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rtf KOCR ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1911.
PLENTY OF WORK
IN NEW STREETS
tOTiirfc M.v Be Accomplished
Thif Season Without Ex- j
pense to the City. j
INSTANCES OF NEGLECT
Ijiy Avenues Ready for Improve
ment That the Commission
Haa Bat to Tackle.
While it is a cheering bit of infor-!
mation to have it from the lips of j
Mayor Harry M. Schriver that tbe;FILS
municipal commission purposes to!
give attention to the repaving of the ;
main business thoroughfares in tlme.tioe to
to inaugurate the improvement early)
next spring and it 'a possible that I
all the essential details cannot be i
disposed of before that time yet '
there Is nothing to prevent the corn-I
mission from making direct head-j
way the present Reason, without in-;
volving the city in an expense
fhort CTRrTriiE' XBGI.ECTED. i
There are a number of short pieres '
of pavement that could be put in at
mre, as soon as the 'essential
maHtlee are disposed of. That is to
say there are several neglected con
necting lotions with paved street
either at each end or running
through, that the city could under
take without being put to any ex
pense as far as the general public is
concerned. Some of thee" strips are
in the heart of the city and these, at
least, ought to be attended to with
out further delay.
Here Is a glimpse of some of the
avenues that have necr been per
manently Improved, not withstanding
that paving has gone on all around
them, and in each Instance with he
exception of Ninth avenue the city
would be put to no outlay to speak
of other than an alley intersex -on
here and there to have Improved.
Fifth avenue from Twentieth to
Sixth avenue from Twentieth to
Twenty-first and from Twenty-second
Eighth avenue from Twentieth to
Ninth avenue from Fifteenth to
Twenty-fifth, with the provision that
the avenue Ib straightened between
Nineteenth and Twentieth.
There are numerous other short
stretches In both streets and avenues
that should likewise rece've atten
tion, but these are the main evi
dences of neglect at the present tl n
The o'hers would follow rapidly if
the work was at once commenced.
IIOlXEVAHUIXi FIFTH A KM'E.
Some years ago the proposition
was advanced to boulevard Fifth
avenue from Twentieth to Twenty
third. This was at the time the Sev
enth avenue boulevard was put in ind
many of the property holders on Fifth
avenue at that time expressed a '
ire to have the improvement made,
realizing that with the boulevard ic
the center and the street Is wide
enough to permit it the tost would
be materially lessened and the prop
erty enhanced in value to make up
for the cost of the imorovement.
whatever It might be. at 12 m. for St. Paul. It is the only
Ninth avenue property holders, ap- j passenger steamer now plying be
pear to favor the Improvement, pro- tween St. Louis and St. Paul, but so
vlded the avenue is paved for 10 ; far is experiencing little difficulty in
blocks and the only obstacle that making its runs.
stands in the way of this i the ex-1
tension of the property line on theiME BEHRENS SUCCESSOR
south side between Nineteenth and '
Twentieth, into what should be the
thoroughfare. To remove this dif
ficulty would Involve some expense :
on the part of the city, but with this
single exception all the strips men
tioned could be put in without the
city assuming any portion of the bur
den as the intersections are all now ;
FINE FOR SELLING
MILK; SHY A LICENSE
Irlver of Clover Leaf Cominy of
Iavenprt "' i
Une of $S j
and Com Tliis Morning.
Peddling milk without a license in
TtM-k Islaud cott the "loer Ieaf
Milk company of Davenport $5 and
costs this morning in ilu police
court of C J. Smith. The company
is Incorporated in Iowa and has some
Eyf Special! st.
Practice limited to the correction of defective vision
Special attention given to children's eyes.
Cross eyes straightened without surgical operation.
L. IyLARKS. The Eye-Su'ht Specialist
Dfbce Hours 8 (o 12 . ni-, 1 to 5 p. m.
105!2 Second Avenue, Over Doily Brcs Rock Island.
six or eigbt wagon to distribute its
product. One of these wagons op
erates in Rock Island and another in
Moline. They have been going for
some time and the one in this city ;
was the only one without a license. :
Officer Fitzgerald yesterday placed '
the driver, Frank Myerson, under ar-
This morning he plead guilty
to the charge and an agent of the
company pald the fine assessed
against him. The company has taken
out a license.
J. H. West Is Held to the Grand
Jury by Justice W. F.
TO SECURE BONDS
Jail a Result Girl YIk
Arreted With Him Is
J. H. West, arrested about a week
ago on charges of forgery, abduction
and fornication, waived preliminary
hearing on the former two charges
this morning before Justice W. F.
Schroeder and was held to the grand
jury under bonds amounting to
?2,4"". Attorney H. V. Schriver ap
peared for 'West and the state was
represented by Attorney G. C.
Weneer of the state's attorney's of
fice. It is alleged that Vst induced
Miss Clara Lille, a 1 T-ycar-oH Du
biiqu pjrl to leave h(r home and ar
cfimpany him. ?he w t-.-i used as a
tool for the passing of forced -hp,--k3
end while with him. West registered
her at several hotels as. his wife.
Their arrest occurred at the New-
Harper where suspicion amsp as
th 'ir really being married.
CIRI. BE!G HEM).
The girl, who is the principal wit
ness acaint West, is beintr he'd at
the county jail, ar.d It 1s likely that a
line will be kept on her until the meet
ing of the grand jury. It is hardly likely
that the charge on which h? .va.
arrested w'U be pressed, in view of
her youth and apparent innocence.
West's hearinc on the charge of
fornication was sot for this after
noon before Police Mag'strate C. J.
Stpith. He wen' to jail this mr rning
;u default of bail.
This af'erncon he ac.Mi a:vi d ex
Hm it at ion and was held u':d.r bonds of
?."ri ". which h"3 could no furr.i-h. Miss
1 i!lo was also arraigned and was dis
About 2,000 people' attended the
Iowa Telephone Girls' excursion
which took place on the steamer
Sidney last evening. The boat was
loaded to its capacity.
The steamer W. W. was laid up
in dry dock at Keokuk about two
and a half hours yesterday undergo
ing repairs from damages received
by striking a rock while enroute
from Burlington to Keokuk. A hole
was stove in the hull of the vessel.
The St. Paul will arrive from St.
x- i la i uc uiu utii auu icatf; iirric
C A. Merrill to be Kriitor of Tri-Pity
The board of control of the Tri
City Labor Review at a meeting yes
terday elected C. A. Merrill to suc
ceed H. E. Behrens, resigned, as
editor of the oiflcial organ of the
Trl-City Labor federation. Mr. Mer
rill's appointment is contingent upon
the approval of the federation.
Seventh Match Saturday.
! The seventh preliminary handicap elaborately prepared luncheon the
: match fur men will be Played at tne.voiinsr eouole rienarteii for Parmel Dv- i
Hock Is. ana Arsenal solf course Salur ;
day afternoon. The condition of to.? '
'inks at present is excellent and .some j
! toon scoies are expected.
Licensed to Wed
t'arl I.umroe Casteel
M;s Ella J. Ah!f
Miss Cora E. Muerz
Ho. k Island
George a hncier ,
Miss Nora Hussey
BOOM GOOD MEN
FOR STATE RACE
! E. W. Hurst of Eock Island,
Samuel Alschuler and Oth
ers for Governor.
FRIENDS ARE AT WORK!
leading Democrats of State IJroiight
at Conferences in
I ana ceieoraie iue u'su .mass, assie.eu i
'by Monsignor J. P. Ryan of St. Man's I
Booms for two democratic candi- church. Davenport. The ushers wi'.l o- ' Shipments of displays to be exhib
dates for the nomination for governor John Corbett, brother of the bride, of ; jted at the seventh annual conven
were started in Chicago yesterday. IarIoD Joh Rokelhaus of Indiana j tlon of ,lllnoJs Master Painters and !
oils; Hon. Gus Condo of Marion. at.d
They were Hon. Elmore W. Hum of . Thomas Walsh of Davenport. It will be Decorators to be held in this city
Rock Island and Hon. Samuel Alschu-Ia pink and white wedding, and o;iow- Aug. 1, 2 and 3, have already corn
ier of Aurora and Chicago. ing the ceremony at th church thsrei menced coming In and are now be
The Hurst boom was started by a ; -will be a wedding breakfast at treiing placed in the booths at the skat-
number of Mr. Hurst's friends, who .home of the bride's parents, where on
met at the Hotel La Salle. They urg-j y members of the bridal party, lmax
ed that he would be a strong candi- diate relatives and a few intimate
date, i.erause he has never been affilia- mate friends will be entertained. Dr.
ted wi'h an?" particular faction in the McCarthy anil his bride will leave ra
state, and made an excellent record in an extended wedding trip to Europe.
the state legislature, where he served
The Alschuler boom is quadrennial.
He has a great many friends in th
rtate who would like to see him ry
aeain for the place.
OTH EH.' TALKED OF.
Congressman Henry T. Rainey of
f'arrollton is another democrat who it
is fifkid woiiM make a Rtronrr fitrh
Manv of hi supporters have urel
bim'to bcrnme' a candidate, but it f.s
hflicved he would rather stay in cor.
Stae Senator Frank W. Burton, Rep.
resontative George W. English of Vi-
to enra and former Congressman Ben F.
Caldwell of Chatham are other possi
i ble dow n state candidates.
TOES ARE CRUSHED
Ed Slevin Gets Intoxicated and
Goes to Sleep on the
Mail Wagon Kilns liver Foot ami In
juicd Man Is Arrested and
Spends Xiglit in Jail.
One of Uncle Sam's mail wagons
last night interrupted the sleep of
Ed S'e. n vhi'e vas doling on
the c.:rbstones along Third avenge s
He had acquired a Jag and when j
slumber overtook him, he was f ar j
from hl3 downy couch. The curb-
stone was the softest thing in sight
and there he laid down to sleep. The
wagon came by while Ed was snor-
Ing loudly. His left foot protruded
far enough on the pavement to be m
the pathway of the wagon. His toes 1
were badly crushed. ,
pays A five.
It is needless to say that he was
awakened in a Jiffy and his piercing
screams Hi ed the air for blocks
around. omcer Kinney neara tne memoers ana ineir ineuus eujoyea f iB be'ng arranged with a view to en
noise and rushed to the spot. He j good things provided. ! tertaining them.
found Ed nursing his injured toes ' j The business meeting at which of-
and gasping for help. Slevin spent) ni AtlQ Trt Din UIC ! fleers are to be elected and a place
the night at the police station and;
this morning he was fined $ 2 and,
cost for drunkenness. He plead
guilty to the charge.
WED IN CALIFORNIA.
MISS BLANCHE MOBLEY, DAUGH-! Physical Director Gilman of the Y.
tcr of Dr. and Mrs. D. S. Mobley, an 1 M. C. A. has announced a series or
Ira B. Cross, Ph. D., were married at : social evenings in the gymnasium for
high noon July 14. at the home of tho his last few weeks here. Each Mon
bride's parents In Valleejo, Cal. Tne j day and Thursday evening, beginning
Rev. D. A. Mobley, the bride's father, j with toniht, the members of the sen
performed the ceremony. Following an-ior and working boys' classes are in-
the - sea, where they are spending their;
honeymoon. They will reside in Palo :
Alto, w here Mr. Cross is a member of ,
uBe faculty in the economic depart-
i mint at Stanrord university. Mis3 play, under the leadership of the di
Mobley was a member of tne 'rector Mr Gilman is to leave about
class of 0 at Stanford and for 'hujthe first
last three years has been librarian in
jthe unnersiiy. The bride is a mo-it j
estimable young lady. Mr. Cross I
is an old Moline boy, hav-j
ir.g graduated from the Moline h th :
! -school in Me as president ol
his class and won for himself hosts of
friends who have watched bis career
with interest. He graduated from the
University of Wisconsin In '06 and im-'
mediately became connected with Stan
ford university and has attained many
honor in debating and scholarship.
He is a member of the Phi Beta Kap
pa, Phi Alpha Tau debating fraternity
ana ice voi.j:s aw-i ccLituaip urauiivi
ic society. He is the son of Mr. aud
Mrs. I5i ad ford Cross, formerly of Vo-
nne. now or no'un moea, jiicu. j
AND MRS. F. D. .SCHMIDT
of this city are holding a family re- '
union this wetk as all the children
are at home. Next Sunday a family '.
picnic will be held at the farm of
John Pievers. two miles from Milan,
at which bounteous refreshments
will te served. The children, who
have come for the reunion, are Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Grenspp and son,
George, from Chicago, and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Reynolds and daugh
ter, Charlotte, of St. Lou's. Mrs.
Grenapp was formerly Mis3 Mathilde
Schmidt and Mrs Reynolds was for
merly Miss Bertha Schmidt. The
children living In Reck Island are
Mrs. Florence Andrews and Fritz
aad Albert Schmidt. At the picnic,
next Sunday Jacob Bruchmann and
son, Fritz, will be guests.
INVITATION'S HAVE BEEN is
sued by Mr. and Mrs. James Stephen
Corbett of Marion, Ind., for the marriage
;of their daughter. Miss Marie Corbett,
' to Dr. D. J. McCarthy of Davenport,
hich will take place the morning of j
Wednesday, Aug. 9. at S o'clock. It will
be a brilliant church ceremony at St.
Paul's Catholic church in Marion. TLe ;
! Dride nas cnosen Airs. Eugene J. i
Walsh of Davenport, her school Mini; EVERY STAND IS LEASED
at St. Mary's Notre Dame, as her avj
tendant matron of honor, and Eugene;., . , .. . . ' ,
j yasn win be best man. Rt P-v ' a,nt aml arnish Companies From
'James Davis, bishop of the diocese '
Davenport, will perform the ceremonv j
j , 1 V- kll. I
They will be at home in East Daxoi
port after Nov. 1.
LAST EVENING THE MARRIAGE
of wnitam Gaethje of t enter!
Station and Miss Fannie Po;is.i
of this city, was solemniitd
at the home of the groom's j
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gaei.bj9 i
of Center Station. Rev. Thil Wilbelm of
the u"rn,an I-heran church perfoi in -
ing tn ceremony, wnicn took place at
S o'clock. Miss Ethel Jahns of S'j.ah:
Rock Island rlayed the wedding ma cb.;
There were no attendants. The bride!
was very prettily gowned In white cm-!
' broidery.- Only a few intimate friend
and relatives were present at the
j ceremony, which was followed by a
! wedding supper. The bride is the
daughter of Mrs. E. A. Potts, of tv.:s
city and is a very estimable yoi-r-T
hady. The crown is the son of the well
: known fioriFt at Center Station nad
-ccertly procured an invention for nr.
irsip appliance. Mr. and Mr
a- thje have gone to ho :sckoep n
i (' ;.u r fiatk n
ON V -: DC IN. -5 TO 'JR.
: arrtcd h. r 1 i"' '. i:t m r-.-
iaiiing am.-n : rei.'.ti? h--r-- cr
spending tnr-- w-.-. ; s Mghutt '.wj.
New York, Wa iiiaglcu. D. C. Nia i.M
Falls and other eastein points. U-.
and Mrs. Means are enroute to Wicr.it r.
vhere they will make their futn"
home. Mrs. Means is the eldest daug'v
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Redmond M.
Sweeney, formerly of this city.
70 COUPLES AT DANCE,
SEVENTY COUPLES ENJOYED
a dancing party given at the Watch
Tower inn, last night by camp No. S5.
Woodmen of the World. The nat
dance in the camp's summer aeries is
to take place Aug. 24.
HOLD ANNUAL PICNIC.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
the Aiken street chapel held their an
nual picnic and dinner at the Wstcn
lower yesteraay. adoui or me,
i j , .
pi AQCCQ PARP1API I
l K. Gilman, rhysical IrtrecU'r
V. M. C. A., Soon to Leave
vited to meet in the gymnasium for
u'hiitpvor V-inrt of snort thev mav rare
to t-njoy. There w ill be no regular
class work, but the time will be spent
in wrestling, baseball, handball, and
other games that the men choose to
of September for his new
The officers of th? association have
not yet taken finai action regarding tin?
emplovment of Mr .Oilman's successor
bm they have two men iu view either
of whom is well qualified to fake up
the work, and one of them will prob- i
ably be secured in a very short time
ivi nitr jjibvc lucj n"i w uc aiuo 10 ; caje vamisn company, i. j. sior
announce yie new man's name in the j tell & Co . Hammer Urothers White
course of another week at the most.
t.V- hTjT r-fJT i.'fW
m tbey are.
WILL BE MADE
Rink to Be Filled With Exhibits'
at Painters and Decorat
All Over the Country Deire
to Show Products.
ing rink. Forty different firms have!
leased booths and others have ap- j
plied but had to be denied on account
of lack of space. This number, how-i
ever, is considerably larger than that j
of any previous convention and for j
that reason the local management
thought when they were preparing
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! space to accommodate all who would!
rare to exhibit.
rik avki.i. dei ohated.
The old rink, by the way, looks
more like an ice cream parlor thanf
a place for exhibiting paints, var-
nishes and the like. It has been!
cleaned up and two double rows cf
; booths have been run the length of
the building. These are enclosed and
lined with white cheese cloth. By
way of decoration, flags line the tops
of the booths while red, white and
blue buntings ha been draped ev-
erywhere, the whole giving
pretty appearance especially when
the numerous little lights are turn
ed on. The rear end of the build
ing has been reserved for the meet
ings and lectures. This 'space is 27
fret by "8 feet. Electric fans are.
to be installed so that everything
possible to make 'he v'sitors com
fortable will be dene
hrrse will be he dq -arters for the
df lera'es althcr.eh ''t is not expected
tla m' rf thorn w'V be ::Me to se
ci;re ,-i cci;nf.d.:'; T,s thee.
in i:vu 'ii a i Pir-".
r-rifnrfp n. ..'!; f-e pnirters'
wives di rin:' the v e"t i n has also
b en rrcv'i'ed. A ToIVy ride has
b(-n tlanno' for V t'ti'-sdav morn
ing o l.e followed by dinner and
a card party at the Watch Tower
unt'l 4 o'clo k when they will dis
band to make reidy for the river ex
cursion on the steamer Columbia.
TIIREK FIATS' SESSIOX.
Most of the delegates are expected
to arrive Tuesday forenoon. The
meeting will be called to order at
1:30 in the afternoon by J. J.
Lerch, president of the Rock Island
association. Mayor Harry M. Schri
ver will deliver the address of wel
come. In the evening a reception
and band concert will be held at the
convention hall. The delegates will
form in line of march at the Harper
house and parade to the hall. Thurs
day evening is to be the nnal ex-
j hibit. The public is invited to at -
tpnj thia dianlav in particular as it
j lor the next convention is to be chos
I en will be held Thursday afternoon
at 1:30. Quincy and Decatur so tar'
are the only candidates in sight with I
neither having any particular advan -
tage at tue present nine. juieiB may
spring up by the time the convention
The booths at the rink have been
assigned to the following companies
which are to have displays:
Pittsburg Glass company, Wheeler
Clough company, Perry Brothers,
The Alabastine company, Abreim
Varnish company, Chicago Varnish
company, rharles Voeckels Sons,
Pratt & Lambert, Eagle Lead com
pany, Zion Varnish, the Tonsey Var-
nlsh company. What So Bright
Enamel comparvy, .Temenway & Car-
penter, John Lineaser company. Lion
Varnish company, Krear Stain Com
pany, National Lead company,
Charles H. Gillespie - Son. Glldden
Varnish company, .tames B. Sipe A
Co , Anderson Specialty company,
John Masury & Son, Iowa Paint com
pany, Wilson Remover company,
.lames TT. Rice company. Standard
Varnish company. Edward Smith
Co.. Carter U'b.ite I-a. company.
wadsworth. Hollan A- -Co . Ben
Moore. Gerts Lumbard & Co., 1
lead company and Absorene Manu
Escaped With His Life.
"Twenty-one years ago I faced an
awful death," writes. H. B. Martin.
j Port Harr'.lson, S. C. "Doctors tald I
tad consumption and the dreadful
! cough I had looked like it, sure enough
1 1 tried everything, I could har of, for j
my cough, and was under the treat
: ment of the best doctor in Georgetown,
! S. C. for a year, but could get no re-1
i lief. A friend advised me to try Dr.
King's New Discovery. I did bo, and
' was completely cured. I feel that I
j owe my life to this great throat nd
jtluz cure." Its positively
VJ ' for cough3, colds, and all 1
Lj5 i factions, 50c & $1.00. Ti'.z
al bottle free
x all druggists.
Soreneee of the muscles, whether in
duced by violent exercise or tnj'i.y.
is quickly relieved by the free appli
cation cf Chamberlain's Ljcimer.
This liniment is equally valuable f-r
Tiuscular rheumatism, and always :f
s quick relief. Sold by all drus
Fall and Winter Woolens Have Arrived
i Illinois Theatre Building
OUR BEAUTY SHOP
Stands for everything that is strictly high class.
Hair dressing that is correct, elegant and becoming.
Manicuring that Is gentle and thorough.
Scalp treatment for hair that is falling or turning gray.
Scientific facial massage that will youthify and beautify.
Our shampoos are the best.
BODY MASSAGE AND CHIROPODY SPECIALTIES
Combings made to order. Will call at homes if desired. Even
ing hours by appointment.
MRS. V. B. BENNAGE
Phone West O.VL IK'JT Second Avenue, Hook T!and, 111.
SLASHES A HORSE
Inhuman Fiend Takes Out Spite
Against Owner by Knifing
a Dumb Brute.
ED CONNERT IS INCENSED
Offers Reward for Information as to
Identity of Man Who Perpe
trated the IeMl.
Some times a man will freely for
give any one who has injured him
in an encounter brought about by a
grudge which has been nursed for
some time, but when the man who
thinks that he has been offended
takes his spite out on a dumb animal
belonging to the other, the matter is
seen in an entirely different light.
I-ist nisht Kd Connert, 100 Twen
tieth st eet. was out' timing his
hriie. "I-Hil'ion." Shortly after 8
', :-k he stopped at the Verb est
-..'"o n rn Fifth avenue and Twenty-,
fifth str et. While he was in there,'
seme om knifed his horse and with
in an hour it was necessary to kill
the animal. Mr. Connert entered the.
'arr-om and meeting a nnmber of
friends, bought diinks for all the oo
cupan's of the saloon but one. This
j one man was intoxicated and had
' prev'ous to Mr. Ccnnert's arrival,
been one of the participants of a
fight. While the men were in the
saloon, Mr. Connert was called to
the telephone. As he returned to
! the bar, the men were just coming
j back into 'he osloon. The intoxicat
, ed man had been ousted.
j HOUSE ACTS Ql KERLY,
! Immediately Mr. Qonnert returned i
'to his rig and'started for home. The1
' horse acted strangely and an inves-!
tigation was made. It was found that
;te horse had been almost disembowl
ed. The animal was unhitched and Mr. !
Connert started for a veterinary. I
While he was gone, the horse broke j
away and ran to the barn at the j
Connert placr. There Us life was j
ended by a shot from the revolver of 1
! Captain' Reynolds.
was vai.I'AHI.E animal. j
The animal was foaled in April,
ti 898, at Clinton, Iowa, and was j .
; trotn r rencn toacn eiock. nr. uu-
j nert purchased the horse two years
ago for $250. He Is of the opinion j
that the man who was ousted from j
the barroom had something to do ;
with the cowardly deed, but as far!
as he can learn, no oue witnessed j
it. The Job was done with neatness
and dispatch and a surer death could
not have been administered with a;
gun. Mr. Connert this morning stat-I
d that he would give $50 to the,
man who would produce evidence
that would lead to the arrest and
conviction of the fiend
ted th deed.
who coMP.i t-!
Ely to Appear in Chicago.
Eugene li Ely, the Ko k Ioliud ex-
You want to know that what!
! you eat is perfectly clean and
Business Men's Lunch 15c.
We can satisfy you at
Janes' Restaurant No.2
1614 2d Ave.
When You Cat
Now is the Time
For toilet specialities. We have the inos-t complete line in the
city and the prices are right. Try Hudnut s Violet Sec. toilet
water next time: It is a winner. Money Lack on any purcbae
at our store that Is not as represented.
RED CROSS PHARMACY
F. D. G. WALKER
Fourth avenife and twentieth hU Phone Weet 1520 and 1523.
position aviator last summer, la an
nounced as one of the star performers
who is to take part in the Interna
tional meet at Grant park, Chicago,
news all the tlm
1. Ton ou play
a. ImI la So
3. ClunH your
tarn with noln-
r&l water and baths,
all at sum tint.
SX THE tHBCB
Golf links on hotal
n charK- Orlijlnal
M. C. tprlnxa on ho
tel tcroundt. bl.un
-'ectrlc and p1ni n
d'.e bUi. Nuu!i- -trt-ut
meiit. Kir nf
niatlon ak any Ho. K
lsiiti.d asont or writ .
The H.J, Toliver
Puffs, curls and switches
made from combings and cut
Hair dressing by special or
ders. A complete line of up-to-date
hair goods. All orders
given prompt attention.
1813 Va Second Avenue
Phone 94 6-L.
Get your horses shod.
Get your wagons repair
ed. Get your buggies repair
ed. Get your houses repaired.
Or let us build you a new
318 Seventeenth Street
the better quality of ice
cream. When you drink
a soda here you go away
pleased that you got the
best in the city.
If you have not tried ours
do so the effect will
EITFALO ICE CREAM PARLOR
324 Twentieth Street