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THIS ARGUS, TUESDAY, APKIL. 21, 1090.
GOOD MEN NAMED.
C. B. Marshall and R. A. Don
aldson for School BoaxL
EESP03D TO POPULAR DESIRE.
Bvtfe will 0po Kt.Aotloa of U Rp
Ihtliimtal t Spt. J. C Aatat.TI
tm9 Xow rlrly Hrr tb po-
Tb fact that there has been to
muoh dist&tUfactloo over the reap
potntment of Supt. J. . Anient and
tbat the odIt remed j now see mi for
tba public tLrough its chosen repre
aentativet to overthrow an illegal act
by electing men who will refuse to
ratifj tbe proceedings of the board'
meetlog a week ao, bat led to a much
earlier discussion of tbe school can
didates tbia year than Si customary.
Thl has resulted in such a gen
eral appeal to Me'ir. C. It.
Marshall and B. A. Donaldson thai
they have consented to stand for
election to the acbool board as re pre.
senile g the sentiments of those tn
response to whose wishes they have
become candidates. Thus the issue
of the board's action is to be brought
fairlf before the people, and it will
be for thm to decide whether they
uphold one man or b'J teachers in the
two aroittr aiuic by side.
la tatota rm.tra a KipreMloa
4 llw tnr fepi D.
The Argot of last evenicg has an
other column or so of vaporing
about Supt. Ament, but nothing to
the purpose. It., seema ti prefer
such guerilla tacllea to getting its
charges In shape for an honest im
partial Investigation. Its purpose
seems to be to carry the issue Into
the school election and let prejudice
without definite information get in
Its work. Union, April 19.
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must hv MhMlittt'
tninl f hi t i'hTs
tr h rnti!it uim
I'lUh rs-Mili with ti 'in
Mr. Amrnt h:i hot tt
f th Km-k Mm nil
htl f tmt he htimilil
ltri.inr. lnvml f'
nfl rMft tlw irrvjii
mirltv f thin. frft
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IhwaiiI l hem. Th
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frr rfirifttf t
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f lhf (MahiMi n sir lit
mtiM. n.ttiiruii m
In l inrcr if
rniln.ii, thliniiu t
In t!il- tivw the? run
riuuft In ihi'rr mi-t
Tim Ami.I'i mlniino
thut thr htirlt-i k'HNl
holt U tritrr wrl!
t fofMltratioti Hi. in
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lm W?noriili '! now
nrrv r this tm h-
t.ttm 1.1 TI1K Hi H K lU
ANI f-IINIJI AIHIL
lie It ltr1ro4. That
e u a ImmIv of tu4h
n hae not rrei-lted
fnim Mr. Ament the
kMatie. l I reel Ion
whi'h we mitfht re-
IxkimmIt exiel from
tie who Un teeti our
tirtor fir 1htMr e-
Tti. Mr. Anient
m;inmr uihI lrttmtnt
t m lH ImmIv of
frffhfp have len
Mih to make our re-
with him for-
mwl, nainetve uihI
nttarri,viiitr in the ex-rt-me.
utnl ihut our re-
Utionwlth him never
iktt le of th;i1 free.
f-uhk nml einllnl D
iiire whieb 4iouta und
flioe of etitworkeni In
I'tliienvlori.it work If re
Mil itre tltruli4tnrd.
W v 'il.hedtu t i ii if 1
:iv with llmi eonvio
Hon. tlmi we Inow
whereof weipetik. ttaikl
n ititin run mlv.inre.
pr mi-tie und huikl up u
iM'h tht iHiI'lic
mmnii4i tntMt v. who
Ih- not tft-rve the
n'lidre reHt umleom-
lh'le eoiitMlenee of
i in Hiitionlinute
INtsitlon. who work
with him. ami we
ilvHv mv Ihut Mr.
Anient tliH" not b;ve
'hi in Ire reiet or
the 'iiTi'lt'iit of hi
M lielievf thai ttl
Wfifrtri iirwl tritrre!
of the fitililie etiol of
iheily nre ttnonttar
iMv sijHhoT to thoe
of uy iMltvMual. nnl
thai wtHn eireum
.U Whli'li nlH'h ftiienMK
ire arniyefl. ft In lb
uutvoreT.ery lovrr of
the pul. In- -M'hool-. nnil
.!eeiUv U II the
Mr. A mrtit - 'lut t of every teacher.
n ml wtth ifif to niM ht iroiee tn
frelifnc th.it, tin v.i IN earneM protect Ihnl
unions the traehorn the pnhlfc whih whull
towur! him It i tin riot le ant'rlfteeil to ln
reiAtonaW to eiKrt UlivHliml ambition and
mar tnnr work euti
eerh dnMitrtit intoat
ronf niiIi hi IheorW
In a wonl. the tea.'h
er ferl t h:t Ittey hve
ieen a romre!. ihe
he im repeet fir
h nw ni no m;i trr
h.tw h:inl they mnv trv
there eannot te the
tinny tif p'trtNe thn'
i e-H'0'i.U to ;eee.
1 m (! urt
We. a a body of
teaehrr. bnvtnir in d
diTlon to the irenerul
(iiterew. w hleh every
intvllitfent perxm hft
in the welfare of the
ho.U, a ieiul tnter-
itt irrowtii.' it of our
Mrtnal relation witb
i hn ifiMitution. no tin-
uut;neUv may that the
1ntret In tbe puhlie
romiN of mi e;tv will
ie promoted ly i
-hanre in the nuperin-
Thi 'column or so of rapormirs
included additKnal Instances to that
cien in previous issues of Mr
A merit's conduct toward the teachers
showing that their ill feeling toward
him is well founded.
The resolutions adopted by fifty
or the teachers were accompanied by
a letter from President Kobbins.of the
board of education, civinc instances
of Mr. Amcnt's conduct in general
and showiofT that objection to him
as superintendent is well founded
l.leenatd tm Wd.
tMvkl jrl .p
Mr. Ida liuvh'ry
. St. Jinaepb
Subscrile for Tut A nous.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crave Creim of Tartar PowJor. Free
iw AiranOTiia, Alum or any ether adulter ant
.49, TEAKS THE STANDARD.
Cat flowers and plants at Eck
TJx fords for the ladies.
ther can be pleated.
Free, free, free, roes.
at Young ft UcGombs'.
Canes and wraps a new
jast in at McCabe Bros'.
Tbe f 2.50 ladies' needle toe in lace
is a beantv. Adams kas it.
Adams has a "Jewel" to show yon
gentlemen. Call and inspect.
McCabe Bros., sole agent for the
Wagon-box Washing compound.
The weather bureau today an.
nouLctt the rrjgpect of frost tonight.
Mce flowers at 10 and 15 cents.
New York Leader, 162S Second are
Did Ton see tbe "Cento ?" boot n
tan la:e for ladies? Adams has
Tbe Wsgon-box Washing com
pound, A cents a package at McCabe
Gentlemen can find what they de
sire in the up-to-date style at
Do not fail to secure one of those
beautiful rugs tomorrow iree at
Young & Mc Combs'.
A nice flower gi Ten away free with
all our 50 cent shapes. New York
Leader, 1653 Seoond arena.
New millinery by the car load is
being unloaded today at McCabe
Bros.' Make earlv selections.
George W. Leyda has taken a posi
tion nn general assistant in the Cen
tral Telephone company's office.
Carl ChriRtopherson, who escaped
from the county farm about a week
ago, was located sooth of Moline yes-
Miss Berth Nachbaur has resigned
her position as clerk in Uouy Bros
shoe store, bhe is succeeded by
Alias Anna Bishop.
William Zantow and Miss Annie
Halmann were married yesterdsyjby
Justice 11. A. Weld. Both parties
are irom liavenport.
Special millinery sale this week
From 50 cents to $1 reduction on all
our trimmed bats, riew York
Leader, 1623 Second avenue.
Tho 49 cents dress goods sale at
McCabe'1 bas captured tbe town by
storm. Head about these great val
ues, or better still, go and see them.
Additional help in McCabe Bros.'
raillini-ry department will enable
them to make their usual prompt
deliveries on all orders again this
Bent lining cambrics, 1 cent a yard;
line rustle lining and hore linings
cents per yard with dress goods, all
this week, at Mcuabe Bros, dress
Moune ts minus an insurance
agent. John W. Cooper bid adieu
tuathU ncok of the woods today and
will make Houston. Tex., the scene
of his future operations.
Tbe Turner society gives an enter
tainment at its hall Saturday even
ing which win conclude with a dance.
The proceeds go toward the new
building fund. Admission' 25 cents.
It was not a failure, simply an em
barrassed maker of umbrellas, who
sold bis made up stock for cash and
which McCabe Bros, got one-sixth of.
at lower prices than umbrellas have
ever been seen tn Hock island
Carl Chnstopherson, an inmate
of the insane ward of the county in-
hrraary, who escaped a week ago.
was captured at Bock river bridge
Moline, Sunday afternoon and yes
terday turned over to steward Dow
Mrs. James Connor entertained i
company of lady friends yesterday
afternoon at 5 o'clock tea at her
pleasant Twentieth street home.
Mrs. Connor was 'assisted by
Mesdames Fries, Rosen field and
Comegys and Misses Comegys and
Mil be r.
John Blehl. the familiar notes of
whose calrionet still re-echo in the ears
of many Rock Islanders, has returned
to bis old love after several years'
residence in Kewanee. He is accom
panied bv his family, who are donii
ciled on Twelflh street and F.ighth
Moline bas elected II. W. Cooper
president of the board of education
and U. r. Ilemenway, hum Heim
beck and Mrs. M. K. Kntrikin school
directors. The cleotion was a warm
one. there being three tickets in the
fiel 1. Tbe proposition to introduce
the kindergarten was badly defeated.
JK.w Cub Gracry.
open a cash grocery
Hurst's new block.
It will be my aim to handle the
best grade of everything in tbe gro
cery line, and my motto will he
"giving honest weight and honest
measure, at prices as low as the
nnalitr ot the goods will permit
As an inducement to nave yon
visit my store and examine my stock
I will, for the balance of this week.
give every purchaser of goods to tbe
amount of one dollar or more, a 4
pound package of An ti-Washboard
soap powder absolutely free.
I respectfully solicit a share of tbe
. , - .
puouc patronage, v. . norion.
326 Twentieth street.
Taat Way Only.
To every customer purchasing
goods to the amount of fd., or over,
we will present free a beautiful all
wool chenille rug, size 26x60 inches.
Remember this is for Wednesday
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts centle efforts pleasantefforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, bat simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which tbe pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the facti that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness withont debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to gee its oene
licial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that yon have the genuine arti
cle, whieh is manufactured by tbe Cali
fornia c lg syrop la. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is retmlar. laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative.
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Fin stands highest and is most largely
Vised and gives most general satisfaction
That will Grow;
Hess Bros.' store -is
all kinds of seeds.
j HESS BUDS J
This shoe is hand sewed.
Welt extension edge, very
dark rich brown. Twentieth
century style, swellest shoe
in tbe tri-cities. AA to D.
1705 SECOSD AVENUE.
C. C. TAYLOR'S
1717 Sec and At.
Mciniyre-Reck oiy Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
mi Jijico aim witcd.
Large display of bicycle sundries.
Lanterns, all kinds.
Wood rim and tire cement.
Toe clips, etc.
Most of the fair sex are fond of a
few sweetmeats to nible at, even
if the performance is a tragedy.
The sage young man will take
the hint and provide himself
with a box of onr loVely Bon
Bona or Chocolates when on his
way to his sweetheart's residence
the night they intend going to
KOM 2 G US.
We have a box made to represent
an Opera Glass Case which is
filled with fine candy in. place of
a glass. Get one and surprise
your wife, sweetheart or daugh
ter. The box can be kept to
remember you by.
Why not have a brick of three
kinds of Ice Cream at yonr Party
or Dinner. It will please your
company more than anything
yon could serve for desert.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Aye.
1709 and 171 1 Second Arenue, Rock IaUnd, HI
IMPORTANT TRADE EVENTS.
AMONG THE MORE IMPORTANT TRADE EVENTS
" of the week will be the selling here of 40 Moreen
and Sateen Skirts, worth 2 and $2.00. at $1.48; Spring
Capes in handsome styles at f 1.98, $2.98. $3.98. $1.63
and $6.60, worth $3.25. $4. $5.50, $7.60 and $10: Wom
an's Spring Weight Mackintoshes with the new mili
tary cape and handsomely Hned throughout, splendid
and serviceable, $8 Mackintoshes at $5.62. and the
summer Uuderwear. Hosiery and other special tales
mentioned below. Ton ean't afford to miss the op
portunity to supply yeur various needs at small cost.
SUMMER UNDERWEAR BARGAINS.
A cbwm of gunner Cnderwea? U prsrtkaUy a aeeestitr. It tin ke
tllj and chplr dore si these null vriee :
n4c-OM dozen cotton fancy ribbed Vesta, fall Ins (thn and lice. lOe
At 10c Combed cotton Testa, tope and lace neck and arm holes, 15c
vs scat inc. .
At lit Whit and ecrn B pjTilan cotton rests la s variety ef itylcs.
s eeve'esi and ing sleere. fancy taped. Mc raise at 15c
At 18c Egyptian cotton Vest, handsomely silk or plain SnUhed.
value 8c, at I8i
5c A blur dlaplar of Egyrtlu cotton ard Hl Teats bj ecrn and
wblw direct from the mills aud at least two profit saved to yon, high
neck, law neck, V n ck. sleevelee and wing vleevee, all with elesanl
silk nnteh, yoar choice for 4c instead of 3Sc and 4c.
(Special .ot of cotton Union anile, SSe values at ISc. .
At So Good quality, worth VJo. 1
At lOo Nicely tape finished and worth 165.
At lBc-Chaped Vest of Bgyptian cotton, usually BSc
At S5o Verj fine Egyptian cotton Vests, silk finish, worth SSc. -
THE LACE CURTAINS WENT WITH A RUSH
last week. We continue the sale another week
with the addition of some extra special values which
came too late to mention last week. Ton can save
money on Lace Curtains right aow. Tbe offer of a
pole and fixtares with every pair of certains at $1.60 or
over will also hold good this week.
New Iota at mock lees then neaal prleea.
A drive of SO donen fine tilewwn, seal kid. hook at button, black sad
color. $I.SS and Sl.M) qualities srVAc
White aievea in snuerior quality kid, black stitching, yon usually pay
tl & for tbem.but b.re SI.
Kmc rhamotatilnvoe of the beataaea. Instead ef tba usual toe sad
11. IS ralats, only 76 and 87c.
New Hosiery at surprisingly small prices.
40 deaea taa and cream colored Boas, Its raises at To, or feet pairs
For women who wear small sixes we effertt dosen very Sue striped
Hove at the absurdly low price of lOe.
Women's extra fine guace Uemudorf faft blaok, fall, regular Base, Se
Men's prime Bermderf fsst black Hoe. French tarn, double sales and
hih spliced heels. 40c onee at Ht-, or fire pair for f 1.
Are you storing furs, blankets or other winter artsdesf Cat Hulk
Bails la the packing. Price here 4c foe large boa.
MEN'S INDIA GAUZE.
Shlrla sod Drawers, sateen faced, at only run
Men's fine balbrigcaa bUlrti and Drawers, tba SSc value, S0c
Many Handsome Homes
In Rock Island have been furnished from our im
mense stock and its possessors are pleased with their
purchases. We are not experimenting in this busi
ness, but have had years of experience. We know
what the novelties in our line are we buy them
we know what they are worth buy them at prices
that are not exhorbitant and you in turn buy them at
correspondingly low rates. Our
Immense Assortment of Carpets
has never been equalled in the three cities and we
invite comparison. Call and look at our goods and
prices and satisfy yourself. In plain, fancy and sub
stantial furniture we take a back seat for no one and
are anxious to have you investigate. Window shades,
curtains, straw mattings, rugs, novelties in furniture,
and in fact the most complete line in every depart
ment. Give us a call.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
LEADERS IX OUR LINE.
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
Are now prepared to show you the new spring styles in
Boys' and Children's Novelties
THE kind that boys outgrow, but never outwear. While the clothes are never
quite as tough as the bov, that's no reason why they should not have the last
ing, persistent quality which boys r. qure. We have well sewed, well buttoned,
well pocketed boys knee pants suits, splend d wool fabrics in good styles at $2 JO,
$2.95, $H0, $5 to $6.90 .
Some very jaunty styles in sailer and junior suits with yests or shield fronts at
$1.68, $2 50, $2.95 to $5. Long pants suits for larger lads, sizes 14 to 20 years, at
$2.98 to $10, honestly put together with wear-resisting qualities in nobby patterns
and styles. 1
Star Waists, Mothers9 Friend Waists.
We have the satisfying goods at satisfying prices. Will give your money back if you think
Lots of K., S & Co men's suits at $390, $4 90, $6 08 to $10. Sweaters 18c AH wool bicycle