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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1010.
BRIEF CITY NEUS SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK
IUtj JLoot Trint It.
Take rem priatlneT in. Til
Thomas W. aieekka-ra for congress.
Xlettrlo ran. anrfeae-aranAeea Co.
rest Bry Clean ins; of garmenta. Twin
City Ly works, 407 South Fifteenth.
Horn Owaeraliip U the hop of .v.ry
tunlly. Nebraska Bavins;, uid Loan aaao
elation ahow you tba war. 101 Board of
Trad. BIda, th and Fernam, Omaha.
la tba XMvovoe Ooum I -rank C. Voor
Vee hat fllad suit for dlvorc from Lola
Voorhlee. Mra. Voorhlea la an eotrea.
l V) . tt. .. k. Anil m
Features of the Annual Catalog of
the Nebraska Univenity.
tn Swedish, O. Herbert Coona to ba adjunct
professor of agricultural botany, and
Superintendent George Crocker of the Paw
nee city public achoola to be Instructor in
the aohool of agriculture.
ITNIVKItSITY aciIOOli Of MCSIC.
ITEMS OP STATE-WIDE INTHtEST Llacela Ia.tltatloa Keep. Pace with
Progress of irekeaaata.
There waa a time when. Ilk th Moham-
Pvearrae of th TJasTeraltr aeaeot ol medane, th w.stern.rs looked toward the
east aa th "meoca of learning." It waa
but natural with a reoenMy developed coun
try that the advantage, for higher educa
tion were limited. Adranoed achooli and
- I college, are established only when rudl
. , 0( mentary settlement la completed. It was
Th expenses of th Board of Regent, or ' ,,., nt th west
last year ";- "-": "-- ....
Maalo A Prayer for Teaeaere
Heatless Sehool Kooma
schools and universities of their own, and
Must Get JT.w eUe-Boller Inspector th. .tat. n'vtty for that .tuoenti mnighi th. coll.,es of the
Wolf, ha notified th Board of County - r.'-ii east to oomol.t their ducatlon. With the
Commissioner that the third boiler at th Pns. . TZi "c,f the kPl t-ogress of their development It waa
sount, hospital must t replaced by a trip, to th. rthw..t.rn frtlor of th ,n9Vlubl, that th, w,.UrB, would but,d
osw one. The other two boiler, ar new.
Gas Vj to Stamdard -Th monthly r-
. port of th caa office shows' th gas com- I v . hm work,
pany furnished ... of SL eandl pow.r. a ftnU.. oourM of lectures at '"rnAnf
tlone of th law,
stat for th purpos of locating th agrl
cultural np.nmmi.1 .....wil.h mm.r.rt favor-
?TOrvC0),1Vf0r,Vh. work t" the older eastern Institution, of
ho. to better equip himself for rk! LarnJn.;. Thl- hM pr0VM th case with
th. regulation strength and ,u Tme."?.', AgrcJuurU sch follow- Jh. University School of Music at Lincoln,
h to satisfy the ether ouellflca- . . ki.'I
,: mi m. oinuii o. mnwi n. - m.,n. i. IIS) ,.n th. mM.nm f tti
ateweile. aUfie av-Tw.nty mem- BUrln- th. ta.t yeaP t0 th. and -"I" ""M" " '. "V .Tm
Bers of th Hawaiian tin team passea ... board which looks after IU "w "V""r -
Through Omaha Baturday on th. Union Pa- J i. Coupland wa. retaining it. affiliation with the unlv.reUy.
.Iflo. Th team . on It. way to Camp "i . hhourht of an Tnendm.nt "r e'Kriia.'oir
Perry. O.. to th. national .hoot, where It ,0 th, ,uu eoniUtu"lon of N.bra.ka pro- " largest mo thoraly or-
' tvNtt to take f.w of th. honor vldln, for a .aIy for regent., but h. w'n',edT"d JLVT. Ahi ' i!
nu.. m w.tvii.4n. W. . w ' .u . WMt Th ur r varied and to
t,;;,; n, BrT;7h mor:r.:! r" -ti ""r:::": "n'hm cour.- .broad r.
an- ..nlnV at "th VT.t' Methodist n. "Th." of hTn. 7 memb.r -J? r.uTnTt
.h...A .Th. mmittu h.. hmti fllllna . w . . . .v,. .. "on. Th. equipment I. unsurpassed. Th
----- - I VI Wlfl uuiru WHICH lUUIII fJ.ai.VI I s a . . a
th. pulpit with, out-of-town f,,e"r1:,','J .tat. university Is enough without a mM of KmIm irinl ninM eold to
urln, th.T.catlon of K.v. F. U Lov.-S w,r. m ,alarprovlaed m. may de.ir. to"lJ.f 'jSJtl it not hi.
- I v v. . k.. "y mo school at on tlm. It now ha
. . 4 "T. , 7 T Ik. -T- ly-fur piano, and .tudlo., tog.th.r with
T.1? "".J- d.-I ? " fr. 'V .f th' WOrk: " l'thA.!T!! two two-manual Pipe organ Th oroh..tra
nxiuno, . iionunu rwiuiuj wtiere mere IS no pay. u is raj I i- . ,-
last night n.arthd flv. case, of b.r that salary I. no inducement to hlgh-da KnftoU, "y-v. piece, and support. It
.... n i sh. i. h.M for th. r,. . .v,. M.-l Forty arUst Instructor, make up a faculty
tn. cha. of " r'r'....".' : " "at ...Ure. .tudet. th. nMt thorough
k..plng a dl.ord.rly hou.e. be,,,, fc r,M of lectura at the summer f!!P!i"" n.d Jf!f.UL Inf
OmaJui Zxid KArk 0m Th high MMion of th Unlvnlty of NbrMka bt- . wnSA ...u. ..kI
intod .r of th. old High .chool tund- Ln,. onday Xufu.t t r. W.n.hlp , , . Jr2tauKtL2,:
arlll Kaa aaaH mnra f tl thlB WAD It. I nit. tT tKa mn.l ott1 irnainan MiinaVtnri I "
.... - ---- - -- - 71.: . " I. """" musical educaUon should writ, for the
a. Iv uas oven guw-i. wwa uuuor u uu suice ngrwn saann.
of tb. workmen. The new addition to th. Superintendent A. V. Teed of Dixon
newer part of the building 1. now com- county visited the university summer es
Dieted and classes will be held there tn slon Wedneeday and gave an exceptional
September. ' practical addres. to tfte olas. In arithmetic
Too Change. eH. Q. Bock, how In on th. "Essentials In th Teaohlng of
th oity ticket office of th Denver A Rio Arithmetic." Superintendent Teed I. one
Grande railroad, will Mart In with th. New of th. most successful county auperlntend
Tork Central lino, tn th freight depart- ent. tn th. .tat.
mnt th first of August. Th. New Tork Th. Steckelberg Concert company, under
r.tMi win h.um aim. n.w nffliwka In the the management of the university extension
City National bnthulldlng wton. J. V. department, will glv. on. of it. beat pro- contain, th. following prayer, "For All
Vayward will fill Mr. Bock', place. gram, befor. th. county institute of Kno Taohr.,H by Walter Rauschenbu.cn:
s Sa. tiJo. ClarUa. county at Crelghton on th vnlng of w lmplor thy blessing, O Qod, on
. .,...,nt inUn. t.v . c.Mt Uuiuit M. th. men and women, who teach th.
Insanity board several month, ago will E- L- Edward., a rraduat. of th Univer- children and youth of our nation, for
fa sent back to Italy Aorut 1 Unmlgra- ""y Oklahoma, who received hi master's nto their hand, wa dally commit ,th.
nt " " L.Tiy Zt...ZzT7l degree at the Unlvemtty of Nebraaka last dear.t that w hav. Wa know that
c on o.r ",! June. ha. accented th. no.ltion at th. head they are th. potent frl.nd. and hlper.
in. ouy rnay arraying xor nu oeper- . - - : of our homes, and that a. thev m.k.
wa. kits urni aaaajij- - tra ktjmhvmn wViDUVfj I - -
C.mnb.11 collese. Holton. Kan. chlldrwt, .o .hall lutur. year, see
Mis. Margaret Burke ha. been elected them. Grant thm an abiding oon.olou.
asststant principal at Pander. nesa that they are coworker, with the,
Mis. Laura B. Own ha. accepted the thou r.at t.aoh.r of humanity, and that
prlnolpalshlp of th Fairmont High school, thou hast charged them with th holy
Mis Mary Malon ha. received a call to iat of br'hK'nK forth from th budding
St. Bernard academy. Nebraska Cltv. aa f Of th. young th mystrlou storss
teacher of Latin and German.
Mis. Pearl Wager foe. to Stamford, Neb.,
a. principal of th. high school next year.
Prof. Albert T. BelL who received hi.
bachelor', degree at th University of Ne-
SEASON AT THE THEATERS
Omaha to Hate Six Playhouse Active
Burin j Cominy Season,
EBANDEIS TO HAVE BIO SHOWS
t&aaagrer Bnrgeaa IIm Contracts for
VI rat Half of SeaaoB Oppoaltloa.
Is Vaudeville Stock at
Within a few week. Omaha', six theater,
will all be open and entertaining their
patrons, each to his personal choice. For
the program next season will be sufficiently
varied to suit th. wants of all. With th.
Brandel. playing the first class attractions,
th. Krug setting forth th. popular price
shows, the Boyd with a permanent stock
company, the Orpheum and the American
presenting Martin Beck and William Morris
vaudeville respectively, and the Oayety of
faring burlesque, nothing will be laoklng In
the way of opportunity for choice to th.
man who ha. an evening he doesn't know
what to do with.
Manaarer. Dowa to Work.
Th war of worda between the manager.
In th. east has simmered down greatly of
late, for th tlm ha. now com to put
how. on th. road and tnak. good on th
promise.. Th. matter h. not attracted a
great doal ofattentlon outside the circles
immediately Involved, for the publlo doesn't
especially cure what the brand la on the
attraction. If It be a good one. Omaha
will have "opposition" In vaudeville only
this season, for no local theater Is open to
the Shubert. This will not b. th. occasion
for any especial hardship, for th. tlm. at
the Hrandels will be very well filled by at
tractions sent out by the manager, who
book through the Klaw A Erlanger agency.
In this list are the Frohmans, the Slrea, C.
B. Dillingham, Henry B. Harris, Cohan St
Harris, Klaw A Erlanger, David Belaaoo,
Harrison Grey Flske, Maurice Campbell,
and a host of others. John Cort, Mort
Singer and Henry W. Savage ar th only
adherenta to th "open door" force, who
have reerul.rly sent attractions to Omaha.
Mr. Corf, defection will deprive Omaha of
th prlvtleg of seeing Mrs. Carter, Flor
ence Roberts and Max Figman. Mort
Stnger'a musical showa will not b sent
here, a deprivation that can perhaps be
borne, while Mr. Savage had almost drop
ped Omaha from hi. calling list, only two
of his companies reachlarg her. last sea
son. On. of thee, waa th. "Merry Widow,"
In it. third season, and It had been booked
all around this city befor It wa. lent her.
Burgess Oeta Contracts.
Manager Burgess of th. Brandel. during
the week received from th Klaw ft Rrlan-
ger office In New Tork, contract, for thlr
ty-three strong attraction, that will be
played, at th. n.w theater during th. com
tng winter. Thee, will be her three and
four nlgkta each, praotlcally keeping the
theater open every night after the season
starts. Billy Burke Is the first one to
come, her dates being for th second week
In September. It I Mr. Burgess1 desire to
open the theater on the evening of Labor
Day, Monday, September 5, and he Is now
arranging for a proper attraction for the
data. In th list of plays are a number of
th most recent successes. Workmen ar
now engaged at the Brandel. renewing the
Interior decoration, and repairing the dam
age that resulted from opening the theater
befor it was quit, ready. It will be tho
theater beautiful" when It awing, open
It. door, early In September.
Vaadevltle and Barleaqne.
Much local Interest attaches to the com
ing of th. William Morris vaudeville peo
ple. The American Muslo hall will open
on Monday, August M, and It la proposed
that an appropriate bill will b offered for
th first week.
The Orpheum will start Its season on
Sunday evening, August IS, setting forth
the established Orpheum quality of vaude
ville. Th Oayety stnrta th season on
th .am evening, th. first bill being "The
mora perfect service; the farmer could like
wis. send his produoe In small quantifies
direct to th. consumer at .mall cost and
Delivery of good, to th. purchaser would
be greatly facilitated, and In many oases
with mora economy than by private wagon.,
especially In rural and suburban dlstriota.
It Is tru. a parcels post would mean
muck additional labor, but not at first, as
our rural dollvery carriers couin enswy
handle all purct-ls dlftpatchcd. As Hip sys
tem grows It will glv employment to hun
dreds of people In this department ff tho
postal service, bringing hundred of thou
sands of dollars In yearly circulation.
Parcela post presents so many advantages
that In court rk'S where It has become an
established Institution, and so general Is
th. satisfaction given, that any one who
would advooate Its abolition would be re
garded as Insane. E. A, WEIR.
Th American Band Cornea Today.
Commencing with an evening concert at
Courtland Beach tonight, the American
band of Providence, R. I., with Its wealth
of soloists of rank, will be with us for a
series of open-air summer concerts, which
should Interest all lovers of music. It will
afford a pleasant entertainment to the pa
trons of this popular place of amusement,
and be Instructive In a way for lovers of
band music There will be several special
nights, Wednesday being rag-time night.
Thursday, New England night, and Friday,
Wagner night, when classlo muslo will rule.
No .ittra charge will b. mad. for'th. con
certs, excepting that those who wish may
secure fleata dlreolly In front of th band
by paytt g 10 centa extra. Th sensational
act. Roll. th. limit, will be seen every
afternoon and evening during th week.
A Bloody Affair
I. lung hemorrhage. Stop It, and our weak
lungs, cough, and cold, with Dr. King's
N.w Discovery. SOo and 11.00. For sal.
by Beaton Drug Co.
OOLS AND CO
catalogue now, aa th fall term start. Sep
tember 6. It can be secured by addressing
Wlllard Kimball, director, 1103 R street,
A PRAYER FOR TBACHBR8.
tlon. Th boy, 11 years of age, booam.
tnsaii through homesickness for hi. rela
tive. In Italy.
Msaoari Veelflo Oban. Tim Three
trains on the Missouri Pacific road will
hang, their tlm starting August L Num
ber 104 will leave Omaha for Kansas City
at :K a. m. Instead of 9:40 a. m. Train
N. 106 will leave Kansas City for Omaha
at 11:10 p ra.. Instead of 10 p. in. Train No.
1ST will arrive at Webster street station at
U:15 p. m. Instead of 11.10 p. tn.
-Baa. go. AJXmoMy Lulu B. Matuaews, braska tn 1898 and his master', degree in
divorced from Sari Matthew. . several 1900, making the major tn botany, and has
month, ago and. given alimony of Hi a .Inc. been professor of botany and prlnolpal
month,. haaSgarnktheed her former bus- of th academy of th Nebraaka Waslayan
band', wag, to secure payment Th.
eas wa. heard before Judge E.teU. Sat
urday' momrng. - Matthew, claimed that
owing to. to faot of hi. having alno re
marrlud h -waa unabl tokeep np hi
payment, to wife No. L
Quarrel lads to Stabbing Scrapping
between messenger boy. culminated In
Bud Kramer, StlO North Twenty-second
' street, being stabbed ' Saturday night and
Cal Wroth, who gav hi residence as th.
Victoria hotel", being held on th. charge
of cutting With Intent to kill. Accord
ing to th Information gleaned by Officer
HH thre haa bean Ill-feeling between
1 th pair for soma time. They and som.
other boy. were walking aat on Douglas
street. At th Stat hotel th argument
beoam. heated and Wroth pulled out an
. knife and .tabbed Kramer under th left
shoulder. Ho' wa. oar r led Into th hotel
and afterward, taken to th police" ata-
i tlon and eventually to St Joseph', hospl
of character and ability which thou hast
hidden in them. Teach them to reverence
th young lives, clean and plastic, and
to realise that generation, .till unborn
hall ru. their .loth or rise to higher
level, through their wisdom and faith
fulness. Gird them, for their task with
a double m.asur. of thy patience and
tranquility, with a great fatherly and
university, has b..n ai.ot rw. , motherly lor for t..e young, and with
botany of th. Lou.lana university. Baton l tnderne.s for th. backward and
Rouge, La., to succeed Prof. Ernst A. Bes.
sey, who Is now at th. head of the depart-
MAKING MANLY BOYS Training the body of the boy aa well ai the mind is a recognized
essential of modern education. Our system of training combines the refinement of
home life with the semi-military discipline. In eighteen years of successful work this Acad
emy has developed the minds and bodies of many boys who have become Manly Men.
Our Academic Standards are high.. I
Our Classic and Scientific courses prepare for all colleges.
Our Commericial courses prepare for business life.
Our Athletics are carefully supervised. Gymnasium fully equipped. Instructor for
all outdoor sports. Athletio facilities extensive. i
We aim to build up a sound body, develop character and create
the habits that make the Boy the Manly Man.
Write for Illustrated Catalogue. .
HARRY N. RUSSELL,
The Leading Ml'aourl Collego fo
Women, Nevada, Mls.onrL
"Beautiful for situation." Ideal un
ion of College and Home life. College
and College preparatory course.
School of Art, Expression and Domes
tic Science. Conservatory of Mnslo,
strictly European methods. Out door
sports. Select patronage. Reasonable
rates. Send for catalogue.
MRS. V. A. C. BTOCKABD,
President and Founder.
Twenty-Fifth Season 1 "
a . . KlmbaOHaJL
Conservatory THE LEADING SCHOOL el MUSIC I. AMERICA
Eminent Itcalty of 70. Superior Teacher's
Training School. Puhllo School Muslo. School
of ExpreMioD, Phynloal Culture. Utuwrptmi
fn mivmnttfi. Thirty tree scholarships award
ed. Fall term begins Thiirvlar. 6Pt mh'
Cmtalfeilidw. JOHN J. H ATTST AIDT, ria l
Hart Conway School ol Acting
dlreotedby HsrtUbrjwsy, America's creates!
uuuator lor th state 8wi orospectus.
All Saints School, Sioni Falls, S. D
South Dakota's only .ohool exclusively
for girl. Beautifully and healthfully
located. Faculty graduates of leading
col la .as. Muslo,- Art, Physical Culture.
Combine the best educational advantage
with th refining Influences of a Chris
tian home. Catalogue. Address
A 1.1. SAUTTfl aCKOOXi, glonx rails, . TJ,
Rt. Rev. F. Ft Johnson, D. D., President.
Miss Helen 8.. Peabodv, Prlnolpal.
afflicted. 6v them, from, physical ex
haustion, from loneliness and dlaoburage-1
ment of botany of the State Agricultural m""VonKth? of, routine, and
.1 vn, fv. . . MJtu,iliro. vi . M)a.t b. 1 1'
We bless the for th free and noble
spirit that 1. breathing with quickening
power upon the educational life of our
day, and for th men and woman of
larg mind and loving heart who have
mad that spirit our common possession
by their teaching and example. But
grant' that a higher obedience and self-
ollg of Minnesota.1 Thl. I. a splendid
opening for. Prof. Bell, as th. University of
Louisiana I. fast becoming on of th
greatest educational institutions of th
new south. Prof. Bell la spending th. sum
mer at Toplnabee, Douglas Lake, MIoh.,
doing special work In connection with th
summer school of th. University of Michigan.
rv. tti.iu . vyw tj . ran Irani i may grow in in new aimoa-
I!".1 V Ph-ra of freedom. W. remember with
complete catalogue with announcement, for
the oomlng year, offer, to th. publlo th.
S!!!ir!nlT?'lTOn!'"U purpo.. by the .acred contagion
..... .... ucm. in recent of the,r nf, Ry th tr.ngth and
gratitude to thee th godly teacher, of
our own youth who won our heart, to
beauty of Chrlat-llk. service still be
i no average person usually rinds a book nlalnlv wnrnrhl In th IIm nf tilr
Of this kind .DOM or lee. of an enigma. In auroeaanrs that our children ma. not
this Instance, however, the exhibit of any want foe atrona- models of devout man.
- I M . . .. . . I
taL Kramer's condition 1. not serious, on OI colleges or schools Is clear-cut hood on whom their charactera can be
although . he Is weak from the loss of
August of each year.
In addition to teacher, certificates preV-
loualv ai van IKa unlv.ralt artll n.w
John Sullivan Telia Of life la Far- teacher, certificate. In agTloultur. and
ana complete. molded.
uuv us inn new features snown l. the Do thou reward thy servants with a
summer session ot eight weeks a. com- glad .ens of their own eternal worth
pared with tlx week, heretofore. This of- a. teacher, of the race, and tn the heat
fera greater opportunity to taeohers of the of the day do thou ahow them th. spring
tat. for - increased efficiency and offers by the wayside that flow, from th. eter
other, instruction from September , to nal .Hence of God and glv. n.w light
Away Country Fishing it Pop.
. ular Amusemeat
John C. 1.' Sullivan, a aoldler of th. Six
teenth Infantry, recently stationed at Fort
Crook, . and now stationed at Haines,
Alaska hss written hi. frl.nd, John Lynn
of South Omaha, th. following letter con
cerning hi experience. He is an sn
tnuslastla memb.r of th improved Order
et Redmen and inuoh of his letter oonoern.
hi. entertainment by member of this lodge,
portions of th letter telling of events there
are a follow. t
. Th. post Is very beautifully situated on
the shore of the bay and there is all kinds
of fishing her. About th. only drawback
that 1 .ean.aee to the post Is that we
have to burn kerosene lamp, and miss
horn economic. Also a flr.t-grad. emerg
ency certificate 1. granted to such students
aa find It neoeesary temporarily to leave
th university to tsaoh.
I to the syee of all who drink of It
OPEN WINDOWS OTT IERO DAYS.
Remarkable Results Yrltli Heatless
School Room la Caleaaro.
The result of experiments with heatless
sohool room, in winter Is described by
Th. number of accredited secondary Burton J. Hendrlck In Aurust MeClure's
schools ha been Increased and th en- in which th wrltr .ay. In parti '
tranc. requirement, hav. been raised from Th. Chicago educational system has or-
a to W point, to become effeotlve on Sep- lginated a new verb "to humidify." . The
tember 1. 1810. After the .am. dat. in 19U meaning I. aimpl.: all hot air, before n-
a .implified tabl of entrance requirements tertng th schoolroom, Is passed through
cover an colleges where eaoh haa varied I jets of water or of .team. It now picks
in several subjects heretofore. This should up iu molstur. in "humidifying" chambers
eause high schools less difficulty In ar-in the ba.em.nt, Instead of In th throats
ranging their curricula. and nasal passages et th. ohlldren and
In reeponae to demand of the times a I teachers.
new course in agricultural engineering I Pririnl Watt. hat if nn n the
take, rank with the olvtl. electrical and schools lit th. stock yards district, has
mechanical groups. The department of gon ,vn farther. In th lower grades
Slavonlo offers Instruction to th large 0f his school he began th experiment last
pur Port Crook eectrl llghu. Otherwise 1 nu-nMr or Bohemian, of th. state, while in winter of abolishing heat altogether. In
lunner response to me neeos oi tne in- lhf rooms h. ha. adopted a new eduoa
creasing oosmopoiitan character of th ttanal motto: "Ls. instruction and moro
state a population, bwadian now becomes a oxygen." In keeping with thU. these little
branch of the language, taught. children no longer sit together at desks
Th. forestry course ha. gradually grown Wth folded hnd. The desks hav been
in importance until gT&auaM instruction ramnv klnAaraartatl nhalra kir. h.n
everything is modern and up-to-date. W
have tar better quarter, than w. had at
Crook, aa ther la moro room and better
heating arrangements. It Is alright hare
on th light question now aa It doea not get
dark until about 11 p. ra., so you see we
hav not much us for light ot any kind,
but then the winter will be Just otherwlee,
aa w will only hav about aix hours Bay
Ught In each twenty-four hours. -'It Is
rather a queer feeling that you experience I ,.., ,,.
here now. going to bed in broad daylight 1 Skater Interest in conservation movements.
know what time th sun rtsee In the isipenineni suo-stations nav Been se
ta bill had at Valentin under the direction
of James Cowan and th Bcotte Bluff sta
tion at Mitchell to promote agriculture.
Th general and technical courses In agri
culture hav been mergod Into on general
Highland Paick; College
SSjSt- ,,A. Des Molnee, Iowa
2,M Sti JbU Aasaally ifv I fr- J-nJI
. ' 1 ." ' ....
k . .. J
Park CaliM I
cornea aaarar eneat.
aa the aleaaanJa ef
aodera eduaatlaa than
ear etber Cellaae ia tKa
eaartry. Expeaaae of etwdeats
fcomaaflv eaduaaa aaanv tlmaMaf la
of dollars bs tk saodarate chars for
hoard and raeas ia CeUeo Buildinsa. where
uviag expeaaea are furaWiad practically at coat.
CL October 17.
Nov. 0. lOlO.
and Jan. St. Febru-
m . i n . a
sry si, epni o. r
16 and Juno 13. IBll.
mi l t r-t-a AND SCHOOLS
I tlutval Arf STiXDaao A Class low a Cob- CLtl,.-J At Lisas iirf CoartaTS A Col-
LiDCrai ATll llo Apreptrsur, Kad Els- DUOnMna LKS1 or Smostsaxh and Tres-
neotary Praparaiory Courmea la which student, wsitihs aalafouDdlBtbeaoantry. - BTeryrrad-
ot all dsgreea of sdTaaoemaat are admitted. Bate sent to paying poalUoa. 30 tor fall oourse.
mj. DtDAOTio, Btats CsBTtriOATS, Tims unlimited.
normal coott CssTincATa, PuiitT D , Til limn io Bm Kommi)
TiiiwiKa ooet eowpleie trelnliur fortaaohars pHsmeiS BcaiMsaa Collsq. iw Tea Win,
lntheweaa areduaiee receUe atale oarUfloalea. o a department oi la literary eollet. but a
v . . rmt- Ki anrainAt Mirtini. thoroughly equipped Buitne College, with the
Engineerinf eAZl ?Hi Tt -ne.t bu.ln. ricUan,. In the U. S. Combined
K:a?trlcal, Swam. Machinist's and AslomoMle B"lnaM and BhorihaDd Couriaa.
Macb'nlit's couraet. l-weeka eouraea Is Oaa, TeL ar. DDT I" 7- - -Pi?! . -SZ.
Automobile and Traotloa Kngineerlng. 6no ?ll'-',,.A"T
AanlovACoiranaa. irun- :'""- - """"" -
IITIOH SB'S COIISIS AN U BxTMMKIOM CoDHK FOS JJ 'J
1 course, time unlimited.
Bsueeiara. One of tbe largest, best equipped Q-J Service iirtSti cZl.ZZiZ
II Ch,J9 Ovss 7,800 BnjKSXTa Enanix-
I w Btawdabd Cotrsacs I Law oSsrea la
aT rauaan. ana Hwwoa courses. , lioinc OIUUJ ID , TBa CossssroMDCMca
Mntic ACoartrTaCoLLSosorMrsio. Piano, BoaooL. Almost any subjaut you wUh ky eor-
HlUalC violin. Voice, Orchaatra, Band, Chorus, respondance.
Harmony. Mandolin. Guitar, and Buperrlsor's c, C,.l,l The Bummer School opens
Course In Publlo School Music. A fine faculty oUmiucr OC&00I June IS, l.il. Special work
of teachers, each an artist In bis line. for ill grades of teachers.
O-atnrw A TeonouesiT KquimD Collbs. r Board, l.7J,M t8 and .T5 par woak.'
Wiatui or osATOsr under the dlrealloa ot Mpettie. Tuition In rraparatory.Coliese, Wor
th most eompewnt teachers. maland Commercial Courses, sis e quarter. All
n 1 . A iioiorsiLT ESTABLIaaan eipensee three months, M.Ui sli nionUis,9S.7i
a v u m . rscaooi, or i aa aa amr. I Art nine mouius, ais.i.ou. nana tot c.
court In whlohyou arelntrrvtted.
iool or FBKXAJfaHip.. Pan Aurft nine monthi
and Publlnachool Tirawint. court In wt
O. H. LONG WELL, Pree., WtrWand Park Col.ere,
1AS.OU. Bend for catalv. Bute
DES MOINES, IOWA
r -' tci v-l - ?r '- y-fzz - V -
ISfebraska Military Academy
I Military Boarding School for Boys b! All Ages
The School Year Opens September 15, 1910.
Special Instruction given to boys who do not fit Into regular clasB -In
publlo school. Back work easily made up. '
Illustrated Catalogue Telling the M'hoe Story of
Military School Life Sent Free for the Asking.
For Information address.
B. D. HAYWARD, Superintendent. '
hones: Bell 1722; Auto 3560. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
f J Not ""'y th larpeet, but th. most
now leads to th. aeoond degree, that of
master of forestry. This Is by reason of the
niornlng as I do not get up In time to rind
out, but 1 hear that It is broad daylight at
about l a) or I a. m.
' everybody in the company haa th. fish
ing fever and they are at It all day long,
in the afternoon there Is not a soul In quar
tmrm aa avarvnna la either out on the bay
or at the river fishing. Tali Dan McLane course that admits or specialisation as soon
that he Is liable to be out of luok for his as th. student', inclination la clear.
The college of law, after September 1.
1911, will require on. year of general col
lege study before law aubject. ar. begun.
Also th. oolU'ge ot medicine has made a
complete advanoe to two year, before
strictly medical subjects are commenced.
"Rules and Regulations Governing Stu
dents" Tr. Included In th. complete cata
logue where previously separate hand
book, were distributed. By these it i. aeen
especially In the general
tear akin as there la no hunting whatever I
around here. - They claim that there are a
lew bear and other big game back in the
muuotal!i. about fifty or sixty milee from
bare, tout am afraid that I am not a
hunter enough to hike that far for the priv
ilege of geitlng a ehot at a bear or any
.ther animal. . .
i Jerry, Vorce and a few more of them
Continued on the "Buford" to iL Michael s
and other posts, where they are to be .ta
lloned. I understand that we have the beat post
. .k .kAi. In. tn anldlar In and I da not
Joubt It aa It never gets as cold her a. it 1 that the standard of sooiarshlp
(Id In Nebraska.
Viae Shear la of Krte Welgrhta,
The freight agents ot th. Erl. railroad
hav. received from headquarter, a bit ot .liua jaj. whli. la certificate. In art-
luformatiou that they are showing shippers cullur- mu,lQ ana phy-cai educaUon were
The number of graduates to revolve de
gree, during the university year, just
with treat pride and aatlafactlon. The Erie
vperated . fast freight section, during
th. month f June, and but tour failed to
reaoh destination In tlm. for advertlaed
markets. All connection, were made, and
the record has probably never been
- Chamberlain'. Stomach and Liver Tablets
III brace up the nerve, banish sick head
ache, prevent despondency and Invigorate
lb whole system. Sold by all dealers.
granted. The number of military commis
slons awarded to graduate, by th. governor
Among addition, to the varlou. faoultlea
tor th. new year are included the name, of
Phllo Melvyn Buck, Jr., of the St. Loula
public achools aa associate profaasor ot
rhetoric! Prof. Herbert Brownell of the
Peru State Normal, to hav. oharg. of the
teachers college training achool; Josrph
Alasta at Au.ustana colle.a .. Instructor
brought In, and the pupils given the utmost
freedom ot movement. In cold winter
weather they wear their wrap and hats
and the, ar. their only source of heat
In a.ro weather they alt at their table in
front of open, "drafty" windows. Their
fingers do not get so numb that they can
not write on the blackboard, and physlclal
discomfort Is unknown.
One day last winter when th. thermom
eter registered 10 below sero, a woman
school visitor earn. Into on. of these cold
rooms. Bhe was horrified at what she de
scribed as "cruelty," but the children
imply grinned. They enjoy the change
Immensely and havs ntck-named the old
hot air place the "hospital rooms," be
cause there ar. so many sick children In
them. Th. parent, likewise ar enthusi
Ther. ar. reasons In plenty for this
attitude. Colds, glandular tj-oubles, the
normal afflictions of school Ufa, hav vir
tually dlaappeared, and (he mentality of
the children has responded to th. change.
By Christmas practically all of the children
In th. cold air rooms had finished their
work! They were learning to read and
writ, almost unconsciously. And the teach
ers who had previously been Irritable, Hat-
lee, despondent, sick of Ufa and sick of
teaching, had regained their early aal.
Lam. shoulder Is almost invariably caused
by rheumatism ot tbe muaclea and yields
quickly le th. free application of Chamber
lain'. Llalment Thl. liniment 1. not only
prompt and effectual, but In Bo way disa
greeable to use. Sold by aA dealer.
thoroughly organised and bent euuluped school In th
West Th following courses ar. offered: Post Graduate. Axad-
amla. Teacher's Certificate. Public Sohool. Piano Tuning and PreDaratory.
Vnrtv Artist Instructors in all branches of muslo oomurise th. Faculty.
The achool has an orchestra ot fifty piece, and a number of public perform
ances, proving of great benefit to th. students, are given during the aohool
year. Notable concert. In which well known artists tak. part, given frequently.
The University School of Music
Affiliated wltk the University of JTsbraska.
It la located In the most desirable part of the town. The buildings ar. modern
and contain 14 studio, and practice rooms. Two two-manual pip. organs, for
practice purpose, ar in th building. Expense very moderate. Term rpons
Sept otn. II you ars ininain. VI lamna up nmaiu ss av pro-
fesslnn, you should write fur our catalogue, mailed free.
WII.X.A21D kiicbAXIh Dlreotor, Xilaoola, Xebre.ke.
THE WINONA SEMINARY
WINONA, MINN. FOR YOUNG WOMEN
. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Francis. '
Opens Wednesday, September Seventh.
UTZBAJBT SXVAmTKEMTl Coll.glat. Course leading to, degree. Academic
Coursea. Classical, Latin bclentlflc. Modern Languages. Commercial Coursea
Seminary accredited to th. Univ.rslty of Minnesota.
Splendid advatnase. offered earnest, capable young women who hav. a pur
pos. in study to specialize In Piano, Vole, Violin. Art. Druiuallc Expr.xslon and
Household Economics. Uaoli department grad.d Into a leading higher Institution
ot similar kind.
Home life of th. student I. Ideal. Indoor and outdoor athletics. Literary
Huajtal and Dramatic Societies.
Catalogue. Booklet of information. Department Bulletin mailed on application
Address the Directress.
JsBBsasaBW'' i aji
r - - el ias
Omaha. Neb. EUk 1863
Episcopal School Accredited to Eastern Women's Colleges,
Universities of Chicago, Nebraska, Etc.
Faculty composed of college graduates, all experienced teachers.
Native French and German Instnictors
Thorough courses offered In Music, Art and Domestlo Economy. Well
eqnpped gymnasium. Out-door sports, tennis, field hockey, etc., under com
petent Instructor. Attractive home life carefully supervised by experienced
house mothers. For catalogue, addrecs,
EDITH D. MAKSDEN, B. A., Principal
VJcntworih Military Academy
OUest and Largest In Middle West Government Supervision.
Highest rating by war Department. Inlantry, Artillery and Cavalry
Drills. Courses of stuJy prepar. tor Universities, Government
Academies or for Business Lite. Accredited by North Central
Association of Schools and Colleges. Manual Training. Separate
Department for Small Boys. For catalogue, address
Taa) Secretary. Boar A, Learlngtoa. Ms,
KANSAS CITY VETERINARY COLLEGE
ThOTffuah sad eoasplcte eonree. Crest Demand lor Graduates aa Prartltlooer. Teachers, lovssilaalora. See.
keiyGitK' Aim? VeunoarUta U a. laeaesKm Catalv. ar txlier lnkaiion sent on spr'tcailosi,
ttaUaV. avtBvIAatX. aveeretarv, issStvaetl6tiiaueet.aiaBaa.CUy Ma.
REASON NO. FOUR.-
Education la necesiary to success In PtenOKi-aphy. Th. Van Bant BCHOOZ,
has an educational requirement for entranra and a high average of education
anions; Its students. That is OSI UOAI1 KUA&OH why YAJ HAHI sraduatoa
The VAN SANT SCHOOL,
SUIABSn TAJT IAJTT, Frinoipal. XOITB O. SUrrT, Vroprlstor.
Weed Bnlldlnir, Omaha, Nebraska.
Are You Looking
for a Good College?
Yea arlll be eleaesa1 wltb the
at Jacksonville, 111.
Whr re last te a Collsf s (of Weaaea f Here are
full Collsgs en4 Preparsiorr Coaiscs, efiS Sae ae
vaaugrs Is Music, Art, Domsitla Science. an4
Baprertloa. Bspsnses fesioosbls. Surraaaetncs
kealihlul. Husm llle leeal. Locallen ccnml la
M leele West. Very ceaeenleM la erer astt ol las
Misiltilppl Veils. Stu4enistraaBHeiaaatwsBty
Sistes. Cstslo(efree. Aedrsss
Praaiatetat Barker, Sea 98, Iscksoarlila, III.
II Will Pay You
to examine the School and College pare
of The Bee neat Monday. Besides th.
selected educstlonal topic, and achool
news, you will find th. announcement,
of various colleges and school regard
ing their facilities and advantages.
1 he best In ell tossmeralal Coereea.
rree eataliue eiplalus all. aildreu
Uav a A i.aT I 'bJ era 1" s T ! V
ei UkUa UuUJlil0 ' LuiOOlA, MU
No matter what
II r rou It r a biaver
taisry. If you are
tuiK to eter aa Hie
II. rm. a knit. n
buatusss anolliodk Kill
prove af Uie uriut
Value ia ami. Wa riff
els 1. fihortliand end i'rne
wriilna, and fre!4rlory.
fl-Kl etwrl iMHItlont. Churueji
very oudflrle. V rile lo-a;:e
fur ourcsialfiua. It's trie.
2 S.rlfe Ilia tb, UanOk,
fSend your young people to
An aocredlled school , the highest stand
Inc. in a community remarkable for It.
clean. wholesome, uplifting Influence.
A Trained Faculty of BpecUUsta.
Low Expense aat K.cilltlae
fall Term Opens Bept llth. Send foe
literature TAUOt CuLLKCiiC, labwr. la.
PI F7 B7Q "Hilary
sit aiiSHioa aaaiBis .
aarTi;MaifiB ti, i.io.
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IU SlUTiSf AOaVOaatY.
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