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HAVE YOU SCROFULA? A Hygiene Lesson. HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL OF CHICAGO
TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES Accredited by State Department of Registration and Education 3 year course
Separate Home for Nurses
(Continued from page 86) As Often Acquired as Inherited Q: What does she give baby so that he will It is generally and chiefly indicated grow big and strong?
Ans. Air, water and food. by eruptions and sores, but in many
Q. What kind? cases it enlarges the glands of the Ans. Pure. neck, affects the internal organs, es Q. If the little plant and the little baby pecially the lungs, and if neglected did not have air, water and food, what would
happen? may develop into consumption.
Ans. They would not grow. Hood's Sarsparilla, the medicine that Q. If we have pure air, pure water, pure has been used with so much satisfaction food, what will we grow to be? by three generations, is wonderfully suc
Ans. Healthy. cessful in the treatment of scrofula. Give
Q. If we are healthy, how will we look?
Ans. Beautiful. it a trial.
Q. What can we all have that is better than
money? The Palmer Method of Business Writing
0. What is the finest treasure to have? PLUS
Ans. Health. The Palmer Method Organization Plant marks the difference between uniformly suc. Parts of plant — roots, stem, blossoms, cessful results in teaching Penmanship and leaves. indifferent, temporary results. Investigate a Compare with a healthy child — feet, body, school system where the Palmer Method Plan head, lungs, trunk, face. bas really been followed. You will want the General conversation or comparison of plant same results in YOUR schools. A postal and child by class. card of inquiry to our nearest office is the first step in the right direction. Now is the
To see the beauty of the plant expressed by
To see the beauty of the child expressed by
A beautiful blossom expresses a beautiful
A beautiful face expresses a beautiful body.
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THE GRACE HOSPITAL – DETROIT Three-year course. Eight-hour day. Registered by the State of Michigan. Theoretical and practical class work throughout. Modern nurses' home; includes summer vacation home for nurses. Minimum entrance require ment, two years' High School work or its equivalent. For free catalog, address Superintendent of Nurses, Box 20, The Grace Hospital, John R. Street and Willis Avenue, Detroit, Michigan.
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The Pied Piper
PRIMARY EDUCATION DIRECTORY
(Continued from page 101) OF LEADING TEACHERS' AGENCIES
There was a rustling that seemed like a
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PRIMARY EDUCATION DIRECTORY little bridges, up the hills, past the great oak forests, to visit them in their own quaint
OF LEADING TEACHERS'AGENCIES homes!
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
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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
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COLUMBIA, MISSOURI The Ninth Annual Convention of the NEEDS
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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
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