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The Omaha Daily Bee
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VOL. XL VI NO. 81.,,
OMAHA, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1916.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
AHEAD TO SCHOOL
Parents' Duty to Prepare Them
With Wise Counsel for
Their College Life..
NEED OP RIGHT SCHOOL
The hand on the clock of the year
has moved close to that point, where
the hour will strike for the opening
of the schocjls and colleges and uni
versities throughout the land.
It is a portentous time. And upon
the choices that are made by parents
nd children at this time very much
A wise choice backed by good
judgment, thorough analysis of the
characteristics and tastes and needs
of the young man or youg woman will
bear its good fruits through a success
ful and satisfactory year It is of
supreme importance that the right in
stitution be chosen for the future
springing of the young :dea, the con
tinued development of th muntal
moral and physical well-being of the
youth and maiden. For these are most
important years of the young man's
and young woman's life This for
Up to this time, in thm firct ttt
the years of life have been prepara-
Y'w " wcrc ana Jnn and Julius
and Mary and Mabel sm tn h i; tu
rn ore than the children they were
wncii mcy iirsi started to school.
It would hardly be juat to say they ar
little more than that In some waya they
nave advanced far In the formation of
wwk inrauiers. nut tneir lives up to this
time have been pretty much the same. They
have gone to school and the only definite
chante that has marked the years has been
the breakln of the trade school ties and
the entrance Into the halls of the high
Aa Important Step.
But now comes a great change, the most
portentous step that has yet been taken
in the life of your budding mari and
woman. They are going away from home.
They are breaking homo ties. They are leav
ing the city or town or farm, where their
own people live and are going to some more
or less distant place, where they must
stay for a week or months or possibly the
entire year before they see home again.
They are going, moreover, to a school
where very likely they will see none but
unfamiliar faces. They are going to be
thrown Into an institution filled with peo
ple they have never seen before.
It Is a situation that calls -for the best
that Is in the young man and woman.
Homesickness Is pretty sure to come. How
will they endure it? Bravely and sensibly
and hopefully, knowing and realising that
from such unpleasant things bravely borne
the strong character of the best man or
woman Is developed? Or weakly and wav
Duty of Parents.
Parents can do much to guarantee the
brave endurance of the first few unpleasant
weeks at the college or university. First,
they can choose a school which will be most
congenial. This they must decide for them
selves by a careful contemplation of the
tastes of their children and a careful com
parison of the advantages of the various
schools to which they might be sent. '
Then, also, much can be dona to mi
youth started right by a plain, "heart-to-heart"
talk before he or she starts away, a
talk expressing a parent's confidence in the
manliness and womanliness and Independ
ence and sound sense of the prospective
Thus the loneliness of the first few weeks
Is discounted beforehand and prepared for
and understood when It comes.
.After the first month the student becomes
adjusted to hts new life, forms friendships
and is beginning to become attached to the
school with that attachment to his alma
mater which endures through life.
i a ' AFRICAN CliBIOS.
and who Is returning to that Held. Hie
collection Is of Afrtcansources.
Superintendent Campbell of the Columbus
schools, representing the state dapartment
visited the summer school one day last
week. ' , -.
Miss Henrietta Raney has been chosen to
tha position of teacher, of mathematics In
the high school of Wlsner. Miss Raney Is
a sister of William F. Raney, who repre
sented the college as a Rhodes scholar from
Nebraska a few years ago.
Dr.' J B. Parmer filled the pulnlt at
Hastings last Sunday and the following.
Sunday expects to be at Hartlngton.
Miss Hazel Parks and rPof. H. L. Mo
Cracken were In St Paul last week In at
tendance upon the Interstate Prohibition
Oratorical association meeting, Miss Parks
to represent the colleges of Nebraska, as
she won at Bellevue the state prohibition
contest In April.
The July "College Outlook" has been
mailed to the friends of the Institution, giv
ing a writeup of the commencement, the
physical director for the coming year and
the conference which meets In the college
August 8 to IS. The August Issue of the
Outlook will be a picture booklet, showing
the student life and activities of the col
lege. It will be ready for distribution In
the course of a week.
President Crone and family are now
spending a short vacation In Colorado. 1
The buildings at the college are being
thoroughly renovated, papering being done '
and other changes being made, so aa to
put the school In the best possible condi
tion for what appears to be the largest
enrollment the college has ever had.
TRINITY COLLEGE. '
School Conducted by the Fathers of the
Third Order, Regular, of St. Fraacli
Roth boardlAr and day students are ac
commodated in the Trinity college at Sioux
City, la. It Is splendidly located two
miles beyond the city proper. It has new
buildings with modern conveniences. it
gives mental, moral and physical training
and commercial academic and collegiate
courses. The school reopens September S.
school of music for some years and who
has been on a fruit farm for the past year,
has accepted a position to teach violin and
orchestral instruments In the state normal
school In Ounnlson, Colo.
A gift has come from the estate of Ed
ward Whltln of Wbltlnsvllle. Mass.. of
15,000 for additional endowment of the
Whltln library on the campus.
Work Is being done this summer re
pairing the track on the athletic field. It
Is being cindered deep enough so that It
will be In condition for use even in the
A Democratic School.
The Toung Men's Christian association
began to do some educational work even
before the old building was occupied, lo
cated at Sixteenth and Douglas, on he site
of the Brandels stores. A night school with
a good enrollment was conducted for years
In the old building and many representa
tive citizens supplemented their education
In that way.
Dk. nf thm nartv All IIP ftttft flat directors
was Will Lockwood, now general secretary J
of the Toung Men's Christian association
at Shanghai, China; another. A. E. Turner,
a secretary In Chile. South America. The
educational work of the association received
a new Impetus, however, when the new
building at Seventeenth and Harney streets,
was occupied. From 100 students It stead
ily grew until over 904 were enrolled In the
night classes last season. It is a demo
cratic institution. There are classes adapt
ed 'to the needa of the man of very maer
education, while the unverslty graduate
finds subjects which appeal to him. A day
school will be started, this fall. Commercial
branches will be taught, but as there Is
need oher subjects wilt be added.
Doano College Notes.
Professor and Mrs. A. B. Falrchlld have
returned from a six weeks' trip In the east.
Much of the time was spent In New Haven
with their two sons, F. R. and N. P. Fair-
child, both of whom are teaching In the
economics department of Tale. The rest of
the time their visit was among relatives ana
friends In Massachusetts.
S3. Harold Geer, who graduated from
Doane In 1(01 and later from the Con
servatory of Oberlln, has been elected as
sistant professor of music In Vassar college.
R. JU melt, IM, wno was director oi tne
MOUNT ST. JQSKPH.
A College and Academy Conducted by the
" Sisters of Charity.
Mount St. Joseph college and academy Is
located at Dubuque, la., Is affiliated with
the Catholic University of America and char
tered by the state leriglature of Iowa.
Its facilities for the education of young
women are excellent. It has college courses
leading to baccalaureate degrees, academy
courses of four years, school of music, teach
ers' and supervisors' training courses In
school music, school of fine arts, teachers'
training course In art, department of house
hold arts and science, normal and commer
clal courses and preparatory department.
Its campus comprises fifty acres, with
finely equipped buildings.
In Connection With York Business College
Offers Wide Range of Study.
Three commodious and up-to-date college
buildings and a beautiful campus form the
material setting of York college and Tork
Business college at Tork, Neb.
This city of 7,000 people is a thriving one
and there Isn't a saloon In It,
The faculty Is very strong and' college
spirit runs high.
Van Rant School.
This long-established and splendid busi
ness college Is growing on the firm founda
tion of merit. It has a quarter century of
success back of it. It has Urge quarters on
the second floor of the Omaha National
The Holyoke-Dox school has been thor
oughly re-established In its new and larger
home at 634 South Fortieth street, Omaha.
It was formerly in a location on Farnam
street. Mrs, E. A. Holyoke is the principal.
Music and Art.
Conveniently located on North Broad
street. Philadelphia, is the E. K. Peal! Con- ;
servatory of Music and Art, where Instruc
tion Is gtv'tn on piano, clavier, grand organ,
cabinet org-tn, viola, violin, vlollncello flute,
clarinet, cornet, trombone, harp, mandolin,
banjo, guitar, slther, ukalele, tympanl.
xylophone, drums, bells, etc. Also the finer
arts are taught. There Is a large staff of
masters In the various departments.
Largest .Institution .la .Fairbault, .Minn.,
Has, Blxtoen Buildings.
Shattuck school isnow thirty years old.
It prepares boys for college. Recent grad
uates are now In Yale, Harvard, Princeton,
West Point and twenty-seven other col
leges. Physical training Is given under direction
of four cosohes. Gymnasium, swimming
pool and Indoor and outdoor tracks are
among the equipment. Military drill Is
given under a regular army officer.
MOUNT ST. MARY'S.
Aa Omaha School for Young Ladies, Con
ducted by the Slstors of Mercy.
Academic, normal and preparatory courses
music and nrt receive special attention In
this excellent school, located at Fifteenth
and CaBtellar streets.
The school Is not only for a fine education
but for culture and religious training. Stu
dents are under personal supervision of the
sisters at all times. The surroundings are
sanitary, the grounds beautiful and well
kept. The school is also easily and quickly
reached from the center of the city. The
next term begins September 11.
Civil Service, ,
The Chllllcothe School of Civil Service.
Chllllcothe. Mo., gives an education on
credit, fitting for positions In the railway
mail service and other government lines.
Spalding acaaemy is a noaraing scnooi
for girls at Spalding, Neb., In charge of the
The curriculum comprises primary, prep
aratory, academic, normal and commercial
Have You Ideas for Clothes 7
Learn dress design. Every lady who
makes, wears, buys, sells or designs clothes
needs this valuable ana rascinating xasnion
art courses. (Twenty lessons, ?20.) cor
respondence and day classes.- Instructions
In modern Illustration ana cartooning, Jjotn
sexes. 20 lexsons Correspondence Course, $20.
Day school clsenes In Phlla., $100 the term,
1 weeks. I' hila. Cartoon School, 932
Chestnut, Philadelphia, Pa.
courses together with music and painting.
A two years' course In domestic science
and domestic art will be opened In September.
NEBRASKA WESLEY AN.
A School, Long Established, t'nder the Di
rection of the Methodists.
University Place Is a typical college town
with all the college at moaph tire. It Is five
miles from Lincoln, Neb., and has frequent
street car service to that city. It stands
high and Is healthful.
This Is the location of Nebraska Wesleyan
university with Its college of liberal arts,
(ear horn' college, academy, conservatory of
music, school of tipruilan and oratory and
school of art.
Full Information may be secured by writ
ing to the registrar.
The International Academy of Music, lint
Farnam street, offers thorough Instruction
Llli.nl Art.. Hulls. Fin. Artfe
Horn., Economic., Oratory and Ea
presslon. BuilnoM end Shorthand.
Christian Workers' Coura.
with a degree.
PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC.
Pall Term opn. Sept IB, ltls. Send
for Catalogue and Circular, to
OROVER A. JACKSON, Seoreearr.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCI
ATION DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOLS
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC AND ART
I. K. PEAL, Li, Sao . croaa
1714 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Pa
Instruction uDon all instruments; also
Vocal, Sight Sing In a, Elocution. Painting,
Languages, etc. Write for Catalog. Dormitory.
Bar. E. A. Ford. Missionary. Gives Col
v lectlea to Hastings College. (
The college museum received a fine col
lection from Rev. B. A. Ford of Ong, who
was a missionary In Africa for some years.
T . n 1 Kroeger. Piano,
rflTfitt rark Nordstrom-Carter,
Voice, 66th -year.
Senior and Junior 'Colleges. Preparatory and
Qraded School. 'Certificate admits to Wel
lesley. Smith, Mt. Holyoke, Chicago and all
state universities, uxpression, vioun, Art,
Gymnasium, Dom. science,
Bible. Public School, Music.
Anna S. Cairns. Prs., St. Louis
on, violin, Art,
An Ideal private home school for Nervous,
Backward and Mental Defectives. No age
limit. Physical Culture, Manual Training and
all branches for the feeble-minded. Open the
year round. Terms, 400 to $600 per year.
A. BOLDT, Supt..
Blnghamton, New York, 82 Falrvlew Ava
Out of 44 roan- experier.es' offers REAL COLLEGE WORK In an IDEAL
Fall Courses In Huslo; Two-Year Professional Couraai; Two and Four-Year Teach
ers' Course., with Vint Grada Stat. Certificate
Information on request. WILLIAM O. ALLEN. Ph. D., President.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
The DAY SCHOOL offers instruction in the fol
THREE R'S OR ELEMENTARY ENGLISH.
The NIGHT SCHOOL subjects taught are:
Three R's -Arithmetic
Senior First Aid
Plan Read, and Estimating
Junior First Aid .
Voice Culture and Sight Reading
Full information regarding any courses or subjects will he
gladly giran. Address '
Educational Department, Y. M. C. A., Omaha, Neb.
THE HOLYOKE-DOX SCHOOL
Will re-open Sept. 18, 1916, in their new location at
' 534 So. 40th St.
Phone Harney 5654. Mrs. E. A. Holyoke, Principal.
THE OMAHA SCHOOL OF
; Henry Cox, Director,.
Announces a Special Summer Course
COMMUNICATE IN WRITING.
01 PATTERSON BLOCK.
SPALDING, GREELEY CO., NEB.
Conducted by Fathers of Third
urder Kegular of St. Francis.
Up-to-date Methods. - Mod
ern Conveniences. Healthful
Location on the beautiful Cedar
Courses: Elementary, Classical,
I EDUCATION Commercial, Agriculture.
" 'I Send for Catalogue.
Where Boys Do Things
Wentworth life satisfies the natural cravings of
healthful boyhood. Each day is full of activities.
Scholastic work is made "live" and interestine by
men in sympathy with boyhood. Theories of study are
made personal and practical in field maneuvers, flag sig
naling, field telegraph, telephones, bridge building, hikes,
Pleases the Boy
Satisfies the Parent
Here is the oldest Military School west of the Mississippi
and the largest in the Missouri River Valley. Boys are
successfully prepared for College, University, Technical
Schools and Business. It is rated an "Honor School" by
U. S. Government, the highest rating given.
, Scholastic Honors
The School has high Academic standards and is
noted for scholastic honors. Graduates are admitted
without examination to the leading colleges and
Universities. Boys who have lost interest in study respond to Went
worth life. Individual instruction by men teachers.
Reaches every boy. Unique, practical, effective. Supervised out
door life results in mental vigor and ambition. Physical fitness makes
mental and moral strength. Self control is characteristic of Went
worth graduates. For catalog address
The Secretary, 1850 Washiniton Ave.
WENTWORTH MILITARY ACADEMY, Lexington, Mo.
(43 Miles from Kansas City.)
uates now in
t h o r o ugh
' PHYSICAL TRAINING FOR
EVERY BOYi Four coaches,
gymnasium, swimming pool,
out-door and in-door track,
wide reputation for clean
MILITARY DRILL under reg
ular army officer. Rated an
Honor School (the highest
class) by U. S. War Dept.
SIXTEEN BUILDINGS, 200 aer.s, 11
xperieneed taachers, frae medleal at
tendance. NOT RUN FOR PROFITi Every
cent you par sees into tha education
of your boy.
Address box St.
Rt. Rev. F. A. McElwain, Rector
Mount St. Joseph College and Academy
CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF CHARITY, B. V. M.
AffUiaUd With tha C.th.He Unlv.ri.ty of Amiriei, Waitiing ton, D. &
Chartarosj by th LtfiaUtura of Uwa. .
Excel lent factlitieM for tha adueatlon of jronn woman. Collect Ooanaa of
four yaari, laading to Baeealaurcata Dafraat. Academy Couriei. four yaara;
School of Muiia; Taaeheri' and SuparYiaora' Training Couraaa in School Muiiet
School of Flna Arts Taachan' Training Courna In Art; Departmant of H out-ahold
Art and Science; rmal and Commercial Couraaa; Preparatory Department,
Fifty-acre Campus, pineriee, finely equipped buildlnga. Direct railroad connections
with Omaha. Sioux City and Sioux Falli. y
For Year Book, addreee,
CbUo$o o Saint Thotaat
""X UNDUL TSJ tXNTMI.6 HPJsCnON OP AaOtelSHO ISJILANP)
SAINT PAUL MiNNBSOTA
A CATHOLIC MILITARY COLLEGE
auras is an loxoi school it tm wa DiPAantm
CoUltitU CtnmmUl Jititmt fnesralery
Careful Mental, Moral and Rflbious Tralnlnt.
Seven Hundred and Fifty Students Prom
Twenty-Pour States Last Year
rot IUUITHTsD CATAtOOUS ADOUSS
Very Rev. H.Moytiihan,D.D. President
Lincoln Business College
Established 32 Year
A strictly high grade school, offering borough and com
plete courses in all commercial branches.
A Summer Normal Course
for training commercial teachers provides a splendid
opportunity to enter the great new field. More calls than
we can supply. New classes begin this week. Call or
write for catalogue. i
14th and P Streets.
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H. B. BOYLES, Prisl
Seeks Out Those Who Are Trained
Success sends Opportunity out to look for young
men and women. But Opportunity passes by those who
have wasted their time in wishing, and summons those who have made
ready. The business world has a place for you only if you are prepared.
Boyles College Gives You the Training
If you desire a position in busi
ness life, send today for Boyles
College Year Book. It will tell you
how to get it.
Boyles College Year Book treats
every phase of business training in
a way that convinces you of the ad
vantages of adequate preparation
for business life. It points the way
Boyles College will train you to
take your place in the big world of
business. It teaches you shorthand,
stenotypy, touch typewriting, books
keeping, telegraphy or -Civil. Ser
vice preparation for Government
mail carrier, railway postal clerk,
bookkeeper or stenographer.
Boyle College promises to place
you in good position after gradua
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CO gOOCl positions and. rapid advancement, tion, and a place to work for your board while
lm pages, eena lor it. . in echool, if you wish. .
H. B. BOYLES, President 1801 Harney St. Omaha. Nek
"An Accredited Commercial School."
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