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    THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1917.
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HASTINGS
COLLEGE
Hastings, Neb.
(Member of North Con
tra! AisocUtlon.)
Academy of high rank.
Strong Conservatory of Music
with excellent equipment.
Normal courses leading to cer
tification. Household economics with un
usual equipment.
Public school music, pipe organ,
violin.
Preparatory courses for medi
cine, law, engineering, etc.
Clean, wholesome student activities.
Loyal student body.
Ideal college life.
Expenses very moderate.
Dormitories for both men and
women.
Located in one of the very fin
est cities of Nebraska, where
work is obtainable and where
men of prominence in state
and nation are often heard.
BOSS SCRIBES OF
TWO STATES GATHER
Editors of Iowa and Nebraska
to Convene at Omaha for
Editorial Association
Convention.
Hundreds of editors from all over
Nebraska and Iowa will be in Omaha
this week. Monday. Tuesday and
Wednesday are the days set for the
COLLEGE OPENS SEPTEMBER 11
For catalogue and bulletins address President R. B. Crone
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RAGTIME PIANO PLAYING
Positively taught in 10 to 20 lessons.
Original Christensen System.
Imitators can copy the substance of our advertising, hut they cannot copy our
system. Chris ten em schools of popular music located fn all large cities from
"Coast to Coast." Established at Chicago, 1 008, by Axel Chrlstensen.
The "Czar of Ragtime"
Phone Walnut 3379. Omaha Studio, 4226 Cuming. Call or write for free booklet.
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: FRANCIS POTTER
Teacher of i
BANJO, MANDOLIN, GUITAR
a and "
1 HAWAIIAN INSTRUMENTS I
f Agent for s
Gibson Mandolins and Guitars, -
Z Farland and Whyte Lay die
Banjos.
I SANFORD HOTEL ;
Phon. Tyler 1313 J
I 19th and Firnim Sts. -
I Summer Terms Begins I
I June 18th
tilt IM't I I li Jnijn liTilnr I til I i .;M"iT
A Call to Service!
Men and Women Stenographers Wanted
UNCLE SAM wants men and women stenog
raphers. The ranks of his working corps
are thinning faster than he can fill them.
The department at Washington has sent out an urgent call for
help. This means big gaps will be made also in the working
ranks of many private concerns. It means a wonderful op
portunity right now for ambitious young men and women to
PREPARE TO FILL THESE OPENINGS THAT ARE SO
FAST OCCURRING. There never has been so great a
demand for competent' stenographers and typewriters.
H. B. BOTLES, Pres.
Send Today
for FREE
128-Page
Year Book!
It points out the ad
vantages of adequate
preparation for busi
ness life. It paves the
way to good positions
and rapid advancement.
It Is yours for a postal.
And. remember, Boylea
College promisee to place
you In a rood position after
you finish your course. We
will get you a place to
work for your board while
attending school, If you
wish.
Address
BOYLES COLLEGE
H. B. Boyles, Pres.
1801 Harney Street,
Omaha, Neb.
Boyles Fits You to Do Your Bit
Right now is the time to prepare yourself
for the wonderful opportunities open to you in the Gov
ernment Service or in regular business channels. Let
Boyles qualify you!
Boyles opens the door to the business world by
teaching you shorthand, stenotypy, touch typewriting,
bookkeeping, telegraphy or civil serv
ice preparation for government mail
earner, railway postal clerks, book
keeper or stenographer.
Rnvlpft flnllpcrp
Tssr , H. B. BOYLES, Pres.
iSfffloent School 1801 Harney St. Omaha, Neb.
University of Omaha
There is no need to go away from home for advantages of
higher learning and practical education. The University of Oma
ha is located in the city limits, on a main thoroughfare of the city
and within 5-cent fare of all parts of the city.
Departments of Instruction
1. Collegiate, with course leading to Bachelor's Degree in Arts and Sciences.
2. Preparatory Department, preparing for entrance to college and to professional
and technical.
3. Home Economics, Cookery, Garment Making and Home Decoration.
4. Art, Drawing, Painting, Decorating Work in leather, etc.
5. Normal Department, with courses leading to First Grade Certificate.
6. Omaha School of Law, night classes. Courses leading to LL.B Degree.
7. Extension Work, night classes, in various collegiate, preparatory and professional
branches of study. '
Registration for first semester opens September 10.
For catalogue and further information, address University of Omaha.
convention of the Nebraska Editorial
association. The Hotel Rome will be
headquarters
Walter Williams, founder of the
college of journalism of the Univer
sity of Missouri, will talk on "Jour
nalism, the Chief Weapon for Democ
racy." Herman Black, publisher of the
Chicago American, will speak on
"Why Not Bring All factors Into
Harmony?"
A 6 o'clock dinner will be given the
editors by the Commercial club Mon
day evening before they go to Ak-Sar-Ben
den. The supply men of
Omaha will tender them a dinner
Tuesday evening at the Hotel Fon
tenelle. Tuesday's session will be at
Hppy Hollow club. Wednesday
noon the editors will be the guests of
the Stock Yards company at a lunch
eon on the South Side.
More than 500 letters have already
come to the bureau of publicity from
editors who say they will be here for
the entire convention. Letters are
pouring in with every mail.
To the Women
of Omaha:
Concerning our summer school,
please remember the following
and tell your friends and
family:
Any housekeeper may take
the Domestic Science course
without taking other work.
The Domestic Science course
will be given with a view to
meeting present conditions.
The summer courses are
scheduled so as not to in
terfere with High School or
College work.
They are scheduled so that
pupils may also enter upon
our regular work without
interruption.
They are arranged so that
one or all may be taken.
Men and women who are em
ployed may take any of the
four business subjects in the
evening.
The course comprises two
practical subjects, which
train for special positions, to
gether with two co-related
theoretical subjects.
Each subject offers two lec
tures weekly, the assign
ments covering copy-writing,
investigations, etc.
The lecture course ia part of
that in the College of Com
merce, University of Ne
braska, and will be conduct
ed by professors from that
university.
If desired, pupils may take
typewriting in connection
with any university subject,
and at the same rate of
12.50 for the ten-weeks'
term.
If typewriting ia not desired,
pupils will spend only the
time for the lecture period,
doing assigned work at home.
In the evening work, two lec
ture periods will be given be
tween 6:30; and 8, two or
three evenings, according to
subjects taken.
Summer hours for regular
course are from 8 to 1, with
rooms open until 4.
No such work was ever of
fered before in Omaha or in
any school outside the Uni
versity of Nebraska.
Romembar, Monday, June 18th
Van Sant School
of Business
Omaha National Bank Bide;.,
OMAHA.
WORKMEN OF STATE
BARRED OUT OF IOWA
Grand Lodge Officers Take
Position That Members of
Lodges Must Stay by
Jurisdiction.
Vocation Bureau
Places boys and girls from
the city schools in temporary
and permanent employment.
Gives information con
cerning schools, apprentice
ships and vocations.
Summer Office Hours:
9 to 12 A. M.
502 City Hall. Tyler 2637.
Members of Union Tacilic lodge,
No. 17, Ancient Order of United
Workmen of Nebraska, were ad
dressed Friday night by Judge Joseph
Oberfclder, Frank L. Evans and
Nicholas Ress, members of the grand
finance committee. Lodge No. 17,
with seven others of Douglas county,
with a total membership of 3,500, filed
applications with the Iowa jurisdic
tion of the Ancient Order of United
Workmen. One of the grand lodge
officers of Nebraska maintains that
these lodges cannot be absorbed by
another state, more especially when
that state has no leRal standing or
power to do business here and will
resist every effort of secession on the
part of these lodges.
There are a number of members in
Douglas comity who do not want to
sever their connection with the Ne
braska jurisdiction, and claim that
some of the leaders are using force
to carry out the scheme.
One of the grand lodge officers
FINLAYLn,Ml
lAtctTY, m;;;ouri. only
SCHOOL or THE KIND IN
THE WEST.
SpMeltlea: Etwtrlfllr. Rteam, Gas. sit verts, thine
monlna. j.ar end tee-rear cmjrscs. AutO'Trecror. Ar
mature Wlnitlna. Conduit Work. Lathe ttorli. Ola
Acetylene Weldluf. Cnrllel Valre S.ttlnf. Operation
of Sleen. (tee. Elet'lrlo Machinery. Anvthim Ten
want, aaT time you want It. night or das. from a
area In I wo ;.ar. Write jer CatelM .
states that the! "insurance board" will
not permit a course of this kind, which
would retard the growth of the Ne
braska jurisdiction.
At present there is an examination
rtoing on at the headquarters at Grand
Island, conducted by State Actuary
Katph Lounslirrg, assisted by James
Murphy and Will Sprague, and from
all indications the report will be fa
vorable (o the Ancient Order of Unit
ed Workmen of Nebraska.
Omaha Lodges to Fight.
The lodges of Greater Omaha, It is
asserted, believe they have enough in
fluence to get other lodges in the state
to join in llieir insurgent fight sgainst
tlir present administration and will
hold a meeting in Fremont Tuesday
for the purpose of a formidable cam
paign. This action, it is said, will be
bitterly fought. The new grand mas
ter, John Stevens, Beaver City, is said
to be in favor of the N. F. C. rates
and is reported as having declaretl
they will be maintained.
The rates, it is pointed out, arc
high, but are sufficiently adequate to
pay all death losses and create a reserve.
Negro Lynched by Mob of
1,000 at Holdenville, Okl.
Oklahoma City, Okl., June 17.
Henry (only, a negro, was lynched
by a mob of 1,000 men and women
near llnhlenville. Okl.. late Saturday.
after, it is said, lie had been positively
iflriitilicd by Mrs. Jesse L. Burford,
wife of a well-to-do farmer, as the
man who had assaulted her one week
ago today.
The officers guarding Conly were
overpowered and the negro was
turned over to a party of men and
boys, who hurried him to the Burford
home, where Mrs. Burford is declared
to have said there could be no pos
sible Mistake in her identification of
Conly.
FREE TICKETS TO
CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI
To Visit the
Jackson University of Business
(1) Finest Quarters. (2) Free Night School. (3) Positions
Guaranteed. (4) Dancing Mall and Dancing Teacher. (5) Board,
$3.00 a week. Backed By World's Desire Bureau. For catalogue
and free ticket, address Walter Jackson. Pres.. Chillicothe. Mo.
Y. M. C. A. Vacation School
for
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS
Opant
TODAY:
Register at Once Teachers From Omaha High School
E. E. McMILLAN, Principal.
Study French. Adults Admitted. Make College Entrance Credits.
Don't Fail to Register at Once.
EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT Y. M. C. A.
Tylar 1600. Room 319.
SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE
TERRACE HEIGHTS, WINONA, MINNESOTA
Accredited to the University of Minnesota
An ideal Boarding School for your son. Five com
plete courses: Pre-Academic, Academic, Collegiate,
Commercial and Agricultural. Careful mental, phys
ical and religious training. Surroundings beautiful. Lo
cation healthful for study and athletics. Campus 120
acres. '
Write for Year Book
Address, The Registrar,
SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE,
Terrace Heights, Winona, Minn.
Mount St. Mary's Seminary
15th and Caetellar Straats, Omaha, Nebraska.
ACCREDITED BY STATE UNIVERSITY
Day and Boarding? School for Youn Ladles, conducted by th Sisters of
Mercy, an institution which alms it the most thorough education, school not
only (or a fine education, but for culture and religious training. The education af
forded trains young ladles to become useful and accomplished members of the
home circle and of society.
The location of St. Mary's Academy fa one of the tnoit 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, Busi
ness and Domestic Science. Music and Art, receive
special attention. Graded Courses in both Music and
Art Departments lead to Diplomas and Gold Medals.
Students under personal supervision of Sinters at all times. Sanitary sur
roundings, beautiful. well-kept grounds, well ventilated buildings, good, wholesome,
well-prepared food contribute to the physical welfare of the students.
Uniforms may he purchased in the city. School reopens the Eleventh of Sep
tember. For Illustrated catalogue and further information apply to Directress.
Iowa Stud : ts Who Received
Degrees st Chicago University
Chicago, III., June 17. (Special.)
Degree! were given to the following
Iowam at the University of Chicago
commencement exercises:
Ames HoiyHrrI T"mp!etim HI!! (J, D.V
Apllniton Olee Hone De Vrlei (Ph. B.l.
Bonsparte Philip Wade Whltely (8. B..
Burlln, ton John Joeeph Seerley. jr. (As
oolete In Philosophy).
1'e.tsr Rapid. Ueardsly Rum! (Ph. t .
Clinton Samuel Rogers grisiiirsu,h (As
sociate In Philosophy).
Council Bluff. Emma Wllhelmtna Bock
(Ph. B ).
llavenpurt Dorothy Ollmore Urriner (As
sociate In Philosophy). Harry Howard Hatey
MrCoah (Associate In Philosophy).
Pea Moines I.nls Call Hnucen (Ph. B.).
Theorlor I'esrl Nult t Associate In Philos
ophy). Lets Runyon (two-year certificate).
Mnry Van Dyltr (Ph. II ).
Klrtnra Winifred Louise Ward (Associate.
In Philosophy).
Fori Dodge Luel la Msry Hahenlcht (two
year certificate).
Hamburg Hnrvey Curl Travis (A.M.).
Inwnod Wllllum Van Vltel (A. B.).
Janeavllle F:thelyn Alice Dsey (two.
year certificate!.
Keokuk Mildred Agnes Erhart (Ph. B ),
Fl-irrnco M. Talbot t Ph. B.)
Mn.on City Charles Percy Dnke (Ph. B..
Mount Pleasant Velnia Bernloe La Brack
(8. B. ).
New.ll Orvlllo Barr Rogers (Associate In
Phlloaophy).
Onnwa Frank John Ollvor (Assoclat In
Phlloaophy).
Igndrney Hannah Poarle Oliver (8. B..
Bloux City Leonard Bllnn Bears (Asso
ciate In Philosophy), David Wallace gtewart
I.I. It. ). Alfred Itay etrong (Associate In
Phlloaophy).
Sprlng.lale William .T. Msther (Ph. B ).
Washlnston Mildred Maria Martin (two
year certificate. )
We hater City Laura Amanda Whit"
(Ph. 1).).
Wlnflcld Basil Fred Wis. (Ph. B.).
Committee to Organize
Women for Red Cross Work
Washington, June 17. To organire
non-professional women to aid in re
lief work, the Red Cross war council
has created women ' bureau and
has appointed a national advisory
committee of women which will en
deavor to enlist every available
women in the campaign for adequate
funds and supplies.
The new bureau will be in charge
of Miss Florence M. Marshall of the
Manhattan Trade School, who will
come to Washington and open a per
manent office about July 1. Mrs. W.
K. Draper, prominent in Red Croaa
work in New York City, will head the
advisory committee.
Killed While Cleaning Gun.
Anselino, Neb., June 17, (Special
Telegram.) Alex Dailey, 20 years
old, accidentally killed himself while
cleaning a gun this evening. The acci
dent occurred on his father' farm
near Milburn.
ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION
it. Lome. uisaouRi
rounded ISM rh.rtend In HSJ. Boarding and
day anneal lor girls and renins ladles. Conducted by
rpllglruaa nf tna Vlallatlon Order. Commodloua bulld
Inss. sxtrnalTS srnunda. eaaded tennla and ball courts.
Aoceaalbla fiom amy part M Uls ollf by Hodlaoont
and Dslmer oar Unas.
f.?1i"Vl!1VW"n"l"A n',,, Unsllsb. Ulln.
EH?: 'rlVt'J.J.iLfi'."'! ""eue iolenos. Rrilene.
Audraea DIRKCTItKSa tor catalogue. Ball aiuf Ca
henna erenuea.
-THE-
UNIVERSITY
School of Music
Lincoln, Nebraska
A School with the highest ideali
Large Faculty
All the Principal Branches of
Music Dramatic Art
Aesthetic Dancing
Anyone may enter
Catalog containing full informa
tion sent on request.
William Kimball
Director
1109 R St., Lincoln, Neb.
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Kittelson
announces the following f
Special Summer Courses I
Private or class work for adults
in the Art of Expression and
How to Develop Personal- i
ity. A six weeks' course f
for school teachers. Z
Classes for Children.
Each Class Limited to Six.
Special instructions In photo-
play acting and directing, cor- 1
rective physical culture, panto- f
mime, public speaking, coach-
ing, voice technique, play di-
recting, play reading.
Studio, 313 Balrd Building i
Omaha, Nabratka. Z
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YORK BUSINESS COLLCCE
PRESIDENTS HOME
YORK
COLLEGE
ENROLLMENT
1916-17
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S?T7 YORK COLLEGE-YORK BUSINESS COLLEGE, York, Nebraska
YORK COLLEGE
THE BEST SCHOOLS
Eifht treat schools In onti CoIUf. Norml, Ac.d.my, AfHculturt,
Musie, Expression, Commsrcfal and Art Twenty. si fht first class
teachers in the two schools. Throa beautiful modern collet build
ings. The best collate gymnasium in the state.
Positions secured for all graduates. Band, Orchestra and Chorus
Instruction froa. Bring your band and orchestra tastruraanta.
UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT
THE BEST LOCATION
York is a city of 7000, located In the fertile Blue Valley region of
Nsbraska, which tb V. S. Seers tary of Atrlculturo ha declared 1b
b "The richest agricultural district m the world.' There art no
saloons or pool halls. This Is the only city of Its sis In tha state that
has vtr prmtttd saloon within It limits. York bouj a public li
brary of 5000 volumes, well equipped Y. M. C A., fourteen beauti
ful Churches. 1000 handsom .residences, two lovely parks, four of
th boat banks In the state, and Is the bom of tho famous "Harrison
Nuraori." If you ar convinced writ for our froo catalogs, and ar
rant to enroll with usf If you srs not convinced come to York and
we shall prove to you that this Is th ideal College Sit af America
and that York Collet York Business Collet ar th best schools
in wnictt to secur en cost anucatioa under tno nest surroundings.
WRITE FOR CATALOG Band, Orcl..tra, Lactura Cour.s), Athl.tic. and Military Drill fr.. to all llud.nU. M. O. McLAUGHLIN, PRESIDENT