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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21* 1916.
r. W. WKNZKL
A(H'«pt«d, and on leave the follow*
Ins resolution waa off .rod:
By Aid. Barnett :
Resolved. That the Pity Treasurer
be and la hereby authorised and In*
•tructed to cancel the street opening
assessment levied against •U>te 3.
4, 14. 85. 69. 70 and 7a of tlleden s
sul.div Uion of Ihal part of lot n, of
subdivision of P. p. eo. lying south
of Dlx avenue." the total aggregat
ing 140M.00. for the opening of Pitt
street, to which cancellation peti
tioner Is entitled, owing to the fact
that the property abutting on and
adjoining salu lots was dedicated to
the Pity under the provisions of the
Greusel Act
Adopted rs foil iws:
Yens—Aid Allan, Ashe. Harnett.
Blell. llurton, Prunshaw. I>III, Kills.
Field. Frelwald. illinium, Guthard,
Hindle, Jakel, Keating, Kcchsr,
Krlmmel, Kicr.k, Kuna, Lempke,
LlttlcArld, Nowi' Owen, Itlchart.
Kohmaon, flollo, lluttcr, Hchcmanaky.
Schulta Htnrkey, Stefanowskl, Var
nor, WarteU. Wensel, W. J. Willson
" ini, Zoeller and the President Pro
Tem—3l.
Nays—Nona.
Barks and Boulevard*.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen:—To your Committee on
Pants and Boulevards was referred
a communication from the Depart
ment of Parks and Boulevards trans
mitting proposals for furnishing
pumping apparatus for the Belle Isle
He wage Treating Plant. We respect
fully report that Pha*. Mclntosh 4k
Company Is the lowest bidder. Be-
Irvg satisfied that the bid submitted
ta reasonable In price, we recommend
that the contract be approved and
confirmed as set forth In the follow
ing resolution.
Respectfully submitted.
GEORGE If Ki.l.IS.
John i. jakel
JAMRH CRaMBIIAW,
JnllS A KRt >NK.
A. G KUNZ.
.I.IULIUH I. KRIMMKU
6V. J. Wll.l jS< >N
Accepted, and on leave the follow
ing resolution was offered:
By Aid Kills:
Resolved, That the contract en
tered Into hy the Department of
Parks and Boulevards with Chua. Mc-
Intosh A Company fur furnishing
pumping apparatus for the Belle Isle
Sewage Treating Plant at a total
coat of 16.000 ©0 be and the same is
hereby unproved and confirmed.
Adopted a> follows:
Voss—Aid, Allan, Asbe. Barnett.
Blell. Burton, Pranshnw. lull. Kills.
Field. Frelwald, Gllnnan, Outhard,
Hindle, Jakel, Keating, K ocher
Krlmmel. Kronk, Kuna. la*nipke,
Mttlefleld. Nowc, Owen, Hlcbert.
Robinson. Hollo. Rutter, Schcmaneky,
Hcliults. Starkey, Htelamwxkl, Ver
nor. Wart el I W, n»e|, W J. Willson,
Wing. Zoellrr and the President Pro
Tem—3B
Nays—Nona.
Ordinance*.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen:—To your Committee on
Ordinances was relerred. "An Ordi
nance to change the name of Adraln
street from Mvernois avenue to Mar
tin avenue to Clayton avenue." We
recommend that said ordinance, pre
sented by Aid. W. J. Willson on
April llth (J. C. C. p. 62*1), be passed
a a submitted.
Respectfully submitted,
GODFREY FRKIWAIJ).
FI4KD W ROBINSON,
ANTHONY NoWC,
CM AH A. KOCHER.
U »SF.PI I M| KM A NSK Y.
Accepted and laid on the table for
8* days.
Licenses.
To the Ifonorablc the Common Council:
Oenllemen:—To your Committee on
Ltcenaes was referred the petitions
of the Palace Theatre (7661). for a
refund of a part of license fee pant
for operation of theatre; and of
Harvey O. Hheffler *7186). for per
mission to peddle without a license
we recommend that said petitions
be denied.
FRED W ROBINSON.
W. H C. HINDI.K.
MoSEH WAHTKI.U
11 Kit 61 AN SCHULTE.
F W. WENZEL
GEORGE H FIELD.
Accept*d and adopted.
L lean ass.
To th* Honorable the Common Council:
Oentlemen:—To jrour Committee on
Licensee was referred the petition of
R*mll Vanderberghe (CKOS) for a re
fund of |l.o® paid hy him for a milk
peddler's license. We find that pe
titioner obtained two licenses under
a misunderstanding, therefore, your
committee recommends the adoption
of the following resolution grant*
lug said petition.
Respectfully submitted,
FRED W ROBINSON,
W If C. lIIMDLK.
MOHI IS WARTELL
HERMAN HCHVLTJS.
F W. WENZEL.
OKoKOK H FIELD.
Accepted, and on leave the follow
ing resolution was offered:
By Aid. Robinson:
Resolved. That the City Controller
he and Is hereby authorised and di
rected to draw his warrant upon the
proper fund In favor of ttemll Van
dernerghe for the sum of fl 00, same
being a refund of fee paid for a
milk peddler's license which was In
•rror.
Adopted as follows:
Veas—Aid. Allan, Ashe. Rarnett.
Hletl, Huston, Cranshaw, Dill. Ellis.
Field, Frclwalu, (Rinnan, Qulhard,
ltlndle, Jskel, Keating, Kocher,
Krimmel. Kronk, K uni,
Littlefield, Nowc, Owen. lib hert.
Robinson. Hollo, Itutter, Hchemansky,
Bchult*, Hi 1.1 key, Hlefnnowaki. Ver
nor, Wart* 11, Wenscl, W. J. Willson.
Mins, Zoell«-r and the President Pro
Tem—"B.
Nays—None.
Firs Protection.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen:—To your Committee on
Fire Protection was referred an ordi
nance entitled "An ordinance to
amend Section 4-o of t’hnpter 187.
Compiled Ordinances for the year
1812." Said ordinance being pre
sented for the purpose of removing
certain property from the so-called
veneer distil, t. your committee can
see no objection thereto, and thers
fore recommends that said ordinance,
presented l.y Aid Allan on the 18th
lnit , iJ. C. C. p. 555) be passed as
submitted.
Respectfully submitted,
CHARLES A. AHHK,
W. H C. KINDLE.
louib h lempkk,
f ’M AH. F. WING.
.1 FLU’S L KRIMMEL
JOSEPH BCIIKMANHKY
The ordinance waa then placed on
the order of third reading
Third Rending ml Ordlassre.
The title to the ordinance waa read
S third time.
The ordinance was then read
The question being "Shall this or
dinance now pass?" Tha ordinance
was passed, s majority of the Aider
men present voting therefor as fol
lows:
Ysss—-Aid. Allan Ashe Rarnstt.
Blell. Burton, Cranshaw, Dill Kills
rieM Frelwald. Cilnnan. Outhard!
Kindle, Jskel. Keating, Kocher,
Krimmel. Kronk, Kuna,
Littlefield. Nowc Owen. Rlchert'
Robinson, Iloilo. Rutter, Hchemansky'
Bchults, Starkey, Mlefanowskl, Ver
nor, Wartell, Wenscl, W. J. Willson
Wing, Zotller and the President pro
Tem—Bl.
fays— None.
he title to the ordinance was con
firmed.
Liquor Rsgulttion.
To the Honors! 1« the Common Council*
Oentlemen.—To your Committee on
Liquor Regulation was referred the
application or Anthony O. Frederick
for transfer from ISO St. Auhtn ave
nue to 78 Atwater street east. We
ran see no ohjectlorl thereto, and rec
ommend that said application he
granted
Respectfully submitted,
SHERMAN LITTLEFIELD.
CIIAH W HI'RTON.
JACOIt UFTIIAKD.
MAI RICK J. KEATING
A tl. KI NK.
Adopted as fo'lowsi
Yeas—A Id. Allan. Asl.a, , Harnstt,
Biel). Burton, Cranshaw, Dill, Ellis,
Field. Frelwsld, Oltnnan, Guthard.
E indie, Jahel, Keating, Kocher.
rtmmel. Kronk. Kunt t/emphe,
til* held, Nnwr, Owen, Rlchert,
Robinson, Hollo, Rutter, g« b«*niausky,
s< milts, mi nr key, MtefanowskL Vsr
nor, Wartell, Went.-I, W. J. Willson.
Wing, Zoellrr and the Prosit,, lit Pro
Tem—3*.
Nays—None.
Liquor Regulation.
To th* Honorable the Common Council;
Gentlemen:—To your Comm lit ee on
Liquor Regulation was referred the
application of James Moyle for trans
fer from 343 Lelb street to 73 Wood
ward avenue. We can see no objec
tion thereto, and recommend that
said application be granted.
Respectfully submitted.
SHERMAN LITTLEFIELD
CHAU. W. MIIRToN.
JACOB OUTHARD,
MAtJRICK J. K HATING.
A. a. KUNZ.
Adopted si follows: *
All-in, Asbe Barnett,
Bel Burton, Cranahaw. bill, Ellis,
Field. Jrelwald, .Gllnnan, Guthard,
Hindle, Jakel, Keating, Kocher,
f/AWJi K^ onk - Kina, Lempke.
I.lttlefteld, Nowc Owen, Ktrhert.
Itobiiiaon, Hollo, Itutttr. Solo rnansky
Sell ul ts, Htarkey. Stefanowskl. Xrri
W * rt : '• " < n«el, VY. J. Willson.
Wing, Zoellrr and the President Pro
Tem—l6.
Nays—None.
Liquor Regulation.
T < *thc Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen: To your Committee on
Liquor Regulation was referred,tke
application of Charles J. Darbe for
tiansftr from 433-436 Maplt street to
*O7 Mt. Klllott avenue. W* can *re
no objection thereto, and recommend
that nuld application be granted.
Respectfully submitted,
HIIKRMAN LITTLEFIELD
CIIAH. W. BURTON,
JACOB GUTIfA ItD.
MAURICE J. KEATING.
A. O. KUNZ.
A<'cepted und adopted as follows:
Yeas—Aid. Allan, Asne. Harnett,
Blell Burton, Cranshaw, DM, Kills,
Field, Krelwald, Gllnnan, Guthard.
Hindle, Jakel, Keating, Kocher,
Krnnmel, Kronk, Kuna, l.empke,
l.lttleitcld, Nowc Owen, Itlchert,
Robinson, Rollo, flutter. Hchrmansky.
S> hultx, Starkey, Stefanowskl, Y'er
nor, Wart«>ll, Wensel. W. J. Willson,
Wing, Zoeller und the President Pro
Tem—3B.
Naya—None.
Liquor Regulation.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen: To your Committee on
Liquor Regulation was referred the
application of Edward K. Wlrth for
transfer from 807 Mt. Klllott avenue
to 158 Woodward avenue. We can see
no objection thereto, and recommend
that raid application be granted.
Respectfully aubmitted,
HH KItM A N LITTLE FI ELD,
t ’ll AS. W BURTON,
JACOB GUTHARD.
M A CRICK J. KEATING,
A. <1 KUNZ.
Accepted and adopted ns follows:
Yeas—Aid. Allan, Asbe. Burnett,
Blell, Horton, Cranshaw, Dill. Kills,
Field, Frelwald, Gllnnan, Guthard,
Hit die, Jakel, Keating, Kocher,
Krlmmel, Kronk, Konx, lu-mpke.
Littlefield, Nr. wc, Owen, Itlchert,
Robinson. Iloilo. Rutter, gchemansky.
Hcliults. Htarkey, McTnnow ski, Y'cr
n »r. War tel I, Wensel, W .1 Willimn,
Wing. Znelier ami the President Pro
Tem—3B.
Nays—None.
Liquor Rggulatlon
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Gentlemen: To your Committee on
Liquor Regulation was referred the
application of August J. Shews for
transfer from 17* Thirty-third street
to *l4 Junction avenue. We can see
no objection thereto, and recommend
that »*uld application be grant'd
Re.pert full v suomit ted.
HH Kit M AN LITTLEFIELD,
• II \ S \\ . BURTON,
\ G KUNZ.
JACOB GUTHARD.
MAURICE J. KEATING.
Accepted and adopted as foils:
Yeas Aid. Allan, Aslve. Barnett,
Blell, Burton, Cranshaw, Dill. 17111a.
Field, Frelwald, Gllnnan, Guthard,
111-idle, Jakel. K nut lug, K-.H*h«w
Kimmel. Kronk, Kunx, Lempke,
I.lllicit* Id, Nowc. Owen, Itlchert,
Robinson, Rcllo, Rutter, Schetnunsky,
Si hulls. Starkey, Stefancwskl, Ver
n.x. YVartill. Wensel, W. J. Willson,
Wing. Zoeller and the President Pro
Tein—SS
Nays—Non*.
Liquor Regulation.
To the floi.oral le the Common Council .
Gentlemen: —To your Committee on
Liquor Regulation wae referred the
application of William C. Woytta for
transfer from 408 Alfred street to 11
State street. 6Ve can see no objec
tion thereto, and recommend that said
application be granted.
Respectfully submitted.
SHERMAN LITTLEFIELD.
CM AS W. BURTON.
JACOB GUTHARD.
MAURICE J. KEATING,
A G KUNZ.
Adopted us follows:
Yeas—Aid. Allan, Ashe. Barnett.
Blell, Burton, Cranshaw, Dill, Ellis,
Field. Frelwald, Gllnnan, Guthard.
Hindle, Jakel, Keating, Kocher,
Krlmmel. Kronk, Kunx, lempke,
Littlefield, Nowc. Owen, lllchert,
Robinson. Rollo, Butter, ffrhemansky,
Schultz. Starkey, Stefanowskl. 6’er
n>r WarteU, 66ensel, 66". J. 66 lllson.
6Ving. Zoeller and the President Pro
Tem- 18.
Naya—None.
Liquor Regulation.
To the Honorable the Common Council:
Oentlemen;-»-To your Committee on
Liquor Regulation was referred the
application of Frederick Sauck, for
transfer from 82 Mack avenue to 733
Rivard street. We can see no objec
t.on thereto, and recommend that said
application he granted.
Respectfully submitted.
SHERMAN LITTLEFIELD,
( HAS. W. BURTON.
JACOB GITTHARD,
MAURICE J. KEATING.
A. G. KUNZ
Adopted as follows:
Y'eas—Aid. Allan. Ashe, Barnett,
Blell. Burton, Cranahaw, Dill, lCtlte.
Field. Frelwald. Gllnnan. Guthard,
llindle. Jakel. Keating, Kocher.
Krlmmel. Kronk, Kuna, Lempk*-.
Llttl* Held, Nowc. Owen. Rlchert,
Robinson. Rollo, Rutter, S< hemansky,
Schulta. Htarkey. Stefanowskl V>r
nnr. WarteU, Wenael, 6\\ J. Willson.
VY'lng, Zoeller and the President Pro
Tein —38.
Nay*—Non*.
Liquor Regulation.
To the Ifot.oralle the Common Council:
Gentlemen:—To your Committee on
Liquor Regulation waa referred the
application of Harry C. Wilson, for
transfer from 73 Woodward avenue
to 133 Hammond avenue. 6V# can aee
n • objection thereto, and recommend
that aald application he granted.
Respectfully suhmlttrd.
SHERMAN LITTLEFIELD.
CHAS W. RURTON.
JACOB OUTHARD,
MAURICE J. KEATING,
A. G. KI'NZ
Adopted aa followa:
Y<>as—Aid. Allan, Aahe, Barnett.
Blell, Burton, Cranshaw, Dill. Kills,
Field, Frelwald Ollnnan, Out hard,
Hindle. Jakel, Keating, Kocher,
Krlmmel. Kronk. Kuna, lempke.
Little field. Now*-. Owen, Rlchert.
Robinson. Rollo. Rutter, Hchemaneky,
Schulta. Starkey. Stefanowskl. 6’er
nor, Warfcll. wensel, 6V. J. 6V’lllson,
66’tng, Zoeller and the President Pro
Tent—B9.
Nays—None.
Regglutlena and Ordinances.
SKC'OND 6VAIID.
By Aid. Burton.
%N ORDINANCE te amend an erdl
nnnee entitled "An ordinance te
nmend an ardlnnnee entitled *%n
ordinance ts nmend nn eedtaanee
entitled ‘An ardlnnnee te amend
Meet Inn 1 Chapter HH, nf tke Cam
piled Ordinances nf tke CHy n# De
troit far tke year IPtS.’ aa amend-
IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY
THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF
DETROIT;
■ectlon 1. That an ordinance
{entitled "An ordinance to amend
an ordinance entitled. ’An ord|-
4 nance to amend an ordinance en.
Ii tilled An ordinance to amend
4 Bectlon 2, Chapter I*7. °* Ih*
7 Compiled Oidlnances of the City
8 of Detrtot foif the year 1913,' aa
9 amended." be' and the same la
in hereby amended to read as fol
-11 Iowa:
13 He<. 3 No saloon where splr
-13 ttuous, Intoxicating or malt li
lt quote are sold as a beverage shall
IS hereafter be established and
I*l maintained within the territory
17 within the limits of the City of
13 J*etrolt clesi rlhed as all that por.
I* tlon of the city bounded on the
20 north by the northerly line of the
21 Second ward, on the east by the
22 easterly line of the Second ward,
23 on the south by the southerly
34 City Limits, und on the west hy
26 the westerly line of the Second
28 ward tthe dividing line between
27 the Second and Fourth wards),
28 excepting so much of said herein
29 restricted portion as Is bounded
'3O as follows. Commencing at a
i3l point ut the intersection of the
i32 center lines of YVoodward and
.13 Charlotte avenues; thence west.
31 erly along the center line of
!35 Charlotte avenue to a point 360
38 f««t distant westerly from the
1 37 westerly line of Woodward even
-31 ue; theme northerly on a line
33 parallel with the westerly line of
|o Woodward avenue to the center
41 line of a public alley north of and
42 (tarallel to Charlotte avenue;
43 thence easterly along the cen
-4 4 ter line of said public alley to
45 the center of a public alley first
46 west of and parallel to 66 oodward
47 avenue; thence southerly along
48 the center line of said public al
-49 ley to R point 100 feet distant
60 northerly’ from the northerly line
51 of Charlotte avenue; thence east.
153 erly on u line puraltel with the
63 north line of Charlotte avenue to
54 the center line of 66'oodward ave
-55 nue; thence southerly along the
68 center line of Woodward avenue
67 to the plac* of beginning: also
58 excepting lots 19 30. 31. 2-. .3
69 and 24 ul block U) Governor and
80 Judge's Plan, In the City of le
-81 trolt, being known os the Btatler
82 Hotel site; also excepting all
83 that part of lot 4. Military Re
-84 serve, sub'd b>’ Corporation aou.h
86 side of Congress street, known as
88 91 Griswold street; also excepting
87 all that part of lot 23, Cass West.
88 ern Addition to the City of De
-89 trolt. between Chicago and Oram*
70 River roads, by Lewis < ass, 1161,
71 known as 132 Michigan avenue:
72 also excepting all tnat part of
73 lot 57. block 8. Governor and
7 4 Judge's Plan, known as 111-183
75 Griswold strest; also ** ce t .f
78 all that part of lot 20, block 48,
77 Cass Western Addition to the
78 City of Detroit, between the l hi.
7# .ago and Grand River roads, by
80 Lewis Cass. 1851. known as 143
Ml Michigan avenue. Also excepting
82 the following described parcel of
M3 land: The south half of lot 35 and
Ml west li> feet of south half of lot
M. 6 34 subdivision of Park lots n,
Mi, 78. 79 ami 78 Detroit. Wayne
87 County. Michigan Also excepting
88 all that part of lot 81. . b,w<k *•
89 Governor and Judge s I isn.
90 known «s 178 Shelby street: also
~1 excepting lot 4. Governor sand
92 Judge’s Plan, north side of MU hi.
**3 gan avenue, premises'known as
94 30 Michigan avenue; also except
-95 ting all that of ~ otr * n « res«
96 tary Reserve north of Congress
97 street, known as 98 6Vayne street.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall
2 take Immediate effect.
Read twice by title, ordered print
ed and referred to Committee on Liq
uor Regulation.
THIRD WARD.
Bv Aid. Barnett: . _ .. „
Resolved. That the Corporation
CounnH and li* I* h*r*n> re
quested to advise this body as to the
steps necessary to provide for the
acquisition ami municipal ownership
and operation of telephones within
the city of Detroit.
Adopted.
SEVENTH WARD
IB Aid Hindle:
Resolved. That 66 m. < . Ziegler, -4
t Junior. Street, be and Is hereby
ur& titnermlEElnn to op#*ratf• .ftfpH
nese bowling alley without a license.
Adopted.
NINTH 6VARD.
By ni\'oD the Public Lighting
Commission be and Is hereby re
quested to cause arm light to be
erected iii alley between 66 aterlou
and Gratiot and Dequlndre and St.
Aubln.
Adopted.
By Aid. Jakel: .
Resolved. That the Department of
public Works be and is hereby re
quested to repair curb southeast cor
ner of Jay and St. Aubln. also on
southeast corner of Antletam and St.
Aubln.
Adopted.
T6VELFTII WARD.
By Aid. Cranshaw:
Resolved, That permission be and
Is hereby granted to John Roper to
maintain barber pole between side
walk and curb during business hours.
In front of 107 Third street, with
the understanding that said pole Is
to be removed from street outelde of
business hours.
Adopted.
By Aid. Cranshaw:
Resolved, That the Commissioner
of Police be and Is hereby requested
to station a traffic officer at the in
ttPMfttnn of Wfit Grind Doultvarn
and Dexter Boulevard to regulate
the volume of automobile and other
vehicle traffic that throng those busy
thoroughfares where danger of ac
cident Is always Imminent unless
properly regulated.
Adopted.
THIRTEENTH 66’ARD.
By Aid. Lempke:
Resolved, That Hugo Neuman, who
resides at No. 44 Moran street, be
and he Is hereby appointed a mem
ber of the Board of Registration of
the Sixth District of the Thirteenth
Ward In place of 6Valter Herbal, who
has moved out of the ward.
Adopted.
THIRTEENTH WARD.
15y Aid. Kocher:
Resolved, That the Detroit United
Railway be. and Is hereby directed
to Install on the Harper avenue car
line as speedily as possible, up-to
date cars, for the reason that thoae
row In service are not only unsani
tary and dilapidated, but are a posi
tively dangerous menace to patrons
because of thslr shaky condition and
the majority of thoae In operation be
ing discards that would not be toler
ated elsewhere.
Adopted.
FIFTEENTH WARD
By Aid. Rutter and Ellis:
Resolved, That the Department of
Public Works be. and In hereby di
rected to draw a warrant In favor of
L G. Schwarts In the sum of {>.oo,
and I*. O. Hchug In the sum of 13 00.
said sums being the amounts to which
they are entitled on permits Nos.
69707, 87335 and *7139 which have
been lost.
Adopted as follows:
Yeas—Aid. Allan, Asbe. Barnett,
Bleil, Burton, Cranshaw, Dill, Kills,
Field, Frelwald, Gllnnan, Guthard,
Hindle, Jakel. Keating, Kochar,
Krlmmel. Kronk, Kuna, Lsmpks,
Littlefield, Nr wr Owen, Rlchert,
Robinson, Rollo, Rutter, Hchemaneky.
Schulta Strrkey, Stafanowskl, Var
nor. 6Varfell, Wemel, W. J. Willson,
Wing, Zoeller and th* 'President Pro
Tem —lB,
Nays—None,
By Aid. Ellis and Rutter:
Resolved, That the Department of
l übllc Works he, and Is hereby re
quested to consider the advisability
or paving Sherwood avenue from Har
per to Miller with cedar blocks on
concrete foundation, under the |IOO,-
moo clause of th# Charter.
Adopted.
SIXTEENTH WARD.
Ily Aid. Kronk:
Resolved, That the Detroit United
Railway be, and la hereby requested
to repair the pavement between the
tracks at the Intersection of Dlx and
Junction avenue.
Adopted.
By Aid Dill:
Uesolved. That the Corporation
Counsel he and Is hereby Instructed
to draft at ordinance which will ao
emend an ordinance governing traf
fic rondltlon9 on the respective boule
vards In the City under the super
vision of the Park and Boulevard De
partment. that will permit the con
duct of funerals In and over said
boulevards.
Adopted.
By Aid. Dill:
Ax lllt»l\Aqt K «# amend an srd»-
■mes ratified aa aedtaaaag ta
ame ad lertlea I (m) at aa
nan** entitledi -ts eedlaaaee ta
amend •eeftaaa Mai, ltlii, Me»,
«ld>. Met. 14*1, Mai. Kbl. Mil,
DETROIT TIMES
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Ordleaacee us the 4 lt> es Detroit
fee the year 11*04 aad alee by add
ins new eeetleaa thereto te he
keen a mm Mertleae lit) and llwl.
approved Jane 7. IPIO.
IT IH HEREBY ORDAINED BY
THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF DE
TROIT:
Section 1. That an ordinance
2 entitled an ordinance to amend
3 Section Km) of an ordinance en
-4 titled: “An ordinance to amend
3 Heel lons Ha). 1(b), 1(c), l<d).
8 ID). Ilf), tig), lib). HI). HJ).
7 Ilk), 1(1), Km). Hnl, Ho). I(P>.
8 Hq), Hr). 1(a), 1 (t> and Hu), of
9 Chapter 146 of the Compiled Ordl
-10 nances of the City us Detroit
11 for the year 1901 and alao l»y add
-12 Ing new sectlona thereto to t>e
13 known aa Sections l(v) and
14 Kw)," approved June 7, 1910. be
16 and the same Is hereby amended
18 to read aa follows:
Sec. l(m). The fire limits of
2 the City of Detroit shall alao
3 Include all that aecthm of the
4 City described within the follow
-6 Ing limits, to-wlt: Commencing
• at a point on the center line of
7 Minnie street where said renter
8 line Intersects the southerly
9 right-of-way of the 66 r abaah rall
-10 road, thence westerly along aald
11 southerly right-of-way line to the
12 center line of Clark avenue.
13 thence southerly along the center
14 line of Clark avenue to the center
16 line, extended, of the public al
-18 ley first north of West .Teffer
-17 son avenue, thence westerly
18 along the center line of the pub
-19 l|c alley first north of 6Veat Jes
-20 ferson avsnue to the center line
21 of Moore street; thence westerly
22 along a line 120 feet distant
23 northerly at right angles from
24 the northerly line of West Jes
-25 ferson avenue to the westerly
28> city limits; thence along aald
27 westerly city limits to the Na
il tlonal boundary line; thence
29 easterly along said National
30 Itoumlnry line to the center line
31 of Minnie street, extended, south
-32 erly; thence northerly along the
33 center line of Minnie street, ex
-34 tended, to the point of begin
-35 ning—excepting so much of said
38 herein restricted portion as is
37 bounded as followa: Commenc
-38 Ing at the Intersection of the
39 westerly boundary of private
40 claim 39 and the southerly line
41 ut West Jefferson avenue; thence
42 In a southerly direction on a line
43 parallel with the westerly line of
44 said private claim 39 to the har
-45 bor fine of the Detroit river;
48 thence In an easterly direction
47 along said harbor line to the
4x point of Intersection of said har
-49 bor line with the westerly line
60 of private claim 30. If extended
51 southerly, thence north on said
52 westerl.v line of private claim
53 30. to the point of Intersection
54 of aald westerly line and the
35 southerly line of West Jefferson
51 avenue; thence west on the
57 southerly line of West Jefferson
58 avenue to the place of beginning.
59 Also le.ts Five t 5) and Six D»)
*»8 of McMillans Subdivision, eilu
-61 ated on the North Side of West
62 Jefferson avenue, between Green
63 and Cottrell avenues, excepting
64 als«e the following described par
-65 ic) of land: The east 9 feet of
66 lota 11 and 12. 66'altcr Crane
67 farm, situated on the North Side
68 of Jefferson ertue, between
69 Campbell and Junction.
Sec. 2. This ordinance shall
3 take immediate effect.
Read twice by title, ordered printed
and referred to Committee on Fire
Prole* tlon.
SEVENTEENTH WARD.
Hy Aid Krlmmel:
Resolved. That the Department of
Public 66 oiks he. and Is hereby re
quested to consider Hie advisability
of paving Kercheval avenue, from
<Jr*> It* Flai l avenues, w itli hi ick on
concrete foundation, under the fbOit,-
con clause of the charter.
Adopted.
TWENTY-FIRST WARD.
By Aid. Starkey:
Resolved, That the Department of
Public Works he. and ts hereby re
quested to consider the advisability
of paving Kdlle avenue from eaat
curb line Montclair to west curb line
Vanilla with nsphalt concrete on cop.
Crete foundation, under the |60V,m60
clause of the Charter.
Adopted.
Py Aid. Keating; *
Resolved, That so much of resolu
tion adopted March 28, 1916, ordering
the paving of alley (K. ami 6V.) be
tween Second. Woodward. Hazelwood
and Taylor avenues, be, and the aarne
Is hereby rescinded as a petition has
now been presented for the paving of
all alleys in the block.
Adopted as follows:
Yeas- Aid Allan, Ashe. Barnett,
Bleil. Burton, Cranahaw, Dill, Kills,
Field, Frelwald, Gllnnan, Guthard,
Hindle, Jakel, Keating, Kocher,
Krimn.el. Kionk, Kunx, I^empke.
Llttl* field, Nowc Owen, Rl« hert.
Robinson, Rollo, Butter, Schemansky,
Sch nits, Starkey, Stefanowskl, 6Vr
nnr, 6Vartcll, Wenxel, 66’. J. \6*il!son,
VV ing, Zoeller and the President Pro
Tem—sß.
Nays—None.
By Aid Keating:
Resolved, That so much of resolu
tion adopted April 18th, 1916, as re
fers to the paving of "H" alley
bounded by Third. Second, Elizabeth
uitd Plum streets on sanitary grounds,
he, and the same is hereby rescinded
and declared void.
Adopted as follows:
V* us—Aid. Allan, Ashe, Barnett,
Bleil, Burton, Cranshaw, Dill, Kills,
Field, Freiwnld, Gllnnan, Guthard,
Hindle, Jakel, Keating, Kocher,
Krlmmel. Kionk, Kunx, Isunpke,
Littlefield, Nowc, Gwen, Itlchert.
ltuhii'snn, Rollo. Jtutt»r, Kcloinansky.
Schulta, Starkey, Stefanowskl, 6Vr
nor, WarteU, 6Veniel, 66\ J. 6Vlllson,
Wing, Zoeller and the President J’ro
Tem—-38.
Naya—None.
To tbe Honorable the Common Council:
General Coleman du Pont, chair
man of the Hoard of Councillors of
the National Highways Commission,
v’lll address the Board of Commerce
Thursday noon, April 27. 1916, and
between the hours of four and six In
the afternoon of the same day an in
formal reception will be tendered him
at the Pnntchartraln Hotel.
You and your friends are cordially
Invited to be present at both func
tion*
Very respectfully.
6VILLIAM C. MANCHESTER.
Communication received and Invita
tion accepted.
And the Council then adjourned
until Saturday, April 29, at 7 p in.
JOHN C. LODGE.
President Pro Tem.
RICHARD LINDSAY.
<’ity (’lerk.
■AY CITY A BATTLE CREEK
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Detroit. Mich.. April 3. 1316.
Notice la hereby given that a spe
cial maatlng of the stockholders of
the Bay City A Battle Creek Railway
Company will be held at the principal
offloe of the company, Room 803. L If
teenth Street Pasaenger Station. De
troit. Mich., on Thursday, the Ith day
of Juna, 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m . for
the purpose of considering and auth.
or I sing the sale of the railroad, rights
and franchises of this company to
The Michigan Centrsi Railroad Com
pany and such other matters and
things aa may be Incident to or nec
essary or appropriate to be done In
connection therewith.
By order of the Board of Dlreetora
D. W. PARDEE.
Secretary.
BATTLE CREEK « PTtTRGIS
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Detroit, Mich.. April 3, l»l«.
Notice Is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of
th\ Battle Creek A Sturgis Railway
Company will be held at the princi
pal office of the company. Room SSt,
Fifteenth Street Passenger Station,
Detroit, Mich., on Thursday, the Bth
day of June, lilt. at 10 •’clock a. m..
for the purpose of considering and
authorising the sale of part or all of
the railroad, rights and franchises of
this company to The Michigan Cen
tral Railroad Company and snch oth
ar matters and things as may he in
cident to or necessary or appropriate
to bs dons In Connection therewith
By order of the Board of Director*
D. W. PARDEE,
Secretary.
«PMRw*^«giLßL
vims sast kind ■ earn
la right-—-Times Job Dcei—Main I8»
HIM MItUIUAN (tfNTHJM. RAIU
HtlAI) < OMI*ANV.
Detroit, Jtllch.. April s. IJlb.
Nolle* la h.ieny given that a ape
ettal meeting of the atorkliolilws of
Th« Midilgun Central Railroad Com
pany will be held at the principal
office or ih« company, Hoorn 302, Fif
teenth Street I’uaaenger station, De
troit, Mich., on Thursday, the Bth day
of June. D'lfl. at 10 o'clock a. m , far
the | urpoae of considering and uuth
orlrlng th« purchase of part or all of
the railroad* rights and franchises
of the following named railroad com
panies, to-wlt: Hay City 4 Hattie
Creek Railway Company, Battle
Creek & Sturgis Railway Company,
Canada Southern llrldge Company;
Chicago, Kalamazoo A Saginaw Rail
way Company, Detroit 4 Bay City
Railroad Company. Detroit Belt Line
Railroad. The Detroit * Cbarlovolx
Railroad Company, The r»etrolt. Del
ray 4 Dearborn Railroad Company,
Detroit, Toledo 4 Milwaukee Rail
f'oad Company. The Grand River VaJ
ey Railroad Company, Jackson, I.an
-5 In* 4 Saginaw Railroad Company,
oliat 4 Northern Indiana Knllroad
Company, Kulamnzoo 4 South Haven
Railroad Company, Lapsing Transit
Railway Company. Michigan Air Line
Railroad Company. St. Clair 4 West
ern Railroad Company, and The Toledo,
Canada Southern & Detroit Railway
Company; and such other matters and
things a* may he Incident to or nec
essary or appropriate to be done In
eonnectlon tturewlth.
By order of the Board of Dlrectora
D. W. PARDFE.
Secretary.
CANADA SOITHKRN BRIDGE
COMPANY.
Detroit. Mich.. April I, I*lß.
Notice Is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of
the Canada Southern Bridge Company
will be held at the principal office
of the company. Room 808, Fifteenth
Street Passenger Station. Detroit.
Itch., on Thursday, the Bth day or
June. 1818, at 10 o'clock a. m„ for the
riurpose of considering and authori
ng the sale of the railroad, rights
and franchises or this company to
The Michigan Central Railroad Com
pany and such other matters and
things as may be Incident to or nec
essary or appropriate to be done la
connection therewith.
By order of the Board of Directors.
D. W. PARDEE.
Secretary.
■ 1 v
DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS.
DETROIT. April 21, 1918
PROPOSALSFOR PAVING
STREETS ANO ALLEYS
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office or the Department of Pub
lic Works. Detroit. Mich., until Thurs
day, April 27. 1918, at 10 o'clock a.
m.. Eastern Standard time, at which
time and place they will be opened,
for furnishing all the labor and ma
terial and paving the streets and
alley* named below, within the lim
its mentioned in the City of Detroit,
with the styles of pavement slated.
Asphalt Concrete
Note- Bidders must submit samples
of tlie asphalt and flu King oil pro
posed to he used, along with the
bids, samples of asphalt. 10 pounds;
of oil, one gallon.
LEWERENZ AYTS (Paving)
From the north line *if Fort to the
south curb line of Regular. 26 feet
wide, with asphaltic concrete (Nat
ural Lake Asphalt I on 6-inch con
crete foundation paving.
FISKE AY’E. (Paving)
From the north i urb line of
Dwight boulevard to the south curh
line of Jefferson, 26 feet wide, wlt.i
asphaltic concrete (Natural Lake
Asphalti on 6-inch concrete founda
tion paving.
HARRINGTON AVE.
(Paving)
From the north line of Jefferson to
the south curb line of Houth street,
26 feet wide, with asphaltic concrete
(Natural Lake Asphalt; on 6-ineh,
concrete foundation paving.
MARTIN AVE. (Paving)
From the North curb line of South
ern to the north curb line of Clay
ton, 26 feet wide, with Asphaltic
concrete (Natural Lake Asphalt 1 on
6-lnch concrete foundation paving.
One-Coarse Concrete.
ALLEY’ 598 (Paving)
"T" alley In block between St.
Clair, Hamilton, Jefferson and Ker
oheval, I*. 20 and 2t feet wide, with
new one-course concrete paving.
ALLEY' 599 (Paving)
All alleya In block between Run
sell, Ulopelle. Gratiot and High, 13.77,
15 and 20 feet wide, with bne-courae
concrete paving.
ALLEY 600 (Paving)
AH alleya In block hetween Third,
Second. Hancock and Warren, 18,
18.30 Htiil 27.88 ft. wide, with one
course concrete paving.
ALLEY 601 (Paving)
"T" alley In block between Brush,
Bcaublen. Superior and Willis, 13
and 20 feet wide, with one-course
concrete paving.
ALLEY 602 (Paving)
N. and S. alley In block between
Hastings and itivard, from the north
line of Hendrle to the south curb of
Medhury, 18 ft. wide, with one-course
concrete paving.
ALLEY 603 (Paving)
N. and 8. alley first east of and
parallel to Fourth from the north
line of Jones to the south line of
Beech, 14.7 feet wide, with one
course concrete paving.
ALLEY 604 (Paving)
In block between Fourth. Third,
Howard and Abbott, SO feet wide,
with one-course concrete paving.
ALLEY 605 (Paving)
The first and second alleys west
of and parallel to Grandy In the
block bounded by (’bene, flrandy.
Forest and Hancock, 15 and 18 feet
wide, with one-courso concrete pav
ing.
LEWERENZ AVE. (Paving)
Assessment Estimates.
1.571 cu. yds. excavation.
4,263 lineal feet of curbstone (new)
straight.
6,167.67 an. yds. asphaltic concrete
(Natural Lake Asphalt) on 6-Inch
concrete paving.
114.64 cu. yds concrete under and
behind curb.
City Estimates.
147 cu. yds. excavation.
66 lineal feet of new curbstone
(straight).
26.1 t lineal feet of new curbstone
In (4-4’ R. Med.) circles, furnished
by contractor.
213.97 sq. yds. asphsltlc concrete
(Natural Lake Asphalt) on 6-Inch
concrete paving.
6.71 cu. yds. concrete under and
behind curb.
170 lineal feet of retaining stone,
old Medina curb may be used
FISKE AVE. (Paving)
AaseanUent Estimate*.
1.860 cu. yds. excavation.
3.091.83 ltnral feet of curbstone
(newt straight
4,4*5 98 s<|. yds. asphaltic concrete
(Natural Hake Asphalt) on 8-Inch
concrete foundation paving.
•2.71 cu. yds. concrete under and
behind curb.
City Estimates.
67 cu. yds. excavation
98 44 lineal feet of new curbstone
(straight).
61 84 lineal fret Off new curbstone
In (4-10’ Med.) circles furnished by
contractor.
209.68 so. yds. asphaltic concrete
(Natural Lake Asphalt) on f-lnch
concrete foundation paving.
4 28 cu. under and
behind curb.
HARRINGTON AVE.
(Paving)
Assessment Estimates.
P 596 cu. vds. excavation.
%144.J] lineal feet of <-urh*t*>w*
ta«W» Straight.
8,686 51 sq yds. as(iligltlr r»n
•refs (Natural I<*k* Asphalt) on 6-
Inch lottcrete founds;lon mi* log
62.7 1 cu. yds. concrete unde and
behind curb.
City Estimates.
I<i7 cu. y«la. excavation.
?2 linen 1 feet of new curbstone
(straight).
28 1? lineal feet of new curbstons
In i l-l l{. Med.) circles, furnished by
contractor.
2d.'.. 18 #i»|. yds. asphaltic concrete
(Natural Lake Asphalt) on 6-tnch
concrete foundation paving
569 cu. yds. concrete under and
behind curb.
133 04 lineal feet of retaining stone,
old Medina curh may be used.
MARTIN AVE. (Paving)
Aaaosameut Estimate*.
2.075 cu. yds. excavation.
2.360.63 lineal feet of curbstone
(new) straight.
3.409.80 sq. yds. asphaltic concrete
(Natural Lake Asphalt) on 6-lnch
concrete foundation paving
63.15 cu. yds. concrete under and ■
behind curb.
City Estimates.
236 cu. yds. excavatlo v
160 94 lineal feet of new curbstons
(straight).
4 47.69 s<|. yds asphaltic concrete
(Natural Lake Asphalt) on 6-lnch
concrete foundation paving.
902 cu. yds. concrete under and
behind curb.
176.26 lineal feet of retaining stone,
old Medina curb may be used.
ALLEY 598 (Paving)
AsstMßicMt Estimates.
83S cu. yd*. excavation
2.920.21 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
2.222 lineal feet of retaining pank
2x6-incb.
City Estimates.
33 cu. yds. excavation.
12.56 lineal feet of curbstone In
(2-4’ R. Med.) circles, furnished by
city, set by contractor.
84 98 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
1:57 cu. yds. concrete under and
behind curb.
46 lineal feet of retaining stone,
old Medina curb may be used.
ALLEY 599 (Paving)
Assessment (estimates.
832 cu. yds. excavation.
856.23 sq. yds. qpe-courae concrete
paving.
436 lineal feet of retaining plank
2x6-tach.
City Estimates.
9 cu. yds. excavation.
16.67 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
ALLEY 600 (Paving)
Assessment Estimates.
6f>6 cu. yds. excavation.
2,239.11 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
1,752 lineal feet of retaining plank
2x6-lnch.
City Katlmatea.
16 cu. yds. excavation.
56.22 sq. yds. one-course concret#
paving.
ALLEY 601 (Paving)
Assessment Estimates.
262 cu. yds. excavation.
723.67 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving
472 lineal feet of retaining plank
2x6-mch.
City Estimates.
14 cu. yds. excavation.
25.12 lineal feet of curbstone In
(4-1’ R.) circles, furnished by City,
set by contractor.
50.64 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
1.53 cu. yds. concrete under and be
hind curb.
32 Jin»>a| feet of retaining stone, old
Medina curb may be used.
ALLEY 602 (Paving)
Assessment Estimates.
291 cu. yds. excavation
646 12 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
481 lineal feet of retaining plank
3x6-inch.
City Estimates.
16 cu. vds. excavation.
12.56 lineal feet of curbstone In
(2-4' R.) circle*, furnished by city,
sot by contractor.
40. 16 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
1.19 cu. yds. concrete under and
behind curb.
32 lineal feet of retaining stone,
old Medina curb may he used.
ALLEY 603 (Paving)
Assessment Estimates.
90 cu. yds. excavation
261.3 J sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
200 lineal feet of retaining plank
2x6-lnch.
City Estimates.
(NONE.)
ALLEY 604 (Paving)
Assessment Estimates.
234 cu. yds. excavation.
666.67 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
319 lineal feet of retaining plank
2x6-tneh.
City Estimates.
ALLEY 605 (Paving)
AftMCHMiiiriit Katlmatea.
401 cu. yds. excavation.
1.2J4.63 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
1.260 lineal feet of retaining plank
2x6-inch.
t'lty Estimates.
31 cu. yds. excavation.
85 sq. yds. one-course concrete
paving.
2.41 cu. yds. concrete under and be.
hind curb.
9o lineal feet of retaining stone,
old Medina curb may be used.
The time to be set in the contracts
for the completion of the above pav
ing jobs shall be as follows:
Lewerenz Ave July 1, 1916
Fiske Ave July 1, 1016
Harrington Ave .July 1. 1916
Martin Ave July 1, 1916
Martin Ave July 1, 1016
Alley 508 June 15, 1016
Alley 6#9 June 16, 1016
Alley 600 June 15. 1916
Alley 601 June 15, 1016
Alley 602 June 15, 1916
Alley 603 June IS, 1016
Alley 604 June 15, 1016
Alley 605 June 15. 1916
Said streets and alleys to be paved
according to the specifications for
asphaltic concrete adopted January
25. 1916, one-course concrete adopted
February 23, 1915; also the estimates
of the City Engineer as above, and
the charter and ordinances of the
City- of Detroit.
Bidders will state the price per
cubic yard for excavation, price per
lineal foot of curbing, price per
square yard for paving or concreting,
and price per lineal foot for retain
ing plank or atone, etc.
Bids will only be received for the
entire of the work or material for
any street or section of street, as per
quantities stated In the estimates and
the bid will be accepted which is the
lowest on aggregating the above
details regardless of any error of ex.
tensions or footings made by bidders.
Bidders must deposit with bids en
closed In separate envelope a certi
fied check payable to the order of the
Department of Public Works of the
City of Detroit, as follows:
Lewerenz Ave |t,7t)ft
Fiske Ave. 1,300 00
Harrington Ave 900 00
Martin Ave 1,000 00
Alley 598 400 00
Alley 599 100 00
Alley 600 300 00
Alley 601 100 00
Alley 601 H)(t 00
Alley 603 40 00
Alley 604 JOO 00
Aliev 605 JOO 00
Which sum will be forfeited to the
CHv of Detroit In case the bidder
falls to enter Into contract, subject to
confirmation of the Common Council
within five days after the acceptance
of his tender by the Department of
Public Works.
The bidder whose tender Is ac
cepted will be required to furnish
with his contract an approved surety
company bond to the City of Detroit
In the full amount of the contract
rrloe for the work conditioned on the
ul) and faithful performance of his
port of the contract.
The contractor shall he paid In
bonds for first paving or the proceeds
thereof. If such bonds are purchased
by the Alnklng Fund Commissioners,
according to law.
No hid wilt bo accepted from any
person or firm who Is In arrears or
default to the City of Detroit.
Specifications It. details for the
above work may he had on applica
tion to th* secretary,
The Department *>f Public Works
expressly reserve* the right to reject
any nr all proposal*.
All proposal* shall be ma«Je In
duplicate.
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TOO MANY GARDEN TOOLS A H
WASTE OF TIME AND MONO
By PROF. SPADE.
It han been said that a roan cast
ashore on an island with a rake,
hoe and spade could feed himself
fairly well.
The kitchen gardener needs all of
theae and few more. It la a waste
of time, apace and money to buy a
lot of tools.
You will need a fork spade. Get
a good one, as you should do when
buying any garden tool, for they
will laat many seasons if properly
cared for. With a fairly sharp fork
spade you can turn over the ground
comparatively easy—but be sure
you dig deeply. A mistake many
garden beginners make is in turn
ing over only two or three inches
of the top soil. Dig the spade in
as far as it will go, carefully get
ting some of the manure or other
fertilizer burled under each space
fill.
You will need a hoe to break up
dods you-haven’t broken with the
spade, and later to cultivate your
plants. The rßke further reduces
the size of the clods. At the begin
Golden Suffrage Car With Crusaders and Jj
Evening Gowns Starts 15,000-Mile Tog H
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NEW YORK, April 2«.—Look out
for the "Oolden war car’* of the
woman suffrage party!
I>rtven by Mrs. Alice 8. Burke
and Miss Nell Richardson of the
National American Woman Suffrage
association, the little automobile
NOTICE-ALLEY PAVING
ASSESSMENT
BOARD OF ABBEBBORB OFFICE
Detroit. April 26. 1916
PavinK Notice No. 1962.
To Walter 1? Williams, Joseph 8
Bradford, Kthallne B. Krumm, F. C.
Bury, Adelaide B. Palmer, Bernice L.
■ Hang, K. A. Beatcher. Charles Kot
i ting, John J. «in MU. Clara C. Water
man. Julia F. Owen. Philip Cronbadt.
I John Boydell, Edward It. Vlger, \n
nle Riley, Jasper C. Oates, Jacob F.
1/cwls, John Welsh. Anna .VI Doughty,
Herbert W. Noble, Hugh Wallace,
Hattie Weill, and to nil other persons
owning, occupying or otherwise in
terested In any or the Jof* and par
cels of real estate in the local as
sessment district established by the
Common Council to defray the ex
penses of grading and paving the al
ley within the boundaries herein set
forth.
The assessment roll has been com -
pleted f..r defraying the expense of
paving the alley No. 6.13. being (!■•
east and west alley between Second,
Woodward. Seward avenues and Vir
ginia Park, and is row open to In
spection at this office, and will ie
main In this office for five days from
the first publication of this notice
for the inspection of all concerned.
All lots or parcels of land abutting
on. or adjoining the alley so describ
ed have been assessed for such Im
provement
The Hoard of Assessors will meet
on Tuesdjv. the 2nd day of Mir, 1916, I
h» 9 o'clock s m.. st their office in '
the Cit.t Hall, and will remain In
session for a period of six hours to
hear any person or persons desiring
to object to any assessment so made
BOARD OK \HyKM*oRX,
By OUHTAVE J. ALBRECHT.
B 713 l'r**>d««L
niug let every gardener mgfeKHii
clod his enemy and get rid jjjlHS
as he should do later on witK |Hj|H
weed. ! ; '0
Other tools you should tUtfaSHH
which in some instances you MInH
without, include a spring mm
weeder, a trowel, a dipper, iSH
pump for insecticide spraytQgaflm
a bellows for dusting plant*, ")mB
kitchen gardeners have gottmijlfl .' !\
well without the two last MltjlSj
An imposing gathering of
Ists in missionary work will btjj|||
Men’s National Miaalon4r|r , *p
gross which is to be held la |
ington during the four days 4jm||
ning today. The eongreas la to mi|
the climax of the scries of
missionary moveihent conTgttMM
which have been held
the country during the paat gßMfim
Two hundred members of
mis Manufacturers'
to give a dinner in
night to the Illinois delefailflH
Congress and present to
plan for preparedness and a #WbMB
r.t nt policy for national defeoMbim
has Htarted on the first lap of t
16,000-mile tour which will cun)
the two suffrage crusaders twkg
across the continent. *
Christened with a bottle of gasli,
- . t
line by Mrs. Carrie Chapmaa CRH
national president of the suffrafJMtl!
the tiny machine left New Y*f|
amid a shower of yellow dnltodftt
"We expect to make from 78 Ufc
100 miles a day," said Mrs. mifUiji
"And will arrive in Chicago aad Stfc
Ixhilh in time to attend the sulfrafß
demonstrations there during tbo bi(M
party conventions on June 7 and 14*2
The route lies through
Virginia. Texas, Arizona. Callfdrßft*J
Washington, Montana, Illinois *BdJ|
Ohio." J
The little yellow car is fitted Mia
in a thoroughly feminine
On the back are two yellow tn»n|ULr£
each of which holds one eventagJj
gown, one afternoon gown, SOVgKn
wash frocks and an entire dPtWKI
each of the necessary underwe*£, *jl
"We are taking a little hand
fng machine and a fire less oookef
said Mrs. Burke.
"Yes. 1 can run this maebtiMtl
without any help and without nt£9
ting all messy," she conttnuetl.'"nNjfl
bought one of thoae clown bag sdliil
which just let my feet and, hst|d
through. This is my workl*£*|AjflH
Its of deep pink linen. Yew-etU
see It a mile, particularly wbggf fJ
stand up beside this oaf. ; j‘Jf
The purpose of the long fjfl
to stir up Interest ia the
oust rations which the national- Afitjp;
iraglsts are planning for the Wml
of th* delegates to tto* wife;.;
conventions 1* CttfOßfß ,
umt*. v . '.

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