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THE ROCK ISLAND "ARGUS, FRIDAY. MAY 16, 1913.
26 TO GRADUATE feS"' FROM SEMINARY Augustana College This Year Sending Out Ons of Largest Classes in History. PLANS OF COMMENCEMENT Jchn Llnd. Former Governor of Min nesota, to Give Address Thurs day, May 29. Commencement week this year at Augustana college will be of unusual Interest. The complete program, to gether with the graduates from the various departmon?, was given out today by the president's office. The feature of the week will e the com mencement address Thursday morn ing by ex-Governor John I-ind of Min nesota. The former executive of Min nesota is a well known orator, and win undoubtedly attract a lar;e ui diense. The speaker tf the seminary com mencement pxercigcs Wednesday even ing will be Preside nt elrt O. .T. John son of GutaUfc AUoiplius college. Dr. Johnson is a graduate or Augustana, rnd for se-.-errl years hitcl been at the liad of Luther college. Wahoo. Neb. Two moniiiH ago lie was chosen presi- Yocal solo ; Address Rev. G. S. OhElund Violin quartet (in sonata style) .. Elizabeth Chaney, Mrs. Frederick, I Andora Larrison, Hulda Peterson Presentation of diplomas ! The President : Doxology, No. 5. "Praise God from ! Whom All Blessings Hot", etc. I Benediction CONSERVATORY COMMENCEMENT. ! Tuesday, May 27, 2:30 p. m.: Piano ! Sonata Op. 14. No. 1 ... Beethoven Allegro, Allegretto, Rondo Hildora Engman. Reading j The Other Baby of Rudder ; Grange Stocktor i Lura C. Schoonmaker. Organ 1 (a I At Eventide .. Floington-Hacker . (b) Aases Death Grieg! (O Canzonnetta : Gade J Caroline Carlstedt. j Piano j (a) Nachtstuck Schumann' (b) Warum (cj Whims j Eva E. Nelson. 1 Reading ! The Great Guest Comes . . Markham , Lura C. Schoonmaker. Piano la) Spring Dawn Mason (b) Tarantelle Xicade , Hilda Branfors. Organ (a) Menuet Gothic Boellman (b) Prayer, Notre Dame (c) Marcia Widar Mrs. Lindorff. Graduates Piano: Hilda Branfors, dnt of Gustavus Adolphus college The business co11pe commencement j Hildora Engman, Eva Nelson. Organ: speaker will b Hev. G. S. Ohslund, a Cnroline Carlstedt. Mrs. Murell L'.n Chicai'o pastor. Twenty-sU m n will be graduated from the seminary department, one of the argent classes i.i recent vears. Nineteen ttud"nt wili receive the hat helor of Arts degree in the col lege, and one .Matter of Arts degree be inferred. P. A. Paulson will dellwr the valedictory. Rev. C. .T. Yo.ineberc. un'i! recently pastor of Salem Lutheran church. Mo Lne, but now of Munson Station. Pa., w'll receive the decree of Doctor of Divinity from the seminary. having comp'e'ed liis course extending over severul years. Hev. II. F. Lutz of PiUsburs. Kas.. will receive the de gree of C. S. T. from the heo'ogical faculty. The program follows-: n ti.ti HKtri: -i:nni;s. Sunday, May IT., rt S p. in. Oignn Toccata et Fi ga Prcf. J. V. Bcrgquiru Hymn. No. 2 Liturgy Revs. I. O. NotiiFtein and Walter Pearson. v Soup, "Lead Kindly Licht" - It i' k Wcnnerberg Chorus Announcements Hymn. No. 271 Liturcy Revs. 1. O. Noihs'cln a.rA Walter rcarsc.n. Monday. Mar 2d. at 8 p. m.. sr.iirr; la' p day cxerriyv Sa.'utatory D. VrrT Swanscn i ocil s' lo Vngve Jorant-'c-n t'lai poem !..ir.. M'ltison j Ora'kn, "The Tendencies of Our j. Ace" Irving Munson Vocal due' . .Yncve Jcranso and Tage Joranmn 'lav? history Linis A. Hern"n dorff. Expression: Luni C. Schoon- i maker. Commencement concert Tuesday, May 27. S p. m.: ! (at Overture, Sergaglia ... Mozart ' (b) Minuet Hayden , (O Turkish March Beethoven , College orchestra. (Algert inker, director). ; (a) Andante Cantobile (organ) Widor (b) Portornle Guilmant. J. Yictor Bergiuist. L'na Furtiva Lagrlma (tenon Donizetti Lewis B. Canterbury. i (a) He!ip Fader Flem;,ng i hi Slumra Gufva ABlstrom (c I Stormen Wennerberg Chorus. .1. Victor Berg iuist. Director. Faust selection (two piano?) . .Gouuod Effl Johnson and LilMe Ccrvin. Reading. Mrs. Peter Magnus Seeks Advice Charles Dickens Iva C. Pearc? : (a i Sumer is Icamen In j (Oldest piece of choral music extant, , 12261 (hi Matona Mia Cara Oralando Icssus, 1520-1594 i Acapella Choir (a) There, Little Girl, Don't Cry 1 Westendorf 1 (bi Briar Rofps Debois i in On the Sea Buck Wennerberg Chorus ' (a) Iwatli of the Maiden Schubert; (bi Dappel dancer Schubert Lewis B. Canterbury Allegro Waertcso (from first organ scnata .T. Yictor Bergquist LilMe Cervin !iHVI KV MMl: F.Ml-IVr. Fl an It Is the London Plan to Please the Man We risk more than you do when we urge you to come in invest in a suit of Adler-Rochester, "I' System, or 'Woodhull, Goodale Bull (Union Made) You can be mighty sure that we know what we are recom mending. We know that we must please you, not simply please your eye by the looking-glass, but please you every day during the life of a suit you buy from us. We Risk Our Reputation if we don't Please You $ 1 5.00 We'll please you on the price also. We offer you the London Special at The best made suit you can buy for the price. Nortolk, English and plain styles. Adler-Roehester, "L" System and Woodhull, Goodale & Bull Makes 3;? Slip-Ons and Raincoats $5 to 25. Boys' Suits 3.50 to $12.00. Mark Cross $5.00 Safety Razors for 25c. Extra blades 5c each. $18.00 to $35.00 You Know Us KM i ff! IU! Pfl IF! M 1 fP m ll WM LI O Aw The Fashion Leaders ' .J..A.:.a.yJ:i:..... ME7H.cmcf.Prop. You Know Us Wcnnerberz Male Chorus manhole on that corner, but Dr. Meyer Addrefs Pres. O. J. Johnson was unable to find it. VoceI solr, "Forever with the hord ' junod Naomi Morcn Vocal :-u n Arthur W. Johnson i CIufs yrtphpcy Marion Anir. en 1 'ednerday. May 28. 8 p. m.: ( nff ro;,K C'ass of 10K'. I Selec'icns (on cel. ere lnwni Comniencrment. onimerc'al d?i'art- j Ausrstana Military band mnt Tuesday, May 27. " i a. m.: ; Hymn No. olo r.elections ((n cc ll'ce lan j Hibe!l;.sr.inf: ocli bon Augustana Military ba:.d Song. "Stridsbon" Summer Season demands low com fortable pumps and Oxfords for women. Strap patterns are very good style, ex tremely dressy and give the foot that neat, pretty appearance, this style made in patent Colt, Dull Kid and White Sea Island Duck, $1.25 to $3. Another attractive last is a round hi-toe, medium heel, button oxford, made in Tan Calf, Brown Kid, Dull . ,, i gating the John an-".maker customs ystrom. Alb'.n Os-.6 , j ' , w..uil'ase and will tiecule m a few days if ( arl Olson, Hans Presentation of diplomas The President Song. "Nu Herrans dag det ar" ... ; Kreutzer Wennerberg Male Chorus Valedictory Hymn. No. 506 Graduates Carl Emil Anderson, Herman Anderson, John Victor Ben Fon, Leonard Birger Benson, Carl Os tar Bengston, Carl Wil.iam Carlson, Oscar Ebb. Frank Ahnre Eriekscn. Paul Martin Eeping, Vic"or Elxan-ler Lindeblad. Winfield Xenophone Mag nuson. Johannes N car Oison. Gidervn pearscn, Victor Jan S;;onc. Swan Hjalmar Swanson, Victor Emmanuel Swenson. Kniil Swenfion Augustus Thitus Train Emil Westlund, Victor Immanuel VesUing, Samuel Martin Miller. Nels Oscar Mont an. Neis An ton Nelson. Carl Gustaf Zaar. Hoppitals Carl August Callerstrom, Karl Arvid Neison. D. D. Degree P.ev. Carl Johan Youngberg. Munson Sta. Pa. C. S. T. Degree Rev. Heinrich , Friedrich Iuts, Pittsburgh, Kan. ( (il l Kt.K IMI-: 'KIKXTr Thursday. May 29, V a. in.: Selection (On College Lawn) Augustana Military band Organ Voluntary, Allegro Appaion- ata Guilmant Hymn No. 1S1 BISHOP M. E. FAWCETT TO HOLD ORDINATION HERE Rev. Granville E. Sherwood, rector of the Trinity Episcopal church, wish es to announce that confirmation serv ices will be held at the church next Sunday evening, instead of Sunday morning, as previously announced. Bishop M. Edward Fawcett will be in charge of the services and will hold ordination services in the morning and confirmation in the evening. any evidence has been disclosed to present to the federal grand jury. In the closing days of the Taft adminis tration Mr. Wanamaker paid $l'in,oi) to the treasury to settle civil liability for irregularities in assessing duties on imports over a period of about 15 years. . Washington Attorney General Mc ! Remolds nearly has finished iuvesti- NEW FACTS ARE BROUGHT TO LIGHT CITY WATER TANK BEING INSPECTED Builders of Moline Equipment Replacing Gasket That Caused Flood. This morning he was bound over to the grand jury under $500 bonds on a charge of malicious mischief. Damis had been in the saloon lor some time, and shortly before mid night, he suddenly shouted, "I have been robbed by a woman." Hot words followed, and finally the proprietor threw the belligert-r.t out into the street, Damis, bent on revenge, stood outside cursing at the top of his lungs, and then kicked a hole in the window. The shattering of the glass on the sidewalk was heard by Officer Her kert, who rushed to the scene and pluced the troublesome foreigner un der arrest. Ed Beal paid a fine of $1 and costs for drunkenness, the arrest being made by Sehnert and Ginnane. AM irscnoatim Clothes 15 $20x$25 The Greatest Clothes Values in America' GRATEFUL PEOPLE OF ALL THE COUNTRY 'ROUND ARE PRAIS ING PLANT JUICE DAILY. It is a positive fact that no remedy that was ever put on the market has created so much interest and given inspection of every detail of the tank. "We intend to stay until the pat rons of Moline are satisfied that the tank is all that can be asked for," de clare two representatives of the Chi cago Bridge and Iron company, who have arrived in Moline to inspect the work done in installing the city water Link on the bluff. This is the first visit of the testers since the work men completed the construction. They are replacing the gasket that caused the miniature flood of a few days ago and will make a thorough Invocation . . Tenor Solo, real" Professor Address . . . Rev. T. A. Conrad "Fear Not Yea O 1s- Buck Lewis B. Canterbury. Hon. John Lind (Ex-Governor of Minnesota). Song. "Landsiehting" U ennprbcre Main Chorus i Street Presentation of Diplomas ! The President such remarkable results in so snort a time as Plant Juice, and it is not to be wondered at that so many glady testify "to the great benefits received. 'Frank Harding. 27 Third street. East Moline, employe cf Root & Van Dor j Voort plant, says: "I was troubled ! with indigestion end stomach trouble. I u:-ied Plant Juice wnich helped me right from the start. I never felt bet ter in my life." Frank Kolark, SIS'; Forty-second Rock Island, employe Every possible chance for leakage will be remedied, if such exists, and to complete the work the tank will be given a final coat of paint. The builders wiil be given plenty of time for this final inspection, to make sure that every reasonable precau tion shall have been taken to prevent trouble, and to give a job that fchall be in every way satisfactory to the city. Officials of the Rock Island Bridge of the and Iron w orks, a competitive build- Moline Tlow company, says: "Plant jug company, has twice visited the Juice Faved my wife much suffering ' tank, with a view to getting ideas for Kid, Black Calf, beauties for form, $3.00 to $4.00 The Boston 1726 Second Avenue Slipper the Kiddies, they like them and you'll like the price. Valedictory P. A Hymn No. loS Benediction. Bachelor of Arts Carl Anderson. Edgar Severius Paulson I at"' helped her wonderfully. For iny-a similar tank ia Rock Island, w hich self, it has given me new life, and I ! U is understood tiie officials of that ! feel fine. If any one wants to know city have in mind to build. And when Frederick : farther what I think of Plant Juice, a competitor will praise the work done, Anderson JiR" aEK me- 1 as lne ick iiana concern lias, local MaHon Aihert inHrwn Oscar M:tn ! Plant Juice acts like magic In cases commissioners feel that the Chicago Gustafson, Gur.nar Elias Hedeen, Un-Jof Ftomach, liver and kidney troubles, j firm must have done the work well us Aron Herman. Elmer Frederick It will quickly supply tne body :th,here. Holmgrain. Ralph Daniel Halt. Arthur ; ' anunai:ce or oiBease-n-i) ing, j William Johnson. August Herman j health-giving blocd thnt v. ill free from ; lnhnnn Tae-P Joranson. Yncve Jor-lth system the impurities that cause; anson. Joseph Emanuel Lonnquist, An-' rheumatism, allay tnn Tr-rinc- Mimsnn. Ij.ura Josechir.e ; and put a Stop Munson, Paul Alexander Paulson, Dav id Verner Swanson, Herbert Carl Morton Swanson. Mary Young. .' Master of Arts Hugo Anderson. 'SKELETON OF CHILD IS ! NOT FOUND BY CORONER i A telephone call to Dr. R. C. J. Mey er, coroner, Wednesday, caused him. in company with William Furgie of j the Danielscn & Furgie undertaking 'establishment, to hurry up to Twen tieth avenue and Nineteenth street, Mo'.in"?. The man who phoned the message and who gave his name as Welter Yapp, employed by the Moline : 1 , Plow company, said that there was the skeleton cf a child lying near a 1 the inflammation j to its excruciating pains. Do not neglect your opportun-1 ity. The Ballard Drug company, 106 j West Second street, Davenport; New i Harper House pharmacy, Rock Island: J and e, Jericho & Co., Moline, tell j CTaims Woman Robbed Him Plant Ju.ce. WILD HUNGARIAN WRECKS SALOO (Adv.) -Is' Ejected From Place and Kicks in a Window. YOUR on 1 Dozen Vieitin NAME Cards fcr SO Cards for 15c. Call at office or a postal card will bring in ail samples. WILL C MAYNARD, Card Printer. Over Trrmu'i, 3rd At. 17th ft Crazed with drink and laboring un der the delusion that he had been '1 : robbed in the Leo IeSrnet saloon, lo cated at Twenty-third street and Fourth avenue, John Dannie, a Huc : earian, late last night started a riot Jn the placet, and only the IntTvention ; of the police preveuted bloodshed. 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