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TWENTY NURSES GRADUATED Mayor Takei Part In Exerclees at the Philadelphia Hospital. Twenty nurses were graduated last night from the Philadelphia Hospital Training School In the presence ,of many friends. As the opening march was played the graduates, graduates, led by Miss M. C. Smith, chief nurse, entered the clinic ball and took seats. Handsome floral gifts awaited the arrival of many of those to whom the evening meant so much. The exercises were conducted by Dr. John V. Shoemaker, president of the department of Charities and Correction, who,' after a prayer by the Rev. ,W. S. Heaton, made a short address. He referred to the three years that the graduates had been In training training and the useful knowledge they had acquired acquired In that time. Then Mayor Ashbrldge congratulated the class, and after that these young women received their diplomas: Cora L. Ilalley, Ada E. Bond, Marie C. Borelll, Pauline C. Cnthery, S. Cliurlty Credle, Lillian Davlcs, Anna C. De Rivers, Catherine Gilbert. Robena L. Harris, Alice Langham, Julia M. Lincoln, Elizabeth Ludy, Bertha I. Myers, Ella M. Neylon, Zetta M. Northoutt, Martha O'Conner, C. Irene Reed, Anna M. M. Reading, Mary J. Strickland, Mary B. Tinner. Then came more mtislo and addresses by Dr. Clara Marshall, Dr. S. Flaxner, Dr. Holland and I'ean Egbert, of the Medlco-Chl. Medlco-Chl. Medlco-Chl. A supper followed and at Its inclusion inclusion Superintendent Geary made a short address, In which he spoke of Miss Smith's great abilities as a teacher. Bertha J. Meyers was presented with the gold medal at the graduation of nurses at Philadelphia Hospital lost evening for the highest average In examination.