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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1914
PAGE SEVEN
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
MARICOPA.
In (he Matter or the Estate of
WOLF SACHS, Deceased.
)rder to Show Cause Why Order of
Sale of Real Estate Should Not Be
Made.
IT APPEARING TO THIS COURT
Hy the petition this day presented
and tiled by A. S. Herzberg, Admin
istrator of the estate of Wolf Sachs,
deceased, that it is necessary to sell
i he whole or some portion of the
teal estate of said decedent to pay
the debts of decedent and the ex
penses and charges of administra
tion, and the family allowance and
tor the reasons given in said peti
tion, reference to which is hereby
made, it appearing that it would be
lor the advantage, benefit and best
interests for said estate that said
real "state be sold;
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED
BY THIS COCRT: That all per
sons interested in the estate of said
deceased appear before the said Su
perior Court on Tuesday, the 24th
day of March A. D., 101 4, at the
hour of 9:30 o'clock A. M. of said
day, at the Court Room of said
Court, at the Court House in the
City of Phoenix, Maricopa County,
State of Aiizona. to show cause why
an order should not be granted to
said A. S. Herzberg, Administrator,
to sell so much of the said real es
tate as shall be necessary and that
a copy of this order be published
lour successive weeks in The Ari
zona Republican, a newspaper pub
lished in the said County of Mari
copa. Dated February 20. A. D., 1914.
JOHN C. PHILLIPS,
Judge of the Superior Court.
o
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of THOMPSON BROWN,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned Garland W. couch. Exe
cutor of the Will of Thompson
Brown, deceased, to the creditors of
and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
:hem, witli the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first
publication of this notice to the said
Executor at the office of his Attor
neys. Stanford Walton & Townsend,
tlj-118 National Bank of Arizona
Building, Phoenix. Arizona, the same
being the place for the transaction
of the business of said estate, in said
County of Maricopa.
(Signed) GARLAND B. COUCH,
Executor or the Will of Thompson
Brown, deceased.
Dated Phoenix Ariz., this 27th day
of February, A. D.. 1914.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, diaries Lamberts, that on
the 16th day of February. 1914. he
was duly appointed Assignee for the
benefit of the creditors of John
Provos, of Phoenix, Maricopa Coun
ty. Arizona: and that all creditors
having claims against the said John
Provoa must file with the said
Charles Lambert z, Assignee, a state
ment of the nature and amount of
their claims as requited by law with
in lour months from the date of the
first publication of this notice.
Phoenix. Arizona. March 3, 1914.
CHARLES LAMBERTZ,
Assignee.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed Bids will be received until
March 17. 1914. at 7:30 o'clock P. M.
for (he following work on the north
and east sides of the block occupied
by the Postoffice Building and the
Water Users' Building:
QUANTITIES
.".75 lin. ft. Gutter
:: Gutter Inlets
1 Manholes
lin. ft. 12" Pipe
JO' 10" Pipe including 2 Y's and 3
tunning traps.
8' of W" C. I- P'pr
All bids must be accompanied by
a certified cluck for ten per cen'
)1,) of the amount of the hid.
and must be endorsed "Proposal for
Making Improvements on the North
and East sides of Block Ninety
Three (93). Phoenix."
Plans and specifications may be
obtained at the office of the City
Engineer.
FRANK THOMAS,
City Recorder.
CALL FOR BIDS
The Common Council of the City
of Phoenix will receive sealed pro
posals or bids to furnish complete in
stallation and equipment of
.Maim Signal System for the
Phoenix. Arizona, according
specifications therefor on fil
office of the City Recorder
a Fire
City of
to the
in the
of said
City.
Sealed bids are' to lie accompanied
by a certified check made payable to
the City of Phoenix, for 10-; of thi
.mount of bid. addressed t" the City
Recorder. City of Phoenix, and en
dorsed, fire Alarm System."
Said bids will he received
the hour of five o'clock P. If.,
21st. 1914. to be opened at a
' . 1 Meeting to he held ftt 7:.".0
P M. on said day.
up to
March
Coun
I'elock d
to furnish surety bond to deliver
complete installation and furnish
equipment for the Fire Alarm Signal
System for the City of Phoenix, in
accordance with the specifications on
file as aforesaid, and within
months from award of contract, and
the Cumin. ui Council reserve; the
right to reject any and all bids.
Dated Phoenix, Arizona. Match
Hill, 1914.
FRANK THOMAS,
City Recorder. City ot Phoenix, Ari
zona. LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of James H. Ray, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned Administratrix of the Es
tate of James 11. Ray. deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within ten months after
the first publication of this notice
to tile said Administratrix at 311
Fleming Building, Phoenix, Arizona,
the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said
estate, in the said County of Mari
copa. SARAH E. RAY,
Administratrix of the Estate of
James H. Ray. deceased.
Dated this r.tli day of March, 1911.
LEGAL NOTICE
CALL FOR BIDS
The Common Council of the City
of Phoenix will receive sealed pro
posals or bids to construct two one
story brick Fire Houses, one to be
built on the Northeast corner of
Ninth and Van Buren Streets, and
one to be built on the East end of
Cjty property at Five Points, each to
be located according to surveys and
stakes locating the corners of said
building: expense of such surveys to
be borne by the City: each building
to be built according to plans and
specifications on file in the office of
the City Building Inspector. The bids
are to be for construction of one.
with privilege of constructing both,
or for one building without reference
to the other.
Sealed bids are to he accompanied
by a certified check made payable to
the City of Phoenix for 10" of the
amount of bid, addressed to the City
Recorder, city of Phoenix, and en
dorsed "Fire House Bids."
Said bids will be received up to the
hour of live o'clock P. M-. March
21st, 1914, to be opened
rll meeting to be held at
P. M. on said day. at
Chamber, City Hall, City
Successful bidder will
to furnish surety bond
at a Coun
7:30 o'clock
the Council
of Phoenix.
be required
to complete
building or
construction of said
buildings within one hundred days
from date of award of contract, and
the Common Council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Dated Phoenix. Arizona, March
tlth. 1914.
FRANK THOMAS.
City Recorder. City of Phoenix, Ari
zona CALL FOR BIDS
The Common Council of tile City
of Phoenix will leceive sealed pro
posals or bids to furnish three motor
propelled Combination chemical En
gines and Hose Wagons; also one
motor propelled Combination Pump
ing Engine and Hose Wagon for its
Fire Department, each of said Com
bination Engines and Hose Wagons
to conform to (he specifications on
file in the office of the City Re
corder of the City of Phoenix, Ari
zona. Scaled bids are to be accompanied
by a certified check made payable ti
the ci'y of Phoenix for 10" of the
amount of bid. addressed to the City
Recorder. City of Phoenix, and en
dorsed "Fire Apparatus."
Said bids will he received up to
the hour of five o'clock P. M. March
21st. 1914. to be opened at a Council
Meeting to be held at 7:30 o'clock
on said date at the Council Chamber,
City Hall. City of Phoenix.
Successful bidder will be required
to furnish surety bond to deliver said
Combination Engines and Hose Wag
ens within tm: time hereinafter fixed
by said Common Council, and the
Common ' 'ouneil reserves the right
to i eject any and all bids.
Dated Phoenix, Arizona. March
11th. 1914.
FRANK THOMAS,
City Recorder, city of Phoenix, Ari
zona. o
LEGAL NOTICES
ORDINANCE NO. 583
An Ordinance Adopting Plans for
the Improvement of Certain Portions
of Jefferson Street, Second Street,
Third Street and Intersecting Streets
in the City of Phoenix.
The Common Council of Phoenix
do ordain as follows:
Section I. That plans prepared by
the City Engineer for the propose!
improvements on Jefferson Street and
Second Street and Third Street are
hereby adopted as the official plans
for sa id work.
The grades shall be at elevations
shown on the plans. The width and
location of the roadways shall be as
shown on these plans.
Section 2. A duplicate copy of
these plans shall be filed with the
City Recorder and kept on file in his
office.
Section 3. This Ordinance shall
take effect and be in force from anil
alter its passage and publication as
required by law.
Section 4. All ordinances or parts
of ordinances in conflict with the
provisions of this Ordinance are
hereby repealed.
PASSED hy the Common Council
of the City of Phoenix this 10th
day of March. 1914.
LLOYD B. CHRISTY.
Attest: Mayor.
FRANK THOMAS.
City Recorder.
CALL FOR BIDS
The Common Council of tile
Of Phoenix will receive sealed
posals or bids to furnish one
City
1 assenger Automobile, not
H h. p.. for the use of
of the l ire Department of
Specifications win be
le ss
the
said
than
Chief
City.
furnished
t Fi
'pen
Department, at City Hall. Phoenix.
Arizona.
Sealed bids are to be accompanied
by a certified check made payable to
the (Sty of Phoenix, for 10 of the
amount of bid, addressed to the City
Recorder, City of Phoenix, and en
dorsed "Automobile, Fire Department-"
Said bids will be received up to
the hour of five o'clock P. M., March
21st, 1911. to be opened at a Coun
cil Meeting tn be held at 7:30 o'clock
1. M. on said day.
Successful bidder will be required
to furnish a surety bond to deliver
said automobile within forty (401
I days from date of award of contract,
ami tile Common Council reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
Dated Phoenix. Arizona. March
11th. 1914.
FRANK THOMAS.
City Recorder, City of Phoenix, Ari
zona. ORDINANCE NO. 584
AX ORDINANCE ADOPTING
PLANS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
OF Tin: ALLKY IN BLOCK TWEN-
fY-FOUR OF THE ORIGINAL
TOWNSITE OF PHOENIX.
THE COMMON COUNCIL i iF
PHOENIX DO ORDAIN AS FOL-
Lt (WS:
Section l. That the plans prepared
by the City Engineer for the im
provement of the alley in Block
Twenty-four i24i of the original
townsite of Phoenix, and on file in
the office of the City Engineer in
Book On of Street Improvement
Plans on Pages 172 and 173, are
hereby adopted as the official plans
for the improvement of said alley.
The grades shall be at the eleva
tions shown on these plans. 1 in
width and location of the roadways
shall be as shown on these plans.
Section 2. A duplicate copy of
these plans shall be filed with the
City Recorder and kept on file in
ids office.
Section 3. This Ordinance shall
take effect and be in force from and
after its publication as by law re
tired.
Section 4. All ordinances or parts
or ordinances in contlict with the
provisions of this ordinance are here
by repealed.
PASSED by the Common Council
the city of Phoenix this 10th day
of March. 1914.
LLOYD K. CHRISTY,
Attest: Mayor.
PRANK THOMAS,
City Recorder
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDINANCE NO. 582.
An Ordinance Designating and Es
tablishing Voting Precincts In The
City of Phoenix.
Pe It Ordained By The Common
('ouneil of the city of Phoenix:
Section 1. That in order to facili
tate and expedite the voting at elec
tions in the City of Phoenix, (he fol
lowing precincts are hereby estab
lished, to-wlt:
First Ward. Precinct No. 1. shall
embrace all that portion of the City
Phoenix lying North of Washing
ton Str.et. l-.ast of Central Avenue
and West of Fifth Street.
First Ward. Precinct No. 2 shall
embrace all that portion of the City
of Phoenix lying North of Washing
ton Street and East of Fifth Street.
Second Ward, Precinct No. 1 shall
i m brace all that portion of the City
of Phoenix lying North of Washing
ton Street. West of Central Avenue
and East of Seventh Avenue.
Second Ward. Precinct No. 2 shall
mbrace at that portion of the City
of Phoenix lying North of Washing
ton Street and West of Seventh
Avenue.
Third Ward shall embrace all thai
portion of the City of Phoenix lying
South of Washington Street and
West of Central Avenue.
Fourth Ward shall embrace all that
portion of the City of Phoenix lying
South of Washington Street and
East of Central Avenue.
Section 2. Whereas public con
venience requires the creation of new
voting precincts in the City of Phoe
nix, and in order to preserve the
public peace, health and safety, an
emergency is hereby declared to ex
ist, and this ordinance shall be in
full force and effect from and after
its passage, its approval hy the
Mayer and publication as by law re
quired, and is heraby exempt from
tl.e operation of the Referendum pro
vision of the Charter of the City of
Phoenix.
PASSED by (he Common Council
of the City of Phoenix this 4th day
of March. 1914.
APPROVED this 4th day of March.
1911.
LLOYD B. CHRISTY.
Attest: Mayor.
FRANK THOMAS.
Citv Recorder.
LEGAL NOTICE
RESOLUTION NO. 669
R E SOL U Tin N DESIGNATING
POLLING PLACES AND APPOINT
ING OFFICERS FOR ELECTION
TO BE HELD IN THE CITY OF
PHOENIX. .MARCH 19th, 1914.
WHEREAS, a Primary Election
wfl helil in the City of Phoenix, In
the County of Maricopa, State of
Arizona, on the 11th day of Febru
ary. 1914. for the purpose of nominat
ing candidates for a Commission
consisting of a Mayor and four oth
er members, and
WHEREAS, The Common Council
of the City of Phoenix, did, on the
following Tuesday, to-wit, on the
17th day of February, 1914. meet 1n
the City Hall in the City of Phoenix.
County and State aforesaid, and
canvass the vote cast at said
Primary Election, and did find and
openly declare the following named
persons as the persons receiving the
highest number of votes for said of
fices, to-wit:
MAYOR
Ernest W. Lewis. George I'. Young.
COMMISSIONERS
Joseph Cope. Peter Corpstein. L. D.
Dameron. Harry A. Diehi. M. .1. Fo
ley, George Norman MacBean, Victor
R. Norris. Frank Woods.
AND WHEREAS. An election has
.heretofore been called hv the said
The Common Council of the City Of
Phoenix, fi.r the purpose 'if voting
lor a Commission to consist of a
Mayor and lour other members,
which election will be held on the
19th day of March, 1914. between the
hours of six o'clock A. M. and six
0 clock P. M.. and the names of the
persons hereinabove set forth will
constitute the names of all persons
whose names will lie printed upon
the ballots for such election, and
WH FLEAS, it is necessary for The
Common council of the City of Phoe
nix to designate and appoint election
officers and polling places for said
election of 'March 19th, 1914.
NoW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE
SOLVED BY THE COMMON COUN
CIL OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX:
rhal the following (daces in the
several wards of the City of Phoenix
are hereby designated by The Com
mon Council of the City of Phoenix,
as the polling places where said elec
tion shall be held in said City, to
wit: FIRST WARD.
First Precinct, polling place at N( . i
221 North 1st Street. J
Second Precinct, polling place at
Basement. High School Building,!
Corner Seventh and Van Buren j
Streets. I
SECOND WARD
First Precinct, polling place at I
Board of Trade Building, Second
Avenue ft Adams St.
Second Precinct, polling place at
No. 719 Grand Avenue.
THIRD WARD
Polling place at No. 17 South First
A venue.
FOURTH WARD
Polling place at City Hall.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
That the following persons are here-
designated and appointed by the
said I he Common Council of the
ty of Phoenix, who shall conduct
said election at said polling places.
to-wit :
FIRST WARD
First Precinct.
Inspector
H B. Kersting.
Judges,
P. H Hayes, Joseph McCoy.
Clerks.
Charles Corrigan, Mrs. Rosa Boido.
Ed O'Malley, Harry Shedd.
Marshal,
L. L. Plank.
FIRST WARD
Second Precinct.
Inspector
Charhs J. McElroy.
Judges,
Charles Smurthwaite, James Shott
Clerks.
Mrs. Kate C. Perry. Mrs. E. J.
Bess, Miss Giaee Coker.
Marshal.
J. L. Wolf.
SECOND WARD.
First Precinct.
Inspector
Dan McDermitt.
Judges,
E. P. Conway. J. C. C. H. Boone.
Clerks.
Miss Amanda chingren, Bus Noll.
Miss Coonan.
Marshal.
N. A. Morford.
SECOND WARD.
Second Precinct.
Inspector
Neri Osborn.
J udges.
Mont Anderson. W. L. Pinney.
Clerks.
Oliver Creech, Ned Creighton, Mrs.
A. B. Baldwin.
Marshal.
H. D. McDonald.
THIRD WARD.
Inspector
Elmer Warren.
Judges,
Hugh Daggs. George Christy.
Clerks.
Mary Hydienburg. J. G Simpson,
R. II. Brooks. Frank Smith.
Marshal.
Wm. M. Ficfcas, Sr.
FOURTH "WARD.
Inspector
Claud W. Cisney.
Judges,
R. I.. Hayes. C. M. Sturges.
Clerks,
Lou Morgan. Mrs. Laura Blimps,
Mrs. Imogen LaChance, S. E. Price.
Marshal.
S. M. Bailey,
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED.
That, whereas, an early operation of
this resolution is required to pre
serve the public peace, health and
safety, an emergency is hereby de
ciard to exist, and this resolution
shall take effect and be in force
Horn and after its passage, and is
hereby exempt from the operation of
(he referendum provisions of the
City charier.
passed by the Common Council
ol the City of Phoenix this 2nd day
of March, A. I . 1914
LLOYD B. CHRISTY.
Mayor.
Attest:
FRANK THOMAS,
City Recorder.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ELECTION
SALT RIVER VALLEY WATER
USERS' ASSOCIATION.
Notice is hereby given that under
the provisions of the Articles of In
corporation and of the By-Laws of
the Salt River Valley Water Users
Association, and in pursuance there
of, an election by the qualified elect
( rs of said Association will be held
en Tuesday. April Seventh (7th I,
1914. from 8 o'clock A. M. of said
day tn .1 o'clock P. M. of said day
a; the various polling places to be
hereafter designated oy resolution of
the Board of Governors of said As
sociation, for the election of the fol
lowing officers of ,said Association,
that is to say:
A president and Vice-President for
the term of two years.
One member of the ("ouneil in each
i if the ten council districts into
which the reservoir district Is di
vided, for the term of three jimrn
One member of the Council in tin
First District to fill an unexpired
term of two years.
One member of the Council in the
Ninth District to fill an unexpired
term of one year.
One member of the Council in the
Tenth District to fill an unexpired
term of two years.
One member of the Board of Gov
ernors from each of the said ten
Council districts.
jection of the proposal:
Is it deemed advisable to install 21
additional pumping plants in order
to care fur additional acreage within
the boundaries of the project, the
Board id Governors having approved
tile same provided it can be done at
a reasonable cost to be later deter
mined and then submitted to the
shareholders for final action.
Also for (he ratification or rejec
tion of the proposal:
Is it deemed advisable to construct
the Horseshoe dam and reservoir on
the Verde River so that the acreage
under tl.e Salt River Project can be
increased to 211.000 acres, the Board
of Governors having approved the
same provided it can be done at a
reasonable cost to ne later deter
mined ami then submitted to the
shareholders for final action.
Also for the ratification or rejec
tion of a proposal to levy an assess
ment for an amount sufficient to
complete the present power plants in
course of construction, in accordance
with the agreement of the United
States under date of August 30. 1910.
and also an amount sufficient to re
fund power assessments paid by
owners of land which will ultimately
receive no reservoir benefits, amount
ing for both purposes to approxi
mately $200,000.00.
The said terms of said several of
ficers to begin on the first Monday
in May, 1914.
Tlie said President and Vice-President
to be elected by' the electors of
the reservoir district.
Members of the Council and of the
Board of Governors are to be elected
by the electors of the reservoir dis
trict who are qualified to vote in
the several council districts, respect
ively, for members of the council and
r,l the Board of Governors.
The proposal for the levy of an
assessment to be voted on by the
electors of ihe reservoir district.
('has. A. Van der Veer
Secretary Salt River Valley Watei
Users' Association
First publication Mar. S, 1914.
LEGAL NOTICE
RESOLUTION NO. 670
A Resolution of tin Common Coun
cil of the City of Phoenix Declar
ing Their Intention to Improve:
Certain Portions of Jefferson
Street, Second Street and Third
Street in Said city, and Deter
mining That Bonds Shall Be Is
sued to Represent the Costs and
Expenses Thereof, and Declaring
the Work or Improvement to be of
.More Than Local or Ordinary Pub
lic Benefit and That the Costs and
Expenses of Said Work Shall Be
Assessed Fpon a District and Pro
viding That the Proposed Work or
Improvement Shall be Done Under
the Provisions of the Improvement
Act of 1912, and Subsequent Amend
ments. BE IT RESOLVED, by the Com
mon Council of the city of Phoenix:
Section 1. That the public interest
and convenience require and that it
is the intention of the Common
Council of tlie City of Phoenix to
order the following work to be done,
to-wit :
1. That the roadway of Jefferson
Street in said city from the easterly
line of First Street to the westerly
line of Seventh Street, including all
Intersections of streets and alleys,
and including also private drives
wherever shown on the plans herein
after referred to, and including also
such portions of intersecting streets
as is necessary to form an easy ap
proach to the pavement hereinafter
described, and excepting that portion
of the roadway of Jefferson Street
from the easterly line of First Street
to the center line of Second Street
lying north of the center line of Jef
ferson Street, and excepting also
that portion of saitl roadway which
is occupied by a scale on the south
erly side of Jefferson Street ap
proximately ninety feet (W) east of
the easterly line of First Street, and
the roadway of Third Street in said
city from the northerly line of Jef
ferson Street to the southerly line of
Washington Street, be graded and
paved with bitulithic pavement.
That that portion of tin- roadway
of Jefferson Street from the easterly
line of First Street to the center lino
of Second Street Ping north of the
center line of Jefferson Street, in
cluding such drives as are shown on
the plans hereinafter referred to, In
graded and paved with a cement con
crete pavement.
2. That a combined concrete curb
and gutter be built along both sides of
the roadway of Jefferson Street from
the easterly line of First Street to
the westerly line of Seventh Street
except along the northerly side of
Jefferson Street from First Street to
Second Street, and along both sides
of the roadway of Third Street from
the northerly line of Jefferson Street
to the southerly line of Washington
Street, excepting at the intersection
of streets and alleys and private
driv.-s and the approaches thereto,
and excepting also where a concrete
curb has already been built and is
in satisfactory condition as shown
by the plans hereinafter referred to,
where a gutter only shall be built,
and i xcepting also along the south
erly line of the roadway of Jefferson
Street from a point approximately
seventy-five feet (75') east of the
easterly line of First Street to a
point approximately one hundred and
eleven feet (111') east of the easterly
line of First Street.
That a cement concrete curb
be built along the edges or the pave
ment at street and alley intersections
and the approaches thereto, and pri
vate drives on Jefferson Street from
the easterly line of First Street to
the westerly line of Seventh Street
and on Third Street from the north
erly line of Jefferson Street to the
Southerly line of Washington Street
and along the southerly line of the
roadway of Jefferson Street from a
point approximately seventy-five feet
(7.V) east of the easterly line of
First Street to a point approximately
one hundred and eleven feet (111')
east of the easterly line of First
Street.
4. That a cement concrete gutter
be built across the intersections of
all alleys and private drives along
Jefferson Street from Ihe easterly
line of First Street to the westerly
line of Seventh Street and along
Third Street from the northerly line
of Jefferson Street to the southerly
line of Washington Street.
5. That a ditch be dug in the
parking on both sides of Jefferson
Street from the easterly line of
Fourth Street to the westerly line of
Seventh Street, excepting at the in
tersections of streets and private
drives and the approaches thereto.
6. That corrugated iron pipes ten
inches i lo") in diameter he laid
crossing Jefferson Street on both
sides of Second Street near the edges
of the roadway of Second Street and
that corrugated iron pipes ten inches
110") in diameter be laid along the
edges of the roadway of Jefferson
Street from the westerly line of
Second Street easterly to an inter
section with the pipe on the westerly
side of Second Street, and from the
easterly line of Second Street wester
ly to an intersection with tlie pipe
on the easterly side of Second
Street.
That corrugated Iron pipes ten
inches (la") in diameter be laid
crossing Jefferson Street on both
sides of Third Street near the edges
of the roadway of Third Street, and
that corrugated iron pipes ten Inches
(10") in diameter be laid along the
edges of the roadway of Jefferson
Street from tile westerly line of
Third Street easterly to an intersec
tion with the pipe on the westerly
side of Third Street, and from the
easterly line of Third Street westerly
to an intersection with the pipe on
the easterly side of Third Street.
That a corrugated iron pipe eigh
teen inches (IS") in diameter be laid
crossing the roadway of Jefferson
Street on the westerly side of Fourth
Street. That corrugated iron pipes
twelve inches (12") in diameter be
laid crossing tin- roadway of Jeffer
son Street on the easterly side of
Fifth Street and Sixth Street and
crossing tile roadways of Fourth
Street on both sides of Jefferson
Street and crossing the roadways of
Fifth Street and Sixth Street on the
northerly -side of Jefferson Street
and crossing all private drives along
Jefferson Street between Fourth
Street and Seventh Street.
7. That cement concrete stand
pipes he built at the ends of the
aforementioned corrugated iron pipes
being located as follows: At Fourth
Street and Jefferson Street, four (4 1:
ai Fifth Street and Jefferson Street.
Four (4); and at Sixth Street and
Jefferson Street, Four (4), ami that
sheet metal gates be set in said
standpipes to control the flow- of
water through said standpipes
s. That concrete pipes of the sizes
corresponding to the sizes of the
corrugated iron pipes be laid along
both sides of Jefferson Street and
along both .sides of Fourth Street,
Fifth Street and Sixth Street from
the aforementioned Standpipes to a
point approximately six feet Mi') be
yond the corresponding property line
of the streets along which they run.
9. That a cement concrete pipe
twenty-two inches (22") in diameter
be laid along the roadway of Jeffer
son Street from a point approximate
ly ten fi et (la') west of the west
erly line of Fourth Street to a point
approximately ten feet (10') east of
the center line of Third Street.
That a cement concrete pipe eight
ten inches (18") in diameter be laid
along the roadway of Jefferson Street
from a point approximately ten feet
(lo' i east of the center line of Third
Stieet to a point approximately ten
feet (10 ) west of the center line of
Second Street.
That a cement pipe twelve Inches
1 12" I in diameter be laid from the
end of the aforementioned pipe
north-westerly to a point approxi
mately eight feet (S i north of the
northerly line of Jefferson Street and
between the cuib and sidewalk on
the westerly side of Second Street,
thence northerh between said side
walk ami curb to a point approxi
mately ten feet (10' I south of the
southerly line of Washington Street,
thence northeasterly approximately
eighty-five feet (85').
That a cement com rcte pipe six
teen inches (10") in diameter be laid
along the roadway of Third Stieet
from the aforementioned pipe on
Jefferson Street to a point approxi
mately twenty feet i20) north of
the center line of Washington Street.
That a cement concrete pipe twenty-two
inches 122") in diameter be
laid along the roadway of Jefferson
Street from a point approximately
ten feet (1"') west of the westerly
line of Fourth Street to a point ap
proximately ten feet il(i') east of the
center line of Fifth Street.
That a cement concrete pipe twen
ty inches i2u") .in diameter be laid
along the roadway of Jefferson Street
Horn a point approximately ten feet
1 10 ) cast of the center line of Fifth
Street to a point approximately ten
feet (Ki i east of the center line of
Sixth Street,
That a cement concrete pipe eight
een inches (IS") in diameter be laid
from a point approximately ten feet
(l(i') east of tlie center line of Sixth
Street to a point approximately five
feet (6') west of the westerly line of
Seventh Street.
la. That manholes be built to fur
nish accss to the aforementioned
pipes at the following locations: At
Jefferson Street and Second Street.
Two (2); ai Jefferson Street and
Third Street. One ill; At Jefferson
Street and Fifth Street, one (1): At
Jefferson Street and Sixth Street,
on.- (li: At Washington Street and
Second Street Two (2); At Wash
ington Stieet and Third Street, one
tl).
11. That inlets be built in the
gutters ai the following locations:
At Washington Street and Second
Street. Two (2); At Washington
Street and Third Street. Four (4);
At Jefferson Street and First Street,
one (1); At Jefferson Street and
Second Street, Six (III; At Jefferson
Street ami Third Street. Six (); At
Jefferson Street and Fourth Street.
Two 12 1; At Jefferson Street and
Filth Street, Fight (8); At Jefferson
Street and Sixth Street. Eight (8):
At Jefferson Street and Seventh
Street, Two (2): and that inlets be
connected with tin- aforementioned
pipes with ten inch (10") cement
pipes.
12. That sheet metal gates be set
reaching through the mb at -he
alorementioned inlets, and that said
gates be connected with the pipes
mentioned in Section 8 with tea inch
do" i cement pipes.
13. That the roan way of intersect
ing streets be graded from tlie edge
Of the aforementioned pavement on a
grade of not to exceed ten percent
(19) until it meets the original sur
face of the street.
All of the above work to be done
in accordance with that certain set
'; pi. i us approved and adopted by the
Common Council of the City of
Phoenix on the 10th day of March.
1911, and on file in the office of the
City Engineer in Book Two of Street
Improvement Plans on Pages One to
Eighteen, and in further accordant
vvith Specifications Nos. 19. 20. 21. 22.
24. 2S and 29 on file in the office of
tin- City Recorder of said city, and
which said plans and specification1
are hereby referred to for a more
particular description of the said
work and made a part hereof.
Section 2. That the said contem
plated work or improvement in the
opinion of tin Common Council is of
nu re than local or ordinary public
benefit and that said Common Coun -i
il hereby makes the costs and ex
pense of said improvement charge
able upon a district and hereby dl -Clares
'hat the district in said City
of Phoenix benefitted by the said
v ork or improvement, and to be
assessed to pay the costs and ex
penses thereof is described as fol
lows: AI! that portion or said city in
cluded within the following exterior
bcundary lines, to-wit:
Beginning at the north-east corner
Of Jefferson Street and First Street,
running thence northerly along the
easterly line of First Stree to a
I oint midway between the southerly
Pin- of Washington Street and the
northerly line of Jefferson Street,
thence easterly along the line mid
way between the southerly line o
Washington stieet and the northed:
line of Jefferson Street to a poin'
midway between the easterly line of
First Street and tlie westerly line of
Second Street, thence northerly along
the line midway between the easterly
line .,f First Street and the westerly
line of Second Street to a point mid
way between the northerly line of
Washington Street and the southrrp
lin.- of Adams Street, thence easter
ly along the line midway between the
northerly line of Washington street
and 'the southerly line of Adams
Street to a point midway between
the easterly line of Third Street and
the westerly line of Fourth Street,
thence southerly along the line mid
way between tlie easterly line of
Thiid Street and the westerly line of
Fourth Street to a point midway be
tween the southerly line of Washing
ton Street and the northerly line of
Jefferson Street; thence easterly
along tin- line midway between the
southerly line "t Washington Street
and lb'' northerly line of Jefferson
Street to the westerly line of Sev
enth Street, th.-nce southerly along
the westerly line of Seventh Street
to a point midway between the
southerly line of Jefferson Street and
the northerly line of Madison Street,
then..- westerly along the line mid
way bctw-en the southerly line of
Jefferson Street and the northerh
line of Madison Street to the easterl
lin" or' First Street, thence norther!
along the easterlv line of First Stn i (
t" ihe Point of beginning. EXCEPT
ING THEREFROM, any portion of
any public street or alley which may
be included in the above district.
Section 2. The City Engineer Is
hereby directed to make a diagram
..f the district described hereinabove
in Section 2 of this Resolution of
Intention, to he assessed to pay tin.
i osts and expenses thereof. Such
diagram shall show each separate lo!.
piece or parcel of land in said dis
trict and the relative location of the
same t" the work proposed to be
done.
Section 4. The said Common Coun
cil finds that public convenience re
quires that serial bonds shall be Is
sued to represent the costs and ex
penses of such work or improvement,
and said Common Council determines
that serial bonds shall be issued to
represent each assessment of Twenty-five
Dollars (ttS.M) or more for
the costs and expenses of said work
or improvement. Said serial bonds
shall extend over a period ending
:::ne (9) ye;irs from and after the
second day of January next succeed
ing the date of said bonds, and an
even annual proportion of the prin
cipal sum thereof shall be payable
Oy coupon on the second day of
January every year after their date
until ail is paid aud the interest shall
be payable semi-annually by coil pop
on the Second day of January and
July, respectively, of each year, at
the rate of six percent OS'i) per an
num on all sums unpaid until the
Whole of said principal sum and in
terest are Ia id.
Section 5. The serial bonds here
in mentioned shall be issued in ac
cordance with the provisions of a
Ct of the Legislature of the State of
Arizona, known and designated as
tin "Impr-ivem.-nt Act of 1912," ap
proved May 17, 1912. and all the pro
ceedings in the aforementioned b
irovemems shall also be taken under
the said "Improvement Act of 1912.''
and subsequent amendments.
Section ii. The City Recorder shu.ll
certify to the passage of this Resobi -t
!on of Intention, and shall cause the
same to be published ten (10) times
in tile Arizona Republican, a dail
newspaper published and circulate:
in the city of Phoent and hereby
designated for that purpose.
Section 7. The Superintendent of
Streets of (be city of Phoenix shall
post notice of said proposed improv -ment
as required by law. and in said
notices shall refer to this Resolution
of Intention
Reference Is hereby made to the
Bitulithic Mixture License Agreemeir
of Warren Brothers Company of
Boston Mass.. dated March 4, 1914.
on file in the office of the City Re
corder of the City of Phoenix.
I hereby certify that the above and
foregoing Resolution No. 670. was
duly passed by the Common Council
of tlie City of Phoenix at a meeting
held March 10th. 1914. and that a
quorum was present thereat.
FRANK THOMAS,
Citv Recorder

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