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jIY speaker
TO)AtTQ eocs 'a'amtaat: i. '1920.
fat Ffcirs to Lrtot
5l Speak rrMaf Be--"J!.
MmI ftrnan.
Iftxro-
nationally
irlll apeak
i' WaeDonaUl,
-k5".w circles
."UTS rridav niabt at the
." : third floor of the
.... - nt
baliains on : i ne
St Labor Prty n Iu Rc'
? ETfVionerative Move-
Jl fte Trades Union."
! iL&BW i chairman of
iS"" of the lllinow
onion and ex-presi-JrftW
Illlnoii Federation of
fWbtW big figure
m total miners' union and has
??tr innuenee in the
fltinn of Labor,
- fn Rock Island from
,!4 to pe nn,ler the au'
gf tb DS-ly n-.w
tint lawr p".'-
T-i i.hor nolitical organi-
wi formed at a meetinn
nV tM of last lr,ih
S preient from the 70
; .H.td rllb the Tri-Clty
itoa ol UDor and repr?aen-
.. nnrV Island ar-
frfaration and the Silvia
u.i't union.
iUt ill the platform are to be
- wWch as named, at the
Utm Jilt coraJ
P ii a train m 11 1' n
ui information i"11
IcDcMlffs adore?.
ETtrjone iimn-n.
,!. fa the local labor party
Ut extended Invitation to the
fml Mblic of this entire cora-
to hear Mr. MacDonald. It
Hninted cut by them that the
LmIIMi-aI ctoud is not for or-
ha irorlnneii only, but is open
tent earing 10 amuaie uu
labor
Rive
with
9
Municipal Matters
Seplar Meettof HeU March 28,
isie.
City Council Chamber, Rock Is
land, 111., March 22. City council
mat U reenter session at Sso'clock
P- m.. Mayor Schriver and all com
miasionera present
Tne-ninates of tha renter meet-
tat held March if aad c .e special
meeting held March It, 120. were
rean ana approves.
Mayor Schriver oSered a resoln
tion that Hoaore Dapaaw be grant
ed permission to erect garage at
1407 Tweaty-lfth street in the City
of Rock Island. Carried by unani
mous vote. -
Commissioner Radgren presented
the. following Hat of claims for
weekly pay roll for week ending
March 20, 1920, whjen ovhis mo
tion waa- allowed by unanimous
vote:
F. Dona way A,
J. Siebrandt
August Bodakar
H. South ,
H. Searle ;..-....,'
J. Schaab
r. Geat ...'
Gus Frantz
K. T. Connell 15.72
Art searle . 15.72
Robert Fuller 12.32
24.00
18.00
15.72
15.72
15.72
16.72
15.72
15.72
G. W. Bradley
Joe Buater .....
T, J5rown ......
Charles Nesseler
IMcCarl
J. Marrs
8. Parrish
P. Swaoson . . .
T. McDonald ..
H. Schultz ...1
Jeff Moore
William Lowe . .
F. Lorenzen
I.,. Fues
7.22
15.72
2.12
24.50
17.87
17.87
20.43
17.87
17.87
23.00
14.04
21.00
21.00
21.00
Nattonal Meter company, 925 J5;
5?,tUBe.,IWw Paay. 145.00;
MoUae Heating- ft Conatractlon
campaiy 17.10; Channon Dufra,
euuo; America U France Fir
jname company, sajw; People
Power company, 1,980.93. Carried
by unanimous vote. - t
Commlaaloner Fitaaimmons of
fered A raaolstion that Nellie Bar
ter, 1923 Ninth arenas, he granted
soft drink license to May 1, 1920.
Carried by nnanfmona rote.
Commissioner Wieh offered a res
olution that the ordinance provid
ing for the construction of a 10
inch sewer on Fifth avenue from
the sewer at Twenty-first street to
the east line of Twentieth street,
be sdopted. Carried by unanimous
vote.
Commissioner Murrln presented
a petition of F. W. Tledemaa and
others asking that water mala aad
sewer be constructed on Seven
teenth street between Twenty-fifth
and Tvahnty-seventh avenue, which
petition on his motion waa referred
to the board of local improvementa.
Mayor Schriver read an ordi
nance regnlating the establishing
of filling stations, which -, en his
motion was considered by unani
mous vote.
Mayor Schriver offered a reso
lution that the ordinance regulat
ing the establishing of filling sta
tions, be adopted. Carried by
unanimous vcje.
Adjourned on motion of Commis
sioner Murrtn.
M. T. RUDGREN.
City Clerk.
Regular .Meeting, March St, 1920,
City Council Chamber, Rock Is-
J land. III., Mareh 29. 1920. The city
gteear aad engineer of tha hoard
of local improvements; and an ordi
nance providing for aaid improve
ment, which, en his motion, was
considered by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Wieh offered a res
olution that the ordinance providing
for the construction of sidewalks
oa the eeutb"ld or Eighteenth
avenue from Sixteenth to Seven
teenth streets, and on both sides
of Sixteenth street from Eighteenth
to Twenty-first avenue, be adopted.
Carried by unanimous vote.
Mayor Schriver preaented in or-! chapter
wuin mmaiDC coapter 41 or tne
Revised Ordinances of 1918, which,
on his motion wss considered by
unanimous vote. : :
Majror Schriver offered a resolu
tion that the ordinance amending
39 of the Revised Ordi
nances or iis. e adoptee car
ried by unaaimoM vote, f ' .
Mayor Schriver offered a resolu
tion that the Jewiah Cemetery as
sociation be given permission . to
use tract of land purchased by them
1 in 1 1
and located east of Thirtieth street
tor burial purposes. Carried by
uaaaimous vote.
Adjourned oa motion of Commis
sioner Fitssimmoas.
, M. T. RUDGRCN.
'Cv ' ' City Clerk.
Mr. By-singer - 2190 i c? unc11 met in renlar session at 3
James Brooks
Bose Wilson -.
H. Utke .....
Louis Ehlors
R. Paulsen . .
Hugh McGee
20.00
20.00
20.40
20.40
20.40
6.30
V!- . ,
f HlCUOEaia "in
policies and will also
it pointers in connection
oeoparive moveinem.
SILVIS
tr. icd Mrs. Biggs and babv
rrived here from Kansas
L make Silvia their residence
ussnuy.
ji Wheeler of Rock Tsland
:d relatives here last week.
1. and Mrs. Myers have gone to
rise to reside.
at Wednesday afternoon Mrs.
bitm Coles opensd her home on
k ivenne and Fifth street for
entertainment of the members
frtenda of the Sims Birthday
thborhood club. It was also
iilon of her daughter Grace's
birtkoay anniversary, when
dozen little girls about her
age cast in the afternoon to
the youthful honoree in cele-
liof the went. The table and
III throughout were very taste-
decorated with lilies and otli-
laxly ipring hot house flowers
red, white and blue bunting
crepe tissue papes. At 6 o'clock
tlaborate supper was' serv
A lovely birthday cake, frost-
In white and hearing just 12
cudlM m gilt holders and
Jighted. graced the table, form-
pretty centerpiece. The non
vis presented with a large
r of beautiful and useful pres
u tokens of esteem from her
! friends. Much merriment
uied throughout the entire
'JS(vb and evening,
"members and friends of the
Jta' Aid society of the Baptist
Jjrt met at the church last
Msday afternoon. A large col
nn was taken in as a large
sww mtnaefl. it was a vervj
Bffit and profitable meeting.
members and friends of the
ta' Aid society of the Silrts
taitl Methoriiit church were
ftsined last Thursday atter
t the church. After the reg
t routine of busine&a and de
riwrcises and some hours
h la if-ing and general sori
rtfreshments were served
Mmaittee. x
Monday evening in the Me
w Methodist church of which
ior Justin M. Washburn and
wd daughter are : -rubers, a
U reception was given for
A literary and musical pro
ceeded the sewing. Light
nunti were served.
" h:me of Mrs. Oliver Griffin
;' 'M scene of a most delightful
y Harty last Tuesday after-
, ?enin?- U Tras the oc
j 01 the honoree's 40th birth
X anniversary. The rooms
utliout as wen as the taW
TJT.eautlfully decorated for
luion In yellow and white
!iTi. ,Bt " Per and bunting,
it - nace or bunches of Easter
:f d Jonquils. A yellow and
t-o vuivaen. eggs served In
wrs. sponge cake in the
" crosses, crowns and cres-
&!?i.?,ranRe!- J'uch' tnerri
Taft?ZTlId thrushout the! en-
If jr " lUD oonoree witn a
i2.7y and a
jwiBOated in
RECAPITULATION.
Street & Bridge .
Sewer fund .' ;..
Barbage syste
Water Works Eipense . . .
8 SS7.96
439.2S
47.50
60.40
40.S0
Total $ 5S7.SS
Commissioner Rudgren sub
mitted the following list of claims
for salaries which on his motion
was allowed by unanimous vote:
70.00
70.00
72.50
Wallace Treichler $
' T V - O
J. K. Scott
fiO.OO
tiO.OO
60.00
HO.OO
S5.00
55.00
55.00
55.00
55.00
65.00
55.00 jieff
O. L. Johnson
Velma Hickman ; . . . - 47.j0
Caroline Peterson
Victoria Wilbelm
William Mrlntyre
August Schmidt '. .
Joe Valentine
August Brandt . . ,
Henry Vllemeyer 60.00
Arthur Liedtke . .
Ben Stephens
Dan Doyle
Adolph Cawi
William Koehler .
William McDonald
Louie Heins
Frank Kinney . . .
H. Bloomquist ...
H. Losand
Edward Carlson .
Clarence Siebert ......... . 60J19
Haude Donaawy 55.00
Emil Schadt S5.00
C. Murrin fiO.OO
Charles Glass J fiO.OO
Francis Monroe fiO.OO
George Hoist .' fio.OO
Edward Brandmeyer fiOaOO
Beu Walters 60.00
C. Barr t fiO.OO
William Gotthardt , 65.00
Fred Milow 60.00
Lawrence Weirather fiO.'JO
M. Weibrioe 55.00
Bernard Brahm 65.00
C. Barnctt 60.00
Charles Carlson 60.00
Mrs. C. Milow 20.00
Thomas Cox 77.50
Charles Bleuer "0.00
Herman Schnert 70.00
Charles Ginnane 70.00
E. T. Kell 62.50
John Kinney , 54.17
Gus Kirsch 62.50
William Epperson 62.50
R. S. Berry 62.50
Earl Shannon 62.50,
John Furlong
Charles Miner
James Green .
Ora Bowman
Fred McCullom
o'clock p. m.. Mayor Schriver and
all commissioners present.
The minutes of the regular meet
ing held March 22, 1920, were read'
and approved.
Commissioner Rudgren-offered a
resolution that Bert S. Strayer he
granted permission to conduct an
automobile repair shop at 3417
Ninth street in a barn now located
on the rear of lot of aaid number.
Carried by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren submitted
ilie following weekly payroll for
week ending March 27, 1920, which,
on his motion, was allowed by
unanimous vote:
F. Donaway 24.00
J. Siebrandt 21.60
August Bodaker 15.30
H. South 13t60
H. Searle '. 13.60
'J. Schaab
47.50 I F. Gest .
35.00 Gus Frantz 15.30 j
15.00 K. T. Connell 16.58
75.00! Art Searle 13.60!
70.00 Robert Fuller 17.00
G. W.Bradley...;.... 10.20' I
Joe Buster r 10.63 !
H. Dill 11.90 j
Charles Nesseler 24.50
J. U Mahaffey 7.80 i
J. McCarl 15.32 J
A. Donaway . ... 15.32;
Charles Davis
J. Mar rs . , . .
15.30
13.60
15.33 j
3.S3 I
9. Parrish 19.15!
F. Swanson 15.32 '
T. Mrllnnalrl . 17 IS
Moore 17.45
H. Schultz 23.00
F. Smith 13.60
P F. Trenkenschuh ....... 99.00
J. Enright 8.00
James Brooks 20.00
62.50
62.50
60.00
60.00
60.00
40.00
37.50
55.00
55.00
33.45
50.00
60.00
57.50
30.00
50.00
lovely birth
wj'gi.ted candles in green
5La th . .
raet .11 fen sms.
""is au cam- in j
Charles Liedtke
Anna Kirkman .
Dave DcSmet
Vincent Murphy
Fred Gruby
D.-. A. N. Mueller
H. H. Harris .v
L. K. Eihl
Harry Grey ,?
Carl Schroeder
J. T. Stephens 60.00
Nick Kellcrman 42.50
J. A. Lindros 67.50
F. L. Yerbnry
William McNealy
Mrs. L. DumbauW
C. Cushman
H. Carstens
NvJ. Hoeltzner .
James Roach '.
Ed Caulfield 62.50
Frank Zucrcher ......
Bruno Conneians.. 52.50
Harry Cue 52.50
James Farrell
Joe Kennedy
ftenrire Ktzol
Andres Sinnett '
Frank Entler 60.50
('hurled Schroeder 50.50
Clarence Skinner 60.50
-thus
Perpetvatins
rags
a hard
1 Prty.
.kcal Rei! frn.. . .v.
Wlif Von , '"'i me
"me. music ano
l'wre enjoyed.
f PLANE FOE
OL ON BORDER
M'aiton. Arti n
Kt n. i I wry eigni
ILL fiflnn
sm.j. . . " a' iuijnn
iA?"". tor ABRA-
ulm.i sr l 1 1 r
tit k.. insiic on
box wim our trade mr.
67.50
67.50
37.50
67.50
67.90
,70.00
62.50
62.50
57.50
62.50
Sore Wilson .
H. I tke
Louis filers
R. Paulsen . . .
Hugh McGee
20.00
20.40
20.40 i
20.40
6.30 I
Total 1614.77
Recapltnlation,
Street and bridge 1466.07
Sewer fund . 47.60
Garbage system 60.40
Water works expense ...... 40.80
95,151.51
RECAPITULATION.
Salary fund 357-50
Fire department 1,950.00
Police fund 1,375.01
Health fund 197-60
Garbasre arstem - 50.00
Street and bridge 102.3O-
Inspectors fund
City hall
Engineering fund ....
Total, general fund
Water works expense
Reservoir expense ...
Total wster works fund. 9 i.00
Grand total 15,151.51
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that the following claims
be and the same are heseby allow
ed, to-wit: City of, Moline, 2,
444 71: Pedplei Power company.
13(2.87; C. J. Cmitfc ft C 98.00;
"oral $514.77
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that the following claims
be and the Fame are hereby allow
ed, to-wit: City clerk, $6.09; city of
Moline. $2,115.89; W. G. Block com
pany, $S70.f6. Carried by unani
mous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that the city clerk be
and he is hereby authorized to issue
to Joe Jackson a taxicab license to
.May 1, 1920 for $5. Carried by
unanimous vote.
Co mmissioner Fitzsimmons of
fered a resolution that Max Jaffe,
303 Ninth street, be granted soft
drink license to May 1, 1920. Car
ried by unanimous vote. '
Commissioner Wieh read a report
of the board of local improvements
recommending the adoption of an
ordinance providing for the im
provement of Thirty-first street
from Fourteenth to Eighteenth ave
nue, by grading, draining, curbing
and paving with asphaltic concrete;
also an estimate of the proosttle
cost of said improvement in amount
of $20,187.50 by the city engineer
and engineer of the board of local
improvements; also an ordinance
providing for said improvement,
which, on his motion, was consid
ered bv unanimous vote.
52.50! commissioner Wieh read a re-
port of tne Doara oi iocsj improve
ments recommending the adoption
of an ordinance providing for the
construction of anT-inch sewer on
Thirtv-fifth street from Eighteenth
avenue to a point 300 feet south of
Twentieth avenue; also an esti
mate of the probable cost of said
imnrovement in amount of $2,079 by
the citv engineer and engineer of
the board of local improvements;
also an ordinance providing for said
imnrovement which, on his motion,
was considered by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Wieh offered a res
olution that the ordinance proyid-
ina for the construction of an 8
inch sewer on Thirty-fifth street
from Eighteenth avenue to a point
300 feet south of Twentieth avenue,
be adopted. Carried by unanimous
vote.
- Commissioner Wieh read a report
of the beard of local improvements
recommending the adoption or. an
AriHnanca nrovidtnK for the con
struction of sidewalka on the south
m of Eicnteenth avenue rrom six
teenth to Seventeenth streets, and
on both sides of Sixteenth street
' to TMlr.Srit
avenue; also an estimate of the
nrobable cost of said Improvement
in amount of $4,310 by the citr en-
202.50
37.50
135.00
..$4,407.51
..$ 473.50
., 271.50
Corsets
$1.98
In the drive for Wed
nesday a $3, War
nery Rusfc-proof, medi
um bust, back lace cor
set Four heavy hose
supports. . .ij
PffitiR & CO;
NEW YORK STORE
Tmlnhon M. 1208 MOLINE. EfMnW IMS
Wednesday Winners
We have gone into the highways and byways in our search for
these Wednesday winners. We have bargain hunted just as
diligently as you would have yourself. Therefore, we're more
than satisfied in presenting you this list of specials for the
nitnaayor .
Hose
89c
A woman's fine lisle
hose, seamless, with -(reinforced
toe and
; heel. Colors are black,'
brown, navy and white.
Sells regularly for 98c.
Voils
For Wednesday ,
To make this offer "stand out"
we went through two entire
stocks and contend these ver
laine and Shantaung voiles are unmatchable values. The col
orings are gray, blue, lavender and rose in floral and cdnven
tional designs; 40 inches wide, selling regular OQr
at a yard, for Wednesday selling, yard . .
Silks
For Wednesday
A truly wonderful group of
fashionable silks, especial val-
selected.
Consisting of novelty plaids, extra heavy, yard wide messa
line, chiffon, taffeta, crepe de chine, shirting silks and georg
ette. Values to $4.00 a yard. $2 4Q
for Wednesday selling, yard kaVt
PERCENT DISCOUNT
EXCEPT MILLINERY
Wednesday between Nine and Noon upon Presentation of Coupon
Percent
Discount
Wednesday
Only,
Read
Coupon
THIS COUPON
Properly signed with customer's name and address in full entitles the
holders to ,
20 Percent Discount
In all departments of the store, except Millinery, for the one day, Wednes
day, April 14, 1920, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 12 noon.
PIERR&C0,
NEW YORK STORE
NeUne, TO.
Name
City .
Street
State ....
20
Notions
For Wednesday
Hickory child's underwaista,
in
Sells for 75c.
69c
white, ages 2 to 14.
just Wednes
day -. -.--?r vy
Cotton boll, fine tissue roll toilet
paper, regular 18c. 25c
just Wednesday -2 for vuv
Shoe trees, steel spring connection,
polished natural hickory, 1 7r
heel, just Wednesday r.IU'
-Ginghams-
Ft Wednesday
Some attractive dark patterns in a
lovely 50c gingham. - Vr
for Wednesday, yard , . . '
liberty ehambray in solid eolors
and checks, regular 76c; CQr
for Wednesday, yard
Excellent pattern assortment in
' these light shades pf percale, A7r '
for Wednesday, yard
Drugs4
Percent
Discount
Nine to J
Noon P
Read
Caution i
For Wednesday, f f
Bayer's 5-grain Aspirin tabletane ,
doten in box, 25c seller. , Vf?
just Wednesday . . . a- HIM'"-
Bayers' 5-grain Aspirin tablets, 2
dozen in bottle, 50c seller. 2 2r
mat WurhiMirlav -' wt
Mavis talcum nowder.
just Wednesday . . . ..'
De uwe hand lotion. vyy JQr
just Wednesday . . .
r
I9c
WEDNESDAY LINEN
SPEC
IALS
In thisstoreof strong departmenfe we consider the
linen Shop one of the strongest of the group. So
specials from our Linen Shop should be particularly
worxojy atlnfion. And now, too, there are
greater output limitations than we've ever experi
enced before causing tighter prices, we found four
good members for .Wednesday. Get your share of
these unprecedented bargains, v r
Gfence Thtm Over. You'll Probably Ntczr Hoot Another Chance
t Bargain Like These. Came, See Them.
is?
Short lengths in a 64inch
table damask, sells at 7oc,
-just .Wednesday,
A $1.59 fine table damask
in 66 and 70 inch widths,
Wednesday,
fQ A $2.98 all pure linen for Short lengths in a 64inch A $1.59 fine table damask
table cloths just Wed- table damask, sells at 7oc, in 66 and 70 inch widths, T f
n I nday C77.0 jpst "Wednesday, cnr for Wednesday, QQr J nii
1 jruArW vard..k W yard... ...... SoCy yM
I lr!. A' 85e tabTeaichd craafi toweling, )Zr -v AT
A I " WednMd.y,Vyard - ' ' j-.. j
.... - -;.f " 1 ,r'- . ,.
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