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The Berlitz School of Languages
NEW YORK, Madison Square (1122 Broadway)
Harlem Branch, 343 Lenox Avenue
Brooklyn Branch, 218 Livingston Street
Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, San Francisco, Orange, Paris, London, St. Petersburg, Vienna, Berlin, Rome, Madrid, Lisbon, Constantinople, Brussels, Geneva, Havana, Buenos Aires, Rosario, Montevideo, Cairo, Algiers, Christiania, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Etc.
Over 350 Branches in the Leading Cities of the World
Pupils traveling may transfer the value of their lessons to any other Berlitz School
Superior Native Teachers
Students from the first lesson hear and speak only the foreign language and thus soon begin to think in the same. Trial Lesson Free
Lessons Privately and in Classes, Day and Evenings, at School or Residence
Paris Exposition, 1900, Gold Medals; Lille Exposition, 1902, Grand Prize; Zurich Exposition, 1902, Grand Prize;
For Self Instruction and Schools without Berlitz Teachers the following books are highly recommended:
1st vol. $1.00, 2 vol. $1.25
Smattering of Spanish
M. D. BERLITZ, 1122 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
NEW YORK SCHOOL OF APPLIED
DESIGN FOR WOMEN
THE New York School of Applied Design for Women was organized for the purpose of affording to women practical instruction which will enable them to earn a livelihood by the application of ornamental design to manufacture and the numerous arts and crafts.
No fixed period for the course of instruction is established. Each pupil is allowed to proceed as rapidly as she masters the successive steps in the course of instruction, and she is allowed to pass from the Elementary Department to that of the Applied Design whenever he attainments justify the promotion.
The ability and industry of each pupil thus largely determines her rate of progress and the length of time during which she will be obliged to remain in the School, but the Ele mentary Department is intended to cover a year and a half for those students who have had no previous instruction in drawing.
No examination is required for entrance into the Elementary Course. Studer liberty to choose which of the Advanced Departments to enter after passing the examinations.
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Characters and Events of Roman History
By Guglielmo Ferrero
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The Spell of Holland
G. P. Putman's Sons
By Barton E. Stevenson
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The Wit and Humor of Colonial Days
L. C. Page & Co.
By Carl Holliday
The author of this book finds the beginnings of American humor in the very
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Charles Dickens as Editor
J. B. Lippincott Co.
By R. C. Lehmann
This most important of the Dickens Centenary publications contains some 400
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The Common Faith of Common Men
Sturgis & Walton Co.
By R. H. Potter
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Teachers College Columbia University
Gave a Party...
By JOHN INGLIS
This fine story, which promises to be the novel of the year, is begun in Blackwood's Magazine for January. It is bound to attract wide attention and win, both for its author and for "Maga" a host of friends.
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National Insurance in Englard
Notable articles on one of the most important modern economic problems, authoritatively written and of deep and serious import:
The Insurance Bill in the Commons
BY AUDITOR TANTUM
The National Insurance Act
BY T. A. INGRAM
Both the above articles appear in the Fortnightly Review for January.
BY PERCY ALDEN, M. P.
A notable paper in the Contemporary Review for January.
An exhaustive review of the whole problem, with a Note on Hospitals under the Act as published in the Quarterly Review for October, 1911. Price, post paid, $1.25
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