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lawn sprinklers will help to
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it a joy forever.
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Rock Island. III.
LAW IS GIVEN US.
Illinois Woodman Legislation
RELIEF XEA8U&E 13 EXACTED.
The following ia the substance of
a f pecial telegram tkat oarae to Tbb
Aaocs from Representative MoEniry
Woodmen bill passed the senate
with the emergency clause. It will
do in ue bands of the governor and
be signed today."
The legislation thus provided bv
the Illinois general aaeembly comes
aa a relief to the Modern Woodmen
in the removal of all technical obsta
olea to the removal of the head office
from Fnlton to this city; and en
ables the head camp at Dubuque to
take aneb action aa will insnre the
speedy oarrying out of the will of
the order. The enactment is broad
in ita character and gives the sanc
tion of the law to all that the order
haa done heretofore in or ont of the
atate and all that it may do hereaf
ter in faot, it is of snch
scope that the necessity of
the head camp acting at Dubuque ia
donbted by aome. However, Rock
Island will go before the head camp
and aak for the indorsement, whiob
it is believed, will be freely given for
the third time. The legislature has
in fact oovered every phase of the
proceedinga pointed ont by the au
preme court as faulty, and has made
the way as plain aa possible for the
order getting away from Fnlton.
That Fnlton realized the doom to ita
hopea that anch a procedure meant
waa shown in the desperate manner
in whiob it fought the measure, but
with anch representativea aa Mo.
Eniry ia the house and Northcott
and Fisher at the head of th senate,
the law could not faiL The law that
was wanting haa been given . the
Woodmen. Now to the head camp
once more. "
Ex-Mayor B. F. Knox reached home
laat evening from Dubuqae, where
he arranged vesterdav for tha accom
modation of those who will go to the
neaa camp next Monday from this
It is learned that the Nebraska
delegation will come by way of Rack
Island over the O. nnit Mnnd.v
morning, and will probably be joined
ucio oj iue jsock istana allegation.
YOUNG WIFE GOES HOME
Bars Her Bosbaad Abekas Her ul Vf Ul
not aapport Her.
Mrs. Gertie Goodrich, aged 19, was
a passenger on the morning R. I. &
r. passenger, bhe is returning to
ner nome at Wyoming 111. foor-
master Ladders provided hat with
trsnsportation to Cambridge and the
autnorities 01 tne latter place will be
asked to aend her on to Wyoming.
mrs. uooarica says ner husband
has denied her support, abused her
and made life so miserable for her
that ahe was compelled to seek pro-
wcugu unaer me parental root,
financial Trooblae la Iowa Dlaoaaa.
The diocesan convention nf tha
Episcopal church of Iowa adjourned
its session at Davenport yesterday
uwruuoa. x ne a ae&uon ei tna an.
pointment of a coadjutor biBhep of
the diocese resolved itself into a
financial problem, Bishop Parry
agreeing to a reduction of ti.ono in
hia salary to aupport the coadjutor
11 anatner ei.uuu were provided an
nually by perpetual endowment, and
$2,300 were levied noon tha nariahna
by irrevocable assessment for the
support ana railway expenses 01 the
uuaujuior. a committee, neaaeo dj
Dr. C. A. Schaeffer. of lows. Citv
preaident of the atate university, will
aw.cwfjk tu tcuuio tne enaowment.
Charges were made by the Rev. 8. R.
J. lioTt. archdeacon, tn tha nffiw.t
that the trustees of Griswold college
at uavonport bad been criminally
negligent in mismanaging the funds
of that institution. The matter was
referred to a committee of invest!
ration. Rrimrnhl enllpcrn waa form.
erly one of the thriving parochial
avouoia 01 toe diocese,-- oat 01 late
years haa been closed, and litigation
is now nendirc in tha New York
courts with a view to diverting the
enaowment innas to otner channels.
Daearattoa Day Eseantoa to Peoria.
Saturday. Mav 29. the Rock Island
& Peoria railway will rnn a special
cneap excursion to reoria and re
turn, leaving Rock Island C . R. I. &
P. depot at 8 a. m., R. I. & P. Twen
tieth street depot at 8:05 a. m., ar
riving in Peoria at 11 a. m. Return
ing, leave Peoria at 7:25 p. m. and
arrive in Rock Island at 10:20 p. m
Rate for the ronnd trip SI 50. Take
advantage of this opportunity for a
delightful day of recreation. See
reoria in tne bustle 01 every any
business. ' As this excursion ia rnn
for the purpose of viewing the park
and boulevard system of Peeria. ape.
cial features will be provided for the
benefit of excursionists. Bicyclista
please note that Peoria has miles of
paved streets and boulevards. Bi
cycles carried free ia baggage car.
General Ticket Agent.
Foley's Colic Cure ia very hot, but
when diluted it is a warm friend in
deed to thaae suffering from bowel
complaint. It never faila. 35 sad
50 cent, gold by U. V. Bahnaea
and T. U. Thomas, droggnU.
w taw q HWi lleawlw Today
Bow Only Bcqalres Actloa M Debaa.ee
Babtaaka Ceaala alar.
THE COLLEGE FESTIVITIES.
Clanles; roacaraa of Aegaataaa'a On-
Last evening the grand annual
concert of tha Anirnatana conserva
tory of mnsio at tha college doted
the festivities of eommeneement
week. Tha program included selec
tions from. HandePa oratoria.
"Joshua." orchestral and choral
music, soloa by Mrs. Eila Lund, and
one by Oscar Nelson; Swedish chor
uses, a Polish patriotic aon; by Mist
Marie Dahl; aalectiona from Mendlea
sohn's oratoria, "St. Paul." on or
gan, and ineladed a grand organ
overture by Miss Geat; the aria, Je
rusalem" bv Mrs. Lund, a cavatina
by O. F. Erioaon, tenor, and
three grand choruses.
The normal atudents of the insti
tution bad a banquet at the Harper
laat night and formed an alnmni.
mere waa an address of welcome bv
H. E. Johuson, "92, with response by
u. Johnson, '97, and a declamation
on Classmates" by Clara M. John.
son, 4. Miss Emma Dalander, 2.
responded to tha toast Sannv Side
of Teaching." and Miss E. Stetter-
dahl, 5, to "Snap Shots." There
were remarka by Prof. V O. Peter,
son and Dr. - E. V. Bartholomew.
Ofiioera were elected aa follow:
President Orlando T. Peterson.
Vice Pre dents Miss H. E. John.
son. Miss H Johnaon.
Secretary Miss Anna Gran.
Treasurer Eug-ne Tallen.
At S o'clock yesterday afternoon
occurred the seminary commence
ment, the opening number of which
was a selection by the band. Thia
was followed by the singing of a
Swedish hymn, after which Rev. C.
A. Evald, pastor of the Imannel
chnrch, of Chicago, read the scrip
tures ana offered prayer.- The
chapel ehoir then ea'g a song, after
wnion ttev. a. r. A. Lindahl. D. D..
editor of Augnatann. Rook Island, de
livered an able address on tbe sub
ject, "Daastrid som stnndar." Thia
was followed by a song by tha Men
delssohn Male choir, after which
Bev. A. P. Fore. A. M.. of Geneseo.
aeuverea an address on tha subject.
"xuu amuirr o. loaay." - mext
came a solo and ohorns by Mrs. Edla
jLinna ana tne - cnapel choir, after
which the president of the institu
tion awarded tha diplomas to the
candidates for the ministry, who will
be ordained here at the meetirg of
the synod in the early part of next
month. The congregation then sang
abide With Us, Our Savior, Nor
Let Thy Mercy Cease." The pro
nouncing nf tha benediction eon.
eluded the very . successful com
mencement exercises for the day.
The seminary class included: A
i . Aimer. M. Th. Andren. A. M. Bo-
nan der. J. P. Borg, C. A. Carlson, H.
8. emigres, G. A. Ekman. F. A,
Engstrand, E. Stenholm.J. A. En?
wall, G- Erikson, C. B. Frisk, A. E
Jehnson, S. L Wilson, A. W. Kiell-
a. a a . "
irncu, a. usiroro, u. ustrom. c.
Solomonson. J. E. Carlson, C. A,
Engstrand, J. W. Lundgren, H. P.
READY FOR ROAD RACE.
Big Croat Pronttaad for Book Ialaoa 8a t-
The road race, held nnder the au
spices of the Y. M C. A. A'liletic as
sociation. Comes off Saturday. John
Hvnes. nununir nf thn affi..p ha.
appuiuMia tne loiiowmg omciais who
will have charge of the race:
Timers. W. H. Hyde, J. Ramser. F.
Woltmsaa; judges. Dr. McCandless.
Ulen Welch. Prof, afalsey ; starter,
L C. Hampson; clerk of course. Wil
liam Smith; checkers, Harrv Sohrei
ner. Archie Corken, John Weiss.
Following are the entriea np to
date: Arthur Jens, South Rock Isl
and; George Knox, Rock Island; A.
Petersen. Clinton; G, S Ashton,
Lyons. Iowa; Walter Hodgdon, Rock
Island: L. FL Rrnnkmn Pat1
City. Iowa; E. C. Faraquhar, Rock
iBi.no; Mcuoy Davenport, Clinton;
W. E. Pollock, Davenport; L. Straver,
South Rock Island; Sherwood, Rock
Island. Entries are coming in by
everv mail, and bv th tim Die-
close tomorrow evening there will be
.... OR -. . i - . . .
aw rw(o, maaing the iarget
list of riders ever entered in a race
in Rock Island. The follow
ing is a list of tha prizes
and who they are donated by:
Pair of tirea, Morgan 4 Wright;
pair of tires. Chase Tire company;
Twentieth Century lamp, C. A. Spen
cer; pneumatic saddle, M. H- Wil
cher; striking bag. Walter Hynes;
box of candy, McNevin & Gsnstrt;
silk umbrella, fcommers a La Voile;
sweater, the London; cyclometer, H.
Cordes; water aet, J. B. Eekhart;
pair patent leather bicycle shoes, C
E. Adams; pair of puncture proof
strips, W.J.Kerr; gold medal for
time, J. Ramser. The race starts at
3 o'clock 8aturday from the corner
of Eighteenth street and Fourth ave
nue. W. H. Hyde will do the handi
capping, and . it promises to be the
greatest road race ever held in this
. oatMhtti to Kaow.
It may be worth something to
know that the very best medicine for
restoring the tired out nervous sys
tem to a neaitny vigor is Electric
Bitters. Thia medicine is purely
vegetable, act by giving tone to tha
nerve centera in the stomach, gently
stimulates tbe Liver and Kidneys,
and aids these organs in throwing off
impurities in the blood. Electric
Bitten improvea the appetite, aids
digestion, and is pronounced by
those who have tried tt aa the very
best blood purifier end nerve tenia.
Try it. Sold for 50 cents or $1 per
bottle at Hartx & Ullemeyer'e drug
; TBBABOuidayam mwmi eyta
iBg at you door at lOe a waa.
HER JEWELS FOUND
Ash Pile Gives Up Mr. Har-
DISAPPEARED FOUR TEAXS A00.
Btl so Clew to Taaat at
Ti atari ay. Who a Btrod
Tboaa l ta aooth Koak
Mrs. Stnart Harper's dlamoada.
which disappeared fonryeara ago,
hava been found. Mr. and Mr a.
Harper are preparing to occupy their
summer home in South Rock Island.
They have had a man cleaning tha
yard. He wee removing a ptie of
ashes yesterday afternoon, when his
attention - was attracted by aome
bright atones. He pieked them id.
and thev proved to be Mrs. Harper'a
diamonds. All of the missing
(tones bnt one were found in the ab
pile. ; .
The d amonds oisappeared from
Mr. and Mrs. Harper'a home ia South
Rock Island. Who was responsible far
their loss, could never be estab
A reward of f 1.0C0 was finally of
fered for their return, bnt bo re
sponse ever eeme.
TBB VBTI TBStPLB.
May 22. Karen J. Johnaon, gnar-
dian, to Frank W. Johnaon, part lot
16, Sweeney Jackson's add.. Mo
F. W. Johnson to Karen J. John
son, let 36. Sweeney et Jackson's
add., Molina, ft.
Heralio G. Nourse to Edwin G.
Nourae. s sw S3. 18, lw, 1500.
Martin V. 1 rick to Fred C. Daabel-
liehn, part lot 3. block 4, Andrew's
add.. Molina, 240.
Dora Daebelliehn to Fred Daebel
liehn, lota 8 and 9, block 1. Daebel
liehn'a add., Moline; part lot 3, block
4. Weat Molina, lot 6. Daebelliehn's
snb-dlv., 6. 17. lw, 1.
Henry Daebelliehn to Fred C. Dae
belliehn. lot 19. Daebelliehn's sub-
div., 6, 17. lw, 1.
Louis E. Lundqnist to August
H. Arp, part lot 7, Suess' sub-div.,
August H. Arp and Mattie H. Arp
to William H. Jackson, part assess
or's lot S, 99. 18. lw, $500.
May 24 United States to George
Rausch. e6 set 18. 16. 4w, $31.04.
Benjamin Vanata to Adam Routs,
lot 10, nw 6,16, 4w, $150.
25 John Cl-rke to James B.
Clarke, wj aw t 25. 16, 2 w, tract by
metes and bounds, se corner 26, 16,
Only $24 to Kan Francisco via the
Hock Island route. June 23 to July
3 inclusive. S'op over privileges en
route. Return trip, aame rate, good
until Aug. 15. Four through fast
trains daily via this route. Join the
tri-city T. P. S. C. E. excursion
June 29. See A. Tredick, corner
Fifth and Brady, Davenport, for res
ervation in special sleepers. For f ul.
particulars call at C, R. I. A P.
ticket office, or address John Sebas
tian, U. P. A., Chicago, or L. M.
Allen, G A. P. D., Davenport. ,
Creaaatloa la England.
The report of the council of the Cre
mation Society of England for 1800
shows that 137 cremations were carried
out at Woking during the year as com
pared with 150 in 1895. The decrease
is not important, as the figures for 1896
still show a material advance on any
previous year, 1895 excepted. Tbe fol
lowing table of the cremations at Wok
ing from tbe commencement of opera
tions will show the growing popularity
of tbe disposal of bodies by incineration:
13 1890 1801 IS03 1HS3 19n M iff
S M W 1C4 101 ta 150 187
It has to be remembered that three
crematories are now open in England
andwcotland berides that belonging to
the society at St John's, near Woking
namely, at Manchester, where 62 cre
mations took place daring 1896; at
Glasgow, where there. were 11 crema
tions, and at Liverpool, where 3 crema
tions have been performed. 'Westmin
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vigor, take No-To-Bao. the wonder
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One of tbe British Medical associa
tion delegates contends that non .wn.
should be examined by a veterinary eur
1 1 - . .
geuu ana margea ueiore being admitted
to the dairy and its milk sold.
It appears from the testimony of Ger
vaa, the monk of Canterbury, whofloaz.
isbed about tbe year 1300, that organs
were Introduced more than 100 years
before this time.
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