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ed sixteen pages of blank paper of excellent
quality for the purpose of note-taking by those
in .attendance.

The new Ransomerian circular recenth' re-
ceivetl makes it perfectly plain that the school
is carrying on a very extensive business by cor-
respondence. The offices have recently been
located in the new Reliance Building. Kansas
City, Mo. The paper is tilled full to overflow ing
with fancy specimens of penmanship, portr:iits,
testimonials, etc. We presume Mr. Ransom is
carrying on the most extensive business of giv-
ing instructions exclusively by correspondence
than any other person or firm.

The Hausam School of Penmanship, Hutchin-
son, kans., is now incorporated under the name
of the Hausam School Co. with a boartl of ilirec-
tors as follows: L. H. Hausam, Pres.: E. K.
Pentz, Mce Pres.; J. A. Knotts. Sec.-Treas.;
A. G, (jates and H. C. Hanson. The Company
recently issued a very practical, S8-page circular
in the interests of their students and work. It
contains a great variety of creditable penman-
ship by pupils, and clearly illustrates that Mr.
Hausam has been doing a splenilid work by cor-
respondence and doing it single haniled. Any
one interested in penmanship by correspond-
ence would do well to secure a copy of this cir-
cular.

An artistic catalogue tilled full to overflowing
with beautiful, appropriate and practical illus-
trations of diplomas is hereby acknowledged
from F.W.Martin Co., 100 Boylston St., Bos-
ton, Mass. The title page, printed in gray, is
one ofth^ most efTective things we have seen
for many a day.

"Diplomas and Certificates" is the artistic
heading of a profusely illustrated circular issued
by and in tlie interests of Howard & Brown, .\rt



Engrossers and Designers, Ruckland, Me. It
begins to look as though this Hrm is doing a di-
ploma business almostas extensive as it is artistic.

Mr. L. C. Rusmisel, St. Joseph, Mo., Princi-
pal of the Commercial High School, recently is-
sued a very nice 4-page circular ad\'ertising his
(ief)graphical and Industrial Lectures. Any
one interested in lectures of this sort would do
well to open up correspondence with him, for
from what we have heard and seen we believe
be is able to present stimethmg worth while.

Advertising literature has been received from
the following: School of Commerce, Cincin-
nati. O.; Wright-Sterling School, Philadelphia,
Pa.: Minneapolis, Minn., Business College;
Port Huron, Mich., Business University; Bur-
roughs .\dding Machine Co., Detroit, Mich.

"The Record" is the title of a splendid school
paper published by and in tlie interest of the
Bryant and Stratton Business College, Provi-
dence. R. 1., T. B. Stowell, Principal. The
April number seems to be full to overflowing
with excellent things, some of which were es-
pecially written for the Record, while others
have been gleaned from appropriate sources.

"What Maryland High School Teachers
Think of the Baltimore Business College" is the
title of an especially attractive little booklet con-
taining testimonials from student educators of
th:it well known school.

.\nd here comes the second edition greatly
improved iii appearance of "Heart to Heart
Talks with the oHice assistant" by E. D. Snow,
Hornell, N. Y. We will be surpriseil if this little
booklet does not prove to be about the biggest
seller of anything ever published in our profes-

If you are looking for something extr:i tine in
the way of artistic printing anti engraving, a lit-
tle booldet from The Campbell Co., 205 Canal
St.. Chicago, indicates that that is a good place
to .secure it. It contains some very fine ex-
amples of the printers' and engrossers' art.

The News Letter is the title of a very well
written and printed 16-page booklet from the
Barnes Commercial School. Denver, Colo,

The St. Louis Times, Friday, March 2(jth,
contained a splendid write-up of Mr. II. B.
Lehman, the teacher of penmanship in the Cen-
tral High School of that city.




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FACTS aivd FIGURES

Chartier=Qregg Shorthand Contest
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OFFICIAL REPORT



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DRAKE SCHOOL


SPENCER SCHOOL


PUPIL


Aug. 29

Total

Words

Credited


End ot
Contest
Oct. 24
Tot.l
Words
Credited


PUPIL


Aug. 29

Total

Words

Credited


End 01
Contest
uct 24
Total
Words
Credited


Ada Munson - - 1
Edith Evans .- 1
Seville Smith.- I
Anna Lohse - - \
Salome Tarr - -
J. W. Rush .. -


4576


5121


Clara Boormanl
Mildred Payne 1
Gladys Taylor [
E. Buermeyer-

A.Jarvis

E. Decker '


4330


5293



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students in less than two months of (246 plus 172) 418 words
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218 WORDS A MINUTE

In the E. C. T. A. Shorthand Contest at Providence,
R. I., April 10, Mr. Fred H. Qurtier, a writer of




rXhe Shorthand of the English Speaking People — Guilbert Pitman.)



Made a record of 218 words a minute, iie^, for five minutes. Mr. Gurtler is 24years
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