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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
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( 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
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Strap patterns are
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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
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Hjalmar Swanson, Victor Emmanuel
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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.
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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
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time as Plant Juice, and it is not to
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'Frank Harding. 27 Third street. East
Moline, employe cf Root & Van Dor
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Frank Kolark, SIS'; Forty-second
Rock Island, employe
Every possible chance for leakage will
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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
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trouble, and to give a job that fchall
be in every way satisfactory to the
city.
Officials of the Rock Island Bridge
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Valedictory P. A
Hymn No. loS
Benediction.
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