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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 April 1909

jPAOK S, MONDAY, ATBOi 10 SULTAN PREPARING TO FLEE FOR LIFE lift; (By I'nltod Press Leased Wire.) CONSTANTINOPLE, April 19. •—Reports indicate that the palace frf the sultan Is In wild cotfuslon. It is reported that Abdul Humid to preparing to flee for his life. "THEY SHALL PERISH, BUT THOU SHALT REMAIN" BY JAMES, CAR DINAL GIBBONS. Wjr»t American Catholic, and Author "The Faith of Our Fathers," "The Ambassador of Christ," etc. (Written expressly for the Dally Times.) TKXT: "THE DIVINITY OF CHRIST." The divinity of Jesus Christ Is asserted, or at least Implied, by •lnwelf, as well as by his disciples, In almost every page of the Kew Testament. His eternity Is again and again and again proclaimed. St. John says: "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was With Ood, and the Word was God." It has never been questioned that the Word here refers to Jesus Christ. "I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, saith the Lord God, who is, and who was, and who is to come, the Almight...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 April 1909

REAL ESTATE On*, hundred tnousakd i dollar! fceln*- spent to* improvement* In Central Park now. Come, see; lot! • 17* up, with Improvements, only ■10 down and 16 per month. Get off to, Tacoraa car at 88th and M sta.; •fflca on* block welt. Gill Horn* Investment Co. ■; FOR SALE BY OWNER—I lot 25 S116; new house. just finished, large enough for small family; within 100 yards from car line station. Wood and coal yards at your door, Store and. butcher shop within 2 blocks. ' Free mall delivery evojry morning. perfect title. Price $500; 1100 cash •nd $10 a month. Enquire 403 Cali fornia bids.. Waterfront lots for . summer homes. Frank A. Maglll. 410 Prov- Icnt Bldg. • The most critical time in the bat ■tie of life, is when a man has to decide whether he will build a home or pay rent. Let us show you our beautiful addition and explain, our proposition before you decide. $15 monthly will buy a beautiful llttl'i home. Don't put it off. If you d l he other fellow will not, and we only have a...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 April 1909

JGED WOMAN IS BRUTALLY BEATEN . Sirs. Eliza Pockman, 67 years ♦Id, while walking home late Sat urday night near North Fifth and O streets, was struck down by a fiend who beat her head against the cenent pavement, broke the bridge of her nose with a brutal Blow, slezed her purse and dash •d off Into the darkness just as aid was coming In response to the woman's screams. Mrs. Pockman lies extremely Making Politics Rule the Navy JRt Oilson Gardner. WASHINGTON, D. C, April 19. —The policy of quietly undoing Roosevelt's objectionable works already has accomplished two "Taft reforms" in the navy depart ment. The first Is a reversal of the Roosevelt order in regard to marines on ships; the second Is a reversal of the Roosevelt order in regard to abandoning the useless navy yards at Pensacola and New Orleans. This is Mr. Taft's concession to senatorial and congressional influ ence. It Is one of many evidences of the complete surrender of Mr. IWt to the leaders of the senate and the influenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers vol. c. no. 10a Council Partisans Are Routed: Hawthorne Named President By 10 to 6 LYNN GETS ONLY 8 VOTES POLITICAL MACHINE HITS SNAG WHEN NEW COUNCIL MEN TAKE SEATS; PLEDGES MADE BEFORE ELECTION BROKEN. "I hope all politics will be cut out of the city o business the coming year.' —J. B. Hawthorne. (With the foregoing expression of policy J. B. Hawthorne, of the Seventh ward, assumed the gavel of authority over the city council this morning after he had defeat ed E. A. Lynn for the presidency by a vote of 10 to 6 on secret ballot. The election of Hawthorne murks the downfall of the parti san faction in the council that has tried to pity politics in city affairs during the past year. Partisans Surprised. V The partisans were surprised at the result. To further solidify their machine they had gone to a candidates for council before the nomination and compelled them to sign written pledges to stand by the Lynn move...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1909

BBffiß^^S»ffljflSK"vJWS^^Ks»SM<K«SSSSVS»i*yaK SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD TIGERS WHITEWASH VANCOUVER CHAMPS Northwestern league Standing Won. Lost. Pet. Seattle 3 0 1.000 Vancouver ..2 1 .667 Aberdeen 2 1 .667 Tacoma 1 S .333 Spokane 1 S .833 Portland .... 0 3 .000 r v? JBSB' BAKER ! NEVER PERMITS jgg&vnrroßsiTO get beyond SgOTßSTjßASjObfv^'.;,,^",'.-;.!. ■.■■■': Jaas Baker wound, up his good w ■oath ; paw and . twisted the epher- S leal i horsehide orer the marble Hslab i for i nine ?$ Innings X yesterday f£ afternoon, while a thousand ecstat fl ie but shivering fans grinned their »$ approval. -' Score, .Tacoma, 2; Van ooaver 0. ■:.;;;..■■••. ■': " ' ;.\ M , ■." ip4lti lwas.! Baker's' first appearance pin the season's play and Jess show- Hed; all Hhe;earmarks. of a second > Waddell, minus ' his eccentricities. Kellaekey was behind the bat and || the l, fans who thought the Tigers would |be I forever < blasted, by . the p absence ]of j Danny Shea are begin ning to 1- bel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1909

GREAT BOOSTING PLAN OUTLINED tACOMA TO BE WELL ADVEIt- I isi.k DURINO Till-: I Mi; THIS SUMMER. The A.-V.-P. exposition com mittee of Tacoma Is getting start ed on Its work and the reports given last night Indicate that by the time the fair Is over the visit ors to the fair and the people of Seattle as well, will know that Ta coma is on the map. Locally there will be much doing. The "seeing Tacoma" car will be going all the time here, TO THROW SEARCttLIGtH ON lIARRIMAN AGAIN Will make investigation into alleged kailkoad (By United Press Leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Ore., April 20. — The searchlight of investigation Is again to be turned on B. H. Harriman's merger of the South ern Pacific and Union Pacific railroads by the interstate com merce commission, this time in Portland. The hearing will open PROGRAM OUT FOR BIG CONVENTION Several thousand programs for the Twenty-second annual con vention of the Western Washing ton Sunday schools have been printed and distributed through out the st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1909

PAGE I .: yWmmX ' lrf>■*■ *-: -: ■■■' ■'-•' ■ ; IpaCoka's omit |»issmsu: btbbv afternoon ibxckpt siTndat by the taoobia orncK < ras ~ I ■WWH&m**>nx'*.& k>^m:>^if'9>mi^-m x timbss fcbuihuki ookpant. .^*-» «^ai«■«»*«..- f . comoubrcb -, wt. »THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES ONLY { IMUKW BTVRY AFTBRJVOOIT BXCKPT SUNDAY BY Tim TACOMA omCKi TW ntfit TIMKS PU KM SHI NO COMPANY. COMMKRCB tn. BK [ ■■««—« ■« «M Two—. Wa»a., P— fftl— mm g«c—d Cl— Matter. TACOMA. I w ©*■« Per Copy) »0 Oata ■_^tp8B!% h , > . DHAUFCi »■»!■— Office Mala 738-AI7S3 ky Onrrirr or Malltß* Mall QBDKHII lIUIll^. aMlinrlal Drpt. .Mala 7M-AI7S3 I '';!>■>**»**' "* *"• >14W' Y<mr *3-7» r^^Kafe*^ ' "y"*-v' Clr«Utlo» He»t. M«l» 7»3-AITS3 I MBS OBTAINS THE COMPLETE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE r/-v iKiiiiiiiiß^ UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRE. ■ The Tideland Decision Judge Han ford's decision on the tldelands ease was so complete and plain that there should be no further hesit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1909

BIG RAILROAD WAR PENDING IN IDAHO (By United Press Leased Wire.) SPOKANE, April 20.—A heat ed struggle for supremacy in the Clearwater territory will soon be waged at Lewiston, Idaho, between Harriman and Hill, as a result of a breach of truce. It is apparent that the Harriman and Milwaukee interests have been planning to oust Hill for the last 18 months. It is believed that the North western Lumber Co.'s road, from Vollmer to Craig, In the mountain lumber district; the Clearwater Lumber Co.'s road, projected from Oro Fino to the Clearwater timber district, and the Nez Perce and Vollmer electric road are parts of a system planned by the Harrlman .. and Milwaukee interests to give both companies a direct route from Butte and Missoula to Portland, through the Clearwater section KLEIN NOW WEARY OF LIFE IN PRISON; IS READY TO BE DEPORTED Josua Klein has lost his defiant manner, and now openly declares that he would rather be deported and suffer the indignity of going to Europe under arr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1909

DIES ON WAY TO WORK George H. Wllkes, a mill work er employed at the Larchmont „ mill, was stricken with tteart fall tire this morning while on his way to the mill, and died before friends could carry him to his home. Wilkps has Been subject to slight attacks in the past, and bu complained- during the last week. He was 42 years old. Air. Wllkea leaves a wife ami family living at Larchmont. BIG GOLD STRIKE (By United Press Leased Wire.) ELY, Nev., April 20.—A rich gold Strike In the Bowen-Ely mines, In the Peacock district, sev en miles from her, was reported today. Ore has been taken out which runs nine ounces of gold to the ton and the average free mill ing ore assayh $27 to the ton. ISWULOWSDOLLIR ; • SAN FRANCISCO, April • • 20.—Tom Theodore, a bus • • boy at the St. Francis hotel, • • today lies In St. Luke's hos- • • pital, where it Is thought • • an operation will be neces- • 0 sary to remove a silver dol- • • lar he swallowed last night. • • Theodore was entertain- • • ing so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1909

REAL ESTATE Olio ; UulliWeU I liif v., .1 nil UtnlurA being spent tor Improvements In J Central Park now. Come, sea; tot* $176 up, with Improvement*, only 10 down and 15 per month. Get oS 80. Taooma car at SBth and M at*.; office on* block west. Gill Home Investment Co. ,' FOR SALE BT OWNER—I lot 25 X 115; new house, just finished, large enough for small family; within 100 yards from car line station. Wood I and coal yards at your door. Store and butcher shop within 2 blocks. Free mall delivery every morning. Perfect title. Price $500: $100 cash and $10 a month. Enquire 403 Cali fornia bids. Waterfront lots for summer homes. Frank A. Maglll, 410 Prov ident Bldg. The most critical time In the bat ..tie of life. I* when a man ha* to decide whether—he will build a home or pay rent. Set us show you our beautiful addition and explain our proposition before you decide. $15 ■ monthly will buy a beautiful llttl'i home. Don't put it off. If you d » the other fellow will not. and we only have...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 April 1909

rAcat «. nrnui. atbA m. MAY HASTEN COMING OF NORTHWESTERN On the heels of the decision of Judge Hanford in the tide-land ease here, comes a United PreM dispatch from New York to the Times denying that President Marvin Hughitt of the Chicago ft Northwestern railway is coming -to Taooma next week. The trip, it is stated in dispatch m from New York, will be made in company with President A. J. ■Barling over the new Milwaukee line. The trip is ostensibly an ln 'ap«ctlon trip by President Earllng, seordlng to eastern reports, but • whether that te the tfbject of Mr. Hughitt or not remains to be seen. The recent purchase by Hug-h- Ht's son and associates of the •Northwestern railway of vast tim ber holdings on the Tacoma East ern and the announcement now that President Hughitt is coming Women Fight Fire With Water Buckets ' COimUCT HEROIC BATTLE AGAINST FLAMES AT THE ORITTENDEN HOME. (By Tnlt«d Presa Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, April 20. — The women of the Florence Critten den home are today r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers __—_ ,4 vol. 6. NO. *cc- WHOLE TOWNS DEPOPULATED DV SLAUGHTERING TURKS Starts Suit For Power Plant Site All Claimants of Nisqually Rights Are Made Defendents By City in One Great Suit 1 STORM SWEEPS ERST tlOrSEfl DEMOLISHED BY TER RIFIC WIND IN INDIANA, ILLINOIS AND PENNBYL VANIA—BKVRRATI I'KRSONS RKPOKTED KILLED. CLEVELAND, 0., April 21 —A terrific storm is sweep- Ing over Indiana, illiuoie and Western Pennsylvania this Afternoon and It is reported that several persons have been killed, although these rumors have not been veri ed. The storm is excep tionally severe here and sev eral houses have been de molished. A number of per sons have been taken to the hospitals here suffering from Injuries caused 'by the storm but no deaths have been re ported in the city. Communication with out side points has been disrupt ed and, althom&h reports of damage are being received from all parts of the stricken district, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 April 1909

SmNkS. W •"•niaHSTiJ *. * £ Tf*-/'*^' "f .■■»-••* ■?■',. _?«L: .*£". ■ 1 *%»„• '1 "V"' -. 1 * '-»".'*♦. TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS EASY VICTORY FOR BEAVERS (; NORTHWEST LEAGUES ' Standing. &w&'-*-:' '.■- • ' Won. Lost. Pet. f Vanoonver .... ■"> ■■; ■ 1 .750 Seattle ...... 8 1 -7&0 I /Aberdeen;Y*.V'->; j"-\' 2 .500 I Spokane ...... *:', 2 * .500 I iT«»m»r;.--;;.-.:'t;: 2 .250 1 Portland ..... I 2 .250 i}fegiHffi"?;:- .;•:•-•■•• • j>^fts^ aj"'-'-''' "-' ■•--"■ ■■:_ XIGKBB OCTGLA6BBD } at cv- MRY :; STAGE OF the game AMD ■ DEFEATED 7TO 1. . ■ v Jack Hlckey. 'a 'Tim been," ; thrown f out iln : the discard i from the jg Columbus, Ohio, ' American association ; nine, tried and found "wanting by Milwaukee and finally pushed over to the coast, Umbered Up yesterday and held the Tigers to two safe singles, much to the 'disgust lof | one | Rues Hall, Esq. \ floor* T to 1 In favor of Vancou tTtr.^;cr;T sU""'-" i« '"■■ ■■■'•' ■'• v"'.". '■ Mr. Samuels essayed to do the twirling f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 April 1909

Mother Saves Child From Horrible Death BLAZING LAMP FALLS INTO CRADLE AND HOUSE IS TO TALLY DESTROYED. SEATTLE, April 21.—T0 her awn presence of mind and cour age, Mrs. S. P. Hausman of South Park, today owes the life of her two-year-old baby boy. Three times in cix weeks the little one has been rescued from burning to death by the prompt action of his mother.' -While carrying an oil lamp last night, Mrs. Hausman stumbled Merchants Buncoed With Hoodoo Checks EVERY PIECE OP PAPER CALLS FOR $18, AND 18 STOREKEEPERS LOSE. (By United Press Leased Wire.) WALLA WALLA, April —A man giving the name of Cole pass ed bad checks on 18 merchants of this city last Saturday night, each check being for $18 and all numbered 13. The checks were all signed J. M. Rayburn and made payable to Cole at the Farm ers' Savings bank. Rayburn tie posited $50 in a bank here lnist week which was speedily exhaust ed when the checks were present ed for payment. It is believed two men worked the game togeth er and h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 April 1909

ffMi 4, WWDfMBBDMX, APR. SI THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES ,_„»„ »■ owi.tj/ % issvbu 1 m\-wnY Amtnnoon • except sum day by -thb tacoma •"™5 Bi«2f^«i 11 TJEBKmiiiiWMT f tiwii rjjsinsmTin rnnrinT - oommbbcb st. }JBSmSSnm?i?SlS;,Wmtmm* mt thm Twwm, Vt, K»tQtHo« — fcwil CUn Matter. | TAOOMA. Ba>fnnw Offle* Mala 7SS-AITM PA'S OJOiT / ISSUBD CRY ASTamif OOlf BXCEPT SVKDAY BY THB TACOMA I OFKICIBi T*» BHDBN* I TIMII PUSLIIUIXU lOHI'ANT. CUHMWIIU IT. APSUB f WMwt at «*> TMMM, W—fc, rwtotnw — S«c—« Obi— Umtimr. \ TACOMA. i Oa* C*mt m Ot»ri •• Owtta SMk. l>|flJialf-C« »«•<■•" Olflw Mala ZJ*-*"? 1 Sfr&iM HUES OBTAINS THB COMPLETE TELJB ORAPHIO NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE UNITED PRESS ACWOGIAT IONS' I.KASMD WIRE. 1 I mt ''Unholy Alliance" S I -A. Visitor," ir whose very interesting com ■ araatcation 'on the subject of miscegenation ap jf^fjears In another part of this paper, calls mar ■ f .lias* between different race* "unholy alliance," ■4 and adds: "Had the Creator Intended blacks no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 April 1909

ST. PAUL INVADES HILL TERRITORY RIVAL ROADS IiOGK HORNS IN BITTBR FIGHT. CHICAGO, April 21.—That ihm rival Hill and St. Paul road inter ests arcv locking horns in wh:.<t promises to be one of the most bit ter territorial fights in the history of the country, is attested by ad ditional evidence that Is public property hare today. According to a current report here, the St. Paul is the aggressor In the latest move. It Is stated that the St. Paul Is surveying a line from Fargo, N. I)., in tbe di rection of Winnipeg. Several surveying parties are MAN Or MANY WIVES LOCATED BY POLICE (By United Press Leased Wire,) SACRAMENTO, Cal . April 21. —After a search over several states for Theodore Shade, Invent or and director of the Lightning, Valve and Dredge company, the efforts of his alleged wives today are crowned with success. Shade, who Is said to have left a trail of wives from seaboard to seaboard, has been located in this city by the police detectives. Two of the claimants to the ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 April 1909

rRMER TACOMA ACTOR MURDERED SHOT DEAD BY WOMAN BE CAUSE HE TOLD HICK HE WOULD WED ANOTHER. A United Press dispatch from Jacksonville, Fla., says that with the words, 'I'll kill you if you marry that woman," Miss Jessie Brown last night aimed a revol ver point blank at Earl P. Adams, an actor, formerly of Tacoma., and •not him dead. Miss Brown is a sister of May Brown, who was killed in 1905 by her fiance, who •t the same Mine shot her moth KIDNAPER A WOMAN OF MANY ALIASES (By United Prem Leased Wire.) MERCER, Pa., April 21. —Re- ports covering the past life of Mrs. J. H. Boyle, under arrest in connection with the kidnaping of Billle Whitla at Sharon, were placed in the hands of District At torney Llninger of Mercer county today by Superintendent Scauffler, Of a private detective agency. Scauffler states that the wom an was the daughter of William and Kate Farquar McDermott. PORTLAND BRCWERYMCN JAILED FOR FORGERY Health Officer Sargentich ex pects soon to abolish all milk tickets in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 April 1909

£■.«%<..«:. .«■■.■-.■-- ;.;-■ ■ -- .'■-- '. 1 On* n unarm moasana dollar*' wains spent for Improvement* la |Eentral Park now. Come. see; lotil 111 "P. with Improvements, only Wit down and II per month. Oat off •o. Taeoma car at 38th and M its ■ I •fftee on* block wast. Oil! Uoir.-< : Investment Co. FOR SALE BT OWNISR-t lot 15 . ■118; now house, Just finished, large •nough for amall family; within 100 Bards from car Uno atatlon. Wood , euid coal yards at your door. Store And butcher shoo within 2 block*. free mall delivery every morning. Ferfect title. Price $500; $100 cash I nd $10 a month. Enquire 401 Cali fornia bids;. /►•<• Waterfront . lota for Bummer home*. Frank A. Mag-ill. 410 Prov ident Bid*. »"'"-; The moat critical time In the bat tle of life. is when a man ha* to . eotde whether he will build a home ■. or pay rent Let us show you our . beautiful addition and explain our proposition before you decide $15 monthly will buy a beautiful littl' borne. Don't put it off....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 April 1909

PAGE 8, . WEDNESDAY, APR. fct Kaaa^«tnilHaJbHMfetnnU9lHS4aK<MU%'KMitJLiMtni GOOD BOOST FOR THE LUNCH ROOM PROJECT STUDENTS PASS RKBOMITIONB ties of unwholesome bakery stuff FAVORING SCHOOL, MANAGE- »• Bold Instead of light lunches M more suited to a student s stom ■**"" *• ach, and, as an example, the lunch ~~ rooms of Seattle high schools are Senior students of th« high cited. There the school board School held a mass meeting at the manages the sale of lunches, and Boon recess yesterday and adopted the cost has been reduced to a fesolutious favoring the establish- Minimum. Ing of school management for the Trade at the lunch room has ■ohool lunch room. A committee depreciated to a great extent, It composed of Harry Bißsell, Olive is said, from the very reason that Russ«U and Schuyler Pratt was pupils would rather carry their named to appear before the school lunches than eat the lunch-room board and prtsent the resolutions, fare. A complete steam-cookery It is claimed that prices...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 April 1909

Interesting Articles for the Women Reader* ■VOL. 6. NO. 108 lOLE 15 s, tI V tMBt BHi HHB .'' I -' '■' BROKEN *>■ ■H^r B .. I ■MBB IB ■ . ■ few President of Council I Recognizes Democrats | I as Well as Republi- >; I cans in Naming -- / f 1 Committees. % Sko * -?ip- -■-->■■•'''■■ ■■■"■;• ; V^ CHAIRMEN.'OF' : i-".- v, % OOUNCIti COMMITTEES » «_ift«lary —Lynn. *.; ;~ j j i *^'anoe—Bell. • '.;■*£§s-\ ■ j I franchises—Wilkeson. -: , jj- JTtreets i and alleys— j «» Fire and water— ■ ( tL Special water—Brand. ' 1 ?l JHarbor' s and" waterfront— 3 ■IPoHce and license—Russell. j M Buildings and public property— ( cvimieson. ■ , - •'-■■r '_ Wf Sewers—-Rankln. % '■' t | Claims—Chapman."'i,' .'■ -' ::' j I Elections—Turnbull.',* l- ■'■'■'-■:- '":-.'»; j I Health and hospitals—Arm- , ' strong. ■"..•;'^.vY- :.;■"' ■■„■■.■,--!<-,-;.- c Vacations and condemnations— ( Stewart. .;'- r j-,:v, ■:.. : .;.-..- ■:.-." .'■-;'' f Officials and salaries—Bberly. , Enrolled j ordinances—Brand. - f i...

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