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du i Lts tuLLtuto , THOMAS SNYDER, FOR : JAPS SCHOOLS BUILT i w
ADD 10 MLULli you THIS IS WRITTEN
' PRIEST HOLDS HIS
New Course in Banking Is to ,., ... . .
. . . , Your Wife Is Almost Insane
Be Given ,n Curriculum Waitj for Ncws of
This Year' Her Baby.
Japanese Are Extending All
Branches to Islands Taken
TRADE IS NOTTO BE ALL
INCREASE IN STENOTYPY gjjg ASKS Y0U T0 RETURN
Si'iiii-w Iktc iti Oni.iha
Ih'Ik'vc tlicrt' is ;i tall man. two indies j
nii'ir than six fret, weilniiM f t 1 1 1 1
let! to 170 (Htuiuls
li'.ikiiiR tn he MK with !.irk ml hair.
floylcs fiilitcv, Hnlis Omaha cul
Kc ar.ii Hmlr-i Iowa coUcne at
Council 15hi:!s. will stait the fall trrni
on Sfplcnit'cr 5 with a family which
includes all thr tm-mheis of last
Vfir's faculty, ami some add il ions.
Thf year will Marl with increased
equipment and with a new course.
A special course in hanking has
been added h is an extension .i i-ank
accounting and hanking practice as
RivRti in less detad in the course in -dionlders and his right I
higher accoutning It prepa-es stu
dents not alone lor the lesser hanking
positions, hut t cache them o that
they will he aide to till any position , waiting tm news of 111
111 ,,ink. ; a condit ion verging on insanity. For , 'maintain communication with Japan
1 he tacdilies in the slenotvpy cle j ten tl;is she walked the streets ot while Japanese sailing vessels and
partment have heen tnci eased, ow ing ( hn.ilu. or stood at the corner of 1 launches run between the various
id lor Menotvpists. Sixteenth and rarnatn streets tor ; elands. I he actual disposition of the
lunnshed hours in hopes of catchtug sight of , islands is to he derided at the peace
wcrs. We need not. h
uiiistic tit our trade prospe
tliere are other factors to he taken
in in consideration. In the prohahle ,
ccoiioinic rivalry in the I-'ar l-'aM or
in the South Seas, lapan conimaucK j
geographical as well as other ail van- f
uys over her rivals. As regaids I Father McDemiOtt PlaVS Lone ! well
l niiiese i;k c isfrrncru cnin nv "
compradors; I nit, on the contrary,
Japanese traders ijopense with such
j in 10 Id re spon sihle for crimes com
mitted tort v veat agu.
o,..rr. NiKMi.t.M)i of Tli.- .Win I'n'sit )
Tokio, July ,11. i (ioveruu nt of
ficial recently returned from the
the indict' i c,,.., i, c,.., : i ,,,,! . I nations, which
were occupied by Japan alter the oiit
ht eak ot tin- I'.uiopi'aii war, report
'S years old hut1'1,1' Jal,;int'Sl' administration has been
wmeiy exieiKien aim inai pr unary
.sw'oois iiavr neru es an ci
d.uk lomplexiott, and a gold tooth seven of the largest islands. The
in his upper jaw. Witl. him is his ' archipelago which is now ruled by
little J-ear old daughter, whose hair .Japan includes islands in the groups
is de-ctihed as light and short and known as Marianne, Caroline and
Hilling dose to her head The man , Marshall.
walks with a slight Moon to Ins! The native children are taught the
t toes in a Japanese language, arithmetic, smg-
tt le. i in g and sewing. 1 1 is promised to
In Marion. O., the wife of this send a party of sixty leading natives
lan and the mother ot the baby is lo Japan during the summer or au-
hushand. m ; tunui. A regular line ot steamers
Hand in Controversy and
intermediaries, coming theniselv
to direct contart with the Chinese
llesides, we have ' many things in i ORDER MAKES NO ANSWER
common with the rrst ot 'the Oriental I
Fnumlrd In lHT,n. A i-ountry urNiM for
Karly in the week I'hiladelphia pa'-; York, .lay ...,, laiaic ha i.-i MU Abbr
i pers printed columns ot matter dea - ! , s,"h"rl'"1. iTtm-lpul. MiMiigoiMrjr
l ing with the controversy. Most of .
l" wa.s- credited to rather .MciJ.rTuott .
His statements embraced ancient as;
as modern Ancient Order his- -
tory. inchuiing a fac simile of a let-i
ter from Joseph McLaughlin, ua- I
tional president of the order, request-,1
mg tne assistance i the priest in
ill count for much
in competition with western euun
No action, as far as known, has
Lobsters and Bluefish Costly,
But Elks Will Have 'Em
Ike Miner, secrt'tary ni the Klks'
lodc, in annoiiiK'intf t it e sixth an
nual clambake, whii'li is to he held
at Krun park. SiptemlnT 8. repeats : convention
the 01M excuse otlited tn the cl
ake Cdllllnittee hv eastern tish deal- i i..., a,..i,i.;.i n. .,,i,
dicated that no action wotild he taken
furthering his candidacy for (he re
pnhlican nomination f)r congress at
the primaries last May. lint Father
.McDermott had the Held lo himself.
'o one nnr.Mli- .1. ? t.. ,,..,1 1.;.. .......
heen taken by the church authorities IllPnts ,. jun,'H, ';, , c,;mr;
on the resiKiiation of Rev. David 1. 1 versy. Consequently the hattle le
McDermott, the former Omaha priest I c'"in,(' a one-sided affair and quicklv
who resigned his rectorship in Phila-j sul,s"1'-'1 Pri'"-
delphia as a protest against relehrat- Convent.on Goes Aheatf ;
iug high mass in St. Patrick's church, . 1 c0"vcl"1''" VotttvMt car-1
l'otlsville. r.i., in honor of the state "t fverv I1" of ils proKrain. j
f the Ancient Order of I ,ronl mass to a parade ol
-.'') members through a court of
honor. Outwardly everything was
to the large detn
riuiients learn on macliui
by the school, New machines have her recreant hushand. until her health i conference which will follow the ores
been ordered lor the department. : bioke down and she was forced to re-iciit war.
New Mnnuirr. 1 turn to her parents. Japanese Emigrants.
pr7ml:;l'r'!,::r nr'T-.m"".".:! IIas Warrant for Him. Mr- Kauyoshi YaKyu, ex -president
n-'T or M.-vi.H i Thomas K. Koster, veteran. memT." Y. . , , . 1 tMmu'1'
ber ol tlw n.d . .. fur if l'..ltii.il..u M,vv""" JM'"iM """'hmi
trieni' of Mrs. I bom
rf U ; . ' . 01.. T 1 ? k. the south is greatly de
iM-;;?vtv;?V,V'';'K..r " ( the' tail man and i '"",lf1"! "" '"T"8'"1 c'-'Peration
ror. ( ,.:. I'Jnii!,'':'!;;;::,' .uiothcr ot the curly haired little girl. ! ' ','"r emigrants , t ie South
T : took n i'hum.' in tiir ci,ii-u,. n...t.,.,. ... . J . ' Seas, w ho number about 4.0(H) 000. anr
rniifgc; itrniinan-it from H. l.-.i ...U-.,. 11 '""" "rtii.no iu.iiikk
Uuithi In Moon. roiintv. In. lit,- hn.l riuhi Snvder with desertion nf bis fnmilv
r- i.-a.hniK .'Muri.H.r in ii.u u !-! !.. S i; . i c i r . ; .'iHi.iHHi troni houtu I ti in a every year.
Omh 1 K,'lMr. boster traced .Snyder from the: Mr Ya ti.e fhinese emi-
HoUl, Oltv- r Nlmmo. ho hns !., ,,! tUUC he picked tP tllC llttU daUKhler. ' , Lr, I u. "Xo I vlrv
munMKfr .r th,. r.nnuii miffit . it,..i i.Hs c i n .1 1 i grants me Hard workers anil very
S"' r"nllrni or u,. i:,Mni tM' v!;1? was .ilkmR with lirMSpcrns, soine of them having
dernrhnrm of thi nvhi ihors child near her home m Marion, ' , '., (nrtlin.ti Ti.v r,irr
:ww fumiiurt- is t.hiv iimtatiM in ih.'O nut Ur in hviriii ...i 1. i,. ' ,l,liasS( (l iarm tor tunes, i Hey carry
they are increased by an exodus of
Th- full tt rni in tli,. ,i,.v i,.,i
ti-mtxT h. .tn, In ih.. ..t. 1 .. 1
b.T fc 1ho .OurH'SI HM' (h. NHMlf In the
nuttt srh.t.-l nn in iht rtnv rtn.l. with th-r-
tiiilar i1,iy furully In char.-. iKht whn.)!
ts l-i (.salmi IhrouKhuut th i-ntlrt yr
H.i)r t olt.-. tt'Hrh nhirthit. fltinotvnv
mi.h t.vt.cwrlUiiir. to..kk.'.i,inK. tfUr(li'v .
ix"iittruin i.r guv
tMiikfnc or .Utl ncrvl.'i
frnin.-tit mull ,'rrl.T. mUwy matkl cli'rk
l",",",Ti"1 t Mfiugrintr
1-y wilt ltnln posltit.n. for MurtrnU :r
work for ttwr tMrd. If thov wi,h
J" a";0'"' w'h" I tntfr.-M,Ml. lt Irs eol.
will t, pl..l to Bonl Its h ,
.111 1 .riLb l.i,!,, ,.- I. I 1...,.
S,T. o mtcyrus, a nearny town, where he am the t.rosneritv of such olaces as
Hoarded the I eunsyhania express ami, mov and Swatow is doubtless large
went to Chicago, hrotn (. lucago lie ; lv ,uc , remittances from emigrants
came to Omaha, reaching here July v;i,io, rt.aci, $50,0110,1)00 a vear. He
.'(), at 7:15 p. in. Since then he has recommended the establishment of an
iotiml 110 trace, although the whole increased number of banking houses
M.lhll.t lii.iliulln Minn Indication, of
Iwrnt r In lll.tnrr.
Th N-'hraskd lnlvftrftltv. I'nl-
vrrsllj' l'la,,.. I.tnroln, will ,,, ,i,, fn
uii(lr iwrllrularly favorably rondltlona An
III. In ih numlxr of student. In
pr.m-d at ihl, popular ln,lllution
Pull reunira are ottorf,! In lh rollj. of
lllwral ana. ta.h,.r' rll,B, ,rrmv
conwrvalors of miiatc. arhool of aiprnalan
and oratory and th ,i-hool of art.
Order Extra Lunch
For the Den Monday
It is quite likelv that the largest
class initiated at Ak-Sar-Hen Den this
year will be initiated there Monday
The delegations to the convention
of the National Retail Credit Men's
association are to be tliere, as the
convention opens that day in Omaha
besides these, a special car on the
l-nion t'acilic is to bring down a
crowd from Fremont, Missouri Val
ley and Washington are to send large
Automobiles bearing loads of men
are to come from Dccanir. l.vons.
Oakland. Craig, Tckamah. Blair, "Her
man, and nther places up and down
general section of the country.
Boy's Arm Is Broken in
Fall From a Bicycle
.tJJCnksB:;'d'x""'Se,,Kl'r ''-v liviK
at 840 South Twenty-third street suf
fered a brokeif arm yesterday after
noon at Twenty-first and Farnain
strts when he fell from his wheel.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
DeMeritte Military School
Jacaaon Spring. N. C
.i V f . tK1"E. Principal,
B'Walon Strt, Boaton, Mai,.
"Itlue lish have advanced 55 per
cent in price, because of the presence
ot sharks in Atlantic waters, l.oh
sters are scarce, too, for the same
In spite of the co-iliuess of the lob
sters and blue h.-n, the Omaha lilks
will have a bountiful supply.
Body of Henry Stevens
Brought Here for Burial
The body of Henry Stevens, who '
died August 16 at Sail Diego, Cal., .
will be brought to Omaha. It will j
arrive at 7:15 a. m. Monday, and the
funeral will take place at the resi- i
deuce of a sister, Mrs. I.. II. Omen.
'IJI South Twenty-sixth street, at I !
o'clock of the same day. Ittirial will I
tie in Mlver t ity, la. Mr. Stevens
was unmarried and JJ years of aire.
Surviving are his mother, Mrs. (',. A.
Stevens, formerly of Council liluffs.
a sister, Florence, and Mrs. Ouren ot
on the resignation, for the reason
that the priest's protest contained
"insufficient canonica' reasons for
Meet Charges With Silence.
A policy of complete silence was
observed in official quarters arid in
Ancient Order circles regarding
leather McDcrmott's charges. The
only reply approaching an answer
was a statement protesting against
holding the men of the organization
harmonious and pleasant and not a
word from I'hiladelphia was allowed
to mar the serenity of the convention.
('MlliaCM. , B.l',
Art, Pi.no. Voue, ,
Violin, Put lie Sprml.
ti im , 6 w ua m i o 1 ul
City tad Couutrr
I cum rwr ft MluU
F Lvid k ken.
yeryWA and Indian. Ai... Kant, rttr. Ma,
- -o :v srn.i',1 vi I mim lit llinanat. Ki
trxal. .team. san. .lit", tracmr cmlnaw-
li.t: Tim and thrm munlh. fear and Iwn veal
n ursee. Day and nlslu ae.iilnn.. Etir'ill any lime.
Call Uher pliune. or write fur Infnrmatlnn.
ponce iorce ot tJinatia nave Heen on , 11M,ier joint Japanese and Chinese
the lookout tor the tall man and child , management, to he located at trade I
for several days, j centers in the South Seas and Singa-
Ask Papers to Aid. j pore.
Yesterday Captain IVinpsev and1 Cominenti.iK on the situation after;
Mr K.utr -.bL-o.1 .l. ri.,,.,1,.,' ..a... ! the war. the hnancier said: "If eco-
papers to help them in their search, I """' v"ire he solely determined X
in hopes that some reader in Omaha:"' lJi""". Jfl'""
or vicinity may be aide to give the
police information as to the where-
rersistent Advertising Is the Road
to a California School. 27th
year of the Mount Tamalpais
Military Academy. Accredit
ed West Point and Colleges.
All grades. Cavalry, Infan
try, Mounted Artillery.
San Rafael, West End, Calif.
eMaWlataialllfliir ilaf.it I nfia aia. JlaliaalVnla'. aWMiatataar
ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY, Columbus, Neb.
A School for Girla, Conducted by the Si,ter. of St. Franci. of Perpetual Ador.tlOT
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS arr nKFFRFn aim FYrFPTinajai nppnn.
TUNITY of securing for Ou.v children a practical Christian eilucation at tcrma ao
low a, to be available to -4tt any family. Hoys under 12 y .ra admitted. f
Comnlete coumea in Academic, Commercial and Elementary Departments. C
i,, J u,.u.t, ,.,,r,n ui.wuik, raincing in un ana viaier ana cnina. a
Uocution and all kinds of uneful and ornamental needlework. T
1 he Academy ia accredited to the Slate I'niversity.
Write for full particular,. Addreaa, SISTER M. AGNELLA, Superioreaa.
llillPMayiaapjayiiil.li)lljl pijunnjiii i,iawia.'ay).ja;Taaayayp
if inspired by master teaching,
is a valuable asset in the life
service and happiness of any
individual possessing it.
ahouts of the father and child. It is
not believed that Snyder can be far
from Omaha, as he is known to have
1 I Tltr mum cr- aa.ur.T.., ,.,.TM,..FyT
tjueEuro-i if nt UlYIAflA dU H U U L Ur UnUntol HAL IN6I nUMtn lo
THE PALMER SCHOOL OF
(rh1roiracti Fount all. Hrad
been short of moncv when he r ear h erf iN'OHi'mATi i rn autkhkiv
i , .,. ,, ; ; I'AviiNi'ot
ncic im wuuiii pruuiiuiy iry 10 Kti
work in the vicinity At Marion he
was agent for the Metropolitan In
surance Company of New York.
I'AVKNI'i'RT, IOWA. I
Will iuf,ll a full line of t'hlro.'iiictlc Lit
-nature on reitUiMt to do no.
20 Yonrn tn HiinlnoHH. 4,00i (Innluatf.
R00 Students in CUattes. No CorrosiumtlenoB
Iff inspires the highest possible beauty of expression. Catalog sent
I1 on request. Address nr. INKY CO A, Patterson Klock
The Molzer Violin School
New Location, 1213 O Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Entrance Through Walt's Music Store
and Take Elevator to Third Floor.
Best Equipped Violin
School in the West..,
For Further Information Apply August Molzer, Director.
;1 h I
The University School of Music
11th and R Streets, Lincoln.
Pianoforte, Organ, Voiced Violin,
'Cello, Klute, Clarinet, Saxophone,
Cornet, Trombone and all Theoretic Branches.
Public School Methods, Piano Tuning,
Two Orchestras, Aesthetic Dancing.
Complete Courses in all departments leading to degree.
Fall Term Begins September 4.
Writ Department A for New Catalog.
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director.
olle?o of Saint Thomas
SAINT PAUL. MINNESOTA
j4-, . I J RANKED AS AN HONOK SCHOOL BV THCWABDEPABTHBNT fvlk j
i. IfMn Colltgittt CommtrcUl Academic PuftMly ifitV. j
IllM yl Careful Mental. Mon.1 and Rpliglou Triinbifr. j
ljJiwM Sfven Hundred nd Ptfty Students Ftom J& Ik.
HmMIRPl Twtnty-Four Statei Lait Ycr sJ&T t Q ;
H rrT? THJlSl 1,011 IUt'ST,lATI CATALOCUt ADDKItSS LTl L l!
U CT Rcv-H.Moynihan, P.P. President yF U j
TT FZTFT A ST KANSAS CITY SCHOOL OF !
and both collegiate
and full - prepara
tory courses. New
Girls' Hall shown
tory under direc
tion of corps of
artists. Large Do
mestic Science De
for students of limited means. Average annual expenses, $175. Mod
ern buildings and beautiful campus. For catalog, address,
E. A. W ATKINS, President, ALBANY, MO.
I AUT ii thnrowthly equlrpwl to prepire ttu-
" dniu to piiter u,on the priciice ol th
law. Faculiy comiHel of leading Uwrrri ind
Jmltft'B. KcBUlir rUitnci meet frum 8 to 10 p. tn.
Kiri classes tattwn 4 and 8 p. ni. Nut aMWitun
bemti Het'teinlwr H. 1U18. Vor full litfurmatton
addreaa K. 1. lllaiti. Dean. Executive, office.
718 Commerce Building
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
THE KEARNEY MILITARY ACADEMY
KEARNEY, NEBRASKA. TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR.
AlMi To provide thorouRh mental, moral and physical training at th
lowest term-i consistent with efficient work. For boys (rom
y 9 to 18. I'hantr:
LOCATION: Two miles from Kearney, in the Platte Valley.
tQUlPMENTl 35 ncren of land. Four building. Gymnasium, swimming
pool. Separate lower school building,
FACULTYi Collet? grailuaten with business experience.
COURSESt ColUxe ireiirtory ; commercial law and buainesi methods .
mnnu.il training; mechanical drawing; agriculture and animal
ATHLETICS: Football, baseball, basketball, track, tennia, awimmMig,
CATALOGUE! Address Harry Roberta Drummond, Headmaster.
"EFFICIENCY IS THE TEST OF EDUCATION."
weostpr Grovea the moat h.Y.iMfiiT m,X V . , .V." OIRLB, )R
Hllh School work pnaara Ih! '"a B Fo"r J""
10 tak. up ,h. Ilu-h Sck"! work Pr""""0,' lartmant fit. ,h. alu,l,ni
L..r!lS 'E''m"l a1,rfdM.h.,?-ri,ArV ,r." E"""--aervatory
of Muaio ofrra MurT.. ,h,.l,om'Trlal Co.ira.. Tha Coo-
Thaory. HarrnonJ Co' n"erDZ, H,,, T,' J1"1". Harp. Pip, Or.an. vl,
tuckvhVlaa'.';.U,i,,7, 'rTe'or.'an "-'T 0,,th " ' K-
Ml ana I,,, .UrrolS,..r clZl.T"'m
-MOllItlt SU'KltlOR, burctto College Dept I).
Webster Groves, St. Louis, Mo.
University of Omaha "
There is no need to go away from home for advantages of higher learning and
practical education. The University of Omaha is located in the city limits, on a
main thoroughfare of the city and within five-cent street car fare of all parts of
DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION
1 Collegiate, with courses leading to
Bachelor's Degree in Arts and Science.
2 Preparatory Department, prepar
ing for entrance to college and to pro
fessional and techical.
3 Home Economics, Cookery, Gar
ment Making, Home Decoration.
4 Art: Drawing, painting, decorat
ing work in leather, etc.
5 Normal department, with courses
leading to First Grade State Certificate.
6 Omaha School of Law, Night
classes.- Courses leading to L. L. B. De
gree. 7 Extension work, night classes, in
various collegiate, preparatory or pro
fessional branches of study.
Tuesday, Sept. 12th, Registration for first semester opens.
For catalogue and further information, address University of Omaha.
Mount St. Joseph College and Academy
CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. B. V. M.
Affiliated With the Catholic Unlveraitr of America, Wa.hlr.fton, D. C
Chartered by the Legietatur, of Iowa.
Excellent facilities for the education of youne women. College Couraea ot
four year, leadinu to Haccaiaurcate Decreea. Academy Couraea, four yeara
School of Muaic; 'loachtra' and Supervisor.' Training Couraea in School Muaic:
S.-hool of fine Arta, Teachers Trainiiic Courae in Art; Department of Houaehold
Arts and Science: Norma! and t'.immercial Couraea; Preparatory Department.
Fifty-acre Campua, pineriea, finely equipped buildinga. Direct railroad connection!
Kith Omaha. Sioux City anil Sioux Kalis
For Year Book, addreia,
!' FOR WOMEM ...irt
Kansas City's Nearest Women's College
AuuioriPiiege accredited by tha Univortity
Uterary, Scientific, Music,
Art, Expression and
?SE Pc,,"y BeaMful. healthful location Comfort.
rroperty worth $2.'n,(XW.oO. Fifty-threeacreaof wr.Hn.nH
Quiet Ineuiratlonnl. ExtanaW, llonlv,? Ex"w S
kboraWry. Sub-Colla.t, department "cep""Ml
Low ToIIIon. THorouob, Homelike
.. ui. inoinatioD
ry ol Misic (Villi flights! Standard,
t CONRAU. A at. U?-t, ,
I. M. WILLIAMS, i.ll .D D,rm, 2t Sute St, Lexln.ten..!..
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