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PHILADELPHIA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1917
CoriMonT, 1017, it ins restio Licami Coumnt
109 KILLED, 92 WOUNDED
IN AIR RAID ON ENGLAND
SHELL KENT IN
"Naval Casualties," Re
ported Indicate Mili
SIX ENEMY CRAFT
IN BOMBING DRIVE
Chatham - Sheerness Are a,
Where Naval Bases Are
FOE'S MACHINES ESCAPE
Uerinin ah planes last night raided tho
Chatham Sheernes atca of Kent, England
(Cliutliam Is u British naval base and
Sheerness Ik a naval and military depot).
Inflicting vh.it were officially described to
day ns 'naval casualties" totaling 108
dead and eighty -s-K wounded
On the Isle of Thnnet tho laidcis Mllod
one and wounded sl other persons '
"About sK enemy airplanes followed the
south bank of the Thames from 10 10 to
11.50 last night," the ofllclal statement
said 'Our machines rose and anti-aircraft
gum were In action without results"
Tho Isle of Thanct once an Island but
now a part of tho mainland Is that poi
tlon of Knglnnd cloist to Caluls. 'the
'Island" Is formed by arms of tho Itlvcr
Steur, and tho watering places of Ilams
gali and Margato nro located there.
Chatham contains Immense mllltiuy mid
naval establishments, docks, bai racks, en
gineer schools and Immense lortltlcitlous.
Shccrne'-i la alto a strongly fortified sca
poi t, tho nanl arcnal of England. It
Ilia wise has great docks.
The size of the "naal casualties" leport
rd Indicates that the Geiman raiders' bombs
blew uirsomfcthlrig-po-FsIblj-rrshlp or home
of the buildings In the two great bases
Chatham Is about twenty-five miles from
London. It Is at the lower point of tho
Itlvcr Medway, which flows fiom the lllvcr
Thames at the point whcie Sliccrnies Is located.
TOO MUCH ICE CREAM
Combined With "Soft Stuff" and
Heat, It Disables Company
at Camp Augusta
flu a Staff Correspondc if
CAMP HANCOCK, AUGUSTA, Ua .
Ninety men of Company M, of tho Eight
eenth Itegiment, Pltthbuigh, were buddenly
taken 111 this' morning while at work
policing their tents nnd the regimental area
The men wero suffering great pain mid
nausea from severe stomach 'disorder, when
a hurry call was sent throughout the camp
Brigadier Gencinl Logan, commanding
the rifty-slxth Ilrigade, who Is cpmrtered
In the field, was notified and bis automobile
was ptessod Into service for the transpoi
tntlon of surgeons fiom various parts of
the camp to tho lompmy streets.
The HI men were lemovtd from theh cots
and were taken to shadv places under the
trees where the nil was cooler than In
Officers declared tho food served (ho men
today was not icsponslblo for the disorders
from which they suffered. It was point
ed out that the soldiers had been virtually
Idle since Saturday last and probably had
contumed too much "soft stuff' and Ico
rieam In Augustu during tho two holldajs
When tho sun stiuck them today they suf
fered the results of their coca cola and Ice
Surgeons said the men would all be icady
for work tomoirow morning
The Illness crippled the compinj today,
for only forty-three men out of u compsny
of 139 were lit for duty. It was reported
that men of Company C, Sixteenth leglment,
also were 111, but surgeons denied this.
FIVE NEGRO SOLDIERS
CONVICTED OF RIOTING
Participants in Recent Waco, Tex., Race
Disturbance Given Five Yeais at
SAN ANTONIO, Tex, Sept 4. round
guilty with Intent to murder, five members
oftho Twenty-fourth United States Infantry
(negro) who rioted at Waco on tho night of
July 29, today faced fle years at hard
labor Jn the Federal penitentiary nt Leaven
worth, Kan. A sixth negro will serve ten
years at Leavenworth,
This was the finding of the general court
martial made public today by Major Gen
eral John Wv Iluckman, commander of the
WHAT MAY HAPPEN
IN BASEBALL TOD A Y
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Won lost IVI.
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vn Inst 1'it.
Bavarian commander of the Ger
man aimy which took Ripa, to
whom the Kaiser has wiicd pei
LINES AT LENS
Germans Driven Back by
Sudden Charge of Maple
HAIG STRIKES IN BELGIUM
IN FLIGHT FROM
Entire Northern End of
Battle Front Now
Kaiser Wilhclm Exults
Over Capture of Riga
AMSTERDAM, Sept. 1.
KAISER WILHELM exulted with
his people today in the capture
of Riga fiom the Russinns. Berlin
dispatches quoted this extract from
a message sent by him to the
"This is a new milestone of Get
man stiength and unerring will for
victory. May God help us further."
The Kaiser also wired his congrat
ulations to Prince Leopold, whose
troops totik the Russian city:
"Your fai -seeing leadership nnd
iron will for victoiy guaranteed this
fine success," he declared. "Onward
By WILLIAM PHILIP SIMMS
with Tin: imrrihii ahmil's in thi:
rnn.o, sept. 4.
Canadian troops rail lodav penetrated
moro than JOO jaida over (Jcrntan pol
tlous on a fiont of iiOO vnids nort!. of
Lens, Tim Midden drive badly mauled the
LONDON. Sept. 4
Kleld Marfchal Hilg resumed his offensive
today with a t-haip blow th it advanced tho
lirltlsh line northe ist of St. Jullen (on the
Ypies front southeast of Lingemarck).
"We advanced out lino sllghtl," tho
lilsewhere on the Uiltlsh front the com
mandei -In-chief reported, "North of Lens
nt night wo nrrlcd out n "uci'osfiil laid
number of (icunnns vere killed and s-cv-eial
tnktn prli-onei Southeast of La Bassro
ltiistllo raiders wem ililven off Noitheasf
of Ypres enemy nrllllcr was active'
News of the occupation of Hlga bj the
Germans did not cause any undue psi
inisni in London or I'arls todav Not only
had It been discounted In advance, but It I
wns moie than offset b lepoits of bril
liant new achievements bv the Italian!
against the Austio-Hungnrlun. I
The men ice to the Austro lluiigaii-ins'
Adri itlc yea lleet has been greatly height
ened during the last fort -eight hours
Accoidlng to leports fiom Home, Pola,
the Austiu Ilungurlun naval bise at tho
foot of the Ihtilan peninsula, where the
tlcet has taken refuge, Is being shelled
with guns of huge caliber.
Italian land opeiatirms are developing
slowly but victoriously. I'ieh gilns have
been scored on tho BalntUza plateau front,
and powerful Austio-Oerman counter-attacks
were 'battel ed eh cw here.
MONITORS SHELL POLA;
ONLY 8 MILES AWAY
AVASIlI.NOrON, sept 4
The. gp""it Italian and Ililtlsh monitors
that have been shelling the Austrian naval
baso at Poll have advanced down tho coast
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PETROGRAI). Sept. 1.
The Russian retreat from Rica con
tinues. 'Iliis was admitted b the Rus
sian War Office toda.v. The official re
port explained that the Germans had
outflanked the Dvina position held by
the Russians, occupjing Valenderc.
Before the Russians evacuated Riga
they blew up all the fortifications and
the bridges over the Dvina River.
"Enemy ships are shelling the Riga
coast, including the villages of Kabli,
Mainashtu, Koshould and J'iddc," the
official statement asserted.
copi:nhacji:n. sent t
Petiosiad and tho whole northern end of
the eastern battle front are seriously men
aced by the Germans today as a result of
tho fall of Hlga.
Tho right wing of tho Twelfth r.usslin
vrmy. which evacuated P.Iga, Is falling
Inck tow aid 'Wenden along the Pctrograd
railway. Herlln reports that tho Germ m
advnme continues east of Jtlgi
Itlga was heavily shelled by big Gorman
guns on Satuidav and pait of the ilty was
w recked, according to advices frnni Petro
giad A number of noncombatauts wero
German military experts legard the rap
ture of Illg.i as an operation of high strate
gical Importance Bv driving to the south
cist the Germans liny compel the evacut
tkin of llvlnsk. a Kieat fortress about 100
miles south of Itiga, which stopped von
Illndenburg's advance in tho autumn of
An unconfirmed tumor has reached here
that the Kusslan Cabinet Is piepating to
teinove the Government auhlvis fiom
Pctiograd to Moscow unless the German
dilve Is stemmed
Tho next phase of the German offensive
H pioblematlcal There are three load
ways leading from Hlga toward Petrogiad,
3J0 miles distant, any one of which may
be picked by the German Geneinl staff
If the Germans undertake to move
agilnit Tetrograd In a straight Hue they
will tneountcr the Pelpus foiest, iioithcast
of Hlga, vvlili It could be easllj defended un
less the morale of tho Itussl in soldleis has
btrii broken entliel 'iho other two path
ways Ho farther south, and by using eithei
of them tho Gel mails could leave Pelpus
foiest and Its defenses far to tho left of
their lino of advance.
It litd been reported that the gi eater
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IIV EXTRA-INNING BOUT
Phillies Play Overtime in Final
Game of the Series in
i;UUi:T.S' PIKLD, Hrookln, Sept I.
Joe Oeschger and Hlg Ud Pfcffer hooked
up In a pitchers' duel today In the last
game of the series Netther team scoied
In tho first fcvcii Innings.
Bancroft singled for tho first I'hllly hit
In the fouith with one out. lie was fmerd
by Stock, nnd Cravath grounded out to
Stock singled In the seventh with one
out and'vaB out at tho plato trjlng to
score on Ludeius's perfect! placed hit and-run-slngle
Brookl)ii got two scattered hits oft Oesch
ger In beven Innings.
Three thousand members of Brooklyn's
contribution to tho. National Armv, which
reported and paraded today, were here this
afternoon for tho last game the Dodgers
w HI play at home before October 2.
About 3000 paying fans were on hand.
Paskert walked. Bancroft forced Paskert,
Mytra to Olson. Stok filed to Wheat.
Bancroft was out stealing, Miller to Olson.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Oh en was hit by n pitched ball, Daubert
lined put to Stock and Olson waa doubled
up off first. Stock to Luderus. Myers lined
out to Wlilttea. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Cravath fanned. Ludeius filed to "Wheat.
Whlttcd fanned. No runs, no hits, no
Stengel singled to centef. Wheat wan out,
Adams to Luderua, Stengel taking; second,
Hickman funned. Bancroft threw out
O'Kourke. No runs, one hit, no errors
v THIRD INNINQ
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MACKS IN CLOSE FRAY
IN FINAL WITH GRIFFS
Pals Give Joe Bush Early Lead
and He Stages Regular Box
Battle With Harper
SIIIB1I PAIUC, Sept. J.
The Ath'etlcs had a good chance to make
u clean sweep of the series of the three
games with Washington when they led at
tho end of the sixth Inning today, 2 to 1.
Joe Bush, who was taken out jesterday
Kcauso of villdness, went back nt the vis
itors nnd held them to three singles In tho
first Mx tesslons
Harper, a southpaw, twirled foi AVash
Witt put tho Athletics In front lit tho
fecond inning when ho bcored, nfter he
walked on Schang's single, a pass to Meyer
and Jamleson'a single.
Washington tied the score In tho fourth
on a pass to Milan, an out and Foster's
In the sixth, tie home team again took
the lead, Strunk bcoring on his single, a
passed ball, an out nnd Witt's triple
The Athletics had two' men out nt the
home plate and two of them were doubled
on Hies to Harper,
Atnsmlth had u linger hurt by a foul tip,
while Harper had tho wind knocked out of
him In catching a terrific liner from Jamle
Dr. Carnet feara that Joe Dugan, In addi
tion to a bad sprain, has a bone broken In
his right ankle. Dugan went to tho Pres
bterlan Hospital today, and had an x-ray
taken of his Injury.
Menosky fouled to Schang, Shanks sin
gled to center. Milan hit Into n fast double
play, Witt to Orover to Mclnnls. No. runs,
one hit. no errors.
Jamleson walked. Orover sacrificed,
Alnsworth to Leonardo Shanks threw out
Bodle. Strunk walked. Cw an attempted
double steal, Jamleson waa nailed at tho
TO POPE READ
BY THE KAISER
German Emperor and
TO TEST SENTIMENT
Reichstag Likely to Be Dis
solved After Its Next
UISTKRDAM. Sept. I.
An important council has been held
at German great headquarters to con
sider President Wilson's peace note to
Pope Benedict XV, said a dispatch from
a (Jerman source todav.
'I here is evcrj indication that Presi
dent Wilson's note has shoved the ques
tion of German political reforms into
a place of equal prominence with the
talk of peace negotiations.
LONDON, Sept I
Geunati 1, bctlnnlnc to talk democrati
zation now as the Hist step toward peace
llillln n.'ws via Ilnllind toda iinnnunced
that at the sevon of the Helchstag. con
vening Scptembei 2b, tho rame coalition
of the CclitilstH and Social Demon .its
which precipitated tho German Cabinet
crisis in July would again s-e! for surren
der by tho KnUei and his Ministers or
certain prerogatives Hmpnasbi was, laid
on this "revolt" as part of a well defined
folding tu peace.
London could see little In the Herlln re
ports Indicative of hope for leal German
teform It was the same son of a "revolt"
of tho Left parties In the Helchstng last
Jul, which displaced von Dethmann-Holl-
tontlnucd on 1'nire.Vour, olnmn Tire
BY U. S. JURY TO
Kane Anxious to Have His
DENIES LAXITY IN DRAFT
John I' twer. managing editor of the
Philadelphia llecoid, who has been making
wholesale chirgcs against I'nlted States
Attorney Francis Fisher Kane regarding
his dlnetlou of draft vlolitlou prosecutions
nnd tondiict of olllce genoiall, his bteti
subpoenaed to uppeii a before the Federal
Gland Jurj tomorrow 'and m ike good his
Ho w.ih dlieeted to nppen befoio the
Grand Jmy and bilng viltlr1ilin all lecords
and data In lonnectinii with the cn-.es in
which there were alleged violations of tho
In order" that Mr. Divjer, who Is secre
taiy of the Thirty-second District Army F.J.
cmptlon Board, mu have full opportunity to
explain his uccusatlons, Mr. Kiwis slid this
afternoon that Jc may have the Grand Jury
to himself amf teltto In detail all the
winngs and violations which the I'nlted
States Attorney is alleged to lne com
mitted The action of Mr Kane follows quickly
on tho heels of bteps taken b Mr !w.ver
to havo Mi Kane lemoved from his Im
portant post b appealing to Washington.
Mr. Kane said that the s uno opportunity
given Mr. Dwjer la open to all others who
believe that there have been any violations
In enforcing the law by the District Attor
In a statement Issued toda Mr. Kane
denied that he had been In an way derelict
In enforcing the draft law or that relating
to public meetings, as charged b Mr.
Dwer and others.
Mr Kane's statement follows
So far as the people's Council nnd Its
(ontlnurd on rune Two, ( nluinn Three
FALLS OF SCHUYLKILL
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Live Wire Comes in Contact With Ma
chine James Miskell Is
James Miskell, lift jears old, vvlu lived
at St, Ignatius Home, 2111 Vine street, was
electrocuted today while; at 'vork nt the
John & James Dobson mill. Falls of Schuyl
kill, MUkell, who was a coal passer, was
operating an electric automatic coil loader
when n live wire became detached as tho
machine was being moved from one pile of
coal to another. The charged wire caina In
contact with an Iron wheel on the machine
which the man was holdlfg.
Miskell waa unable to moe and Fred
lleynolds. n fellovV worker, who went to his
rescue n shocked and thrown several
feet when he tried to pull his fellow work
man from the wheel. The screams of the
men brought Hobert Calhoun, engineer of
the mill, to the scene and he turned off tho
current and cut the vv Ires,
According to the manager of tho homo
Miskell 1 believed to have, -a. slater living
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ATHLETICS CONTINUE BEATING SENATORS
WASHT'GT'N ..0 0010000 01-??
ATHLETICS ...0 1000 100 x 28C
Haipci nnd Alnsnillh; Bush nnd Meyer. Connolly nnd Nallln.
PHILLIES 0 00 0 000 0 0 0 0
BROOKLYN ....0 000000 0 0 0 C
Ocbchjjer and Adams; Pfetfci and Millei. Riglcr and Braubfleld.
JOE DUSH GETS REVENGE ON SENATORS
Jiimicbon, rf . 3
Tu over, 2b.... 3
Mcjcr. c .
Bush, p ..
25 2 8 27 M 0
C. Milan, cf
Totals , .
0 0 3 4 1
ZS 1 4 24 13 1
HOSiTON . . .
KFW YORK ,
rallies nnd Tingeso:'
0 0 0 0 1 1
0 0 0 0 0 0
Dcmai cc and Itaiidcn.
2 0 0 0 0 0 2
0 0 0 0 0 2 0
Toi'cy iir.d Wingo: Jacobs nnd Schmidt.
ST LOUIS 0 0 0 3 0
CHICAGO 2 0 2 11
1' i n r4 11
5 10 2
!' Co t.1c Vn uuh it nnd Wllbon.
I1U" 'if''N I ' Ji I I.IJI'.I
NLW YORK 0 0 0 0 0 0
LOS! OH (lag.) .... 0 10 0 2 0
Moyiidgc and Alexnndei ; Ruth and Agncw.
NEW YORK 0 0 0 4 0 0
BOSTON (2d g.) 10 0 1-00
Caldwell and NunamaUei ; Mays and Thomas.
CHICAGO 0 3 10 0
ST. LOUIS 0 0 0 0 0
Tnbci and Schnlk; Koob and Scveteld.
ADDITIONAL RACING RESULTS
Tifth Belmont lace, 3-yeai-olds and u, belling, puise $C00, S 1-2
furlongs. Star Finch, 115, Keogh, 2 to 5, out, out, won; Ambrose, 113,
Klecgeini, 5 to 1, 8 to 5, 3 to 0, second; Cliaimeusc, 100, Obert, 20
to 1, 0 to 1, 5 io tlliid. Time, 1.20 1-5.
OW: WOMAN SHOT, ANOTHER WOUNDED IN WlLIin.'GV v
WIT-IiTIGTO, Del , Sept. 4. Mis. Cathciine Tiick is dead end
I!i5. Lnmtttc ritznatric'.; Ih in the Delawaic Hobpttnl vith vrbat f.:(
("ifilfd to jnove fatal injuiics, the lcbult of a shoolinj; affair t'aJa
nflcmosu a S00 iicncli stirct. whcie the pnitics live, while Albcvl
ritcpitilcU, the hut-band of one of the women ib under ancst. charg-:!
with doiiiL; the shootiiiR.
PRTfiR Twn nvxKTn.i? i.
MAYOR THANKS PARADERS AND SPECTATORS
Ma or Smith today Issued a proclamation extending hta thanks to all citizens
of Philadelphia who took part In Saturday's patriotic demonstration the men who
matched and thoso who watched them march. He described the celebration aa
"representative of all that la best In our city life."
Senator's Company No-,
titicia IVTriirrt-i. T4- ITlTill A -t.
cept Four Contracts
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VARE AND NP.W VHRTf M
CONCERNS DECLINE V!
Indefinite Delay to High
Speed System Sure to Re
' suit From Action v
U. S. MAY TAKE MATERIAL
Those Who Turned Down Jobs
Admit They Feared Big Losses
if They Accepted
ONE NEGRO' REGIMENT FOR EACH CANTONMENT
"WASHINGTON', Sept. 4 There will be one negrp regiment atevery NatlpntJ
Army cantonment where there Is sufficient personnel. Adjutant' GMtl McCain
announced today. Thla order ended speculation as to.whether BMrrV tFef will I
be trained with white men. ' V. t .' , ir, ''
The Kejstono .State Construction Com
pany (Senator ilcNIchol's concern), which
wai awarded four of the sl ble contracts
for work on the Broad btreet subway and
the subway delivery loop, notified Mayor
Smith today that It wai willing to accept
the contracts upon the terms given In the
bids seven months ago and assume the
rlskd which may result from war conditions.
The four contracts total more than J10,.
The two other flim. which were awarded
vne contract each, however, notified the
Mavor nt the same time that they could
not accept their contracts,. Theno Anns
are the Philadelphia Subway Construction
Company (Senator Vare'i concern) and
Smith, Hauscr & Macltaacs, Inc, of New
Tho nnouncement of the decision of the
three contractors wjh made following a
two hour conference In the office of Senator
JilNIlIioI, Lincoln Building-
The icBUlt vv HI mean lndiflnlte delay In the
city's program of high-speed line construc
tion for tho work In the central part of the
city will havo to be begun at different times
ami carried forward In piecemeal style. It
Is doubtful even If Senator McNIchol will
be able to push forward the work on his
contracts with imj speed ulnce the Gov
crnmont Is likely to comi.iandeer the mate
rials necei-ary for the piosccutlon of the
JIoNir"HOL Sy &TATKJICXT.
Senntor Mc Xlchol, In announcing that his
firm had accepted the contracts, said:
'Wo have acepted all four of the con
tracts which we were awnrded We know
the risks nro great, but we feel that the
citizens of I'hlladdphla should have the
benefits of the options vvq have been able
to secure. We have, been guided, , too, by
the promise of -the Mavor that ,ho city
would treat us fairly and generously, and
we expect the citizens to appreciate the
dinicultles we are facing."
The Mayor said the two contracts woul4
be advertised nt once. A week ago the
Major said that If the contractors did not
accept he would taltn no legal steps to
compel them to do so, since In view of the
conditions ho did not believe any court in
the land would compel them to undertake
The four contracts which the Keystone
Cnmpiii) will carry out follow:
Contract Xo !01, subway In Arch street
from Broad to Klghth M, 576,760.
Contract Xo 20.1, subway In Locust street
between Eighth nnd Hroad, 51.713.71C.
Contract Xo 103. subway and station In
Hroad Ftrect from I'llbeit to lluttonwood
Contract Xo 204, subway and stations In
Broad street fiom South I'cnn tquare t
bouth street, 5i.33G.-S0O.
VAUE C'OXCKUX FHAKUO LOSS
Tho two contracts rejected nro:
Contract Xo 202. subway In eighth
street from Arch to Locust, Smith, Hauser
&. Maclcaacs, Inc. Xew York, $2,420,303,,
Contract Xo 101, subway and station
In Broad street between Buttonwood and
Stiles. Philadelphia Subway Construction
Company , J2.38S.P41.
Tho announcement for tho Philadelphia,
Subway Construction Company was made
by Cornelius Hnggarty. Jr., attorney for the
firm Senator Varo said he had nothing to
add, except that he was guided entirely by
the advice of his engineers In the matter.
Mr Haggarty first snld that to accept
the contract would have meunt a loss of
upward of $500,000 to the firm Later he
stld that tho real reason for rejecting It
was thnt there was no assurance that steel '
and other materials could be obtained.
V. J. Maclsancs. of Xew York, who came
here to lepresent the firm of Smith, Hauser
. Mnclxaacs, laid the blame for his action
directly upon the shoulders of the Publlo
Seivlce Commission, wlilch withheld the
certificates of publlo convenience for the
woik for mo'e than six months after the
bids had been opened
Mr. Maclsaacs stld that the night before
he submitted his bid he added a consider
able figure for war risks to what the en
gineers had figured as a fair bid. Condi
tions have become so uncertain, however,
he explained, that even this addition would
not insure his firm against a loss.
V H COMMAXDEEBS MATKIUAL
Even though the two contracts are read
vertlsed promptly. It will be several months
before the necessary formalities can be
gone through with, nnd It is doubtful even
then whether matcilal3 can be obtained.
The experience of the Keystone State
Construction Company several weeks ag3
wbb pointed out today as Indicative of what
all the contractors are facing. The Key
stone concern had purchased 1,000,000 feet
of lumber and had It delivered ready for
use. The Government needed the lumber
for war use mm wuuvu "fn nxing a Qnv
doflnite price for It comnvandeered all'pf -if?
It. The ICeystonei company could make ne).7, "j
.protest. ...,. , ,ter i
Tiie action ui 4.- ituui p tannumiy in ae , w
cepting Us four contracts will mean more) J,- -v
than $20,000 In the pockets of the "Mayor, V i
through his bonding firm AH jof McNJch-f ''-$
ol s contracts are uonaea inrougn tn
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