Two new prizes, of five hundred dollars and three hundred dollars have just been offered for the best and second best essays, respectively, on "Moral Training in Public Schools." These prizes, are offered by a citizen of California who desires his name withheld. He has appointed Reverend Charles R. Brown '77 of Oakland, California, President David Starr Jordan, of Stanford University and Professor F. B. Dresslar, of the University and Professor F. B. Dresslar, of the University of California, trustees of the fund, and sole judges of the essays submitted.
The essays must be typewritten and not less than 6.00 or more than 12.000 words in length. They must be in the hands of the judges not later than June 1, 1906. The prize essays, which are to become the property of the trustees, will be published, and circulated in the United States as widely as the fund at the disposal of the trustees will permit. The prizes will be paid immediately upon the announcement of the award of the judges. Essays, not awarded prizes, will be returned upon request with postage enclosed.