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and a wron 'jlo go aboct buying
1 clothes. Soci: : f opk have only one
idea PRICE--dry find a price that
looks temptinr:'f they buy. The tight
way is to loci fir quality. Find good
doth, good fit cp good making then
look to the F?!sf -
If you look here, ytu will find both satis
factory good qtizkty, rfcht price.
Tale LiM on a Gar-- w r
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Alwayi at Money-saving Prices,
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b: iuttful impoeted vases, bric-a-brac,
Aj ; THE MANY filKDSOME ARTICLES IN
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Paintera o4l Decoraton
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mim wattai auu wests Afc
EAST TO SELECT FROM
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
1703 Second Avenue.
P. 0 Uata8BU ' EL. KOCZ TwTiAwO. OL
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of, Heating Apparatus,
Rtinar. First elaas work
The Popular Expression at Yes-
TEG Cros ETPEOTUALLT EETTLED
Tk TnttkmCytaM by 85 Ti Gat f
f th. CSty-
! et Apt Blalloa. '
Tha people of Rock Itlaad hare
apokea on the much raxed . school
question. .The supreme oonrt of
popular opinion has paaaed opon the
ease of the teachers ra. Sanerin-
Mndent Jsmea E. Ament. . The de
cision haa been reached tkronrh the
onwaTeriDr, onswerrior ioatioa - of
the ballot box, and the teachers have
been upheld. They have been sus
tained, not in an act of insubordina
tion, but 86 per cent of the people
Who employ them hare riren
auction to their appeal from a
board ' which has defiantly main
tained that in the government of the
schools, tyrannical methods, ex
hibition of conceit and insoltinr
conduct shoull preraU. The out
come of yesterday's election ia a re
buke alike to tne superintendent and
to the three members of the board of
education who bare been deroted en.
tlrely to him, to the utter disregard
of the highest and beat interests of
the schools, to say nothing of the
feelinsrs of the teachers who hare
been identified for yeara with their
!rogress and advancement. The de
eat of the Union's pet proposition to
amend the school law is an indica
tion of ita influence in public affairs.
A glance at the returns shows that
the Union-Kinyon proposition to
charge the school law waa anowed
under absut aa badly as Ament, not
that it ia so little worthy of poblie in
dorsement as it will undoabtedlr
carry at a future election, as Thk
Argus has held from the first but
that it was in bad com nan r this
time. On another occasion with the
Union and some of its associates less
conspicuously Identified with it. the
puDiio wiu Nut position to give
it; sanction. .
jibe following Indicates the rote
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571 mi sat
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141 Mi T6
12S 11M 70S
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132 171 850
558 814 34l4
TE1CBKBS BIAB TBI KKTUBHS.
t UduttUl Bn, Km.It. C.b-
arBtmlaUaaa aud fui BtselaUoas.
The teachers in the Rock Island
schools to whom the victory waa of
such intense interest and sig
nificance met laat evening at
Industrial hall where the re
turns were furnished them by bulle
tin from Thk Abo us office aa they
came in from the various wards. In
the meantime the teachers had
elected Mrs. C. L. . Eastman their
chairman fof the evening and Miss
Mary L. Carter secretary. Resolu
tions were presented by Mrs. W. H
Lundy and unanimously adopted aa
Whereas, The result of the school
election today ia a complete vindica
tion oi tne teacnera in tneir opposi
tion to the retention of the present
superintendent; therefore be it
nesoirea, first, mat we, aa a
body of teachers, desire to thank ex
Mayor McConochie for the able man
ner in which he baa presided at the
meetinga where we have perfected
our organization, and for his earnest
efforts exerted in our behalf, and to
Frank Kelly for his efficient service
Second, That we tender to the
Rock Island Abocs and to Mr. Simp-
un, in cny eaitor tnereoi, our earn
est thanks, for their espousal and ad-
ocacy oi our interests, wntcn are
identical with the best interests of
our public schools.
Third. That we. express our ap
preciation and gratitude to true
ricnus wno nave assistea us tn oor
efforts to preserve aod promote the
public sch ol interests of our city.
fourth. .That we will consecrate
ourselves to the work of advancing
mo interests oi tue pa one scnools of
1 Short but happy addresses of con
gratulation were made by the direc-
tors-eiect, u. b. Marshall, K. A. Don
aldson, E. D. Sweeney, President
F. E Robbina. ex-Mayor William
McConochie, Maj. J. M. Beardaley,
Prof. J. E. Gustua. Miss Entrikin.
Miss Wilcox, MisaKirkpatriek, Prin-
cipais w. a. uaisey ' ana L- C.
Dougherty, S. A. Kerns. E. M. Wil
cox and Daniel Corkea.
Principal Douerhertv snoke oartie-
ularly and at greater length than the
o aera in behalf of the teachers, and
his remarks were cheered to the echo.
He alluded to the criaia through
which the rchool system of Bock Isl
and had passed, referred to how the
president of the National Teachers1
association and other diatingaihed
educators had adviaed him in his
travels the peat week that it waa
essential to the highest interests of
the schools that the teachers triumph
ia this controveray. But," aaid
Mr. Dougherty, "there is tomethins
greater at stake here than tha teach
ers or any one man; it is tha achool
sysum. we bare shown in the past
inatwereauae ana recount re that.
We have been identified with the
eehooln of this city, aad we hare
pledge oarselvea to continue ao to
be. We are at the service of the d
Pie at Reek Ialaad aad ia racosiniUon
sTwkst taay ksraaVma for at toelay
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ia utaiaing oa, we ahosll baall
tha xtore faithful to theaa aad to the
caaee of education hero la tha year
that ia to oome. Having by . their
voice said to as that we are ri at.
we should endeavor mora than ever
to ahow that that confidence ia not
When the meeting adiourned a
aaora tired, bat yet a happier assem
blaee of peoole. never broka nn in
Rock Island. : The teachers were
happy, not ao ' much ia the thought
that they had won. but that their
eanae had been jua and deserving of
the indorsement which tha people of
"ut iaiana gave them yesterday.
The result of the election summed
op aa a whole ia a triumph of right
over wrong. The people have spok
en; let us leave the rest to the new
board tn which the public haa xe
poaed its confidence. It ia to Te
hoped that all the discordant ele
ments will pariah with the deatrue
tion or the cause, and as haa been
aaid before, that peace and good
order may be quietly restored in 'the
school system. Tax Abgds, let it be
brief to aay. finds its highest aatis
faction ia having from the first been
identified with a cause in behalf of
the teachers, and their triumph is
ita moat desired vindication.
HOW THINGS DO CHANGE.
kabtoTmasforaurttoa u the Pab
Ila ma SIM. April la.
"The general publio is clad to find
we have a board of education not gov
erned by The Aigub. Such waa the
word that was telephoned to this of.
fice by a lady yesterday, and it re-
necta pnoiio sentiment."
This brave observation appeared
la the Union April 16, two daya af
ter tne reelection ol Supt. Ament by
the board of education and under the
caption "Supt. Ament The Viadic
tiveness Displayed by Thx Arocs
Due to Personal Spite The People
With Him." ,
The people of Rock Island yester
day expressed their opinion both, of
the Union and of Thx Asacs. The
next time that lady telephones the
union sue would do well to con
sult the general publio before ahe
peaks for them.
.U by to. WaysMr.
Norman C. Woodin and Edwin
Mayall are laid up at the home of the
former on First avenue in conse
quence of an attempt to ride from
Peoria awheel and consume the half
ripe fruit of wayside apple trees yes-
wruaj. xne ooys.ieis reotia at 4
o'clock in the morning and made
good progress until Galesbnrg was
reached, when they tarried awhile to
rest np. Tbev resumed their jour
ney and got along nicely until they
spied an apple orchard. It was too
tempting to pass. So they dis
mounted and proceeded to devour
the green product of the trees.
After satisfying their appetites, Jthe
journey- was once more resumed.
but when within about 6 miles of
Milan Mr. Woodin felt that he would
have to give up in f vor of the
appiea. lie Dccame ill and - was
taken to a farm house by his com
panion, who waa not feeling at hia
oesi, eitner. xne farmer hitched np
a team ana took Air. woodin to
Milan, whence he wit taken home
in a buggy. By the time Rock Isl
and was reached Mr. Mayall was also
sick; and now both are in bed, but
their cases are not such as to occa
Tha Lackhart BlapfcaaU.
The herd of performing elephants
coming to tne watcn rower July
rourtn, snouia oe seen by every
man, woman and child in the three
cities. . Their tricks and marvelous
intelligence astonished the thousands
wno saw them in New York, Boston
and Chicago. No idea can be con
ceived of their work. Mo trained
elephants in any circus in this conn-
try can compare with them. They
Busoiuieiy aiana on tneir heads. Mr.
, i . ... v
ijocanan nas proven himself an
equal of the great Hagenbeck. and
elephants do tricks requiring almost
human intelligence. -.
In addition to the performing ele-
pusuts tne watch rower manage
nientoffers on Jnly Fourth a big day
oi enjoyment. .--.Tha .Hungarian
uypsy oana; the big display of Jap
anese fireworks; walking on stilts on
high wire stretched between the two
big buildings by. Prof. Slackey; the
vaudeville performance in connection
with the elephants; and the great
cioaing scene oi tne day, the Egyp
tian nrer carnival, ana nre works
display on the. Rock river. Every
one will be at the Tower July the
The Union formally gives notice
in ita write ap this morning of the
result of the achool election that
previona to next spring's election
sufficient notice will be given of the
submission of a proposition to
change the achool law. The very
people who defeated the proposition
yesterday because the Cnioa waa for
it have already expressed themselvea
laroraoie to it at another time when
it will unquestionably pass if sub
mitted. But if the Union really waats
i to BBcoeea is will leave it alone.
Nothing mora or lean than tha Un
ion's aeal in iu behalf killed it yes
terday. The people were not op-
poaeu id toe iaw, Du tnev ware to
the union's ideaa of achool matters.
The plaasaat flavor, gentle action
and soothing effect of Syrup of Figs,
when in need of a laxative, and If
tha father or mother be eostiva or
biliona. tha moat aratffvlaa nnld
follow ita waa so that it lata bast
tastily remedy kaowa aad avary Cam-
Hvakould'fca.ve a txta
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- Schneider Wed. .
1 FKETTT ' VIZm.! CI2rC3T.
fiapay Taaagt Pate As
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Lyman W. Ellin wood aad. Miss
Henrietta E. Schneider ware married
laat evening at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Cbarlea Oswald oa Twenty
third street aurronndedbv about one
hnadred relativea and iatimata . ac
it , waa aa Ideal- borne weddiag.
The house was ore t til f decorated
ith the prevailing colors of green
and white. Ia tha northwest corner
of the parlor was a handsome floral
oower, across the entrance which
two white aatia ribbona were
stretched. The bower was com
posed of rosea and ferns- la the
hallway to the north the Metropol
itan mandolin orchestra waa ata-
tioned. and at 8 o'clock atruok np the
enchanting atralna of Lohengrin
march. With this the bridal party
began to descend the stairway lead
ing to the patlor. The two little
pages, George Schneider and Charles
Oswald, attired in costumes of white
silk, led the party. They were fol
lowed by the maids. Misses Marie
Liynen and Kathsrine rraler; ana
then came the bride and groom.
Moving toward the floral bower, the
pagea unfastened the silk atrlnga by
which it waa encloaed, atepping
asiae ana allowing the party o aa.
ter. Here the officiating clergyman.
Rev. F. W. Merrell, of the first
Methodist church, waa met, and
then the solemn ceremony waa per
formed. CaataaM of she B.Ma.
The bride waa becomingly attired
in a gown of white aatin and real
lace and carried bridal roses; while
her maids wore green silk with white
organdie. The groom's present to
the brlde,was a handaome diamond
ring. following tha ceremony a
wedding apread waa aerved. Mr.
and Mrs. Ellinwood will be at home
after July 15 at their pretty new
residence on Fifth avenue between
Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth atreeta.
ur. fciiinwood is a traveling repre
sentative oi the Moiine wagon, com
pany and one of the city's exemplary
gentlemen, while hia bride ia a aiater
oi ex-Aid. George Schneider, and a
lady greatly admired in the circles
in which she moves. The bride pre
sented her maids with hat pins and
the pages with gold band ring aa
souvenirs oi ner weaaing.
Yesterday at Uniontown, Pa., oc
curred , the wedding of Hon. H. A.
Ainawortn, oi uoiine. and Miss
Sarah F. Anderson, late president
of the Rockford college. After a
month at the seashore the con pie
will retnrn to Moiine. The groom
is the head of the firm of
Williams, White & Co.. of Moiine.
He was senator from this district to
the legislature in 1885, when John
A. Logan waa United Statea senator,
and held other offices of trust and Is
one of the most prominent men in
mis vicinity, miss Anderson re.
tired from the presidency of the
Rockford . college, - with which she-
had been connected aa pupil, teacher
and president for 28 years, to be
come the wife of Mr. Alnaworth
Arthur Judson and Mrs. Mathilda
Goodman were married yesterday
auernoon at tne home of the bride.
417 seventeenth street. Rev. F. W
Merrell officiated. The groom ia a
carpenter and the bride is a well
known lad v.
The C, R. I. A- P. railway will sell
round trip ticketa to Chicago for
14 97 Jnly 4. 6, 6. 7. aad 8, good to
return until July 12. This redac
tion ia on account of the democratic
national convention and will be the
only opportunity this season for a
low rate excursion to Chicago. Six
fast express trains daily in each di
rection on the' Rock Island route.
Is a big long word but
it. signifies what every
one ought to practice
who would get the beet
for their money. Ia tha
grocery Haa there la a
broad field for discrimi
That are pure and whole
some can only be bought
at fair prions. There ia
- aot a bettor selected
stock thaa oars la town
aad wa invite iaepee.
tioa. Prices are alwaye
fair and caa be relied
' . apoa.
II 1 GOLD
A CLOSING JUNE SALB.
Special ditavs seeaiad far thai
will sell von laatasf Me bmmUb aiM 4b.
M aad see, aasaly trhnaned andaarvieeabla,
(not me trashy kind. )
. Children's 'Drawers .
Made of strictly aood material at 6, T. 8, ie
and ISA, worth jost drabk-.
anna- corset covers. The aood Unas at
13c 14a. lSa. anefc aa Ton" au.llv mv an m.
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Me for. -
TiAritaa mnalln .Mr. at. law i
sold sklrU before at the same price, but not
m well Biade nor such aood muslin. This
lot may not last mote than SnrS days.
Ladies? animdM atmlln .fritf. ith rA
easabrie raffles at 42c Ootid skirls with
terns ana wide embroidery flounce at Mc
Then we show a grirat banpda in aatbrella
aaora, witn very wide cambric.
Cambric Spanish flouoeee at 82c, which
you a taina enean at vi.sa.
Soaeial hamiaa In drlrta mi nn Of i ia
$l.ii, 1.50,rtc r-w..
Here we have great inducentento which
you must come and see. At SSc both laee
ana rume trimmed. You know the material
awno com. more, xes we: this fa aot a
At S7e Mother Hubbard style, yoke, finish
in braid and raffles, always worth 75c
At 8c we sell rood Si axnrna. ana fnr
one day, Tuesday, to fullv launch thh cmt
sale in aood shape we will sell all our ladies'
gowns up to 81.50 for just 7c-7c Take
your pick tot Tuesday at 7c And tor this
aay we wtuteu ear misses' S5e sjowna at
18e and the isaes' SOe gowns at 85c Re-
mem oer inese items are only for Tuesday,
A oUlek mod bra tn ISA nntrhninait Hlm.V ImAtm lmAm !.. n. ... ,a
atiaeeach. No more than two to anr one
Boys' Wash Suits
Ages 3 to 8. Full
J Junior Suits
Ages 3 to 7. Strictly all wool, fancy
cheviots, good patterns, serviceable
, colors and nicely braided, a stylish suit
for the little man at a very little price
1S04 Second Avenue.
HE STUCK TO
CSHTRAI. SHOE STORE, - - '.. - ins SECOVD
Headquarter! for Footwear at Lowest Prices.
Thars how they asswibe ear hwndry work. That's a
Hfeaiaao tha wearer, aad tnaTs bow tt laota,. OarbK)
t la a ssHiSlI
uw "T e K ea yea win saad tt aanlav laaaahT
a aiaawaaalj awlaut aa lam had lack sianaT' j. las aot
Oarai laiiij ai faalaa,oax help t and wo
1 riCkt fUas ea anjsaa or error. COva atevfae
Rczlilctezd Stcan Lzxadry.
To keep np tha cnat erewda In oar aaLi.
ry ai iianatna ana aa iwa all oar trtsn
xu imUr ei4oyedtotheoadoftasasaaat.
wo will, all this wvck, trha free every aa
aad bonaet aeaght at as. aVmessaar taia
week, etx stoya, 6. '
Fret! Free! Free!
outers have a sswoial iatwat ia this aeUta
ot aamsaer di ess goods, anon a reBanllua la
not futdab'e aarwhere else in ania Jooaltty.
Eastern arkeu bare doae their best V s
we have them laid out In aneh temptlaat
array as earely will wta your admiratioa.
The newest, enotoost. naast Cashienahla
detigna oar bayers have foaad this raanai.
Organdies, dlmntoa, awisaea, ew-. tsirawa
out for prumtM bnyers at half the regular
Fa4lcra.8cotch lawna. Se a yard. At
ae a yard Persian lawns, American orraa
dhw, jaenshve&, value 10c. ue aad laa,
this lot all at 8c Genuine Scotch dinlttaa,
value Me to 40c, while they hv ne a
yard, bat harry, the patterns yon want will
eon be (one.
Leas then half price. t,BW yarda wide
creaat oriental laee ao arach tn demand at
aresMit We bought them cheaa and a
sell them quick. Worth SSa, SSe,. afle
oe a yam, enotce ic a yarn, an Me.
Valencennes Laces. -
100 yards new Barrow vaL lace, aa hard
to find, we have them tn great variety at
Uciac, 10c 7c. 5c. and sea yard.
lea eoid It yon wish. Perfection Boot
beer, Perfection Phosphates, aerved spark
ling acd cuoi from the fountain, free to all
castmnm. u.mnri fx. if , nn hu.
blouse, deep sailor
Styles ia floe shoes till everyone
In Rock Inland knows that a pair
ot ahoee from 8chaeidera aaeaao
many months comfort to tha
Schneider's Una shoe are
synoaomoas with quality, com
fort, atyle aad perfect fit. They
are now dlsplayiag a fiae llae of
bicycle, Una la, golf aad aboea
for outdoor a porta of all kiada.
Wa are aow offering soma
great iargslaa fa all klads of
ig our : jsi
patme, Them's whara wa aha.
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