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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY ,17, 1899.
IOWA'S NEW PRESIDENT
3IACI.EAX AVILD nCGIN HIS
DUTIES AUGUST 1.
Ilia Career nn Student and Instructor
Interesting Educational Xcsva
From Leading: Schools and
CoIIcsca of the IVest.
Chancellor MacXean, of -the University
of Nebraska, will take up ,his duties of
ficially as president of Iowa State univer
sity August 1. His Inauguration will occur
some time between September 2D and Oc
tober 6, and promises to be an affair largely
attended and unusually brilliant. He ac
cepted the call to the University of Iowa
because he believed that there w ere gTeater
opportunities to work. Iowa people are
congratulating themselves upon his accept
ance, and the board of regents Is very en
thusiastic and loyal in Its support. His
leaving Is greatly regretted by Nebraska,
as he has done a great work In the face
DR. GEORGE E. 3IACLEAN,
-New President of" Iowa State University.
of the hard times of the last four years.
George Edwin MacXean was chancellor
ti of tho University of Nebraska. He was,
ll rinrn In Rnekville. Conn.. Aucust 31. 1850.
Dr. MacLean received his preparatory ed
ucation In Westfleld academy and WIllls
ton seminary, Mass. He entered 'YVllliains
college, from which he was graduated In
1S7L He completed a course of study at
Yale Theological school In 1S74, and ac
cepted the pastorate of the Presbyterian
and Congregational Society, of New Le
banon, N. Y. From 18T7 to 1SS1 he was
minister of the Memorial Presbyterian
church. Troy, N. T.
Going abroad In the latter year he stud
led at the University of Leipzig until 1ES3,
with the exception of two semesters at the
University of Berlin. He devoted his at
tention to philology and history. Biblical
exegesis and old-English literature. He
collated several Old English manuscripts
In the British museum, Oxford and Cam
" - bridge. He made the degreo of Ph. D. at
1 Leipzig. After an extended tour through
lurope he returned to the United States,
oUTJJ shortly thereafter accepted the chair
JjrSngllsh language and literature in the
,,VJ 5?rslty of Minnesota,
I ithe expiration of seven years of serv
um rAobtnlncd a leave of absence, spend
tory lO'J-n months in studying the British
tfnvcjejwrtWnd In making cycle tours through
a gaod rifl, jf e resumed the duties of his
Tti? fcoirwjjip in December, 1E92: "but again
n iaa:-?, JUifcegan researches in the Blblloth
teriae r",iilK?nale. Paris. In 1S91 he was elect
ing strce; jer of the Philological Society of
wt..j Cuecd also of the American Phllo
frt W3JtcIety, the Modern Language As-
r.-, nJJn. the American Dialect Society.
ptr jmerlean Forestry Association, an hon-
rmiiiV member of the Whip Society of
jrlnoeton university, of the North Ameri
can Beekeepers; Association, and the Socl-
Contlnned on Eighth Pace.
MISS BIGELDW'S school
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS,
"79 Troost Avenno,
Will reopen Wednesday, Sept. 20, lift.
(Formerly 1Z2S-1ZS East Ninth Street)
Pupils will be received for the Aca
demic, Grammar, Primary and Kin
dergarten Departments. The Academ
ic Includes the College Preparatory
Course. An advanced English Course
has been planned for those not desir
ing to enter college. The school is to
open In new quarters, the large, sunny
house, 729 Troost avenue, having been
secured. This building Is remarkably
well adapted for the purpose for which
It is to be used, and Is In perfect con
dition, extensive repairs having been
completed. Large grounds surround It.
The location Is unusually desirable,
being off the car line and but a few
feet from the Junction of lines at
Eighth street and Troost avenue, and
so Is accessible to all parts of the city.
For circulars and further Informa
tion address MISS BIGELOW, J32S
East Kintn street, Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas City's Recognized Leader.
1210-1212 Alain Street.
New Standard Shorthand. Voucher
System of Bookkeeping. A Practical
Telegraph Department. "Write for Catalogue.
' UNIVERSITY ACADEAIY,"-.,
A HOME SCHOOL FOK TWENTY ErrtS.
Incorporated last and approved for all courses
ty the University ot Missouri. Thorough prep
aration tcr Yale. Harvard. West Point and An
napolis. Young bojs admitted. Home life, mill
tarr training and athletics. PERSONAL SU
X'ERVISION' and INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION'.
xapenencea teacnere ana complete equipments.
x or catalogue, aoaress
JOHN B. welch. A. M.. Principal.
INDEPnXDH.NCE, MO. Easy of
access, moderate expense; genuine
C-wlcIllllc8 rr Instruction,
i All 3e- "V- m ffw -" mndclt rharts. '
fpartmcnU. Mus!c-C V-v-. library.
Lft prciaiij. awkutb "wriri
I surrounainct. Tnoroueti in-1 ills
Cstructloa, Kindly eupcrv Irion. ror-, r
( catalogue, address Geo. S. ttmnt. PreaMsi
rounded In 4KJ. Bulldlnca and endowment Tour
Hundred Thousand Dollar. Specialist In each de
partment" Libraries. Museum. Laboratories. Gym
toslu'ji. Board at about two dollars a eek In the
fittest college doraltorr In the state. Business de
partment. Catalop-ues sent free. Address President
' C B. Craltfiead, Fajette. Missouri.
COTTEY COLLEGE -
YOUNG LAIIItS AND MISSES,
rheaomenst success. Three college courses. Conserva.
torj of Music In new building Madame Edouard
Stilts, directress. D'grecs conferred In MUSIC. ART.
HLOCUTION and DELSAHTE. BUSINESS, CUL1N
AUT and BEWISO Departments. Large and beautiful
vsmpue; splendid buildings wlta modern conven
iences. Remarkable health record; STRONO CHRIS
TIAN INFLUENCE. Very reasonable rates. For lllus
Irtfe4 catalogue address MRS. V. S. C. STOCKARD,
THE KANSAS CITY
5CH00L OF ORATORY
Wll bln Its recular aesilon SEPTEMBER 11.
CSssms dally In Elocution. Oratory, Physical Culture,
fthetorle and Literature. Saturday class. Evening
lau for professional and budncss men. Special
f-eturday class for boya and girls. Privau InstrucUon
at ani tlma. Writs for catalocue. PRESTON K.
MLLENBECK. Director, ICU and 1014 Walnut a..
iunsaa City. l!o. '
Instructions Given la
Drawlne and Painting:
SnltUER CLASS NOW OPEN.
WIIIInm VUotaor'ea Studio,
Pepper Bids., fth and Locust' St., Kansas Qty, Mo.
A Distinctively Christian Home School, but Not Sectarian.
Mil ITARV Not to overshadow the more important work at the school or
1UIL.1IAIVI become Irksome to any; yet not slighted in any of its helpful
features in the dally life, manly bearing and physical culture of the boy.
"MT RARRAD A" 'n"ltn lts acres of school grounds. Is Ideal in location,
1111. DAnDAnH beauty and sanitary conditions. Just outside the city lim
its, and but a short distance from the noted Oak Dale park. The school buildings
occupy a prominent piece of ground overlooking woodlands, hills and dales on the
north, east and south, and the city on the west, making the site one of the most
pleasing and attractive places In the state.
WWO DISTINCT DEPARTMENTS ?,? ?rra?ngcof0youngh tS?cS2
tween the ages of S and 14, and the other for the special adaptability of older boys
and young men who desire to work along special lines, or fit themselves for col
lege or business.
We knout of no other ichnol in the Wttt ichleJt ha giren, or is prepared to aire, to prominent
a place to young bopt and the preparatory and .first yearn of acad-mic wort, yo boy will be
permitted to enter the eecond department of thU tchool, or past from the firtt to it, who it not in
et'ry way a healthful and helptut example to the younger boy Thoroughness shall characterize
every department of work. For further information, address,
A. Q. GATES (Principal) Salina, Kas.
At the head of the Public School system of the state, with a splendid equip
ment for higher education, has a Faculty of sixty-nine members: Twenty-seven
professors, thirteen associate professors, seventeen assistant professors, six
instructors and six lecturers, besides ten library, museum, laboratory and shop
Has nine buldings costing $150,000: (1) North College, erected 1S6G, 20,000, oc
cupied by the School of Fine Arts; 12) Fraser Hall (main building), erected 1S72.
$173,000; (3) Chemistry Building, 18S3, $12,000; (4) Snow Hall, of Natural History,
1SSG, $00,000; (5) Power House. 1SST, $16,000; (6) Chancellor's Residence, 1S93, $12,000;
(7) Spooner Library, 1S34, $73,000; (S) Blake Hall of Physics and Electrical En
gineering, 1S93, $5S,O00; (9) Fowler Machine Shops, 1S99, $22,000. Will also have
next year (10), a new Chemistry Building, $53,000, making a total of ten buildings
at a cost of $503,000.
Has 32,000 books In the library and scientific apparatus and museum col
lections valued at $250,000. '
Every Kansas boy and irirl with the necessary qualifications Is entitled to
attend this Institution "WITHOUT CHARGE FOR ADMISSION OR TUI
TION. Tuition for non-residents of Kansas In Schools of Art and Engineering, $10
per annum; in Schools of Pharmacy, Law and Medicine, $23 per annum; In
School of Fine Arts, $70 .per annum.
Good board, from $2 to $3 per week; rooms, from $2 to $3 per month.
Has 250 courses of study in liberal arts and courses In law, medicine,
pharmacy, fine arts, pedagogy, engineering (civil, electrical, mechanical, min
ing); also graduate courses leading to the degrees of A. M., M. S. and Ph. D.
Fall term begins September 6.
For catalogues and other Information address
CHANCELLOR F. H. SNOTV, Lawrence, Kas.
ST. JOHN'SmjTARYSl I
III (m. Thorough courses of study. Diploma admits
Only Military School In Kansas. All form
er students who enlisted In late war became
commissioned or non-commissioned officers.
Thorough courses of study. Diploma admits
to tho State University without examination.
Large and massive building; separate gym
nasium; refined and earnest class of boys,
enthusiastic over their school. Term opens
September 6th. ,
REV. ROBERT H. MIZE,
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School which inspires loyalty and self-respect
In Its students, which trains body,
mind and soul for tho
responsibilities of the future, which alms
to fit its students for life In two worlds, is
worthy of confidence. Such a
well-manned and caulpped, and located In
one of the most beautiful, healthful and
moral towns In the land. Is
Let us tell you more about it. "Write freely for information, or send for a cat
alogue. Address Prest. J. D. S. RIGGS. Ph. D.,
714 Main street, Ottawa, Kas.
ST. MARYS, KANSAS.
Best school for boys in the "West. St. Marys College is in the hands of
the Jebuit Fathers ; has two courses of study, the Classical and the Com
mercial. Accommodations excellent; charges very moderate. For Cata
logue apply to the president. KEV. JAS. JUcCABE, S. J.
Bookkeeping, ShorthanS. Typewriting, Penmanship, Telegraphy and all English and Commercial
Branches thoroughly taught by experienced teachers. Centrally located. Highest Indorsements. Ele
cant apartments For Illustrated catalogue containing full Information and list showing hundreds of
pupil In positions address CO0NR0D Jt SMITH, corner Tenth and Walnut streets, Kansas City, Mo.
Offers most advantages and at lowest cost.
Good board with furnished room SS and $10 per
month. Full scholarship 53. .More positions
offered the past year than we could fill.
For decant catalocue In colors, circulars, etc,
address the president,
C. E. D. PARKER,
Wentworth Military Academy,
Oldest, largest and mc3t completely equipped military school In ths
Central West. Courses of study prepare for the government acad
emies, for college, or for life. Under both national and state su
pervision. Same management for twenty years. For Catalogue,
address. COL. SANDFORD SELLERS. M. A..
Conservatory of Music for Ladies
LITERARY COURSE IN THE HANDS OF
THE CONSERVATORY PRESIDED OVER BY
SCHARWENKA, OF BERLIN.
ART DEPARTMENT UNEXCELLED.
Endowed Schools give more for a dollar than the un
endowed. Hardin has more endowment than all the
other girls' schools in Missouri
JOHN W. MILLION,
1251 College Place, MEXICO, MO.
I Send.thii Coupon to the Presi
dent for Conditions.
Bethany College for Young Ladies and
Bethany College of Music and Fine Arts.
Three chartered institutions of learning all In one. Nine departments, thirty
professors and instructors, 600 students. LARGEST CHURCH COLLEGE IN KAN
SAS. Classical, scientific and literary college courses. leading to a degree and to
LIFE CERTIFICATES to teach. Admission to Freshman same as In State Uni
versity. SPLENDID ACADEMY. NORMAL course leading to three years and life
certificates. Greatest musical CONSERVATORY of the West. Homo of famous
annual "MESSIAH" concerts. Fine ART department. Fully equipped BUSINKSS
COLLEGE, with SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING. Splendid school of ELOCU
TION and ORATORY leading to a degree. MODEL SCHOOL for very young
students. Excellent board at $1.G0, $2.00 or $2.50." Steam heated buildings. Beauti
ful grounds. Location in the center of Kansas and Just right for Oklahoma and
Indian Territory patronage. Send 5 cents for 120 page illustrated catalogue. Add 3
cents for 20xlG Inch portrait of the faculty, 5 cents for same size picture of college.
Fifty cents buys a very large and handsome college thermometer. Write to-day to
President CARL SWENISSON,
Is an endowed institution for both sexes. It has COLLEGIATE. PREPARA
TORY, NORMAL. COMMERCIAL and MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS. The Col
legiate Department offers Classical, Scientific and Literary Courses. Marshall
hall for ladies and a dormitory for gentlemen, both under direct college super
vision, are special features. The health record of the college is unsurpassed. The
Faculty is composed of graduates of reputable institutions, who have liad the
advantage of university training or European study and travel. Graduates have
been admitted on certificate to the Senior Classes of Yale and Princeton universi
ties and, without exception, have maintained high standing. The May Music Fes
tival has become the musical event of Northwestern Missouri and Southwestern
For catalogues and Information, address at Tarkio, Missouri.
J. A. THOMPSON, President.
SEi 4S- -J!: Er3S-i7-J
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A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR' BOTH SEXES.
Conservatory of Music,
All departments under Military Discipline. Commodious Bnlldinjfs. Steam Heat. Complete Equipment. 'Able
Faculty. Thorourh Instruction. Carefully Managed. Home. A Safe Place for 'Young People. Session begins
September 5th. For printed matter address, HHtS, W. W. unftnuttK.
RAKER T TNIYERSITY.
THE OLDEST CQLLEGE IN KANSAS.
Diploma is a Life Certificate without EXPENSES LOWER TlfAK
further examination to teach m die J OTJIElt PLACES WITH LIKE
public schools ofJtansas. W ADVANTAGES.
Besides a FULLY EQUIPPED COLLEGE, special advantages aronffcrcd in
ACADEMY, SCHOOL OF FINE AUTS, XOltMAL and COMMERCIAL
departments. For catalogue and particulars address
FKfciJlUfciN l AlUKuiN, Baldwin, tas.
Tho Western Conservatory.
The Western Conservatory, at corner
of 3th and Locust streets, is the oldest
and largest conservatory of music in
Kansas City. It Is authorized by tho
state, and the various departments
represent all branches of musical In
struction. Pupils registered last year
Irom eleven states. For catalogue ap
ply to E. H. SCOTT. President. Kansas CiUvflo.
WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE
Founded ISO. The best endowed and the most largelr
attended college for younc men In Missouri; 27 pro
lessors and Instructors; 10 buildings; 4 scientific
laboratories; li,C00 volumes In library; 75 periodicals
In reading room; best college gaymnaslum in the
West: athletic Held: irater works and baths: steam
heat. Collfglate. Academic and Business Courses.
Expensts. 2150 to 1250 per year. For catalogue, ad
dress J. P. GREENE.
President, Liberty. Missouri.
FOR YOUNG WEN. M ,
Offers degree courses In Arts, Leltera and Sci
ence. Good Preparatory and Business Courses,
Excellent Bible Course. Courses of study large
ly electlTe. Club or prirate boarding. Fulton
Is one at ths most moral towns In the state.
For catalogue address
en. r.AKVjuc-st secy.
' COMJIEItCIAL COLLEGE.
ENGLISH BRANCHES, etc.
M Rooms, 18 Teachers and Lecturers.
Thorough and practical Instruction at
lowest rates consistent with tha high
est grade of scholarship.
J. F. SPALDING, A. M President,
East Wing N. Y. Life Bldg., Kansas
A HOHE AND DAY SCHOOL FOX GIBLS.
Opens Wednesday, Sept. 13. 1199. Healthful
IocaUoo. Experienced teachers. Home-like In
fluences. A strictly high class Girls' school.
Only twenty boarders taken. Apply early to"
MISS JULIA MEGQUIEl.. rnnclpaU
Liberty Ladies' College
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI.
TENTH YEAR. Unprecedented Growth and Prosperity.
ss- I " -tsH ""
Relying solely upon Its merits in solid work, under specialists trained In the
leading colleges and universities of Europe and America, the college stands
easily in the front rank of Western schools. For these reasons, and these alone,
the College presents its claims to public patronage and public confidence.
OF MUSIC AND FINE ARTS
INCORPORATED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI.
FOUNDED ON THE METHODS AND PRINCI
PLES of Royal Conservatory of Music. Leipzig;
Royal Conservatory of Music, Berlin; Royal Acad
emy of Music. London. Frofes-sors full gradu
ates with high honors from these Conservatories.
AN LPRIGBT CONCERT GRAND PIANO, quoted by Brad- f M W1I I I A MS Droc-f LIBERTY.
bur) at SlOoa. and other prizes at May Festlral. Address " " " a.sriia.jF i iui., MISSOURI
Is located in the HIGHEST and HEALTHIEST CITY between the Missis
sippi River and the Rockies;, has COLLEGE and ACADEMY departments
for both sexes: fine homes for students under the best supervision, and
offers superior instruction. Three hundred and twenty-five students last
year. Fall term admission examinations September 13.
For catalogue and circulars for 1890-1900 address
HOMER T. FULLER, President.
St. Mary's Academy,
' r - - i ; - s
I HE BEST SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
Thisboarding- school for young
ladies offers excellent advantages
for arefined education. Thecourse
of study is systematic arid thor
ough. Do you wish to secure for
your daughters opportunities of
the first class? If so, apply to the
REV. MOTHER SUPERIOR.
KANSAS CITY UNIVERSITY.
This institution comprises Mather College, College of Physicians and Sur
geons, College of Homeopathic Medicine, Kansas City Academy, College
of Theologj-, etc. Special advantages are presented to students who are
dependent on their own support. Send for catalogue and information to
D. S. STEPHENS, Chancellor, Kansas City, Kas.
CM of I
INSTRUCTION IN DRAWING, PAINTING.
COMPOSITION, ARTISTIC ANATOMY, JJ
PERSPECTIVE, ETC jt jt ji J J
Special Class in Newspaper and Magazine
Fan Tern Bexins September 4. For catalorne address
12U Main St. E. A. HUPPERT, Director.
Ne session opens September 18th. 1835. Tw Tears' coarse
leading to degree ot LL. D. Diploma almlts to the bar. All
sessions held In the evening, so that students mar obtain
practical experience In law offices or carry on some Independ
ent work. Tuition Flttr Dollars per Tear. All expenses low.
FACULTY Hon. F. M. Black. Hon. O. It. Dean. Hon.
E. L. Scarrltt. Mr. 3. B. Ladd. Mr. C O. Tlcheaor. Hon.
John P. Philips. Hon. T. A. GUI. Mr. J. V. C Karnes. Hon.
E. R. Gates. Hon. B. J. Ingrahara. Mr. R. E. Ball. Mr. D. B.
Holmes. Mr. rrank Haxarman. lion. i j. uojio. iir. J. w.
Snider, Mr. V. P. Borland. Mr. E. D. Ellison.
For Information address T7M. P. BORLAND. Dean. 71I-H. X. Y. UI Bldg.. Kansas CUT. Mo.
The leading Penmanship School, Shorthand Institute and Commercial College In the West. The high
est Success and Urgest Enrollment. Twelve professional teachers. Rates low: board cheap: surround
ings moral. For Journal,, address T. W. ROACH. Gen. Supt., Salina. Kansas.
And Conservatory of Music.
For Tonng Ladles. Elegant location. Special coursea leading to degrees In Literature. Music. Art.
Elocution, rrepares for Bryn Mawr ana weuesjey. Jr or cauuogaa aaarcas i.x-.uuH, rra w uiiaa,jia.
HOWARD-PAYNE COLLEGE, r(W3hi
foil TOUNO WOMEN AND GIRLS. Modern and progressive. Preparatory and college coursea.
.orate, art, elocution, Delsarte. physical culture. Flttr-oUh annual session begins September 7.
183J. Send for Illustrated catalogue. HIRAM D. GROVES. Fresldsst.
Colleges and Seftools throughout the west
That It Pays to Advertise in J)iJ- jOUfttl