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Easter Sunday dawned beautifully upon Wausau and ideal spring weather! was had in this city throughout thej entire day. Easter was observed here ■ as in previous, years, and probably with more impressiveness on account of the serious "warring conditions pre vailing over this world today. Our churches were all well filled during the services of the holy day, and the places of worship were pret tily decorated with palms, ferns, and flowers, the Easter lilies, the flower of purity and spiritual beauty, predom inating. Special sermons appropriate to the significance of Easter were preached from the pulpits of the var ious churches by the pastors. The holy Easter season, is the time of the year when this world celebrates the re clamation of Christ from the cata comb. Easter music was rendered by the choirs and by individuals and in some of our churches Easter programs were given by the children. On Easter Sunday evening cantatas were given in some of the churches. In all church es happy voices hailed the joyous Eas ter greetings that “Death reigns no more. The Lord hath risen! Life the grave doth scorn.” The very pleasant Easter custom of sending Easter cards to relatives and friends has been kept up for many years. Eggs have always been asso ciated with the day as symbolic of the resurrection. Candy eggs are always popular. Flowers and growing plants are especially appropriate to Easter. Easter lilies being.always in demand. Many children in Wausau were up early Easter morning hunting the prettily tinted Easter eggs the Easter rabbits had left for them in secure places. The children look forward to this Easter pleasure each year with added interest. The Easter season is also a home coming season. Many of our young people attending colleges and univer sities and others spent the day in their homes here. It is a very quietly ob served day, as is the Lenten season and especially Holy Week. Faster Monday was observed by some of our churches yesterday with morning services. The Lenten season for 1917 has passed and social activities will again be taken up after a period of quiet ness. FLAGS "TAKEN On Saturday night the flags of Bert Schwanberg, Fred Wiechmann, Wilke Bros, and from residences all along East Jackson street, and others in our City were torn off in front of their buildings and carried away. This is a serious offense and a disreputable piece of business. If necessary, detec tives should be set to work and bring the guilty ones to justice. Other wise more serious crimes may be committed. Every city in the United States is being guarded. At Neills ville, the other day, an attempt was made to set fire to the armory in that city. Why not organize a com pany of older citizens at home for the protection of property? If there are those in our midst bent upon mischief, damage might be done. The time is ripe to call a halt when the flag is desecrated. Spring Spring is looked upon by many as the most delightful season of the year, but this cannot be said of the rheu matic. The cold and damp weather brings on rheumatic pains which are anything but pleasant. They can be relieved, however, py applying Cham berlain’s Liniment. Obtainable every where. (Copyright nditcnd, 191 TANARUS) Working for A Million Car Owners Are you letting Willard work for you? tCar owners everywhere are getting the habit of mak ing their regular monthly trip to the Willard Service Station the most important item in the care of their battery. / Willard Service is not ordinary battery service. It is j factory trained experts co-operating with you to keep I your battery on the job. Ad if you join the army of car lers for whom Willard works you will know that this pays big returns in bright light*, quick •tarting, faultless ignition, as well as in dollars a .id cents. We’re your Willard Service Station. We have f / *he equipment to give ' / / you the best battery service, and were backed the Willard Organ y tery for your use if Jk sir your* needs rapairs. O, Johnsons Electric Shop fnc?, 1 PERSONALS —C. B. Bird was in Madison the' past w r eel. on business. —Joe Woitkovisch of Stevens Point, spent Easter in Wausau. —Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gorman were i visitors in Merrill Sunday. —Mrs. H. M. Hurd of Merrill, and niece visited in Wausau Thursday. —Mrs. Carl Kronenwetter of Mos inee, was in the city last Saturday. —Miss Linda W’erle departed yester day for Marshfield, where she teaches school. . —Mrs. E. Krake of Birnamwood, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Weik. —Mrs. Elvira Dickens has returned to the city from an extended visit in Menomonie. —Chas. Helke departed Friday for Oshkosh on business. He returns home today. —Miss Ruth Hoeper spent Easter in W'ausau. She returned to Lawrence college yesterday. —Miss Esther Werle left yesterday for Durand after spending the Easter I vacation in Wausau. —Miss Catherine Geier returned home Saturday from a visit with rela tives at Kninelander. —Mrs. W. B. Heinemann is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Steinman and fam ily, in New York City. —Mr. and Mrs. Wynne Thom of An tigo, spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bissell in. this city. —Miss Minnie Haider has returned to the city ater spending the win ter in Grand Bay, Alabama. —Mr. and Mrs. John Manser re turned home Saturday from their win ters, rustication in Florida. —Mr. and Mrs. Christ Lund were in Rochester. Minn., the past week in the interest of the former’s health —Miss Cora Lansing was an over Sunday guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Griffith at Tomahawk. —W. H. Bissell and son, Walter, spent several days at White Lake in Langlade county, the past week. —Miss Madeline Komers departed today for Lawrence college, after spending Easter at her home here. —Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mylrea of An tigo. spent Easter Sunday in Wausau, guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Evans. —Miss Nina Kickbuscli returned Thursday from Dyersburg, Tenn., Avhere she visited Miss Virginia King. —Miss Caroline Bartlett, who is a teacher at Edgar, .is enjoying her spring vacation in the city this week. —Miss Magdalena Mohr departs for Park Falls Saturday after enjoying the spring vacation at her home here. —Mrs. X. G. Gordon of Minneapo lis, was in the city during the past week, visiting her mother, Mrs. Martha Rens. —Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dern and son, John, Miss Emma Schuetz and Oscar Schuetz spent Sunday afternoon in Merrill. —Miss Wilma Neuling returned home Wednesday afternoon from a vis it with Miss Grace Means at Rhine lander. Mrs. Joe Woitkovisch and Mrs. E. Zamzow were in Merrill yesterday at tending the funeral of Mrs. Robert Degner. —Mrs. Louis Dessert and daughter, Miss Blanche, departed Sunday night for French Lick Springs, Ind., where they will remain for two or three weeks. I —Miss Martha Rhodes of Chippewa ; Falls, was an over Easter visitor in • Wausau. She returned to her work ; (yesterday. —Frank Hagendorn of Green Bay, was a guest at the home of Mr. and j Mrs. John Hildensperger several days ! the past week. —Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Riker of Mad- ! ison attending the funeral of the lat ter's sister, Mrs. Fellner, of Oshkosh, here yesterday. —Miss Esther Lehrbas of the North western university at Evanston, was in the city the past week, spending the spring vacation. —Mrs. L. A. Pradt and daughter, Charlotte, departed Wednesday for New York City to attend the Edgar- Stephenson wedding. —Miss Marie Hildensperger arrived home Thursday noon from De Pere, where she is a teacher in the High school. Miss Hildensperger departed I again for De Pere yesterday, j —Lester Komers and Reuben Baes man departed last evening for Milwau | kee to resume their studies at Mar : quette college, following the spring I vacation. —Miss Paula Ruder returned to Lawrence college yesterday. She spent Easter at her home here. Miss Leona Ruder spent part of last week at Appleton, accompanying her sister here Friday. —Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thompson and children arrived in the city Satur day to spend Easter at the home of Mrs. Thompson’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bishop. Mr. Thompson de parted Sunday evening again for Rhinelander, but his family remained for a longer visit. NOTICE The cement season is nearly open. Let me figure on your sidewalks, floors and all kinds of cemet work. No mat ter how small the job is, I will do the work cheap and do it right. Leave orders at the house, 1114 Prospect ave nue, or at the Central House. I have also a convenient and up to date house for sale cheap. W. J. Bessert, 1114 Prospect Ave., Wausau, Wis. alow3 WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT For the week beginning Sunday, April 8, 1917: The weather will be unsettled with probably rain and snow Sunday and Monday, followeu by fair weather until Thursday or Friday, when rains will again be probable. The first part of the week will be cold, but the latter part will be warm er. Sws<t Thing! Belle—This yellow dress is not be coming to me. Nell—W T hy, dear, it matches your complexion.—Baltimore American. He who reigns within himself and roles prejudices, desires and fears if more than a king.—Milton. MASSAGE TREATMENT For your Aches, Pains and Sprains, Dr. Lawrence’s Treat ment Rooms, 515-517 Third Street, LADY ATTENDANT ’PHONE 1782 WAUSAU PILOT AN ORDINANCE An ordinance entitled renumbering ' of houses in certain districts and re naming of streets in the City of Wausau. The Common Council of the City )f Wausau do ordain as follows: Section 1. The numbering of houses along the several streets of the First Ward in the City of Wausau and all that portion of city of Wausau lying east of the C. M. & St. P. R. R. tracks found in the first, second, third and fifth wards of the City of W’ausau shall be as follows: Section 2. All houses south of the south line of Forest street and north of the south line of kickbuscli street, shall be numbered from one hundred to two hundred, All houses lying between the south line of Kickbusch street and the south line of Plumer street, shall be num bered from two hundred to three hundred, and All houses south of the south of Plumer street and north of south line of LeMessurier street, shall be num bered from three hundred to four hundred, and All houses north of the south line of LeMessurier street and south of the south line of Henrietta street, shall be numbered from four hundred to five hundred, and All houses south of the south line of Henrietta street and north of the south line of McintoslTstreet, shall be numbered from five hundred to six hundroa, and All houses south of* the south line of Mclntosh street and north of the south line of Lemke street, shall be numbered from six hundred to seven hundred, and All houses south of the south line of Lemke street and north of the south line of Young street shall be numbered from seven hundred to eight hundred, and All houses north of the south line of Young street and north of the south line of Dunbar street, shall be numbered from eight hundred to nine hundred, and All houses south of the south line of Dunbar street and north of the south line of Single avenue, shall be numbered from nine hundred to one thousand, and All houses south of the south line of Single avenue and north of the south line of Sumner street, shall be numbered from one thousand to eleven hundred, and All houses south of the south line of Sumner street and north of the south line of Manson street, shall be numbered from eleven hundred to twelve hundred, and All houses south of the soutl line of Manson street and north of the south line of Town Line Road, shall be numbered from twelve hundred to thirteen hundred, and All houses south of the south line of Town Cine Road aiTfl north of the south line of Sturgeon Eddy Road, shall be numbered from thirteen hun dred to fourteen hundred, and All houses south of the south line of Sturgeon Eddy Road and north of the south line of Miller avenue, shall be numbered from fourteen hundred to fifteen hundred, and • All houses south of the south line of Miller avenue and north of the south line of Ruder street, shall he numbered from fifteen hundred to six teen hundred, and AH houses south of the south line of Ruder street and north of the south line of Bernard street, shall be num bered from sixteen hundred to seven teen hundred, and All houses south of the south line of Bernard street and north of the south line of Fleming street, shall be numbered from seventeen hundred to eighteen hundred, and All houses south of the south line of Fleming street to Weston avenue shall be numbered from eighteen hun dred to nineteen hundred, and thence consecutively each block in a south erly direction to the city limits. All houses between Grand avenue and Seventh and Frenzel streets shall be numbered from six hundred to seven hundred. All houses east of Seventh street and west of west line of Prospect avenue shall be numbered from seven hundred to eight hundred, All houses east of the west line of Prospect avenue and west of the right of way of the C. M. & StTP. R. R., shall be numbered from eight hundred to nine hundred, also AH houses lying east of the west line of Eight street projected south of Franklin street, and All houses lying between Beilis and LaSalle streets and between the south line of Franklin and north of Jefferson streets, shall be numbered from eight hundred to nine hundred, and All houses between LaSalle street and Beilis street and the west line of Tenth street, shall be numbered from nine hundred to one thousand. All houses between the C. M. & St. P. right of way, south of Single Ave. and north of the Town Line Road and lying between said right of way and Tenth street in the Pleasant View Park Addition, shall be numbered from nine hundred to one thousand, and All houses east of Tenth street and west of the east line of Eleventh street, shall be numbered from one thousand to eleven hundred, and All houses east of Eleventh street and west of the east line of Twelfth street, shall be numbered from eleven hundred to twelve hundred. All houses east of the east line of Twelfth street and west of the east line of Twelfth street, shall be num bered from twelve hundred to thirteen hundred. All houses east of Thirteenth street to city limits shall be numbered from thirteen hundred to fourteen hundred. Section 3. The numbering of the houses in the southwest part of the city in the William’s jjul Emter’s Ad dition, shall be as follows: All houses lying between Cleveland avenue and Emter avenue, shall be numbered from one hundred to two hundred, and All houses east of Emter avenue and west of the Wisconsin river shall be numbered from two hundred to three hundred, and All houses south of Rosencranz street and north of Williams street shal be numbered from one thousand to eleven hundred, and h Tt? : rom Williaras to Adrian streets shall be numbered from eleven hundred to twelve hundred, and All houses from Adrian to Chellis streets shall be numbered from twelve hundred to thirteen hundred Section 4. There shall be one num ber for every 30 feet. Section 5. The street running north and south from Randolph street east 8h ““- The street running east and west fiom north end of Burns street shall be known as Turner street 1 The street now known as Burns street in the Smith and Manson addi tion shall hereafter be known as Turner street. n as pvL 16 slre f t r nning east from Burek a enue and lying between West. Crock r street and the city limits shall be known as Leahy street. Section 6. This ordinance shall ho enforced from and after it- U** 11 be and publication its passage Adopted this 3rd day of April, 1917 Approved, Attest: H. E. Marquardt, B. J. Hoenisch, Mayor. city Clerk. AN ORDINANCE Relating to and providing for the control and management of the water works of the city of Wausau. The Mayor and Common Council of the city of Wausau do ordain as follows : Section 1. There shall be a water commission whose duty it shall be to have charge and management of the city water works, as provided by the citv charter. The present members of said commission shall hold their of fices for the terms for which they have been respectively elected, anr’ the common council shall annually, at its regular meeting, on the first Tuesday in October, elect one member of said commission for the term of three years and until his successor is elected and qualified. In case of vacancy, the common council may at jiny regular or special meeting elect a member for the unexpired t?rm. The mayor of the city and one alderman to be appointed by the. mayor at the first regular meeting of the council in April, shall be members of said board. Section 2. At its regular meeting in Oct. of each year, the water com mission shall elect one of its members secretary of the commission. The regular monthly meetings of the commission shall precede the regular meet ing of the common council, and special meetings may be held at any time on call of the president, or on request of two members. A majority of the com mission shall constitute a quorum, and such quorum shall be necessary for the transaction of business. The secretary shall keep a record of. the pro ceedings of the commission, and the president and secretary shall sign all orders payable from the water department fund and shall have authority to sign any contracts entered into by the commission. Section 3. The water commission shall have the general management and supervision of the city water works, and all matters connected therewith, and shall have the general power and authority to appoint all officers and employes of the water department, except the civil engineer, to prescribe their duties and to make such rules and regulations for the management of said depart ment as it shall from time to time find necessary for the safe, economical and efficient management and protection of the water works, and such rules and regulations when approved by the council shall have the same validity as ordinances, when not repugnant to the ordinances of the city, or to the con stitution and laws of the state. Said commission shall also make an annual report. Section 4. The said commission at its regular October meeting shall ap point a superintendent who shall be the general executive officer of the water works department, excepting as to the engineering work thereof. He shall give a bond in the sum of one thousand ($1,000.00) dollars conditioned for the faithful discharge of his duties, and shall hold his office for one year, unless sooner removed by said commission. Section 5. The city engineer and surveyor of the city shall have general charge and direction of all the engineering work of the water department and all the engineering records of the department shall be kept in the city en gineer’s office. Copies of such records shall be furnished by him for the use of the water department when requested by the superintendent. It shall be his duty as such engineer of the water department to superintend the installation of all new machinery; the construc tion of all new wells or reservoirs, and in general to have charge of all work of extensions or improvements of the water works plant. All work of this nature which shall be let by contract shall be under his direct super vision and if the water commission shall direct any such work to be done by the city without the intervention of a contract he shall have general super vision of the work and shall, subject to such regulations as the commission may adopt, have authority to purchase the material therefor, and to employ the necessary help and labor for such work, at the expense of the water de partment. The superintendent shall, excepting as aforesaid, have general su pervision of the water works department under the direction of the water com mission, and shall have general supervision over buildings, grounds, and all matters connected therewith; and shall see that all ordinances, rules and regulations of the water commission are complied with: that the conditions of all contracts, excepting so far as they relate to the engineering work of said department, by or with said department are faithfully complied with: that the assessments of the water rates are duly made, collected and paid into thecitv treasury. He shall keep a record of all accounts and claims for or against the said department, and of all'elffensions, additions, eliaiges, alterations and attachments made to the system of water works, and of all meters and the location thereof, and he shall perform such other duties as the water com mission may prescribe. . ~ Section 6. Accounts against the water department shall be audited t>\ the water commission, and if approved shall be paid in the manner provided by Section 925-951) of the Wisconsin Statutes. The water department shall pay to the city engineer in the manner and at the time or times at which other salaries are paid, a sum equal to one-fourth of the amount of the salary of the city engineer as fixed by the common council. Sec tion 7. The ordinances, rules, regulations and water rates passed by the common council or adopted by the water commission shall be considered a part of the contract with every person, company or corporation supplied with water through the water system of the city; and every such person, company or corporation by taking water shall be considered to express his of their assent to be bound thereby. Section 8. The superintendent and persons under his direction shall have free access at all reasonable hours to any premises supplied with city water, for the purpose of inspecting and examining the water service appliances. Section 9. No service connection or other attachment to any of the water mains shall be made except by brass corporation cock not exceeding one (1) inch internal diameter and no smaller than % inch shall be inserted. Water service pipes connecting with corporation in water main in street shall be no smaller than % inch internal diameter extra strong lead pipe as per schedule of weights of lead pipe. Each service pipe to have a brass Round- Way Curb stop and iron box at sidewalk, terminating above surface of ground. All service pipes to be laid in ground below action of frost 7 ft. below surface. Service pipes connecting with curb stops extended into house or building must have a brass Round-Way stop and waste with rod and iron box one (1) foot inside of front wall or basement. All rising lines must have a separate stop and waste cock at the foot of each line with a rod and box extending through basement floor. Where there are more fixtures than a water closet on any line of water pipe, a stop valve must be placed in the supply pipe to the tank of said closet. A separate stop cock must be placed in the cold water feed to range boiler to control all hot water lines, so that cold water can be had if repairs to the hot water pipes are necessary. Where galvanized iron water pipes are at present installed and new in stallations are to be made the new water supply pipe must be of lead. All cold water supply pipes leading to plumbing fixtures to be extra strong lead pipe except sill cock or hose cocks, also excepting supply to Hot Water Tanks and Hot Water Pipes which may be of heavy galvanized iron. Air chamber is required for each faucet. Following schedule of lead pipe to be used when making connections with City Water Mains for service and branch pipes. % inch extra strong, 3 lbs. per foot. % inch extra strong, 3 lbs. 8 oz. per foot. 1 inch extra strong, 4 lbs. 12 oz. per foot. lVi inch extra strong, 6 lbs. per foot. 1y 2 inch extra strong, 7 lbs. 8 oz. per foot. 1% inch extra strong, 8 lbs. per foot. 2 inch extra strong, 10 lbs. per foot. Any other connections with the City water mains can only he made by special permit of the superintendent upon authority of the water commission. Section 10. Whenever the common council shall determine to pave or macadamize any street in which a water main has not been laid, it shall be the duty of the city clerk to notify the water commission of such determina tion, and said commission shall thereupon determine whether or not a water main shall be laid in same street before the same shall be improved. And if said commission shall determine to lay a water main therein or if a water main has already been laid therein it shall be the duty of said commission to determine what service connections shall be made with such main before the improvement of such street and the location thereof. And it shall there upon be the duty of such commission under the direction of the city surveyor to make such service connection. Section 11. It shall be the duty of the water commission whenever the common council shall by resolution so determine, upon petition of abutting property owners or whenever public interest shall in their opinion require, and when there is money in the water fund for that purpose, or whenever the common council shall determine to pave or macadamize any street, to cause water mains to be laid or extended to supply water consumers. Such mains to be of the size and to the extent the common council or water commission shall determine. One-half of the cost of such laying or extention of water mains for the supply of water to consumers shall be borne by the city at large, and the other one-half of the cost thereof shall be assessed by the board of public works upon the property abutting upon the street or alley, upon which such main water pipe is laid according to frontage in the manner provided by law; such cost not to exceed the cost of a six (6) inch water main, and whenever one-half of the cost of the laying or extension of a water main on any street or alley has been assessed upon the abutting property as hereinbefore pro vided Upon petition of the owner or occupant of such abutting property, desiring to become a consumer of water, the superintendent shall extend one service pipe to be based on a three-fourth inch diameter for such consumer to the curb without charge, for each 60 feet of frontage. Upon all streets and alleys where water mains have heretofore been laid and no assessment of the cost of any part thereof has been made therefor, upon the abutting property ,a charge of $lO shall be made for the laying of the first service pipe to the curb upon the petition of such consumer of water, and for each additional or subsequent supply pipe which may be petitioned for and laid, a charge of the cost thereof shall be made. The cost of such laying of service pipes shall be computed by the superintendent and shall be paid before such service connection is made and no water shall be supplied- until such expense is paid. Section 12. Unless paid in advance as provided in the preceding section the expense of laying service pipes from the main to the curb and of connect ing such service pipes with the main, shall be charged to and is made a lien upon the real estate to be served by such service pipes. And all such service pipes shall be maintained and kept in repair under the supervision of the water department at the expense of such property. Section 13. No claim shall be allowed against the city on account of the interruption of the water supply caused by the breaking of pipes or machinery or by the stoppage for repairs, or on account of fire or other emergency, and no ciaim shall be allowed for any damages caused by the breaking of any pipe or machinery. Section 14. Only such persons as shall be authorized by the superintendent of the water department or the chief engineer of the fire department shall be permitted to open any fire hydrant for any purpose whatsoever. And no one except such person shall be permitted to take the hydrant wrenches or suffer the same to be taken from any fire engine house except for fire depart ment purposes. Section 15. All water rents shall be paid in such manner and at such time as the water commission shall determine. All water rates, whether by schedule or meter, which shall not be paid within thirty days after the same shall become due and payable, shall be increased by a penalty of 10 per cent., and shall become a lien upon the premises receiving the service, and if re maining unpaid shall be collected as a special tax in the next annual tax roll. Section 16. The water commission shall annually, before the making of the budget, report in writing to the common council the amount which, in its judgment, should be included in the general tax levy for the benefit of the water department, and the common council shall include in the budget and in the general tax levy such sum for the benefit of such department as the common council shall determine to be reasonable. Section 17. Surplus revenues of the water department shall be applied in such manner as the water commission shall determine or the common council shall direct, and as provided by law. Section 18. Any plumber, pipe fitter or other person, who shall violate any of the provisions of this ordinance or any of the ordinances, rules or regulations passed by the common council or adopted by the water commis sion relating to the water works department or who shall turn on water into anv premises from which the water has been shut off or imo TMch the water has not yet been turned, or who shall connect any water main or service pipe without first having obtained a permit therefor, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each offense. Any such plumber or pipe fitter violating any of the provisions of this section shall also forfeit his license as such plumber or pipe fitter; and such forfeiture shall also operate as a suspension of the license held by any co-partner in the same business or by any other person in his employ. Section 19. There shall be created a fund designated as the water depart- ment fin'd and the city treasurer shall keep a separate account of all moneys received for water rents and by reason of the provision of this ordinance. All the running expenses of the water works department of said city shall be paid out of such fund. Any balance of such fund remaining in the hands of the city treasurer on the tirst day of July in each year shall be applied to pay interest and principal on the water works bonds as the same fall due or as the common council may otherwise direct. Section 20. The fo'lowing annual rates are hereby established for the sup ply of water to consumers. The minimum annual rate for a service shall be $4.00. Rates for all services not enumerated shall be fixed by the superintend ent and reported to the commission for approval: For automobiles, each $ 1.00 Banks 1 I 111 I__ 8J)0 Bakeries 10.00 in $ 15.00 Barber shop, 2 chairs or less 4.00 each additional chair 1.00 Bath tubs, public each 5.00 “ “ private 2.00 Second tubs in private family 1.50 Billiard rooms 5.00 to 10.00 Blacksmith shop 4.00 over two fires sl, per fire extra Boarding and lodging houses, per room 1.00 Boilers, other than manufacturing plants in use 12 hrs. and less per day, per horse power 1.00 Boilers for house warming, private 1.00 Boilers for business blocks, special rate. Book binderies .. 4.00 to 8.00 Bottling houses, ale, beer or pop 15.00 Breweries, distilleries and rectifiers, special rates Beer pump 6.00 Building purposes, per 1000 brick 10c per 100 sq. yards plastering 15c stone per cord 15c concrete, per cubic yard 5c cement walks, per 100 sq. feet 10c Churches, free, except fixtures charged same as private. Church motors, power for organs 25.00 Cigar manufactories 4.00 for each person employed above 4 50c Cisterns filled, 50 bbls. or less 2.00 for additional 50 bbls. o- less 1.00 Club rooms ; 4.00 Confectionary manufactories __ 10.00 to 15.00 Cows, each 1.00 Car barn, special rate. Drug stores 8.00 Dwelling houses, 4 rooms or less, per family 4.00 each additional room 50c each additional family in same building, 4 rooms or less 3.00 each additional room 50c Dwellings in connection with business houses same as above; business houses extra. Dyeing and scouring 10.00 to 25.00 Eating houses 8.00 to 15.0 G Fountains flowing not exceeding 8 hours per day, May Ist to Nov. Ist, % inch orifice 15.00 Fountains, as above, 1-16 inch jet 10.00 Fountains, constant flow, % inch jet 25.00 Fountains, constant flow, inch jet 75.00 other jets or sprays, special rate. Garage, private, 2 cars or less „ 4.00 Garage, public 1 10.00 to 50.00 Gas works—meter or special rate. Halls, public 4.00 Hotels, per room 1.00 Ice cream saloon, 3 tables or less 4.00 each additional table .50 Laundries, steam 50.00 to 100.00 “ by hand 15.00 to 20.00 Livery stables, 6 horses or less, including washing carriages- 12.00 each additional horse 1.00 Manufacturing plants—special or metei rates. Meat markets, boiler extra 8.00 Offices, not occupied by more than 4 persons, including 1 basin 4.00 each additional person .50 Photograph galleries 10.00 Printing offices 4.00 each person over 4 .50 Puddling ditches—special rates. Restaurants—(see eating' houses) Railroad depots—special rates. Stores drug or liquor 8.00 other stores, 4 persons or less 4.00 each additional person .50 .Saloons 10.00 Saloons, having overflow on bar 20.00 Sleeping rooms 1.00 Soda fountains 5.00 Stable, public—(see liveries) Stable, maintaining overflow, SIO.OO in addition to regular rate. Stable, private, each horse 1.00 Stables, sales, double stall 1.03 single stall .50 Stables, temporary housing 4.00 to 10.00 Steam boilers, 50 H.P. or under, running 15 hours or less per horse power 1.00 each additional horse power ' .50 Sprinkling lot, 60x120 1.00 each additional lot or part, according to frontage , .50 to 1.00 Street sprinkling, 60 ft. or less, to street center only 1.00 each additional 60 ft. or less 1 1.00 Theatres 4.00 to 20.00 Urinals, public, constant flow, per bowl • 5.00 with automatic shut-off . 2.50 Urinals, slab, constant flow, per foot 3.00 with automatic shut-off 1.50 Urinals, in blocks and manufacturing plants—s2.so for 2 ft. and SI.OO for each additional foot. A double rate however will be charged unless provided with an automatic shut-off. Urinals in banks and offices 2-50 “ “ private houses 2.50 Warehouses—special rates. Washbasins, first in buildings rated free each additional 1.00 Water closets, automatic flush—meter rates only. Water closets, private 2.00 each additional 1.00 Water closets, public, self-closing 5.00 Hopper closets not allowed. Work shops, 4 persons 4.00 each additional person .50 Yard hydrants, only in connection with dwellings and boarding houses (minimum). 4.00 Goose necks not allowed. No consumers shall pay less than $1 for 3 months water service, and any consumer who shall cause an unnecessary waste of water without a permit therefor, shall have the water turned off after 10 days notice. METER RATES. No consumer under meter rates shall pay less than one dollar per term of 3 months, entitling him to use 500 cubic feet of water In said period. The following rates are hereby established for the consumption of water through meters payable every three months. First 500 Cubic feet or fraction thereof SI.OO. Over 500 “ “ to 1,000 ft. 20 cts. per hundred Over 1,000 “ “ to 2,000 “ 17 “ “ Over 2,000 “ “ to 4,000 “ 15 " “ Over 4,000 “ “ to 7,000 “ 13 “ “ Over 7,000 “ “ to 10,000 “ 12 “ “ Over 10,000 “ “ to 14,000 “ 11 “ " Over 14,000 “ “ to 20,000 “ 10 “ “ Over 20,000 “ “ to 25,000 ‘ 9 “ “ Over 25,000 “ “ to 35,000 “ 8 “ “ Over 35,000 “ “ to 45,000 “ 7 “ “ Over 45,000 “ “ to 60,000 “ 6 Over 60,000 “ “ to 80,000 “ 5 “ “ Over 80,000 “ “ to 110,000 “ 4 Over 110,000 “ “ to 200,000 “ 3 “ “ Over 200,000 “ 2 “ “ The owner of the premises will in all cases be responsible for the payment of water consumption. The city reserves the right to place meters whenever deemed advisable and charge for the consumption of water at meter rates. Consumers shall be permitted to install meters, provided however, that the meters and manner of installation shall be approved by the water com mission and in accordance to the regulations therefor. Section 21. The quarterly rental for meters shall be, as follows: For a % inch meter $ .25 .. .. u .. .. 40 “ “ 1 “ “ .50 “ “ Hi “ “ .75 “ “ 1% “ “ 1.00 “ “ 2 “ “ 1.50 “ “ 3 “ “ 2.50 “ “ 4 “ “ 5.00 “ 6 “ “ 10.00 Section 22. Any ordinance or regulation relating to the water works of the city of Wausau conflicting with the provisions of the fore-going ordinance is hereby repealed. Section 23. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication. Adopted this 3rd day of April, A. D. 1917. *, \ Attest: Approved: R. J. hOexisch, H. E. MARQUARDT, City Clerk. Mayor. MARION NORTON Suggests: “Between NYAL FOOT BATH TABLETS and NYAL EAS’EM —I find no trouble in keeping my feet happy. Mo more do I suffer with tired, aching, burning feet. Then, too —I’ve found a way of eliminating foot perspiration : I bathe my feet at night in a solution of NYAL FOOT BATH TABLETS and in tue morning I shake EAS'EM into my shoes.” The combination does give great foot comfort, at a small investment: , Nyal Foot Beth Tablets 25c per box Nyal Eas'ent 25c per box PLOSS PHARMACY “The Quality Drug Store” Phone 1069 510 Third St. Wausau, Wis.