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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMCKU 10. 1909.
CREICHTON HAS BIG ROLL
Uairertity Ogeni with Total Enroll
nent of Nearly 800.
of Wrong Man
24th and L Sts., South Omaha,
ell IFyrcuDHy ire 2
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y P 7
Juit rcelved, carload of Iron Beds,
one-fourth below Omaha prices.
Two-Inch post chills Din HO
(like cut) OIU.UU
$5.00 Sanitary Spring
t' " ' "in I' 11 Ulli L" T l-T"' II?
60-pound Cotton Felt rtf fen
9x11 Brussels Rug SS.75
9x12 Velvet Run $14.30
I 9x12 Axmlnster Rug. ...$17.30
9x12 Wilton Rug
Omaha Price .44.00
Write lor Catalogue of Carpets and Rn sent free.
rOTJE, NEW MEMBEES 01 rACTJLTT
All the College Mania l p th Hal
eralty aew . laereaeed At
tdrt an Open with
Findi it Necessary to Call for Help
When B. H. Post Gets
r . jpi ji --- k.IZ I-
it "'m?" F 1
Rough la the way of reform. Or at least
tha path of some reformers la hedged about
with prlckty thorns and there are many
Increased attendance Is shown In all do bump In tha road.
partmenta of Creighton university and the Benson was treated to tha spectacle Wed
afflllated colleges of law, medicine, phsr- nesday night of Elmer E. Thomaa getting
macy and dentistry, white about tha gllla and calling loudly
Ths first day's enrollment totals 700 In for tha protection of tha law. The law,
tha university and colleges, while mors as personified by Constable James Maney,
than 100 mora students are expected to na.l precipitately beaten it a few minutes
snroll during the next few weeks. These ,riier and Thomaa waa bereft. However.
stodents come from nearly every western n4 cm t0 no untmely d.
state ana msny eastern states are repre- The myor nd clty councii 0f Benson
aented on the class roll.
were engaged In hearing protests over ths
Tha attendance at the university Is w ,,, of nioon Ucfnat to Chrls Lyck
and Thomas appeared In behalf of tha fro
Bernard H. Post was one of the petition
signers who took tha stand. Now Mr.
Post owns too or so acres In ths vicinity
of Benson snd. In local politics, la tha big
1 nolsa thereabouts. Henca something of ths
nigh Gra.de Hrge like cut 4 hole ........ $22.50
6 Hole v. $24.50
This Range Sold on Payments
BRIEF CITY NEWS
I 1909 SEPTEMBER 1909
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Xava moot mat XK
oaUta Oaf now open.
Uah art, yhotog-raphcr, 18th Sk Farnam.
Bsya, photo, removed to lth Howard.
Xq.altabla Ua Pollctea sight drafts at
maturity. H. V. Neely, manager. Omaha
Oolaf to Start Barbae Shop Evidently
preparing to atart a barber shop, a thief
stole nine rasors, three pairs of clippers
and a whetstone from L. Bank's trunk at
1014 North Sixteenth street The police
ara trying to recover Bank's hair trimming
Guild to Kest Blver Men J. M. Guild
left for Chicago Thursday evening to
meet other Missouri river commissioners
and to discuss rule tl with ths special
committee of tha National Industrial Traf
flo league. Rule 17 Is thst one which has
to do with the marking of packages for
Plasterers' Vloalo gatarday Plasterers'
union. No. 4 of Omaha hs arranged i
hold Its annual plonlo Saturday. This was
plsnneV far Labor day, but was postponed
because of the Inclement weather. It will
be held at Nielsen's park, Forty-ninth
and Leavenworth streets. Dancing will be
one of the forms, of amusement.
Thirty Cfclokea and Employe done
The Country club Is minus one of Its
employes. Its Ice box Is short thirty spring
ohiikens. Secretary Fred Thompson and
the police believe that the discharge of
the employs led to the disappearance of
the chickens. At any rate, the sleuths are
trying to locate the discharged employe.
O. BW Bamett a Trie Man O. R. Bar-m-tt,
who waa recently arrested In Omaha
as ari alleged fugitive from Justice from
California on the charge of having In his
possession and pasalng a raised govern
ment ' treasury note, hss been released
from arreet-and Is now a fres man, ths
evidence being Insufficient to hold him.
Hundred BoUars for riremon A check
for 1100 has been sent to the Firemen's
relief fund by the Omaha Printing com
pany. Chief Charles A. Palter, through
whose hands the money was contributed.
received a letter In whtun the excellent
work of his department In fighting tha big
fire at the printing company's plant ths
latter part of July Is highly commended.
Boats Too Bad for Ante Trip Tha pro
posed automobile trip of the Knights of
Ak-Sar-Ben to Lincoln for Thursday was
abandoned because of bad roads. Some
of the members were not to be denied the
right to visit tha state fair and went by
train. It had been planned to have a
long string of automobiles carry the
knights from Omaha to Lincoln, but ths
roads are almost Impassable.
rants Poeket Boos Bank "Tour trous
ers"' pocket makes a poor'. bank," says
Henry Rand, 2116 Calfornta street. He
knows, too. Fot while Rand was sleeping
Wednesday night, a man crawled through
a window Into his room, took his trousers,
from the post at ths head of the bed, went
Into the yard with them and took $68 from
a pocket. The police are trying to find
the "pants burglar" and the money. .
Big Jeff Will Jolly the Ad M.n A. W.
Jefferis will tell the ad men this even
Ing what good fellows the ad men ' are
land how well they did at Louisville,
whereat the ad men will doubtless cheer
the speaker of the evening in hearty fash
ion. Mr. Jefferis will speak as a represen
tative of the Commercial club. All mem
bers of the Commercial club have been In
vited to ths dinner, says the committee In
charge, whether or not they received
Blshthsrla Xouss Closed Health Com
mlssioner Connell has cjuarsntlned and
closed a rooming house at 1916 Cumtng
street for diphtheria. Thre cases havs
been reported from the place within the
last few weeks snd, upon Inspection, offi
cers found the lodging house to be In a
filthy condition. In some of the rooms
there were as many as four carpets nailed
down over the others without any pretense
heintf mad. to clean tha rooms. Before
the houne wss closed the health commis
sioner axsmined all the lodgers and or
dered those who are well to leave at once,
Vlonasrs Bold Meeting The Douglas
County Association of Nebraska Pioneers
at Its regular meeting at the public li
brary listened to a paper by Mrs. John 8,
Brlggs upon the pioneer days of Douglas
county, which waa laid over from the last
monthly meeting. A. N. Tost, chairman
of ths committee on the pioneer meeting
at Florence two weeks ago, submitted his
report showing that ths meeting was a
bla succesa. He also reported upon the
recent meeting of tha State Pioneer asso
elation at Lincoln. Ha said the meeting
Mas ons of ths most Interesting and largely
attended In tha history of the state so
ELLEVUE FACES GOOD YEAR
College Opens Tuesday with Strength
a A SENSE Or CONl-iLiUkNic
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o hi -youruVsaler is worm a Kreat aeai to a ouui. ..v
'"fldence because we always do as we represent.
1 FOR FRIDAY.
Pot Roast, per lb 8 I No. 1 Klour. per sack 81.45
Pork Chops, per lb 12s I New Peas, per dos. cans. .$1.10
New Corn, per doiun cans 00
The Home of Quality.
SO. This does not Include ths senior class
of eighteen, which will not enroll until
Monday and many other prospective
students who have signified their Intention
of taking ths university course.
In the Creighton college of Isw the pres
ent attendance Is about seventy-five, two-
fhlFria nf thiM. student. h.ln la the A.v
classes, ths remainder In ths new nlgbt lvlntty which doth hedge about royalty
law school. The htght classes wers begun oroinarny periains to mm ana ne w so
Monday, the college following ths lead of treated,
many older institutions In Inaugurating! "Have you the deeds to this land with
this night work for the accommodation I youT" Inquired Thomas,
of students emDloved durlns- the dav. The "Why, everybody knows I own this
course Is ths same ss the day and ths In- land," replied Post somewhat astonished
structors the same. The law college Is the I "I challenge ths testimony of this wit'
only Creighton Institution to give night In- I ness," said Thomaa.
struction. 1 Whereupon Mr. Post declared that
Blgr Roll la Medicine. Thomss had Impugned his veracity or
In ths Creighton College of Medicine 196 words to that effect, and brandishing his
students enrolled the first day, ths expect- fists under Thomas' chin, offered to beat
flon being thst this number win De him to a pulp.
swelled to at least 220 within a short time. "Order! Order!" cried Msyor Trscy, who
Seventy-four students hsvs enrolled in wore out a gavel with lusty pounding.
ths Creighton College of Pharmacy, with Thomas had grown visibly pale and cried
promises of 100 before the close of the first for "the protection of tha law." But the
semester. I law as narrated had discreetly fled.
In the Creighton College of Dentistry the Things subsided without overt hostilities,
first enrollment Is sixty-five, with every but Thomaa la planning to take a body
assuranoe of many more within a short guard with him when the hearing Is re-
rime, sumed this evening.
Four additions hsvs been made to ths
faculty of the university and the affil
iated colleges, though In the msln the
teaching foroe Is the same as last year.
Father Sullivan, formerly connected with
the University of St. Louis, Is with Creigh
ton this year and will lecture on legal
ethics In ths College of Law and on medi
cal Jurisprudence In the College of Medi
elne. Prof.' Hlckey, from SL Louis, will
teach higher mathematics In the univer
sity and chemistry In the Colleges of Medi
cine and Pharmacy. Prof. Kemper of Cln
clnnatl will have oharge of the work of I The village of Dundee has $1,0? more
the senior class In the high school unlver- than It thought It had and now there la a
slty preparatory department Prof. Pernln dispute between the county treasurer and
of Chicago will give instruction In ths tne town as to wnat win De done wun it,
aonhomore class Of the university. Residents of Dundee are required to pay
tuiiion tor tne pupus tney sena 10 mo
ft fi a H a lr 1 0)1 af.hw.1 T ira.r tYim 11
Uaar fnrfV IXiolfpC was collected In taxes to pay that debt,
a-fw "1"''J The parents of ths students paid the
y rf i I tuition at (47 per capita and now the
OOCCtatOr 1 llirSty 0mah H1h school has no claim against
I the Dundee fund.
Dundee trustees asked County Treasurer
17 . A ....... !. mahau Im.a V. . ...am!
Tantalifea Him, Till He it Driven to fund t0 pply on th1 other epenBe. 0f the
3 oho o 1
Dundee is Long
on Town Funds
Has Over Thousand Dollars More to
Its Credit Than it Fig
DB. JENXS TO MAKE ADDBESS
TWVtfTV.FOLRTH AN1 FARNAM STREKTS.
rboi.es: Bell, Douglas 1311; Independent, A-23U.
Speaks to Stndents and Facaltr at
Opealagr Deaa C aider Accepts
Departnwst of rklloseakr
a ad.. Rdaeatloa.
With prospects for a Successful year In
all Its departments, Bellevue college will
begin the school of IMS next Tuesday
The formal Inauguration of the opening
will take place at 10 o'clock In the chapel,
the students and members of ths faculty
gathering there to hear an address by
Rev. Edwin H. Jenks, D. D., of Omaha.
Sines the close of the last school year
In June, many Improvements have been
made on the campus. The new hospital
room is open and will be ready for use by
men of Hamilton hall. The grass and trees
on the grounds hsvs been trimmed. All
the buildings hsve been brightened by the
hand of tha painter and decorator.
Tha . faculty Is marked by sev
eral changes. Dr. Phelps, pastor of the
village ohUrch, will continue to lecture
upon the English Bible and ethics. Dr.
Hoyt rerpalns at ths head of the English
department and will be assisted by Miss
McLaln, who returns this year from a trip
abroad. Prof. Carl Lyman Willis, M. A ,
(Chicago), takes the chair of Latin. Prof
Calder will teach the college Greek and
will be aaslsted in this department by Miss
Essie M. Hoag, who will also teach sten
ography and typewriting. Dr. Taylor, who
has for several years, been at the head
of the nstural science department, with ar
assistant, now confines himself to biology
and astronomy. The chair of physics and
chemistry being given to Prof. Fred H
A notable change Is the acceptance of
tha department of philosophy and eduoa
tlon by Dean Calder. This places the Nor
mal school under a new director. Dean
Luella Carter continues at the head of ths
department of modern languages, prof. Os
car Shmledel. mathematics; Prof. William
E. Leopold, economics, history and so
clology. The conservatory ofThusio con'
tlnues under the directorship of Prof.
Jones, who haa been so long Identified
with ths college and associated with him
will be Miss Fawcett, Mlsa Allen, Mrs,
Jones and Mrs. Currens snd Mrs. Mathswa,
Mrs. A. L. Dowden and Mrs. William E
Leonard will also teach. A course of In
struction lnrdomeetlo economy under Mrs,
C. J. Ellas, haa been arranged.
In the line of athletics the students ars
looking for a championship year and
under Coach Currens the foot ball candi
dates will start the practice season next
we k with what la expected to be a banner
Nearly all the veterans of last season
will be on hand tor work and many new
men will report In addition to the latter
players. Bcllewe hopes to take the starch
out of the IXisi.es this year and Is mak
ing that game its one big aim.
An attractive schedule has been arranged.
A few Iowa schools are on the book this
season and will be ae.n In Omaha In some
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Our product and reputation are the
best advertisement we can offer.
A. L Beat, laa. lllO-lllS How4 $m Omki
Verge of Anti-Eight O'clock
village, but he declared he could not, as
It had been voted for paying tuition and
not ' for something else. Deputy Count
Attorney Magney waa consulted and gave
It aa his opinion that as soon as ths tress
He was a rough and. tumble looking chap. . ,. .tifld .n the claim, of the
Also he was very evidently dry. Standing h, choo, h, been pa,a tne money coul(J
on a oowjiwni rnKr -l I be turned Into ,the general fund
beer sign. " J " t
"Boosem's, Best, rew."vl the red letters I aiTimanV Will
ashed out In glaring ruby-tinted suoees-j J
slon. The Illumination winked again and
then a cascade of -creamy foam In rip
plea and bubblea of light poured down over
a stein, perched high over the building's
"Ain't right," murmured ths stranger.
"See that bar, closed by the Iron hand of
the state of Nebraska. Then this same
land of alleged freedom allows such a
tantallser as that to blason forth m the
sky. Who wants an Illuminated, picture of
a glass of beer. Tou can t drink it."
At Least Senator Grady, One of the
New York Tigers,
With a Rush
Men are alive to the possibilities
of early selection in headwear at
We've been the largest hatters
In Omaha for so many years,
studying carefully the wants of
every customer, that we Intuitively
know exactly what styles, shapes
and colors will meet your exact
The world's greatest hat butld
ers contribute to our Immense list
John B. Stetsons. T )
(3. 60 to Jl-i
Crofut St Knspp
Knapp Felt de Luxe, Q
Moreau & Co. (Paris), T f
"Nebraska Special", J 50
"Tha House) of High Merit"
.4 w 1 fn t.
THOUSANDS of our
aJ'l frrsduAtet (establlsh-ifc-te
IRKS) are filllncr highest
'tM position oi trust and
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prUIH. 115 IUI VUUIH
mennnd women in the
way of truo success la life. Ours U a
thoroughly eaulpped, working school
with a school atmosphere and advan
tages second to no other. Practical,
thorough. All courses. 000 students.
No saloons. Write for prospectus.
ilMOOI.N) USISJttS OOLlteS
ss nns ih s- u.i, .
YOUR selection of a
school for your boy
is an important step. Go
-Racine College is "The right
achool for your boy." Ask for
particulars. You'll be interested
in what we will say about your
St. Andrew's School (or Boys
Cor. 41st and Charles St.
Fall Term Begins September 14
For partlculara, apply Rev. r. D. Tyner,
I'M 8 Charles Street.
References: Rt. Rev. Artthus L. Williams,
S. T. D, Bishop of Nsbraska; Richard S.
Hall, Esq., Chancellor ef the Diocese of
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str.Bg (scultf wis pr.nnt
hMl boaiiions, lo.ftl loc.uos.
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GIADUATES h;i 6 StfMt. Uncoln. U.S.
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ust t ub born ott of tUmm4r.ni.
I CAN CURE YOU
Mr spwi.lt Is volo. and ipMch 4rfret .Kiel
Mh.rs Itti lo rare. Mr fn.ihoil I. th. mo iiw
nut til In th. world. Ko l.llur. In U fmrf pra.-
Uc Writ, .t one. (or psrtlcul.r..
J. B. Vt.ghn, Pra.., mititui. lor summ.rm,
410-4M Hants Blk., Oauh-, N.b.
HENKY KAIZ DIES OF HURT
Skall Is Crashed
Henry Kats, Kie iatorer whose skull
was vcruahed Wednesday afternoon while
he waa at work on the new Sacred Heart
convent, died from his Injuries at Thlrty
slsth and Burt streets.
Kats Is survived by a brother, Samuel
Kats, of 1807 Lake street. The funeral will
probably be held Friday, with interment
If you have anything to sell or trsde
and want quick action, advertise It In The
Be Want Ad columna.
ri.T.,,zinz.i vrsDiv n
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Br. nob.., BookkMPins.
tiiH.b, OM1 .rrli-r TH
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8okol U. P. R T.lrph
n. m.t work f,ir
OMSfia. NEBRASKA rV7h.iT H M.f4
School snd College Inlcrmatloa
Bureaa ef (be Omaha Eee -
All Information absolutely free
and Impartial Catalogue of any
particular aohool enesrfuliy fur
bis had upon request.
State Senator Thomas F. Grady of New
York, who Is known as the "Silver Tongued
By this time the protest of the dry one Orotor of Tammany," and who la In Omaha
had risen from a murmur to what threat- pushing his campaign for grand vice
ened a burst of street corner oratory. A president of ths Eagles, looks for a Tam
llttls crowd had gathered. Looking about, many victory In the mayoralty campulgn
the monologlst took his cue. Hn New York this fall. He declarca Mavor
Fellow cltlsens," he began, "I Insist MoClcllsn Is certain of defeat-
that either that sign come down or that i. imt,0,sill tn v wh th. .nrti.
the I o'clock closing law be repealed
ask you '"
Just at this juncture a policeman came
Do not be persuaded into taking any
thing but Foley's Honey and Tsr for
chroQlo cough, bronchitis. hay fever.
asthi and lung trouble, as it stops the
cough and heals th lungs. Bold by all
The Para Knod aad Drag Law
has not only brought the foods and driiKO
of thU) country up to a high standard of
purity, but it has eliminated the harmful
medicines with which this country was
Such medicines, however, aa I.ydla E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, purely a
roots and herbs product, will continue Ita
beneficial work among women.
Bee Want Ads coal Utile; work wondera
dates for mayor will be," aald Senator
Grady, "but you can bet that McClellan
will not win If he happens to be on.
His stunt with Police Commissioner Bing
ham has put him wrong with New York.
"I look for a big Tammany victory this
fall. Conditions ars shaping themselves
P-0L ' r so thst the Hall will get In right again.
Cilb 11 111 V llC "But I am afraid I am talking too much
politics, so I'll have to cut it out. The
order of Eagles doea not allow Us officers
Carload of Fine Animals Destroyed 10 ulk pqhcs at such a timers this."
on Missouri Pacifio Train Be- ANOTHER DAIRYMAN SIIFC FOR
fore Aid Comes. PFAfiF WITH HFAI TH OFFIPFR
. .r-iww. ...... WI I .Wkl,
Fred Gltter Drop Salt Against Dr.
Connell aad Promises to
Fred Gltter, the Florence dairyman who
preferred charges against Dr. Ralph W.
Connell, city commissioner of health, and
caused ths arrest of Inspectors Scully and
Daemon for confiscating sixteen gallons
of his milk, has agreed to drop his suits
If the health commissioner will give him
llcens permitting him to sell milk in
Th health commissioner has no objec
tion to the cancellation of th actions
agalnat himself snd his Inspectors, but an
n our res that a llcens will not be Issued
to Gltter until th latter brings his dairy
up to grade. This the Florence dairyman
has promised to do and on his promise Dr.
Connell 'has granted a temporary permit
good for two days, during which time he
may dispose of his product. At th end of
the two days a license will Issue It the In
spectors find oondltlonat th dairy satis
factory. I Neuman, ths other Florence dairyman
Who suffered th loss of milk confiscated
by ths officers because of contamination,
has sent all his condemned cows to ths
South Omaha packing houses to bs killed
under government supervision. A license
allowing him to sell milk In Omaha will
now b Issued.
Dr. Connell hss sent personal Invitations
by mall to svery dairyman In or about
Omaha asking him to meet him In th city
hall council ehamber tonight for a
conference as to the best methods of get
ting pure milk. In his Invitations th
health commissioner said he had hoped
the Dairymen's association would Invite
him to address the members, but sine It
had not b decided to Invite them to com
A Carload shipment of twenty valuable
horses bought In Omaha yesterday by
Thomas R. Sturgese of Kansaa City, Kan.,
was burned at B;M o'clook Thursday
Th car containing the' animals was
standing on the Belt line track on De
catur street, between Forty-second and
Forty-third streets. Fir Chief Salter
thinks sparks from a' passing locomotive
started th blase. Although th flames
and the pitiful cries of the frightened
horses were enough to attract persons to
th scene, not a horse was saved.
The roof and sides of the car, belonging
to th Missouri Pacific, were burned.
Th fir department responded to the
alarm when It was turned In, and pre
vented tb spread of th bias. Th loss
Is estimated at M.600.
WOES OF WAITING OfiJPHONES
Girl Wko stays U Has Postage at
Drag Store Mvaoaoll.es
tb. Llae. ,
A half dosen parsons were waiting on the
telephone at the .ornr drug stor. A
blithe little high school Miss waa having
Just a perfectly lovely time with th wire.
"Yes, that's me. Annie. Ouess central
cdt us off.
"Did you hear about Jack. No?
"Well, he dld-wasn't It killing?
"Never had such a time.
"Yep valenclennea lace, awful dainty.
Ko. not like Mable's. I wouldn't be seen
with such a thing. v
"Yea, they phoned thla morning, he's got
his first tooth, awful cunning."
8. D. Thompson of Orchard Is registered
at the Rome.
J. W. Harvey of Valentine, J. A. Oldham
of Wsrdn.r, D. Davidson of rlprtngf leld
and i. L Campbell ef Clay Center are
guests at the Iler Grand.
E. Grass of Beemer. E. fl. Neekeman of
Gretna. K. E. Good of Peru. F. i Wolff
of McCook, A. G-rdela of lieemer and F.
Landman of Ueiuer are stopping at th
A Break for Lleerty
from stomach, liver snd kidney trouble Is
made when a Zbc bos of Dr. King's New
Life Pills Is bought. Sold by Beatot Drug
E. M. Slater. VM South Thirty-fourth
street, frame dwelling. 12,400; John Lt Cor
rea. Thirty-first and Martha streets, frame
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NEBRASKA MILITARY ACADEMY
X bosrdttig school for boys rleslrlnf educational work trom sixth to
twelfth grades Inclusive.
New Illustrated catalogue telling the whole story of military school
life sent free for the asking.
Number of cadets limited to 100.
Enrollment now tn progress
For Information address
B. D. HAY WARD, Bueprintendeat.
'Phones: Bell, 1722, Auto, 3360. 1 Lincoln, Nebraska.
Sm- - jg.
For Yountf Women
High standard, attraetlv earroundlnds, hippy horns life.
College preparatory, aosaemio and oollaglat courses.
Certificate admits to Vassar,
Wellesley, Smith, Mount Holyoke,
University of Chicago, University
of Nebraska, etc.
Full equipment for instruction in
domestic science and domestic art
Native French and German
Exceptional advantages In musld
-Tha Dishop of Nebraska.
DXTH D. kUinil-, m. A mnolpaX ihraldat Board of Trust.
A plac wher manly boys ar mad Into manly men. Horn Ufa combined
With seml-mllltary discipline. Prepares to- all colleges snd for business life.
Location healthful and building fir. proof. All athletics, snd all carefully supervised.
Writ for iuastrata sataio.
HARRY N. RUSSELL, Head Muter,
OTPT T WTT1" flrtTTlTIIS With a beautiful campus and elevating sur.
BiJ-1.jV UJU.UUl.lxr.UX4 r()udlngs. a large and able faculty, clean and
successful athletics, offers st a low sspens th following courses;
VOIlBQBiegrees in tjjaasicai, aoi.niiiie ana c-niiu.upuic.i voursea.
AOADEbUO l'respratlon for any College or University.
-l.mntary and advanol courses. State eertlflcates
COBTSIBTATOBT Theory of music, piano, v.le. violin, alooutloB and art.
Mud.ra dormllorl.s for ootn m.n situ women.
Address FBX. B. W. STOOKBT, BBtlBTTJ. Itl,
NEBRASKA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
COX,x,BOa OF uaEBA& AITS Graduates of accredited schools ar admit
ted to thla department without examination. L&4a to A. B. d.gre, with hist
grade Instruction, reaaonabl. .xpeas., in a community and school whose nor
mal, social and ltt.rary opportunities and surroundings ar. th best.
Information regarding this department, or Th T.aaa.nf Ooll.g, Tb
Acad. my, Th Bohool of Art, Tb School of Oomsaroe, Th Behl of Xspres
slon and Oratory, Tb Ona.rvatory ef Muale or any other departmnt "111 l.
furnlnh-d upon unnllcatton to T.e B.ststrar, D.pt. V. Valvsrslty Flaoo, Web.
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