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THE AB&XJB, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1903.
Cold .Ar Decend
Warm jA.tr M.ie
WHEN TWO AIRS OP DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES
COME IN DIKECT CONTACT WITH EACH OTHER IN AN
ENCLOSED SPACE, THEY FORM A CONDENSATION Olt
MOISTURE, AND MOISTURE IN A 11 E F R I ( J E R A TO 1 i
WILL NOT KEEP FOOD PURE. WHEN ICE IS PLACED
ABOVE FOOD IX A REFRIGERATOR, THE WARM AIR
RISING COMES IX DIKECT CONTACT WITH THE COLD
AIR DESCENDING, THEREBY FORMING A CONDENSA
TION AND MAKING AN IMPURE BOX. EXAMINE THE
CONSTRUCTION-OF AN "AUTOMATIC" REFRIGERATOR
AND BE CONVINCED THAT IT IS
he Only Perfect Refrigerator
on tKe Market.
THERE IS NO CONDENSATION IN AN AUTOMATIC,
AS THE COI.D AIR ENTERS THE BOTTOM OF THE BOX
AND FORCES THE WARM AIR TO THE ICE, WHICH
CLEM ANN SALZMANN
Cor. 2d Ave. arid 16th St.
Cool as Iceberg
In Hot Weather.
We offer you the best
selected stock of cool
Crash Coasts an d
Pants made by Alfred
Benjamin (l Co.,
Shirts, none better. All
styles with separate
cuffs and cuffs attached.
StraLW Meets, the most ""
stylish in the city.
all the best makes.
Don't buy until you see what we
have to offer you.
Prices -Right, Too
M i S II I II
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
WINS IN SPITE OF IT
Hamlin H. Hull Triumphs Over
Still Hunt in School
SCHEME TO BEAT HIM FAILS
People Rally Co Wm Support When
Trick la Dig.
The election for member of the
board of education, as intimated in
The Argus yesterday might be the
case, though a still hunt developed
late in the afternoon into a spirited
contest. This was between Hamlin' II,
Hull, the present member, and A. DeSi
la nd. who has been a n unsuccessful can
didate on two occasions before. The
count showed that Mr. Hull had 421
in his defeat Was turned into a hand
some triumph for him..
Tb Lesson of the Day.
The lesson of the day i.t that the
people must take an interest in sehoo
elections under all conditions if they
would elect the men whom they desire
to control the schools. The circum
stances that have attended Mr. He
Soland's candidacy have on all occa
sions been unfortunate, and there is
no reason to think that the outcome
has been an indication of personal
opjuisition, as far as he l.s concerned
It is a laudable ambition to seek mem
bership in the board of education, but
Mr. DeSoland has invariably suffered
through the circumstances and influ
enees attending his candidacy, and
the use that was made of his name
yesterday, whether with or without
his consent proved exceedingly un
CHILD LABOR LAW
Supt. II. B. Ilaydca Further Kx
plains Manner of Ila
. - -
HAMLIN II. Hl'LL.
Yesterday Reelected Member of the
Hoard of Education.
votes to -G3 for IX' Solaiui, the ma
jority thus being Mil.
There was no certain evidence-thai
a contest was on till late in the after
noon, and the name of the candidate
who was being run against Mr. Hull
did not develop till a couple of hours
before the polls closed. At that time
there had scarcely been a hun
dred votes cast. Mr. Hull's friends
became active, when they learned of
the trick that was being attempted,
with the. result that the election
judges had a busy time of it for', the
last couple of hours the polls were
ojK-n, and the voters had to form in
line and' await their turns to deposit
their ball' its. .
The forces opposing Mr. IfuTT'dfr!
no work about the polls, in fact did
not een have tickets there. They es
tablished headquarters at a conven
ient distance, where their movements
could not be so easily discerned. '
Planning- the Secret Campaign '
It developed during the day that the
DeSoland campaign had been launch
ed in secret among a few of those who
had been designated as leaders in va
rious parts of the city a week or
more ago, and had Wen zealously
guarded till the afternoon .of election
day in order that the friends of Mr.
Hull might be caught unawares. The
course taken was altogether strange.
in view of the fact that there was
nothing whatever to prevent any man
from coming out irr the open and mak
ing a fair and dignified contest upon
his merits. Such a method of proced
ure would have been more in keeping
with the character of an Mice which
it is desired shall b divorced as far
as possible from political machina
While through the efforts of his
friends and others opposed to the pol
icies, of those who were back of the
npjKisition candidate Mr. Hull was
elected, it is to Ik- regretted.
indeed. that 'the modesty he
has exhibited in the matter of his
candidacy for reelection should have
been thus taken advantage of. Xeith
er Mr. Hull nor his friends suspiciiwi
ed any opposition under cover to his
reelection, and even when first, de
tected and the source of it was made
known to Mr. Hull he declined to be
lieve it. Heiug the only representa
tive on the board of organized labor,
all classes of people not moved by sel
fish design conceded the fairness of
his claims for election to the full
term of his office. An instance of
this was shown when a novement was
started in the Seventh ward to bring
out from that section of the city a
candidate some weeks ago, but. when
the circumstances under which Mr.
Hull was running were understood
the subject was dropped.
Same Old Intfaences.
When it was discovered, even though
late in the diy yesterday, that the
same political influences that have
sought for years to control the board
were quietly and systematically, at
work to accomplish Mr. Hull's defeat,
it brought out not only scores of Mr.
Hulls friend; and fellow workmen
from all over the city, but enlisted
the efforts of (5. XV. MeCaskrin and his
independent followers, and soon the
vote began to pour in that showed
what evert a late alarm may ac
complish. From the shops ami mills
in the lower end of the city the vvork-
ingmen hurried to the one voting
place in the Fourth ward to save the
day for Mr. Hull, and with all the in
fluences that were soon working in
his behalf what might by the cunning
of the under-cover vote have resulted
11. H. Hayilcn, superintendent of the
citv schools, has issued a statement
explaining in greater detail the ar
rangements that have been made lo
cally for the enforcement of the child
labor law, which went into effect in
Illinois today, and under which chil
dren under 14 years old are practical
ly excluded from every form of occu
pation for gain, while those between
14 to 16 are kept under close scrutiny
The state factory inspector, Edgar
T. Davis, of Chicago, after consulting
Attorney (leneral Hamlin, has decided
that children now employed in the
state on aflidavits of their parents
made previous to .Inly 1 Will not be
molested as long as they remain with
their present employer. J ti t shouk
any child change from his present em
plover to some other, he must pri-
vide himself with a certificate at pre
scribed by the new law. Supt. Hay
den has decided to follow in general
the plan adopted in Chicago, modify
ing it to meet the conditions of the
smaller citv. He has just received a
full set of sample blanks such as are
used in Chicago.
The first requirement of the new-
law is that a child who desires to en
ter the service of a new employer on
or after duly 1, must procure from
the teacher or principal of the schoo
he last attended a certificate of age
nsj-hown by the records of the school
Asj;the records of all our schools have
btif-n .filed in Supt. Havden's office, the
school .certificates wilf be issued aul
certified there for the present. When
School begins in September the prin
cipafs of all the schools in the citv
will be supplied with the necessary
-.VCIer-obfniniiig Hiis iortificiite the
child must appear before the superin
tendent of schools accompanied by
Ins parent or guardian anil tile the
Schobr certificate just mentioned
Thlil';a 'j-'ehool and age cert ifica'te w ill
be i0cd, giving a description of tin
child, together with the sworn state
ment of the parent as to the child's
itge'und birthplace, and a copy of this
certificate will be sent to the state
factory- inspector. If a tchool record
cannot lie furnished tdinwiiiir the
child's ability to write and to read
rimple sentences, then the law pro
vides that the superintendent may is
sue the necessary certificate upon
seeing a certified copy of the record
of thy child's birth or baptism; if
neither of these can be furnished, the
child nml parent must appear before
the county judge, or the judge of the
juvenile court, and make Oath as to
t ho age.
As children now employed under le
gal aflidavits of parents dm not need
to secure certificates so long as they
continue at their present work, it is
not expected that there will be manv
applications for new certificates in
this city at present. Supt. Hnydcn
has delegated his clerk to look after
such calls a si may be made at pres
ent. Illank forms have been prepared
for immediate use for such as need to
be taken care of at present. A more
complete equipment will be procured
oeiore tlie beginning of the fall term.
Certificates may bo secured today.
tomorrow and Friday at the rooms of
the. board of educatir-u in the high
school building. The-office will be
open from 9 to 11 in the forenoon and
from 2 to D in the afternoon of each
day., I pon Supt. llayden's return
from the east about the first of Aug
ust, more complete arrangements will
be made. If certificates are required
in the meantime, inquiry should be
mane of the president of , the board
of education. ' '
. If I'ubllc Notice. .
OQice of J. & M. Hosenfield. Kock
Island, 111., June 24, 1903. Public no
tice is hereby given that a mcetine- of
the. stockholders of said .1. & M. lios-
enfield, a corporation, will be held at
the office of Jackson, Hurst & Staf
ford, attorneys at law, rooms 3, 4, 5
and C, Masonic temple, Hock Island,
III., Saturday, July 25. A. D. 1903. at
the hour uf 10 o'clock n. m. The ob
ject of the meeting will be to submit
the question of the proposed dissolu
tion of said corporation to a vote of
tlie- stockholders, and the transaction
of such other business as may prop
erly come before said meeting.
.JULIUS KOSEN FIELD,
. G. B. MILLER,
Llneuved to Wed.
Monzo D. McCartney... .Kock Island
Miss'Kuth Dickson Black Hawk Twp.
AWAY FOR BOSTON
Two Large Parties Departed for
the East This Morning.
MAJ0E1TY SCHOOL TEACHERS
Bound for Boston to Attend Meet
Ing of National FMncational
Early this morning two parties left
the city, including nearly sixty per
sons, all bound for the east, many to
remain during the entire summer
The ono party under the direction of
II. H. Hayden, superintendent of the
city schools, went via tlie Hock 1st
and, and the other under the direction
of County Supt. S. J. Ferguson went
via the Milwaukee.
Iloth parties went on regular trains
Supt. Ferguson's party in a special
car to Chicago. There both parties
will change to the special train that
was made up there on the Wabash
for the run to I'.uffalo. " The greater
part of .tomorrow will be put in view
ing the Niagara falls and then the
train will proceed over the Lake
Shore to Albany, from which city
boats will be taken for the famous
trip down the Hudson river to New
York. At the latter city the greater
number will take a Long Island sound
steamer to Fall Kiver and Providence,
completing the trip to Huston, where
the sessions of tin; National Educa
tional association will be held next
week, by rail.
Mainly Ten ohert.
The majority of the party of course
is composed of school teachers going
to attend the inciting of the National
Educational association, but many
others have taken advantage of the
special service offered to take a trip
east. Supt. llayilen's party was made
up for the most part from this city,
while Hie members of Supt. Fergu-
fcon's party were mainly drawn from
Moline anil the county at large. The
return will be made by the members
of the parties as individuals and vari
ous routes are open to them.
The members of Supt. llayden's
party arc: Supt. and Mrs. H. II. Hay
den, Mrs. Cora L. Eastman, of the
high school. Miss Elsie Eastman. Miss
Mary K. Durham. Miss Nellie Keller-
strafcs, Mms Natalie Mirlield. Miss
CIara Freeman, Miss Sara Montgom
eryv lisa Sarah Johnston. Mrs. Ella
K. Quayle of Denver, Mrs. Marion E.
Sweeney, ' M rs. John Tremann and
daughter, Mrs. H. II. Chase, Miss Ap
gar of Princeton, Prof, and Mrs. A. 1).
llodfors of Augiistana college, Mrs.
.AY. Cash, "Mr. -William Cleiin. J. L.
Freeman. Otto Schwenker. Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Johnson. Frank W. Frei-
stat, Jr. Miss Stevens of Moline. Miss
Edit If 1 itrodt , Mrs. Anna II. Maguire.
Mrs. Calvin and sou. Miss Julia 11.
Ch'anfion ami Miss Sue Channon will
accompany 'the-party to Chicago and
gij'on from . there, by another route.
Aliss Alice S. Hush, of the high school,
and her sisicr from (ireenville, Ohio,
will join the party at Niagara Falls
nd go on from there.
NO MORE JURY TRIALS
1 AT PRESENT COURT TERM
Attorney J. L. Haas appeared be
fore Judge !est. this morning and
iimved ' t hat the. case of the state vs.
Matthias Schnell for subornation to
perjury be taken up at once for trial
next week. Judge (lest, however, re
fused to grant the motion, as he held
that- the weather was too warm for
jury trials. For this reason there
will be no more trials of that charac
ter during the term.
Judge fiest made a ruling in the
use, of Ford vs. the North Star Hen
tit association, sustaining the de
murer recently filed in part. The de
fendant .was given until tomorrow
morning to make amendment. W. 1J.
Moore appeared for Mrs. Ford, and
M. J. McEniry for the North Star
V suit for divorce was filed yester
day afternoon by Mrs. Eliza Peterson
of Hock Island, against her husband.
Tiristinn 11. Petersen. They were
married Aug. 19, 1SS0 in Davenport,
and lived togather until July 19. 1S9S,
when the husband, the bill alleges,
deserted his wife and since has not
lived with her. She asks the custody
of the three niinor children.
This week os long qls
they lLst, 4, $3.75,
$3.50 Dichess trous
ers and other good
oys' Long Pants
$2.50 and $2.25 pants
$1.50 with cuff bottoms.
Som m erf f3, JLa Vee
1804 Second Ave, Kock Island. : : 207 W. Second St., Davenport
Here's a Midsummer "Let-do" Shoe sab', and we shall give
to Shoe lluyers the opportunity to buy guaranteed, up-to-date
Footwear at the lowest prices ever known. Our cut
prices have become public talk. In consequence people
come here in daily increasing crowds. Whether you want
Shoes for Summer or Fall wear.
It Will PAY YOU to Come
to this Sale.
And the earlier you come the better for you. While our
stock is still fairly complete sizes are beginning to be
broken. It'll be many a day before you can buy Shoes at
such prices again. P.ETTEK (O.MK TODAY.
See Our 49 cent Counter
MR. HURST RECEIVES
A FINE COMPLIMENT
Hon, E. W. Hurst received from E.
M. La hi IT, private secretary to Mayor
Carter II. Harrison, of Chicago, today.
notification that he had been slated
o preside at the annual demonstra
tion of the Chicago democracy to be
held July IS. The affair partakes of
the nature of a great barbecue as
well as an occasion for flow of senti
ment, and addresses are made by the
leading party men in the wesfc.
I)uis Johnson, of Milan, died at his
home in that, place last night. The
funeral will be held tomorrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock, interment to take
lace at. the Dixon burying ground.
Deceased was 50 years old, and leaves
a wife and family.
- Fonrth of July Ratrt.
July 3 and 4 the Hock Island will
sell' round trip tickets to points with
in 200 miles at rate of fare and one-
thtrdr-GTjPdto-Teturn up to July 6.
S'ome 'People Want the
1 1 .
This boy bought a
at Hartz &. U Hem oyer's Drug
store for One Dollar and Takes
the Earth. He has lots of fun
fun that's instructive too. He
sides the 1. 00 HUOW.NIK we
It takes a large picture of the
earth. - Films are l." and "0 cents
a roll. Let us show , y ou hovv
They work like a Kodak and
are made by EASTMAN. We
are hi? agents for
Fourth of July Millinery. !
The Fourth marks the beginning of the popular outing sea
son. Most everyone plans an outing of some, description
for that day. We- are prepared to contribute to your enjoy
ment of the holiday, as well as more extended outings in
the country or at the summer resorts, for our stock of duck
hats, sailor hatst. and soft drajed hats of dotted lawn is in
every way- incomparable. The hats are fresh from the mak
ers, represent the latest wrinkle in fashionable millinery, and
are sold at remarkably low prices.
BRANDENBURG MILLINERY -STOKE
Cor. Twentieth Street and Fourth Avtmue. 'Phone Union Electric 6130