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Page 203 text:
You Can Ea Q Man V-Q39 Holds
the Reins at 55,000 a Year
Tha! everyone wanls to succeed ia, ofcourse, self-evident. Every man must realize that
some day he will become olcl. Will he enjoy the sunset of life in comfort and ease or
alla llit be stamped with the blot offailure, ifnot actualpenury and want? Reflect on this.
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Demand for 'rralned Men President james., of the L mversity of
Illinois, was asked if there was any demand
from business houses for vollt-ge-bred men. His reply was: "The demand has horn far in oxve-s ofthe
supply sine-e courses in business administration we-re established in our institution seven years ago.
Each year has brought many more requests than we have men to recommend ." Ten yearn ago President
James would have been ridiculed for advancing this new idea for the establishment of a. sc-hnol of
commerce in connection with a university. Men trained in the theory. practice. and administration
of business will always occupy the best positions and will always command the greatest salaries,
Failures Due to Lack of Busmeg Training W, ,,f,,,,,,,,,,C,,,,,,,,
A friend once told us that he inquired of the manager of a winch prepare for
house einployinig some 300 traveling mon how many salesmen they had. Lawyef,
'l'he manager replied, "'l'hrt'e." 0ur friend asks-d, "How's that? I P A
was told your force of traveling men numbers nearly 300." "Ah, that U lc eco'-Infant:
is quite diiferr-nt," replied the manager: "vie have 297 traveling men. KC. P, AJ
but only three salesmen." Bookkeeper
Someone has said. "There are-three kinds of people in the worl-I T ff- M '
-the Uantis, thi- NVont'e. niid the is Illia" d'1he iirsa l'ail at ovoaything: E ra ec anlgerv
the see n o 11050 everyt iing: t ie ir sm-1-ve at every: i ,I I
would ziilel ll lolirth kinrl-tho larizveit vlass of all-the "l1on't grxjus, ' xpert orrespondent'
the "Ohfwhal's-the-use, It Dneswl Interest Mr-" sort of people. Their
name is legion: their fault in lack ofcorgfidence.
'I'hese words are addressed to the cooling xteneration of business men of America, and
this designation ilu-Inuit-s the -bunker and his clerks, Lliefarmer an-l his sons, the lawyer and the law
student. llliijinunciver and the man u ho sollu bands, and stacks, thi- merchant anvl the grocer
.-p11::up-1 clerk, the accountant and the boolclfeeper the manager and his assrstanl, and every amf
: 5, bitwus yoimg man of the Twentieth dentury type looking for-uarvl l0 the pursuit of
g Lasalle 5, any business, trade, or occupation.
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: EXf"1"?" '-. wll3f is the Remedy? lii,'3.'?.-l5"S'.l!1iil'.'E"Il'fZ?fTlSL"'i.'i.li',.lll1l
I Unlvgrglty 's 1' 1 U world. We have perfei-te-l one of tho
: ', greatest and most systematic courses Of commercial training that has ever
. Dept. 166' Chicago 5,5 been oiered. It covers the following vital subjects thoronghlgrz
: ss Money, Banking and Insurance. Transportation.
. Please send your book, g Investment: and Speculation. Trade and Commerce.
Q l'f-uh! ears Promotion in ', Bulineu-Law and Legal Forma. Advertising and Saleomnnuhip
Q Une- and full vglrrwulnrs X Accoununs. U Auditing and can Accounting.
. about your qourse in Business ', Business Organization and Management.
: Anluiinlstrzltlon. 'E Business Economic: and Manufacturing.
. S, Tm distinct and important subjects covered by len
: is separate 'uotum s of text, each wrilten by an erpwrl.
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: 1, alioafrue cn v ofa-ir hook '-T.-11 Yearu' Pmmnmm in ow '
. 5 Thu in n.- Eook is Worth a dolmaruny man's money. mn it is
l 55 free to you while they last.
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ARE YOU A LEADER?
Have You Ever Considered
complete a Grammar School course?
complete a High School course?
complete a College course?
complete a Professional course?
of the latter opportunities are the
That 80 per
That 10 per
That 2 pei
That 1 pei
of young people
of young people
of young people
of young people
who avail themselves
natural leaders of the age.
A leader is one who serves.
suffering humanity and increasing their efhciency. The best tool in
your hands for such service is Osteopathy.
Osteopathy is a system of treating sick people which is based upon
the clearest possible recognition of the condition of the patient's body
and the causes of disease.
The Pacific College conceives: The true osteopath to be the true
physician, one who must be fitted to do the best thing possible under
every conceivable circumstance of human suffering.
Osteopathic candidates for a license to practice take the same
examinations on the same subjects at the same time and place as the
Osteopathy is reasonable, safe, sane, and scientific and offers the
best Field today to the physician.
The Flexner Report on Medical Education in the United States
gives The Pacific College better rank than fifty per cent of the
Allopathic Colleges and better than any of the Eclectic or Homeopathic
The best service is giving relief to
'l'hn- l'xu-lllc Follc-gre nf Osh-nputhy
Gives thorough instruction in all b1'anches of Medicine, necessary for
the education of the modern physician in the work of preventing dis-
ease and treating the sick. These facts are worth considering.
For further information address
cific College of Osteopathy
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Say, Bill! How do I look in one of Logan's Derbies?
You surely are a bird in that hat. I'm glad you also
Logan Customer. Everybody's buying there. When
are mentionedl never think of anybody but Logan.
should know, because that's all he sells.
LOGAN, THE HATTER
Two Splendid Stores
628 So. Broadway
337 So. Spring
ffifff.4i401 MANUAL ARTISANS, ATTEN
, Functionsg Furnish Punch: Rent
IQIM Sets, etc.
A Box of Pin-Ton Chocolates Ma
Most Acceptable Graduation Prese
427 South Broadway
We Do Catering for Class and S
Home A 1100 Broadway
Wreden Market Company
1 158 South Main Street
Jobbers and Retail Dealers
in All Kinds of Meat,
Groceries and Provisions
Butter and Eggs LOS ANGELES,
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