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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1910.
(Continued from Page Two.)
nue from Fifteenth to Twentieth.
(streets, and that they be- required to
operate their, Blue line cars and Elm
street cars, going both east and west,
over said Third avenue from Fifteenth
to Twentieth streets, and further' that
the Bridge line cars shall be com
pelled to pass over this Third avenue
route, at least going one way; said pe
tition containing about 160 signatures.
! The clerk also read a petition from
property owners and business men
protesting against the routing of cars
las urged by the petition last above
mentioned or disturbing the present
I routing of cars on Second avenue,
i Alderman Frick moved that the peti
tions be referred to the aldermen of
jthe Third and Fourth wards, they to
confer with the business men of Sec
ond and Third avenues with view of
reaching some amicable conclusion.
'Alderman TJtke moved as a substitute
itbat the street and alley committee
be alBo made members of said com
mittee to so confer, and the substi
tute, properly seconded, was carried.
On motion of Alderman LaVanway
business men from both Second and
Third avenues were called upon and
related at length their views as to ad
visability of making a change In the'
routing of street cars on Second and
The mayor read a short message to
the council regarding the same matter
and assuring the business men and
property owners interested in the
same of the council's desire and inten
tion to safeguard their best interests,
and further recommending that the
matter be taken up next Wednesday
evening in special session.
On motion of Alderman Utke, prop
erly seconded, the council when ad
journed will stand so. adjourned to
meet in committee of the whole Wed
nesday evening next. -
The mayor suggested that the Rock
Island Plow company report to this
body at its next regular meeting rela
tive to their proposed building exten
sions, and Alderman Blocblinger sug
gested that at the same time the
Walsh railway matter be taken up and
considered, and on motion of Alder
man LaVanway, seconded by Alder
man Blochlinger, eald matters are to
be considered at that time.
The mayor read a communication
from the Rock . Island Southern Rail
way company relative to the securing
of signatures for a right of way for
said company to enter city from west
ern limits, and outlining present plans
in that direction, and submitting a pe
tition for an ordinance granting right
of way to said company from Fifth
avenue, where the Chicago,' Rock Isl
and & Pacific intersects said avenue,
east to Seventeenth street, thence
north to Second avenue, thence north
on Seventeenth street to First avenue,
thence east on First avenue to Twen
tieth street. On motion of Alderman
McNealy the communication and peti
tion was referred for further consid
eration to committee of whole meeting
to be held Wednesday evening next,
and direction is given that reporter
supply duplicate copies of said pro
posed ordinance to each alderman.
' The mayor presented a message rec
ommending a public . sanatarlum for
tubercular patients, and on motion- of
Alderman Lawler, properly seconded,
the mayor was requested to formulate
a petition and have It circulated for
required number of signatures so that
voters may pass upon the. proposition
at the next election, and in order to do
this within the prescribed limit of
time. Alderman Lawler further moved
that the council meet in regular ses
sion next Wednesday evening at S
o'clock for the purpose of further con
sidering said matter, and his motion,
properly seconded, was carried.
'Alderman Blochlmger. Introduced a
resolution on behalf of 'the water
works committee that the superintend
ent of waterworks be Instructed to
shut off all water for whksh water
rent is not paid for semi-annual period
commencing Nov. 1, 1909, and on his
motion, properly seconded, resolution
Alderman Frick presented for second
reading Thirty-eighth, street improve
ment ordinance from south line of
Seventh avenue to city limits, and oh
his motion, properly -seconded, the
same was on roll call unanimously
Alderman Frick presented an ordi
nance prohibiting the turning on of
water on any plumbing. Job before
final test by city plumbing Inspector,
and providing penalty therefor. On
his motion, properly seconded, the or
dinance was Immediately considered,
and on his further motion laid over
for second reading. . .
Alderman Frick presented ordinance
providing for creation of office of oil
Inspector and describing the duties
and providing the compensation ' of
such officer. On his motion, properly
seconded, the ordinance was immedi
ately considered, and on his further
motion, properly seconded, said ordi
nance was laid over for second read
to. Alderman Frick presented ordinance
relating to the 'care 'of -meat, poultry,
fruit and other-foodstuffa, prescribing
prohibitions delatlve thereto, and pro
viding for a penalty for violation
thereof. - On his motion, properly sec
onded, the ordinance was Immediately
considered, and on his further motion,
properly seconded, was immediately'
Alderman McNealy presented a reso.
lutlon that the plumbing Inspector be
Instructed to Immediately remote an
"3" tap from the residence of Mr.
Wanglan on Twelfth street, between
Third and. Fourth Avenues, and on nls
motion, properly seconded, the resolu
tion -was adopted.
On motion of Alderman McNealy,
properly seconded, the ordinance com
mittee, is requested to bring in an ordi
nance providing for the creation of aa
electric Inspector at the next 'regular
Alderman McNealy presented a re
port on behalf of sewer committee
relative to Fortieth street sewer to
the effect that said committee had con
ferred With the C, B. & Q. Railway
company with reference to laying a S6
Inch concrete pipe, beginning at i
near the crossing at- Fortieth street
and ' continuing northwest to the em
bankment of the D., R. I. & N. W. Rail
way company, requiring 223 feet of
drainage, and said C. B. & Q. Railway
company agrees to lay a 36-lnch pipe
for ,8 aid purpose under the supervision
of the city engineer and furnish labor
and material for same, the city to pay
its share of the cost of such pipe to
said railway company. On motion of
Alderman McNealy. properly seconded,
the- report was accepted.
On motion of Alderman Elllnwood,
the D., R. I. & N.. W. Railway com
pany was instructed to lay a 36-lnch
drain under their tracks near Fortieth
Alderman Frick presented an ordi
nance providing for the revision of
saloon' license so as to provide for a
$600 instead of $500 annual license
fee, and moved the adoption of the
ordinance as read. Alderman La Van
way seconded the motion, and on roll
call the same was carried. Aldermen
Holzhammer, Carse, Utke and Schmld
voting in the negative. - s
. On motion of Alderman McNealy the
council adjourned to meet 'in special
session Wednesday evening, the 23d
I, EL R. Maloney, hereby certify to
the city clerk that the above and fore
going is a true and complete record
of the proceedings of the city council
for Its meeting held Feb. 21, 1910.
E3. R. MALONEY,
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 23d day of February, A. D. 1910.
M. T. RUDGREN,
To the Taxpayers of the City ot
Rock Island: Tou are hereby notified
that your taxes are now due. I nave
the books at my office, 1712 Third ave
nue. Office hours, from 9 a. m. to S
p. m.; Wednesday and Saturday even
ings from 7 to 8:30.
JOHN T. NOFTSKKR.
How Good News Spreads.
"I am 70 years old and travel most
of the time." writes B. F. Tolson.
of Elizabethtown. Ky. "Everywhere
I go I recommend Electric Bitters,
because I owe my excellent health
and vitality to them. They effect a
cure every time." They never fall
to tone the stomach, regulate the kid
neys and bowels, stimulate the liver.
Invigorate the nerves and purify the
blood. They work wonders for weak,
ran down men and women, restoring
strength, vigor and health that's a
daily Joy. Try them. Only B0 cents.
Satisfaction is positively guaranteed
by all druggists.
E. E. RITTER,
Anything in the Building
Room 414 Best Building
Rock Island, CI.
Old Phone West 905.
W. E. O'Malley. V. J. Bachmaa
O'MALLEY & BACHMAN,
336 17th St Rock Inland.
Phones. Old 684; New 6333; Reslp
dence. Old 861-lr.
Prompt and careful attention giv
en to all calls day and night.
Rubber Tiring a Specialty.
DAVID A. BLEUER
General Carriage and Wagon
Old phone W 609-K. New 5614
318 17th street. Rock Island.
B. T. STONE.
Basement Y. M. C. A. Phone 501-Y
Clean your house from top to bot
tom by Vacuum Process. Prices reas
onable and work done promptly.
Save Money by Ordering
Your Coal Now.
VOLUNTEER COAL CO
Phone old 146. New 5668.
Office 1508 First avenue.
"IT DON'T HURT A BIT"
Robinson Construction Co.
W. H. Robinson. Con. Mgr.
Office, State bank building.
Old phone. Rock Island. 111.
TOLUCA LUMP COAL.
No. 1 Sunshine washed nut. Hard
coal and charcoal.
Port Byron Lime Association
$1.00 Per Week
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
310-321 Twentieth St.
$1.00 Per Week
Rock Island Wood Works
Manufacturers of sash, doors,
stairs and mouldings. Dealers In
glass, builders' hardware and
makers of everything In mill
work. Cor. 11th st. sad 6th sr.
MISS CORA BOWMAN
Wishes to announce that she will
carry the famous "Maaame Marlet
te" Corset, recently demonstrated at
the Rosenfleld Millinery, at her par
lors, SriTK 18, irEXLEY BLDO,
Tel. 22!M-Y. Davenport.
Davenport Motor Company
All kinds of .Repairing dona; Sta
tionary, Marine and Automobile.
Second hand Gasoline Engines and
Automobiles bought and sold.
A. C. PETEHSOJf,
625-627 W. 2nd St., Davenport, Iowa.
Old phone 1434-Y; Res, phone HM-U,
Davenport Bag & Paper Co.
The Big White
Sold direct from factory at one small profit.
Call at our factory salesroom.
4th Ave. and 7th St. J. PETERSON COMPANY
STATE BANK ;
Rock Island, III.
Established 1S63, f
Capital 1300,000 " v-t-.
Surplus $100,000 J "
Fifty-seven years of aucceasfw.1-'''
Phil Mitchell. President. hi k
I. S. White, Vice President.
C. R. Chamberlln, Cashier.
K. T. Anderson. Asst. Cashier.
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' -3 THE MAM lit V
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Atrte, Carriage A li
lenient C. I
Fourth and Ripley SU.
SECOND HAND STORE
151S Third Avenue. Old phone 1097.
ARGUS WANT ADS
Always Bring Results.
All Knds of brass, bronze and alum
Rock Island Metal Foundry
H. J. BLOOM Manager.
Old phone West 859-Y. 506 41st St.
The Home Tea Co
For Fresh Coffee.
Over 7,000 Customers in the
Phones, Old West 192, New 5208
A. J. D. MOELLER
Finest three seat in the city. Board
ing and feed stable. Carriage ser
vice a specialty. 1608 Fourth avenue
through to Fifth avenue. Rock Island
All the News
AH the Time.
Gas, Electric and Com
bination Lighting Fix
600-622 East 4th St.
Carse & Ohlweiler Company's
Fine Bottled Goods.
Ginger Ale, Orange Cider, Ironbrew, Afri-Kola, Dr. Pepper, Lemon,
Sarsaparilla, Cream and Strawberry Soda.
The Fifteen Dollar
Something: New A place Where You
Can Rent Any Construction Appliance
From a crow bar or jack screw to a concrete
mixer or steam or gasoline hoist. Let ma
chinery eave you money.
Full up-to-date line. For rates apply to
HENRY H0RST, General Contractor.
Rock Island, 111.
Office: 1049 Seventeenth Street, Phones: West
896; New 5090. Storage plant 1822 Third Are.
THE CHOICEST WEAVES OF THE ORIENT
In Rugs, with colors and designs woven like a poem
la fanciful pictures of beauty, we are showing In our
new stock of fine Oriental Rugs. Our Fall styles In'
Carpets are of pronounced elegance and of exclusive
patterns, and the values are , as attractive aa the
We have the largest stock of Rags In the tnree cities.
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To Have Your Roof - Last
n RUBER0ID "
For Sale by
R. I. LUMBER COMPANY
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLORS
Manfacturers of All Kinds of
206 Brady St. Old phone 3737-L
THE LEWIS ROOFING CO.
Felt, Asphalt and Gravel
Office 24th Street and 3d Ave.
Rock Island, 111.
Now is your time to have your
Expert Workmen. t
218 Seventeenth Street.
Jeweler and Optician
1702 Second Ave. Rock Island
READ THESE ADS
-And Rccive a 100-Piece Jig Saw Picture
In one of the advertisements on th!e page there his
been a word omitted purposely. Read each ad care
fully and see If you can find the missing word.
Write on oneside of the paper only, giving the word
and the name of the firm In whose ad the word was
Write your name and address plainly. Seal in a
plain envelope and bring or mail to the "Missing Word
Editor." care of The Argus. No answers received by
telephone or after 6 p.m. the day following the publi
cation of this page.
This page will 'appear regularly each week on Wed
nesday, and the winners will be announced the follow
ing week. "
Remember, .the word omitted will always be one
that was in the-ad the week before, so that after you
have found what you think is the correct, word, you
may prove It by comparing with last week's paper, .
The first five persons who send in correct answers
will receive a 100-plece Jig Saw Picture PuKle, some
thing that will afford an evening's entertainment to
very member of the family.
LAST WEEK'S WINNER
The CeOwtBsc -war the Srct five ta wad la correct
uirm u they will be resented with oae f the 100
Vlece Jig aaw pn sales apsa calling; at Ta Araaa fcnsi
mi office i
Joan CanataaTham, 2743 Sixth aveaaef Kaceae Thoaa,
610 Tweatrela-ata treet tster Dledrlca. 10 Party
. fourth street! Alvla 'Clciasna, 1313 Foarth aveaaei Jo
seph Corle, 14M Fifth arreaae.
Last week the word "that" was omitted from the ad 1
Bliss Cora Bowman. The seatenee shoald have readi
"Miss Cora Bowmaa wishes to aaae-oace that she win car
T the fBBBoas Madame Martette Corset, reeeatlr demoa
strated at the Roeeaaeld MUltaerr, at her parlors." '
DAVENPORT ROOFING CO.
Ask us for estimates on
your gravel, asphalt, felt
and all kinds of prepared
We put on the best roofs
that can be obtained at the
All work promptly at
tended to and guaranteed.
S21 Rock Island St. Both phones
EDWARD B. KREIS
REAL ESf ATE
Rooms 18-22, State Bank Bldg.
60S 13th St., Moltne, Ill.j 1SOS 2ad
Av,Itork Island, ni. Fit Guar
aateed. IV. S. Smith Mar.
ROCK ISLAND HOUSE CAFE
Serves a Very Good Meal
at Popular Prices.
Noonday lunch from 11 until 2, 25c
A. M. SUHLER, Prop.
G. H. GRABBE,
Artistic Ladles' Tailor and
Smart tailored suits and gowns for
Exclusive and original desig-ns.
Advanced styles and perfect fit guar- -anteed.
Corsets Expertly Fitted.
Buttons covered and dress pleating
made In all sises and styles. -
Pennants, banners, etc.. mads to or
der: college posters, cravats, belts, eta.
Fancy dressmaking and tailoring"
Suites ZOS to Z14 22ft-S0-23I-r&a,
Soath Putnam halldlag, Daveaport.
The Old Reliable Hair Dresser. Hair
Ooods for Sals. . J
MISS H. J. TOLLIVEB
HAIR DRESSER AND MAOTCTTRI ST
Shampooing and Facial Massage a
Specialty; Toilet Articles. Etc
Ha. 181SVb Second Avs Rock Island.
Phones. Old 70T-L.; New 6040.
DRINK EDELWEISS BEER
A GOOD DRINK.
Agency, Seventeenth Street and Fourth Avenue.
J. E. Reidy. T. B. Reidy.
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans
Room 4, M. A Lu Building,
Rock Island, I1L
Rockwell Ice and Fuel Company
. Wholesale and Retail
GOAL AND DOMESTIC ICE
Old phone, 691. New phone 6171
All the News
All the Time.
For the Latest and Newest Ideas tn
Photograph Mountings, Call at the
D. Muriel Dafoe Studio
110 w. Seconu street. Davenport.
Appointments Made by Phone, v
Ladies Outfitter and Fine Dry
10SH West Seooad Street, j '
Davenport, Iowa. "1 '
H. E. Casteel. Pres. W. A. Rosen
fleld. Vice Pres. H. B. Simmon Cash,
Rock Island National Bank
U. 8. Depository.
Capital Stock, 91OO.00O.
Tour Business Solicited.
Directors H. E. Casteel, W. A.
Rosenneld, Hugh E. Curtis, II. IL.
Cleavelaad, O. J. Larkln, O. F.
Schmidt, John W. Tremann, IX. B.
Ueagy, E. D. Sweeney.
HUDSON & COLLINS,
Contractors and Brllders.
Plans and estimates for all kinds of
building furnished on application.
Screens, storm, sash," and general lob- .
bin done on short notice. v
Office and shop. First avenue and
Seventeenth street. Bock Island. iU.
MRS. EMMA V. BALLARD
Of 110 Main Street, Davenport, rep
resents Charles A. Stevens Bros, of
Chicago. Ladies suits made to order
from your own selection of cloth.
3 THE R I,B. C0S CROSS COUNTRY
. BEER '
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