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WESTERN NEWS.
VOLUME XU.
HAMILTON. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 28 1902.
NUMBER 31
COMM ENCEH ENT EXERCISES
WILL BE HELD TO-MORROW
Th« school year mHamilton ends
tomorrow. It ha* been rather a short
term—only seven months—but Ham
ilton's 400 school boys and girls an
der direction of Principal McKay and
his excellent corps of assistants, have
made splendid progress. *
The graduating class consists of
two young ladies. Miss Margaret Snm
rn ers, a native of the valley, and Miss
Ethelyn Chambers. They will receive
their diplomas at the hands of Pres
ident Doran of the school board to
morrow evening. |
The exercises will beheld at the
Lucas Opera House beginning about
8 o'clock in the evening. The Ham
ilton band will assemble at 7 -3X> o'clock
and play several selections on the
public square and will then proceed
to the opera house where it will ren
der several «elections. Prof. J. M
Hamilton, of the State University will
deliver the baccalaureate address, his
theme being, "Education for Citino
ship." Following is tbe complete
program of the commencement exer
ciaes:
Selection..............................—.......America
Hamilton Gomel Band.
Chorus ...............-.......— Glvqr Chorus
Xsnay.,...............................-.........................
...Payes from Pioneer History of Montana
Margaret Summen.
Chorus.-...............-.........—The Twilight Stum
Young Ladles
Xasay.........................A Pies for the Forests
Ethelyn Chamber*
Chorus____________The Angelus -Young Ladies
Detection...........—.........Hamilton Cornet Band
•Commencement Address................................
.......................Professor James M. Hamilton
-Chorus.............. Wiegenlied ........-High School
Presentation of High School Diplomas.
Presentation of Eighth Grade Certificates.
Chôma ..............Night Song.........-High School
During tbe afternoon programs will be
given in all the grades, commencing at
230 o'clock. The following are the pro
grains aa prepared for the last day:
Misa tUasgaoa, Teacher.
Snag,..................................................Welcome.
Margaret Chambers. Elsie 8u> 1th.
Recitation, Memorial.........Freddie Summers.
Xecltatlon, . The Last Salute,. Dora Lowery.
Mediation. To the Veterans, Raymond Hork.
Bong, —........Tenting Tonight,-.....-.....School.
Story..........Memorial,.......Buby Leatherman.
Xecltatlon,.............................Decoration Day.
Vernie Bobertaon.
Xecltatlon, Ship of State,......Justin Shannon.
Song...............................Those Evening Bells.
NSItle Smlthey
Etta Stout
Altha Tucker
Base Rtendeau
Laura Rlendeau
Edna Smith
John Nelson
Burl Heavltn
Hubert Mitchell
Paul Gervls.
Harvey Stone
Guy Trenary
Mabel Weatherford
Ivy Solberger
Jennie Wilcox
Frwnk Taylor
Lawrence Dlnneen
Willie Murray
Recitation...............— .......The Lonely Grave.
Mabel Albertson.
Xecltatlon..........................Tbe Blue and Gray
Willard Gervais.
■nag......................JUanlta......................School.
Xecttatloo,........-..........The Neglected Grave.
Adna Bobertaon.
Xecltatlon,........................Forgotten Heroes.
Clare McGuire.
Song,.—...........Union Dixie,.—............School.
Xecltatlon.......................The Grand Advance.
Bussel Fluge raid.
Xecltatlon............. -.........Barbara Frletcble.
Margery Chambers.
gong,............-......America......................School.
■ SIXTH AKA A FIFTH GRADES.
J. Adams, Teacher
Vacation Song,......Fern Gray, Mamie Terrill.
Xecltatlon,.....Memorial Day,.—Mabel Smith.
Xecltatlon,...............Junior Partner Wanted
Frank Vincent.
Xecltatlon,...........After All .......Frank Lord.
gong,.............................................The Seasons.
Mabel Smith Alice Farnsworth
Dnolle Hork Frances Crane
Xecltation,..The Moon Baby....Alice Power*.
Xecltatlon................Keep a Tryln' Signboard.
J. T. Newell.
Xecltatlon.-.........Again,..........Edith Russell.
Xecltatlon,...Little Mary's Wish,.-Fern Gray.
long.......1—........Sweet Summer's Gone Away.
School.
Xecltatlon,.........-Remember Boys Make Men.
Clarence Moore.
Xecttatloo...................—...The Blue and Gray.
Luetta McCartney.
Xecltatlon,...Do Your Best,...Lester Spencer.
Xecltatlon.......-....How Blue and Gray Blend.
Frances Crane.
Bong,.........Tenting On the Old Camp Ground.
School.
Beading,—.Bight About Face,-...Fay Newell.
Xecltatlon..........The Palmetto and the Pine.
Mery Boutbwlck,
■eng.-:.—......Fairy Moonlight,.............School.
Xecltatlon,.....Memorial Day,-—Draelle Hork
Xecttatloo..............Jesus Loyer of My Soul.
" Hasel McCartney.
■nog.........—Asleep and Awake,............School.
Quotations by Scholars.
Xecltatlon.................The Young Gray Head.
Alice Farnsworth.
Xacltatioo,—Valedictory—Tommy Stevens.
I,____________Beautiful Elver..............School.
TOUBTH GRADE.
Kiss Howard, Teacher. «
g .........Xong Wave The Flag,.........School.
I Xecttatloo,.. Let He Remember Our Soldiers.
Alios Dougherty.
Concert Recitation.
Mattie LueUan Cecils Jones
Dato Peel
tecItiMnn........................-Devotion to Duty
Herbert Sommers.
—___—...... School.
..Peps'* Latter,......Nina Salford.
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I Xecltatlon.......—.....Tbe Blue end The Gray.
Marguerite Moo».
Song................Evening Bells,...............School.
Recitation........The Flowers,........Kit Irvine.
Récitation, ..................What Can Children Do?
Howard Chapman Clarence Femll
Clyde Stieb Walter Bates
Recitation, Memorial Day, Anna Tbrpening.
Recitation,.................................Alice Lowery.
MISS MARGARET SUMMERS.
Song......................................Tenting Tonight.
Walter Bates
Herman Blood
Clarence Reavers
Howard Chapman
Louts Crane
Charles Don son
John McCloud
Eddie Albertson
Willie Rlendeau
Clyde Stelb
Herbert Summers
Harrison Tucker
Roy Uhl
Archie Wlaman.
Sherman Tucker
James Coffey
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When it comes to thingsto eat the best is what you
want. Quality is the test for our groceries. Price
don't count unless the quality is there too, but we are
3«st.
offering for the time indicated herein some first-class
goods at second-class prices. These price reductions are for your
T ake adv antage of them : j* j» j**j*j*j*j*j*j*j*j*j*j*
benefit.
j* j* s
<•£> ü#. a#s ^
California evaporated fruits
CASTLE BRAND.
( 1 t. for.....S .10
PtaClKt i 25 X for.....2.35
{ 50 1b for.....4.65
Jlprkoti
Peart
2 1b for.....$ .25
50 lb for.....5.50
2 lb for.....* .25
50 B> for.....5.75
' 4 #> for.....* .25
25 lb for.....1.49
[ 50 lb for.....2.75
California Canned fruits
HESPERIAN BRAND.
Peacketaid
Pern
Greet Gates
aMI
EhPIhk
3 cans tor* .50
12 cans for 2.00
24canafor 3.90
3can*for* .50
12 can*forv f 2.00
24 cans for 3.90
3 cans for * .50
12 cans for 2.00
24 cans for 4.00
Talker Hiver
■iackkerrict
tempting Canned Uegetables, fresh and Palatable.
Qkkora Cora.........I Can 10 c..........12 Cans *1.15..........24 Cana *2.30.
eretceatconi ........2 Cans 25c..........12 Cans 1.40..........24 Cans 2.75.
$e|0 Ell? C0Xat0et...2 Cans 25c..........12 Cans 1.40..........24 Cans 2.75.
Bitter Root Belle,
Spread Cagle
flour.
■ «ou may bÿ a good cook, but without Good Flour you can not
Y obtain satisfactory results. We have wbat is good. With
** every sack of either of the five brands bought of us during
this period will be given two cakes of Lilly White Soap, a white
floating soap equal to Ivory, jt J*J*jSdSj*J*«»*J*
Anaconda Copper mining Co.
€mmu
4 cans for * .50
12 cans for 1.50
24 cans for 3.90
Gloria, Pillsbary,
Bold Bcart
Tloar.
mercmrtk
Departmeat
Boy Chaffin
Theo Chaffin
Clarence Ferrill
Oliver Huckaba
Kit Irvine
f G. Kemperman
Lucius Lemm
Claud Million
Ralph Parmenter.
Recitation,.............
The Soldier's Reprieve. 8
Dora Peel. ï
Sony......................
Scarf Drill.
Hasel Donson
Florence Granke I
Cecile Jones
Agnes Lalney
Alice Lowery
Mattie Luellun
Nina Salford
Anna Wesseling
Fannie Wesseling
Goldie Cooper
Alice Dougherty
Hattie Helwlg -
Dora Peel
Anna Terpenlng
Deota Whitney
... Marguerite Moon
Mattie Luellun. 1
THIRD OU A DE. 1
Miss Harlan, Teacher.
School.
Recitation...............
...We Deck Your Graves
Mamie Wilson.
Willie Powers
:......................................
Carrie Stockman
Winifred Timmons
Tracy Kemperman.
Song...........-Scatter the Flowers-........School
Recitation......A Little Child......Lyle McLeod
Exercise...................
..The Blue and the Gray
j Carrie King
Mamie Wilson
! Mattie Smithy
Jessie Brown
! Sheila Gervais
Winifred Timmons
! Hazel Nelson
Sophia Lemm
| Anna Helwlg
Lyle McLeod
Rosa Smith
Tracy Kemperman
Blake Shannon
Pearl Coffey
Joe Beaubien
Zella Luallin
Lester Corrigan
Ellsworth Gage
.Tames Higgins
Gladys Smith
Herbert Hobby
Willie Powers
Allen Trafford.
Recitation............Roll Call.........Hazel Nelson
Recitation................
.......The Children's Hour
' Sheila Gervais
1 Recitation.........TUI Vacation.......Rosa Smith
Recitation................
.....Dame Nature's School
Pearl Coffey
Concert Recitation
Vacation
Wilbur Mitchell
Ernest Ruf
Carl Johnson
Joe Beaubien
Lester Corrigan
Willie Metcalf
Ellis Trenary
Willie Powers
Recitation......Remembrance...... Zella LualHn
Recitation.............In Memory of Washington
Jessie Brown.
Allen Trafford
Mattie Smithy
Wilbur Mitchell
Mamie Wilson
lames Higgins
Ernest Hof
Herbert Hobby
Carl Johnson
Tracy Kemperman She)la Gervais
Pearl Coffey
Rosa Smith
' Winifred Timmons Zella Luallin
Carrie Stockman
Anna Helwlg
Ellsworth Gage
SoDhla Lemm
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Willie Metcalf Carrie King
Hasel Nelson Irene South wick
Lyle McLeod Mary Howley
Lawrence McLeod Jessie Brown
Joe Beaubien.
ooK-.....................America..............School
Allen Trafford.
Incitation ..........................Off With Your
Willie Metcalf.
Patriotic Memory Gems
Walter Ruf May Howley
Wayne Relmel ' Sophia Lemm
Ellis Trenary Gladys Smith
Blake Shannon Sheila Gervais
Carrie King Ellsworth Gage
Tracy Kemperman Carl Johnson
Gladys Smith.
RECORD GRADE.
Miss Bond, Teacher.
Bring Flowers......Millie Salford.
Georgia Pond
Mamie Stephens
Nina Chafttn
Nadia Chambers
Pernie Butler
Lucy Blddiscombe
Margaret McGuire
Alice O'Brién
Kittle Klelnoeder
Mamie Rawlins
Emma Nicol
eeltation,..........................Charles Huckaba
mg,................ ................. . ...............School.
eeltation,................The Blue and The Gray.
George Murray.
eeltation,:............-............Tbe Little Army
Earl Bishop Harry Bullock
Lloyd Roberts Charles Hnckaba
George Robertson
Be citation, .........................Goldie Newton
Song, ...........*.....—................................School.
Recitation, ..................American Heroes.
Emma Nlcol Zuah Smith
Geneva Vincent
Marie Myers
Llxsie Wilson
Millie Salford
Doll le Beavers
Nlnu Chaffin
Pernie Butler
Georgia Pond
Song.......................................................School.
Recitation,..............................For My Country.
Chelis Whitney.
Flag Exercise
Harry Edwards
George R. Toole
Wallace Anderson
Otis Million
James Nelson
John Wesseling
George Robertson
Gjrover Lpwery
Earl Bishop
Harold Wilcox
Cecil Tucker
George Murray
Bernard Dougherty
Ph|lllp Sheridan
Arthur Beaubien
Ray Trafford
Willie King
Tom Pattullo
Tom Beavers
Lloyd Roberts
Fred Phillips
Walter McKrederick
Fritjoph Johnson
Kenneth Irvine
Chelis Whitney
Ormond Blood
Alfred Kattlus.
Song...........................................................School
FIRST GRADE.
Miss Cardiff, Teacher.
Song,.......................May,......................School.
Recitation,....................................Carl Lemm.
Recitation,..........................Kathryn Rawlins.
Exercise.....................Tribute of the Flowers.
Lucile Crutchfield Edna Phillips
Rosie Blddiscombc Hugh Wiley
Curl I,emin Lillie Klelnoeder
SIrl Peterson.
Song,..............Drummer Boy,..............School.
Exercise,..........................Tribute of the Trees.
Frank O'Brien Lyle Cooper
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MISS ETHELYN CHAMBERS.
Hamilton High School, Class of 1902.
Nell Whitney Alva Lowery
WUIle McLeod.
Recitation, Memorial Day, Calvin McDnnicl.
Song,..........Memorial Day,.............School.
Exercise,..................................Bring Flowers.
Winifred Lelhel Edith Swanson
Recitation......Our Heroes.....Willie Rooney.
Recltatiota, . ............................Andrew Watts.
Song and March............... . ....................School.
Recitation.................................Henry Bishop.
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Blddiscombe.
Flax Exercise and Drill.
Hubert Reese
Pbll.lp Helwlg
Elmer Stone
Frank Bales
Willie Neinbaus
John Kuttelus
Recitation,.............
Alfred Blddiscombe
Elmer Blood
John Southwlck
Roger Trafford
Andrew Watts
Walter O'Brien
Edna Lalney.
Recitation,..........................Mary Kemperman.
Song,............Soldiers Battle Day..........School.
Recitation........................ Thorwald Peterson.
Exercise................ ......................Memorial Day
Alice Mitchell
Kathryn Rawlins
Gladys Newells
Nina Peterson
Mary Kemperman
James Welch
Ethel reavers.
Song........................America'—'..'.
Mary Francis O'Hara
Ella McGuire
Verla Anderson
Jennie Rlendeau
Viola Granke
Beulah Anderson
..School
Baker Will Referee
Burnt Férk Cases.
'Trial at Stevensville Beginning; June
i6—Testimony in mil Creek
Creek Case Concluded.
The taking of testimony in the case
of August Christian and others
against John Sears and others and
which will determine the status of all
water rights in Mill Creek, was con
cluded Saturday afternoon. A large
number of witnesses who had been
summoned to testity for the defense
were not called and hence the trial
was brought to a close several days
sooner than was expected. By agree
ment of counsel in open court it was
stipulated that the judge may make
aud file his findings of fact and con
clusions of law and that the decree
may be signed and entered in vacation.
The court is expected to - hand down a
decision in 60 days. In this case there
are 50 rights, involving 54 litigants.
In the case of S. D. Cowell and
others versus B. F. Julian and
others, by agreement of all parties the
testimony will be heard by a Referee
at Steverfsville beginning Monday
June 16. Judge Webster has appoint
ed W. P. Baker, referee and Mr.
Glenny stenographer.
In this case 116 rights are to be
determined and 130 litigants are in
volved. The taking of testimony is
expected to consume not less than 30
days. A levy of *10 for each right
will be be levied by the referee to de
fray the expense of the trial. The
referee will receive as compensation *8
per day and the stenographer *5. In
addition the stenographer is paid ten
cents a folio for copies of the testi
mony.
The demurrer to answer in the case
of Ida Reber against Herbert Brethour
was ovér-ruled, to which plaintiff ec
cepts and was given 20 days to further
plead.
5PRAYINQ OP FRUIT TREES.
War of Extermination to be Com*
menced Against Codling Moth.
Missoula, May 26.— E.N.Brandegee,
of Helena, inspector at large for the
state board of horticulture, arrived in
the city last evening and will person
ally oversee the spraying of the fruit
trees in this city and vicinity which
have been infected by the codling
It is the intention of Mr. Bandegee
and the local officers of the state board
of horticulture to begin work at once
in this city with six spraying ontfits
and spray every tree in this city,
something over 6000. The spray nsed
will be a paris green mixture, also a
kerosene emulsion. The frnit trees
in this section have been in bloom,
now for the past week and it is the
intention to thoroughly spray all of
the trees as fast as the blossoms fall.
Special sale on ladies' and children's
trimmed hats, beginning Tuesday,
May 27. This sale continues through
the week. Please remember the date
and call early. Miss Julia Krummel.
It. S. Second street.
Get a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets at the
Corner Drug Co's, store. They are
easy to take and more pleasant in ef
fect than pills. Then their use is not
followed by constipation as is often
the case with pills. Regular size 25c
per box. *
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