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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1018.
J t DRAFT BOARD TO SEND 500 WHITE; 180 NEGRO Whlto Men to Go to Cnin, Tr.ivi Frltluy Ncgruc Go In July. Information at (ourthoiiw. EXHAUST ALL COLORED MEN lliisy Mulling1 Out ;ii''tii'i,tinlrii T'i Itciiiii ItotrUitmiH 'l.i'Kiil Alii 1'nnhlcl. Thrsn are bui'v d.i 1 up :n 'ho d'y exemption lifiuril room II m n n ct gelling nil Hi" induction pn epi ready for 'ho iioO' i,.cn who an In t,". tn Ciiin:) Truvw lu-'.l I ri U.. .M must i fffy kinl .'f a prop islunii Is put up Hi 'he iiicinnHrt "t Him bo. ml every ill, runiiit t fioni iihicct plemi for i jsmpilnii ;o iIi'mmou for itninediutfi Induction. lloiwciii tin l'l'.:i 'in I I Till of July the tiori i .1 li.ii 'li'Uf, In M-tid ISO rn'Krn-H lu r.iinp I'liUc, I''1 Mnlnc. Iowa. Tlilx v.!H pi.idl .illy exhaust TuUa city's n''' i con':n gcnl. V'nt Sigurd IMili-ii'V Tn the elly boards; appeal fur in formal Inn, I: was no: ieiiit b.' them, no It la slated, ihn' tln'v cine li r un signed liif-irainll-iii. They i . -4i Mt that those smiling lnf'i "'!' tn'it will lead la npnreh' rn-iort of in ul Juged slaekr". w;!ii 'ln'ir nanus The names will t. lull I'l i onfid.mce. hut the Idea N II .'" If. .i'I'T an in VPHllKallnn, lh bnni.! run linn In form the Infninmr in to 'heir ret urns for action. In some nu t d HENDRICKS' C. 0. D. Grocery and Market Phone 7660 Oppoiite Hotel Tulia FREE DELIVERY Orson corn, dos fl0r Cantaloupes, mrh 1"" Everything In Fresh Vegetables that's on the market. 1 Dreseed Hens, pound 5" No. t pall horn rendered lard..7So No. I pull homo rendored lard $1,115 No. 10 pail home rerrflered lard $1.50 Larg can peaches In light ayrup 20c Small ran peaphe In light ayrup Iftc BmanjBlackberrle Small cdM rod raspberries .. 4 10a rolls toilet paper Small can red plttad charring. . No. 1 tomatoes, per run . , . . No. 8 tomatoes, per can . . . . NoN. t Pickwick tomatora ... Pickwick corn, 1 for....... Pickwick peaa, 2 for Karly peas, per can . . Pork and bana, per can.... .Lima beana, per can....... Ly hnmlny, per can. .150 ,15c .9Sc .I5n .150 , ,1Ho , ,20c , .lino . .S5c . .15c . ,10c . .10c . .100 Tall can pink salmon. .S0o Pick wick aockeye aalmon 15c Kraut, per can 15c Dairy Maid hominy, 1 for.... 25c Urown Keauty beana, 3 for., ...85c Plnkwlrk penrJie 1 25c Pickwick ooffe i' 85c Pearl White eoap, 10 bar 45o Xbor aoap, 10 hara 45c Hwlft'a white aoap, t bara 25c P. A O. aoap, 4 bare 25fl Bob White aoap, 6 bara 2Ac : Hani-flush . 25c Dutch Cleanser, t for' 25o Argo starch,-8 pkga 25c Spaghetti, 8 pkga. 25c Macaroni, t pkga 25c Cream chaeae, pound S5c Large elie Jell leu and jama ....25c Reach Nut peanut butter for...S5c Bulk peanut butter, lb 25c , Palmollva aoap 10c Bayman'e aoap 10c E-Z Real and Maaon Jnra. Jar Rlngi and Kxtra Jar Cnpa. We deliver to Kendall and Orcutt Wedneadaya and Kridaya. innnd Ik mii.l.'. In iinni;i'nl l-t t . rx for thn mil ii II hi nl ;i man on mvir fani'leil gruiiu Ih. I'hhjIj;' tlm te nd ha alri'a.iv tn .-.cmj.-.v I II " and reuolivl. ,rn-1 u h. rjfi n " wliclhi-r to let li, n !i i.ik! in I. 't In lliln fiiNH llwi'" l-' il.i'Vri " ' I I '"' I rfellllKH ac .in'U lln- l-innl. In- Ihi'V Hlllln r I li. 'l'i 'I '!' li'' lu'CllUMi" III' y i.i H it k i-lV lo Vh.i.H III Will" UiKMln.ini :i' 1 1 mi.' maii'-ii out fi.mi 'In' ' "ij ii ' v li' iiil at li" niio of i-U'liiy ii i.'uy l-ji tiw in I f'.nr itny T'l.i In. .nil Inn i.'i.M'i 'J ilfr tn nmil '(iiritiiiiiii.rn' to 'i per crnt uf i h ir li' v.' KMnttimi lay until lln! tthni" iiiinil'M- been mull" I nut. 'I'l l' Mine rnh-.l will nliiiiiii in t'i" ti.iii.iiii'-: . f in. i Hint were ll if" t l.i'.' e.ir 'I'l.v miml I." r i'i ii 'il fili-'l .'i Ir, . n n iIiivk after :-i. . ,.t ii.- Hi.' ri .HHin.nt '!i.i liiiil .i.lv.Hiirv IikimI will I., found m th" I'MMiinil" i i.ii!. iiii rii 10 tlie i.otmtv ( n't 1 1 linitj-.il l. I'lio .iii.v Hid llu-y may d.Hl.i! In fillln'oiit tin-ifiii'Httniiiiairi-H. SAVE UP TILL THURSDAY IF YOU WANT BEEFSTEAK TIiIh Ik ftiif uf tin- llrcf Itrslrlrll.iiw Oil TiiImiiih Ni'iv MrullrHH Orili-rn Hhim'iI. Hteakfl everv Tliur.iduy only und fur the iliiiri.'r irietit,, n.nlv, tlien j ronrit l.e..f iiinner n"v. mi Mninhiyi", I Hlewtnl. hnlli'il or heif liiuh, illni,er only, on Wedoi'iilay mid Hutiir.liv, IheHii are the new meat rent i il l i.hih laid down fur TiiIkiiiim hv the lt j. and rminiy fnnd ridiiiliiiiriitniH i-m-terday. iieiing In iii'i'iird.i ore Willi telej h phlii ltiHJ,rnrliiiliH Iriiiit llir hert Jluiiver. natinnal fund iiiliiiiilii trulnr. forwai deil thr.uiKh ,linli:i. '' II. Ami'H, food (idmliilHiralnr for Oklahnllirt. The order were put Into iff.vt Immediately mid tnii.'it he faithfully olmervj'fl. lly-prnilucta of beef, aiich n m fall, llvera, tntnriien, nweellu . iIm, lieiirla. kldneyn, hriilna unit Iripe, tuny be. served at nny time, n rnHV ham and haeon, Ihouith the gnvern mnt request that the Arnerl' in p. o pie use as little bnriin lis iioadlde still holds. Iiidge Ames. In forwarding the In structlons, staled that the iiiitluiial fond nilmlliimratnr eniisHtly re rinesleil all hotels and puliHe eatliiK liluees to edvertlHe the days beef rrnv ho eaten In necnrjunre with the above directions, so that the atten tion of the public may he forused upon the new naulallona and their lo-operii'lon Invited. BOY SCOUTS READY FOR THE CHAUTAUQUA lime IIitii liusy Ncllluir Tlckcut and I'liiaiii lal ItHitt KiiiTcKnfiil Says 'riiuiiiiHiin. PLATFORM MANAGER HERE TULSA LEADS IN NAVAL RESERVE ENLISTMENTS Young Men Attracteil to llrnni li of Nuvy I'lrst to l and When Thcr'a Tronbli". Knllatmenta at the Inral reerultnn alutlun last week for the tiavnl re arrve were nearly doublo the num ber of the preceding week, doubtless due 111 a great measure to the ac tivity of German submarines off the Atlantic coast. There were nr. en listments last week compared to 15 the preceding auven days. Oklahoma Oily led the week s en listment in the navy with SJ. Tulsa being second with 10. Other recruit ing stations reported the following! t'hlokaaha 0, Muskogee 5, McAllister a, Unlil I, Ardinore 4, Clinton 3. Mo han 0. ARTISTIC PHPGRAPHY I who wish their I 1 phntugraphs J nl M btifiirn going , i flit J l w,r wl" ! ill I I reive a Arduc I fill J Hon of I $5 00 1 rim dozkn I 'C . DeGueldre- IRrvkin f 12 W. 4th riuma I4U Biff-Sang-Bing. Absolutely th Cheapest Place in Town to Buy Groceries Liver, per lb 5c Cured Hams, per lb 30c Picnic Hams, per lb. v, ..... . 25c Navy Beans, per lb 15c Pink Beans, per lb. 10c (Don't expect these beans to last long at these prices.) Good Sorghum Molasses, per gal 75c (Eat1 more sorghum and less sugar.) Good Creamery Butter, por lb 45c Good Sirloin Steak, per lb 35c 50 lbs. pure Lard $11.75 20 lbs. pure Lard $5.40 (Cheaper than compound.) If you can do as well elsewhere and they will deliver the goods to you by messenger or other wise, we don't blame you for not trading with us. and Save Money PEOPLES EXCHANGE GROCERY & MARKET 111-113 East First Street. Buy W. S. S., June 25th to 28th. tf.. a ih.fcka1i Hi OjK'iiliig iToirrain Tills Af- uriiiMin I'aliliiilc MiiNlral NiiiiiImt tn Oim-ii It. Fiv hundred hoy eeouts are liuny ti d.iv ('el tiny r.a'ly fur the npeninir i'f the TuN f-lliLII Illll't mi - They mve been hunliiuf for days selllng'tleketa. and yesierdav l.rnlie all rei:ord for it iHi'nit ion nf ad inlselons Si'iiiiimaHier 'i'tioiii.miti In eon-rr-i'iil.iMiur Hie l.n mi their won derful work. They have entered In to ihe affntr wliii enthusiasm, and have heen loynl to Hie cause, giving boms :ind hourM tn the financial Ue talis I loetnr Aubrey the platform man. in:, r. arrived 111 TuNa yesterday, and Is uu'iriei ed ai the V. M. ,1'. A. hnildliiK. Mies i lis., ii, who has cliurne of the mornini: ,lav hours and looks after much of the detail work of the lo sNlniiH, Mi-i iyed lust niiHtt. Miss f 1 1 14, in i the jiei-Kioial reiresentnllve of Mr Homer, of the lleiljith-Uur-Iirr cniniiany. Tim opi-iilng pmgrnni starts this nfiernoon at 2-4.1 o'clock. An or chestra of women In li mlllUiry pro Krain i lulit iniisirUns. and "clever, cttiriniiiir mid talenled." nccnntlng to the press airent, "offer a bright, hreey, cheerful litOKpilll of lliatru niental music" , At nlcht the Hcrmlnn starts at 7:0 o'eloeli and In addition to a inimical program l.v the llpglmental orches tra, John P. Ilatto elves character lmiern(ii,iillnns. Inchidliig a hlstorlo and iatrintii reylew. The revenue from the chnutauiiia goes tn the boy scout funds und la used for promoting their work. All these niimhers will be given In the bbrh school auditorium exespt Miss Warren's nddress, which la to he at lonvenllon hall. MAKING UP CITY BUDGET f imnmlHelimer rind Job lilffliult One lo Italic I'uiuls to Hold City 1-jiipliiycH. j Mayor Charle . Hubbard and tbb city coiiinilHSloners were en grossed yesterday nfiernoon with making up the city budget, for suh rnlNMlon to the county excise hoard which ineetH next month. A two hours' conference was held In the mayor's private office. The commissioners nro confronted with the problem of econotnl.tng In every wav possible in order lo hold the expenditures the coming year within the estimated revenues. Kven with the 2-ntlH additional levy the tremendous Increase In Ihe rust of operating tho city govern ment the coming year wilt- tux Ihe revenue fund to the closest maraln, not Including the lift In salaries. The rapid growth of the city, extension of streets and other cltv improve ments, necessity of enlarging the fire department, the police force and vir tually every oilier department haa fop several months past railed fur the expenditure of more money than tlm city lias. The commissioners are making UD tlielr budgets upon the basis of the voting of Ihe extra 2-mlll levy assuming that It will be voted, as It Is the only way the efficiency of the cltv government can be maintained. It wilt be several iluya before the budget la completed. lost cTrof "watermelons Food Administration Took Over Mpolli'd I'oiwIgnniiMit from Florida. A carload of watermelon nhlpprd In tho commli.slnn firm of tlooilner Malone was !;:fccn in charge yewter. day hv Food Administrator H. Iniuglas, who wired the Florida con signee to release the shipment to Ihe local bank which held the bill of lading, ao that an adjustment could be made under the regulations na laid down hy the national food ad ministration. The melons were al leged to be unfit for consumption. Huch of the melons ng are market able will bo sold and a settlement will be made under the supervision of the locnl food administration. The ! remainder will be destroyed j Watermelons are higher Ibla year i thnn ever before and have been re- billing at I1.fi.petn 2 each. All 1 shipments so far received have come ! from Florida and southern (leorgla ' iind thn high freight rstes are one of the causes of the high prices Af ter the first of the month, when the ! new freight rales go Into effect they would be still higher, but by that time the crops nearer home will he ' comlriir on the market, which will neutralize the Increase in freight j rates. BUILDING PERMITS SLUMP June Must Take Spurt to l-xitinl Tolal t'nrrcf pmullng Month 1017. June building permits after a sev. eral days hIiiiiip. hraced up yester day and with a tntA' fur Ihe day of nearly $3.'i.0ni hri total up to f.lII.Ono. It looks now .'i.0nii 1 to fi:i as If Ihe record for the month will go over thn HuO.Oiln mark, but the Indications are that it will show a falling i ff fronl' .1 une a year ago of nearly IlilO.tipo. Yesterday's permits embraced more than $"0,000 worth of new res idences, several handsome hcimcs helnir among those listed. K. A. iiulilliiger will build n $5 000 resl- 1 deuce at li4 Smith New pnrt and t It. Soger took out a permit for a ! '1 nail residence at 1!XI Smith Cbev. 'rune, nthers were as follows Wil Hani Hudson. JS.Oiirt, on Hlllette street In K istland ; I,. V Van Val- Uenburg, f.'l.rtnn, at S.10 North yua 'in Ii. and Mrs Morion, $.1 500. at .Mf2 Has! Admiral, li. It. ijtohe took out a permit for a I2.00 apartment at 1-Vurtcenth and I'lnclnnatl, and the Hush-Hums Healty company yVere given permits for four garnFes to c-sit ? 7 r, ii each at 1 - 3 Norfolk and 1324-25-32 i vra;tsa. , GARBAGE ROW CONTINUES: HOGS WON'T EAT CANS BtsmmtkmmwmiBMaaasmMSBmmimmmm B3 S3 WH trim OTIWirrrFrTrr'TrrW'rfflWi' IHfflB M ?m",1u1'7lT':HrmTiaifl'rTrfMrT'''TT'TT'tnia"Mal ttaUUiurltbn-&!Httt a Mi CASH SALE WEEK Offering Scores of Thrift Values For Patriotic Savers DSBOCSBQB DQ BBSEaag 09 Cash Week Special! All Summer , Neckwear at One-Half Price Include collar; collar and ooff aeta, reatee. etc. This sale was inaugurated for the purpose of getting in ready cash to buy merchandise for the fall and winter seasons. Dur ing these war times merchandising conditions are so, that we must, in order to be able to secure complete stocks, and serve our patrons with the things they need, buy our merchandise from three to six months in advance of the season. By paying cash for this merchandise, it permits us to sell for less, therefore, for this week only, we will offer most extraordinary values FOR SPOT CASH ONLY in wanted and seasonable merchandise. Every item in the store specially discounted for cash this week. Each ,dav we can quote only a few of the many special values of fered, ft will be to your interest to pay us a visit. A Big Lot of Plain and Fancy Hair Bow Ribbons Hundred of piece of wide silk and aatin ribbons In flo rals, novelty stripes, plaids, plain colors, moires,' etc. 25c Save on Linens irNow Is the Time t0 Bw a Suit flarlrjte such as these are well worth considering, even when th linen market la normal. Damask Napkin of all linen, extra aatln finish, limited quantity. To elos out, Special ' $4.39 98c 79c HiUf HhNU'hed Table linen 7 Inches wide, all linen, pretty patterns. Just a limited amount, to sell, Hpe ( si, yard , Mercnrteert Tfelilo Ultra 70 Inches wide, a vory heavy qual ity, satin finish, ralaed scroll and floral patterns, special th yard . . , nKI MNKN8 OocIk Bed Nprrtwla A full bleach selected long staple yarn, pretty medallion centers, scal loped and plain hemmed. Three are just slightly soiled. Hpeclal Hed Slier t Made of best sheet ing, tnrh and hammed, these are brands we are unable to duplirate. and will close out at extremely low prices. 63x90- 11.15; 72x10 1. 35; llxlt I.SIi. I. $LW JWfXeV TOWKMNO. Tinrwn ( ruh Toweling IS Inches wide, all linen quality; limited amount. Spe cial, the yard Half lllwhed Toweling 1 1 Inches wide; an all linen rraah. Special His yard .... 10c A2c 17c Hcaty ('rash Toweling 18 inches wide, will give good serv ice. Bleached or brown 1 j? Kr-ec -ii the yard it)C Cotton Hack Towels 16x30 Innhes, good weight Uperlal each Tim Doarn, 1.90 Ijtucn Hnck Towels A heavy quality, all linen huck, hem stitched, lx3 inches. 4 f . Special. 4V C Turkish IlaUi Towels 22x44 inches, an extra heavy terry cloth, full bleachee), hemmed, white with fancy colored stripes, also plain.. ACkn white. Special, UC Special Reductions for Cash Only on Kntlie Stock of Linens, to. Talilo Cloth Ready For I'sc (4x54 inch, good weight, extra value. C -t QCk tySpeclal J J AU I J lion Napkin 22x2'! in. An extra heavy damask, pret ty patterns. , Q J Ofl Special 04t)t Crash Suiting 3 to 44 Inches . wide. Ivory f whit 7Vc Snd Floor. Most Noteworthy Savings In 3 1 II Seasonable Silks Her are only a few of th many excep tional valuea to be found in our Silk Section thla week: FANCY GFXUUiFJTTE CREPES EntlM assortments of Fancy Georgette Crepe In figure and checks, 40 Inches wide, offered In on big lot at . . PONGFE SIIJl A popular and aervlreable material for ummer wear, 3 Inches wide, in gray, brown. Li. purple, Belgian, navy, brown and !'. Special , Of excellent quality, 14 and 40 Inches wide, 'in gray, rose, copen, King Blue, green, purple, nary and black. Special, th yard FANCY SATINS AND TAFFETA A large collection of excellent quality Taffeta, H Inches wide, shown in beau tiful, color combinations In plaids and atrip, also plain black. Special th yard PLAT KHAKI ROOIj Ao exceptional value in this well known and popular material, for tnlts and skirts, II Inches wide Special, th yard ItlutCK PANNF, SATIN IOvsly quel icy. rich, aoft finish, cor rect weight for suits, coats and skirts, 45 Inches wide. Special C Q DO th yard $00 if Special Discount on all Wool, Silk and Wash Dreaa Good for Cash Only. Ind Floor ., $1.89 $1.89 $1.89 $1.35 $2.29 -jm mi m mrrn. 1 -v 4 m . ww 1 - 1 a 1 1 JIost Drastic Reduction-This Week For Gash Only klany Suits in this sale that will be good for i Smartly tailored fancy models In etons, rip all summer, and for fall wear. ' I pi backs, etc. Reduced Prices Sj50 $150 $20ana$2500 In Gabardines, Trlootlne, Sorgo, Checks, etc.. In tans, grays, copen, brown, black and white checks, and some fancies. rSpecial Lot of Navy Blue Suits-, ajt One-Third Off Included are plain tailored, belted, ripple back models, soma hand embroidered, others braid or button trimmed. Our Entire Stock of Womsn'a and Misses Ready-to-Wear Garments at Special Reductions for Cash only. No Refunds, No Exchanges or C. O. Da. Thlrv Floor. Cash Sale Week Values In Drapery Materials Drapery Madras Splendid qual ity mercerized finish, floral pat terns In brown, green, blue and rose, 38 Inches wide. Special th yard.... 69c .T".89c Madras 40 Inches wld In beau tiful floral designs. In brown and blue only, the yard .... Bnnfast Drapery Mali i lal 80 Inches 'wide, highly mercerised finish, plain color, blue, ptnk, rose, brown and green, fljj Special the yard isOC Drapery Madras BO Inches wld In motto, two-ton effect, In leaf and floral designs, highly mercerized quality. In rose, blue, mulberry, brown and green. Special the & 1 1 yard P J- ! O Special Discounts on all other Drapery and Curtain Materials, Heady-Made Curtains, etc, for Cash Only. 6th Floor. Stationery Bargains You Should Not Miss CHOICE OK ROO BOXES OF FINE BOXED STATIONERY AT 39c White and tinted paper and envelopes or cards and en velopes, newest styles and shapes white, sky, pink, hello, buff, gray and khaki. ' on. POI ND PAPER Wt7l 78 Sheets to th pound. Envelope to Match Pkgs of 25, 10c Main Floor , - Cash Sale Bargains From the Housedress "-Section Women's Bonsedreases of fig ured lawns In pink and blue, piped In solid colors; sis 3 8 pec lal .......... $2,18 Women's Bouao Dresses mad of lawns. In bin cr black pin stripes, straight skirts with tu nics, low square packs and whit collar. ! to 44. 8peclal A New Is of Helm Dresses suitable for house, porch or mo toring, made of blue or pink figured lawns, regular watat lln In back, ton affect In front, full skirt, long sleeves, whit yoil collar. ifrT J Q 8peclal 40 Gingham Petticoat Good qual ity in gray and blue stripes with bias ruffle. Special 79c, 89c Children's Wash Suit Chil dren's two-piece wash " suits mad of . blue and brown strip ginghams, or whit linen with dark cplored collars and cuffs. Special 98c, $1.19 Special Discounts for Cash on all other Items In stock for this week. 4th Floor. $4.95 Undermuslins Greatly Reduced For Cash Sale Week WOMEN'S GOWNS In various styles, made of white batiste, some hav yoke and sleeves of lace and' organ . die medallions, finished with ribbon and beading, also with voiles with ptnk or blue satin stripes' in Empire style, sleeve less; other gowns In pink batiste. Specially Priced $1.95, $2.69 $2.95 WOMEN'S SMP-OVKR GOWNS Mad ef fin batiste, yoke and leaves of lac edging and In sertion, organdie medallion, rib- bon and beading trimmed. WOMEN'S HAND EMBROID ERED GOWNS Slip-over styles, made of nain sook, hand embroidered, the neck and sleeves finished with narrow lace, beading and rib bons. Special $1.48, $1.95 j , ENVELOPE CHEMISE Made of whlto or pink batiste In tailored and fancy styles, lac trimmed. Special- $1.69, $1.95 ENVELOPE CHEMISE. Of fin quality nainsook, trim med in Val lace, beading and ribbon. n n Qr Special pd.UJ Entire stock of Undermuslln at Special Reductions for Cash )nly. 4th Floor d beading fi O QO i. Special. OWetVO Mail Orders Filled promptly and ac curately, all ship ping charges prepaid. MS Fifth and Main Street. i Phone 6060 on tin oa tin poeaoBBeccTTCTii ,jim.imig!M!agiuaiiBOig!B3Jfi.l.i.',' .rujm'j-nnomcirjoBtaDr cicanronr piair--rr.T.-r-sji.iwj.3L-Trrtj3caLi.Tg.JT3c.".i xu ram "am lorjiar dde FTttOOQ QBIEBBQ BBfl nnn o ni rzn n n due Back up those who arc offering their all Buy War Savings Stamps. H pa g M Andrew J. Miller, the g.irbai-.-I ""' ,"",t' K,'tH' 11 ''owl""' man. emerged In such flvlng colyrs ! m;l "V citizens appearing from his from the grilling the city' health of-j "( ' ''Uv " Protecting fiver I'r. .1. I!, ilili'cri, irie Ii ii i be-j that his garbace collectors had not fore the city commissioners last I-'i 1- isited their premises In two or three day and imaln i cHtcrday thin he was cKs. rease's excuse that he un elven additlnnai territory and told to j dc.'Ntond he was tn only take such continue wiih his contrai't. !'.' -hai,-p .is would "fatten hogs" did O. W. rt'a.sc. tho oilier i onti an tir, j net. upiyal lu tilt commissioners, ' . -i who decided it was his duty to take It all. Both contractors entered "cross complaints'" against the citizens, many of whom they claimed fill their garbage cans with broken glass, tin cans and other things strictly prohibited by law. They wore ci'cd, under a five-days notice from City Attorney Earl Sneed, to appear and show cause why their contracts should not be abrogated for failure to do their duty. 1'ensc claimed that he did not receive the notice. which went through the malls under special de by showing that the letter had been returned to the post office undeliv ered. He was given five days more notice In which to put on another defense. Miller, who covers the business part of the city from Detroit to Den ver and out to Eighteenth street livery, and substantiated the .claimfrom Fourth, showed by the city's own records thnt with more than 900 cans on his foute daily he had a record of only a fraction oyer two complaints a day against him. and that some of these were w''"oul merit. He put up "ch a good de fense that his territory was '"larged to extend from the Midland Valley tracks to the city limit on tho west. '!"-"-,- A . ..x ...... "V,mwuwsftwweswfqw!iwiiiwwii. J s.v-(.,sjiii?'iieiieix''i'