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THE ROCK: ISLAND-ARGUS. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
ST. JOSEPH'S HAS
Interesting: Exercises of Week
Close With Program at
School Last Night.
MANY PUPILS TAKE PART
Appear la Recitals Tuesday, Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday
Addresses by Dean Qttinn.
Czerclses marking annual com
mencement week at St. Joseph's
parochial school ended with grad
uating exercises held last night In
the assembly room of the school
building, where there was gathered
a large audience of relatives and
friends. The program of commence
ment week was as follows:
Tuesday, June 13 Recital for
minims and Junior pupils.
Wednesday, June 14 Recital for
Thursday, June 15 Program giv
en by junior music class for patrons
and friends of the school and the
parents of the children.
Friday' evening. June 18 Gradu
ating exercises and musical program.
Hymn to the Sacred Heart.
"The Good Old Tunes."
"Marching Through Georgia."
"Frolic of the Frogs."
"The Herdsman's Hut."
"Ren Hur March."
"Dance of the Dew Drops."
"Shaldne; of the Hands."
"The Pixies" Drill, play time,
fl'-fcotUsche. Pixies' riding horse-
roles "The Little Lambs."
T-rrly Dew Drops," "Daisy,"
'rblirg of the Birds," "Sunset,"
''! c-srd March," Evening Devo-
; i .
!'i rj:!c Pansies.
K.t .V Ik'lls.
f) :.r. ITymii, "O Sacred Heart."
Ai'circss Very Rev. Dean J. J.
Pupils taking part: Daniel Cor
ken. James Corken, Harry Tonn,
Gcorse Henry, Charles Gallagher,
Fred Gallagher, Harold O'Hare, Leo
Marron. Charlie Marron. George Burt,
Ralph Walsh. Fred Scherrer, Wil
fed Norton. Edwin Norton, Kevin
Zlnn. William Sutherland. Norris
Do Letter. Stephen Houldeworth.
Clarence Fiber. Blanche Donavan.
Mary Srhaab. Mary Buggee, Marie
Glynn. Irene Kobp, Ivy Burt,
"Moonlight" Vocal duet.
"Till We Meet Again" Closing
Address to Graduates Very Rev.
Dean J. J. Quinn.
Pupil taking part: Marie Prick,
Katherine Kurth, Florence Winter.l
Lucia Scbaab, Mabel Broderlck, Anna
O'Brien, Ethel Johnson, Mary Swift,
Regina McCarthy, Rose Neufleld, Ma
rie Smith, Cyrilla Schaab, Teresa
Barth, Irene Keane, Alice Meehan,
Susan Meehan, Dorothy Doerolf, Ma
rie Gitt, Alice Tiele. Helen Tlele, Hen
rietta Engleman, Lillian Delsenrotb,
Marie Van Hecke, Marcella Riedy,
Ellen Daly, Josephine DieU, Ethel
Simmons, Henrietta Frlck, Florence
Blaidell. Charlotte Murray, Leona
Zeis, Helene McCartney, Francis
Rettlg, Helen Fischer, Margaret
Gelger, Ada Morrin, Margnrlte Fla
herty. Marie O'Brien. Edith Frick.
Irene Kail, Lillian Bamette, Naomi
Mansfield. Myrtle Dunne, Blanche
Catton, Maude Gruby, Rose Mans
field, Catherine Connell, Helen Cav
anaugh, Elizabeth Wirig, Marguerite
Hartnady, Elsie Harder, Harriet
LONG VIEW SUNDAY
Next Entertainment Will Begin at .3
in the Afternoon Bleuer's
Band to Play.
Tomorrow's concert by Bleuer's
band in Long View park will begin at
3 In the afternoon. The program:
March, "Pride of the Regiment"
Overture, "Poet and Peasant"
Intermezzo. "Sounds From Long Ago"
Sacred, "A Mighty Fortress Is Our
Waltz. "Loveland" (Holzmann).
March. "The Minute Man" (Win-
Selection, "The Army Chaplain" (Mil
locker). Characteristic. "Imperial Life"
Fantasia, "My Old Kentucky Home
March. "The Chaser" (Ruby).
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m lit. We Wish Every Young
At Y. M. C. A.
Fifty boys attended a combination
serial, entertainment ond business
meeting cf the B. G. M. at the Y.
C. A. last night. The entertainmeDC
part of the evening's program included
music and a talk on the Mammoth i
cave of Kentucky, with stereopticoc j
pictures. The old story of Dai i ts j
Orrc -nd his flying machine was also
Veralrc; .ta pictures to illustrate it. Ire:
Martin. Guydana Higglns, Katherine ere. -u furnished the closing feature of
Cox. Emma Glotzback, Florence j the program. In the business part
Lyona. Blanche Rank, Harriet; the session it was decided to chang.j
Hodges, Hole-" Letter, Thelma ( the plan of the Sunday afternoon met-;-
Scherrer, Eve' '" hart. Apnes Bo-1 ings. ilurlng the months of July an-1
den. Agnes t'oihiis, Nellie Stomhs, ! August, and instead of having the
Norma Ziun. Minnie Wleland. Al-iual program with a special speaker.
berta Smile. Jeannette Rank, Marie
Houldsworth, Marguerite Cook, Le
lie Simmons, Gertrude Johnson, Dor
othy Larson. Ruth Larson, Gertrude
Welch, Ruth Corcoran, Katherine
Sullivan. Dorothy Daly, Katherine
Fuller, Irene McLeod.
Ode to Saint Cecilia Chorus.
Pastimes Waltz, bolero, mazur
"With the Stream" Chorus.
Nature's Beauties. Blushing Roses,
Marrh of the Phantoms.
"Distant Chimes" Chorus.
to devote the meetings during thos'
months to the reading and study of
bible stories. The annual banquet,
which was to be held in June, was
postponed on account of the hot weath
er and other hindrances, and it will oc
held In September, to mark the open
ing of the new season.
Coffee is an irritant
To the nervous system.
It interferes with digestion,
And affects the kidneys
In a great many cases
Where it is not even suspected
If you value health
And a sound body
The wise thing to do
Would be to quit coffee and
Give Postum a fair trial
Say two weeks or longer.
"There's a Season."
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Tomorrow afternoon the regular
meeting of the B. G. M. will be h3ld
and the third talk in the series ou ll.e
choosing of a life work will be given,
this one being on the mercantile life,
given by C. R. Ringson of MeCabf e
store. The-meeting will be at 2:30, as
usual. The following Sunday Hon.
. Thomas Campbell is to speak on the
system and on his experiences in pub
lic life. This meeting, coming near
the Fourth of July, will be made ap
propriately patriotic in the music and
general arrangement of the program.
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It Is the plan to hold several enter !
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the boys during the summer, thus f-i2
fording them a chance to get together j
and retain their fellowship during the ;
vacation season. An event of especial !
interest is promised within a week or
Public notice is hereby given thai
a special meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Streckfus Steamboat Line
company will be held on the 17tb
day of June. A. D., 1911, at the
hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., at No. 39
State bank building in the city of
Rock Island, 111., for the purpose of
considering the following questions:
1. Changing the name of said cor
poration to Streckfus Steamboat
2. Increasing the number of di
rectors of said corporation from
three to five.
3. Electing two directors in case
the proposition to increase the num
ber of directors is adopted.
Board of Drectois
Phcne West 636, 2 rings
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THE ELECTRICIANS ELECT
Illinois Association Will Hold Next
Convention in Chicago.
Bloomlngton, III., June 17. Illi
nois electrical contractors in their
annual convention yesterday heard
addresses on technical subjects by
E. M. Kerns of Chicago and F. O.
Creager of Bloomlngton. Officers
were elected as follows:
President EL E. Gibson, Decatur.
Vice President Guy Carleton,
Secretary M. Bluementhal, Chi
cago. Treasurer J. N. Pierce, Chicago.
Jt was. voted to hold next year's
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Record Heat In Southwest.
Kansas City, . June 17. Many
heat records were shattered by the
sudden rise in temperature in the
southwest yesterday. New maximum
heat records for June were estab
lished at Muskogee and Oklahoma
City, the mercury touching 105 and
106 degrees, respectively. A high
temperature of 100 was registered
in Leavenworth, Kan., and Topeka.
Steamer Morning Star to
St. Paul Every Saturday at
3:15 p. m. Phone West 188.
COURT HITS AT MONOPOLY
Postal Telegraph Company Wins the
Bight oi Way Salt.
Los Angeles, Cal, June 17. In
tb dispute between the Postal Tele
graph company and the Western Un
ion Telegraph company regarding
the former's report to condemn a
right of way on the Xlnea of the
Southern Pacific railroad In Califor
nia, the Postal company has just
won a victory In the highest court
to which the case was taken. The
decision la effect discourages the
maintenance of a monopoly In the
telegraph as in other industries and
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