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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 March 1905

6 THE NEN STATE (iAME LAW. (i 'onttnueri from puao t> for, take, catch or kill any of the game animals ni' birds protected by the laws of the state of Washington., within t lu st uto, during the open season, when it is lawful to kill the Bame, for the terra nf one year, in any lawful manner. The county auditor shall pay to the state treasurer all such fees collected by him, to to he placed iv the game protection fund, to bu used by the county commis sioners for the propagation nnd protec tion of game In said county, and the state auditor shall pay to the state treasurer all such fees collected by him to be placed iv the game protection and propagation fund. All lines collected under the provisions of t his act shall be paid to the county treasurer of the county iv which said tines arc collected and placed by him In the gam" pro tection fund. Sec There is hereby created a state fund which shall be used only for the protection and propagation of game animals, game birds und game fi...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 March 1905

Additional Local Rev, Lee spenl Thursday lv Vakima, The Club meets ugian Tuesday even ing I. M. Randall was In the city yester day. Gov. Mead bo tn Kllensburg next week, r. 11. W. Rossspenl Sunday at Hoi Springs. 11. 1,. Stowell is having his residence repainted. Rev. Father Sweens spenl Tursday in Yakima. 3,1', Lloyd was a Yakima visitor over Sunday. Dr. Felch returned From a week's visit nn the Sound Sunday. Mr-. .1. 1.. Bennett purchased .lames Farrell's residence on Wesi I 'ifi h Sreet, Glen Lower of Roslyn, was a guest of Mr. an.l Mrs. W, A. Steinnian Friday. KngineerT. A. Noble of the recla mation service was in tlie city yester day. John 11. Roberts has just completed aline poultry house ami yard on his property in tbe southeast part of the city. Mrs. Katherina Murray returned from a visit to California a lew days since. The city council meet monduy even ing and from all accounts there was Ticket No. 2*«-l given by Mrs. Hall was held by Mrs. Jus. Ramsay, which entitles her to...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 23 March 1905

8 f Our % vAi :::::::: Never before lias it been our good fortune to present to you such a showing of New, Up-to-date Merchandise. - The store is replete with new things. ■ Every Departmen is a sore wi hin itself. - The designers have certainly outdone all previous efforts in Spring Dress Goods. ■ It is a pleasure to spread for your inspection the new things, consisting in part of: \H fill 31 r : >vi!l re^n su P reme m fashion and favor. An assortment of these lYlUllCl 11 > seems endless. We have a generous stock of the other kinds. We pay just as much attention to our Men's Department, as we do to the Dry Goods side. ■ When we opened the Clothing Store it was not our intention to make it simply a branch of the business, but a full grown store. How well we have suc ceeded the stock will testify. While we're proud of the fact that while we have the largest Clothing Stock hereabouts, we have not a garment in stock that is not the best obtainable in its class, good, stylish, well...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 March 1905

A DAWN OF BRIGHTER HOPES A LIGHTHOUSH FOR TUX NATION'S SAFETY A PEOPLE'S SUM' OF STATE—A GOVERNMENT OF .ILHTIOE'FOR ALL MEN Vol. mi. how British ants manage Public Utilities—Liverpool'i Experience at Owner and Operator of lis Street Kai'. ways an I F.leclrii Lighting industry By Frederick Upham Adams. Copyrighted. BEYOND all question transpor tntion occupies first place am »ng the munieipnl problems now commanding attention In Great Britain. Liverpool was one Hie pioneers In tramway construction, i though it was only recently tlinl the municipality ciime Into full possession nf tramway properti«*s. Its experience with the boasted English conservatism Is fairly typical. After Ueorge Fran t-ls Train and other Americans hail demonstrated at Birkenhead, a suburb of Liverpool, the practicability of tramways tite city authorized a com pany to use its streets for that pur pose. 1 tils was in lJstiit. Four years later the service was so Insufficient that the city served notice on the com pa...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 March 1905

2 WHEN YOU THINK OF GOOD CLOTHES Heard of My "American Boy" Offer? It's Easy. Every loy who pur chases s>.co or more in the Boy s De partment is given a six month's sub scription to this greatest of Hoys Pa pers Free. Truly a good combination -the Best Boys Clothes, the Best Boys It per, f< i' the Best Boys in Kittitas. Men s Apparci. All Ages. Denmark News Notes. Dev. Ket tleson pieuched at the school bouse last .Sunday to unite a large au di, lie,.. I'ic: Jncobson ha* commenced build* I, ; , ~"w l.ini-,'. Mose Bollmnn has struck water in hi- new well at a depth of 1 In feet. .in" IV.ire turned his cattle on to the hills this week. W T. Sheldon brouifht hiscattleup from the Weras this week, and turned them out on the I'niptanura. .ritii Haves and 1.. I!. Winters eael. bought a new nrain drill th;s week. Several tine team-, have been sold from this part of the valley during the past two months. W. T. Sheldon sold two team-, one for (4ol'and one for *.!'iii: Soren s, renson sol...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 March 1905

TRASHY AND VILE LITERATURE READ. By the Boys and tit' l *- Voting Men and Young Ladles. Does More Real Harm Than The Saloons. Breeds all Manner of Crime And is Absolutely Devoid ol any Good. NtMllKlt 1-. ••Diamond Dick, I'bree Finger Tack" uml "Dare Devil" novela and a hundred ami one other novels of like character, combined with cigarettes, are doing more real harm to tbe youth of the land, putting them on tin- down ward road of degredation and crime (ben all the saloons In existence. The saloons ar< • >ad enough, but they a c the third sup in t lit* downward load to destruction, and are patronized by the youth only after he reaches more ma tare years. About tlie lira! thing tbeboysoftn day think of after learning to read is buy 8 dime novel to read something ex citing, some daring deed supposed to have been accomplished by some dare devil. His brain once loaded, it must be discharged and lie tires bis ventures in reading to his chums, who drinks of the story with all the avi...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 March 1905

4 gllensbxrrg gaum. Cnterod Nov. f"th ISM. at the IVstnßlee, KUens bur«, Washington, osentltlcd to second class postal rales. irrn-K: I 0» Bast Fourth Rtrei t. Albany Block KilMs: P»H Yl.All. CASH ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. Ml cbnm.'c« ot advertisements tor current »c< k must he handed in n. I lull i than Tuesday. Oh m Otherwise, the chutim'»il not appear. ,\. nr.- forced to adopt this rule u• v matter of amines*. Correspondents will plea '! ,l ' their ii i p, »»tl .•• not lsu-r than Tiii*dny niivri i. Un less semeMiiiiK ot special iniisaii it s II «c.-. s-ary to hold same until \\ •dm s.!.iy morn '.nit. Social Nolle* Het ill I 1 iti'.nsuf c n atdelicc ci i l» thanks n. I ci ■ ol enti rtii nients eh! iv t X an i iin .-- en h • and . ih« r sin. lar notices will l*echari>c.l i irular auwrtis tni: ra;. - w hen publi .hcd n I'm. luwa Population of County, ia,2.3.1 Population of City, 4,000 Business men and Finns in Ellensbur j, 100 Coi! nty Official Paper. City () lEic ia i Paper. E...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 March 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to R. B. Wilson. STAPIiE & fACfIY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MILLARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce Block. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS W. J Bobbins spent Friday in Ros lyn »m business, Austin Mires was in Roslyn Friday on oßioial business. Dr. I. N. Power, of CleElum, spent I Saturday in our city. John Oilmour spent a feu days since our last issue in 111islyn. Dr. 1! A. Weaver wen! up tn t ie Blum Saturday afternoon. Wolf Mauheim reports good business with his auctiou sale at Roslyn. K.Craig mode a business and so cial trip to CleKlum Sat unlay. Born, Monday, March 27th, to Mr. ami Mr-. Jobs A. Shoudy, a sou. Truly this is typical March weather —sunshine' ram. snow and frost. li. F. Ile'il spent a few .lay-. >:i out last issue, in Seattle ami Tacomu The county commissioners will meet in regular quarterly session next Mon day. \v. it. s in the city a few hours Friday on ousi lliss. Miss Ona (iiimour ha- returned from Roslyn where she was visiting rela...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 March 1905

The Ellensburg Dawn. Trade With Us and Save Your Money. We're Belling "Gold Coast" Soap, tlie best in the market " liar.s for Falcon I 'ancake Flour in t> |Mjunil bags Tea and Coffee—We are selling tine tea for 40 cents and from '• to 10centa oft on Coffee Don't you think it would pay you to trade with us. What are you paying for i arnation ( ream? We're selling it for —per can Ami Snlder'i < lataup Are yon getting it for - 11 eet,ts t bottle? That's the way we sell it. Canned Tomatoes-Do you know what you at c paying for your Tomatoes'." 10 cents a can is all we charge. Do you ever buy three pound box crackers? If so, how much do you pay for them' We only ask You tire paying 30c a can for liakera cocoa, ain't you.- You can get it from us for We save you cents on a bottle of your extracts, any kind any grade. We are telling honey two for 25c. Arc you buying it at that price? ( olumbia < >ats 30 cents I lice, best grade sc, Small white Ileans,sc. Force, 15c. It would take...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 March 1905

Additional Local Geo. Savage ol Tacotna, was in the city Monday. James Heron of Boslyn, was In the city Monday. C, S. Billiard went over to Walla Walla Tuesday. Harry M. Shafer of Cheney, was in the city yesterday. T. P. Carson has returned from hi* trip thronc,li the soul b. Mrs. W. II McKee Is much imlis poied with rheumatism. J, E. Farrell and l>r. Mahan are hiiililiut; new reaidlnc.es. E. T. Mathesof Hellinghan, register ed at the hoicl yesterday. Sam Bouton returned from his visit to Angel, California Tuesday. Cbaa, Pell of the CleEutn Echo came down Wednesday to see Gov. Mead. Miss. May Wheeler left for South Dakota to visit relations this week. Austin Mires went over to Scuttle ami Tacouia Tuesday on legal business L.E.Palmer gave Gov.Mead a ride in his automobile Wednesday morning. Carl I. Ortman's new resilience on I lower Pine street is rapidly growing to completion. W. W. Bonney and W. H. Carothers are applicants for t he posil lon of sheep Inspector. Both arc amply ii...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 30 March 1905

8 knowing that it is all right in all its details. Should you take a trip to the larger cities it will be some satisfaction to know that you are in the height of fashion. And there is also a satisfaction in knowing that the swellest tailor can not make a better fitting garment. Every suit we sell is made as good as human ingenuity, backed by mechanical skill can make them. Every yard of cloth is thoroughly shrunk. The seams are sewed with silk. Even the buttons are sewed on with the very strongest Irish linen thread. The linings are of the best grade. The collars, fronts, lapels, shoulders, and in fact almost every portion of the garment is made by hand. Could we say more? Only one thing: Every statement made here is backed by our Iron clad guarantee: "Your money back if not as represented in every particular." This does not mean that this is a high priced store. We intend that you shall get Exclusive agents for the Celebrated Dutchess Trousers If a button comes off we give you ten ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 April 1905

A DAW N OF UUU.HTEH HOI'F.H A LIGHTHOUSE I'm: Till; NATION'S SAFETY— \ FEOI'LE'S S 111 uf STATIC A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICEIFOR ALL MEN Vol. mi. HOW BRITISH CITIES MANAGE Publii Utilities--How Birmingham. When Joseph Chamberlain, "Socialist," was May or, Puechased in Slum District .mil Made a Most valuable Trat t el l and. VI. IN 187." the most sipuilld district in England lay like a festering sore adjacent to the business center ot Birmingham. It wits thus tie lerihed hy Counselor While in an el > HUent plea before tie town council lor fmproved conditions: •il is 11<• i easy to Imagine desolation which Itcre ilflt'l' Here in tin very heart of the town prt enls tv those who will lake the trouble I i vis it it. Little iNe Is to he see.l hut IlilVl ins roofs, tottering chimneys, luinhh down aial disused sho|is. heaps of bricks, broken windows and coarsi rough pavements, damp and sloppy, ii one ease 1 found a house of only tWi rooms, uliotil nine feet si|tiare ami six and a half fee...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 April 1905

2 WHEN YOU THINK OF GOOD CLOTHES Heard of My "American Boy" Offer? It's Easy. Every boy who pur* chases Ss.t <> <>r more '.11 the Boy s De partment is given a six mouth's sub scription to this greatest "t Boys' Pa pers Free. Truly a good combination -the IJcst Boys Clothes, the Best Boys I:iper, for the Best Boys in Kittitas. Men s Apparel, All Ages. Thursday; flight Social Chats ()\r. LAW AND ONE GOVERNMENT Ki> h or Poor. High or Low, Black or White, Ail Should Observe and Respect the Law, And il They Refuse to do Officers of the Lav. Should Compel Them to Duty. Tho citizetiß and taxpayers "f tho state uf Washington are taxed thous ands ami thousands of dollars ever} year, jes, milions uf dollars, to make laws and execute the same and yei ii seems to me that there are many laws <»n the statute books that stand as a dead letter. What the use in |nt\ for the enactment oi a law when it m ot enforced. Is it not a waste ol Btoney? Well, surely it is. We have a law, a v...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 April 1905

School K>T" rl - Miss Kstella Barnharl closed a very successful term of school In the Filer district last Friday ami mi Monday be iran ber second term in tlie Tauuin school- E, W. Swcit has been employed to (each the spring term In districi num ber 17. The per cent ol attendance was nut as (rood as usual for the past month It was ver) good considering tl ondi [oo of the roads. Following i- the re portof districts thai have made their monthly n port-: No. I. Per cent of ntteudance * * I pupils enrolled H Days attemlat.ee li.til No, 2. Pupils enrolled in Per cent ol attendance Pays attendance "4ii No, I. Pupils enrolled -hi Percent of attendance ',14 Days attendance ttOti No. Pupils enrolled. ill Per cent of attendance Nil Days attendance ■<■>'< No. 7. Pupils enrolled '.','.» Kcr cent of attendance Days attendance ,03-i No. K. Pupils enrolled 'I~> Per cent of attendance Days at tendance 130 No. 13. Pupils enrolled .12 Percent of attendance 8H Days attendance 41W No. 14....

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 April 1905

4 gllcnshurg Jlnum. Kn tired Nov. Mh I«V4 at tfc>' Postofflce, Eller.s our*;. Wa*hlngton, Mentitled to second class pusla. rules. Orrn k 106 Bast Fourth Street. Albany Block Teica* Paa Yiab, Cash f ' ROBERT A. TURNER EDITOR. All obaoge* ot advertl*ement* for current •«.s s in i»t : handed in not latet than Tuesday. 10 a. ai < itberwiae, tbe change will not appear We ar-' forced to adopt this rule a* a matter ol bu..i">* Correspondents will pleas.* try and set their Bedsit.:: - In to v- early in the week as ppfssir:.' not later th»n Tuesday of'an »n. Un pas something of special importance makes It sjeceasary to bold same until Wednesday morn bus special Sonet Ben i .... n sol tii ni of c< :. ttolence. cards of thanks notices ..< entertain Meats charging an adndsslon fee. and other Ssailar notice* will be char if id regular advert:- Ins rate* when publUbed in Tbs Daws Population of County, 12.234 Population of City. 4,000 Business men and Firms in Ellensburg. 100 County...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 April 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. B. Wilson. STAPLE & FACfIY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR MHiIiARS ROASTED COffEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS Easter Sunday, April 23. 1.. P. Ellison of Thorp was in tbe City Tuesday, James Heron of Itoslyn was in tiie city Monday. p. B. Payne of lloslyn, was in the city Thursday. Fred Gllmour, »• f itoslyn, was in tlie city recently v day or two. Claud lirii r !, r s. of North Vukinia was an Ellensburg visitor Monday. The work on Henry Uehmke's new block is progressing very nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Everel .Southern, of Thorp, were in the city Monday. We learn that there are two or three cases of diphtheria In town this week. Mrs. 11. D. Hoty returned from a month's visit in (tregon Friday after noon. (ieorge Champie h:is the contract for remodeling the residence of Dr. Fclch. Born:—March 2(1, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dixon, of North Vaklma, a daughter. F. I). Schnebley came in from his. country home Friday and spent a few hours in tow...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 April 1905

6 Adorns the Beautiful j There arc many things here for every woman. Those who want the best jewelry can find here the real values at reasonable prices, Quality. Beauty, Desirability. Let me show you how easy it is to buy jewel ry at mv prices. OTTO KLUG, Jeweler (H Optician jy; T. [•'. PHELPS VETERINARY SI'IPSE! 'N' AMI HORSE DKNTISTHV. Saturday s iiml Sunday's spent in town With office at Cottage House. ELLENSUI'RO, • wash J j .1 FKU 'H, M I. PHYSICIAN AND SI'RIIEON Office in Ramsay Resilience pb Itlk 381 Htoek. 1 'Nice phouc till; »•'> I i. Mi ' IAULEY, M I. PHYSICIAN ANIi SCRUEON,— (ilßce in Rainsuy Mock. ELLENSHCRU. WASH T " C. FROST, LICENSED CITY HILL POSTER All wink in 114' line, bill posting anddistribut ing entrusted to me will be promptly attended t.i and cared for. ELLENTHt'Iti:. • WASH. I ('. WALTERS ■ EXCELSIOR STEAM DYE WORKS Cor. Fifth .v Main St, AH kinds nf dying, cleaning and repairing neat • ly done by most naxlcrn methods and sulisfae t'lou 1 iuaranleed. Ludi...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 April 1905

Additional Local L Barnes arrived Friday from Hono lulu. W. 11. Price wenl over to Seattle Fridaj. Don't forget the Club meeting next Tuesday evening. B. A. Gaull Is now at home in h is new residence. Qeddis and family have returned to Ellensburg to live. Mike ('. Miller of < MeKlum.was down on businisa yesterday. Henry Klelnberg made a business trip to Seattle Friday. T B. Wrighl of Roslyn is down to day on a business mission. John Blmp*on and family moved down front Roslyn this week. Born To Mr. and Mrs. <>. C'aron, Wednesday, April sth, a son. Matt Bartholei spent Sunday with relatives and friends in Vaklma. Mr*. Matt Bartholet returned from a visit iv North Yakima Saturday. \v. J. McDouald of Thorp was In tbe city Tuesday transacting business. Kittitas county will j_' t >t good space in the Lewis ami ' 'lurk exposition. Mrs. Kofoed of Seattle is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Heed this week. J. E. Frosi made a visit to Seattle and Tacoma this week on legal busi ness. ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 6 April 1905

8 knowing that it is all right in all its details. Should you take a trip to the larger cities it will be some satisfaction to know that you are in tlie height of fashion. And there is also a satisfaction iv knowing that the swellest tailor can not make a better fitting garment, livery suit we sell is made as good as human ingenuity, backed by mechanical skill can make them. livery yard of cloth is thoroughly shrunk. The seams are sewed with silk. liven the buttons are sewed on with the very strongest Irish linen thread. The linings are of the best grade. The collars, fronts, lapels, shoulders, and iv fact almost every portion of the garment is made by hand. Could we say more? Only one thing: livery statement made here is backed by our Iron clad guarantee: "Your money back if not as represented in every particular." This does not mean that this is a high priced store. We intend that you shall get Exclusive agents for tlie Celebrated Dutchess Trousers If a button comes off we give yo...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 13 April 1905

A DAWN OF imtOHTEU B(>I'EM A LIGBTIIOUSK Foil THF, NATION'S HAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATE A GOVERNMENT OF jrjSTICRJFOR ALL MEN Vol. xii. HOW BRITISH CITIES MANAGE Public Utilities-—Horn Birmingham i>» s its Street Railway*, Electric Light srd Power Plan! and Many Other Utilities I s Gas and Water Works Were Bought in 18,0 VII. BIRMINGHAM owns its gnu plniil ami lias o| eratiil it sue essl'lli ly for lieno ttillll a third of it century. A private ooinpan., Controls the gas in Liverpool, and il will be several years before the •■: j can Require possession of tlie fn v chise. tin the other bund. Liverpool operates its tramways, while a privnti company operates those of Binning tain, leasing (belli from the city, It is rather singular that of tlie ten most popular objects of municipal own ersblp In Ureal Britain not a city has undertaken the entire list. The ten i have iv mllld are as follows: First. sX>weiilngH for (he Working classes. Second.—Tramways, Third, tins works. F...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
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