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... j. .;.x j Br ." ' I 1 j Jaris TeEs afta3r.sU: ex dun a seal. I i 12 l- aa miwdhi upoa la tat miners. it to sane with , -zracUrising the present day --jlf between capital and tabor It amt brutsr and destructive, ajar so In this respect tban the r ot arm not long concluded. ft tdiocatttf legisisvon to cor r the evils, Judge W. L. Hug I of Topeka, Ken.,. left an In? 23tt Impression on the minds of el hundred hearerr at the itch Tower last night While M majority ot the audience was aads up of Rotsrlans, many worn je tad non-Roteriaa's gathered to Dtr the famed Jurist deliver hie Zdrtss on "Justice and Industrial ftoUtkm " for which he has (sis al s wide degree of national prom btaee. The occasion was the an aml tnter-eity Rotary meeting. jndge Huggina Is the presiding Mse of the court of industrial re lations at - Topeka. , His duties iring him Into close personal touch vtth both sides of the troubles last srlM between capital and la or sod have enabled him to give doie study to remedial conditions. Mi fae advocates through the me liam ' of legislation based on the 'common law; in other words, old principles ,to new applications. Explains Eansas Law. , Hit address was largely an ex planation of the Kansas labor laws, fjren with a view to correcting jntrne impressions of the law j brought about through an improp tr understanding and acceptance w true the pratings of its oppon ents. Bringing his point; out forcibly under his power of ora tory, be held the Kansas labor leg islation up as a model for other itstes to follow if true industrial peace is to come on the basis of justice to both sides in the great itrucds. 1 ' Judge Huggins referred to the Kansas coal strike as merely has tening the adoption of the Indus trial law. rather than beinc di- redly responsible. He declared tilt the great legislators or ms Mate had been discussing the need strike of b4lattnlt: f JMt grtwvaaea at the time. The .foal operator song t in crease their prices oatsV smiMt "d at the hs?2 caoaa of contracts walca. Aw men had signed to contuse to force ntu me etui of tto we. p- "w tot uw war ksd refused to. dicker with tire men. 00,1 tnd aat whan the tat took over the ctmtml k- mines and told the men to return Tr? upon froniiae that they would be Justly treated the work en should have dose sc. Instead, one man exerted such influence oa them that the mines did not re open. . vr .... . Can (fait fa Body. Tnere Is nothin an mtminim. of Kansas which denies a man the right to quit hU job. There is nothing which says a group of men organised for mutual protection and Interests cannot meet and vote !" ww wort in a boot. But the law does saw thai these men who auit cannot stanif mttm the doors ot the scene ot their for mer employment anil throw bricks ana otherwise - cause damage against the persons of those who come to take their nla- Th law will not countenance tha ri in struction of Bronertr. "The law seeks to gfe justice to coin sides, n the labor union has a grievance. Justice will h admin- rfTK jy ' WWII JV1MU Tuesday and Wednesday THBILLnrG FEATURE RICHARD HAVEMAX , Presents his Kings of the Desert and Forest consisting of Lions, Leop ards. Tigers. SPENCER & WttLLLttS Tutting It Over'' AD SOJi1 With Elmer Thomp son & Co. A comedy in one act hy Edwin Burke. ILABMoT"" Violin Virtuoso " talrCM"LtfSlfar-'' "Swede BiUy Sunday" v16to(3 tRJ6 ' Wild West Warblers and Rope Twtrlers LATEST , KI?rORAM9 A TOPICS OF TUX DAT Corking Good Show. Ask Anyone Who Saw It Order Sean Kow Xatinee Dally 2:15 Night, 8:15 Coming Thursday SIX Vl'ETLO GIPSIES. of a Cetafc. U Cm troressias Cfcet toUow, ts wkx w awa to ry. Mia Barlaa doeiarad or any aim as contrary to xtae arinel atoa of deaSacracy apoa wmtca. tkla rwanaticas fom of govornmoBt is An Inotanea of intimidating methods ha gave as tits occasion whan certain classes or labor de manded a certain law on a certain day of songrsss and threatened to call a striko of a.009. men which wonld have btwaght sorrow and misery into many homes throngs a tie-up of interstate commerce unless this -demand was adhered to. HA said that If taa laadan of this organiaad labor fores had told Harry Matsne Isiaad mUow aVat of V XaA lag t a at ftaLiai maSiatat la Mast of tha taJL . ! ofheartag Uoae called tor short talks. Aaria t Pria aaaaaS haaTllT WUB a CZ3IlZaTA II , II0I.TOAQID ATJTO wir . Camay, Targo, N. D J waa rarneo over tn HaarnT A-w a. faivttiaa- diatrict Botarians tot Boas of Targe by ana Rock Isiaad meet Peoria next ApriL At ae , P y-ataraay to faee a eharge conclnsioa of tha toast program, '"winoTing mortgaged property, tha carina aaaamhlaaw adionmed to Carney is said to have nwcltassd tha opan air pavfllon where Judge ; an automobile in tha North Dakota Hoggins delivered aldrsss.. Us . masterful I Licensed to Wed j ....Chicago istered as the court decides. capital has a grievance, just so will the . court decide as the evi dence warrants." Denounces OseMan Control. ' Judge Huggins denounced the system of one-man control in cap ital and one-man control in labor. He charged that great corporations have been so manipulated as to bring the great force of their pow er under a single head. By this was hbor taught the lesson of or ganisation modeled after the sys tem of capitalism, with the result that one man often assumes' the congress that an appeal would bo taken to tha people , at election time if the la was ignored. It would have been an instance ot a true working ot democracy. j Tha judge declared that if the government fails to handle cases of this kind as they should be han dled, then democracy fails in Its most important function. fti beginning his address, the speaker reviewed the rise of the democratic form of government down through the centuries, de claring it to be the only form of government that gave an equal opportunity to every man. He cit ed the lives of Lincoln and Lloyd. George as fitting examples of what the boy born in humble circum stances .ran accomplish. . GasKs Are Enjoyed. The Rotarians - thoroughly en joyed the afternoon program, con sisting of an automobile tour of the j quad-cities and Rock Island arsen jal and athletic contests and other If j sports at Douglas park. From the hour pi 3 o ciock until e, Douglas park rang with the shouts of the dignified men, once more young sters. Ball games were played with the large indoor ball. So great was the fun derived that scores were forgotten. Various races and oth er mirth ' provokers served to arouse appetites to a keen pitch, so that by the time Rotarian George Stephenson was ready with the chicken supper at the Watch Tow er, everyone was prepafed to do It full justice. Colonel Harry B. Jordan, presi- Mrs. Catherine M. Jackson ,. ChUJicothe, m. JsV Karonsky ........ -Detroit Agaas L. Long ......... Andrew Dndsik .......East Moline Annie P. Vesvarda..,..East Moline Swan Berclund Holme Mrs, Emily Jacobson...... .Moline EX.TI5IZTJELA OFFICIAL DEAD New York, Aug. 81. General Ra mon Ayala, former vice president ot Venezuela, is dead at his home here after a short Illness. CONDITION SERIOUS. Parts, Aug. 81. Sarah Bernhardt, the actress, is suffering from a congestion f the lung! and inflam mation of the kidneys and Is con fined to her bed. - BT ALL MEANS. V , Ride the "Capitol" on Tuesday. Aug. 31, or Wednesday, Sept 1. Soend an afternoon on the beauti ful Mississippi. Leave Davenport 2:30 p. m., Rock Island 3:00 p. m. N and to have had tmortgagsd to tha limit. 1 ; He left Fargo soma time ago m the car. Hotwas arrestedTia Roek Island several days ago by Detec tives Dennis Bennett and Charles einnaas. and was h.ld until offi cials could identify him. Sheriff Ross said that the' prisoner Is the man- wanted, and that he would re turn with him this overling. SATURDAY, SEPT. 4, Is the bargain moonlight on the steamer G. W. Hill. Fare only 35 cents. Ton eannot .afford, to stay Home si wis cneap rata, v IKJQIBS (GRANULES) . - INDIGESTION r in wlw hot orldt 4 o M19 to aruKio QUICK RELIEF! MAKERS Of acorrs emulsion jjWLERICA''R3 JV PD ONE 106 THEATRE most 0 JL I Black Hawk Theatre g 1103 Twelfth Avenue '3 Tonight I EYES "OF MEN And a Universal Comedy r g' Wednesday S Special i MARGUERITE I CLARK 3 . The Seven Swans 3 And a 3 CHRISTIE C03IEDI Thursday ' FALSE CODE ll!lllll!l!!!illlll!lillllllini!!!l' Get Your Fresh EVEREADY Flashlight Battery Here TVT matter what flashlight tou . have there's an i 1M Eveready Battery td fit it,' and we have them strong, fresh, dependable. , There's a guarantee, too, wfiich assures yon. a speci fied number of continuous hours light. So you can , count on reliable, definite service from Eveready Flashlight Batteries. . ' ' They jitakl Flashlights. 0 McKINLEY HARDWARE CO. ZZ7 LighteenUxitreet 1 MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Today SHORTY HAMILTON "0 THE ARIZONA WAY In 5 Acts . 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Because .its destroying properties," this wlphur preparation begins at once ) "soothe irritated shin and heart wspuons such as rash, pimples and "H worm. It seldom fails to remove the tor JJht and disfigurement, and yoti'do ? liave to wail for relief from m "sssment. Improvement quick g Jhows. Sufferers from skin tsou Jjf should obtain a small Jar ot Mho-Sulphur from any good C(Ut and use It like cold cream. yy. - " v " v. nthc PA i STEAMER B T0L Given by TRI-CITY FEDERATION of LABOR Wed., Sept. 1st All Union People Are Cordially Invited. Tickets 75c, War Tax Included. ''''' ' Have Uncle Sam Carry Your Washing B taMtVi a parosl pott ftatioa near yoo, lot it nakt aa end of jour wank- ixj troubles, f - z z t . If you. fire la tha couatrj, or oct of town Jnft ptOnu vp your famOf wshinf t wrap it soenrer, and send it to onr modem lauadry by parcel poet We will do joor familT wash tng for joa in the nmi thorough way that ira wash for hundreds of tarn ISsM everywhere. ' . c " r - 8troaf ctnrn baft hare been drrisod to carry your bundle safely parcel postratot hare been made to meet tail demand oa the part of orrt-rf-towB women' for oar apodal ixs4 laaadry nwrrfc; . We deanw yov rdomet hi aaft, pare, water aad'the finost of aoap fiiko aada.' Tour ; ' arments are soused fently up and down to free them from dirt without the strain of . robbing or : wringing.' Wo . return your famuybundle prbjnptly orery jhing dehfhtruDy sweet and clean. Try onr method. It will gtre yoa happy leisure rhours, free from (he cares, of homo washday. Find out todaysbout your parcel post rates for laandryT Than Send us your family bundle regularly. Send JAMISON'S LAUN PHONES MOLINE 581 snd 582 26th St. and 5th Ave., Moline. DRY I Colonial sss as Geo nine Pipe Organ TODAY TOMORROW NORMA . TALMADGE. 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I "Go Ana Get It" A Riot of Romance and Realism A First " National Attraction. S Njiih .. - . I WESLEY "FREGCLES BARRY And a wonderful all star east More thrills and laughs to each s V Incn ot film than other pictures' have in a foot if ' ALSO P1THE 5EWS-PASAX0OT SAGAZtSX v " - S " , 15DI AJTD XCT CUSPS COXEDT. We advise to come early. One of taeAeason's greatest pictures. . IoaU be sorry II yon miss It s COMING GEORGES CARPENTIER n THE WONDER-MANM mmmmmmmnmmmmmmiimr St."""" ....M.........aaLu..a..ka".yy.l..a.aaI..aa...li' ll niiiiwnianiiauHiiiiiNiniinuiili 1 A DAUGHTER OF I TWO WORLDS a magnificent super spe- cial, with love, thrills and daring romance. To miss this picture is to miss the best thing this star has ever ps done. Added feature, comedy ss and Who's Who In Rock Is ss land. ' S FrWay and Saturday TOM MIX in 1 THE TEEB0B IiiiiiiiiiiniiiuiHiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiii''- I BROWS B1ALT0 4 Siatli Street TODAY GLADYS B ROCKWELL IN Flames of the Flesh Also Billy Franey In WHAT 9EXTI 1 Wednesday 1KT AC0BD THE X005 RIDERS' No. 7 STXE5T AYEITGES Final Episode S ' " THURSDAY "BIRTH OF A RACE" iiriniiiiiiiiiii!i!s;;;:!'iiiii::iiiiniiiii'r iiiii.'Mllliiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiyiii'ipiiiM ' I ,,...:. tJU il . intrrtpT. 4TvrFiTrrwfi . !lls m. vuiaiv.u nw v ai h a auan ma .... . . . , If 3. " m ; "J-", 1 j 1, n-". . If i - em HP"'4 t 1 i i iff- V,N 1 i" vk ; aS?r?rv "rt ' ' if Lcnrvp.sr I! sasasifr a 1 aa sa mms sas a w em - t r 1 ILLINOIS THEATRE Eg P a R. L tU EE The Barmma ef BariesqM 1 French frolics 1 OneNifht S WEDNESDAY ss. SEPT.'l. 20 Dancing Dolls 20 1 TEMPTATION SSe. 7S& SLSS. bTSOl, rtes tax. -Seats Bow SeUm4 MUMHWHIMHHI a m rrtT a "r AUUUDlAenall Mayor JOBS. - troad service Thursdav 'bjr Promoter . . to Benton liar- 1e Moline vtnm wit. White's Banf0"" tJ JaV VI U"7 aavwu Chah the promoter fig as a conseauence, the a companies had their Ewetting the fans back to . i. ' ' .; .. . Wit he the case a week .Mday, however, promises .gement In addition to rjrvar boats and trains, s pe ts .wui leave ctucago at 5 and 1:00 a. m. Monday. ill leave Chicago. si 8:15. ""m. and 1:00 p. nu . Will Si- 'ft-"".'" Sacrifice hits. Brant 2; " rfis Strong, Dresses. Stolen bases. Danaher. Struck out, oy uiuen water, 4; by Voigt. 1. Bases on balls, off Gillenwater, 2. First base ! on errors, Danaher, Gillenwater, Hank. Umpire, Line. Tims of game. 1 : 10. " Boys' Shoes That Wear and Fit Dclly Subway 1723-33 Second A. Is V.! i 5; 4 . it