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EViiijNlxSG LJhiDHJifi PHiJbAJJiiiLPHIA, VV JJJiN KKaJAY, JJEOEMBliUi 23, 1914,
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I - 1 1 ' .- , .i I - W . , .. m , ... ... U )
ui onnwANcn to Aimiontzn tub im-
proving of certain country roads.
! Section 1 The Select and Common Councils
ifthe Hty of Philadelphia do ordain. That
ha Director of tha Department of Publla
iVerke be tuthorltea and directed to enter Into
mntract for tha Improving of tha following
ountry road, viz. Ulslng Bun avenue, from
)llgh to Bbelmlre street; Latvndnlo avenue
nd H street, irnm i-ouman in rsneiraire street;
farther! street, from Devereaux to McIClnlev
treet; MoKlnley street, from Mnrsden to Pit
nan street; Crefeld street, from Chestnut Hilt
tvenue to Hampton street; Hampton street,
rom Crefeld street to Oermantown avenue,
rhe cost of said, work to be taken from Item
10 (loan) of he appropriation to the De
mrtmeht of Pubtle Works, Bureau of Hlgh--cays.
Provided, That no part of ,the,.money
n said Item shall bs Used crtherwlse than to
mprova the streets and roads heroin named
ftitlAlttf tinin trm nreeent lines find the
present physical grades, eicept for sufficient
graaing to secure an even suriacei iroviaea
also, That ths property owner shall not be
released from carina; for paving; tha above
streets ana runas wnen iama mnr dd iiirccieu
to be paved by an ordinance of Councils.
Approvea me loin aay ok iceraoer a. -is.
Mayor of Philadelphia.
AN OnDINANCB TO APPnOPlUATO A. LOT
t or ground in tne Twenty-second ward lor
f an addition, to Falrmount Park.
I Section 1. The Select and Common Counellt
of the City of Phllsdelphla do ordain: That
the lot of ground In the Twenty-second Ward
described as follows, vl.i liegtnnlng at tho
intersection of the southeast line of llltten
house street, fifty (SO) feet wide, with the
northeast lino of wlesahlckon avenue, fifty
tEOl feet wldflt thence ftrtnnrilnir nnrthMattrard
-.-,,. -, .---. : v-ir:?. - . --- . "" ;
long ine anutnenst side ox ltittennouse street
ilnelr-four (94 feat nine and one.auarter (9Vi)
nehes to rt nolnti thence by a curve to the
ignt aiong me aro or a circle or one nun
red ana twenty-eight uzs) rent radius, wnose
entrn Is at the Intersection of the middle line
f Xlltlsnhouse afreet and V?lahtflron avenue
iventy-flve (Tit) feet one-elehth (M of an Inch
lo a point In tho line of property now or late
Kt John B. McCnfrertyi thence along raid line
South rorty.two (42) degrees fourteen (14) min
gles thirty-five (83) seconds west forty-six (40)
eat one-quarter Hi) ot an men to a point
i mo nonncasi line or wissaniGKon avenue;
nd thence northwestward alonsr the snmo
llghtv-three (S3) feet eight and a quarter (SU)
Riinnes iu twa soumeasc lino oi itiitennouso
Street, the p'aca ot beglnslnir, la hereby up-
Dppnaica lor puoiiQ per purposes a an aa-
Billon to Falrmount Park.
I Anoroved the Dth dar of naoembar. X. D.
. - -.
1 ... . ItUDOIsPIT BlAANIffiNBUItO,
' No, 704. Mayor of Philadelphia,
onntMAvnn Tn rwPA.11r.Tsm ftriMnq
for Wasrona and harrow on Marshall street.
from the south houso lino of Parrisn street to
the north house line of Urown street.
Section 1. Thn Rti-r nnl Onmrann rViinna
let the City of Phlladelohla do ordalni That
stands for wagon and barrows be and a-e
thereby established on ono etde of Mr-rrll
tetroet, from the south houso lino ot Pnrrtsh
rttreet to tho north house line of Brown street.
v-ua iiKHQB id uo unner ne euDervision or tne
TlanArt m ftn t nf PllhtlM Rafatv tfTlrali nf tin-
fice), Provided. That the portion ot ths streets
yneuv o vu cieanru ni least once in evr ry
iwenty-four hours, at the expense of the own-
Mrs of the ttirnni nr ritirrotrm. ntirl ti-nvlflAl
iifurther. That such wagona or barrows shall be
'placed as to allow pedestrians to cross the
iroei ar ueiignatea pointn in tne section to
iwhlch this ordinance onpllos. and that such
wagons or narrow; snail. in no way unneoes
rvirlly 1noede trsfflo on the streets mentioned.
All ordinances or parts of ordinances Inconsist
ent herewith be. and the aame are hereby
Approved this nth day of December, A. D.
.. IttTDOLPIJ BI-ANKRmiUnp.
No. TT. Mayor of Philadelphia.
AN OnDINANCE TO CIIANOn: TUB LOCA,
tlon of electric llxhta In varlnus wnrrli.
Section 1. Tho Select and Common Councils
of the City of Phlladelohla do ordalni That
the Department of Publlo Safety (Eloctrlcai
Bureau) be and Is hembv smthnrluwl nn,i dl-
reeled to change the location of tho following
-eleotrlo llshti: From Moravian street, east of
sixteenth, street, to Moravian street, roar Mil
Walnut street! from In front of RIO North
Bixty-third stroet to 8.18 North Slxty-thlrd
J treat t from Chestnut Street Pier, Delaware
liver, to Arch Stroet Pier, Delaware Illver:
irom Chestnut Stroet Pier. Delaware Itlver. to
tunlcTpal Pier. No. 10 North 7vine Street
'ler), Delaware Illver: Irom Island road be
tween Tonth and Eleventh streets, to Front
and Wolf streets! from Island road and Tenth
street to Water and Jackson streets! (rom
Island road and Thirty-ninth avenue to Water
treat and Snyder avenuo: (torn Juniper street.
p'.wen Snyder avenue and Jackson street, to
KUhth street and Oregon avenue; from Mo
Kean and Swanson atroets to McICean and
Water stroet.; from 1201 North Taylor street
to In front of 417 Columbia avenue: from west
aide of Sixteenth street, oonoslte De Lancey
street, to southeast corner Sixteenth and De
Ijtncey streeta: Irom Alice's court (rear 1C03
Bansom streot) to Ionic (Drury) street, between
Thirteenth and Juniper streets: from ch rry
atrtet. between Twentloth and Twonty-flrst
streeta. to centra of Broad street, south side of
Susquehanna avenue: from southeast corner
Broad street and Susouohanna avenue to centre
of Broad street, south side of Susquehanna
.venue, making twin lights to rest on Island.
Approved this Oth day of December. A, D.
101 IIUDOLPH BUANKENBUTtO.
No. 768. Mayor ot Philadelphia.
AN OBDINANCB TO TRANSFER THI3 CUS-
toay ana couirui ui u pvn.Ku oi atonton
l'ark, located in ine fvrty-
ih. nnjiM nf Ilocreatlon.
y-soond Ward,, to
Section 1. Tho Select and Common Councils
of the city ot rnnaoeipnia no oroatn: That
the custody and control of o. portion of Stenton
Park, located In 'the Forty-eecond Ward, be and
tne sama is noreoy iransier
he sama Is hereby transferred to the Board of
tecreatlon for playground purpoi
creation lor piaygrouna purposes, to witt
at nortlon of Stenton Park located in the
Forty-second Ward, bounded and described aa
follows: Beginning at the point of Intersec
tion of tha south line of Wyoming avenue with
the west line of Sixteenth street and extending
thence southward alone the said west line of
Sixteenth street, three hundred and ninety-five
(805) feet to a point; thence westward along a
line parallel with Wyoming avenue two hun
dred and elxty-three (283) feet to a point;
thence northward along a line parallel with
?lixteentn street three hundred and ninety-rive
803) feet to a point, thence eastward along
he south side of Wyoming avenue two hun
dred and sixty-three (2C3) feet and the place
Section 2. All ordinance or parts of ordi
nances Inconsistent htrewlth be and' the came
aru hereby repealed.
Approved the 10th day of Deoeraber, A, D.
101 RUDOLPH BLANKENBUTtrj,
No. 700. Mayor of Philadelphia.
ORDINANCE TO AMEND AN OKDI.
dlnance anoroved the 11th day of June, inu
entitled "An Ordinance directing the Direc
tor of tne Liepartmeni or i-udiio Safety to
have all awnings and awning nolea and At
turea connected therewith, on sidewalks on
South street, between tha Delaware and
Schuylkill Ttlvere. removed.
Section 1, Ths Select and Common Cnni,n
of the Cltv of Philadelphia da nnlMfn, rr-k...
the Ordinance approved the 11th day of June
11814, entitled "An Ordinance directing the Dli
rector of the Department of Publlo Safety to
I have all awning poles and fixtures connected
'therewith, on sidewalks an South street, be-
lww, rl1""; .." uu ownuyiKju Hirers, r.
Jnove1,V b and the m ! hereby amendad
MJ of movable Rwntat attached to the fronts
of buildings which can be raised or lowered!
which shall not extend more than seven feel
beyond the building; line, and the lower edge
Of' which shall not be leas than eight fie"
Md instil lfeadv ereiud, " B""
Approved thU Uth day of December, A. D.
I , No. Ml. Mayor of Philadelphia.
lAM OKiJirtAnua to AUTnORIZn CEIU
tain tranalsra in the annual appropriation
for the year 1014 to the DenarlmSM. Xt ii;.K.
Yfl S?iy ftJwiSjrlu,an's Charities. Pub.
Ilo Works. Cltv Transit. Board of JteoreafionT
iUror and CUy Commissioners. """.
rimjnt of Publla
nm Itsem 3 sale.
far tha year 1014. viz. i
iftttiY, Bureau or I'ollcei
cjl Mteen thousand fou
our hiinnrd4 MX JAm Jnt.
-rPrtraeji o lu.llo Works (Uureau of
4lf JtStXhJrnpJt TJ). -eWee tea
zn i.7ca'"-5vrr-.1l-,' -"
udWu iimjAi wpim. uvreau o I
Hvrt"W ftSx05".1011". .Department of Ctty
-,, ueiifliu 4, fo.ia.nas, twenty inou
iollare. Mayori from Itemt14, erection of
' dclll T th 'f t,rr,'-two thousand (32,000)
feAaTMENT cV PUBIJO BBAITH AND
XUnj 3 ft). Postage, five bundrei del-
eXtem tf "Ay WoiiesWelneV one " tun iiii
UUHJOW OF CHAJltTIES,
(a). TraveUn axvenaes, etc.. one
a aoiiara nm
7) AnM-lsl anil R,l.Ml.nH. T
41nexpense of removing ia
t to ilelmesborr. flvo hundred doi-
Ufta if "Q&V 'for Kiel,' tWo bundrei' doi-
Km t (g). Toward the relief of the un-
I. aitySHianT ooilita .WT7.. 160. 000
i eald ajojiuat ta hm ainAojf rj aiiAhM.
M 5? tW&& ol7&&Tilm a4
1m througb the Bmergaary At
id 1 paia fry the CIt7 Treiaur,
drawn by tbe DirsoW eal
uul qouattfslraad by tn CUy i
, -rnat aay pa lance n
c4fld lttso thaft not
ed. toe ito di'y"ii'bek'eV.'
DIKa.NOB TO AUTKORIZ 9tn HJC
m ffi ceixaui IMS pew go hm UO
aeet ot M.-Pbemoo Souire.
j-a aegtsi iu uomanoa ixmacii
Philadelphia 4q oidals' That toe
u oearuuest i ruin- w
3ty Pru.rty) la aerebv auiaortaed
i sum ic are isouaaau (BUUU) Col-
it& uie&i or igontreuiJ suuare
I be cLaxJftMl afal&al Itsaa 8a Im.
e&ot r jiu 4Jarea it la Tle annual
ii, ts ibe Ixuuuusl ut Public
KtaKau tt Olty rotrty, for tie yu
1 !, '.oil sUy v.' UtimmJitf A. D.
l"."cpda cKWUBlUed to M '
si Suhool. ata. twantyJlva thoS.
AN OnDINANca nECOONIZINO, AND AT;
f roving the compromise and adjustment of
ha claim of John T. Wlndrlm for one hun
dred and forty-one thousand four hundred
and eighty (141,480) dollars for work done by
him aa architect In the matter or the pro
posed Convention Hall and Auditorium .in
Kast Falrmount Park, and directing the payj
ment of eighty-two thousand I82,oo0) dollar
in. full Mttlement of said claim, . ,
Whereas, By an ordinance of Counellaidated
March 81, llTll (page 100), the sum of Btty
thouaand (W,000) dollars wae appropriated "for
the preparation ot.plans and epecincattons and
ths beginning of tho work of construction of
Convention Halt, In Seat Fairmount Tark,
north of Ulrard avenue"! and.
Whereas,. By an ordinance of. Councils dated,
June in, lull (page 22J), the Mayor waa
authorised to enter Into a contract for tho con
etructlon of a Convention Hall In East Falr
mount rark, north, of dlrard avenue, and au
thorlzlng the appointment of an architect to
prepare plans and speclllcatlons.nnd auperln
tending the construction thereof "who shall be
paid the usual rats ot commlsalon for work of
n similar oharxct er" : and, .......
Whereas, The then Mayor duly appointed the
aid John T. Wlndrlm aa auch architect, and
directed him to prepare at once the necessary
plana and specifications for tho construction of
ssld Convention Hall, and en August ft 101'j
in the nut of the city and by virtue of aa d
est mentioned ordinance authorised the eald
ohn T. Wlndrlm by letter to prepare said plans
and epecltlcatlons, at the cost of six per oentum
of the total cost ot the erection ot said Con.
vertlon Hall, when fully completed, ready for
oecupanoy and aocepted by, the city, said
amount to be paid at the tlmea and in the
manner and Installment aa set forth in Sec
tion of the Schedule of Charges, etc., ap.
proved by the American Institute. ot Architects
at the convention at Washington, December
And Whereas, Said Schedule of Charges pro.
vlded that six per centum la the minimum
oharge baaed upon tha total cost of tha work,
complote, payable one-flth thereof upon com.
pletlon of the preliminary studies! two-nftha
additional upon completion of the apecluoattone
and general, working plans (exclusive of de
tain), and the remainder from time to lime In
proportion to the amount of service rendered
and "In case of the abandonment or suspension
of the work, the bssla of settlement la to be,
for preliminary studies, specification and gen.
oral working drawings (exclusive of details)
tbife-iuths of the fee for complete i services!
And Whereas. The said John T. Wlndrlm did
prepare the preliminary studies, specifications
and general working drawings, and bids for the
work were duly advertised for and received
and a contract therefor entered Into by the
City with the Charles McCaul Company, they
being the lowest ond best bidders, for the
price or sum of four million four hundred and
Thirty thousand (4,430,000) dollara: ......
And Whereas, Tho eroctlon of said buliaings
was enjoined by the Court of Common Plena
No. 8, of this county, aa of September Term,
1011. ho, 8377, at tho suit of certain taxpayer
arter said John T. Wlndrlm had tally earn
Pletod the preliminary studies, specifications
and general .working drawings, thoreby com
pelling tho abandonment of iho work of con
struction, and whereby had tho contract been
made with rrlvate parties, there would have
been collective by said John T. Wlndrlm three
nfths of six per centum of aatd sum of four
million four hundred nnd thirty thousand
(4,430,000) dollars, or one hundred and ntty
nlne thousand four hundred and eighty (ISO,
480) dollara less any payments roads on ac
count thereof i .,
And Where. The said John T. Wlndrlm has
received the aura ot eighteen thousand (1B,000)
dollars, paid to him under the provisions of
said ordinance ot March .11. 1011, and nothing
else from any source whatsoever, though ho
has expended large sums of money In addi
tion thereto, as well as devoted his time and
skill In the performance of said contract.
And Whereas, It Is but Just and, equitable
that tho aald John T. Wlndrlm should bo polo
tor hta said work and expenditure, and an
arbitration has been made ot the whole matter
and adjustment haa thereby, beon agreed upon
on behalf of the City ot Philadelphia and. the
said John T. Wlndrlm, whereby the whole of
aald olalm of one hundred and forty-one thou
sand four hundred and eighty (141,480) dollar
shafl be settled In. full by payment . to the
said John T. Wlndrlm of the sum of eighty
two thousand (82,000) dollars.
Section 1, The select ond Common Councils
of the City ot Philadelphia do ordalni Tnnt the
Mayor Is hereby authorised and directed to
Issue, the City Controller to countersign and
the City Treasurer to pay. a warrant or war
rants in favor of aald John T. Wlndrlm for
eighty-two thousand (82.000) dollars In full
payment, settlement and discharge of hi
olalms for his expenditures and services a
nrchltoct in tho matter of tho construction of
tho Convention Hall aald payment to be, made
(rom Item 110 (loan). Id the appropriation to
Approved the Uth day of Decorator, A, D.
' RUDOLPH BLANKENBintO.
No. 807. Mayor of Philadelphia.
AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THH
erection of a fire and police station at Hunt
ing Park avenue and Schuyler street. In ths
Section 1. The Select ond Common Councils
of the City ot Philadelphia do ordain: That
the Director of the Department ot Publlo
Safety Is hereby authorized and directed to
enter Into a contract for tho erection of a fire
and police station on ground owned by the
City, at Hunting Park avenue nnd Schuyler
streot, in tho Thirty-eighth Ward. The cost
ot sums not to exceed tne sum of ono hundred
and twenty thousand (120,000) dollars. Said
amount to be charged against Item L10 (loan)
In the annual appropriation to the Department
of Public Safety, Bureau of Fire, for the year
11U4, for the. erection of pollco and Are sta-
Approved the 12th, day of Docember. A, D,
101 RUDOLPH BLANKENBUna,
No. 803. Mayor of Philadelphia.
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING HID DIREC
tor of tho Department of Publlo Works to
draw, and ths City Controller to countersign, a
warrant (or emergency work performed In the
reconstruction ot tha Wlngohocklng sewer on
Courtland street, at Its Intersection with Ca
nute street, and directing the presentation of
this resolution to the Mayor for his approval
Resolved. By the Select and Common Coun
cils of the City of Philadelphia That the Di
rector of the Department of Publlo Works be,
nnd he Is hereby authorized to draw, and tho
City Controller to countersign, a warrant In
favor ot Robert lllgglns In tho sum ot nine
teen thousand seven hundred and slxty?ttx
(10.780) dollars and four (4) cents for the cost
fit reconstructing a portion of the Wlngohock
ng creek main sewer, 14 feet In diameter, on
tha line ot Courtland street, at ths Intersec
tion of Camao street, and tor work, maohlnery
and materials appurtenant thereto, made nec
essary aa emergency work for the protection
of adjacent Buildings after collapses ot the
sewer during extraordinary heavy storms on
July 2d and 15th, sold amount to be charge
able to Item 14 ib), for the reconetructtonof
main sewers. In the appropriation to the De
partment of Public Works, Bureau of Sur-
VResolved. That tha Clerks of Councils bs di
rected to present this resolution to the Mayor
for nls approval or disapproval.
Approved the ISth day of December, A. D.
1 " RUDOLPH BLANICmBUTtO,
No. 800. Mayor of Philadelphia,
AN ORDINANCB TO AUTHORIZE A CBR
tain transfer In the annual appropriation to
the Department of City Transit, for the year
1014, for payment of IPord. Bacon as Davis.
Section 1. The Select and Common Councils
of the City of Philadelphia do ordalni That the
City Controller be authorized to make the fol
lowing transfer In the annual appropriation to
the Department of City Transit for tha year
1014: From Item 1, salaries, thirty thousand
(30 000) dollars, to Item B. for payment of
services of Ford, Bacon & Davis, from July 1
to December 21, 1014,
Approved tile 11th day of Deoember. A, D.
151 RUDOLPH BLANICBNBURO.
No. 827. Mayor of Philadelphia.
AN ORDINANCE TO STRIKfc lnOM THH
records of the Department of Publlo Works
alt claims for water pipe laid In Front street.
in front of lot In bed of Wellen avenue.
Section 1. The Select and Common Councils
of ths City ot Philadelphia do ordalni That the
Department ot Publlo Works be authorized and
directed to strike from the reoorda of said De
partment all claims for laying 'water pise la
Front street, two hundred and twenty-nve feet
south of Fisher avenu In front of let fifty feet
front and one hundred and three feet eight and
one-quarter inches In depth In the bed ot Wei
Approved this 21st day of December, X D.
1 RUDOLPH BLANKENBURO.
No. 829 Mayor ot Philadelphia.
AN ORDINANCB TO MAEB AN APPRO-
prlatlon to the Clerk of Council for th
Section 1. The Select and Common Council
Of tha City of Fhlladelphla do ordain; That the
sum of pne hundred and seven thousand five
hundred and saventy-nlne (107.670), dolltrs be,
and tha sama la hireby appropriated to th
Qlerk of Council for ths year 11)18. a follows I
Item 1. Personal serytceii
SbUf cleric, foor thousand dollars...... 11.000
sslstant clerk and Index clerk, two
thousand, seven hundred and fifty dol
Sergeant-at-arms, threa thousand dollar 8.0C0
Stenographer and traiewrlter, oa thou-
s4Ao five hUBqreo. (Ipilara. , , , 1,600
AsiUtact stsaoiraSkef and typewriter,
one thousand two. tMjijdr4 doUar .... 1,100
Clsrtt to Committee on taw, Ctty Prop
erty and JHB lUltasad. oo thou. . ,
saad four hundred dllar 1.400
Doorkeeper, three Tiunil red dollars..,.., est)
Meaar. one thousand two hundred
Jaanor, nine hundred dollar. ) ','!!.' ! SW
Offio boy. four bandied and eighty dol-
CleaDera's'at 6h9 eosK o itwusud
anielghty dollars !.
Page, oae hundred dollars........ u,... 100
(b) For compiling the Manual and Wary
for the umubera ol Cuimslls, four but)-
dred dollara 400
tajtiuand wvan hundred ad, fifty del-
SJt-ttt-Ari. tliiee ' "tisyiutiV W- ",
WMtbagmabu ' iuiA ' tyuwrtti ' iiV'ttiu-
and flvo iiundrsd dollar.. . .... ... La)
sHanoaranttr and lyMtezjltfr. rtaue
Commltt, an iftrnwiMl two luuUred
dollar. "T. J.J69.
Typewriter ud attant t CoumJttee
clerk oa thousand two busdred dol
lar ...... ., . l.90
AssUtoat tenographer aad tyMwrtur.
eisw bimdtod dullar Ss
Tr&njrttiULg clerk, cue lhowssi1 tu
nunUrwl doAH. . 1 SM
trtu.kt.r three humhed dutlara . SW
liXaaus. an tkouail two adsdiod
sv?i . . ...... . i.io
Asilitant Jfinltoi', seven hundred and
twcntv dollar.,.,, i-.-fj.
Office boys, S at 4180 aaoh, nine hundred ...
and sixty dollar. t 860
Cleaner. ,2 at M0 each, on thousand . ...
and eHhtr.dollftrs. LOSO
Pages, 2 nt 1100 each, two hundred dol
Jars , 209
(dl For preparing schedules of appropri
ation and other matters for tha use
of the Committee on Jtlnance. four
huhdrod dollars. .w .. . 00
(a) For clerical assistance to the Com'
mlttee on Klnanre. and preparlng.llst
of bill introduced In CounoU. tour ,
hundred dollara 400
Total, forty-eight thousand seven hon-
. dred nnd twenty dollar. .... ........ W8.TS0
Item 3, Service, other than personal I
(a) Printing Journal and other docu
ments for Council, eighteen thomand... .,
dollars ....i........ .................. 18.00O
Provided., That the old for th printing of
the Journal and Appendtz of Common Council
and the approved Ordinances and other printed
matter required by Common Council. shall be
advertised for and tha oontraot awarded sepa
rately from that for the Journal and Appendix
and other printing required by Select Council,
and that no bid ahftli bo entertained, nor shall
any contract be awarded for the Select Council
printing to partjes who have obtained the con
tract for that of Common Council.
Provided further. That work for printing
shall only bo awarded to contractors who pay
th recognized rate of wage adopted by the
(b) Binding Journal and other docu
ment for Councils, two thousand dol-
. lata .....i.. ..........(,... ...... 8,000
(0) Carriage and automobllo hire, three . .
thousaml dollars ,..,,,.. 8,000
Provided, .That Instead ot advertising, the
Chief Clerk snail Invite written proposals from
not less than three responsible parties, having
at least ten first-class narrlagea or live auto
mobile of. their own. and shall award th con
traot to the lowest bidder, In aqcordanoe with
existing ordinances, subject to the approval ot
the committee on Finance.
"Provided further, That the City Controller
shall countersign no warrants, drawn on thl
(tem until furnished with the bill, approved by
the Chairman and two members of the Com
mittee tor whose use the vehicles were pro-
td)MeaI at nltht and all-day sessions, ...
rto.t two thousand Qva hundred dollars 2.WO
ProvlaN, That no warrants shall bs drawn
on this item unless the bus ar first approved
by the Committee on Finance.
(s) Communication aervioe, one thousand.
dollars v.""l 1'000
(t) Krigrosalng resolution, deceased, and
retiring member, five hundred dollars. COO
(1) For printing and binding a Manual
of Council or tho use ot member,
two thousand dollars.... n,.... ........ 3,000
(h) For advertising and publishing loans
and notlcos, three thousand flvo hun
dred dollars g.000
Total, thirty-two thousand five hundred
dollars ........ i $42,600
Item a. Supplies: ,
(a) Stationery and educational supplls.
six thousand dollar 0.000
(b) Cleaning room .and. toilet .supplies,
one thoueand two hundred dollars .... 1.Z0O
o) Spcolal and miscellaneous supplies,
ono thousand dollars 3,000
(d) For paper for Ordinances and Jour-
no!, on thousand dollar , 1,000
Tola!.' nine thousand two hundred
Maintenance. . . ......
Item 4. Repairs to furniture, furnishings
and equlpmont. lx hundred dollar .. 000
Item 8 (a) Celebrating Fourth of July,
Independence Day (to be expended un
der tho euoervl!on of the Committee on
Fourth of July. lx thousand dollars 0,000
(b) For ths propr observance of Me
morial Day (to bo expended under the
supervision of the Soldlsrs' Monument
Committee), seven thousand five hun
dred and fifty-nine dollar - T.BW
Total, thirteen thousand five hundred
and tuty-nlne dollars 4f."'.".V
Item 0. ncellanequa eipendlture
Aooount of Select and Common Council.
three thoueaud dollara ..t",'.2.i
Provided, That all employo of this Depart
ment, now or hereafter employed, shall be cltl
7ens of the United States and bona fids reel
dents of thl City at least one rear prior to
their employment and shall remain bona , fide
rosldenta during their employment. Provided
further. That the President of Select and
Common Council nre hereby authorized to ap
point the stenographer and typewriter, door
keepers and pages. Provided further. That the
Chief Clerks of Councils shall advertise not
more than three times In three dally news
papers of the City for printing the Journal
and other document, binding and tatlonetT,
required for the ue of Council, and award
the contract for the same to ths lowet respon
alble bidder, subject to the approval of the
Committee on Printing and Supplies. Provided
further, That not more than one thousand
(1000) Journal and Apprentice of oacn
branch of Council for each halt year hall be
printed, and not more than four hundred (400)
copies of each half year shall be bound, and not
more than eeventeen hundred (1700) book
of ordlnaces for each year shall be Printed
and not more than twelve hundred (1.200)
copies shall be bound. Provided further. That
the Chief Clerks of Councils shall be allowed,
when It Is In their Judgment to the best Inter
ests of the City, to purchase or contract, with
out advertising, bills not exceeding the sum of
five hundred ihoo) dollars. Provided further.
That balances remaining to the credit of Item
7 in the annual appropriation tor 1014 shall
not merge December 81. 1014.
And provided. That whenever possible, bids
for supplies or materials, shall be Invited only
from Philadelphia firms whose plant are lo
cated In the City, and that a schedule of uch
blda and award, certified by th appropriate
Committee, ehall be ent to th City Controller
before ha ehall algn any warrants for uch
material or oupplle.
And th City Controller ehall countersign no
warrants against any Item in this ordlnano;
unless all conditions Imposed are compiled
And warrants shall be drawn by the Clerk
of Councils In conformity with existing ordi
nances. All ordinances or parte of ordinances
Inconsistent herewith be, and the some are
Approved the 22d day ot December, A. D.
1014' .RUDOLPH BLANKENBURO.
No. 818. Mayor of Philadelphia,
AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHOHIZH T1I13
laying ot water pipe In Albonus. Almond, An
derson. Ardlelgh. Annbury, Beulah. Brow
ateri Camler, Caator Cedar, Courtland. D,
Day. Dover, Ettlnir, Falrhlll, Frazler, Fifty
third Fifty-fifth Fifty-sixth. Flfty-ssysnth,
aernet. Qeaner, Gladstone, J, Lawndale, Lee,
Magnolia, Marshall, Marston, Newkirk, Nine
teenth, Opal, Falethorp, Tlockland, Rose
berry. Ross. Saul. Saybrook, Sheridan, Sher
man, Twenty-eighth. Twenty-ninth and Win
aohocklrur streets. Botanic, Chamoloet, Dun
cannon.Florence. Forrest and Klngsesslnjr
avenue and Northeast Boulevard.
Section 1. The Pelect and Common Counoll
of th City of Philadelphia do ordain: That the
Department of Publlo Works b authorized to
lay water pipe In Albanu street, from Second
toThird atreeti Almond street, from Ontario
to Schiller street: Anderson and .Ardlelgh
streets, from Mt, Airy avenue to about 288 feet
northwest ot Ml, Pleasant avenue: Annabunr
.tree", from Fifth to Sixth street! Beulah
streetl from Shunk street to Oregon avenuei
Brewster street, from Eighty-first to Eighty
second street; CasmUr street, from Richmond
to Salmon street; Castor street, from Vanktrk
to Foust street! Cedar street, from Madlton
to Weitmoreland street; Courtland street,
from Leo to Front strset: D street, from
Wyoming avenue to Courtland streetl Day
atreet. from Wlldey to Kmery street; .Dover
street, from Tasker to Morris street; Ettlng
street, from Reed to Dickinson street:
Kalrhllt street, from Bhunk street to
Oregon avenu ; Frazler tret, from Christian
to Webster street; Flfty.thlrd street. from
Florence avtnue to Warrington avenue: Fifty
fifth street, from Willows avenue to Warring
ton avenuei Fifty-elith jet. from Springfield
avenu to Willow avenue; Flfty-ieventh
street, from Florence avenue to Warrington
avenue; Oarnet street, from Chetten avnu to
Mtdary avenue; Oesner street, from Sixty-fifth
to sixty-sixth street; Gladstone street, from
Third to Fourth streetl 3 street, from Tioga
street to about $00 feet south: Lawndale street,
from Comly to Devereauz atrest: Lee street,
from Jackson to Ritner street; Magnolia street,
from Upsal to sharpnaok street! Marshall
t treat, from Shunlc street to Oregon avsnue;
larston tret, from Reed to Tkr "reet;
Newkirk atreet, from Dickinson, to MorrU
streetl Nineteenth street, from Rockland to
Rusoomb atreet; Opal street, from Cheltsa ave
nue to Medary avenue; Palethorp atreet, from
GUnwood avenua to Tioga streetl Rockland
street, from BUhteenth to Nineteenth street
Rossberry atreet, from Third to Fourth street;
jlo street, from Upaal to Bharpnack tret;
Baul atreet, (rom Oxford avenue to Wakellng
atreeti Saybrook street, from Sixty-fifth to
Rlxty-slxth strset! Sheridan strset, from Shunk
street ti Oregon avenue: Sherman tret, from
Pomona street to Washington lane; Twenty
eighth street, from Cambria to Ctearfleld
I treat; Twenty-ninth stroet, from Tasker to
lorria street. Wlngohocklng street, from Tork
road to Broad atreeti Bounla avenue, from
Eighty-first ta Eighty-second street: Champion;
avenue, from York road to Sixteenth street;
Duncannon avenue, from American to Mascher
street; Florence avenue, from Fifty-third to
Fifty-fourth stmt, and from Fifty-fifth to
Fifty-eighth street; Jjrret avtnue, from
Washington lan to Upsal street: Klngte-.
tpt avenue, from Fifty-sixth is tthan street.
North! IlMalevard (both side from B to O
Approved thU 21t day ot December, A. D.
W1 RUDOLPH BLAN1TSNBUW.O.
No. 8. Mayor of TElladsbhU.
AN MDrNANCB TQ ATJTHORJZH THH
puFCbase of valves, hydrant, and water pipe
apfMOteau; Iramlteia ISO (lean), Dapaxt-
taeot of Supplies fUuruiu of Water).
Bectitm 1 The Seleat and Couonioa Counoll
ot the City of PUladelphl. da ordain: That the
Director of th Department of thipplle be, and
he 1 hereby authorized to purshate valves,
lurdrsAt and water pip appartenanca and
obarr the cost of th Sam to Item 180 (loan),
Petri Km sat of flupulk (Bureau of Watar), tat
ft porobM of water pip.
AjxptxtY! th llta day ot DcnVtv A, D.
No. sj. Mayor of PhlUaelpala.
1H "oTOtHAWii t3 'xvimokSBPifLa
uoara. ox jtecreauea ta uaprove ana develop
oiftalo ptaygrouada asJ reweAttai caatna
on 1. fha mMtX and floagrann CosjnrUa
th Ckf of rUtesVeipfeU da ordalni Ttat the
KB m una are.sereoy autBor-
Z. lt.Lt th tbllawmjr sums ba
in Item ISO (l&ajll ot tK KtH,n.uritl,u. in
Ucud of HaarseiLiou Waj.Hrvfj.w PmuIc an
bud &4 thirty thuua&d (0,lkwi dwUara.
Prov Hed Tht In the vexvt oi any U the 44
lamvvastaU iOetUut Ices that) the aji hexeut
Ikaurd ai &eetkm l hereby auihurused at U
mmvlkia w M tta btskJAi m aa itevt ttsarev
el tw IJU rnwimsa it mf rthj lrrir-i
twnt named herein for Tfhlob tho wm t
aside I Intuffldent. . . ,
Appou the sist aay et iiecetnoer, a. "
., No. B30.
mayor ot rnnaasipu
IAN ORDINANOE TO AUTHOIUZH THfl
purohae. of an Irregitlarly shaped pleoe of
land In th rear of 1018 S. Fort) -ninth street
for th purpose of tha Free Library of Phlla.
delphla and to authorize n. certain transfer
from tha Department ot City Treasurer to tha
Department "of the Mayor In payment
Section 1. The Select and Common Coondl
of tho City ot Philadelphia do ordalni That the
City Solicitor he. and ho Is hereby authorized
and directed to examine the tltlo ot all tliat
certain lot or piece of ground beginning at a
point on the northwest aide of St. Bernard
street at a distance ot 13!) feet 8 inches, more
or less, southwest from th southwest slds of
Forty-ninth atreet (TO toot wide); thence ex
tending southwestwardly along the northwest
erly side of St. Bernard street 15 feet, more
or Ices, to on angle In the said fit. Bernard
atreeti thenco westwardly ntong the north line
ot St. Bernard atreet CO feot, more or leas, to
A point; thenco northeastwardly along a. line
parallel with St. Bernard street and M feet nt
right angle northwestward therefrom 40 feet
to a point! thence along a line parallel with
Forty-ninth street CO feet to tha northwest side
of St. Bernard street and place of beginning;
nd If ha approves the some to cause a con
veyance thereof to be made to the City of
Philadelphia In fee for branch library pur-
. Section 3, That tha rum erf two thousand five
hundred (2,f!O0) dollars Is hereby transferred
from Item 4(d) in the annual appropriation
te the city Treeaurer for th year 1B14, to
Item 6 (1) (Free Ijbrary) In the anual ap
proprtation to the Mayor to pay for the prop
erty described In Section 1.
Approved the lvth day of December, A. D.
Mayor of Pniiodeipnia.
AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZD CURTAIN
transfers In the annual appropriation to the
Department of Publlo Safety, Publlo Works,
Publlo Health and Charities, Supplies, Cor
oner, Board of Recreation, PrOthonotary,
Olty Controller. City Commissioner, Clerk
of Councils, Law Department, and City
Treasurer, for the year 1014:
.Section . 1. Th Belect and Common Ooun
clls of the City of Philadelphia do ordalni
That the City Controller b authorized to make
tha following transfers In the annual appropri
ations to tha various Departments; for th
yar 1014, vjx.t
Department of Publla Safety, Bureau of Po
lice! From Item 8, salaries, one thousand
u .tvm a, salaries, one inousnna
aru. Department of Publla Work,
Olty Property! From Item 8 (a),
aehe, rubbish, etc, three hundred
ijwuj uoiiarn. department ot
and six (800) dollars; from Item 11 (a), repairs
and maintenance, thirty (00) dollars: from
Item 13 (b). removal ot ashes and rubbish, six
hundred and sixty-four (604) dollars and slxty
(00) cent; from Item IB (d), manuring and
oddlng in square, etc., nine hundred (000)
dollar and forty (40) cent: from Item 03
(loan), Improvement ot small squares, one
thousand flvo hundred and Ilfty-nvo (1,853)
dollar and elghty-elght (88) cent. Depart
mcDJ of, Publlo Hcaltli and Cliarltle, Bureau
of Ifealtht From Item is (c). repairs to (team
line, eta. two. thousand (2,000) dollar. Bu
reau of Charities: From Item 28, salaries,
one thousand eight hundred (1,800) dollars,
peparttnent of Supplies (Froo Library)! From
Item 2. stationery, etc., sevon hundrod and
fifty (780) dollars. (Water): From Item 21,
fuel, thirty-nine thousand two hundrod and
fourteen (110,214) dollars nnd two (2) cents.
Corpneri From Item 1 (c), chemical analysis
of bodlr threo hundred (300) dollars. Board
of Rocrentlont From Item 1 (a), salaries,
eight hundred (800) dollars. Prothonotary;
From Item 4 (o), printing, eta. Municipal
Court, on thousand aeven hundred nnd nltv
(1.760) do lara. City Controller: From Item
tattonery and offlco suppllea, three hun
yrcu .uu UI.7-IIVB ioo; aouars; rrom item a
(a), salaries, accounting nnd reporting, one
hundred and fifty (180) dollars. Clerks of
Councils: From Horn 0, account of Belect nnd
Common Councils, one thousand (1,000) dol
lars: from Item 0. toward defraying the ex
penses of the funerals of soldiers and marines,
eto,, one thousand olght hundred and forty
eight (1,848) dollara and stxtacn (10) cents.
Law Department: From Item B, tobrtne back
fugitive husbands, eto, one thoueand ono
hundrod and two (L102) dollars and fifty (60)
cent City Treasurer: From Item 4 (d), sink
Ing fund on new loans, twenty-nine thousand
six hundred and eighty-five (2n.ftS8) dollars
and nineteen (10) cents; to the following:
DEPARTMENT OF TUBUIC WOTtlCS.
BUREAU OF CITY PROPERTT.
Item 8 (k). To. pay bills of Charlos T.
Oroawlth for hauling ashes and rub
bish from tho City Hall prior to execu
tion of contract, three hundred nnd
thirty-six (330) dollars: for hauling
ashes and rubbish from narks and
squares prior to execution of contract,
one thousand two hundred and forty
thrce (l.ME) dollars, and for plowing,
harrowing, hauling of supplies, etc.,
to the several squares, two hundred
and ten (210) dollars; total, one thou
sand soven hundred and eighty-nine
dollars ....". J1.780
l.nu xu ui. LV pay um or. ine illlien'
house Square Association for pruning
trees, one nunareo and twelve dollars
ltpm (12 (loan). To nnv hill nf rh.ri.
T. Oroswlth for making fill at Bartram
Gardens, ono thousand flvo hundred
and fifty-flvo dollnrs and elghty-elght
BUREAU OF HIGHWAYS.
Item 2 (a). To pay bill of John Wana-
mnxor zor postage stamps, eight liun-
dred and flftv-three dollars.
Item S (a), For rent nf district offices.
eto. To oav bill of Samuel w Htittnn
for usp and occupation of property
No. 68. 70 and 72 Brlnghurst street,
from April 1. 1011. to October L 1011,
five hundred and fortv dollars.,.. 810
Provided, however. That tho said Samuel W,
Sutton srsll.executo and deliver unto the City
of Philadelphia a release of all claims which
he hoi, might or may have against the city
tor or by reason ot the use and occupation ot
the aald premtsee,
BUREAU OF WATER.
Item 2 (a), Transportation, communica
tion service and advertising, one thou
sand dollars 81,000
Item 14 (b). Wages (oqulpment and re
pairs;, nine moustina nvo nunarea dol.
Item 16 fb). Wages (structural re
pair), two thousand five hundred dol
lars .... ..
Item 2L Care of animal, etc, two
Item 22 (b). Wages (Inspection of dis
tribution), nine thousand dollars
Item 23 (e). Hire of teams, two hun-
urea anu ii.it uuii.il,.
DEPARTMENT OF PimLIO SAFETY.
Item 8 (e). To pay Walker & Kepler for
furnishing cable reels during lull and
1013 for use ot tha Southern Boule
vara, tour cunareu ana eignteen dol
DEPARTMENT JJEMO irBALTH AND
BUREAU OF II'UALTII,
Itm 18, Wage (Municipal Hospital),
tour thousand two hundred dollsr.. 14.200
BUREAU OF CHARITIES. '
Item 10. Wages ot mechanics, eleven
thousand dollars 811,000
Item 21 (b). Attendants on payroll, on
dollar ....,..(.,...,...... .,..... COO
Item 8. Fuel, eta, seven hundred and
tuty dollar ., 1700
BOARD OF RECREATION,
Item 3 (a). Hire and maintenance of ve-
nioie, umsevufu.i.u.1 iuki vuiiuuuiuca-
Item 2 (c). Printing, on hundred dollara 100
Item 8 (a). Flay material, etc., five hun
dred dollar ......,...,.......... 600
Item 4. .Burial xpensas, at Potter1
FlJja. tbrimlrjy... 8300
Item 8 (g). To bring book fugitive hu.
band, delinquent children, or those
ehareed with the car and malnte
HOD.. W"ft'jJ"V MMM.WM UUIMtt !,
nance or aeimqusns or uepenacm cnil-
-r. .... . . . . ...
dren, to thl Jurisdiction, two hundred
I ("aY." 'Aut'omoVlie' Vl'rs! "meal!
e, advertising and miscellaneous.
r and I
one thousand dollars
. opeciai is
;ibniarr 1. lsi arty dollars eacht
total, on hundred dollara .
Item 80. To pay bllla of ,M. J, Heavey
for furniture, furnishing, carpets.
Sta., Grand Jury Room 041-607. four
.undred and sixty-nine dollar and
ninety-one centa; for furniture, tur
and for ohalr, le cooler, ataod. eto..
for court room. No. 483. one hundred
and two dollar; .total, nln hundred
ana fifty-three dollar nd two cents. (033.03
7 PWOTllONpTART. .
Itsm am. To pay till of Dunlap Print.
Ing Company for reblndlng .election
books, one thousand seven hundred . .
" tey 4awiaiK,' "
lum I (b). Speolal and mUeellaaeou .
and commuitlcaUon aervlca., 8300
Itsm 4 (t). Compensation for tpeota),
Mrvloes prepiratlon ot monthly tat-
ment for the Finance Committee 148
Item, 4 lo), Service. Incidental expea.
to,, printing manual ot oosountu
Item f fh). ftor advnli(af loan. to,
(lx iHuvired dollar,..,... ,.,, 800
Item 8 (1). To pay 1111 of DunliP Prlat
lug Company for printing soheaule of
appropriation, etc. tor use of th Ft
baas Committee and member. f
Cornells, two ihansgnl five) bundxel
Item 4 (6). Interest on new loans, twen-ty-va
thousand tt haadted dol-..
lira , .837,80
Item 4 ft)). For nulntatutnc of Uaaa la
Stat Institution, pa UwasaBd eight
huhired and twenty dollar and eighty-
eve cent .1.110.63
Item 6. For tattonery and txfesa Inci
dent to1 th sal ot nw Iosa. on
thousand dollara 1,000
I hereby approve thl ordinance excepting tha
'DlpARTUiaHT OF FUsaUO WORKS
"Item O (a), roi- rcat.eUtrtct ofdesa, eto.
To ui but of aBiui Wl mttem for us and
oAitoB of oroftUty 'Kc. 61, ft) u4 78 Brlai-
xuuc atreet rreo Ajjnf , 494. 9 uawsar it
1H1, H auaorea wjmi awtxr tvevj aeusa.
By rMa umtsoi rsuuun;
DMPAR.TJiWNT 07 FUSLIO '
rja at dtr ProaarLv: From 2t2&
...., of TnaM fcmiare. from ana
0 hundred and hfty-av aMo) OsUor and
Uai.y-eUt ttt) l. to ut thewaasd tJ (u-
HWKrtif1 IDuAJOUBW tMJiisii
Itsm 10 (D)
repori. .eto , one
Item 87 (dl. Burial or indigent eoldler.
eto. For burial of Bgnanuel Cunning
ham, who died on September 28. 1811;
andor Charles Yooum. who died on
m3 C RAP P LEjQ
X am an ornamental
toss with painted
flowers on ono Bids
and a motto cm tho
other. I am neither
useful nor ornamental.
2 2 irv -; "r
lira. Ilrown 'won m
at a bridge party and
said sha waa del! ah t
Oho gent nt to Nra. On their mantalpleoa,
Dmtth for a Christ- but ther lost their ap-
mas present. The potltea by havlar mo
Smltlm put ma around. Bo
P P IF
6hs tried putting a
flower In mo, but I
kept tlpptne over. I
wasn't built for uee!
Mrs. Jones sent tne
to lira.. Black, who
waa very glad to set
something to send-
Mrs. Brown waa
rather startled at see
ing; mo back. She at
once decided to send
ma to Mrs. Blue-
When Mr. Brown tecflc
an opportune moment
and threw me out the
"Wore you nt the Bazar and Red
Cross collection last night?"
"Oh, I was wondering what Mrs.
Tito put In."
"fiho put In an appearance," Lam
Tho AlUes-Why, what's this? Didn't we tTe t b Tlotortous?-Iugna,
"ANTA CLAU8 AT LA7f f
a Useless Gift
On ths Ttay noma aha
aald other thin.
Ther aemt um as a
present to Mr. Jonea,
who la very practlool.
To Mrs. Greene. Mrs.
O. didn't like mo, so
she told Tommy
Greene to toko me td
And so at last I rest
In peace. I'm slad I
don't have to bother
peoplo any more.
THE GAME, OF MAKE BELIEVE.
Youthful Participator In the game (viewing dolls' houses). Orrlrht, then,
you can 'ave that 'ctoe. I wouldn't 'avo It. It only corsta flrty ahlllln'o and
I've fahnd one 'ere wot forsts five pah nd! London Opinion.
BVMAaaL eMWrlllLiN WOULJD Bt
THB OI.D BAT OF PAiUB.
"Children, I recognise tho rumble
of 1ST0. Be prepared to appear tfa th
menu as hare, rabbit and QUlrreI."-
M'r. Teck "Wliat makes you think I'll ':
find you a satisfactory cook? !
Cook Because any man who'U let hl ft-
wlto sand him to pick out a cook will '
stand tor anything.
Auntie Be a good boy I
llmmle And then?
Auntlo Why. auntie will take you
downtown and let you sea her throw a
brick through a window.
ICrls Why don't you give up wear
ing glasses? You'd look better.
Kroa Tea; but I wouldn't aee as
well. Princeton Tiger.
"Couldn't yoa sell me u. folding the--tro
seat like that?"
"Yes; but why?"
Well, you see. I suffer from IntrAn
nla, and Pre never slept aa wall any
where aa hare," Alan Lacht (Berlin),
"Oh ah oh!"
"That's your fault, My hone mis
took your green hair for fresh graeP
J, ii U J
tlsfW 'Xtir. TH1NJ R)i.ij'l !,,n,
, -. lS
EWtg4&rim wi r0Vr
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