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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1913.
IT ! BRAVE OFFICERS LOST ON THE VOLTURNO 8 ,5." r' s -1 N yp - ? 1 .II L ' ,:: 1,7 m Carried by unanimous rote. Commissioner Rudgren submitted the weekly payroll for week nding Oct 4, 1913, as follows: U Gaylord, team $ 29.40 S. M. Gaylord, team , 25.20 G. Schmidt , 25.20 D. Ziffren 25.20 D. Ziffren '.. 25.20 J. McDonald 3.15 J. McDonald 3.15 W. O'Brien 12.60 J. Sebrandt 12.60 B. DeVries 10.50 J. Ginty . J. Dering , A. Grypp 12.60 6.30' 12.60 Chief Engineer Dewar (left) and First Officer H. P. Miller. UNOIB00 Thlff Engineer Pwar and First; on the Kroonland. When In answer Officer H.. V. Miller were two of the to tho Volume's S. O. S. cail, the brave men who lEt their lives on the ! Jiroonland, arKrive1 t0 asv6i.8j tte f: , , . I ing vessel, the young bride watched tolturno in order that the ship's pas-1 her husband s every move through a cgers might be saved. The death ! marine glass. .She saw him assist f Miller was particularly sad. Un-' women and children into the boats, able on sccount of the British ad- and then paw him disappear into the rciralty laws to sail with him. his J swirl of flame from wh.ch he never v ife. Just a young bride, took passage ' emerged. Municipal Matters jj REGULAR MEETING 8EPT. 29, 1913. City Council Chamber. Rork Island, III., Sept. 29, 1313. The city council met In regular session at 3 o'clock p. m.. Mavor Schriver and all commis sioners present. The minutes of the regular meeting teld Sept. 22, 1913, were read and ap proved. Coiumlpipnr Rudgren submitted Recapitulation. Street and bridge account.. Sewf-r account Grad'ng account Waterworks expense Waterworks construction ... Reservoir expense .$295.05 . 25.20 . 189.00 . 31.70 ; 245.70 . 65.10 Total $834.75 Commissioner Rudgren offered a resolution that the weekly payroll In amount of $854.75, just read, be al lowed. Carried by unanimous vote. ! Commissioner Rudzren offered a tn weekly pa roll for week ending I rpsolntion that William K. Wvnn he I O. P. Morris 12.60 J. Lyle 12.60 1 B. Schmidt 10.50! Vic Breitmeyer 10.50 J. Bruckmeyer 12.60 F. Schoel 1.05 J. B. Johnson 12.60 Al Fuller .. 12.60' J. Wilhlte 12.60 ! T. Manuel . 13.65 1 F. Stanley 12.60 i P. Heverling 2.10 j C. Schlemmer 12.60 J H. Schmacbt 9.43 B. Blocklinger 13.65! George Schaab, team 25.20 ! Al Kingston, team 25.20 j John Ehlers. team 25.20 1 H. Thorp, team -25.20 Emil Frank , 14.70 Al Sugdon 12.60 H. Mortell F. O' Connal R. Gibbs George Anderson M. Kavanaugh J. O'Neal F. Anderson Ij. Bledsoe ' T Anriprsnn W. Glass ... J. McCarl 12.60 George Led dick " 12.60 C. Gil:spie F. W. Mayer ... W. Wynn R. Neff D. Doyle Ike Ditch J. Fasnacht Vic Peterson John Nelson Bert Nichols fjels Peterson Peter Kraft Dennis Collins reel Jciat t nap and nill in the Air? . r M.HJUUIUJ Ui.W!W.l..SI.lJUiUJ!,W!UI JUUU1 U .Jl. J.ID '.Ua.WWJIH.I...JilLlJl -iimMIM. IWIIL'I IU- i L L l, L 1 . in .1. luiiui , E- Total It's Time for Gately's to Deliver Your Range or Heater The Bigtfest and Best Line ot Guaranteed Heaters. Ranges and Base. Burners We Have Ever Shown. We Are Specialists on - $1.00 a WEEK T! 7 TC $4.00 a Month Our salespeople will take gTeat pleasure in showing: you our complete line of stoves' made by the Co-Operative Stove company. Ihe onty line of all cast lined ranges on the market. We absolutely ruarantee each and every stove -against dust, the evil so common with ordinary ranges shown today. Priced.. 15.75 15.75 Fept. 27. 1913, as follows: Kmll Frniik Al Sugden H. Moriell M. Karnaugh F. o'Connal V. Rooks George Anderson .. J. O'Neal J. M C arl Ike D ten J. Fassnacht .1. Rled.:oe J. Anderson F. W. Mayer 12.60 William Glass 13.63 C. GUIsrle ,r.'...... 12.60 H. Seiters 6.30 I). Gilispie 12.60 It. Glbbs 12.60 D. Doyle , 12.60 William Wynn 7.35 H. Neff 5.25 F. Andernon 7.35 John Nelson 16.80 Hert Nichols '. 12.60 Nell Peterson 12.60 Peter Kraft 12.60 JJennis Collins 4 10.50 O. Lorenzen, team ' 21.45 B. Schmidt 12.60 U. Breitmeyer 12.60 O. P. Morris 12.60 L. Gaylord, team 25.20 S. M. Gaylord, team 25.20 G. Schmidt, team , 25.20 D. Zltfern, team '. ... 25.20 I. Ztffern, team 23 10 W. O'Brien 12.60 J. Slebrandt 12.69 A. Grypp 12.60 B. DeVries J 12.60 C. Schlemmer 12.60 J. Bruckmeyer '. 12.t0 George Schaab, team 25.20 J. Eblrrs, team 25.20 Al Kingston, team 25.20 D. Prle 7.35 'i . Manuel 13.65 J. B. Johnson 11.85 F. ftihoel 11.85 At Fuller 11.85 .1. Wilhite 1185 J. Stroehle 11.85 W. Krkermann 13.65 C. ( laussen 12 60. I Heverling 525 H. Blocklinger 33.63 allowed JSU1.92, for constructing sheds Recapitulation. IS. 70 and hose tower near the city barn, and j Grading account ... 12.60 , repairing work as per bill. Carried Sewer account ... l.").r. i ly unanimous vote. Street and bridge account... ... 12.60! Commissioner Rudgren offered a i Waterworks expense ... 12. 60 j resolution that the Rock Island Turn- ... 11.55 1 geminde be allowed $75 for rent of ... 15.75 j ambulance shed. Carried by unani- ... 12.60 I mous vote. ... 11.53 1 Ir. G. G. Craig read his report of ... 12.60 the late smallpox epidemic. ... 10.60 Waterworks construction . . Reservoir expense aocount. Total $770.70 j Commissioner Rudgren offered a resolution that the weeklv payroll lust Mayor Srhriver offered a resolution ; read. in amount of $770.70, be allowed. mat me report or city pnysietan be Carried by unanimous vote. received and placed on file. Carried j Commissioner Rudgren submitted a by unanimous vote. ist of ciaims for salaries, as follows: Mayor Schriver offered a resolution that D. W. Swathwood be allowed the H. M. Schriver $20S.3 !fcf T Knriiren 1fiK(;R sum of $6.30. Carried by unanimous Robert R. Reynoid8 166.66 vote. Archie Hart Mayor Schriver read an ordinance t Jonag gear leg H. Thorp, team J. Ly! ........ B. Ranson ..... Total . 25.20 . 12.60 . 1470 .$854.75 providing for the weighing of com modit'es in wagon-load lots on re quest of any police officer or the in spector of weights and measures. Mayor Schriver offered a resolution that the ordinance just read provid ing for the .weighing of commodities In wagon-load lots, be considered. Carried by unanimous vote. Adjourned on motion of Commis sioner Rudgren. M. T. RUDGREN. I City Clerk. J REGULAR MEETING, OCT. 6, 1913.! City Council Chamber. Rock Island, 111., Oct. 6, 1913. The city council met In regular "session at 3 o'clock p. m., Mayor Schriver and all commission ers present. Rev. Rolfs addressed the council relative to a claim for water rent on his church property. Mayor Schriver offered a resolution that the claim of Rev. Rolfs be re ferred to Commissioner Bear to re port. Carried by unanimous vote- Mayor Schriver offered a resolution that D. . Swathwood be allowed $6.30. Carried by unanimous vote. Commissioner Rudgren read a com munication signed by G. C. Wenger for the Rock Island Safety Deposit company and also by El F. Dorn and E. Hauerefeld in which they allege that the concrete foundation for the paving of Third avenue is unsatisfac tory in places, which they claim is es pecially true east of Eighteenth street, and asking that a thorough inspection be made of same. Commissioner Rudgren offered a resolution that the communication just read be received and placed on Die. If t Half r iietifll wnrlr e zpf and better than usual r VrtrH results, when you clean i ti Hi vour windows with . LD DUST Geans everything-. 5c and larger packages. CHICAGO' "Lot tho GOLD DUST TWINS tto your work" ICS 111 1 ft:: ; ;3 llif ; ).-'' n .', j 111! if mm Wallace Trelcbler ... James F. Witter ..... Oscar L. Johnson Ina Stone ' Velma Hickman ..... Oscar O. Liitt Mrs. L. Dumbauld ... George Newberry .... P. Frey C. Milow J. Valentine B. Brahm G. Hoist C. Lundberg M. Talbot C. Miller R. Young H. Barber A. Schmidt H. Bloomquist J. Schu'.tz W. O Neil H. Herman C. Glas E. Schadt A. Merle J. Hetter Jamea Brinn L. Kramer Herman Sehnert Thomas Cox John Furlong Art Kinsley Joe Frankhouser .... Charles Bleuer John Johnson ....... John Kinney - Dennis McCarthy . .., David Fitzgerald William Fitisimmons Charles Ginnana E. P. Kell Gus Kirsch Fred Gruby Walter Lloyd Rollin Berry ......... Mike Collins Frank Beinke John Sullivan Mrs. M. Schroeder ., G. G. Craig A. Pratt J. Joers P. Heverling X. Archer S. Knox , F. Bruhn F. Gest F. Duncway , H. Utk Wm. McGuirk I- D. Por-ell Chat. Brandel , Li. Funkenstein ...... V. Murphy J. H. Stapp W. H. Wise H. Morgan ......... N. Holtxner Joe Wheelaa P. Schtnebricier ... Ed Caulfleld C. Atkinson C. Skinner Jas. Farrell .... H. H. Harris .... George Etsel . . . Thomas McLane 111 . 15.75 A ) 7 3 ij-oi ' T N 16.80 j . " . ' "" 12.651 I 1 8-40 - JL "L --m --..j... 6.30 M TjSN 12-6 i Is&rJi-' ui . ill ,,! 11 ' 1" . "25 20 p i j "'''j n m $16.50 to $53.50 4 Base Burners ? r 166.66 50.00, 50.00 50.00 ; 25.00 i 25.00; 12.50 50.00 52.50 ; 45.00 37.50: 37.50 ! 37.50' 37.50 j 35.00 35.00 ! 35.00 1 22.ll S3.76 . 40.00 37.50 36.25 35.00 40.00 37.50 37.50 35.00 32.50 50.00 41.G6 41.66 41.66 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 A complete line of Base Burners and Heaters made up of the old reliable Home and Globe, two of the oldest lines on the market, each stove carries a guarantee of from 5. to 10 years on all repairs. ' Heaters $8.50 to' $40 Base Burners $31.00 to $70.00 - Coal Bills Reduced 1-3 Let us show you our line, we will be glad to, whether you buy a stove or not, all we ask is an opportunity to prove to you that we can save you money, both on the stove and the coal bill. . '4 ft 1WI H' FURNITURE m For every room from the cellar to garret. Rugs, carpets, lace curtains, draperies, in fact everything that goes to make the home attractive and comfortable for the long winter months. The finest stock we have ever owned now open for your inspection and comparison. -5 r, CASH OR CREDIT 307-309 20th St., Rock Island CASH OR CREDIT HiiK, 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 30.00 2500 37.50 62.50 30 00 29.40 2'J.40 29 40 27 50 27.50 27.50 27.50 27.50 50.80 37.50 40.00 50.00 50.00 42.00 42.00 33.60 33.00 33.00 21. TO 40.00 40.00 39.00 35.i0 35.00 Fred Ehmke 35.00 G. Rebok 38.50 C. Cushman 37.50 J. Sundell 52.00 R. C. Davis . . i 56.00 P. Loge 56.00 ' tJ,05t.08 Recapitulation. Salary account $1,087.47 Fire dept, account. 739.61. Police account .... 879.58 City ball account.. 50.00 Health account .... 439.50 Contingent account. . 37.50 Electrician account. 40.00 Bldg. & Elect. Inep. account 50.00 Local Improvement account ..... ... 240.00 Total, general fund. Waterworks expense account Reservoir expense account f3,5C4.06 346.00 144.00 Total, fund waterworks' $ 490.00 t4.054.M6 Commissioner Rudgren otored a resolution that the list of claims just read in amount of $l,0a4.08 t? al- Competition vmv is ti SPEL1V1AN & CO. NOW I A U3 far $1.75 e VHXlTtTODVtt lowed. Carried by unanimous vcte. Commissioner Rudgren ofcred a resolution that the following claims be allowed, to-wit: C. R. I. & P. Ry. Co.. $32.28; Superior Chemical Co., $339.02; H. A. J. McDonald, P. M.. $10; Hon. J. McCann Davis, $5. Carried by unanimous vote. Commissioner Rudgren submitted the bond of J. H. Stapp, superintend ent of buildings in sum of $2,000 with the Maryland Casualty company as surety, same being on the regular city form for officers' bond. Commissioner Rudgren ofer?d a resolution that the bond of J. H. Stapp in amount of $2,000, with the Mary land Casualty company as surety, be approved. Carried by unanimous vote. Commissioner Hart ottered a reso lution that the mayor and city clrk be authorized to sign an agreement with the trustees of the Rock ts'cnd Turngeminde, giving the city the right to fasten two iron beams in the wall of the Turner hall building for supporting part of the new ambulance shed according to blue prints. Car ried by unanimous vote. Commissioner Hart read reports for the month of September from Carl Kuehl. acting police magistrate, chief of police, police matron, plumbing in spector, building inspector ani Com missioner Reynolds read bis report of the street department. Commissioner Hart offered a reso lution that the report of the different departments be received and placed on file. Carried by unanimous vote. Mayor Schriver offered a resolu tion that the ordinance providing for the weighing of commodities In wag on load lots, be adopted. Carre1! y unanimous vote. Mayor Schriver offered a resolu tion that E. N. Beecher be allowed $1X0 for a panoramic view of Rock. la land. Carried by unanimous otA Mayor Schriver offered a reeomtion that R. W. Eharpe be allowed $100 tor services from Sept If to Oct. I, 1913. Carried: Ayes Schrler, Hart and Bear. Nays Rudgren an i Reynolds. Mayor Schriver offered a resolution that the bid of Collins Brothers be ac cepted, same being the lowest bid ' r re-flooring certain bridges wlh r-!n-forced concrete. Carried by unani mous vote. Commissioner Hart offered a reso lution that the bid of the Rock Islam! Sand & Cravel company ' to -.furnish coal to city buildings as fhllows: Delivered to city ball and fire, station Xo. 1, $2.75 per ton; delivered to el'v barn and fire stations Non. 2 ard 3, $3 per ton; delivered to the filter. tlanr. $3.25 per ton;' be accepted. . Carriol by unanimous vote. - '. Adjourned on motion . cf . Comrnin sioner Hart. . r M. T. RUDGREN, Ctty Clerk. 5' Which Kind Are You? The kind that "can't" save money because you need every cent for daily living and pleasures; the kind that "intends" to save sometime in the dim fu ture, or the kind that is going to begin EIGHT NOW at the German Trust & Savings Bank? German Trust & Savings ROCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS Bank :'itmtwu.titin.nt.i3;n.!.:'it?'iimi:tit:.n:t;:;miit;Mitmnmfi iHti.tt'TI7?' i