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Saturday Hoslery and Underwear Day. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Saturday Hoslery and Underwear Day. —Hosiery, extra value for 5c up. Ladlea' tests, sc, SV4c, 10c, 12c up. Ladies' pants, 19c, 25c, 35c, 50c. Ladies' union suits, 25c, 35c, 50c up. , Men's uuderwear, 25c, 35c, 50c. And our popular low prices on all lines of summer drv goods and notions. WOOLEN MILL STORE.
A New Drug Firm. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
A New Drug Firm. —Beginning with today the well-known drug store in the Edd&gt; bulldlug will be under the management of Messrs Filson &amp; Swectli-g. They hate purchased the business trom Mr. CoblenU and will take possession today. Messrs Frlson &amp; Sweeting are both gentlemen of experience lu the business and it Is their puiposo to conduct a phurnmey that will bo first-class ill uterj lcspect. No efforts will be spared to obtain tho best of ovcr&gt; thing In the diug line and eteijlhing will bo sold at the lowest prices consistent with good goods. '
CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
CHURCH NEWS. —The Congiegatlonal church Is making plana lor the celebration of Children's day. Tluj date Is Juno 11, and special exorcises will bo prepaied. —The colored Christian church ot Normal Kill celebrate Children's day, tomorrow (Sunday) night at their church o-n Linden stieet A Hue programme has been prepared with special music. A special Imitation bus been extended to all the other Sunday school children. —Tbo Epworth League of tho First M. E. church has lote to ghe the Sunday night sen Ice to a consideration of lessons from the state Sunday school comenllon Just closed. .Many members are to toll ot the convention features which impressed tbem. Miss Livingston will be tho leader. —Tbo SundHy e\euing sor\!co of the Christian Endeavor Society ot tho First Baptist church will bo led by Row H. K. Denltuger, pastor ot the Second Presbyterian chuich Tho song service will begin at 6 o'clock, and song books used will be 'Make His l'ralse Glorious," the books used In the Sunday sch...
GIVE NEW PLAN A TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
GIVE NEW PLAN A TRIAL 'lO KEKI- THE STKEKTS CLKAX I'ltj Council Also Votes lu lllillil ii It an I'atrol mini ami llur AinuiilmiccA lliwj be»s)on. —At a two hours and a hnlf icsslon lust night the clt&gt; council decided to give tho street cleaning plan pioposed b&gt; the Business Men's association atrial, to build n now patrol tutn and buj an ambulance, bcsldesxtransactlng a largo amount of nil nor business The aldermen were all present, though Aid How man left on account of sickness, bi'tore the meeting was oi er. .Vol a one ot the standing committees, except the one on llnnncc, had a report to brine In. jet the &amp;esr,lon was one of the Jougcst for some time
STREET CLEANING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
STREET CLEANING. Tho street cleaning question was brought up by Aid. Rodger*, he moving that the mejorlty report of the street and alleys committee, presented the week bufoio, he adopted The toport ictommends that the plan proponed by tho business Men's association, that fs to have eleven incu clean forty-fout blocks in the business dtstuct, each man having d certain district to woik lu, the cost for this to be about if.,000, and the balance of the fund to bo expended upon the outlaying pavements and dirt stieets; the eleven men are to be paid at the rate of $lO per month and work the yeai around, having also the power of special policemen to Pi event the throwing of Htioi aud rubbish on the streets, be given a fnii trial and if it proves satisfactory and cheaper than the present system, to be adopted permanently. AW. O'Noll said that in life opinion the movement represented but a small percentage of the propoitt uttners, and that If It was adopted there would be no niotioj left for...
ONLY A TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
ONLY A TRIAL Aid. Morrison slated that thlß was'the first lime In his ictollection that the business men hud displajed an active Interest in il,e t .|t,' 6 financial mailers and that ho was glad of It He did not think that one man could clean four blocks nor that the figures pieseuted were enough. jj 0 stated t i m )lc nai ,„ fa , or of ghlng ll a fair trial and if It wn not a success to return to the piesent evetem. Aid. Uoilgers stated that Ilia business d stilct ought to be kept clean. The plan did not jiiopose to neglect the dirt streets and the report only recommended that It ho git en a fair trial. / Aid. now wan was of the opinion that the B&gt;i=iuui should be extended further than the business district, in fact to all parts ol the ilty. .Men should hute certain districts to work In and do all the work on the stieets except the giadlng of the dirt stieets. He was in favor of adopting the report as an experiment, and abandoning the Innotatlou If it was not sntlsfactor...
MAY TRY CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
MAY TRY CONTRACT. Aid. Hodgora said that if the plan -was not a success the streets could be cleaned hy contract foi 25 per cent less than the present amount expended oh them and that ceitain people were ready to take the contract. / Aid Graham thought that if the plan was adopted it would be nocessary to nppioprlate the $5,000 for the forty-four blocks. He pelleted that one man could clean lour blocks, especially when ho had the power of preventing people from sweeping rubbish from stores and other places Into the street Aid Tiunan thought that the cutting off cf part of the appropriation was not fair to the other tax p:i&gt;eis, as there Is not money enough now to properly take care of the outside street?. Aid. Mnirlson sold that It was not nocessaiy to appropilale the money especially for the forty-lour blocks. It wus merely a question o' hiring oloven men for that territory. Aid. SUutz stated that he was In fat or of trying the system for ninety da&gt;s Aid. Kerr...
MR. EDWARDS TALKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
MR. EDWARDS TALKS. Superintendent of Streets Edwards was then called upon to express himself, lie said that he never did favor the plan, as it did not toko Into consldeiatlou the removing of the dirt after the incu swept It up, nor the cost of the tools to equip the eleven men. He sold that the streets were kept dirty by dirt dropping from wagons hauling It from basements, aud recommended that an ordinance providing for box bod wagons for dirt hauling be passed. l'be cart men also litter the strets. Aid. Morrison made a motion that the superintendent of streets be Instructed to employ cloven men at $4O a month and buy the Implements with which they should do tho work. Tho motion carried, Aid. O'Nell toting against it. The report of the oil Inspector for Maywas read. It showed 145 barrels approved and 211 barrels of gasoline condemued. The fees amounted to $17.95
IMPROVEMENT REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
IMPROVEMENT REPORTS. The repoit "t the electrical Inspector for Ma) in an presented. The inspection tees collected amounted to $42 50 There vveiu seventeen pel mile Issued, the fees being 50, making tile total $5l. The city engineer presented a report that enough vvutk had been done on the west slough spud to warrant paying tho contractor $7OO more and recommending that this be done. The report was adopted The hoaid of local improvements was given authority to make an agreement with the contractoi as to the price of eUia masonry uh'ch will be needed. The &lt;ost will be between $lOO and $1,200. The Improvement board reported that the Park aud Utechor street sewer was complete and had been ncetpted. The contract price was $1,445. There were extras amounting while tho city had a credit of $2O. It was recommended that the contractor be paid accordingly and the report was udoptcd. Tho report of the board presenting the ordinances for the West Chestnut street and Madison street p...
FOR JUBILEE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
FOR JUBILEE DAY. An Imitation from the executive committee of the Jubilee to ride in catrlnges en Governor's and nioomlugtoii da, was ncci pled. Pcimlseioti was given to open the pavement at 40" North Mam stieet and at 312 West Wood street. The elcctilcul inspouois tesignallon wan accepted. No appointment ii,ib mndi» At the loquest of the executiie committee of the Jnblleo, It nns decided to Imite the I'eoilu and Springfield Hie dcpnrtmenli to como to the Jubilee with the same men and apparatus ns were hero ill the big tiro. The matter was iclerud to the committees ou lajlioads nnd tire department. Permission Has granted to erect a lien at 218 West Jefferson street; to build 11 shed in tlio 1011 of -117 South Khh street; to put up nn awning nt 105 Solilh Center btreet; to mole a flame lioiibo from the corner of Graham nnd Mnin sti eels to tlio 1300 block in North East atleet. A petition from the residents and piopeity owneis of the vicinity decl.no that tho houses at 202 nnd 201 Nor...