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2 . The Salt Lake Tjudbtote: tkubsdat Morstcs'g Max 26, 1904.
If COMMERCIAL GLASS
I FINISHES ITS WORK
Interesting Exercisos at the High
School mark the Graduation of
tho Business Students.
ISA PROOF of the Interest thot la
A taken in the commercial depart
a ment of the h,sh sch001' th0 nal1
- at the West Side high school
building waii so crowded at the grad-
uatlng exercises last night that a great
I many were turned away. Thirty-two
were In the class that graduated, and the
entire progTmme went off without a
E. W. Wilson, cashier of the Commer
J, clal National bank, a former president
of tho Board of Education, waa pres
ent, und delivered an addreas that was
very much to thy point- In it he drew
attention to the necessity for equipping
young people with commercial knowl
edge and ability, as these were always
of value, and more often an absolute
need. He congratulated the graduates
i on the benefits they had acquired from
B their course, and gave them some sound
advice as to the best way in which
they might put them to practical use.
They would meet with many obstacles,
but If they went about meeting them
u in the right spirit and with proper dls
t cretlon they would also meet with many
successes, which would be of so much
more value In accordance with the ob
' Preceding tho address- of Mr. Wilson
. T and opening the evening's entertaln-
ment wae a piano solo by Miss Florence
Arbuckle. This was very brightly
played, and showed, ay did all the mu
. sical numbers, great care In prcpara-
Hon, and met with great applause from
the large audience Anna Edward gave j
a recitation, and a vocal solo waa rcn-
Ii, aeren oy nowaru unroiu.
Prof. George A. Eaton, principal of
t the high school, delivered an effective
speech, accepting In the name of the
T high school a handsome picture of
President Lincoln, which the graduat
ing class had presented to the school.
While congratulating the graduates on
1 their success, Mr. Eaton urged that as
many of them as could do so should re-
turn to the high school and take a
course of two years more in general ed
t ucatlon Half of them had obtained
positions, but while the commercial ed
ucatlon they had obtained was of great
value they would regret it if they
missed having something besides In the
way of a liberal education. He also
gave a revk-w of the affalrw that had led
to the establishment of the commer
cial department as a separate class,
i o and spoke of tho necessity that had led
Members of the claes sang a double
quartette, and Ada Thomas, president
cf the clai1?. delivered an address, which
was received with fervent applause. A
, recitation by Clara Foulger was also
Superintendent D. H. Chrlstensen
concluded the? evening's ceremonies by
1' presenting the certificates to the grad
t nates. He delivered u very neat pres-
cntatlon speech, in the, course of which
- he gave a brief outline of the history
X and development of the commercial
class as a distinct department of the
high school. This was the third year
of its existence as such, although com
M merclal subjects had been taught in the
k other courses previous to that. In rc
y ferrlng to the grat success achieved
he paid trlbutf to the teachers who had
had exclusive charge of the depart
ment, the principal, William A. McKay
in particular. At the end of the even
ing rousing cheers were heard for sev
eral blocks In honor of Mr. Eaton, Su
" perlntendent Chr'stenscn and the teachers.
I EXCURSION TO PROVO
Thursday, May 26.
The Social club will give a select
dancing party at Mozart Hall. Special
train leaves Salt Lake at 7:00 p. m. via
f San Pedro; returning, leaves Provo aX-
ler dance. Only S1.25 for round trip.
I Lower Berths at Half Hate.
Z, Special Tourist Sleepers, Salt Lake to
St. Louis, without change, via D. & R.
U G. and Rock Inland System. Leave
Salt Lake 8:05 p. m. May 30. Telephone
245 or write Rock Island olllce, 100 West
2nd South, for reservations. Berth rate
only half of regular Pullman rates.
I;- TEACHERS' EXCURSIONS
Via Oregon Short Line.
Mny 30 and 31 and June S and 9 to
points as far cast as Chicago, St. Louis,
St, Paul. Memphis, etc. Ten days
- tranBlt limit each way; final limit,
2 September 15. See agents for full par-
I BEAUTIFUL CASTILLA.
Via D. & It. G., Sunday, May 29.
Fare ?1.25 for the round trip. Leave
H Salt Lake S:00 a- m. Returning, arrive
at Salt Lake 6:00 p. m. Sulphur baths.
Hot Springs. Good hotel. A nice out-
lng. Everybody Invited.
I: TEACHERS' RATES WEST
n Via Oregon Short Line,
May 30th and Slat and June Sth and
tn 9th as follows:
Salt Lake to San Francisco and re-
- turn $36,50
t Los Angeles and return 51. GO
Portland or Spokane and return... 36.50
Limit, 00 days; stop-overs going. Ask
M agents about routes, etc.
I Pensions Granted Salt Lakers,
u A tclegrnm from Washington yesterday
Informed Senator Kcnrna that an addi-
tlonal pension, with $175 back pav, had
, been allowed In the case of Romanso J
Ashley. 15 Goodhue avenue, Salt Lake
City, and that an Increase of pension had
Z been allowed, at tho rato of $12 por
month, for Charles R. Berry, SO; South
Fifth Eaat Btreet. Salt Lake City.
1 Pound a Curo for Indigestion,
I use Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets .for Indigestion and find
that they suit my case better than any
dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried
1 end I have used many different remc-
dies. I am nearly flfty-ono years of
age and have suffered a great deal from
indigestion. I can eat almost anything
I want to now. George W. Emory,
Rock Mills, Ala, For sale by all iead
BIG RENT FOR "
Business Men Charge $25 a Month
for the Privilege of Occupying a
Place on Public Street.
BEFORE tho Streets committee of
the City Council the startling de
velopment was made last" night
that M. H. Walker and the Smith
Drug company have been charging the
owners of the bootblack stand $25 per
month for the privilege of maintaining
their little open place of business upon
one of the public thoroughfares of; Salt
Lake City. The owners of the stand
which used to be one Second South
Btreet up against the eouth wall of tho
Smith drug store building are James
Pappas and Theodore Bockos. Before
the members of the Streets committee
it was stated by one of the men last
night that they had been paying the
above named man or firm the sum of
$25 a month as rent for the privilege
of placing their stand upon the city's
The Council recently passed a reso
lution prohibiting -the maintaining of
bootblack stands upon the streets of
the city. Pappas and Brockos?, the
owners of the stand that stood near
Smith's drug store petitioned the Coun
cil for the special privilege of running
their little 10-oeht business at the old
stand. They set out In their communi
cation that they recently, on March 25,
purchased the stand from one C. S.
Seals for ?290. They further stated
that they understood the consideration
paid Included w th the stand the right
to maintain the same .where it stood
The action of the Council, they said.
In throwing them off the street, placed
a hardship upon them that they could
111 afford to bear.
Accomnanvlnir the notltlon was a lot-
tor from the Smith Drug company say
ing that the owners ot the stand were
poor, hard-working and industrious
men. that It would be a hardship upon
them to be compelled to give up their
business, and recommended that the
privilege be granted. The letter was
concurred in and Indorsed by M. H.
Walker as the owner of the building
occupied by the drug firm. Inquiry into
the motives behind the indorsements of
tho poor bootblacks' petition brought
out the statements that they pay $25
a month to the lndorsers to occupy a
The members of the committee had
been Inclined to grant the petition un
til they learned the true state of affairs
as given. They opened their eyes when
they had heard about the rental paid,
and for that reason took unfavorable
action upon the petition.
PROVO AND RETURN, $1,25
Via San Pedro.
Special train via San Pedro Thurs
day, May 2C. Leaves Salt Lake 7:00
p. m. .
Store at Nampa Robbed.
Special to The Tribune.
NAMPA, Ida., May 25. Thloves forced
entrance through tho rtar door to thp gen
eral store of Dr. ICahler at this placo
last night and cnrrled away a quantity
of stuff consisting of shoes, pocket-knives,
purseo, Jewelry and a small amount of
money. No clue to the burglars. This la
tho second time during this month this
store has been looted.
NEW YORK, May 25.-Aftcr having
tolled more thnn thirteen years at two
dollars a day as a custom-houso weigher
In a sugar refinery here, Patrick G. Hen
nessy of Brooklyn has suddenly found
himBelf the heir of M0O.00O, left him bv an
PORT JERVIB. N."j., May 23,-The shop
force for the Eric company at this point
struck today. ThlB Included the men of
tho International Union of Machinists of
the machine shop and part of the car
shops. Tho non-union men also left In a
NEW YORK. May 23. While 1E0 dele
gates to tho National Piano Dealers' con
vention in Atlantic City waved rod lights
and danced In a circle, 200 venerable
square pianos have been cremated to mark
what tho dealers term tho passing of tho
old make of Instruments.
NEW YORK, May 25.-Prof. Charles
.Baskervillo of the University of North
Carolina has been elected by tho board of
the Collogo of New York to tho chair of
chemistry. The professor attracted no
tice recently by announcing the discovery
ot two new natural elements in thorium.
CinCAGO. May 23. Nearly 150 British
engineers, with GS0 from the United States
will attend the Joint session of the Amer
ican Society of Mechanical Engineers and
the Institution of Mechanical Engineers of
Great Britain, to bo held here May 3l'to
MONTGOMERY, Ala.. May 25. The
Democratic State convontlon was called
to order this afternoon. .Parker Is the
choice of tho delegates for President.
NEW YORK, May 25,-The annual
meeting of the Pacific Steamship company
today resulted In the re-olectlon of tho
outgoing board of directors.
NEW YORK. May 25. When the mer
chant marine commission resumed Its in-
ycuuuuii uno uic causes 01 tno aecllno
of American shipping today, Former Con
gressman John M Farquahar of Buffalo
apokc In favor of tho tonnage bill of 1S91
which failed of passage by Congress.
NEW YORK. May 25 Rlcardo Arias
and Dr. J. E. Morlcs, special commission
ers appointed by Pannma to receive nlno
millions of dollars on account of the ca
nal concession, arrived hero today.
MOBILE, Ala., May 25 An excursion
train on tho Mobile & Ohio railway was
fired on today near Yollow Pine, Ala, Con
ductor TV. S. Anhe of BIrmlnsham was
killed and Joseph Richardson of Meridian
and a nogro passenticr wore seriously
BALTIMORE. May 25. Tho Intense
heat of yesterday continued today, the
thermometer murking 87. One man was
PHILADELPHIA, May 2o.-ExcjssIvo
heat here today resulted In five prostra
tions. Thermometers on the street regis
tered 91 degrees.
FT. WORTH. Tex., May 25. Ninety of
the Toxus Mexican war veterans met hero
yesterday In annual reunion. President
George Flndlay of AUBtln presided. R. B.
J-!c camp of Confederate veterans and tho
dames of 1511 had chargo of all arrange
ments and tho vctorans were tholr guests.
BOONE, la.. May 25. Tho Prohibition
BUte convention today nominated tho fol
lowing State ticket Secretary of State.
A. H. Bolster: Auditor, J. D. C, McFar
land; Treasurer. W. P. Sophcr; Railroad
Commissioner, G. W. White.
NEWTORK. Maylo. It was decided to
day by the governors of the New. York
Ar0ck?xhanS to C,0HC lh exchango on
May 28, being Saturday before Decoration
I A buzz-saw sings loudest B
when it's rubb.ing a knot. I
The quality of our clothing I
"sings loudest" is most appar-
ent, when it "rubs a knot"
meets a hard-to-please man. I
-You who think that -nobody H
but your tailor can please you, H
should take a look at the new H
swell sack suit, made from gun- I
metal gray and light brown
Cheviots, that we are showing. I
And one of them is yours just D
as soon as 3
of your money is ours.
Rem'embof, that the growing- B
j up folks are fitted and' treated $
as well as tho grown folks.
I 61-63-65 Main St I
day. Tho commodity exchanges also will
bo closed on Saturday.
ST LOUIS. May 25. W. J. Bryan ar
rived in St. Louis todav and conferred
with a number of Democratic politicians
from various parts of the country.
WASHINGTON. May 25.-Secretary
TaTt returned hero from the Adlrondacks
today, very much Improved in health.
GREENVILLE. Pa., May 25.-Tho forty-first
meeting of the United Presbyter
ian assembly or North American convened
in tho First Presbyterian church tonight.
DALLAS, Tex., May 25. At 11:30 o'clock
tho general assembly of the Prcsbvterlan
church, by a vote of 1C2 to To, voted to
submit to the presbyteries, with a recom
mendation that It be adopted, the report
of the committee on fraternity.
DENVER, May 25. Prince Hohonlohe
and party, who are the guests of General
Manager Herbert of the Colorado it
Southern railroad, spent a portion of to
day sight-seeing at the mine at Frisco.
and later visited the town of Buena Vis
ta. The party arrived late In tho day at
MONTGOMERY, Ala., May 25. The
Democratic State convention was held In
Montgomery today and dispatched Its
work In a few hours. Although no In
structions were given, tho resolutions
adopted reclto that at tho present timo
Judge Alton B. Parker Is the most avail
able and acceptable candidate, and senti
ment Is for his nomination.
NEW YORK, May 25.-Tho Intcr-Stato
commerce commission today continued its
Inquiry Into tho methods of the coal-carrying
roads. Tho first witness was Presi
dent Truesdnle of tho Lackawanna sys
tem. CHICAGO, May 25. Francis H. McColl,
millionaire yachtsman and member of
prominent clubs In New York. San Fran
cisco and Chicago, has been divorced from
his wife on the grounds of desertion.
WASHINGTON, May 25. Dr. Caldcron,
the Peruvian Minister to Washington,
has made a long verbal presentation of
his country's grievances against Brazil
to Secretary Hay. These relate particu
larly to the action of Brazil In preventing
the ascent of the Amazon by Peruvian
vessels. " '
PITTSBURG, May 25. A voluntary ad
vanco In the wages of fiattencrs was or
dered today by the American Window- I
Glass company, to take effect Juno L The
23 per cent reduction, which went into
effect March 12, has boon restored.
TOKIO, May 25. Doctors Hashimoto,
Sato and Klkuchl, three of the most emi
nent surgeons of Japan, have been ap
pointed superintendents respectively of
the Toklo, Hiroshima and Matuyama mil
ST. LOUIS. May 25. John W. Kauff
man, a millionaire board of tradesman and
formerly a miller well known throughout
the country, died at his homo here to
night. DENVER, Colo., May 25. Capt. Peter
H. Scott, ono of the oldest mining engl- I
nccrs In the West, Is dead at his honif
hero of apoplexy. Death came without
any warning, as he v,as working at his
office when stricken. (
The American Farmer tho Best In the World.
The American farmer is the greatest man !
in thc world to-day because he is master of
the 6ojl he is gaining in intelligence quite Ij
as rapidly as his products are increasing in ij
magnitude. Oar recent combines of capital (
n United States measured in money arc j;
enormous, yct'such figures sink into insig- J
nifipancc when compared to the money, i
oraiu and brawn invested in agricultural '
industries. For instance, the farmers of
Minnesota and Dakota have received $300,- '
000,000 for their products in a single year. 1
The farmer knows what Nature will bring
forth for him from his experience in the
past. He knows if certain seeds are
planted aud properly cared for that Nature
will take care of the rest In the same
wayj'OH are master of your own destiny.
Providing your blood is in good order, it
only needs a little effort on your own part
to keep healthy and strong rid your body
of the poisons that arc apt to accumulate
and your sj'stem is ready to ward off the
attack of the germs of disease. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery makes rich red
blood by increasing the number of red
blood corpuscles. There is no alcohol in
this gTeat tonic to shrivel up the red blood
corpuscles. As an alterative extract, made
only of herbs and roots it goes about its
work in nature's way. It stimulates the
liver into proper action, and feeds the
worn-out nerves, stomach and heart on i
pure blood. Used for over a third of a
century it has sold more largely than any 1
other blood medicine in the United States. 1
More bottles of Dr Pierce's Golden Medical 1
Discovery are eold to-day than ever before
that is a true test of its medicinal value after '
thirty-eight years of deserved popularity.
Dr. Pierce's "Medical Adviser" Gent on
receipt of Btatnps to pay for mailing only.
Send 21 one-ccnt stamps for book in paper
covers, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound vol
ume. Addrc.ns Dr. JR. V. Pierce, liufialOjN.Y.
l njJjj"33 n'irMjjmmj.fjm nil I I il IMM
Ifff FOR JUNE WM
JPII Get McClure's for June. gr
Just out On all newsstands. lipk
fimk Read "The House of Fulfil- Jjf
ment," a charming romance
IftWM the Sutn by George
lllll Madden Martin, author of Rk
"Emmy Lou." Read Ida
M. Tarbell's latest Standard TL
g&m 0il article how Rockefeller Jqffl
fights his competitors. Read J
J the six good short stories. JjmM
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f lo'cENTA C0PiTS
1 AGENT OR FROM T11E PUDL1SUERS. S. 5. McCLUHE CO 41 p m mi t ,lcCLl,I!l: M
f GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS. I
Decoration Day Mori- g
JyCZSi-s. -r-ttA tiiie to give I
iCw'k youl New Suit its flrst I
'aV'? nf" flto aPPearauCG- j
I ( WPr? tf'tt'h Plentv of them here j
I X nM II L Jf4kSM 'bich vou would be I
v 1 v' Win proud to wear on that or j
I WSmw an,T otllGr occasion- s
j f Either the two-piece j?
I Vta l vili outing style or the regu- ji
" w n ai' three-piece style.
IH t4 i We have all the fash-
ionable cuts and popular
t fabrics in each.
Two-Piece Suits, - - $5 to $20
I , 5
Three-Piece Suits, - - $5 to $35
Straw Hats, Negligee Shirts, Summer Underwear
Price. J0 B & UaBwlLll, Main St. S
1 THE QUALITY STORE.
WlMSW'ALHAttMHVVt III! II I M I II Pf
Sa-lt Lake City, Utah, May 16, 1904. $
To tho Merchant's Protective Association:
Yours of the 16th Inst, to hand and contents noted- In obtaining' Bet- j
tlement of this claim forme, you have accomplished what all others he :
failed to do. ThlB claim was about 12 years old. For four or five years '
It was In the hands of attorneys for collection, and tvaa returned to mo ha
worthless. It is equal to 5700.00 found, and I desire to commond you for j
your perseverence and success. Toura truly,
JOHN MOUNTEBR, Grocer, 1026 Second St. :
Does any one owe you? Do you want It? j
We will collect It That's our business. ' j 1
Merchants' Protective Association
SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS. I -
Francis G. Luke, Ge.n'l Mffr, top floor, Commercial Block, Salt Lake b t
City. E E
"Some people don't like ua." I rj
Better than any Eastern make. "Will
cost you less money. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & Co.,
1 Bait .Iaki City Utah,
TAILOR-MADE SUIT SALeW
ELEGANT MATERIALS, COVERTS, CHEVIOTS, VOILES Arff
' 20.00 Suits $ 12. m
THESE PRICES 27.50 Suits 15. 7I
32.50 Suits 17.50
m for ONE WEEK 45.00 Suits 25.0I
I nm v ' 60.00 Suits 32.51
y OMLY 95.00 Suits 47.5
H l 100.00 Suits 65.o
ml The Fancy Gowns can be bought at a PRICE to make room fw
IS Midsummer Frocks. rwi
mM Tou will find the only exclusive models and smart Street Hats, gfyi
KM The latest creations In Neckwear and Belts. tfH
rj All the new shades In browns, tans and bluos In Hosiery. ftp
THE NAME ;j
. STAXDS FOi; .:
I gUALSTY. 1
II 'THE DEMAND FOR
I Knppenheimer Clothing
IS GROWING DAILY. j fe
Because the public demands theHI
J)est for their mone'.
Ask for Kuppenheimer Haud-Tai-jU
Jored, v Guaranteed Clothing and.Sj
don't be satisfled unless you get it .
SOLE AGENT for Salt Lake. M
205 So. Mali and 10th East E
k Secoxad So. p
NO CURE. NO PAYll
- k "were not for tho projudlwj;
1 't&t duo to tnQ Eeat number of fakes
bi the land I would not ho able to handW
J f) wlJ usnesB tna.t would come to mE
1 Jil $w Tho "rT6e Bolt" fraud and the "3rr'f I
3 1 Eh-ug"" sch em o, which are not free a4
i I iVv Lavo ma ovory one skeptical
''Jnlvw but 1 know ttat 1 have ft Sod thlni "
2 and 1,11 hammer away until yoi t
j wmMknow,t .is
Pww'Swvi 1 "a"ant to taik to m cn Avii iiave p&jj? t-
i ISp and acne9' Wno cel run down physical
a 'Vvuu ly' "who reaUze that tho old "nro" bS
1 llfigpjam energrj' Avhlch was 30 evident In youthQ i
yj&SJIS absent now; men who can't stand tff J
.'. fflPjMrMM amount of exertion thoy could year,
1 1 nMvStk n-ffo. I want you If that means youi
1 llvwBwIi to corae lo me and lf I sav that I caj
nV'rfffr cure you I don't ask you to pay me un'
BKWf"lfCT6gB8lj til I DO so. That Is fair, surely. YoifiJ
4 y&wl ; Slfey m3FBEh take no chances, aa I know what I casE
7 ai fgff do, and I'll run the risk. J5i
t I have a curo in every town. Toll mo where you live and I wiiW
r give you tho namo of a man I'vo curoL
1 Tell me your name and I will tell you honestly whether I can cutjl.
f you or not. If I can't cure you I don't want your money. I have beerj ti
i In this business 22 years, and I am the biggest man In It today by lona
j odds, and I am growing yet. because I clve every man all he pays if
Let mo send you my book, full of the thlngy a man finds Insplrln?9!&
y atrength and courage. Free If you send this ad. JH ,1
Ofllce Houri 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10 to 1. "8 ,
I Dr. M. T. McLaughlin,, "jjj
I If genuine always tho same "Wilson Whiskey
that's all. "We'ro tho agents. iW'fll
RIEGEB & IINDLEY. .jSf?J
"Tho Whiskey Merchants."
Any alck pcreon who haa never used 3
LJquorona sbculd wrlto the- Liquid I
Ozono Co., i3-4C0 Wabaah avo., Chi- fi
eago. Tney will send you an order on H
your drucE st for a W-cont bottle rre. 0
If you will stato tho dlsoaso to bo I
trcatcd 2-H. Q. F. El
0H3T BUCKLE & SON, 'Mj?
235 SO. MAIN" ST. . BgJ
P. O. Sox 689. Salt Lafca SMtl