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YEAR ENDING MAY 31. 1911



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OFFICIAL DOCUMENT.



No. 15.



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.



Facing
Page.

Commission of Soldiers' Orphan Schoors , B^ontispiece.

Entrance to Grounds S. O. Industrial School, 57

Main Building S. O. Industrial School, CQ

Boy's Battalion Chester Springs School, 54

Juvenile Class Chester Springs S. O. School, 5G



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OFFICIAL DOCUMENT.



NO. 15.



Pennsylvania Commission of Soldiers' Orphan Scliools^ ^



GOVERNOR JOHN K. TENER.

Members on the Part of the Senate.



THOMAS HAYS.



WM. C. McCONNELL.



Members on the Part of the House of Representatives.
JAS. A. DALE. OLIVER E. LEH. JOHN H. RIEBEL.

Members on the Part of the Department of Pennsylvania G. A. R.

LEVI G. McCAULEY. M. A. GHERST. JAMES F. MORRISON.

W. J. PATTERSON. THAD. M. MAHON.



ORGANIZATION.



JOHN K. TENER, President.
JAS. F. MORRISON, Secretary.



LEVI J. McCAULEY, Vice-President.
THAD. M. MAHON, Treasurer.



Executive Committee.

M. A. Gherst.
Oliver E. Leh.
Thos. Hays.
W. J. Patterson.
Wm. C. McConnell.



Discharge Committee.

John H. Riebel.
Wm. C. McConnell.
James A. Dale.



Advisory Committee.

M. A. Gherst.
L. G. McCauley.
John H. Riebel.



Property Committee.

Thad. M. Mahon.
Levi G. McCauley.
W. J. Patterson.
Oliver E. Leh.
Jas. F. Morrison.



Supply Committer.

Jas. F. Morrison.
Wm. C. McConnell.
John H. Riebel.
M. A. Gherst.
Thos. Hays.

Application Committei'.

Levi G. McCauley.
James A. Dale.
Thos. Hays.



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Transfer Committee.

Thad. M. Mahon.
M. A. Gherst.
Jas. A. Dale.



Clerks.

W. J. George.

J. Henry Holcomb.

Jane R. Macdonald.



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE Off. Doc.

ANNUAL REPORT

OP THE

Pennsylvania Commission of Soldiers' Orphan Schools

FOR THE

YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1911.



To the General Assembly of the Commonweal tli of Pennsylvania:

Gentlemen: As required by the Act of Assembly, we submit here-
with the Annual Keport of the Soldiers' Orphan Schools Commis-
sion having charge of the schools authorized and established by the
laws of the Commonwealth.

This closes the forty-seventh year of the existence of these schools,
and the twenty second year of their management by the Soldiers^
Orphan Schools Commission, under the* provisions of the Act of
Assembly approved May 2.jth, 1880, and its supplements.

During the past year the work of educating the wards of the State
and preparing them to be good citizens, ready when discharged from
the schools to be self-sustaining, has gone steadily forward. All
the graduates now pass through the Industrial School, where their
hands as well as their brains are trained for future usefulness; and
it is the expectation of your Commission that within a year of this
date all the pupils of the Soldieis' Orphan Schools will be assembled
at the Soldiers' Orphans' Industrial School at Scotland, Pa., where
X>ro vision will be made for them out of the appropriation for the two
3^ears beginning June 1st, 1911.

There are six hundred and thirty-three pupils now in the two
schools, and in the following detailed report appears their names,
date of birth, name of father, record of his service, etc.

The schools have maintained their excellent condition during the
past year and never were in better shape to produce good results
than at the present time. The Superintendents of the two schools.
Dr. M. B. Hughes at Chester Springs and William H. Stewart at
the Industrial, are devoted to the work under their charge, and their
account of the work which appears in detail in this Annual Eeport,
shows the most gratifying results.

The ex])ense attending the running of the schools is fully set forth
in the Financial Eeport appended herewith, and we have used the
greatest economy consistent with producing the best results in all
the departments.

The moral, educational and industrial training given to the chil-
dren of these schools is fully up to the standard fixed by the most
advanced educational and training thought of the land, and fills in
full measure the requirements of the laws of Pennsylvania. The
excellent sanitary condition of the buildings and property in charge



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of the Commission is established by the significant fact that the death
rate was so small where there are so many children. This condition
is due to the efficiency of the physicians in charge, coupled with the
unremitting oversight and watchful care of the Superintendents and
employes of the schools. Physical and military training are im-
portant factors in the formation of regular habits, and these two ele-
ments are required at both schools.

We would especially direct your attention to the fact that during
the years that have passed since the organization of the Soldiers'
Orphan Schools, nearly twenty thousand young men and women
have received a thoroughly practical education in the several schools
in charge of the Commission, have gone out to perform their part in
the world's work, assuming, many of them, high and important
positions in this and other States. Th« school has furnished experts
from the different industrial departments at the Scotland School,
such as machinists, draftsmen, telegraphers, stenographers and type-
writers, etc., and many of the graduates of these schools are now
filling high and honorable positions in the land, some of them being
Judges of our Courts, Ministers of the Gospel, Presidents of manu-
facturing concerns and employes of many of the vast and great manu-
facturing enterprises of the State and Country. They have gone
out into the world to perform their part in its work, and have as-
sumed the problem of life with educated minds, trained hands and
sound bodies, and to-day are valuable factors in the body politic in
every part of our State, intluencing its laws, its customs, its profes-
sions and every branch of its mechanical and industrial pursuits.
Of this vast number, less than one per cent, has failed to profit by
the bounty of the State, and the training received from the constant
precept and practice while in these preparatory schools.

The high character and efficiency of the Superinendents and their
corps of assistants is highly commended by the Commission for the
great work they have accomplished, and in conclusion, the Soldiers*
Orphan Schools Commission earnestly invites every member of the
General* Assembly, every Grand Army man, the press and clergy, as
well as every citizen of the State at large, to visit these schools and
see the magnificent work and the splendid results achieved by them.
The schools are always open and ready for inspection.

We herewith submit tabulated statements of all matters in any
manner connected with the schools, together with itemized accounti^
of all moneys received and expended. Kespectfully submitted by
order of the Commission.

L. G. McCAULEY,
Vice-President.
JAMES F. MOREISON,

Secretary.



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TREASURER'S REPORT.



May 31, 1911,

Pennsylvania Commission of Soldiers' Orphan Schools in account
with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Dr,

To balance remaining to the credit of the Commission
at the close of the year ending May 31, 1910, $159,381 30

Cr.

By expenditure as per settlement with the accounting
department for the year ending May 31, 1911, as
follows :

For education, maintenance and clothing

and repairs and improvements, |151,118 36

For salaries of clerks, 4,100 06

For contingent expenses, 3,771 84

158,990 26

Unexpended balance merging in the State
Treasury, $391 04

Respectfully submitted,

THAD. M. MAHON,
Treasurer.



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TABULAR STATEMENT.



Number of schools in which there are soldiers' or-
phans, 2

Eeduction in number since the organization of the

system, 40

Number of children in schools May 31, 1910, 700

Number of children in schools May 31, 1911, 633

Number of children admitted from June 1, 1910, to

May 31, 1911, 56

Number of children on partial relief, None

Number of discharges from June 1, 1910, .to June

1, 1911, 120

Number of deaths from June 1, 1910, to June 1, 1911, 3

Number of admissions granted under former laws, . . 15,899

Number of admissions granted under act of 1893, . . . 3,423

Total number of admissions granted to May 31, 1911, . 16,322
Number of children admitted to schools under former

laws, 14,834

Number of children admitted to schools, act of 1893, . . 3,189

Total number of children admitted, 15,023

Number of orders cancelled under former laws, 1,065

Number of orders cancelled, act of 1893, - 223

Total number of orders cancelled to May 31, 1911, . . 1,288

Orders outstanding, May 31, 1911,

Applications received, act of 1893, 3,861

Number rejected and expired on file, 240

Applications on file June 1, 1911,

Expenses of schools, office, inspectors, repairs, im-
provements and contingent for vear ending May
31, 1911, : 1158,990 26

Total expenses of system as shown by the annual re-
ports to May 31, 1911, $13,281,254 50



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DISCHARGES AND DEATHS FOR THE YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1911.



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the organization:



On roll November 30, 18G4, 110 On roll May

On roll November 30, 1SG5, 1,22G On roll May

On roll November 30, 18G(), 2,G81 On roll May

On roll November 30, 18G7, 3,180 On roll May

On roll November 30, 18G8 3,431 On roll May

On roll May 31, 18G9, 3,G31 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1870, 3,G2G On roll May

On roll May 31, 1871, 3,G07 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1872, 3,527 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1873 3,261 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1874, 3,071 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1875, 2,788 On roll May

On roll May 31, 187G, 2,729 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1877, 2,619 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1878, 2,G53 On roll May

On rol May 81, 1879, 2,431 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1880, 2,580 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1881, 2,G02 On roll Mav

On roll May 31, 1882, 2,497 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1883, 2,362 On roll Mav

On .roll May 31, 1884, 2,306 On roll May

On roll Mav 31, 1885, 1,931 On roll May

On roll Fay 31, 1886, 2,272 On roll May

On roll May 31, 1887, 2,774 On roll May



31, 1888, 2,249

31, 1889, 1,788

31, 1890, 1,180

31, 1891, 86a

31, 1892, 638

31, 1893, 439

31, 1894, 715

31, 1895, 855

31, 1896, 1,06a

31, 1897, 945

31, 1898, 1,127

31, 1899, l,10a

31, 1900, 1,13a

31, 1901, 1,159

31, 1902, 1,075

31, 1903, 1,032

31, 1904, 950

31, 1905, 885

31, 1906, 856

31, 1907, 843

31, 1908, 75»

31, 1909, 739

31, 1910, 700

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Total number of pupils
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Total deaths in same
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Average per 1.000 6.39

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Total number of deaths since May 31, Ism, to May 31, 1911, — 60

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Average number of pupils for the two schools In existence during the year ending May

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Number of deaths In the two schools In existence for the year ending May 31, 1911, 3

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CHESTER SPRINGS SCHOOL.

Number remaining May 81, 1910,

Gain,
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By transfer to Scotland, 115

Discharged on order, 9

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Number remaining May 31, 1910

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AUegheDy, 24

Armstrong, .1 11

Beaver, 5

Bedford, _ 6

Berks, ._ - 10

Blair, 2,

Bradford, 43

Bucks, _- 4

Butler, — - 4

Cambria, 3

Cameron, _ 1

Carbon, _ 2

Centre, _ 18

Chester, _ 19

Clarion, __ 9

Clearfield, 16

Clinton 6

Columbia 2

Crawford, ._ _ _ —

Cumberland, _ 13

Dauphin, 27

Delaware, 10

Elk 1

Erie, 7

Fayette, 18

Forest, — 2

Franklin, 13

Fulton, t)

Greene, _ __ 7

Huntingdon, — 11

Indiana, __ __ 5

Jefferson, __ 6

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Lackawanna, _ 24



£6. Lancaster, 7

37. Lawrence, - - 4

38. Lebanon, —

39. Lehigh, - - —

40. Luzerne, - 8^

41. Lycoming. — _. - 7

42. McKean, 1

43. Mercer, 18

44. Mifflin, __ 4

4^. Monroe, _ 3

46. Montgomery, 2

47. Montour, 10

48. Northampton, _ _— 10

49. Northumberland, _ — 15

50. Perry, _.. 3

51. Philadelphia, 60

52. Pike, -.- — 2

53. Potter, - 4

54. Schuylkill, - 8

55. Snyder, 1

56. Somerset, - . — .— 2

57. Sullivan, 1

58. Susquehanna, 8

59. Tioga, - 28

60. Union, 3

61. Venango, 14

62. Warren, 2

63. Washington, - —

64. Wayne, . 8

65. Westmoreland, _ ._ 12


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