housekeepers, matrons and hospital managers, with professional courses in these lines.
The night school for women comprises purely trade courses, aiming to make the services of women more valuable. These courses embrace bookkeeping, stenography, typewriting, cooking, dressmaking. Those
who take up stenography must study commercial law; and those who study cooking must take instruction in the chemistry of foods.
It is the aim of the institution as a whole to keep abreast of all matters of technical science. The faculty has been most carefully selected; and the determination is to get men practical experience—