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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1915.
P3-'' Mtmg Held "b- IS, ItlS. .
i ir Cooacd Clamber. Rock lUnd. j
Fel 15. Il- The city mcdl
b:- t rlr Ion at 7:31 o'clock
p at,. .Vjor Schriver ad II comio
Th n-.ttutes of tk ri;r meeting
b'.'l '!. . so J t. apela: meetings
1.4 lb aad 11- were and ap-
ViTor .'nr.tr offered resolution
t' I?; rwiirt! rfooma4 to the In-
a portion of lh LcM'tDK expanse!
' r.-.w oreamerjtal fxHrff In the business j
,-u,n and 'tat aa appropriation ;
Jrtha SuHlna ....
'John HoU Jammer
Jol.a X--rk ...
Mr. M. hrhr-dr
lr. A. N. Malltr .
A. N. Pratt
1". lieve T.'.ag
I J. II. -S-app
Ralph Iiobbs ....
Ikivls Machine hop
W. A. Khleb 6 Son
Ehleb fr Son
5-r fin W. A
37 50 "I,no'" !' corupaay
27 r 0 i " Kushmann
r 1 Kra'nrr Printing 4: Pub. Co
30 00 E" 11 I-a-P
"JW) Lumber company ..
37 50 I yUk" M'ntz
62 50 i ,,nn " Supply Co
i R. I. Hardware l o.
-,. ! Trachtenbarg Bros.
K. O. Valle. Jr
Vet-m l'nlon Tel. Co.
r t n.ade lo meet said ex
lt. ' ,ml br unanimous vote
. . . . ... ... ..r. ft.? .frer4 a M.iti
t..a trt AIInder Qal-t b allowed 'Tia. Kfrr
jt .v on r;.rc for r:ok!ic Car-j
r. br nnaniarous rot. i
i o'-..Ti!j;'ner Rndgren reated;
II. rr ..!
Mm. U. I him 6a! d
V. If. Wl
tv f.,intj ek!y pay roll for
,n!r r-briary 13. I15. atlrh ' CC '"'Tj? J
S, M-.'.u.n a:!l by ontnlmwt S.''rtcker
C. S--Mmnir ,
T Mas 'ft
p kacnrt lU.t kl
Ex. I Kranic
At . 1a
W V.':. Jr
S .4 (ilii'-rt
H-rt Nt'-ho! .
J.K-.n NJ-n . .
Ir.r.u 'o ;!n
! Kf-t-r . .
J Vanar.'i.:i . .
A. J. .iimruM
C. Skinner . . .
A. J Simmer
. U ' It. W. Sharp
Ji;ill. II. Harrla
j , so l (ieorne Etiel
4 20 Recapitulation,
j Zq'i Salary acrotint
fit" urprrmni icooudi
jT- i Knrlneerln arrfrunt
.tftfi'lry hall account
Char. nan & Dufra 7 89 t the members of that department one!
Coal Valley Mining Co. 407.14 lay off In every ix ad an increase of
j Ixw Cherr leal company 40.00 j 10 per ct-nt on all salaries, calling the;
11., , rouiici'.s attention to the fact that the!
4. .TO numbers of the MoUne fire department I
V.75;have recently received the six day
s.n.i ;icaie ana that members ort be Uaven
.90 , port fire department have received aa
s.00 increase of 10 per cent In pay. which
5.07 ; petition on his motion was ordered re-i
... 7.79 f ceived and placed cn file.
... 1.75' Mayor Schr'vtr offored a resolution'
150 'that 1 1. it tie Nelson be allowed thei
4. SO j ?um of $."!SO.OO salary in city attorney's j
... 8.05 I office as per bill and that a voucher j
... 81.5.1 be siven her bearing 6 per cent inter-j
... 1.45 jest from date, voucher to be due Julyi
5.50 1 l. 1915. Carried. Ayes Srhriver, !
1.23; Hart. Reynolds, Bear. Nay UudRren. j
t Mayor Schrtver offered a resolution J
. ..$ 667. ?1 i that the ordinance providing for fixing !
'the license for dispensing Intoxicating i
. ..$ 529.1 liquors in cafes be adonted. Carried.!
. .. 13S.63 Ayes Schriver, Hart. Hear. Nays j
' Rudgren. Reynolds. I
$ 667.81 ) Adjourned on motion of Mayor I
offered a I schrtver.
a ...i I rpunlui inn that tlie rlulm nminat the I M. T. RLIXIREN.
33 00 1 Kneral fund In amount of Jl.272.0sj citv Clerk.
. . . i . . . ... i .
33.00 ' anu -aini aier oor.s iuna in
S3 00 ' amount of IC67.S1. just read, be al-J
4(v)'lowed. Carried by unanimous vote.
40.001 Commissioner Rudwen offered a
33.00 ' renolutlon that II. P. Simpson, post
100.00 j master, be allowed f 10.00 fcr stamps.
39.00 ' t rnea py unanimous vote.
Commissioner Hart offered a reso
lution that the bill of W. Woods for
$11.00 for meals furnished parties
while quarantined be allowed and that
bill of Trachrenbarg Urothers for
115127. be allowed. Carried by unani
2.-J (, l
31 5o Total, water works fund .
-., i Water works expense
10 oo expense
a- uc ommis'lorer Ku.lgren
The clerk read on ordinance entitled
Regular Meeting Held Feb. 22, 1915.
Mayor Schriver offered a resolution)
that Mrs. B. Case be granted a rebate
on Twentieth stre'-t paving from
94 to S3 feet 6 inches, her actual front
age, and that the cost of difference
be charged to the local improvement
fund. Carried by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Reynolds offered a
resolution that the city attorney be in-1
structf?d io prepare an ordinance re
quiring some form of deflectors to be
i r a J Building and eleetrcal inspee-
tlon account 102.50
Total. rejiral fund $2601.90
71 j Water works expense aocount 346.00
2 ID I Rervo!r expense account... 244.00
. ... .
8 99 j lotal works rued I 5S0.no
Grand toa! $3191. 9
"An Ordinance to amend an ordinance j installed on all automobiles operating
entitled 'An Ordinance defining and I in the city of Rock l3land. Carried by
rerulatlnr the construction of build- unanimous vote.
Inrfs and the plans and materials there
for.' Commissioner Hart offered a resolu
tion that the ordinance amending an
Commissioner Rudsren presented
the following weekly pay roll for week
endinc Feb. 20. 1915. which on his
i motion was allowed by unanimous
ordinance relative to buildings, be I vote:
considered. Carried by unanimous j H. South ..
vote. J- Wilhouse .
Mayor Schriver read the following K. CJcst . . .
resolution: F. Dunaway
Whereas. The Rock Island County 1 1. D. Powell
ITlsi, ivlillnn nHvtco. 11 fhtir Itioro ' A. DunawaV
Ms much need for an additional circuit Kckorman
I. . ... , .. . . 1 . . tL- V. 1
?.- and bn.l mmnr ....
j.r af rounr
Tvr ! hipiim HTwmt.. 113 14 ; find, respectively:
liwtirA In fiilu inHlcinl flrniit. B K'ell 1 ( . SchlcmillCr
I omtnisstoner Kudgren presentfd , msinv othr clrclllTl i ,fie state, I T. Manuel
uv-i'U following lists of claims against .
37 30 . the general fund and water work
Whereas. They also advise ns that.
the appellate court act should
lie ; J. Vanxnsdall
Kj-ro:r etf-nt . 24 15. American taFrance Fire Kn- ( amended to provide for the holding of j N. Vanansdall
I s'ne oompaey C6.50) the appellate court upon every altern-' Dennis Collins
:. wir. Ic. I. & P. Rv. Co.
,r:m:!..r.r Rudgrl presetted ' (n?rl L'nlon Tel Co
Jm&i.EW9S comes in two delic
ious flavors. Beneficial, economical.
Made clean kept clean sealed
air-tight against all impurity.
The Perfect Gum in the
Perfect Package. No
wonder its sale
ceeds all others!
:.- f..:i.,mg l.t of claiaia for :r-,rhannoii ft rufva
V. wtl.-h on h! motion was alkwd , rreatr.erv Pirtirn Vfr r
h? unanimous vot:
J,tr- y. Wittwr .
) tr I Johnson .
IVri.a Hicitman .
ffi I yfofie ......
if O - l.tl't . . .
T JUII14.I ......
I I l.'ilOtl
K !:iirfm'(tilt . . .
r I j mi n
F i;-?n'i'mcr ....
H S .-'.'.
If-rr::j.n S-haert ...
T.i rr.a Co
Jifca Furlor.g ....
J-' Frar-k;.ojer .
1 h.ir'r I;i"4r
J i. i Johnson
Imu f.'art.y . .
T). d FVigeralj ..
W f.iz :n nion t
f'.At',- i;nr.n . .
V. V K-I!
F-t l;nty ,
ft..!, n r-rrv . . .
y.. a. Kckiund
$ 5 )00 . w. a. rj.leb L Son
30 far X- f'hnsen Co
5 00 ; Huston Hrr. Co
43fl ; international Chemical Co.
3 -i'. nilnols Prir.tir.g Co
' Cliis. T. Kohn
T. V S. K. Kenwortny
s M Kramr Printing A Pub. Co,
, IX. K. Ijmi
S'.' Mississippi Ice Co
57 30 j MorenfeMor - Kohn ."
John T. Nof'aker
"'.Mn. K. I. Pearson
35 00-icn 0:1 Supply Co
33 73 Sam Ryeron
32 50; jo, m. Schasb
40 0) c. J. imiih A Co
37 50 Schocker Paper Co
3 25 Jf.u. Schroeder
33.75 ' Margaret Schroeder
19-5" ! .vtrecker Sc I-wts
37.30 Trcfz Kxpress Line ,
.TJ.73 ' fnion Printing Co
40 00 1'nderwriters laboratories ..
31 75 k. O. Vi. Jr
-12 50 pt.ji Weils
26.00,1. o. Wood worth - Co
40.00 , Weyerhauser & Dcnkmann. .
25.00 yYri ix Watts
23 .00 : i,ouis Weckel
.I'.t ate to months, and that this would. Jonn N-l."(in (ovoriiinel
1 IAS , necessitate the establishing of an ad- Bert Nichols (overtime)
32.41 dltional atir-llute court outside of Kmtl Frank
1 f5 Cook coun'r. and i Al Sugden ....
4 60 j Whereas. The Bar association has : Joe I-othringpr
6.55 had prepan.d Mils to be presented to W. Vis Jr. .
7 61 the It gMature bringing about the re- J. Roach
1f"I lief that Is required, which bills will ! N. S. Gilbert ..
70.29 Mkely be considered soon aft-T the or- John Nelso.i ..
155.73 ranization of the house, and , Bert Nichols ..
.0' Wherea. The bill providing for the'
225 f,0 additional appellate court places Rock '
2 73 Island county In the new district, and
51 7 makes It the proper place for the ts-
500 tal.Hshlr.g of the additional appellate
7 00 court.
13'5: Be It Resolved. By the city council of
1-50. the city of Rock Island that we heart-
77 30 ily a -prove of the pl.ui of the Roc k
6-J.72 Island County Bar association to britij;
.75 blMiut the election of an additional
17.10 judge in th- circuits, and the creating
3 50 of sn additional appellate court, in
5.50 tis art of the Mate of Illinois, and
Street and bridge itcrount . . .
Water works expense accoun
Resrrvoir fxprnse I'Ciotint..
Commissioner R.idgren offered a
resolution that the following claims be
allowed, to-wit: Jo!m Kramer. $4.15:
.1. W. Daly. $.r0: Knright & Mfs
sineer. $7.25: Jos. Schroder, $13.25:
70 Up it Further Resolved. That wc'L Habertliur. 512 10: Tri City R:xil
125 recognize the necessity cf cit Liens ay company, $5.00; Mrcs. Bolfser.
.60 from Rock Island county to attend , $3.:'.7: Neptune Meter company. $2. SO:
10.30 'the legislature to present the matter Charles Block. $7.50. Carried by
23 04 properly before them, and especially j unanimous vote.
49 57, the claims of Rock Island county upon Mayor Schriver read a report of t'.ie
125 the right to the lacation of the addi- board of local improvements recom-
10r,i f rue fr. Jy
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11.02 t TP4
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. 12.69 1 V-fSji S iJS
1 ,V SC5S2M
free copy of
ipr Mother Goose"
introducing these active
Spearmen. 28 pages, litho
graphed in four colors. Grown
ups as well as children will find lots of
fun in this quaint jingle book. Address
Vm. IVrigley Jr, Company
1206 Kesner BltSg., Chicago
United sm2"Jb Coupons
around each package of WRIGLEY'S
thc are good for many valuable
articles of high grade merchandise for
men. women, children and the home
25.00. tlcnal appellate court.
mending the adoption of an ordinance;
Ward Ic McMahon
20 3.1 phll Weber
.10.3.1 , Western l'nlon Tel. Co. ...
30 00IJ. y. witter
41 66 Herman TInda',1
57.50 ; Recapitulation.
37.50 'Fire Department Co 27S.S7
1.75 ' It Is Hen by Resolved. That the ( providing for the construction of sule
7.50,' city cf Rock Islsnd phnlges Itself to I walks on the eust and west sides of
1.75! pay towards the actual expense of a ! Twenty-eighth street from a point six
4.45 delegation to Springfield to present the I and one-half feet Kouth of the north
13.45. claim of the county of Rock Island, not j line of Sixteenth avenue to a point six
9.45 to xceed. however. Two Hundred and one half feet north of the south
.41 Fifty (f250.on Dollars.
190.00 j Mayor Schriver offered a resolution
2110 j that the resolution just read be adopt-
led. Carried bv unanimous vote.
line of Fifteenth avenue, together with
the city engineer's estimate of the
probable cost of said improvement in
amount of $925.92. also an ordinance
Mayor Schriver offered a resolution : providing for said improvement, which
thct the ordinance providing for the ordinance on his motion was consid
construction of a six inch watermaln i f red by unanimous vote.
97.36.on Eleventh street from Brashar street I Mayor Schriver read a petition from
i . j0 ' 1 f .atf h Af-r-ntinf
37.50, Police account 100.S6 north a distance of three hundred feet, ' the firemen at the water works asking
37.50 City hall account ..
37.50 j Election account ..
37.50 j PrlnMng account
27.50 J Contingent eeeour.t
Try Slevin for
First Class Taxi
Day or Night Call Rock
All New Closed Cars
Also Seven Passenger Pierce
Slevin Taxicab Line
2309 Third Avenue.
29.42 be adopted
37.921 Mayor Schriver offered
Carried by unanimous i for an Increase in wages from the pres
lent rate of $2.20 per day to $2.50 per
resolution day. also a communication from Gus-
.75 1 that R. W. Sharp be directed to at
2.'0tend the tests of the Worthington
37.50 Building X- Elec. Inspector .
37 50 'street
37 501 Total, renerat fund $1272. OS
37.30 Anvance Car Mover Co 5.P0 ! signed by members of the fire depart
37.50 j Adreograph company 4.06 I ment asking tiiat the council grant to
Pump at the factory and make a writ
ten report fo council. Carried by
Mayor Schriver presented a petition
tav Bruhn asking for damages on ac
count of seepage from the reservoir,
which communcations on hig motion
were received and placed on file.
Adjourned on motion of Commis
M. T. RCnGREN.
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