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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1909.
NEWS OF TH
Change Bar Entrance. Gorman &
Harrison of the Hotel Davenport an
uounce that the hotal bar will oe
changed so as to be 300 feet from St.
Anthony's church. The fore part of
the present bar . room will be parti
tioned off .and used for other purposes.
The rear portion will be utilized for
bar purposes and the entrance will be
placed on. "what is known as Pretzel
alley, some eight or 10 feet from the
corner. A movement is on foot to have
the city council change this alley into
a street. The present bar will remain
cpen during these alterations, which
will be made at once. An adjourned
session- of the city council from last
Saturday morning will be held Thurs
day morning at 10 o'clock and at this
meeting it is expected the city council
will be requested to convert Pretzel
alley into a street.
Says it Was Challenge. That the
granting of 190 saloon permits by the
city council was accepted by the Civic
federation as a challenge from the 'i
quor interests, and resulted in the
present movement to enforce the 300
foot limit, in the barring of lunches,
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nee ami uiuriwiee jiuui all odiuuns,
and the proposal to test the new peti-j
tion of consent in the courts, was the
declaration of Rev. Mott R. Sawyers
in his sermon at the Mt. Ida Presby
terian church Sunday evening.
Charge is Serious. Information has
been filed against William Endicott,
charging him with assault with inteut
. to inflict great bodily injury. The com-
plainant is George Anthony, the man
who was vo seriously stabbed Saturday
night. Anthony was stabbed in 10 dif
ferent places and while the wounds
are very painful, none of them are ex
pected to prove fatal.
Child is a Prodigy. Frankie Atkins,
Jr., the 7-year-old son of Frank Atkins,
a blacksmith at the locomotive works.
I'.ay be a famous artist some day. if
he isn't, it will not be because he has
tot fhown an interest in drawing and
an aptitude for it, at an early age.
When Frank was only a wee little fel
low, he spent hours amusing himself
with his pencil, and his father is able
to show with commendable pride a lot
!of sketches, some of them copies of Wm. Eckerman
pictures-In the funny papers and na- Pete Bos .......
ture books, and others drawn from Fred Schoel ...
' .... . Unln T" n.nn
memory, which many a mature person
would find jit hard to duplicate.' The ha8' 5?ra8
lad is only 7 years old at present, ,au
and lils parents hope some day to bo ml, pjjjjjk '
able to place him under instruction jonn Conwell .
that will properly guide and develop joe heelan
the ability ne nas snown with the pen-. inhn Nelson
cil and brush. iZibe Gipson 3 15,
O'Neill 11 !k
No Lights; Chauffeur Fined. F. O.
Christensen. chaufTeur for Mrs. Velie,
was fined $7.05 in police court yester-
11 80 day for driving a machine about town
3 15 Saturday nights on which lights 'were
14 20 ui,t displayed.
Bury Garbage Elsewhere. Moline
garbage will no longer be buried on
the Jarvis Fargo farm, arrangements
Adds to Levee Committee. Captain Dennis Collins
A. A. Jacobson ..............
W. Cable, Jr., have been named as the vvm. ssprague 21 50 l,cvinS been completed by Mayor Ol- J
Commercial club's members of the EJav. ?? ,f ' " ' 14 70 fcC,1 Health Commissioner Arp and
joint committee on permanent im- "!? lf ' 4 2o Health Inspector Jones to have it bur-
provement of the river front, author-, John conwell 4 45, ied on other ground 011 the Rock river'
lzeu ai me recent meeting ai tne ciuu. a A ja(.0hson 4 20 uotiom road, tnree miles from town.
at which the plans for the improvement Dennis Collins 5 25 This new ground is better adapted for
of the levee were discussed. Mayor o p. Gaetjer H b" the purpose, because seepage condi-
Fcott is still to appoint three members e! J. Sherman 21 00 tions are excellent. There has been '
to complete the committee. This will C. F. Gaetjer ; 134 40 considerable protest on the part of
be one of the most important commit- John Burton 1- " 4 e ident in the neighborhood of the
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laigu piai;c uciaunt; inv ii, nan ucn
tees of the city during the next few Roger Price
Eckerman 13 65
Whether Davennort is bonded vm- : " 1.1,1 vim?- its earhaee there
lr make thfV maeriifirpnt ImnrrivAmpnt Pete BOS tus , immn i
of adding 171, acres to its river front,
or whether but part of the big project
is tackled, the matter of the levee im
provement is one of vital bearing on
the city's future.
I A Barker .... o 25 w"
R. Chapman"!.'.'.".".'..'.'.' 10 00 ceVt that there ha8 been more rain and
Total $1192 00 the garbage beds. A number of mn
Recapitulation. who own property in the vicinity of the
Street account $611 00 'Fargo farm had planned to hold a
Sewer account 81 90 'meeting Sunday morning, the purpose
Reservoir expense acc't 137 55 l.eing to pledge sufficient money to en-
Waterworks exp. acc't 54 30 sage a lawyer to test the city's right
City council room, Rock Island, 111 , ! Contingent account
248 00 to dispose of its garbage there.
July 12, 1909. The council met in reg-
ulai session at 8 p. m., all the alder
In the absence of Mayor McCaskrin,
Alderman Lawler was elected mayor
lo tern on motion of Alderman Flick. ' services for 12 days as inspector on
7th ward sidewalk acc't .
4th ward sidewalk acc't
To Increase Output. The Wright
Cuirlage Body company has let a con
tract to Axel Carlson for tho construc
tion of an addition to its plant, to take
The minutes of the last regular
and adjourned meetings were read and
Mayor McCaskrin took the chair.
Alderman Holzhammer submitted an
ordinance, which was considered and
The clerk read bill of S. S. Hull for thc form of & third 8tory extending
over the west one-half of the present
building. The addition is made neces-
C. Brindle ...
Wm. McCarthy 25 20
Tom Fox 25 20
Tony York 25 20
Adolph Lambracht 25 20
Wm. McDonald 21 00
J. McDonald 41 10
NMuth street improvement, at $4 ia day
Alderman Utke moved bill be al- -ry by a growing demand for auto
lowed. Adopted by unanimous vote, t mobile bodies from the three local
The clerk read communication from automobile manufacturing concerns,
property owners relative to extension The erection of the addition will begin
r mtmSpri Thlrtv.fo.irih street sewer immediately after the material arrives.
ulopted by unanimous vote, allowing, .jnth-and-a-half avenue. Refe- .It. will measure COxlOO feet. The addl
labor payroll for week ending Jtily 10, red toward oS local improvements. jtional space thus gained will be given
The clerk read communication from '.ever entirely, to the manufacture nt
Sarah B Hillier relative to alleged automobile bodies. This is a branch
nuisance maintained by Gust Johnson cr manufacture which the concern has
at 816 Fourth avenue. Referred .to '"ken up as the automobile uusiuess
board of health and health committee '"as grown locally. The Moline Au'o
with power to act. J mobile company, the Midland Motor
Alderman Blochlinger from special -cr company and the Velie Motor Ve
committee reported recommending that hkle company all purchase bodies for
$2,000 be allowed P. F. Trenkenschu-i ?,neir machines of tho Wright company
on account "of Seventeenth street. their demand has recently grown
sewer construction. Adopted by unani- lc 6Uch proportions that enlargement
A CLEAN HEAD MEANS A
Good Tiling to . Know in Warm
Better to know what will make
the head clean and cool.
Only one answer.
You've heard of it of course.
You knew it was the only real
dandruff germ killer worth while.
You knew the Harper House phar
macy guarantees it to stop dandruff,
falling hair and itching scalp in two
weeks or money back.
That this wonderful hair rejuven
ator. Parisian Sage, turns harsh, fad
ed, lusterless hair ino silky, beauti
ful, lustrous hair in a few days.
You know that it is extensively
used by women of refinement.
But you didn't know that it would
keep the scalp nice and cool in summer.
wen, now you Know it, so get a
large bottle and if you aren't satis
fied get your money back 50 cents
at the Harper Housre pharmacy.
Leading druggists everywhere in
America now sell Parisian Sage and
for your own good always remember
that the girl with the auburn hair
is on every package. Made in Amer
ica by Giroux Manufacturing com
pany, Buffalo, N. Y.
Geo. Schaab . .
Wm. McCarl .
G. Elsham . . .
M. Gunther . . .
E. A. Brasher 8 40
G. McGuin . A 4 20
J. Miner 2 10
M. Carpenter 4 20
F. Schoel 2 10
W. Barnes 2 10
Geo. Archer 3 15
A. Bodaker 4 20
G. Aten 3 15
Mr. Haghe . . . ; 4 20
Samuel Daxon' 19 25
Fred Bowers -14 70
J. Anthony 13 65
J. Ehlers 14 70
W. Durling 7 80
H. Kurtz 14 15
Barney Smith 12 60
H. Diesenroth 12 60
John Gentry ;.. 3 75
Fred Slaughter 10 50
Thos. Manuel 8 40
Pooly Myers 12 60
R. Connelly 12 60
J. Stroehle 8 40
Frank Johnson 10 50
J. P. Johnson 8 40
W. Kaiser 7 35
M. O'Connell 8 40
Rock Island Property.
$3,800 A seven room, thoroughly
modern house on Nineteenth street.
Paving paid for and nice lot. lu
fine condition. .
$3,650 A seven room, two story
house on Fourteenth street. Every
modern convenience. Newly pa
pered and painted.
$3,200 A 10 room house, well lo
cated on Seventh avenue. Well
rented. Good income -property and
Kvcry piece of property ad
vertised here is worth the
wont y asked.
Some of them .are snap. -We
have a thousand more lo
Hubbard & Tonn,
Fire Insurance a Specialty.
105 Second Ave. Both phones
every ; convenience.
Bargain for some
walks in and paid.
$750 Two lots on Ninth street
$3,150 A six room, modern cot- south of Eighteenth avenue.
$3,000 A seven room house near
Twenty-fifth streeKand Eighth avo
nue. Fifty foot lot wiih elegant
shade. Electric lights, water . and
$3,200 New scveu r6oiu home
near reservoir. Furnace. Wired for
lights and piped for sewer and gas.
$3,100 A seven room house
nicely located rear Augustana col-
1 w .
.-ge. uaunury, furnace, sewer.
tage near Twenty-third street. $365 Lots on Twenty-eighth water and gas. A bargain.'
Nicely located and has all modern st,.eet jn Wallace grove addition.
improvements. . Easy terms.
$3,300 A two story, six , room $650 Lots on Tenth avenue be
house on Fourteenth street.' His tween Thirty-second and Thirty-
furnace, electric lights, ss stove, fourtn streets; 50x150 feet. Will
sell on easy terms. -$475
Lot in Blakesly's Twelfth
bath, , water, sewer, laundry ana
$3,300 A seven room, modern
house. Easy walking distance from
$4,500 For one of the handsom
est homes in city. Seven roam 5.
two story. Solid oak finish. Every
convenience. Deep lot. Near Sev
enth avenue and Twenty-ninth
street, tfjhis is a beauty.
$4,500 A two story, 10 room
house in Edsewood nark. All mod-
$425 Lot 48x214 feet in back's ern. Good barn. Big Mot. Will
Woodmen building. Nice corner lot fourti, addition to South Heights.- consider trade for smaller property.
and nice neighborhood. Rents at $20
$3,200 A seven room house near
Has considerable fruit. $4,500 A modern eight room.
$2,700 A five room cottage, cen- House in South Heights. . Nearly ,.
business district. Corner lot. Prop- trauy Seated, has water, sewer, gas half acre of ground. Elegant shade
erty is well rented. , ... paving paid. - -and fruit. House nearly new. Will
$2,600 A 10 room house on paved- $2,000 A seven room house on sell on very liberal terms.
street. City water, sewer and gas. portieth street. Just built, has
Barn. Lot 40x160. sewer and water.
$3,500 A seven room partly mod- $2,800 An eight room cottage on
ern house on Fourteenth-and-a-half Eighth avenne. Has sewer, water,
street. Nearly new. Good barn. gas oatij cemcnt walks.
Lot 47x120. $2,900 An elegant six room
$6,500 An eight room modern house near Rock Island depot, has
brick house in fine residence dis- every modern convenience.
trict. Lot 60x140. Steam heat aim
$4,200 Ail eight room modern
house nearly new, and a six room
cottage. Well located on paved
street. Always rented. A good
$2,400 A six room house on
Fifteenth street. East front, partly
$1,150 A five room cottage on
on Forty-firth street.
$650 A well located lot mi
Alderman Blochlinger moved that
Mrs. Anna Larkin be permitted to
make temporary water connection to ,
has become necessary.
adjoining attachment for property
Officer Ge,ts Beating. Officer Willis
liobsou of Silvis came in for a bad
j beating Sunday morning between the
lwir.rs nf 1 nnrl
Mr. Goettleman . . .
Hard Times Made Easy by Drs. Walsh
Pay What You Can. Pay When You Can.
Every Chronic Sufferer is Given a Chance
To treat with Drs. Walsh. Although hundreds
have been out of work during the last 14 months,
not one patient of ours ever had to stop treating
because tkej were out of money through lack of
We bare had 18 years of success here. Ores
50 doctors, who were probably very good doctors,
came here as specialists during that time and
failed as specialists. Wo feel justly proud of
our record. Most people think blood poison
cannot be cured ; still in our 15 years here we
have not failed in a single case. We not only
cured them, but we gave them a pleasant cure.
We did not let them become disfigured, with
while the tth hair falling out In patches. .One oi
sores or wint nine seasons in Hot Springs, and
have nerereplment there is very heroic, still they
us has sper equalled our record. Although we
have treated thousands of nervous sufferers,
some both mpntallv nnrt nhvulrallv weak, hrnnsrht
fcUeTtlM,Pa011 and nb,t were hard to break, still we did not
i IU wouaana lo a 8anitarium or asylum, our sue-
or. t. ''jjpl '
established in Dav
enport IS years, 12
rears longer in
business Jn Daven
port than all oth
on Eighth-and-a-half avenue between 'urs 01 1 ana i ociock as ttie result j
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets. !r attempting to disperse a gang of;
Adopted by unanimous vote. rowdies. The noise, makers were abus- j
Alderman Blochlinger moved filter jive a"d followed the officer down the
pioject be referred to waterworks and 'street and finally several of thc niem-;
finance committee to report. Carried. I Lers of lhe SanS assaulted him. They ;
Alderman Utke moved matter offthrew down, kicked and beat him
jet pump ' at Hartz Bahnsen com- and the "Sht was so fierce fiat his
pany building "be referred to water- coat and shjrt torn off. G. Griffin
works committee and superintendent a property noioer in bilvis. and his
of waterworks. - Carried. , uwu arresi ou ine cnarga
Alderman Holzhammer from street
and alley committee reported -unfavorably
on petition of Hon. W. H. Gest
for permission to alter location of
sidewalk along his property. Adopted,
10 to 3. (LaVanway, Schmid and Mo
Alderman LaVanway from claims
committee reported recommending
claim of Carl Nelson be allowed in
amount of $36, on account of grading
Fifth-and-a-half avenue, between Forty
Irst and Forty-second streets.
Alderman Lawler moved bill be re
fened back to committee for investi
gation. Alderman Carse moved as substitute
that bill be allowed, from Seventh
ward sidewalk fund. Adopted by un
Alderman Ellinwood moved matter
of disposition of dirt from grading on
Thirty-ninth street be referred tv
street and alley committee to report.
Alderman Prick moved the adoption
of ordinance prohibiting promiscuous
distribution of drug samples, as
amended. Adopted 12 to 1 (Holzham-
Alderman Frick moved the adoption
of ordinance for construction of 6-incb
watermain on Fortieth street, betweeu
Fifth aud Sixth avenues as read.
Adopted by unanimous vote.
Alderman Frick moved the adoption
of ordinance for construction of 6-incbj
of being engaged in the trouble.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Charlotte
Casperson, residing at 731 Third
street, died Saturday night after -m
illness of one week. Mrs. Casperson
was born in Sweden. Feb. 22. lSyl,
coming to this country in 1869. She
had lived in Moline for the greater
part of the time since coming to this
country. Her husband. Swan Casper
son, died in this, city in 1883. She
leaves three daughters. Mrs. Bettie
Florin at home, Mrs. Thomas Mahon
and Mrs. John Peterson, both of Chi-
honie or good investment for any Twelfth street, east front, paving
and sidewalks paid.
$2,200 An eight room brick flat
building on Third avenue. A 10
per cent investment.
$650 A good corner lot on Fourteenth-and-a-half
street, east front.
$2,700 A six room cottage on
5n town. Elegant location for resi- Fourteenth street, nearly new; has
deuce and will make good safe iu- water, sewer, gas and furnace,
vestment. $2,500 An elegant eight room
$6,250 For a nine room, modern house in South Heights with one
house on Seventh avenue. In fin" half acre ground. I)ts of fruit,
condition. Also includes a neat Good big barn. A bargain,
cottage which rents for $12.50 per $2,200 A six room house in
$3,800 An eight room, partly
modern house on Eighteenth street.
Good lot and nice location. Handy
to business center.
$10,500 Two splendid modern
1 houses on corner lot. Best location
A good 2H0 acre farm, five miles
from Milan. Good "improvements.
A bargain at $S0 per acre.
An 80 acre farm iu Scott county,
near interurban. Fair improve
ments. Good black loam. $2,500
will handle deal. Trice if sold At
160 acres 311 Lyman county, S.
D. Near good railroad town.
Worth $20 per acre. A snap at
160 acres near Grand Rapids,
Mich. Pine timber land with da.k
loamy soil. Will sell for cash or
trade for Rock Island property.
Per acre, $15.
SO acres in Barton county. Mo.
Two miles from railroad town. Will
trade for Rock Island property or
sell for cash. Per acre, $50.
100 acres iu northern Minnesota,
50 acres broke. Small improve
ments. Will sell or trade.
Three acres of ground inside city'
limits with improvements worth
month. Splendid lot and fine loca- South Rook Island with an acre of $100. Can be easily subdivided into
$6,250 A fine nine room, modern
home on Twenty-second street.
Nearly new. East front, fine neigh
borhood. $2,600 For -'a desirable eight
room house on Second avenue wi'.'i
city water. :;ewer and gas. Xic
shady lot with 50 foot frontage.
$5,000 For an eight room mo-1-
ground. all fenced with chicken
tight wire. Has lots of fruit.
'$2,000 A five room' house on
Thirty-ninth street in first class
shape. . Big lot and plenty of fruit.
$1,625 Five lots east of ball park
with cemcnt sidewalks in and paid
for. Here's a big bargain for some
one. Price good for 10 days.
$3,000 A seven room, modern
era house on Twenty-second street, house only two blocks from court
Has hot water heat and is desirable house. In good condition. Rents
in every respect.' at $20.
$400 lots on Seventeenth ave- $3,300 A seven room, two story
nue near ball park. Cement side- house convenient to Thirtieth street
lots. Will sell lor cash or trade
for land. Price, $5.0.
Two fine residence properties on
one of best streets iu city. Worth
$1,200 and will accept farm in Kan
sas or Oklahoma up to $in,iMW in
A hardware stock with store
building ard corner lot. This will
be sacrificed if can sell at onco.
Established trade. Good reason for
selling. $2,000 will swing the deal.
: A residence property in Kansas
City, Mo. Rented at $:;," per month.
Will trade for Missouri land.
WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE.
cago. also three sisters
brcthcrs in Sweden.
A Night Rider's Raid.
Thc worst night riders are calo
mel, croton oil or aloes pills. They
raid your bed to rob you of rest. Not
so with Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They never distress or inconvenience
but always cleanse the system, cur
ing colds, headache, constipation,
malaria, 25 cents at all druggists.
Uf a Famous Human Food.
The story of great discoveries or
inventions is always of interest.
An active brain worker I10 found
himself hampered by Jack of bodily
t-t-cngth and vigor and ct.;ild not
carry out the plans and enterprises
he knew how to conduct, was led ?o
study various foods and their effect
upon the human system. In other
woids before he could carry out his
plans he had to find a food that
would carry him along and renew his
physical and mental si length.
He knew that a food which was a
brain and nerve builder, (rather
than a mere fat maker) was univer
sally needed. He knew that nient
with the average man does net tc-
watermain and 8-inch sewer on Thirty complish, the desired results. He
fourth and other Btreets in Seventh . knew that the soft gray substance
ward. Adopted by unanimous vole. 1 111 brain and nerve centers if 'made
from albumen and phosphate of pot-
Aiuciuiau jr itiv ouuiuiutu uu .
cess in irM,:: ' LUUUKauu w
Bladder iMBe&aW rm D 8easefl. Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
work we have nev11 ot the 8ame D,8Q order. In our surgical
men has been praised by ai?6" ar 8Pcial home treatment for wo-
; . Enlarged Glands. 7 aJre to Varicocele, Hydrocele and
REMEMBER .y what n
you cannot call, write us a hlst;ry of WM tti 70X1 can M
V DRS. WALSH, WALSH & WALSH -
124 West Third Street, Davenport, Iowa. , ' ', ' . ';t
Honrs 10 a. m. to 12 m., 2 p. m. to 4:30 p. m., 7 p. m. to a-is
i bl; Sundays and holidays, 10:30 a. m. to 12 aoon. No office boon
f Tuesday evenings. ' ' - .
nance for protection of public health
nnd to prevent fraud and deception :n
manufacture and sal of ice cream,
and moved Its immediate considera
Alderman Frick read communication
from ice cream manufacturers sug
gesting ordinance regulating sale )f
Alderman Carse moved adoption of
ordinance submitted by Alderman
Frick. Adopted 9 to 4. (LaVanway,
Schmid, Ellinwood and Borst).
Alderman Cochran submitted an or
dinance regulating operation of shoe
ash obtained from f d. Then he
started to solve the p.oblem
Careful and extensive experiments
evolved Grape-Nuts, the i.ow famous
food. It contains the brain and
nerve building elements in condition
for easy digestion
. The result of eating Grape-Npts
daily is easily seen in a marked stur
diness and activity of the brain and
nervous system, making it a pleas
ure for one to carry on the daily
duties without fatigue or exhaus
. Grape-Nuts food is in no sense a
Small debts accumulate rapid
ly. Small savings do likewise
the man who starts either t to
save or spend is surprised at
the result. Spending every
thing means continual worry
perhaps a mountain of debt
Saving, putting by a little each
week, means a stack of dollars
and that comfortable feeling
Which are you doing? Let's
hope you have elected to save
in the future, if not in the past.
We invite you to open an ac-'
count with this strong bank
with $1 or more.
4 Interest Paid
Don't confine the eating of oranges to break
fast serve them many times a day.
They are a splendid tonic stimulate
the appetite aid digestion and act as a
The best fruit for children. Eat the
best oranges only. Look for the "Sunkist" circle on every box.
Ask Your Dealer for "Sunkist"
The choicest pick of 5,000 California orange groves.
They are selected, hand-picked, full-flavored fruit. Every
orange perfect. Learn the difference in
oranges today. Try the Best Oranges.
Ask your dealer for "Sunkist." He has
just received a fresh shipment. ,
California "Sunkist" Lemons are juicy and cheap.
Now is the time to make delicious lemon desserts, lemon
pie, lemon ice. lemon cake, lemon fritters all so good to
eat. Make your household happy by trying a lemon dessert
today. Be sure you ask for "Sunkist" you'll get the best
shining stands, and fixing an annual . stimulant, but is simply food which,
l!cense fee of $25 per year for stands, J renews and reclaims the dally waste.
and moved Its immediate considera
tion. Carried. Referred to ' the ordi
nance committee. .' .
Alderman McNealy offered resolu-
of brain aud nerves.
Its flavor is cnarming aud being
fully and thoroughly cooked at the
factory it is ' served instantly with
tion that sewer committee investigate Jcream. I
catch basin at Twentr-seventh street The signature of the brain worker
jahd Fifth-and-a-half avenue and report. ! spoken of, C. W Post, is to be seen
'Adopted. Jon each genuine package or urape-
uiAdJourned on motion ' of Alderman 'Nuts. -
1 Blochlinger. . . r " Look in ' packages for the fa-.
I . t ' M. TVRUDGREN, ' jmous little book, "The Road to Well-
. ,".. City Clerk, 'ville.". i'here's a Reason.' j
Hi iHETi lia iTiUQ Mil
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Loan You the Money. v .
MUTUAL LOAN eft
People's National Bank Building; Room 411. Old Phone West 123;
New 5109. Vpen Wednesday and Saturday Nights.