The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on December 28, 1923 · 9
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the citizen'. Ottawa, casada. friday. December ss. ioij USE CmZEN WANT ! DRESSMAKING C'tU XADIFS and children's Hewing and dressmaking. Q. 6785W. 9V4 DRESSMAKING and plain Mwlns. reasonable. Tel. C 311. 73 MYRK dressmaker, hemstitching. S5 Dalhousie. H. 4U27. 28M . PLEATING, buttons covered, aral-lopiBK. hemstitching. Itltchlo's, 2S7 Laurfer Ave., W. 1SR l.ADTTCs' tailoring and dressmaking raonable. 126 Albert. Apt. 12. 83 ',' , FUREIEKS ! YOUR fur coat remodelled' or re-. lined, tailor-made suits. 17. Arthur. 64 I PURS made, repaired, reasonable. Tel. P. H. Flood, 239 Elgin. 14F Fl'RS repaired, remodelled, neatly done. 493 Litgar St., near Bay. 79 PERSONAL v TVIIX care for small child, reasonable. Q. 2603W. 714 mill give widow or middle aged woman frn rnnm nnd board for light duties and company for young girl in evenings, box so, ummu. i7i CATHERINE Elisabeth Nelson, formerly of Canada, died recently. Information -wanted of relatives. Communicate with Frank S. Harris, attorney. Buffern, N. T. . 67 PIANO tuning and phoiujsraph repairs by experts. Bobertscm. I'lngle and Tllley. cor. Bank and Cooper. Q. 56. The Brunswick Shop. 1-7-4R Ni nsK Gallagher, surgical, mental, maternity. Arrangements made for out-of-town patients. Address 407 Queen St. Q. 193SW. 69 I buy gold, silver, platinum, diamonds, false teeth, bridges. Adel-steln's. 294 Laurler VV. HA PIASIO tuning and repairing. Tel. A. C. Allison. C 907. 1-2-6A APSI.KV Hall, Metcalfe and Lisgar, luncheon, Sundays excepted, 316 month. 4A PRACTICAL nurse, city or outside points, or emergency. Call Q. 752SW. 10 SEWING machines of all makes repaired. Q. 6S78W. . : 12K CONTRACTING, plastering, repairing contractors. Laiontaine and Suns, R. 1523. 16JL UK LA !H 111 AN OF., lime, superfluous hair removed, by electric multiple needles. Q. 6646. 256 Bank. 1 TI'RNISIG, remodelling, cleaning, j pressing. repairing. Sidney City Wardrobe, 386 Somerset SU Q. 1850. 7C ALICF.'S Beauty Parlor. The busy corner. Hank and Sparks, next to Ur Baird's. Q. 7439. 21G j NOTICKi We will buy your piano !. for cash or give you good value in exchange for new piano or phonograph. Roberts"., Plugle and Tilley, Ltd., cr. Bank and Cooper. 1-7-4U Ul INI.A.N. tailor, dry cleannm, pressing, your material made. 461 Gladstone. Q. 8667. 23P .111 LTIGI1 AIMl letters, addressing, mailing, complete service, reasonable prices. The Graphic Press, But-terworth Bldg., Q. 5474. 190 HOW about your roof T If It Is giving you trouble, tel. S. 8125. J. D. Sanderson Co.. roofers. . 273 1 PAWNBROKER. Rose advances money. first class merchandise. Jewelry, walches, diamonds, furs, suits, club bags, guns. 73 George. 1 1 K BUCKRAM shapes, velvets,' feather mounts, wire, millinery cement and all supplies for the home milliner. Largs new stock. Velvet, felt and velour hats re-blocked and dyed. Wilson, 587 Bank. C. 3151. tW PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. Outside office service, monthly terms arranged. Q. 2732. U-67 Sl'IHEM.A HBAITH CORSETS. Office hours afternoons; for Cor-ctiere tel. Q. 8605. 11-243 ELITE LETTER HOUSE. O. SrSX Multigraphlng, printing, direct mailing. Orders promptly and skilfully executed. Mailing lists supplied. H-67 CARDS CARPF1XTER work of all kinds, reasonable. C. 424ft. 66 TIIK Ottawa chimney ' sweeper, furnace cleaner. (R. 2347W. WEATHER strips (Hlggln metal to metal). Estimates free. Ed. Pye. Q. 7167. 322 Wellington. Ill' MOTOR winding, electrical lntal-lations, repairs, supplies. We give service. Call F. G. Bowie. & 1481. 11B FURNITURE matte, repaired, polishing, upholstering, chair caneing a specialty. Ask for my prices. Q. 2443. 21N CARPENTERING, ail kinds, repairs specialty. S. 3021. 7W UPHOLSTERING, repairing, furniture remodeled, 'chesterfield suites to order. P. I Brown, 36 Adelaide. C. 626. 10G UNIVERSAL Floor 6urfa-er, old floors made li'e new. VV. J, Wills, contractor, builder. C. 469W. 14W CHIMNEYS cleaned, repaired, also roofs repaired, reasonable. Bell St. S. 2770VV. 4V SIMPLEX floor finishing, estimates free. Belanger. Q. 7181, or It- 146E.W. CARPENTERING, cabinet making, alterations, repairs. Cheesnian. Q. 4313W. SOC EVERGREENS, Ire cutting and packing. Henry and Lemire. C. 1112W. 14U INSURANCE ROWATT, Ahearn, Ltd., Insurance brokers. Q. 60. 37 Queen St 2K CALDWELL, J. Y 102 Cank. Strong financial companies. Personal attention. 17C m II Ait I) V and Reynolds, firs Insur-ance. Booth Bldg. Q. 1368. 4H fisher, A. G.. all kinds Insurance. C 4027W. 7C ' BUSINESS CHANCES HOTEL at Buckingham, Que., for sale, good buslnens. license. Apply K. T. Armstrong, above address. 71 PROGRESSIVE, building loans, current Interest. W. J. and J, C. Thorns. 46 Elgin. Q. 439. 1IT MONEY to loan, S1.000 to tlO.ltOO, on improved city property. Bjx 271 Citizen. - 67 CONFECTIONERY and candy shop, central, doing good business. Will sell reasonable. Bux 7 Citizen. 70 MAN taking out timber needs financial assistance, return for which he will give interest in business, or pay lu Interest on loan. Box 292 Citizen. 60 4 PRIVATE money to loan, first morlSHge. S. 26SW. 70 GOOD corner grocery, good reason for seling. Box 231, citisen. 69 HoLSK situated on Gladstone Ave., easily converted into store, suitable for fruit, grocery or butcher stand. Fins location. Price reduced to $4,800 for quick sale. Rents for $50 per month. Easily handled. This Is the best buy on the street Apply C W, Koss, 49 Metcalfe. Q. 7020. - Hi CONSTRUCTION THEW, A. C shlngler. workmanship guaranteed. C, 6678W. 9T I.ECOJfPTK. Nap., builder, house raising, concrete, foundations. C. 36S1. 12L LARABIR, F.. 72 Cobourg St.. all i kinds brick repairing, satisfaction guaranteed. 6A Vs GET tbe habit, tel. Johnson, the . carpenter. C. 1S53. . IJ WESTON and Kenny, carpentering, general contracting. It 6072W. 19VV BEAIPRE, P. plastering, repairs, stucco work. It lo94. MB PLUMBERS, ETC. FURNACES clemed and repaired, reasonable; tinsmithing. Morris. Q. 823S. 6 FURNACES, repairing. Murphy. 2x7 Lyun. Q. 1428. 1M CHANOLEII, and Co., plumbing and expert furnace repairs. 367 Bank. tC DECORATORS ROOMS papered, J3. Q. 3060. . ROOMS papered. 13 up. Ilobbo. 8. t67iW. 69 H ROOMS papered complete. 7, including paper. y. 8755. IsM IOCKHART. J w painter, deccrar-rr. reasonable. (4. i'iiA. 12L ROOMS papered; J7 complete. Bar-"r S. 5222W. SJH ROOMS papered, 33. C. 1383. 67 ADS. TEL Q. 5500 HOUSES FOB SALE S suite apt., Sandy Hill, well rented, over 10 net revenue, 39,000. K. S231W. MODERN well built brick house, well located for railway man, right price. Terms. 8. 3317W. C. 2675. 7014 GLEBE, new brick, 7 rooms, hot water beating, h.w. floors throughout. Owner leaving city. Will sell below cost Q. 4646. 27M-67 300 cash, 506 April 1. balance monthly, attractive semi-brick bungalow. West End, good location, 3 bedrooms, fireplace, glass doors between hall and living room, panelled dining room, spacious kitchen finished in white enamel, 15,800. Bea) Ljuap. Q. 439. 67 gov casn. naiance ?33 per montn, buys new brick bungalow, O.S., separate living room, fireplace, dining room with bay window, kitchen, wired for electric Btove, 1 large bedroom. 2 small bedrooms, h.w. floors throughout, private driveway. Immediate possession. Opportunity to get a new home. Q. 439, evenings C. 4021. 1T-67 ROCKCLIFFE, teautlful home, large garden, 10 rooms, 3 fireplaces, living room finished genuine mahogany, dining room, walnut panelling, 2 verandahs, h.w. heating, electric stove, $14,000. R. 6231W. 67 EXCHANGE! house in Winnipeg for city property. Box 299 Citizen. 70 S door row, giving splendid returns on Investment, Center ward. For particulars apply Box 237, Citizen. 69 M 3100, comfcrtHhl hrlclr house, 3 bedrooms, private driveway, O.S., conveniently located. Very easy terms. Q. 3264. 69 Vj 3 apt. houses and 2 singles. C 4009. B. Tessler. Ottawa. 2T POWELL Ave., modern 2 storey house, 4 bedrooms? fuel fireplace, h.w. floors throughout, h.w. heating, modern plumbing, wired for range and heater. Price $S.300. Cash $500. Frank B. Ault. Q. 3432. 7A 18 rooms, rooming house, furnished, bargain. Box 235 Citizen. 6S fil.RHE. 7 rooms, h.a. heating. $4,500. Black and Hughes Ltd., 49 Bank. 3313 AVLMER. 13 cent car rare. 30 min utes from Sparks St., bungalows and serci-bungalows built according to your choice of plans, substantial construction guaranteed. 12 houses sold already, only 1 left at prices of $4,u00, and $4,200, and $200 cash down. Call for appointment right now today. Tom Foley, Realtor, Bank St, near Llsgar, and Main st, Ayimer. GLEBE, attractive new brlcfc bungalow, 7 rooms, fire grate, wired for electric stove, good garden. Easy terms, would make New Years gift J. A- Acton, 406 Bank St 1-A CENTER Town. 9 room house, h.w, heating, large lot This is a bargain at $5,500. . Best-Moore Kealty Co., Realtors. 198 Bank St Q. 3606. 2B CENTER floor Bungalow. VVood-roffe, 7 rooms, h.w. floors, furnace, fireplace, bath, concrete cellar, easy terms. Q. 474. 240 PROPERTY FOR SALE GOOD Prescott Highway farm, nlowed. Exchange for city property. Fine location. Q. 3264. - 69 14 S3.500. fully eaulnned 100 acre On tarlo farm. Beat this? Owner must leave. Hurry. Q. 3264. 69 ft as acres of good sandy loam land with house and outbuildings, highly adapted to gardening, fruit growing ana poultry raising: sltuatea oniy 1 miles from Ottawa on good macadam ized road; part cash, balance easy terms. Apply isox zzt uiuzen. &a 'A EXCELLENT- business site, general store at Kinburn, one of most fertile sections of Eastern Ont. Sell or rent. Hallway station, public and high school, church close, provincial highway passes door, dwelling in building, electric lighted. Ready for occupation Jan. 1. D. Croskery, Kin-burn. 63 400 acres good pulpwood land, 100 acres pasture, 100 acres tillage hind, 2V4 miles from railway station. Will be sold very cheap. Box 281 Citizen. 68 8 acres of the best garden land bungalow and stable, close to city, all well planted. H. M. Roe. S. 4267. 6R x acres mixed timber heavy rut on the Gatlneau, 6 miles from railway and mill: also 100 acres timber same district, 3 miles from siding. Box 254 Citizen. 66 PROPERTY TO LET WELL furnished office. Sparks St., or unfurnished, very low rent Q. 36. or Q. 2432W. 67 STORE, 302 Bank St.. Immediate possession. Apply at 611 Hope unamDers, oparns 01. ivn VERY fine offices and sample rooms, bright, roomy anil, comfort able, fast elevators, irergni elevator, entrance Sparks or Queen. Arcade Bldg., 196 Sparks. , 70 V4 LARGE office with waiting room, from Jan. 1. 25 Carieton Chambers. 67 STORE to let, 59 Main St., O. E. Good opening for hardware man. Apply to G. T. Barrett, 260 Catherine St 70 OFFICII! TO LET ' In ths Cltiset. Building. 2nd floor. Immediate possession, will decorate. Reasonabls rent includes light heat, Janitor service, continuous elevator service. For rates apply Citizen Business Office. H-TF REAL ESTATE W. J. and J. C. THO.MS. Realtors. 46 Elgin St. Q. 439 Argyle Ave., near Elgin St., S roomed solid brick home, coal gralo. h.w. floors, well decorated, stne foundation, garage, owner leaving the city. ' An opportunity. Reduced price. IT R. W. GRANT. Loans on Real Estate 39 Queen. Tel. Q. 6239 ' 1 ran nlacA vour money on first mortgage. 7, not to exceed 4 the actual value, no better investment, security guaranteed. H-6G CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .HOUSES ft OR SALE. Center Town Solid brick house on large lot containing double parlors with open fireplace, separate dining, room, kitchen, , 5 bedrooms; hot water heating; good location. The owner of this house is leaving Canada early in January and must sell. Price reduced to $6,500. Easy terms. 100 Bank REALTORS Queen 1648 HORSES FOR SALE. Horses FOR SALS Carload of heavy draft horscV Percherons. At stables, 875 Cooper St Fhon Q. SI94W. 13. II. Moore AUCTION SALE -OF FORD TRUCK FOR STORAGE CHARGES.' TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Take notice that there will he sold by Public Auction at the King Edward Ave. Garage, Ut. Patrick St.. on Wednesday, January 2. at 11 o'clock a.m., a Ford Truck. The WM. A. OOLK CO., By-Law Number A Bylaw to authorize the execution of An Agreement brtweeb the Corporation and the Ottawa Eleetrle Railway Company. The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of Ottawa exacts as follows: 1. That certain agreement in writing, dated the day of January, 1924, and pade between the Corporation of the City of Ottawa of the one part, and the Ottawa Electric RuiHvay Company of the other part, la true copy whereof Is set out in Schedule "A" to this bylaw) Is hereby approved and confirmed. 2. The Mayor and the Clerk of the Corporation are hereby respectively authorized and directea to execute the said agreement on behalf of the Corporation, and the Clerk shall affix the Corporate Seal thereto. Given under the Corporate Seal of the City of Ottawa this day of 1924. City Clerk. Kayorl SCHEM LK "A" Agreement dted the day of 192.. Between The Corporation of the City of Ottawa, hereinafter called the "City,'' of the First Part; And The Ottawa Electric Railway Company, hereinafter called the "Company," of the Second Part. Witnesseth that the parties hereto have agreed as follows: 1. In this Agreement, unless the context shall otherwise require, the words, a) "Board" or "Board of Railway Commissioners" shall mean an.l include the Board of Railjyay Commissioners for Canada, aim any other body subject to Federal Jurisdiction that may at any time hereafter have either in whole or in purt the power3 of such Board. b "Five year period" shall nvsans each successive period of five yesrs reckoned from and after August 13th, 1923. c) ''School child' shall mean a child certified In writing to the Company to be under the age of fourteen years by a teacher in a public, or a separate school, or in a collegiate institute, or in such priva:e schools as mny be recognized by the Company and to be in attendance at sucn scnooi. (d) "Transportation system" shall mean any system for the operation of electric cars, either on metal traclffl or without tracks, or for the operation of motor busses by gasolene, electricity or other power, except the force of animals, and any system for the operation of vehicles for the carriage of passengers, but shall not include vehicles chartered for special trips, such as cabs uu,. taxi-cabs. ei "Track" shall have the meaning defined by clause 52 of the Agreement dated June 28th, 1893. 2. All written Agreements, Bylaws and statutes governing the relations between the parties hereto, and the powers of the Company, in so far as they are in force and effect on January 1st. 1924. shall remain In full force and effect, except in so far as they are. or may become, inconsistent with or altered by. or under, the terms of this Agreement. 3. (a) The Company shall build all those certain track extensions and new lines of street railway (referred to on pages 28 to 33 inclusive of the printed report of R. M. Feustel, dated September. 1922. annexed hereto as Schedule "B"), described In Schedule "A" hereto In accordance wijh the terms of said Schedule "A." b) The Company will also carry out In the years epeclfled In such report the recommendations contained therein as to matters other than track extensions and additions, which recommendations are contained in Schedule "B'' hereto. fc) .Whenever and so often as the City shall, durlnsr any five year period, propose that the Company shall extend the lines of its transportation system, the City shall notify the Comnany not later than Eighteen (IS) months before the expiration of the current five year period of such desire, and -liion failure of the parties to agree within Two (2) months after such notice, the question whether such work th;il! be done shall be forthwith submitted to a Board of three 3) arbitrators for arbitration, under The Arbitration Act (Ontario) as it now stands. The award of any such Board of Arbitration shall be null and void, unless it Is made at least one year before the expiration of the said current five year period. notwithstanding the provisions of any Act -to th contrary. (d) The Company shall not bo obliged to make any extensions, or to add to Its equipment, after receiving notice from the City of its intention to purchase under the Agreement dated June 28th. 1893, now in iorce between the parties, (e) In the event of the Company being prevented by the act of God, strikes, the King's enemies or other iike cause bOiid Its control, from completing, any of the works which under this Agreem-nt the Conipanv undertakes to construct or which it may hereafter agree 01 be directed to construct within such respective periods of time as sre now or may hereafter be fixed for such purpose, the Company will provide during such delay, other suitable means of transportation for the district to -be served by such proposed additional or extended lines. 4. (a) Five cents for adults and for children over 51 inches in height; throe cents for children under u inches In height: and twenty trips for fifty cents for school children; (which last mentioned tickets s, n' be good only between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.) shall be the fares for the transportation of passengers from one point to another on the Company's transportation svstem, within the areas hereinafter in this clause dencrihed, except between the hours of twelve o'clock midnight and six a.m. during which time not more than ten cents shall be the fare for all passengers. (b) Notwithstanding any Rrovislon of the Railway Act (Canada) 1919, or of any subsequent Act amending the same, or of any order-ln-councll made thereunder, the above fares shall not be altered until the 13th day of August, 1928, and then only If such alteration Is permitted in accordance with clause 9 hereof and nnlv whla such alteration remains in force. (c) The fares specified In subclause (a) of this clause shall be in force (1) on the Company's transportation system now or hereafter constructed or operated within the present limits of the Cltv and (2) on that part of the Company's existing lines outside the limits of the City that runs to Clovardale Av,nn, In Rockcliffe Park, and (3) upon such i ..tco ,3 nie iHiw or as may nereartcr be constructed into the Central Experimental Farm, and (4) on the present lines of the Company In the Province of Quebec and as far as, but not Including, Main Street in the City of Hull. 6. During the term of this Agree- yient and of the said Agreement of une 28. 1893, and of any extensions or renewals thereof, the City shall grant the Company exemption from taxation and all other - municipal rates on its franchises, tracks, rolling stock and other personal property used In and about the working of the transnortation ttvittom nlai on the income of the Company from me woraing 01 tne saia transportation system. Hut this shall not apply to the real estate of the Company. This exemption shall apply to the tax known as Business Tax, It being the Intention of the parties hereto that the Company shall under this supplementary agreement have me same exeinnllon from tavntinn as it had during the first thirty ' years 01 the Agreement of June 28, 1893. j 6. Regulation 11 of the KchAul attached to the Agreement dated ' June 28th. 1893, Is hereby cancelled j ..,., nic-u lJ tjrj uu lUUKcr Lltflll- j Ing upon the Company. The Com- 1 pany may own and operate within I the territory and on the lines referred to In sub-clause (c) of clnuse 4 1 hereof, such number of cars operated 1 by one employe, as shall not ex. j ceed fortv npr rint of thn mimh,. of cars In operation on such part of 1 luv v.umj,fiy b iranfponuiion system from time to Time. Tim Inlrn. I ductlon or the use of such cars upon the said System shall not cause any , rmpioye oi mo ,onipanv to lose his position of seniority with the Company. Employes operating such cars shall be paid at the rate of five cents per hour In excess of the wage rate current for motormen and conductors of like seniority from time to time. 4 7. The Company may operate Its transportation system on Sundavs within the llnifta of the City, as such ) the faiea payable on Sundays shaa be the same as those from time to time payable on week-days. , 8. (a) The Company shall have and may exercise, during the term of this Agreement, and of the said Agreement of June 28th. 1893. and of any extension or renewal thereof, an exclusive franchise to construct, complete, maintain and operate with-In 'the limits of the City, as such limits may be from time to time, transportation system, on the Com pany'g present lines and any extensions or additions thereto, It being the . intention of the parties hereto that the Company- shall not be subject to competition in Its business of transporting passengers whether such competition be In the nature of motor busses or otherwise. . (h) Thfl ntv win not onnose ap plications by the Company for privileges to be exercised beyond the limits of the City as such limits may be from time to time. (c) The Company will not object to the operation, within the limits of the City, bs such limits may be from time to time, of motor busses running between any point within one-quarter tnilo of the City Hal1 and towns and villages whether incorporated or unincorporated outside the said limits, but no such motor bus shall convey passengers from one point within the said City limits to another point therein. (d) The City shall pass such bylaws as the Company may request and as it lawfully may, to enable the Company to enforce the provisions of sub-clauses (a) and (c) of this clause, but the City shall not be obliged to enforce such provisions. (e) Notwithstanding anything contained In this clause, during auy and all times that the Company Is pre texted trom rey't'ifJ' opsrsv.ns sti lines for more than one day, the City may a'uthorlio the operation during such time of motor busses or other vehicles as public carriers. (f) Nothing herein shall affect the right which any railway or other company may have, on January 1st, 1921, to operate a steam or an electric railway wholly or in part within the City limits and to carry passengers or freight, but, except in the case of a steam railway, the .City shall not renew or extend uny such right, upon its expiration. (g) The franchise or right given by sub-eiause (a) of this, clause shnll include the right to construct, maintain and operate such equipment and other things as are, or may become, usual or necessary in connection with a transportation system: subject, however, to the provisions of any bylaw of the City now or hereafter passed respecting the zoning or the location Of buildings. 9. (a) Should the Company consider that the revenue to be devived from the operation of the part of Its transportation system within the City limits as they may be from time to time, and from the other lines mentioned in sub-clause (c) of clause 4 hereof (hereinafter in this clause called "the said part') will be Wiuffkirnt to provide during the five year period next succeeding the five year ueriod then current for the following items, viz., tbe cost of operating the said pnrt find such portion of the cost of operating works in connection with the Company's transportation system us is properly chargeable to the said part, and of maintaining and keeping up the same in an efficient condition, and of making proper provision for their depreciation, renewal and replacement, and for a iust and rensonuhle return to the Company on the capi tal investment in tne saia part ana on such portion of the capital in vestment In the said works as is properly chargeable to the said part, as such capital investments may be from time to time, the Comnany may notify the City in writing not later than one year before the end of any five year period, that it cannot profitably continue, after such period, the tariff of fares then in effect on the said nart. and shall submit there with a tariff of fares, and the tariff or Tares to be effective during the next five year period shall thereupon be open for discussion between the parties hereto. (b) Should no satisfactory adjustment be effected within one month after such notification, tho Company may, at any time thereafter, annly to the Board of Railway Commissioners ior autnortty to charge such an Increased tariff of fares on the said part of the said system, during the next live year period as will produce a sum Buffli'lent to provide in such period for the said items. (c) Should the revenue to be derived from the operation of the said part annear llkelv to be more than sufficient, in the opinion of the City expressed oy resolution, to provide during the ive year period next succeeding the five year period then rurrnt, for the said Items, then the City may notify the Company in writing, one year before the end of any five year period, that it considers the fares excessive, and If no satisfactory adjustment of the matter Is made within one month affr such notification, the City may apply to tho Board for such a decrease in fares upon the said part during the next five year period as will allow a revenue not more than sufficient to provide for the said items. (d) Whenever notice has been served by the Company or by the Corporation under clause 9 of this Agreement, any accountant or engineer instructed by the Corporation by resolution shall have full right of access to the books, records, documents, vouchers and balance sheets of the Company, und shall have full right to examine the same, and to take extracts therefrom. (c Tho parties hereto shall accept the judgment or order of the Board made on any application under this clause, as final and binding, and shall not appeal therefrom. (f) In the event of the Company making an application under this clause, and the City thereafter serving notice upon tho Company of Its intention to purchase the Company s property, as provided by clause 4 (b) of the Agreement dated June 28th. 1893. it shall be a sufficient compliance with the lust mentioned clause if the City shall give th Company six months' notice of such intention. 10. Clause 49 of the said Agreement dated June 28th, 1893, Is hereby cancelled and declared to be n longer binding on the Company. 11. In the event of it peeomlnt necese.-ry to build or rebuild, strengthen or extend any bridge, viaduct or subway. In order that any of the lines of railway, which the Company by this Agreement undertakes, or may be required, to construct and onerate. shall b nn. structed and operated under or over the same, if tho parties hereto cannot agree as to the proportions in which ths cost of building, rebuilding or extending such bridge, viaduct or subway shall be borne between the City and the Companv, or as between the City .and the company and any other Company liable to contribute thereto, either party may apply to the Board for an order fixing and ap apportioning such cost, and the Company will pav such Proportion of such rnl aa .,.'., t. determined by such Board. The part ... i vuik wnicn tne company is ordered to pay for or to maintain shall be deemed to be a work in connection with tbe Company's sys-tern. ' 12. If the Corportlon shall lay down or relay any pavement upon any street or part of street within such period of time as shnll elapse, in nv case, between the time when the City shall have first proposed or agreed to an extension of the tracks of the Company upon such street or port of a street, and the expiration of the period of time within which the Company has agreed to lay down the same, and If the laying or re-Haying of such- pavement shall have the effect of Increasing the cost which the Company would otherwise be put to In laying down Its tracks and works thereon, such Increase In the cost thereof shall be borne by the Corporation. 13. The nnpha, hnPAfn an Join In applying to the Parliament of the Dominion of Canada and to the Legislature of the Province of Ontario for legislation confirming and ratifying this Agreement, and declaring the same to be valid, legal ond binding upon the parties hereto, (the expense of such legislation to be home by the Company;. 14. If any permission, upproval, confirmation or other thing necessary in order to make effective and valid the powers granted to the Company by this Agreement "hall not be. obtained by the City, then this Agreement shall not be binding, und the parties shall be restored to their rights and legal positions as they existed Immediately prior to the execution of this Agreement, without having any claim for damages arising out of the failure to obtain such thing. 15. The Company may at the requBt of the City, to he expressed by B l:iw. substitute other streets or parts thereof for the purpose of reaching the objective points of the extensions referred to in Schedule "A." 18. Any Board of Arbitration appointed under Clause 4 of the fiaid Agreement dated June 28th. 1893. Rhull consist of three arbitrators, nnd the constitution and procedure of such Board of Arbitrators shall be governed by The Arb.tration Act (Ontario) as it now stands. 17. This Agreement and all the terms and conditions, of tho said Agreement of June 2Sth, 1893, not In-"onslstent herewith, or altered hereby, shall be binding upon the City ind upon the Company, Its successors and assigns, and upon any Company which may be now or shall hereafter operate tho transportation system or any part or parts of the said system, authorized by either of the said Agreements. Jn witness whereof the parties hereto have hereunto affixed their Seals attested to by their respective proper officers In that behalf. THE CORPORATION OK THE CITY OF OTTAWA, I ....J..I Mayor. THE OTTAWA ELKCTRIC RAILWAY COM I AN Y. President. aecietury-Treasui cr. SfHEDVLK "A. To be attached to and form titirt of Agreement entered Into between the Corporation uf the tity of Ottawa and tlie Ottawa Ulectrle Unil-wur on TRACK EXTKNSIONS. No. 1. iUouble track on LaurUr Ave. from Nicholas St. to Elgin tit. Kinjjfie track curve connecting wt bound track on Queen .St. with north bound track on Elgin St. No. 2. A double track line by way of Pretoria Ave. Bridge and Hawthorne Ave. to Main St. in Ottawa East and along Main St. to Clegs St.. with a single track looi on Cork, Clenora and Herrldge iSts.; tmcli line to connect either with the bank t. line by a single track by way of Pretoria Ave. or with the present terminus of the Elgin St. line. No. 8. A double track line on Bron-Bon avenue from Gladstone Ave. south to Fincllay avenue, and a single track loop on Findlay, Muriut and Center Sts. No. 4. Single track on Cobourg: St.. from the cur barn north to connect with existing: loop at the corner of Cobours and Murray streets. No. 5. Double tracks on Quen street from Bank to Lyon St. and tn Lyon St. from QUeuu to Gladstone Ave. No. 6. Double tracks on Itideau St. from Charlotte St. to Cuinmina liridge and on the Montreal road from Cummtngs Bridge to a point near its junction with Church street. No. 7. Double trucks oa Beeehwood Ave. from Orichtuu St. to Springfield road with a singie track loop on Beeehwood Ave., Butternut Ter-ruce, Maple Lane and. Springfield road. No. 8. A single track -line on Buskin Ave. from Holland Ave. pant the new civic hospital to Eairmont Ave. and on Fairmont Ave. to Wellington St. A single track on Fairmont Ave. from its junction with HuaUin across Carting Ave. to join the existing Experimental Farm line. No. 9. Double tracks on Wellington street from Preston St. to the junction of Wellington nnd Somerset Sts. at Garland's corner. No. JO. Double tracks on Nicholas street from I.auritr Ave. to a point near the south corner of Varsity Oval and east on Templeton street to Marlborough Ave. terminating in a small single track loop. No. 11. Double tracks on Main street, Ottawa East, trom Clegg to u point near the Kideau river , thon bearing slightly west terminating in a small single track loop. No. 12. Double tracks on Bank street from Grove St. south and across Billings Bridge on to the Bunk street road to a point where ft is proposed that a pastsenger railway station may be built sometime In the future. TIME OF CONSTRUCTION'. The abovo extensions to be constructed by The Ottawa Electric Kailway Company as follows: No. 1. Within a year after agreement la signed, providing that the sidewalk on Laurier avenue is bet back by the City to allow double tiT.cfl construction. No. 2. Within a year after written noiire from the City is received hy the Company declaring which of '.he alternative routes mentioned in item No. 2 of track extvnsionH. the City desires ;o have used, until such extension is completed the Company will provide a bus service along tiic proposed route with fare and ir.tn.s-fer privileges as on tho other parts of the Company's uystem within the City limit? No. 3. V.Tithin a year after agreement is s&rned. providing the City extends Muriel street south from Center to Ftndlny Ave. rending the removal of the cross town steam railway tracks ut B ronton Ave., this lino to be connected by PnwH Ave., with the existing tracks on Bell Si. No. 4. Within a year after agreement 13 signed. No. 5. Within two years aftr agreement is signed. No. 6. Within iwo years after agreement Is signed. provided the Company has been given proper and acceptable authority to construct that part of the said extension which lies outside the City of Ottawa. No. 7. Within two years nfter agreement is signed, contingent upon permission being obtained from the proper authorities for thn t part of the extension which lies outside the City of Ottawa. No, 8. Within three years after Agreement Is signed, providing the City extends Ruskin Ave. east from Holland Ave. to Fairmont Ave. No. 9. Within three years after agreement Is signed, providing the Wellington St. viaduct is reconstructed. No, 10. Within four years after agreement is signed, providing the City extends Templeton street west to Nicholas through the south corner of the Varsity Oval. No. 11. To bo .submitted t" flT'tr??-, tion before a Board of three arbitrators, to be appointed as provided, and exercising the powers conferred by the Arbitration Act (Ontario), to determine whet her this extension is necessary or not, nnd also contingent on the City constructing a street through the liideau Market Gardens. No 12. To be submitted to a Board of three arbitrators to be appointed as provided, and exercising the powers conferred by the Arbitration Act (Ontario) to determine the necessity for this extension, and also contingent upon permission being obtained from the proper authorities for that part of the extension which lies outside the City of Ottawa. Schedule "It" to an Agreement made Itetwjpen (be Corporation of the Mir of Ottawa and the Ottawa Fleefrle Hallway Company and dated the day of 1P2 OTTAWA ELTCCTR1C RAILWAY COMPANY. Proposed Track and Service listens-loon. At the close of the year of 1(19.1 the Ottawa Electric Railway system ''"""i-tra 0f suiiihtlv more than 26 miles; this mileage may therefore be considered ss tiie length of the original electric railway. From 1894 to 1D13 inclusive, a period of twenty yearn, the net additions and extensions to the system amounted to a little more than 3t miles averaging one and one-half miles per year. Owing to the World War and since that time to the Imminent expiration of the franchise, t he total extensions since l'Ji3 have amounted to only one mile. Hud normal conditions existed and extensions progressed at the rate of one and one-haif miles per year, the system fn litZ'i would have amounted to 70 miles Instead of approximately 58 miles us of today. In other word the system is !2 m!! behind Us pant program of growth. While the growth of the system has been retarded the population of the city has continued to increase resulting In an inciease in revenue passengers per yar per mile of track frnni 423.300 In 1915 tn 656,700 in 121. The effect of this Increase is an unusual congestion of cars In the center of the city, especially on Sparks nnd Bnnk streets, during the rush hours. This congestion so delays the service on all lines as to materially ai-fect the travel of nearly all patrons of the system. Steps should be taken so that the aystrm may gradually ditch up on its normal program of growth, build' ing additions and extensions, over say a five yenr period, at a rate which will bring the system mil-Mi; to approximately what it would have been under normal and uninterrupted growth. A study has been made of the city nnd its suburbs to determine the needs or extensions. This study indicates that there should ha built, during the nxt five yc;ire. approximately in miles of ti f w lines and that about one mile of (Tie present system should be abandoned and removed, making a net addition of 17 miles. The uyatem total would thus I become, say in 1927, about 75 miles or approximately '4 miles less than it would be If the average growth shown for 20 years prior to 1914 had continued to and including vm In order to keep from over-bur-denlnff the electric railway company in the matter of these extensions, they have been divided into flv groups; one group to be built each year. The problem of determining which extension shall be built first is more or less simplified if the needs of the greatest number ft patrons Is given greatest weight. Extension DnrliiK First Year. The first extension to be built should be a double track on Launer avenue from Nicholas street to Elgin Bt., and the connection of the west bound track on Queen street with the north bound track on Eig"m street. This construction will permit more nearly equal division of east and west traffic between Sparks and Queen streets and thus very materially reduce congestion In th center of the town. In order to build a double track on Laurier avenue aa mentioned, it will be neceasaiy for the city It consider Laurfer avenue between Kigln street und the approaeh. of the bridge over the canal, making the stret-t the samft width from curb to curb, as at present on the bridge. This can best be done on the north side of the avenue, thus keeping the curbs in line with those on the bridge. This work will not necessitate the purchase of any property. Under conditions existing In 1923, It is possible to operate cars on Queen street, between Bank and ftlgin streets, east bound only, bo that Queen street carries only about of the normal service and i3J, of the rush-hour service while Spar Us street must handle all west-bound cars and is therefore very badly congested. The construction of the Laurier avenue extension and connection of west hound track on Queen street will permit Queen street to carry 44 of both normal and rush-hour service, effecting a very material relief to Sparks street. The second extension should be double track on Klgin street from Argyle avenue south, then east over the canal to Main street and south to CJt gg street with a single trucn loop riu Cleg? street, Glenora avenue and Herridsu street. This extension will cure for some 3.000 people living in what is known us Ottawa East The third should be double track on Bronson avenue from Gladstone avenue south to Kindlay street and a single track loop on Findlay, Muriel and Center streets. To build this loo it will be necessary for the city to open Muriel street through from Center street to Ftndlny street. It is recommended that the present grade cronclng on Bronson avenue with the railroad tra-U8 be used until such time as the city decides to build a viaduct. The present tracks on Gladstone and Bell streets from Bronson Ave. to the end of the line at Poweil avenue should be removed. The wooilen bridge over tbe railroad tracks will soon need rebuilding for as it exists today, it is inadequate for the purpose and of an expensive type of bridge to maintain. The present patrons of the Bell street line may be well served by the Bronson avenue line nnd especially so if the city cuts through b lora stret from Bronson avenue to Bel I street und Dolly Varden from Bell to Bronson avenue. The opening of these streets is (uita necessary for the proper expansion of the city, regardless of street cor service. To complete the construction for the first year of the proposed program, a single track should be built on Cobourg street from tho cur house north to connect with the present track on Cobourg street nt Murray street. This short connection will materially increase the flexibility of the operation of the north -eastern portion of the system. The construction recommended for tho first yenr is about 4.5 miles or a net addition of about 4 miles of track at an estimated cost of $174,330. The company has been operating 113 cars in the evening rush period during the summer months of li22. To continue operating the same number of ears during the winter of 1922-iy23, will allow only eight 'srs as reserve equipment a condition which will practically demnnd a curtailment of the present service, in ord'T to give proper service at the peak of travel, both now and after the construction proposed for the f irt year, the company needs 15 additional cars, which will cost ap-proximntely $270,000. The company Is already handicapped by luck of enr house space and jfacilittes. To properly care for the cars lo be purchased under this program of extensions it will be necessary to build either a new house or a large addition to one of the present car houses, costing about fi00,-ooo. The total cost of new trnck, cars and car house will be $544,380, Belief of congestion in the cen trul district by the construction of Inurier avenue extension will entail a slight re-routing of oars. The same will be true, to a minor degree, In each of the following years of this program; more particularly with regard to extension of suburban lines. The inevitable confusion due to rerouting in a small tty where patrons are accustomed to a program of service unchanged for many years, may be materially lessened by use of illuminated signs on the front find sides of alt cars. New cars should be purchased equipped with these sinrns and steps taken to equip all old cars, particularly those to be used on lines which are being; In uny way changed as to route Kx tension nurlni? :eonri Year. At the present time Bank street, between Albert and Queen streets, has the greatest amount of street c;ir traffic of any street In the city. The proposed program alms to relieve ihls in the second year of construction, by building Gouble track on Queen street between Bank and I-yon streets and on .Lyon street from Queen street to Gladstone avenue. fnd operiitlnpr all Bronson avenue Klgin street cars on these r.fw tracks. Special work should te; installed on this extension at the intersection of Lyon ond Somerset streets, so that some of the rush-hour service from Somerset street may be divprted north on Lyon street, thus making further relief to Bank street during the rush hour period. This extension, and that on Laur-ter avenue, will effect a marked improvement In the service through the central district of the city. The sections known as LIndenlea SUBURBAN HEIGHTS SAVS HC WONT Bt IN FOR (JUlTC A LITTLE TIME - GOING TO MAKC A TH6&0U6H J03 OF IT AND SHOVEL TKC BACK WALK. AND ALL TEELS THERE'S NO NEED TO CLEAR. TR.0NT WALK. WAY TO THE SIDES CAREFULLY MARKS OUT PATH TO BE SHOVELED ABOUT TWO FEET WIDE LOOKS DOWiJ STREET TO SEE HOW MAIiV MOUSES HAVE THElR-PfTH5 SI0VE.lD WONDERS WHY HC T)iCNT WAIT A LITTLE. AROtiT &E&INNIN& so and Kastvlew should be the next to receive car service. Intensions into these districts will also serve both Beeehwood and Notre Dame Cemeteries and, while travel to cemeteries is more or less confined to Sundays and Holidays and that during summer months and would show little or no profit, it must be considered as a service which In some di;reo Is clue certain of those patrons who use other lines six days of the week. ll is not intended that these two extensions should be built to the gates of the cemeteries, but by nerving the population in these districts the llnea will pass to within very short walking distances of the cemeteries. The line into Kastvlew Is of course outside the city limits and outaide the franchise power of the City of Ottawa, but Eastview is practically a suburb of Ottawa and has a population of nearly 6.0i0. It la believed that a double track extension from the corner of Charlotte and Rl-doau Straets over Cummings Bridge and east on Montreal Road to a point near the junction of Main Street and Montreal Boad, will be n profitable investment for tho railway company, In fact it seems so evident that the company will desire to build this extension, that it has been included for the purpose of this study, in the second year of construction. The line to LIndenlea Is recommended as double trpek from the Junction of Beeehwood Avenue and Criehton Street northeast on Beeehwood Avenue to Springfield Road From this point, owing to the narrowness of tha streets, it Is recommended that single track be built on Beeehwood Avenue. Butternut t 'PAT-nA Mo,,!. r na .-.! CPln.,f Road, back to join the double track on Beeehwood Avenue. With this construction a very satisfactory service may be rendered by operating in one direction arnund this Linden-lea loop; the direction to be that Indicated by the order In Which th streets are named above, in other words. North on Butternut Terrace and South on Sprlnirfield Road. The i obstruction just outlined for the second year amount? to approximately S miles p.nd would cost about $217,710. In addition to the trnck construction there will be needed about ten additional passenger ears one large double truck snow sweeper and a snow plow. This rolling stock will cost aboiu $132,000. The increase In service car miles operated will also demand additional substation equipment, costing approximately $20,000. The total capital expenditures for this second year will be $263,710. Intension During tne Third Tear. The first two years of this con-it ruction program will relieve ihe congestion in the center of the city and place extensions into three districts having no service at the present tine; districts already well populated yet having room for large growth, will be greatly enhanced by the new llnea, A large municipal hop(1a1 m now under construction just north of Carl ing Avenue and about 1C0O feet west of Fairmont Avenue. Undoubtedly the City of Ottawa will build a continuation of Rusk in Street from Holland Avenua to Kairmont Avenue as this new street would be, about the same distance from the hospital ns Is Carting Avenue. This continuation of Kupktit street will ant only give another easy means of reaching the new hospital but will open new and desirable territory for the construction of new dwellings. Fairmont Avenue between Wellington Street and Bethany Uad i now well built up but aouth of Bethany Hood there are comparatively few houses, however, many new ones are under construction and the section 13 rapidly bu'lding t. It is recommended, as part of the Third Year construction, to double tiaek line from Wellington Ktreet south on Fairmont Avenue to and Mcross Carljng Avenue Into the property of the Experimental Farm: then west on the property of the Farm and connect with the present line whore It turns south toward the Farm builditms. The extension of Rnskin Street should be double tracked from Holland Avenue to Fairmont Avenue, with proper sprciiti work at the junction with Fairmont Avenue to permit cars from tho Experimental Farm to "wye" at tli is point. At present Fairmont Avenue passes under the tracks of th Grand Trunk Railway; thU railway being carried over the avenue on a timber trestle. To make this subway usable for the street cars In fact properly serviceable for vehicular traffic the Grand Trunk Railway tracks should be carried across the avenue on a steel beam bridge. The present track on Holland Avenue from Ruskln Street, south and ncroys Carliag Avenue and east on the Experimental Farm property to the point where the line turns south, thou Id be removed. There Is still much doubt as to the possibility of removal or elevation of the railroad trneka croslsng Wellington street between Champagne and P.ree?e Hill Avenues, but it is thought possible that this .question may be decided before the commencement of the third year of construction on this program. Assuming this question to have been decided, it is recommended that double trak bo built on Wellington Street from Preston Street to Somerset Street. Service on the extensions to be built during the third year will necessiate the purchase of seven new double truck passenger cars and one double truck snow sweeper. The cost o these cars and the track construction a little less thnn four miles of track nnd a net. addition of 8 3 miles would be approximately $300,160. Ixtenfttons Durlntc the Fonrtk Yenr The district south of that commonly known as "Sandy Hill" is the next requiring additional service. A study of thrs section plainly Indicates that there will he little growth south of Templeton Street under present car service. Also there is ample room for development north of Templeton Street. It is believed there will be some material growth before the f ourt h year of construct ion Is commenced end that t,here will be a demand for increased service to this section: also that such service would be profitable and would hasten the development of the section. Therefore, it Is recommended, during the fourth year of construction, that a double track line be built south on Nicholas Street from Laurier Avenue to a point near the south corner of i what i.i known as the "Varsity Oval." This extreme southern corner t tho iiay ground is not used n n-' ui hi ot pmchnsea tor the com in AFTtR. TEN MINUTE INTENSIVE HORJC GETS THE FRONT PORCH CLCAR OF SNOW LESLIE CRUM DTJOPS OVER TO SEE HOW HE'S GETTING ON POSSIBILITY Of &E1TIN6 UP A LITTLE GAME TONIGHT IS DISCUSSED AT LENGTH GUE&SES HE'LL fRCP OVER. AFTER TM.KIN& OP ONE THING AND FOR. JUST ft SECOND AND ANOTHER, A&REE THAT rT5 PROBABLE SEE HOW LESLIE CRUM IS 60IN6 TO SNOW TONIGHT AND THAT TT fcETTINC ON - WOULD Templeton Street, t a alight angle 4 to its present line, from King Kdw.rd 1 Avenue to Nicholas Street. ..Double I track construction should be continued from Nicholas Street upon Templeton Street thence continued to Marl borough Avenue at whicn point cars should be turned on small loop. Attention should be called to the grades In the Sandy Hill section. It was only after careful study that the route just outlined was determined upon as containing not only the easiest grades but also the only onc.a aafc for operation and still provide ft route which would properly serve this district. It Is a well known fact that street railway lines induce the building up of districts which they serve. Bearing this in mind It Is believed that during the fourth year of this program it will be found expedient lo extend the line in Ottawa Fast. While a half mile south on Main Street might reach the limit of the new settlement at this future date it is recommended that during th construction perir.d n double track extension be built south on Main Stre-ct from Ckgg Street to a point near the Rideau River, then bearing slightly west continue until it reaches the edge of the present settlement and there building a small single track loop. The 2.7S miles of extensions recommended and ten new cars would make the fourth yea construction cost approximately $209,440. Extension Dnrtng Fifth Year. There is now, and has been for aome time past, more or less agitation for removal and relocation of rail rand tracks In and about the city of Ottawa. Among these plana is one for a Une which would have a passenger stottrn. known as Ottawa South. fn the South sid of the Rideau Rivfr near .the Bank Street Bridge. Such a station would certainly demand street car service t-o hA center of the town. Whether this change v. Ill be made bv the beginning of the fifth year of this program is considered Immaterial for it is believed that the increase In population and business along .the southern end of Bank Street and Immediately eeross the river, will warrant a double track extension on . Bank Street from Grove Street, eouih nnd across the bridge over the Rideau River. This extension of about one mile and five new cars would co6t al'it $M.OO0. The total cost of new construction, new cars, equipment; and car house on this five yenrs program Is estimated at $1,517,690. Track extensions are shown for each year of this program upon a map which also shows the distribution of population of the city of Ot tawa and municipality of Eastview. Dennlty of Car Trnffle. Car flow diagrams have been prepared showing graphically the cara per hour in each direction on all streets in the central district of the city during present normal service and present rush hour service. There are also car flow diagrams showing both normal and rush-hour service after completion of the proposed program of construction. A comparison of these diagrams wPI clearly show that, even with a 17 increase In service through the central district after completion of the proposed con- . struction. there Is much less con-gestion than under the present method of operation. Op'eratln? Fpennc nnd Tnxen. The estimates of operating" expenses for each year of this proposed program of construction were based upon the actual experience of the company the greatest consideration being given to the total .operating expenses and expenses per car mile for the year of 1921. However the employes of the company accepted reduction of 12 per cent, iu wage rates effective July 3. 1322, which reduction will decrease the operat-frttr expenses per car mile since that dote. Fluctuations In labor rates ana costs of materials during the next five years will probably be slight, so 4 the costs per mllR for 1921, adjusted by the reduction in labor rates, have been used to estimate the oneratlnff expenses for each year of this pro-grnm. Taxes have been estimated upon the- 1022 basis of taxation mileage basis for track, valval ion for real and personal property and net tn- ; come for income tax. Opera tins: Beretine. The past history of the enrnpnny shows a steady increase in the riding? habit of the patrons of the company, until In 1921 it reached the point of 836 rides per capita per annum. Past history would of -course indicate a further steady Increase but It la believed that the peak has been reached. Based upon the assumption of 330 rides per capita per annum and the Indicated normal growth of thercity. the passenger revenue has been e?tl- allowing for the continuance of tiA "Limited" and "Sunday" reduced rate ticket. The IncrenBe In population and distribution of density of population is well lndbated by the four mapH showing graphically tha density of population for the years 1890, 1300, 1210 and 1320. About ten per cent of the revenue pasRengers used "Limited" or "Sunday" tickets, the abolition of which, tickets would effect ar Increase in revenue varying from $70,000 In the l'irst year to $80,000 in the fifth year. :- NOTICR. i . ,. TAKK NOT1CK that the foregoing Is a true copy of. a proposed By-law of the Corporation of the City of Ot- ' tawa to be submitted to the votes of the electors at the same time and at the same places as tf.e annual election for the Municipal Council, and the Deputy Returning Officers appointed to hold the said election shall take the vote. AND that the 4th day of January, 1924. at ten o'clock In the forenoon ' at the City Hall in the said Citv has ' been fixed for the appointment of per- i sons to attend at the polling places, and at the final summing up of the f votes by the Clerk. AND that If the assent of the elect- ' ors Is obtained to the said proposed TlV.lflW it Wilt ha fatAn Intn nn 1 sfderatfon at a meeting thereof, to ' no nia arier ine expiration ot one month from the date of the first publication of this Notice, and that. such first publication was madjr n me utii uny or December, A. D. NORMAN H. H. LETT. City Clerk. t -n--- j 1 1 i . viLit-ii tvniii nuverusiiig is a. puu- lie service, easv and nrofltable tr use.-- Advt.) By Gluyas Williams apr Syndicate T5IPNT REALIt BACK WALK WA SO LONG. DECIDES AFTER. 5ER0US CONTEMPLATION TO LET IT 60 TILL THE LAST AFTER. TWO MINUTES SHOVELING CRITICALLY EXAMINES SHOVEL DECIDES ITS GETTING WEAK AND WONT STAND MUCH STRAIN - JUST BE WASTE OF TIME TO ShovEX ANY MOR.C

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