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a»*. r v A. ft. UrH4«. St A Oakland Ava. K r. Htssls. 2*l Rurlld Ava. East. Joseph M. Qrasladrl. 411 IConroa A frank W. Eoltowakl, 13*7 Campbell Ava _ t Oscar ft. Ouallatta. 146 Trumbull Ava. A. P. Tounr, 163 Urand River Ava. Oacar W. Gorenflo, Washington Ar. cade. „ Moraa A. Aachar. 11l John R f*b A. E Iwifortune. 207 Twelfth St. Raymond L. C. Arnold. <36 Hastings St. David L. Waaon, 667 Jefferson Ava. Respectfully submitted, _ SHERMAN I.IYTI.KKIKT,D. OH A H W. BURTON MAORU'E I KKATINO. JACOB OUTHARD. Ai’cplrd and adopted aa followi. Yaaa—Aid Burton. Crenshaw Dill. Fills, Freivv aid. Outl.ard Itlndlo. JakPl. Krutmc. l.empke. Idttlalla and. Robinson. Iloilo. S.hencxnskv Hchulta. Starkay. st*fanow*kl, Thompson. AV art all. Warn* l. Zink. Koallar and the President l*ro Ten*-—22 And tha Council than adjoiirnad. JOH KPH S< *lt K M ANSKY Praaidant Pr*» Tam. RICHARD UM'SAY. Pity OI»ik. DEPT. OF PUBtIC WORKS. Detroit. Mich., May 6. 111*. PROPOSALS FOR PAVING STREETS AND ALLEYS Baalad proposals will ha received at tha office of th«* Ih partmant of Pub- Ito Work*. Detroit, Mich . until Thura. day. Mn> 11. 191«. at l" o'clock a in.. Eastern Standard tun*, at whlrh time and place they vv 111 tin opened. for f urnlshi hr all Ike labor and material and patina the Ntrectn and nil* yn namad below. within tha limit* men tionad In lha Pity Os flat roll, with tha style** of pavaniant elated. Asphalt Concrete Nota Holdara muat anhinlt samples of tha T*ph»ll and flu.xlnu oil pro posed to l>e lined, aloha with in fad*, nan pie < of asphalt, !« pound*; of oil. one gallon LAMSON PLACE (Paving) From the North Hue of Hnthunn to tha K<-utli I urh line of palllater. Jit feat Wide, with Asphaltic eoneri t« (Natural latke Asphalt) on < eon crate fioind.it lon pavitia VICKSBURG AVE. (Paving) From I lie Wait line of Dexter to tha Kn*t line of Cruiid River 26 feet Wide, with Asphaltic coiierata i\n iural Asphalt t on 6" eon. rale ound.it i.oi paving MAGNOLIA ST. (Paving) From tha W> at line of Flftamth to tha top of Nlope aasl of Vina Wood. It feat weir with Asphaltic concrete (Natural l-ake Asphalt I oti 6" con crete foundation pavlna CHOPIN ST. (Paving) From tlie- North Hue of Michigan to the s< nth . urh line of M.clraw, 26 feat vvld.- with Asphaltic concrete (Natural l-ik’ Asphalt • on <" con crete foundation pavlna. GOLDSER AVE. (Paving) From the North line of t}. T H It to the South line of Ml. hlam avenue, ft feat w ide, with Asphaltic coni rata (Natural laikc Asphalt) on H con crete foundation pavlna MANISTIQUE AVE. (Paving) From th< North t urh line of !■;»»< \ to the South i urh line t« feat wide., with A*|ihalllc concrete (Natue;i| Ijikc Asphalt l .>n 6" con crete foundation paving EAST LAWN AVE. (Paving) From the North line «.f lefTeraon to the South curt, line of Kcrchexal, feat wide, with Asphaltic concrete (Natural la»k< Asphalt i on 6' con crete foutolat ion paving SEWARD AVE. (Paving) From tha West-curb line of Twelfth to the Hast curb line of Fourteenth. 2< feat wide, with Asphaltic con crate t Natural latke A- phalt) on * ’ concrete foundation paving Codar. WATERLOO ST. (Paving) From tha East curb line of laM«v to tha West < urh line of Hart, 21 feat wide, with I'eiinr Mock on 4“ Concrete foundation paving Oae » oitrae I narrate. ALLEY 611 (Paving) Alt allay* In block between Third. Be.'ir.<l \Vaiien and Putnam 17.73. 1* and 24 «S reet w ide, with one course concrete paving ALLEY 6i:> (Paving) In tdock between ll;i«tinga, Rivard Farnsworth and Frederick. 2» feat wid<. with onc-coura* concrete pav ing ALLEY 616 (Paving) Tr Mm k between Hastings, Rivard. Tkr'Mlnri* *nd Ktirnsworth. 20 fe*-t •ride. with one-course concrete pav bil LAMSON PLACE (Paving) laeessment Kullnmlri. 2**< i’ll. >d*. McAvallon. % t's lineal feet <»f curbstone (new) Straight 70 Iv* «<| Vila Asphaltic concrete (Natur.'l A.ophHll) on •” con crete i»a* m* I<ll > ite concrete linger *n<l behind cnrli 4 'll * Kallmate*. .11 i'ii clip excavation 21 llmul feet of new curbstone (air . uhn 31 lineal fret of new curbstone In •- * I •*’ It. M«-il) circle* furnished by I’ontl*■ lor, 4x 1 «i| \fl* Asphaltic concrete <Nu turnl l<«kr Asphalt) <*n 6" con crete p.»v In* 1 Ik ni, yils concrete under and behind curb. VICKSBURG AVE. (Paving) IwruHisNl K.tlmnfes. SIT* in yds ex' avMtlon. 2972 «*< lineal feet of curbstone (new i straight 4293 47 sip yds. Asphaltic concrete (Natural lsik< Asphalt) on 4” ion- Ctele pnvln* 71 :<3 ni yds. concrete under nnd behind curb. r ( tty Kallmate.. lift, eti yds. excavation. 61 lineal feet of new curbstone (atralaht). fto 24 lineal feet of new curbstone In <h'-4'U Med i circles furnished by eon* rector. 644 M sq yds Asphaltic concrete (Nat ural I .n)< e Asphalt* on 4" con crete pnvln*. 1" 4,". ni. yd a. concrete under and behind i urb. 2*3.67 lineal feet of retnlnlna •tone, old Medina curb may he u«*d. MAGNOLIA ST. (Paving) \««ewinrsl Kallmate*. 4474 cu. yds. excavation. 7127.64 lineal feet of curbstone (newt ntrnlKhf 1474 f*4 #q yds. Asphaltic concrete (Natural l<ake Asphalt I on 4“ con crete pav In*. Ho iiT cu. yds eoncrete under and behind curb 4 My Kallmate.. f|<4 ci*. yds excavation. 714 |4 lineal feet of new curbstone lb #24-10 tt. 54-4'R Meif > circles fur- Hlshe<| by contractor. 24fi?.lU sq. yd*. Asphaltic concrete (Natural l<ake Asphalt) on 4" con •fcl** i,*, in* vi, J '’"v yrt * eoncrete under and behind curb. 'lbeai feet of retaining atone, ©M M* «llrm rufb nifty b* un+o. CHOPIN ST. (Paving) .... ' ■■rsasweat RMlmaln ? * .‘. u > f, *l excavation. 4J1.H.3.. lineal feet of curbstone (new < stral*ht. flie.fdV sq yds. asphaltle concrete (Natural Uks asphalt) on ft” ron- Crelc pxvtn* Ilf 9| cu. yds concrete under and behind curb. \ . , \ *'My Retlmate* ?i*4 ou yds. exvsv.itlon 145 lineal feel of new curbstone (•tralffht). 24 12 Hnefl feet nf new curbstone ta f4-4 n Med.) circle* furnished by contractor. 9# SO. yds. asphaltic concrete (Natural Latte asphalt) on ft-tnrfe •onerete paring. 1109 cu Hi eaaerete nndor and bahind curb. t44.1l llnaal fact mi rcUlslag atone, old Medina curb may bo ueed. GOLDNBR AVE. (Paving) 1467 cu. yda. excavation. 1911.51 lineal foot of curbatono Ueawi atralgnt. 3743 61 *<l yda. aaphaltic concrete (Natural Lake asphalt) on 4-tnch concrete foundation paving. 61.11 cu. yda. concrete under and behind cudb. City Estimates 140 cu yds. excavation 42.1S llnaal feet of new curbstone In t2-10' R 6-4’ R Med.) circles fur nished by contractor. 399 35 so yds. asphaltic concrete (Natural Hake asphalt) on 4-Inch concrete paving. 4.16 cu. yds. concrete under and be hind curb. 107.10 llnaal feet of retaining atone, old Madina curb may ha used. MANISTIQUE AVE. (Paving) AsaeMament (Cellmates 4934 cu. yds. excavation. 48ii6 29 lineal feet of curbstone (new) straight. * *''.’*2 09 *u >d* aaphaltic concrete (Natural Lake asphalt) on 4-Inch concrete paving 123.19 (Mi. yda. concrete under and behind curb t'lty Ketlmalea 139 cu yd*, excavation 6*'.04 llnaal fsat of new curbstone (straight >. *3.94 lineal feet of new ourbstone In 14-4* R. 2-10' it Mad.) circles fur nished by contractor. 323.24 *u. yda. aaphaltic concrete (Natural (aka anphalt) on S-lnch concrete paving;. 7 (l cu. yds. concrete under and be hind curt*. 15106 llneui feat of retaining atone, old Medina curb may ha used. EAST LAWN AVE. (Paving) tMriwmaat Ketlmatee 33*7 cii yds. excavation. 4193.73 lineal feet of curbstone (new i straight. H 490.94 ;.<i yds asphaltic concrete <Natural Rake ,-»-j»i*»»1 1 » on 6-Inch concrete paving. 120.21 cu. >d*. concrete under and behind curb. I'll) Kallmatea 90 CU >l* rX'gVMtlon 24 lln«al feet of new curbstone i *t might |. 25 12 lineal feet of new curbstone in i 1-4’ R Med.) circles furnished by contractor. 112 64 *<i yda. asphaltic concrete (Natural Lake asphalt) on 6-Inch concrete pnvms 147 cu yds. concrete under and be. hind curb IIS lin* a I feet of retaining stone, old Medina curb may be used. SEWARD AVE. (Paving) th*ruHfit Kallmatea ir.KO iii yda. excavation. 1921.17 lineal feat of curbstone (new i straight. 2779 36 yd*, asphaltic concrete (Nat ui nl l.ake asphalt) on 6-Inch concrete paving. 7*l 47 cu. yd*, concrete under and behind curb. 4'lty Kallmatea 130 cu yd* excavation 6 lineal feet of new curbstone (straight). *7 !•< lineal feet of new curbstone In (4-F R. t-1 O' R Med.) circles fur nished by contractor. 220 62 so yds. asphaltic concrete (Natural l.ake asphalt) on 4-ln< h concrete paving 1 17 cu yds. concrete under and ba. bind curb. 36 lineal fee* of retaining stone, old Medina curb may be used. WATERLOO ST. (Paving) Aaaeeameat Estimates 3713 «u. yda. excavation. 3921.90 lineal feet of curbstone (newt straight 5664 97 *<) yds cedar block on 6- Inch concrete Paving. I"4 91 cu yus. concrete under and behind curb. 4 Ity Estimates 999 cu yds excavation. 162 lineal feet of new curbstone (straight) .’>s2 94 lineal feet of new curbstone In (24-10' R. 23-4' R Med.) clrclee furnished by contractor. 1 762.25 *'i yd* cedai* block on 6- Inch concrete paving 36 31 cu yds. concrete under and behind curb. 621('4 lineal feet of retaining stone, old Medina curb may be uitrri, »2 lineal feet of retaining plank. ALLEY 614 (Paving) Assessment Estimates 742 cu. >ds excavation. 2345.72 e-i yda. one-course con crete paving 1 622 lineal feet of retaining plank :-x4". city Kallmatea 24 eu vd* excavation. 31.23 yds. one-course concrete paving 072 cn vda. concrete under and behind curb. 27 lineal feet of retaining stone, old Medina curb mav be used. * ALLEY *ls (Paving) .Assessment Estimates 771 cu yds excavation. 164*191 s<p yds. one-course concrete pa vira. 1 277 lineal feet of retaining plank 2 'x3”. t lt> Kallmatea l NONE) ALLEY 616 (Paving) Assessment Estimates 725 'Mi. yds excavation. 16 10 9 1 an yds. <>ne-cour*e concrete paving. rto.i lineal feet of retaining plank 2"x4". 4 l#y K.tlmate* (NONK) The time t<* be set In the contracta for ill" completion of the above pav- Inc Jobs Mia I' be as follows: I»«men Place.. Tulv 16. 191 4 Vicksburg Avenue luly IS, 1914 ‘ Macnolln street Au*. 1. I9IS I I’bupln J4t rcet .......... July 1 ft. 1914 | Oul ln<-r Avenue luly 15, 1914 iMantstlque Avenue .July 15. 1 914 | Ihtstlawn Avenue luly IS. 1914 Son urn Avenue luly IS. 1914 1 Weferloo Street Tilly is. 191 4 I \ll< V 611 luly 15. 1 'H4 I Xllry 41S luly IS. 1916 Alley r,l*i Julvis. 1914 I Said streets and alleys t<« be pav-M arcordtn* to the Hpecldcat lons for ■l'MihttMlc concrete adoi»te<| .Inn. 25 I’M 4. one-coursr concrete adopted PVI> 27. 19111. cedar adopted Jan. 19. 1915; also the estimates of the C'lty Knxlnccr as above, and the < barter and ordinances of the City of Detroit TTldders will stale the price per rutile yard for excavation, price per lineal foot of curbing, price per square rard for pavlmr or concreting and price per lineal foot for retain ing plank or ston**. e*o. Bid:' will onlv be received for the entire of Ihe work <>e material for anv street nr ruction of street, a" pep quantities stat'd in the estimates and Ihe bid will be accepted which Is th« lowest or nevr gating the above details reßa*'dl'ss of any error of ex- Ir" 'lons or footings made Ivy bidders. Bid b e i must deposit .With bid* fit. denied lo "'tipflf envelope H certi fied oHo.'k nav 'bi" to the order of the Depart m* n* of Public Works of the Pitv of Detroit, as follow*: l,nm«nn Plwe I 240.00 Vicksburg Avenue 1,200 Ort Magnolia Street 9,400.00 I’honln Street 1,400 00 flnldner Avenue 400 no Maniatlqtie Avenue 1.900.00 Kdstlavvn Avenue 1.400.00 Howard Avenue 400.00 M nterlno Htreet 1.90 00 0 . Aliev 41 4 900 00 Aliev 415 200.00 Aliev 414 200,00 XVhfch sutn will he forfeited to th# fit v of Detroit In case the bidder falls to enter Into contract, subject tn confirmation »*f the Common Coun cil within five days after the accept ance of his tender hy the Department «.f Public Works. The bidder whose tender la ac cented will be required to furnish with hi* contract an approved surety company bond to the City of Detroit In the full smount of ths contract nrlre for the work conditioned on the full and faithful <performanca of his part of the contract. The contractor shall h* paid In bonds for first paving or the proceed* thereof, If such bonds are pnrrhaeed bv the Klnkln* Fund Commissioner*, according to law. No bid will be accepted from any person or firm who Is In arrears nr default to she City of Detroit. Mperlflcatlona In details for the above work may he had on applica tion to the secratary. The Department of Puhllc Works expressly reserves the right to reject anv nr all proposals. All proposals shall he mads in duplicate. tflt. anonoifl ■. rwincEij* •-TM Commissioner. ftafeYOUlSlßfißf v^^dElM**L ini you know you cun .-ot* more ol the wonder works of nature in your own country than in any other country in the world? The greatest geysers, the largest canyon, the strangest lake, the biggest trees, the most beautiful valley and some of the most gigantic glaciers in all the world are to he seen right here in the U. S. A. And Uncle Sam has set most of these marvelous spots apart as the people’s playgrounds! READ About These Wonderful Places! SEE Them on Your Summer Vacationl A Big Series of Articles Telling All About the Wonder Works of Nature in the United States Starts in THE TIMES NEXT MONDAY. Watch For It. BAl' CITY 41 B ATTI.K CREEK RAILWAY COMPANY. Detroit. Mich.. April 3. 191*. Notice is hereby given that a spe cial meeting of the stockholders of the Bay City A Battle Creek Railway Company will be held at the principal office of the company. Room 302. Fif teenth Street I'assenger Station, De troit. Mich . on Thursday, the Bth day of June. 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m. for the purpose of considering and auth orixing the sale of the railroad, rights and rrwnchlsea of this company to The Michigan Central Railroad ( om pany and such other matter* and things *s may be Incident to or nec •saary or appropriate to be done In connection therewith. By order of the Board of Dlrectora. D. W. PARDKK. Secretary. 11 BATTLE i HEKK A *’ITR(iIS HA II.AAA A COMPANY. Detroit. Mich April 3. 1916 Notice Is hereby given that a spe cial meeting of the stocknolders of the Battle Creek 4k Sturgis Railway Company will be held at the princi pal office of the company. Room 302. Fifteenth Street Paaaenger Station. Detroit. Mich . on Thursday, the 3th day of June. 1916, at 10 s'clock a. m., for the purpose of considering and authorizing the safe of part or all of the railroad, rights and ti-anchlaea of this company to The Michigan Cen tral Railroad Oomoany and such oth er matters and things as ma’ - be in cident to or necessary or appropriate to he done In connection therewith By order of the Bonnl of Directors. D. W. PARDEE, Secretary. THK 9H4t1144A.il 4K A Til 41. RAH,. HOAD (ttMI'AM. Detroit. Mich.. April .1. 1914 Notice Is hereby given that a spe cial meeting of the stockholders of The Michigan Central Railroad Com pany will be held at the principal office of the company. Room 302. Fif teenth Street Passenger Mtntlon. De troit. Mich, on Thursday, the Bth day of June. 1916, at. 10 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of <i nsldering and auth orizing the purchase of part or all of the railroads rights and fruimhlse* of the following named railroad com panies. to wit: Ray City & Battle Creek Railway Company, Rattle Creek & Slutgts R.i'lway Company, Canada Southern I trt«l• Company, Chicago. Kabima/oo <s: '.i ’liuw Rul way Company, Detroit A- Roy city Railroad Company, Detroit R•" I.me Railroad. The Detroit A Otari* volx Rrtilto.nl C<*mi>any. The t> ** !t. I »»• I - & Dearborn Railroad t'otnpanv. Detroit. Toledo & Mllw:uike< Roll road Th*' Umml River X’nl |ey nnllrocip'T’ompnqy, Jackson. I "t --aln* A Saginaw Rnllro:td Company Ji llet A Northern Indlon * ':.*■ <d C<*mprttiy. Kalatnaxor* A S ■*! Il.ivra Raißoad Company. I * g lunn-lt Railway Comj.iny, Mlchr n ,X;i t.ma allro.id Conipanv. St CM r a- v.’e<t ern itnllroad tJomtuttiy, find The Toledo, Canada ‘Jonth.-in A Detroit Rmlwiy Company: and » urb other mutters and things ss may l e incident to <>r nec essary or appiopilate to bo done In connection tlurewith F4y order of the Roard of Director* D. W PARDFIK. ftecrctery. Ordinance No. 3. r )5-A. tl 44HIH414!try. (•amend xrollns 4-r of Chanter l*T. 4 ompllcd 4)rill. nance* for the year 1013. IT IS M KRRBV QRDAINKD BV TITK PKOPLB OK TIIK CITY UK DKTROIT; Section 1. That Section 4-c of f'hnpter 197. Compiled Ordinance** for 4he year 1012. be and Ihe same is hereby amended so as lo read a.-t follows: Sec. 4-c. Commencing at the ln temectlon of the cftiter line ofTbltd aventte with the center line of Magg street on the west: thence northerly Hlong the center line of Third live nue to the center line of Merrick ave nue; thence easterly along the cen ter line of Merrick hv*nue to thecen. ter line of puhllc alley lying first went of and parallel with Second ave. nue; thence northerly along the cen ter line of said public alley to Ihe center line of Amsterdam street, thence westerly along the center line of Amsterdam street to the (enter line of Third avenue; thence south erly along the renter line of Third avenue to the renter line of Holden avenue; Ihence northwesterly along th# 4*enter line of Holden avenue the west line of the Jones A 4>s*<e farm; thenee southerly along sold farm llpe to the renter line of R.ivc street; thence easterly along the ren ter line of Bagg street to the place of beginning, exrept lot t In block I ft, of subdivision of blocks 14 and Ift, and the north part of block II of Crane’* farm. ( Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take Immediate effect. Approved May 2,191 ft. OBCAR B. MARX. Attest; RICHARD T.TVDSA r^ yor ' B-714 City Clerk. Prtatlsg-th# plain aeat kla4—that |g H*9t Ttaass Jab Dipt, —fta DETROIT TIMES LEAGUE BOOSTS FORSLEEfER Welfare Organization Opens Headquarters In Interest of Candidate for Governor TUadnuartprs for the Citizens' Welfare leagu» of Michigan have been established on the main floor of the Hotel Siatler. where mem bership in the league can be ob tained and the citizens’ petition signed for a ‘‘board of admlnistra tion" to efficiently and economical ly govern the hfate institutions of Michigan. The objects are "to divorce the state InsMtutionc from politics and to bring Justice and proper protec tion to the helpless wards of our state;" to "demand that helpless and feeble-minded and diseased de- Hnquentr have humane and scien tist' treatment to further the Inter *»ts of citizenship:" to "protect the Interests of society from the men ace of feeble-minded girls of child bearing age.'* and to "demand that modern reform methods shall be In augurated In our prisons and re format o-ies ” The assistance of all members Is requested at headquarters, and all clubs and mcletlea of Wayne coun ty are to offer the services of uhat members can give the time for one day at least. The petition which In the Last Analysis it is the money-cost.that counts. ft Can you, or can you not, get lower cost power from your own generat ing plant than from the Central Station 7 This is the question we want to help you to snswer. In ninety-nine cases out of a hun dred we can give the manufacturer cheaper and far more reliable ser vice. Is yours the hundredth case —or not? It surely is worth your while to find out Let one of our engineers call and have a talk with you on your par ticular power problem. The Detroit Edison Company MAIM 4304 vo'er* are asked to sign is as fol lows: 'tN e. »he undersigned voters of the atatf of Michigan, Interested In ’he Jud'cioUa handling of the state's money and believing in the absolute necessity of more humane and scientific treatment for all inmates of onr penal institutions, the elim ination of the propagation of the sub-normal and feeble-minded and urgent need of a centralised control for all such institutions, hereby Pledge ourselver to further the in terests t-f and rote for Albert E. Sleeper, of Bad Atfe, in his candi dacy for the primary nomination of governor of the state, thereby pro moting the establishment of an ef ficient and economic business gov ernment, pledged to a reduction of our present high tax rate." Many names have already been signed and considerable money has been given in for membership. Man ager Bergman, of the Hotel Statler, bas givtr. the league permission to keep its headquarters in the lobby until the Republican primaries are held in August. The league indorses Albert E. Sleeper on the ground that he is the only candidate who could unite the Republican and Progressive par ties anr because he has pledged himself to the league’s platform. "It Is not a lecturer and speech maker that we want,” said Mrs. J. K. Qailev, vice-president of the league, “but a humanitarian with a good head for business and an un blemished reputation.” PHatlns—tkd slain neat king—that la right— I Time* Jmh Dept.—Mala 459a. PREPARING FOR MEMORIAL DAY rapt SpiUane Again Chosen Chief Marshal, With T. W. Payne Aa Chief of Staff Detroit's Memorial day parade, May 30, probably will be the larg eat In the history of the city. Spanish war veterans in the po 'ice, fire and pustofflee departments, attired in the uniforms of these municipal and government branches, will march with their comrades. ('apt. John T. SpiUane has again teen chosen chief marshal of the parade. Thomas W. Payne has been appointed chief of staff to* the chief marshal, and all communica tions should be addressed to him, No. 618 Moffat building. All military, patriotic, fraternal end uniformed civil organisations are invited to participate In the pa rade in general order No. 1, Just issued by the chief marshal. CANADA SOI THKRN BRIDGE COMPANY. Detroit. Mich.. April 3. ms Notice la hereby given that a spe cial meeting of the stockholders of the Canada Southern Bridge Company will be bald at the principal office of the company. Room 302, Fifteenth street Passenger Station. Detroit, Ifich., on Thursday, the Ith day of June, I*ll. at 10 o’clock a. m.. for the purpose of considering and authoris ing: the sale of the railroad, rlgnts and franchises of this company to The Michigan Central Railroad Com pany and such other matters and things as may be Incident to'or nec« essary or approprlata to be done Id connection therewith. By order of the Board of Directors. D. W. PA RDF K. Secretary. XomppwQ^ltli ••-I m ! Mi I II! : jP^ 9 HI I 9 9 ImHh •H \W H K, m MaWMIMI a u MHaßysi -9 R I j HAMMOND BUILDING S. E. Cor. Port and Griswold Streets. Honest Advertising Wins .. jj jjl — .. ='■■■■■''■ .I. '■T.-.iri i 1 ■- rrr— ■ ■■ ■ M Times Gains 100,000 Lines s In First Four Months of 1916 1916 1915 Agate Lines. Agate Lines. 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They may be handled so as to win the battle of life. One man's dollars are all taken prison* era by others more thrifty than him*; self. Another man starts .a reserve force of dollars in this Commonwealth Savings Bank and constantly sends other dollar soldiers to reinforce them. He is the man who is prepared for whatever comes. Your dollar soldiers are safe here because conservatism here is fortified by lending solely on first mortgages or gilt-edged collateral Safttg and Service for Sao*r»