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of Expression MRS. W. E. THUBSTON, B. K.. Principal, 17 South Third Street, Richmond, ..... Virginia. A SCHOOL OF AESTHETIC CULTURE, offering superior advantages in Klocution, Oratory, Voice Training. Literary Interpretation. Dramatic and I'latlorm Art, Physical Training. Pedagogy. Two graduate courses. Catalogue sent on appli? cation. Phone Monroe 409. District of Columbia, Washington, Lafayette Square, Hamilton School Opposite the White House. For Girls and Young Ladies. Write (or catalogue. ?MRS. PHOEBE HAMILTON SEABROOK, Principal. The Shenandoah Valley Academy, WINCHESTER. VA. OR. B. M. ROSZF.L. Principal. Exceptional advantages in its military sys? tem and home influence.. All .ithl*tice en? couraged. New gymnasium. Latge swim? ming pool (50s2S feet). 1 rained teachers and individual attention in all classes. Healthful situation. No liclcness in years. For terms and full Information address DR. B. M. ROSZEL. Fishburne Military School WAYNES BORO. VA. Endowed by faculties ol Univ. of Va., W. ?? Lee Univ., etc. Teachers of experience and ability. Christian gentlemen who study care? fully the liest interests of pupils. Twelve States represented, from N. V. to Fla. Send for cataloft. JAS. A. FISHBURNE, A. U . Principal. Mary Baldwin Seminary For Young Ladies Stauntnn, Virginia. Term beg.ns September ?. 1011. Looted In the Shenandoah Volley of Virginia. Unsur? passed ?limate, beautiful grounds and modern appointment). .102 students part ?es,ion from 31 States Terms moderate. Pupils enter any time. Send for catalogue. MISS E. C. WEIMAR. Principal. Stonewall Jackson Institute An INC DON, VA. K College of High Grade for Girls and Young Women. Courses: Literary, Music, Art, Expression. Phy? sical Culture. Domestic- Science, Sewing. Huildir.gt. commodio'is and modern. Thorough instruction; Christian home influence. For catalog or other information address REV. R. D. CARSON. Presldenr. Abtngdnn, ...... Virginia. Southside Institute CHASE CITY, VA. FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES. Twenty-second s-s?ion. Staad, unsurpassed for (ood health. Celebrated Mecklenburg Min-ral Vater. Boarders limited to six-.y. Distinctively a home school. General Academic Courses. Music and Art. An accredited school. Stand? ards high. Terms unusually low. For catalogue address H. G. NOPPSINGER. M. A., Principal. ? ELEVENTH YEAR. / Misses Scott and Talcott Kindergarten and! Primary For Boys and Girls from 4 to 10 Years of Age. Opens Oct. 1st. Closes May 31st. Catalogue on application 14 West Main, Richmond, Va., or at book stores. 1793. 1912. BINGHAM, Asheville, N. C, Alone In the U. S., has been conducted for IIB years by three generations of Headmasters in the same family, who have prepared BOYS for College and Christian Citizenship since 1793. ?. BINGHAM, Atheville, N.C., Al one In the U. S., offers a FREE ROUND TRIP TICKET from anywhere within 1S00 miles of its location, to any parent who. on Inspection, is not convinced that, except for mere show, its pairs of ONE-STORY brick rooms, separated by ajttrapet FIRE Wall, are the BEST for Health, Sanita? tion. Ventilation aad Safety against FIRE which such parent ever caw. Send lor Catalogue or come and 6ee. COL. R. BINGHAM, Supt., R. F. D. No. 6. 1776. 1911. HAMPDEN SIDNEY COLLEGE Hampden-Sidney, Va. The second college in point of age la all the Southland. A distinguished body of alumni. High standards and thorough work. A strong faculty. A delightful climate. Beau? tiful and extensive campus. Modern athletic field. A splendid athletic record. Large dormi? tory recently equipped with every modern con? venience. Steam neat, gas, hot and cold baths, etc Courses leading to degrees B. A., B. S., 14. A. and R. L. It-unit entrance requirement. For catalogue or other information address President H- T. Graham, D. D., UUninden-Sldner. Ya, Fauquier Institute' WARRF.NTON. VA. A Thorough, Limited "Home" School (or Girls eod Younft Ladles. Large and experienced faculty who can give per conal attention to the individual. becnuse of a lim? ited number of pupils. The best and most ap? proved methods of teaching in alt departments. Refinement and culture encouraged in pupils. Rates. 5200 and upward*. For further informa? tion address MISS NELLIE V. BUTLER. Principal, Boi 100. Warrenton. Va, Shenandoah Collegiate Institute AND SCHOOL OF MUSIC Co-educational. College preparatory. Broad variety of musical rour..ej. intluding pipe orsan and orchestra. Piano tuning. Certificate admits to l.miversity of Virginia and other colleges. Terms: 1150 to $200. including board and tuition. Address S. C I.. Virginia Dayton. Box 300 (Shen? andoah Valley). Augusta Military Academy (Roller's School), FORT DEFIANCE. VA. In the famous Shenandoah Valley. Highest endorsement bv V. M. I. ami State Universities. A school with country location and modrrn equip? ment. Steam beat. Electric lights. Gymnasium containing running track, bowling alley, swimming pool. 125 acres with large campus. Able faculty of college men. Numbers limited. 25 States rep? resented last session. 37 years of successful work. Charge- HIS. Catalog on application. THOS. J. ROLLER. CHAS. S. ROLLER, Jr.. Principals. Richmond Training School for Kindergartners 1014 Rant Driiod Street, Itlrfimond, Vs., Reopen* September -<l, 1011. Two years' course in Kindergar? ten theory and practice. Post? graduate work and special classes open to other teachers. For further particulars address LUCY P. COLE MAN. Principal. Kuekncr. Va. BUS P'nd f^r catalogue to G. M. SMITHDKAL, I'reslilent. Oxford College OXFORD, N. C. Founded In 1R.V). Specialists at head of departments. Two degrees?Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. B. A. course lengthened by one year's work. B. P. course omits Latin after Caesar, French after freshman year and Math? ematics after Algehra. but retains full! English. Science, History and Moral Science courses This course is made as practical as possible, and relates education to the needs of people. Board and literary tuition, the vear, H66.00. Apply for illustrated cata? logue. F-. P. HOBGOOD. Elllcott City. Md. 15 miles from Baltimore. Main Line B. & O. Classes Begin September?. Select Boarding School for young men and boys, conducted bv Brothers of the Christian Schools. Courses?Literary, Scientific and Commercial. Diploma admits to Hopkins Medical Srhrol. Pre? paratory Department for boys from 12 years ol ] age and upward. Write for descriptive literature. BROTHER MAURICE, President. The Gilman Country School j Roland Park, Md. (Formerly Country School lor Boys.) Examinations for entrance sent by mail July 20 taken at the school Septem? ber 25. Term Opens Sept. 26. For catalogue and particulars address EDWIN B. KING, M. A., Headmaster. Virginia Polytechnic Institute BLACKSBURG, VA. Degree courses In Agriculture, Horticul? ture, Applied Chemistry, Applied Geology, | Civil, Mining, Mechanical/ and Electrical En? gineering, Metallurgy and Metallography Si ity- four Instructors. Thoroughly equipped shops, laboratories and'barns. Steam heat- ' Ing and electric lights in dormitories. Libra? ry 12,000 volumes. Farm of 1,100 acres. School of Agricultural Apprentices (One Year Course for Young Farmers.) Total cost of session of nine months, including tuition and other fees, board, washing, uniforms, medicaf attendance, etc., ?283.85. Cost to Vir? ginia students, S333.H5. > The next session opens Wednesday, Septem? ber 20, 1911. PAUL B. BARRINGER, M. D..LL. D., President. Write for catalogue. INSTITUTE WHICH OFFERS VAST OPPORTUNITIES TO MECHANICS STUDENTS AT WORK IX VIRGINIA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. VIRGINIA -MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, OF RICHMOND. BY FRANK ???. DUKE, Superintendent Virginia Meolinnlm' In Mtltutc. Hii-hmund. The Virginia Mechanics' Institute is not an ordinary school. There Is a clearness of conception In Its plan, a directness In its attack, a simplicity in its doing tha: enforce the sincerity of its message. Iis history is interwoven with the warp and woof of uur times. Hon. Judah P. Benjamin, the first Secretary of War of the Confederate States, had his offices in its original building, in the heart of the Confederate capital. Apprentice classes, established in 18R4. gave way to nightly vigils and councils of war In the beleaguered city. The constructive arts of peace were thrust aside for the destructive and cruel designs of civil strife. Tho halls, which had seen the quiet passing to and fro of ambitious stu Trinity Park School DURHAM. N. C. This high-grade Preparatory School ha3 com? pleted its thirteenth successful year, and invites careful investigation from parents who are con? sidering the matter of sending their sons away to school. Its location is ideal; its equipment unsurpassed. Students have use of the library, gymnasium and athletic fields of Trinity College. Special atten? tion given to health. A teacher in each dormitory looks after the living conditions of boys under his care. Faculty of college graduates who have made especial study of the care of boys. Inspiring lec? tures by prominent men at frequent intervals. High standards of class work, and most modern methods of instruction. Fall term opens September 13th. For illustrated catalogue address W. W. ri J.it, Headmaster, Durham. N. C. ST. MARY'S Raleigh, N. C. FOR YOUNG WOMEN AND GIRLS. Seventeenth Session. An Episcopal College and Preparatory School. Music. Art, Elocution, usiness and Domestic Science. Located in a 25-acrj grovt; unexcelled climate; remarkable health record. Fourteen electric lighted, steam heated buildings; 250 students; 28 teachers. 1281 per session and up. For illustrated bulletins addresa Rev. George W. Lot. Rector Peirce School The Largest and Beat Known Commercial School In tha United States. Prepares young men for buiinesa cateere and young women for positions aa amanuenses and private secretaries. Secures situations for ita graduates when so desired. ' Statistics show that within ten years after grad? uation two-thirda of the young men become own era of businesses or hold executive positions. Summer School, July 3d." Fall Term, September 5th. Catalogue upon application. PEIRCE SCHOOL, U3-9iS Cacstnu.t S,trcct, ?j fellade|0hla, dents, were the centre of the hurly burly of war and clatter of soldiery for four long; years. Confederate his? tory was war?its one department- I head, the Secretary of War?its depot,! the arsenal.?its temple of Mars, the] old Mechanics' Institute, whence wero j sent the orders lor the conduct of the one function of the government, where were negotiated the contracts for sup? plies, and where were first reflected the varying fortunes of the heroic army, whote deeds are being fused into ro? mance, whose achievements enrich the sci?nce of war. and whose simple faith and sacrifice have fixed upon a higher plane the possibilities of the Anglo Saxon race. In the Ideals of the people the school finds its nourishment. Its ambition Is to maintain an Intimacy with Its con? stituency by the adaptation of Its courses to the needs of a people in? creasing in wealth through Industrial activity. Six years ago was begun the pres? ent system of offering practical shop work, and the growth and success of these shops have demonstrated tho wisdom of continuing to offer thetie courses with necessary extensions. The school shop has an Important function In stimulating interest in the class work of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, physics, draw? ing, electricity and theoretical me? chanics. A special need of Richmond for In? dustrial training which is being met by the school Is the development of continuation courses tor those already in the Industries. This need will be met next year by offering a greater variety of courses In the night classes; viz., mathematics, science, shop, drawing, and language, and In the afternoon, special classes will be offered from 1 to 5 o'clock. Tho young men will ho taken in squads of twenty?each man attending one aT ternoon a week. By combining this course with two nights a week ho may have eight hours, which will enable any ambitious apprentice to make geTod progress. ^JVilh the co-operation of the Indus? trie::, the apprentices will attend school j during working hours and will be paid | as If they were at work. Doctors. lawyers, engineers, and 1 teachers are educated at public ex-j pense, or partially at public expense j Why should not vocational training " * _ The Hannah I More Academy I Baltimore Co., Md. DIOCESAN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. SS College Preparatory and Academic HH Courses. Exceptional advantages la Music BBfl and-Art. College trained teachers. Sur- I - rounding* of culture and refinement. ANNA L. LAWRENCE, fji Prlnlprat. for mechanics be offered on a similar basis? On account of receiving an annual appropriation from the city for ex penses, the Virginia Mechanics' In? stitute Is nhle to open its registration to any young man. not under fifteen years of age, for the nominal charge of t.l a session for one class and *1 for each additional class taken. During the session, which closed May IS last, 570 students were registered. During the past live years enrolment has Increased from 3fiS to 570 or fi? por cent., while the attendance has in? creased *3 per cent- . The institute maintains a library and free reading-room, which are open to the public summer and winter. ^uthern Seminary System of Schools fl) SOUTHERN SEMINARY, Buena Vliu, Va. Box 3?3. For Girls and Young Women. Rate, I2T1J0. (J) ALI.EGHANY COLLEGIATE INSTI? TUTE, Alderaon,' W. Va. For Young Men and Younx Women. Rate, 1167.50. Address Box 233. (3) BOtniXO ORKEN SEMINARY, Bowl? ing Green. Va. Box 333. For Girls and Young Women. Rate. 1147 SO. Address proper school for catalogue. REV. E. II. BOtVE, REV. J. S. ENGEE. A. BE. Principals, N. B.--The High Literary Standard, the Horn? Life. Health and History. Each has benefits of two principals, not one only, as most schools. Tht?ra Ore other uncommon featuros about these schools. Examlno them. Miss Morris's School for Girls 3 East Grace Street, Richmond, Va. Prepares For College Address , MISS SUSIE P. MORRIS, Principal, 1116 West Avenue. Virginia Christian College LYNCIIBUIIG. VA. Beautiful for situation; excellent appointments; strong faculties; broad courses; safe and sane con? ditions; reasonable rates. Five Schools in the College School of Liberal Arts; School of the Bible; School of Domestic Science; School of Fine Arta and the Academy. For Men and Women Wrile lor catalog to S. T. WILLIS, A. M., IX. I > . I president, TRINITY DURHAM, N. C. 1859?1891?1910-1911 Three memorable dates: The granting of the charter for Trinity College; the removal of the College to the growing and prosperous city of Durham; the building of the New and Greater Trinity. Magnificent new buildings, new equipment, and en? larged facilities mean even greater opportunities for earnest young men seeking .the best sort of education. Comfortable hygienic dormitories and beautiful, pleasant surroundings. Aid to worthy young men. For catalogue and other information address R. L. FLOWERS, Secretary to the Corporation. Stuart Avenue and Sheppard Street, Richmond, Va. Opens in September OFFERS (1) Four Years Academic Course. Prepares for College. Fits for Business. (2) Moral Training a Special Aim. (3) Military Training. RT. REV. LEO HAID, President. Descriptive. Catalogue may be had ot Rev. F. Edwards, IM E. Marshall St. F. Charles. South Richmond. F. Jerome. Cathedral Place. University of Virginia CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA. E. A. ALDERMAN, LL. D.. President. THE COLLEGE.?In this department four-year courses can be selected leading to the degrees of bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Science (cultural) and Bachelor of Science (vocational-) THE DEPARTMENT OF GRADUATE STUDIES.?In this department Bachelor*of Art and Bachelors of Science may spedallxe In any direction they choose. Degree* offered are Master of Arts. Master oi Science and Doctor of Philosophy. THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE.?In this department a four-year course Is gjvtn leading to the degree o( Doctor of Medicine. The completion of a four-year High School Course and College courses in Chemistry, Biology and either Physics, German or French, are required for entrance to this department. THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING.?In this department fourye.r course* are given leading to the degrees of Mining Engineer, Civil Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer and Chemical Engineer. , THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW.?In this department * three-year coursels given leading to the degree oi Bachelor of Law. Tuition In the Academic Departments free to Virginian*. Loan Funds available. All other expenses reduced to a minimum. Send for catalog. HOWARD WINSTON, Registrar. State Normal School HARRISONBURG, VA. For the Professional Training of Teachers and Home-makers Regular Normal and Professional Courses; also, special courses In Kindergarten Train Ing. Household and Industrial Art*. Unsurpassed location. 250 students last session. Free tuition. All expenses low. Third year begins September 27, 1911. For catalogue address JULIAN A. BURRUSS. President. Harrltonburg, Va, VIRGINIA COLLEGE For Young Ladies. Opens September 28, 1911. One of the leading schools in the South. Modern buildings. Campus 10 acres. Located in Valley of Virginia, famed for health and beauty of scenery. Elective, Preparatory and College Courses. Music, Art, Expression, Domestic Science, under the direction of European and American instructors. Students from 32 States. For catalogue address MATTHS P. HARRIS, President. Mrs. GERTRUDE HARRIS BOATWRIGHT, Vice-president. 1 N. C. OXFORD, For over 6fl years this school h*? trained yount men to be of strong; body. active minds and high ideals. Character first here. Our graduate* are our best recommendation. Our location is remarkable for healthfulnesa, natural beauty and freedom from bad influences. While the discipline U military, a ?trong homo atmosphere prevails. Every boy receives Individual attention. Healthy athletics encouraged. 4 This school is endorsed by Governor Kitchenr* Ex-Oov?rnor* Glenn. * Ex-Congrossman SWjnner. Gen. Julian 8. Carr. Chief Jostle* Walt? Clark North Carolina. 1 Vandeome catalog, write COL. *, C. HORNER, Oxford, N. C.