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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 15 April 1916

INCINERATOR PLAN! I FIRE PUT SN !T FOR FIRST I TIME YESTERDAY AF- \ TERNOON GET RID OF WASTE ! . ... . tvrF; ? Hai Capacity of 10 'Tons Daily and b An Up to Date Plant in Every Respect. The Incinerator plant "was fired up for tho first time yesterday afternoon, it having been practically coiiipletcd.' Theatre was put in lt for the purpose of drying it out. and getting it ready for business Monday. Tho plant is located ou East Market street about) one-half mlle from the city hall. Members of city council and a few] visitors visited the pia nt yesterday afternoon. Tho incinerator plant has been erected by the Nye Odorless Cream atory company of Macon, Ga.. and| has meant an expenditure of 85,250. It is a one-unit -plant with a capacity | of from 10 to 15 tons per day of city run garbage, trash, wa .-.tc paper, dead ? animals, etc. The Nye Odorless Creamatory is al new invention, which ls-a novel, com bination and arrangement of a baker's oven, a- dry-kiln, a combustion cham ber, and a...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 15 April 1916

FIELO DAY EXERCISES AT GREENWOOD FRIDAY Several Thousand People on Hr.nd to View Annual Contest of ? Various Schools. Grocnwuod, April 14.-With mi ?it ! tedaqjeo estimated at from 2,000 .to li,GOOl thc largest In tho history'of j held day, tho annual ox o rc im-H began ? lu Greenwood this morning. Heading, spelling arithmetic and declamation contests were held at Magnolia school ] and the grammar grades held their athletic contests at the fair grounds. '?he athletic contests or thu high school* begnn nt the fair grounds this j afternoon at 2 o'clock. Prof. ll. E. Sharp, of Andrews chapel school, presided at the decla mation and recitation contests in the auditorium of Magnolia school this morning. Hoys and girls of the sixth and seventh grades participat ed and tho following were declared winners: Cary DcMcnt, of Greenwood, lirht; John Bouson Sloan, o? .Ninety Six. :<?.:,?ml, in tho declamation, and in ilia recitation; Janie Bell Barnett, of Greenwood, first, and filia Sherard, o...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 15 April 1916

{Candidates Cards) FOR CONGRESS l am a candidate for Congress from th* Third Congressional District, sub ject to tho rules of tno Democratic Primary. A. H. DAGNALL. COUNTY TREASURER I hereby announce myself a candi date for County Treasurer, subject to tho ruloB of the democratic party. J. H. CRAIO. I hereby announce myself a candi date for County Treasurer, subject to the rules of the democratic party. J. It. C. GRIFFIN. I hereby announce myself a candi date for County Treasurer, subject to the rules of the democratic party. > S. A. WRIGHT. SHERIFF I bcroby announce myself a cantil dato for lite office of SherifT for An derson county, subject to the rules of tho democratic party. T. J. MARTIN. I hereby announce myself a candi date for Sher.'.'f of Anderson county, subject to tho rules of tho D?mocratie primary. W. B. KING. I hereby announce myself a candi dato fe tho office of Sheriff of An derson county subject to the rules* of the Democratic primary. W. O. ,S. MARRETT. 1 hereb...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 15 April 1916

ANDREW J. BETHEA AI ANDERSON COLLEGE TOLD OF HIS TRIP WITH FORD PEACE PARTY IN EUROPE FAIR AUDIENCE Was Present-Short Notice Had Been Given Announcement That He Would Lecture. . A fair audience, considering th* short not leo, wan present la;.-t even ing ut Anacreon col loge to licur Lieu tenant Governor Andrew J. Bethen t< !l of tho Ford poa co expedition, of which he was a member. .Mr. Bellied waa Introduced hy Hr. W. (.'. Kirk l:i .!. and spoke for about ono hour. Mr. llethea very Intcrentlnly told of -.Mr. Kurd. his objoct in going to Ku rone, whether the expedition had been u succesB or not, lukins every thins Into consideration; Iii? exper iences In Norway, (Icrmany, Sweden. Ur eat Mrit.iln and tho voyages both going and coming. The address was a very Interesting ono. and doubtless hud tho un nouncument that Mr. llethea was to ho ut the college been made fur ther in advance, thc auditorium woul ! have lieen crowded to UH capacity. HAVK MOCK M A KM AU I! A limit-I AU Men ?Vii...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 April 1916

VOLUME m. I . M 1 ANDERSON, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1916. NUMBER 92. LARGE FORESTS SWEPT BY FIRE IN EASTERN N. G. FLAMES RAGING UNCON , TROLLED IN ONE SECTION AND LOSS ENORMOUS BURNED TO DEATH One F her. Dies in Public Road --7 Kn of Bayboro Menac / ed .or Hours. (Hy Associated. Press.) Raleigh..N'. C., April 15-Millions of feet of standing timber have been destroyed and other property burned In forest fires ranging at widely sep arated points in eastern North Caro lina, according to reports reaching here tonight. One man is known to] hnve lost his life. In Beaver Dam and Cedar Creek townships. Cumber land county, the fire ls raging uncon trolled tonight. Daniel . Carter, a farmer, was burned to death on a pub lic, road. A report from Rocky Mount sayo| the most serious fire ever known in that section is burning. St. James] church, a historic land mark In Beau fort county, was destroyed. The j town of Bnyboro was menaneed sev-1 oral hours last night. Reports from Norfolk say...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 April 1916

CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 words for 25c. 1 cent per word each Insertion for Dior.- than 26 word?. Three Insertions of tho sumo ad on consecutive days for tile prico of two Inser'-h ?es, if paid in ad vance. No ad less than 25 cents. WANTS VVAN'TB-n Subscriptions to all Mag azines. Send for particulars uf our puy-is-yoii-road plan and I IMG catalogue. .Special club rate:, on all orders. Carolina Magazine Agency, Itox 430,.('huiteston, s. C. WANTED VOC TO KNOW -That I have Just received ?Kl pairs Diamond Tires and will sell at those prices: niumund l'uncture proof. $2,25. Thc Diamond Bailey Non-Skid, Hl.'i'i; Diamond 400 Camden, $!.;< Diamond HMO. SI,10; Hunter. $1.40; Tho ironclad Harelip. $2.'Mi. Agents Smith's .Motor Wheel. .1. I., ti Jones, 10:: Mcllulllo street. WANTED-;Pop corn. 3c on cob; nc shelled. Anderson theatre. WANTED-You to know that the fin est thing for a happy home Is P. warra heart-but a good fire helps some. Wo want to promoto the family happines...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 April 1916

BY EXPRES On Yesterday Wc received the best yet, in Ladies' Spring Suit's, lillies, Blacks and Plaids, really worth S25.oo, oh t?? "1 *| A^t sale in the morning at only.vi M. WHY PAY MORE? DURING THE ENTIRE WEEK Everything for your Easter outfit is here for you, and the price .is exactly right. B. Fleishman & Bros. 20 to 40 Per Cent Saved on Every Purchase Public Square Anderson, S. C. Jillie Weddings 'Require the prompt placing or orders for engraved invi tations. Our samples represent thc very latest shapes and forms that have been accepted by refined and fashionable society. We LEAD in originating artistic ofTecls with fine material. Our prices arc the lowest. Send for samples, which will be supplied free of charge. J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO., Wedding Stationery Engravers, 47 Whitehall St.. Atlanta, Ga. There's no need So take anyone's word for it make com parisons and you'll find these Monday Sales the greatest mer chandise events ever pulled of in Anderson-the goods in var...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 April 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER KSTAHL181IKD 1K?? Published every morning exec it Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer al 110 Wost Whinier Street. An-j derron, S. C. *"s EM I - IV K E Ii Ii V IS T K L LI ? K NCKR Published Tuesday? and Fridays L. M. GLENN. .Editor and Manager. Entered as second-class mattel Ap.ll t-'S, 11)14, al thc post oflleo 35 Anderson, KouJ.h Carolina, under the] Act of Mandi ::. 187!). ASSOCIATED PHKSS DISPATCHES j Telephone.?-i SlUHCUIPTION RATKH * DAILY Ono Your.$0.00 Six .Months.2.50 Three Months., . . 1.2.1 une Month.43 Ono Wceh.?.IO SKMl-WKKKLY One Year.fl.''O' Six Mouths. Tao Intelligencer ls delivered by currier in thu city. Loni; sit thu printed label on your paper. Tho dato thereon show? when the .subscription expires. Notlco dale bini labol carefully, and If not correct please notify un ai once. Subscribers detering tho address of their paper changed.' will pleooo stute in their communication both thc dd ami new addresses. . To Insura prompt delivery, cum I Joint...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 April 1916

L Easter Millinery An unusual grouping of New Millinery for Easter-a rearrangement of stocks that really amounts to more than a sale. The very things that you want right now at lower prices. ? A mere glance at our stocks will convince you lhat our showing of Easter Hats is the most complete and largest in the city. The assortment is so vast that we doubt if there ls any woman who cannot lind just the hat she wants here. ? ... >Ovgj,- .. .... A- I .. . .... M.S.KIMMONS Next, to Parker & Bolt's sm tlMKE*" . 4V "AND ALSO .<Vr f -ft ste ??fti ? : '?: v A . . - '. .. . . :yJ:. . ---iv..1 Vfe make a specialty^of Ice Boxes, manufacture them right here in our shops, any size you want, and of the very I best materiais. In appearance they are the equal of any \l '? you will mid anywhere arid in point of service and dur t ? ability they are far superior to the "store bought" kind. g Let us make you an Ice Box.and show you what a real ; Ice: Box. ?boks 'like yd-.wHIitf?^?o Hh?'^?y of ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 April 1916

-~---. . -.---~--r--~*"~"^-I .'? .* i- ', ? _-y- ' ' '''^jj^ ? ''''''-"r','''1 ^-T: '-"-*-'-'-""""~-'-i ' .? UP YOUR^FENeESl . ^ ^^^^ ^ Try Our "Back Sa ver" Broom PartofthcCkanUpandPain?UpPlan Is ta ' And You'll Be Delighted u\ ffk Putjfour Premises in Good Repair. i^^t\T^SS!^%Wt^8?<l?^^SK ..., III li \ A r, 0ur F'/?1 c,ass Rou?h Lumbcr-sna ^s?ISBs^^ fljffi This- broom is made lo (il) thc \? * li I (ft (A A ? ' ^^"?^Z . ll. ' ' : H great need of a light broom at a ? flsS l l ' Anni ^ 17th fo ll? mm ;<?U4IJ M Api II I J 1I|,5<IW .?Mi /S?T^ 3 days of . ""? rfflfiriIP "^i^^arS?*^ $**>V-_?>~~~ ' - Clean up campaign we will sell them for 25c Each Clean Up an? Paint Up ^JstEVOS1"s st???L,,..,, 'Phone 267 ,|w. .t*?ln? ' ' :, !V -,?>H<v. X jif. i 'i ^1 . . ... ,, ,?. ., . ... . ,.,-<.?. "TJOlXOW ?ltlZ?NS: Let us get t.ogetjiprand make this town ul -v V^?**?iHfl Mowing ?S Recreation "With a I/-ours the most healthful and inust.invUinfe.ki.ilic Slate. To-do Tlt/?^V^,^...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 April 1916

Sim HOUR LAW IS . EFFEC?1 APRIL 19 The sixty hour law. regulating the hour? cr labor in cotton mills in this state, takes- effect on next Wednes day, the 19th, according to the cal culation of citizens who are inter ested .In this act pasoed at the last session of the general assembly. The act was signed by Governor Manning on March 30, and as no date ls fixed In the act when lt Bhould take effect. lt becomes effective, as ls provided by statute, twenty days after the gover nor has affixed his signature. Tbl* act, together with the week ly pay day act, have been described ns among the most important .pieces of legislation of the recent session of the general assembly. Both these acts are of very great interest to cot ton mill people. The weekly pay day act does not take effect until July 1. Tho weekly pay day act ls a very simple one, and merely provides thal cotton mills shall pay off weekly. Tho sixty-hour act was pestled as a substitute for the former laws on this sulbject which ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 April 1916

NATIONAL SECRETARY ! HERE MONDAY NIGHT REPRESENTATIVES AMERI CAN FEDERATION OF LA BOR WILL SPEAK OPEN MEETING Total of About 1,000 Operative! of Equinox, Brogon and Cluck Are Members. Miss (.'unvoy, of Now York, nation al secretary of the American Federa tion nf labor, will speak in the eourt Imune on Monday evening at 8 o'clock Thia will lie an ojien meeting ant ni: a re Invited to attend. .'lie majority of the operatives o three mills In Anderson are now mem hers of thia union, these hoing th? l')i|iililOX, Oregon ami t?luck. lt I: said that in ul 1 there are about 1,00' members here. Kx-Oovornor Cole L. 'Mease was ti have been at. tho meeting but tele phoned yesterday that it would be Im posible for him to attend. ' NOTICE Tho Democratic club, known OH Campbell's store club, will meet Sat urday afternoon at o'clock at Camp bell's store. This is an important meeting and a fall uttendance is cy. nocted. V,'. S. Anderson. President. NOTICE There will be a meeting of tho Orr vllle De...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 April 1916

VOLUME III. ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1916. NUMBER 93. mwwMk DEAT Major of Eleventh Caval tain in Neighborhood ported to Hav VILLA'S REMAINS SA ENROUTE T Washington Has Not Oi Any Effort Toward Id May Recall Troops i .Villa Washington, Aptil 17.-Conf?n lacking at the state and war depar embassy; The only dispatch frorr c olor to the report was the brief st eleventh cavalry, now near Parra!, him to believe that Villa and a few iiarja is near the place where une hody/ was found. Kiiroute to Chihuahua. While- Villa's body is said to be en route to Chihuahua City, Washing?on has not ordered General Funston or General Pershing to 'take any steps to make certain its Identification. This fact is considered significant of the attitude of the state department towards the report of Villa's death. However, it ls intimated that the Unit ed States might be willing to accept a formal declaration from Carranza that Villa has been killed and order the recall of troops. The state d...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 April 1916

CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 words for 26c. 1 cent per word each Insertion for moro (liuu 25 words. Three Insertions of the snrno ad on consecutive days for the price of two insertions, if puld ie. ad vance. No ad ICBS than 26 cents. V/ANTS WANTED VOl' TO KNOW Phut I huve just received :;u pulrw Diamond Tires and will sell at these prices: Diamond Puncture proof, 52.2.? Tho Diamond Halley Non-skid, 11.75: Diamond i'm Cunden, il. Diamond lf>30, fl.10; Hunter, fl.IO; Tho Ironclad Din-up. $2.00. Agents Smith's Motor Wheel. J. I.. K Jones, ion Mc Dull!? street. WANTED- l'op corn. 3c on cob; 5c shelled. Anderson theatre. WANTED-You to know that tho fin est ?hlng for a happy home ls a warm heart-hut a good Aro helps some. We want to promote the family happiness hy sending you Hie makings of n good fire. Genuine Blue Gem Coal $5.50 per ton. When will you hu ready for it? Cheaper coal, of course, at lover prices. .Phone 64tf. W. O. Ulmar. FOR SALE FOU SADE- Two horses, one n...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 April 1916

Your Easter Millinery Thc most authentic styles --thc most comprehensive assortments-4 h e prettiest innovations-and the most pleasing "'price incentives" are to be found in our Easter Millinery Truly is seems as though all the superlatives apply to our showing of Trimmed and Patterns Hats, and we are receiving new ones every day. Coat Suits Reduced We name the following reductions on Coat Suits, all latest this Springs stock : #22.50 Coat Suits now.$18.00 25.00 Coat Suits now. 20.50 30.00 Coat Suits now. 25.85 35.00 Coat Suits now. 30.00 45.00 Coat Suits now.. 38.50 i . .. - ( . ... . . MRS. B. GRAVES BOYD West Side Square .ii . ty: Remarkabl Good Values In Spring Suits Two Groups of Values such as you have not 5 seen before this season One Group priced at $13.50 The.other Group priced at' ' $15.00 in both groups we are giving the maximum amount of style and qual ity at the minimum price. Group No. J, or the ?i2.5u group,: consists of. a . number of pret ty siyi?s in Shepherd check...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 April 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTA II LI SI I KI) 180(1 Published every morning cxce.il Munday by Thu Anderuon Intelligen cer at HO West Whittier Street, An ?cr&ou, H. C. S K >l I - W K K K L Y INTK LLI OK NCK? Published Tueadayi and Fridays L. M. GLENN. .Editor und Manager. Entered as second-clans matter Ap.il -'8, 1UH, at thc post olllcc J! /indurson, South Carolina, under the Act of March Z, 187'J. ASSOCIATED PUESS DISPATCHES Telephone.321 SlHSl'Itll'TION KATES DAILY One Year.. .. ,.*.?.00 Six .Months.2..10 I Throe Mooth?. Lil Una Month.Vi Ono Week.. . . . . .ll SK M I-IV KKK LY One Year.fl.-"?" Six Months.7.:? Tho Intelligencer IJ delivered ny currier In tho city. Look at the printed label on ymir paper. Thy data thereon chows when thc subscription expires. Notice date ond label carefully, and if not correct rploaae notify U3 at once. . ?ubscriboro desiring the address of their paper changed, will picone stn? in their communication both thc >!d arid nev.- addrcacca. ' To Insure pr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 April 1916

City Candidates' Cards FOR MAYOR 1 hereby announce myself a candi date for re-election as mayor of '<he City of Anderson, subject to thc rules of the democratic primary election. ' ' " J. H. GODFREY. FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 1 I hereby announce myself a candi date for re-election as alderman from Ward 1. subject to thc rules of the democratic primary election. \ J. E. BARTON. The friends of. Dr. W. E. Atkinson announce him as a candidate for al derman from Ward 1, subject 'to the rules of city democratic primary elect- j tion. FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 2 I hereuy announce myself a candi date for re-election us alderman^from Ward 2; subject to thc rules or the democratic primary election. WALTER DOBBINS. FOR ALDERMAN WARD 3 I hereby announce myself a candi dato for alderman from Ward 3. sub ject to the rules of the city demo cratic primary election. ERNEST DUGAN. I hereby, announce myself a candi date for re-election as alderman from Ward 3, subject to the rules of the democratic primary elect...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 April 1916

A PROCESS OF NEW BOOST LUMBER TRADE (Special to Tho I ii lo l?g oncer. i Washington, April 17.- luci caned v?luo/'.6f ?Juinkcr and limber |i ". ducte of thc entire aouth. tie- limit of ?Vilich ; u is practically, impossible to estimate, is promised tho perfect ing -of a new process of RUBSOIIIII? lumber and large timbers, detalla ul which have just beca mude public. Thc new method, which I? railed a lumber and timber vulcanizing pro ceas, is being teated ut thc forest products laboratory o? tim l ubed States forest service at Madinon, Wis., niter exhaustive teste1 covering a per iod of three yeura at Columbia l ui versily, New York. Tbc prunes:! hU> also been tested at several ex|icriineii tal plants la different parts of the! country with uniform SUCCCMS. Hy tho lumber vulcanizing prure-s. lumber green from the saw ls coin merclaliy dried iii LM hours or lerjc A feature of tim process that .distin guishes it from all dry-kiln process es ls Hint it dries lumber thorough ly Withou...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 April 1916

Children Gry for Fletcher's Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which Ims been in uso for over 30 years, lias horno tho signature of yy0 ma and has been made under his per tl?LjC^-^-^-^h,, sonal supervision since its infancy, w^SVT S<??c?Urt? Allow no ono to decelvo you in this. All Counterfeit?, Imitations and Just-us-good " aro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger l?io health ol? Infants .?nd Children-Experience against Experiment? What is CASTOR BA ?astoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare? gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. 11 ia pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. !*? T??re is it* (rnnranteo. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For moro than thirty years it bas been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It repruhitcs the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea-Tho Mother's Friend...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 April 1916

SANDERS THROWS UP JOB CITY ENGINEER OFFICE NOT TO BE ABOLISH ED UNTIL A MONTH HENCE CAUSE OF ACT IS NOT KNOWN Reported, However, Mr. Sanders Felt Politics Had Been In jected Into Matter. Although city council's recent act In adopting a resolution abolishing Hm oft!co oi' etty engineer does not 11 ionic off oct Ivo until May l.?th. Air WilJo A. Sanders, who lins hold thu: 11 .litlon for t.lie i nst sevenl years, yesterday morning at 8 o'clock hand ed his fceslgnutlon to .Mayor God frey, tho same becoming effective Im mediately after presentation .Mr. Rumlot? upon being nuked yes terday for a statement OH to his. fu ture plans, stated thal he ?mild bi engaged In private engineering work, j having already accepted enough en-1 FSagements of this nuture to keep him j busy fOi' a long tiin?^ to come. Other than this Mr. Binders had nothing to Buy an to hi? future plann. Upon being asked if there was any reason for his throwing up the Joh of city engineer when the act abolish ing the offic...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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