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In the World-to YUU-
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FIRST E T THE .
There is a nation-wide movement on among
practical educators to emphasize the following
program in education:
First, graduation from high school.
Next, business training.
Then, college or university.
Expericnce proves that the high school grad-
uate who first has the advantage of intensive
work of the private business school makes a bet-
'ter college or university student than does the
graduate directly from high school.
A business education before college means
financial independence in case the college course,
for any reason, breaks down.
A college graduate who has previously had a
course in the business subjects can often use his
business course in getting started on the vocation
for which he prepared in college.
Business has become a factor in every vocation
of every kind. It is inescapable. Making a liv-
ing involves a knowledge of business---making
more than a living involves a larger knowledge
of business making a fortune is possible only
to those who have a superior knowledge of busi-
Finally, it is everywhere recognized that train-
ing in business doubles the value of a general, or
a professional, education,
"IF I wanted to succeed in any line I would get the advice
of the most successful men in that line. If I chose to be a
tramp, I would go to the most successful tramp. If I wanted
to make my mark in the world, I would take the advice of
the world's leaders."
4 I O C 1 if
What the World's Leaders Tell YOU!
ANDREW CARNEGIE, Steel King and Philanthropist:
I advise young men and women to save the most precious
years of their lives hy securing a business education, that
they may IIO forth fully equipped early in life.
HON. W. T, HARRIS, Ex-Commissioner of Education:
Without a thorough and practical commercial education.
a business man is like a ship at sea without a compass
or a rudder.
E. H. HARRIMAN, America's Greatest Railroad Mairnate:
I know of no training that costs so little and pays so
much as a business collexre course.
Founder of America's Greatest Department Store:
In these days the young man or woman without business
training stands little chance. A great, grand work is being:
done by the business colleges.
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, World's Richest Man:
I believe that every young man and woman who wants to
succeed in business should do as I didf take n course at
a commercial college.
JAMES A GARFIELD, Ex-President of the United States:
Business colleges furnish a better education for practical
purposes than Princeton, Harvard or Yale.
Ex-President of the- United States:
Every girl should have a thorough business training to
make her independent of marriage as a means of support.
Then she need not marry except in obedience to the dictates
of her heart. Business training makes her self-reliant, not
a clinging vine, and if she marries she can contribute some
strength to the partnership,
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The Mos! Important Tlviz
You Have a House to Build.
You employ a carpenter to build a house but as time goes by you notice that his
work is not well done. You also notice that your house is developing very slowly. You
ask the carpenter why he doesn't make more rapid progress and he answers that his
tools are dull. You advise him to sharpen his tools but he says that if he stops to do
that he will have to stop work on your house.
You attempt to show him that he will save
time by stopping to sharpen his tools -that he
will do his work more competently, more quickly,
and with more credit to himself.
The argument ends and the carpenter continues
to do slovenly work and is inexcusably slow. You
may not tell him so, but you conclude that he is
Throughout this country are thousands of
young people starting to build houses the life
houses in which they will find their pleasures or
hear their sorrows. Some of these young folks
are building with sharp tools, with mental facul-
ties that have been whetted by training and that
will cut sharp and true.
Other thousands are trying to build with the
dullest sort of tools with minds that have not
been developed that have not been sharpened
to cut into the material out of which lil'e's great
house is constructed.
Does it require a prophet to tell in advance
which of these groups of young people will build
the kind of houses that the world will admire'
the kind that they themselves will be proud of
and the kind in which they can live comfortably
Youthtime is planning time and building time.
It comes but once. Neglect it and it is lost for-
ever. Neglect it and it caries into after years
troubles that may be vexatious and disabling,
Youthtime is the time to sharpen mental tools
for the great building job that lies ahead, and
those of us who have our houses well along to-
ward completion can only think as you do of the
carpenter who is building your house that the
boy or girl who permits anything to crowd out
the opportunity to get an education is indeed
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t THE LAST WORD
Thank heaven it's over 5 the proofs are read,
We've worried and worked 'till we're nearly dead.
But good or bad, at last we are through
And now with its failures on its head
We hand it wearily over to you.
, Knock if you think to knock's a sign
That your critical sense is keen and fmeg
We're just so glad that the blamed thing's done
That we wouldn't fuss with another line
For you or any one.
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