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ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEfBER 10. 1013.
IS MUNICIPAL MATTERS THE ROCK MEETING. ADJOURNED REGULAR Nov. 25. 1913. City Council Chamber. Roe k Ijiaiid. 'TU.. Not. 25, 1913 -The city council 'nrt in adjotirneii rrjlar f-ees i-r at t orlerk p rn . Mar,r r tr: r atd all cotrmi.sioL.ers preser.t Cornisssioner Kudgreu. offered a rea olurion tha the $3"'' ;aid to tfce c ty treasurer at the tirr.e cf application for raloon licer..-.- ry earh if the fol 'owlr.z i(rii':n-. tt- ref .r..J-d. to-w-fl: Walker 6c Weathers; T G. Pete:-:,c. ; Wlll.am R;-. (iCoLiiO.-. Car-; ried: Ae!.--n-idire. Hrl. l:-n-i is j and Bear. Nay Scr.r.-r. i Adjourned on motion of 'c aiinii- ; :ei.er Jiuli-r'-.'i. .V. T. RUDGREN. City CierK.. J. R. J. K. H. T. J. F. A. I C. .T. ! J : In H. Ointy 6-3 Scbei'oa Jo.SOj Pent lo.f J Nockei 10 51, Ran so n . 12. m Man jel 11.55 B. Johnson ............... lc.OO , Schoel .................... 2.1'" ; Fulirr 10.50 Sf hlercmer McCorrcark Iiwr Carr l'tk McQuirk .. liiiain F. Gest : I.. D. Powell ' F. Dunoway Williwn Godfrey ... I G. Roberts ) J. Bruckmeyer .... i George Hush man .. P. Heverling ;;. Roberts, team .. !J. Mars .- ! W::iitm Eckermann ' C. Claussen ....... 10.5ft, 1 4.70 ; 14 70 ; 14.70 i 10. 50 j 10 50 10.50 ; 10.50 10.50 i 10.50 S 40 14 "O 10. Vt 4 20 10 SO 10.50 I Hull 2 00 SPECIAL MEETING NOV. 26- 1913. C:ry ' o,i.':l Charr.r.er. P.o k Iiatid. 111.. Nor. 2. r-n Th- ci'y council met in ;. ial M.n a' o'clock, p m,. Mayor hrnr ar.d ail commis sioners r-r--n. May.r S.-r.r.ver .:;ere.i a r' '..i:on that Jan.. r ".:.: ii.-r : t a It- Total rc.;e xi, i ;..! . t ; .-.:..-, at No -21 t Twer,t:e'h r --T ' :"' ' loch; i t,.-i i-r,..rt im Sf hrive. 1 Street .' i .... v.. . n ,.r-n .nil I Sewer ac ount 25.20 m n d : j ' 1 i - i. . . . .. i Hey nold. and Recapitulation. bridge account .$7570 Adjourneti ". Kor.er KvlfrT. l;,rjf ..n of Comm. Waterw-orks expense account.. Rl.10 W''f-rworks construction acc't 3S.75 1 Reservoir expense account .... M f-0 F:rn;F.EX. C:ty On REGULAR MEETING City ''j .ti ! ' 't.a:i.! 1,1 . I" i :. i ! : 1 t--ii!-r jn Te ..-r '- "'i' : t :n , Mrr S tr. r a:.l or r T-n r.t. Tii ir..r. ! hlJ No.-. .NOV I:.'- f: n I ." :r.s 1 "id N. api-ro d. Comtr.s'v.f'r.'T i h'! 'it ti,a' t .-v A ' . ti f t r'nt ' d.it" rr urn f S r f . t V f f f L'X k I r rtll -p-(J arid tr.ri t,f. t.id It, ! r-i .n ! 'on.n -!r,r R r.)!'i:.;i; tr.ht tf. r v fvtr 1 . ! i DEC. 1. 1913. . V. k Iriand. i !; v '-o'.iicil :: o i K i. oainj.- ,r .' iiiff held 1 r-;: ;i tr ni--t. i:.d I; f-pecal wi r r dd an 3 Total $3:6 35 j Comnv-Bloner Rudgren ocered a , resolution that the weekly payroll just ! rf-ad in amount of $926.35. te allowed. ! Carried y unanimous rote. Commissioner Bear offered a reaolu It.on that R. W. Sharp be allowed $IC" 'for services from Nov. 15 to Dec. I, 1013 Carried: Ayes Sebrlver. Hart and Rear. Nays Rudgren and Rey Cnmmi.-iner Riidgren submitted the following list of claims for salar :ep : H. M Schriver $208.31 ' I I I I . MM MM, Toaster. Use it on the breakfast table. Price $4.00 !...r;i. t urr;ed I " if- i t '!ii'r by un:ia- r;o'.'i f ffered a !,n 1 -ne l;-id f t ra r;M-ri ed Anh.tir Van room u.i Manr S that the i : 2 ir.h. 'ii ters Carr N--!. Carr nij :: .r. r d ,v i.naiii- t-siil it : . Ij Itudgren 166 15. Reynolds 1666 Ififi.fiS KM .-..V0 ) r..oo Si 1.4 .1 25 r,n 11 r.o 12 50 50 ." .-."0 4r. (' I I H Maior Schriver that th rr.ayor a the ja'e ( ' ic; pe: -li t.BIid at trie r uti'i ni mo'is uit" v Cr.mtuS'-ioner the - k:v pa vr No. 2?. V'V'. Km l I- r;i r. k. Al Si;:i 11 ...... II M.rt'-:i .Ifrt- lxth:nc-r .. I V. Mnr ... I: Kak:n'-t: Wiliia-li .. F. O'Curina' I" lKli- Ii.lm Nr'son . . . . Hi t' Nil !u Nels I''t r- ri . . I ennis ''II t. . . .1 Sni' :i. t-i4rii .. t :',:,itli. tt-ani .. I I TIm.i;. II Tho.. A. Hii::.-"r A. IHinna (i. S lia:i J. Meei '. liOB-u!hal . !'. Lope V IjKc 1 last V. O'ltrini .1 S" brandr R. (K'omior Ii Fri- .. 1. Whitton . Ii. Peter J. Mclmnalil. J Mi lioniild. Mandt-1 .f. Khler .... Klii'.r- team .1 Mi-Carl IV Zir-rn. ' Praini'r .1 Itrar.l.e J liraud'e. .1 I.le J Strol;!. A M MahCl A Foster It. Niee .. r,t.-r 'I f 11. r ! . -: ri' fn arni 1 J .n h ine- uriiin l;ii: ute ' iffer-d :t reoVif ion 1 w r' '.- f,,r l i'U fir ' M .-irid ph-'ne wire i C I arii c arried bv i I A . ri irri n ::! niitted A. v 1 t-k It :.ip'.i' tniitted 1 erili:ie ! ! .1 $ :4 7i'u II I. k I I rani t'.tni R I'itrren r.ff.red ti . 1, J ,'. H VT. llai- ! M. T. I) -.r Ali i fcf-rt:ed ili-j'iobr. 1:-. iitv ar.d a tire-I Arch-.e Hart t. i -lor.aa near ivt.tt .llae Trelchler Iarr.es y Witter rar I.. Johnson ......... lna I Stone Velma Hi kman 'frar I.htt ..... ' Mr I. IVimbauld iileorre Newberry ......... Milbw- Valentine Urahrn Hoist I.:ndberg Talix.t . Milier Mather Piifhau- Schmidt ll!oomjuist Si MilU ................ (l Kril !! rrr.ari .. c'(;u, K. Sihadt ................. A. Hill .lame P.rinn I. Krairu-r Herman Sehnert Tliomaa Cox .............. John Furlong ............. ,, ' Art Kinsley ,t'.Ine Frarikha'.iser ,, : Charb-.s li'.euer ,, .l.iliri .liil.nsi.il , .Uiiiii Kinnt-y ,,:. tennis McCarthy vDati'l Fitzgerald ,, j William Fit zbimmons ...... ,,'Charb-s '.iiuiane ........... K 1' Kell '' Kirrrh Fred : ruby ............... Wn!ter l.!oyd Uollin l!erry Mike Cll'.ns .Ifil.n Sullivan John Holphammer Mrs M. Sthroeder ......... I.'i: Funkensteln K, -,, J.; ;. Craig 1 1,. 1 ' A Fra't . , 1.1 1 John J'f-rs t 1 I,,-,-, W.Iliani '.odfrey Iron. The vives' daily A useful gift nominal price. Price S3.50 house-friend. at a Grill. Boils, broils, fries, toasts. Two operations at one time. Price S5.00 Heating Pad. The 1914 substitute for the hot-water bot tle. Price S6.50 in 1 V" 3 7..' 'tl Ct 27.50 1 gkj-ljt j ys appliances 11 21 1 V :l ! 11 ' 1 i" 33 7.. 3i.50 4 1 0.1 37.50 ?t. J5 3.V 4 ' f 37.".:, 37 VI 32.r 5ii 1 4i'J 41 5 4 1 , 37.50 ! 37.5u I 37.50 37...0 j 37.'.- i 37. o0 37 jO 37 5) 37.'. 1 37. .'.it 50 .".11 o t M r.j 50 Percolator. Pour in the water, put in the coffee, turn on the current, drink the coffee. Price S7.SO-S9 .Peoples Power Co, Chafing Dish. Safer and more servicable than any alcohol chafing dish made. Prices Different g&AppIwnceg s j C. Skinner : A. J. Simmers 1 j fi. Robok . j C. Cusbman I H. Carsten .". 4o. 40. .' 3.o 3-j 0 2? t an. . tea 'a , team team . 1 in r,i. I J H. Starp .... ; rm!V. Murphy ....... v 4 . H. H Harris 1 i.u.ilwirsf Ftzel ...... j mi : Thnn. as McLean . M i..i F'ed Khtnke ..... ! ; W. H Wise ...... I11r.1i H Morgan ........ lor," N Holtner ...... Iiir. i l S henehricker . l'.r-iK. Caulf.eld : 1 j .Toe Wheelan . 1 . . . 2 1" 1 c. Atkinson 37 37 37 37 37 3 7 32.oO 20. " 37.50 25 0 37.5" 62 "o 14 50.00 4 ) 04 13 50 3 ". 0o 35 v..) 35 0'' r.0.00 42.00 42 00 33 00 H3.00 33Cj $3,51'. ! Salary Recapitulation, account . . . .$ 1.0S7 4i MERRELL-SOULE None Such Put the.Eat" in Mince Me at "LIKE MOTHEn CSZDTO MAKE None Such Pie Has been a Household Word for 30 Years T YZ Merrell-Soule Company Syracuse. New York Makers of Food Prod.c stsc. IM City hall account ... ;,ii.uit Fire dept. account .. 71 5. ml Police account ..... ! 1 2 4s Health'acrount .... 139. 7o Bldg. & E!ct. Insp. account .. . ... 50. oft Electrician account. 40 00 Total, general fund. Waterworks acct ..$ 427. Reservoir Exp. acct 124 Total, W. Wks fund $2,9!M.r. 552.05 $3,546.70 Commissioner Rudtrren offered a resolution that the list of claims Just read in amount of $3,546.70 be al lowed. Carried by unanimous vote. Tb clerk read reports from trig city engineer relative to the following Improvements, to-wit: Paving on Twenty-fifth street from Ninth to Eighteenth avenue; paving on Seventh avenue from Eleventh to Twelfth street; watermains on Eleventh street from Second to Eleventh ave nue and on Ninth avenue from Eleventh to Twentieth street; water main on Fourteenth avenue from Seventh to Eighth street; watermam cn Seventh street from Second to Third avenge and Third avenue from Seventh to Fourth street; sewer and watermain In Third addition o Brooka' Grove; sewer and watermsia on Elgntb-and-a-half avenu. from Twenty-eighth to Twenty-ninth street; sewer and watermain in alley between Tenth and Eleventh streets and Eigh teenth and Twentieth avenues Commissioner Rudgren offered a resolution that the reports Just read be received and placed on file. Car ried by unanimous rote. Mayor Schriver read an ordinance relating to the superintendent of 1 waterworks. Mayor Sihriver offered a resolution that the ordinance relaticr to the sup erintendent of waterworks be consid ered as amended. Carried by unani mous vote. Commissioner Hart offered a resolu tion that the ordinance providing lor a an rorr-.atlon of $2,5u0 for tn health department be adopled. Car rieii by unanimous vote. Commissioner Hart offered reports from the month of November from tut; chief of police, police magistrate, po lice matron, plumbing inspector, build ing inspector and engineer of tbj waterworks, which on his motimi wt-re received and placed 011 file. Commissioner Hart read a petition from ihe electrical workers which -in his motion was received and laid o 'er for one week. Commissioner Reynold offered a resolution that Commissioner Ko nlds be authorized to sell the old piaiiK from the Rock river bridges. Carr'ei by unanimous vote. Commissioner Hear offered a reso lution that John (iafley be allowed rebate in water rent. Carried by unanimous vote. Adjourned on motion of Commis sioner Reynolds. M T. RUDGREN. City Clerk. lowed $6,060.00 in payment of the work under bridge contract and that the mayor and the city clerk issue a voucher in payment of same, said voucher to be due July 1. 1014, and bear 5 per cent interest from Jan. 2, REGULAR MEETING. DEC, 8, 1913. City council chamber. Rock Island, 111., Dec. 8. 1913. T4ie city council met in regular session at 3 o'clock p. m.. Mayor Schriver and all commissioner present. The minutes cf the regular meeting held Dec. 1, 1913. were road and Ap proved. Mayor Schriver read a petition from propertyow ners asking that Eigh teenth avenue from Ninth street to the river be opened. Mayor Schriver offered a resolution that the petition relative to the open ing of Eighteenth avenue from Ninth street to the river be received and placed on file. Carried by unanimous vote. Mayor Schriver presented the plans of AuguMana college for a re-inforced wall on Thirty-eighth street. Mayor Schriver offered a resoUition that the plans of Augustan, college for a re-inforced wall on Thirty-eighth street be approved. Carried by unan imous vote. i Mayor Schriver read a communka ticn from S. S. Hull, insjector on Rock river bridges, in which he certifies that the work on said bridges was done strictly according to plans and specifications. Mayor Schriver offered a resolution that the tonstruction of the concrete floors on certain bridges crossing Rock river, be accepted. Carried by unani mous vote. Commissioner Rudgren offered resolution that Collies Eros. Le 1914. Carried by unanimous vote. Commissioner Rudgren offered a resolution that the Tri-city Railway company be requested to discontinue, the near side stop and stop 011 the far side us formerly. Carried by unani mous vote. Commissioner Rudgren submitted the weekly payroll for week ending Dec. 1913. as follows: John McDouald (team last week . . . I., tiaylord C. Smith . I.. Caylord t;. Smith . . J. McCarl (team). . $4.20 21.00 21.00 X.40 4.20 4.20 Uge 12.60 Wm. Wm. Raneon. Krkermaun Claussen ... Heverling .. D. Powell .. Dunoway ... Vtke Oest Scblemmer . McQuirk . 12.60 1 65 12.60 14.70 12.60 12.60 12.60 12.60 12 60 1 2.60 Godfrey 12.6o Hctter 12 60 McCormiCK 12.60 Ira Carr ... G. Roberts team G. Roberts A. Dunoway O. P. Morris .1. Druckmeyer G. Huahmau . . . .' Emil Frank. Al Sugden H. Mortell Joe l-othringer F. O Connal Wm. Glass A. J. Simmers, overtime. D. Doyle John Nelson Bert Nichols Nels Peterson Dennis Collins Recapitulation. Street and bridge account Sewer account Waterworks construction acct Waterworks expense acct Reservoir expense account... 12.60 4.20 3.15 4.20 2.10 1O.50 8 10 14 70 12 60 f 4 5 16.22 6 ho 6 30 1 67 12 60 16.X0 16.S0 12 60 12.6'J $126.83 .$249 90 . 37.S0 . 36.75 . 43 64 . 5S 80 .ri Commissioner resolution that $426 .? Rudgren offered a the weekly pay roll just read in amount of $426.89. be al lowed. Carried by unanimous vote. Commissioner Rudgren offered a resolulion that the following claims be allowed, to wit: A. J. Kndter $1.7oi.i; P. F. Trenkens( huh. $6,0(io; Weyerhaeuser & Denkmann, $i00; Su perior Chemical company. $: ",2. 44; C R.I. Ai P. Ry. Co. $21.52; John McDon ald. $16.4S; P. J. Heverling. $1050 Carried by unanimous vote. Mayor Schriver read a, report from ihe board of local improvements rec ommending adoption of an ordin nice providing for the construction of 0-in h watermain and an 8-inch sewer on For tieth street froni Eighth avenue south to a point eight feet north of the In dian boundary line, together with the city engineer's estimate of the cost of same in amount of $7Ss.2o. Mayor Schriver read an ordinance entitled "An ordinance providing for the construction of a 6-inch water main and an K-inch sewer on Fortieth! street from tho main 011 l-lgntn ave nue south to a ioint eight feet north of the Indian boundary line." Mayor Schriver offered a resolution that the ordinance just rend providing for the construction of a watermain and sewer on Fortieth street be con sidered. Carried by unanimous vote. Mayor Schriver offered a resolution that the city. attorney be instructed to collect, certain amounts as ppr bills of Channon & Dufva and Frank Yerbury from propertyholders on recently im proved streets where water and sewer connections .were made. Carried b unanimous vote. Mayor Schriver read a communica tion from the Woman's cI-im inviting the council to be present at their next regular-meeting to be held Dec. 12. Mayor Schriver ottered a rcscjluticn that the communication of the Wom an's club be received and placed on file. t Carried by unanimous vot. Mayor Schnver offered a resolution that the ordinance relating to the sup erintendent of walemorKs be- adopted. ! Carried. Ayes Schriver. Hart and Bear. Nays Rudgren arid Reynolds Mayor Schriver presented the ap plication of Clans Dan to operate a sa loon at 25l Second avenue, which application was accompanied by bond on the usual form with the; National Surety company as surety. Mayor Sc-hrlver offered a resolution that the application of Claus Duu to operate a saloon at 2310 Second ave nue be refused. Carried by unanimous vote. Mayor Schriver offered a resolution that the contract for layi.ig a sewer across Fifth avenue on Forty-fifth street and east to Forty-sixth street be awarded to P. F. Ti enkcnschuli. Carried by unanimous vote. Commissioner Rudgren read an or dinance entitled "An ordinance amending an ordinance relating to pa loons." Commissioner Rudgren offered a resolulion that th ordinance entitled "An ordinanc e amending mi crctman c; relating to saloons," be considered Carried by unanimous vote. Commissioner Rear often d a resolu tion that R. W. Sharp be appointed superintendent of vvat.-rwoi ks. Car-rie-d: Ayes Schriver. Hart fbar Nays Rudgren and Reynolds. Adjourned on motion of Cotinn:x- sioner Mart. M. T. RI'DGRTN, Cit Cleik Here's a Cure For Sciatica Painful Form of Rheumatism Quickly Overcome. Tho nhsrp dorting pir Mist chr" trlze firiail.- rh-iimfi 1 ini .! 1I ir-i"l in hi- blood Ami i.y limn? !v H. K. Jo'i not COIr KM rHii-f l.ut a i-ir-. H S. K K th fx-' iilmr an.nn t Jnp Hirouffb lb lnet irif-n clii-.i.v info the Moorl In flVK niir.nt-! Hji Intlu.-n.-e l t work In erry riry. v-in. anil Mr-v iar.il lary. Kve-ry minibrtiH e-vry orv; i of 1 h ho-fr. cvrj emiini-torjr l,i-,'iiirin m ,-fl a flli.r atrain th blood t,t lnjririila. Tl Mtni'ulatinff propcrtl.- 1,! S, jc. 1 ou. pe l the; kln. livrr. Low i. kl !n t ati-l Lladdr to ail work to the one end ..' catrlnir cut ercrr Irritating. ,-ver pain Infllrtloe atom of poison ; it iidCf b Irrigation all a'rumiitatli,nn In Hie joint, render thein nr-uirai and 'ait-ia thoe peculiar formation In M:e urrve c'-n'ei That iidiu anr-h mi-nil?) in;; arid of'eu bart'ir.K rh-iimtlr pnln. ' And. lMt of all. tin rc-tnarkil,!' rrn'-dr la re!ronie to the wi-ftk'' t-tofiiju-ti. It you hate druirsrd .vonrH.!f unfit your tornach in lii-irtly pnralTvit. von mill be aH' nlfhe-d to- lind t:- S S. eiv no eerjfitiori b-it o-k r',t I, wot. T'tt'-A I. be.-aii.e It la i '..in- vifftal... iflf iioli. la taken uaturallT into ro,;r l,l,..d J.ikt f.ure air U lontiied naturally Into jour licet. You ran get S H f t iiit druz atore. . B. M. U k atanclard r-m.tv. teronlel eTerxtrhere a the Ktet-M l,I.M,d antid-.te ever die. oTr-d. If ours l ,' Hilar ae and 00 d'-iif' i-v i i lii,"orniaT,,n, write 10 The S!4 Mtif" ' ?3 t-X. liidr . Atlanta, .. Adertisemen(.