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Washington University Hospital

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

STAFF.

THE FACULTY OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, THE STAFF OF THE O'FALLON DISPENSARY, THE STAFF OF THE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.

The hospital is equipped with all modern appliances for treatment and care of the sick. A full corps of trained nurses insure skilled attendance. Contagious diseases are not received.

The rates range from $5.00 to
$18.00 per week in advance.

Physicians sending in patients from outside the City should notify the Superintendent in advance if ambulance service is desired.

For further information address,

WAYNE SMITH, M. D.,

Superintendent,

611 North Jefferson Avenue.

ST. LOUIS.

Bell Phone Bomont 349.

2108-2110 Locust Street.

DAY LECTURES AND DAY WORK.

HIS COLLEGE was organized and is managed by an association

instruction for young men and women who desire to qualify themselves as pharmacists.

ALL THE TEACHERS ARE PRACTICAL PHARMACISTS, either having formerly been engaged in pharmaceutical work or still being engaged in such pursuits. They are therefore familiar with the requirements in modern pharmacies.

THE COLLEGE BUILDING

is a substantial modern structure, well-lighted by a large light court in daytime and electricity at night, heated with steam, provided with three large lecture halls and three large and well-equipped laboratories, and all conveniences that can contribute to the comfort and educational advantages of the students.

THE ILLUSTRATIVE MATERIAL AND APPARATUS includes all modern pharmaceutical appliances, chemical apparatus and reagents, balances, microscopes, projection apparatus of various kinds, drug museum, etc., that can be utilized in illustrating and demonstrating the subjects taught, and new illustrative appliances are constantly being added. Probably no other college of pharmacy is as completely equipped in these respects as this one.

The forty-first annual session opens September 24, 1906; matriculation blanks will be found in the prospectus or may be obtained from the Dean, Dr. H. M. Whelpley, No. 222 South Broadway, St. Louis, Mo.

For catalog or further information write to

ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY,

2108-2110 Locust St.,
ST. LOUIS, Mo.

DENTAL DEPARTMENT

(MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE)

The Forty-First Annual Session
Begins OCTOBER 2nd, 1906,
and continues thirty-two weeks

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HIS Department now occupies its new and commodious home at 27th and Locust Streets, and offers superior advantages for highest class dental education. Special facilities for practical work are offered-facilities possessed by few dental schools, yet, so necessary for fitting the student to enter practice with the highest assurances of success. Investigate this school and you will be satisfied. Students have all the advantages offered by Washington University, which includes the world-famed McKellop's Dental Library (the largest and most complete dental library in the country), the Department of Athletics and use of the World's Fair Gymnasium. Catalogues and other information mailed on request. Address

Dr. J. H. KENNERLY, Dean,

27th and Locust Streets

ST. LOUIS, MO.

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DEGREES

I. Bachelor of Arts

II. Bachelor of Science in Civil
Engineering

III. Bachelor of Science in Mechan-
ical Engineering

IV. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

V. Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

VI. Bachelor of Science in Architecture

VII. The usual higher degrees
Entrance Examinations, Monday and Tusday,
June 18 and 19: Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept.
25 and 26, 1906.

II. Henry Shaw School of Botany
West of Skinker Road

WM. TRELEASE, S. D., LL. D.,
Professor in Charge

III. St. Louis School of Fine Arts
Locust and Nineteenth Streets
HALSEY C. IVES, LL. D., Director
IV. Law School

Twenty-ninth and Locust Streets
W. S. CURTIS, LL. D., Dean

Degree of LL. B. conferred at the completion of the three years' course. Entrance Examination, Wednesday, Sept. 26,

1906.

V.

Medical Department

ST. LOUIS AND MISSOURI MED-
ICAL COLLEGE

1806 Locust Street

ROBERT LUEDEKING, M. D.,

Dean

Entrance Examinations, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 28 and 29, 1906.

VI. Dental Department

MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE

Beaumont and Locust Streets

JOHN H. KENNERLY,

M. D., D. D. S., Dean Entrance Examinations, about Sept. 28 and 29.

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Von Versen Ave. and Windermere Way
C. P. CURD, A. M., Principal

A Preparatory School for College,
Polytechnic School and Business.

Entrance Examinations, Saturday, June 16 Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 24, 25 and 26, 1906.

VIII. Manual Training School
Von Versen Ave. and Windermere Way
C. M. WOODWARD, Ph. D., LL. D.,
Director, Washington University
W. R. VICKROY, Ph. D., Principal
Manual Training School

This is a school for boys not less than fourteen years old. A four years' course, including English Studies, Drawing, Carpentry, Pattern-making, Blacksmithing, Machine Work, and the management of the engine.

Entrance Examinations, Friday morning, June 22; Tuesday. Sept. 25, 1906.

IX. Mary Institute

Lake and McPherson Aves.
EDMUND H. SEARS, A. M.,
Principal

A completely equipped School for Girls.
Entrance Examinations, Saturday, June 2,
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 25 and 26, 1906

For catalogues or information address the Deans or Principals.

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