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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. MAY 27, 1913.
TO A CLASS OF 52
August an a Commercial Depart
me nt Holds Commencement
ADDRESS BY CHICAGOAN
Rev. G. S. Ohslund Tells Young People
of Demands That Will Be
Made Upon Them.
approval of each number. The pro
Sonata, Op. 14, No. 1 ... Beethovea
Allegro, Allegretto, Rondo
The Other Baby of Rudder Grange
Lura C. Schoonmaker.
(a) At Eventide . Flaxington-Harker
(b) Aase's Death Grieg
(c) Can onetta Gade
(a) Nachtstuck ......... Schumann
Eva E. Nelson,
The Great Guest Comes . . Markham
Lura C. Schoonmaker.
(a) Spring Dawn Mason
(b) Tarantella Nicode
(i) Menuet Gothic Boellman
(b) Prayer, Notre Dame
(c) Marcia Widor
C LASS DAY P.rVERt ISES.
Last night was given over to the
senior class as a last opportunity to
vaunt the fame of the graduates and
taunt its rival classes and others up
on which its favor or disfavor might
lawn, j chance to fall. This was done with
a vengeance. Howpver, the seniors
were not permitted to have things all
voluntary by Mi:s Ltllle Cervin. Rev. their way. The juniors, upon whose
R. S. Hanry of the .Second Congrea- j shoulders the duty of decorating the
tlonal church, Moline, delivered the j chapel for the upper classmen had
invocation, after which Professor C. ' fallen, took advantage of the oppor
B. Canterbury rendered a vocal solo. I tunity to steal a march on their rivals.
The commencement address by Rev. , when the seniors marched upon the
platform, they found the floor liber
ie : ally inscribed with paternal advice as
irr . i . . , il
Xo man of limited income can secure
help from cash houses.
To be brutally frank about it, they
don't know or care anything about
you or -the state of your affairs..,
Thev want vour almighty dollar, and
they want.it BEFORE you &t their
Fifty-two graduates of the commer
cial department of Augustar.a college
received diplomas this morning at tho
annual commence mer.t exercises. Rev.
G. S. Ohslund of Chicago was the J
speaker for the occasion and delivered
a, forceful address of advice and ad
monition to the young men and young
women who are about to launch into
the activities of the business world. A
large number of the graduates will
tiko up positions in the throe cities.
The program bgan at 10 this morn
ing with r elections by the Augustan
military band on the college
The commencement exercises in
chapel wore opened with an organ
" r. Ohslund followed.
At the clo-e of the address
Misses Elisabeth C'haney, Andora I.ar-
rison and Huhla Peterson and Mrs.
Frederick rendered IJohm's beautiful
violin quartet in sonata style. Dr.
Andreen then presented the diplomat
The graduates follow:
Commercial course Georpe Ray
mond Itaker, lieda A. Engblom, John
B. Gillespie, Auuust I). Kester, Elmer
T, Norlander,' Nanry Olson, Reuben
V. Peterson. Carl Tiedemann, Charles
Stenographic conr.se Alice Jose
phine Ahlene, Adene E. Anderson, Ks
tella Baker, lyonard M. B-ngston, Ert-
to how they should conduct them
selves. Among the inscriptions were
"K:ep calm," "Don't be scared,"
Walk this way," "Mar(r)y Young,"
"Speak louder," etc. The way to the
rostrum was adorned with footprints
of the various classes, 1914 leading
the proeession, with 1913 following.
The salutatory was delivered by D.
Vcrner Swanson. It was an oration
that showed much thought and prep
aration. Yngve Joranson sang a solo
that greatly pleased the audience, af
tor which Miss Laura Munson read the
class poem. This was generally con
gar R. Bladel, Edna May ftoyce. Hazel , reded to be tit most clever and orig
M. Hrostrom, Anna M. llu-k, lternice
Ely, Beda A. Engbloui. Alice Auguta
Fahlstrom. Myrtln Victoria FWin,
Nellig LltltU Florin, Ellen E. I". Fors
bcrg. Olive M. Celwicks, Esther A.
Godchn. Ma Mae lager, A'.frida E.
lleinrirh. El;ie llulda I fill. Harriet
Anna Jahn:s. Alhin E. Johnson, Clara
K. Euehl, Irene Ijirrisoii. Vomer L.
Iauirer. BesMle A. Mally, Katlierjn L.
inal number on the program. Irving
Munson read an oration on "The Ten
dencies of Our Ago." A descriptive
duet in Latin by Yngve and Tage
Joranson was a novel feature of the
program, and was excellently rendered.
Linus Johnson read the class history,
reciting the illustrious achievements
of the class, how it had forced lone
sophs to bark at the moon, mako
Maroney, Margaret E. M;ireney, Adrian : liiumn sm-eehes and veil for their tnr
Mcliricle. (teeir C. Nelson. Ha.el M. mentors, how it had instilled due re
IVdern ii, Martha Esther E. Pera. G. ispect in the? succeeding freshmen class,
Clarence ivterson, Bessie Caroline and lightly passing over incidents
Ries... Eric A. Stromquist, Joseph W. j when the graduates themselves had
L. tcnd.ll, Artliur V. Swedberg, J. suffered humiliation.
Ynlfred Swedlierg, Jennie A. Was:ell, I Arthur W. Johnson sang a baritone
Archie D. Webster, Marguerite Hazel j rolo which was well received, after
Vtb "t.. Clara Ix.rctta Welch, Joseph which Marion Andreen read the class
F. Y.Mingsrrom. Minetta H. Young. ! prophecy. The prophet had assigned
t osk.( ioiiv i fliinK(KMK.T. his classmates to various fates, rang-
Tl.e conservatory commencement iTT- ; ing from that of barber in China to
erclses were held this afternoon at j the director of an Esquimaux male
2: no o'clock, when six graduates re-1 chorus. The class song, the music to
celved diplomas. The are:
Piano Hilda Branfors, Hildora Eng
innn. Evu Nelson.
()rg::n Caroline Carl.-t.Mlt, Mrs.
Murrell Lindorff, Lura C. Schoon
maker. The program rendered by the grad
uates reflects great credit upon the
work being done by the conserva
tory department. It was attended by
a large audience which voiced its
3Ve, on the other hand, give you .credit
an accommodation that every one.
needs at one time or another.- Consid
er each of these points before you
spend a cent on Furniture, Carpets or
Stoves, whether you want a complete
outfit or just one article $1,000 worth
or $1.00 worth.
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ble bed, broad
ble. Plenty of
Here's a dandy colonial dre?er, beautiful
clean lines large mirror, bevele.l piate
case is made of best American Quarter Oak
finished a rich golden with a fisei'S! 7
A solid oak
sion table, 42
golden o a k
or early Eng
1 i s h finish,
This table made of solid oak, heavy ped
estal, 8 inches in diameter, ?csy running
slides and a new Colonial design we are
showing a large numbr of new etyiM of
Ptich this is an example
Our price '
. Terns to Suit
'A few more
of those big
left at ..59c
Ours are ad
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which was written by Professor L. W.
Kling, guardiaa of the class, closed
COM 1 H( EMKXT ONCKKT.
The commencement concert, given
by the best talent of the college and
conservatory, will be held this even-1
ing in the college chapel. Tomorrow,
morning a session of the Augustana
Foreign Mission society will be held,
when Rev. H. E. Isaacson, a missionary
from India, will speak, also C. A.
Hallstrom.' a student of Upsala uni
versity, Sweden. The commencement
of the seminary department will be
held tomorrow evening at S o'clock,
when Dr. O. J. Johnson will be the
principal speaker. The college com
mencement will be held Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock, with Former
Governor John Lind of Minnesota as
Holland is the home of
food cocoa. C. J. Van
tauten the cocoa pion
eer invented the Dutch
process for making cocoa.
By this procrjj the indgesnble
fibre is taXrn o jt and the cocoa it
made smoother finer i eher.
Tht' why you should demand
DUTCH Cocoa and be sere
Pf.iTyMj i commencement speaker. The Alumni
ouunf frit tnri villi mini Thitrcilv n tt n
' noon and the annual banquet w ill be
w&'mzmr" at 7 111 the evenlng-
You'll like the rich.
thctldte flavor-the smooth,
soothing num-nrnt Ror.a Cocc
is chraper than domestic cocoas
because it i?r t,ct as far. Use
only one-haif a luspoonful to 6
in 2Sc can.
totly fi em
Jwt tac tS
and 2'jC cans.
C J. VAN
Company Will Have Several
Hundred Square Feet Addi
Extensive Improvements are being
made at the Totten garage, 1708
Third avenue and when completed the
company will have an additional floor
space of several hundred square feet.
t Jtist east of the main buildine an ex-
J Libition room is being finished and
j In thig room the company will dem
: onstrate all its saleable cars to
1 customers. Directly back of the ex
hibition room it Is planned to build a
large paint shop in which the com
I pany will repaint old cars for the gen
eral public. The new building will
1 be 50 feet in length by 50 feet in
I width end will be brick and two stor
ies in height. The ground Is being
; cleared now and Immediately after
i the Elks convention work will be
started on the structure.
; It is planned to have the exhibition
rocm finished by the end of the pres
I ent week and already a number of
: new cars have been crdered by the
company. The Totten company will
also carry a comple-e- Une cf automo
: bile accefsories in the new establish
ment. A new vulcanizing department
has also been installed in the new ad
You Shou!4 Worry
If you don't get one of these big bar
gains in ladies' suits.. $17 to $25
values now $10 at the People's Store,
319-321 Twentieth straat liihj
With every rug
selling at $20 or
ml ssk tev
ryNaii 7 n fci m Ttich this is an example 7
irfaTf I 1 hi 'i'i 't r r, 't Our price T.
m Saturday U tlvaA&a
J&V evenings I
.at' ..?J . 11 I IT I n
KM wteHMKB special
This Buffet is certainly a rich looking piece- of
furniture for the small price we quote on it.
This particular one has graceful sweeping lines
and is made of sturdy and h-ravy stotk, well
joined and richly finished in golden oak. We
tMnU it 1q fin iYpnt innnl l-ftit:.i & A
Terms to Suit
Lift I'I !,. . '.ttt.... "s:
For one day only our Sultana 9x12 Brussels Rug.
patterns are the rich Persian, Oriental and beau
tiful floral effects, well 0 AO
woven and fast colors ..)laJeT(5
This Lame Family-S1 . 75
3 si7P Rpfricrernfrir iV
Here's an opportunity again to buy these fine brass
mounted beds at a sacrifice price just as shown
heavy steel beds, brass rails and balls come in baked
enamel finish if you need a bed this
ought to appeal to you, for only
113-115 Z2St. n fF MPQPT IOWA.
Terms fo Suit
This refrigerator is ierfect. It Is so constructed that
every part is accessible for cleaning. The metal lin
ing keeps it absolutely odorless and dry and free from
germs. There i3 no place for any dirt to settle. The ice
chamber is eo built it ba3 a double circulation of air,
thus causing a great saving oT ice. The exterior is
finished in highly polished golden oak. At the low price
at which this refrigerator is being sold every house
hold should have one.
NEW ASSISTANT MANAGER
FOR TRI-CITY UTILITIES
B. J. Denman of Detroit, Mich., has
been appointed assistant general man
ager of the United Light and Railways
company, with headquarters in Dav
enpert. His office is located with
those of President Porter on the sec
ond floor cf the Trl-City Railway and
People's Light company's building.
In Detroit Mr. Denmati was chief
engineer and assistant to the presi
dent of the. Detroit Edison company.
In his new position he will be in
charge of the electrical properties of
the United Light and Railways com
pany in the tri-cities, Cedar Rapids,
Iowa City, Fort Dodge, Mason City,
Muscatine, LaPorte, Ind., and Grand
Rapids and Muskegon, Mich. He will
cover all cf the above towns in an
advisory capacity to the local managers.
Vredenburgh to Frae Wife.
Sprlngfleid, 111.. May 27. Mrs. L.
Pease Vredenburgh will be allowed a
divorce from, Thomas D. Vreden
burgh without contest by Mr. Vreden
burgh, according to a statement made
yesterday by Mr. Vredenburghs" attorneys.
Ladies' Lingerie Waists.
Exceptional values at 11.98. The
People's Store, 313-321 Twentieth
Regular Meeting Thursday.
The regular meeting of Ueal lodge
No. 608, II O. O. F., will be held
Thursday evening. A large class of
candidates will be initiated.
At big reductions. Get yours today at
the People's Store, 319-321 Twentieth
si i-" " : -ii - n tnimLhD my
Easiest to use Best for ell shoes
THE F. F. PALLET 0., LTD.
Buffalo, N. Y. Hamilton, Onf.