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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, THUUSDAY. MAY 30. 1012.
BY THE BUFFALO
TWENTY-FOUR RECEIVE DIPLOMAS TODAY
FROM COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF AUGUST AN A
COMMENCING FRIDAY, MAY 31
Sixty Trimmed Hats
at Half Price
Buffalo Prarie. prom'se? to become
the nv rropn'.is of the lower end of the
county. There has been something
of a boorr. then- lately and U prom
ises io c.jV:n :e. T"?-'ay evening at
the town 1 all a meeting a held at
h!r.h a pr:. re baiiK was organized.
SfX to the value of Jl'-.'" ha.- been
subscribe.'., a'ri'.ost entirely bv re.-i-rto:.'!-
of (!.( tr.wriiiip. A bull Jinsr will
be crw u-i, ai.i ir. 'he mcan'irne 'era
j.orarv ry.n r- v ill c';:-cd and the
S n ! t ; t : t i r i " i!! o;eri for buhinp's about
tie tirit uf .Inc.. Hopes of the clt!
xns for an ii.te rurban Lave been re
vived bv the promise ct the Walsh
lroher " -xei,d the Alido stub line
into new territory. It is believed that
the n-.iul wi.l he J uilt into Hi iTlo
I'mirie, j.rovlde.l the ci'ieii give the
erfrpr ih- proper encouragement,
Lnd thin they are disposed to do. Huf
falo I'rairi.' township io one of the best
famine communities in the fate and j
'he land is held ai.d farmed almost J
ntirely by Ar-nc ndantg of the original j
nettl-rw. a condition mot unusual in '
t h i urt of the country.
T ii&W it f & -
".I- N k 4 : .....
HOM. C. J. SEARLE'S SPEECH
DELIVERED THIS MORNING
"The Man and the Period" was the
lnubjeciof l)r. Juniu? B. Reme ngnyder's
Jaddrehs to the rad'iates of the college
; department of Air-us'ana this moru
iiifc. It was a s' ho'.arly effort and one
that will b- remembered for a long
time Af'er Ct f cribi;ir the make-up
' of the universal iran, the s-peaker save
-".tin-ielfr..m -V;, Five., , ,hp r(.qllislte!j for a man of this period,
nnd I nothing; it romes throuph the't-Hin tbat in tn:s iierioil of unrest,
pelf sarrifi. .. of those who have Kone rf" ll for -'!(J- im.trressivism, and
. , .. ., , when evu-yihuv uust he practical, the
before, tlie small and fast decreasing . ,
man for such an ne m.:st be no sitii-
r. mnai.t we have v. :!h ub toaay and iing, but tntit be masterful autl stroi.k:
their (imparted comrade who jwace- that in- must be s mpatlietic ; that he
fnly lie in the innumerable resting must be indeper.d. nt, original and con-
plarcs of tin- dead. We can best show ervative and finally, abovp all things,
cur appreciation of what they did for must be a Christian. Rev. .Mr. Remen-
i:s. by dedicating ourselves more snydr Is president of the general
firmly to the performance of our duty pvnod. one of the lame Lutheran
as citizens. We are not called on, and bodies in the Tnitt d S;us. and has
iod prant that we may never be. to as0 chaij.-e of o:ie of the most i:u-
:o forth to battle as they did; to pass portant Lutheran ch :rches in New
the lonely viftll, U, undergo the fa- York City. lomas .vere awarded to
tiKue, privation and hunger and suf- .., s;rafiua,ej fIon, the colle-e denar:-
ferincs, the woes of hospital lifo, the
terrors of prison life, or the rii.vase
find wounds a.nd deaths they did. Hut
from their deeds we should Ret fresh
inspiration to do our uty, whatever
It may be.
' They preserved to us Just :overn
nient to he modeled by tis as will be
most conducive to our welfare.
ment and the M. A. decree awarded
to mx, by F'rcsiaeiH C. A. A:idreen.
"Know Thyself," which he presented t ly style. Remarks were also made by
in u scholarly manner. Following is
a list of graduates:
Bachelor of Arts Agnes Winifred
Abrahamson, Carl Gusiaf Anderson,
Carl Emanuel Backman, Sigfrid Lu
ther Blomgren. Gustaf Hjalmar Bloni
pren, Mnry Pauline Crissman, Mar
tha Olivia Foss, Olof Bernhard Han
r.rm, Edward August Kallstrom, Os
sian lcnard Karlstrom, Victor Jo
hannes Lind, Robert Wiihelm Liti
den, Xela Oscar Montan. Arviii Einii
Nelson, Albin Oscar Olaon, liarul'1
Allen Speidel, Ernest Arthur Sunil-
Rev. A. W. Edwins of China and Dr. S.
G. Youngert of the seminary, who is
soon to leave for his new charee at
Hartford, Conn. Dr. C. E. Lindberg
presided. Music was furnished by the
Wennerberg chorus, and a violin quar
tet composed of Helene Forsbers, Wil
l's Weld, Iljilmar Fryxell and Charles
Following the addresses and the mu
sic J. A. Landin nave the valedictory.
He was chosen to be the ranking mem
ber in his class a short time aso. The
tjeorge Nathaniel Anderson, John
$7.00 Hats for $2.50
VOGUE HAT SHOP
1704 SECOND AVENUE
Rock Island yesterday, and the further !
fact that among those w ho accompan- i
ied bim on his hurried tcur through
the business section were repre-;
sentatives of both parties, is said
to have caused Fred Rinck of Rock Is- 1
land and Springfield, who issued the j
invitations to Judge Grier's reception ,
at the New Harper, to do a double .
here. Adolph Benjamin Swanson, i
Signe Dorothea Swcndson, Wiihelm ; Edwin Chester, Carl Nelson Clemens.
Arthur Swenson, David Wiihelm Vik-;Maitin Waldemar Gt'stafson, Matts
ner. Mary Drusilla Wilson. ! Waldemar Henrickson, Thure Abra-
Master of Arts. Nels Anton Nelson, ham Holmer. John August Johns. Jo
Erik Thor Waldemar Norberg. Emil ban A. S. Landin. Jinn Edor Larson.
Ferdinand Berercn. Marcus Skarsted'. ' Anton Under, Nels Lundgren, Ernst
At seminary commencement exer- ! Will;am Maunussou, F. Edward Olfon,
ciseg at Augustana last niht 10 were Cottfrid Olson. Claes Thunberg. Ivar
given the B. D. degree and eight hos- . Fredrik Witting.
pitants recommended for ordination, j Hospitants Eric Herman Carlson,
Rev. J. F. Seedoff of Rockford gave tho ; A. G. Fjellman, Mauritz B. Hr.nson, J.
After the presentation of diplomas principal address. His theme was "Th? t W. I.indbeck, F. Edward Olson, An
the valedictory v. as given by Her- I Pastor and His Duties to His Congre- drew C. Rylander. C. E. Sholandor,
bert W. Linden. His theme was gation." w hich he outlined in a master-1 Victor Sternherz.
HOLD IN MUSCATINE
Muscatine has something of an epi
demic of diphtheria. Yesterday after
ui'on the health authorities Quaran
tined 37 homes because of the disease,
all these cases, it is said, originating
from a single source of infection, the
physicians having neglected to report.
At High School
Galax, Boxwood and Magnolia.
Roses, Carnations and
4th Ave.- & 20th
A CONCERT PROGRAM
IS "Your Hat
In the Ring?"
Are you daily fight I ru? unrli ills
as I'oor A-ite, Sour Stom.
" Ii, lnlicti"n. 'Mivoiiess or
Miliaria'.' Just ltkr
for a few ilnys linil Hi victory
is yours. ' Try a bottle anal Me.
?reat advantage i overture
Kock Island Mannerchor
has artanged an at
concert program to lie
f.ivi ii this evening in Turner hall.
The program is as follows:
to the new conditions. From a ; tranifested by those we do honor to I M ft W W C D P LI H D TH PIUC
sparsely peopled country, we have today. j lriii N En U 41 U II IU UlVC
"Our material and industrial ad- grown to be a great nation of nearly: "We must strive to the end that our
vanccraent has been most marvelous; I i noMni.ooi.i p o: ic; thickly settled, people may attain the same spirit of
without precedent in the history of at least in parts, and with great ::r.d ma-ilinc -.s and independence that has
the world. I sometimes fear that It rapidly growing cities; from a race been so ( liara"'etistic of the American
i: hi rapid aK to outrun our capacity of people, each to a ;iea' extent a t- people; that the gnat benefits accru- tI a, tjv
( ad.'ust our government and its laws ing and living independently ot tiie inu from the new, coopera'ive forms
. . .. ; others, to a complex w hedo; from a of industry and minute divisions of
; nation of comparative poverty to a labor will arrue in cvpial measure to
nation of great wealth: from a na-: ajl, nid not to too
tion of individuals to n:t,hly cooper- ;f the f,.w. that fondiiions will l:e
ative forms of Foc.ety; to a form t Creat- J and maintained so, that pover-f-oeiety
where modern invention and ty and distress will be unknown in our
means of production tend to crc: land; that the burdens of government
clnsses amongst men and give great will not be carried by those least able
power for good or ill over tluir fel- to bear them; thru o.ir laws will he so
!ow8- m:.de and aiinunistered that equality
"It is for us to actept the laws and of all men before tlv? law will be a re
institutions heretofore so well alapt- -nitty and tot a myth; that oi r indus
ed to the more simple conditions of tual. social and legal conditions will
cur forefathers to the- new conditions be so jiiFt a'ld equitable that our pov
that have arisen and are rapidly aris- ernmrnt will merit and receive
ing in our midst. : to lend our-.the respectful homage and arouse
selves to the great tr.sk before us in the patriotism of all the people; that
the same spirit of detct min ition and the door of opportunity will be kept
loyalty, and devotion to the cause wide pen to all men. In thort, that
ccndit.otis will be maintain' 1 in our
The members of the G. A. R., the
Spanish War Veterans, Woman's Re
lief corps and Company A are cor
dially invited to attend the Memorial
day exercises at the high school to
morrow afternoon at l:;in o'clock. The .
program for the occasion: that such funds be returned to his'turns on money invested in his en-
Orchestra War Songs of the Boys v: tints. terprise. It is alleged that he got
ir Hlue- i 1 :., tion lire from Cardinal Del Vat.
Reading, "Memories of the War" I R. H. Davis Sued.
Helen Pollard. Chicago. May 30 Richard Hard- ' " 1 - -
Forever j ing Davis, author, playwright and war;
correspondent, was sued for divorce
Oration Harold Peterson. j in the superior court by Mrs. Cecilia'
Octette, "Thev Died Fighting." I Davis, who alleges desertion. Mrs.
Song, "America." i Davis, a daughter of J. M. Clark of
The octette, which has been prac-1 Chicago, was married to Mr. Davis'
tieing daily for the past week, is com-: April 4, 1809, at Marion, Mass.. after.
, posed of Irving Wright, John Kittil- a courtship under romantic circum
.Selection ',t:en- Arno Tremann, Dale Newland, ! stances. She recently arrived here
im vtspif I
land that will continue to develop a
good, happy, prosperous and enlighten
ed people the true aim of all just
gov i nment.
"If we. each, in our own particular
sphere in life, do our part, the gn at
sacrifices made by the men and women
j of til to '("!" will not have been made
'in vain, but this land will remain as it
'ever has been, 'the land of the free
and the home of the brave.'"
Soilemaniis Lied Giebel.
Rock Island Mannetehor.
a. O schone Zeit
b. A Dre im
Miss N. Fuller.
Ac . ompanif ;l by Mi.-a A. Grigor.
Wc ;:i: eh r Seine vca den Alpcn Nei.l-e-tau:
Sa. Joseph'? Singing soc iety, Davenport.
Solo William Ehmke.
Hfitnk l:r ...Kock Island Mannerchor.
Duet. Zither and Violin Albert Fahr-
ner and Ernest Otto.
Auf, der Vol ;ei Iruhling naht
Foward Sincing society.
Q'j::rf !- Joseph Htiber, Lo';is Scholze,
Emil Jucnbgeti and otto Pitting.
iruss- an die Heimat I'nited Singers.
G!"n Reid, Raymond Walker,
Behnaman and LePoy Klove.
Harry - prepared to bring the suit.
The Morning Star tool
Hursion to Muscatine this afternoon at
2: !."). A large crowd was on board.
The Grandpa took a pleasure party
down the river this morning.
Thursday night, June the Rock
Island high school students will take
the "V. W." for a moonlight excursion,
and on the next night a similar trip
will bp made by the American theatre
New York The Interborough As
sociation of Women Teachers is to
present to Miss Grace C. Strachan, its
president, a gift of money, which will
probably amount to $75,000. 'Mrs.
out an ex- Strachan led the light for the law..
40 Acres 1,AHD
land in this county.
Will take an automobile up
The timber on this land will
pay for it.
Call Jame3 G. Britton
that gives women teachers the same
pay as men teachers, and 12,000 wo- h'
men teacners will donate to toe tuuel
l Shot by Intruder.
A gc od many republicans, as well
as the d'-mociats. see the justice of
1 - . I
: ioi juuge ueoige A. LUOhC, :
Oscjnr Schmidt is in New York on
-Major and Mrs. C. W. Hawes de
parted last night tor Clearfield, S. D.,
for a visit of several weeks at the
home of their son.
Rome Charged v. lth swindling ,
leading members of the Roman no-,
bility. Cardinal Merry Del Val and
high members of the papal household. 1
Count Orsi was arrested Wednesday.
It was alleged that he represented
himself as a partner of John D.
Rockefeller and promised great re-
Get the Original and Genuine
j Freeporf. May SO Awakened in thejJi ne 3. By returning him to tho su-j I Ah I btcKS LUN I KUL Ur
night by a strange noise, John Eberle, ! pre mi- bench they will send an e'xper- I
; who recently moved to the city from ienccd servant back to Springfield,!
!the east, was met in the hall of his and hilt, k en the sunreme court more ! Washington, May 30. With the
home by a stranger, with the demand, ! evenly balanced.
n i i n
larging for the
Buy your films of us and save
Robert L Hunter
1506 2d Ave.
Don't compare KITCHEN KLENZER
with the OTHER 5c kind. It ia in the
10c da. la work it U guaranteed th
ame. In price it's twice aa good.
Look for the Name "Kitchen
Klenzer" oa Every Can
"Are you the boss of the house "
On replying that he was, Eberle was
fired upon by the intruder and wound
ed in the breast. The injured man is
in a hospital here, in a serious con
dition. The stranner escaped and the
police have no clue to his identity.
A touch of rheumatism, or a twinge
; of neuralgia, whatever the trouble is,
I Chamberlain's Liniment drives away
; the pain at once and cure? the com
; plaint quickly. First application gives
reliel Sold by all druggists.
r orlntants, Invaltds.andvarowmg chudrfaif
n M . I ll- .1 l 1 - 1 fS"
president's ii.iluence and all the Taft rureiNuinuon.upDuiiainginewnoMDoav.
pohtieal advisers back of him, Sena- i Invigoratesthenuramgmotherandtheaged.
Tiie most powerful politicians bc-j,or Burton will leave Washington j Htch milk, malted grain, m powder torra.
hind the candidac y of Judge Robert Saturday to take up the fight for j A ;ck prcpareJ ; a miline.
J. Gr,er are the Chipp. i fi. -Ids. Th. y ontrol by tb, laft forces of the ! P i a,i,I.i:MI irvC
and;(Jhio republican state convention. I T - m nm-mV a.
re-Scheduled next week. Although Not M Any FdMISX &BUSt
Roosevelt won a victory at the Ohio
primaries the Taft managers are con-,
are the persons who directly,
indirectly, are circulating false:
ports in reference to Justice Cooke.
Real Typewritten letters
One or a million.
Call West 2030.
F. W. BI RCH & CO.
Room 218 Safety building.
Many of the jurists on the supreme ; fident he can domimte the conven-;
uon and acid Ohio s six de eeates-at- Kmaitrw mrmntmitrmimBcarttt mwrm
Proot One Trial
bene li, acc ording to Springfield papers,
are doing what they can to aid Jus
tice George A. Cooke in his campaign
for reelection. The Chicago Record
Herald says that his work has won
j the admiration and respect of all his
associates without respect to party
l?rge to the Taft eoluiftu.
CAMP IS TO REPEAT HIS
LECTURE ON D. L. MOODY
A lecture on l. I. .Moody and run
With tun vr'T Tinric ail thia tii!irmA i work among the prisoners w ill be
court judges are republicans. ! given this evening at the First Metho-
;dist church by Norman H. Camp. The
Reports from Quincy are, that scores ' 'ereopticon will be used in connection
of pi eminent business men. who do not : wi'h the talk, which is being repeated
ordinarily take any part in politics. '' request, Mr. Camp having given it
have volunteered their services to at Central Presbyterian church last
Justice George A. Cooke in any f apac- Sunday eve ning. There will be no
ity possible. Many of them have ex- j admission charge, but an offering w ill
pressed their willingness to work at ' be received to be used toward the
the polls, and by personal effort to . i-rison work. The hour is 8 o'clock.
do every thirig possible to make his ;
reelection certain. Justice Cooke has ROCK ISLAND OFFICIALS
r.r. nn'fi MAKING AN INSPECTION
is one of the real developments oft A party of Rock Island road officials,
the CAmfa:'?n. ! including H. V. Mude, D. G. Reed,
: chairman of the board of directors;
The greeting which Justier? George ' Vice-Presidents J. E. Gorman, A. C.
A. CooKe rtceive-d on every hand from Ridgway and Johij Sebastian, E. S.
rept -blicans as well as democrats in 'Moore and General .vianaser W. M.
Whiuon, passed through Rock Island
this morning in the prefident s special
ItlOi flZl GRAtS icr on an inspection trip of the road, i
Special Excursion Fares
Northwest Coast Points and California, one way via
May 27, 28, June 3 to 6, inclusive
Final limit July 27.
5&y FOR CHILDREN, 1 rre6no- Cal. D. II. Avorkian. a
f ACm!ti( far -vrribn-'-. i reanut vender who died here recent-
I ' J?J -2lUfXulZ,V&k i-. leaving a fortune of $50,000. con
3 ! 1 V-r.dn-J'rVl,t:,: fessed. in a eliary found with his will. !
rS "r.rVTE;-' tbal lru h of his nioney had been ob
ii; .V:t3. t, & CUuSTEJ. La 8oa.K.Y, J tidned Uv tLit aiul traud aJul AisiA .
The Burhngton is the direct route with daylight ser
vice following Mississippi liver all the day to Spo
kane. Tor full information and literature call or telephone
20th St. and 2d Ave.
Phone W. 680. F. A. Riddell, Agt