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THE OMAHA SUNDAY NEK: NOVEMBER &. 1908.
SCIENCE and ART
TEACHING BUSINESS METHODS
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Ladies are duly notified that Mine. Tale
of Beauty Culture Fame, will combine
Science and Art in an illustrated lecture
and artistic entertainment, to be given at
Boyd' opera house, Monday, November 18,
at 2:30 p. m. '
What this wonderful woman has accom
plished In her chosen life work. Is best at
tested to In the beauty of her own person
ality. That speaks more convincingly than
Thousands upon thousands of women all
over the world have received the same
remarkable benefits from the wonderful
Yala . System that is so rapidly revolu
tionising Human Ugliness Into Physical
lieauty. Women of all ages are being made
happy by what they' are enabled to do for
thamselves undef Mme.' Tale's System.
Well-meaning persons have often chal
lenged Mme. Yale's claims to make women
naturally beautiful as physical Impossi
bilities until overwhelmingly convinced to
the contrary by irrefutable evidence.
SYNOPSIS OP LECTURE.
1ST ACT. The Art of Beauty Cul-
IND ACT. The Science of Physical
3RD ACT. The Poetry of Motion.
4TH ACT. The Art of Good Style.
Mme. Yale will wear four different cos
. times of besutifui , design and coloring,
ler perfect figure will be artistically dis
played. - MUSICAL, PROGRAM.
Mme. Yale's Physical Culture Exercises
111 be given by her with fascinating
trace to the strains of sweet muslo ren
lired by the Theatre Orchestra.
Those attending will enjoy a Beauty Cul
ture treat impossible to describe,
. Tickets Complimentary :
Tickets for Mme. Yale's Lecture may be
obtained froe of charge by applying for
'hem now at .he Drug Department of the
Boston Store. J. I Brandels tt Sons. The
tickets are free, but the best seats will be
given to those making a purchase of any
of the Yale preparations at the time of
applying for tickets.
The lecture will begin promptly at 2.30
r. M. Ladies are kindly requested to be
rested at that time.
UniTeriitiei Are Tailing Up- Com
jnerce at - a Study.
o i ms ip I u.uu rauncoia Learner ...orris unair, uniy
75c Cash; 75c Monthly
NEW DEPARTURE IN EDUCATION
Has Again IMPROVED
The 19O0 Model
Are Now on Exhibition
at Our Store.
New style reproducer with
new attachments which can be
put on any Edison machine. The
records play longer thau any
record made and the songs arc
reproduced more naturally and .
more sweetly than ever before.
Prices from $li.SO to $125.
Attachment and Reproducer (or
; Standard $s.oo
Attachment and Reproducer tor
Home and Triumph. .. .$7.50
Come la and Hear the
' 'New Records.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.
Cor. 15th and Harney fits.,
554 Broadway, Council Bluff s
Greatest Appeal' la 1a the loans li
Who Already' Ilea a' Jnh,' hat
Wants to iiet Something
PHILADELPHIA, Taj wo T.(Sp-
clal.) A . business college is not the same
tnlntf as'tli'e bitslhfss depsttmeflt !eT a uni
versity. The university adjunct attempts
to realize the Ideal, of extra Instruction to
men already at work who want to lm
pro on' their standing In the commercial
It alms to teach them how to do their
work buttonc and how to rise to greater
heights. , Instilling into the mind of a man
the principles of cdmmerclal law, how to
make contracts and how to sell goods, the
sciences of accounting and Investigating
are part of the university business depart
ment. It Is 'a step above ' the business
school, which teaches rather more limited
bookkeeping, stenography, typewriting and
other things designed to introduce a man
The business branch of university work
Is comparatively a new thing. The first
of all was the Wharton School of Com
merce and Finance at the University of
That had Its earliest beginning In 1881.
The members of other faculties in the uni
versity objected to the establishment of it,
believing among other things that it would
cheapen the university name.
Bo the Wharton bequest was kept, but
the Wharton school rather languished for
almost a doaen years. It was not until
1S93 that It began to amount to something.
It did pot, however, take up accounting,
reckoned one of the most Important parts
of the work such a school may do.
In 1890 the University of Chicago an
nounced that courses In business instruc
tion would be a part of the work hereafter.
But the courses were not seriously under
taken and they amounted really to very
I alTersltr of Wisconsin Second.
The second business department In the
country actually to do something was that
at the University of Wisconsin, which be
gan operations in 1897. Then came along,
almost together, the schools at New York
university and Dartmouth.
The local school was founded at the re
quest of the certified public accountants
and for that reason accounting forms a
very Important part of its work, very Mkely
the most Important. The Amos Tuck
School of Administration and Finance at
Dartmouth was begun In the neighborhood
of 1900, too.
The school at the University of Illinois
was founded through the efforts of Ed
mund J. James, president of the univer
sity. Prof. James was formerly In the
faculty of the Wharton school, which also
had In It the dean of the New York Uni
versity school, Joseph French Johnson.
Ths best work of the Illinois school began
Michigan and Harvard were next to fall
into line. The latter school began work
this year. It Is called the Graduate
School of Business Administration and is
not as close to the working person as are
some of the other. The very pre
requisite of a bachelor's degree is bound
to separate It from the masses, so-called.
One of the most promising schools of, tho
year is that at Northwestern university,
opened only a few months ago. This is in
the city of Chicago, not in Evanston, -and
its night Courses, it Is believed, shortly will
be the biggest of all.
Night courses In Philadelphia have at
tracted about 500 students. Outside of the
college named Vermont has a small busi
ness course, founded through the efforts
of John H. Converse of Philadelphia, the
University of Cincinnati has a small even
ing school and the University of Colorado
also has established evening courses.
It is explained that almost all tho col
leges have aome courses which are likely
to be of value to the man in business and
these are called, vaguely, business courses.
The universities now have set out after
the .establishment of business departments,
because : day after day the sentiment In
favor of. thorn grows. There will be a
school V presently at Tufta college, a be
quest having. been left for it:
Growth of New York Schools.
In this- city the New York, university
school 'has grown fiom sixty students to
nearly 1,000. At the present time there
are more than Uie building can accom
modate, with comfort.
The .'students have to carry chairs from
one lecture room to another, bo hampered
are they for seats. As has been set forth,
the chief thing at New t York university is
the course for accountants. It was the
first university to pay particular attention
to this department., .
New York university, says Dean Johnson,
makes Its especial appeal to the young men
In the city who have Jobs tout who want
to better themselves. For that reason the
bulk of the work is done In tho evening.
While the school attracts men who are
colleges graduates in some cases, In the
main the students are of the city stores
or industries. The young men In Insurance
offices who want to help themselves along
come to the school and get the theoretical
and practical work in insurance. They are
taken around by an expert who teaches
them how to inspect buildings in order that
I hey may know what sort of risk each
building la. They learn the sort of thing
they will need In actual business.
The school does not demand anything
more than that the prospective atudent
should have had a proper high school edu
cation. Dean Johnson has In his care the
looking over of . the prospective students,
and ho depends chiefly upon his Judgment
for his decision.
Dean Johnson was telling the other day
of taking his daughtw to a large' college
to arrange for her entrance there. Accord
ing to his description It took four hours of
hard work and tracing about to consult
various persons before she could get In.
"Nothlpg of that sort here," he said. "If
a young, man comes In here it needn't take
him fifteen minutes to arrange all the de
tails. This Is a business school and we try
to do things In a businesslike way."
Usurrlenee of On Stadent.
The New York University school doesn't
want the "sort of person who comes to It
only because be believe he can get a jo
when he gets out through the agency of the
sohools. The department does that sort of
thing, but doesn't want jhe man who re
gards It as an employment agency. Dean
Johnson told about a nan, about 40 years
old. mho came to see hlra and told his
"He was a telegraph operator," he said,
"but wanted to get out of that Into some
thing better, go he tofk up the course
In accounting and got through with it.
"He got a Job and held It for about three
months. I met him In the street one day
and he told me he had been laid off on
account of lack uf work. I know what that
meant, because the poor workers are the
ones who always are laid off first.
"He got another place and lasted only a
few months there. But he was game. He
This Now Stylo Morris Chair
Is Exactly Like Illustration and IS POSITIVELY AN EXTRAORD
INARY VALUE IN A HIGH GRADE MORRIS CHAIR. It is a beau
tiful design, and is most comfortable. Can be adjusted to five differ
ent positions. It is richly upholstered in genuine fabricoid leather an
article which looks exactly like real leather, and wears even better, as
time and experience have proven. Never before was there such an ele
gant Morris Chair offered you for less than
$10.00. Our price during this great sale is
Sold for cash or on the above easy terms.
for this Massive
Terms 12.50 Cash, 12.60
It is a representative of the
highest type of stove, man
ufacture and is constructed
by expert workmen, and Is
a DOUBZ.S II1T11. It is
elegantly nickeled trimmed
in a htjgh grade of sliver
nickel, has all the latest
patent features and Is ex
I mm !.
TTTTCJ r T T n A XT T HriY T TO nti A TT e
I Ifl CONSTRUCTED OF SOLID OAK, fin-
-$m lsneu in a neauunu gulden. J lie oroad
arms are of quarter-sawed jink, orna
mented with massive hand carved lion's
heads. The posts and front panel are
elegantly carved. The upholstering is in
the finest fabricoid leather, and the seat
has oil-tempered steel springs, built on a
full sanitary construction. The entire
frame is elegantly hand olishcd and
rubbed. This chair represents SOLID
COMFORT. Remember the price is only
$5.75 and sold on the easy terms of 75
cents cash, 75 cents monthly.
One Price and
the Barns Prloe
to All Assures
You of Pair
Treatment a t
This High Grade Morris
Chair only $5.75.
Terms: 75c Cash; 75c
511 75 for this Magnificent
It Is exactl
1.00 CASK, 50 CEWTS WIIIIT.
like llluntrntlnn and Is constructed of
O We Absolutely Guarantee to Under Sell Any Other House in Omaha and Enable You to Save From 25 to 40 Q
'4.75 I?' vs sft
TISSHS I SO Cents Weekly.
Positively the best value ever
offered in a soft coal heater.
It is thoroughly guaranteed
and is made of selected cast
(tray iron. It Is handsomely
nickeled trimmed with a hlph
grade nickel. Will give tlie
very best of satisfaction and
For this Handsome
3-Picco Parlor Suite
Three rooms fur
nished com-J E O.50
Terms: $5.00 Cash,
Terms: $7.00 Cash, $5.00
solid oak, of a selected grain. Has a largn round top
ana a massive pedestal or ohsp, supported by
four legs of a handsome design. The entire table la
hand rubbed and polished to a piano luster. At thu
above low price It Is positively the greatest value
ever offered In a pedestal extension table.
EVERYTHING IS EXACTLY AS DE
SCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED. ALL
GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
EVERYTHING WE SELL IS GUARANTEED
TO GIVE THE BEST OF SERVICE. OUR
GOODS CAN BE RELIED UPON.
Extraordinary Values in Carpets & Room Rugs
We are going to open your eyes to the possibilities of
this great carpet floor, to show you how it is greatly to
your advantage to buy here. Read these Items:
Ingrain Carpets, strictly all wool, 75o values, yard 55
Tapestry Brussel Carpets, an unusually heavy and wear
resisting quality, worth 90c. per yard G9
Velvet Carpete, many new fall patterns, regular $1.25
values per yard , 82?
Art Reversible Rugs, can be used on both sides, worth
$6.00, sale price $3.98
Brussels Rugs, 9x6 size, good quality, special ....$(.85
Brussels Rugs, 8-310-6, large assortment, $15 values,
leach .,.,...!.....;.. S1050
Tiger Brand Brussels Rugs, 9x12 size, the greatest rug
value In the city, worth $18.50, sale price $12 50
It Is exactly like illustration. The frames are very heavy, and arc
finished in a high grade mahogany. It Is upholstered in silk velour in
the popular loose cushion effect. The suit consists, as will be seen, of
a large sofa, an arm chair and an easy rocker. At the above price
quoted It la positively the best value In a parlor suit offered anywhere.
Five rooms furnished
for i..OO -
Terms: $9.00 Cash,.;
IOr. .... V W '
Terms: $10.00 Cash. w
ID T- & FAKNAM STREETS. OMAHA
(The Peoples Furniture and Carpet Co
This hitch rrade
range, complete with
upper warming closet. Is an ex
ceptional value at the above
low price. It Is made of a
special gauge i.t guaranteed
steel, has a large is-inoh oven,,
and good-Bized fire pot, equip
ped with duplex grates. The
entire range la asbestos lined,
and with ordinary care should
last a lifetime. The handsome
nickel trimmings are of a high
came back to us and told me that his
brother, an Insurance man up in the state,
told him that If he'd study Insurance he'd
find a place for him.
"So he went to work and completed that
course. I haven't heard from him since,
but I believe he caught on well. He had
the patience and the pluck, even though he
"We get them all ages, but most of our
students are younger than that, of course,
We had one young man who came In here.
Me was working for an Insurance company.
"He took the night courses and studied
hard. After he had been out a while he
dropped in to aay he had been promoted
and was getting more salary. Borne
months later he came In to say that he
was secretary to the president of the com
pany, opened that man's letters, and
answered most of them himself. Just leav
ing them for the president's signature, was
Setting 3.5J0 a year and was going to
marry the prettiest girl In Brooklyn.
"Well, I told him 13.50U a yrar and the
prettiest girl in Brooklyn was a pretty fine
combination for a young man not 30 years
old, and he said it was and that what's
more he'd be president one of these days.
There's nothing to stop a young fellow like
Mechanics of Basluess. "
"What we have chiefly to do is to in
struct the young men in the actual me
chanics of the business We can't teach
them tact .f they haven't it born In them,
so, of course, we cannot guarantee them
success In life.
"The best that a department of tills sort
can do Is to give them a thorough ground
ing in what commercial law, principles of
railroad work, finance, political economy
and the writing of business English, Ger
man and Spanish they can get from our
teachers. Financial and commercial news
paper work, advertising all that sort of
thing we lecture about and teach as well
as they can be taught.
"It takes nerve to work in the school.
With a young fellow who Is working In
the daytime, it needs courage to give over
his nights to study. That's what he lias
to do from the end of September to the
beginning of June. He has to quit think
ing of going around with girls to dunces
and so on and he has to buckle down to
keep even with his classes.
"There are men who aren't missing any
chances and they don't want any one In
the class to hold them back. However, If
a fellow has the nerve to give up the social
side while he Is taking his two years In
the business school ha ought to amount to
Pean Johnson comes from the middle
west. He went to Harvard, and after
being graduated In 1678, started to work as
a reporter on the Chicago Tribune. He took
up financial work and was for time fi
nancial editor of the paper.
In l&S ha decided be would do some
thing else and went to the Wharton school
to teach newspaper work, which college
prospectuses call Journalism. When the
New York university school was opened be
came to New York and took charge of It.
He looks like a good man to slse up folks,
which his task calls for.
SPECIAL TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Served from 12 to 8 p. m. Sunday, November 8th $1.00 Per Plate
Bisque of Lobster, Oriental
Filed Fillet of Sole Orlv
Steamed Salmon, Sauce Ravlgotte
Tenderloin of Beef, Larded, with Mushrooms
CtomenquU of Sweetbreads, Piemontalse
Chicken Livers en Brochette, Hauce Colbert
Young Turkey, Cranberry Hauce
Loin of Veal with Dressing
Glace a la Vanilla
By using the various departments of The
Be Want Ad pages ou get the beat results
into the homtrs of the best people.
Order work a specialty. Lessons Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday. Place your orders for the holidays. Firing
daily. Leather craft. Sains, leather aud designs.
Mrs. Chas. C. H ungate sm Branded BUg.
Telephone Red 54 86
CAME BACK MUCH ALIVE
(opposed Dead Man Sarnrlaes ills
Meters and Klasbes a. I
Theodore Beckford of Alton, ill., is back
from the Klondike with Jl.uXi.OoO in gold.
After a silence of t.-n years had led his
relatives to believe that he v. ah dead, he
suddenly reappeared in Alton and an
nounced that he was a wealthy man.
Three sisters, who made repeated efforts
to get tidings of him. were overjoyed at
his return. They are Mrs. Ida Uottentru
and Mrs. Annie Thomas uf Alton, and Mrs.
M. Lang of 10 Bcanlan place St. Louis.
As soon as he arrived word was sent
to all the relatives and in a short time
there was a Joyful reunion at the home of
To a reporter Beckford suid he had dug
H.OOO.wOO out of the mines. If not more.
"I went up In he said. "For seven
years I was on the Canadian side, in Daw
son, running a pack team, hauling gold
back and forth. May 22, 19ml, I started a
grocery store. Six weeks later I waa
burned out. Dead broke, I took up my
pick and shovel and started digtriug on
Vault creek, in the Fairbanks district, on
the American side.
"On September 12 I found nuggets. With
the help uf my partners, L. Stone, a
Frenchman, end 'Kd' Youghan, an Amer
ican, I sunk a shaft 180 feet and struck a
vein of the richest gold ore In the district.
My share of the mine's output In three
years has been U.iO,000.
' "It took us a month to get down by
steamer from Fairbanks. Our ship was Ice
bound for seven days and nights in the
Behrlng sea. A hole thirty-seven feet long
was punched into the side uf our steamer
and we were dashed up against a big
sand hank at Nome. Ice l'O feet high
loomed up before our boat and every one
of the 5uu men, women and children on
board spent the time praying.
"A lucky shift of the vlnd blew us off
the sandbar Into the open sea, clear of the
Ice and we passed safely on."
Beckford says he did not write- to his
sinters because he was so interested la
gold that he forgot everything until after
he had "dug himself wealthy," when he
would return and visit them. Ha brought
home a Wrga quantity of nuggets. He will
return In February. 6L Louis RepubUo.
Quick Returns Through tie Want Ada,
.' j .
Cold said Grippe tablets supply a long-felt want in this community, as the
phomptly cure Colds and La Grippe. ,
The frequent change in the temperature of our climate is the main cautte
of so much Cold and Grippe and while the A. D. S. cannot regulate the cli
mate, they do furnish a household reiiedy for every' trouble unless Its nature
is such that a physician or surgeon is. needed.
The medicinal value of all A. D. S- remedies is unquestioned, even by the
medical profession, and the following well known druggists will be glad to
supply you with any of them and guarantee results:-
Bell Drug Co , 1216 Farnam St.
U. A. Beranek, 1402 South Ititli 8t.
Emll Cerniak, 1262 South 13th St.
Crissey Pharmacy, 24th and Cake. Sts.
K. H. Khlers, 28U2 Leavenworth St.
Foster & Arnoldl, 213 North 25th St.
J. J. Freytag, 1914 North 24th St.
Oreen's .Pharmacy, Park Ave. and Pacific.
Haines Drug Co., 16th and Farnam Sts.
Hanscom Park Pharmacy, 1601 So. 29th.
Howell Drug Co., 207-20 N. 18th Sts.
W. C. Has'den, 2920 Farnam St.
Her Grand Pharmacy, Cor. 16th tt Howard.
Johanson Drug Co., 24th and Spalding.
H. S. King. 24th ftnd Farnam Sts.
O. K. Lathrop, 1324 North 24th St.
J. H. Merchant. Cor. 16th and Howard.
1 E. Peyton, J401 Leavenworth St
Prlbbenow & Co.. 1627 Vinton St.
Saratoga Drug Co.. 24th and Ames Ave.
J. 11. Schmidt, 24th and Cuming Sts.
Schaerer & Son, 2631 North 16th St.
Schuefer's Cut Price Drug Store, 16th and
Schui fcr's Cut Price. Drug Store, 16th and
Walnut Hill Pharmacy, 40th and Oumlmt
O. H. Wirth, 40th and Hamilton St
Beaaon. Wea. .
Spragua's Benson Pharmacy.
South Omaha, Web.
J. L. Kubat. 110 North 24th St
Schaefer's Cut Price Drug Stores, 1402 H
St.; 24lh and N Sta.
Council Bluffs, lows.
.Ino. W. Camp. 605 W. Broadway.
Dell O. Morxan. 143 West Broadway.
Schaefer's Cut Price Drug Store, 6th Ave,
and Main St
And 8,000 other druggists In every Tllliage and eity all over the United States
selling this wonderful preparation today. ,
THE STYLE, THE FIT THE MATERIALS are
the three important points to bo considered by women,
when selecting her Fall Suit, (Jown or Coat.
Nothing but the best and most correct models sold here at
All wool suits for women and young girls, elegantly
lined, well tailoredsmart looking, exclusive $" r tf
materials, at ,...),))
Alterations are personally supervised. No apprentices in work
room. We do not experiment we alter the garment correct without
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