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PEARS

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TO fine lady or grown-up girl

has the velvety skin like a baby-not quite.

Haven't you seen a girl or woman catch sight of a dainty baby, and, if publicity does not forbid, rush to the little stranger, and go into raptures over its pink and softness?

That's the charm of baby-skin; not of the baby.

Every woman, or man, wants, in proper measure, a baby-skin. Let them use PEARS' SOAP, which is nothing but soap; pure soap;

nothing but PEARS".

ich is

Most soaps but PEARS' have excessive alkali in them.

We all have a baby-skin, unless it is eaten away by alkali. Nothing but soap will find it. It may be well disguised-PEARS' SOAP will find it.

Brings It Back

EDITED BY

The Faculty of the University of Chicago School of Education

JOHN DEWEY, Director

CONTENTS FOR OCTOBER, 1903

SAVING TIME IN ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION

ELLA FLAGG YOUNG

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SOME STEPS IN THE EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL OCCUPATIONS. VI

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PRIMITIVE HISTORY IN PRIMARY GROUPS OF THE LABORATORY SCHOOL. II
KATHERINE B. CAMP

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MODERNIZED ARITHMETIC

G. W. MYERS

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COURSES IN THE TEACHING OF NATURAL SCIENCE IN THE COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION
WILBUR S. JACKMAN

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