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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1893.
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Commencement Festivities . at
THE BAOOALATJEEATE SERMON.
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v Ivi'rp perfeet time.
watches for $4 up to
Just step in and take
!. In-fore you buy. W" ill
:; nmove to
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"j. hiV. and manage properly on commission,
coney, collect rents, also carry a line of first
Ire insurance companies, building lota for
it t!: the d liferent additions . Choice residence
crjin all parts of the city.
!m. Mitchell A Lynde building, ground
'.it rear of Mitchell 4 Lynde bank.
K. A, Donaldson.
oil & Donaldson's
you contemplate buying, selling
-M-hanging resilience or business
'!"Tty, it will positively pav you
"ii us, as we constantly have
' list of desirable property on
nii'ks to select from and we can
'1'ly your wants promptly. We
' have a number of choice lots in
parts of the city and will under-
fto Imild a number of houses for
customers on terms very greatly
A bargain for some one.
c luiuia iii vyuiiege iiciuib
i'ion, one-half block from Elec
: Street Railway which we will
J- i' taken at once, at from $300
WoO each thev will tro fast so
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v., we present uppvibuuiiy or
aill he top late; ; '
wt Your Property wlti Us
and we will fad vos buyer.
'JBiee Masonic Temple Block
A Scholarly DlHcoarae Delivered by lre.l.
dent Ot8on at the Chapel l.ant K veiling
The Graduates In the Different Depart
nentH Other News From the (ireat Seat
of learning; Note.
A large and representative audi
ence was gathered in the beautiful
chapel of Augustana college last
evening to listen to the baccalaureate
sermon by Dr. Olsson, president of
the institution, liesides the many
recent additions to the furnishings
of the chapel, made fr the coming
festivities, the room was very pret
tily decorated for the occasion.
Wreaths and hotpiets of flowers con
tributed their fragrance on the pul
pit and about the stage. The crown
of lights in the center and the new
arch of incandescent' lights around
the handsome stained glas window,
lent a pleasing lustre I the whole.
The graduating cln oi ';;;. mi the
college depart incut, numbering 1.5,
and the I'O candidates for ordination
to tue ministry, occupied seats di
rectly in front of the speaker.
The rrraduatinir class in the col-
ee is composed of the following
gentlemen: Hollander, I.. K.
Frisk. O. X. (iUni, O. A. Johnson, r
S. Miller. 14. Modin, l". i- origren,
C. A. Olson, A. Ostrom, C. A. Kan-
lolph, F. K. Sard, X. V. Sjostrom, A.
R. Valkjuist, C. A. Wendell. A. K.
Those who have completed the full
course in the theological seminary,
are: J. F. Ahlin, P. Almgren, A.
Appell, C. A. licrgendoff. .1. ti. Dan
ielson, O. F. Kdbl'om, A. T. Fant, X.
E. Glad, 11. F. II. Hartelius, C. J. A.
Holmgren, J. H. Idstrom, J. John
son, j. Lincoln. A. F. Lundquist, C.
A. Lonnquist, J. W. Moren. C Swen
son. The other candidates for ordi
nation are: K. Roman, K. K. Hro
berg, J. A. Foodund, (1. A. Johnson,
J. T. O. Olandtr. F. A. IVtterson, K.
X. Rahenius, J. E. Kydback, S. E.
The class roll of the course in bus
iness includes, John A. Johnson,
Albert Kellberg. Charles (i. Johnson.
Fritz L. Carlson, Charles Moline,
Joseph E. Rehn strom, Martin, X.
Engdahl, John D. Holm. Carl Ander
son". Charles Ilelin. Arthur F. Tears,
John A. Itexall. Albert Kellberg.;
Fritz L. Carlsfm. Fred A. Nelson.
Charles J. Knkstrom. Otto W. Paul
son. Anthony W. Fossberg, Charles
A. Ydecn. Axel (1. Skogberg. Peter
O. Johnson. Martin J. Peterson.
Those in the course in pnonograpny
iri. .IiKiimt Anderson. Anna I asiier-
son. Amanda East bcrir. Jdm H. John
sun. Kntie Carnayhan. Sadie Chad-
wick. Clara llelander, Jena Johnson
Ir. OI-soii'h Sermon.
Dr. Olsson's address was an carnes
nml eloouent effort. He chose his
theme from Roman 1:10. "I am
not ashamed of the gospel of Christ."
dewellinir upon this as a fitting lift
motto for a Christain institution and
Christian students. lie pictured
Saul, the the learned Pharisee em-
bne.l with Jewish sentiments, as one
likely to have many reasons to be
ashamed of the gospel of Christ; and
how before awakeninsr to his own
sinfulness, he had held the gospel as
an abomination and its obliteration
a fitting aim for his most ardent
efforts. The speaker cited Paul's
readiness, after his realization of the
need of salvation, to preach the gos
pel in Rome the centre of all worldly
power and splendor, and in Athens,
the home of culture and refinement,
when he was ridiculed and derided
for his pains. As a more practical
application of his theme the doctor
showed how the power of salvation
is not to be sought in the works of
Shakespeare, or the ancient classics,
but in the word of God.
Experience teaches me that we
poor children of men need a word
which contains God's saving power.
This is the gospel and the gospel
alone." The speaker, himself an"en
thusiastic scholar, spoke in warmest
terms of worldly knowledge, culture,
art, and all that is noble on earth;
but held that, in the hour of need,
these are powerless against sin and
death. "In the irospel. and in the
gospel alone, is found God's saving
jiower; a power that, if we accept it.
iinally bears us to that realm where
we will become true baccalaiirei."
The speaker closed with a lifting
reference to the beautiful symbol
engraved ujon the invitation cards
of the graduates. representing
'Augustana college aud theological
seminary lifted high on Zion's hill,
unto the heavenly Jerusalem beam
ing the effulgent rays of God's eternal
After an eloquent prayer by the
doctor, a chorus of mixed voices ren
dered some tine musical selections,
and the exercises closed.
Rev. P. Sjoblom, for many years
president of the Minnesota confer
ence, and one of the leading minis
ters of the Augustana synod,
preached an able sermon In Zion's
Lutheran church, yesterday morn
ing. Rev. F. J. Sward, president of
the eynod, celebrated high mass. -
' The Bynodlcal Council.
The synodical council organized
this morning by electing Rev. M
Noyd, of Lindsborg, as secretary.
This council arranges all the work
that is to come before the synod when
it meets next Monday evening. It is
composed of two representatives
from each of the conferences, and the
president of the snyod is ex-officio
chairman. The secretary of the
synod is also a member. This is
Rev. C. M. Eshiorn, of San Francisoo,
well known in this city as former
professor of the Swedish language
and literature at Augustana college.
Tomorrow morning N. E. Krow
will read and defend his the
sis for the degree of master of arts.
This is to be in latin.
The great synod meets one week
Bishop Von Seheele, the head of
the Swedish church in Sweden, will
arrive at Augustana college tomor
University park presents
much the appearance of
grounds on the occasion of a
from Rarnum or Forepauirh.
great tent for the jubilee concert
Friday niglu, is in place as are a
number of smaller tents. The build
ing to be used for the exhibit of the
University Exposition association is
fast assuming the appearance of a
fair. The exposition building faces
MABLE LA GRANGE FREE.
The Jubilee Concert.
The announcement of the hie iubi
leo concert, to be given in the tent at
the Augustana University park next
Friday evening, appears in ouii, ad
vertising columns. The tent will
seat ),M0 people, and the exercises
will take place on a monster plat
form at one end. The prices of or
dinary seats will be 25 and .50 cents, I
there being two divisions. In
centre will be some chairs
which will he Fold at 1, and these
can he reserved in advance at the
Augustana Rook Concern, Clen
denin's drug store, and tho Harper
house pharmacy. A great pipe
organ has been built especially for
this concert by the Lancashire
Marshall Organ company, of Mo
line, and is now being placed in a
special house at the park. It is to be
played by Claranee Eddy, the great
Chicago orjranist. and there will be
also a double orchestra. The vocal
portion will be equally strong. The
concert will include a cantata by
Prof. Stolpe composed for the great
jubilee. Co wen's "Song of Thanks
giving" and Handel's Messiah," all
of which will be given with a gran
deur and completeness never at
tempted in this,region before. There
will be three large and thoroughly
trained choruses in "The Messiah."
The whole is under the direction of
Prof. G. E. Griffith.
The Itird Law.
The laws of Illinois for the
tion of birds are very strinent.
when they get out with flobert
or shot guns seem to possess a
ural projiensity to shoot any
birds or animals within reach,
they may know the
they run we copy from
statutes that part of the
of birds and
within the state
trap, net, ensnart
robin, blue bird.
The Jury Funis her Ouilty of the Act
Insane at the Time
Mable LaGrange was found guilty
as charged, but also that she was in
sane when the act was committed,
which virtually acquits her.
The case was concluded at 5 o'clock
on Saturday afternoon, when Judge
Smith read his instructions to the
jury and it retired for deliberation.
During the evening a large number
of those, who had watched the case
from its,, beginning remained around
the court house in the hopes of hear
ing the verdict. The corriders were
deserted, however, at 11 o'clock when
the bailiffs in charge of the jury an
nounced that a verdict had been
reached. Judge Smith went down
and convened court and the defend
ant was brought out of the jail to be
present when the verdict was read.
Foreman Campbell handed the ver
dict to the judge who read it as fol
lows: "We, the jury, find that the act
was committed as ch arced, but at the
time of tho commission of the act the j
defendant was insane, and further I
find that the defendant has entirely
and permanently recovered from
such insanity, and that her age is 15
years." ' V"
During the preliminaries to the
! reading of the verdict, the defendant
TYi-iinr.;iiiioi her self-nossession as
in rows, , . .!,.. .i. ...; ,vi.ir.b
nil.' llit-.T ttlll 111 biiv n on,
has no doubt been a great strain on
her. She did not betray the slight
est, emotion at the result, hut was
reluctant to return to the jail, for
getting that there was yet another
indictment against her, namely: con
cealing the death of a bastard child.
She was remanded by the court and
the second indictment against her
will probably be taken up next.
The verdict is in accordance with
the form prescribed by law and is
equivalent to a dismissal, the law-
holding that where insanity is pro en
at the time of the commission of the
deed, and the accused is sane at the
time of tiial, a dismissal follows.
lioyrr Case Continued.
In the circuit court this afternoon
the cases came up against Dr. Royer
on indictments for murder and at
tempting to produce an abortion were
called, Maior J. M. rscardsiey ana
William McEnirv appearing for the
defense. On motion of the state's at
tornev thev were both continued unj
til the September term.
In tho case of Mable LaGrange
charged with concealing the death of
her bastard child, a nolle prosse was
entered by the state, which was also
done as to her in the joint indictment
for murder against her and Dr.
Hover. On motion of Attorney Stur
geon, Mabel LaGrange was dis
nests. No per
at any time,
kill or attempt to
or destroy any
mosq uoi tohawk, whipporwill cuckoo,
woodpecker, cat-bird, brown trasher,
redbird, hanging bird, humming
bird, diijo, goldfinch, mocking bird,
blue jay. finch, thrush lark, cherry
bird, yellow bird, oriole or bobolink,
nor rob or destroy the nests of
such birds or either of any of
them. And any person so
effending any of them shall on
conviction be lined 5 for each and
every bird so killed and for each and
every nest roblied or destroyed; pro
vided, that nothing in this sec
tion shall be construed to prevent
the owner or occupant of lands from
destroying any of the birds herein
named" on the same, when deemed.
necessary by him for the protection
of fruit or property.
Mrs. Caroline Grell, wife of Ernest
Grell, died at her home, 426 Tenth
street, at 3:30 o'clock this
morning, of old age and rheumatism,
ared 70 years. She leaves one
daujrhter, who resides at home. The
funeral occurs at 10 o'clock on
Wednesday morning from the home.
The funeral of Mrs. Anna C. Faust
was held from the home of her son.
John A. Faust, 102 Ninth street, at
2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The
services at the house were conducted
by Rev. Seaburg, the interment be-
in"- made in Chippiannock cemetery.
It was quite largely attended by
friends of the deceased lady, the fol
lowing being the pall bearers: John
Melgreen. Louis Johnson. Anton
Klin"-, Oscar Appelquist, Auolph
Nelson and August Freeman.
The members of Evest comman-
derv. Knights Templar, are to meet
at their asylum at S o'clock tomor
row morning to go to Davenport to
act as escort to the Masonic grand
lodge of Iowa, which meets there tomorrow.
The following committee, of Everts
commandery, beautifully decorated
the graves of the Knights Templar
in Chippiannock cemetery yesterday
afternoon: Sir Knights H. C. Cleare
land and wife, J.t R. Johnson and
wife, W. T. Magill and wife, J. Cru-
baugh, E." P. Pinneo and t. C. Uenk-.
mann. . . .
General Grant's Well Meant Folltea.
The story is told of General Grant
that while engaged in an animated ar
gument with Mrs. John A. Logan on one
occasion be opened his cigar case and
offered her a cigar and took one himself.
He lit Ins own and proceeded with the
discussion. Mrs. Logan quietly accepted
one, too, but secreted it without attract
ing attention. She now preserves that
cigar as a souvenir. Springfield Repub
It is understood that the mill men
on this side of the river are going to
oriranize a local branch of the Lum
The painters wish to state that
while they have taken no formal ac
tion whatever in resrard to the car
penters' lockout, their sympathies
are with the men.
The contractors and a committee of
the locked out carpenters held a
session this morning in order to try
and arrange a settlement of the
difficulty. Another meeting is being
held this afternoon.
A movement is on foot to organize
a teamsters' union here. There are
about 50 teamsters in the city, and
it is thought that most of them will
go into the union, as a large number
have already signed.
Twin City Typographical Union
No. lt)7,;held its regular meeting at
Hillier's hall yesterday and elected
the following" officers:
President E. Shaffer.
Vice President T. S. Welch.
Corresponding Secretary E. W.
Financial Secretary Miss S. New
ton. Serjeant-at-arms C. S. Hull.
. r Klver Rlplets.
The Pittsburg passed up.
Tve Pilot, Irene D and Volunteer
The Verne Swain made her regular
The Irene D came down with one
string of lumber and the Saturn 16.
The Ktage of water at Rock Island
bridge at noon today was 9:80, and
the temperature was 71.
The Bart S. Linehan brought down
14 strings of logs, the Sam Atlee and
Volunteer eight and the Irene D
seven. . ' ?
'iDjnner sets Friday and Satur-
.Juhe'g and 10,1 will make
X spcal prices ,on everything in
'xh, way ot decorated dinner sets,
Jrop the cheapest up. " I quote
Jorf Jostahoe, a good 100 piece
; dninerii-set; - nicely decorated,
:giira'ifteed,'1 17.25. Others ' in
1 proportion.. ...
vi We.sjialr be glad to show sets
all ",t bet -week; but sales at these
prieeswill positively.' not t be
maaenatil Friday and Saturday.
r . " G. M. Looslet
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SriM, Gt&sa aad Lamps.
: mm Seeded Arena.
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SUMMER UNDER (AEAR SALE,
The lateness of the season has ena
bled us to buy several lots of under
wear at very nearly our own figures.
Among the many we mention the fol
lowing: One case 40 dozen ladies' ribbed
vests 3c each.
- 40 dozen ladies' vests; fancy color
ing neck edging, 4c each.
36 dozen ladies', colored stitching
around the neck and armholes. fie.
90 dozen ladies' Richelieu ribbed
vests, shell trimming. Sc.
One lot laides' vests, Richelieu rib
and fancy crochet and tape neck,
Two lines at 14e. Others at 18c,
20c, which are good value.
Three lines at 22c.
A dozen different lines at 2oc, con
sisting of bleached and unbleached,
long and short sleeves, half sleeves
and sleeveless, low and high neck,
square and fancy necks, all, all. all
Egyptain yarn vests 42c; splendid
quality vests at 48c.
Ladies, feather weight genuine
silk vests at 4tc; heavier silk t vests
Two lines ladies' union suits great
bargains for 50c for either style.
The same argument is good for our
purchases of misses' and children's
underwear. Thej' are great bargains
though not as many different styles
or so low priced as the lincsof ladies'
One lot the biggest job at the low
est price, size 18 at 3c; size 20 at 4c;
size 22 at 5c: size 21 at 6c; size 26 at
One lot children's vests made from
lino Egyptian yarn, small size at 10c'
rising to 12e, 15e and lse according
Long and short sleeve gauze vests
also start at lOc for smaller sizes.
Children's lisle thread vest 15 and
Children's union suits, sizes 2,
and 4, fitting children from 1
years, choice for 37c.
Men's undershirts 21c. stripe and
plain for 25c; fancy fixtures and
French balbriggan shirts and draw
A complete line of men's and boys'
underwear at most popular prices.
OUR CLOAK. DEPARTMENT
This week we will sell Blazers that cost $3.38 for $212; Blazers that
cost $.5.00 for 3.87; other cuts, many cuts; prices cut all along the line.
A NEW DEPARTMENT--A Complete Jewelry Store.
Our recent enlarpi'mnnt made it possible for ns to add to our linine" a department of great
importance. We have purchased the entire Mock of Will R. Jolinon. the well km:n Jeweler,
anl have moved it inti our new store j net added on the east, where we thall rarry an immense
stock of all kinds of Jewelry, Watche. Clocis. Silverware. I aniond, and ether rre srems. and
a full assortment of SpectHi les. Mr Johnson assisted by tkillful w.r men, will nit" hve charce
of our repair departmen'. Optical goods, etc He will as heretofore make a fpccialty rf flue
Watch work, the finest and highest grade movements will be repaired and kept accuintely ad
justed. Class and graduating rings and souvenirs will be largely added to this week.
Mlc CABE BROS.
1720, 1722. 1724 and 1726 Second ave.
Great Sacrifice in Shoes.
We have reduced the prices on our immense
stock of Shoes at the Gentral Shoe Store as
$5 00 to $3.50
6 00 to 4 CO
3 00 to
Men's Patent Leather from
" Cordovan, Lace or Congress
.. Ca,f c
44 Kangar o -"
Calf " " 45
Women'a Cloth Top Pau Tiim
" Welt and Hand Turn
44 DongolaCom. Secse and Ox. Toe 3 00 to
. These prices will hold good only until our
stock is reduced; so come early.
Schneiders Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue,
Harper House Block.
What a Pretty Baby-
Wouldn't it look prettier still in
one of those beautiful CARRIA
GES at HUCKSTAEDT'S?
They don't cost much,
They are sold on Easy Payments,
Without Extra Charge.
Before buying, see our combination Book Cases,
Ladies' Parlor Desks, Book Cases, Office Desks,
China Closet, Cupboards, Sideboards, Refrigera
tois, Pining Room Chairs, "Dining Tables, Center
Tables Parlor Suits, Fancy Rockers, Lounges and
Low prices Quality A 1.
G. O. H UCKSTAEDT,
1809, 1811 Second Avenue.
C. F. DB WEND, Manager. TELEPHONE No. 1206
Open Evenings till 8 p. m. . Upholstering to order..
DEALER I N-
1 I a DrMAA DTlMIXED HOUSE:pAI
n M fx yJ V V Mil I I floor paints.
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD, ETC.
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1610 Third Avenue