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TJBCE AKfciUri, T 31 DAY. MAY ST, 1901.
FISH EIGHTH GRADE
One Hundred and Fifty-One
Pupils Promoted to High
' Pass of K Iliccrankle " Walter ILMra-1 ffi rin mnTPTmP
fesjs1 s.t.' I u LLAU ruHwItHd
THE EXERCISES ABE HELD TODAY
Programs at Lincoln, Longfellow
You may be sure that they are
happy-and when the matrons of
every household that gets its goods
from SHIELDS CASH GRO
CERY sing the praises of the
fair price grocery selling, you may
be certain as well
One hundred and fifty-one boys and
,' girls were graduated today from the
eighth grade of the Cock Island pub
lic schools, each being furnished a
card of admission to tho'h'gh school, a
precious privilege, and one thtt many
of those so honored will undoubtedly
take advantage of. The exercises in
the three building in which the
There is Reason for it
The touch of fair prices has set the
heart throb of pleased customers in
action and the entire household
system has been given a tonic that
makes a healthy saving all along
the line. If you aren't satisfied
where you trade iry
Shields9 Cash Grocery
2532 Fifth Avenue
Minnie Stuhr; reading. "Tbe liattle
of Lookout Mountain1 Carrie Hansen;
trio, "Legend of the Bells; recitation.
At School Close," Mamie Sala; ad
dress. Rev. D. L. McNary; presenta
tion of certificates, L. C. Diugherty
and Mary E. Eatrikln; closing bong
t The gradnatos: Boys Julius Ap
jrclquist. Willie Joseph Broderick. Bn
1 juiin F: Biochllnger, Harry V. Cole
j man. Archie Beroum Eddy, Edward
! Elmer Engman. Edwin Faust. Law
rence Edward uitMIng. jonn n nan
fen, Walter Carl Heimbeck, Fred G.
Ittoer, George Arthur Cling, George
William Kroeger, Albert Rav McBride.
Paul II. Nicholas. Robert Nld. Carl
Angust Osterman, Carl Bcrnhardi
Schaffer, William Frederick Schmacht,
harles Solin, Lewis Grant Simpson,
George Stegrist. L90 Martin Sullivan,
Harry Daniel Yeager. Walter Zimmer
man. Girls - Ida My Albcry, Z:e W
Blecker. Annetle Ross-etta Charles,
Mauiie (i. Daxon. Hattie My Drake.
Kdith Elinor Kngstrom, Grace Isabel
Maj. Hawes to Head Division of
Big Parade at the St.
MEETING "WILL BE RECORD BREAKER
amended by parenTs and friends of j fwer- Cr"" U;?.Ia?J ""Alhh.a
. , J r. ., . .... . I Ueideraann. Ruby OUie Holmes. Ab.-
schools, a gratifying condition and
one that shows an interest in public
education that meant much for the
future success of the schools, afford
ing eusourageuie t to the manage
ment and the teachers. The exer
cises wore cariled out this mora'ug.
bczinnin. at 10 o'clock, iu the corn
dors of the building, which wore j son, Minnie L S'.uhr, Anna Sullivan,
trail Huber. Marv Barbara Ki'nb'e,
Helen Catkariue Krucger. Pauline
HenrJt-t a Maiwald. Msry Amiida Mc
Gee. Margaret B Roche, Ell 11 Marie
Ryan, Mamie M. Saia. Mabel Gene
vieve Sncren. Anna Henrietta
Schmacht, O ga Anna Schroedtr, Mil
lie Mararetta Sehnert. L'ien hinip-
Worth $13.50 to $15 00 only
If We Don't Give You Better Goods Than
Others Offer for More Money Don't
Purchase of Us.
neatly decorated wilb dowers, plants
and the national colors. The pro
grams and the names of the graduates
Mnry Piatt, Lou J. Philp and Mes-a
Waketield. teachers: Mtrch, Pearl
McKeuna; chorus, "Away to the
Woode;" word to the class. Supt H
B. Hayden; recitation, "Toe Baby iu
Church." Nettie Philbrook; vocal solo
Bessie Eberhart; recitation. "Little
Rocket's Christmas. " Geraldine Si
mons; piano and violin duet. Mabel
liruner and Florence Frie9tnt; recita
tion. 'A bermon Without a l..t,
Hettv Ferguson; chorutcs. Oh, L'pht
Beailug Star," -The LUy of the W
ley;" recitation. '-Instruction iu
Civics a Patriotic Duty." Arthur
Harms; piauo and vioiin trio, Gv.l
I'oatelwaite, Bertha Frick and Will
Manjuis; recitation, The Second
Trial," Mary Brennan; presentation of
certiorates, F. E. Eobbius; words of
welcome to high school. Principal .1.
F. Dirbv, chorus, "Star Spangled
The graduates: Boys Kred W. Ad
amson. James E Anderson. Victor (i.
Beck, Henry Howard Brojkuian, Kd
waid Brien, Maurice Willett Driggs,
Lynn C. Downing. Albert W. Ehieb.
Madara D. Fc.ler, Tbeudoie Paul
Eichclsdoerfer, Arthur Harms. Her
bert J. Jensen. Waiter Jens, Nicholas
M. Juhl. Edward Henry Krell. Walter
J Klockau. (Jcoige E. Long Otco J.
Lindcnstrutn. Fred Lirsou, August
G. Mueller. William B Marquis. Kay
S. Mooic, Georpe A. Mertz. Thorn
J. McGiny. Rat G Rcd. Hirland E
Uit h. Wiliam Thompson. Joseph Leu
Streckfus, Ravruond C. Saiuine". Le
Smith. Lotlw Wo d. George F 3 eck
ler, Milton J. Z1 turner. Girls Mbel
Ruth Bruner, Esther C Bergiirom.
Mary Lcy A Brennm, EiUF. C'ordca,
Nellie E. Collins. Mary J. Crsmpon,
Grace Florence Cary. E'izibeth C
Clark. Mry E Dickman Emma Diu
dingcr, Nellie Elizibsth Eal'.a. Ues
bio D. Eberhart. Mary E len Fisber
Florence Amelia Frieatjtt, B?rtb-
Frick, Hetty 11. Fergmon, Anna I
Terry, Myrtle Graham. E'len Blanche
Hudson, Mary Elizabeth Johaiton,
K?6ic Ia. Lobr, Florence IVarl Morri
son. Etella M Murriu. Hazel K
Moore. Elizibeth Agnes Meenau.
Pearl G. McKennan Sarah Elizabeth
Powell, Charlotte Elizabeth Patter
eon, Nettie E. Philbrook, Gail O Pos
tlewaite, Hattie F. Scbindlur Hulena
Clara Schriebcr, Geraldine Vera Si
mons, Elsie Schocker. Bessie A Sand
berg. Elizabeth Scars, Molly Stanley,
Julia Hurst Stafford, Cornelia Ry
Williams, Grace E. Wright.
Look fellow School
Ida W. Lundv. teacher: March.
EditL Grilliths; song. "Awav to the
Woods," class; prayer, Rev. E. HoIT
sten; music, Prof. Zleler's orcbestra;
recitation, "An Incident of the War,"
Ruth Tclleen; recitation, 'John's
Soliloquy," Ernest Pietcher; piano
duet. "The Golden Star Gallop,"
Lauretta Carstens and Anna Slailcr;
recitation, "The Ruling Passion,"
Jessie Archer; song, "Mother Goose
Medley," class; music. Prof. Zadler'a
orcbestra; recitation, "Toe Red Jack
et." Ellen Rosenkranz; piano solo
Edith GriCithj; recitation, "Bill, the
Engineer," Homer Hinkley; song,
"Anchored," class; recitatiou, "The
WhistliDg Regiment," Gertrude
Henkc; address to the class. Rev.
Hoffsten; violin solo, Nicoline Zedelr;
presentation of diplomas, Prof. H B
liayden, superintendent of schools;
song, "Song of Thankfulness." class.
The graduate-: Boys Alvin G
Anderson, John Bruiune, Hen Do
Pover, Wajno Grady, Homer HiDkley,
Earle Law bead, frank Edward
Maucker, Arthur G Nelson. Fred
Ncbelius, Ernest II Pietcher. Eirle
C. Taylor. OrvilleW. Voight. Girl
Jessie Archer, Sadie Ay res, Phebe
Brooks, Lillian Lola Cushmn, Laur
Edith Mie Tiffin, Mae Emma Wittick.
Mrs. H. B. Sudlow is in Pcorie.
Mrs. O. T. Nerf is visiting
Mrs. B. F. Knox was in Atkinson
O. S. Holt U home from Streitcr
for a few days.
F. W. Wynian left today to fpend a
few days in Chicago.
A J. Dbvoro, of Omaha, is veiling
with friends in tbe city.
William Medetkop, of PrinictOD,
III., is visiiiog frif i ds in the city.
Mr.-. Jacob Litiig has returned
from a isit to ft lend at &f-v. Li.
C. M. Withorell returned this morn
ing from a 2 weeks' tTip to Oklahoma
F.ed Hansen ha returned from a
3 weeks visit at Exelsi-jr Springs
Mrs. H. P. Ayrts and Mrs. Abt ie
Hunter, of Peoria. tpent iast night iu
Mrs Henry Kramor and Miss Lucy
Krnmcrare bick from a visit at Wur.n
Ms A. W. Hrunerand s in, of . b
An'.-le, tire visiting a- the rcii'tence
f hor titster. Mrs. J. II F' zlc..
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garner of Ot
luuiwa, low, are here far a tew dayr.'
visit with their daughter, Mrs. G- M.
Miss Mary Johnson, of St. Louis,
left fir her home this morning auer a
viit at the hattie of Wiilim Kale, of
Mind Margaret Batten, and little
sister Mi 'd red. of Jolin. vi.-itid yes
terday at the hoiuecf Mrs. Soptir. nica
Mis Odelia ElictHton left for her
homo la Genio this morning after
having been the gutrst of Mrn. G VV
Mrs T H Dolly and daughter
Kttr.tilue havtf rtumed from Ch;
oato. h-re thy hve bcea vis. ting
relatives two months.
Mr.. S. N Bai'd and daughter
have nrrived from Everest. Wash , to
j in Mr. B.ird here- They are domi
c.led in the Sturgeon lldte!
After a lingering itlnes f ro n ty-pboid-pneumonia,
rrtd llillkr. for
merly of this city, ha returned to
his home hoping the chango and rest
may benefit him.
Grant Hultberg, form rly editor of
rnti of tbe Aogustana publications, is
in tbe city from Dos Moices, where
h has b-gun the practice of la,
having recently graduated from
Mrs. T. H. B.lknap ard son Widie,
who have bten the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. II. Wey. b-ft for their home
in Chicago today. After a short stay
there they will proceed to vifit tbe
Next Monday Dre. C. C. Caricr, J
R. Ho'lowbu-h, J. P. Cotucjrys E. M. j
Sdla, G L. Eystcr and W. H "Ludewig j
leave for St Paul li attend the an
nual meeting of the American Medical
association Before returning Dr.
Hollowbush will attend the convention
of the National Association of Railway
Surgeons at Milwaukee.
A'l committees of the Tenth Con
gressional District Picnic association
are r esttu to meet at the il. w.
of A. building Friday, May 31, at 8
p m. Hearing report of linnnce com
mittee and general matters of pre
paration to be attended to.
Mii.laku T. St&vcss. President.
C. G. Pinkeuton-. Secretary.
It Svd 111 Lc.
P A. Danforth, of LaGrange. Ga,
re . - : .1. - ' . . t. 4-
Bulierou iur ci uiuutus trtiu a iiigub
Contest for 1903 Convention
be Exciting Feature-Rock
Island May Bid.
Advices from St. Paul and from
other bections of the society's juris
diction make it cortain that the na
tional Woodmen convention, conven
ing in St. Paul, Tuesday, June 11,
will, in point of attendance, break all
past records for M :dern Wocdinen
gatherings, if i; does not exceed iu
magnitude any past civic demonstra
tion hell within the borders of tbe
The Transcontinental Passenger as
sociation has made a one-fare rate, as
have also tho "Soo" and C , M & St.
P. lines, indepejid-ntly, in the West
ern Passenger association's tirritory.
This virtually inures a one-fare round
trip rate from all parts of tne United
States, with the exception of tbe Cen
tral association territory and the far
easttrn a..d N'.w Englai d states. Tne
Central association bas made a ooe
fare plus f2 rete, however, the same
rate as was offered by the Western
Pu8enger association and Southwest
ern association teforo ti-e M lwaui.ee
and "Soo" nuts maie the independent,
cut to one fate.
A Lively Coatmt.
The contest for tho 1903 convention
will be one of the exciting features of
the St. Paul meeting. Gratid Rapids,
Mich., Indianapolis Ind , Milwaukee
Wis., and To edo, Ooio, are leading
cacdi.late f r tbe honor and these are
already bombarding the St Paui con
vention dalegates with literature and
correspondence in teir interest?
Saratogt Springs. N. V., will have a
delegation ou the grounds. Other
cities mentioned n hsT'nc lightning
roJs are Oiutba, Nrb Derive1", Colo ,
and Los Angeles, Cil Rock Island
may alo euter tbe race.
Bisidts the rogU:ar sessions of tbe
delegates td tte conveutioa, which
aro of interest to Woodmen a oce. the
prof rain of the week includes drill
itonteats by the fores er tems and
Wood me :i bind contests for purses
a negating 3 i00 Tne crack drill
tennis of mo United Stales will take
;art in tbe eomjiet.tivo drills, and
over 75 b.i.us will ulso oe pre.-teut,
euch endeavoring to lure i.t lea-t one
id trie pri.es with their nwtctest
The 11 l'jrI.
In the grand pirade Thursday,
June i: Lieut Gov Northcolt, who
is tin h-:ad cnuul of the Woodmen,
-n.i M.ij. C. W. llajvcs, of R cfe lsl-
niid, the head c.t-rk will lead the
Woodmen tore?ter.s' divi-ion of ;,U0'J
uniformed men, whioh will have the
ight. Mj Gea. J N. Reece will be
in ccmui-ii.'l of this division. Capt.
iljorgo K. Holmes, of St. PhuI, will
be Hjo grand marshal having the
parage iu charge Not les than 40,
0U0 Woodmen will bo in line.
CASE BEFORE COURT.
The arguments in the peti'ion for
an injunction of Waber Johnson
against tbe R. I & P. road, involving
river front rights, were taken up in
the circuit court today.
Oscar Carlson, who early In the
-etk was declared not guilty on oih
indictm-u. for ibo larceny of c rn
from Brown it Cbrisusen's store in
Moline. caojo into court today and
plrttded guilty to another count
cbavgicg him with practically the
same tbin. He was linci 2d by
JcdgeGest. Other counts for burg
lary and larceny were dismissed on
motion of Slate's Attorney Weld.
ONE HUNDRED MEN ARE
LAID OFF BY MOLINE FIRM
Ons hundred men were laid off today
by Williams, White & Co., of Moline,
tao company being unable to operate
its foundry and other departments on
account of the machinists' 6trike.
The company employed 50 machin
ists. These left their places two
we-ks ago, since which time the linn
has been greatly hindered in turning
out work Several propositions for
settlement have been made to the
machinists, but ihcy have all been re
jected. Williams, White & Co. say
they may be compelled to cancel
orders and shut down their shops
unless tho machinists1 ft' ike is set
Turtle soup and cilfish lunch at the
St Julian, corner of Seventh avenue
and Seventeenth street, Saturday
Joe Farker will have his formal
opening tomorrow evening aud will
9&re a Iuocq at oecona avenue.
ff ... fL-A will hovA hia fnrmal
,tta L. Carstens. EJith fckj Griffiths, ful renning sore on his leg; but writes r , r lomorrow evening and will
Gertrude C Uenke. Nellie J Olson. t that Bucklen's Arnica Slve wholly a:rva iia0 iua.h ia connection with
EllehTsenkraoz. Isabel hobb. Anna i cured it in live days. Iror ulcers. , intT at ?81y Second avenue.
Stader, Lois Helen Stul z Ruth Tel- wounds, piles, it is the best salve in . fcU"
lecn. the world. Cure guaranteed. Only
I or. , C.1,1 .ITIUtniccr '
B1-'U,&. .lilt i j vu i u i it
L. C. Daugherty an 1 Mary E E i-
trikin. teachers: Cti rns, "The New
I' Star Spangled Banner;" prater. Rev. j
D. L. McNary; recitation, "Paul Re-j
vere's Ride." Lewis Simpson; recita-l
tion, "Tbe Swin Soi g rf Preon
I Avery." Zoe Blecker; chorus, "O,
Light Bearing Star;'' reading, -The
25 cents. Sld by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
My heart and hand another claimed, fner wants to know everything and
His plea bad come too late. the latter think he knows everythlmj.
It's ever thus with people without Ci"cago :sews-
pluck and vim, -
Take . Rocky Mountain Tea, don't T a. woman In love little things
get left again. . Beem bi, and to a man in love big
T. II. Thomas' pharmacy. things eeem little. St. Loula Star.fj
Davenport Furniture and
125-127 West Third Street, Davenport.
Are You One
Of the many satisfied customers that trade at this Btore? If
not you're doing yourself and parse both an injustice Your
self first, because no other 'fetoro in this city offers you the
stock to pick from in new and dependable merchandise.
Second, your parse, because no sLtto offers you as good
qualities for the price. Our values are always tho very
best to ba had Try trading here and let us know at any
time if it's in any way unsatisfactory.
One Lot for We Have Just
one Week Dozen Man,eIs Left
All Wool Extr Super WJLL gELL AT
Ingrain Carpets, Reg
ular 65c quality for COST. HERE'S
S iOR EARLY
E CAN TELL YOU "WHAT MEN OF FASHION WILL WEAR"
THIS SPillXG AND SUMMER. aSK US.
If Ifou Are Ambitious .
To be classed among the best dressed
men in ihis city, don't be disheartened
at the apparent expense. Look out for
clothing ready to put on at once that
bears the Stcin-Bloch Co. labI and you
will see how easy it is to
W ar SweSl CJotMngf at 8maH Cost
Lots of men have gained the reputation
of being expensive dressers when they
are really wearing the Stein-Bloch
clothes, and saving money at the same
wts $15 to 525.
SOPvlMERS & LAVELLE.
1S04 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
207 West Second Street, Davenport.
A CRITICAL MAN
I cacting as to his. attire
Its material, cit, pattern,
lit and finish. We beg to
advise that we cater to the
man critical as to his tailor
ing. Certain of gratifying
his taste for things sartorial,
his praise will redound to
our credit. Wo take equal
paius with all and will suit
you, not cbuating the trou
ble of successive "try ons"
DORN, THE TAILOR.
1S12 Second Avenue.
New Trimmed Hats
For Summer Wear
WTe are showing aii exceptionally fine collection of new
designs appropriate for wear with sunuicr costumes at very
moderate prices. They are all beautifully trimmed and show
the newest combinations in summer colorings and materials.
There will be an especially nice assortment of hats suitable for
young misses, among them leghorns turned up in every con
, ' ceivable manner.
Brandenburg Millinery Store.
Corner Twentieth, street and Fourth Areiue- Bock Islancl, H!. Telephone 1237