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jjices Results o! k'xam
gtion Recently Held.
E SECURE DIPLOMAS
cants Who Pass Tests
Are Qualified Many
tat board f edu-atlon vsiorduv
, ,. . :. of c iliflca'es to
. mn( f f ,n otinc' Al1"
ttH Th- ""k iii' i'l' nt In the open-
5JjJ lnM.,, m-li that it
Kn(j jir.; 1 11,0 llst
' ijfci in veral county
-W' nd S. Child, super-
lppr.mi.-r.i' '' palt
KltV m ' ' awarded a
-"certlM.ni-. I"' : y, .-xr-rl-0f
wln.'li sii-i!l have 1" en in
. jL,f unions ti)" ' '' luir-nifiiu for
lijomA. The t?t mi" successful ap-
,(m fc),,r, Andrew P..
iAi llil rh I! Adam. Fn-
' fc,. N : U K. Kg-
-..Bprovo. Albert O. fioodalo, 1479
'IB aver, i ic cltv; W Karl Hopkins.
iKadracli H .I'mks. Amk rknn Fork;
llljH,. Mi Orkl' Ma.i : I ' "
mi:-.', - Monro avenue. )g-
"Bj. Nielsen, Mt. Pleasant: Inrs
ken Spanish Fork; Ed. M. Rowc
WFork: Kdgnr T. R-Md Mantl;
A e''-rr . N-i ; ' .fo;,-ph A. Sill.
Bfli p North Main
aKjty. I -J r:e:ur.-e Wright, Eu-
LlHpe rlifi. 1 J- Andeison.
IjBjfiin.. - M' I'leas-
mMm, a lire- Ir.iibeih
lfln. K:.li: fv.nl Movvman. L 4 i '
KpMr ( 1 1 1 ." . la! ."I . Crow IJ. g-
fHe nn i Mfa -
JjKnpl r in. Kihviirfl J
!," North Fourth East street, t.o
I Dunn "i Klev-nti Pas I trci
bewnli. i In 7.i I Pallcy. Tensdale;
Kfird-'oii. Sallna: .Toim Charles
E; Floss Harmer, Sprlngville;
. F1h. r. : I Smith Thirteenth
el. , Itv M.; M.-iri.ii'. -.7t. 'an
el OgriVn (renewal i; l-'loi-.:ice '.
rrtce: I.UPlla Irvine 7 1', Wesl
iMr.pl- -1 . . 1 1 v , Imizi i pen I
, Rlriifl.-l.r 1 1:. ..el .Ml, , Irvine
l'.:c Keith apart-
City. Hiildn Mary l.undslet i. R
r. :; N'ih Mi Mm v Ann
archant. Peoa: Maude Mos-
f. lit am. ni. ninii g; l i. .
IIPB I. No. - . Ksil-.-r Midi:.
No. .1. iciJen; Hairy John Ol-
V rllli M .1 ie P'in - ' 7.r,: Tw. 'i-
itrroi . ( )K.)en. K .i i.u. Hne 81b
I n. Elgin: Josephine Sandbcrg.
ft. Anna K Su.n!:l!id.-lce. ft.'.S
Sth Suutli street, olty irenewal);
fchton. SiMithniok. Ida. rro-Sp-iii-r.
I Gn-n r,i -.' I'o-nl Swift, city:
BtlSfl B, BWWMOn, Plafnr.t Grovo tre-
2.eW'.al,. ?Urv E Whittoy, American
Fork. Wi.h.-rta Whitney, 44;, South Wmt
Temple trt. rity.
Orammar grade Clan Anna An
deraon, 346 Edith avenue city;
j . tha a Barney, 551 ' South
Fifth ham. city; Ardella Pern Bawden
4480 South Eleventh ESaat, city; Helen If.
Browning, 2468 Madison avenue. Ocden:
.en. i Hiiinrr. .'.,f,i nvenm Op
danj Ray H Barton, Beaver- Johnny
Real. Bphralnij Bdlth V. Carlaon 1034
Wtsi Second North, city; Phllomena
' hahot, Sixth avenue, Waterloo, city
Carrie Chrlatenaen, s .", :i South Eighth
East, -Itv Kat.- Camp Por.lan. I2 South
Eighth Baal city; Olive Dosey :sgt
l'w'Hly.i.. vei)th 8lre t. (Kdcn ' Lwella
Poater, St. George ; Marcla Know! ton
1 low lis. Bountiful; Ada M. Henri cheen.
x7; Bputh Pourth East, city: Ethel Mae
Hayvey, ir,: Eighth avenue, city; Hyrum
Ipson, .',11 South Eighth i:ast, city; Irene
Judg. 1 1068 Baal Fourth South, city;
Nora Page Ireland, Pangultch; Verna
anna ECoapp, 28)88 Ter avenue, Ogden
Busette Rol.sor LeKr-, .-no South Third
Weat. city; Clarence IfcMuUIn, Green
ville; George Barton Mowery :'or,.i South
Vernon street, city; William Ruaeell
Conkle, Uoab; Mm Bell Nimmo park
'lt: Tiliio Penny, 71 1 atrete. city laa
nelU May Pardoe, 4.'is West Sixth South,
city; Fluss Packard, Sprtngvtlle; Orson
Ryan Mid vale; Bliaabeth '. Stocking
Onequa achool, city; Laura B wan son, :7i
Twenty-fourth atreet, Ogden; Pearl Bny
der. Park City; Zella Ballard Wakefield
170 East Third South Provo; llaltl
Leone Waplon. K1 F street. cJty; Walter
Robert Wilson, Bandy
Temporary high achool Jani Kr-
'"I rmirorii;. .Mount I'lfas-
Inrit; JOaeph A. Barlow, Pavjton Ethel
M. Connelly. ?2t Second Soul), cltj
Lucy Beatrice PInley, Eurokn, Utah
Andrew Smith Gibbons, Salt Pake city;
Junlua .r Hayea. American Fork: Lloyd
Herbert Hamren. Pay son; Virginia
ley, Eureka: Ruby L, North. Wendover;
Mary Jerrlne Paull 284 M street city;
Daniel Lambert Tack. Spanish Fork'
Jennie Marie Ryan, -.'is Mnth East city
(Mt. Pleasant). Frances Mav Richards
i.oiran; Lola Virginia Stoddard, 326 South
Ti-.)on street. Colorado Sprlnp-; Colo
J. D Seelcy l.Mclns. Ariz J. Challen
Smith, ,s:, Klrsl avenue, cltv Josso IV
ron Walker. Pleaspnt Grove
Special certlflcates-s-Chrlsten Axelson
Mantt. special certificate In an and me
chanic arts; L. R. Rent lev. -,40 f-I rt
South street, city, special certificate In
manual training; Allen r. Backus gen
era) delivery, gky, special certithai.. In
manual tralnlnp Justus M. Boyden
Mouni Pleasant, special In musi. WII- I
llam ' r.ifts 42 south Fifth East, city,
special certificate In mechanical drawing
and manual tralninp: lohn S. Christen
sen. Richfield, special In athletics Fred
1 Pjeldsted, Mantl, special in mush :
Anna Frost. Bphraitn, special In domes
tic art; Florence M. Horn.-, Richfield, spe
cial in domestic art and science; John
Hood, Richfield, special in music- Wayne
Johnson. Prl.e. special in art and music:
Esther Lund, Mount Pleaeant. special In
domestic science and art: Mamie Par
rlsh, Centervllle, special In domestic art:
John H. Pendleton Parowan, special in
manual training; Parker B. Pi-alt. J"ii3
South Seventh Baat, city, special in me
chanic art and bookkeeping; Margaret
Elisabeth Ross 2202 south Seventh East,
city. Ernest Uanpssaard, Lopan. special
in mechanic arts.
Two-year normal Leona Bruce, Rock
well la. (American Fork!, Isabel F.
E.onard. 27:' Second ..'-nue cr- David
J. Simmons, Spanish Fork: lone Cates,
Mercur (April js, i;m 1 1.
rec lanpuld. weaK run down? Head
a 1 Ik-" Steimacb. "off"? Just a plain case
of lazv liver Burdock Blood Bitters
tones llver and stomach, promotes diges
tion, purifies the blood.
Soothes Itching skin Urals CUU or
burns without a scar. (.'tires piles oc
zema, Halt rheum, anv it.dilnp. Doan'a
Ointment. Your druggist sells It,
"1 sufferer habitually from constipa
tion. Ioan's Regulets relieved and
strengthened the bowels, so that they
have boon repular e- r since." - A. E.
I'avls. grocer, Sulphur Springs Tc.
Cheapest accident Insurance nr.
Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Stops the pain
and heals the wound. All dmpplat.s sell
The Noted Comedian Who Appears in 'The Flirting Princess," Which Comes
to the Colonial for Two Evening Performances, Beginning Tomorrow Night.
k fm::' - i
SDPEBSTITTON, saya llnrrv Dul
ger, is no greater factor in Hie
life of tho Ethiopian than In
the life of tbe average thespian.
"If an X-ray were turned on the
members of a theatrical company. It
would tie surprlslnp the number of
harms, good-luck pieces, the left hind
feet of pravcyard rabbits bathed In the
Mpht of the moon, ami such trinkets
that would be found secreted in various
piac s n their clothing.
"The English ballet dancer, for ln
stance. is a slave to superstition I re
member a rehearsal of the hip Empire
ballet, nt the. Empire musical hall, Lon
don, when the premiere dansuese and
twenty members of the ballet rebelled
and refused to o on the stage, because
the scone was entirely In blue. Now,
blue Is an unlucky color among players
the world over- its only saving reiir-f js
silver. There were no adornments of sli
ver at this rehearsal.
"In England, to trip on enlerinp on the
scene the flrsl night of a play Is sure
to brlnp success To receive a bOUQUel
at the stage door before the play Is an
omen of failure.
"In America, too. some strange super
stitions prevail. When I he "Re 11 of New
Vork' was ready for production, under
the management of canary & Leder r.
the flr.-t named was verj nervous
about the production. Failure meant
ruin. The theater was all lighted up;
everything was ready for the opening of
the- doors. The doorkeepers stood :it
thoir posts, ready to pull the imits that
would lei the clamorous crowd In. Mr.
Canary Btundinp beside the door, cave
the sipnal. The rush began. The first
person to reach the tiekd taker was a
lady, Mr canary leaned over the rail.
Ihrust her aside, at the same time push
ing a man to the front. RaUinp Ills hat
politely to the lady, he apologized and
eacorted her to the ushers himself.
" 'II would never do,' he remarked to
a friend, 'to nJlow a woman to be the
first to enter the theater on the first
nlpht; It's unlucky Pet a man In fl-t
and fOU an- all rlKht.' Tbn piece was
Successful and no argument could con
vince Canary that he had not saved It
by holding the woman back
"Rehearsal on the Sabbath are essen
tially hlph Jinks, In England as tve;. as
America. When 'Algeria' was produced
H ' r- v.. re two Sunday night rehearsr.ls.
The chorus Klrls had to b locked n to
keep them from running away. Many
of thTn had narrow escapes from ln
Jury through leaping from the windows.
It is believed that salaries will not be
paid regularly during the run of the piece
if it Is rehearsed on Sunday, or that the
piece Itself will be I failure, or that
death will result.
"This was predicted at the Sunday re
hearsals of 'The Tourists.' and the
croak In gl of the chorus girls wer.. veri
fied by the sudden death of s a sou-
COLONIAL THEATER "The Bar
rier." Matlne.-- today. .2:16. Even
"The Flirting Prince aa," last half of
ORPMEI'M THEATER Advanced
Vaudeville. Matinee dally at 2 15
Evening performance begins at 8:15.
MAJESTIC THEATER The Majestic
' Musical Comc-dy company, in "The
SHUBERT THEATER "God's Men."
Matinee- this afternoon 2. In. Even
"The Barrier" will be seen for the last
two times at the Colonial this afternoon
and evening. The play is staged from
one of the most widely-read novels ever
written and this has had much to do
with the favor with which It lias h.en
received wherever it has been nlayi d
Salt Lake has fallen in line, each per
formance bringing out a larire audi
ence. In I he role of "The Wise Rahbl " now
heintr presented at the Orpheum, that
veteran character actor. William H.
Thompson, has a character that Is remln-
A Medicine that Does Not Cort Any
thing Unless It Satisfies.
The active medicinal ingredients of
Rexall Orderlies, which is odorless,
tasteless and colorless, is an entirely
new discovery. Combined with other
extremely valuable Ingredients, it
forms B perfect bowel regulator, intes
tinal invigoratoi and strengthener.
Rexal! Orderlies are eaten like candy,
and are notable for their agr.-eableness
to the palate and gentleness of a.-tion.
They do not cause griping or any dis
agreeable effect or inconvenience.
Unlike other preparations for a like
purpose, they do not create a habit, but
instead they n rrnnifl the cause of
habit acquired through the use of or
dinarv laxatives, cathartics and harsh
physic, and permanently remove the
cause of constipation or irregular bowel
We will refund your monev without
argument if they do not do as we say
they will Three si.e.s, Tide, 2ic and lOo.
Sold onlv at our store The Rexall
stores. Tlruehl S: 'ranken, 271 80.
Main; Smith lrug Co., ''The Busy
Corner;" S-inith Drug Co NTo. 2, 215 So.
DYSPEPSIA, GAS, SOURNESS, INDIGESTION I
AND All STOMACH MISERY Kill VANISH I
A little Diapepsin makes your
out-of-order Stomach feel
fine in live minutes.
The question as to how long you are
going to continue sufferer from Indi
gestion. Dyspepsia or out-of-order
Stomach is merely a matter of how
soon you begin taking "ome Diapepsin.
If your Stomach is lacking in diges
tive power, why not help the ftomacfa
to do its work, not with drat-ti.- drugs,
but a re-enforcement of digestive
agents, such as are naturally at work in
People with weak Stomachs should
take a little Diapepxin occasionally
and there will be no more Indigestion,
Iscent of the hlshon and the cardinal
In "The Roval Famllv " n both of n
he appeared In this cltv at the Salt 1-ali.-theater.
Mr. Thompson Is reckoned amone
the leadlne character actors of America
and d'irlnp the fortv -seven years he has
trod the boards he has played over 1200
different roles. His present vehicle Is
ere.atlnp considerable diverse comment,
but It Is generally acreed that one must
see the sketch several times before all
Its fine, points are trrasped and under
stood. Next Friday night the r.-tall merchants
of the cltv wdlj be entertained at the
Bhubert theater, where the Snubert Stock
companv Is playing to irood-sized audi
ences an Interestlir western drama, en
titled "God's Men " To add Interest to
the occasion. tickets with numhered
coupons will he used, and the holders Of
the luckv tickets will receive iio worth
of groceries for the first prize, $5 gro
cery credit for the second prize, and a
$2.:;n credit for the third prize. There
will be n matinee performance tliis after
noon. Next week "East Lvnne" will be
Minstrelsy will come into its own on
Sundaj afternoon and evening at the
Colonial, when Rlr hards A Prlncle's tieor
Kla minstrels will he s'-en for two per
formances. Clarence Powell, the well
knowm end roan of this orpanlzatlon. Is
still with the companv. and many others
whoso work is familiar to Salt Lakera
as well as several who have been added
to the troupe since it played hero last.
The band Is still a bltr P-ature of the
show, under the direction Of Plaik
Alfred Cooper, who olaya the part of
Tom Wilson In "The Country Rov. ' which
Henry R. Harris will shortly present here,
gave tin the study of law at the Chi
cago university to en on the stage. He
Joined the .lames Neil stock company
at Minneapolis, where he played a variety
Of parts. That was three -ears 8JCO. Now
he js plavtnc a leadlne part in a re COST
nized Broadway success.
Frederick H. Wilson, the former lead
ing man of manv of the attractions of
former da vs. Is now eniraped In fraternaj
work. Tntrty-tWO seasons gone, bv he
waji beRinninp his career as a "utility
man" In the far-famed Boston Theater
Sto,-k companv. The leadlne: ladv of that
organization Is now Mrs. (Jeorpe J. 'Jnuld.
in isfi he essayed the role of Lucullua In
support of John McCallousrh. The Ca
lanthe of that occasion was Mis; Viola
Allen. Seven seusons aco Mr. Wilson
left the professional slae and has em
ploy ed himself in the worfe of rendering
In mono-dramatic form some of the mas
terpieces of the various dramatists. He
will appear under the aUBPlces of Rockv
Mountain lodge No. 3. Knights of Pythias,
at their castle hall on Thursday eeen
inp. September 14. The play selected Is
"Damon and Pythias"
no feeling like a lump of lead in the
stomach, no heartburn. Sour ris:n8,
Gas on Stomach or Belching of uu.li
gested food, Headaekea, DizzitieB 01
S:ck Stomach, and, besides, what vnu
ent will not ferment and poison voir
breath with nauseous odors. All these,
symptoms resulting from a sour, out- .
of-order stomach and dyspepsia are
generally relieved in five minutes after
taking a little Diapepain.
Og to your druggist and get a S0
cent rase of Pape 'a Diapepsin now. and
you will always go tO the table with a
hearty appetite, and what you eat will
taste good, because your stomach and
Intestines will be clean and fresh, and j
you will know there are dot g'ing to
tie my mere bad nights and miserable
days for you, They freshen you and
make vou feel like life it worth livinz.
Prof Jacob Polln. professes of physical
education at the University of l iah has
ho.-n appointed Swedish vice consul f..r
this part of the country. The appoint
ment follows the visit of the Swedish
embassador to this city for the purpose
of stralghtetjtng ,,ut the affairs of the
Professors Bolin and Peterson will go
to Brig ham City imhy to conduct a meet
ing of the school trustees of that county.
Professor Marshal!, the head of the
English department, returned Monday
from the ens' lie ".ias i--.-n visit log his
mother at Towanda, Pa., and While ab
sent also visited some of th ftSSlSI II
cities including Philadelphia, New fork
Professor Merrill, dean of the mining
school, has not yet returned from the
cossl on account of the Illness of Mrs.
Professor Cumminga Is back at the uni
versity and lias In his office some very
Interesting p'-llcs which he gathered on
his recent (Hp to the Navajo Indian reservation.
Dr. Saxe Is Dead.
HEW YORK. Sept. 13. Dr. htrc Al
exander De Santos Saxe, one of the best
known physlclana In this country, is dead
of heart disease here.
BETTER THAN POWDER
"I never recommend face powder to
beauty seekers.' says Mae Martvn,
noterl beauty specialist, in the NSW
York Tribune. "Pace powder will oven
tually rum any complexion. It clogs tbe
pores, causing blackheads, wrinkles
and ugly, rough complexions.
''Women who want the best com
plexion beaut ifier, and one that imparts
lasting beaut;.', should try 4 ounces of
spurinax, dissolved in C, in t hot
water, with 8 teaspoonf uls glycerine
added. Or bv tiding pint witch 1iu7.p1
instead of the water it will dry more
quickly in coo weather,
''This inexpensive lotion makes tho
skin very smooth, soft and youthful
looking. It takes nwav thai shiny,
sallow look nnd does not show or rub
off easily like powder."
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I Mr. C. G. Seelye, Division General Manager, 11 t fi
The Mountain States .Telephone 5b Telegraph Co., O Oi-lS US 2,1X0 OGHGUL
1 Salt Lake City, Utaho
J A themselves by using
q I have. read your interviews m the daily papers and
'your Mr. Hopkins has called upon me to urge the natter further. . f "jr j J A
are getting good service and are doing a large part of our tne inaeoenaent lines
telephone "business over the Independent lines and we expect
fl t0 Iridepondent Bervictstil the planta are oonsolldated, VVl J)OSSll3lG XXX ; : j
i I I am convinced that you are in earnest in your pre-
1 Bentation of the telephone situation and I therefore will ask 1 1 Vav 4" f I A
our patrons and business associates to . confine their calls for j s CwAw
t$m UE t0 Inc'ieilenden"t llnec a much as possible, as all of our -d
departments are equipped with Independent service. 13Jl1C3IXG
,de Yours truly, gr 1, AT y
rmm General Manager.
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