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Mount St Mary's Seminary
15th and Castellar Streets, Omaha, Nebraska'
liny and Hoarding School for Young Ladles, conducted by th
Sisters of Merry, an institution which aims at the most thorough
(duration, a school not only for a fine education but for culture and
religious training. .The education afforded trains young ladles to
beoomii useful and accomplished members of the home circle and
of society.
. The location of St. Mary's Seminary Is one of the most de
sirable in the Gate City; at the same time being within eusy reach
of the center of the city and Its 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
Gold Medals. ...
Students under personal supervision of Sisters at all times.
Sanitary surroundings, beautiful, well-kept grounds, well ven
tilated buildings, good, wholesome, well-prepared food, contribute
to the physical welfare of the students.
Uniforms may be purchased In the city. School reopen the
eighth of September. For Illustrated catalogue and further Infor
mation apply to Directress. ' -
The Krhn of High Grade Work
and low Kxpense.
College of Liberal Arts, Academy,
Biblical, School of Education,
Medicine, Music, KxpresMon and
Art. Well-equipped laboratories
and good library. Tuition low.
Board at College Hall at $2.25 a
week. Kail semester opens Sep
tember 16. For free catalog write
William Oem-hger, Chancellor
Bethany (Ixtnroln), Nebraska.
Saint James School
Bsolnslrsly for boys 7 to 13 yrs.
Every rare taken In developing
the child; refining hi nature;
teaching correct habits of rnmlm t
and study. Manual and military
training greatly increase the en
joyment am! benefit. The, site is
a beautiful park of 8 acres. Par
ents are enthusiastic over th re
sults. Address for booklet
Term Opons Sept. 15th. James Dobbin, D. D., Sector,
or Mr. T. B. Jenkins, admaatr.
; Spokane High School Moves for
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igiiland Park College
Tk Great Voealleskal Scheel el the Middle Weak
School terms open Sept. 1, Oct. IS. Nov. 24. 1011 :
Jan. 4. Feb. 16, Mar. 29. May 11. Jane 8. 1915.
New classes larmef each lens. Stiaeats aevaaee rapidly.
- The. Induatrlst world If railing for engineers of ill Vlnrfs. Opportunlliei for good posi
tions andsood salaries for the young man fully equipped are greater to-day than ever
before. Take your fint lob a a trained man not aa an apprentice, Start at a Rood
aalary. Our irrariuttea are found In paying positions everywhere. Save a year'a lime.
Three-year couraea of 4 weeks caub are squal to the, four years st other oollcgea.
Machinist, Aufomoblii Maohlnlst, Chaufleur and Manual Training Counts
are euallflea to week aa a repairman In a garage.
Than la aim a apeclal all week.' driving euurie.
Manual Training feartt may eamnlalea In M
w.Wa. Im Ih. cltla and Urtf.r towna there la a
great d.mftna lor trv4ni manual training learb.ra,
and the ealartee paid are gooo, oeraglug at the
atari about iaa a moath.
. AlaoCIrn, BteetHeal. Merbanleal, Steam and Tree
The SlarhlnM Cearac la completed In i areeka,
ju!va!.nt to I year.' apprenllnhlu. Actual work
' on lathe, drill, ahipor, cburk. mflllng machine,
plama, grtnd.r and viae. Npaotal attention la
aoeuracy and apeed.
totoaeoall MarnhaM Cenrae ta at M week' du
ration, ud le the moat raniplete ever ollerod.
Qiullflee yon to tak. a poelllua in laotory ar aa
foraanan ut large repair ahop.
tinn RiimIiio Cmiimi ro-ordlii.t. with oth.r. In th.
Rnginrcrlng bepartmant. Complete eae-yeae
ta niwmi vrawiop
CbaalleOTCeamlarnirrpletemltweeka. Tnthat
tuaa watoack you how to repair aay ear, and you
Fally Equipped Repair and Machine Shops
The laiaeot end moat eomnlete erbeot machine ahnne In the Vnltad Statea, containing alt the neneai
apparattw. tool, and marhln.ry. School preotlrally all year, Enter any time. I..W..I lullloa I
Living aipau. about eita-haU thai ol Eaatara aehoola. Send lr Uluetrated oalalogue.
CE0B6E P. MAOILL. FTcoldcat ' Rlykland fark Cettegt, Dt HalaM,
(Xpis- rnp ROYS Vppar and
opal) OKIIS x.owar Bchoolg
Dffers exceptlolittl opportunity for
Individual training of boys In man
ners, moraU and rallarlon. Upper
school prepares for colleen. Lower
school fur Hmail boys with very enre
fnl supervlMlon. Uooii equipment.
Kxtennlve rnmpiiH. I)ymnhim and
teiinln courtn. i'hyalclan, niirio and
atheletlc coach malnlHin health. Has
morn advantages than the homo plun
achool. Total oharffs WOO.
Catalog; ,olreK
Prlaolpal of It. Martin's, laUna. Xaa.
Rockford College (or Women
noniixmn. Illinois.
Aooredlted to the Worth Central As
sociation, Derreeg of A. and B.
a. Broad culture, with elective ooa
Clonal oourgeg that fit for life and
for self-support. racnlty la eloso
touch with the gtilg. ohosaa body of
students. Health aad safety para
mount. Vur air, pure artealan
water, fine oampua. Maw flrapvoof
dormitory, nlectrlo light, steam asst.
Oood table, Oatalorue, Boa X.
JULIA B. IUUIVER, Pa. P.. LL. D. Pres.
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RT. REV. GEORGE A. BEECHER, D. Biihop of Weatern
Nebraaka, Preaident.
An accredited school, preparing boys for entrance to colleges and universities.
Fireproof buildings with new and modern equipment. Gymnasium, built last season.
Swimming Pool New Heating Plant being installed. Every boy given personal
care and attention. Lower and upper school covering all grades. Each boy graded
according to his proficiency in each study. Manual training:, agriculture, practical
mechanics, business course, penmanship, languages, etc. SPECIAL INSTRUCTION
EXPENSES: Boird, iDom, heat, light and tuition, three hundred and fifty dol
lars ($350) per year. . .
School opens September 15th. Catalogs sent upon application. Address
Kearney, Nebrnskn
Met-tlng the demand for lpea study out
r.l!o of thV school room, the ripokane
Monrd of Kduiutlon has dccljed to
lengthen the hours of attendance In the
high schools thrre-quatlers of nn hour.
Commencing In rieptemher the high,
( hools will convene at 8:30 a. m., In-j
nlead of aa formerly, and will close!
ni 2:46 p. m.. Instead of 2:'M. In a state-'
ment regarding the change Superintend-1
ent Bruce M. Watson said: "Thin
schedule provides for aeven school periods
per day inetead of six, aa formerly. It
does not contemplate mora subjects or
heavier programs for pupils, nor gener
ally for teachers. The seven-period sys
tem makes pottnlhle a school program
curing for the numerous activities of s '
complex high achool organization to bet-1
ter advantage thsn the six-period plan.
It also enables a pupil to chooso his
program' to better advantage. The new
plan gives every pupil one more period
for study In school under conditions bet
ter for study thsn most homes afford,
nnd also affords better opportunities for
consultation between pupils and teach
ers." Tome School for Buya.
Mr. C. W. Stryker has been elected to
the head of the history depsrtment Inj
the faculty of the Tome school for the
coming year. Mr. Stryker formerly held
a similar position at St. John's college,
Annapolis, Md. Since his reelgnatlon
there he was for a year acting professor
of economics at Kenyon college. Gam
bler, C.sfter which he spent a year In
histories! work at Columbls university.
Mr. Btryker la a graMuate of t'nlon col
lege. He received his master's degree
from St. John's In and also received
the same decree from Columbia on the
completion of his work there.
Pacific 1 nltarlan School.
The Pacific l.'nitarlan School for the
Minlatry at Berkeley, Cal., has Just com
pleted its tenth year. It has recently had
bequeats anil gifts amounting; to over
:S0,(W0. and plans at an early date to
erect nt'W buildings and enlarge Its fac
ulty. The school pays especial attention
to eoclul applications and offers, among
others, cournes on municipal civics and
International peace.
Rronnrll Hall.
The fifty-first year of Brownell hall,
Omaha, v. Ill open on Wednesday. Septem
ber 23. The principal. Mlsa John.son, has
already returned from her vacation In
the east and may be Keen at any time.
Miss Rathlon, director of the Junior
KChool, with her asslntant. Miss Baker,
have Just completed a most inspiring;
summer session at Teachers' college,
Columbia university. Miss IJlxon, head
of the English department, and Miss
Horks, tnatruetor of domestic science, are
still ut the Vnlversity of Chicago sum
mer session. Mllo. Andle. is traveling In
the Orient. Fortunately none of the
Brownell hall faculty were in Europe
Some anxiety, however Is felt as to
whether Mis Sophie Nalmska can arrive
The Van Sant School
Complete Courses
DAY SCHOOL 9:00 to 4:00.
NIGHT SCHOOL-Tuesdays and Fridays, 6:15 to 9:15.
Day School: $15 first month; $10 thereafter; books
$2.65; stationery about 50c a month.
Night School: $5 a month; looks $2.65; stationery
about 25c a month.
lone C. Duffy, Owner and Mgr. Employment Dept.
Elizabeth Van Sandt, Principal Shorthand Dept.
Marie A. Mackin, Teacher of Shorthand,
(Leave of absence one year.)
Florence L. Hathaway, Teacher of Shorthand.
Mabel C. Allison, Teacher of Typewriting and Mgr.
Copying Bureau.
Kate A. McHugh, Teacher Constructive English.
Douglas 6647.
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riftaan milas front Clnctn
aatl, and C. K. ft S. R. B.
rounded 1B63.
Liberal I'ttllrgiato Ckiurses, especially adapted
fur High School fraduatea.
Diploma icranted.
Preparation for all rolleges, certificate priT
ileKea. Music, Domestic 8 ient e, Expression, etc.
Ail fees moderate.
Miss R. J. DeVore, President
The Holyoke-Dox School JSS SSES,
Will reopen Thursday, September 18. 18H. Qasses are carried from
(he Kindergarten to Fifth Grade.
Telephone Harney 5651.
MRS. E. A. HOLYOKE, Principal.
Pacific Unitarian School RV.?."ffiS?K?T-
Trains students In the atmosphere of liberal and utrdna-mattc religion for efficient
aervlce in the Minlatry. offers nearly 100 coursea In 8 different drpartmenta of
stuiiy. Additional opportunities at the t'nlverally of California Next term heKina
Au. J i. For further information and Keg-tater, aritdreas Tree. Barl M. Wilbur, D O
St. Joseph Veterinary College
Modem t years' course laad
ina; to tha degree of D. V. M.
of Aerie. Unexcelled clinical faellltlea Every year we have more requeaia for our
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TON R. ItCKJtRS. Dean. 707 Sylvanla St St Joaeph. Mo
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from Vienna. Mlsa Xolmeka is a Polish
lady, who was to assist Miss Weeks, di
rector of music.
Nebraska Military Aradeanr.
This school, located just outside of Lin
coln, where it has all the advantages of
city facilities with tho quiet of the coun
try, offers exceptional attractions and
advantages to thope who are looking; for
a select school for boys. It provides In
addition to tho most efficient "f mental
training, moral and physical lemons that
are of Inestimable value to the growing
boy. It fits for the higher institutions
of learning, and turns out manly boys.
So that all available Information con
cerning the school and its wot!; may be
furnished, has published a register, that
is not only complete In the matter of
Information given, but If a very artistic
book as well. This may be had on ap
plication to the rommandent.
Kramer Military Academy.
Rt Rev. George Allen Beocher. V. D.,
bishop of the diocese of western Ne
braska, is now president of tha eKarney
Military academy, and la giving it tho
care and attention he customarily be
stows on any undertaking that engages
his attention. It Is an accredited school
for the preparstion of boys for college
and university courses. In addition, it
affords excellent moral and physical
training. The scool is well established,
finely located, and has befn successful.
A letter to the president will bring in
return any detailed Information that may
be required.
St. Bcrchman's Day Academy.
This well known school will soon' open
for another year ot Its active work, tills
time with the addition of kindergarten
department, where tht; little tots can be
cared for. Sr. Berchman's makes no
extra charge for singing, fancy work,
elocution, French or German. Hoys un
der 10 years are admitted to the school.
Private lessons In drawing and painting
are given. While the school Is under the
direction of the Sisters of Mercy, no dif
ference of religion Is regardd in th
training of the pupils. .
Via last School of Stenography.
Miss Kate McHuch has aueht over
twenty years In the Omaha High school,
seventeen of which were as head of the
English department, the last three as
I principal of the school, from which posi
I tlon ah retired In June of this year,
j She is president of the State Teachers'
I association for the current year. Miss
McHugh will lecture to morning
classes In the University of Omaha, and
teach constructive .English two after
noons a week In the Van Sant school.
Jackson I nlveraltT.
The Jackson University of Business at
C'hillcothe. Mo., Is a compromise between
the standard bualnesa college and the
higher Institutions of learning. It affords
young men and women a combined clas
sical and business course, which Is some
thing no other school offers. The school
Ij well located, has fine quarters and
Piesents some very attractive features to
those who are looking for practical train
ing in connection with polite lea'-ning.
Walter .1. Jackson is the president.
lotaer University.
At the last meeting of the executive
committee several new teachers were
elected. Ml?s Norma Jefferis of Chicago,
III., was chosen as head of the expression
department. Miss Jefferis is a graduate
of tho Columbia School of Oratory of
Chicago. She also spent two years under
R. E. Pattlson Kline In voice and public
speaking, and with Mrs. Klla Wilson
Smith in repetoire and coaching. She is
a graduate of the Spokane (Wash.) High
school and the Cheney State Normal.
Prof. Karl F. Walker was elected to
the chair of chemistry and physics. Mr.
Walker Is a graduate of the Nebraska
Wesleyan university. 1909. taught In the
Friend High school, 1910-11. During
During the lsst two years he has been a
graduate student and assistant teacher
In the department of chemistry In the
Nebraska State university.
Mrs. Mary Hart of Elmwood, Neb., has
been chosen as matron for the college
boarding hall for thla coming yesr. Mrs.
Hart Is a woman who has had much ex
perience along this line of work. She
takes Mrs. L. M. Reddlck's place, who
resigned the position at the close of the
college year.
Church Smiley of Shubert. Neb., has
been chosen to act as private secretary
for Chancellor Oeschger the coming year.
Mr. Pmiley will he In the university as a
student. He comes with considerable
experience to his credit, both as a teacher
and a bookkeeper in a bank. The work
In the chancellor's office has been in
creasing so that v additional help was
Prof. Bush is conducting a summer
class in the history of philosophy. There
are a goodly number enrolled In It.
Chancellor Oeschger spent Friday night
In Peru, and Sunday at Severance, Kan.
Tuesday nigl't lie will lecture at Burch
srd. He will make short visits at Falls
City and Salem, Neb., while on this trip.
Prof. Milo Keith, who wss compelled
to give up teaching for a year on ac
count of Illness, has so far recovered as
to be able to take up his work again this
year. He wi:i teach Greek. He ts spend
ing his vacation at the present time at
Nortlifield, Minn.
Chancellor and Mrs. Oeschger eater
talned Mrs. II. G. Wilkinson and daugh
I ter. Wenona. at a 6 o'clock dlnnet
Wednesday evening. Miss Wenona wil
leave In a week for China. She will sal
on the steamship Siberia. Her destina
tion is Nankin, where she will teach Eng
lish In a girls' school the coming year.
Academy of the Sacred Heart.
This select boarding and day school for
girls, with a kindergarten department,
has been refitted and refurnished, and is
ready to open Its new year under the
brightest of circumstances. It Is accred
ited to the University of Nebraska, which
speaks highly of its scholastic merit Th
school Is conducted by the Bisters i f the
Sacred Heart. The mother superior will
gladly furnish further Information. It
Is located at Thirty-sixth and Burt
streets, Omaha.
University of Omaha
There is NO NEED TO GO AWAY from home for advantages of higher learning
ami practical education. The University of Omaha is kvated in the city limits, on a
main thoroughfare of the city, and within 5-oent street ear fare of all parts of the city.
1 Collegiate, with thorough courses lead
ing to Bachelors' Degree in Arts ami
2 Preparatory Department, preparing for
entrance to college and to Professional
ami Technical.
S-Horne Economics. Cookery, Garmeut
mnking, Home Deooration.
4 Art; Drawing. Painting, Decorating
Work in leather, etc.
5 Normal Department, with courses lead
ing to First Grade State Certificate.
6 Omaha School of, Law. Xight classes.
Courses leading to L. L. B. degree.
7 Extension Work. Xigbt classes in var
ious Collegiate, Preparatory or Profes
sional branches of Btudv.
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Only Catholic Military School la the
Vnlteel Statea.
The College of St. Thomas, St. Paul.
Minn., has the distinction of being the
Only Catholic military college In the
United States. With a view to combin
ing all that is best In Catholic colleges
with ail that is best In military schools,
th college authorities Introduced nine
years ago the distinctive features of
schools organized on the West Point plan.
The results have abundantly Justified
the wisdom of the Innovation. The moral
and religious training Is in th hands of
priests, who are set apart for the work
and devote their entire time and atten
tion to it. The military training, cover
ing not only th systematic physical de
velopment of the students, but also the
cultivation of habita of promptness,
obedience to orders, neatness and good
manners, is In the hands of an officer
of the United Statea army detailed by
the secretary of war for work exclu
sively in the college. As the military
system Is based on honor and demands
a high sense of honor, it is admirably
adapted to develop an exceptionally fin
typ of character.
The new armory, which Is now la
course of construction, and will be ready
for occupancy In September, emphasises
the remarkable growth of th college.
Fourteen years ago a single building
constituted the college; today six mod
ern, commodious buildings, erected at a
cost of nearly HOO.OOi', afford ample ac
commodations for the students who
throng to the college from upwards of
eighteen states. With the erection of
each building came an increase In at
tendance. Last year C78 students were
registered. Tha training of this splendid
body of students was committed to th
charge of thirty-two professors, priests
and laymen, chosen under ArchblshoD
Ireland's direction for the great work of
the college which he founded and fo.
; The college has four departments. Th
; college proper offers a four-year court
leading to the Bachelor's Degree of Arts,
.-deuce and Philosophy The academic
department presents alt th studies of a
well equipped high school. In the depart
ment of commerce a training is given
In the arluua branches of business, spe
cial attention being paid to thorough
ness and accuracy. The students of thla
department have each year th advan
tage of a series of lecture given by the
most succeasful men In the professional
1 and business world of St. Paul and Min
neapolis. The primary department ta or
ganised to meet the needs of young boys
and of those who. through some defet
in their previous training, are not quali
fied to enter on academic or commercial
St. Thomas' owes Its marvelous success
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