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Founded 1880 Offers a broad course of theory and practice to women interested in the nursing profession and allied forms of public service.

Theoretical instruction extended in accordance with the standard curriculum for Schools of Nursing.

Practical experience in Cook County Hospital, 2400 beds, under supervision.

Special opportunities offered to those
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The Pied Piper



(Continued from page 101) OF LEADING TEACHERS' AGENCIES

There was a rustling that seemed like a

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Of merry crowds justling at pitching and

hustling; as to the great force exerted by teachers' agencies in bet

Small feet were pattering, wooden shoes clattering their conditions by bringing the school boards who

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IV Conclusion. The conclusion, which

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ROCKYME TEACHERS Portland, Ore. Minneapolis, Minn. So, Willy, let me and you be wipers

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Our booklet "Teaching as a Busi- First VERSE

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Art Appreciation

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PRIMARY EDUCATION DIRECTORY little bridges, up the hills, past the great oak forests, to visit them in their own quaint


The teachers' agency is a legitimate and helpful institution. The Story of the Artist

Some of the very best and very successful educators The artist who painted “A Primary School

in public schools, colleges and private schools have in Brittany” was named Jean Geoffroy (zhon

been put there by means of teachers' agencies. zho'frwa). He is still living in a little village in Brittany, France, near the little school pictured in so many of his paintings. He is very fond of children, painting many pictures of WESTERN

Teachers holding four year High School Course, one year State Normal, salaries $90 to $100 per friends. It is his especial delight to paint TEACHERS' Engagements a commencing February March, April and May continue till Christmas. Write pictures of the poor but hard-working fisher

to-day for particulars. State qualifications. folk or peasants in this little village. His


WINNIPEG, CANADA pictures always tell a story, often so plainly they hardly need a title. The original of this oil painting is privately THE



COLUMBIA, MISSOURI The Ninth Annual Convention of the NEEDS

Has Hundreds of Calls For Rural, Grade, High School and · National League of Compulsory Education

College Teachers. Salaries
Officials was held in Philadelphia, on

High. Enroll Free

December 3, 4, 5, 6, 1919, Charles A Mac-
Call, of Newark, the President, being in
the chair.

The proceedings opened with an inspiring address by Mr. P. P. Claxton,

Our Employment Department has a great demand for Primary and Rural School United States Commissioner of Education. Teachers of all kinds, at salaries up to $1500, and for supervisors at larger salaries. Many of

Papers were read by Dr. John W. Davis, these teachers are wanted for emergency vacancies, and some of them are for next September. Director of Attendance. New York City, Through our afiliated interests we cover the entire country. Whether available (East, West, Mrs. Helen T. Wooley, of Cincinnati, North, South) now or not until next fall, come to the Bureau offering the largest opportunities. W. S. Deffenbaugh, of the United States

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Mr. Henry J. Gideon, of Philadelphia, was elected President for the ensuing year.





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An agency is your medium for a better salary. Take advantage of it.

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European Tours
A New Book on This Interesting Miss FitzGerald says her success as å
New Craft

European conductor is due to the friends she

made when a contributor to POPULAR EDUThe whole country is interested in the CATOR and PRIMARY EDUCATION. Subscribers Oriental art known as “Batik." For two from Maine to California have furnished a thousand years the Javanese women have large part of her traveling family. been painting their gowns, scarfs, and other

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No walking from point to point of interest, At the present time there is no practical however short the distance, is done by her working manual giving instructions for making parties. “Batik." For this reason Art workers and

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Mrs. Eva Kellogg, formerly editor of cipal of the Handicraft Guild of Minneapolis, PRIMARY EDUCATION, said of her: Minnesota, which is to be published shortly

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Annual Meeting as the making of blouses, scarfs, handkerchiefs,

The School Garden Association of table throws, draperics, etc. The book will be profusely illustrated with drawings, showing America holds its annual meeting all day the handling of the frame, the molten wax Monday, February 23, 1920, in the Lattice and the dyes, as well as the numerous illustra-Room of the Hotel Statler, Cleveland, tions of “Batik” work by both Javanese and Ohio. All teachers interested in school American artists.

supervised gardening should attend. This volume promises to answer questions,

Anyone interested in this Association “What is Batik?” and “How to Make Batik.' It is stated that it does not require a great annual membership fee of $1.00 to the

may become a member by paying the technical ability to produce very beautiful “Batik” work, if one follows the directions Secretary, E. F. Murphy, Richmond, Ind, carefully. Published by Prang & Company, Chicago, Ill. GO TO EUROPE AT OUR EXPENSE. Dare to be true; nothing can Organizers of small parties wanted. Univer

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The above is ONE of the


In using these stencils you merely place the stencil against
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For Primary Grades contained in the set of


For Little Folks

Price, 20 cents each. Size 24 x 36
New Year Welcome" (Angels)

Price, 15 cents each, 6 for 75 cents “Welcome” (large fancy letters)

No. 1. Holly Leaves and Berries. No. 2. Ivy Leaf Happy New Year to you all."

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Statue of Lincoln, 15 cents.

Portrait of Washington, 10 cents.
Boyhood of Lincoln, 15 cents.

Portrait of Martha Washington, 20 cents.

Large Portrait of Washington, 20 cents. 18 x 23 inches. Price, 75 cents per set

Large Washington on Horseback, 20 cents.

Mount Vernon, 15 cents. Wigwam

Red Deer Hiawatha in Cradle Hiawatha

Washington and His Mother, 15 cents.

Washington Crossing the Delaware, 15 cents
Forest Scene

Hiawatha Fishing
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24 x 36 inches


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