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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY; AUGUST 28, 1899.
PROF. ULYSSES S.GRANT
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Ulysses Sherman Grant, the newly elect
ad professor of geology at the Northwest
ern university, was born at Mollne, 111.,
February II. lGT, and Is a son of General
I. A. Grant, who was assistant secretary
of war during tho Harrison administration.
After attending tho public schools of Des
Moines, la., he entered the University of
Minnesota, being graduated In 1SSS, and re
ceiving tho degree of B. S. The following
5 ear he was appointed, fellow of biology of
the university. Later ho studied at Johns
Hopkins university, and In 1S33 received the
degree of doctor of philosophy from that
After leaving Johns Hopkins university
IT. S. GRANT. NEW MEMBER. NORTH
he became assistant state geologist of Min
nesota, which position he held until the
present year. During the absence of Pro
fessor N. H. Wlnchell in Europe in 1S37
and 1E93 Mr. Grant occupied his chair as
professor of geology In the University of
Minnesota. Ho has made an extensive
study of the iron ranges north of Lake
Superior, and has written a number of pa
pers on the geological features of that re
gion. In college" Professor Grant was a
member of Phi Upsllon, Phi Beta Kappa
and the Sigma'Xi fraternities, and is also
a fellow of the Geological Society of Amer
ica. He was married in 1891 to Miss Arts
Wlnchell, daughter of State Geologist Wln
chell, of Minnesota. They have a daughter
4 years of age.
Dr. Cleland B. McAfee, Professors J.
Hamilton Lawrence and J. E. McAfee and
their wives are spending their vacation in
Ernest E. Allen. 'S3, has been elected
Srlnclple of the public schools of Marshall,
Alfred Sharrocks, '97, graduated from the
San Francisco College of Medicine and is
now preparing to sail to Korea, where he
goes as a medical missionary.
Paul P. Boyd, Oberlin. '9S, was elected to
succeed Miss Agnes Dllley in the academy
Misses Mae and Charlotte Kyle left Mon
day for Parawan, U where they have po
sitions in the mission school.
Miss Clara Belle Hastings, of the acad-.
emy faculty, returned last week from a
month's sojourn in California. She made
a tour of Los Angeles, Anaheim, San
Francisco and visited Leland Stanford and
the California state "university.
David C. Davis, of Hamilton college.
Clinton. N. Y., who was elected to the
position of college librarian, made vacant
by the resignation of Professor ,Henry Nel
son Ballard, will be here Mondav to look
over the coming year's work. Professor
Ballard will attend Auburn theological
seminary next year.
Professor Howard Dean, of the science
department, has returned home from Chi
cago university, where he was taking post
graduate work in chemistry and physics.
William M. Doger, '96, sails next month
for the Gaboon mission. Carlsso, Africa.
Rev. Dr. Charles H. Manchester, of the
class of 'S3, was a visitor here Saturday.
Dr. Manchester is president of Finley col
lege. Finley. O.. the only college of the
Church of God In the United States. He
is the only man In the organization who
has received both a college and seminary
education. After his college course at Park
lie took seminary work at McCormick and
Baker university presents a 'new appear
ance. The buildings having been thorough
ly overhauled, and tho campus and build
ings being fully fitted with electric lights,
makes a remarkable change. Great Im
provements have been mado during tho
Edwin O. Grimes, of Boston university,
has been elected to the chair of history and
eoclology in Baker university. Mr. Grimes
is an alumnus of Baker university. He has
spent his time since graduation in graduate
work in history, sociology and philosophy,
and comes thoroughly equipped for the
Miss Louise Stoelzlng, '97. has been elect
ed to the princlpalship of tho Neodesha
Professor S. A. Lough lectured last week
nt the Epworth League convention at Iolo,
Arthur Chaffee, ex. 'K. has been elected
to the princlpalship of the Pittsburg high
Miss Lillian Scott, principal of the normal
department, has spent the summer in a
Echool of pedagogy at Winona Lake, Minn.
Missouri Valley College.
The tcsslons of tho Salino county teach
ers' institute were held in tho college build
ing during last week.
Dr. Black, who Is the first vice president
of the Sunday school encampment, is at
Professor W. E. Groube returned from a
year's leave of absence Friday. He has
t.pent tho time In tho graduate school of
Miss Ella Radcllffe, who has spent sev
eral weeks at Dr. Black's, returned to her
home in St. Louis last Tuesday.
Tho prospects for a good school are
brightening. For some time it was feared
Continued on I-rmt I'ngn.
MISS BIGELOW'S SCHOOL
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS,
"7Ct9 Troost Avenne,
Will reopen Wednesday, Sept. 20, 1899.
(Formerly 1KG-122S 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. Largo grounds surround It.
The location Is unusually desirable,
being orr the car line and but a few
feet from the Junction jof lines at
Eighth street and Troost avenue, and
so is accessible to all parts of tho city.
For circulars and further informa
tion address MISS BIGELOW, ISK
East Ninth street. Kansas City, Mo.
A Distinctively Christian Home School, but Not Sectarian,
Mil ITARV ot to overshadow the moro important work at the school or
JIULIIHliI berome Irksome to unj , et not slighted In any of Its helpful
features in the daily life, manly bearing and physical culture of the boy.
"MT RARR APA" with its 40 acres of school grounds, is ideal In location,
111 1. UrtBUrtRrt beauty and sanitary condition. Just outside the city lim
its, and but a short distance from the noted Oak Dale park. The school buildings
i occupy a prominent piece of ground overlooking woodlands, hills and dales on the
i north, east and south, and the city on the west, making the bite one of tho most
pleasing and attractive places In the state.
B-TWO DISTINCT DEPARTMENTS-? ?rafIIK05onBb0cK
tneen the ages of S and 14. and the other for the spcrial adaptability of older boys
and oung men who desiro to work along special lines, or lit themselves for col
lege or business.
IXetnow of no other school in the Wot which ha given, or is prepared to give, so promiient
a place to young ton and the preparatory and first yean of acadimic work oboy icillbe
permitted to enter the second department of thi,s school, or pass from the first to it, who is not in
every way a healthful and hetptul example to tlir younger boy 7 horoughness shall characterize
every department of work. For further information, address,
A. Q. GATES (Principal) Salina, Kas.
1 The Univer
sity 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 $150,000: (1) North College, erected 1566, $20,000, oc
cupied by the School of Fine Arts; (2) Fraser Hall (main building), erected 1S72,
$175,000; (3) Chemistry Building, 1SS3, $12,000; (4) Snow Hall, of Natural History,
1SSC, $G0.0M; (5) Power House, 1SS7, $16,000; (6) Chancellor's Residence. 1S33, $12,000;
(7) Spooner Library, 1S34, $75,000; (8) Blake Hall of Physics and Electrical En
gineering, ISM, 3,000; (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 $505,000.
Has 32,000 books In the library and scientific apparatus and museum col
lections valued at $250,000.
Every Kansas boy and girl with the necessary qualifications is entitled to
attend this institution WITHOUT CHARGE TOR 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, $25 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. SNOW, Lawrence, Kas.
ST. JOHNS MILITARY SCHOOL,
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 the State 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,
iii i ffrn
Let us tell you more about it.
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 fit 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
Write freely lor information, or send for a cat
Prest. J. D. S RIGGS, Ph. D.,
714 Main street, Ottawa, Kas.
ST. MARYS, KANSAS.
Best school for boys fn 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. KEV. JAS. McCABE, & J.
nooVlcenlnc Shorthand. TrcewrltinK. re-imantlilD. Trl;-2hy and all Caeiish nnd . iimr-i.t
Branches thoroughl) taught by experienced teachers. Centrally located. Highest Indorsements Ele
gant apartments. For Illustrated catalogue containing full information and list shoving hundreds or
pupils in positions address COOKROD - SMITH corner Tenth and Walnut streets. Kansas City. Mo
nffr mnef i .,...., mA ., I.... ... ....
....., ...... uu.ama.3 auu at wnm L03I.
Good board nun furnished room $8 and $10 per
month. Full scholarship $39. .More positions
offered the past ) e;r than e could fill.
For eleiaat catalogue in colors, circulars, etc.,
address Ihe president,
C. E. D. PARKER,
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, O10 students. LARGEST CHUKCH COLLEGIA IN KAN
?,,?;, Classica.. scientific and literary college courses, leading to a. degree and to
Lltn CLUTIFICATES to teach. Admission to Freshman same as in State Uni
erslty SPLKNDID ACADEMY. NOHJIAL course lending to three years and life
certificates Greatest musical CONSERVATORY of the "West. Home of famous
annual "MESSIAH" concerts. Fine ART department. Fully equipped BUSINRSS
COLLEGE with SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING. Splendid school of ELOCU
TION and ORATOR1 leading to a degree. MODEL SCHOOL for very joung
students Excellent board at $1.50. J2.0U or $2.M. 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 20xlG Inch portrait of the faculty. 5 cents for same size picture of college
Fifty cents bujs a very large and handsome college thermometer. Write to-day to"
President CARL SWENSSON,
Ts 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 healfi record of the college is unsurpassed. The
Faculty is composed of graduates of reputable institutions, who have had the
advantage of university training or European studv 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 Mav Music Fes
tival has become the musical event of Northwestern Missouri and Southwestern
For catalogues and information, address at Tarkio, Missouri.
J. . THOMPSON, President.
A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOTH SEXES.
H Military Academy.
Lunservaiory or music,
All departments under Military Discipline. Commodious Bulfdmis. Steam Heat. Complete Equipment. Able
Faculty. Thorough Instruction. Carefully Managed Home. A Safe Place for Younf People. Session begins
September 5th. For printed matter address, PRES. W. W. CHANDLER.
Kansas City's Great School
of Business and Shorthand.
Corner Eighth and Wyandotte Sts.
84 Page Illustrated Catalogue Free. Telephone 1104.
St. Vleiry's Academy,
'Bo && r 'Ulffawl ? "Raw
HIE BEST SCHOOL FOX GIRLS.
This boarding school for young
ladies offers 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. LOUIS SEMINARY.
A private, select school, for a limited number ot
young women and clrli. Instruction Individualized
and very thorough In all depanmentx Literature,
science, languages ancient and modern; music la.
strumental and vocal, and art. Prepares lor college
or tor the duties ot lite. Location beautiful, retlre'l.
healthful, thirty-Are nlnutes' ride from the heart ot
St. Louis Discipline that ot a well-regulated chris
tian family. Constant personal Influence alike In
hours of study or recreation. In short, your daugh
ters are as our daughters cared for In all respects.
Rooms are filled early. Twenty-ninth year begins
September 30. Send for catalogues. Address the
principal. B. T. Blewett. LL. D.. Jennings. Mo.
1AUEPUDECE. MO. Easj of
access, moderate expense: genuine ;
home school with most excellent :
facilities for Instruction;
All de- K-! -models, charts, '
partments. Music -v b - library.
a specialty. Attractive -vv 1 i
surroundings. Thorough In-i'Q -
catalogue. addres3 Geo. S. lirjant, Pres.
; UNIVERSITY ACADEjW0,.
A IIONESCHOOL FOR TVVLMY B01S.
Incorporated 1S9I and approved for all courses
by the Unlverslt) of Missouri Thorough prep
aration for Yale, Harvard. West Point and An
napolis. Young bois admitted. Home life, mili
tary training and athletics PnrtSONAL SU
PEKV1SI0N and INDIVIDUAL LNSfltUCrlON.
Experienced tiachers and complete equipments.
Tor catalogue, address
JOHN' B. WELCH. A. M Principal.
A HOHE AND DAY SCHOOL FOX GIRLS.
Orens Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1893. Healthful
location. Experienced teachers. Home-like In
fluences. A strictly high class Girls' school.
Only twenty boarders taken. Apply early to
MISS JULIA MEGQUIER. Principal
ENGLISH BRANCHES, otc.
H) Rooms. IS Teachers and Lecturers.
Thorough and practical instruction at
lowest rates consistent with the high
est grade ot scholarship.
J. P. SPALDING. A. M.. President,
East Wing N. Y. Life Bldg., Kansas
Kansas City's Recognized Leader.
1210-1212 Alain Street.
New Standard Shorthand. Voucher
System of Bookkeeping. A Practical
Telegraph Department. Write for Catalogue.
Westminster College FL-
FOR YOUNG MEN.
Offers degree courses In Arts. Letters and Sci
ence. Good Preparatory and Business Courses.
Excellent Bible Course. Courses of study large
ly elective. Club or private boarding Fulton
Is one ot the most moral towns In the stats.
For catalogue address
G. H. riARQUESS
Tho Western Conservatory.
The .Western Conservatory, at corner
of ath and Locust streets, is the oldest
and largest conservatory of music in
Kansas City. It is authorized by the
state, and the various departments
represent all branches of musical in
struction. Pupils registered last year
from eleven states, bor catalogue ap-
piv to l. II. SCOTT. President. Kansas Cily. Wo.
Wentworth Military Academy,
Oldest, largest and most completely equipped military school In tha
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 jears. ' For Catalogue,
addre COL. SANDFORD SELLERS. M. A.,
1 THE KANSAS CITY
SCHOOL OF ORATORY
Will begin its regular session SEPTEMBER It
Classes dally In Elocution. Oratory, Physical Culture,
Ithetorlc and Literature. Saturday class. Erenlng
I class for professional and business men. Special
I Saturday class for boys and girls. Private Instruction
at any time. Write for catalogue. PRESTON" K.
D1LLENBECK. Director, 101Z and ion Walnut sL.
Kansas City. Mo.
Instructions Glren in
Drawing and Painting.
SUMMER CLASS NOW OPEN'.
. William VAeber's Studio.
Pepper. Bids., Sib ul locust t-, Kinmi ClUr. )Io
Founded In 1S53. Buildings and endowment Four
Hundred Thousand Dollars. Specialist In each de
partment. Libraries. Museum. Laboratories. Gym
nasium. Board at about two dollars a week In the
finest college dormitory In the state. Business de
partment. Catalcguei sent free. Address President
E B. Craighead. Fayette, Missouri.
COTTEY COLLEGE NEStD.
YOUNG LADIES AND MISSES.
Phenomenal success. Three college courses. Conserra
tory of Music in new building Madame Edouard
Blitz, directress. Degrees conferred in MUSIC. ART.
ELOCUTION' and DELSARTE. BUSINESS. CULIN
ARY and SEWIN'O Departments. Large and beautiful
campus; splendid buildings with modern conven
iences. Remarkable health record: STRONG CHRIS
TIAN INFLUENCE. Very reasonable rates. For Illus
trated catalogue address MRS. V. S. C. STOCKARD,
WILLIAA1 JEWELL COLLEGE
Founded 1849. The best endowed and the most largely
attended college for young men in Missouri; 27 pro
fesEors and Instructors; 10 buildings; 4 scientific
laboratories; 12,000 volumes in library; 75 periodicals
In reading room; best college gaymnaslum In the
West; athletic field; water works and baths; steam
heat. Collegiate. Academic and Business Courses.
Expenses, $1SQ to $230 per year. For catalogue, ad
dre es J. P. GREENE,
" . Ereildati Ubflrty, Wssourt,
LIBERTY LADIES' COLLEGE
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OP MISSOURL
ON PROSPECT HEIGHTS,
FOURTEEN MILES FROM KANSAS CITY-SIX DAILY TRAINS EACH WAY.
TENTH YEAR. Unprecedented Growth and Prosperity.
cipals, with spe
a life ex
perience in school
made a suc
. .r !-. i-!?
"That our daughters may be pollihed after the similitude of a palace." Ps. CXLIYta.
RelyliiR solely upon its merits in solid work, under specialists trained in ths
leading colleges and universities of Europe and America, the college standi
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.
Chartered by the State. Professors Graduates With Widest Bailors
ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF LEIPSIG,
ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF BERLIN,
ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC LONDON,
Fine Art Schools of Paris, Dresden, Munich, etc.
A Fine Upright Concert Grand Piano, quoted in Bradbury catalogue 31,050,
a prize in May Festival Contest. Address,
PRES. C JV1. UUILLIVmS, Liberty, Mo.
Kemper lUiitary Scftool,
Oldest and most
academy in Mis
or the United
and Naval Aca
cognized by both
the State and
T. A. JOHNSON.
A. XL, Supt.
AIND CONSERVATORY OF1 MUSIC,
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 1899-1900 address
HOMER T. FULLER, President.
Missouri Valley College,
COURSE OF STUDV AS HICJH AS IN ANY EASTERN COLLEQE.
Classical Course, Philosophical Course. Scientific Course. Mathematical Coursa.
Linguistic Course, Conservatory of Music. School of Fine Arts, Acidemia
Course English Course. Magnificent new building, forty acres of college camp
u beautiful for situation, specialists In each department, splendid equipment of
apparatus, practical laboratory work, good library facilities, excellent literary
societies Fall term opens September 5. 1SS9. Tuition. $25 to $10 per year. Board
ing $2.25 to J3.50 per week. Marshall Is a beautiful city of 4,000 population. In
Saline county, the richest county in Missouri. It Is located at the crossing
of the Chicago & Alton and the Missouri Pacific railroads. For catalogue
and further Information, address President "W. H. Black. D. D.. 412 College
Av Marshall, Mo.
KANSAS CITY UNIVERSITY.
Many of the finest scholars In the land have gained their education solely by
their own efforts. The problem of self-support while securing an eflucatlon Is, to
the poor young man, a serious one. Wo think wo can help tha determined and In
dustrious young man to solve this problem. The proximity of Kansas City Uni
versity to the Industries of a great city has enabled us to make provisions un
usually favorable to this class of students. For particulars, address,
D. S. STEPHEN'S. Chancellor. Kansas City. Kas.
Kansas City g
School of I
fine Arts. l
INSTRUCTION IN DRAWING, PAINTING,
COMPOSITION, ARTISTIC ANATOMY, W
PERSPECTIVE, ETC ji jt Jt jt jt jt jt j
Special Class in Newspaper and Magazine
Fall Term Bef ini September 4. For catalorae address
1214 ain St. E. A. HUPPERT, Director.
Next lesiion openi Septembr lSth. 1S3J. Two Tiara' couth
leading to degree ot LL. B. Diploma almlU to tS tar. All
Kuloni tela In tho evealnr. tot stadrau mar obtain
practical eiperlenc. In law oOcif or earrr ca aomo Indepmd
ent work. -Tnltlon Flttr Dollars per rear. All tzpanMa low.
FACULTY Hon. F. M. Black. Hon. O. H. Dean. Hon.
E. U Scarrltt, Mr. S. B. Idd. Mr. & a Ticbonor. Hon.
Jobn P. Philips. Hon. T. A. Gill. Mr. J. V. C. Karnei, Hon.
E. R. Cates, Hon. B. 1. Iniraiam. Mr. B. B. Ball. Mr. D. B.
Holmes. Mr. Frank Harorman. Hon. L. CL Borla, Mr. J. W.
in..r Mi-- w. P. Borland. Mr. E. D. Ellison.
For Information address TO P. BORLAND. Dean. 713-14. ST. Y. Ufa Bldr.. Kansas Cltr. Ml
The leading Tenmanshlp School, Shorthand Institute and Commercial Colics' In the West. The hlia
est Success and largest Enrollment. Twelre professional teachers. Rales low: board cheap: snrround
Ings moral. For Journal, addreas T. W. ROACH. Gen. SajU. Salina. Kansas.
And Conservatory of Music.
For Young Ladles. Elegant location. Special courses leading to degrees In Literature. Mnslr. Art.
Elocution. Freparea lor Brrn Mawr ana wenesier or catalogue aaare .x-.ntiuu. rtm i. ruiuja. ho.
HOWARD-PAYNE COLLEGE, FAIH3ft,
KOK YOUNG WOMEN AND GUtLS. Modern and progreaslte. Preparatory and college course,
rfiusic, art. elocution. Delaarte. pbralcai culture. Fltlr-SXla annual session begins September "U
18. fiea let Ulsstratea cgUlsjas. . HIRAH P. CBQXE3, malum.