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SunouL AiND COLLEGE NEWS
(Continued from Page Four.)
tow In tho very best of condition for the
Accommodation of the pupils.
In addition to the usual thorough
fcoursea In the English branches. Latin,
the modern lanBUaces and mathematics,
ft course In domostlc science has been
Wded for this year, and the best advan
tages Omaha affords for vocal and In
strumental music. Also a kindergarten
Bepartment has been added for children
worn the age of 4 to 6.
OniNNBLIi COMjERB NOTES.
frliree Dnrmltorlrn for Rlrln nml
Centrnl DlnltiK llnll Arltleit.
Grlnnell collego on the 20th Instant
warded tho contract to Bailey & Marsh
bt Minneapolis for the erection of three
Bins dormitories during tho next year,
the aggregate cost of these buildings to
be J1G0.00O. Tho central building w!ll pro
Vide a large dining room, kitchen and reception-
halls. This will make It pos
sible to care for 200 girls. Work will be
;ln' at once;
.Dr. Herbert Francis Evans, a graduate
Of Leland Stanford university and of the
University of Chicago, and until recently
Ir the employ or the Baptist Publishing
poclety as tho author of tho Keystone
graded Sunday school lessons, has been
appointed1 head of the department of
biblical literature and religious education
Rl Grlnnell college. His work with the
college will begin In tho fall of 1D14.
Dr. Evans will give courses In tho prin
ciples and methods of religious education
ind tho' practical problems of Sunday
School administration and teaching. For
three years following hln graduato work
In tho University of Chicago Dr. Evans
was director of rellglour education In tho
Second Baptist church In St. Louis. He
Is the" author of "The Sunday School
Man's Equipment" and of "Children's
Reading Habits and Character Develop
ment" Dr. J! P. Sprague of Chicago has been
appointed professor of physlcnl education
and hygiene at Qrinnell college. Dr.
Bprague Is a graduate of Bates college
ind of Northwestern Medical college.
Since 1905 he has been director of ath
letics and physical education at the Chi
cago Latin school. He is a member of
tho Chicago Medical Boclety. the Illinois
Medical and the American Medical asso
ciations, and a member of the Association
jf Physical Education. Qrinnell collego
has' taken a long step ahead In securing
t mah of Dr. Spraguc's type as head of
this department 'of physical education.
Every edldcnt who enters the college will
e given a medical and physical exam
ination and during the college year he
(fill bo directed by this export to tho
iport which will develop htm best physi
cally.' Dr. Spraguo I ft an experienced ath
Mlc coach and gymnasium Instructor,
tnd under his direction every student will
lecelvo Individual attention for his par
Plnrr for tho Little IJoj-k nml Glrln
Oprn Km Vourfh Vcnr.
The Holyoke-Do.x School for Boys and
Girls Is entering upon Its fourth year In
Tho school offers Instruction In kinder
garten and the first four grades. In nddl
tlon to the regular work classes am
carried In French, music, sewing and folk
This school keeps In line with the pub'
lie school grades and also with the re
quirements suggested by the Private
School Teachers' association of Boston.
Children aro received In the kinder
garten at 4 years and oven younger
whoro the physical and mental develop
ment make It desirable.
WATER BOARD NONPOLITIGAL
SOKOLS AT DEN MONDAY EVE
Visiting Athletes and Rotnrians to
Have Joint Session.
"DADM EXTENDS INVITATION
Satuaon'ft Illntit llniut Honor Mnkra
Speech to Ilnlienilnn Athlete In
llrlmlf of ICInir'n WlnhVsi
to Vlp.lt Him.
What Engineer Arcnd Says Ought
to Be Done at Once.
HIS PLEDGES TO THE PEOPLE
Cnmllilntn (or Place on the Hoard
Mnken it St ron h; Statement anil
Submit III Platform to
nusiNEss scuooii or merit.
fEnnsaa IVe.ilejnn IIiirIiio College
IllKht to the Krtmt.
One of the really gTeut schools of the
rest Is the Kansas Wealeynn Business
(ollege at Sallna, Kan. This school was
tegun as a department of the Kansas
JPesleyan university. It occupies Its own
gliding, three stories In height and 60x100
leet In dimension in the business part of
ttie city. The entire building of twenty
looms is devoted to the use of the college,
from eighteen to twenty-five Instructors
ire employed and about 1.0CO students
ir enrolled annually.
The school was purchased about a year
ISO from Dr. Hoach, who had directed Ms
lestlnles for more than twenty years, by
Prof. L. L. Tucker, who has been In
lharge of some of the most Important
schools In the cast, and Is an educator
Kith a quarter of a century of successful
ork behind him.
.Tho school has been placed upon a new
pas I a by the new management. New
Courses of study have been introduced,
pie latest and best text books have been
adopted for every subject, and the equip
ment is now first-class In every depart
ment. The motto of the school, "We
place character building above business
bulldlnr." Is indicative of tfie high stand
ard which this school upholds. It draws
Its patronage from half a dozen states,
and It places Its graduates In positions
all over 'the western country.
A new departure In business school
work is the establishment In tho Kansas
KVesleyan Business college of a free win
ter Chautauqua for the students and the
community In which the school Is situ
ated. Such men as Governor Hodges of
Kansas, State Bank Commissioner Paw
yer of Topeka, C. M. Haeger, dean of the
Kansas School of Journalism; Mr. Cot
trell of Chicago, agricultural commls
eloner for the Rock Island lines: Arthur
Capper of Topeka. publisher; Elbert Hub
bard, the popular author and speaker;
Mr. Bprmon, editor of the Kansas Farm
er, and a number of the lecturers con
nected with the collego extension depart
ment of tho Kansas State Agricultural
college will appear before the students
of the college and the public during the
fall and winter.
TIUNITY COLLEGE PLANS
"The proper operation or a municipal
water works Is not a political proposi
tion and history has not yet recorded an
efficient engineer who was also a poli
tician, still Omaha should have at least
ono practical man on its water board,"
says Albert C. Arend, who has filed as a
candidate for the board. He continued:
"I understand that all precedents are
shattered when a candidate for election
on this board submits tt piatrorm or
has any satisfactory reason for wishing
to servo, but hope that the public's sur-
pr'so will be agreeable and that they will
respotid accordingly especially because
my twenty-five years' experience In de
signing and operating nydraullc and in
dustrial plants would Indicate the reason
able assurance that theso Intentions and
reasons are practical, and within my
capacity, assuming only reasonable co
operation. And also because the oppor
tunities for additional Improvements are
ample for any one who may be well
posted In such affairs.
Mr. Arend'a Platform.
1. To advance the prestige and In
dustrial development of Omaha and
suburbs by all such extensions ana serv
ices which may be essential to compare
fnvornhlv with other neighboring cities.
2. To have the rights of the individual
and the public recognized, and to have
no arbitrary rules or decisions enforced,
which at times are an Imposition, even
though they may mean a little moro
economical operation or expenditures for
3. To have all reservoirs and other
features designed and located In such a
manner as to conform with the most
ethical and efficient requirements, with
out Interfering with existing and adjacent
4. To have the present rates reduced
to 15 cents per K0 cubic feet, or 23 cntg
per thousand gallons, at once, and then
nny ono can figure their bill. ....
5. To maintain the rates at actual total
cost all the while and not to bti o
surplus to permit Inequitable or spectacu
lar reductions at future dates.
6. To prevent all employes from par
tiMnntlntr in municipal politics, as ex
pressly intended by the law. and to re
nu'ro them all to render full service
for their salaries.
i Tn nrnmote lustlce and efficiency In
all tho affairs wh'ch are properly con
nected with the Metropolitan water ais-trlct.
A Consumptive Connli.
Stop it and get relief for weak lungs,
coughs and colds with Dr. King's New
Discovery. 60c and $1.00. All druggists.-Advertlsement.
Rotary club night and Tel Jed Sokol
night is to be colebrated at Ak-Sar-Ben
Den Monday evening. The Tel Jed Sokol
athletes that havo been competing for
gymnastic honors on the field In Omaha
In tho nation-wide contests for tho last
week are to stay over until after Monday
evening to enjoy an evening at the Pen.
Ak-Sar-Ben Secretary J. D. Weaver per
sonally gave them tho Invitation in a little
speech at Turner hall a few nights ago,
and they accepted It. Thero aro Fomo
thlng llko 1.0CO visiting Bohemians in the
city for tho event, and most of those,
barring ladles, of course, will be at tho
Den for tho Initiation. Samson Is looking
for the biggest and huskiest of Sokol ath
letes for tho tango. It takes a husky man
to stand tho pace set by the tango queen,
and Samson declares none of the ath
letes can be too strong for tho husky
Then the Rotary clubs from a half dozen
cities will be here for tho evening. Long
ago this night was set asldo as Rotary
club night at the Den. Long ago arrange
ments were made to have all tho local
meitfbera oi tho Rotary club present.
Long ago tho local members made ar
rangements to havo soveral hundred ro
tary members from other cities hero for
tho evening. They promise there will bo
something like 132 Omaha members and
some 200 or 300 members from Sioux City.
Lincoln, St. Joseph, Kansas City and St.
Pn Four Hundred Mnrlc.
The hustling team composed of Potter,
Meyers and Rosicky has passod tho 400
mark In the raco for new members. This
tesm has been In the lead from the very
first day the hustling committee was di
vided Into teams and put to work. They
hmve been hustling from that day to this
and have marie ft remarkably good rec
ord There nrv other teams that havo
made excellent records, but this team
worked In a squad several days when the
campaign first opened, and then and there
established such a lend that the other
teams havo bcenl unnblo to overcome It
"Dad" Weaver, secretary of Ak-Sar-Ben.
has sent out over 5,000 Invitations to
persons who wero former residents of
Omaha asking them to be In Omahn dur
ing tho Ak-Sar-Ben festivities for tho
"homo coming week." Tho Invitations
havo but recently gone out. The names
of former Omahnim have been collected
for months by Ak-Sar-Ben. lxdgo rec
ords were searched, every avallablo rec
ord that could yield any Information on
tho subject was looked ovor for names.
H was In this manner that tho rcmnrk
nblo list of over 5,000 was mado up. And
Secretary Weaver Is still looking for ;noro
mimes. Although tho first Invitations
have gono out ho Is determined to rond
out moro as ho gets further lists of names.
Kidney Trouble nml "Wenlf Itnrk.
Aligns of breakdown In health. Electrle
Bitters gives suro relief and Instlng beno
flt from Its use. 60c and J1.00. All drug
gists. Advertisement. V
Tho most dcslrnblo furnished rooms aro
advertised In Tho Bee. Get a nlco cool
room for tho summer.
Ono of tho six collogos for
women plncod in Class 1 by tho
United States Durcau of Education.
A thorough training nmld
congonlal surroundings and
under bonoflclal Influences.
Bpoclal advantages of a largo
City known for Ita sound edu
cational and cultural Ufo.
For Information address,
President Will am W. Guth
The FINE ARTS INSTITUTE
1020 McOeo St., Knnsns City. Mo.
Sohool or Drawing, Painting, Dlgu
and Newspaper Illustration.
Wrlto for Catalogue.
Plnlay Engineering College
All nrioctin Eng Inrrrtnf ; tnrtll "r
tlmi, mtctilotty In oprtilmni 4
tod nlcM irulo. rlnlir Ult.. 101b
Uil IndlUM. K. C Ho. Ait for
tililcmt A. Dunn Kit ma. v
Got anything you'd like to swap? Use
tho "Swappers' Column."
Mount St. Mary's Seminary
15th and Castellnr 'Streets, Omaha, Nebraska
ACCREDITED by STATE UNIVERSITY
Day and Boarding School for Young Ladloa. conducted by tho
Slaters of Mercy, nn Institution which alms at tho most thorough
education, a school not only for a flno education but for culture and
religious training. Tho education afforded trains young ladles to
become useful nnd accomplished memborB of tho homo circle and
Tho location, of Mt. St. Mary's Bomlnnry Is ono of tho most do
slrable in tho Gato City; at tho same tlmo being within easy roach
of the center of tho city and Us transportation facilities.
Academic, Normal and Preparatory Courses, Music
and Art, receive special attention. Graded Courses in
both Music and Art Departments lead to Diplomas and
Students under personal supervision of Sisters at all tlmos.
Sanltnry surroundings, beatttiful, woll-kopt grounds, woll-von-tllatod
buildings, good, wholesome, well-prepared food, contrlbuto
to tho physical wolfu.ro of tho studonts,
Uniforms may bo purchnsed in tho city. School roopons tho
eighth of Soptombor. For Illustrated catalogue and further Infor
mation apply to Directress.
St. Mary's College and Academy
Notre Dame, St. Joseph County. Ind.
(Two hours from ChlcnKo Ono mllo front Notro Dnmo University.)
Wisdom should rule in tho selootlon
of a school for your daughter. Col
loKlato Instruction should hrlnj: moro
than more knowledge of wools, faots
and forms, St. Mary's Ingrains In tho
pupil, morality, refinement, self-ro-llance,
with practical knowledge of
tho nrts, muslo, nnd' sciences.
Its Conservatory of Muslo, ita
Household Arts. Course and Its system
of teaching the' higher classics and
languages havo proved their vnluo
and efficiency through resultB of CO
years of oxperlnnre.
Moral atmosphere of the collego
builds flrmnesn of character. Addad
to this feature aro Ideal scenlo con
ditions which spur pupils to uthletlo
exercises which relieve tho tension of
studies nnd with Bt. Mary's course of
Instruction tho pupil Is equipped
rapidly for leadership In any Irclo
without trenching on mental or phy
St Mary's In cast upon tho bluff
The Directress, Box 162 Notre Dame (St. Joseph Co.,) Ind.
Conducted by tho Sisters of tho Holy Cross.
overlooking the beautiful 8t Joseph
Itlver. on Its own grouml of 700 acres,
painted by Nature's own artistic hand.
l our courses aro provided Colleg
iate. Academic; Preparatory and prim
ary, each specially designed to pro
duco not only practical knowledge,
hut thnt polish so essential to tho
rounding up of the young woman'
physical, moral nnd montal education.
Pupils' Interest In tho Institution Is
assured and their health promoted by
abundant means for exercising on the
Archery and Tennis Courts or Coif
T.lnkH, nt noatlng, Skntlng In Winter,
Walking Jnunts and other outdoor
recreations and by a well-equipped
gymnasium and facilities for ama
teur theatricals, dunclng, etc., a care
fully selected Library, Museum and a
complete Laboratory and other at
tractions. Parents nnd guardians who apprc
clato all theso Influences should write
(for Illustrated catalogue nnd full Information,.
Academy of the Sacred Heart
Accredited to the Uebraska
Boarding and Day School
for Young Ladies and
Condnoted by the Itelifflons of the
OMAHA, ... ITEBHAniCA
For complete Information, address
Popular School nt Wnnhlnttton Of.
fr.ra ts Ailrantnfre.
Trinity college, Washington, D. C, a
Catholic Institution for the higher edu
cation of women, offers Its advantages
to those who seek for solidity of training
In all Its branches The courses offered
to graduate and undergraduate students
are planned according to the best stand
ftrda of American colleges. Trinity Is
ranked among the first by the United
States commissioner of education. It Is
affiliated to the Catholic University of
America and has professors from that In
stitution In many of its departments. The
college I beautifully situated, with a
campus of fifty acres, and has many
ratural advantages. It has no preparatory
department. The school Is under the di
rection of the Bisters of Notre Dame
- STEVAN -
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
4313 Brsxel Bonis vard, Chicago, HI.
In the heart of Chicago's most
beautiful residence section.
Certificate admits to all col
leges admitting women. Twenty-fifth
year. Send for circular.
Mrs. Luella M. Wilson, Principal.
A CoLLEOEer Gmu
Offers the following courses:
Tho location is most beau
tiful. The grounds uro
iiinplo and the buildings
modern. A muslo hall
costing $50,000 whh erect
ed a few years ago. Thero
aro 30 pianos in daily use.
Tho faculty consists of
20 members. Accredited
to tlie Minnesota Ktnto
University. Tho I. Li.
Seminary is a Christian
school nnd model home at
a very reasonable cost.
Send for the now catalogue
Secure n room as soon as pos
Ilev. H. AliljKN,
lied Wing, Minn.
MOUNT ST. JOSEPH ?"r"nd
Chartered by the eg-lslatare of Iowa.
CONDUCTED BT SXSTEBB OS CHARITY D. V.
miiww i r- - MMMMMoaff"Miww
Collegiate Degrees, A'oademlo Department, Unlrerslty affiliation. Excel
lent facilities offered for tha education of young1 women. Conservatory of
Music and Art, Training Department for Teachers of Vocal ana Instrumental
Music. Domeotlo Science.
One mile from Sunuqne. Four and one-half hours' ride from Chicago.
Direct railroad oonneotions with Omaha, St. Paul and Bt. Xoufs.
Extensive grounds Tineries. rinely equipped building's, frontage HD0
feet. Private rooms. Wormal Course, Orammar Department, Dustneis Course,
Private pupils received. For Catalogue or further Information address
! 'W Stand.
KIOHTKIO.V dlfforont courses. Excellent faculty. Beginning and Ad
vunco classes In tho common and hlghor branches each term. A thor
ough business courso Including shorthand, typewriting nml bookkeep
ing. Hoard, room, tuition for ono juur or thirty-six weeks schooling,
$120. Term rates, S3. HO to $3.80 por wook paid by tho torm.
THIHTIIJTII ANNUAL SKSSION OI'KNS HKVT. 1, 1011.
Wrlto for Illustrated catalogue number ill).
W. H. OLEMMONS, Fremont, Neb.
Highland Park College
The Great Vocational School ol the Middle West.
DES MOINES, IOWA
KANSAS WESLEYAN BUSINESS COLLEGE
Tho Largest Collego in tho West. A business Train
ing in a Clean City. A position for Every Graduato.
Fair Tuition Free Winter Chautauqua. Stenotypy
or Machine bhorthand. illustrated Collego Papor
Free. L. L. TUCKER, Pres., Salina, Kansas.
! Glendale, Ohio
fifteen miles from Clncln
i natl, and C. H. & S. K. B.
YOU ARE NOT INFORMED
on the school question unless you have
read the Jackson University catalogue,
A book of 100 pages. Greatest school
and college prospectus ever written.
An education within Itself. Bent to
anybody for 25c In stamps to cover cost
of printing. Sent free If you are plan
nine to enroll In a business college.
Walter Jackson. Pres., Chllllcothe, Mo,
DUBUQUE COLLEGE Da&
(Formerlr Eu JoMph's collit
BoardlngSchool for Boys
HUH ikbool end Colltf Courxt ldlcs u
Dtctntor of Am. Becbtlor ol Letlere xaa
Dicheler of BtNuce dtcme.
I!lutrmtt4 Bourtulr and Culo Beat ot
It Is time to select a school for your
boy. The Nebraska Military Academy
offers healthful location, modern Tire
proof buildings, the best core ind In
struction. Good rooms, good beds and
good things to eat. Prepares for col.
liige and business. Enrollment has bo
eun. School ODens BeDtemhrr IRth Vnw
. Information, visit the school, talk to our
I patrons and address
B. S. BaYWAaO, Superintendent.
Ulteral Collefjlato Oonrswi, especially adapted
for High School craduutcti.
Preparation for ull college, certificate priv
ilege. MiinIc, Domestic Science, Kxpreaslon, etc.
All fees moderate.
Miss R. J. DoVoro, President
MILITARY ACADEMY, Lexington, Mo.
UnlUd FtitM QOTtniment rtl u one of the ten 'HONOR BCltOOLS." Member
rionu-i euiMM Auociiiion oi ntmon ena court. lour prepare for Colltgre,
LDiiimuti, miioiMi Acaaetmee or uutlneu. All etui'llii. New Ormneilum.
Swlmmlnr root located on genu Fe Trill, i mllee from Ksntte Cltr. illue
treted Cetttocue nenl on rtqueet. Addrete
TUB HBCHETAKY, 1IU WMtln(ton Avenue, LEX1NOTON. MISSOURI.
The Holyoke-Dox School fanrdEFrH
VJI1I re-opon Thursday, September 18, 1914. Clauses are carried
from the Kindergarten to Fifth Grade.
Telephone Harney BC54. MRS. H. 'JL, HOLYOKE, Principal.
Splendid Business and Trade School Courses
School practically all year. Enter any time. Vlporoui, thorough lnitructlon by Bpeclil
lit. Lowett tuition fees and Uvlnif exponno. A llmltod number ot itudenta can earn part
of their expenses. 2000 etudentt each year. Graduates In paylnir position! everywhere.
Macnltlccnt bulldlnus, fully equipped.
School terms open Sept. I, Oct. 12. Nov. 24, 1014 J
Jan. 4, Feb. 10. Mnr. 29. May 11. June 8, 1015.
New daiits formed each term. Students advance rapidly.
Collcrjcsi and Schools
llhopal Ailo Standard, Claailcal end Scltntldo
a.iut.1 ul III IS Couriei. Alto preparatory and
elementary preparatory courtea.
rVnimql Didactic. State Certificate, County Cer
llUrillUI tlflcate, J'rtmary Tralntns,
Fnnlnpprlnrt c,v" Electrical. Mechanical.
EUyilltCI 1IIU Alio one-jrear Telephone. Klec
trlcal. Steam, Machlnlit'e and Automohlle Mschhw
let's coureea. II weeUi' courses In On. Automo.
tile and Traction Kntflneertng. Sbop work from
ilpnfnrv A thorouehlr equipped College ot Ore.
Ul UlUl j tory directed by competent teachers.
MiicIa A Compltte Colleg-e of Mutle. Dano,
illUMC Violin, Voice, Orchestra, Hand, Chorus,
ilarmony. Mandolin, duller and Supervisor's
lourse tn Public School Music.
Domestic Science 1127
courses In Practical Cookery, Splendid up-to-date
Phnrmilisv Rularl,h.O.,rh.C., Pure Food
rllariuaty end lawe Courses. 1. l'raclllloner'e
Course end Extension Courses for l)rua(IMs. One
ol the Isrseat, best equipped Colleges of l'lurmacy
In tho United Stalss.
PnmmprPP Huslnese, Shorthamt, Telegraphy,
UUIIllIICrLt: penmanship and Civil Service. A,
Uuslneas College eald to have one of the finest bus I.
ness eachangeepartments In any college.
Manual Training gBV.,.!wa.5
courifli In Crpntry,
Anrlculture SfSSK', .ffSfl iSS&
work under recent state laws.
Ilnmp Cltnlv y'r tooo students have enrolled
I1UIIIC Ollluy in me Correipondence 8chool.
Almost any subject you with by correspondence.
Pvnoncoc Board, 11.11 to M.M per week. Tuition
a.AUCIiai.3 in preparatory College, Normal and
Business Courses, (11.00 a quarter. Catalogue.
Addrcisa GEOIIGE P. MAG ILL. Iretdent, Uea Moines, Iowa
College of Saint'Thomas
SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA
Under the Control and Direction of Archbishop Ireland
A CATHOLIC MILITARY COLLEGE
Collcglata Commercial Academic Preparatory
Careful Mental, Moral and Religious Training
Six Hundred and Eighty Students from Eighteen Slates Registered
Last Year. For illustrated cataloguo address
Very Rev. II. MOYNIIIAN, D. D., President
St. Joseph Veterinary College
of AktIo. I'ncxcelUd cllnkal facilities. Every year we hnve ttior mine-Ms for c-ur
graduates t un we run fill t 'r ratalojr, nnl full infornmtlcn nrtdress lP BUK
TON K KOUI.RB, Dean. 70 lylvanle bt. St. Joseph, Mo.
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