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1000. "3 ITOU BEE: OMAHA. 5 M ' ii ii if 2L ML i SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK f XoUfclo Feature! of Doane College Commencement. SUMKE& SCHOOL OF WISCONSIN U. latest Pro.o., F(l f .w York Pabll Ph.ol.-EdBptlonI Matter of General Interest. unTrer.Vv V"'? f B"tenU of th ' S r lvrn ut nform.t,on regarding-th appointment of a .untes-or ihl!! lonh" a,n1 'ound that Dr. m ?' M,n.nM m ttlciM to . .kP f..ln ,h ""Mm. however, a number of Lincoln doctor, are going tn "" hav. th place , to a !r" phy"c"n- ,na D-- Harold Glf ford f Omaha la th.lr choice. Dr. Olfford la at present assistant to tie i?- 25. th! nefllc1 'd n-r of parties In close touch with the unlver ! y.urv.h'rt,l5r ,n fav6r ot Ion to the higher place. In case thfe phvsl clane are successful In securing an Invita tion for Dr. Olfford (o take the place they will make an effort to have Dr. Walcof of Lincoln selected as hi assistant Tha appraisers have completed the work of niacin a vaiua hm. th. .i. i... plot of ground to be bought by the unlver- ( miy tor a ami around and athletic field. There Is tome talk that the owners of these lots are dissatisfied with the appraisement and may go Into court. But the houses on the ground will be removed and the place put In condition for use when school opens In September. DOAXE'S COMMENCEMENT. neTlaw of the Exerelaea at Crete's . Noted . College. Doane'a thirty-first commencement season passed off wKM- great eolat. Saturday nlg'it a week occurred the Poire muslcale. show Ing the fine work done by the Doane Con servatory of Music, In charge of Director Luce. Sunday morning Dr. Davis, the new president of the Chicago Theological sem inary, gave an Inspiring address, and In the evening ,t. p. Bailey of Omaha spoke In his characteristic manner. Monday aft ernoon In the opera house was presented Shakespeare's Immortal comedy, "As You Like It." The- play was beautifully stagrd and was' rendered in a way, with the ex ception of a leading character or two, far surpassing that of ordinary professional actors. And the principal parts were given naturally ; and with remarkable effective nes for amateurs. The academy gradua tion occurred In the evening. Miss smith of Crete received first honor, and Mr. Adams of Nellgh the second. Tuesday afternoon nine orators contested for th Doane prises, which were awarded to Tom nife, Alelgh Rife, Mr. Arnold and Victor Craig. Following the contest came In teresting exercises on the eastern part of the campus, where ground was broken for the new science building, 15,000 for main tenance having bee raised, which will so- , cur a" 'gift Vf a o,000 blinding from Mr. Carnegie. In the evening Ollbtrt Sul livan's opera of olden days, the everfresh "Pinafore," was "sMven in the opera house by pupils of the conservatory. It was a great success. Wednesday at t o'clock began the commencement program, Doane graduating Its Jargest class, consisting of twenty-three well educated young people. Fifteen orations and essays and six musi cal numbers were presented and each member of the claaa did his part. Doane makes orators and does not simply listen to Imported speakers. The banquet fol lowed. C. F. Fisher,1 who was on the foot ball team that won the championship of Nebraska and Iowa under th coaching of C, L. Thomas, was toastmaster and a more genial, happy leader of ceremonies it would b hard to find. The exercises culminated with the president's reception In tha library. Doane has 25S students and had the best year in Its history. The con servatory of muslo has shown the greatest growth, but the college department Is very strong. The academy will have a four year course next year, The sclenoa build ing will be speedily erected. Plans have been devised -'and Rev. L. O. Balrd of Omaha has been chosen the leader to carry STRONG By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound BardstownKT. "I ufTered from ulceration and otherfetnale troubles for I -'....'"I A long time. Doc ;..- I tor had failed to rTtvl hnln ma. I.vdia K. llnkham'g VewtA ble Compound was recommended, and I decided to try it. It cured my trouble and made me well and stromr. to that lean do all my own work." Mrs. Jos eph Hall, Bards town. Kt. Another Wonum Cured. Christiana, Tenn. "1 suffered from the worst form of female trofeble so that at times I thought I could not live, and my nertes were In a dreadful condition. Lydia . Pinkham's Vege table Compound cured me. and made me feel ike a different woman. Lydia . Finkham's Ve geUble Compound Is worth 1U wslght in fold to suffering women VMr. Mart Woo.lUF.D.o. If you belong, to that countless army f women who suffer from some form of female Ills, don't hetate to try Lydia K. rinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from roots and hetba. For thirty years this famous remedy has been the sUudard for all forms of female ills, and has cured thousands of women woo bare ba troubled with such ailments as displace men ta, fibroid tumors,' ulceration, Inflammation, ir sYgularities, backache, and nervous prostration. ' If you want apodal avdrioa writa orlhoMra.IMakhsvm.LTOn,SlAa, t la fre cVIm! Lelt ul. . MADE WELLAND I i - .i t- them out to Increase the endowment. Th eredlt for raining the money for the science building should be given to Presi dent Terry. Rev. L. C. Beard, Mr. C. C. Fmlth and Mr. C. A. Andereoa. "' from Kenraey Normal. Prof. A. J. Mercer of the department of geography and manual training was called to Concordia, Kan., on account of the erath of his brother. Prof. Dalsoll has charge of his geography during his atsence. Mts Virginia Meroer, who has been ec retary to the pr.Kidnt for four jc&ts, ha resigned her petition from t) first of the month and will make her fumre hoin In Kpokane. V,'ah. Mlfs Allc Coilims ley becomes orrrtsry. A very Intc i-f-Ht I'ik tmie nf l-oll ocim i "1 on Thurl(ty .pmn , tlio fnnltv n;-.d m denti. T!ie fUu'o-iiis ! ilir . t.. The (iaiMw wnj( mu-h move evui irrit It arpean hv thfl cnre. the fsculry having one lai hinftifi, which let In setial rum by th.' 0;dent. On Mr,,,,lny. ,fUiv (n, nf vlontu n'll Vikvp a i.iillilay. A la a n re,'ep:nii will l. nlvrn t. a l si nVr:t rim n-tnaiii in the ilt. fmi'.i 8 tn ft .30 or that fljv. Ti e rnani. r.n ric u!'J Eim( win l.e l:nliil. I in. Frl H'cd HH rnll1 ti"ni in I nvenpi.il KYIrtev px.rnltig by the 1 n ' ii of !,! fjtili.'i at that uUce. Mr. rji: I Kuti lntrnil-nl of Srhonls at TVrfrsnd and la spending h! summer at the Normal. Quite a ntirrner of excursions are plnnr, -1 for the stvdents of the summer school. Among the places of Interest are th H'-y fields, White Bridge park. Lake Kesrnev. the State Industrial school and Watson' ranch. Quite a number of students attended the reunion at Port Kearney last week. Several members of the faculty and a number of the students will attend the National Association convention now In session at Denver. Miss Grace Graves, primary critic teacher at the Normal, Is engaged In Institute work In Iowa this week. Tha enrollment has reached $14. braka'e Mimical Opportunities. The University School of Music at Lin coln was established for the purpose Of affording superior advantage for 'the seri ous study of muslo. Its beginning was In 1880, when by the act of the regents of the University of Nebraska the conserva tory of muslo was created. Since 1S94 It has been conduoted and maintained with out financial aid from the university, al though affiliated with It, and stands today the largest and most thoroughly organised and best equipped school of muslo In the entire west Never before In the history of this coun try has there existed such a widespread Interest In the study of music In Its higher forms as a means of general culture. The discriminating student is satisfied with nothing less than the soundest Instruction In modern methods. The school Is growing rapidly and from the beginning, aa number have Increased, larger opportunities have been continually offered, and It is proper to state that no school In the country hat more complete courses or a higher standard than are found hers today. WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY. Sanamer eaaloat Osesi wltfc Large Reaistratloa. The eleventh summer session of th Uni versity of Wisconsin opened Monday-with a large registration. Indicating an attend ance ot 1,000 or more student In th sev eral departments. . Tti summer work in cludes courses In th college of letter and science, the college of engineering, the law school, th school of medicine, and the school of music For th first week a pro gram of twenty-one public lectures has been announced, and Sixteen additional lec tures will be given tn th first week of the summer session of the American Eth ical union's school of ethics, conducted at Madison coincident with th university summer session. Th university' list of locturers Includes Prof. Earl Barnes, New York; William Maeklntlr Salter. Univers ity of Chicago; Mrs. Anna Oartln Bpenver, New York; Prof. Nathaniel Schmidt, Cor nell, and Profs. Paul 8. Reinsert, Grant Showerman, Charles Forster Smith, B. F. Snow, Arthur Beatty and A. B, Hohlfeld of the University of Wisconsin faculty. Prof. O. M. Whipple of Correll will Jon duct th work ot education assigned to Dr. Walter F. Dearborn, who has accepted an associate professorship at Chicago uni versity. Prof. Lawrence Fossler of the University of Nebraska will give th course In German and comparative philology an nounced for Dr. Edouard Prokoscly of the Wisconsin faculty, who Is on a vacation, and Prof. E. B. McQllvray of th philos ophy department will take the place In the summer session vacated by Dr. Boyd H. Bode, resigned to accept a professorship at th University of Illinois. The first graduate feltowsh'o In Journal Ism ever offered In anv college or uni versity In the United States. Just estab lished at the University of Wisconsin In connection with th Course In Journalism, has been fllld bv, the appointment of Louis P. Lochner of Milwaukee, a memh-r of this y" errsduatlng class in ths oours In JoumM'sm. for the er.suln year. Mr. Loch"" is a reporter on the Mil waukee Fr' I'riM last summer and ws editor this -rhr tf the Cosmopolitan An nual, the o'f'elsl p'tbMoatlon of th As sociation of International Cluha. consisting of th foreign students of nineteen college and unlvcslttes In the United Slates, He was associate editor of the Spectator, an Intercollegiate puh'icatlon. nnd has been a contributor to the Review of Review, the Independent snd other publications during his college course. - Misaorni military academy. a Farewell Not from 8ierlateat Foavtlle. MEXICO CITY. July t Th twentieth session of the Missouri Military academy I a thing of th past. Viewed from the point vf financial and academic success, It was a most satisractory year. Th ca dets of litis- ar at horn now having a good time and forgetting alike the hard snip and th pleasures Incident to Itfe In a military school. How strangely and yet how sweetly did their Uvea become bound up In our own. , Many a tlnvj since they said goodby hav I gone from barrack to barrack hoping in Imagination to see -those bad boys." to hear a "crasy yll," or perchance to catch a stray tin can fly ing down th eorrldor. Any or all of the would be welcome ( now. Happy boys! It ! well that you can hav such fun, even at th expense cf th other fel low. Soon Father Tim will eliminate yeuth and boyish -prank and aubatltut age aad th grinding oaxes tfltf. IX I could, I would shield each one of you In every way. I wish to make special mention of and to commend several young men who attended this school lat session from your city. I refer to Arthur Pewell Andrews, George Monroe Clark, Raymond Talbot and Olenn Albert Wilcox. All these young men showed excellent powers of mind and good Control over the same during the year. Their sessional grades, all above M, slv them a place on our proficient list. Thl means a great deal. Bv mili ary excel lence. Cadet Clark became eap'a'n of Com pany B, and Ca'li t "l!?ox srj;ra!it ct Comrsny A. Mr. Clark won 4ln cr.iiits land Mr. Wll.-ox "2. All this" ynunt! i:ien I'lw a brtjil.t M'jif. Cule's i lui'i an I ilcon rcieive.l Ihf Svlviol diploma. Isn't 1 It Ik iter to say a kin'1 wo.-.l nlion! tVc !'v:n(( il'rtii tr 'inrv ;i ..'i'U'i,:t t m lus ; hrenet af'vr Ii" Is o.-vi? W. I'. roNVll.t-i;. Si.rerlnt.iti.loni. M MMI.H s( llliol, AT OHOIIOJI. Attractive Mtuniion ot l.ukesldc I,h. iiriitury f.r Si tiltirT. Nn lt!i scm 1 1. ; i r v MnriVhts. and t-' icliot" tr.'tn T.e,n!y n:i tli 1 ,vm rolieui . uml il.e ; ut'lv i rsitlo of Minm.v otu and Not. a-kn in t trndMivp. two wprkp i'r tfio f i . st ci;n i nu r Kvsvi.m t tl.e Lakcskl laboratory t,n Millers hny. I .ok OkoroJI, have pax ft. l r.tr tie ,t; totor.-hip of P. of. Thomas II. Miirbr-iii" C'ti.sfs are Iielni given In bot sny, xoolov and peolotrv. The farulty Includes l.esid'8 Pi of. M .c-bnd". D: Gimucl Calvin, Dr. B. Wylie, I'rof. B. Shlmek and Prof. A. O. Thomas of the state university of Iowa, and Dr. B. H Bailey, professo of soology In Coe college. Cedar Rapid'. The Lakeside laboratory Is an Inspiring place for the summer nature study which Is being carried on under the direction of thorough scientists. Set as It is upon a bluff near the highest point In Iowa, It overlooks the Urgent and most beautiful part of west Lake Ukoboji. The laboratory Is well arranged and equipped. Its loca tion from the standpoint of convenience could not be better. The part of th lake lying directly' in front ranges In depth from 175 feet In Its deepest part to the shallows,' shoals and benches of Miller's bay. Here ar fouad all conditions for aquatic and seml-acquatlc life. The stu dent of algae has more varied and abund ant living material than he can use. The coologlst can study fresh water animals from the protosoa to th fishes and aquatic birds. Brilliant ground beetle and active little tiger beetle swarm the sAndy or stormy beeches, and th abundanc of aquatic Insects cannot fall ot making an entomologist happy. Back of th station the land rises and then extends to the north, west and south in rolling prairies, dotted with "kettle-holes." Between lake and prairie Is a butt of timber, mostly of oak, offering soma forest conditions and protection to the smaller, shade-loving plants. The number of birds and mammals frequenting these groves Is surprising. Geologically th whole lake region now completely opened to steamboat from Okoboji to Spirit Lake Is a very Interest ing one, especially to the student of glacial phenomena. The view of Lake Okoboji from the laboratory Is most retreehlng. The east windows command the whole of Miller' bay and the broadest part of tl4 main lake to Arnold's park on the right and the Inn on the left. Manhattan beach Is just out of sight at the north. The- aspects of water and sky during calm and storm and sunrise and sunset ar aver changing and most fascinating. Boating and launch trip and bathing and fishing tend to relieve the usual strain of summer study, and counteract the phy sical weakening du to a year ot life at th teacher's desk or In the class room. Th Influences of beating waves and broad expanse of water produce a stimulation upon nerve, muscle and digestion not nor mally attendant upon hot weather study. The Lakeside .laboratory Is already at tracting much attention. Not only are those enrolled enthusiastic, but the lak visitors from all over Iowa, the Twin Cities snd Omaha and Lincoln, Neb., ar Inter ested enough to avail themselves of the opportunity of attending tn evening lec tures and Sunday services. It is to be hoped that the teachers of Iowa, and the neighboring state wlU realise come and enjoy, year after year th privilege of fered them her by the founder of the laboratory, th alumni of th University of Iowa. TOOTHBRUSH DRILL. Latest Fad Ura-ed I'pes Nvr York Public Schools. "Bring your toothbrushes and powder lo school, children, and let teacher or nurse show you how to use them." This order will be given In th New York public schools. If Dr. Darlington, health .commis sioner, has his way. He ha found that more than 100 009 pupils, or about on In four, have defectiv teeth., H knows everybody knows, for that matter that bad teeth Interfere with digestion and nourishment, and affact a growing child's general health. After the first class In tooth-cleaning, 'omments the V'a -hl-rfn Post, what? Must "dear teacher" drop the Rs to in struct the young Idea In soap-anrt-wa'.er science? Will pocket-handkerchief exercise become a feature of the elaborated curri culum? If parents are Ignorant of th Importance f the car of th teeth, or neglect to bring up their children In the toothbrush habit. Is It the duty, of the already overworked schoolmistress to as sume their obligations? Agiin. If parents are to be relieved of thla part of the car and upbringing of their families, why not let paterna'.'.em pursue Its logical course? Adults who neg lect the teeth of Ihe rising generation must be careless in other particular. Should not the city employ competent vtsltora to ih. rounds and see that the children have baths at proper Intervals; thav they are tucked Into their little beds at an ordained official hour, and prescribe for their diet a scientifically balanced ration. with Just the right proportion of proieiasr Perhaps the answer of . the offended tn th teacher who- wrote that johnny needed a bath would be pertinent to this subject. The mother replied: inu ain't hired to smell my Johnny, but to learn him." Wentworta Slllltary Academy. The regular summer work of overhauling the barracks Is now under headway. The work will be mor thorough and complete than usual, so that the cadet who drawa room in th new barracks will bav no advantage over the on In the oil. Th work begun last spring of grading down th athletic field will be completed during the aummer. ao as to put the foot ball field in first class shape for fall prac tice. Th nw tract of ground, containing about fifty acrea. lying on the edge of the oity of Lexington, that waa purchased last summer by th acadamy, will, during th coming ) ear, b brought Into extensive use IMSlatiaiFy Acsidl2inniy A place where manly boys are made into manly men. Our system of training com bines the refinement -of home life with semi-military discipline. Oiif" notuloiiiio ci.'in'l.inls are hirrh, Lut wo nim Fjieoinlly lo c vt'lop and lmild up cliiiinctcr s;ml create habits of order, neat ness, promptness, industry :md aprceiation of responsibility, Y'e el-o nim to build up a sound body and a love of fairness In sport. Our nrfclMic fHotl!tifi nro extensive, and all athletics are carefully supervised. Ovninaslnni Institution for all. Our Classical and Scientific courses prepare for all colleges, and our Com mercial course for business life. The location of the school is healthful and beautiful, and. the building is fireproof. Write for JlluMtrattd Catalogue. HARRY N. RUSSELL. Head Master, Kearney. Neb. yLE svkasBfflMtjttto ftv1 'r t' II who would win must work! The prize Is for the faithful who tries With loyal heart and hand: whose skies With toll-crowned hope are sunny. And they who seek success to find This homely truth must bear In mind: The, "gnlng-to-neea" are not the kind K- ,,, hive -Uh honey. Tou say you are "jmlng;' to start your training- for a position as a Steno grapher, Bookkeeper, Telegrapher or U. S. Government Civil Service employe a . it ,idt XSOtl 't THE BOTbES COX.LEQB IUKHEB TZB1C X BOW OPS ST. Why not be a "now" man Instead of a "golng-to-be" one? Why not start NOW to stain that superb training for a position as a Stenographer or Book keeper or Telegrapher thaW Boyles College alone can furnish you 7 Why not start NOW to qualify for a position In the Vnlted States Civil Service Depart ment aa a Railway Mall Clerk, with a salary of $800.00 per year rght at the start or as a Civil Service Stenographer, Bookkeeper or Clerk In the U. 8. Gov ernment employ either In the United States. Alaska, the Philippines, or th Isthmian Canal District at a salary of from 1810.00 to f 1,000 or $1,200 per year? What do you gala, iy. .waiting until Fall? And what do you , not lone by waiting until then? First You lose about three months' time. You wacta that much. Tour summer yields you nothing but a lasv "good time." It can be made to yield you an ability that will make you sure of a good position all your life. This Is something worth thinking over! This is something that you should come In and talk over with us. Or, at the very least, send for a Copy of that new and valuable hook entitled "Bread and Butter Sciences". It Is free. But the Best thing to do Is to coma In and let us talk tha matter over with you. You better do this tomorrow. BOYLES COLLEGE, BOYLES BLIX3. H. B. BOYLES, Pres. OMAHA. Official Telegraph Training School for the Union Pacific R. R. Telegraph Dept. W!WlM.fi ?R'-fj'TJJ NEBRASKA MILITARY ACADEMY A Boarding School Home for manly boys. New fireproof build ings, splendid location, forty acres of campus, one Instructor for each ten boys. Academic, Military, Manual Training:. Business Courses. Pre pares for college or business; school accredited by the University ot Nebraska and North Central Association of Colleges. Small boys' de partment from 8 to 14 years. Number limited. School opens Septem ber 16th. 1909. For Information or catalogue address, B. I). HAY WARD, Superintendent, Office nth and U Sts. ' Lincoln. Nebraska. In a variety of forms for the use and benefit of th academy. Captain L. H. McAdow of last year's faoulty, and Miss Arllne Burdon of this city were married on June 19 at the home of the bride on South street. Mr. and Mrs. McAdow will make their future home In Chicago. Colonel Sandford Sellers has returned from Pahuska, Okl., where he recently spent aeveral days on business. The new cm talus u. now tn the hands of th printer, will soon be issued and ready for dlktrlbutlon. This catalogue will be mor attractive than the handsome one gotten out last year and may be had free of coat, by addressing the secretary. An unusually large number of old cadets have already enrolled for the coming ses sion and the number of Inquiries from prospective applicants Is greater than In former years at this seaaon. In ordi-r to enlarge the cavalry feature, introduced last year, the management la arranging for the purchase ot a large num ber of horses during the summer, specially adapted to cavalry purposes. Captain Pritchard of th Fifth cavalry, U. 8. A., will be in charge of the Instruction given in this branch of the service. Ednot1"'"'! Xotee. Uli' Katharine . . edney, 'OS, Onalaska, who has completed her courve in sociology at lh Cnlvcislly of Wisconsin, has been awarded a scholarship In the school of civics and philanthropy at Chicago for next ytsr. tine will Investigate conditions ot the unemployed. Miss Mary Kvans, who recently resigned from Lake Kite colleise at Painexville. o., has been president of the inaniution for more than foity yrars. the will be suc ceeded by Mim Vivian Small, a graduate of Mt. Holyoke and of the tnlverilty of Chicago, a her sh u dean of Mead ball win '' '. . 1 ' - r i P HI u E ? rsjjbif twU mrli . ! f i utx lit f t it ui f ft i r , -.'ii . BXBB, XiIKCOX.it. Oood positions await our graduates. A high grade school conducted by a strong fa culty and preparing for the bent fiosltlons. Ideal location. Bo a oon ta Xlnooln. Fall opening Sept. I. Write for benutlfnl cata logue. Address W. M. BBTAJTT. rres-, ISIS O St., Lincoln, Nebraska for some time. She has had experience as secretary of the National Alumnae associa tion also. Mis Sarah Olnn, for many years teacher In the high -school at Madlsonville. near Cincinnati. O., has been pensioned. Tim Hoard of Education entered Into an agree ment with Andrew Carnegie by which Miss Olnn Is to be kept on the list of teachers long as she lives, and ahe will teach one day each week and is to receive 'JM a year. For some reason Yale university has failed to attract the wage-earners of New Haven to the evening course of technical Instruction In the scientific school. It Is announced In the dean's report that after a three year' trial the evening course for worklngmen have been unsatisfactory, aa the numbers have fallen off, and the men have shown a lark of menial capacity and of persistent effort. It may not be the whole story to say that the worklngmen were lacking In mental capacity and power of auatalned effort, liut the Course will be abandoned. At the commencement at Smith college President Seelye spoke for the last tiniu. as he has resigned his position lie called attention to the fact that It Is Just thirtv years since the first commencement, at which time there were eleven graduates, ten of them ailll living and aeven of them married. One of them Is a professor In a rolU-ge, two are wives of profensnrs. one is at tha head of an educational Institution a number of them are Interested in educa tional work and are horne-inakrr. The Institution waa founded on fl'.tXM. The new president will not asaume hi duties tor another year. "a f .l , . w ' I. ? . J rownell For Yo untf Women And Girls Over Episcopal schol accredited te Eastern We men' Col leges. Universities of Chicago. Nebraska. Etc. Faculty composed of college gradoates, all xprlnoed teacher.. Native French and German teacher. Thorough course ar offered In Muslo. Art and Domestlo Economy. Outdoor sports, Tennis, Field Hockey, to., under competent Instructor. Well equipped gymnasium, attractive horn life, carefully guarded by women of large practical experlenoe. For illustrated year book MJ -al ,.v m Kit ST" 3 r"K-'4Jfl ' "l v IklinJl'fa a.lnln I F - ' - -I - r.- As 7 L. ' - r aJ.lt "41 Address EDITH D. MARSDEN. B. A.. Principal has olten been asked Where Did You Graduate? g Can You TOE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC It will give you prestige. Send now for catalogue "B" WILLIAM KIMBALL, Director, Lincoln, Neb. IVentworth military Academy Oldest and Largest in Middle Wst. Government Supervision. !WestIa,in bY V r Department. Infantry, Artillery and Cavalry Drills. Courses of study prepars for Universities, Government Academies or for Business Life. Accredited by North Central Association of Schools snd Colleges. Manual Training. Separata Department for Small Boys. For catalogue, address . Tha Seeretary, Bog A. VTimQlom, Mo. KANSAS CITY VETERINAHY COLLEGE Thoronfh and complete eounte. Crest Demand for GradWet aa Practitioners. Ttachera. I .., c ! S SB B mm WW M. VvVI W SSU g Western Military Ideal location near Rf T.n..i ci. ---.-- i. uiuii. cu moaern . . .. , k-i mwjern . . -m""ri ui)nmn. ingnest aocrediteH , IH! Winona Seminary WINONA, MINNESOTA FOR YOUNG WOMEN Conducted by th Sisters of St Francis. Academic Department, Con ssrvatery of Music, Department of Voire, Dramatlo Expression, Art, Household Economics. Home life of the student Is Ideal. Indoor and Out door Athletics. Literary, Mualcal, Dramatic Bclejices. Catalogue, book let of Information, department bulle tin mailed on application. Semin ary is accredited ta th University of Minnesota. I VeaasylTaaia, aCsroeraborg. MercersbuTfl Academy lor Boys Collage Vreoaratory Courses Personal interest taken, with aim to inspire In pupils lofty Ideal of scholarship, sound Judgment ' ad Christian manliness. For catalogue B.lrtrrss, William Mann Irvine, Ph. r.. Pres. THE WOLCOTT SCHOOL rauteeatti Arena and Marloa t Deaver, Colaiado. Not a low priced school. Best equipped private school In the west Highest standard of scholarship. Diploma adsnlts to WU Inlay. Vassar. Smith, In addition t W( trn univeraitiea Introductory re .erences required. WWWWVWVWWWVVAWWW FOREST PARK Kroegor . Piano, tockhoff Piano. Tower. Vole. seta Tear. Doueg aaa ooueg Crttficsta amits to Wellesiey, femllh. Vassar and Mt Holyoke. k. 24 Instructors. UNIVERSITY Gymnasium. Expres sion. Prompt applica tion necessary hoard anl tuition I2I3-I2M. acma. Ajraa it otrasi, VTn T. X.OUIS. MO. Tabor College Collglal Normtl ?".?.T.":r Courses Oilers Conservatory Tabor, - - Iowa WHEN your boy returns to you from Racine College, you'll find him developed men tally, morally and physically; a man in these things and a boy in buoyancy of spirit and vigor. You'll be proud of him. Send for our catalogue and booklet "The Eight School for Your Boy." Both Bent free on request. Racine College Racine, Wis. Summer camp affiliated. 11 tsrm. issj , Nebrmsks VEX- nn 1. n teachers of music Answer to Psru isaa Kaet IStk lUeet, Kajuaa City, Mo.' Academyuii!f:A w..,,, - "lnola Duiiainas. m mFAof ar-w. Duuain .v i ruiiru vuiiege reja- vvm. mMBmmrx as, jAgaraOB, A. BL, Supt. WHAT SCHOOL Information concerning th ad vantage, rates, extent of cur riculum and other data about th best schools and colleges can b obtained from th School and College Information Bureau o( the Omaha Bee All Informatfon abaolutfy free and Impartial. Catalogue of any particular school cheerfully fur nished upon request. 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