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TILE AKGTJS, THUBSDAY, JMAY 5, 1904.
FREE BEER DENIED
Brewers Must Stick to Water if
They Expect Their New De
mands to be Met.
STRIKE OF MEN IS PROBABLE
International Secretary Comet lor a
Conference Willi Proprie
There is :i strike on t:ij in the Pock
I-Jari.I a.ui . .!:. c.i'1 i. .- I it-. . 'i l.c
l;ieurr. if ".!.!ii lliiie :re about
xlfty in the two cities, uk :iu increase
in ;ii,'- from to ?K per i el; alio
a re Iiii-tion of hours from nine 1
e''fit. w.lh tli: cii.-,ton:ary itlliiwiiiict'
Lii'!'T tJn- :. i; .::. i i:i pre ii i'h.g f r
uars ill the brew crie- in Hock i.-luii
ami v -nj-I tli v.-rkin-ii hae
been jit-Mnit te ! ti have ii draught of
Jn er once everv hour during tin- !ay.
it is maintained by tli- proprietors
t hat. in t I:-ir isitatioi.s t the
bar, each man consumes fully thrte
pi:trtcr of an hniir .cr day. Thus,
practically, they sin- working now 'in
ly elht hours.
Tin? brewery inanairi-rs declare they
vill never in'ifi'c to tli- demands.
'1'lit v ; ay tl. -!- will hi' a strike unless
the iiicri iimrlify the terin-i if the new
contract they presented. Tlit-y
arc willing to ruiicr tin increase i:i
I'ii.V, hut say either tin f n - hi'i-r priv
ilege will liai- to ! discontinued or
the nine-hour day remain in force.
Intat iiHtJouitl "M-creturj I lire.
Iiilins .orn. inli rna1i.iii.il secretary
of the I'nitcdl!:ovcry Workmen with
headquarters at Cincinnati, is here in
his otlicial capacity and met with a
special t-iiiiiniil tec from the local
union f liri'Wfry workers last niyht.
Mi-. Zorii stati-d that In- expected 1 he
discussion which is at present airi
tatiny tin- brewers to he settled amic
ably hen the worker.-, and employ ers
rni-t in joint convent ion al IVtcr
I'lichs" hall, Davenport, tonight.
"It is a common opinion anions the
employers," said Mr. Zorn. "that when
a union ollicial steps into a city that
h- is lock;nr for trouble, .lust tin op
posite is the case. We at tenipt t set
tle all matters which pertain to the
jjood of the orja uis.at ion which we
represent in an amicable way and
villi a much at i.-faction a possible
to both parties. Several controver
sies which we hae settled during the
:ist year, though the terms may hac
seemed iinri'.'M liable to one of the
parties at the slart. were found in ihe
li'iiir run to be strictly f;iir to al! con
Cerne I. This result we expect to be
the outcome of the present contro
versy, and personally I feel that all
difficulties wi'A Iw satisfactorily set
tied for both parties."
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called 3:30
Showers and probably thun
derstorms tonight and Fri
day. J. M. S11EKIER,
Temiierature at 7 a m., (1;
at i:L10 p. m., 70.
Call for the new Kinship.
For insurance, K. J. l'.urns.
Sei- Finne's ad on this page.
See Fin lie's ad on this page.
See Kin lie's ad on this pafje.
Ktiy a home of Reidy I'.ros.
Alien I Lajje-W aters slioe sale.
Shoe bargain at L;ige-Vat ers".
(ii't ii pocki t bod;. i. aye-Waters.
Tri-fity Towel Supply company.
S;-e I.iige-Wat ers line of oxfonN.
Spring handle broiiiis at Shields'.
For bus, bjiggage. express, call Kobb's.
Spencer &r. Trefz for 'bus or expn-ss.
Fresh fish at Schrocdcr's tomorrow.
For real e.statc and ir.siirance, F.. J.
Attend, the three-day special. I-atre-Waters.
Two more days of Finne's samj le
See Finne's sample shoe sale ad on
Fresh catfhdi, trout and buffalo at
Ladies' oxfords, big assortment at
I. age-Waters SIkm
Wall paper clcanei
Young A- McCoinbs.
Attend Finne's sample ylioe sale
early before th" rush.
'i".o brass liurner gasoline stoics
at Young Met ombs'.
h iv your wall paper !it Yoiinjj .v
McCombs" and k;ih- iihiih'v.
Fifty feet of good garden hose for
?M".'. iit Young & MeConibs.
lee ere:im and ice cream soda at
Petersen's, 1314 Third aienue.
Kxtra bargains Friday and Satur
day. l.age-Waters Shoe company.
IIav ou onlered your gas stove?
See the I'eople's Power company.
Double oven four-hole gas stoves
just receiied at
WW -X -rmt wrr.r.
ut is nme
When you paint
use the Vest Paint
1. It spreads best. and
2. It looks best most
3. It costs the least per
year of service.
4. The guaranty is broad
5. It Gives Best Results
in all Qualities.
Jls for Color Cards,
"HoW to Paint," etcl
8 SUNBRIG1BTS CALIFORNIA BABY FOOB
For Infants and
hns saiefl the lives of
othrr foods have failed.
It is used ami indorsed by the most
eminent physicians of the country.
is made from the choicest California
grains, and when prepared with eon's
milk makes as nearly HUMAN MILK
AS SC IFNCi: CAN I'lJODUCK.
It is prepared under the most sani
tary and aseptic conditions and CON
TAINS NO DKUCS OK CHEMICALS.
In cases of cholera infantum, mar
asmus, dysentery, catarrh of the bow
ids, ordinary diarrhoea, summer com
plaint or simple indigestion, SUN
HKKiHTS HAS PROVED IN VALUABLE.
Is of exceptional value to nursing
mothers and not only improves the
quality of her milk, bill enables her
to continue nursing when her milk
would otherwise be impoverished.
X . V - - " x
A K " '"Wr- xw- S
Makes Baby Well
Keeps Ba by Well
A Sunbrights California. Food Baby. Age 8 Months.
Weighs 27 Pounds.
the Harper House Phor
macy commencing tomorrow, Friday, when we will pre
sent to every mother one of our souvenir "Mothers Baby
Book" which contains valuable information concerning
your baby, blank paees in which to keep your babies re
cord of what baby weighs, what were the first words, when
baby first stood alone, the first tooth and when papa
walked the floor.
Sunbrights California Food Prepared in
50c. 75c. $1.25. $3.00.
Requires two-thirds less to each feeding than any oth
er infant food, therefore most economical.
FOR. SALE BY THE
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
Manufactured by the Sunbrights California Food Co.. Los Angeles
What the Illinois
Mrs. Florence Farlin. Peoria. 111.:
My little baby at birth weighed
ciffht. pounds. Was ill from birth an t
no one thought she could live. Our
physician prescribed Sunbrights Cal
ifornia Food and an immediate im
proiemcnt was noticeable. Has gained
two pounds in one month and is in
every way the picture of health v baby
hood. Sunbrights certainly did won
ders for my baby and 1 cannot say too
much for it.
Mrs. R. A. Row lan-.!. Peoria. 111.:
When our baby was two years old
she was taken suddenly and violently
ill with congestion of the bowels. Our
physician prescribed Sunbrights Food,
though we had no faith in it, as she
had been unable to retain any food.
15y the doctor's orders we persisted in
its use and baby improved rapidli.
To our surprise and gratification she
retained and assimilated the food.
She. is now a well baby and we are
i?lad to say Sunbrights has conicrted
all of us to a thorough belief in its
i llicieney. 1 am ylad to recommend it.
Mrs. (iay V. Tracy. Peoria. 111.:
Our baby was taken icry ill and it
was almost impossible Tor her to as
similate or digest any of the larious
foods. A friend stri-nsjly iir'ed the
use of Sunbrights. and for two months
we have been usinjr it with results that
were simply splendid. She is now en
joying perfeel health and we are lad
to "ive Sunbri"hts the credit.
each. Connections made. free. I'eo
ple's Power company.
AValline - Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 5SS4.
You will find Finne's new shoe store
five doors east of the Illinois theatre.
If you use P.all Pine, jret Red Cross
Hall P.lue. Large 2 oz. package only
Have you seen those .I.Vcent all
ivo..; carpets at Drake's? If not, you
Oeraniums, fuchias, niferat ums, lo
belias and daisies in bloom . cents
each at Young & McCombs.
Those OxlC Wilton. rugs at Drake's
are going like hot cakes for and
$:tti. ISrady street. Davenport.
Visit Drake's crockery department
for bargains in dinner sets and. toilet
set . Prady street. Daienport.
Drake's carpet and curtain bargains
are attracting lots of attention these
days. Prady street. Daienport.
Yellow clothes, are unsightly. Keep
them white with Red Cross P.lue. All
grocers sell large 2 o. packages, 5e.
Opening of the ('rami Isle May 8.
Boat will leave Rock Island and Dav
enport every hour. Fare, 10 cents a
The Woodmen of South Rock Island
wiM ive the last dance of the season
at their hall May 7. Tickets. 50 cents.
You can make money no easier than
by saiing it by trailing at the Drake
Furniture R Carpet company, Prady
The only complete line of steel
ranges and gasoline stoves in the tri
eitics is shown at Drake's. Prady
.lust received, another large ship
ment of wall paper, to he sold at from
one-half to one-third less than others
Hsk. Young A: McCombs.
China matting, tibre carpets, grass
ni.'if t ins largest variety. lowest
prices at Drak'-'s Furniture A- Carpet
company. Daienport. Iowa.
Did ou see those conches and sofa
bed., in Drake's show window? The
prices niarkeii fin them are exceeding
ly I-w. Prady street. Daienport.
Milo Purns. the veteran railroader,
who has been in the far west the past
few years, has returned, and will take
a position with the Hock Island road.
Dr. P. F. Purdue has moved his of
fice and residence to 4112 Twentieth
street. He wi!I le pleased to prompt
ly attend calls day or night. Poth
Drake Furniture : Carpet company.
Prady street. Davenport, are sole
agents for the tri-cities for the cele
brated Derrick refrigerator. No oth
ers 'piite so good.
lohii Cow den. w ho has been located
at Des Moines the past year, has re
turned to RiK-k I.-Inn 1 and has opened
a saloon in the Appeliiist stand. Sev
enteenth street and Third avenue.
.Ii liu Wiese. who tTropped out of
sight Monday, was heard from at
Lyons, Iowa, today. In a letter writ
ten to his i'amily. it is understood, he
stated he would be home tomorrow".
Sunbrights California Paby Food is
the fio.! of the golden west, made of
the. choicest California grains and
contains no drugs or chemicals. On
sale at the Harper House pharmacy.
Judge K. E. 1'armcnter, at his office
in the court house, yesterday after
noon officiated, at the marriage of
Herman F. Marx, of Clinton, Iowa,
anil Miss F.thcl Nimnallv. of Arlington.
The regula r meet ing of the I'pworth
League of the First Methodist church
will be held tomorrow evening in the
church parlor.-. The following pro
gram will be rendered: Piano solo.
Miss Planche Root; reading. Miss
Helen Penrose; vocal duct, the Misses
Levey; piano solo. Miss Pcssie Pealer.
Tin' meeting arranged by i. W. Me
Caskrin to discu-s tin' advisability "f
making the members of the state rail
road and warehouse commission elec
tive instead of appointive takes place
this evening. .1. D. Mueller, president
of the Decatur chamber of commerce;
.1. II. Miller, of Chicago, and Mr. Mc
Caskrin are to be the speakers.
A young man who sais his name is
Scott has been held to the grand jury
at (ialesburg for the alleged operation
of a swindling glmie by which he
tleeccd a farmer and merchant out of
change for $:.' at that place recently,
lie operated also at Purlington, but
worked the game once too often, and
was pursued an 1 captured at Yalisco,
Iowa, lie professes innocence.
The Sunbright California Food com
pany will h M a demonstration of its
baby foods, commencing tomorrow, at
the Harper House pharmacy, when
every mother will be presented with
a Sunbrights Mother's Paby P.ook.
S Saturday night will close the very successful Sample Shoe $
FINNE'S NEW SHOE STORE.
1610 Second Ave. -5 Doors East of Illinois Theatre.
125 Pairs laOies' lest
best quality Vici Kid,
lace $2.00 and $2.5() slioes
lieavy and lijht sole,"
patent tip and kid tip,
Cuban and low heel,
all new and up-to-date.
All sizes 3 to S, C. 1). and
K. wide, sample price,
64 PeJrs Misses' Patent Kid and Vici lace and
button shoes, $1.50, Sl.'" and $2.00 shoes, heavy
and litfht sole, patent tip and kid tip, low heel, all
sizes 12 to 2, C, D and E. wide, all new and up-to-
date. Sample price,
90 Padrs of Men's Box Calf, Ve-
lour Calf and Vici Kid $2.00, $2.50
and $3.00 shoes, lace, heavy Mc
Kay sole and Goodyear
welt, plain toe and cap
toe, all new and up-to-date,
all sizes, C. E and EE
price, pei' pair
Boys' and Youths' Shoes.
75 Pa.irs Hoys' and Youths lace shoes, all solid
counter insole and outsole, Eox Calf and (Jlazo
Calf, heavy sole and medium sole, 1) and K wide,
all sizes, 9 to 2, and 2i to 5.1, a leader at $1.35 to
$1.50, all new and up-to-date. Sample
Price, per pair
We will at this sale sell 60 pairs of ladies' $2.50 shoes fine
S Vici kid lace, patent tip, heavy and light sole, Cuban and
l medium heel, B, D and E wide, up-to-date shoes and war
S ranted. As long as they last, per pair, $1.98.
Remember the Place, 1610 Second Avenue.
Five Doors East of the Ilinois Theatre.
THE SHOE MAN.
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