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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1003.
1 MR. FRENCH HEARD
Labor Leader Addresses Tri-City
Congress on Uniors and
Tim i iui.Is uf checl.s are out,
which eniiile tl.o hoMt-r to buy
a hcitutilnl iil painting worth
fl.r.it lor ::!f. These chicks will
be rcl. t n: .! Saturday and Mon
day only. aft r this dare, all
checks arc- void.
Sc- pictures an. I artist in
12 !.i' n fii.cy imported Sv.i-s
I t iiilniil'-r (I ilr ssM' scarfs and
pillow ,kaiii bought a: 2"c oti
fin dollar. Tomorrow, Sa; unlay
we will 'iit- oii your choice of
any of ih- scarfs
or shams a'
Wot i!i up In $2.2" t iic.'. none
n (-crvi'.l; In st come, tirst
Says Records Show Eight-Hour Day
Prolongs Life of Workmen
Label on Bread.
Sinmpcd In si;.-! in lied (ioili .s
v ii li silk ail complete,
Tin; i d pillow lops with l.acl
extra i;oo I valii".
Saturday . . .
All wool black, blue, white, pink.
fa.-c'iui'or s. l a! size.
Sa i u: day's price . . . .
Tan o' S ian i ; r wool caps. rt'U'.i-
lar 7.c value.
Sat nrday's special . . .
Compute line of misses' huts.
Special. 1 QQ
New coats received daily.
Set' our special bargains in
musiin uii(i r ear.
In an inspiring address before the
Tri-City Labor congress last evening at
Industrial hall. Ceorge R. French, of
I.ouiviile, Ky.. urped a revival of the
union movement in this locality. Mr.
French, who is the general oruanize-r
of th- ('Uar Makers' International
I'nion rf America, said, in introduction:
"I rt-v.r'-t the slump in the organized
laitor movement in this dl.-irict. I bc
lifvt' in tl:e pul cy of preparing for
times of strife and struggle during the
time when affairs are mnr.ing along
lie called attention to the fact that
the gene ral wa-ces paid in Hock Island
are hih r than those paid for the same
work in Iavenport, and credited this
difference to the condition of organized
labor in Rock Island.
A'hirvf mrnln uf ( Icnr MukrrM.
In his address Mr. French did isoi
nn rely theorize on the value of union
ism to tie- laboring m; n, but gave au
thoritative facts to s.tpport his state
r.nts. particularly wkh refere-nce to
'the cigar makers. lie ca!kl attention
Oi tin' :.i liii'Vi viiMiN of lh:i: union mid
S to its readiness to lulp other bodies.
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w ii. m iit'm iiis one oouy 01 organ. zm
labor helps all bodies, and when one
is prospering its numbers; should re
member that othe rs may need their a?
sistat.ee In this connection he asked
P tht- cooperatiem of all union nn n for
IJithe cigar makers. "We do not ask
you for money, but we do ask that whets
you war.t a vl:ar that yo:i buy a cigar
made by union labor. Toe failure of
Mitm- e.iuon movement lies m tne iact
f ! r ! :i t o-e:i!lel union men ii. m.oul imii-
"There Is a great differ, nee between
'a union man ;:nd a man who belongs
;to a union." said Mr. French, "tie!
whet' you belong, either be a union
j man or do not. belong to tiie union, sri
we may know your standing."
One of the most striking statements
made by the speaker was that th'1
'eight-hour regulation, which is univer
sal with the cigar makers' union, hat
; resulted in prolonging the life 'of th-?
; c-israr maker 1T y e ars on an average,
and that it not only prolonged the lif
iof the cigar maker, but prolonged tho
W life of the workman's wife 1" vears 0:1
The Place Where the Good Clothing Comes From. In the G. (Si H. Spec
ial Line of SUITS, OVERCOATS, TOP COATS and CRAVENETTES
There is Exclusiveness and Individuality which you will find in no other make of clothing and nothing is put in
them but the finest Imported and Domestic fabrics, and are made up in all the latest designs and patterns.
SUITS and OVERCOATS.
Are Also Shown In
f if if 1
; MW wM fl
IhSmfi-: tfec: :v&-V;v: . 7sfS P:S"'S
In this line you will
find all Late Cuts in
Double and Single
Breasted, with Side or
Also single breasted
straight front in all
the New Scotch Mb
tures. and neat fig
S10 to SIS
b THE CLEANEST LINE OF CLOTHING
$13.50 atid $15
$15 to $18.
THE THREE CITIES
; an average.
lill-ic'li all wool cheviots, red.
gray. navy. $1.'
value, for per yard .
-tTi-inch all wool panama;!. colors
and black.-, brown, navy, cream.
$1 values. 7c
for per ard
;.1 inch all wool ladies' cloth.
Cibbia'id Aeawam shrtink
wa'st ing. 7."ie cloth,
for. per yard
T 1 in: black Sicilian
n.oitair. i r yard
0 : i'l'. h brown Sicilian
Iiiieair, pi r atd
?'J-in. Crispint- par.at.'.a. the new
cloth. cr ant. gi y. blue, blac k,
t'"c value, for.
p r y a i d
. v. I.'ioatli lot hs just received.
all t'ae b. t fall
c let s. p. r :i ril ...
He admitted that these
I stateii;eii!s might seem ineredihle. but
I I stated that he could prove the in by the
1 1 unions' rej'on s.
j Following the ad Iress-of Mr. French,
!a resolution was adopted unanimously
that the delegates and the unions they
I represent agitate- the ne cessity of cle-
mantling the union label on all goods.
j HiikrrM C.rl l.iilirl.
! Jt was reported during the evening
I by Ibisines.s Agent Herges that several
: additional unions have decided to af
filiate with the congress. The an
I nouncetrienf . ti' -t ! by a repi esentative
i ! of Iho Molitie b;.lo i s' union, that the
bakers of Moline p. ad decided to adopi
jthe label on bread, was received with
j ! considerable ; l;o;v of pleasure. The
j' bakers have been employing union
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i Yesterday the decision to use the label
jen all bread was ma !e. and an cnor
I nious fitpply of labels have been order
it ii through tlie rnioa representatives,
j Numerous co'r.mtaiicai ions were re.
ce'ed and i" f' il to h" !'"sn;s
; agent for action.
I. a lies' tb tetvl cashr.UTi-ttcs
g'.ovi s. blacks only, all nc
s-izes. per pair O0
I.a l: s .-apti ior fit ee d Suede
).'.lo cs, fane y sill
1. Cintermeii cibbiatcd "Capi
tol' -cla.-p kid gloves, all the
5u dozen ladles" blaek stocking
Misse s' and children's fie t oe
laud black hose, lxl aud "xl
ribbtd. sizes tv y1-.-. Iflr
ov:r caoiee. per pair IUl
Misses' extra fine I-ile hoe. fine
ribbed. it'.aic from finest Kgyp-
a j:c value. 1'. pair for ... OUl
l'ox hosteiy rale. 3 pair iu box.
ladies' 4" gauge bt ingrain
Mack hose, bo.li in regular and
extra oa' .-izes. Zc values, o
pair in I, o.
WILL USE UNION LABEL
Journeymen Eakers' Union Preparing
tj Place Label o.n Their Prodtct.
Hak rs' union, ":;'. of Moline. an
nounces that it is making preparation
to place the union laoel on all bread
made by njnibets of the union, an.1
urges the public to look for the same
when making purchases, so that they
know they are l't:lng union made
bread. In fact, se veral of the bakeries
are now using the label, and the jour
neymen bakers are des'rous of making
its use general. The union label on a
loaf of bread means that it is made of
pure goods, and under clean shop con
ditions, sue h as are demanded an I
maintained by the members of the
union. The la bid is printe d on plain
white paper, specially prepared for this
purpose and contains no poisonous sub
stances. It adheres to the loaf even
without the use of mucilage or any
thing of that kind, the labels being plac
ed in th: bottom of the baking tins and
the dough placed on top. The moisture
causes the label to adhere to the loaf
in the baking process, so that there i.-.
no objectionable feature in using the
lab 1. In the larg?r cities the label i.i
universally used. Chicago, for instance-,
attaching the label to the product of
about 2.n:o journeymen bakers. The
members of the craft are therefore de
sirous of securing recognition by the
use of the label.
Chicago. Nov. Following are the
market quotations today:
f" ?. S9
C&uzatAe -it "
No dangerous drugs or alcoholic con
coctiems are taken into the stomach
when Hyomei is used. IJreathed
through the inhaler, the balsamic heal
ing of Hycniei penetrates to the most
remote cells of the nose and throat,
and thus kills the catarrhal germs,
heals the irritated muceius membrane,
and gives complete and permanent
Hyomti is the simplest, most pleas
and and the only guaranteed cure
for catarrh that has been discovered.
Complete outfit. $l.e: extra bottle, 50
For ?a!e by II O. Rolfs.
January. 12.7.2. 12 52. 1
May. 12.7. 12.7. 12.C;
December. C.s.".. ;.S7, 0.S2. W.s't.
January. tl.S'i. 0.S2. ',.so, C.su.
May, ..:'.r,. ;.:t7. c. t;.t.7.
January. ;.."2. i'..F,2. 0..u,
May. 0.72. G.7.. t,.T2. C.72.
Uiiceipts today Wheat. 115; corn.
271: oats, 2112: hogs, 22.umh; cattle,
0""i; sheep. la.Uoo.
iiog market opened stiady to a
s! ::ie lower. Light. $4.75 $5.15;
n.ixed and butchers. $4.75'7i 5.23;
rough heavy. $ l.o5fi $ I.15.
Cattle market ope-ued weak to 10c
Sheip market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha. S.noO; cattle. 4 (;);
hogs at Kansas City, fc.ouu; cat tie,
r. Yards. S:4i a. m. Hog market
weak to 5c lower. Light. $4.75 5.15;
mixed and butchers. $4.75fj $3.20; good
heavy. $4.33z $5.2'; rough heavy,
Cattle market weak to lec lower.
Shenp market steady.
Hog market closed weak at early
prices Light $4.75? $5.15 ; mixed and
butchers. $4,755? $5.20; good heavy,
tl.oo-gjo.SO; rough heavy. $1.35?
f l . 5.
Cattle market closed slow.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York. Nov. 3. Sugar 142. Gas
104. C. R. I. & P. 2t4. Southern Pa
cific JiV li. & O. 112V Atchison crm
nior. Atchiaoa preferred 1034.
C. M. & St. P. 1mi;. Manhattan 1C;.
Copjr N. Y. Central 1511,. L. Ac
N. 152. Reading common 13. Canadian
Pacific 173' . il. P T. 77, U. S. Steel
.common 37. U. S. Steel preferred
;1'5, Penna 142. Missouri Pacifio
1"3, Union Pacific 13S. Coal and
Iron &2'a. Erie common 5o, Wabasn
P iv feiied lllii. C. & O. W. 21. Illinois
C -Mitral 17;'i, Car Foundry 41, Repiih
lie Steel jireferred f3'i. Republic St:e!
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. Nov. 3. Following are
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisions and Produce.
I'.atter Dairy. 2oc to 22c.
Lard ScS 10c.
Live Poultry Spring: chickens, 5o
a pound; hens, per pound, 7c; ducks,
per pound. !c; turkeys, per pound. lie.
Vegetables Potatoes. (J5c to 7uc.
Eggs Fresh, 22c.
ffm i HI mit in
Largest and best store in the three cities.
fell Wl mwMmii
f lwff pfcf tiff rlf '
4.f tew jrMS9V9
COHVR1GHT. I'jOS. bV
I- ADI.ER. BROS, ft CO
THAT COMBINE THE HIGHEST ART OF TAILORING. GAR
MENTS THAT ARE SURE GIVE YOU ENTIRE SATISFAC
TION. AT PRICES LOWER THAN INFERIOR MAKES ARE OF
FERED FOR IN THE THREE CITIES.
WHEN YOU PURCHASE CLOTHING AT THIS GREAT
STORE YOU ARE SURE THEY WILL HOLD THEIR SHAPE
THEY NEVER FAIL YOU.
In. styles, shapes and fabrics
No dark corners in this store.
52 INCH OVERCOATS, DOUBLE AND SINGLE BREASTED,
FINE KERSEY, FUR LINED AND TRIMMED. PALATOTS,
DOUBLE BREASTED. CONSERVATIVE COATS 42 TO 46
Prices, $10 to $40.
WE OFFER THE GREATEST RANGE OF STYLES AND PATTERNS.
WE HAVE SUITS AND OVERCOATS ESPECIALLY MADE UP FOR YOUNG MEN "THE SNAPPY KIND" GARMENTS WITH ALL THE
LITTLE ATTACHMENTS WHICH OTHER MAKERS NEGLECT TO PUT IN BUT IT'S JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
PRICES. S15 to S25 and up. Large Selections xt S7.50 to S13.50;
Staley Underwear. Manhattan Shirts. Dun
lap, Stetson and Imperial Hats. E: & W.
Collars and Cull's.
CHILDREN'S SUITS Assortment is reat
Prices xigh.t too.
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