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. THg SALT LAKE TRIgTJNE, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1909. I
i class hill be
jlake Their Appearance at
lite Annual Chapel Day
fr-Iiay rnorr.lngr at 11:30 o'clock the
iK'verj of the present senior clao3 at j
' oRfcnlveraity of Utah vrho at a able to
,jB,rc their "degrees In Juno ir.ako their j
'kV, pUbJ!c appearance In their cons- I
.' jKcement caps nnu gowns. The occa
tttyfaYg s tic annual senior chapel day ox
i'IEju at which the Right Rev. Frank -Spalding
will deliver the principal
fyEn etl3cn(s v,'!l1 llncr In l-1Cir v
, 'WK afr- buildings shortly before the hour
" fi7 for" the cx?rclse5 and will march
Kirnd tho main circle to the muaeuin
inff promptly at the hour set. Thn
of Engineers fro:n the physical builJ
jolnlng fre art? from the, library
ir wlil form a double eoiutr.n to
h to ih" assembly hail. Here tho
active graduates will occupy scats
nor or. the rostrum, tho members of
acuity, t"03t of wnonj will also bo
1 jr. their appropriate robes, oo-;
ikz the opporlte side of thf rostrum,
undcrsraduates V.-I1I hs arranged at
nff ta their classes on ono sln of
L msln part of lh hall, while the other
J imH ttIH he reversed for the friends of
tlErf programme includes a r.umncr of
UlKJjlcaf selections and Is as follows:
1 . KrACgrctlo from string, quarterre
so. i o"1iay?1!
tW Jllnuet Boceherlnl
IOwMK; Ctora SCiHimann firing Quartette.
iT.Kl"WJth You" ?'ol Tort
A ;, "Believe Me" Moore
(l UR' Miss ldllth Grant.
Bt Rtv. y: ma: 'spawjn-' ' ;
i -t csondo 11. VIenia.wski
Cflt- 'To a Wild Itose" MasDowell
f Miss P.onmanla Hyde.
I J "Onawnv A wake". .Coleridge Taylor,
"Silent as NlBln' -jam;
V Mr. John Summorhays.
jyNGTES Gf "0"' j
JBfogtufiy of tho life and work of Thco
IB&rt Fontanc occupied tho session of the
jjHraan section of the modern language
nBm-jt Thursday afternoon, at the unjvev
I.Kvr Tho program follows. Vocal aolo.
tfilTH Ehth Grant: 1.1ft of Fontan.-. Miss
j' ra Sperrv. vocal solo. Miss 'nule
jijK:; Fontaiie's "Sloln," l-'raulel:: V.'hit-
iR present plans carry, university stu--'Hctslll
have a doubl" holiday next
"-K:iin(l2y and FrMay. However, there
1 Klll ruty of work to be done and as
lmKe rtudents will be ''Xpeetesl (o assist
JWKrsratlon will only be a temporary re
fuAMHr from studies. Ttiuisday Is Arbor day
IwJKj i alwii c"evoted to the work of
JKii; up the eaei-.Mjd. If the matter can
"riH( srraripetl, Fllflnv will be made "V"
.3Mij, an annuiil holiday for the purpose
""jjltliif a new enni of v.'hltewash on
n fKe concrete ietior on ih hillside. The
If tflBilat er -i-nt (.iiTuuiittc has taken
I '!Hk mat'T "j -'"id will iw doubt dei-lde
iBT carrj" nil l l plan.
Slireru of lb' iTpslrliormi art will
0 ju9HKC an opiortunlty I-'rlday afternoon,
l"e uaiverpl' v, to sre a vry line per
fflliBSUf of lb" fnmotis 1 1 iMis;aria:i na
'l4JHwl ilaiu'c ('r.;i".in ti, l Miss Iconise
k tBfei)if' v.i o .it pr-si'i Inst ru-or In
UlflBuciii: lit t'i;it "('linn with Die girls' gyni-
II IHilum trorl: : unlvrshy. MIfs De
rvlHlo'U n i.ailuat' of the (j'i!ln:il school
JHill;i'in; of Hir:-tu!i. aiid has an euvi
n'pulatlnj for b'-r work in fidk and
J5ldiii'' 'aii'P". IVIiJay afii-njoon she
(rJKRfcpr-iir hi a must vlalmrat'' iislvinte.
1 jMwflklinz of a I hu-k sal in skirt, a bodice
TBjfc0, ;r n .T'd .V(.i!iw i-at'n, and high
Mfiit'if- I io I.-. pattfi-nt-il exactly after,
iif jBrn'i :mtlonal dri sy. The dance will,
M jHrforou'(2 In lonni'ctlon wlili the matl-
jK1 lrn diMit'. wl'li-h the S'-nior girls
, -iiV living In the nvn's gymnasium.
ipcndable Proprietary Medicines,
must be admitted by every fair
ed, intelligent person, that a
:ine could not livo and grow iu
arity for thirty years and today
a record for thousands upon thou
i of actual euros, as has Lydia E.
jam's Vegetable Compound, with
loisessinf: great virtue and actual
i Such medicines must be looked
ami termed both standard and
idablo by ever' tlunkiug per-
MHn Hotel Corridors
a!"l0KEXZ of Chicago and a party
W JjBytolng ten members ate at the
x , jK
hitjKC.a FKTTERMAX of Callente. y'ov..
JtJPI'Ing (n the city for a short time
jjMjW at tho Kenyou.
PfRS. D. FP.ANKEL and T. Sheuernon
Jm. wughtcr of Ues Moines, la., will re
"'Btecltv Kmilsfor(1 during a slay In
DftaB&tt'EBY, a prominent mining man of
.jKi Sev 1,5 at the Kenyon. and J. G.
rBJr:1" w& wife of Connecticut are also
lHjj fthe KeJfy
KALTER H. SCHOELI.K'OFF. with
rfd,10 nnJ family and retinue of scrv
liW4on their way through from Buffalo.
( wJSB? ' arc Euests at tho Knutsford.
!iiB?S;..yiXGSLEV. president of the New
fjKHMlr , , Ipumnco company, and K. T.
IIBik? thesame company, are guests
IBLt Knutsford while in the city looking
j lBe western agencies.
'!1tImIObNG TII1 eucsls of the Kenyon
Sfc&E1 ars Col. j. s. Hockley of Lotils
iriBS'r'i0; Wheelotjlc of Lincoln. Neb.;
TEih - t l bblns and wlfe of Tacoma,
iB'J' R", Eh' ot Elko. Ncv., and E.
SJmr m- and w,fG f Denver, Colo.
!tri?,N'G 9TRH Kuests at the Wilson
SNBRnl Vr'.1 Mra- Alf Blackburn and
' Harwell of New York; Thomas
-3Mwih 'l wlr- ,,f Poitland. Or.: C. U.
-KXi d ,)vlf0 ,f Michigan. Morgan
,K?fl1,,'ld wife of Texas, and Miss Mary
I fflK"01lls of Texrs.
I 'onV0i,S,y,t.H! Proprietor of the new
0 Pffin ,r'1 al Ogden. is stopping at
OLMSa wm- 'Vr- ,nylh brought to Salt
LJMTk. LHli ''T nvo ""c thoroughbred
i!fiB g"." lover of good horses, but
E aBetU. 1."1" aomoblle fever and rc
E THPLI'liiwcd u Packard
1 PROFILE OF GREAT MUSCOVITE ACTRESS, MME. NAZIMOVA
; . v. nH I Ojlk Mine. Naziinova, who 1ms scored such a triumph in Salt Lake- at
Mmj&$ Ml 1 fr, no Salt 1,3110 tncater in "A- Doll's House" and in "Hcdda Gahler,"
"IJ iew vill this evening cmcrgq from tragic plays and appear in comedy.
BOABD M EDOCATIBH
WANTS BUTE CHABBEB
OUienvise High School Cadets
Will Lose a Week From
Tho board of education Is averse to
having tho high school eadct.s lose a
week of school to attend the Alaaka-Yukon-Paclflc
exposition at Seattle.
Utah week, wlilch has been set for Sep
tember, and to obviate this Judge Hen
derson, chairman of the school board, In
accordance to a resolution adopted In tho
meeting of the board as a committee of
the whole Thursday afternoon, Thurs
day night wired Governor Spry, now at
Seattle superintending the selection of
sl site for tho Utah building at the ex
position, asking him to change the date
of Utah week at the fair.
School will begin about September 1,
and the board Is asking the governor
to set an earlier date for Utah week at
the fair. To avoid tho taking of the ca
dets out of school for a week, the gov
ernor will be asked to fix the dato for
Utah week along towards the early part
of August. Doing this would give the
cadets plenty of time to "rest up" after
tho trip and enter school fresh for their
The board expects an answer from
Governor Spry today. It Is doubtful if
the board will sanction the going of the
cadets If the date for Utah week Is not
set for August.
The board at lis meeting Thursday
afternoon decided to advise the following
Instructors that their services are de-slr'-d
for the school year of 190H-1910:
Supervisors of Instruction. General
MIhs Rosalie Pollock. John S. Welch.
Special Music, W. A, Wctsjell; art, J.
Leo Fairbanks: manual training. 13. Y.
Parratt; physical education, Miss Martha
JDli:eclor of sewing Mias Anna 3. Cor-
',CPrIneIpaI high school George A.
Eplrlnrlpals clementarv schools Joseph
ine Chambers. Grace E. Frost. Mary Dy
sart. F. N. Poulson. W. IX J'rowMsr. y.
J McCov W. W. Barton. E. S. Hallock,
j'. H. Coombs. Kvel.vn Rellly. Elizabeth
V Fritz. Marl: C. Brown, 1j. M. Qual
trotigh. Harold J. Stearns. D. R. Coombs.
Etta Powers. A. U. ICesIer. Oscar V tin
Cott. II. U. Folsom. 15. E- H. Scott, 1-.
U Kecler, William Uradford. .
Tho meeting did not take tip the propo
sition of building a new school or the
matter of securing someone to go ahead
with the Jefferson school,
IIBflrScM Tft Iff U HSTB Every woman covets a shape-
mSjSrk wZmJf iy figurc and many of them
firvt deplore the loss of their girJ-
I' il I A&kl, JOKM ish forms aFter marriagc
WiV WW ft X Iwfl The bearing of children is-
Sm M-ai, &A7m jfrfA u 0ften destructive to the
Kjjher's shapeliness. All of this can be avoided by the use of
BP?8 Frlend before baby comes, as this liniment prepares the
JMM for the strain upon it, and preserves the symmetry of her form.
iH-Her 8 F,,'end makes the danger of child-birth less, and carries her
l&pK HOEND .
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IN SALT LAKE THEATERS, y
4r SALT LAKE THEATER Madame ?
Nazimova In "Comtesse Co- -!-V
queue." Evening, S.15. 4
f COLONIAL- THEATER "Tho 4
f- Kerry Gow," with Arthur Cun
v ningham. Evening, S:15. !
4 THE BUNGALOW Lewis & Lake
I- Musical Comedy company. 4
-f Evening, S.15. f .
i- ORPJ-7EUM THEATER Ad Tin coil '..
h vaudeville. Matinee, 2:15. 4
Evening, S:15. j.
GRAND THEATER "A Runaway X
v Tramp." Evening, S:15.
LYRIC THEATER Moving pic- X
' lures. Matinee, 2; evening, 7. 4
Ibsen's masterpiece, "Hcdda Gabler,"
was presented at the Snlt Lake Theater,
Thursday evening, by the gifted Russian
actress. Madame Nazimova. To those
who witnessed her presentation of "A
Doll's Ilo:iie," the contrast was strik
ing. In the latter, the child wife: In
"Hcdda Gabler." the reverse. And as
Iledda alio was superb; she was fasci
nating. Her interpretation of tho Nor
wegian wife was. as are her other roles,
different from others. Indeed, in her own
way. but the Interpretation is -wonderfully
impressive. She was tall and slender
as nernhardt one moment; in the next
almost like a" child Nazimova Is a
study. She changes In an Instant. The
role of Hcdda permits this. Her gowns
aid. They are works of art, and the pic
ture she presents as the aristocrallc Nor
wegian wife was a most fascinating one.
Evory move was most graceful. Her
portrayal of the Ibsen characters Is mag
nlllcent. This evening she will appear in
Bracco's comedy. "Comtesse Coquette."
From the tragedies of the first part of
her engagement she will .emerge Into
comedy, nnd the stage effects will also
change, for In "Comtesse Coquette." with
Its aristocratic homo in modern Rome,
there are opportunities for the most ar
tistic mountiiiKS. which have been cared
for by the scenic artist In a series of
beautiful settings. The "Coquette"
gowns have been widely described.
Joseph Murphy's great Irish play, "The
Kerry Gow," Is in its ilnal performances
at the Colonial theater. Tonight and to
morrow night and the Saturday matinee
it will be seen for the last times.
In "At the Sound of the Gong." at the
Orpheum this week, "Young Pricey" of
Snlt Iwiko Is acting as sparring partner
with Tom "Soldier" Wilson, who takes
the part of Jameson In tho act. Pricey
makes a good appearance, and as be and
Wilson arc evenly matched It makes a
pretly and even contest for a short time.
The Wlllard Mack company will return
to The Bungalow. Sunday, after resting
a week, and will reopen with "La Tosca,"
with Mary Hall In the title role. The
company Is greatly strengthened and ev
ery preparation has been made for a
great scenic production of this great
"A Runaway Tramp" Is closing a big
week's business at the Grand. Tomor
row's matlnce and evening performances
will be the last opportunity to witness this
thoroughly pleasing and clever produc
Hon. m , m
A packed house greeted Samson Inst
night al the Lyric. He offered 525 If any
six men could break the grip of his
bands. AM failed last evening, although
I bey gave him n good pull.
"The 510,000 Beauty" at The Bungalow
Is playing to crowded houses and the ex
cellent company well deserves It. There
will be a matinee Saturday.
Chas. Ovtdc Blakeslcc announces that
ho is olTerine; an Easier term of twelve
lessons in piano or vocal training at
a snocial low rate, beginniup Easter
week. Any ono wishing a short course
or intending to begin an extended
course will do well lo inquire at tilS-lO
Temple ton building.
20 per cent off on all cash sales of
wallpaper. W. A. Duvall, 110 West
The following now companies incor
Tho Wandamere Amusement company
of this eiLy. to operate a scenic ruil
waj and other similar amusements at
Wandamere, taking over W, E. Suther
land's lease on .1 part of Caldor's park;
capitalization, $12,000. divided into 120
shares valued at $100 each; W. E.
Sutherland, president and treasurer,
John M. Knight, vice president; Wil
liam 13. Hughes, secretary. These also .
are the directors.
The Lewis-Lowe company of this city,
io conduct a general' brokerage and
real estate business; capitalisation,
$10,000, in as many shares of $1 each,
of which 4090 shares are treasury stock;
Arthur E. Lewis, president; C. H. Lowe,
vice president and treasurer; Frank .T.
Gustin, secretary. Theso are tho di
rectors, too. ,
Amateur Show Presented.
A crowded bouse In the Plymouth Con
gregational church saw the maids and
matrons present "Tho Old Maid's Con
vention." a comedy In several acts.
Thursday evening. Mis. Marcus Jones
and Mrs". Tom Pitt took the most prom
inent roles and acquitted themselvos with
credit. The purpose of the "show" was
to raise funds for the repair and decora
tion of the Interior of the church building.
Dyspepsia is America's curse. Burdock
IJIood Bitters conquers dyspepsia overy
time. It drives out impurities, tones the
stomach, restores perfect digestion, nor
mal weight and good health.
Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind
piles yield to Doan's Ointment. Chronic
cases soon relieved, finally cured. Drug
gists nil sell It.
Doan's Regulcts cure constipation with
out griping, nausea, nor any weakening
j effect. . Ask your druggist for them. 23c
I For any pnln, from lop to toe, from
j any cause, ripply Dr. Thomas's Eclectric
oil. Pain can't stay where ll. Is used.
If CORN, OATS, j
ROLLED BARLEY, I
Car Lots a Specialty.
Husler's Flour Makes Good Bread.
I MILLING CO. I
Collcgiato Institute Studente.
There will ho a reunion of all for
mer students of the Gollpgiatu insti
ttito on April 12, Founders day. All
former students are invited to meet at
the chapel of Westminster college, cor
ner of Eleventh East nnd Elevonth -South
streets, at H o'clock. After mak
ing a tour of the buildings and gvminds.
?.1I will return to the chapel for a sup
per, at which the- will be guests of
the woman's college board.-
Somo of the invitations have gone
astray, but every former student is
urgently requested to bo present nnd
j in send word beforehand as to his prob-
! " "
I able attendance to Mrs. T?. C. McNicec, I
1130 Blaino avenue.
Why not ppond Arbor day at Tooele?
CTW0 BIG PLANTS OF
OAKLAND ARE BURNED
OAKLAND. April S. The plants of
tho George Kbor Planing mill and the
Standard Packing company woro dc
fll roved by fire todnv. Thc'loss is esti
mated nt $100,000. "
For a time the flames wero beyond
control of the fire department, but the
- . !. '
veering of the wind saved the entire ' j ' ' , jH
water frmit, from destruction. " i
A privato safe may bo rented in tho' I
lire and burglar-proof vaults of tho ' 1
Salt Lake Security and Trust company, '
32-34 Mniu street, $2.00 per year. 1 lM
Strikers Must Not Threaten. 'H
NEWARK, N. .1., April S. The
Orange local union of tho United Hat
tors pf North America and a body of
individual strikers were enjoined todnv 1
from using throats of violenco in their
strike against the hat manufacturers ' J
j Irr"-" - IIIH1II1I 111 llfffTrTrf.fiT-iirrirrr -.lUnm .hrtrVn Hl'lhlill Ulilimii ! 1 'jH
J j For EaA Best Place L I
I The Store Palatial and Its Magnificent New Easter Stock. Pretty I
I ( Waists and Gowns for Easter. Easter Display of Trimmed Hats, j , H
I Beautiful Voile Skirts for Easter. Superb Showing of Easter Suits'. H
I A Sale of Tailor-Made Suits Q QC ' I
! for Easter at ...... . w JL $JP j H
$ Tliat will take all Salt Lake by storm. They are suits that would bring from 25.00 to 27.50. We I .H
jj want to make Friday and Saturday two of the Greatest Suit Days in the history of onr store. In order j ' jH
S to carry out our intentions, we offer the most astounding values for the two days. They are'1 all hand-
I some New Spring Styles, all new materials, new weaves and the latest colors. All sizes represented. jH
1 Millioery Oor Great Easter Display ' H
I Our Millinery 'Parlor on second floor. A most magnificent showing of all that is original and correct. J jH
I Each creation bears the mark of Master Milliners, portraying that artistic picturesqueness that ex- jH
' j pression, that refined Hat Elegance for which the Paris Millinery is noted.
I $7.50 Easter t A CK $6.00 Easter at I
Skirts .... P G Petticoat . . I
f A SPECIAL EASTER OFFERING I
? Made of an excellent quality of Black Taffeta Silk, H
? One hundred and fifty All-Wool Fancy Weave
'j, Skirts. A regular $7.50 Skirt, to be placed on deep flounce shirred, extra fine sweep, also dust
sale Friday morning at the above quoted price, ruffle. Black only. All sizes, from 39 to 43. 1
I Are handsomely m While they last. Friday and Saturday, at the above 1 ,
j proved style self strap trimming and buttons. All j . j j h
j colors and all sizes. mmw VmuJMmMUMMJJmm Mi ll I
1 Only 2 Dys More Left to Take Advantage of the 1 I
GREAT OPENING SALE I
AT THE 1 H
322 SOUTH MAIN STREET j I
I Our opening sale includes a new and complete line of the famous "Honesty" 1
I Clothing and Furnishings. The following prices are given to introduce this fa- I
I mous brand and get acquainted with you. Here is your opportunity to get your I
j Easter outfit at reduced prices. 1
1 Men's $25 Suits " si6.45 Neckwear and Hssiery Specials
H Men's $20 Suits $12.45 Latest shades and patterns in narrow and Jlowin-end 1
1 Men's $15 Suits $9.45 li.oo vSlies 50C I
I Men's $12 Suits ; $7.45 25c I
1 These suits are made of the finest fabrics in MeQ ,s puro si2k5cHS ' ' Jancy colors. 50c 1 H
I the latest styles and patterns and come in the 3aforS' 35c' $1.00 1 IH
1 newest shades of blue, brown, gray, olive, tao, Lislo thread Hose, in jdain and faucy 9ff I
W t -i c 1 colors: 35c values iO Tn fM
I mode and fancy designs. jjj. ; U
1 siIk ncRlec shirts, plain Mpn'c finlf Whirls M
I Men's Fine Dais g0r..?x.5o 5LSII..?2 S
I . medium weight under- . , 1-oc c, . . QO D
I Lnrce assortment of the , $1.75 Shirts $1.25 $1.25 Shirts 88c
I latest shapes and shades in wcai ' YU colors- ghirts 95c 15q ghirls 4gG
I Men's Hats. 50c and 90c Suit. w k an(1 tnn These shirts aro mado of 1 1
H TTncn r(,miino rnr or,, hie;h grado madras and H
I $3.50 Hals $2.45 Silk finish balbriggan vff nv 3 forSc? percales in tho newest 1
1 $2.50 Huts $1.90 underwear in plain and Pino urndc split foot and patterns. Jm
I 2-00 Hats ?1. 45 ianey colors ." rlM I H
I $1.50 Hats $1.14 90c Suit. Suspondcrs -B-Q blaclc and colors. . O" I
I Special in Our Boys' 800 Pair of Boys' Boys' Heavy Ribbed I
I DepaFSmeet Fine Worsted School Hose I
I $5,00 suits $3 . 95 Knee Pants gjg&o!0 ciS" iSd lu' I H
1 $4.50 Suits $3.69 , rivn,irn, 25c SuspcndcrslSc' I
H o aa c -i eo 17 Plain and Knickeruockor. . ' . n ,r u M
I $3.00 Suits 4 $2.17 Boys' 2STck1ikccs and Golf E
I $2.00 Suits $1-38 $1.00 Pants 68c Shirts- k
5 These suits are made of the finest -woolen 75c Pants 47c 75c Shirts 48c h
1 serges aud latest shades and patterns. 50c Pants 38c 50c Shirts 37c I
I We Are Here to Give the Public Full Valoe for Their Money, j , H
I Our Motto : A Square Deal for All ! I j H
I WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR PRICES RIGHT BELOW WALKER'S' ''H
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