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The C'otini'il held another meeting on
.Monday afternoon and transacted the
The petition of Babbitt Bros, for
corral on lot 13, block III. bo granted,
providing the corral fence lies covered
with corrugated iron.
Sidewalk was ordered builfon north
hide of Dale avenue, letween Humph
rey and Beaver streets.
Street supervisor was ordered to
open alley on north of M. K. church
Street Supervisor Mayllower was in
structed to measure sidewalk along lots
of F. L. Heal, and that the latter pay
the town 17.."0 per hundred feet for
X. (!. Layton. town trustee, was or
dered to make report to the Council of
town lots unsold. t
The Town Council being advised that '
the vote on the issuance of additional
water bonds at the regular election
was illegal, it was ordered that a spe
cial election be held on May 10. 18!)S.
submitting the question of issuing1
WMKM) in additional bonds to the tax-I
About a hundred and fifty citizens of I
thu city met in mass muetlngthis morn
ing at the court house for the purpose I
of taking some dcllnitc action of form
ing a safety committee in ease there is
any uprising on the lwrder against the
the United States. F.dwin S. Gill was
elected chairman and .1. Earnest Walk
or, secretary. Mr. ftill stated the ob
ject of the meeting, ilien called for re
marks from some of the patriots pres
ent. It was the sense of the meeting
that although there is no present indi
cations that there will be an uprising
it is best to be prepared in ease the ter
ritory is threatened from an invasion.
The matter of warning all disloyal er
sons to the Hag to leave the city within
twenty-four hours after notllieatlon was
al-o di-en-sod. This was provoked by
the assault made on the Hag in the city
hall yesterday. An executive commit
tee of eleven people was apointed to
draw up a report overing the objects
of the safety committee to rexrt at H
o'clock this evening. The safety com
mittee will be formed at tonight's
meeting. IMxi'iiix Herald.
QVER FOREST RESERVE.
Bill Introduced to Aid the Santa Fe A Grand
Delegate Smith of Arizona, intro
duced a bill authorizing the Santa Fe
& ft rand Canyon railroad company, u
corporation created and existing under
the laws of the territory of Arizona, to
construct and maintain a railroad over
theCraml Canyon forest reservation.
This reservation has heretofore lieen
cloed to entry anil settlement by a
proclamation of 1KKI. The proposed
railroad is to enter the Grand Canyon
reserve at a xint on the southern
boundary In Coconino county, run
northerly through a point near Lom
bard to the Bright Angel trail on the
Indian garden, and from the Bright
Angel trail easterly to the Little Colo
rado river. A sullleient number of
side tracks are to be supplied so as to
reaoh the various group of minss of
the reserve. The company is re
stricted by the measure, and Is to out
no timber on its right of way.
Ladies' calling eards, in the correet
styles, printed in the late-it copper-plate
script at this ollice.
Funston for llrst-elass job printing.