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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1919. &&. JUL CHIEFS STILL HIOONMEET Scores of Schemes to Smooth Industry t Be Broached At Round ToWor t V- "With preparatloac eempieie for the 4ndetrtl conference to Ope here to morrow, railroad anions today are stilt uncertain mi to .whether they would sead delegates. .. Under tbi plan the four big- rall ,,Toad brotborhoeds oaly will name - dgleaatea to the conference. - These - lour are oh trainmen, conductors, ' firemen aad locomotive engineers. The other tea rH, unions, all affiliated -with the A. F. dfJU weald h repre- Vented- tbroiigjh the teea delegates "named toy President Safttaol Qompers to speak for organised laboK,. Open atlp.a. Tlmorrovr. The conference, scaedaied to o at 2 a.n. tomorrow- la the Faa-Ameri can oaion Bunding, win bring to Washington ' for an iadeanlte period many noted nea and woman. The Hat Includes four women, of whom the boat .known, probably, is Hiss Ida TarbelL Facta; her will be John D. Rockefeller. Jr Judge Xlbert H. Qary. of the United State Steel Corporation, and Preaklont Samuel I. Oompera, of the AawJciw Federation ' of Labor. ' at F. Tfgbe, a loader in the battle between the A, F. of Lw aad Judge . JCwry's 'corporation. Is among: those ' "Who will ait with the labor delegates. ', .fttber waH-kaawn labor .dotage tea ia t. ..-elude Secretary Frank Morrison, of ;; .4e A. F. of t; President W. D. Xa ' ,bon, ot the Amalgamated Aosoclattoa Street aad Bleotrle Railway Sm- .ployes of America, aad Mrs. Sara Conboy, of Xew York, union organ- GOV. C. H. BROUGH of ArktaiMTfho was shot at by rioters dnrisg MTire rsoe outbreaks at Ilaine, Ark. He esoaped injury. aauaBaunlr. : v4??iBnaaaaBi I WW- sl-w flssml 'rLi BunKsaunBunBunam: " " S bbbbI bCbbbbbbbbbbv " - ?) h" fc JsaunT mma? BIF : njdMMjtea2prdCttQK jH flFsiv :$iBB bss-C H 'aamfe aa-lSc BBBBBBBBMSlB9&amBBBBBBF anBBBBBBBaEI BBBsrl SBaav yT. mvr aa SBBfyn, bbb!BNbf aaU SnBBBBBBBBBBsW SaBBBBBBBBBBBBBnt 'UBBBBBBBBBBBBBH I " ' I aai ,T Jfaa. Carrie Chapman Catt, presi dent of the Matieaal American Won- i'a suffrage Aawcnma, aaa am Bamum. of CMcego, will be the Jaha Barrett, director general of Pan-American Uatoa, will wel- tae aemguxes aaa iovmvc ec- htary Wilson, of the Labor Xopart -.eneat. The permanent chairman, it is ex- aeted, wiU be elected irom among Ju twenty-two persona nominated by ; lresideat Wilaoa as representatlYM of the public Bernare Jt, Jtiarucn is ae- fdan; meatioaed aa a possible chairman. The problem of whetaer employee shall share profits and management is xpected to arise early daring: the jDacassions. Other questioaa eoasid- bred eertaln to eome up are union v. ?iecoglUoa. the six-hoar workday, J-aad the forty-four-aour weeK. ' 'Ticer Ann 800 proposals for i ' " m out industrial prehlesas tbat - atrikas aadlookoutd- have been, re-s-eeiYed aad died for presentation to -tine conference. Several groups and agencies in cited to send representatives are working out plana which they expect to vreeent an the opening day. - One plan 1 being worked oat by - - these connected with the Plumb it fernaOooanaatioa of the AMERICA SECOND IN SEA POWER FAlbs, Oct. S.Franee's see, eet wWe .new totals l,44e00 tons, aad. which for .the needs of the country should amouat to t,OMM0 tone (equlv- thteg emt af the aanfrsass. officiate said here, will be seeae dedalte reeom- for the organisation of a board or boards to deal With all industrial struggles aad set tle them without resort to atrikee dad lockouts. With the steel strike the conference convenes, aad lockouts vow are east- earners nearly 209000 a dar la lost waces aad employers nearly four times this amouat per day ha commodities not produced. Another thing which officials hope cihe conference will bring- about is the ''.Tramiag of aa industrial code or set 'tff principles to guide all employers -aad all employes in. their relations .with each other. .atrikee tag wa aleat of the power of the Oermaa merchant Heat dtefore the war) will not reach the latter gu re by Kef own means for seventeen and perhaps tbtrty-dve years. This is the result of a oaref ui study by a naval eunert, who eased the figure of .seventeen years on the, highest yearly productive in France during- a period of ten years, and the other figure, thlriy-five year. la the average production dtkrtajr that i same period, runatag crom lt(K to ltli. inclusive. ' During J914. IS. 1. ' IT and. 18. France launched, respectively. X14.06& 36,402, 42.7S0. 1&8S8, and. 1S,71 tons. In the same length of time the figures for Great Britain wre 1.18814(30, M. 91tt e,236. 1,1M, 146020. For the Ualtod States, they were 200,782, 177.4C0, 504.24TH8W18 aad Z,03&M0. The United State aad Great Britain wUl supply France each wjth SdO.800 tons, according to pfomlaes made by their governments, but- no time limit has bean fixed' for the delivery. Frawee also expects to get 888.900 tone worth of German boats, but this is not a certainty, xnere atui remains a deficit of -at least V008,000 tons whlcn the United Stafes butK In one year, during the war. -.but aa' the French government decided not to buy any more tonnage abroad la order to keep U.he aemey hwdda the country,, al though the raw materials are lacking. the situation Is almost hopeless, and threatens to remain "so for years to come. It is quite possible that the French government, seeing the mistake, will soon change ' its poller, aad realise that the French builders -have enough to keep them busy in repairing aad. maintaining- the present fioet without having orders that they ceiTt fulfill. It interesting to compare the sea power of the ten richest nations be fore and after the war. Great Brit ain came first with leV882,000 tons, then Germany, 8,180,000; Korway, 1.817.000; France, 1.8x8,000; Japan, 1.7t8vOO0; British Dominions, 1,834, 000; Holland. 1.472,80: Italy. J.480.- 000; United States. 1TC,00; Austria, 1 MIOMV -- FUEL PLAN LIKELY TO! HELDUP The illness of President Wilson and his probable absence from the Indus trial conference, called at his request to convene temoraew, raises some doubt as to the outeeaje of certain la bor and industrial paohlttna; for which the President, it is thought. , wouia suggest some constructive remedy. One of these problems, and one en whicX the President has comauttea himself, is that presentd by the coal situation. it waxidlcated several weeks ago by ex-Senator J. Hamilton Lewis that Mr. Wilson favored a rational system of aatlonallaxtlon of Hhe eon indus try. The need of a closer co-operation between the Government and .these who produce coal has been concurred in by members of the Senate Commit tee investigating coal prices. Na tional representatives In law city of the coal industry, have anxiously looked forward to the labor conference with the thought In ralnA thatpne of the questions that would be consid ered by the gathering of labor and edp itsi mt Vw muni) table discussion, un der the sponsorship of. Preslawt TW1- son. would be a program ot coei. con trol, and a probable proposal of a plan of socialisation. Absence May Malt Fmsu Mx. Wilson's absence from the labor conference may preclude the coaslder- latlon of such a'plan"; atloastif ay sue measure is proposes, a adherent, of the system will Je ah-( sent. The prdfcable ooneiderattea- of a plan to bring v. about some form of Government conWa ever the produc tion .of coal recalls the conferences carried on the early part-of the year between, of fleers of the Unlftdgtatee jFuel Administration, coal operators It Is to year Liberty and mine workers. Dr. Garfield, former -fuel administrator, believing that a plan of co-operation .within the coal mining industry, between the industry and the Government, would be mutually beneficial to the Industry and the public, Invited coal- opera tors and mine workers to disease a plan of better oo-eperatiou. PabMetty Denied. A plan was drawn, up by Dr. -Garfield and-modified to some extent br the operators and the workers, and later submitted to the raeraberref the National Coal Aaoeiaftion foe. a ref erendum vote. .But this wao'-eoae.orn-der the greatest secrecy, and the pro posal af .Dr. Garfield, aa submitted to the association members, wade- -nied general publicity. The 'committee of the National Coal Association .and .the representatives of the mine workers unaolmdisjy ap proved the plan submitted, Caff, Dr. Garfield, aad jt has etoce beealeoked -upon by 'competent 'critics as the only rational- pros seal yet -naae' re garding Federal control of .tha-coal mining- industry. The plan agreed to by operators aad minors conferring with 'Dr. Gar field suggested that the President be requested to -recommend -to Caagress the enactment of new- legislation which shall provide: ' i 1 For the appointment by the Prsaideat of a fuel administrator and a fuel commission to consist of three representatives of the coal operators aad three representatives of the eoal mrhers, to act as advisers to such fuel administrator. ,- "2 To provide, that ao person, firm, association, or oorporation, shall en gage in interetate commerce, in eoal without securing and holding a license issued by or under authority of such fuel -adealnlstcatoj. . . 8 To autherixe such fuel admin istrator to, promulgate rules aad.Vegu latlons as to the production, con servation, distribution, annortiotiment-' storage, and, sale of. coal, and general trade practice by such licensees, and for the protection of the life; limb, health, and welfare of their emalovee. to. pat I At To authorise such fuel iji.. in W.S. 8. 1 latrator to' review "labor disputes be- -I -." . A- tween licensees or any other person, firm, association, or corporation. en gaged in the coal industry, and their employee whenever requested so to do by both parties. i To provide that persons, firms, associations, and corporations holding licenses, irom such fuel administrator shall not be subject to the penalties prescribed in the so-caHed "anti trust" laws, because of. any act or thing done or contract or .agreement made pursuant to any rule or regula- non estaoueaing a fair trade prac tice promulgated by such fuel ad ministrator with the approval of the President. With conditions in the coal indus try still in an unsettled state and mine workers constantly demanding wage advances, it is the belief of members of the Senate and other pub lic officials that some plan of co-operation or regulation should be de vised to .insure the public against a possible shortage in fuel, either be cause of .lack of production or exor bitant prices. It is doubtful whether complete nationalisation" tff the indus try would be favored at this time, but it m certain that some legislation leading to a more certain and gener ally available supply of eoal is r needed. RBD CROSS WORKBRS MT. At a. meeting of the. chairmen of the Bed Cress auxiliaries at the chapter house, 18 Jackson place, yes terday afternoon, plans for making the Washington chapter the leading organlzatie nof -its 'kind were dis cussed. Mrs. L. W. Litteel. chairmen pro tern, of -the chapter, spoke on the necessity of keeping intact the 81. 000 members ef this district SIGMA SU MAVB SMOKIER. Sigma Nh Fraternity held -an In formal smoker at the Delta PI -Chapter House, 1788 ? street northwest. last night. Dean H. L. Hodgklas, of the department of laws 'and science, and Prof. Albert Harris, of the de partment of architecture, of the George Washington University, made speeches. PLANES READY FES GRUELING m MTXBOLA, N. Y., Oct . Bxaok mechanics were busy at Booeovelt Field toddy, tubing up the alrpleae that will participate la the army coast te eoaet race, which starts next Wdaesaay. Otla aad gaaoUne were heme tested aad prepared for use by the machines. Keen interest In who will probably finish first In the trsns-eoatiaeatal flight was manifest today. Mechanics were, pinning their faith on two of fhe flyers who leave from Roosevelt Field. They are CtFleM B. Kindley, second seahM ace, who woa the British Icaa dhrttatfulshed service aad Uettt Belvin W. Maynard. the "flying pastor." winner of the recent MlaoohvToroato race. Kindley will pilot aa 8. B-0. while Maynard wui probably fly a de Havciand machine. ' .IBM-. . -.. htl. (lu uua imm wmi w w.n. - ci ! will leave the ground waa betas; care fully marked off today. The msrhlass are all expected to take the air as the same time. FLIER WES, ANOTrffiR BADLY HURT IN FAIi POST JTBRVIS, K, T. Oct. Patrtck.yilessll was kflhnf aad OoraM JB. Ballard piahahty waa la- GIVES MILUON TO AH) BAPTIST nawiviuA Tean., Oct l jl Thomas, a layman, of Dallas, TW, has bequeathed a aUIlton denars to Use Baptist I78.0od.to4 onnma4av accord. Iran; to aanounceaoeat mads here last night by Dr. R. L Scaraoraagh, eam balga director,. This la the avrgest girt in tne campaign ana: the atrgeet eoatributioa to the Baptist caaas m the bounds of the Southern Saptlst convention. " The Bapttot Memorial "Irani at Dallas aad the 'Jrtlisair near Dallas, gat the bath af the QilaWm jorad tatalry wham their route .from the isaalr daaot at York city, dropped into a tarm. near here. avtatiaa to Maw tree aa a ATItAMTA. Ga Oct. . Atlaato ts ady for tha Coats derate Yetaraas' vtoltata are ex- EDUCATIONAL S" IMPORTANT NOTICE Owing to the unexpected numbers entdrinr our ' school, we sha.IT be obliged to open the new night school tj.wekbejfaninr Tuesday, October 7th, at 7:00 P. M. For this reason the rate for the regular nightfcehool on Monday, Wednesday arid Friday from 7 to 9 wfll be. arfrtjicefl at once to $10.00 a month, except to ftiose who hve Already enrolled and paid. Of course the new ratfcs vHlt not- apply to any one who is already in attendance We earnestjy urre all to enter our Special night school on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5 to 7. The rate is oo and all of our regular subjects will be faoght as soon s c&f$es are formed, including Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, etc. This Special school, is already a large school and' is ffllinguD rapidljrand if yo'uwant to attend, our school -on . Monday, Wednesday and Friday yoirshpuld act promptly. The tuition for the new night school on Tuesday, Tlwrsday and Saturday nights will be $8.00. Remember this is Washington's Leading Business Trataing.- School where overcrowding is. riot permitted. We. win not enroll you unless we. can give you mfcdass services. . .'''' ., We 'are pleased to announce that 13,000. officers and men of the United -Services have through the Associa tion of Army and Navy Stores, selected our organization as 'thdr exclusive store in' our kind of business for fhe city of Washington, p. C. STEWARD'S BUSINESS COLIEGE Mai 8671. 1202 F Sir I N. W. Y 1 . THE BUREAU OP SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES or THE WASHWClTOif TJsaWS Cn beto you. select that sohool.ft sire lor yeurdelf or for your aaltd. eedpaed Jar tha sttsJBSaaaMBr ywtdiK wnta to t . H Grw , Wajhingtwi UarvcTfiJy rigur. SPECIAL aad Saturday Xveatas nMilv ferariasr In Shorthaad. Typewriting, Busiaeas gngiiaa. letter wntnp and SoelUng. Phe demand for admlsalon to w schools be. t beoa so 8J!?i we have decided to organise a apeckU Mswloa. which wfll eaavaao evary Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday Bveataa: from 7 to 848 eetaek. Or NO StssWi Are hm k AMirinc. at OsrTiw Scktk Tr haiisai aw SI dits aad flc iittday aaawaa mi lace aaadtad rTaassa la an mdmat asm aaadaaacmar aobmem at I.TTdaTrS FVl Wrlto, phoae sYTyfe'aTmTajre or better still, call today, a " The Bureau of Schools and Colleges t - OP Pe Washington Ctaies - Cari help you select that school best equipped for the training you desire to give that boy or girl of yours. JJlJfPartmerit is in charge of GORDON GRANGER whose work at Princeton CO 1 MR A 'imii -w - m'.t' m - - . . seHQOj: of DRAFTlNGr - i and other universities specially fits him for this position. Readers of The Times are invited to call at the Business Qffioe of . The WstiBtOO TldTVCS. da&. j "mapa-HMHai Washington Times5 Bureau of Schools and Colleges Please give, without obligation, furl information' con cerning schools checked below- (check -class desired)-:- kaim :'" rsteAza rreparatory Wrttftlmr smea Lew stceeeol , Veiesladry , rnarmaey Wlecleee . Tetosnraahy niTH Serviee .. . .For. any. .classifica.-. tkn not lbted here fill in blank line below marked "Special Qissi Hcatioo; not listed." Preparatory ' Seminary ' JtMtoal - , CeaimcreiaJ SeeJal Inetraetloa KeHglens , . Oemeetlf Arto A 4 iTaw . , Wfrelese - Telegraphy Civil Service Aeeeaats dtsttHcitkmnot' lasted ' .' ! Hunt : a AMress Y j rr k i ., m ; iOY C) CLAFLIN, President Phone North 272 STRAYER'S BUSINESS CQULEGE OW Mluocic Tenple, 9fJi mm! F )Srf8. rally AecTedlted by the National Aaoylatfcm of - AccredHed Commereial Schools " VHXKCm sctfa.-' w ks&mw iisrass amd tm maa sow 1317 Ntrw York Artam Phone Main 3430 or Main 4884 STRATA SUCCESSFUL STSTa Now laatoiled ih This School p. jr. MAJUaAJr, Principal. ZZJ&SSS THeflDTMBUSJHECSCWOL 14ffa'and T Sts. N. W. BECOME a DRAFTSMAN through the practical tfaining of the COLUMBIA SCHOO)- OF DRAFTING, which SPE CIALIZES in this work. Our graduates- are recognized as professionally trained, their schooling) with us being the equivalent of .fPRACTICAL EXPERIENCE. DRAFTSMEN ARE GETTING EX CELLENT SALARIES AND THERE AREN'T ENOUGH OF .THEM TO. FILL THE MANY OPENINGS. HERE' IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. ' aafmewaav maaafmWE ?VTsiXil VTlJPt' gaatsshr aaajv lAmXoej an e Trpswvexise vasBjnaainatjaHjj rwhwClii jiaUasnmbiSBSBc aae. she. 'mmmmmryM'i ( Ireaeh sassmh . fMfal m fcSiSom gheas PmahWa 8i. CHIROPRACTIC TTTiimiw 3Auul uf EXPRESSION of Kxm Tadmmg soath of New ToA. Oar a4vaaced Dtawftafe aapOi in ghraa payiaa; pamV ia lacai Stock Cow- 1f XUh C V. W. NATWNAI. CTTT 8CSHHMU 7M nrteeatit Street 2i. W. Hh-UC Stock. Xertfc ef MMrttaad. TTpewrHMc-. Bafcln PKTrATX SKCRBTAKIAT. T 8tHetr Iadtvideal Xaetraeefea. STEWARD'S WASHIKATON'S IMAltUtm. BT78IXMS8 C0LL.KCK. 13th and V Sts. X.W. X. 88T1. "reHy aeeredtted by the Staaeerd h4. mm Ce4le ot America." WrHe er paeee for fwt ieormation about ear aem. Aa ppertmRr te Improve yeMlf, Beoi a itsfcielr te -aeetotit. The Waahiaetea Sebool ef .Calrsarnctte. Prot. J. SheliV Riley. D. O.. D. CJ. PresMeat; Fref. OtMert P. Brews. D. O.. X. C. Vie PrMMat: incorporated Sjr the Ualtea states uovarnmeu. coaaas Baeheler. Doctor. Master, aad ef ChlrosraeWc. M rRX. aad throe-year eaarsm. to well tooippod. Pelt Saealtx er trataed aad edoeeud m- straolAr. All ilisalais. methods taaaht as aajpaeta. Clem is now loimlog. Call or pa Mala ltM. .. I lSICOV deanem ot 1 pgiMPir W.. has two Cbab fat Voice Train. Paic SpcaJdaf. Debattac two sjfoamjiisjs each Privata or daas matroetiaa. MiiJsBoildiM, ITth sad Peaaa. ave. Vm S . L elevetam' Te sea sad la ear Matt. PraaklianaT. taatadio wood'; WoUaHOtion POTXST WXTTXOKK. Preps. Saertbaad. TypewrttlBc. Buukhioples. Qvll Sorrleo a toeeieMy. 13J1 Q ST. . W. PIIONM UAIX MTL n(-Mt t-Enroll THIS WEE1C,; before the -increased tuition rates take effect Night Classes Day Classes Individual Instruction Complete Course, 3 to 9 Months Call write or phone for catalogue of particulars, tell you of YOUR opportunities in Drafting. Let us NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE APVLIID ART IBM Pa. Are. next in Maes PRUX MAHOXBT. Dlreeter. Mam 1M8. School & CoJJeffe BOOKS Mew aad Secood-haad. PEimuiB tm aw 881 0 (. X. W. Opern rik UUIUUM CMi aartme r-Fifat it XdMSseVaV Wrrt bj IsTlilmij "ffcat m Ca ksmrfa f its St Oar hmtgmmu sjrva m snataf aa Export ACCOUNTANT Baeeatlvo aeeoeataaU eemmaad'bls; sal aries. Tbeeeaada of arms need mem. Many are earatoc from . to Win eymr. We train yea for "C. PVA.- teas or oxocetiv aeeoartaat ol Xnewledco ot boefckeoptac no r. We prepare yea from the sroaaa an. Oor eoarsa and sorvieo are aa ser the sapoc-Hsfcm of Wa B. Casloahohr. A.JC. "C. P. A former ComptroHer aaa Iaotraetor. tfalvorolty ot Ullaoto. iotoH4 by etafC f "C. P. A.'a Low fo. easy bra. WHto for fell serttealara or teta pbeae Xala 7M for ofaeo appointment. LaSaJk Bxiewiam Univeraky, 7M-753 Maaaey BaJIcHa. Opoa SToalaea. 3t m ST AXBAXS The Natleeai Cathedral School for Xeys Ceaatry Iay aad Boardlag- Sebool. 3fw opea-alr sebool room for beys I te is years of are. Reopeaa Wodaeoday. Sept. 24. 1919. Bishop ot WaaUaatoa. Prooi deat Board of Tnuteoa. WUItaw K. Chares, Head Master. Phoae Ctv. 4TC. S-3t Practical Electricity and Organic Chemistry Lecture and Laboratory Two Course, Startiag October 7. 1738 G St. mm v Men N-w- Y.M C 'A LAW SCHOOL Of The National University CeodaealloaaL (Ibc. br Speeial Act of Cossreas.) Slit Tear Bersa Oct. 1. 1919. Note Opportunity li offered te plete the undergraduate eovrae leadlac to the degree of LU B. In two years. For catalogue and Information aoplr Secretary. 691 Southern liMg. Tel. U. 6617. It Are You Keeping Up With The Times? Washington Golkf of Law. Co-EoWatiooaJ. Twenty-fourth year opened September 39, TUITION. 7S PBR AXNDM. SeosloBa t either 4;H or C:M p. m. Small Clasoes. IndlvMiMl Atteatlea. Modern Method. Three-year coarse LL. & Oeeryear poet sradaate LL. M. Special courses: Iaternatteaal Law. Patents and Trade-mark, Interetate Com merce. American Inetitatlonai aad FoHtl eat History. Btemeotary Law aad Feraoaal Property. Office Heers. 19 to S:3. 1217 NBW YORK AVBKUB. Phoae Mala Mi. 11 OLD DOXTXION ACABBMT. Robert Alten'a School for Boys from 8 to . Sem! -military. Prepare for College aad far Business. At health resort. Good lae ulty. Can, refer to three WeMaatea pleased patreaa Nov 1st te May 27th. JJM. Write R. B. Al.LKX. Sept.. Berkeley Spriaxs. W. Va. eel-3et The Young Women's Christian Association, 1333 FSt. N. W. Monday evening-. October 8. at 7 P. L. first lecture by Mrs. Harrlette Gunn Robersen. Open to the pub lic Mrs. Roberson's classes will meet regularly on Monday even ings. "Personality Building-." at T P. M.. "Short Story Writing- and Journalism." at S P. M. Fee: 12 lectures. $12. S LAKE SCHOOL ttTKXOGKAFKY AND TTPBWRtTKW Beet Courses Individual laetreotteaw M17-18 Soethera Bids;. 'Phoeo Main Ttrl- . CIVIL 8KKV1CK SBLK-IXSTRCCTOB Prle. tZ. PXARLMAITS. Ml O at. M. W. mhM-tf 'TB)e,,,iB THE NATIONAL SCHOOL OF IW3IO-THEJAPY is opea for earolUveats for the Patt Yorm. tm eoarae oatoraeos: pbyelelocy, elementary lertotocy, aweeHafc wa., ortheoaedle exeroiMa. modieal Ue. eHaleal and physical diagnosis, the seleaee aad pallooophy ot physio-therapy (laemdleg sovoral different ther apies). The decree of Poetor of PBU-Tberapy wiU be sraatod at araeV aatlen. A Commoa ehool Baoawea m ewacienc rot- rartaer lilimii eoaeelt the Dean or Srsretary at owe or the school. Room 4S CoaM neetal Truet Balldtac. 14th aad "W atreeta now. Mi j. jet of 12 If 3a ata Mataaaai te CWI Srr- ka It wtm -.w yfM to -Ka Tmamnf U la eeefer to aaanaamavemsa oao sarao wW ae sal 8a- td'',,mjjandaal TVdJavVaall ogspaTsaVasfesaVy miTZ&-J2uHF'" SHORT BC8IXBB8 AXB CIVXL aamflCB COpWBS; teSvidaal leetreetlesT start any bear, any day; drU serviee eoaroeo preeared hy former eaaeamer. THB BKIL- lUfcX(S17 htr c Jf. w rneae jaam ssas. 38 GdOTf WoaamCtOB Umrtety LAW SCHOOL , CO-BOCATKKAL Beams aMit Tear Soot. M, IMS. Mosaaer AssoelaUoa Amerieaa Law gohoeta Sleiet taaearda. lastractioa hr moot approved method. Maximum credit by other law eohoota. Forenoon eieaae 9 to 11 will be reoemed. Afternoon claise. S:l to :M. aad op tieaal early moramg- ciaaoe. 7:M to S:4e, for employed ntadeata.' Heers of I not rue tlon especially advaalageau to atudeats te Oovorameat emptey. aufl-tet PreZs. rrom apaia Coav SCHOOL OF WAaJIUfOTON iversatioaal Method. Rapid Progress. Memo LMo Btdg. M. MM. FXBNCH elatiM. opea Oct. ; rapid ooe vorsattoaal method, native teacher; Paris University register. &. ROOM Ml. Rtoh- Hotel ! PBBPABATION FOB UXTVBB6ITT. Kuace. mat hematics. pnyMc. ea ooneotar eaaMnnatioa : both sesoe; y. ate. COLUMBIA UNIVBR8ITT SCBCdhL. Day sad KlghU 97 11th at. N. W. M. ?aM. oeM-fr.sa.s.mo-tr MUSICAL' s MMW FKABL WAUSB. - TBACHBR OP F1AMO. Fepil of At WieNahewoka. eisydhaar XaBamf Salsiffliscaaita lIoac4r,' J- The Qvil Preparatoary School ggwtagaat Cacatr lata XeWfHMaaP S8hi T Special Frist -Graek examiaatioK and for til exanriaation f8T Crvfl Sarrka i Oetsatt lltk Offlea Oetohgr 18th. Tnttioa w entire count for thaae fgamiaationg, S5. Iagtrat-kioa fiva days and ftv BhU eack weak. S . ,l-if om ooaer It: tattia fyjgjl'-oaamo for this eaamlaeUoa S CrVIL SBRVICB PBBP ABATOR T 222 i"- W sad Pts Pboee rraehna 2ee. JyU-tf ACCOUNTANCY C.P.A. The herheot paid prefiaeiea taaaht th aghly la a few months ot heme study h sow system, aador the galdsacs of leC. P. 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