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THE AEGUS, FBIDAY, JANUABY 23, 1903
if it was
1708 Second Ave.
AYE 1IAYK IJOTII T1IONES.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing Lut the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be lirst
class in every respect. If yon are in
need of a set of teeth call and .e our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. Wc never ask you more
than our prices below.
Gold fillings, f 1 and up
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 . . .
Set of teeth, f 5 and up. .
$ 15 set of teeth for . . . .
Office 1607 Second Ave.
I JOCK ISLAND.
Over Speilels Jlriifr Store.
Estate of Lucy R Curtis, deceased
Tbe unders'gbed baring been -appointed ad
tnlnislrator of tbe estai n of Ivjcy R. Curtis,
IaUj ot the county of Rnck Island, s'aie
of Illinois, deceased hereby Five notice
that be will appear before 'ha county court
of Kock Is' and county at the ccurty noun
room, la the city of Rock Inland at the March
probate term, on the first Monday In March neit,
at which time all pemons bviD el las against
aid estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of bavttg the sain
All persona Indebted to said estate a re
fienwa io man unmriiiBtv p.rmsai N U(
Dated this 27 b day of December. A. D. 1902.
Hugh Ccbtis. Adn,tn strctor.
Gesaltt stamped C C C Never sold fa tralfc,
Sevsre of the dealer who tries to sell
'something just as good."
X.MCWnT CATMAWTIC JLS
THEY WANT TO VOTE
Prominent Woman Suffragists to
Boom Their Campaign
WITH SESSI02T OF ORATORY
Points From the Report of the In-
spector of Factories on '
Child Labor Laws.
Springfield. Ills., Jan.23. rroqiineut
womeu of Illinois intend to liutke a
determined effort to induce the legisla
ture to pass a law this session giving
taxpaylu; women the right to vote for
public oflicers connected with levying
and collecting taxes. There will he op
position to the measure, and it will be
vigorous opiiosition, for many of the
members suspect that the legislation
desired is only the opening wedge for
complete equal suffrage. Mrs. Cather
ine Waugh McCulloch. of Chicago, has
arranged for a meeting in the cnpitol
Feb. 4, when the leaders of women's
organizations all over the state will
take the platform and try to convince
the legislators that their sex is entitled
to the privilege or right of partici
pating in an election in which- their
property interests are involved.
Woman Who Will Take Fart.
Among the prominent women who
will make addresses are Mrs. Kllen M.
Henrotin: Mrs. Hannah J. Solomon,
of the Jewish Council of Women: Miss
Margaret Haley, president of the Na
tional Teachers Federation; Mrs. Klla
S. Stewart, chairman of the franchise
department of the X. V. C. T. U.: Mrs.
Klmira Springer, president of the Illi
nois Women'K K'epuWi-nn club: Mrs.
Helen M. IlerTeran, president of the
Illinois Congsvss of Mothers; Mrs. Ca
rey, president of the Catholic Wom
en's I-eagne: Uev. Kate Hughes, presi
dent of the Illinois Kiual Suffrage as
sociation: Miss (.Jraee Heed, of the Klla
K. Young club, of Chicago; Mrs. Car
rie T. Alexander, of Itelleville, trustee
of the state university, representing
the Illinois Women's Itelief Corps; Mrs.
Kva Withee. of the Daughters of He
bocea: Miss Marie HrChni. president of
the Illinois Women's Christian Tem
lKr;im.'e Union: Mrs. Kugene M. l'ucoii.
president of the Illinois Federated
Women's clubs, and Julia Mills Dunn.
Tho Ilill They Want
The bill in which the women are
so deeply interested has been intro
duced in the house by Uepresontativo
Owen, of McLean. Senator , Juul, of
Chicago, has been asked to present the
measure In the senate and is expect
ed to do so next week. "There is no
doubt it would be only fair to give
tax-paying women a chance to vote for
officials who handle their money," said
Juul. "Here is a case in Kint: With
in the last year a wealthy woman of
Chicago came to the county building
to pay her taxes. They amounted to
nearly $14.ik0. 'I have to contribute
that much money to help run the gov
ernment." said she to me in a right
eously aggrieved tone, 'and yet the
Ignornr.t fellow who looks after my
Ktables has more to say about the elec
tion of tax officers than I do. He has
a vote: I have none.' It seems only
just that women who pay taxes should
be allowed to vote for such officials."
RETORT OX CIIILO tAROB
Material Uocrpane I)icoverrl In the Norn
berof Children Employed.
Springfield. Ills.. Jan. 23. Tho tenth
j. mm: 1 1 report of the inspector of fac
tories and workshops for the year
ended Dec. 1T was submitted to Cov
entor Yatos yesterday by Kdgar T.
Davies, state inspector. It says that
21.!!U inspections were mad? during
fhe year, of which 2.i:0 were revisits,
making lf),.V. establishments visited
fin increase over 1!)1 of 2.:Vi!. The in
sectors found rll.!X2 persons employ
ed, an Increase of 27.730 over 1901.
which is evidence of continued prosper
ity. Of the 511,IMr found at work
3!i3.."i0 were men, OJMKJT women and
i!.22." children under the age of HI.
The reiort contains these significant
We have inspected 13 towns and
cities outside of Vok county. It is
gratifying to report a material decrease
In the number of children found em
ployed. The figures of 1!M)2 show a
decrease of 014 from the figures of
1101. This is the first decrease In six
years and the second in the history
of the department In the number of
children totmd at work in Illinois.
"When it is recalled .that in 1101
there were 5.583 more children employ
ed than in the previous year, and that
we report for the year 1902 27.000 more
people employed than In 1901, it would
be natural to expect an increase In
the number of children found at work:
but instead of an Increase we are able,
through the prosperous condition of our
people, and as the result of a complete
and careful inspection of the state, to
gether with a thorough enforcement
ot the law, to report a decrease from
4.1 to 3.7 icr cent, in the number of
children at work."
The following statistics are given
with reference to Cook county: Num
ber of places inspected, 15,592; number
of male employes over 16 years of
age, 277,913; number of female em
ployes over Hi years of age, 82,359;
male employes under 16 years of age,
8.88U;. female employes under 16 years
of age, 6,465; total number of employes
In Cook county, 373,023.
The number of convictions during
the year wa 1.19S. and fines and costs
amounted to 97,537.03. Convictions
were divided as follows: Employing
children under 14 years of age, 104; for
employing children between 14 and 18
years of ag without affidavits, 819; for
employing children between 14 and 10
sears more than ten hours to one dar.
ZttT: for failure to keep posted record
and office register, S; for employing
others than members of immediate
family In living rooms, 2, and for ob
structing deputy, 3. The total number
of defendants in trails for these con
victions were 013.
Whit Inspector Iavlea Thinks In Keeded
Improvement of the Law.
Inspector Davies recommends a lot
of legislation to meet present condi
tions and to properly protect the em
ployer and the employed, such an act
act or an amendment to section 1 of
the present law 'whereby the issuing
of affidavits for chiidrVn over 14 years
will be effective. The present system
of issuing affidavits for children over
14 years has proven an almost total
failure. The number of false affida
vits which show on their face the chil
dren to be over 14, but which In real
ity are held by children much under
this age Is appalling.
. A simple educational test for chih
dren between the ages of 14 and 16
before they are permitted to work is
asked: also an act to prevent the em
ployment of minors under the age of
16 between the hours of 10 p. m. and
0 a. m.; an act prohibiting the em
ployment of minors under the age of
10 at extra-hazardous and dangerous
occupations; an act prohibiting the em
ployment of gh'ls under the age of 10
at occupations the like of which re
quire them to stand all day constant
ly; an act compelling all establishments
where males and female are em
ployed to maintain "separate closets
and retiring rooms; an act requiring
guards ou dangerous machinery, anil
an act requiringsanitary arrangements
and proper ventilation In the factories
and workshops of this state.
Then le wants an amendment to
the penalty clause of the present law,
t.o that a magistrate shall have juris
diction to impose anil line; a new
sweatshop act, or an act licensing the
manufacturer!! of garment or wearing
apparel, said license not to be issued
until after Inspection and not then un
less the establishment is in a good
sanitary condition; an act increasing
the number of Inspectors to a corps
equal to the necessities of the depart
ment, which to enforce the present
laws requires an increase of at least
five, and by the enactment Into law
of the recommendations herein sub
mitted it would lx necessary to in
crease the force at least ten.
The state Inspector also wants an
act increasing the salary of the assist
ant chief inspector to $1,250, and the
salary- of the deputy inspectors to $1,
000. Illinois pays her Inspectors for
work done less than any stale in the
Union having factory inspectors.
TWO CIVIL. SERVICE MILLS
llflerence Ilotween Measures Over Which
Fight Is Expected.
Springfield. Ills.. Jan. 23. One vZ
the first fights In the legislature will
be over a merit law to apply to all
the state institutions. Two bills are
now pending one fathered by the Il
linois Civil Service Reform League, the
other drawn by the special commis
sion appointed by Oovcrnor Yates. K.
A. Itaiieroft and J. II. Hamline. of
Chicago, ami Dr. Taylor, head of the
state institution at Watertown. are
here in the interest of the bill pre
sented by Ihe commission. Robert
Mather, F. W. ItuII and one or two
others were hero earlier in the week
to urge the bill of the state league.
There are three essential and im
portant points of difference between
the bill of the governor's commission
and the state league. In the first place,
the exemptions under the league bill
amount to j Tactically nothing. Kven
the suiH'riitteudcnts of state institu
tions are placed in the classified serv
ice and beyond the control of the gov
ernor and his state boards. The gov
ernor's commission in its bill exempts
more liberally, but the difference is a
total of not more than twenty-five posi
tions. These, however, take in the
heads of the institutions, thus making
rfhe. governor absolutely responsible for
the administration of all of the insti
tutions. The "sixty-day" feature, which has
been the big loop-hole In the civil serv
ice law for Chicago, is urged by the
league bill, but is eliminated by the
governor's commission. Under the bill
proposed by the governor's commission
all appointments must be made direct
ly on a merit basis. The governor's
commission has also Inserted pro
visions which makes it Inqmssible for
any man to be pa hi by the state Mho
has not actually performed the services
for which he Is carried on the roll.
POLITICS IN THE HOUSE
Sherman Men Feel Inn Iletter Miller Still
at Committee Work.
Springfield. Ills., Jan. 23. The Sher
man men In the house are in better
spirits" than they were a week ago.
Some of the Sherman adherents say
the opiositio:i has promised them a
fair deal In committee assignments,
and in many cases the pledge has
brought about a more friendly feeling.
One rccult of the drawing together
of the factions is suspension of the
war over the rules, which loomed up
a few days a?;o. It is said the house
will adopt the Sherman rules made two
"Shears ago. and the amendments' de
manded by the Sherman camp will
not be pushed at this time. The un
derstanding is that the basis of the
truce Is a promise on Speaker Miller'a
part that he will grant a roll call when
ever It Is demanded.
Speaker Miller remained at the eap
Itol yesterday to contluue his work on
the committee tslule.
Educate Tom Bowels With Cmscaxsts.
Cswly Cfttbsrtte, euro oonsttpntlon forersr.
tOo.abr. L G. itiLt druggists reXund mouej.
Mrs. I. S. White entertained a large
company of her lady friends at cards
Miss Lillian Cox, daughter of I. F.
Cox, was pleasantly surprised at her
home last evening by 50 members of
If. C. Cleaveland camp. Sons of Vet
erans, and the Ladies' Aid society,
who brought along well filled baskets,
the contents of which were done jus
tice to at the" conclusion of seeral
hours of amusement, including songs
and instrumental music.
The Hock Island Journeymen lar
bers' union Xo. 113 has issued invita
tions to its fourth annual ball to be
given at Industrial hall Thursday eve
ning, Feb. 12. The committees in
charge are: Arrangements, William
IJeiscnroth, Leo Ycr.mere, I'. W. Wil
liamson; reception, John 1'urk, M.
Salyard. U Markland. Kd Stader, L.
Ihrig. (i. P.iehl. J. liurchard, F. .1.
Waddell. W. Weisler, Kd Olson. F. W.
Jackson, J. Miller; floor, William Dei
senroth. Halph Iglehart, Leo Ver
mere, Kmil Olson, W. H. Keeley. Joe
Deispnrotli, Allen Pratt, Henry Dres
sen, W. II. AUiim.
The second annual ball of Tri-City
lodge, 017. llrotherhoou of locomo
tive Trainmen will be held at Indus
trial hall Friday evening, Feb. G.
Public notice is hereby given to all
persons interested that the under
signed, Tri-City Hallway company,
wtl. at a meeting of the city council
of the city of Hock Inland, to be held
at the city council room, Feb. 2, next,
at the hour of s o'clock p. in., present
a petition to said city council praying
that it will grant to the undersigned
the right to construct, operate and
maintain, for a period of IM) years, a
single or double track electric street
railway, with the usual and necessary
appurtenances and applicances, to
run its street cars upon, along-, over
and across the following streets and
avenues in said city f Hock Island,
Commencing at a point on Kigii
tceuth avenue, in said city, at the
southern terminal of Twenty-second
street, where the present right of"
way for a loop street car line termi
nates; thence east on Eighteenth av
enue to and opposite a jxiint on said
avenue which would be Twenty-fifth
street if said street was extended
south to said avenue from its present
southern terminal; thence north
across Fifteenth avenue and down
Twenty-fifth street to Thirteenth av
enue; thence across Thirteenth ave
nue, following saicl Twenty-fifth
street through the curved ravine to
Ninth avenue; thence west on Ninth
avenue to Twenty-first street; thence
north on Twenty-first street to Sixth
avenue; thence west on Sixth avenue,
using the present street car line to
Twentieth street; thence mirth on
Twentieth street to Fourth avenue,
connecting there with the street car
lines at that point.
Dated Hock Island, 111.. Jan. 21. 1 .)(:!.
THI-CITY HA1IAVAY COMPANY.
V.y James F. Lardncr, Secretary and
Not a dollar need be paid until
you're cured. Oct a package of Hocky
Mountain Tea. If it fails to make you
well, and keen you well, it don't cost
a cent. U3 cents. T. II. Thomas' phar
Neglect of a Cough or Sore
.Throat may result in an
Incurable Throat Trouble or
Consumption. For relief use
Noihiag excels this simple
remedy. Sold only la boxes.
Yovi'll Find It Here
and Vegetables always on hand,
line of fancy ami staple Grocer
ies. A full line of fresh Fruits
and eVgetables always on hand.
Celery. Green onions.
Parsley. Head Lettuce.
Soup Bunches. Kp Plant,
Cauliflower. Wax Beans,
SpanfHb onion Spinach
Eating anrt Cooking Apples
Poultry a.nd Fish.
DresRed Chickens. Fresh Fish
Turkevs. Ducks. Geese.
Canned Oysters. Bulk Oysters
Lobsters. Shell Oysters.
1620 Setond Ave. Phon 1031.
Estate of John W. Lawhesd, deceased.
The undcrslirnea haTing oeen appointed
eiecutrlx of tbe last will and testament of
John W. Lwhed- lte ol the county of Book
islsnd. state of Illinois, deceased, herebj
gives notice that Bbe will appear before
the county court of Rock Island county, at
the oounty court room. In tbe olty of Kock Isl
and, at the March term on tbe first hob
day In March next, at which time ail per
sons bavin h claims ag-ainst said estate are no
tified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the aame adjusted.
All persona Indebted to paid estate a-e re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Latd tola 7tn day of JauuaryA. D- 19ns.
Sakah E. Uwbmd, Execut'U.
Doctors Say That Every Human Ache is Rhsiimatic The Seat of Rheumatism is in the
Kidneys. Keep the Kidneys Healthy and Rheumatism Will Disappear.
YOUR ICEDEYS ARE DISEASED
A TRIAL, nOTTI.K OF T11K WOKI.D'S fittEATITsT
Kl IN KY t'l'HK SENT AIISKI.I TELY FKEK 'IO EVERY
KKADKK !' THIS H M'Eli WHO
HI KKERS FKOM KIDNEV,
BLOOD DISEASE. - C9iH'.
A. i I , IV. IllJ.ALILfUlk WA
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bottle will be sent absolutely free, postpaid. Al.so a valuable medical booklet which tells all itiMxu, h- diseases of t h- Kidneys, I.:v r
ind Madder with a prescription for each diicK.-ic, and many of the thotisarids of tPstimt"ials r 'eeived da'ly from grateful piiJk-nts w)i ,
have been cured by Warner's Safe Cure. All you have to rio is tr write Warner's Safe Cur'.- i!!ip3ny, iioel.cotcr, 2C.Y., t.nil ucn"..c.
liavin read this libtrai ctl'cr i:; this paper. The genuineness of this o.Tcr is fully gusranteuil by th; jeaulisher.
Everybody knows what a shoe sale means with ns it's prennine it's
just what wo. advertise and nothing else. We don't have so-called shoe
sales every 10 days, hut we do have a sale at this time of the year, and
forget about Cost Price i'or 10 days and clean out all broken lines of
G. A. PRICE. Proprietor.
Jaciscn. Hurst & Stafford, Attorneys.
etate of Illinois. f
Rook Island County, l""
In the Circuit Court of said county. In
ctaneerv Foreclosure No. S01"
Home lt'i fling As Loan association of Rock
Island, vs Jnho Greim, irederika Greim. and
tdward 11. !ujer.
Notlee is hereby given, that by Tlrtue of
decree of said Court, entered In the above
entitled cause on the latn day of December,
A.. D. 1W3 i sbaU. on Saturday, the sev rub
day of Febtuary. A. U, H3, at tbe bourof
two oclock In the afternoon, at the
eas door of- the Court House, In the
City of Rock Island. In aid County of
Rock Island, to satisfy paid decree, sell at
public vendue to the highest, bidder for
cash in band. tbt certain parcel of land
situate In the. County of Rock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
follow, to-wlt: . .
Lot No. Thirty-tive (35) in Guyer 3 First (1st)
addition to tbe City of nock islai d
Uated at Mollne. Illinois, this Eighth day or
Januaiy, a. 1., H'J3.
Waltur J. Entikii.
Manter In Chancery, Kock Island County. I I
Jackson. Hukst it STArroHi', Complainant a
Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys.
otwe 01 lli'nols, - i
Rock Island County. (
In the Circuit Court of 9ld county. In chan
cery. Foreclosure. No. 60-Si
Florence K. Kussell,
tary H. Rowland and Mrs TJ. N. DcVere.
Notice Is- hereby irtven tbat by virtue of a
decree of salo Court entored In the above en
titled cause, on the 12th day of Novem
ber. A. I)., IMi, I Rhnil. on Saturday, the
Thirty-first day of January. A. D., 1W'3,
at tbe hour of two o'clock' In the atter
oojn, at the east dorr of tbrt Court House,
In the City of hoc Island, In said County
of Kock Uiand, to satisfy said decree, sell at
public rendue to the b'-prefct bulrier; for
Ci b in band, these certain parcels of .land
situate Id the County ot Kock Island, and
tate Of Illinois, Known and described " aa
Ixjts No. Two (i. 'Three (3. Four (4) and
Five (i). in JJlock No Ten (iu In tbe village
Hated at Moilne, Illtttoii, thla Thlrt eth day
of Uecetaber, A. D , 102
W. J. JT.NTRIKIN,
Master In Chancery. Rock Island County. TU.
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weak ami tbe result will le a breakilown of the ceneral health, with Jiriiriit".!
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TRIAL BOTTLE FREE-
Men's $5.00 Shoes
Clean 'em out.
Notice llie styles in our cast
window Men's shoes worth
up to $3.50.
I'.UOKKX I.OTT: Ton many kinds to iiiote them all lure,
look in Ihe windows and on t he bargain counters.
lMJOKKX LOTS Too manv I'.ovs. Misses' and Chil lien's.
1721 Second Avenue.
Need not be
The same water is used over
and over again to operate
Hot Water and
Only a few gallons need to
be added during a season.
Thousands of Men and Women
Have Kidney Disease and Do Not
Know It Until It Has Developed
Into Bladder Trouble, Rheuma
tism, Diabetes or Bright's Disease,
Which Will Prove Fatal If Not
Attended to Promptly.
Tains in the small of the bark, painful r!""5'"!" C
r.rine. intlainmution of the blahlT, tjrpi'! iixt r.
Cloudy urine, pains in the back of the l:ial nnt
neck, rheumatic pains arid swellinps all ovcrtleboty,.iauii'lire:-ii'l
eczema tell you your l:"ulnoys are dis-asl and are not eI1o to do
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should be taken to stop th progress of the dispose and prcvens it
becoming chronic and pregnatiiig the entire systcai.
IF III DGUBT fMKE THIS TES
$.5.60 prades -
of this Sale.
Phone Union 112
Myers S Co
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