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THE ARGUS TUESDAY. MARCH-10, 1909.
' The. Illinois.
(Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue.)'
COMI?f6 ATTRACTIONS. '. - V
, March 18 aad weekv-iHcknuu-&aaer
compaay. . ,''' t
.- March SB "A" Brokeiii XioV
March 2S-WaIker.tVhlteBlde la "The
Ing an act that Is also full. of comedy.
His -story of his home on a farm near
Sllvls Is a sidesplitter. V
. "A Broken ldol."-r-Oti3 . Harlan and
his merry, associates who have been
entertaining the patrons of tho Whit
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BERTIE BEAUMONT, IN
'A BROKEN IDOL," AT THE ILLINOIS NEXT
.March 87 "Prlaee of Sarin," m
. Mareh 28 Ile of Spice," matlaee.
ney opera house in Chicago, wlt6
1 Stephens, Williams-and Van Alstyi
' The Elite.
, (Eighteenth Street, North of Second
Elite Stock eompaoy, appeartnK each
cvealas at 815, with matlneea Taen
Amjm, Friday aad Sunday.
(Second Avenue, East of Nineteenth
'' Taadevtlle' at 3, 8, and 0:15 p.m. Oae
aaatlaoo Saadaja aad holidays.
At the Family. The bill at the Fam
ily the first half of this week is feat
ured by Jule ".'Walters and company,
laughing Kong play, "A Broken Idol,"
will make a brief spring tour in the
piece oeiore going to lioston for a
summer run. Rock Island Is one v.t
the cities to be visited during this
trip. "A Broken Idol"' Is said to be a
genuine comedy with a musical set
ting, the first act being in Chinatown,
L03 Angeles, during the New Year's
celebration, and the second on the es
tate of a wealthy American "at Santa
Monica. The idol Is broken in a row
in a Chinese chop suey emporium dur
ing the celebration by a "party of
Americans, who believe that they have
killed a Chinaman when they see it
fall. They are allowed to believe this
until the finale of the last act when
the tangle is straightened out. Gus
Schlke, who is always to be depended
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Wednesday and Thursday
Tke new spring hats are ready. Our miliini
ery section greets you on these, our. opening
day with, quite the largest and. most beauti
ful collection of stylish head wear we have
ever made and we cordially invite ; your in- ,
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pection. . t .
There are large hats "and small hats
hundreds of them no two alike and every'
one absolutely exclusive. .. .
The variety of eftects to choose from -
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the thoroughly reliable quality of the mater
' ials and trimmings the comparatively " low
pricing these are the' elements that combine '
to form the supremacy of Bee Hive Millinery
at The 3ee Mim
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It behooves every
Stocks are complc
'Easter Is Rapidly approaching f
woman who contemplates the purchase of new wearing apparel to make her selections soon
complete in every detail and you will find the most sought for of exclusive ideas in". .
Sutts, Skirts, , Coats, Costumes, Waists and Petticoats
You know that the final rush just before Easter means - greater crowds smaller assortments perhaps dis
appointment for you. The right style and the right shades for you are here now and the range of sizes is so
complete, that to be fitted without requiring any alteration, is no unusual occurrance. When alterations
are neccessary we make them free of charge. .. -
114-116 W. 2nd
7$ 7.71 HITL Dkvenprt' u-
more, actress, now appearing in "Lady
Frederick" at the Hollis Street, theater,
and Russell Griswold Colt of Bristol,
R. I., son of Colonel Samuel Pomeroy
Colt, for many years president of the
United States Rubber company, were
married at the rectory of the Roman
Catholic Church of the Most Precioas
Blood in Hyde park at 9:30 o'clock
Sunday morning, . according to an an
nouncement made last night by Miss
Barrymore's manager. Rev. .Father
Chittick officiated. The-marriage was
witnessed by John Barry more, brother
Of the bride, and Roswell Colt, brother
of the- groom.' . . '.
L. V. Eckhart ..
Thomas . Cox
Dina Ramser ...
Dennis- Bennett '"
Thomas South . .'.
G. W. Hill
E. P. Kell ;. ......
Fred Smith .....
C.: J. Meenaii
riag Pn frt nil
1 ICV V'Ml UUII ....i
C. A. McCartney 1.
. 4 18.
. 4 00
. 15 00
. .37 ro
. .37 60
. .37 SO
Frank Westhay ... 37 50
k iTranlf - Vflrhnrv flrt
v.uy couuen rouui, nqoK lsiauu, xu.,jC Cushman ,.... 27 50
March 16, 1&09. The council met in: Henry Karstens .s .9 00
regular session at 8 p. m., Mayor
Schaffer presiding, and all the alder
The minutes of the . last regular
session. were read and approved..
Alderman Utke submitted an ordi
nance, which was considered and
adopted by unanimous vote, allowing
the labor payroll for week ending
March 14, as follows:
Pete Loge 14 45
Wm. O'Brien 9 95
Henry Utke ..11 00
Fred Bowers .', 8 90
Tony Harper 11 t0
Richard Bailey 8 9U
Andrew Anderson .............. 8-40
Frank Johnson 4 20
Joe Stroehle 3 5
N. Wilhite 1. 30 0
Henry Wish, 6 75
Wm. Ackerman t. . 5 i5
Nels Petefson 10 75
Chas. Grams , 10 7!
H. C. Schaffer
M. T. Rndgren .
Wallace Treichler '
J. F.. Witter
J. M. Lundburg ..
Wm. H. Gest, Jr..
J. W. Cavanaugh
Hank Morgan ....
N. J. Hoeltzner . . .
. .SO 00
A. F. . Greaser 33 00
Ed. Caulfleld 33 00
Robert Seefeldt 33 00
Clarence Skinner 35 00
Roy Reed 35 00
lames Farrell 3G 00
Wm. Ray 31 50
11. Harris ...39 00
Henry Frank 33 00
Wra. Sprague 33 00
H. F. Lamp ; .33 00
Geo. W. Henry CO 00
. . Recapitulation.
5 Fire department 720 83
John Guinnane 10 75 1 Police department
Jas. O'Hern 10 75 J Health department
ADELAIDE WALTERS, PRETTY COMEDIENNE APPEARING AT
. .. ' .. FAMILY THEATER. - - "
A. B. Sugdon
John Entler ..
Claus Beck . . .
Emil Frank . .
Dave Rooks . . .
D. W. Kelley
Dave Rooks ... i ... . .
C. F. Gaetjer
Street account "'. ;
Reservoir expense account . .
Waterworks expense account..
THE! Park account
- 8 C5
Total general fund ..
Water" works expense
Reservoir expense ...
Total water works funds . . . .580 Oo
secured from the Hartford Insurance
company at premium of $200. Report
Alderman Blochlinger offered a reso
lution that' city clerk ask for bids lor
25 water meters. Adopted.
Alderman , Utke moved ' matter 'A
drainage of certain territory between
Ninth and Tenth street south of
Eleventh avenue be referred to street
and alley committee. Carried.
Alderman Carse from sewer, commit
tee reported granting various parties
right to make sewer connections. Report-adopted.
' - , . .
Alderman Carse. moved that when
council adjourn R be to Tuesday,
March 23. Carried. ,
Alderman . Smith moved , committee
of three confer with Btate representa
tives and urge their support of bill of
Representative Chipperfield now pend
ing, relating to labor at state peniten
tiary. Adopted. The mayor named as
such committee Aldermen Smith,
Blochlinger and Trefz. I
Alderman McNealy read petition
from property owners asking for open
ing of Seventeenth avenue west from.
Thirtieth street, and for removal of
barbed wire fence along Seventeenth
avenue. Referred to health and 'police
ommittee. alderman of ward and! city
attorney, with power to act. " Adopted.
Alderman McNealy read communi
cation from Volunteer Coal ' company
relative to bid on fuel at the water
works. Laid on table on motion of
Alderman McNealy read petition for
3treet light at Seventeenth avenue
and Twenty-fifth street. Referred to
fire and light committee and alderman
Alderman McNealy moved matter of
drain tile in alley east of Twenty
eighth street and south of Eighth ave
nue be referred to plumbing Inspector.
Alderman Tuckls moved council
name John W. Alvord of Chicago and
George P. Prince of Denver as con
suiting engineers ' to examine plans
and bida of proposed, filter . plant,
in. consultation with city engineer.
Adopted 12 to 1. (McNealy). ,
presenting a comedy, sketch entitled
"Yen Yensen from Yersey," taken from
' the famous metropolitan newspaper
cartoon of "Yens, the Yanitor." Jule
"Walters peedS no introduction to Rock
.Island theatergoers. Mr. Walters has
given the Swedish character "Yens" a
deep study, and must be seen to be
'.appreciated.. He is assisted in the lit
tle playlet by Mrs., Walters, who char
. acterizes as V -" Yenevieve," - "Yen's"
sweetheart. There ' Is also ; another
member of the Walters family on the
bill. MisB Adelaide- Walters, a daugh
ter. 'Miss Walters -works' single, and
her act is . clever one. ; She plays her
.own accompaniments to her vocal num
bers, and also does some trick piano
playing .while: dancing 'a clog dance.
Delmore .and iiarrell .are presenting a
comedy eftetch entitled "Vaudeville
Behind the-, Scenes" that is funny.
Will Bino, the rube clown. Is present-
upon for novelties, has furnished somu
delightful ones for this production. At
the Illinois March 22. ...
Opens ' Week's Engagement. Last
evening ''The . Hickman-Bessey ; com
pany opened a week's engagement at
the Illinois theater presenting a new
line of plays and polite . vaudeville,
Since they were here at ' the "Air .
V Murphy .. . . ,
C. Church .......
Dome" last summer several new plays j " valentine
have, been added lp their repertoire a,.; Schmidt, ..:.'
and Rock Island theater goers will be . c. Scnroeder
able to witness a series of high class) J. Blalsdell .....
flays never before presented by a D. Brahm ........
popular priced company.' .' Last nignt
"Thorns arid ' Orange .Blossoms wjb
presented with good effect. -. -:
ETHEL BARRYM0RE BRIDE
Grand total ...... $2,454 lb
Alderman Utke moved sewer com-
. 24 GOjmittee and alflerman of ward confer
io9 4s ,with architect and city engineer with
.133 20 ,vew to relieving sewer situation at
, . 28 35 ' "est building, with . power . to act.
.. 24 60 i Adopted.
j The clerk read renorts of chief of
. . . . ?308 00 1 police and police matron-for February.
Alderman Tuckls submitted an ordi-! Received and placed on file.
nance, which was . considered an 1 j Alderman . Thompson moved mayor
adopted by unanimous vote, allowing; name special committee of five to de
claims against the several . funds as , termine responsibility for the error iu
- ! the Seventeenth street sewer. Adopted.
50 00. The mayor named as such committee
Z.V Aldermen Blochlinger. Carse, Smith
""H aa Thompson and Lawler.
""ir on The clerk, read petition from Chan
""tr. nn:non & Dufva and Rosenfield. Bros, for
"35 00 i permission to make sewer connections.
,33 75 Referred to - sewer committee with
. . 32 50 1 power to act. ' : - .
. . . 32 50 i' - The -clerk; presented ; plats of . Ellen
. . 32 50; Andrews.'; second addition and W. E.-
, . 22,50-Bailey's. seventh addition.. Referred le
, street- anl &Hey committee. . . 4
OA resolution that matter of disposition of 1
Actress Married to ItUHsel G. Colt of
. iwsuon, raarcn in.. auss EUiel Barry- j.Comirn
J. Mandell ...
B. Stevens ..
A. Hill iV.
Alderman McNealy moved matter of
flaming arc lights be referred to fire
and light committee. Carried.
Alderman Carse moved matter of
construction of drain on Nint-h street
between Fifteenth and Eihteenth ave
nues be referred to board of local im
provements, "with power to act. Car
.Alderman Thompson moved cleric
notify consulting engineers of their
Adjourned on motion of Aldenna.i
Tuckis. M. T. RUDGREN.
r - City Clork. "
VACCINATE IN -BIG ASYLUM
Case of SniallH)X Causes Extra Pre
cautions in South Bartonvilo.
Peoria, 111., March 16. Two thous
and four hundred patients, attendants,
members of the administrative staff,
nurses and physicians at the Illinois
General Insane Asylum, South Barton
ville, yesterday and today passed
through the hands of the surgeons and
were vaccinated by order of Superin
tendent. Dr. George A. Zeller, who set
the example by himself being vaccin
ated. The general vaccination order
was promulgated and at once carried
out on Sunday, when it, developed that
one patient was suffering with the dis
Good Liniment.j. ,
Yon wftf huntra1 good wiltl before
you find "a preparation that is equal to
Chamberlain's Liniment ag a cure for
muscular and rheumatic pains, for
the cure of sprains and soreness of
the muscles. It is equally valuable
for lame back and all deep seated
muscular pains.- 25 and 50 cent sizes
for sale by all druggists.. ,.
Fop Making Fudge
and TaMy get
A pure, fine-flavored syrup that Tnv
makes the finest kind of candy. J fOllJ
la 10c. 23c, and 50c tins at all groccra V7
fl, book ct cooking and " , ' jl( III
candy-making . redpts (if S. ' ' ' I
senf free cn request. . jf 7 ill
CORN PRODUCTS REFINING CO, f VSAVl
37 50 ' dea . aDlmals be referred,, to health j
30 00 ' an poUce , committer. Adopted. ; . j
30 00 i Alderman Blocjxlhiger reported rec-;
16 70 ommending that $25,000 bpller.' Insur-'
4 35 ance policy tor term of five years', be
There's No Getting Away from' the Fact
' ;, " ; (SEE OUR BUSY WORKSHOP) '
Our clothes must be giving satisfaction, for we're doing THE tailoring
business of the town. - j- .. -v;::'
(CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.)
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