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THE OMAHA DAILY BKE: MOXD.W. .11 LY fi. INK
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WUKlvj
Notable Spelling Contest for National
an.l went dtre( Uy from si tuol tu his new
position In Washington.
Miss Astics Salmon mill Miss Ptc'l.i Hen
derson, who hnvo l-cen attending tho prn
nisnshlp department, have Just been elected
to good positions Iti their line of work.
M'M Salmon has boon rlicted s uporvls.-ir
, of penmanship In tic Oolwein public
rrT fTrTTi r tt t TTrrxra TW TTTX" schools, and Miss Henderson to a s inllar
COLGEZD GIV.L WIFS THE PHIZ, ,,,, nt K , ntv- M!ss ,,..,.
i on will alo to.ich tills sul.ioct In the
ol the f'ollrsji- C hrrr , County Institute nt For. ft City.
Task nil Trla
I Lnfayette Matthew, sunlint of I?c6-C7.
i called nt the college 1 : Monday.
l.rnttrr na. sin's I'otyirlot Col-
lrKm sirlnus Ildncn
tic Ml Actlaltles.
3 1 1 e i c c c P-1
KI MH'S POI.YKI.OT c M,I.F.ii:l.
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CEQOiS 4 COLLEGES 4 1
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Where Do the Be3t Business Houses
Go For Business Assistants?
They go where tiny enn get the bc.-it liolp naturally.
And It must bo tiuo that the best business co.lcge l the one that prndu
atea tho best business assistants.
Boyles Cnllegn graduates are employed In priictlcully every large business
concern In Omaha and vicinity, i
Thl, then, inut prv thnt rioyUs CollcRn Ih til" lHt IiusIih-kh cnlleRe.
And .the bent buolnesj colircf Ik the unly one (? d cnnuKli tor you to at
tend If you want a buslnen training thnt I worth while.
Of rourM, this reputation for ffrsiduitlnR the tet business nhl.stanH la'
a valunblA asset to svrry (rradunte of p.iyles College.
It Klves you ft standing imnng hTilnen men which brings the best oppor
tunities and rapid advancement In the hu?lr.nR world.
Th Banuuar School li In Beosion. Enlr Wow.
Bend for our liamlyonio catalogue at nine.
Boyles Bldg. 11. ii. Uoyiei. fres.
Official Tralnlnir Fohcol of Union I'urlflc R II. Telegraph l)erartment.
A notable revival of the oM-thr.r- "spell- ;
lug bee'' took place at Cleveland during the j
senflcns of the Manorial anneal icna 1 lis-
nrley of ntloiinllles.
Riinam pnl Dlnlert.
VrltliiK Ir. the Student V.'oil.l. Ilium Paul
1 Nk-olav savs about Rufa'i coMeires: The
srclnMon ond under the auspices of that r- ; ,,, , ,.,,, worlll df.. not .enrescnt
d persons witnessed a crt.,)n,.t homoseneous mass of lturslana.
K.inb:ation. Six thnusar
the rc.nlt'Kt for the na
between t' a".is of e'uh'h crude students from j
tile s. ho.ils of Cle' Tind, I'ittshuis. New i
Orleans nnd Krle, fa. The Cleveland team
won, sociinn only SS ir 1 s s out of TOO word. I
I'lttsb.irg us second, with 47 misses; New
I Orleans third, with CS. nnd Krle fourth. :
Tho victory was a personal triumph for a ,
little dusky maiden. Marie C. r.olilen, II I
but reflects the variety of different na-
tionalltles. which form 1 H.0.'vK1 lnhabl- I
tants of this empire ond of Its I.) or more !
lanffitnpa nn.l .11-ili.r.ta '
Thl. 1 especially uilur nt Ir. tl;e western
universities. In Voorb ff (D -rpat), f ir exam
ple, where the I'olish, (levmnn, Lettish,
Esthonlan and Itusslau siudents form dis
tinct groups, the last e :nirlslns, besl les
'great" and "small" Russians, a number
years oi,j. uungr.ier oi a negro man .rie, of Jpw, an(, cf (lurk fui,p, Arrn,,ntan(I arul
of Cleveland, who spoiled every word cor-
, reelly, Imth In oral and the written tests,
j The convention was swept with a storm of
! applause at her demonstration, tho result
I of which was made known far down the
Information concerning tho adrantages, rates, extent
ot curriculum and other data about the best school
and college! can be obtained from tho
School anil College Information
Bureau ol The Omaha Bee
All Information absolutely free and Impartial. Cata
logue of any particular school cheerfully furnished
KANSAS WESLEYAN BUSINESS COLLEGE
Largest and best equipped west of the. Mlsslsalppl
River; over 1.000 students ; 18 professional teachers;
6 certificated teuchern of Khorthand; best penmanship
department In the Went. Individual Instruction, posi
tion guaranteed. ("iinduates ca,ii choose location. Of
ficial school for banks snd rallroado. No agents, ex
penses of tuition and board reduced to a minimum.
Write for Illustrated catalogue.
sbb ous oira month thiaxj orrEB.
BOIOH, President. SOS S. Bants Fe Ave., SAXIITA, KANSAS
FOR YOUR t
line of announcements on the big black
iKiard. and nt a time when her score meant
a victory for Cleveland, the earlier an
nouncements having put nttsburg and New
Orleans In the lead.
The little girl was congratulated by hun
dreds, even members of the New Orleans
spelling team shaking her hand when Presi
dent Francis 11. Haserot of the Cleveland
Board of Education pinned to her dress the
gold medal which denotes the championship
of American public school spellers.
"I did not enter the spelling contest," she
said as she stepped from the Htprodrome
platform, "for personal glory, but to try
to help bring honor to my teacher and my
school. I studied spelling all I could, and
believe I have learned to spell from reading
the newspapers. There are very few words
In cvery-day use that do not appear con
tinually In the papers."
I While the New Orleans team stood only
I third In Its total of correctly spelled words,
It numbered more Individual star perform
rrs than Any of the otherB. Some of the
tit tie ones, who, through stage fright, had
not done their best, cried bitterly a they
filed from the platform, and could not be
comforted. They burled their heads In the
i cushions of the rest room and cried villi
their eyes Were red.
j Mae Thurshy of Pittsburg, who also sub
I mltted a perfect paper, was given a medal
by the nttsburg Board of Education. For
winning third place. Superintendent Warren
Easton of the New Orleans schools an
nounced that he would give his pupils a trip
to Mammoth Cave as well as to Niagara
f-. ros WOMEN.
Fifty-Eighth Year. Fine. New Buildings. Full four years College Courses. Col
lege Preparatory Courses. Best advantages lu Music, Art, Klocution, Domestic Science
and Physlcul Training. Ideal home life. For catalogue address,
MRS. W. T. MOORE, President, 24 College Place.
MISSOURI MILITARY ACADEMY
Fluent the whole bo! Select, llrrlteij, thorounh. Prepirrt (or highem and ben. cvilleg". unl
vmUlea. builnnr Full Kftillf. Tra lx) to one tcaib'r. SnTiai all In Btudlm. No falluraa.
Oalr two IvU twlow Ho pvr cmt lt eeMlon. No wb reeord alnewhrr. rhillergea other military
arhnoU lo a fair ton'rut In all th arailvmlc tranche at the rlcae of the BPe4loa. Turna anait fin
Uhad actiolara and ntlrmen who can make good, not profpaalonal athletea and eoldlere. Perfect
lHllh. DchKhllul home, rholre aae.K'tatUm. Full school athlrtl.-e -foot ball, bare ball, baaket ball,
tennla, sot. music, dancing, okatlng. boating, awlm mlng, flailing, bunting, croea-cnuntry run, camp
ing everything that makea a bny'a life worth while. Chargca reasonable, llluatratvd catalogue Ilea.
Adareaa I'llL. W. U. KU.NVILI.K, Mexico, Mo., liox A. 21.
NEW YORK Ol.n CITY COLLEGE.
deorslat.'S from the Caucasus. These
j groups arc not on friendly terms with each
It Is Impossible before a correct census
has been taken to give an exact estimate
of the number of students In the eiRht
universities and about thirty-six high tech
nical schools for men and in the ten or
eleven higher l?.tltutlons for women; but
It Is certain thnt the number has of late
greatly Increased, having risen In St.
Petersburg frim 14.WO In !!6 to 29.5i, In
cluding about 8,400 women. Tho total can
not be bolow til.OtO. The students are con
centrated In a few great centers, makirjg
access for work among them easier. All
the universities and almrst ail of the high
technical schools are nonresidential.
The distinctly 'Russian class of students
produce on a foreigner an Impression that
Is not prepossesslrr. With the exception
of few dandles In the capitals, they are
mostly extremely poor and crowd Into the
universities without financial means. In
hope of finding work or lessons to live on,
and many are almost starving. A foreigner
will also be struck by their urjrullness,
lack of enterprise and of perseverance, and
the. more than loose way In which they
regard the very worst forms of sjn. The
sense of right and wrong seems to be
obliterated to a terrible extent.
But much must be said In favor of these
students, to make uj for these dark out
lines. Russians are an emotional people,
quick to feel and to act under impulses,
open to tho worst and to the best and
highest Influences. You will hardly any
where find more warm hearted, genereous,
unselfish people, once you have won their
affections. They are willing to spend and
be spent for a cause they have espoused.
A woman studer.t, living on 50 shillings a
month, used to give 20 to her social demo
cratic party. "What do you sacrifice?" is
a usual question.
Our now fire-proof building insures you that your boy will be safe and com
fortable. Kegular exercise, firm discipline, kindly interest in each boy's welfare
and thorough instruction safeguard his health and build him in body, mind and
character. Send him to a school
where they build manly boys
Our courses of instruction are thoroughand complete. Our discipline, which
is semi-military in character, builds a sound foundation for after life.
You will find the right spirit among our boys; they are happy, interested in
their school work and enthusiastic about their school. You will be glad to have
your boy among them. For further information address,
Harry ik. Russell, Head Master, Kearney, Neb.
I'nder the combined Influence of serious
work, kindly courtesy, and youthful merry
making the students of this Boarding and
Day school for young women and girls
grow Into a happy appreciation of the
beauty and dignity of wholesome, social re
lationships. Students holding certificates
covering the full entrance requirements of
a standard state university are admitted
without examination to Junior year of col
legiate course. Certificate In college-preparatory
course admits to Vassar, Welles
ley, Smith, Mount Holyoke I'nlversity of
Nebraska, 1'nlverslty of Wisconsin and
I'nlversity of Chicago. Exceptional advan
tages In music, art and domestic science.
Well equipped gymnasium, and out-door
sports. Students mothered sympathetically.
For illustrated Year-Book address Miss
Macrae, principal, OinaJia.
Are You Looking
for a Good School?
You will be pleated with the
at Jacksonville, 111.
Till: KANSAS CITY VETERINARY COLLEGE!
ITsneelallv Construc ted Colleue liutldliiir. t-.xttorl, need I iiMtruetori,. Excellent EouId.
nient. ThorouiiJi Course. Lu go IJoapltul. Pally Clinics. Many opportunities a i rac
tltloners, Teachers. iMveutlgtuors. Sanitary officers. Army Veterinarians. V. R In
spectors. Graduates eligible to GoTerniniat appointments. Fosttlou now open. Kail
Term opens m i i niber lt. Catalogue and turtlo r information sent free on application
to Sr. B. BXEWAaT, Secretary, 1409 X). 16th Street, Kaneai City, Mo.
THE more careful you are
about what your boy
learns and how he Jearfls it,
tho more you will appreei
J ate our littlo book "Tho
4 right school for your boy."
I "We send it and our cata
: logue on request.
Racine College Grammar School
THIS SCHOOL S'lAKOU rOR QVAtVZTT
.)tuaiuee, Jturaaii, roi ttinc. ry totiria,
A Ideusant ciuleu.' imvu. l.n l:;il ,.i.eiiM. a
!.w. I'laee.i to vrk lor rvii uiul imar.j.
Graduates ssHisteii to t xceli.-p.l peUlona.
f Interest!-. I, s I'd for t iii ii.iiiflsoiUH fr
'titalogue, the t.tii.""t ever jmbhb!iel 0y acy
wtitiiu iowa cotirar,
Council Ululit. X.
We will send you cata
logues and school infor
mation of any kind which
you cannot obtain so
easily in any other way.
This service 19 abso
lutely free. No charge
now or at any other
time. The following
classes of schools are
included in this offer:
A Colltet, Universities
B-Schools (or Young Ladies
C Boys', Military
D Music, Art, Oratory
Ci Business, Telegraph, Normal
M Kindergarten, Nuisc
Education! Inlortnatlon Bureau
Sia Laun-iUule UsaiidtsHi. M. Louis, Mo.
B27 UlUi Avenu, New York. Roosa Ilea
"SJwery b'.uant tu Aavrttser."
Coil's" I otirt'. Aw'.ia'iny Oiurses.
Tejehefs' t our.s.-e. New c'oos r v a lory
of Music, ldeul lK:.itlon. New tcie.iuw
Building, t ' I 'l ate vupvt .
Write lit Sanasuwe cte,iu(ue aul
Aw a. ivaata, uu. d. UtetliJiMT.
: THE UNIVERSITY
' Affiliated with 0i1jmU of Ve-
1 ; Breeaav . Cniprelienatve coui aee in all
fJ bfenchea of Music, under rxporienovd SUid
I lunipeient Inelructore.
Cil"K"e ami terms.
WIIXAD KIMHaLIs Director.
Ilia ana a ktreete, Zajcula, a a a.
Potter College Ur
For higher education of young women,
tery eWlect J odyred y tvo IU. H.1
, Lje) nrel4tliU, . seu4 I9C Cs)taiti(Mv .
F or Young Ladles
t'H-ena ?t "t. H. 1908. One of the
I ..it ik kcl.ol for Young Ladles In
the Mouth. Modern building. Campus
of ten acres. - Grand mountain scenery
lit Vallev of Virginia, famed for
liraltn. European and American teach
trs. Conservatory advantages in Art
Muale and Klocution. Certificates re
reived at Wlleley. Ptudenta from
SO state Moderate rates. Fur cata
MATT LB V. XAKBJB, President
tin. fertraaa Karris Bealwrtaht. Vte-rcst
Todd Seminary for Cays
(1st year. The oldest achool for boy In
the Northweet. Located o minutes from
Chicago and 1000 feet above the see. In
the -hill oountry" of Illinois. Our Ideal:
"Kor every Todd boy a (rood, citiseo. &o4
for proapsctus. m X)1 rrtUpL
Rash of Ktudentn Give It New
l.erae of I.lfe.
Oraduates of tho College of the City of
New York of the older classes have been
hearing good news In the last week or
two. Tho old building at Twonty-thlrd
street and Lexington avenue, which shel
tered all but this year's graduates during
their college career. Is not going to be
torn down at once.
It w;ts supposed that the completion of
the new buildings on Washington Heights,
which were dedicated a. few months ao,
would mean the Immediate abandonment
and demolition of the old pile, but tho
rush of students to the college has already
swamped the new structures. So many
new pupils have been admitted to the
acadcmlo department of the college this
year that the old building la needed to ac
It Is a choice between that and hiring
some other premises. It Is now believed
that at least five years must elapse before
the old building can be dispensed with,
and the alumni feel that a sentimental
tragedy In their lives has been postponed
just that long.
The city authorities are not so well
pleased. They are desirous of getting the
site for some other purpose on Its cash
value. One of the projects for the use of
the property Is to turn It Into a high school
and Mayor McClellan visited the building
recently and went over It to ace if It could
be adapted for this purpose.
It is not fireproof, however, and Is in
bad repair. Besides the valuable ground
space is not fully utilized. It is believed
that the building could not bo converted
economically to school uses. Anyway, the
whole subject Is now relegated to the future.
It has been a hope of the alumni that
the attention of some wealthy man would
bo attracted to the building and that It
would be bought and presented to the city
for a museum or a public library. Tho
Idea of raltdng a subscription for this pur
pose has even been mooted, but the sum
needed Is so large aa to be discouraging.
The attitude ot -the alumni Is not based
merely on their own veneration for their
alma mater. The building has accumulated
a tradition, as they put it, in the more
than fifty years of Its existence
It is a link between the great New York
of today and the city of bygone days.
Begun In 1M7 and opened in lsw. It was
bulit literally In the open fields. There
were no houses between It and the present
Uramt-rcy 1'ark. From the site vessels could
be seen sailing on the Euat river. North of
it along the general line of Lexington ave
nue, there was a settlement of villa houses
known as Rose Hill.
The situ cost f5.0CO.a To this a few years
later was added a plot on Twenty-second
street, on which the academic department,
now an annex to the Wadletgh school, was
built. This piece of land coat $12.0-0, mak
ing a total of U7.00U. The whtde site Is
now appraised at more than ILooO.OuO.
The building cost I'S.cGO; the appropriation
was M.0tO. The cost is figured out at 9
cents a cubic foot, and it is said to have
been the most economically built public edi
fice ever put up In New York.
CEDAR RAIUD9 DllKSS COLLEGE
l'ronapt Recognition of the Ability of
IjOuIs Frani of Tumult, Wis., and C. II.
Smith of Cedar Kaplds, la., two young men
who finished the shorthand course In the
Cedar Rapids Business college during the
present school year, took the civil service
examination that was recently held and
have received appointments in the Army
and Navy departments, respectively. Mr.
Frans completed bis course last fall and
bas been regularly employed as steno
grapher slnoe that time. Mr. -Smith was
still a pupil JLo the Cedar Rapids Business
college when. M received Lis appotntiuent.
V'hrlntinn foUrare, Colombia, Mo.
The new catalogue of Christian college
is now being distributed to those who ap
ply for It. It was delayed a little while
by tho printers. It Is really a work of
art, as well as containing a vast amount of
Information for those who are seeking' a
college for the coming session. The frontis
piece presents a panoramic view of the col
lege buildings, and a part of tho campus.
and is without doubt, one of the most
striking pictures of its kind produced In
Dr. Moore has gone to Pent water, Mich.,
where he will remain some weeks. A few
weeks later Mrs. W. T. Moore, the presi
dent of the college, will Join her husband
and remain at the lake side as long as she
can be spared from her college work. Mrs.
J. M. Frederick, the vice president, has re
turned from Joplln, where she has
been vlsiilng her iluOfclittr. - .d will nss ml
fur tho remaining portion of the i-uinmer
In work in preparation for the opening of
the college In September.
The Hon. Morton H. Pemberton, who Is
a candidate again for the iegisluture. but
who la also to assist in the budln.sa man
agement of the college for the coming
yeur, is at present looking after his nomi
nation. He will probably be nominated at
the cimlng primary, and this will be an
equivalent to election.
Very few charges have been made In the
fuculty of Christian college for the com
ing year, but one very important name
has been added to tho musical faculty, vli.,
Mr. Stanley Levy, late of Germany, who Is
a musician ot International repvtatk.11. The
curriculum of the college remains practi
cally the seme, viz., a four year's college
preparatory couise prepares for college or
university courses, and a four year's full
college course which leads to 'he A. B,
degree. If a student can glvo only two
years to the colit ge w 01 k.- this will bo
recognized try the B. L. degree, and for one
year of college work the student will be
graduated aa Associate in Aran. Thus young
women wiio cannot take the whole four
year's collegiate course, but wtio desire a
diploma for the work which they do, will
be accommodated by this middle degree,
between tho high school graduation and the
Tennis Courts at Brownell Hall.
The Brownell Hall girls In various parts
of tho west will be rejoiced to learn that
the hill on the school grounds east of the
building Is Jo be leveled and sodded at once
and will be ready for four full size tennis
courts with plenty of space between li- a
few weeks' time.
The sod will be so carefully set, watered
and mowed between now and the opening
of school that It will be In good condition
for a royal season of tennis playing this
These four, with the one on the south
side of the buildir, will make in all five
courts in the school yard. The beautiful
slope of the spacious grounds In frbnt of
the building (west) make tennis courts Im
Klfa Ellis naio School.
Miss F.ffa Kills, originator and principal
of the Effa Kills Illustrated Music school,
is one of the most enthusiastic and gifted
teachers of music in the west. The won
derful success of her many teachers and
students In all parts of the United States
testifies to the merits of her system.
The system teaches by illustrations, by
the use of comparisons, similarities and
peculiarities, and a vast amount of knowl
edge is gained In a very short time.
The correspondence department ot her
school Is the largest In the world. It com
prises Illustrated courses. There are tour
theoretical and four violin courses, a school
teacher's, a harmony and a.i elementary
course for any instrument; also course for
Whr f tut to a College lor Women f Her sra
full College and Preparatory Courtea, and Bns ad
vantage! in Muale, Art. Domestic Science, and
Ezpreiakra. Eapeneea reasonable. Surrounding
healthful. Home life Ideal. Location central in
Middle West. Very convenient t every part of the
Mliiitilppi Vallev. Student! froamore than twenty
State!. Catalogue free. Address
President Barker, Rni 10 lackionvllle. 111.
mmA tldriCtB.B,,H!j!,gh Kra,Jie IJ!llta,ry boarJ1K "hool for boys and young
men. Ideal location, outside the city, yet done enouRh to oerlvr. all city
!aefl!8,: ?ree' wel,-q"1PPd buildings, forty acres of campus, drill, imrada
ana athletic grounds.
(strong faculty: the best academic,
Preparation for col e , ,. :.:,. " "''; :Y.,'m- R ,n inrl!.l trnlnlne.
-. . ... r-. 11, 'Mil j.lMJ iiHni - in ... hr.nl M.ili.
c aire 1 lit ai renr ion vvun tt i..io. i..... ... -.--.i
t . . 1 .. n"... ... hip iicnii nulla II 111' i ll Ol T lehOVK Xoll-
but strongly religious. Special department for bnva under 1 .. . ' e o'i
01 the boys. Non-fcecturlan)
music teachers. To quote a great teacher:
"If the Effa Ellis illustrated music courses
could be introduced in every town in the
I'nlted States, we would soon have a musi
Wentworth Military Academy.
May 28 marked the close of the twenty
eighth year of this school. Many new fea
tures were added which helped to the suc
cess of the work of the cadet. In the
academic work the special department for
small boys Improved greatly the work of
the younger cadets. They ar.6 entirely re
moved from the older boys. The Introduc
tion of mounted artillery Increased the In
terest in the military department to such
an extent that the management has made
arrangements for the introduction of cav
alry the coming year. Special arrangements
have also been made for giving personal
attention to the more backward pupils.
It Is with pleasure that the management
announces the assurance from the War de
partment of the continued detail of Cap
tain E. A. S. Hickman for another year.
It has been largely due his energy and un
tiring efforts that the school has mads such
rapid advancement during the last few
Captain F. A. Day and family have re
turned from a vacation at Pertle Spring.
Captain J. J. Ekinner was married to Miss
Annie Hooten of Lexington, Mo., at the
home of the bride's aunt, on June 9. They
are spending the summer at the academy.
Captain Anderson of last year's faculty
Is spending the summer at the Young Men's
Christian iissoclatlon camp' at Lake Geneva
By using the various departments ot The
Bee Want Ad Pages you get quick returns
at a small expense.
tscnooi will open September 1C, 1908. Tor Information addieal
. K MsuHASKA MILITARY ACADHMY.
Or B. D. HAYWARD, Superintendent, Uox 153. Lincoln. Nebraska.
The direct route
A straight lino Is the shortest dlstanc
between two points. Whv not taech your
fingers THE DIRECT ROUTE?
The complete kevho.ud Smith Pre
mier. Is tho WO&LD'S BUST TYPEWRITER.
Free employment bureau
Stenographers are furnished to business
men without cIiih-ru to school, steno
grupher or employer.
Write for particulars.
The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co.
M. O. PLOWMAN, Mgr.
THE LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Lincoln. Neb. ll
e,?!!8 tJieKbe!l claof students and turns out young people who W
are in demand by the buBlness world. i k
Let us tell you why. Send for catalogue and full particular.. ;?
Liherty Ladies Coem
. 1 . 1 J" n l'r- ueautlful and healthful location. lllnW grala In LSI ri,
S"" Arl I.SV.i. !?'5,!l,'' '"''"d la leading colleges unrt I'nlvereie.ta of An.cn a a. .1
AMERICAN MOZART CON.1KKVA TOKY
iTT!!0' l1"""" hlgheet honfe ot the Royal Cooaervatorlee of uerlln, LetpMc.
? : S Ti11.' "?rtha?.' ,h too-ervatorlee. A Style S Cabinet Orand Model Emu'ra .;.
-'- eaanvai corneal. AOdiem premoenl C at VVII.UAHrt. Ulieny. Ho
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
Knights of the Mystic Circle Secure
Dry S. B. Molln tsprtme
Dr. 8. B. Molin of San Francisco, a fra
ternal Insurance man of some note, has
been secured by the Knights of the Mystic
Circle as their supreme organizer and
elected to the board of directors. He has
come to Omaha tu reside and has head
quarters In the New York Life building.
He is a thirty-second degree Mason, an
Odd Fellow, an Elk aid Knight of Pythias.
Knights ot Pylhlas.
The famous Dayton team of loo has been
secured as one of the chief features of the
fortieth anniversary celebration In Omaha
on November it. The grand lodge commit
tee reports that It required a bonus of
14.00ft to secure this team. It will put on
"Damon and Pythias " Reports from out
side Jurisdictions Indicate the attendance
on this anniversary will exceed all expecta
tions. Tho lodges of Omaha. South Omaha
and Council Bluffs are aggressive in mak
ing the preparations.
Tribe of Ben Har,
I-ew Wallace court No. 121 gave a pro
gram In Its hall Inst Monday Those par
ticipating were Miss Josephine Clsrk, Miss
Ix.retta Barnrtte, Miss Pearl Hill, Miss
Call and C. A. J. Epps. Prizes were
awarded to Mrs. Hogsn, Miss Kelly, Mr.
Witnlan and W. T. rVhackelford. Miss
Clark played a piano selection of her own
composition entitled "Lew Wallace Court
No. 12f." Monday evening a large class
will be initiated and the degree team organ
ized under Captain Rvley. other Important
business will also be transacted.
Yah-Num-Dah-Sls tribe No. S and Omaha
tribe No. Ill will Install officers Monday
night at the former's hall. Nineteenth and
Karnam streets. The great chiefs of the
state will participate on this occasion and
refreshments will be served.
Oldest and largest In the Middle West. Prepares for I nlversi
ties. Government Academies or for Life. Active I', p. nsruer
Rated in class "A". Infantry, Artillery and t'avairy driil.i. in.
dividual instruction for backward boys. Manual Training. Hen
arate department for small boys. Illustrated catalogue free.
Address Secretary, Box A, Lexington, Mo.
Hardin College ant Conservatory
For young women. Chartered by the stute; 3Mh vear.
The college a university trained faculty Literary worn
given parallel credit by the I'nlversity of Chicago 'i lie eon
servatnry Oerman standards. Courses in Art. Expression,
Business and Domestic Science. Bate and sane government
School opens Wednesday, September . Write fr catalogue
and terms to president John W. Million, A. M., 1305 Course
Place. Mexico, Mo.
A shooting! Scran
with both parties wounded demands Buck
len's Arnica Salve. Heals wounds, sires,
bums or Injuries. 2&c For sal by Beaton
DON'T DRAW STRAWS
wnen you put your boy in a business college. Don't put nim
in a gams of chance, but select a school fur him with the
same care you would select a savings bank. A poor school
has BDoiled manv m. arooel itndtnl uI.iia u w - -
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has become a good student in a good school. Send your boy to the C. 11. 0. c.
iiu jruu 11 run uu caaam. zifin year. AOie iacuity. Ciood
uatea. Catalogue free
positions for graa-
CEPAR RAP LPS BUSINESS COLLEGE. Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
WESTERN MILITARY ACADEMY .
Upper Alton, Illinois.
Ideal location, near St. Louis. Six modern buildings.. Fireproof Barracks. Large drill
hall, with gymnasium, bowling aileys and shooting gallery. Kxeepticnally strong
faculty. Army detail. Tuition 6U. Capacity lio Waiting list Uul year, lmmedata
application advisable, fur boys of good ehum. ter above the sixth grade.
COL. ALBERT M. JACKSON, A. at., Superintendent.
One thousand typewriters are
manufactured every twenty
One. thousand trained steno
graphers are required to operate
You csn readily secure a position
and we will help you. If a graduate
of this, the only exclusive shorthand
and typewriting school in tho city.
Puryear's Commercial School
83S W. Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
The Teachers' College of Indianapolis
for the training of Kindergarteners and
Primary Teachers. Regular course two
years. Post-Uraduate course for Normal
Teachers one year. Primary training a
fart of the regular work. Classes formed
n September and February.
Free Scholarship Oraated Each Term.
Special Primary Clauses in January,
March. May and June. Send for catalogue.
Mrs. Kllzl A. Hlaker, president. The Wil
liam Jackson Memorial Institute, 23d and
And make from $10 to 100 per day. We
teach you Auctioneering in four weeks'
time so that you can step at once It, to on
of the beat paying occupation in the lu'id
and that without capital. We only require
one-half of tuition down, the oioer after
you have become a successful .ucllrni' r.
1908 illustrated catalogue now ready. Mst
Term Aug. 3. Actual practice given.
ytis&ouRl Avcnon nrnoou
W. B. Cr4uUr, J-icg., of Trtatcu, Uo,