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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. JULY 17, 1912.
BIDS IN JULY 25
Building; Committee Has Placed
Specifications in Hands of
SEASON ON IN REAL EARNEST AT NEWPORT: SOCIETY ENTERS
UPON ROUND OF SUMMER FESTIVITIES AT CAY EASTERN RESORT
TO LET FOUR CONTRACTS
Structure, Costing (60,000, to
Erected at Eighteenth Street
and Fifth Avenue.
Plans for the Masonic temple which
In soon to rise on the Masonic proper
ty at Eighteenth street and Fifth ave
nue have been placed In the bands of
various contractors and bid are to be
received by the building committor of
the fraternity at a meeting scheduled
for the evening of July 25. Four sep
arate contracts, caring for heating,
plumbing, wiring and general con
struction, are to be awarded to the
lowest bidders. The rlar.s have been
completed by the architect, O. Z. Cer
vln, and call for the construction of
a handsome building, to cost approxi
The building campaign for funds
was Tecently completed and the en
tire amount necesaary to pay for the
cost of construction was secured. The
committee in charge expects to have
the work under way early in August.
PRIMER FOR GALLANTS
Judge Rules You May Call Woman a
"O, joir beautiful doll" a eompli
ment. "O, you babe" does not Justify a
"O. you kiddo" an insult.
Thes are parlous days for the gal
lant who is moved to express hi ad
miration fur and to a pretty woman on
the street. It Is up to him to consider
stkz&w- f y v ; ' - r
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Grand total IG71.61
Commissioner Rudgren offered a res
olution that the claims just read
against the general antl water works
funds in amount of $071.61, be allowed.
Carried by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren offered a res
olution that the People's Power com
pany he allowed $3,300. S7 for March
and April, 1912, light bills. Carried
by unanimous vote.
The clerk read the following pay
roll for the water works 1 i arttnent:
Milady's Toilet Table
V.y Mine. 1'MU,LK.
Newport social leaders; left to right: Annie PoweU, Anna Sands, Mrs. Grenvllle Kane, Mrs. Lorlllard Spencer, Jr.
The aeason Is on In full swing at Newport, and wiseacres prophesy that It Is going to be ftne of the.
old time brilliant seasons, when Newport was the center of fashionable summer life and furnished Interesting
reading for the country at large. Among the fashionable womn much in evidence there are Mrs. Lorlllard
Ppencer. Jr Annie Powell. Anna Sands and Mrs. Grenvllle Kane. Mrs. Spencer is a new debutante and a
successful tennis player.
"The ectric needle is a paiuful and
'XM'i..-,i e procHH fur removing auper-
iiuuun uan, uuu 'no same rt-uult can
ue 'as;i ana ne auv
plying (It'lulUlle. ,nx
with water, cover tin
pLHte; lei it remain two minutes; then
uiuu I Lit- feulu uuu tile Uuira will bj
' lo nmke thin, short evelabhesr.it I
in I'. tig. thi'k and silkv with a beau.i
lul nil. applv iilain pyroxui to ilae
iuhIi riiotK with Iniiinii and loretii:j-r.
Al'Hiving p.muxiii to uMactlx elirows
car'-fully what he may say and "get
bv with it."
Iawt week one Chicago municipal i
court judge niled 'hat two young men
uchleveo l aieiwho had bailed a
'hllfuuM! I an BPI'reclative.
ion. oia not niHuii trie onjeci oi i.neir
yoi'tig woman with
"(). you beautiful
admiration. They compl merited her.
He discharged them after they had
been arrested for mussing up the
young woman's escort when he "mixed
A dnv or two later another judce
a M'Mji rTotecticn against tan. , decided "f). you babe." did not justify
Irnkltt. uni ninbutn is a Mtlutmu ' ... ' , . J , .
iiiskIm c tisnlitHK an oiiginal pack-:8n B'tack and fined an arpry husband
" if iimv;ii(iii, iii a linlf pt'it witch who pommeled a oune man for so ad-
(.. ntly rui. over the face in the ,Jrr 3lcK hs w)f
But Municipal Judge Newcomer at
Regular meeting held June S, 1912. Vf. Eckerman
fb'in long and hilky.
City coumil chamber, Roc'.i Island,- Fiurton .
Illinois, June 8, 1912. The city council J. Ehlers ...
met in regular session at 3 o'clock P. Peterson
.... ... o r.v. .. K
p. m., .Mayor sennver presiaing ana an -uuau .
j commissioners present. jJ- AnWiony .
The minutes of the regular meeting 'Al Hing.-Uon
! held July 1, 1912, were read and ap
The clerk read the pay roll for the
I week ending July 6, 1912, as follows:
........ 4 .OO '
.... B. 25
Al Sugde,n 6.30 j
P. Vandehende ....
O. O. Walker
J. Armstrong ....
F. O. Connell
George Anderson .
J. O. Donnell ...
J. Parks ..
Is the Secret
:i.riiirt' niit nil rt:ir your skin wltl be
r'e.'ir. w,rt and snt inv --wit h no streaky
ilisvo'.diatl'in. It will not rub off nor
Mifi.v lile powder.
I'- shampiiiiing makes the hair
liifi-'. Huffy and clean full of life
iiinl l.iM re. Put four otinres of powder.
d errln root In a frmt iur and mix it
vnl with an original package of the
r"x Sprinkle a teaxpoonfii'l of the
ir lxture on the bead rml brush It oiil
tlioriMithlv. Tills treatment require
i nly a few mliiuten at r evening damp
iickk. will not affect vour hair"
Chicago, gave a contem;Kraneous rul
ing. He dtclaied judicially that 'he
phrase, "O, you kiddo,'' Is the insult
direct and unpardonnble. So he fined
G. C. Bolll'i $25 for so atiressmg Mr
P. Huntley. A policeman had over
heard the remark and placed B.iilla
under arr-Kt when Mrs. Huntley said
I she did not know him.
J. Kii'tnandt ...
,Vic Bn itiiieycr
IJ. Ehlers ,
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J. B. Johnson
F. O Ccnnell
1 i. Sirders ,
Al Sudgen ,
J. Parks ,
I William Glass
Waterworks construction ac
count $ 43.05
Reseivoir expense 6b'. 90
Street account 200.55
Sewer account 5.20
Bridge account 33.60
Commissioner Ruderen offered a '
resolution that the water works pay- i
roll just read in amount of $208.80, be !
allowed. Carried by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren offered a res- j
olution that the following bills hereto- j
fore paid by the mayor and city clerk !
he allowed, to-wit: Ed Wangelln, j
($;;7.85; James Curry. $60.80; Ed an-1
! gelin, $36.24. Carried by unanimous j
i vote. I
i Commissioner Reynolds offered a ;
1(1 j resolution that property owners on j
2. 10 ir-uvlitonntli Ktreet between Second and I
4-2'J ,Third avenues he allowed to repair the
4 2f) j pavement in said Mock at their own
'' j expense, under the direction of the
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4 '-0 ; Commissioner Reynolds offered a
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Commissioner Rudgren offered a res
olution that the weekly pay roll for
the' week ending July C, 1912, in
amount of $:ifi3.30 be allowed. Car
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' Davis Machine shop
W. & U E. Gurley
i George G. Hale
!H. B. Hubbard
; 111 & Ehleb
Kramer Printing Co
I Kerler Rug Co
; Neostyle Co
. People's Power Co
R. I. County Abstract Co.
R. I. Plow Co
J. C. Stevens
J. C. Souders
J. M. Schaab
1 Schocker Paper Co
! State University of Iowa
i Wallace Treichler
Thomas Drug Co
; E. J. Tcfft
j R. I. Turngeraeinde
E. O. Vaile, Jr
; E. O. Vaile, Jr
E. O. Vaile. Jr
c-as d to render Keneral pubic telt
pl'one service, be it resolved, that the
city attorney be instructed to report
at the next meeting of the council,
on- first, the right of the city to de
clare the franchise . of said company
forefeited; second, the ownership of
the plant; third,- what procedure
should be taken by the city to declare
the franchise forfeited. Carried by
The clerk read a petition from prop
erty owners and tenants on Third ave
nue between Fifteenth and Twentieth
street requesting that the Tri-iny Hall
way company double track on Third
avenue and to lay such tracks to cen
ter in the avenue.
Commissioner Rudpren ofTered a res
olution that Commissioner Reynolds be
instructed to notify the Tri-City Rail
way company to comply with that sec
tion of their franchise ordinance re
questing them to double track on Third
avenue from Fifteenth to Twentieth
streets and to lay such tracks to cen
ter in the avenue. Carried by unani
Adjourned on motion of Commission
M. T. RUDGREN,
Samuel Richards, by heirs, to John
B. Gerken, southwest one-quarter,
southeast one-quarter and northeast
one-quarter, section 19-18-2 east, $1,010.
A. A. Olin to Elmira Alldredge, part
lot 8, Saddoris. Smith & Devore's addi
tion. Port Byron, $2,700.
Noami Bergin to John P. Fish, lot
22, Candee's subdivision, part outlot
22, Candee Grove. $2,900.
Andrew O. Haglund to Charlotte
Kohler, lot 3, block 177, East Moline,
Charles H. Pope to Charlotte Kohler,
lot 28, block 190, City of East Moline,
A BABEL OF TONGUES.
Half a Hundred Languages. Perhaps,
In the Philippines.
The natives of the Philippines are
known lo have at least twenty-five
laniruage?. and Eume students of the
ethnology of the Islands have express-
2.40 ' ed the belief that they have more than
3.00 i double that Dn ruber of distinct tongues.
6 .00 i Pof purposes of study they are gener
11.40 j 8,lT Put ln tw Eoups:
First The languages of the Negri
tos, supposedly descendants of the ab
original population of the islands, who
are distributed ln scsttered tribes in
the interior of the larger Island.
Second. The languages of the varl-
j ous Malay trlLen which make up the
,r 31 ! bulk of the population Christian. Mo-
Christian K. Rasmussen to Claire B.
Seaberg, lot 3, K H. Raqmussen's addi
tion. East Moline, $1.
E. H. Stafford to Frederick W. Ret
tick, lot C, block 23, Second addition,
Frederick E. Loosely to Charles W.
Peterson, lot 2, Shady Beach addition,
Campbell's island, $1,000.
Henry Bolte to Sena Ingersoll, lot
11. blhck 157, East Moline. $1,175.
William K Bennett to Anna M.
Swanson, lot ll'.i, block 4, Columbia
Park. Moline, $1.
William C. Sheppard to A. A. Olln.
part lot 8, Saddoris. Smith & Devore's
addition, Port Byron, $1.
news all the time
6 li H !v
JT' .W JL WS 111
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f PL I V 1
ULi i II
m Tim mum
Total ceneral fund $
H. H. Hubbard 137.30 ! bammedan and pagan
I H. B. Hubbard
j People's Power Co
i R. I. Sard & Gravel Co. .
! E. H. Sargent & Co
j Western Union Tel. Co.
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315 Brady St., Davenport.
Total water works furd....$
Fire Dep t. Acct $ 40.00
Bridge and road Acct. 10.55
Contingent Acct. 2.9S6
Street Acct. 15.60
! Health Acct 7.20
Police Acct 11.40
Etginecring Acct 11.40
1 It cannot be said that the Philippine
languages possess any very consider
able literary value, .f be old native .
r,jj : manuscripts Inscribed on leaves or i
strips oi cane nave pr; mcaiiy an Deen ,
1 lost. American stude ts of tbe islands i
27G 30 ! ,n reli8iou writings, .ndilerent poetry
themselves are proty cniliy ignorant for '
the most, part as f t their own liters- ;
ture. New York Times.
Total general fund..
; Water Works conEtruc
i tion Acct 12.70
g 1 Reservoir expense Acct. 91. S
Teething children have more or less
diarrhoea, which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is
necessary is to give the prescribed
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