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Young men and young women find here a homelike atmosphere, thorough and efficient training in every department of a broad culture, a loyal and helpful school spirit. Liberal endowment permits liberal terms, $300 per year.
For catalogue and information address
ARTHUR W. PEIRCE, Litt. D., Principal. MASSACHUSETTS, Springfield, 66 Besse Place. A course of
Short-Story Writing forty lessons in the history, form, structure, and writing of the Short-Story taught by J. Berg Esenwein, Editor, Lippincott's Magazine. 250-p. catalogue free. Write to-day. THE HOME Correspondence SCHOOL. OHIO, Glendale.
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Glendale College for Women gins Sept. 20th. Location ideal for a girl's school. Certificate privileges. Collegiate Courses leading to diploma. Art, Music, Expression, Domestic Science. Terms moderate. MISS R. J. DEVORE, President. NEW-YORK, Poughkeepsie. Box 802. Refers to Dr. James Putnam Hall VASSAR PREPARATORY M.Taylor, Pres. VasSCHOOL FOR GIRLS sar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Dr. Wm. Arnold Shanklin, Pres. Wesleyan University: Dr. Talcott Williams, of the Philadelphia Press. Certificate admits to leading colleges. ELLEN CLIZBE BARTLETT, A.B., Prin. NEW-YORK, Dobbs Ferry-on-Hudson. MACKENZIE SCHOOL Equipped and administered for the thorough preparation of 150 boys for college, technical schools, and higher business careers. Catalogue and illustrated booklets upon request. JAMES C. MACKENZIE, Ph.D., Director. NEW-YORK, Troy. 98th year. 400 feet above SCHOOL Emma Willard the city. Four new fireFOR GIRLS. proof buildings, the gift of Mrs. Russell Sage. Preparatory, General and Special Courses. Certificate privileges. Music, Art, Elocution, Domestic Science. Gymnasium with swimming pool. MISS ELIZA KELLAS, Ph.B., Principal. SAINT JOHN'S SCHOOL VERBECK HALL
MANLIUS SCHOOL Thorough preparation for col
lege or business. Military training. Designated by War Department as "Distinguished Institution," 1904-'05-'06-'07-'08-'09-'10, this being highest honor paid by U. S. Government. WM. VERBECK, Pres. NEW-YORK, Tarrytown-on-Hudson.
Irving School for Boys Prepares for all colleges
and scientific schools. In the historic "Irving" country, 25 miles from New York. Gymnasium, swimming pool and fine athletic field. Address
J. M. FURMAN, A.M., Head Master, Box 909. NEW-YORK, Tarrytown-on-Hudson, Lock Box 701.
Miss C. E. Mason's SUBURBAN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Upper School for girls 13 to 25; Lower School for girls 8 to 13. All departments. Special courses in Art, Music, Literature, Languages. Certificate admits to leading colleges. New York City Annex. European travel class. For illustrated catalogue address
MISS C. E. MASON, LL.M.
One hundred and eighth year.
Thirty miles from Boston, in the beautiful Merrimac Valley. Extensive grounds and modern equipment. Certificate admits to leading colleges. General course of five years and two years' course for High School graduates.
Address Miss LAURA A. KNOTT, A.M., Principal. MASSACHUSETTS, Natick.
Walnut Hill School
A College Preparatory School for Girls.
Seventeen miles from Four Buildings. GymBIGELOW, Principals.
FOR Miss Capen announces
Miss Capen's School GIRLS.
that her school, for
many years known as "The Burnham School," will in the future be called "Miss Capen's School for Girls." Correspondence should be addressed to MISS B. T. CAPEN, Principal.
MASSACHUSETTS, Northampton. Founded by Mary A. BurnThe Burnham SCHOOL FOR ham in 1877, is continuing GIRLS without interruption under the direction of Miss Helen E. Thompson and Miss Martha C. Burnham. Preparatory, Graduating, and Special Courses. Correspondence should be addressed to Miss HELEN E. THOMPSON, Headmistress.
ROGERS HALL SCHOOL
Thirty-eight minutes from Boston. New England College entrance certificate. Advanced general course for High School Graduates. Complete grounds for all outdoor sports. Well ventilated, Colonial sunny buildings with safe sanitation. mansion, cottages and gymnasium. For catalogue, address
MISS OLIVE S. PARSONS, B.A., Principal.
"THE ELMS" SCHOOL FOR GIRLS English, Music, Special, and College Preparatory Courses. Certificate admits to Vassar, Smith, Mt. Holyoke, Wellesley.
MISS PORTER, Principal, Springfield, Mass. MASSACHUSETTS, Norton. (30 miles from Boston) SEMINARY FOR YOUNG WOMEN. 77th year. Large Wheaton endowment permits moderate terms. Certificates to College. Advanced courses for high-school graduates and others. Art and Music. Ample grounds and buildings. Gymnasium. Sports. Catalogue and views. Rev. SAMUEL V. COLE, A.M., D.D., Pres.
MASSACHUSETTS, West Bridgewater.
for Girls and Young Ladies
Healthful location. Modern buildings.
MISS SARAH E.
NEW JERSEY, Hightstown, Box 5-N. An endowed school. Peddie Institute Strong teachers. 250 boys. Prepares for all colleges. Business course. Music. Sixty acre campus, athletic field, gymnasium, swimming pool. Rates, $400. Lower school for boys 11 to 14 years. Forty-sixth year opens Sept. 20. Catalog. R. W. SWETLAND, A. M., Prin. NEW JERSEY, Montclair, 24 Walden Place." Montclair Academy method. Fine equipment. ColHas a distinct personality and lege or business preparation. Write for booklet "Your Boy and Our School," with direct message to all boys' parents. Address JOHN G. MacVICAR, A. M.
NEW JERSEY, Lakewood.
MISS ETHEL WALKER'S
Opens Oct. 3, 1911. College preparatory course and general course. Special facilities for riding and other out-of-door activities. Particular attention given to girls under fourteen.
Head of school, ETHEL M. WALKER, A.M., Bryn Mawr College. Address 137 East 40th Street, New York City.
NEW JERSEY, Orange.
Miss Beard's School
NEW JERSEY, Morristown.
Kent Place School FOR Preparatory and AcaGIRLS. demic Courses. Certificates admit to Vassar, Smith, and Wellesley. 20 miles from New York. Catalogue. MRS. SARAH WOODMAN PAUL, Principal. HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE, LL.D., Prest. Board of Directors. NEW JERSEY, Englewood. College preparatory and special
Dwight School FOR courses. Certificates accepted
GIRLS by leading colleges. Limited number of pupils insures individual attention. Spacious grounds. Suburban to New York. Gymnasium. Tennis, riding. Address Box 604. MISS CREIGHTON and MISS FARRAR, Principals. VIRGINIA, Sweet Briar. Box 105. A COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, of Sweet Briar College ley, Smith and Bryn Mawr. the grade of Vassar, WellesFour years of collegiate and two years of preparatory work are given. On Southern Railroad south of Washington. Catalogue and views sent on application to DR. MARY K. BENEDICT, Prest.
HOLLINS A college for young women. Founded 1842. College, Elective and Preparatory Courses. Music, Art, etc. Located in Valley of Virginia. 500 acres. Seven miles north of Roanoke. Invigorating mountain climate. For catalogue address MISS MATTY L. COCKE, President, Box 302.
Stuart Hall (Formerly the VIRGINIA FEMALE INSTITUTE.) A Church School for Girls in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Diploma for General and Music Courses. College Preparation. Separate residence for little girls. Catalog 125 on request. 68th session Sept. 21, 1911. MARIA PENDLETON DUVAL, Principal. INDIANA, Connersville, Box 3, R.D. 6. Charmingly situated in Elmhurst School for Girls the country, excellent opportunities for quiet study, golf, tennis, boating, etc. Academic, Preparatory and Finishing Courses, with Diplomas. Preparation for Foreign Travel. Music. Physical Training. Open June and July for girls' camp.
Ogontz School P. O., Box A, Pa. In the suburbs, 20 minutes from Philadelphia: two hours from New York. Park of 65 acres. The buildings, the late Mr. Jay Cooke's fine property, afford ample accommodations. The appliances for the promotion of the welfare of the pupils, mentally and physically, are all that could be desired. Every real advantage of the city is secured, together with the beauty, freedom and healthfulness of country life. The social and family life at Ogontz is a special feature. Catalogue and views on request. MISS SYLVIA J. EASTMAN, MISS ABBY A. SUTHERLAND, A.B., Principals.
49th Year. Civil
Pennsylvania Military College Engineering
(C.E.); Chemistry (B.S.); Arts (A.B.). Also Preparatory Courses Infantry, Artillery, Cavalry. National reputation for excellence of system and results. Catalogue of COL. CHARLES E. HYATT, Pres PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia, Germantown. Walnut Lane SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Prepares for Wellesley, Vassar, Smith, Holyoke ar Bryn Mawr. Modern language and special courses. Music, domestic science. Tennis, basket-ball, horseback riding. MISS S. EDNA JOH STON, A. B., Prin. MISS EDITH HOLMES GREGORY, A. B., Registrar. PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia, Oak Lane.
Miss Marshall's School FOR GIRLS Academic and Mu Departments. College Preparatory and Special Courses. location. New building. Comfortable home life and outdoor sports. For catalogue, address Miss E. S. MARSHALL PENNSYLVANIA, Hollidaysburg, P. O. Box G.
Miss Cowles School for Girls Holliday
EMMA MILTON COWLES, A.B., Head of School. Recently associated with Milwaukee-Downer College. Preparatory to Bryn Mawr, Radcliffe, Wellesley, and other colleges. Healthful location in heart of Alleghany Mountains-1000 fee: altitude. Large Main stone building, all modern improvements, private baths. Gymnasium and swimming-pool in charge of resident physical director. Diplomas in academic and college preparatory courses. Resident specialists in all departments. Special care to younger pupils. For catalogue address, THE SECRETARY.
PENNSYLVANIA, Bryn Mawr. Preparatory to Bryn Mawr, The Baldwin SCHOOL Smith, Vassar, and Wellesley FOR GIRLS Colleges. Certificate privi leges. Also a strong general course. Fire-proof stone building Address P. O. Box D. JANE L. BROWNELL, A.M., Head ELIZABETH FORREST JOHNSON, A. B., Associate Head PENNSYLVANIA, Bryn Mawr.
Miss Wright's School for Girls
Preparatory to Bryn Mawr College. Diploma in College Preparatory and Finishing Course. Certificate admits to Vassar, Smith and Wellesley. Circular upon request.
Taconic School for Girls Overlooking a beautiful lake in the Berkshire Hills. Girls taught how to study. MISS LALIAN DIXON, A.B. MISS BERTHA BAILEY, B.S.
CONNECTICUT, Litchfield Co., New Milford. INGLESIDE-A School for Girls Founded by Mrs. Wm. D. Black.
School year opens Tuesday, October 3d, 1911.
MRS. WILLIAM BLACK PELL, Patroness.
CONNECTICUT, Cornwall, Litchfield County. RUMSEY HALL A home school for young boys in the Berkshires. Careful preparation for secondary schools. Particular attention to the formation of manly character and good habits. Athletics and gymnasium. For catalogue address LOUIS H. SCHUTTE, Headmaster. CONNECTICUT, Washington. WYKEHAM RISE
A Country School for Girls.
MISS DAVIES, Principal. CONNECTICUT, Washington, Litchfield County. The Gunnery School for Boys Founded in 1850 by Frederick W. Gunn. Upper and Lower Schools. JOHN C. BRINSMADE, Headmaster.
NORTH CAROLINA, Asheville. Asheville School IN THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH
CAROLINA near Asheville. A wellequipped, high-grade school for boys. Climate unexcelled. Scholastic advantages equal to the best Eastern preparatory schools. Property containing seven hundred acres gives opportunity for healthful outdoor life. Graduates now in Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Williams, Amherst, Cornell, Rensselaer, Lehigh, Michigan, Wisconsin, Leland Stanford. Boys attending are from Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Colorado, California, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma. For Year-Book, address Recorder.
CALIFORNIA, Los Angeles.
California Hospital SCHOOL FOR NURSES. Three years learning profession without expense in California's beautiful city. Medical, Surgical, Maternity, Eye and Ear Departments. Illustrated booklet free. Write, Medical Director.
CALIFORNIA, Oakland. (Near Oakland). The only Woman's Col
Mills College lege on the Pacific Coast. Chartered 1885.
Entrance and graduation requirements equal to those of Stanford and University of California. Twenty-two departments. Ideal climate. President, LUELLA CLAY CARSON, Á.M., Litt. D., LL.D. For catalogue address Secretary, Mills College P.O. MICHIGAN, Detroit. Established 1878.
The Detroit Home and Day School Thirty received in the school-family. Prepares for College. Well-equipped gymnasium and laboratories for physics, chemistry, and domestic science. THE MISSES LIGGETT, Principals.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Washington, Columbia Heights. FAIRMONT
A HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Playground adjoining.
MARYLAND, Forest Glen.
NATIONAL PARK SEMINARY
Washington, D. C. (Suburbs)
A unique school for the education of girls by rational,
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Washington, Mt. St. Alban.
National Cathedral SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Fireproof Building. Park of 40 acres. Unrivaled advantages in music and art. Certificate admits to College. Special Courses. The BISHOP OF WASHINGTON, President Board of Trustees. MRS. BARBOUR WALKER, M. A., Prin.
DIST. OF COLUMBIA, Washington, Mintwood Pl. and 19th St. Bristol SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. French Residence. Special Preparatory, Academic and two years' Collegiate Courses. New $50,000 fireproof building connecting French and English houses. Gymnasium, swimming pool. Basket-ball, tennis. Location high, healthful-park of 5 acres. MISS ALICE A. BRISTOL, Prin. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Washington, 2103-09 S Street.
Academic, College Prepar
Washington Seminary atory and Special Courses.
Culture class for Post-Graduates, offering advanced English, Civics,
1548 Tribune Building, Chicago.
MAINE, Lake Messalonskee, near North Belgrade. YOU PROBABLY REALIZE THAT AN OUTDOOR LIFE of two months in a well-conducted boys' camp gives the growing boy the best possible summer vacation.
on Lake Messalonskee, near North Belgrade, Maine, offers the splendid combination of good food, clean sports, good companions, experienced leaders, camp physician, and complete equipment. Base-ball, basket-ball, foot-ball, swimming, tennis, track, fishing, canoeing, motor-boating, and mountain-climbing. Tutoring by college graduates. Number of boys positively limited to 25. Booklet. FRANK H. SCHRENK, B.S, 126 N. 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa. MASSACHUSETTS, Hyde Park, 30 Norway Park.
QUANSET THE CAPE COD CAMP FOR GIRLS. SEVENTH SEASON. Swimming, canoeing, sailing taught under safest conditions. Exceptional training in land sports. Original musical comedy under able leadership. Send for illustrated booklet. MRS. E. A. W. HAMMATT.
HELEN R. MARTIN'S "When Half-gods Go" is not to be missed by those who appreciate fine and delicate dealing with big problems of the heart. In the estimate of the Chicago Evening Post Mrs. Martin is one of the few American writers who do not seem cynical, or cowardly, or ignorant in regard to literature. "She seems to be aware of the process which is going on, chiefly under continental auspices, by means of which fiction is being expanded to take account, not so much of new portions of life as of life under new aspects. It is notorious that nearly every living novelist writes of love and marriage, for instance, in a way that ignores some of the most definite and contemporary feelings of men and women on these subjects. Mrs. Martin writes of love and marriage not as one who has read 'Romola' and 'Sapho' and 'The Scarlet Letter' and 'Madame Bovary,' but as one who has observed American domestic life."
So she makes her people and her situations real and vital and always humanly interesting.
DR. S. WEIR MITCHELL'S new novel, "John Sherwood, Ironmaster,' originally announced for June issue, will be published in May. Like all of Dr. Mitchell's books, "John Sherwood" was the pleasant companion of the writer's leisure of some three summers, and will be printed from the third private copy-a trial print. The story is one of unusual situations and character; and the telling is put into the mouth of John Sherwood, who finds himself and wins his life's happiness out of seeming failure and wreck.
"AMONG the authors of to-day who have written stories that are wholly romantic, yet compel our serious attention, Robert
Hichens stands high," wrote C. H. Gaines recently in Harper's Weekly. "None of them is superior in keen, witty, analysis of character, in subtlety of feeling, in all the arts of modern story-writing." And Lilian Whiting, praising "The Dweller on the Threshold," queries, "Is not the greatest writer of fiction to-day to be found in Robert Hichens?"
"It is but natural," writes still another critic, "that one should measure any new fiction evolved by the clever brain of Robert Hichens with his one huge success, "The Garden of Allah,' which is probably the novel of highest appeal and best sustained interest of our generation. There are more genuine thrills in 'The Dweller on the Threshold,' and probably the mystic spell thrown around the reader is greater."
IN charm of setting and in gripping story interest, "Miss Livingston's Companion," Mary Dillon's new romance of life and love in old New York, is by far the best thing the author of "The Rose of Old St. Louis" has done. While Mrs. Dillon has endeavored to reproduce the atmosphere of the times and to portray in their essential qualities the historic personages who take their stately way
through the pages of the book, there are some few slight deviations from history which are necessary to the dramatic interest of the tale but which do not detract from historical accuracy as a whole. And she has done her work in delightful fashion, blending the historical and the romantic so deftly that each one helps the other to the working out of a complete and satisfying impression.
A NEW novel of unusual quality by a new writer is promised in Mrs. Russell Codman's "An Ardent American." It tells the experiences of a young American girl visiting her own country for the first time. Though born and educated abroad she is a real and ardent American; and her story, while delightfully light and humorous in touch, is yet of real dramatic interest.