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TILE ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1902.
YOU ARE TO BLAME
If the goods you bought of an unrelia
ble firm are not as represented. Why
not buy your Fvirnitvire. Carpets.
Rvigs. Stoves, etc., from a firm
whose reliability and square dealing
business methods are known to
everyone? Honest goods at the low
est prices that can be placed upon
them are only to be found here.
We never misrepresent
our goods vj
No trovible to show ovir
stock. Come In..
CLEM ANN (l SALZMANN
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.
; ' '
M llvv'i iUtriu .:
Don't make a mis
take in buyingyour
Overgoat or suit
before seeing what
we are showing in
Co. and L. Adler
Bros. 6c Co's. finest
ready - to - wear
in these makes: -
$16.50 to S35.00
Suits . .
S16.50 to $27.50
Jxist around the
COPYR"M' eQ BR0&..
:ROCK ISLAND. ILL
WILL HOT ARBITRATE
Union Electric Telephone Com
pany Wants Men to First
Return to Work.
READY TO OPEN
Luncheon to lie Served
Quarters Thursday of
A meeting' of the Indies to complete
arrangements for the luncheon to lie
LATTEB ANXIOUS FOE SETTLEMENT given by the board of directors to the-
Noonday liest association Thursday
Appoint Member or Committee and
Ask Kmployers to Name
Negotiations for a settlement be
tween the Union Klectrie Telephone
& Telegraph company ami its striking'
employes have struck another snag
ami the difficulty seems as far from
an adjustment as ever. This moriiin
a committee representing the men
called at the company's offices and
in accordance ' with an agreement
among the employes at a meeling
held , last evening, announced that
they-Mere willing to arbitrate accord
mg to the terms of the agreement
under which they had been working;
that the men hail appointed their
member of the board and asked the
company to name another, the two.
failing to agree, to name a third.
inc omcers 01 tne company an
nounced that they were willing to ar
bitrate, but they insisted that tin
men return to work at once pending
the announcement of a linding by the
iHiard. 1 he committee representing
the employes withdrew for instruc
tions, lirst giving as their personal
opinion that the men would refuse to
consider such a proposition.
Company Gives Side
-s n now stands me company, ac
cording to statements given out at
headquarters, holds that the agree
mem iinuer which tnc ariiitration is
proposed to be conducted docs not
take into account a cessation of ac
Indies during the hearing of the
isc; and further that there is noth
ing to arbitrate while the men are
not working. J tie omcers say they
are perfectly willing to take their
anse before the cop!e and be judi
ed according to the merits of their
ise. It is claimed that the fact that
the men did not return to work now
is an inn ica , ion tnat tnev do not in
tend to abide by the decision of tin
board if they do not like the finding.
fhe men. on the other hand, say
they have no assurance that thei
ase will be arbitrated if they return
to work at once anil tnat they nreter
have the difficulties solved before
going any further.
I hey claim, too, that committees
representing their organization re
pcateiiiy called upon the company
mi sought adjustment of the griev-
inocs before the strike occurred, but
m each instance they were sent awav
without any satisfaction.
will be held at the rooms over Hlakes
lee's studio tomorrow at n o'clock.
the Noonday Jiest rooms will be
ready for nse .Thursday, and t
board of directors takes pleasure in
inviting all members of the associa
turn to participate in a luncheon
which will be given that day from 11
After Ihursday the rooms will be
pen for the regular luncheons. .e
Uive membership tickets can be secur
ed at the rooms lliursdav by those
who have not yet secured them.
LICENSES ISSUED SO FAB,
t 1 I . 1 1 .a
vv lien ine order requiring tlie clos
ing of saloons at midnight went into
fTcct some months ago there was a
itd protest from saloonkeepers ami
nners wno cianncii tnat tne business
would suffer and that the city's reve
lines would be depleted by the failure
f saloonkeepers to renew their li-
enscs at the end of the half year.
So far there have been ill saloon Ii-
enses issued since Nov. 1 ami two or
uiree more win proiiably be taken
ut. During the last six months there
live been ill saloons in operation.
This leads to the conclusion that
it her the saloonkeepers were unduly
larmcti or that tin rule requiring
midnight closing is not being enforc-
I s vigorously as it was at first.
i nose wno nave taken out licenses
recently are 1 I. ITaff. T. Von
llecke, (ieorge l.chrens, Robert
Shannon, Herman Hanker, C'harlc.
Mcllugh. .Mike Driscoll. Simon Lewis.
oseph llol.hammcr. Nick Spoo. Max
iiciiricu. v. i'. vviisoh. i luiilcs
irumes. .lolm .fohnstou. John (Irogan.
d Kautz. ,
Landlord Y . O. Negus, of the Unci
Island house, is in I'hicago.
? f -..
.miss .nice au.-. i union, Jowa
is visiting .miss 1'iorciiec I imberlake
At the Harper W. N. Nyc, l'coria
1. J. .Mcvianau. .ncw ioik; .. r . .Mor
ton, Chicago; Y. I). Kainsav, Morri
son; 1 . .". hteele, 1 ndia uapolis; . 1!
llamill, Indianapolis; II. II. Dahn, Chi
cago; i. i,. ftmitn, iiear.lstown: K. .1
loliiison, ncardstown: II. C. Haxter
Chicago; V. V. Smith, Chicago; C. 1!
Atkinson, Newbury; A. W. Hoyden
Shetlicld; (.. V. Hoyden, Sheflield; A I
len N. Nye, Peoria; (ieorge K. Hart
man, Chicago; Harry 1'. Hrown, (Jen
eseo; (1. K. ickst rum. Moline; I.. M
Magill, Moline; John Sliaud. San An
tonio; A. Dun, Philadelphia; Y. T
litird, Chicago; .M. A. Curney, Chiea
go; ii. .1. MieUy, . oik; U. Nan
Horn, Chicago; (i. j. Ilaekins, Chica
go; .1. -M. Mum, tineago; a. l. Miear
man, I'reempt ion; J. M. (iiind. Kree
port: Uobert K. oodson. St. Louis
.i. I.. iiuibert, i nicago; ,. n. mioses
New York; Charles !' ranee, Chicago;
Uoland Dlivcr, l'coria; Albert (iillig,
IVoria; H. S. Hatch. Chicago; IJ. I'.
Milligan and wife. Chicago; II. H
I'uehn, Chicago; I. I', trreenwooil
New York; C. II. l'aull. St. Louis; D.
V. Walters and wife. Wyoming. III.:
K. C. Sherman, Chicago; William J
Harry, Chicago; (ieorge Traincl, I'hi
cago; l narles l. I'.ngeimann. t nicago;
W. L. IJoss, Chicago; Hen New hall
Chicago: F. Lobdell, ( hicago.
At the Harms (I'uropcan) !'. L.
I-M wards, IVoria; F. M. Kllis. t hica
go; t ieorge is. .Milton. I eona: i liarie:
1. lloagg. I hicago; I.. .1. .MeMahaii.
New York; J. Ileymanson. Chicago;
T. K. Iloberts, Chicago: W. I. Coast
nd wife, Iowa Cily; C. Kittridge. Chi
cago; t ha lies vipperman. M. Louis;
J. M. St urn, Chicago; W. A. Merri
held. Frceport; v. A. llanee. Free
port; J. Dry fuss. C hicago; O. F. Spald
ing. Oshkosh, 'is.; Henry Drews
Oshkosh. Wis.; (ieorge . (iunder. St,
Louis;. Cha rles 1. Kngelmaiin, Chica
go; .1. . relersoii. (.hicago.
At the Hock Island A. Henry. Ne
York; (ieorge W. Tarvellv, New York;
J. F. Sims. Chicago; .S. K. (ireene
Sterling; James D. liaise, rdooming-
lim; H. W. Long, Chicago; F. 15. Cal
iver, Chicago; A. II. Hughes. Aledo?
II. W. Lee, l'coria; John J. Kennex'
foledo; C. S. Sjicers. Cedar Kapids
Hugh Hcid. What Cheer, Iowa; A. W
Hlakewcll, Columbus Junction, Iowa
MAJ. TOWNSEND TO READ
PAPER AT RIVER CONVENTION
Maj. C. Mel). Townscml. of this city.
who has charge of the improvement
f the upper rhcr, will read a paper
tomorrow cxening before the water
ways convention at Ouincy. The dele
gation that has been selected to rep
resent Hock Island on that occasion
is composed of Mayor Knox,
vis, (.apt. .lonn ft reeM us.
liam II. Whisler ami All
S. S. Da
The remains of Julius J. Krcll were
laid away this morning at Chippian-
noek cemetery. Services were con
ducted at the home. 51.1 KIcvcnth
street, by Kev. K. U. Williams, pastor
of the First Methodist church, who
was assisted by a quartet composed
of Miss Carpenter. Miss Udders, Prof.
I-'. L. Philbrook and J. A. Johnson. A
large concourse of sorrowing friends
of the family was present, and the
Hock Island Cadets, of which deceas
ed wns captain, attended in a body.
The floral tributes were profuse and
beautiful. The pallbearers were Ches
ter Cralle, ' Hen Hloehlingcr, Paul
Nichols, Harry 'Limiblom mid Clar
ence McHride, of this city, and W. H.
Sass, of Davenport.
The jury went out at noon in the
rape case of Aaron damme, or .Monne,
and late this afternoon no verdict
had been reached.
This afternoon the trial of Charles
Hruhn, charged with the wholesale
theft of cigars while in the employ
of Henry Dart's Sons, was begun.
Notice to Men
You need n suit or an overcoat- for
this fall or winter; why don't yon go
where you get the accommodations?
We make suits and overcoats and
trousers from the best of woolen
goods; we also guarantee a first class
fit, and the latest style; all you have
to do is to pay a week. e also
employ union tailors, (live ns a trial
ami we will give you the very best
atlsfactioii. Call nt -'7 Urady street,
room o, uavenport, low a.
Dr. A. W. W'oodwar.l, one of the
most eminent medical practitioners
of the homoeopathic school and
brother-in-law of Don 15. Shaw, of
this city, died at his home in Chicago
Sunday afternoon, of dropsy. His
wife, who survives, was formerly Miss
Nellie Shaw, daughter of the late
Marshall Shaw. Dr. Woodward was
n veteran of the civil war,' taking up
the study of his profession immedi
ately after the close of that conflict
and practicing with distinguished
success till two years ago.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Larson, U09 Kigntn are-
... . , 1 l,r..wl
nue, died vesteruay ami "' ."...v..
this morning at
9 o"cltck at Calvary
What to IK Vntil th Ioctor Arrive.
"One of my children was taken with
cramp colic ind so lie red severely,
savs S. 15. Klz.ee, of .Monet t. Mo. "1
telephoned for a doctor, then gave a
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Itemed v. and a', few
minutes later a second dose. IJefore
the doctor came the child was reliev
ed." For sale lv all druggists.
APPROVAL IS GENERAL
OF the Position That Change
Control of County Democ
racy is Necessary.
PARTY MEMBERS EXPRESS VIEWS
itlt One Accord in Approbation of
the Attitude of The
-Many have been the earnest, ex
pressions of approbation that have
come to The Argus today from rep
resentative democrats on every han
anent tlie position taken by tins pa
per last evening of the necessity of
change in the general direction of the
party's affairs in Hock Island county
lliese messages which have come bv
word of mouth, by telephone ami by
mail, are. it need hardly be said, ex
tremely gratifying to The Argus.
"There is a rallying signal in what
The Argils has said." savs one letter.
"Let it be heeded."
I he misplacing of party contro
in Hock Island county was due enJ
tirely to indifference," says another.
"Let the party arouse itself and place
the right men on guard. No single
man should assume, much less be
given tlie control of the party in the
couifty. It is high time the party was
asserting itself in Hock Island coun
I to th Timely and Proper.
i lie stana taken ov l lie Argus is
both timely and proper," said a lead
iug democrat who came to The Argus
ollice to express his appreciation.
"The democratic party must heed
what has been said if it would com
maud the confidence and support
tlie people iicrcaltcr, declared ano-
And these are but a few samples of
the expressions that have been given
in view of the attitude of The Argus
as to what is for the best interests of
the party in the matter of its future
FARMER'S TEAM RUNS
AWAY ON SEVENTEENTH
A team belonging to Adam MeHur-
ney. wno resides in Howling, took
fright this morning while Mr. McHur
ney was driving south on Seventeenth
street and started to run. living un
able to stop them the driver pulled
them into a telegraph pole ami they
brought up with a jerk, but with
small damage. I.efore being stopped
1..1 . .
iiowcver. tne wagon caugnt a bmrirv
belonging to Harris V Taylor, which
was hitched in front of their grocery
tore, and dished the bind wheels.
Justice Schrivcr yesterday granted
continuance in the case of Fred
Holmes. of Kast .Moline. arrest-
I oh a peace warrant sworn out by
Lila Snow, who avers that he made a
too free display of his razor. Hoth
the parties to the affair arc colored.
fhe ease will be heard Wednesday ev
Mrs. Julia Sehrciner has reportc
the theft of a hall chair from tin
i ron i porcii at Her resilience on
A iiantity of metal articles have
mm ii taken from the tent left by the
Oppenheimer Carnival company at
rweiity-fourth street and Fifth ave
Sheriff O. F. Drew, of ()shkoh.
Wis., today took to that city llenrv
Drew, who has been in the employ of
the Hock Island Sash Door worl
ind who is wanted to answer to a
-erious charge preferred by an Osh
kosh voting w oman. Drew was arretted
1st evening by Night Captain Mc
abe. Last evening the Hock Island police
received a telegram from the chief of
police of .Sterling stating that the
son of W. A. Johnson, a railroad man
upposed to reside in this city, was
held at that place and asking that the
ather be notified in order that he
might send for him. It was learned
that the parents reside in Moline and
the message was delivered there.
Violet Saunders was conveyed in
the ambulance this morning from the
(iermania house, at. Twentieth street
nd First avenue, to St. Anthony's
Harry King was removed from the
ospital to his home, 517 Twentieth
Mr. DeMotte was taken to the hos
pital from "710 Sixth avenue.
Uttle Colds" neglected thousands
of lives sacrificed "etcry year. Dr.
Wood's Norway l'ine Syrup cures Ut
ile colds cures big colds too, down
to the very verge of consumption.
news all the time The
I.nrk in Thirteen
I!y sending VI miles William Spirey,
f Walton Furnace. Vt., got a box. of
Hucklcn's Arnica Salve, that wholly
cured a horrible fever sore an his
Nothing else could. Positively
urcs bruises, felons, ulcers, erup
tions, boils, burns, corns and piles.
Only 23 cents, (iuarantecd by Hartz
& Ullemeyer, druggists. .
THIRD AVENUETHROUCKTO SECOND
TTIIEllE'LL be bargains in abundance liero tliis week'
wherever you turn. Oar buyers have scoured the
bargain market and you can't help saving money this
week. Explore the store it pays. '
At Almost No I'rice at All.
.fUll millinery buyer has taken ad
-vantage of the market to
make a millinery scoop some
of the. results are noted below.
Children's round felt hats all colors
worth, mostly, oOe "ICi
any of them for IUC
Children's 2.1c cloth Tarn O'Slianter
fancy braid Iflr
trimmed I UC
Ladies and children's trimmed walk
ing hats worth up to $1.. QQ
grab'eni ijuick OSJU
Ladies line French felt, walking hat
newest styles and worth up to
each take your pick G-C5Q
Licensed to Wed
Edward L. Moody Fruitland,
Miss Verna H. Huinmery. Fruitland,
There is no cough medicine so popu
lar as Foley's Honey and Tar. It con
tains no opiates or poisons and never
fails to cure. All druggists.
Diphtheria relieved in twenty min
utes. Almost miraculous. Dr. Thom
as' Eclectric Oil. At any drug store.
Ladies tailor made hats like cut
black and colors this season's best
styles very chic
An abundance of other millinery
bargains, come as promptly as you
4.,c 3 He. 50c a I'alr.
Entire fall importation of finest
makes of (iermaii and Scotch Golf
Gloves, including all the fancy hand
somest fancy color combinations as
well as plain scarlet, cardinal, wine,
navy, white, black, gray -and mode
shades are now 011 sale. You might
pay more money, but you could not
obtain better tpialities than these
at choice of all ladies and misses
The Reatdy-to-Wear Dept.
While they last Ladies' plaia
black hose, with ribbed tops
and plain black and white feet -all
lhat are left of two desirable lots.
to close them quick we say
llh all at per pair
98c OLid $2.50 Dress Goods
Samples for lor. 1.1c ami 'Or Kaeh.
PKOUAULY the most uniipie dress
goods sale we have ever held the
most striking values it has been
our good fortune to secure for
our customers in the dress
goods line will be ready on Tuesday
morning at "J o'clock, and 011 sale
while the lot lasts.
TRAVELER'S SAM PLES,
ranging from half yard to
yard and a half lengths ot the linest
imported and domestic dress fabrics.
IN roost cases there are from two to
m. eight samples of a color and
quality. These we will have sewed
together in bunches, so that you will
find enough for cither a whole dress.
waist or cliiM s uress 111 most every
a , .. . f 1 ! 'a
color aim styie 01 oress laoric ma:ie
this season P.ROA DC LOTUS, VENE
TIAN'S. CHEVIOTS. PRCNELLAS,
MISTRALS. POPLIN.S, HENRIET
TAS. HASKETCLOTHS, A LHAT ROSS,
DROP DE ALMA. MELROSE. CANVAS
CLOTHS. VOILES. ZEHELI.NES.
SNOW FLAK E Sl'lTlNGS. and an
endless variety of exquisite fancy
All goods that are worth by the yard
from $1, to $2.."V() your choice of
these samples, at 20e,
Ma.nufa.ctiers Sa. triple
Curtains a.t Half.
lace curtains cord Arabi-
conl. Marie Antoinette.
Hat t etibiirg ami Nottingham cur
tains, sample ends as they arc called
of .fj, .fl, $,-. $0. $7, $S, cur
tains, choice of all at, each
tise, 75c, .Hie, 2."c and....
Tuesday and Wednesday at 2:r!() p. 111.
ladies heavy dongolu shoes, pat
cut tips, heavy soles, military heels
made oh up-to-date lasts for one.
hour, at 2:. "(i
each da y
All week Whit m ore's celebrated
French gloss shoe polish,
, per Lot tie
Lambs' wool slipper sides for the pop
ular crocheted slippers genuine
sole leather bottoms low prices
for these. 20c, 22e
litis week these are samples
if von like them try some more
adies smartly tailored dre:
walking suits in a variety of
and styles -you'll get
chance at. these
adies' dress ami walkiii
several line slxfes they
are very cheap ;if
adies silk waists in smart natty
styles you'll see these only oneo
this season at
Ladies petticoats of line, black, mer
cerized cloth --made to sell at $2..10
we cut 1 lie price in two
Ladies tennis night gowns made in
full sizes in pretty stripes anil
worth I'M for this time
Ladies Uceced flannelette waists
made from French flannel patterns
worth T.ic S dozen
('.() go at
'hildren's dresses well made in pret
ty childish styles ages 2 to 11 years
Remember Tuesday at
while they last, choice
'.1 o'clock and
10c, loe and
Ca.rpets and Furniture.
RICES like these should con
vince everyone. t hat this store is
he place to spend your money.
Smyrna rugs all wool. -1x7 feet, the
.." and ST.."0 sizes this
week while they last.,
Sultana CarMts .'..lit yards, new
weaves, Krusscls pattern, oriental
styles while they last,
Mattings fancy patterns Ql
Chinese, per yd OjO
Cotton effects, cotton warp mattings
fardiniere stands o;ik, octagon top
Cmbrella stands polished oak, metal
pan one for a
Hainhoo corner chairs very pretty
and comfortable new shipment
One case line brown sheeting ".
yards wide lfiVc quality
while it lasts, yd
And justly so, of every
garment we sell that
bears this lalxd. W'c have
jet to hear of a single
dissatisfied customer of
Once yon wear them j-ou will wear no other make. You will ap
preciate the style, fit and exquisite tailoring of the garments
throughout. There is a mighty satisfaction in having your
friends say ''your clothes always look right and in good taste."
You will not onlj' feel more comfortable in S'ein-Bloch Clothes,
but will practice practical economy because -Slcin-Hlocli Clothes
last twice as long as the ordinary "ready made,1'' or cheap "mer
chant tailor" sort. Why not see us for your Fall and Winter
Suit and Overcoat?
1804 Second Ave., Rock Island. 207 W. Second St., Davenport.