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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 17, 1902, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 17 1002 DAILY ESTABLISHED 3877 ACADEMY PUPILS Program They Will Present at the Opera House Names of Those Who Have Won Clans Honors in the Various The commencement exercises of Ho ly Hosary academy will be held In the Woodland opera house Wednesday af xternoon commencing at 4 oclock The opera house has been engaged In order to give all the friends and patrons of the convent an opportunity to witness the exercises The program which we publish below is an unusually fine one The art gallery at the convent will be open for visitors all day Wednesday all friends and patrons are wel come to visit the gallery as well as to attend the exercises The Millers Fanlhg Piano duet Le Revell De Amour Moszkowski Eva Carroll Zora Browning Hen rietta Thomas Elizabeth Steph McCurrie Hilda Clark Jessie Everett Ha zel Ogden Margaret Kinkade Mary Rufe Elizabeth Luthrlnger Ynez Clifford Alice Lelthold Josephine Luthrlnger Aileen Schlueer Eva Sw anger Kathleen Burke Edith Dyas Gemma Mar gorini Ethel Dieudonne Mary Luthringer Carrie Sieber Caro line Luthrlnger Ethel Dyaa Em ma Raffaeta Bertha Alge Delia Martinelli Cassle Craig Grace Wright Florence Merrltt Tllife Malpiede Amelia Martinelli Imel da McNelll Gertrude Fitzgerald Mabel Metzger Stella Martinelli Rosaria McNelll Myrtle Peterson Anna Card Accompanist Ethel Pullan Piano trio Rustic Meyer Marie Miller Ethel Pullan Val letta Miller Irma Browning Lot tie Howard Zieta Ktncheloe Essay In Springtime With the Bard of Avon Miss Pauline Barren The Lost Chord SullivanAnderson Vocal Class Accompanist Miss Germeshausen Piano duo Tanhauser WagnerLisz Misses Leonora Cummins and Min nie Germeshausen Feast of Roses Drill and Poses Carmen Salcldo Frances Lautze Vlrgina Crutcher Laura Simp son Ethel Pullan Lizzie Steph ano SarahKinkade Blanche Cum mins Susie Clark Marie Miller Luc yMar tin ell 1 Mary Louise Blunge Pauline Lord Irma Browning Bertha Simpson Mabel Blngham Lucy Kinkade Julia Raffaeta Accompanist Inez McGrift Mandolin solo a Caprlccio de Concerto V Arienzo b Tar antella G B La Scala Miss Germeshausen Pianist Miss Cummins Essay May Day Musings Chris tian Miss Mary KInkad Tableau Misses Winifred Vaughn Lucy Kinkade Double Oft In the Stilly Night VIctorlne Browning Gertrude Schmidt Halite Williams Anna Mullen Elizabeth Stephano Mary Kinkade Zora Browning Irma Browning Symphony I 2 op 21 Beethoven Adagio Molto Allegro Con Brio Misses Minnie Gerraeshausen Eva Carroll Leonora Cummins Presentation of diplomas Te Deum Millar General singing class Accompanists Pauline Barren Le onora Cummins M Germeshausen The Ethics of Culture Rev J F Qulni CLASS HONORS list of Pupils Who Have Won Bis tlnotion This Term Class honors for the term at the ac adcmy have been awarded as follows DEPQRTMENT HONORS Excellence In deportment Irm Browning Susie Clark Anna Mullen Berttia Simpson Winifred Vaughn Blanche Cummins Gertrude Sen mid Virginia Crutcher Lucy Martinelli First honors In Stephani Marie Miller Sarah KInkad Ethel Pullan Lucy Klnkude Julia Raf faeta Kathleen Burke Emma Raffa eta Grace Douglas Bertha Alge Second honors In Simpson Hilda Clark Margaret KIs kade Mabel Blngham Mary Louiae Funge HONORS IN THEIR RE SPECTIVE CLASSES Highest Stephan Blanche Cummins ValeUa Miller Ethel Pultan Kathleen Flnt Miller Gerund chmidt Pauline Lord Sarah Kin fide Laura Simpson Hilda Clark ucy Kinkade Emma Raffaeta Lucy Second honors Browning Vinlfred Vaughn Susie Clark Anna ullen Bertha Simpson Julia Raffa ta Virginia Crutcher Margaret Kln ade Mary Louise Funge Mabel Blng ajit Bertha Alge Grace Douglas The following are honorably men ioned but were not in school the re ulred time to receive certificates larmeu Salcldo Mary Rufe Inez Mc Irlff Josephine View Frances battle Hlppell Certificate and class honors not glv n below the first intermediate class HONORS IN FRENCH First honors Winifred Vaughn Blanche Cummins GERMAN First honorsrEUzabeth Stephani 3uste Clark Second Pullan Laura Simpson BOOKKRBPING First Clark Marie Miller Second Miller Pau Ine Lord Gertrude Schmidt DRAWING AND PAINTING First honors Clark Clara Fishback Second Kinkade Ber ha Simpson Winifred Vaughn Mary ouise Funge Honorably Hay ward Armstrong Margaret Glavin auline Barron Carmen Salcido Mary Rufe ORNAMENTAL NEEDLEWORK First Simpson Val etta Miller Winifred Vaughn Bertha Abele Mary Louise Funge Honorably Ger meshausen Irma Browning Anna Mul n Honorably mentioned in pyrography Fishback Eva Davis Bemmer ly Bertha Abele Pauline Barron Val letta Miller Winifred Vaughn Classification of music pupils pro motions and honorable mentions In re spective classes PIANO Advanced course first Willie Dingle Leonora Cummins Third class first Car roll Third class second etta Thomas Elizabeth Stephani Zora Browning Fourth classfirst Pullan Inez McGriff Fourth class second May Dexter Fifth class first Browning Zella Gibson Vinnie Bolli vant Cornelia Bruner Marie Miller Fifth class second Miller Claudia Abbe Winifred Vaughn Eva Swanger Sixth class first Sieber Lottie Howard Zleta Kinche oe Gertrude Schmidt G D Monroe B Colburn Hilda Clark Sixth class second Blngham Pauline Lord Hazel Ogden Sixth class third Hol llngsworth Carmen Salcldo Elsie Sle her Matelese Curtlss Seventh class first Everett Bertha Sieber Paul Leake Seventh class second rie Sieber Ynez Clifford Bertha Alge Mary Rufe Jesse Hopkins ORGAN Fifth Mullen Sixth Vaughn Lucy Kinkade VOCAL Second Dingle Third class first Schmidt Third class second D Monroe Fourth McNerney Fifth Lord Anna Mullen Sixth class Blanche Cummins Claudia Abbey GUITAR Third Germesbausen Susie Clark Fifth Marley Sixth DIngleMBuell MANDOLIN Advanced Minnie Ger meshausen Second Barron Fourth Merrltt Fifth Craig VIOLIN Sixth Snee BANJO Sixth Stephens HIS LAST HOPE REALIZED From the Sentinel Gebo Mont In the first opening of Oklahoma to set tiers In 1889 the editor of this pape wan among the many seekers after for tune who made the big race one fin day In April During his travelin about and afterwards his camping up on his claim he encountered much bad water which together with the heat gave him a very severe diarrhoea whichit seemed almost impossible to check and along In June the case be came BO bad he expected to die On day one of his neighbors brought him one small bottle i fol Ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeiy an a last bope A big dose was given him while he was rolling about on th ground In great agony and in a few the dose VM repeated Th good effect of the medicine was noticed and within an hour the pa Uent wu taking his flrst sound see for a fortnight That one little bottl worked a complete cure and h canno help but eel grateful tfhe seaao for bowel dtaorders being at hand auf geftt thla item For by J V Leltiold druggUt URELY PERSONAL Comings and Goings of Weil Known People R H Beamer was an arrival on the icon train Rev T J Boyd went to Yolo on the loon train 1 W Mosher returned from Marys vllle this morning Henry Marvin came over from Sac ramento this morning Rev J C Simmons left for Ander oc on the noon train I P Dlggs was an arrival this morn ng on the Willows train Mrs Julia Wood and son Qua went 0 San Francisco this morning Miss Ellen Saunders was an arrival from San Francisco last evening John Morris is up from Vacavllle on 1 visit for a few days with his brother A Morris P N Ashley and wife and S H Jrlgsby were southbound passengers his morning Mr and Mrs William Smith went to Sacramento this morning to meet two cousins of the latter who are expected to arrive from Monroe City Mo to day Julius Hachmann will leave Wed nesday for Bartlett springs where he expects to remain for several weeks Before returning from his vacation he will also visit San Francisco Mr and Mrs Tom Mack returned Monday evening from their honeymoon trip They had a delightful visit in San Francisco San Jose and other southern points For the present they lave engaged rooms in the Dlggs building on Main street ooial of Interest About ThOM Who Dwell in or Kear the City of Woodland A Big Honie Certain to Greet School for Scandal Everything Is In readiness for the iroduetlon of School for Scandal by tie high school class of 02 this even ag Every seat la the lower part of he opera houao has been engaged However an extra large number of hairs have been placed downstairs nd many of these still remained un old this morning A full dress rehearsal was held Mon a evening and those who witnessed he same declare that the young actors nd actresses are letter perfect The oors will be open at and the urtaln will rise promptly at 8 oclock he audience is earnestly requested to be seated by S oclock In order to avoid the usual annoyance of late omers The following is the cast of characters ilr Petor TeazleChester Ball Sir Oliver SurfaceGlenn Rhodes oseph Surface Allen Jharlcs Rasor JrabtreeAlbert Morrison ilr Benjamin Mackbite Sir Har ry BumperLester Rhodes lowley Wlllard Tyler ioses Belwood Hawkins rlp George Gray Careless Beryl Gregg nake Chester Hlddlesou Lady Teazle Daisy Campbell tfariaM Elizabeth Girrette tfrs Candour Frances Gwlnn ady Sneerwell Mollle McWIlliams A QUEER INTRUDER Does Housebreaking in an Unortho dox Fashion The residence of Oscar Whitehouse lust south of the College Street Sta jles was entered early this morning between the hours of 1 and 2 oclock by some individually evidently benl upon burglary The deed was done under such pecu liar circumstances however as to war rant an opinion that the wouldbe bm glar was either drunk or crazy He entered by the rear door which was unlocked passed through severa rooms and went out of the front door slamming the door after him with a bang sufficient to awaken all the in mates After slamming the door he peered Into the front bedroom window which was open from the bottom and said to Joe Whitehouse who was oc cupying that room Its rather cold Dont you think you had better clos your windows Joe who was only partially awake answered no and thinking it was his brother who was talking to him added What are you doing out there at this time of night The fellow replied Oh I heard a noise out here and thought I would come out and see what was the mat ter By this time Mr and Mr White house and Mrs Oriffln were on the scene but the man had fled Upon in vestigation it was found that in pass Ing through Mrs Grlffln8 bedroom h had taken her clothes which were hanging at the foot of her bed an placed them in a pile In the center o the parlor floor Nothing was missed though Mrs Griffin says that the man remained in the house for quite a period of time She was awakened by the barking o a dog as the man entered from th rear but was afraid to give the alarm FILTHY TEMPLES IN INDIA Sacred cows often defile India tern pies but worse yet Is a body that i polluted by constipation Dont per mlt It Cleanse your system with Dr Kings New Life Pills and avoid un told misery They give lively livers active bowels good digestion fine ap petite Only 25c st W H Lawson drug store THE CAPAY STAGS Will make daily trips between Wood land and Capay on and after May 1st arriving at Woodland at 10 a m an leaving at 3 p m ap22tf L A EDDY Prop CARPETS TAKEN TIP Cleaned and relaid tame day i desired J C SPAKKS ap7U Steam Carpet Cleaning Refrigerators freezers and water coolers at Lord Murrays Lawn mowers gcrden sprinklers at Lord M arrays an aplHf HarnoM robes tad dasten at Lord Marraya aplHf THE CUSS PUT DR LUCAS DEAD His Long Struggle with Disease Ended Monday ART NEEDLEWORK Mrs Hamrlck of Chicagowho was with Rosenberg Bros two years ago giving lessons in embroidery is in the city again for a few days at the Byrns Hotel with an entirely new line of work She invites the ladies to call at once and see her new Venetian work Free lessons given when ma terial is purchased it For a good shave haircut or sham poo go to Dlnzlers barber shop tf Mowers rakes and extras at Lord Murrays ap9tf Dr David Leroy Lucas long and brave struggle with disease Is over The Inevitable could not longer bo warded off and shortly after 3 oclock Monday afternoon death claimed the bright and worthy young man Ho dleil at his home near Woodland and ila body was brought to tho home of ils sister Mrs J J Stephens corner of Elm street and Lincoln avenue vhence the funeral will bo held Wed nesday morning at 10 oclock Rev J J Morgan officiating Dr Lucas was born In Dcov Lodge valley Montana June 4 1SGC Ho came with hla parents to Yolo county when about 4 years of age His edu cation was gained in the public schools of this county and Hesperian college His father tho lale J G Lucas who died about 3 years ago was one of tho lestknown and most honored men in this section A long residence here marriage connections and tho excel ent qualities of tho members of the amlly have resulted in gaining them rlends In almost every home In the Bounty In 1880 D L Lucas entered tho Col ege of Dentistry in Indianapolis and graduated from that Institution In 892 The young dentists professional Ife opened with fairest promise Ho practiced in Buttc county this state and with welldirected ambition and ntelllgence was making for himself a name In his chosen profession Then Pianos Pianos Pianos Now is the time to ky a piano Music lessons abso lutely free of charge For one month I will make a grand present to each purchaser ol a new piano I III I H I WILL GIVE to the purchos er ot every new piano until June 22d a free scholarship consisting of a term of twenty five 25 music lessons The lessons may bo taken of me or of any other regular teacher of piano residing in and teaching in Yolo Sutler or Solano coun ties The music lessons are ab solutely free of charge My prices are identical with the prices of tho House of Curtaz San Francisco the leading pl ano house of the Pacific Coast MUSIC TEACHERS call the attention of your friends to this liberal offer It means new pu pils to you and on presenting your hill to me for the lessons you receive the cash Visit my store and Inspect my instru ments I have the Chickerlng and other pianos I select my stock from the many superb In struments at the piano house of Benjamin Curtaz Son San 4h Franciscp and can give your patrons full value for their 4 money Remember this offer 4 expires June 2Zd Call or write 4 Immediately 4 Anyone sending me the 4 names of five 5 reliable peo 4 pie who are Intending to buy a 4 piano will receive a pretty H piece of music vocal or Instru H mental for their trouble Yours respectfully H J PROVOST H P offer expires June H 221 Act 4 IHMIII U I Mil 111IIIMI Provosts Music Store Corner Third Main Streets Woodland Headquarters for Checkering other pianos Sheet Music Small In strumenU of all kinds Strings Graph ophones and Je22dw The Funeral to Held from His Sitters Residence Wednesday at 10 Oclock tuberculosis fastened Its fangs upon him He was forced to cease prac ticing and some time was spent with his relatives In this county Residence in Arizona was then decided upon as a beneficial raovo and thither he went Tho change apparently bimeftted him nd he resumed practice while there The Improvement was of short dura Ion however and he returned to his ayhoocl home to wait the final call he knew could not bo long de ayed His sickness covered a period f about 4 years Dr Lucas was married to Miss Alta owlcr of Indianapolis February 8 800 A son and daughter were born o them George Tinder ami Ruth The predominant characteristic of r Lucas nature was his sunny tem perament Life meant much to him md ho know ho was rapidly losing its hold upon it but he was never lowncaat His disposition made alia exceedingly popular and his compan onahlp will ho sorely missed Those vho knew him can understand what his loss will bo to he family He wns a member Of the Christian church and also of the Woodmen of the World both of which organizations oso a loyal brother We Want You To Call and See our Beautiful Pianos a Wonderful Offer Until June 2Btii itlM IIIIII H II We will give to every pur chafer a free scholarship of twentyfive miiEln lessons the lessons may bo taken from any muaic teacher In Yolo Sutler Sacramento Bolano Glenn Butto or Log Angeles county Music teachers heres a chance for you to make money and also help the dealer out We all want wealth We all want business We all want reputation We represent the old relia ble firm of Sherman Clay Co ot San Francisco the leading Piano and Music house on the Pacific Coast who handle the Steinway Emerson A B Chase Richmond etc Have a large stock of Sheet Music too large and will offer until the end of June all Coon Songs at 20c suda fine line a lOc vocal and Instrumental Anyone giving me names from which I make a sale ol Piano will he presented with a fine graphophone and one doz Records Get a move on let us be partners lu business rustle up your friends and enemies and well sell em a Piano or Organ See our window for display of new Guitars Mandolins Vio lins etc Special this month Address WOOLLEYS MUSIC STORK Woodland ATTENTION NATIVE SONS1 All members are requested to attend he regular meeting of Woodland Par or No 30 tomorrow night as very mportant business Is to be transacted HENRY BUSH E D HAYWAUD President Secretary JenIt GEOROE GRIEVE DEAD George Grieve of Davlsvlllo refer ence to whose hopeless condition was made In the Democrat of last Satur day died that day HAPPY TIME IN OLD TOWN We felt very happy writes R N Seville Old Town Va when Buck ens Arnica Salvo wholly cured our laughter of a bad case of scald hcnd t delights fill who use It for cuta corns burns bruises bolls ulcers eruptlonn Infallible for piles Only 26c at W H Lawsons drug store For pure Jrcsh candles go to the Vriel Miss Agnes Brecn proprietor mrttt BRIEF CITY NEWS Events of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs Items of Vote or Lets Importance Picked Tip Here and There on the Wing Purses have been reduced In price at the Lclthold pharmacy See the new ad It Is reported that there is a big grainfield fire raging today between Dixon and Batavla James G Mast has placed a bridge across Cache creek near Esparto which will be of great convenience to those who are hauling grain For biliousness use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels effecting a quick and permanent cure For sale by J V Lelthold druggist KEEP OFF THE OILED ROAD The public is respectfully requested not to drive over the newlyoiled road extending east on Main street from the railroad track until It becomes thor oughly dry T J VAUGHN Jel2lf Supervisor SMITHS DANDRUFF POMADE Stops Itching scalp upon one applica tion three to six remove all dandrutt and will stop falling hair Price 60t at all druggists STOPS THE COUGH and works off the cold Laxafra Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cola in one day No cure no pay Price Sc Extras furnished for all harrestera at Lord Murrays ap9U at Lord Murrays Tents hammocks and camp stores Special Sale of Lawns J Commencing une i6th FOB THIS WEEK ONLY LAWNS FOULARDS INDIA MULLS DOTTED SWISS MERCERIZED SATEEN Regular Price 12 12 15 and 20 Cts Reduced to io 1212 15 Cents Our window display will interest you The White House Well Well How have you been Thanks we are verv bu y You might call us Tom Business Boomers for short We are nol a bit bashful are we and why should we be Last vwk we sold over 7 doz NAZARATH WAISTS Say do you know with a Nazarath Waiet you may dispense with the un dervest this warm weather and coolness PEOPLES TRADE PALACE Alert Retailors WOODLAND CAL June J3 1902 We are not surprised at the reconi of the past we it Grain is now as dry as tinder and burns as fiercely and julckly u thing could burn We hare adjusted and paid eight grain losses within past six days and undoubtedly then will be others Thla l for you and if you have not insured your crop Bar tuilk harvester eome In at and to Mi What our com paid bus claimants they fully and will do the Balfour ft GRAIN BUYERS AND   

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