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St. Paul Normal
AJYD Industrial School Levnrrencevllle, V?V| ron the complete education of NEGRO TOITH of BOTH SEXES. Normal ? Industrial- Agricultural. Instruction free In ?11 ilcpsnmcnu. En? tire f?P|,n" of the elphi months' term. In eluding everything except books snd uni? form, Is |78, For catalogue, address (Rev.) james s. RUSSELL, Lawreueevllle. Va. Miss Ellett's School for Girls Opposite Monroe Park, 14 N, Laurel St., Richmond. .... - Virginia. Careful attrntton to little girls. Athletic field outside the city. Preparatory to Bryn Mawr College. Certificate admita to Vasaar. Sweet Briar Scholarship NOTRE DAME of Maryland A COLLEGE FOR WOMEN. Conducted by School Sisters of Notre Panic-. To tt.iln the body, mind and spirit, to de? velop true womanhood. Is the aim of Notre Pnme It is Ideally locnted In a beautiful nark of 70 acres, affording splendid oppor? tunities for all forms of outdoor exercises, euch ns rowing, basket ball, tennis, hockey, horseback riding. Beautiful building!, a magnlfloent new one completed last year. Instructors In nil departments are special? ists. Lecturers of nntlonnl reputation. Courses regular and elective. Exceptions! opportunities for the study of Mualc and Art. Notre Dame l"repnrntory School for tilrls is for your.cer students to whom spe? cial care ani attention is given. For views of grounds and .-uta'.og address Charles Street Ave., Baltimore. .Mil, Normal and Collegiate Institute ASHEVILLE, N. C. Established 1S92. fdeal location. Splendid equipment. Write for catalogue. EDWARD P. CHILDS, President. Southern Female College On historic ground. In touch with the oldest civilization in America For a hau century It has developed personality?in health, scholarship, manners and character. Unusual broad? ening and refining influences. Here a moderate outlay tccurei the best personal training. Ideal climate. 1 liehe.?: Virginia standards. Preparatory. College and Finishing Courses. Snedal two-year course lor High School grad? uates. Music Art. Expression. Domestic Science. Hible Study. Five buildings with gymnslum. Outdoor athletics Steam heat, electric lights. Students from 20 States. S25U to $3S0. ? For beautiful catalogue address ARTHUR KYLE DAVIS, A. M., President. Box ISO. PETERSBURG, VA. The Art Club of Richmond, Virginia 521 West Grace Street CPUAHT providing instruction in DRAWING, PAINTING, ll.H'S BWnVVli TKATION. COMPOSITION. DESIGN. INTERIOR DECO? RATION. MODELING, NORMAL TRAINING. ?^ C/LXJ13 lrl'ou?h its social and educational influences, promoting a healthy School Session 19ll-l?lI. Summer School 1911, October 1st to June 1st. June and July. This school awards five rrholsrshlps every year. Its ndvanced pupils have la their turn won scholarships in the best art schools in the United Stale*. Senior and Juinur Membership, e.irh t.1.00 tier annum, which includes A FREE CLASS of one le.-on per week. INSTRUCTORS: Nor? Houston, Adele Clark, Mary ? Uaughman. Mrs. C. Irvine Link- For admission and catalogue apply at 1 he Art Club. A Reanoke National Business College Conceded the leading school of the South. Owns the l>nil?iiiif? it occupies; elegantly equipped; 12 teachers; 2 Commercial and Separate Banking; Actual Business, Shorthand and Typewriting Departments. Fine Auditorium, seating 400 students. 100 Typewriters, Adding and other business ma? chinery; 600 students last year. Positions for graduates and competent tinder-graduates. No vacations. I'upils may enter at any lime. Fall ses? sion opens September 5th. , Write for free catalogue. Address f.. M. COULTER, President, MODEM MODERN BOOKS SCHOOLS B. F. JOHNSON PUBLISHING CO. Atlanta RICHMOND Dallas STATE FEMALE NORMAL SCHOOL, FARMVILLK, VA. Every fjraduaie is an rxnerienred teat her when she receives her diploma. Graduates of accredited high schools admitted ?without examination to the following, courses: Two-Year Professional Course. Two-Year Kindergarten Course. The leading Unlversitii , Colleges ami Normal Schools of the country are represented in the fat ultjf. For information concerning State scholarships and details of the work offered address J. L. JAR MAN, President, Farmville, Va. -BUILDINGS AI HOLLINS COLLEGE NEW Iii BRA hl* AT HOLLrvs COLLEGE, HOL MKS, VA niriLDI.VGS AT HOLLINS COLLEGE, UOLLIXS, VA. CHARLES Ij. COCKE MEMORIAL LIUitARV, HOLLItVS COLLEGE. Fort Loimdoum SeminnarY (Continued From First Page) and to work and to play and to look up at the stars.?to despise nothing lit the world except falsehood and mean? ness, and to fear nothing except cowardice,?to think seldom of your enemies, and every day of Christ; and to spend as much time as you can with body and with spirit In God's out-of-dnors?these are little guide posts on the footpath to peace." And Ulis "J "111 this day try to live a simple, sincere, and Bereite life. ?exercising economy in expenditure, carefulness in conversation, diligence In appointed service, anil a childlike trust In God." And this "To live content with Ftriiill means, to seek elegance rather t.han luxury, and refinement rather than fashion?to bear all cheerfully, do all bravely, await occasions, hurry never, In a word, to let the spiritual, unbidden and unconscious, grow up Fork Union Military Academy Fork Union, Virginia. DR WILLIAM E. HATCHER, President. Until grade preparatory school, strong corps rsfrirrifrd teachers. Stria military discipline under direct supervision ol Wat Department LottUoa noted for health. Last .n lie?t In Mstor) r.l school. Hoard, tuition, et, . SIMVOO. roi catalogue and Information, address E. S. LIGON, Headmaster, Fork Union. Va. through the common?this is to he my symphony." The key of hope to this "end of al! perfection" in life, whether tolling In an ofJlce. or reigning In a home, or salllrir.' the hlKh seas. Is that It is%the evolution of one's Individuality, un? mindful of nnd not dependent upon outward circumstances. The creed Ik cerely the elaboratloh of the Master Teacher's de< laratlon. ?"Tbc kingdom of heaven is within you " The heal teat her in the light of this is the one who teaches the value of the Individual; who teaches the pupil to reverence himself; who teaehes him that "he can because he thinks he cm;" who goes before him demonntrat. ing "crede mihi, res severa est gaud lum verum." The best school is the one in which the teachers are inspired with the aw? ful significance of their high calling; in which they come into personal contact VIEW OH TOUT I.Ol'IJOIJN SEMINARY. Phillips Brooks School, 4224 Ilaltlmore Ave.. Philadelphia. Adjoins Clark Park, In a quiet part of West Philadelphia. Men teachers. Careful attention to preparation ior recitation and cultivating right habits of study. New gymnasium. Ample play grounds. Kighth year opens Sep trnil.tr 27th. '?'or illustrated ratalogue. address AI.FKED C. ARNOLD, Headmaster. V The Southern Presbyterian College and Conservatory of Music The School Amonft the Pines. Best educational advantages. Large and ef? ficient faculty. Brick buildings. Electric light*. Steatn heat. Delightful cllnute. Mineral springs. Charges reasonable. For catalogue, address C. O. VARDKLL. Red Springs. N. C. ?with all the pupils every day; In which Is exhibited the talent for taking in? finite pains; in whirh accuracy is In? sisted upon; in which the enthusiasm ] of the teachers makes the "dry bones" live; In which the pupils aro taught to realize that they are not only prepar? ing to live, but are living. In n world ns real as any that they Will ever In? habit. In which the choice between good and evil Is ever present. In which ? heir Influence is to be "on ages tell? ing;" In which great thoughts are the dally mental food; In which a democ? racy is established whose platform is: j "Who sweeps a room as for Thy laws. Makes that and the action fine;" und whose aspiration is: "And let the beauty of the Lord our God be upon us; and establish thou the ? work of our hands upon tis." Parents, find that school, and when you have found It. give the teacher.-; time to demonstrate what can be done for your child. Alas, for the millions who "finish school" before they have mastered the alphabet! I r Alders'on Baptist Academy, A Hlfih Grodo School for Young Men and Full college preparatory. Ha* its graduates In the best colleges of Virginia. Pieparatory, Academic and Teacher Training Department*. Excellent instruction in Music, Art and Ex? pression by utipetior teachers. ? beautiful location In the famous Greenbrler Valley. Chargen low. Address E. M. LOUTHAN, A. M., Principal: MISS EMMA C. AI.DF.RSON, Lady Principal, derion, W. Va. Women. J Virginia School jfl^Supply Comp'y P. O. Box 474 RICHMOND, Office: 18 S. 9th St. VIRGINIA School Desks, Blackboards, School Wagons Old Dominion Heating and Ventilating System Crayons, Erasers, Maps, Globes, Wire Window Guards Every article needed for Schools and Colleges Manual Training Benches Domestic Science Furniture and Supplies and Supplies SEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE 1865 Hire's 1911 chool JOHN P. McGUIRE, Principal. Opposite Monroe Park, Richmond, Va. Forty-seventh session opens September 18. Certificate admits to advanced standing at University of Virginia. Each boy lias constant individual attention. Classes small. The average number In each class last year was eight. At University of Virginia boys prepared here received eight degrees In 1907; seven degrees In 1908; five degrees In 1909, and five degrees in 1910. Only experienced university men engaged In Upper School. Lower School with separate rooms and instruction for little boys. All teachers give the whole of their time to the work of this school. exhibiting a careful and thorough preparation which has made them marked men in the classes. "During the past ten years no less than forty-five have hecn entered from the school directly into the senior bachelor of arts course in mathematics, and their uniform success in this course speaks in unmistakable terms of the thoroughness of their preparation. "It is one of the few schools in Virginia in whirh the old-time thoroughness of preparation is carefully main? tained." Dr. J. M. Page, Professor of Mathematics and Dean of the University of Virginia, writing September 13, 1909, says: "For about ten years it has been my duty to pass upon the preparation of students entering the University, and it is only fair to say that in no case have I found that a student entering with the McGuire recommendation proved later to be deficient "in the subjects for which he was recommended. . . . I have no hesitation in saying that any parent should consider himself most fortunate who has the opportunity to enter his son at McGuire's." Professor Fitz Hugh, of University of Virginia, writing August 16, 1909, says: "McGuire's Univeristy Scltooi is one of the very line?' types of Southern private schools for preparation for college, and stands to-day in the very prime of its working efficiency. The students from McGuire's are uniformly successful in the Latin classes at the University. 1 can recommend this school without reserve." Prof. Echols, of the U. Va., writinp; August 20, 1909 says: "Especially in mathematics have the boys from McGuire's distinguished themselves at the University, Richmond Conservatory Of Music PRANK EUGENE COSBY, Director, RMS V.nmt Grnce Street, ------- niehmnnrf, Vo. OPEN ALL THE YEAR The management desires to call the attention of the public to the Conservatory's modern equipped Studio? and their convenient and de .'halle location, rendering them easily accessible to all parts of the city and suburbs, yet avoiding the disagreeable features of contact with the noise and bustle of business centr's. Graduates of the Conservatory have Immediate access to paving positions, as close relations are maintained with the best teacherr.' bureaus. The departments of the Conservatory consist of the study of Piano. Pipe Organ, Harmony. Theory. Voice. V|o]|n, Mandolin, Hanio, Guitar. Band Instruments, Elocution, Dramatic Art. Physical Culture. History of Music, Drawing and Painting, Catalogue on application. RICHMOND COLLEGE (Established 1832.) Richmond College has just closed one of the most successful sessions in its history. The students of the past session were admitted on the basis of the standard entrance requirements of the Southern Association of College^, and this insured more even grading and better work. While the number of freshmen was cut down considerably, the number of old students who re? turned exceeded the record of the previous sessions. The total number of college students was 340. The income of the College was also greater last year than in any previous session. While one of the large dormitories was destroyed by fire, there will be no reduction in the number of rooms on the campus for the use of students. Two hundred students can he assigned rooms in the college dormitories, and will be given preference in the order of application. The courses of study lead to the degrees of B. A., B. S., M. A. and the Law degree of LL. B. The next session begins September 21st. For full information and catalogue address F. W. BOATWRIGHT, President, Richmond, Va. . Virginia Mechanic's Institute RICHMOND'S NIGHT SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY Founded 1854. An Industrial Improvement School for Young Men Over 15 Years of Age. \pprcptlcc and Trade Courses in Cabinet Making, Wood Pattern Making, TBlacksmith and Forging, Machine Shop, Plumbing, Practical Electricity, Automobile. Instruction is Divided into Eiftht Schools. I. Mathematics. II. Science. III. Drawing and Designing. IV. Language. V. Mechanical Shops. VI. Clay Modeling. VII. Commercial. VIII. Engineering. All classes meet from 7:30 to 0:30 Monday to Friday evenings For catalogue and information apply to W. J. WHITEHURST, President. FRANK W. DUKE, Supt. DAVIS-WAGNER new buiidingaccommodatingI " 500 students. POSITIONS FOB GRADUATES. CATALOGUE FREE. Z46-/56 W.MAltf STREET. NORFOLK, VA.