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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JULY 24. 1916.
Mount St. Mary's Seminary
1 15th and Cattellar Streets, Omaha, Nebraska.
ACCREDITED BY STATE UNIVERSITY
" Day and Boarding School for Young Ladles, conducted by the
Sisters of Mercy, an institution which aims at the most thorough
education, a school not only for a fine education, but for culture and
religious training. The education afforded trains young ladies to
become useful and accomplished members of the home circle and
of society. ......
The location of St. Mary's Academy is one of the most desirable
in the Gate City; at the same time being within easy reach of the
center of the city and its transportation facilities.
Academic, Normal and Preparatory Courses, Music
ad Art, receive special attention. Graded Course in
both Music and Art Departments lead to Diplomas and
; ' Students under personal supervision of Sisters at all times.
Sanitary surroundings, beautiful, well-kept grounds, well venti
lated buildings, good, wholesome, well-prepared food, contribute to the
physical welfare of the students.
Uniforms may be purchased in the city. School reopens the
Eleventh of September. For illustrated catalogue and further in
formation apply to Directress. v
ONE OF GREATEST
Faculty, Number of Students
and Buildings Put It in
the Pirst Bank.
GREAT GROWTH IN DECADE
When the great educational insti
tutions of this country are named,
the list is not .complete without the
name of the University of Nebraska.
It has grown from a small institu
tion a few years ago to one of the
greatest both in standard of its fac
ulty and the number of its students
It has doubled the size of its cam
pus and number of Its buildings in
the last decade.
Nebraska ii iuatly proud of Its lUti uni
versity. No other state can look down upon
It In tha matter of equipment, high eten
dardi of acholarehlp, number of studenta
or any of the othr standard, by which
groat educational Institution are measured.
Within tha laat decada It has at least
doubled Ita oaoaclty and Its faculty and
tha number of students la conalantly Increas
ing until today they number Into tha thou
sands, lut faculty U mada up of tha men who
xperienced Advertisers Always Use THE BEE
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SYNODICAL COLLEGE, ""on, Missouri
A FULLY ACCREDITED JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR GIRU.
A distinctly college for pjrlrle. Ita purvoea It to prepare or Ufa. Tha highest aim U tha development of eharaeter and the
impartation of eultura.
Many of tha moat prominent and useful women In tha Stat, tralnad and educated at Synodic.! Collasa, attaat to Ha mora
than 40 years of sueeaaaful hiatory. 7
Literary Faculty composed of A. B. ana A M. Graduates of tha leading Institutions of tha country, teachers qualified be
yond question Bat only In scholarship but m Christian character and Influence and by successful experience.
Special cranes la Flana, Voice, Violin, Art, Domestic Art, Domestic Science, Oratory and Fhyaical Culture under Specialists
trained by the Hectare la their Departments. -.
All student activities. Literary, Social and Athletic, Sourish and an enoouragsd under tha proper limitations. -
Far eautlluSy Illustrate CataUfisa Addrwsi
JOHN JAMES, President
art famed throughout tha country and nme
ot them ail over th worm, noma or mem
art tha author of taxtbooka that ara In uaa
In many of the eastern Institution.
No unlverelty baa finer building and few
have mora building than the Untvenlty of
It include! schools and college, a fol
The graduating; college, the college or arte
and iclencea, the teacher' college, tha col
lege oi agriculture, tne college or engineer
lna. the colleae of law. the college of medi
cine, the college of pharmacy, the achool of
commerce, the achool of fine arte, the school
of agriculture and the teachers' college high
It la thoroughly co-educational and as
open to women as to men. which is a point
In which it diners from most or tne oiar
uni vanities, some of which ara entirely
closed to women, and others of which allow
to take only certain courses.
Famona School for Girls Entering L'pos Its
During the civil war, In 1188, Brownell
hall was established In the than village of
Ita founder. Bishop Talbot, designee it to
be a church school for girls. Much of the
money required to found It was raised In
the Episcopal diocese of Connecticut, and In
recognition of thla fact It was named In
honor of Thomas Church Brownell, third
bishop of Connecticut.
It Is primarily a boarding and day sohool
for stria and youna women, but haa also
an elementary department for little boys
nt vlrls. It nreoares Its students for all
colleges of the North Central association
and lor tsryn wawr, mi. nmgwa,
cllffe, Welles ley, Vassar, and Smith woman's
It offers exceptional advantages In house
hold arts, piano, violin and voice. Miss
Buphemla Johnson Is tha principal and
Bishop Williams la president.
FOB THE BOY.
Wsntwarth Military Academy Called
' School "Where Boys Do Things."
loeatd at Lexington, Mo forty-three
miiw i rum '
academy, where the practical as well as
the theoretical siae is iausm-
rield maneuvers, flag signaling, field tele
graph, telephone bridge building and so
on ara taught to the youths In a practical
manner. . , ., .
Tha achool Is noted for scholastic hon
ors. Graduate are admitted without ex
amination to the leading colleges and uni
Llneola Business College.
A nimmw normal course Is being given
at the Lincoln Business college for training
commercial teachers. . .
This Is a thoroughly high grade school
offering complete cour.es in all commercial
tranche, it has been established thirty
The Omaha School of Orchestral Instru
ment, of which Henry Cox is the director.
Is offering a special summer course in this
branch of musical education. Full particu
lars will be given to anyone communicating
In writing with the school which Is located
In tha Patterson block.
' Dress Design, ;
the Philadelphia Cartoon school teaches
dross design In twenty lessons both In corre
spondsnce and day classes.
Education on Credit.
The Chllllcoths Business college, Chilli
oothe, Mo., offer to trust student for tui
tion and board and even pay their railroad
far. It teaches bookkeeping, etenotypy,
stenography, banking, auditing, telegraphy.
It has four buildings and 1,400 students
"DAS OKCTSOME8 HAW.
Bearding House Where N Language Is
Spoken bnt German.
Madison, Wis., July SI. No language ex
cept Uerman Is allowed In "Das Deutsche
Haus," a boarding and rooming bouse where
some fifty students and Instructors at the
summer session of th University of Wis
consin are taking their meals this summer.
Only German songs are sung, only German
magaslnes and books are on tha shelves,
and many German dishes are served.
"Das Deutsches Haua' with Its Germanic
atmosphere, la maintained for students who
expect to teach German and need practice
In speaking It a chance to live In a Ger
man family where English 1 not spoken
at all. Correctness of diction Is Insured
by the presence of a Oerman instructor
at each of the dining tables.
Nineteen states are represented among the
fifty students, both men and women, at the
tables. They corns from Rhode Island and
California and many places between.
Twenty-five other applied for place at
th tables but there was no room for them.
Seventeen young woman have rooms In tha
house this summer.
"Das Deutsches Haus" was started by
the Oermanlstlsoh Oesellsehaft, German club
of th university, during the summer ses
sion of 1114 In the lodge of the Delta Gam
ma sorority. In tha fall money was do
nated by Milwaukee people for th furnish
ing of a permanent houss, and th German
boarding and rooming house Is run dur
ing the winter term as well as summer ses
sion. It manager and chaperon 1 Mis
Anna Esslnger of th German department,
and It is self-supporting.
Among those who live In the house this
summer are: Helen C. Blcknelt, Omaha;
Mary B. Cody, Sioux City, la.; Ethel Tay
lor, Sioux City, la.
An Academy With Many Adnatafe Lo
cated at Hastings, Neb.
This academy 1 accredited to the Univer
sity of Nebraska and to the Catholic unlver
alty. Its normal course Is approved by the
State Board of Education to grant the
bachelor of education degree. -
It has also commercial, preparatory and
primary departments, music, art, dramatic
art and domestic science,
Its location combines the advantage of
nearness to the city with the quiet of coun
try surroundings. The extensive campus
affords splendid facilities for outdoor sports.
Th new term open September I.
Splendid Academy for th Education of Beys
. Is Located at Llneola.
Colonel B. D. Hayward, president of th
Nebraska Military academy at Lincoln, is
one of the best known men In his line of
work In the country and the Institution of
which he is the head stand at th top.
It develop the boy In an all-around man
ner, bringing out his capabilities to th best
advantage. This Is done because of th
long experlenoe of the faculty with boys and
Its thorough understanding of boy natures.
It prepares boys either for college or tor
gymnasium building and girls' hall.
.It offers especially good opportunities for
students of limited means, the average an
nual expense being only flff.
The University of Nebraska
The University of -Nebraska includes the
following colleges and schools:
St. Vraaetg Academy.
The Slater of the St. Francis of Perpetual
Adoration conduct a achool for girls at
Columbus, Neb., whloh Is of great? merit.
Boys under 12 years are admitted also,
Course .ire given In academic, commer
cial and elementary department, music,
physical eultura, class drawing, painting In
oil and water, elocution and all kinds of
Forty-four vears of successful existence Is
the record of Doane college, Crete, Neb. All
college courses are taught. Also full course
in music, two-year professional courses and
two and four-year teachers' course.
Th Molier Vlelln school to now settled
In Its new location, lilt O street, Lincoln,
Neb. "Best equipped violin school In the
west," 1 Ita slogan. August Molser la
A co-educational Institution of high merit
Is Palmer college and muslo conservatory
at Albany, Mo. It has recently added a now
FREMONT COLLEGE. ,
A Big School of High Meals nd Beautifully
Located at Fremont.
A prettier campus than that of Fremont
collage, Fremont, Neb., would be hard to
find. It la a level stretch of greensward
within Quick walking distance of the center
of this prosperous city and yt th apaeiou,
airy ground ar as thoroughly away from
the business of the town that they might
be In the country.
The buildings are numerous and up-to-date
and the college offers eighteen courses
as shown by the large Illustrated catalog.
"Ton as a pupil are taught to save time,
says the president, t"to be economical and
tt.u. th riAwnr ntl fores Iff ht to gather the
kernels of truth as found In books, and to as
sociate these facts with tfts living iruin
about you. Our duty Is to develop you by
thorough, systematlo teaching; your duty is
to prepare yourself In the subjsct matter.
We are to find out through a process of
closs questioning th trueness of our Inves
tigation, to eliminate all error and stimu
late you to further mental activity.
"Our reserve fund Is merit, good work,
economy of time, hont effort, perfect de
velopment of true manhood and womanhood
and the elimination through acholasttclsm,
of vice and all its allies. W have no time
for frlvolty, basing, or useless expenditure
of energy of any kind. We realise that stu
dents enter, and parents send their children
her to be Instructed, not only In books, but
In the broader and better cultured walks of
life courtesy, gentility, honest effort, true
Industry, high motive, protection of virtue
and th leg Itlm ate rights of other. Believ
ing this responsibility to be just and right,
we, as a school, utilise every moment In
advancing, promoting and cultivating the
highest and best attributes in th human
oul." - ' -
- A BIG SCHOOL.
College ef St. Thona Is Under Direction
of Arehblihop Ireland.
A residence hall built at a cost of 1130,000
has been added to the equipment of this cot
leg, located at St. Paul, Minn.
It 1s a Catholic military college, classed
"A" by the War department. It has a
large and well trained faculty of priest
and layman. j ,
Collegiate, academic, commercial and pre
paratory department, th latter for boy
not prepared to enter the other departments,
constitute its courses.
Last year 70 students from sixteen state
wore registered. Very Bev. H. Moynlhan
Fully Accredited Junior College for Girls at
More than forty yaars of successful his
tory are the record of Synodleal college.
Special courses are offered in piano, voice,
violin. Srt, domestic art, domestic science,
oratory and physical culture, under spe
cialists who are master. -
Th. college U. excellently houaed In ae
eral up-to-date bulldlnga and Its Co lege
activities are conducted under aupervlslon
which gives the young Idea Proper acope
and atlll keeps tha youthful aplrlt within If
John James ti prealdent of th. college.
Tha fall term of Hillsdale collage, Hills
dale. Mich., opena September II. It leaches
?h. liberal irtt. mwlo, fine arte. horn,
cconomlca. oratory and ewreealon. ILh
bustneac and shorthand course, and fhrls
tlan workers' curaa.
Th. local branch of the Chrlatencen School
of Pwuter Mucus , at m Cuming ctrcet.
Th..;P.ch"w.re established l Chi cagoln
10I by Ax.l Chrlst.nsen. "Caw of Baa
llme." Ragtime piano playing la taught to
from ten to twenty leseona. ,
roureea In votcc, piano, violin, ' etc., nr.
oft."? by the Hadiey School of Mualo. Inc..
It which Orant Hadley 1. dlror. I l Chi
cago. Organising and coaching, eompanie.
for Urocum work la a apeolalty.
Spalding College. '
"Whar. your boy et a thoruogli and
...... ... ...... ... uliurv m.FCTOIt.
ins nauLai muul ur muoit, inw-weni i , " -----
Oltera advance couiwa In V.lce, Piano, Violin, Dtamatlo Art, .to. uUy' "
teechere. We prepare ctudenta as teachers In College, and all line; of n'
Positions. We orianls. and coack eomnanlee for lyceura work. W. glv. our pupus
many onoortunltlea to idbmt la nubile. Dlnlamaa and Degree. Racttale Mid loiuroe
--' 1 k-n .... J -a. an, time. Term.
Addrww Hadley School, Dept. . It I. Jackson, Lyon Healy Bldg,. Chicago. 111.
THE GRADUATE COLLEGE A four-year course
leading to Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy. Work
may be pursued without reference to a degree.'
THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES A four
year course leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts or
Bachelor of Science.
THE TEACHERS COLLEGE A four-year course
leading to the Teachers College Diploma. Students regis
ter In this college in the Sophomore year at the same time
retaining identity in another college of the University
which grants the degree of Bachelor of Arts or of Science
simultaneous with the granting of the Teachers College
Diploma by the Teachers College. Thus, throughout his
Sophomore, Junior and Senior years the student is regis
tered in two colleges. ,;-, , '
THE COLLEGE QF AGRICULTURE Includes gen
eral agricultural, and general home economics groups.
' A four-year course leading to the degree of Bachelor of
Science. Also a two-year course in Agriculture.
THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING A four-year
course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in
Engineering, Agricultural, Architectural, Civil, Electrical,
Mechanical. ' Also a six-year - Academic-Engineering
THE COLLEGE OF LAW A three-year course lead
ing to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. One year of aca
demic work in addition to full entrance is required for ad
mission to this college. . Also a combined Academic-Law
cpurse 'leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts in four
years, and to the degree of Bachelor of Laws in six years.
Work is also offered leading to the degree of Doctor of
Jurisprudence. - ; '.!;,.:
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE A four-year course
in Omaha leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine.
A six-year course leading to the Bachelor's degree and
tne degree of Doctor of Medicine, the first two years
being offered in Lincoln.
THE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY Two-year and
three-year courses. Also a four-year course leading to
the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. . ,
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
Course leading to the degree of Master of Arts and Doctor
of Philosophy and to the Graduate Teachers Diploma.
This school is a part of the Graduate College and is de
signed to prepare for the higher service in teaching.
THE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE A four-year course
leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts, designed to
provide vocational training for students preparing to en
ter business or allied lines of work. t
'"' THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS A four-year cultural
course, including the Fine Arts leading to the Bachelor's
THE TEACHERS COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL A high
grade school of secondary rank offering splendid oppor
tunities to a LIMITED number of the most desirable
students. Being the training school of the Teachers
College admission can be had only on written application.
THE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE A secondary
school training primarily for practical farm life.
ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY, Columbus; Neb.
A School tor Glrle, Conducted by th. Slater, ml St. Francis .1 ferpetuel AataratlM
GUARDIANS ARE OFFERED AN MCEnilwav. """""
for their children . practical Chrletlan education at Urate a.
u almost any family. Boya tinder 18 year, admitud. 1
TUNITY of securing for
low aa to ha available to
i . .... i, j v-i .nt.r Denartmentt
Music Fhyeical Culture, Class Drawing, Painting in Oil and Water and China, ft.
Allocution and all kinds of useful and ornamental naeaiewora.
Th. Academy la accredited to th. Stat. University.
Writ, for full particulars. Address, SISTER M. AONELLA, Superiors.
THE SUMMER SESSION An
primarily for teachers.
UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Courses offered in
many departments for which college credit is granted.
Work in this department may be taken to meet prepara
tory requirements. , v v'
The Nebraska Experiment Station, the Nebraska
School of Agriculture at Curtis, and the Experimental
SubrStations at North Platte, Valentine and Scottsbluff
are also in charge of the Board of Regents.
THE UNIVERSITY OPENS for the first semester on
Wednesday, September 13. ' One may enter also at the
beginning of the second semester (about February 1), or
the summer session (usually the first full week in June).
On any point of information, address, - ,
Why Should YOU Attend
YORK BUSINESS COLLEGE
1. Every day you attend will add $10 to your earning
2. Our text books are new and up-to-date, and our library
is adequate for research work. '
3. Our three college buildings are. commodious and the
campus is beautiful and inspiring.
4. College spirit runs high all undergraduate students
of last year are coming back.
5. York is the ideal college site of the world. It is situated
in the beautiful Blue Valley country, has a population
of 7,000 and provisions in the charter make it, impos
sible for the city ever to have saloons. -
6. Railroad connections east, west, north and south are
7. Our instructors all take a personal interest in the wel
fare of every student, and will furnish help outside of
the class room when such is needed.
8. We have selected a faculty of master teachers and offer
to the young people of America the very best school ad
vantages under the most favorable conditions and sur
roundings. " ''.'!;
9. You can enroll at any time in our Business Department,
and attend 2, 4 or 6 monthB a year till your course is
c completed. You can pay your tuition in advance, as you
take the work, or after you have a position if you prefer.
10. We secure your position as soon as your course is
THE HIGHEST SUCCESS is yours if you act NOW. YOU
DESERVE THE BEST, YOU GET THE BEST AT YORK.
M. O. MCLAUGHLIN, President
Dra.ct.ca1 education" 1 th way th merits
of Spalding college ar summed up. It I ,
located in apaiaing, ureeiy county,
bratka. and 1 conducted by th Fathers
of the Third Order Regular of St Francis.
It 1 healthfully located on the beautiful
Cedar river and offer course, elementary,
classical, commercial and agricultural.
What Some Graduate of This BusImm I-
tltutton Are Doing.
Harhert Miller, an elevator boy who TO
from a position paying $46 a month to on
paying $80 a month after taking six
mnnth.1 fAiiraA In thn Bovlfl COlleB nlffht
achool, called at th college recently and In
formed Mr. Boyle that he ha again been
promoted, thl time to a managerial poaltlon.
Having cnarge oi iwsniyiwu ino.
F. P. Sutton, a telegraph student, has gone
to Holdrege, Neb., to take a telegraph posi
tion with the Burlington.
Luella ana uiannaa luonenaen, two ixur
h. rrntlv flnlahed the course on the
comptometer and Burroughs rapid valculat-
ing mac nine, nave oeen given posum.. m
nnnratorn of these machine in the offices
of Swift A Company, South Side.
, Elisabeth JecK, a comDinea course grmaa
Mte last vear. ha received a promation as
stenographer for th Nash Real Estate com-
v Q, Lareen writes to Boyle college; "I
took an eight month' course with you In
shorthand and typewriting and at the end
of that time 1 Immediately secured a posi
tion with the National Cash Register com
pany. 1 have been with them for two years
and am now a salesman."
Ben Bauer was graduated from the Boyle
college combined course In bookkeeping and
shorthand almost a year ago ,and at once
was glvan a good poaltlon with the Harding
Creamery company. He haa risen rapidly
and a few day ago was selected as manager
of a new branch otllce nis firm is opening
at Hiawatha, Kan.
Clyde Green has Just finished his course
In the telegraph school at Boyle college
and has been glvan a position In the tele
graph department of the Union Pacific rail
road at Kanapolls, Kan.
Earl Hoover, telegraph clans of 1116, has
finished his course and ha been assigned
toa telegraphy position on the Union Paclflo
at Valparaiso, Neb.
Notable Institution for Women's Education
At Lexington, Mo.
Fifty-three acre of woodland are part
of the ouarter-mllllon dollar equipment of
Central College for Women at Lexington, Mo.
it la a Junior college accredited to uni
versities. Tuition Is low and Instruction la
thorough, while surroundings are homelike.
Its conservatory of music has the highest
Pern Normal School.
The summer session of the Peru Normal
will close July 37. The fall term will be
gin September 11.
The following members of the faculty will
take advantage of a leave of absence next
fall to do graduate work: Dean Mattle
Cook Ellis, Prof. F. C. Jean and Mary V.
Dick. Mies Bills will attend the Univer
sity of "Wisconsin. Miss Dick, Columbia uni
versity. New York, and Prof, and Mrs, Jean
will attend the University of Nebraska.
Miss Frances Tuthlll, who has had charge
of the physical training for women during
the absence of Miss Koch, has accepted a
position in the high school at Wichita, Kan.
The new Corliss engine and dynamo re
cently installed by the students of the
manual training department was UBed for
th first time last week. Thla dynamo will
furnish day current tor the science, manual
tralnlnar and horn economics departments.
The domestic science labtoratory Is being
fitted with electrio plates In place of tha
V An AH-Nlght Turn.
It was "somewhere In the North Sea.'
Bill had been sent aloft Just after darkness
had set In and was told to report It any
lights could be seen.
Somehow the officer who gav th order
to BUI clean forgot the patient "Ur," and
so Bill remalnad aloft for some hour. The
officer, suddenly remembering giving the or
ders to th shivering sailor, called out:
Bill Ays, ay, lr.
Officer See any llghtf
Bill y. lre. One.
Officer What la ItT
Bill Daylight, by gum ! Pittsburgh
A Strang man had been lent to pollh
the floor. His manner was anything but
energetic, and the lady feared he would
not polish them properly. 4 M
,. -..I. -, tht vnu understand
,the work?" she Inquired.
"You know Colonel B.' folks, next door
but one?" he said. "Well. I refer you to
thtm. On the poiianea noor
room flv persons broke thir legs laat win-
Mr an a iaay iiipeu """" ',""
sialrcas. I polUhed all their floors!
New York Time.
- People ar learning that a Httlt fore
thought ofUn avi them a big expense.
Hr. Is an instanc: E. W. Archw, Cald
well. Ohio, Vrltesi "I do not btltavo that
our family has bn without Chamberlain's
Colic, Choira and Diarrhoea' Remedy inca
w commenced keeping houi years ago.
When we go on an extended visit we take it
with us." Obtainable everywhere.
Bee Want Ads produce best results.
Founded in ISSO. A country school for
young lad!. Near Philadelphia and New
Yoifci Jay cook estate, 5 acraa Mtsa Abby
A. Sutherland. PrlncUml. .Montgomery
Oanty, Pennsylvania. "
ONB COL School and College Fagee
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ymi to par m out of yew taralnn
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