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bile Education It will be worth more to him than if you placed a thousand dollars to his credit in the bank-he might squander the money, but he cannot lose his education as an automobile expert. We have young men yet in their teens, earning as high as $160.00 • month. We can teach the automobile busi. ness, in your own home, in 12 week.. Under our plan we furnish each student with a small model of an automobile, and we employ all our students the day thoy en roll. Part of the cost to learn is not payable until we place our graduates in positions. Get your boy started right in life by giving him a trade that will pay a high salary and insure his always havias an inoome. Write for our descriptive plan No. 100 and copies of letters from our graduates now employed. The Automobile College of Washington, Inc.,
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46th year. Seminary and Special Courses. Col. lege preparatory Certificate admits to college without examination. Conservatory of MusicEmil Winkler, Director; Signor Campobello, Voice; Fritz Schmitz, Violin. 175 Boarding Pupils. Complete appointments. City advantages. Beautiful campus for outdoor sports. Excellent health record. For catalogue address
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