The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, September 25, 1903, Page 14, Image 14

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    The Commoner.
Bars Pen Names,
- A cablegram to tho St Louis Globe
Domocrat under date of Paris, July
is, says: M. Gcrvaizo, deputy for
Nancy, has drawn up a bill compelling
people to drop pseudonyms, or pen
names, and to us their own. The bill
will soon bo preBonted to the cham
ber of deputies, and already It has
caused consternation In the ranks of
literary men and artists, for nowhere
else aro pseudonyms so freely used
In the literary and artistic world as
In Paris.
Writers who have made reputations
and are known to their readers only
by their pen names believe that they
will suffer great loss if they be forced
to abandon them. The Countess de
Martefde Janvllle, who is known to
readers of society novels by tho name
of "Gyp," is in tears. Pierre de Cou
levalre, who has made such clover
studies of American women, will bp
recognized with difficulty by her real
9 name of Mio. Fayord.
. Not one in fifty would know Jean
'. Lorraine by his family namo of Ver
dier. Even the traveled ajid cultured
Pierre Lot! is not widely known by
his real name of Julien Vaud. It is
doubtful If even professors of litera
ture know Anatolo Prance by any oth
er name. His real name, Antolno
Thibaut, conveys no means and con
jures up no poetic beauties.
A kindred confusion will be caused
in the ranks of Journalists. That
fighting editor, U.rbain Gohier, will not
bi permitted to so sign himself, for
this Is merely his nom de plume. Oc
tavo Uzanne, nephew of the late M.
de Blowitz, anf'. a writer on the Matin,
vwill have to sign his family name or
noneat all.
sr The Duke de Pomar must give up
his democratic signature of Victor
Bellechasse, and if the queen of Na
ples wishes to continue to contribute
- to newspapers It will not be over the
name of the Countess Isola, as she has
hitherto done.
. Caricaturists are similarly In trou
ble. The world-renowned Caran
d'Ache will become plain Emmanuel
Poire; the witty Willy will become
Gauthier Villars. All the potency at
tached to the name of Rejane would
have to be rearranged should the law
compel her to wear the name of Mme.
The further sacrilege of making
Jane Hading become plain Jeanette
Hadingue would be committed. It
would force Mme. Calve to be put upon
the dead walls of the city as De Rp
quer. x The adoption of the bill would lead
,to the debaptism of the leading names
of' literature, the stage and the press.
None oF Man's Business.
We'd like to know why it is that
ladies have their dress skirts made so
long that they are obliged to carry a
half dozen yards of cloth in their
hands in order to bo able to walk?
Arlington News.
Strange how some men will spend
so much valuable time in Issueless cur-
io8ity as" to the whys of a woman's
conduct. There is no "why" in the
case. No man knows anything about
any woman that ever lived, except his
.mother. And she is not like any other
womannot another like her ever
lived. A marrltv. man finds out new
things about his wife every day; finds
that he doesn't half know her; never
.did know her, never will know her;
she's too much for- him, too much for
any man living. She's the riddle of
'creation. In time he learns to quit
asking fool -questions like the above,
and about her net hose and half hose,
or which end of her dress is short
Us none of his busi.iess, and he won't
find out by asking, elther.Eagle
Grovo (la.) Eagle.
A College Education Within Easy Read
The Commoner's Gret Offer!
Every Young Man and Young Woman ehould endeavor to secure a Good Education. In many in.
fltances the expense is a bar, at least to more than may be secured in the Public Schools. The Com
moner has arranged a plan whereby any industrious Yoang Man or Woman may earn enough to pay for
a college course. The plan i simple, the work comparatively easy, the results sure if' the work is fol
lowed earnestly. -
Your Choice of Schools.
Arrangements have been made and are being made, with some of the leading Educational Institu
tions of the country, so that Young Men and Young Women may select a college near their own homes
Here are fourteen well known Institutions that are in,clud6d in The Commoner's Great Offer.
Par Catalog f Tkaaa Callecatf, Writ to th Presidents Named
Biloit Colligi, Beloit, Wis.
JEdwartf D, Baton, D. D., L. L. D., Praa.
Regular tuition 156.00. A non-sectarian
school, founded 1846. It has
2instructorsand391studeDt8of both
sexes; gives courses of study in the
classics, Sciences and Philosophy;
confers degreos and offers prizes for
proficiency in Languages, Oratory ,and
general scholarship.
Defianct College, Difianct, 0.
JT, W. M eRaynolda, A. M B. I., Pw.
Regular tuition $30. w Chartered
1850. This college now has enrolled
164 students. It has 13 instructors
in Classical, Philosophical, Literary
and Moral courses, and Departments
of Music, Art, Elocution, Commerce
and Theology. A co-educational
school of a high moral and religious
Ewlng College, Ewing, III.
J. A, Laavltt, D. !., Pratdmt,
Regular tuition $30.00. Oldest col
lege in Southern and Eastern Illinois,
under Baptist control, but no denom
inational requirements. Has 220 stu
dents and a faculty of 13 well quali
fied instructors. Offers strong courses
in tho classics and Mathematics, has
Business, Music and Normal depart
ments, and gives its young men and
young womon students personal train
ing often wanting in larger institutions.
Kentucky Wesleyan College,
J. Ij. "Weber, . D., Lltt. X Praa,
,Regular tuition $50.00. A distinctly
Christian institution. Methodist.
Surrounds its students with the best
religious influences. " Instruction in
all branches. High standard of mor
als and scholarship. Faculty has 13
members. .Students, both sexes, 175.
Lincoln Academy, Lincoln, Neb.
T. M, lledgman, Aaie. Prof. Hath. UaJ
f Kab., Frlaalpal.
Regular tuition $40.00. Courses of
study especially designed to prepare
students for State Universities of Ne
braska and Iowa. Language, Science,
Mathematics, Athletics and Debate
taught by University Graduate Spe
eialists. Location combines many
distinctive advantages. Non-sectarian.
McKendree College, Lobanon, III.
M. II. Ohambarlala A. M JL. JL. !.,
Regular tuition $36.00. Located in
a beautiful suburb of St. Louis.
Standing high, instruction thorough.
Its courses of study include Montal
and Moral Philosophy, Greek, Latin,
German, English, Science, Mathe
matics, Law and Music. Last year
148 students received instruction from
a faculty of 14.
Neb. Wesleyan Univ.,
DeWlts O. HaatlagtoH, JD. D. Chan.
Regular tuition $27.00. For loca
tion, surroundings and influences as
well as scholarship, an excellent
school. Located at University Place,
a handsome suburban village, three
miles from Lincoln. Under Meth
odist control,instruotsin the Sciences,
Arts and Literature, Commerce and
Oratory. Students number 700, both
sexes. Faculty of 40.
Washburn College, Topeka, Kans.
Nermaa Plaaa, A.M., B.D., President.
Regular tuition $40.00. A Medical
College, School of Law, and depart
ments of Fine Arts.Oratory and Arch
itecture, with Classical and Scientific
Courses, A student body of 328 un
der the training of 25 instructors.
Congregational School, founded 1865.
Both sexes. Degrees of A. B., B.
S. and A. M.
mate fine buildings and grounds, com
petent instructors and the beat of
mental, moral and physical discipline.
Full courses in all branches. Special
attention to Music, Physical Training
and Biblical instruction. Three nun
dred young men and young womon
are here at work, under a faculty of
twenty. Founded in 1859. Under man
agement of Congregational church
Westminster College, Fulton, Mo.
J. M. MeOraekea, A. M Ph. T Praa
Regular tuition $50.00. 'Founded
by Presbyterian church 1853. Locat
ed at Fulton, near center of Missouri.
Faculty of twelve men well fitted for
the instruction and training of the
one hundred and twenty-five young
men who comprise, its student body.
Courses in Language and Literature,
Natural und Political SciencePhil
osophy, Mathematics, the Bible and
Business, Prizes given. Best of in
fluences throwa around students.
Whitman College,
Walla Walla, Wash.
. B, Ii. Fearoae, D. ., Prenldsnt,
Regular tuition, $50.00. Students
enjoy all advantages of splendid cli-
Mount Angel College,
Mount Angel, Oregon
Rev. V. Dominic, O. 8. U President
Regular tuition $50.00. A Romnn
Catholic school for boys and young
men. Founded in 1887. Two bun
dred students. Nineteen instructors.
Courses of study, Preparatory, Com
mercial. Classical. Normal. Smrnitifin.
Philosophical and Theological. Spo-
uim uuurHoa in uanguages, Jiiiocuuon,
Surveying, Shorthand and Typewrit
ing, Telegraphy, Drawing and Paint
ing and Music; likewise Physical and
Moral Training.
York College, York. Neb,
Win. B. Sohell, A. M., D. D President
Regular tuition, $26.75. A Chris
tian, but non-sectarian school, offer
ing Classical, Philosophical, Scientific
Litorary, Preparatory, Normal, Com
mercial, Music, Art and Elocution
courses. Good equipments, an able
faculty, unrivaled location, low ex
penses. It is co-educational, has 284
students and 12 instructors.
Baylor University, Waco, Texas.
S. Palmer Br e oka, A. M President.
Regular tuition, $60.00. Leading
Southern University. Founded 1845.
Offers courses of study leading to de
grees of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor
of Science, Bachelor of Philosophy
and Bachelor of Letters. Also Masters
degrees" for advanced work. Co-educational;
Baptist Students, 783, fac
ulty 33.
Union Commercial College
Grand Forks, N. D.
O. T. Tfeseker, Frcsldaat.
Regular tuition. $100.00. A school
of Commerce, fitting students for
business occupations.
Do you want a college) educationt Write The Commoner for Full Particulars. The offer will enable you to pay
very expense, including Tuitioa, Board, Laundry and Books. Do not delay. Address
THE COMMONER, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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