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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JULY 18, 1921.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
Commercial Clubs Should Ad
vocate Proper Training of
Youths, College Presi
dent Declares. ,
, "One of the strange things of this
life is the lethargy of business men
as regards efforts to prove that the
""V)rofession of business is superior to
Rll others," said H. B. Boyles, presi
dent of Boyles college. .
"In the last decade business has
been reduced to a science, controlled
by fixed principles and has won a
place among the learned professions.
The collective wisdom and experi
ence of business men has been chart
ed and expounded for the guidance
of those who follow after. It seems
to me that our commercial clubs
might take up the matter of advising
parents of the unusual opportuni
tics lying before their sons and
daughters in the domain of business.
Should they do so they would confer
liisting benefits upon the rising gen
eration. The traditional professions
"The summer school enables many
to put in their time profitably in
study of business office practice,
stenography, banking and in brush
ing up in English composition
rithmetie. etc. There is no shorter
cut to the attainment of a working
knowledge of business, for the busi
ness, for the student is shown what
to expect upon entering the average
business office. Knowing that, and
something of the technique of the
several business vocations which we
j'cach, the student starts in many
' laps ahead of the novice who has
had no training. In fact the man or
woman who enters a business office
without an education is very much
"My prediction is that the time is
not far distant when business will
be widely recognized as the leading
profession, calling for just as much
skill and scientific knowledge as any
other profession. Today it holds re
wards far greater than others, not
only as regards money, but also as
it wins social prominence. The fore
rpost men of any community are the
business men. A business training
confers, upon the young man or
woman great advantages and speeds
them up in their progress toward the
top of the ladder."
v Creighton University.
r- Thursday Hvs. MKuel Rkmognlno, Josa
' Blnsrha and Abdon Cltutntea of tha Ar
f entino republic and Chile arrived at
Creighton university from California, and
tha following- Saturday Father Haraa of
Spain cam from St. Mary college,
Kansaa. on a tour of Impaction of Amen,
can educational v Inatltutlona. Father
Ramofnlno and Rlnarhe have apent fust
yeara In the United Statea. during Whlrh
they hare traveled extensively, oesia-e ,
following a four-year courae at St. Louie
university and a couraa of one year at
aeconu viaii 10 v-reiunion univ.iauy.
vteitora ahowed Interest In trie Dunainiis
nd equipment of Creighton and In the
progress of tha university's development.
The four left together for Chicago.
July 10. ,
President Robert M. Kelley of Regie col
lege, Denver, former dean of the Crelgh
ton college of arte, waa here Saturday,
nd Sunday, on hla way back to Denver" .
irom St. Louis university, where he had;
attended a meeting of the presidents ot
a number of American collegea and unl- 1
versltles. President McCormick of Crelgh.
tor. attended the same meeting and ar
rived back In Omaha July 13, after a,
short visit at St. Marys college. Kansas.
Rev. Stephen Boyle left for 'Wisconsin
Monday, after a stay or wmii iu w
at Ctelghton. Rev, F. X. Reilly. pro
feaaor of English In the college of arts,
i... rt v.rttnn ft.. Julv S. and rtev.
Joaeph Weia returned from Denver July
after aome three weeks' absence.
f The film or tne wreignion caramjuv.
... ..mmimi which haa been shown
to the Omaha public, formed part of ona
of the regular summer sonoo, -
ments In tha creignion iinijuiiii
tortum, July U-, .
Nebraska School of Business.
Miss Mary Oerold of Atwood, Kan., n
rolled for the stenographic course.
Miss Dora Chuhbuck haa accepted
position in the offlcea of the Old Line In
HnJ Hud Oogvlna hat lecttsa to
position aa commercial imiruc u
jo.no 'V.,;. t. n
MISS oertna -niii"i. Z Voeented
nay ana ujui , e . . .
A.itiAn. at tha atata house, with State
Superintendent Matsen, and the depart
ments of agriculture and finance, respec
MY"- a A h. .Hirfent.
and faculty at the convocation hour Fri
day on ' Americanism.
Common Sense .
Holding a Husband
Adele Garrison's Nev- Phase of
Revelations of a Wife
The Thought That Troubled Madge
All Night Long.
Don't you think I'd better bunk
down here on this couch?" Dicky
queried when he had expressed in
rather exuberant fashion his approval
of my answer to his question con
cerning Dr. Pcttit. "Junior may be
restless, and then you'll need me."
"Not unless he's really ill, some
thing which I do not anticipate at
all," I returned. "So it really would
be absurd for you to exchange a
comfortable bed like the one in that
farmhouse for this narrow couch.
Besides, I have a special reason for
wishing you to get a good sleep to
night. I want you over here ready
to take care of junior at 7 tomorrow
"What an unearthly hour!" Dicky
groaned. I do not know of anyone
who hates early rising as sincerely
as does my husband. Even his
anxiety for Junior, his real to serve
him, was not proof against this pre
judice, "Oh!" with sudden contri
tion. "Do you expect to be kept
awake all night?" ''
"I Wonder if This Will Mean
"Indeed, no," I returned. "You
know if I keep my hand lying on
his little body, he won't make a
single movement that won't awaken
me. I expect to sleep the night
I spoke only the truth. It was a
feat born of instinct and long prac
tice, a trick known to every mother.
"Then why the awful rush?" asked
Dicky, dolefully. ,
Because I have to meet Robert
Savarin with the car at Southampton
tomorrow morning at 9" I said quiet
ly, my sense of the dramatic making
me enjoy his stark surprise at my
"Whew I" he whistled softly. "So
that's the lay of the land, is it? I
suppose Marion asked for him."
"Demanded him," I returned. "And
Lillian could refuse her nothing. At
that, I imagine "
Lillian was secretely glad to ac
quiesce, and that pronto, he in
terrupted. "Sure thing! I wonder if
this wilt mean " .
His voice trailed off into silence.
and he took a cigar from his case
and bit the end savagely for a few
seconds, a sure sign that he was per
"D'ye know," he said at last, "I
can't help thinking of old Harry
I'll be blessed if I can. When I
think of the good times we four
used to have together it makes me
fairly sick the way things hav
turned out. Of course, he's been a
blackguard to Lil. and she doesn i
owe him a single kopeck's worth of
loyalty, but still
"You'd like to see her spoil her
own life and Robert's for the sake of
a man who doesn't want her, and
who has been about as contemptible
as a man could be and live.
I flung the words out hotly, for
Dicky s attitude incensed me. He
threw up his arm in front of his
face, pretending to dodge a blow."
Was Madge Mistaken?
"Oh! I know you hate old Harry
like poison, he said aggneveoly. "I
suppose you have reason to, althougl
I should think if I could overlook
that, you could."
I knew he referred to the time
during the war when Harry Under
wood had been a participant, drink'
crazed it is true, but still active, in
Grace Drapers plot to send my hus
band to his death. To Dicky's gen
erous mind, his one-time best friend
had blotted out his infamy by his
later atonement when he had saved
my husband from death or a Ger
man prison by his sacrifice. But I
could not so easily forgive him, and
I had many, many other counts
against Harry Underwood, although
I, too, had felt the man's undeniable
This attitude of. Dicky's I found
myself worrying about it after he
had left me, and had gone with my
father to the neighboring farmhouse
where we had rooms. It would
make most complicated for me the
accomplishing of a purpose aear to
my heart freeing Lillian from Harry
Underwood, and giving her the
happiness which she had Deen denied
all her self-sacrificing life.
The problem was far more dis
turbing than Junior, who slept like
the proverbial top, though when or
where a top sleeps has always been
an unsolved puzzle to me. But
every time I sank into sleep the
thought of Dicky's lingering regard
for Harry Underwood flung my eye
lids wide open again. How to make
him see the man as I do!
Of course, there was one way!
Subconsciously this thought per
sisted through my waking and sleep
ing moments. I never had told
Dicky of the persistent romantic at
tention which Harry Underwood
had forced upon me, and he so
ridiculously jealous in other direc
tions at the most trivial things had
been unusually obtuse where his best
friends was concerned. But I knew
that if I could bring myself to reveal
By J. J. MtJNDY.
Make'Ute of Knowledge.
you never make use of it?
When a person is given a bit of
knowledge by a . .teacher with it
should go the how to make use of
it the practical application.
It is practical application of
knowledge which makes - it worth
The mere fact that you can repeat
a rule will not get you anywhere.
What does the rule mean and how
does it apply is the next step.
Until you know the application
your rule is worth nothing to you.
But some persons do not care to
apply the rule too much work.
They are content with an action of
the jaws which repeats a certain
combination of sounds in correct or
der and in parrot style they will tell
you the rule, but to get under the
rule is too much bother.
No rule will do the work for you.
V.,i rtA fnrmnlae all vntir
life, but if you did not mix the right
ingredients in exact proportion you
could not build a cement sidewalk
which would hold together, or pro
duce a sour milk cake which did not
taste of the soda.
Every bit of knowledge you get
should be applied to everything else
you know, mentally first, then
practically to see if it does not make
other things easier, along the lines
that it could apply to.
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Mt. Loretto, Council Bluffs, Iowa. ' j j
to him Harry Underwood't attitude
toward me, could tell him some of the
impassioned things the older man
had uttered, Dicky would be as bit
ter against him as even I could de
Or was I mistaken? Would he
obstinately clinp; to his loyalty, be
lieve that I either imagined my state
ments or purposely represented them
in order to prejudice him?
Thrs was the troubling thought
which in the hour just before dawn
brought me wide awake, and kept
sleep from me until rising tune.
Patent medicines are forbidden en
trance into Italy, Roumania, Algeria
and Sierra Leone.
College of Art anal Science
Preparatory and Normal
School of Education
School of Commerce
School of Fin Arte
School of Household Arts
School of Expression
Model School for Teachers,
consisting of Kindergarten,
Primary and Grade.
Course leading to all classes
of Teacher' Certificate.
Double Room in College
Dormintory, $1.28 Week
Well-served and excellently
cooked food at College Dining
Hall, $4.50 week.
Write for Catalogue and
E. E. Stauf fer,
Midland College, Fremont,
Donald J. Cowling, President
A college of the first rank in Arts.
Science, and Music Modern, well
equipped buildings, exceptional oppor
tunities for athletics, debate, and oratory.
The ratio of one instructor to twelve
students provides for individual atten
tion to each student. A faculty of well
trained and experienced teachers, specialists in their subjects.
To surround the students with influences that make for distinctively Chris
. For information or catalog, writ n fie Chairman of tb Board oj Dtans,
Cartoon ColUt, Nortbjitld, Minn.
Summer Camp begins Tuesday, June 28,
1921. Term runs two months.
Regular term begins, Thurday, September
15,1921. Term runs nine months.
Early enrollment in both Summer Camp
and Academy i necessary, a capacity ia
annually taxed. Catalogue. Addre.
Col. E. Y. Burton, President
Boa 11 1 1 Mexico, Me.
Established 1827 50 minutafiom St. Louis
Buildings are the finest that modern architectural science can devise.
Educational facilities the best that three million dollar equipment and
endowment can provide. A college ever faithful to the purpose of its
founders to teach highest Christian ideals. Students may elect either
two or four year college courses conferring degrees or special courses
in Music, Home Economics, Library Science. Careful attention paid
to physical development. Athletic fields foe sports of all kinds.
Gymnasium and Swimming P00L Fall term opens September 13th.
For catalog, writ
J. L. ROEMER, D. D., President Box 122, St. Charles, Mo.
By reason of its location Creighton University is
in 8 position to give invaluable assistance to anyone
entering its classes.
. The college is Non-Sectarian in all its professional
courses. The location is ideal and combines the healthy
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A Non-Sectarian Boarding and Day
School for Boy and Girl 6 to 16
Years Fall Term September 6
Telephone Harney 2049. 3507 Harney St
Small Classes, Personal Attention, Airy Rooms.
Luncheon Service, Strict Discipline, Carefully
Supervised Study and Play.
School Motto: "Every Pupil Recite Every
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Nebraska State Text Books Used. Instructors
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Tutoring In All Branches. Summer Classes
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Healthfully Located Two Miles Beyond
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Buildings Modern and Thoroughly Equipped
School Opens September 6
Address Reverend President
i How can a mother best gain the
confidence of her very reserved
daughter ci 14?
By confiding in her daughter.
Even a very reserved girl of 14 will
reciprocate, J( he i made confidant
THOUSANDS of young men and young women have passed out of this door to
success in the business world. You find them holding high positions all
over the United States bank officers, railroad officials, general managers,
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sity instructors, court reporters, expert accountants; you find them as managers
and owners in mercantile, manufacturing, real estate, brokerage and insurance
They owe their fuccess largely to the training they received in
Boyles College an intensive, comprehensive training in a
school of business efficiency that has held the leadership west
of Chicago for a quarter century. -
Boyles College is the largest institution devoted to business
instruction in the western half of the United States. It is an
Accredited School, a fact which stamps it not only as the lead
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men in all lines.
Why take chances with your future when by insisting upon the
emblem of the Accredited School you can get the most for each
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