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THE ABGUS, fOXDAY, JUNE 12, lS'J.
.f, rt anil improvement ami
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r-.tml enjoyment when
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;,,.ti;'i V OHNinMiiL; iue r.Mieiii,
r":H'r l.oa.lachos and fevers
irni!in.-iitiy UTinS constipation.
' t wf.wtion to millions and
l-p:-' i f i
ir'h t'" I! lin. iiK-uiini
. Kc:ius' it acts on the Kid-
't Mi l Powels without weak
.vtt!uiii .ind it is erfectly free from
i:..t: .imMii (iiihstniioo.
,;.;:pui l i-'s is Mr saie oy an arug
;i,"':.'ir ai:l ?l liottles, but it ia man
, i i v ;ho California Fig Syrup
o name is u uiia-u uu e ei y
the name, .Syrup of Fijrs
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. iin-' Vl -; L Ulll'lllliili i.t iim nvti
.v i'r.-titnte if offered.
. i. lavnrile- because
: pi-rf eet t i me.
:it olios fur t 11 p to
.Jut step in ami take
k in-fore you luy. Will
it iiiuve to
ITO.t Nrrnnil .v.
2-.y. if!: and manage property on commission.
Mm -y. collect rent3, alfo carry a line of first
M-5:c insurance companies, building lots for
i al.thedifferent additions. Choice residence
;-Ty i all jtarts of the city.
Mitchell & Lynde bnilding, gronnd
J:, x :.r of Mitchell & Lynde bank.
1-. i:. -,li. IS. A. Donaldson.
!i & Donaldson's
V'n e..:ii..fl!. ,uyinr, soiling
1 ii.-ui- i;;- i , -iit.inee or liusilM-ss
"v. it u :; positively pay you
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: ! i 1 desirable property on
- i" -' loot from antl we can
'r.r wants promptly. We
:t n ii tuber of ehoice lots in
i ' - : t So- city ami will timler
; wiol :l nuinbiT of houses for
: tiiors on terms very rreatly
' :el vant aio.
Ai;i;GAIN FOIS SOME ONE.
' ave 15 lots in College Heiphts
'' ti. one-half ltbiek from Elee
' s :eet Railway whien we will
i taken at once, at from $300
?;.")(. eaeh they will o fast so
'fa'v the present opportunity or
1 v.T.i be too late.
Your Property with Us
and we will fed toc a barer
(-'!liee Masonic, Temple Block
Saturday Night's Meeting of the
GEOSS INJUSTICE TO MISS KANE.
l)roiotl From the Lis of Appointment
Without Kxplaunt ion or 'atme Other
Thnii That She Ins Cntholte Oilier Itusi
nenrt Atteuiletf to ly the llreetor.
The board of education held a spec
ial ineetin; Saturday evening to
make the appointment of teachers
for the next school year. Supt. S. S.
Kemble was re-elected at his former
salary. Mrs. Kmiline H. Sanderson
and Misses Lizzie Steiok ami .Jessie
Friok wore appointed now teachers,
ami Misses Ktta Thompson. lora
Hart 7. ami Lizzie Taylor as substi
tutes. The other teachers appointed
ami their salaries are.
Ilich S !.!.
James A. ltNhop l.i I. Mrs. C. L.
Eastman 410. .fosophine V. Wil
liams $7G.", Sarali Carson 7r(5.
niia !'. Shut t uok tf7i."i. Augusta Hell-
Ituilitiitsc Ntt 1
L. I'. Dougherty l.lo.l. Mary E.
Entrikin i7o. Hattio E. Henderson
$50. Julia M. Anderson $50, Mina (I.
Howen $5t, Sallie U. Hillier $50.Mary
1. Lon; $50, Lucv H. t'ovne $50.
Marv 1. Yates $to, Achsah t'rane $ 10.
Emily Freeman $55.
HuiltliiiK No. .
Kandeline Heijua $''', A. F. I'ooke
$5o. Hattio A. Jenkins $15. Marrj,.
Kepi no $55.
KtilltiiiiK t. a.
Mrs. L. M. t'opp $".. Anna X.
Johnson $."'. Millie HeSanto $5:. Atl
tlti E, M use $55.
ltuilttiiic Nt. 4 .
Marv Flatt $:o, Lou J. l'hilp$75.
Idessa'Wakeliehl $("'. Mary L. t arter
$5o. Mrs. Jessie ('. Lis'ton $5(). Luoy
A. Taylor $55.
Kiiililini; No. .
Sallie Johnston $75. Francos Os
wald $J(t. l)ora E. Nowttui $.Vt. Au
'nsta I 'raw "ford $50. Anna Olson $5o.
Marv Murphv $50. Nora (ionnan.
Ilniitntii; No. i.
Anna Kirkiatrick $'.'. Majrie J.
Wil.-oti $t"o. Leonora Wit herspoon
$5(t. Mrs. Itla W. Liuitly $5o. Anu:i
Hennett $.V. Anna T. Hromley $45.
Emma t'hurchill $4i. M. Lula Carl
IStiiltlin: N. 7 .
A. Laura Hill $75. Daisy L. Hardy
$5o. Isabella M. Doonan $5i. Coti
stanoe J. Mulack $o. Jennie L. Wil
l;uiliint; No. S.
Mario E. Simmon $55. Hridie M.
Eiran $5o. Clara M. Levey $40.
E. A. Foos $700. Altiiie Dean $15.
The following janitors were alo ro-
attoointetl: Cha. Smith, No. 1;
John I'.ooMio, No. 'J: Marshall Shaw.
-No. :5: John KollotT. No. Samuel
Nelson. No. 7; Thirty-eighth street,
Daniel Mielke: lliirh .school. Miehaol
A iros I njust ire.
It will le noticed that the name of
I'rof. Oeorp;e E. iJrillith. teacher of
music, and Miss Jennie A. Kane,
teacher at school building No. 5. do
not appear in the list of appoint
ments. Mr. Griffith is relieved, it is
intimated, to make room for the re
appointment of a former in
structor of music as an out
come of the last school elec
tion, though others insist that Mr.
Griffith will le reappointed at a
future meeting. Hut the omission
of Miss Kane's name from the list of
appointments has occasioned consid
erable comment and no little criti
cism. The Ait;rs has endeavored
to ascertain the reason of her re
moval, but so for has failed to do .-o.
The members of the hoard for the
most part are not inclined to con
verse on the subject. From
the host that can be learned
Miss Kane has not been retained
si in pi V because of her Koman Catho
lic faith, and that she is not a gradu
ate of the ISoek Island public s-liools.
None will dispute 1 he propriety
of the rule which gives graduates of
the public schools an advantage over
applicants for po-itions as teach
ers who arc ml. but it does not
seem to be the proper policy to
inaugurate such a plan where it
strikes a teacher who lias served in t he
uhlie schools taitlilully for l. years
as Miss Kane has. and
as a teacher can in it b
w hoso record
i,.u f s.:ii i;e i.
An Ai:;i s rcp:-e-o;;ia; i e .-.mglit
expressions from tie- members of tlie
board today in relation t o t lie ground
for the action, with ti:" following re
sult: President D. J. Soars "You'll
have to see some of the other mem
bers. That is all I care to say about
Direct.n- 11. D- I
tivclv decline to be
the subject. I havt
tlsoiii "I posi
not hing to say
Director W. H. lSobbhis "I know
of no reason particularly why Miss
Kane was removed. She was simply
droppetl that is all there is to it.
1 don't know why she was not reap
pointed and therefore have no expla
nation whatever to make."'
Director Ferguson said the change
was made because Miss- Kane was
not in sympathy with the public
school system and that she knew as
well as anyone that she was to be re
moved. Director Uernhardi could not be
John Haley, janitor at No. 4 and
A. Hachman, janitor at No. 5, were
Janitor Smith was given charge of
the summer improvements about the
buildings. John Kalloff leing ap
pointed to assist him.
Director Ferguson was authorized
to negotiate for a re-lease of the
school building on Thirty-eighth
No Settlement Vet of the C'nrpeiitein
Lockout Sympat hy Kxtemleil.
There is still no change in the situ
ation of the locketl-out carpenters.
The members of Union No. ICO hcjd
a meeting on Saturday night, which
lastetl until a late hour, the contrac
tors'' association also having a meet
ing, which was not adjourned until
well into the night. Nothing, how
ever, has come of either of the meet
ings in the way of a settlement of the
difficulties. Other unions have Ijc
gun to take a hand in the affair, the
Tri-City Stonemasons being the lirst
to set the pace. At their meeting on
Saturday night $100 was appropriated
for the use of the carpenters. and the
following resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, Union No. 6, of Stone
masons' International union, have
observed the attempt on the part of
the carpenter bosses to demoralize
L. U. 100, United Brotherhood
of Carpenters, it is therefore
Hosolved. That we stand ready to
assist Union 100 as far as lies in our
power, both morally ami financially:
and it is further
Hesolved. That this union will not
permit its members to work with
non-union earpneters pending the
settlement of the present difficulty.
The I'ainter Also Sympttt lllze.
Union 11 of the Brotherhood of
Painters and Decorators of America
also hold a mooting ami adopted the
Whereas. It has come to the no
tice of L. U. 1S1. Brotherhood of
Painters ami Decorators of America,
that the Carpenters' Contractors' as
soeiation of Hock Island, have taken
a statnl detrimental to the principles
of organized labor in their attitude
toward L. U. 100, U. B. of Carpen
ters; be it therefore
Kesolved, That this union pledge
its moral ami financial support to L.
I". 100, U. B. carpenters: be it fur
ther Hesolved. That a committee be ap
pointed to confer with the carpenters"
strike committee as to the best means
to bo taken to sustain them.
ITri-t'lty Ijlltttr ConerexN:
The Tri-City Labor congress hold
it s regular meeting at Hillier's hall
vesterday. a part icularl v largo num
ber lteing in attendance. Delegates
from the following unions reported
ami were duly obligated: Socialistic
Labor partyof Davenport; Saw Mill
men No. 1." Tailors' union No. :54,
Hock Island. Carpenters' union No.
100. Hock Island; Painters ami Doon-ratoi-s
union, of Davenport; Cigar
Makers union. Davenport. ami
Davenport Typographical union.
M. J. Kramer, of Davetiport. made a
verbal rejort of the proceedings of
the Iowa Federation of Labor in ses
sion at Des Moines. The committee
on organization of the saw mill men
on this side of the river, asked for
further time and were instructed to
push the work with greater vigor.
A communication from Mayor Voll
mer. of Davenport, was received in
relation to the discharge of a-man on
city work tliere, in which the mayor
gave as his reasons that the man in
question was shirking his duty and
laying around saloons. A wreath to
the memory of the lateThomasGray,
ex-treasurer of the congress, was re
ceived from T. J. O'Mara, O. G.
Murray and Harry Bostock. and' ap
propriate resolutions were also
adopted. An address was made by
Representative McCormick. of the
Brotherhood of CarK?nters, on the
situation. A motion was then made
untl adopted, that the congress give
the carpenters its moral anil, if
necessary, its financial support in
the present lockout. Mr. Knais. of
Davenport, then spoke on the land
.juestion, after which a grievance
from the Davenport Hod carriers was
read to the effect that an effort was
being made to shut them out Jy the
Brick carriers. of Davenport. A com
mittee was appointed to investigate
the matter, after which the congress
InvextiRatiiiK foiiiinlttee'n Keport .
At the regular meeting of Tri-City
Labor congress yesterday, the fol
lowing resolutions wore unanimous
That a committee of three be ap
pointed to investigate the troulde ex
ist ing between the contracting car
penters, of ISoek Island, ami the La
bor union No. 100. of carpenters of
the United Brot hot hooti of Carpen
ters ami Joiners of America. VYe.
the committee, submit the following
t as the result of our investigation:
That we have carefully nivesu
.rated said trouble, and find that the
contractors have a very obnoxious
section in their liy-laws. viz: Arti
cle 0. section 1,' employing hands
with a view to mental benelit and a
just regard for the rights of those we
employ, the members shall not on--agc
the employes of another mem
ber (cither journeymen or laborers)
w ithout or against his consent, and
it shall be the duty of each hand,
everv member to aid and assist each
other in obtaining hands as occasion
mav require." This section is not only
an unprecedented trade rule, but is
obnoxious to all labor organizations
in tbP United States of America, is
a positive black list of which the
laws of this countrv make a crime.
And with regard "to the Kobinson
affair which the contractors have
taken up as their grievance, we find
he came to the lodge room of the car
penters' union anil tlien found His
financial standing as a member of
saitl union. While there he felt
agrievod and a committee waited on
him in the ante room. To this com
mittee he used the most lilthv lan
guage and degrading epithets and
positively refused to re-join the
union ami returned to work, the
nion men working with said Hohin-
stin in the employ of Mr. Collins were
compelled to stop work, as their na
tional laws forlud them working wall
such a man. It was at this stage of
the trouble that the contracting car
penters came to the assistance of
said Kobinson and put in force their
obnoxious bylaws and conspired to
gether to prevent these men from ob
taining employment. (See Sunday
morning tnitin May 2.)
Union 100 to protect its members
stopped working for all contractors
who were members of that associa
tion until an understanding was ar
rived at which would not alone settle
this difficulty, but one which will
prevent others in the future, as
union 100 liavc placed themselves
on record as wining to set
tle the trouble by arbitration.
It shows them to be reasonable and
just in tne positions tney nave taken
and considerate as to the business
interests of the city. We therefore
call upon all organized lalor to aid if
necessary L. U. 100.
From the justice loving American
public we ask a fair consideration for
the men who manfully gave battle to
this association of contractors to pro
tect members from being compelled
to leave their native city or work
with anil for whoever the contract ors
saw tit. no matter how obnoxious it
was to their principles, as the union
never ijuostioned the right- of the
bosses to hire whom they pleased,
but at the same time reserved the
right to work forand with whom they
saw lit. which wasdenied to them ac
cording to t he i n vest i gat ion made and
which wo place before the public as
the result of a fair investigation.
H. Bostock, Chairman.
C. T. Linpi.ev,
M. J. Kl.'KMKK.
Committoe'of the Tri-City Labor Con
gress. The Stonemason.
At the Stone masons" mooting on
Saturday night, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing six
President John Montgomery.
Vice President--DanioI Crowley.
Corresponding Secretary W. II.
Financial Secretary John Stroehle.
Treasurer John My za.
Sergeant at Arms--Herman Jacohv.
S iiiI:t Ser Ires 'lleltl at the College antl
the Several Churches.
A largo number of those present at
the Augustana college festivities last
week, remained over Sunday, ami
yesterday attended divine worship in
one or more of the di (To rent chu relies.
At the college chapel in the morning,
Kev. Foglestrom, of Omaha, deliv
ered the sermon. At Zion church
Kev. A. W. Stark, of Do Kalb, occu
pied the pulpit, Kev. Seleen, of Kan
sas, speaking in the Swedish Luth
eran church in Moline, and Kev.
Leaf, of Minnesota, in the Swedish
Lutheran church on Fourteenth
street, in this city. In theafternoon
a large number visited tlie
tomb of the late Kev. T. N. Hassel
ijuist in Kiverside cemetery, in Mo
line. President P. S. Swal"d the
synod, delivered a touching address,
after which there were remarks by
President Swanson, of Bethany col
lege. Lindsburg, Kan.; Kev. C A.
Kvald. of Chicago; President Olsson.
of Augustana college, and Kev.
Peters, of Lincoln. Neb. Music was
furnished by a choir and male quar
tette. In t lie evening at the college
chapel there was a farewell concert,
in which the college choir partici
pated. Prof. G. E. Griffith rendering
The Sweeney went north.
The Charlotte Boeckler and Verne
Swain came down and the Verne
Swain went north.
The staTe of water at Kock Island
bridfc at noon today was '.1.35. and
the temperature was 7.
Uaee Track Train.
June US. M. and 15 a special train
will leave the C, IS. I. A: P. depot on
Moline avenue at 1:15 p. m. for Dav
enport fair grounds. Koturn after
Two months ago if a man wanted
a filter ho would probnbly buy one of
two kinds either a Pasteur or a Gate
City (or Zanesville.) Both were, and
are. good. The objection to the first
is its cost, and to the second, the
wearing out of the filtering discs.
Today, in, tlie so-called "Rapid"
filter, patented April 1th, the good
points of both filters are combined.
I have the "Rapid,"' and will be glad
to show it.
Illustrated pamphlet mailed free.
G. M. Looslev
China, Glass and Kamps.
louv second ATenae.
We want to do a !ig business this
week in our cloak and suit depart
ment. Wo want to sell, and you
want to buy. Our interests are mu
tual. We Lave over 100 storm serge,
flannel and twill suits to dispose of,
cut blazer, bolero ami reefer styles.
We have 25i blazer jackets, about
45i reefer jackets, and nearly HoO
ladies' capes. Tlie season is advanc
ing. On some of these garments we
have already cut the prices many
down to actual cost, ami some awav
below first cost to us. We give you
a handsome natural stick handle sun
or rain gloria umbrella with any one
of these garments bought at these
cut prices, any time during the week
from Jmit'lL' to 1, inclusive, capes
from $2.5 1 to $11.50: jackets from
$2. OS to $12: suits from $4.50 to $15,
and an umbrella free. Notice in an
other place some quotations on um
brellas, which no one will attejnpt to
ON MONDAY, JUNE !2,
Wo open our Men's rntiitiin in our new ilop lrtmt nt, tin? -pnfo formerly oi t iip'i d w ith
our ill!inery. To call ki t it. (.harp attention to Hits il purtmcnt, in ita nnv Inoilioii, we li tll
offiT on Moinlay ttnd liilc they last, 50 dozen si ainii-s? half hose at 2- it lair. f:0 do.'en nu n'
Htriiied half hose Ut: a pair. -10 dozen se;imles Jioekfonl ock a pair, 10 iJnzt-ri !ic;iy Kcek
forti nock. 5c a pair. Till tlnen boy' antl men tenni- h:rt- at ITc a piece. 3s tle.en liit-ii 4' e
tennis antl outing t-liitts at i.V each. To Mi'l further i inphae izo our ppct-i-il oiler t p. atid er.-
lit the attention of our gentlemen friend, we will keep thi department open evei in'S dur- '
in the week, to thorouchly advertise cur new eootis. A special oHerini: will lie tun . e.ich
evening from T :30 to S :, that till timet who are 'employed during the day t ime pjt.y have an
1720, 1722, 1724 and 1726 Second ave.
Great Sacrifice in Shoes.
We have reduced the prices on our immense
stock of Shoes at the Gentral Shoe Store as
Men's Pate at Lather from
" Cordovan, La?'1 or Congress
" Calf ' "
" Hangar jo "
" Calf " t:
Women's Cloth Top Pat. Trim
" Welt and Sand Turn
" DongolaCom. Sense and Ox. Toe 3.00 to 2 CO
These prices will hold good only until our
stock is reduced; so come early.
Schneider's Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue,
Rirper Flouse Block.
SLIDING SCALE PLAN.
This will attract every one's attention.
Come by and look it up. Ir starts
Monday Morning, Jane 12th.
We place in our window .a six-piexe mohair, plush
PARLOR SUIT, silk plush trimmed, spring edge, solid
cak frame. It is worth 836.00 of anybody's money.
This price will drop $3.00 every day till sola. Look i:
over place a fair price on it and when it reaches your
pi ice come in and give us your order.
REMEMBER, in fixing tbe price you intend to pay
that many people are watching this eale and when it
gets interesting some onn will want it. ,
CASH or CREDIT-Same price.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
C. F. DBV7END, Manager.
Opn Evenings till 8 p. m.
Jb "JHL jSLIWSSL IT T ,g
A Gloria Umbrella
You want a jacket, blazer or cape,
or perhaps a serge, flannel or storm
serifc suit for a visit to tlie great
WORLD S FA I IS.
at Chicago. You will also want a
nice. neat, handsome silk umbrella
something stylish with natural stick
handle, something that the fashiona
ble people" from the larger cities can
not sneer at or ridicule. In fact, you
desire to be perfectly equipped for
your trip. You want to feel com
fortable. We propose to give you
t he umbrella (m charge), take ad
vantage of our cut prices mi jackets,
capos and suits any day from June
12 to 17 inclusive. Anv day during
the week, we give you one of these
fine stylish umbrellas, suitable for
either sun or rain, with the purchase,
of anv ladies' jacket, cape or suit in
our house. Jackets. $2.0 to $12;
capes from $2.51 to $11. 5o. suits
from' $1.50 to $15. and an umbrella
5 00 to i3.50
18.9, 1811 Second Avir..i.
TELEPHONE No. 1206
Upholstering to order.
MIXED HOUSE: PA TS.
FLOOR Pi INT,
WHITE LEAD, ETC.
1610 Third Aveuue.