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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1915)
TIIK HER: OMAHA, MONDAY, AUC1UST itt, 1915.
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Young Women Take Vowt
Church Connected with the
VERY INTERXSTING CEREMONY
An Impressive cemnony In the church
In connecUon lth Mount Bt. Wary'
tudntir, Ch"Ttkc, la., took rlar when
tmo youn women were received Into the
order of th Servants of Mary and tlx
took th. final vowi. The former wera
MUs Laura Kslava or Hloux City and
Mlaa Koaella Kherldan of Cherokee. Tha
latter wera Pinters Mary lVtronllla of
tha Sarrad Heart, Mary Mildred of tlio
Holy Roaary, Mary Agatha of our Mother
of Morrows, Mary Bemariette of our Lady
of Iourdei, Mary Annunslala of the
Incarnate Word and Mary Paula of the
Folomn hlh masa waa sung at 9:30, the
Itev. William P. Deaninntl, the pastor,
being the celebrant, with llev. I'uthcr Mc
Cormlck of F:"ldon draroti. and H-v.
rather 8t hlllmlll-r of Mary Hill an i'j-deai-on.
Hev. Father Murphy of Klnua
Ic) wii mauler of rcremonh-H. and a largn
numlr of prleala from the lU'lKhhorlna;
parlabea filled the snn.tuury. The rm'jlt
was given the new noxlllatm by Itev,
John Uanlhy. B. J., delegutcd by the
Illshop of hlokx City.
At the ronclusloa of tha ceremony the
women o( the parlxh entertaJnod the
friends and relative of tho Blutera at an
rlaborMe dinner given In the Immaculate
Ileport says the summer school hold
at Mount Mary this year was of more
than usual Interest. The M weeks of
Us duration aaw many eminent lecturer
and profenors at the Mount, among
whom wero the Right Rev. I'. J. tiarri
jran of Bloux City; Rev. Alfred loe,
Trinity rollege, tloix City, Kdwnrd
Hornibrooke, M. D., Cherokee, la.; Hon.
J. K. Koater, Klate BusrJ of IMutntlm;
H. Sullivan, unerlntvndrnt of rlionl:
K. Ralley, Instructor of prlmm y inrtliol,
and many others.
letlo Inclinations aa well as cultural. Mr.
Hora.ee M. Wlllard Is principal. Qulnny
Mansion holds a high place among Amer
FOR YOl'SO LADIKfl,
Maaat It. Mary'a Heaalaary, Omaha,
( aadaeted kr 'latere of Merry
The location of Mount Bt. Mary semi
nary is one of the best In Omaha at
Fifteenth and Caatellar street. BpeclaJ
attention Is riven to academic, normal
and preparatory couraea, mualo and art.
It is accredited to the state university.
The students are under the personal su
pervision of the Hlaters at all time.
The physical welfare of the pupils la
given special attention and a aound edu
cation, academic, cultural and religious
Is the aim..'
The next term of the seminary opens
Scholaatle Krasonle AaWaa-
tagri Offered by t'ollene.
Rellevue college give full academlo
courses of four years. It claim laiportant
oonomlo advantages a, college education
at a coat of 20 a year for students, who
live near enough to go home over
week-ends; or f.S0 a year ,lv
at the college all through the 'college
year and of M If they board at home al
together. Uellevu la well equipped to prepare
Students for almost any career engineer
ing, law, medicine, plyical training,
teaching, domestlo science, music, art, ex
pressions, besides tho regular four years'
college course of study.
;ts location Is Ideal, on a lofty plateau
overlooking the Missouri valley and one
of the oldeat settlements In Nebraska.
A Telearaph ftrkool.
The KHnaas VeKleyan Business college,
at Hallna, Kan., gives thorough course
In telegraphy, rnllrosd and station work,
and the 1'nlon T'aclfle railroad guarantees
poaltlona to graduates. It offers also many
other advantages for this kind of stu1
The school haa a record of i.00 stu
dents who have won success. It has ;
free winter Chautauqua. Tuition la rc-i
onaMe and Chrlstlsn influences surrouml
School tilth Two Homes.
The Keewatln academy for boy con
duct Its fall term in Wisconsin, ami
when the wintry blasts legln blowing. It
gathers up Its faculty and student body
and file southward to the balmy breexes
of Florida, where the winter course of
study Is pursued. In the spring they sll
come back to Wisconsin again. The
registrar la In ITalrlo du Chlen, Wis.
Very Old Nehonl.
Missouri Christ Inn college. Camden
Point, Mo., was rounded In IMS, and Is
now entering It sixty-seventh year. It
is a boardlnrr school for girls, located xn
the electrln Interurban line between Kan
eus City and Bt. Joseph. It Is noted for
It faculty and the high grade of It
academlo courses, and Us low rates.
Coiner credits are accepted at full
value by the stntt university. It ha a
college of liberal arts, normal college.
Rtblloai college, academic course, school
of art. school of music, school of expres
sion and school of business. It also car-
ues on extension work snd work In home
Hvthnny, nherc the college Is located.
Is a suburb of Lincoln, Neb., and a de
lightful place to live. Cotner claims a
minimum cost of education with board at
I2..V) a week and rooms at DO cents to $1.
WKMTWOHTII SI it.IT . R V,
Widely Koovra a the School
Where Roys Do Thloas."
Just forty-three miles from Kansas
City, at Lexington, Mo., Is Wentworth
Military academy, where the acholaatlc
work Is mado "live" and Interesting to
boys. Field maneuvers, flag signalling,
field telegraph, bridge building, hikes,
camping and so on stimulate the physi
cal and mental activities of the atudents.
Academlo standards are high and grad
uates are admitted without examination
to the leading universities and collets.
Wentworth ts the oldest military
school west of the Mississippi dlcr. In-
dlvldaul Instruction la given by men
"Knrn more with less toll," Is tho
'logiin of Highland Park college, Des
Monies, In. It currlculm includes many
.liintts from the liberal arts to automo
bile work. Jt In open all the year round.
Located at HS Urexel boulevard, Chi
cago, Is the Htrvan School for dills, of
v.'hlch Mis. Luella M. Wilson is principal.
It fall term opens September 2.
Aesthetlo and social dancing are being
taught at the Hotel Rome by Genevieve
f -'.- -
i One of Nebraska's successful business
colleges I the Huntings' Business' col
lege. Hastings, Neb. Its graduate are
holding positions now In twenty-two dif
ferent state. Home of them have ad
anced to very high rungs In tho lad
der of burliicsa success. Its at minus puss
the government examinations for civil
service pos'tiona with h gli ratliiKs.
For Yuan- IIjjs.
llev. lr. James Iol)bliis Is rector and
Frederick K. Jenkins Is head master of
Baint James school at Faribault, Minn.,
a home school for boys, giving work
from first to e'.ghth grade Inclusive. The
school Is locetid on f ne grounds of eighty
acres. It Is now in its lUlecnlh successful
Forest Tark university In Bt. Louis of
fer Instruction of high order in piano
and voir. Senior and Junior college and
preparatory certificate admlta to all col
lege. Instruction ts given covering a
wide radge. Tim university Is now In It
a - At oaklaad, Cel.
In the beautiful Bun Francisco suburb
of Oakland Is located Mill college, the
only hvoinan'a college on the Paclflo
coast. Besides the standard department
it provides full training In home econom
ics and In gymnasium and playground
Qulncy Mansion school ' for girl at
Woilaston, Qulncy, alas., otfera u a usual
advantage to young women, I fere may
be found every opportunity for the de
velopment of feminine charm and ability.
The school I located In the midst of
must beautiful natural surroundings, and
offer opportunity for Indulgence of ath-
Nebraska Military Academy
YOCTl BOY must be propertly educated and developed. The NERRABKA
MILITARY ACADEMY (Ino.) I a aohool cloa at home, where vou can send
him and he aura that he get what you want him to have. Thla BCHOOL
understand boy and deals with them Indlyidually. Prepare for college and
business. For information, talk to our patron, visit the echool phone or
rrlte for catalogue. Address, ,
COLONEL B. D. HAYWARD, President.
IONE C. DUFFY,
Owner and Manager
Day School for Young Women
Evening School for Young Men
Entrance 306 South 18th Street, Osaha
Hauflalre, both In cinssc and In private
lesson. There are classes for beginner,
advanced pupil, children and women.
Hpedal attention la given parties and pri
In Historic garroondlnaa.
Ogonts, a suburb of Philadelphia, I
the seat of the Konlx school for young
women, founded In lfltO. It Is situated on
the old Jay Cooke estate of sixty-five
aorea. Jay Cooke was the Philadelphia
financier who supported the government
In "tight'' pine tea during the civil war.
Since It beginning In 1SSS, Waterman
hall, a school for girls, near Chicago, has
been under the same management. It ha
large brick and stono buildings, music
hall, gymnasium and large campus. It is.
located at Sycamore, 111.
At Manhattaa, Kaa.
The Manhattan Business college, Man
hattan, Kan., offers commercial, short
hand, civil service, typewriting, penman
ship, English, banking and court report
ing course. It also teaches typewriting
BARN W Iwslst k fnr SkMM ot af MfkMt
vatme I M4irr. r!filnMt of ymm Wtrj .
MORsI Tfcoranft.aMI f HHHue luiiyii oraug
WITM pent, Isiwt s4 atppOMafc lfeml arcs mee
HIGHLAND PARK COLLEGE
Oeerge P. Maglll, A. M t). D., PTMlewtt
Sea MeMea, lews .
wrta isiaalti fmsstf i nnltlilipsdsgosyt
HtMriM: MMlri MMAftyt SM Mt: MMMVi t
Boarding and Day School for Young Women and Girls
Fifty-second Year )x-ns Tliuixlay, 8eptrinler S3.
JUNIOR DAY SCHOOL for Girls Above the Third Grade
at 133 North Fortieth Street.
For catalogue, adtlrcis.s Miss Euphemia Johnson, Principal.
Lutheran Ladies' Seminary
Bed Wing, Minnesota
A ooi.i.roB res ouu i
offers Junior Coll, ffemlnsry Coqrw, Prer-ars,.
tory, Horn Beonoiny, ('frriirtliil. Art. Rlorutlon,
rune. Violin Voir. tirn, eighteen teai.hsrs;
DsauiiTltl lorstlon: mnnsrn bullntnsa: IA0.Se nuiln
hsll, with nw 000 pips orssn lualalUd this
tw. It plsnos. Hoard and luilloa. u IMt
Vr rr. Sand for arm catsloa.
MT. K. ULII, mad Win, acianeaota.
Mount St. Joseph College and Academy
OOITDUOTKD BT TBB BISTEBA OF CHABITT, B. T. X.
Affiliated With the CathoUo University of America, Waahlngtom. B C
Chartered by tha X.eglaUtnr of Iowa.
Excellent facilities for the education of young women. Collegvi
Courses of four yeara. leading to Baccalaureate Degrees. Academy
Couraea, four years: H.hool of Music; Teachers' and Supervisors' Training
Courses in Hchool Music: School of Fine Arte: Teacher' Training Course
'n A.rti lepartinent of Household Art and Science; Normal and Com
mercial Courses; preparatory Apartment. Fifty-acre Cainpua, pineries,
finely eiiulrped buildings. Direct railroad connection with Omaha, Sioux
City and Mloux Falls.
For Tear Book, address.
College of Liberal Arts
Conservatory of Music
School of Expression
School of Art
For Information and free
NEBRASKA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
University Place, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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ST. FRANUS ACADEMY, CoIumbu$, Neb.
A .School for Girls, Conducted bj the Klslera of Nt.
Francis of I'erpetnal Adoration
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS ARE OFFERED AN EX
of securing for their children a practical Christian education at terms
so low as to be available to almost any family. Boys under 12 years
Complete courses In Academic, Commercial and Rlementary De
partments. Music, Physical Culture, Class Drawing, Painting In Oil
and Water and China. Elocution and all kinds of useful and ornamen
The Academy is accredited to the State University.
Write for full psrticulars. Address SISTER M. AGNELLA, Superioress.
Prepares for college. Accredited to the University
of Nebraska. Normal Course approved by the State
Board of Education. Commercial, Preparatory, Primary
Departments. Music, Art, Dramatic Art, Domestic Sci
ence, under the direction of Competent Teachers. Ideal
location, combining advantage of proximity to city, with
the quiet surroundings of the country. All departments
furnished with every modern improvement in lighting,
heating, ventilation, and sanitary requirements. An ex
tensivo Campus affords every facility for outdoor sports
and exercise, so essential to the health of students. School
opens September 6. For particulars, address Sister Su
perior, Immaculate Conception Academy, Hastings, Nebraska.
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One of Nebraska's accredited schools.
Nothing offered except 'what can be tanght efficiently.
Collegiate, Normal, Academy, Commercial, Music Ex
pression, Art, Agriculture, Domestic Science.
TWENTY-0NE TEACHERS. ;
Every teacher a specialist in his department.
Every department growing.
has doubled within a year.
SATISFIED STUDENTS Our Best Advertisement
Fall Term Opens Sept 14, 1915
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TO WHOM THIS CONCERNS:
York College will refund the tuition and the railroad fare of any
student who enrolls la any department of the college and attends
faithfully to the work of the department for a period of SO day,
and la for any cause dissatisfied with the course offered or the
M. O. MCLAUGHLIN. President. York College,
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