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"Dollar ,4ft —^ uys your Friday" /Mm\ choi " f —a day of un- TflOY€ tllQtl "Dollar Friday," a day until which these hats sold from $3.50 to $7.50, and even at these prices, in comparing them with practically the same hats sold elsewhere, they were extra values. Included are the new large body shapes in all the late shades; a vast array taken front our several huge departments of trimmed hats, untrimmed hut*, banded hats, and children's hats. They comprise practically every material—rough straws, fine straws, row and row of braids, pineapples, and these in combination—all the new- colorings and trimmings that have been so much in demand are represented among them. Trimmed Children's Hats $l.OO Hats $l.OO Untrimmed Banded I Hats $l.OO Hats $l.OO A veritable garden of field flowers and fruits together with wings and novel ties* of every description await you in our spacious trimming department. Select any shape you desire and our trained milliners will lend their expert assistance in selecting suitable trimmings and will pin them in place for you. T7ORGET FULNESS r AIDS ROBBERS ORES HAM. Or*.. April ST.—A. W Met zcu r who operates on* of tho lareeit grocery "tore* her*, ha* a for ptful bookkeeper. M*t**ar himself ■onte'lrne* fnrttwta. *o Ui*f wrote tho aaf* combination on a bit of paper and putMl It Ju*t above tbo combina tion Tti l» mnrnln*. when Metarar opene.l tho *tron* bo*. In the draw*r whero h* had left flfto In rash re posed a not*, which aald: "Thank* for your help <Sl*n*d> "THK OA.VO" "They didn't even leavs a flnr*r print.™ walled M*t«tar. NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION O F PORT COMMISSIONER. KING COUNTY. WASHINGTON. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified elector* of the Port of Seattle. King County, Slate of Wa*h- Inrion. that on May 2nd. 1*22. an election will be held for the purpose of electing thereat one PORT n)M yiMIOXER lor a term of three year*. The poll* will be open from • A. M. to t r. M of the aame day. CLAUDE C. RAMSAY. Chairman. Board of County Commla.«lon«r*. MAI/'OI.M DOUGLAS, Proeecutlng Attorney. D. E. FERGUSON, County Auditor. EJECTION BOARD OF KINO COUNTY. Dated thl» 17th day of April, U22. WANTED MEN TO WORK SHIPS I HATCHTENDERS WAGES 90c per hour WINCHDRIVERS WAGES 90c per hour BOOM MEN WAGES 90c per hour LONGSHOREMEN . . . WAGES 80c per hour TRUCKERS WAGES 70c per hour APPLY AT COLUMBIA HALL N. E. Corner Second and Oak St». Portland, Oregon WATERFRONT EMPLOYERS* UNION This Association is furnishing all labor on the Portland Water front and is in best position to place men in steady employment. White Labor Only TAKES FUNG AT FARE BILL Horn* owner* ln*lde ik« city limit* wilt reduro th« value of their prupert y nnd make It worth !•** than th* um« proi>erty uuwl" the ,My limit* If thcjr wto to «•»»«• a tJJ ultw! inr t»* on 1-rerr thou Mind dollar* Of a*»e»aed valuation a* proposed under th* Krlrkson stnwt car nifanii*. a*H \V*rren Manly, *ie«win« l»fom vot er* at the Kalrvtow Hill Imprwve mnt dub In northeast Heattle WMnnxUy nlsht "l"»opl» ln*lde th« city limit*." ha N » tt I' I. A % I Mi DORIS MAY In "Eden and Return" GRACE CAMERON •lets go" Other Art» of Quality COMING HATI KI)AY Joveddah De Rajah Famoti* Mitidii M>«U< A»Utrd by PRINCESS OLGA China It Unsettled, Says Italian Envoy Condition* In China are badly un settled. and trad* with th* \V**t*rn world will b* Impossible until It* dlf flcultt*e ar* MraKhlnnnl out, Comle I<rMtodlro Miln Morenslo. Italian <"h»r*e d'affeflre* at feklnft for a *n.l % half. declared Wednesday The diplomat la on hi* way to Horn* to wrrpt a now po*t. «l| "would be i«ylrc ■ nt<k»l on the fare of every |»non who ll»ed out»lde the rtty limit*, for (ou rtiM « tr»n»l*nt* and allena who do not own property and |>fly no Ut* WTHE— ILKES Seattle'* Own Family Theater NOW rUYI.Nfi "A PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS" M ATI NEK HATI KDAY Hrilnnlns Sunday Millim "THE HEART OF PADDY WHACK" I liaunrey Olrott'* <>reale*t Surraai 6—Musical Number*—6 THE SFATTI.F STAT! Maurice Said, "Let's Swim" *** * * Y- * * * So Orthopedic Will Profit By Wanda von Kettler M.«urU« Murphy, t )nti old. iu( |r«lll It. That l» how lh» unnuil c*n«l«1 I'onl rt>amti|niwl)l|> *«lmin>n( rorvt ru>i>p*n« thl* )»»r to >» livji In thv IntsrMt of >n Urlhoixdlt. hospital bat M.«urt<», a youthful awlmmar of ; Manilla, ahlvrmt In hi* Iwthln* suit on (h* nklat of i'r>»(a| foul "Wlirn I Jual awirn to show off." In< t<n>lmiMl jto <i K. Hh»r*onl. iru>nai.< r of tha 1 pout, who had aak«d lha yvunc titan to danvmixnila hla *ttlll «a % rham pton hlih dlvrr In tha comtnr mart, "I aloaya B<> K'plunk I l>l >to awlm for wmialhlnK llha Ilka—*all. Ilka for tha ttrth'padlc Why ikm'icha' hav* a mrai for aumathlna Ilka tha I IHh'|»i||rr HK M\«>K \ II Now It happana tluil Maurtra had r»»»>n to know aomrthlnv r'anil tha Orth»p*dl« work, lila mothar la Mm John K. Murphy, anihuaiaatk of lha It road way ()ilbu|«<li« I lulld. JuM ona wr»k pravlaua Vaurlc* had l-»»n a>k«l lo maka a j •'»(»#. h" on "tha Orthoi»<lk'" at tha ! fortiWh arlmol. whar* ha a«<»-llra put* jlic ►f"klnit In lha .•>«lnnara" claaa I Tha waa wmrwhut on hla 1 mind II K Hhararood llafanad aomawhat •urjirlwl on thla aft*rnooa whan lh» j younit man ahlvarad on lha aida of CORNS Lift Off with Fingers Donen't hurt a bit! Drop a little "Frwionn" on iin aching corn. In atantiy that corn atop* hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fin ger*. Truly! Your drugalat sella a tfny bottle of "Freeson#" for a few cents, sufficient to rwiot# every hard rorn. aoft rorn, or corn between the toes, and the cnl luses, without ooreneaa or Irritation. —Aflvertlfm^nt. AMUSEMENTS FRANK I WRIGHT WILCOX DANCERS Mm> nnil Ann Clark Kiiirroim mid Italilwln "The Wmiilrr lilrl" Roberta mill ( lurk CHARLES OLCOTT AND MARY ANN PANTAGES Mnl«. 2i.10 p. m. MkHlb. 7 A l» •>ow I'luflnai porroi Km iiawcbrh Mark A |,MKr| Nrlaon A Mnrfl «oiii Mok, .IrMln A Mulrj Kvfr rmlm Monkrym i lour I'opulnrll/ <*lrl«| I'liiif it it «*«»«*«> |»r. firiirml Adml mm Inn l Multure*. , 1% Itf h l«, 40<>. Hab\f Ivy H'nrrf, 7-i/ear-oUi movie star\ tiho will tu tm uitk Srnttle younfjutcs Fri day night, ami Mauricf Mttr phy, H, 1t ho 1* intrrrhted in both swimming and the "Ortk'pedie." . flwttp K» n«4> lha pool and rnnda th* au<t»?«H|on Ona half hour latar Mharwnod waa [ronnfe'tfd l>y phona with ratialn niambara of lha CHlhot>adlc aiilM. and ona half hour 4nd flva minj'M lalar It waa all darldad l'rt»a«d» r*t-a|va<] Ihla >aar from lha Crystal pool an nual rhamptonnhtp maat, 'o l» hwld Friday nlcht. April SI. would I* da ▼otr*l toward lha piirvhaa* of an Orthopa«Jlc honpit.il twd. Kor aoni* raaaon t mhar Ihnt d<- clalon aat thin** hum'nir Health* ao rlaty «-«!mgly IrlaraMad In tha "aaaaon'a iwimmlnii maat." Haaltte'a aorlrtjr huda, avan wara an llatnl to ushar on >he mg'it of tha biff up Utah. Then something flee happened flaby Ivy Ward. 7 year-old movie arrived In NeattJe *o make "personal ippwrnnrw" at the lllue Mouse. Komfliody ankixl 'taby Ivy Ward If ah* would iiwim t.ltb Hrnt tie kkkliea Friday night foi »!»e lane fit of a ktddie'a at *he Mpntllf Orlhoimllr And ll«t»y Ivy. who ha* played with Mury Plckford *t*d other filmdom etnrs. consented. ()n Fri day night she will pok * he- brown, wavy locks un<>»r a itil»ln»r cap, don a swim ault and eplaah n' out the pool with 40 Seattle youngs*era. For 40 Seattle ynungitnu, JO champion grownup sA'mmera, htv# declared their Intensions to participate in tin* meet Among lo cal youngsters entered to ''at# ara Jark Murphy, 11, who a-lth his brother, Maurice. In a high diver of merit; Oeorg* lO, who In said to have four a>«aolul« 'v |«rffrt "stroke*." and Harry Johnstone, ona other ft-yeamld swimming er.thualuat. Mont all the l*>ys .and glris entering the content have been ti.ilncd at Crystal Pool unck»r the direction of Coach lk>n Vlckera. vho Im mM to I»e aa blissfully uplnthealr over the Orthopedic meet a* tha small boys and irirls themselves. Itealdea numerous junior awlm ming and diving exhibition*. Ha* events of the evening will Irrlude the annual adult competition for the na tional "bnrk-atroke" and several adult exhibitions in diving and cham pion swimming. All Kcat'.o cham pions. bealdea several coast modal ami certificate winners wiP lie pro*, ont. Mednln will ln» presented to tmth youngster and grown up win ners FrMay night. In the meantime members of the Hroadway Orthopedic giil'd, under whose auspices the meet will now ho held, are planning on a new bed for some little crippled tiny nr girl at the children's hospital. This bod. If secured, will l»e "No. 129." and will be known as the Crystal Pool Hod. In FREE TOOTH-PULLING TEST HERE SATURDAY 'iot nny l«.oi|| you want pullod? II WOtl't ni»t you n r»nt. Tli« Klnu County Dontal nocl "y, which will hold Itn ntiniiHl rllnlr from n « m. to S p. in. Knt Urdulh rnlllnß for nubJerlN upou whom to dKmonntrntr th«. vary mptliodn of the modern in qulxltlon. Th» clinic will he h»ld nt the Munonlc club. Arcnda building. provlnua ymni lit* fund r#oultlna j from admltlanca frtm to th» ma«t haa b«»n lurtMd ovwr to Hi» fryatal I'ool arliool. Thla yrar, howavar, plana hava ►'•••n allarad by Maui'« , » Mur phy, * yrurn old, and <• K. fliar wood. ni«n»ir»r of tha pool. "Cascarets"loc For Headache, Liver, Bowels No ffrlplnc or liwon»anlai»ca fol low* a thorough llvar ami bowal claaj»«ln« with ('aj«ar»ta. Mirk h»ad ar h». blltouKn»«». g»ttr». lndlt««1lon •our. upaat atomaoh. and all «u<h dlairfM Knnc by Mrnllf. Nlraot phyirto on »arth for frown upa and children It* a bo*. Taata Ilka ,Andy Adwrtlwmtnt WIrtTimSFMIWT) NOTICE TO ELECTORS Irrfrr and ptirwianl U» HmUdii I of Artlrl# XX. af U» ntjr Ctiartrr, Ihrtr will br nukmilN lo tha qualified rlrctora of TV Cllj of H»-altlr. tU Ihr municipal rlrrlloii lo br h«M In said rlty on tha !ni day of May, Ift I, far their approval ar rrJrrUnn, Ihr following propowd rtmrU r ibh ndrni mat nrwoMnrioN MO 7i»#i rnni'iWKli AMKNUMKNT NO I A IHErtOM'TION and PKOM«*ITIOJ to h*r|lon 11 of Art!**!# IX of th* t'lty <'hart*r of tha City of iMitlr fthd providing for th* tub* miHi<'(i of auch orop«»a*d amend n>*nt to th* qualified alactora of th* City of Keattla for th*lr rail fi>«(lon or r»J»»'Uoi« at th» g*n *r a I municipal *l*«-tion to l>* h*ld In fh* «*lty of H*attla on tha 2nd dar »f M«r. Hit BK IT 9tRIK>!*VKf» lIT TIIK CTITT rot'wii. or Tim city or i MKATTL.K: Thai Mrllftfi It of Article IX of the City Charter of the Cllr • ' Heat tie b* ammdad to read ae follow* fUMton II Th# Pity Council ahall innuAlly within th* tlrr««» ai>*cifi*d «»y li«. by ortfinafin*. fl* In* rat* or lair* to b' la%i*d tnd l**y th* Uim upnn *ll tatabl* prop*rty. h»»*h r*al and p*raortal. in th* «lty. n»*>d«d to r»iM lufficltnl rovonua t«> on th* dlff*rant vn*nta of ihe municipal |o**rnro'nt for th* •naulny fia«al No r***n«i* nu#<t by to* l*»y ahall h* a|>pr<-priot*d for tnf oth*r purp-e* than that •p« fc «*ifi*d In «urh l*vy. «»r In th* official *atlmate upon whlrb th* eame km t»aeed unl*aa on *m*ra *nry *ki at * w herein auch appropria tion li n*r#aaary f«»r th* pr*»«T*t (lon of th* public p*a<». h*alth ond aaf*tr Th* ordtnanc* rr.ikmi auch • I pr -prtaiion ahall contain * •'•'*• m*nt of th* facta conatltutlng each • ft>'rf«ry ahall apactfv th«t In th* • v*nt a d*fi< i*ncy b* thereby cr*a!• »d in th* fund from which au«"h ap rroprlotlon la mad*. th* 0010# ihtll • provided for tn tho n*tt aucr*ed- Inar tot l*vy. and muit r**»lve tho nfftrtt tllvr »ot* of ot leaat thrae fourth® of th» total memberahtp of th* Oty Council ASP UK IT FTRTHICII HOI.VrAv that atich prop.»**d am*nd- h* aubmltt»d to th* qualified *l**tora of th* city of ft*atti* tnr lh*ir ratification or rojoctlon at th* f;*n*rai munlrlpoJ election to h# h*ld n th* City of Hrt(U« on tho 2nd day I of Mav Its? r**«*d th* C*tv Pound I «he let day of March. lISS and algned by ma in open a* eat on In authentication of Ita r*e»aag* thie Ut day of M*rch. I*ll. rmi.ir tint»ai-u 9*r«>»td*nt pro torn, of tlia City Poundf m*d tho let day of Mar« h. 1921. It W PAfOt<»f*U City Comptrallor and • ■-officio City Clark. imt* of ftrat publication tn Th* ••attla Mar. K«attle. Mar. h SI. 1121. KFStof.TTION KO TdtS rnoi'Mhro amkm>MKNT SO r A TION PKOinmiTinN tn %rmnd H*«Hon SI of Arttfl* IV of th# City <*hart#r of th* <*lty of Hoattl*. and providing for th* aub miaaion of ttirh pr am*nd« m*nt to th* qnillflH *loct«m of •d'd -»tr f'-r ♦h» , r ratification *>r r*)*ction at th* «*n*ral municipal »Urtion to hr h*ld th*rrln on tba 2nd day of May. 1122 ftfC IT ItKDOI.VKD liY TIIK CtTT cocnciu or THE CITY or nr.ATTI.K: That Krriion II of Artlela IV of th* • 'ity Charter of th* *'ltr of H*at. 11» h» am*nd*d to r*ad a* follow* Portion Sfl F:r#ry p*-ra<»n violat ing any g*n*ral public ordinance h»r*tofor* or h*rraft*r *na<"t*d pro hibiting or requiring any act or omiaslon. and *v*ry p*mon couna*l- Ing. aiding or abutting auch viola tion. wbrthor nr*«#nt or aba*nt, • hall b* d**m*d guilty of a ml»- d*m*an«r and, upoa conviction th*r*of, *haU, unl*aa oth*rwiao pro vid*d In auch ordinance, h* pun lth*d br a fin* not *«r**dlng <in* l(undr*d (till Hi Pollara. or lm prt*on»n*ni In th* C'lty Jalt for a ir- m! ■ < M<«#<l!ng thlr'y ilO) da>a. or by both nuch fin* and lm arfaonmont. and any auch ordinance h#r*aft*r *nar«»d n**d not contain any provtalon in raftrMea to prnal ti*a. but th* provision* of thia ■••c -tlon nhatl l>* applicable th*r*to a* fully a« If th* »ar»f* had been con tain*d In m»ch ordlnan--* AND ft K IT FIRTHKR RK foI,VKI» that «urh proposed amend ment be submitted to th»» qualified elert or * of the City of Seattle for their ratification or rejection at the general municipal election to he held In aaid City on the 2nd day of May. Itll the Cltv Council the I*t f Mm • | lilt, and »«|n» 1 ni" In open *e«a<on In authentication of Its paaaags, this Ist day of March. 1922 Preaidmt pro tem. of the City Council. filed the Ist day of March. 1921. II W CARItOLA* City Camptßoller and e«-offloiu City Clerk. Ry K M STItKFT. Peputy Clerk Pat* of flrat publication in The Seattls Htar. Seattle, March 21, 1922. Rtw>i,tn*ioN NO TOJI PROPMSKP AMKN'bM KN'T NO t ItKHOM'TION and PROPOSITION to amend Article VIII of the City Ctiartar of th«» City of Sakttla bj amending flection 1 thereof and by repealing Section • and Section 7 <a) thereof; and providing for the auhmtaalon of such propo*«*d amendment to the qualified elec tors of the City of Seattle f»»r th*lr ratification or rejactlon at the ar»neral municipal elartlon to be h«ld in the City of Seattla on the 2nd day of May. 1922. UK IT ItKHOIA"F.I» BY THR CITY OK Til IC CITY OF BK ATTLK That Article VTU of tho City Char fer of th* City of Seattle b« amended In tha following renpoctn: (1) That flection 1 of said Article VIII be amended to read a* follow* flection 1. A Hoard of Public Works la hereby crcated. which shall con*l«t of The C|tv Knglneer. th" Superintendent of Street* and rs, the Superintendent of Water Works, the Superintendent of l.licbt- Ing. the Superintendent of Hutldlng*. and such other superlntendcnts. t»r heads of department*, as may be In thia Charter denominated member* thereof, each of whom shall l»e *p pointed by the Mayor, bv and with the advice and consent fo the Cltv Council, for tbe term, except *« in this article otoerwisa provided, of three (2) year* (2> That Section * snd Section 7 (a) of *a!d Article Vlll he, and the same are hereby, repealed. ANI» RK IT KIJUTHKR RR HOI.VKD that such proponed amend ment be *\ibmllled to the qualified elector* of the City of Seattle for their ratification or rejection at the general municipal election to be held in the City of Seattle on tha Snd day of May. 1922. Passed the City Council the Ist Any of March. 1921, and signed by me In open aeaalon In authentication of ita paasaga this lat day of March, PHIUP TINPAI.U i'ftlW*"' l*K- vi iu« I'll/ I Tha SHINOLA bo* ha* an rmny that H ■utoiruitically lifta th« lid. No aoiled harjda or *vj S3 Black, Tan, White, Ox-blood and Brown. 1 —Always lOc* | Filed tho Ut day of lUrrh lfjf. If W f'AftROIX. <*|ty and e«-offlcla Cltjr Clark fcy K M. I «pu(y CUrk l»ata of first pukiltrftlloii 'n The Peattla Htar. heattle. >Ur«h *l. 1122. kkhoij'tion vo ?o>« rßfipoH»;r» amknumeht so 4 A V(RNOI«UTIt»N «n<J PftOPOHITtOIJ to T of Article VIIT of the City Charter of th# City of h*>attle, tnd providing for the aub iniaaion of »urh prupo»«4 art. ment to the qualified •loetof* of said Htr for their r»ttflctuo« or rajaettoa a' th« general "■ in Ipnl • lection to be held thfffin on the ln4 4«r of Mtr. 1*22 IIK IT RMOI.VICtJ HT THE CITT rXH'NOIC Or THE CITT OK HKATTI.r That Mectlon t of Article VIII of the City Charter be amende*l by adding thereto « new subdivision to !><• known m "flection T tb).** which • holt be in wordla and figures a» , follows, to-wit: T <b). In the Department of public Works there •hall be A department of Transportation. the head of which shall be th# Huperin t*ndent of Transportation, who shall not he included la the cia»eified civil •ervlra but shall ho appointed by the Mayor, by and with the advice and consent of the City Cotanni, for a tsrm. e*c«pt as herein otherwise provided, of three years, and who may be removed by the Mayor by filing nottrs of removal with the City Council. He shall be a member of the Hoard of Public Worsts The •alary of tha Hupertntandeat of Tranaportatlon shall be fim«d by ordinance Tha fiupertntendent of Transportation atvini to tha City Council such powers M are ton f*r"d upon It by law or charter, • hall have the •tcluslva manage menl. aupervis on and coatf and shall operate and maintain the municipal street railway system and all plant facllltiea. ahops. bviidinia and structures appurtenant thersto. and any and all other means of transportation for hire owned or op erated by the City; and, subject to rirll aervira rulea. ahall appoint, ra move. supervise and control all of ficers and employes In hl« depart msnt or employed upon or in connec tion with, aald municipal atraet rail way system, or such other means of transportation for hire. Ha shall have auch other additional powers and perform such other duties as may d« prescribed by ordinance. In case the Ruperlntendent of Transpor tation shall be appointed from the classified civil service and shall not be removed for cauas. he shall, upon retirement from the rvfflce of buper tntendent of Transportation, resume his former position in the claasifled civil aer vice. and tha laat appointee to the position from which said Hup«>rtntendent of Transportation was appointed and the last apt»om teas In positions subordinate there to. shall resume their former posi tions. respectively. In tha classified civil service" AND UK TT FVRTHER RK HOLVKD. that tuch proposed amend ment be mbmHt'd to Ih# qutllflH (•Iflori of ih« Hty of Seattle for their ratification or r#)«ctloii at the general municipal election to be held in said City on the 2nd day of May. 1922 PAftHKCP the ri(» Council the lit day of Marrh. 1*22. and signed by m* In oprn session lo authentication of its this Ist day of March. I*2l. PHILIP TINDALU Prealdent pro tam of the Cltf Council. Piled the lat day of March. 1121. If W CARROLL. city Comptroller and es-offlcto City Clerk Ily r. M STRKKT. Deputy Clerk. I>ata of flrat publication in The Seattla Star, Seattle, March 2t. 1921 TO KI.K'TOHS I Under and pursuant to Section 1 of Article IV of the City Charter, ♦ here will be submitted to the qua'l fied alectora of The city of Seattle, at the municipal election to be held in said City on the 2nd day of May, 1*22. for their approval or rejection. Initiative Measure No 122*5. which said proposed measure reada as fol- I lows Initiative Measure No I22SS Ordinance No. ——s 1 An Ordinance relating to the mi*- I ntclpal railway system of The City • ait!*, and declaring the fiscal policy of tha city in relation thara to. Whereaa. It la to the public Inter est that the Cltv of Seattle declare and establish a fiscal policy In rela tion to the Municipal Street Hallway System, whereby the cost and ex pense thereof nhall be borne, as nearly as may be, by all who bene fit thereby: NOW THKREF^RR. RK IT ORPAINEP IIT THR CITT OF SKATTLE. AS FOLLOWS: Section 1 That from and after the first dav of January following the taking effect of this ordinance. *1! Cost sn«l egpsnaa of tha mainte nance and operation of the Munici pal Street liailway System of The City of Seattle shall be paid wholly OUt of revenues Of the »"lty of Seat tle derived from taxation. Section 2 That from and after the ts*lng effect of this ord!nan<-e, the City Council of The City of Seat- ! tie shall annually. In the manner prescribed by law. provide for the levy of a tax upon all taiahle prop erty of the «*lty of Seattle sufficient 1 to defray the r »s? and SlpMlfS Of the maintenance and operation of 1 *ald Street Hallway System for the ensuing year taction 3 That the coat and ex pense of maintenance and operation, as used in this ordinance, shall be computad pursuant t... and in a«- cor,dance with, the requirements of the laws of the State of Washing ton or of any commission or bureau thereunto authorised by such law Section 4 That there be and is hereby crested a fund to he known and designated as the "Kxtenston and Depreciation Reserve Fund." into which the Ctt v Council shall set sslde. monthly, from the gross receipts of the municipal railway system, an amount not exceeding one and one half (IH> cents for each pay pas senger. exclusive of policemen and firemen The amount thus set aside shall be expended solely for exten sions and renewal of track and equipment, NOTfCK To KT.KCTOTtS Vnder snd pursusnt to Section 1 of Article IV of the City Charter, there will he submitted to the quali fied elector* of The I'lty of Seattle, st the municipal election to be held In said city on the 2nd day of May. 1*22, for their approval or rejection. Initiative Measure No. B2!*o*. which said proposed measure reads as fol lows INITt *TtV!3 PETITION NO. *39o*. Am V fiißiuce roiftUntf I* and TTTrTISDAV. APTJTT, 27. 1022. reantlatlng the keeping of dr>a» taH r«ta In the 'Mtr of Heattla. prnvt#^H tng for the collection and of all dead doga and rata. for the appointment and emplijtew m»nt of the King «'ounty Hu" »M I H'.rlety. a corporation a« pound* V maater and amrndinir <>r'i>'!ir)«i'| Mo 117(1. approved Hepternbar 111 I Itll UK IT Of»r»Al.NFn> PY TTfK fffil OK HKATTMI AH POUyOWH Her-tlon 1 That Section sof f*r4M| nance No 117(1, approved K»|. # «-o.bap* I 11. Itll entitled An Ord lnati'f ulatng the keeping of dog* and aTf!; within the C|fy of Heattla fmpoaiag licenae late* and ;• i r .*r ; • m|. TIM for vloltllona thereof. and ra p«almK Ordinanr# No 25746, ap provM No*fml»#r ft. It Id." b*. ao|. the aam» la hereby amended, to raa4 aa follow* Amllob S That tha King r °u*t|l Humane Korlety, a corporation ei«, lat.tna and by virtu* of Ha««£ tlon lift* to Ken ion I2lt of P,~m * Mai Annotated '''> d*» and .-'a' itag of tha Htaie of Washington. be. anft It ta hereby appointed a* and da« rlarad to be (he official pound maatar of the rjty of Seattle, and It heraby employed for the purpoae nt rarrying out and enforcing the pro* *taion# of thia ordinance, and all d»»g«, female doga. rata and femala rata found running at large without having on a llc#»nae (ac are hereby to be a public nuiaanra an| tt »hall be the duty of aald king i County Ifumane ftocfety to restrain 1 and Impound all aurh anlmala. j Section * That Section ft of OrdtoM nan' e No 11711. approved l* 1911. entitled An ordlnanoa ulatlng tha keeping of and within the City of Seattle. ta ten and providing p'na*?iiN for violations theraof, and repeal* In* ordmanf# No !(741. approved! November 2t. lilt." be. and tha > •ame la beraby amended ta read aa followa; He«-tl« n ft *~nleaa an fmpounda4 animal ta suffering from aerloua ln«» Jury or diecaae. tha owner or may redeem the animal within \ forty-eight houra by paying t" -aid Km* County Humane Society tba preacrtbed llcenae ta*. together wttli a penalty of One I>ollar If. how ever, an animal la held for mora than forty-elghT hour* an addl»H tlonal charge .hall be paid, not a*- ') ceedlng thirty-five ranta for ear* i day the animal haa been held aaid fort y-elaht houra And tha f aald owner or keeper upon preaenfa** tlon to tha <"!ty Comptroller of a from the King County Human* Society for aald rhargea. ahall re calve a tag aa provided tha ordlnanre. All auma collected - by aald Humane Society, under tha provision* heratn. ahall br paid to the citT Treaaurar aa heremaftar provided. Section 1. That flection Tof Ordl* mnre So. SITU, approved Sept ern« ber It Itll. entitled "An Ordlnanrn regelating the keeping of d'>g* and rata within tha City o' Seattle. im peeing llrenae taiea and providing penaltlea for violations thereof, and repealing Ordinance No 25745. ap proved November tt. It 10." be. and < the *ime la baraby amrnded. to read aa followa Section ?. Any animal Impounded ? I for the want of a tag and which la not redeemed within tha* f spec fled tlm" shall be humanely j I stroyed or at the diecr»»tinn at tha * 1 Kin* County Human# Society. may 5 be h«»ld for a longer period, and any ; paraon desiring to obtain said ant* j fnal may do ao upon payment of th« • fcense tax and charges. not M ing thoaa provided In Section * her£r4 Section 4 That Section It ot \ ' nrdlnanc# No 2*711. approved Sep- J timber I*. lilt, entitled "An Ordi- * nanc# rejfiliating th« keeping oS 4ota and c ata within the City o| Seattle. llcenae taxea an 4 providing penalties for violation* thereof and repealing Ordinance Na \ 25745. approved November ?*. lilO." • be. and the same (a hereby amended i to read aa follows Section io The King County Km i mane Society shall keep a record ot } i all antmala Impounded and of thelt i disposition with description and j datea. and. If the animal la r«* deemed, of the charges lmp<se4/ ,Ha Id Humane Society shall on of ; before the Ist and 15th dav of eaci | calendar month pay Into the dtp i treasury all moneys received pur* i suant to the provisions hereof *fh4 Kin* Countv Humane Societv shall : . re«#ive as and for consideration in payment for Its aervlce In enforcing : and carrying out the provision- of j thla ordinance, an amount equivalent ' j ta *5% r.f all moneya received by the . Cltv Treasurer from any source whatever, for llcenae fees. Impound* Ing fe*s penalties and chargea fof 1 doga. cats and other anlmala. at herein provided for. and the cite comptroller Is hereby authorised and directed to draw and the cltv treas urer to pay on or before the l6t!» «tay of each calendar month a war rant drawn on the general fund. Kayable to the order of the said lng County Humane Society, fofl an amount equivalent to H5% of tha total of all money received bv tha » City Treasurer during the preceding ? calendar month, from any aourca | whatever, for llcanae fees. Impound- J lng fees, penalties and chariies fop ' dogs, cats and other animals as pro* "| vMed herein. The King Countv Ylu- § mane Society shall, upon the taking 1 effect of this ordinance, he permit*.} ted to use. free of charge, for period of two years, or until the salif * Society shall earlier secure new bulldingn and equipment of every kind now used In the operation of tha city pound. Including all land, build- 4 Ing* and appurtenances thereto, all automobiles, all cages, platforms, chains, ropes, collars, electrocuting and asphyxiating equipment Tha sn'd Society shall at the end of two years from the taking effect of thlg« ordinance, or earlier, a* herein pro*% vlded. return to the city said land, 1 buildings and equipment in the con- 1 dltlon existing when said Society " takes over their uaa, except for nor«l nial wear, tear and depreciation Section 5. That Ordinance V<\ ' **.sl. approved September I*. 191*. entitled '"An Ordinance regulating the keeping of dogs and cats within the oity of Seattle, imposing llcenaa ta«e» and providing penaltlfn for | violation* thereof, and ! Ordtnan<-» No 25?«, V approved No. v™t"r !*. be and the i»mi la herehy amended. by adding there to a new aertlon to be known aa Section 15. and reading a* follows: Section 15 It shall he the duty of the King County Humane Society, a corporation, to collect and dispose of all dead dogs and cats found the City of Seattle. Section *. That if anv section, ; sub-section. sentence clause or phrase of this ordinance is for an* i reason held to be unconstitutional or void, such decision shall n »t af fect the validity of the remaining portion of this ordinance. Section 7. That this shall take effect and he In from and after the time it shall be~« come a law under the provisions o| W the Cltv Charter, providing, how- ( ever, that the provision* herein af« : feet lng the King County Human* Society shall not take effect or hs In force until said Socletv has file 4 its acceptance of the obligations te he performed on its part aa hereig provided.