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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1899.
WAS ONGE A NEWSBOY
HER03IC HAM. IIAYMOXD, OP "WEST
Ham Alsrnys Ileen a Hnril "Worker In
teresting Xcvrs From Colleges of
Mlanonrl and Jfelshbor- i
Jerome Hall Raymond, the new president
of the "West Virginia university in Morgan-
town, is in many respects a remarkable
He began life as a newsboy and won his
JEROME HALL RATMOND,
President ot TVest Virginia University.
high rank in the scientific world by his own
exertions. Mr. Raymond was born at Clin
ton, la., March 10, 1S66. When but 2 years
old his. parents took up their residence in
Chicago, and from that time his life was
spent principally In that'eity. At the age
of 13 Mr. Raymond learned shorthand and
typewriting and before he was If went to
Bt. Paul, Minn., as stenographer for a
wholesale hardware house. At the age,, of
36 he entered the employment of the Pull
man Palace Car Company, beginning as
stenographer to the auditor and ending as
private secretary to the president, George
AH this time Mr. Raymond had read and
studied diligently, and at IS decided to gain
Continued on SerentU Fast.
MISS B1GEL0WS SCHOOL
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS,
"72.9 Troost fluenno.
Will reopen Wednesday. Sept. 20, lit!.
(Formerly 1S2C-1XS East Ninth Street.)
Pupils will be received for the Aca
demic, Grammar, Primary and Kin
dergarten Departments. The -Academic
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. 1328
East Ninth street, Kansas City, Mo.
ENGLISH BRANCHES, etc.
20 Rooms. 18 Teachers and Lecturers.
Thorough and practical instruction at '
loweFt rates consistent with the high
est grade of scholarship.
J. F. SPALDING, A. M.. President.
East Wing N. Y. Life Bldg.. Kansas
Kansas City's Recognized Leader.
1210-1212 Main Street.
New Standard Shorthand. Voucher
System of Bookkeeping. A Practical
Telegraph Department. Write for Cat
Westminster College ft
FOR YOUNG MEN.
OSere degree courses la Arts. Letter nd Sel
ene. Good Preparatory and Dullness Courses.
Eicelle.it Blblo Coarse. Courses of study large
ly elective. Club or private boarding, rulion
Is one of tLe most moral towns In the state.
Tor catalogue address
U. If. HAKQUESS. Sec'y.
The WoRtern CnnRnrvatnri
The Western Conservatory, at corner
of Sth and Locu&t streets, is the oldest
and largest conservator!' of music in
Kansas City. It is authorized by the
state, and the various departments.
reprcsent all branches of musical in
struction. Pupils registered last year
uuiu citvtii mmes. r or catalogue ap-
v hjc ii. atui i. rrcsijeni. Kansas tilv. mo.
A HOME AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
OD.HS Wednesday. Sept. 13, IKS. Healthful
location. Experienced teachers. Ileme-lllte In
fluences. A strictly high class Clrls' school.
Only twenty boarders tal.en. Apply early to
MISS JULIA MEGQU1KR, Principal
A 1I0UE SCHOOL FOR TWENTY BOYS.
Incorporated 1S94 and approved for all courses
by the University of Missouri. Thorough prep
aration lor Yale. Harvard, West Point and An
napolis. Young boys admitted. Home life, mili
tary training and athletics. PERSONAL SU
PERVISION and INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION.
Experienced teachers and complete equipments.
For catalogue, address
JOHN B. WELCH, A. M., Principal.
WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE
rounded ISO. The best endowed and ths most largely
attended college tor young men In Missouri: 27 pro
fessors and lnstructori. 10 buildings: s scientific
laboratories; 1J.0O0 volumes In library; 75 periodicals
In reading room; best college gaymnaslum In the
West, athletic teld: -water -works and baths: steam
teat. Collegiate, Academic and Dullness Courses!
Sinenses. JIM to JS per year. Tor catalogue, ad
" J. P. GREENE,
President. Liberty, Missouri.
i 5eminilitary School,
A Distinctively Christian Home School, but Not Sectarian.
Mil ITARV "t t0 overshadow the more important -work at the school or
iiiiL.iltivi 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 RARRAPA"wlth lts acres of school grounds. Is ideal in location,'
jiii. urtivunrva. 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.
mW0 DISTINCT DEPARTMENTS 2? fKSS W.'SS
tween the ages of 8 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.
JV know of no other school in the West which has gizen, or is prepared to aire, so prominent
a place to young bovs and the preparatory and Jtrst years of academic work Xoboy will be
permitted to enter the second department of thit school, or pass from the first to it. who is not in
every way a healthful and helpial example to tht younger boy Thoroughness shall characterize
every department of wort. For further information, address,
A. Q. GATES (Principal) Salina, Kas.
The University of Kansas.
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 buldlngs costing $430,000: (1) North College, erected 1SG6, $20,000, oc
cupied by the School of Fine Arts: (2) Fraser Hall (main building), erected 1ST2,
$173,000; (3) Chemistry Building, 1SS3, $12,000;' (4) Snow Hall, of Natural History,
1ES6. $60,000; (5) Power House, 1SS7, $15,000; (6) Chancellor's Residence. lSlfo, $12,000;
(7) Spooner Library, 1S54, $73,000; (8) Blake Hall of Physics and Electrical En
gineering, 1895, JSS.OOO; (9) Fowler Machine Shops, 1S99, $22,000. Will also have
next year (10), a new Chemistry Building, $33,000, making a total of ten buildings
at a cost of $505,000.
Has 32,000 books in the library and scientific apparatus and museum col
lections valued at $250,000.
Every Kansas boy and clrl 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 230 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. SNOW, Lawrence, Kas.
A COMPETITIVE SCHOLARSHIP
Send this Coupon to the Presi
dent for Conditions.
And Conservatory of Music for Ladies.
Largest and Most Prosperous Ladies' College in the West.
HARDIN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC IS PRESIDED OVER BT
SCHARWENKA, OF BERLIN,
Jioyal Prussian Professor, Court Pianist to Emperor of Austria.
Hardin is the only conservatory in America with which Scharwcnka is con
nected. A $3,500 pipe organ in the cons crvatory. Tho vocal department is thor
ough. Mrs. L. N. Forrest, Principal.
OTHER DEPARTMENTS Elocution, three years' course. Miss Sara G. Frost,
Principal. Art, a four years' course; department Increased In students 100 per
cent the past session, Mrs. Dea Carr Smith, Principal. The Cooking School is a
success, Miss LInnle Allison, Principal. The College Home is presided over by
Mrs. H. M. Richardson, Governess.
For Information and Catalogue, address JOHN V. MILLION, A. M President,
1239 College Place, Mexico, Mo.
RettW military School,
mm is Hiss mm
tfflrijifelfy ""'I". w eft j jjjj bm HB?inVi
Oldest and most
academy in Mis
or the United
and Natal Aca
cognized by both
I the State and
Instructions Glnn in
Drawing iand Painting.
SUMMER CLASS NOW OPEN.
lAHUam lAebor'i Studio,
VDPK Bids;., ta ad Icurt u, Kansas CHj, U.
ii! pramraiiiiijin mi
Nest session opens September ISth. 1899. Two years' course
leading to degree ot LL. II. Diploma almlts to the bar. All
sessions held In the evening, bo that students mar obtain
practical experience In law offices or carry on some Independ
ent work. Tuition rifty Dollars per year. All expenses low.
FACUJjTY Hon. F. M. Black, Hon. O. H. Dean, Hon.
E. L. Scarrltt. Mr. S. n. Ladd. Mr. C. O. Tlchenor. Hon.
John F. Philips, Hon. T. A GUI, Mr. J. V. C. Karnes, Hon.
E. II. Gates, Hon. n. J. Ingrabam. Mr. R. E. Ball, Mr. D. B.
Holmes, Mr. Frank Hageixian, Hon. L. C. Boyle, Mr. J. W.
Snyder, Mr. W. J-. Borland, Mr. E. D. Ellison.
For Information address WW. P. BORLAND, Dean, 713-U. N. Y. Lite Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting,
Penmanship, Telegraphy and all En
glish and Commercial Branches thor
oughly taught by experienced teach-
ers. Centrally located. Highest in
dorsements. Elegant apartments. For
UIittrntrl ratfllnirn nntnlnlnir full
juiormauon ana list snowing hundreds oupuplls in positions address
C00NR0D & SMITH. Corner Tenth and Walnut Streets, Kansas City, Mo.
Trial Shorthand Lesson.
Study this Lesson carefully and you will learn something- of the sim
plicity and brevity of the Eclectic System of Shorthand, which has been in
use for the last twenty years, and, while used by Court Stenographers and
for reportorial work, is so simple that it can be learned by an intelligent
child ten years of age. Two additional lessons will be sent free on
SHCKfflfiOT USM '!
l'worto'ln'ehorthaaa'ara'spollea toy souaa.Tlher aroTfive"wtffci
tlona repro30B,tlo tbe vowels, ana by trritlng any of the above oooniv
ents on a vo-irol position, that vottoI follows the -written consonant.-Stuitf-toevtrgeV
positions ,vorytoare fully,, ..dotioaj poaltloajs l
HOWARD-PAYIME COLLEGE, FAIEB9ft.
FOR YOUNG WOMEN AND GIRLS. Modern and prosreM.Te. Preparatory and collet counea.
music, art, elocution, Delaarte, physical culture. Fitty-flltn annual session be etna September 7.
ll?5. Send lor lllutraUd caUlcpi. tERXX. D. &R0YES, Prtitaeat.
nohinl Ho I do not no hiruv Ho I doTnot.Bel.nflt.kJi'll.yu.notslot r&
lOetfthree ttaos then nail sanple of work to Central College, Boston
BldR., 8th & Wyandotte Sts., Kansas Citylio., and ve will rjtil soo--
', 'end and third lessons respectively, free of oharge. These jlessonsjco eg
Islet ot aontences .comprising soveralihundredjwords,'
College of Business and Shorthand
Eighth and Wyandotte Streets, KANSAS CITY, M0.
NEW 84-PAGE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE.
Bethany College for Young Ladies and
Bethany College of Music and Fine Arts
Three chartered institutions of learning all in one. Nino departments, thirty
professors and instructors, 600 students. LARGEST CHURCH COLLEGE IN KAN
SAS. Classical, scientitic 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. Home of famous
annual "MESSIAH" concerts. Fine ART department. Fully equipped BUSINESS
COLLEGE, with SHORTHAND an1 TYPEWRITING. Splendid school of ELOCU
TION and ORATORY leading to a degree. MODEL SCHOOL for very young
students. Excellent board at $1.50, $2.00 or 12.50. 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 5
cents for 20x16 inch portrait of the faculty, 6 cents for same size picture of college.
Fifty cents buys a very large and handsome college thermometer. Write to-day to
President CARL SWENSSON,
St. Vagiry's Academy,
THE BEST SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
This boarding- school for young
ladies oilers excellent advantages
for a refined education. The course
of study is systematic and thor
ough. Do you wish to secure for
your daughters opportunities of
the first class? If so, apply to the
REV. MOTHER SUPERIOR.
St. Marys College
ST. MARYS, KANSAS.
Best school for b03s in the West. St. Marys College is in the hands of
the Jesuit Fathers ; has two courses of study, the Classical and the Com
mercial. Accommodations excellent; charges very moderate. For Cata
logue apply to the president. REV. JAS. McCABE, a J.
INSTRUCTION IN DRAWING, PAINTING,
COMPOSITION, ARTISTIC ANATOMY, Jjt
PERSPECTIVE, ETC J J J J J J
Special Class in Newspaper and Magazine
Fall Term Bcfins September t. For catalogue address
1214 Main St. E. A. HUPPERT, Director.
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI.
TENTH YEAR. Unprecedented Growth and Prosperity.
i u hi liia
Relying solely upon it3 merits la solid work, under specialists trained in the
leading colleges and universities of Europe and America, the college stands
easily n 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 BT THE STATE OF MISSOURI.
FOUNDED ON THE METHODS AND PRTN"fTT.
FLES of Royal Conservatory of Music. Leipzig
Royal Conservatory of Music. Berlin; Royal Acad
emy of Music. London. Professors full gradu
ates with high honors from these Conservatories.
lm?.5?..?S '!! C. M Will I A M Droc UBEJTY.
uuij aiiv.,amiuuii HUCJdltTlJ TCSUTai. AOUrUS " - " UMniltW 1 IWJU) HISSQUL
ST. JOHN'S MILITARY SCHOOL,
Only Military School in Kansas. AH form
er students who enlisted In late war becama
commissioned or non-commissioned officers.
Thorough courses of study. Diploma admits
to the Stata University without examination.
Large and massive building; separate gym
nasium; refined and earnest class of boys,
enthusiastic over their school. Term opens
REV. ROBERT H. MIZE,
School which inspires loyalty and self-respect
in Its students, which trains body,
mind and soul for the
responsibilities of the future, which alms
to tit Its students for life in two worlds. Is
worthy of confidence. Such a
well-manned and equipped, 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.,
i main street, uttawa, Kas.
""SSWksSij.ii a h'
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.
ior catalogue ana circulars tor laau-lUOO address
HOMER T. FULLER, President.
Keith & Perry Building, Opposite Postoffice. Ninth and Walnut Sts.
(CHARTERED BY THE STATE.)
Young men and women thoroughly prepared for business and government
positions. Regular and post graduate courses in Bookkeeping, Banking,
Expert Accounting, Stenography, Typewriting, Telegraphy, Actual Omce
Practice, Penmanship, Rapid Calculations. For catalogue, write, call,
or telephone 219. j
Wentworth Military Academy,
Oldest, largest and most completely equipped military school In tha
Central West. Courses of study prepare for tho government acad
emies, for college, or for life. Tjnder both national and state su
pervision. Same management for twenty years. For Catalogue,
address, COL. SANDFORD SELLERS, M. A..
1 , Superintendent.
KANSAS CITY UNIVERSITY.
This institution comprises Mather College, College of Physicians and Sur
geons, College of Homeopathic Medicine, Kansas City Academy, College
of Theology, etc. Special advantages are presented to students who are
dependent on their own support. Send for catalogue and information to
D. b. a 1 rilrxlCi-N o. vjnanceuor, xiausos -icy, ivaa.
Offers most jdnnUf es and at lowest cost.
Good board itk rarnubed room SS sad 110 per
raomh. Fall schoUrdii? U9. More positions
offered the past year than we could MIL
For eleiant utatofne in colors, circulars, etc,
Irfress the president.
C. E. D. PARKER,
And Conservatory of Music.
For Tount Ladlta. Elegant location. Special courses leading to tttcrti In Literature. Jlnale. Art.
Elocution. Prepares for uryn itawrana wewesiey. t or catalogue acaress i.r-.wauan. rrri, jruiun,Ho
he leading Fenmanshto School. Shorthand Institute aad Commercial CoUen in the West. The hlzh-
et,Success and largest Enrollment. TwelTO preteatfonal teachers. Ratea low; board cheap: surround
Ue moral. For Journal, ridrest T. W. KOiCTT. Gen. SopL, Halloa, Kansas.
0!lSfl$ 3!t(! $Cl)00l$ throughout the west
Will Find That It Pays to Advertise in ) lOUfflfll I
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