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TtE DAILY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15 1913.
"- Every Friday byj
(THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY
JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
IN THE GOODOLD U. S. A. .
The present price of wheat will undoubtedly make this year's yield the
greatest in the history of the United
just issued by the Government,. 42,000,000 acres of land were placed in
winter vvneat last taw. inis is an
acreage hitherto known in the history
7,000,000 above that planted the year
These official figures demonstrate
an emergency. If the war continues
increases, there is certain to be another added increase next year.
In view of the fact that the American farms have contributed their
quota in the organization of Uncle
by the government are extremely important. It was predated months ago
thai the so-called shortage in farm help would diminish the crop yield this
car. Hut it is apparent that such . reports ere mere fiction.
The farmer is as important as the munition plant or the army in con
ducting this var. Without the agriculturist, we could not continue the
onflict, but v'th his assistance the United States could oppose the world
jn arms and never cease fighting.
It only calls for the emergency to demonstrate how wonderful the
United States it. One year ago itthnd lighting strength was not worth
while. Today there are hundreds of thousands in the field in Jranceand
'millions more inlraining. The farmer, though he peacefully tills the soil,
makes it possibl? for Unci'.' Sam to go forth with his pre paraticnes for
var, knowing full well that there will be plenty of food ami clothing,
ne matter how many men must becuikd to arms. There is but one U. S.
A., and there wil 1 always be one and if all the ether lands were to
continue to cope with us. they could not duplVate the United States of
"Thriftology" is the name of a pi. -
its one !h.MG!i is to help win
day it paid this tribute to Benton, Seotl County:
Benton, in Scott County, dors not occupy much of a spot on the
Rand-dcNaily map of .Missouri, bat this liiile hamlet stands out in
the foremo.-t ranks on the map of patriotism
With a j fjul ition f on'y 12k Kenton lias sold over S'JT.OOO worth
of War Savings and Thrift Stamp.;. Benton today can challenge any
town in the United States cf its size for patriotism.
The success of this campaign in this little lawn in Scott County can
in a great measure be attribtiied to the Rev. F. J. Fitckan, pastor
of St. Pcmris' I'.vri-h. This priest took oT his coat and 'went to the
bat" to make BenUm fam:.u- in the War Savings, Campaign, He went
ti e bighwavs and byways
meant, and I
sold them to nearly
We elTer our
ers" in te,iv:;.
If every town and city in Mi.-souri had
n, M'ssouri would h-cv- already raised
::r Savings Campaign.
I t ..
;t n tins
ST. LOUIS AND SENATOR STONE,
paper.- of Si. Loui;- are now condemning" Senator JStonr because;
he is using his ioTluonce to bridge arbitrary in th.at city. They have char
ged that his action is purely political and that his object is to prevent any
credit going to former Gov. Foil.
In hi.- own defense Senator Stjnehas isued a detailed explanation of
why he entered the campaign lo ad.ius t!ie bridge tolls in St. Louis. Accoi
mg to the Senator's statement, and his statement is unchallenged, he was
asked hy the president of the Chamber of Commerce of St. Louis and other
influential St. Louisans to aid them in dissolving the bridge trust, which
has long handicapped that city.
Senator Stone had conferred with Secretary McAdoo and they had agreed
upon a course to pursue long before Mr. Folk was induced to move to St.
ixu:s and become the attorney for the Chamber of Commerce. It was at the
.suggestion of Mr. McAdoo that Senator Stone drew a brief, outlining to
the gov ernment the complaint of ti.e city of St. Louis, and suggesting a
'I his is merely an instance oi't'ne unfair treatment Senator Stone has re
ceived fr.m some Missour newspapers. Theic are times when news::;:jcrs
ao .lastieeu in ,-r: kt. (.. puo-:c oiuciais anu more are again occasions
when representatives of the people a-e persecuted . We believe Senator
Stone lias been maglijiiied and fee a m.;"cio'.is purpose.
He can do lathing that meets with the appovai Tif the aewspapei s. He
i-- now lc-nderir.g a great public sci-viee lo the people of St. Louis, with the
approval and at the reipest of the people cf that city, yet his efforts are
villiticd by tho press.
THE CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR.
Henry H. Haas and Rush H. Limbaugh are the only candidates for Maj
or of Cape Girardeau. Both are hone t and n'M well in this city. Both
belong to the same political party. In Municipal elections the voters cf
tiiis city dn net consider candidates because they belong to one or the other
j.iaior part:es. They look to their qualifications for ei'lce.
Hr. Ha: s is what Americans delig t to be called a self made man. All
'..c lies was obtained through his own personal efforts. He struggled for
;. beg ncing and won because he was honest, energetic and ambitious. He
educated himstlf by working as he studied in the public schools. He then
took a crur e in law and ;ater i:i pharmacy, and every dollar he spent was
earned by his own efforts.
During his fen-years 'residence in this city he has established a rec
ord of which he may be proud. He comes lef.ye the people with his past
achievements as his platform. He wears the label cf no man or clique "of
:r.-n. Those who know him are aware" f the fact that he thinks and acts in
decendentlv of anv outside influences.
This is his pat and his future may
Rush H. Limbaugh is new inCaoe
to h - discredit, there is nothing he
wit of school, ignorant cf what Cajje
iispeople. He is no more competent
thm a student from Chicago would
doubt wi:!? develop into a mar. competent to serve this city or anv other
city, becaure he possesses the init'al
of his swaddling clotl.es as a business r.ian.
That is enough to defeat him, but that isn't all. He did not kno w he was
going to be a candidate until a committee tucked away in a secluded of
fice ami behind closed doors, had decided that he must run. We do rot Vame
him' for his nomination or the fact tnt he accepted it. Most ny arr.bit-ous
ntan would have done as he did, but do not believe that mayois or even
camlictates for mayors should be thrust upon the peop't by unidentified
men in mysterious meetings.
Officials be.-t qualified to serve the. people are tfiose who are nominated
by the people. Offices must r.ot be lled by the. delations cf the few.
We have stated our reasons why Mr. Haas should b-j elected over Mr.
Limbaugh, and if we bive misstated
hi'o tlic dctail."i. . -
States. According to the figures
increase oi z,vw,lv) acres over anv
of theUnited States, and more than
war was declared in Europe.
what the United States can do in
and the demand on the United States
Sam's new army, the figures given out
triolic publication issued weekly in St.
In the issue of last Satur-
anl exp.amcu wr.at iinf t Stamps
e. - ry nan, woman and child in Bell
i c.iivr t-iufcan, and to the "Thnf-
be judged by it.
Girardeau, and while there is nothing
has done. Tie is just a beginner jusl
Girardeau needs and doesn't I;
r:-ve Cave Girardeau as Mayor
In the years to ootr.e he maw no
quab - iciitions. hyt he i
not yft oui
l-i" fw:t we 've w
i 'ng If) a:o nor j
(M TEAM WINS
FOR FIRST TIME
When the basketball team of Cen
tral High School of this city defeated
its competing quintet from Ste. Gene
vieve in the final game Saturday, the
team cinched the pennant in the bas
ket ball tournament, which has been
in progress at the Normal since Fri
day. The score, by which thp visiting
team was defeated was decisive that
there could be no doubt as to the
snrcprioritv of the local bovs. The
score was 60:23.
The game was not a real contest for
Ihe high honors in the tournament, as
Cape Girardeau outplayed the visitors
from the veiy start of the game. Two
decided styles of playing were noticed
by the spectators: Ste. Genevieve
plaved an individual game, each play
er trying to score points without the
assistance of his team rnates. The Cape
Girardeau boys worked hard, and play
ed together. Constant passing and ex
cellent teamwork decided the game in
tile local team's favor.
During the last half of the game
the visitors were rattled, when they
saw the game was lost. During the
last few minutes of play the local
team scored goal after goal without
?Hictive re-5siar.ee from the oppo
It was the first time in history tha'
Cape Girardeau High School team won
the tournament. As reward the team
will receive a large cup which will be
displayed at Central High. Ste. Gene
vieve took second place in the tour
nament having lost only one game,
and Desloge was awarded third place
having been eliminated from partici
nation in the finals bv Ste. Geoev'levc
The box score of the final and de
t iding gamp Saturday night was:
Baird rf 12
Lohr, If. 7
Massengill, c. 7
Kinder, rg. 3
MeBrfde, ig- 0
rt"ip!er, 1. '
After Fostvs and
been elie.iir.ated in Friday's game,thc
. ams sti 1 in the race began the last
.lay. The firs!; contest was between
Desloge and Fomfo'.t. The former
.on by a score of
The .'ot-ond sru
r.c Saturdav played
between Cap ".irard?au and . Ste.
Cmevieve virtually showed the out
come of the tournament, when the
'ccal bovs took S'e. Genevieve for a
icfe;:t of :)l:V.-L It was the first game
?'te. G.T.evieve lost during the tour
nament. In the afternoon Ste. Genevieve
, iiriiinated De-'ogc, which had lost
"iv.Iy one game. The score of this
'-c.nj'i was 4i:-0 in favor of Ste. Gene
vieve. The games were reftreed by Prof,
i Vrdinand Ccur'eux and Xorvell of
he Normal. Both refere.-s showed
fai'-ne -s g;v:ng decisions without call
ing protest from the players.
DIVORCED THREE MONTHS
RE MARRIED IN J CKSON
Woody Mofiidd Takes Mrs. Or-- Boono
As Bride License Issued in
Count v Seat.
Moody Mofield a traveling salesman
)! the Cape, who was di -'vo ! iVom
first wif- during th N"ve.- V-r
-:u ef tii. Comi.-on in-.cs Cnrt w;,-
-arr-ed to .Miss Oca Bor-! cf '.hi otv
: - J:eks n joterwdy. The Iioa . wa
obtained in the ounty seat.
.M-Mield was granted a divorce from
his wife on .the grounds of dvii:on.
During the trial he testified his wife
::d left him shortly after their mar
riage and ha-;l returned to her parents
in Little Kock, Ark. Mofield is a
traveling salesman for a Chicago firm.
l,r,00,000 TAKE WAR INSURANCE
WASHINGTON, March S. More
than $12,000,000,000 worth of insur
ance has .been written on the lives of
American soldiers, sailors and nurses
by the War Risk Insurance Bureau,
Secretary McAcfoo announced today.
Up to the close of business March 6,
l,n:2,524 applications representing in
surance of $11,2.36,448,500, had already
let received at the bureau and late
reports from the American forces in
France, together with insurance now
in transit from distant points, indi-Jer,
cata that thr total written to date is
well above '$12,000,000,000, covering
r.i.ire than 1.500,000 persons in the
mdiiarv or naval scrvicc.
CO. tO ACCEPT
Whether the Wells Fargo can be
compelled to accept liquor shipments
to any point in the State, is a ques
tion put up to Judge John A. Snider
of the Common Pleas Court in an ap
plicaton for a writ Of mandamus filed
Monday morning by Harry E. Alen
ander, attorney for Claude D. Speak
and George A. Withers. The matter
will be taken up at this term of court.
Speak and Withers assert in their pe
tition that the express company as
common carrier can not refuse to ac
cept any shipments of liquor. They
contend they suffered a heavy damage
since the express company ceased
taking liquor shipments and had no
other recourse for remedy but the writ
The petition cites that sit.ee the com"
pan- stopped taking such shipments
the relators had at least 1,000 orders
which could not be delivered on account
of the company's attitude. Speak and
Withers are both engaged in the li
quor business, the former in the Cape
wd Withers in-Allenville.
Several months ago Circuit Jt'dge
J. P. Ford ofButler County ruled that
the express company could not reject
my liquor shipments. The case was
ried in the Butler County Circuit
Court on a writ of mandamus, and the
express company appealed the case,
the ruling of the judge was sustained
hy the Supreme Court.
When a ruling was made by the
"deral courts that the shipments of
h'quor from a "wet" state into a 'dry"
;tate was illegal, the prosecuting at
torneys of dry counties threatened to
rosecut3 the express companies for
.lelivering liyuor shipments. The rule
las been enforced for some time.
Should Judge Snider grant the writ
f mandamus th Wells Fargo Co..
vil! have to accept and deliver all
.hipmcnts from the two plaintiffs in
his case. Other liquor dealers, how
ever, will not be affected by the dc-ci-;:on
of Judge Snider in this case.
Arguments vil Ibi heard by Judge
y.v'd. r next Tuesday morning. Wheth
er the express company will make an
?fTort to oppose the writ, is not
known Local liqnor dfal?is say they
vrc anxious to have the matter test
ed in the higher courts' to determine
whether the express company can
legally reject th'r shipments.
CAPE BOY WITNESSED
SINKING OF TUSCANIA
Irvin I. Miller a Cape G'rardeau
couth, who joined the amy last sum
mer witnessed the sinking of the
steamer Tuscan'a three vveks ago, ac
ording to ;v letter his mother receiv
ed a few days ago. The young sold
ier is now i:i Fi t ce having arrived
here with a contingent of American
The ship, on which Young Miller
i ;MStd the ocean, was ahead of the
T'useania, thr letter says.vvhrn the
steamer was attacked by a submarine
and sunk with a loss oT nvn-e than 100
ices. The Tuscania, ho writes, was
-several hundred yards be'ind his
. an I riiKiior ot ..'acKson, among
:he fist eight d'aft men frcm Cape
rj'rardeau County, George Rodcnstein
.f Delta and Ifo-ny Coyle of ths city
are the latev-t Ca;o Girardeau County's
Ivaft niPii to arrive in France. Thi:
'r.ren intion was conveyed to Mils. A
II. Mueller of Jackson in the letter she
eceived from her son.
18 NEXT SUNDAY
Eighteen pupils of the Trhrty Lu
theran School w'H bo confirmed rert
Sunday, p.nd another class of nine will
receive the confirmation April 21. The
latter candidates wil! be announced
later by Rev. A. Wilder, pastor of the
Trinity Lutheran Church. Before re:-ce-ivi'ig
the confirmat;on the candidat
es will be examined in the teachings
of the Lutheran Church.
Seven of the candidates'for confirm-,
ation are boys, the others girls. Fol
lowing are the names of those to b3
demfirmed next week:
Williarci Stehr, Albert Schu'.z. Mar
tin Schlegel, Charles Windisch, Gus
tav Eggiman, Charles Werner and
The girls are: Misses Juanita "Will-
Elma Sander, Olga Bender, Sophie
Schwab. Amanda Schmittzehe, Erna;1318.
Keller, Hazel Koch, Edna H ipert.j WILL HIRSCH,
NTta Bruake. Ella Frenrel rnd C'ara 1 Mayor,
Lang. 'Attest: R. W. Frisseil, City Clerk.
LOST LIFE WHEN
EXPOSED TO GAS
Ix)uis Kipping, the first Cape Girar
ueau Doy ur recn tne trencnes m
France witK the American exDe lition
ary forces was "gassed' and from all
indications temporarily rendered un
fit for trench service, letters received
by his relatives during the last few
weeks indicate. At the present time,
he wrote his father, Louis Kipping, a
few ays ago, he is detailed to a post-
otrice about two miles behind the fir-'
irfg lines. He says he is feeling well,
but complains of being unable to sleep.
. , ., . ... ... i
jn aescriDing an attacK vvitn gas
by the Germans the young soldier
writes, he was saved by a chaplain
of his regiment. He says in his let
ters, he failed to hear the signal,
which is given whenever the enemy
makes the poisonous attack, and was
saved by the chaplain. Wfcen he awak
ened, he writes, be seized his mask
to protect himself against the deadly
effects of the gas.
Accordiing to the young Cape sold
ier the war will last an indefinite per
iod. Judging from the preparations
on both sides, he writes, ho does not
believe that the end of the war can
be foreseen at thistimo. in fact, peace
i far 'off, he believes.
The sold;ers, he writes, are com-
lonnDiy proviaed lor. Iftev have
plenty of food and clothing. When he
wrote the last lettpr, the weather was
l'sagreeable and damp, evidently
marking the change of the weather
from winter to spring, which is a
rainy and damp period in France.
The battle sector occupied by his
contingent is not mentioned in any
of the letters, but the inference is left
that he is with the American forces
northwest of Toul. This is indicated i
in the words with which he refers to
incient buildings and monuments. He
savs, that which he studied at the
Cape Normal in bsoks is now placed
lufore his eves in realitv. Toul and I
Verdun are in the same region and
re two of the oldest cities in France, j
both being mentioned in the ancient
Young Kipping has had a remark -
sb-e career during his service in th
United Stales army. When war was
Icclarcd last Api he nnd a few oth- j
r Cape G:?ardeau youths volunteered j
their services. Young Kipping vcas
soon sent to France after entering the
trmv, and was with the first ccntn -
gent of American soldiers
RED CROSS GIVES WAY
TO THIRD LIBERTY LOAN
Washington, March 11. In announc
ing formally tonight postponement
until the week of May 20 of its cam
paign for a second .$100,CfMkO(0 wan
relief fund, the Red Cross War Coun-
cil explained that the purprves was to
avoid the possibility of interference j
with -the third Liberty Loan. Origi-
nally it had been intended to sten t I
the campaign Mav 6.
MAYOR'S ELECTION t
By virtue of authority in me vested
by law. and in conformity with the
ordinances of the City of Cape Girar-
leau. I, Will Ilirsch, Mayor of said j
city, hereby order and proclaim that
a Primary Election for the purpose of
r.cminating candidates for the otli--&s
of Mayor and two councilmen will
be held on,
TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 101S,
;t the city polling places in each of !
;hg four wards, as follows:
First Ward: At the Court House.
Second Ward: At Gust Schultz's
harbor Shop, No. GOG Broadway.
Third Waul: At Merlcn Building,
n Good Hope Street, North Side be
vvecn Middle and Frederick streets.
Fourth Ward: Wheeler Building,
on Spanish Street, East Side, between
Independence Street and Merriwether
And I hereby further procjaim that
a General Municipal Election, for the
purpose of voting on said candidates
so nominated, will be held in the City
of Cap"e Girardeau, Mo., at said poll
ing places, on
TUESDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1018,
said elections will be conducted I
ing to law and the ordinances
Witness my official signature and
the seal of said City of Cape Girar
deau, Mo., duly attested by the City
Clerk, this 2Sth day of February,
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FOR SALE My nine-room brick
house, corner Broadway and Span
ish streets; has bath, hot water, fur- j
nace heat and ail modern conven-
iences; good location for business.!
Would trade for cheaper houses on
terms to suit. Apply F. A. Kage, 114
WANTED Dv reliable coloicd fam-;
ily home in suburbs of the city,;
with yard large enough to raise!
chickens and have a garden. Ad- j
dress R., Tribune. i
WANTED First class printer; steaJy;
position and goed wages. Apply)
at The Tribune office.
FOR SALE ChickensAnacor.as, Mo-;
narcia, Buff Reck and mixed, also
two Southern pit games. $1.00 per;
head. Geo. Grigsby, 2 No. Sprigg j
St. , I
-Roomers bv day, week or.
month. -Mrs M. S. iJcck, 22:'. North
; FOR RENT House with 2 iarge
ae es o
V.'A NT : D E.;K i i' i
Apply M. Samuel-,
NOTICE TO AllOMOBILE
All owners of automobile.' in
i -' ly who are delinquent
j nt of their license are hereby noti -
1 "cd that they must make payment to
George H. Meyer. Citv Collector, on itlie -lcrK uPon irr rcturn 01
or before ;i:irch VAh. VMS aiul thusjS(t of plans, specifications, form of
avoid tho pcnaltv rovided bv Ordi- contwet drawings and estimates, on
:imeo for s.ieh Ho:Kjeiu-v. tor before March 21st, 1018.
ARTHUR S. WHiTEXER,
Chief (if Rolice.
CANDIDATES FOR NOMINATION;
I'OR MAYOR AND COUNC II. !
MEN OF THE CITY OF CAl'E !
GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI, All
THE l'RIM-RY ELECTION", ON
MARCH r, 1'JIS.
Henry IL Haas.
Rush II. Limbaugh.
(Vote for One.)
W- H. Coerver
1'arie P. Eilis
R. W. Frissell
A. H. Ruesskamp
C. E. Schuchert
T. J. Shorb.
(Vote for Two.)
O.nVal ballot, att"st: .
R. W. FRISSEI.fi,
u-ivTVP FOR THE
r P.,n.t mction of
svtem of sewers inc'uding manholes, f
fl"h tanks, incls and other necessary .so. ji..-, pa-scu pprov-
appurter.ances lor sewers in Sewer o! ? . t-.f City Council c' fh Cty of
District No. 5, in the City of Caye!'"ane Girardeau, Missouri. February
Girardeau, Missouri. 1"- M lh PIans and fpecifica-
Sealcd proposals will be received byjtions mw on lie with the City Clerk.
th undersigned for the C-ty Coun-li Hids to bo t -K-lo-rd in a .sealed enve
of the City of Cape Girardeau, Mis-jl" addressF lo the Mayor and City
-mri. for the establishing and con- i Council of the City of Cape Girardeau,
st ruction of sewers in Sewer District j Missouri, care of the City Clerk, Caps
No. 5 in the City of Cape Girardeau, ! Girardeau, Missouri, and marked on
Missouri, for furnishing all materials ' the outside "Proposals for sewer sys
and labor and constructing sewers 'in; tern in District No. 5." All bi.Ls to
raid Sewer District No. 5 as per pians
! tnrtoir.cnl otw nnrl i st males ncWM'ie vi.ice oi mi-i .iy vicrn. on or Be
on file in the office of the City Clerk
ef the City 6f Cape Girardeau. Mis-j
ouri,- which plans, specifications and
estimates were filed by the City En
gineer in the office of the City Clerk
'of the City f Cape Girardeau, on
January 21st, 1018. Said plans, spec
ifications, estimate, form of contract
and drawings to be made a part of
the contract and may be examined in i
the o ce of said City Clerk in Capc
j MOTOR For sale one five-horse-
power direct current motor; in good
condition. Apply " at The Tribune
'. . .
: FARM WANTED Responsible part
wants to buy a stock farm within
five miles of Cape Girardeau. Must
be on a public road and have water
and pasture land. Give descrip
tion cf farm, number of acres, price
wanted and state, when poscssion
can be given. Address K. II, The
l OM SALE Wild M iIL-rd dueks that
have been domesticated and are c.
crlfrnt decoys for hunters. As I only
have nine pairs, you'll have to hurry.
Apply C. If. Ovcrstulz.
FOR SALE 2 i A: O. Corn check
ers in woriiii'g order. I'hor.e '.'I.'O.
W. C. Brinkopf, Cape, Route
1 ''' '
One white itih sv weighing 2:
pounds. Findt.r phone
FOR SALE H'ckoiv Kind seed corn.
S. j Produces 'the 1. si roasting cans you
ever tasted. If you like good corn.
you can t do better than to pfaot
I Micsory iing. .-ii.ires I. v. iioc.
. i i m t : i
icnjwuc avenue, v ape voruiueau.
Girardeau, Missouri. Any one desir
ing copy of said plans and specifica
tions form of contract, drawings ar.d
1 estimate may procure same from the
- i sa:l L1--v 'trK upon maKing a ier
M - - ' v""'
foih,ch ,lop.sit w,d be refunded by
I " t T I'Ti . . . 1 1 i-a nnv At
Bidders to comply with the follow
ing conditions when submitting bils:
A certified cheek for One Thousand
'oiiars ayaoie to tnc
Mayor of the City of Cape Girardeau,
Missouri as a guarantee in the event
they arc awarded the contract, they
tnt -r into the same ami give thu
IV tt , i- Ai.n .itt tl a il .
required hoivl, siudl be attached to the
bid, and the bid shall si ate that the
jwork will be coi'imt need within thirty
! ("il) days from the date of the award-
of the contr.ict and fully roni-
: : 'e within Fifteen (15) months af
r said contra t has leen awarded,
il he bond lo be in a sum equal to one
i third of the amount of the contract.
: Bit's inu:-.t also s'ate that bidders will
':.rccpt ?p"c;::I ta: bills, issued in ae-;-'or.iaiice
with law in full paymer.L for
work done under the contract. Tax
; to bear JO per cent interest per
j;.rn-mi unless paid within thirty ('"0)
j lays. V ,'dcrs must also state that
tliey will in j event hold the City
liable ciilter directly or indirect' for
''.c n.-1 oi the work or any po-rl thcie
!i C .".id when the Kewers ar comp.ci.-
d :'.s ,'-ec plans, specificalioi.s and con-
j'raet to the satisfaction or tnc
Cit" lit vinccT and the Ci.v Coi .icil,
M il' pay the cost of t :: Fr.gi-
i e.-Ki s i-rrvuv-5. anu any "i.ier ce: is
a.'r it 0 1 r.ve accrued in ful'i !.r.;; ibj
Ail in Jucordnni.e v.ii t )r-
in seaiefi envelopes ana on wc ia
j . xr: - e M Vi.. m t t.
jff.ro March 1Mb,
; M., bu s which
fore .larch IKth, 10J8, at seven o'clock
are on file at that
time, will be presented to the City
Council at the regular meeting to bo
held on that date.
The City Council expressly reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
Bids must be made on blank forms
to be furnished by the City Clerk.
R. W. FRISSELL,