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TIIK HEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1011.
Fifty-seventh and Main Streets,
Kansas City, Missouri.
Sisters of St. Joseph
Mother House in St. Louis.
Provinces in Troy, New York; St. Paul, Minnesota, and
Los Angeles, California.
THE SCHOOL OFFERS:
(a) Not extensive literature with little behind It, but a real
Dew, absolutely fireproof building unequaled anywhere. Go out on
Country Club or Dodson Cara to see the school. It 1b open for In
spection from garret to cellar.
(b) Pure air, untainted by city smoke, and a neighborhood
of beautiful homes, nothing but homes.
(C) A staff of teachers holding college degrees, normal and
(d) Exceptional advantages in muslo and art. Teachers in
these departments have studied In the best schools abroad and at
(e) A course of study that, having merited for the sch.tol a
place in the fully accredited list of the University of Missouri ad
mits to others leaving colleges.
(f) The companionship of girls from good, cultured homes.
(Rule regarding reference rigidly observed.) '
(g) A manner of training that makes for modest, Intelligent
girlhood and noble, cultured womanhood.
STUDENTS MAY ENTER AT ANY TIME, ALL
DENOMINATIONS RECEIVED AND THEIR RELIG
IOUS CONVICTIONS CAREFULLY RESPECTED.
WRITE FOR FOLDER TO SISTER DIRECTRESS.
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK
Midsummer Activities in Near and
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School tor Girls
' Founded in 18(7 and located In one of
the finest towns in the niiddle' aveat cos- ..
venlently reached by railroad .from all part
of the country. Thorough Instructions in Art.
Science. LuicuaEM. Mulc Iamiatla Science.
Physical Culture and Right Laving.
A school that teaches thorough caltore
All buildings are adapted to their uses
and each department is well lighted,
properly heated and ventilated.
Beautiful, well kept, exten
sive and secluded grounds
afford ample room for
pleasant and in
Vrile-for Ga i
Forty-eighth Year Opena September Twentieth
DOMESTIC ART and DOMESTIC SCIENCE.
Preparatory Department for Children.
Mr. Max Landow and Miss Mary Munchhoff
In Charge of Piano and Voice.
INSTRUCTION IN ART AND EXPRESSION.
For catalogue, address
Miss Euphemia Johnson, Principal.
BELLE VUE'S PLANS FOR THE YEAR
Oatllne of the Work Offered In Dif
ferent Departments Proposed
Vlalt of Tenehera to Germany.
This Is the time of year when parents
and children are making the final de
cision as to which of the many advanced
school and colleges of the country the
young folks will be sent to pursue further
their "turtles. It Is an Important matter,
for very much depends upon the correct
start The lire Is undertaking to help
those who have this momentous question
to decide by placing before them the ad
vertisements of a large number of high
class schools, whose reputation for
thoroughness In training the boys and
girls sent to them Is well established.
By careful perusal of these advertise
ment and through correspondence with
the schools direct, the puxsled parent will
be able to find tht solution sought. These
schools are all of a high type and each
hi equipped In its own way to do the work
It undertakes. Each has its own advan
tages, and any of them are worthy of con
fidence. The Ree will undtrtake to assist
anyone who may seek special information
through Its' school and ' college depart
ment. Letters addressed to that depart
mtnt will be given prompt attention and
special . and, reliable information will be
furnished in reply to all inquiries.
Fine Ontlook for This Old Estab
The July Bulletin of Bellevue college has
Just been published. Among other interest
ing features it contains half-tone cuts of
CUarka hall and three of the four other
buildings that are now on the campus.
There are also shown cuts of two proposed
buildings. One of these, a combination
gymnasium and auditorium, is provided for
by the Clarke donation of 2U0 Bellevue lota,
which are to be put upon the market at
once. The other building is & science hall.
The Bulletin also announces the faculty
for the coming year and gives an outline
of the work offered in the different depart
ments of the college. Special attention Is
called to the recently . Introduced group
system whereby, under the advice of the
faculty, studies are grouped about a major
subject which has a practical relation to
the future life work of the student
Bellevue college, while standing for edu
cation and culture for their own sake.
recognizes the value of vocational training.
The Bulletin shows what may be secured
at Bellevue in the direction of business
education, engineering, agriculture, house
hold economics, Journalism, medicine, law,
teaching and the ministry. It is potpted
out that practically all of the studies of
the first two year at the Massachusetts'
Institute of Technology - may be taken at
Bellevue.. . : - '
The special committee of the board of
trustees consisting of C. F, McGrew, John
D. Haskell and C. M, Wilhelm, appointed
at the annual meeting to lead in an effort
to secure the balance of the fund needed
to clear the college of debt, is actively en
gaged In its work. The trustees and many
of the citizens of Omaha and surrounding
country have contributed liberally to the
fund, five of the trustees having given
$4,000. Friends in the east have likewise
been very liberal in their contributions and
the fund has now reached the sum of
The trustees, who have been giving freely
of their own time and money to the up
building of this important institution, feel
that they may now' ask the business and
professional men of Omaha and vicinity to
lend them a hand in the work. The col
lege Is becoming more and more accessible
to the young people of Omaha. It Is offer
ing to them first class educational advan
tages at a very reasonable expense.
Last year there waa an increase of more
than 20 per cent In attendance over the
previous year. The indications are that
there will be even a larger Increase next
year. About 15 per cent of the total enroll
ment was from Omaha last year' and It is
believed that this proportion of Omaha
students will be largely Increased during
the coming year.
ELLSWORTH COLLEGE, IOToiLLS'
Full standard college course, with vtry liberal choice of elective studies
Special opportunities) for high school graduates to prepare for mealoa) and
tfti pretMSional courses. Ala very speoial aftvaotriges for graduates of
three and four-year high schools to finish high grade Business courses In one
rear, these are MOT ordinary, but bfECIa.1. business course. There are
our Schools associated with the rulleta.
The School of Commerce,
The College Preparatory School,
The School of education for Teachers, and
The School of Music
l0 to !50 a year for all expenses. The college has a large endow
ment which makes these low rates possible. Do not select a school for nei"
fall until you Investigate, Cstalogues and booklets upon request. Address
ELLSWORTH COLLEGE, 1003, Iowa Falls, Iowa.
logues are ready for distribution and are
being mailed rapidly to Inquirers. Enroll
ment Is in progress and every Indication
points, to a large attendance next year.
Some gixd foot ball and debating material
Is coming In and the year will be filled
with the varied incidental Interests which
all boys love.
The Otneva club, consisting of fifteen
young women, members of the city Young
Women's Christian association, spent Sat
urday and Sunday at the academy. Su
perintendent and Mrs. C. B. Manuel of
Kearney and Mrs. E. I Wilson and
daughter of Seattle also were recent acad
Captain and Mrs. Adams have been at
tending the university summer school.
Captain Kanaga Is spending the summer
at his home In Akron, O.
NEBRASKA MILITARY ACADEMY
Preparations for the Fall Term Well
Two vacation weeks now paat have been
busy ones at tht Nebraska Military acud
emy. While no extensive building opera
tions were necessary as in previous years.
still many minor repairs were needed. The
building has been thoroughly cleaned, the
floors painted, the walls decorated, the
walks cindered and new curbing has bten
placed around the campus. The new cata-
Grntlfylnsr Ontlook for the School
The teachers' class gave a demonstration
Wednesday morning In chapel. After a
fine program the clans marched from the
platform, giving place to a little farce,
entitled "The First Day In a District
School." which was very realistic. The
teachers' class constitutes a fine body of
students. Many of them met Inst Wednes
day evening and organized a scientific
class for next year. The number declaring
their Intention of remaining In the work Is
unprecedented and President Clemmons Is
much gratified at the outlook for next year.
The violin department Is enjoying the
presence of Miss Vlda Nation and Miss
Gladys Conrad after ft year's ab
scene. They played with the colege
orchestra Friday night. MJss Vlda Nation
spent the last year traveling with the
Nevln concert company. Miss Conrad,
after graduating here, went to Minneapolis,
where she waa a member of the Ladles'
Symphonlum orchestra. While there she
took some work with Arthur Wallersteln,
a pupil of Joacheln of Berlin, and gradu
ated again from the Northwestern con
servatory. Kdward Mallau, a student of the short
hand and commercial department has ac
cepted a position as stenographer and book-
rkeeper for the Fremont Saddlery company
and Carl Bruce of the commercial depart
ment has accepted a position In the office
of May Bros.' wholesale grocery as book
keeper. Albert Luken gave a recital Friday night,
assisted by Miss Jessie Simpson, accom
panist, and Herbert missel as reader. Mr.
Luken has studied with Prof. Weeks of the
college for the last, two years and Is able
to do good work, as he demonstrated In
his recital. He has a superior voice and
sings well. He will spend next year study
ing at the Chicago Conservatory of Music.
Miss Naana Forbes will give a benefit
next Tuesday evening at the college in the
reading of the monologue, "The Servant
In the House." She gave this monologue
In Omaha and was honored with inuch
favorable comment. Miss Forbes has been
engaged as reader at the Lincoln Park
Chautauqua in Kansas, and in connection
with her other work will give one -whole
evening in the reading of "The Servant In
the Houbs." -.
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YANKTOX ' COLLEGE. V
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New Heads of Departments are An
nounced. Ralph H. Bush of Jollet, IU... has
Veen chosen coach in athletics in Tank
ton for the coming year. Mr. Bush . waa
captain of the varsity track team during
the last year, captain of the senior foot
ball team and during his high school days
captain of the All-Illinois basket ball
team. He Is now taking summer training
at Lake Geneva, Wis., in gymnasium and
alt forms of athletics by way of added
training for his work. He won honors in
history and political science In his college
course and will give Instruction In academy
The position of dean of women has been
filled by the election of Miss Louise Wood
ruff, during the last four years, Instructor
in English in the high school of Waterloo,
la. Her earlier experience was in Glen
wood, la., and In Pierre, 8. D., while her
college and university training were in
Tabor and Nebraska state university.
Lewis C. Sorrel of Colgate univer
sity, has been chosen head of the public
speaking department. Mr. Sorrell was a
prize winner in oratory and a leader in
lntercollege debates, ' being a member of
the teams that won over Union college
and Syracuse university in 1909-1910, and
leader of the teams that won from Union
and Hamilton colleges last year.
Mlas Ruth Wright of Cedar Falls, la.,
a graduate of the State Teachers' college
in both the A. B. and physical training
courses, has been chosen gymnasium In
etructor for young women and Miss Zulla
Haxen of Hamilton, 111., whose general
education was received at the Qulncy, 111.,
High school and Carthage college, and
who graduated from the normal art
courses In Chicago Art Institute in 1910,
will take charge of the Department of
E. J. Waltner, who has had ex
tended experience In business and teaching
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the University School of Music
Fail Term Commences September 4th.
This tBsjtltntiost Is net only superior because of Its literary and aansteal
vaJuaThut because there are sy students to ooaso la dally contact with.
Write for souvenir booklet on "The Value of
' a Musical Education." Mailed Freo : : : ;
Address WTTiT.SST) KTsfBatTi. Sine tor.
The College of Southwest Iowa
A FACULTY OF TRAINED SPECIALISTS
COLLEGE, ACADEMY, NORMAL, A!IT, MU3IC, COMMERCE
A SPENDID PLACE TO STUDY AT. LETI .S UNDER EXPERT DIRECTOR
A Student Taking Two Lessons Per Week in
the Conservatory is Entitled to Free Tuition
for any Two Subjects in College or Academy
Fall Term Opens September 12,1911
Addrsss For Information
ST. FRANCIS S0LANUS COLLEGE
QUINCY, ILLINOIS. Opens its 521 Scholastic Yew S:pt. 6, 1911
Thorough Philosophic!, Classical, Commercial and Preparatory
Courses, second to non. In the Commercial Department a complete
reorganization has been effected under a competent staff of professors
and an entirely new and up-to-date equipment baa been installed. , ,
OXLY CATHOLIC STUDENTS ARE ADMITTED AS BOARDERS
For farther partical&rt apply to
The Rev. Fortunatus Hainser, O. F. M. Rector
MAKING MANLY BOYS Training the body of the
boy, as woll as 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 Academy has developed the
minds and bodies of many boys who have become MANLY
Our Academic Standards are high.
Our Classic and Scientific courses prepare for all col
Our Commercial courses prepare for business life.
, Our Athletics are carefully supervised. Gymnasium
fully equipped.' Instructor for all Outdoor sports. Athletic
facilities extensive. ' '
. Write for illustrated Catalogue.
HARRY N. RUSSELL, Head Master, Kearney, Nebraska.
THE LUTHERAN LADIES1
A College for Girls.
College, Seminary, Preparatory!
Home Economy, Normal Couise
In Household Science.
Bookkeeping, Typewriting, Short
hand. ELOCUTION AND PHYSICAL
Painting, Drawing, Etc.
Piano, Vole, Organ.
The ntanrtanl of Scholarship Is of
the hiicheut character, the rates are
reasonnble and the accommodations
excellent. Writa for Information and
PROF. II. ALLEN, Pres.,
UD WlirO, I KXaTlTSBOTA.
f ( a i ' o . J
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THE IIAHDICnAFT GUILD
I School of Design, Handicraft
and: Mormal Art
Instruction In rai,m r... nr....
Color, Pottery, Metal Work. Jewelry, .
junior una nieneuing.
The Normal Course qualifies students
to teach and supervise.
Write for particulars.
nOKavCH WILIS, Secretary, -S9
o. lOtii St,., kuaueapoua, Kins. .
Nebraska Military Academy
IT TAKES MORE THAN AN EIGHT INCH SPACE
to tell you about the plan and purpose of the Nebraska Military Academy.
But we tell you all about It In our catalogue, and show you some Interesting
pictures, too. If you would like a catalogue, address
B. D. HAYWARD, Superintendent
Phones: Bell 1722; Auto 8060.
College fot Women
Rem of St.
Faauety ml apeeleileti.
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TUe 93d Tear Opens on September 11.
Officially recognized by tho state.
Issues all trades of teachers' aiuie
Collegiate. academy, normal,
pharmacy, buwlnee. stenography,
.music, oratory and art departments.
Thorough courses. Strong faculty.
Good equipments. Pleasant and
healthful surroundings. Town With
More than 600 students each year.
Bnoke free. Lowest rates for
tuition and board.
Give us a chance to save you
money. Catalogue sent free on call.
m. E. SCHELl, PRES., YORK, NEB.
A Church School (or Girls
Preparatory, Academic, College Prepara
tory and Special courses. Large campus,
modern and well equipped buildings. In-'
ciuaing ampie gymnasium, aicuionuni ana
music ball. Under the same Rector for
twenty-ihre years. Its nearness to Chi
cago combines advantages of city and sub
Catalogues furnished on application, -
Kct. . Tiaak Fleetwood, Z. B meotoa.
Rockf ord College
for W omen
riret rank, B. A. and B.. Broad
oulture, wltn alectlve Toootional
ooanea that fit for life and for self
support. raooJty la close touch with
the girls. Uhosea body of students.
Health and safety paramount. Fare
air. Dure artesian water, fine oampua.
slew fireproof dormitory, electric
light, steam heat. Oood table. Cata
logue. Bos 6ft.
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FUst Bt MUwaakee. Wis.
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One of America's largest, moat saiinmful eentara
for the study of all branch of musie. Mudora
eounes maatarf ully taught by 70 eminent artt'ta,
Superior Normal Training 8hool supplies toacb.
enforseheoleandeoUagea. fublic School Miuie,
Dramatic Art, Oratory, Physical Cnlturt
CniiTSlltM) free advantages. Thirty free arholer
sblpa awarded, etamloailoii Sai. 4 to a Vail lara
IkIus MoDdur Heat. Illh llluHmtyd ratal' snuS
Brae. JUHN JL MATTSTAEDT. PraaWao.
"The Growing College."
New IJbrary New Oymnaalum
Very Moderate Expenses
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