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THE BKK: OMAHA, MONDAY, AlHiUST 21, lfllfi.
NKWS of S( :hooi S mA mi I j
BROWNELL HALL IS
FINE PREP SCHOOL
"U'llKKfc TIIKY IMIKKSTAMl 1IOYX.'
Girls Take College Entrance
Exams and Make Good on
NEW YEAR LOOKS BRIGHT
Several of the graduates of ,
Rrowncll liall took college entrance,
examinations tliis June. (ier-
a It! in c Hess f Council Illut'fs was'
suiTCSsfnl in meeting the require-1
inents of admission to llryn Mawr.
Miss Margaret Lcavitt took the New j
Plan Comitrehensive examinations !
for RadelifTe. These are the same as:
required for Harvard, and arc consid
ered difficult. Miss Leavitt was sue-'
eeslul in her work in Latin and
French and received a special com-'
meudatiuii. Two meinhers of the
Junior class. Miss Kmily Burke,
daughter of K. L. Murke of this city,:
and Mir?s Charlotte Rosewatcr. I
daughter of ('. C. Rosewatcr, took '
examinations in third year Latin and I
final Knglish. They passed them very
creditably. This proves the claim of
the English department that the work J
of the Junior class covers the ordin
ary liiR.i school Knglish requirements.;
the Senior work being an advanced !
Tlii IIiih IWen the Mokuii f the Nelrn"kit
Military Amttf my.
hraska Mtlli.it Ai utti iny. fit I.in-
llHOUIU'i'ft th" ilirillnK "f Ms
till Hi- i-otnfm: f.il! Irnn, is it
achortl hire itit-y uiiili,imnil lioy.t.
''i'liia M-lmul, 1 h.'iyh the iirlifliuil, "iimt-r -Hlitrxls
bo mid 1-;i1h with th.-tn ImhvWi
ually. Tli' Itoy inunt he piopi-il.v !.ip'ti
ami fiiiiru teil a tul (In- Ni'hm -Kn Mtlllry
At iiili'iiiy Is u (n'hitnl wlicri- m n-uU nni be
nine i h:t I lit- K''Ih v 1 i . i i th y w.uit I x i tit it
lm. . The Aftiih'tliy in'l'.iri s fin' i ol !(
ami hiiMlm-f s."
Kctirney .Military Annlrniy.
Thin fall lli. K.-iirn.-y Militun Aca.U'iny
h'Ktiis Its tw iMitj - fifi h y t-a r Tin it tin of
111- Hi'h.inl Im in urovtilt' ItiiirnUKlt liiniial,
moral mul i)t si. ,il train in: tur hoys I mm
NEW BUILDING FOR
Hastings College to Broader,
Its Work in This Branch
of Instruction. i
INCREASE OF 140 PER CENtI
i Trades Unions to
! Solve the Child
Labor Question ;
0rr.-si...ii,l..it. ..f Th. ' i it- .! r - I
London. July M Child l.iboi is ,
our ol the Mibu'tU loinlud npt-n in,
the annual icpnil ol th
elation of (rude union-piohlein-
lo hr solved
1 1 1 1 1 J. Willi
I'he report mv:
' I he management
Ki'arnt'y, In thr 1
five a.rt'H of Ihi
Mum an-l Kwtiini
" U-K"' jr oii l :i I
vv o mll.v
. ha ni.
v , rtniinn1!'!
I drawing. jtcrUulture
-'-mrul ("ollt-f-e fur Women, ii Jimii.r !-I-Ki
aerr.-.lllotl by h- I ' n 1 ve rst I of li
inurl, lumleit at Lexliitftini, Mil, predicts
lis tiio.st MH 1'Cful i'H I" ho; IntilNK III Sip-
i.tnti.T. r.ittral ( o i.t;.. in Li. -a hi irmly
lm a I I'll iiik) hits Co in fur la Me, Ixntn f 1 1 H
bit) Id Iiiks with nil mnilf i ii ciinvL'tiicticcH
Fif ly-thre aeren (if vo,.dhnul toa It tin- tn
stltuiloli a quiet. ln8)iialion:il M-im-il Iioiii"
Uternrv. neieiitlfie, mush-, ml. eire,)lir.
sinil ii.miet.tit' Ht'teiue niiirsen are otlVrnl In
111 aliuouil.eni.-lll made l.y . M Williams.
A. St., t. 1 , pri slrlent
.Hustings college at H.isiings.
: : i... ,
i huh i imimi iu mi's "ii mm '.iii'i'-e' ' never n useil lo eni)
house to b.' used nartieuarlv as a cot
(age for domestic science
for the domestic science will be that
followed by the best of domestic sci
ence school's, such ;ts t'o'uinlda uni
versity., l't acticu 1 work in house
keeping, along with ihe courses in do
mestic science, will be given. The
house will be in change of Miss Helen
llornaday. the nrofessor f domestic
science. This will give Hastings col
lege probably the most com-ilete do
mestic science equipment in
Ml I tie miliMt i,d pi
I'he planju'''i n 10111111 vvl" 1
Mill f II l IK w . . .OH I 1 !H
children m ugitculime un
creales nne of the hr-i
which will t et'tm e ui lent
be monstrous il the n .id
soldier l etitt ns to hnd b
rhiced u a bui tin In t w e
opportunities ol eni
vent such a euiasiroj
essai v lo pt.iM.i. i
school, lor i.itsin
Farnlly to b Mrenirtlimcrt.
Th" faeully if hr. wiiell hall for ISItJ-I
will ht tnu.'h tli" nnnie il Iihh been I
St. Frnnrln Aemlemj .
Sister ,l Ancl:i H UIIOllll.es tile f;. U
I upeiiiiiK if St. l-'ruurii Aratl.itiy at I'.ilum
i litis, XebrasKa, a M-houl fur mi'ls rnndiii led
by the ni.sters of St. l-'rati'-ls of IVnietual
. Atloratlnn, 'We oiler parents and miantlaus
i an exenpi tonal opportunity "T Ki'iunni! ten
j tlietr chiblreii n pntetical rhrlHtliin e.hn-a-I
lion at lernis so nv us to be available to
i almost nny faintly, " lates the
f-ral Important han(f'!. Slfss Alice W c si
l 'iillK up h'T private school in St.
.lnH-pli. M., find will have charge of the
i;it iTK-ntary Day sohonl on North Fortlr ih
trppt The Klotui'iHary Pay sch'tol ln
rluitew On; years from llrsl primary through
the sixth snidn. Physical tnilninK and
npitrts In both the main noliool anr th?
'i. in-ntaiy si hoal will be under tho charttf
fif Mips Mary Itonf vear, a pra filiate of the
Savant- Hcliool of Physical Training in New
York. Miss Elizabeth S. Sherman, a Kradu
fe of Hiidclirfe colltK", will ho Instructor
Iti fl'ttii'itt and assistant in Rnltuh.
Tiie loiirse of Htudy. in thn main school,
has been reorga nizcrl alilnft approved
iiioilern lines Into a .junior and nenior hlnh
p. hool. Collegf! preparation is a specialty
oi' thU lL'parim.'nt. Urownell hall girls
vill e.Mer Smith. 'assar, iind Welleslcy
tl-i ih!I mi certliir-atps from Itrownell hall.
In ihe Senior Hltrh school household arts
may !' elected In the last two years, The
p.l -Kt';i'iiial" courses offered Include, be
eid' . irk in niusfe and household arts,
a M.T.tarinl nmrse, with training in short
hand -mii sienoftraphy. Hieh school Kradu
lte: jhv t .it oiling for the pogt-graduate
Ihe roursep at St.
commercial and elf
of music, physical
painting and china decora t ion are main
Wontworth Military academy, at l.exine
ton. Mo. (forty-three miles from Kaunas
.'ltl is the oldeHt military academy west
of the Mississippi and the hnpst In Ihe
Missouri Kivr valley.
"Life at Wentworth satisfies the natural
cravings of healthful boyhood. Kadi day is
futl of activities an-! school work Is made.
Ini.-n-stin-r by ttn ii in s mpathy wii h hoy
hood. Theories of study nre made personal
and practical in tb l.l maneuvers flag signal
lug, field telegraphy, telephones, bridge
building, hikes, cumplnc. ei
The liitted Slates go vent nn-nt rales Went
worth as an honor school which Is the high
est rating given
in the state. It will a No serve to accommodate-
a number of iris w.ih
'oi'iits v ho could not secure rooms in
Alexander hall, on account of the
New French Tewrlier.
Miss Maud Sutton Ims been em
profeMsfir of French mid Spanish for the
comltifc year. Miss Sullen has specin I l.ed Ml
t...'b ill.-..' bran, hes In the lnlversh nf
South I'akota and in th- I'tiiverilty of
Mlnnesuu. She lias also tuluii special work
In the summer school at Moulder, t'ulo
Ml;;; Sullon ha1 hud exp.-i b ti. tea. hliiK
b..ih French ami Spanish in M-xIro for a
cuiipl" nf years, ati'l was driven out nlonu
wilh many other American teachers. She Is
proficb tit both lu her book kuoMledg.- and
in hel peaking nc'iialnt:inco wll h t hee
1'rof. I'unnliiKham, who has developed
th' d-'a ii in -ii I, a long with t h ierimiti,
will now de vote his out ire time lo the
u lllll. .
1 1 vmI!
in !n p.c
uiv lie re.
Its hit II
hildi. u lo
Ill) ll 0 HI
and lor nialan; llii-
throughout the coiiniry. Mull a potuy
w ill meet vtoleni oppnsil i- m li otu em
plovers who seek liivenile labor hi
cause it i cheap to ih- in. ,ililiou-;li n
:inmter who are enrolling tor next I - , ,
I he house will be modern in M,ni- "i-" "'' -'
mailer nismni.ini oi o.u uiuni-,
and they should miniedi.ileb seek an
educational program !ii Ii w dl re
I it-ve industrial conesu. n. ptovide
the children with a liberal cdn. .nioii.
and give the state a laielv incnased
an-ireKate of Kener.il knowledge ami
"It is freipienllv said dial mailers
concerning the education oi children
are outside the consideration ol ihe
trade unionibt; thai his c.-mem lies
only Willi wages and working comh
t if his. Korlunately the trade unionist
is wise enough to know that ihe JiiLI
competing against him inpu i.uilv a)
fuels both these, while the child ill
tramcd and growing into the ihouylit-
stingy coll-'ge, h a RtrotiB, growinii.
A I'liri.-tlati oile((e. that has had
H'l per int tncreast: lu the lust thr.-e
THeirraiih.v ( ollegi".
Th Chillicoih" School of TM(rrBphy
hoa-ls of more than ::oo sludents each year.
The achool is one of the lHrgest and best
equipped teleirraphy colleges in the west
and south. "No position, no pity." If th"
nntto of ihe school iind students are, per
mitted to pay out of their walary. after they
ha ve set ured positions. Station wnrlt and
block sjst'-m is tauKht, so lhal students are
lined to po diroct from the school Into a
Tho ('hiilii othe School of Civil Service,
rhillleotlie, Mo., makes a specialty of train
ing young people for government positions.
The president, in his announcement of
the fall opening, states: 'Students can at
tend on credit; we pay railroad fare and
permit students to pay us our tuition as
Ihe government tiaj'a them. In this way
we are able to reach a large number of
youn people w ho rea My are not prepared
to stand the expense of attending school."
St. 'it lteriiH Aeii'lemy.
The term of St. Catherine aeademx . a
boarding achnol for ylrls. at Jackson Neb.,
will open this j our ..r September ,ri with
Ii dicattons of an iner-uis. d attendance. Tim
eceptionnl HdviintaK'-s in music of this
school will b" on lh usunl lilh plan".
H t-'lsiralions will b- mad.' this year on
September 4 for all classes. The h.-d
offers a nortiiitl training eoure for teach
ers and Is accredited in the utatc university.
The school Is i ondui ted by 1 1 Sitters of
the Ord'T of St. liomlnic
The culler;.- has dormitories for men and
women and Is located jn a fjno cit. where
work '.ti obtainahle and where tm n of pr-on
Iflence arc utteil hi al'd. The cade my (4
of hitfh rank; there a stronn conservators
of music, wilb e.j itipin.'iil ainoni: tlt' I" .-t
in the wst; normal (otirs.-.s leading to var-
ti'tl-i cerlillcrlti , hoUSellidil . eoliomics. put lie
school music. Clean, wholouonie fitbli-Mcs
are font.-n d. KxpeiiM . m Hastings siO' mod
eraie ;ind an Id. a! col.-.. nf.- l offer.-. 1
Internal lonul Aeudemy.
The nternatlonal Academy of Music. 1 HOI ,
rarnain street, Omaha, Is looking forward to
a successful fall and winter term. The
school makes a specinlty of violin Instruction
.specially amotiK children.
Begins Its 23d Year September 19. 1916.
Il ..fr-m n mn Inn f.T ten. Item n. l-.tli hlM'l'.U
OAHTKN aiel i.l.KM KNTAIH l.ltO'KM IV-i w4i
nuns- Klflei-n Hlill- trei
Kansas City School of Law.
Dean K. I Klllsoti. of ihe Kansas City
S.-hool of Lrw, announc.-H this opening -f
the fnll term, St ptember '!'.. The school
Is thoroughly equipped to prepare students
to enter upon I he practice of la w The
repular classes will meet from 8 to lo p
m., and .;xtra classes from 4 to K p m .
making it possible for students to hold po-i-tioni
during lln- day and study law at iiicht.
(IR..-0. tire c tiici-d hikI in wti:cti .sia.l.m iri,i1 ic-
under A unlipu1 uiul I'lillniul on iioinnrni I'cr f n
cntalng ami rii'inlh it lnfei imhUcii nddtess Hcciela'.v
I'lilrijn Kindmarteii luHtituli', Box ti, 5i So.tt Ht .
Virginia College fir Women, of Ronnoke,
Va.. maken a Ions eall for students in i'.s
announcement of its fall openinK. YlnMnia
rolpfn Is located in the valley of Ylrrttita.
famed for health and b.-auiy, The i-nil-i
spriallzes In elective, prf para lory and full
junior colleKo courses, music, art. expres
sion, and domestic science.
le Meritte School.
The Pe Merit te Military school, whlc'a
opens at .l.okson Sprinns. X. C., October 2.
itphfudzts i liornuf hness. cnaracter arm con
eentraMon Kach day's work is done within .
fie .Lo', The limirs nf study, recitation and ,
divided as to prevent men- i
ci.urts Rolf links, open-air
iin ' horseback rldltiK Kuar
i mental vlor.
Moler liolln School.
;ehool of ureal
si hoot ,wlll open this
i at 1J1.1 O street. I.ln
ivlll be throuRh Walt's
hool honsts equipment
"st In Ihe west. The
reputation or beinn a
Ifli ifticy under the
nahii Ftudlo of the
I of 1'
f,ir carmp fur un increased
fall. The riiristens"n school
:. '' inlty of teachliiK ,,ragtlme"
. hu; Studios are located in tho
s of the country.
Spnld'nR collec. SpnldltiK. Oreeley county,
Tbi - i'1 Is presided over by Fathers of
the Third order Regular of Si. Francis, The
location is ;i Iv akhfiil snot on the beautiful j
C.-dar riv t and off. rs elementary, classical,!
commercial and anrlciiltura1 courses.
Fin lay hneineerlnir. '
Finlitv Knu-lneeriniT rollese, at Kansas j
City, Mo. is the only school of lis kind In
th" V'M Students fire permitted to enroll
n v Mine in eb-trical, se,an. Kas. auto,
and tractor - mfinerln? rnurs s. The courses
run two and three months and two yearn.
Start Out at $900 Per Year
Ton will be receiving more within a short
time un promotions nre frequent and certain
The Panel 1'ost has finally Increased the
demand. Now Is th" Mm - to ifualify for a
splendid position. Rood i- life, free fn-.m
competition, unaffected by, panics, drouth
etc.; a position which will make you really
independent. No hiRh school work n'c.ssa,
lust an ordinary education in addition to
the special training we give you. We pay
railroad fare and permit you to attend on
credit and pay us h the Kovernmenl pas
you. At least aend for a catalog. It is free.
Chillicothe School of Civil Service
27 McNally Street,
OF SIOUX CITY, IOWA
Conducted by the Fathers of the Third Order Regu
lar of Saint Francis, i or Boarders and Day students.
Healthfully located two miles beyond the city proper
New buildings with modern conveniences, up-to-date
methods. Training: Moral, Mental and Physical.
Courses: Commercial, Academic, Collegiate.
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER EIGHT.
Write for Catalogue.
SAINT CATHERINE ACADEMY
Conducted by the Sisters of the Order of St. Dominic. Ronnlinp school f.,r
girls. Accredited to the State I'niver-ity. Normal training course fur teacher..
Kxceptiona) d van tripes in Music. Refii'-ttrntmn September Jth. t'lawtes rcunicd
September "th, lfllfi. Fur particulars, address:
THE DIRECTRESS. SAINT CATHERINE ACADEMY, JACKSON, NEBRASKA.
1 "Mi w:
"' "-ilh. .1
I r-ac. in fitn'cp A cnb-my j.r p;u i h I..r - .i'.--v A--, -.Htp d i ' '
i,. of Ne.i,-."l.ii rind (n th- Catholic t'livemlH N.rm:il i'..:i:-e :ipt vov.m by th.- .si.i'c
I'. .. i-l of Kdu'-iitioii in trni H:i-Jjeior of I IiIiim t h.n t.-i:i., , n,.i n n t s. k'-i 1 d :..m.i. '
I'rott-r.Moiiii! I .. i e Ccrt.ilti. ,il urtd - .-f t'.ty Sm.e Cert -.1 1 n e nn.l I .lemrntnry .
Win.. I'-rHllc:!'.. onitiier- btl. Propa tm tnr . 1'rlm.iry I -p.i nonls, Mnlc, Ail, iMa
1 in. i He A-'i, 1 1., i nit i- Si l.-n- .'. under tli- dirccru.n uf . . , :, , ;-! ..n t t .-n ( ti,-r IlP ;,i
Icilloi., , . i.i'il i.il.f inU.ili'.iP-H if prnx iiitt lo cllj, Willi .pilet fmi i r inl I r. K of
' ou-n r AI, d. p:u in - t ni-i.isl.i-d v ! 1, .i cry in.,,l-i n I n.pi v m : tTI it:Ji' I'. .
tlciMili. v-ntr n ;m,l f.ititlnry f -ni ic. :ncn In An .-M.i.-.w um,: i'i ..It", .id-
f-"l'H -Udo.,, p.,rt. f.U.I I TMM-. '... .-.-,l,4l lo the I,-, ,-tl 'lid. T.I-
I - :-tc,nb. .- I'.., ..:-Tl-:i...l- n.l.lns- Si-'. , S-i, :i. ..
Immaculate Conception Academy, Hastings, Neb.
V 'v,n y-.-.-'V 'vV't t'f- '11"-!-"v,", f '?' -'-. v-'v- '
less ,inl ini'llii irnl ;uln!l is
i.ii lm in i he li.uiii'. ol lli-oi- li"
wmilil ktrji down .lK', .iinl iIc1i;im
ui Unif,: i Mutii inn - "
Dutch Farm Products
Bring Higher Returns
oi i. -.p. ii. I. tt. c of The W ,., bit. ,1 Pi. i
I'll.' ll.IKIM'. N.'llliM I.mmU, IllK .il
I )llli II .11 H ll't 111 .1 1 J"l i ill 111 I 1 i .U lllll
ilu' .ilur nl J.SilO.OOl) .luring 11 i-
111 l i Mlii.ll tMilt Willi lilt- lintlil.il V.lllKt
i H ?J'iO,lltitniit), ,.i an im rc.iM' nl
1,! u -1 im iiI, .Hi 'inliiiLf lo .t slmlv tlia!
Ua Im en 1 1 lm
in I lir pi iff i
ll.is ! ciilll'
Si H l,( li II I 1 1 1
I., th.' iW
tlu- I ctMi tntciit nl
The tnerrasr. linve it.
c nl arlitn i;il m.-unires aiil
niatei i,iK. .itnl in u .ik'.
'1 tins p.iper profit ol' $1 1J.
ilmiii '..'.iliUMIUO. ni'.'onlm
trtim ill's t'sllinatr
JOYS r L'K
udira nuw 1,1
r. Vale, Har-
- ion, l.i
t h o r o u fth
. courses for
PHYSICAL TRAINING FOR
EVERY BOY: Kour coaches,
(rymnasium, swimminR pool,
outdoor and in-door track,
wide reputation for clean
MILITARY DRILL under rer
ul;ir army officer. Hated an
Honor School (the ninhest
class) by U. S. War Dept.
SIXTEEN BUILDINGS, 2CMI aern.. 21
f .jTi,-iirt'il 1,-uchtTrt. fr-e m.icul l-
NOT RUN FOR PROFIT: Evr
ct'Til y,,u Jny gov into tho eductiun
1 your l),,y.
A.l.lr.ss liux 52.
Rt. Rev. F. A. McElwain, Rector
Why Should YOU Attend
YORK BUSINESS COLLEGE
1. Kvci'y day you attend will ndil $10 to your flaming
2. Out texi hooks are new and up-to-date, and our library
in adeipiale for research work.
;!. Our lliree colli ne buildings are commodious and the
campus i-- i'.'.Mililul and inspiring.
I. 'n!le;;e - j i :"i ! runs liitfh--all undergraduate students
of last year are cominif back.
ii. i . Ihe ideal collejre site of the world. It is situated
ii' tin beautiful Blue Valley country, has a population
1. 1 7,00(1 and provisions in Ihe charter make it impos-
. iMi for the city ever to have saloons,
(i. Kaih'oad 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.
S. We have selected a faculty of master tear hers and offer
to the yoiine; 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, I or (i months a year till your course is
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 vours if you act NOW. YOU
DESERVE THE BEST; YOU GET THE BEST AT YORK.
M. O. M'LAUGHLIN, President.
P Spalding College 1
SPALDING, GREELEY CO., NEB.
Conducted by Fathers of Third
Order Regular of St. Francis.
Up-to-date Methods. Mod
mi Conveniences. Healthful
Location on the beautiful Cedar
Courses: Elementary, Classical,
Send for Catalogue.
11 x ?LffGf vsv
(Member of North Central Aaociation)
A Strong, Growing, Class A Christian
College. Over 140 per cent In
crease in Student Enroll
ment in past three years
Aeadtmr of Hish Rank.
Strong Conservatory of Muiic with
equipment among the beat in th West
Normal Courses, leading to various cer
tificates. House) old Economics.
Public School Music, Violin, etc.
Clean, Wholesom Athletics.
Loyal Student Body,
Ideal College Life.
Expense very moderate
Dormitories for both men and women.
Located in fine city where work Is
obtainable and where men of prominence
in state and nation are often heard.
College Opens September 12th. For Catalog and free bulletins, address President R. B. CRONl Hastings, Neb., Dept. A.
Hoarding and Day School for Young Women and Girls.
Elementary Department for Little Boys and Girls.
Preparation for all Colleges of the North Central Associa
tion and for Uryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, Radcliffe, Smith, Vas
sal and Wellesley.
Advanced Work for High School Graduates.
Exceptional advantages in Household Arts, Piano, Violin
and Voice. Gymnasium and Sports.
The Rt. Rev. A. L. Williams, D. D.
Miss Euphemia Johnson
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