Montreal Daily Star, 24 April 1911, page 8
LIP READING FOR THE DEAF
Miss Wadleigh, of the Muller Walle School, Boston, has begun her classes at the YMCA with the most promising results, two classes already being formed. As Miss Wadleigh does not care to have many in a class she has decided to give daily lessons, at ten-forty-five in the morning and half-past four in the afternoon. Anyone who has struggled unsuccessfully with deafness, or feels deafness growing upon them, is welcome at these classes where full particulars as to terms will be given and a trial lesson if desired. This method of lip-reading has done wonders for deaf persons and these classes should be well attended. If the hours mentioned are not suitable for men or others, in offices, doubtless evening classes could be formed.