmH f - fjyxiiiiUMi.ui.M ,fc jT y 'efsars C " 'fa w"tH I N -7 it u(t nLiS -'tz3?i- tuaumJaf ril ill l a rTi' if'"v riv l" - i j" a If II I l m 'ii'ln'll i i li, t '-'m II II I r- n S . T "T r - sj wrr,.".."SSS! H"2 , '. . ,f-rrr?0.W,,l a Cmje KDPCATTOAT. m r&' ? It IV iff . K Wt ra. jy Beth Sexea Du te recent graduations wa have a limited number of va cancies for high-school gradu ates in the) following ceurses: Business Administration Higher Accounting Teacher Training PEIRCE Scheel of BuatoaasAhttfaletnniea America's foremost Business Scheel rine Street. Vfevt of Bread rbUadelphla JBJLNKS m Jr : M a a I I 120 USINESS LLEOB aw Yeu I Yeu Leme Strtifst Here ran want te learn in -rmm.,. reed position and a reed salary, Day Scheel. Night fechoel 1200 Walnut Street. Phlladelnhla Shorthand OsW S year.' tseauen Iay -lultlen. lis Nlaht Tuition. Is n a axMrlence. mMrlallw fm-Z-l skilled. Instructor! and limited .t. teadanca slve the beat Boekkeeplna. abort abert Eaad. Secretarial or Business Administration ssrr Call, write or phone (or catalea. Rimer Puslnei Brhoel. 18 Beulh leth Str.st I Elementary and Advanced Clams New Term tirsrlns t'rbrunrr 7 Twe evenings it neek ' . Learn te read, write and spent " Uuslnms HDunlHh One-half rate te ex-service men CENTRAL Y. M. C. A. MSI ARCn HT. .fUEMUd OtLLtl atliUUL "? "TfJsst JPS?.?! fJj" ffnd. Sixteenth SU.' J. There are a few Tnranil.a ln Klementnnr Scheel and ! iii.k Ceeartmenta. Tea wsiAiurw, rrtnclpal. raMfSlT rusa: . .rrw ' YER'S Th Bf "nnraa Srheal a w am rnrMTvriT sriaraa'd. Knter new. Pay r nliat. Rell tprlng rige. A thick mei rr, padding tdgr iclre te permanently pre terre hape ant ait te comfort 'V. curiae, met: CHrM hair, feHtS cotton ant nteen cerrr, ready for loon cwMe. This illustration shows the many points te be guarded, if the furniture is te be durable. Here in the Stere will you, who are f urnishinjr a room, an apartment, a large house, serve yourselves, as great buyers of fur niture de? It means little te claim "all-hair filling" there are tee many grades. An "all-wool" suit of clothes may be shoddy in part. Compare! Study "periods" in furnitureheld te geed lines as well as te geed construction. ' This large business is built en the public's apprecia tion of real service the service that means te us the giving te you of Best Values Best Assortments Most Comfortable Treatment We have chosen the hard, granite way of building the business each step one of realness. Ne sham, no show, no ever-claiming. DRAWER. BAcit- DTAWER5DE DRAWER. PRONT . DRAWERBOTTOM STANDARDS MIRROR PRAMC UKE33ER TOP TOP TOAME CLUEBLOCKS POSTS - FARTITCOM RAIL DRAWER SRADPR. BACKFARTITON FRAMCRAlb wwr KKWUCfflNEb UKAWER Guiues BACK POST DRAWER GUIDES BOTTOM RAIU li e e II ' r Jr '1 m I X . Ill II r J u e III 11 II z: - .JBia - " , IT -v! pfV ' fcii"M t - m . v mi .""fc. HI L. 1 II fll ! HfMs" ta ' isiiisi li,, lljll U 1 1 Bedroom . Suites Start at $100 This illustration calls attention te proper methods of cabinet work if f urni ture is te give long service. Harrington" Suite Coverings of Heavy Silk Velour or Tapestry, at $185 2EsSj Conservative Value el W&tI&mQwA Wm tnit February Sale $185. SSSQtfp Famous "Buckingham" Living-Roem Suites at at $200 Spring seats, spring backs, spring arms, loose spring cushions, entirely covered in fine quality velour with plain velour trims or tapestry. Leuis XIV Dining-Roem Suite Ten Pieces $275 tsPCh' a a i , j si. i. pf f!a SSSimmjnntuimtmmkmimmiiitMr. asavanrVWfaRiW rnnnnrn. " .-."...B.-y BjS53rj Such a Suite it Werth 1W3BWI .Coverings of rich velour in three colorings, plain trims or tap estry, full-melded frames, spring backs, spring cushions and spring arms. Italian Renaissance Dining-Roem Suite, Ten Pieces $300 Made absolutely of solid mahogany (no veneers or gumwood used), mahogany interiors, dust-proof construction, finest of finish. Large size pieces. Conservative Value is f47S. In This February Sale at 27S As illustrated, 66-inch buffet, 45xG4-inch oblong table, beautiful china closet and serving table. Magnificent set of chairs with tapestry covered scats and backs. Such Suites Will Be Found te Be Priced as High at fS5i In Thit February Sale at $300 The "Wellington" Greup Produces This Wonderful Suite at $200 $' 4-9W&S$stt-i T? 3S33P?a r wSMZwzm WX?&muumiuuuuuumwwauuuuuuuwlk4'i yV; Hfa AWiJruumWZrP JBt JLWSPOi JJuT ssjmSs gaag5-1 IqHi One Year Age Such wpKimM& m, PJ Suites Sold ler U00 W eKisjBaSsVPK A beautiful suite with aJBajaavJHfc full melded carved VK A beautiful suite with full melded carved frames, coverings of fine selection heavy velour, plain velour backs and sides, all spring edge, spring seats, loose spring cushions, spring backs, entirely covered in the same material. Windser Dining-Roem Suite, Ten Pieces at $325 Windser suite illustrated is an example of the highest type of furniture, no better can be made or produced. Burled walnut panels, all pieces are of large dimensions. This Suite Has Sold as High as $600 In This February Sale $325 Leuis XIV Chamber Suite at $250 Anether excellent suite with 48-inch bureaus, large bow end bedstead, beau tiful chiflorebe, semi-vanity dressing case. Finest of con struction and finish throughout in walnut. Four Pieces Actually Werth $450. In February Sale at $250 Ll ' . . .fjg 1 "-1 &: I ms e Jfi '"ar" Jf ' aaM'StaaBTsy' A Remarkable Queen Anne Suite in This February Sale $125 r" Suite illustrated is made of walnut veneers through out, hand-rubbed finish, three-ply backs, full panel construe tien: vanity case, 48 inches wide, full length c e nt e r mfrrer, swinging side mirrors, full size bow-end bed stead, medium size bureau and chiflorebe. Conservative Value el Thit Suite is $200. In This February Sale $125 (fnffilr . U .., as a yljui V1W Fll 500 "Ye Olde" Four-Pester Bedsteads at $25 Each $45 for 'Twin" Bedsteads A beautiful reproduction of the "Old Colo nial" bedstead, full- length pests, heavy turned stretch e r s, beautiful built - up ma hogany head panels, full 4 ft 6 in. wide, heavy side rails and cress bars, finished in dull mahegaay. A $45 Bedstead ;r anna tiens in tl fA4 A r fB e I f Hampton Wing Rockers, Solid Mahogany Anns, Asserted Coverings, at $20 each WertA $3S te US I J a r Hampton Arm Chain, Solid Mahogany Arms, Asserted Coverings, at $20 each Werth $35 te S4S Old English Chairs and Rockers, at $20 IVerfr. $45 Solid; Mahogany Chairs and Rockers, Cane Seats and Backs, at $18 each Werrr. $30 Old Virginia Rockers- Solid Mahogany Armi Asserted Coverings $25 each Werth $45 te $60 lTHryl""'W OlibU, SUtb Sear. afaUeaSaSSsaTalaa w& l!S umkuumizMh$!?t, 1 riB al J? aJ V .