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Bridge and Sewer Bonds of the City of Salem Brought Bids as High asMOlM; ' Butiai:; io'-Be-Expecifd
r60 Qregon- ty
FORECAST: Fair- ana normal temperature;:
rising humidity in. west portion with fog
near, coast;, moderate westerly winds: "Max
'imuiu, temperature; yesterday 75. minimum
53V river -r.4rafn noneV atmoephere cloudy;
wind northwest. - " ' -
j' An English statistician .declares the averas?
man who lives to be 7Tsleeps 23 years. Many
of them are asleep a much longer period, but
don't know it. -LAulsville Courier Journal.
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SALEMi OREGON TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1927
PRICE FIVE CENTS s
f- f l " A. A. A 1
t - J; t fci - "V d"l t-'i .
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ReVi Joseph Knotts SchedH
uled For Appointment to
' Local M. E. Church : i
MEETING STARTS TODAY
200.Mlolsters to be In Attendance
From All Parta off State; ,
r Equal-Number of lay-
men Arrlfe Friday . '
Oonfenwc FroKram Today
;9;00 A. M: Conference Exam
.4:00, P. , M. "Meeting, o the
Board of Examiners. ReY
M. A. Marcy, chairman, pre
5:00 P. M. Meeting of Con
6:00 P. M. Conference Beard
of Stewards Dinner in Y.
C. A. ' , t
7:30t P. jM. Reeeptionv to Bls
. hop; and Mrs. Shepard. Key.
D. H. Leefthi D. p.. Superin
tendent ,of Salem t District,
presiding. .Words of'Greet
ingGOTernor I 1. Patter
son. Words - of Welcome.
Di. B.,3Lfc-SteeVes. Response,
Bishop W. Q. Shepard,
. Rev ' Joseph . Knit ts, for fire
years pastor of the First Metho
dist church of Rosebuxt,. Is slated
&dt annointment to teslis church
ere,- according: to. .local church
officials. The charge. waa. recent
ly left I Tacant'by theeath of. 'J.
Wlllard DeYoe. . .
Rer. Ira Aldrich of Bend, is, al-
S3niVntI6"tfed" for be "post, "and
the choice by Bishop Shephar!
probably J will " rest : between these
two men.. Both have expressed a
desire to comev to Salem, and can
get releases, from their present
An effort is being made by Ja
son Lee Memorial church mem
bers to induce Rev. Thomas Ache
son to-remain at the Joca I charge.
(Goetlaaed oa ptK 4)
A1MEK SI'PHERSOX'S MOTHER
IX LOCAL TABERNACLE1
Large Crowd Gathers a Evangel
Istlc Tenipl. 13th and
; Ferry Streets i
lt was a. simple faith, unham-
pered by logical analysis and 'iin-
encumbered' with, theological dog
ma, that was dispensed by'Ma"
Kennedy, late or the . Angelus
f Temple ln,'Los " Angeles, at the
Evangelistic Temple at 13th and
' Ferry streets here If last night. 4
I There was once a Savior Who came
to bring relief,-, to' ft feln-Btrickeii
. world; He is coming again and
: BWU. OUlll WVS I.U4S KOfc V
. story, punctuated frequently;WHh
the exclamation ' "Praise,, the
Lord!" uttered. by herself, and
more x frequently hy cries - of
"Amen!" from a highly sympa-
the tic audience. t ' .-"
b The house was packed. -with a
few standing inthe rear ,-,ri.
Tf t hfira la anv ItnnKIa' Art af intr
between herself and her daughter
at the present time "Ma said, lit
. ( tie or nothing to Indicate it last
- uigiit. i m fnoi toe preacner in
our family," was"" all' she said
! about It at thafopening of her prt
of last night'" program, and she
said it by way of. inodesty; for
herself as a speaker, rather than
h as a personal gibe at her daugh-A-4er
and, erstwhile -assoclatn
r ijX "This is a big crowd foi rn. to
fce,J' she said modestly. :"Aa a
1 f matter pt fact I'm, trembling from
She wag. dressed In.- a. plain
, white dress covered with, a plain
. white cape that reached nearly to
her ankles. A pleasant face smil
, ing at the crowd from beneath the
, auburn hair that tops her, head
1 gave every evidence of .confiriw
nd faith "in her own simple sto
ry., tterore beglnnins. her speech
she led the siriKlnti . i
The shepherds on th tiii
. first saw the angels appear tn
t weraia tne coming of the Christ
child- became the first evsnfreiic.
; she said,, and. it seemed manifest
IIIDDII, BISHOP , APPOINTED
' .-LFXJIOX CHAIRMAN
Col. iAbratiM to 0ga lz Parade ;
War Trophies On' Display
I Here Xow
t Capita! Post Number 9 of the
American Legion diseussed. plana
for; the Armistice day celebration
at the regular meeting last itfghti
Every indication points to the big
seat and best celebration ever put
on by the local organization.
Commander Lyle Dunsmoor ap
pointed "Biddy" Bishop, as gen
eral chairman. Bishop has serv
ed as chairman for the past "'two
years and in a brief talk he, out
lined, the preliminary plans for
this. year. Col. Carle- Abrams was
named as chairman of the parade
committee.. Other committee ap
pointents will be made later.
, A special committee' reported
that several large casew had been
placed in the rouunda of the Cap
itol building in which trophies of
the. Great War are to be placed.
The membership driye in Capitol
Pois t for 1 9 2 5 rias s tar lod and 76
have"paid 'their dues. The drlve
will be pushed to completion at
an early d.ate.
A short talk was given by State
Vice-Commander Irl j S. McSherry
and by. National Committeeman
Victor MacKenzie, McSherry
touched briefly upon the commun
ity service' which i Is the problem
of. each ladiridual. post and com
plimented the. Salem organization
UDOn their excellent wnrlr.
; MacKenzie gave a brief resume
pi tae activities , or the Capital
Post drunk ..corps,".. .the . Armistice
day celebration and the gathering
of. trophies to be placed, in the
cases in the Capitol building. ,
MILLS FUNERAL TODAY
Prominent; JLocal Alan J)ie SudV
' , denly While at Picnic '
Funeral serrlces' will fce held
this afternoon &t ?:30 o'clock for
the late J. A. Mills, prominent Sa
lem citizen who died smddenJy
Sunday afternoon, while atnending
a pienre hear Falts City. . Services
will be held at Webb's chaneL
with the local branch of the I..Q.
O. F. in charge; Revv Ayisn Will
preach the funeral sermon.
Mr. Mills had been identified
with business , interests In Salem
since 1904, moving here from in
dependence. At the time of his
death, and for. several years, he
was engaged In the real estate
business. He leaves a wid nw onf
WO SOUS. Waldo O. Mills f SaUrn
and Harry Q. Mills of Los An
geletu GOVERNMENT WINS VOTE
All Opposition Led 71 to fl8; Re
turns Nearly Complete
DUBLIN, Irish Free State. Sent-
19 (AP) With onlv 13 Pt in
the Dail Eireann not yet filled the
government has a lead of three
seats .over, the combined opposi
tion. "'The figures. are govrnment
71; opposition 68.
Returns are awaited from Done
gal and Cork and from these the
government hopes to increase its
lead and on final results, it is be
lieved the government will be safe.
Whether with such a narrow ma
jority President Cosgrave will con
sent to carry on is not known but
be will-he sublected to ntrone nrra-
sure from business and commercial
interests to retain the helm.,
V0RkavS SERIES OCT. 4
Landls Calls., Representatives of
, pTeams Togrther.hTMtoS'
.'CHICAGO., Sept. 19- (AP)
Keneawt Mountain Landis, base
ball commifesJonerv tonight sent
word to 'of ficials. of;the;Kew York
Yankees. American league. pen
nant winners, and to the four con
tenders far the; .National, .league
flag- tQ-.meet wlthhin. here- next
Friday jmprnlsg to arrange-for the
Commissioner Landis intimated
' . . . .
that the series wouia open proo-
ably pit Tuesday, pcf. 4.
FIRST' BUS CHRISTENED
New Southern Pacific Stage Ser.
I vice Gets Started Today; ' I
Dnwn.AK'Ti. SeoL 19.-r(AE).
--The first of the 112,000 parlor
car buses which will leave at 7:30
a.tm. tomorrow for Corvallis. aa
part of the Southern-racmc com
mnt-nav bus service to WlHam
ette valleyolnts was christened
today by Mi Helen Hawkins af a
ceremonv at the city hail at wnicn
Mayor Baker, members of jthe city
couficil and prominent Dusiness
.ma.ci tta ,ity j-articijated.
CITY S SCHOOLS
4067 ' Enter First Day, 195
More; Than on Opening
, Day. One Year Ago;
4600 WILL BE REACHED
Grade Instruction to Start Today,
, With All Clat38 nt High School
Swinging into Action
A total of 4067 were registered
in the public schools of Salem yes
terday, the opening day. Regis
tration will be continued todav.
and before the end of the week,
the, total is expected to reach
about .4600 an increase of 40fl or
more over last year.
The enrollment yesterday ex
ceeded that of the opening day
last.year by, 195 pupils, the great
est Increase being shown in the
grade schools. The high., school
showed a decrease of 2 8 students,
but yesterday's figures are not a
reliable index of the , future en
rollment, ,, as several have yet to
call for their cards, , r . :- '
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Some Change Courses
Since- most of -the" high- school
students outlined' their courses
ment .yesterday did; not 'require
much time. A"1 number in' the, af
ternoon, sought, to change their
courses, however, and a long line
was .formed, waiting.. in' turn for
Instruction in the high school
. i " n ii i , .
Officials Make. Trip to Lincoln
County For Dedication -
Roy Klein, state highway engi
neer, and a number of other state
officials, ' spent Saturday in j Lin-?
coin county where itbey attended
the ceremonies' attending the ded
ication of the new Ben Jones
bridge. It was said that the bridge
is one of the finest structures of
its kind in Oregon.
Ben Jones, for whom the bridge
was named, was a member of the
Oregon legislature for many
years, and .was the original boos
ter for the construction of the
ABANDON WORLD FLIGHT ON CHILDREN'SPLEA
When pleas. of government
Schlee and William S. Brock, routl-thO-WOrtd'flyeMrfrom makbi; the dangerous l.e? ;frcta Jaa to
the imitPd Siatps hv war of the Midway Islands,"tn:theifp:aae, "Pride of Dstroit," a caLleeraa from
Schlea's "two children, 'Baby Edward Schlee, JrCandRose Marie; r?:1taj with their father to consider
them before attempting the hor-offf
route; time and total mileage ti.tta flyer f,ron liarccr, Grac to i-
Move On, OXhurch of God
Move on, O Church of GoJ, move on, i
Thou living stream of grace!
Not all the movements of the earth -; '
Can fill thy regal place. ' .
Like sheep the people' run astray
v Without thy. guiding. rod:' ;
To pause would be a tragedy,
. Move on, Church of God'
March on O Church of God, march on I
Blind pleasure, pelf and greed
Are adding to ah age of jazz . if
Insanity of speed.
The .rahble rushes to their doom
Across .the blood-stained. sod;
No other arm is stretched to save,
March on, O Church of God !
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Advance, O Church of God, advance!
Young life is on the march,
Yea they have taken to their wings
And. cleave, the ambient arch.
Likeimoths they fly to fall and die
Without a flower or clod.
Blind bravery will noti suffice.
Advance, O Church of God! ,
Speed up, O Church of God, speed up !
,'" With battle-flags unfurled, .
Let watch-fires blaze on every hill
Around the. ransomed world!
In tents of ease the soul will freeze
Till funeral plumes shall nod. '
The Captain of the -Host commands :
Speed up,. O Church of God !
Wiluam Steward Gordon, D. D.
. Dallas, Oregon.
MAIN AIR DERBY 1
GETS OFF TODAY
f .i r,: i ; . '. , '.
PIjAXR. RACKS START FROM
XEW VORK AND FRlSSCO
Fifteen Ready to Start from East;
, Eight Leave California
ROOSEVLET FIELD. N. Y.
Sept. 19.-AP) Fifteen pilots
had their planes ready, tonight to
hop off tomorrow morning- on the
second of the transcontinental air
l&c-heid.-u-axtof -the National
Air Meet- at Spokane. ' ..",
The race, scheduled tostart at
5:30. a. m., Eastern Standard
Time, tomorrow, is for cenimercial
planes capable ef carrying a pilot
siid two passengers.; Winners are
to be awarded a first prize of $10,r
000, second 15,000, third 2,000,
fpurth.11,000 and fifth,, 5O0 The
comeptitora will fly, approximately
2.275 miles to V Felts s field, Spo
kne, making an overnight stop at
St. .Paul, Minn., and: five minute
compulsory, stops at Cleveland,
Chicago, Aberdeen, S. D., Miles
City, Mont. They are due to ar
rive at Spokane on Wednesday.
The fifteen entrants are; II.
(Coaiioaed ti pt )
1 j i-- - sk
1 1 r -
$ . -r, i
officials, both In "Wsunlnsrton and Japan,
persuaded- the two men ta at
OF CAMPUS LIFE
IN TALKS AT CHAPEL ' '
Student Officers and Faculty
, Members Address ; Regis
The why and the wherefore of
student- organizations was . told to
180 aspiring freshmenyesterday
afternoon by student body lead
ers, headed bjr Charles Redding,
student pre4Mant. - --'
Those who addressed the first
year men were William Walsh.
Paul Trueblood. Mildred Mills,
Ivan White, Kenneth LaVIoette,
James Rettie. Graduate . Manager
Sparks, and Professor Florian
Von Eschen also talked, briefly.
i Earlier- inn the day a library
demonstration was conducted; by
Dr. Fi G Franklin, and Professor
James X. Matthews told the new
students "how to study." .
, Last night; following a tour of
the. campus, the freshmen, were
guests of the faculty at a recep
tion in Eaton hall.
Registration .' of . freshmen will
take place today, after confer-
(Coo tinned oa pas 6.)
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failed. t6. deter- riwrrd F:
'neon ; the night. Map shows t
it r '
Reduction of r Income - For
Road Building Purposes .
; Held Disastrous
C. OF C. HEARS SPEECH-
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Governor of State Outlines De
ep velopment of Present Program '
and Surveys Situation as
It Now Stands '
Pointing out the disastrous ef
fect a reduction of the automobile
If cense fee by the proposed f 3 li
cense bill would " have upon Ore
gon's ambitious highway program,
Governor! Patterson read a paper
ULUL. ..l-1'..M -U-Ull.J L
at" the ' Chamber; of: Commerce
luncheon "yesterday, in? which ? he
summarized uhe' situation In the
state since the Inception of the
highway program i with:, regafd ,j,q
finances, and road construction.-.
' "In l91V'gaid the-Governor,
"we had irt this state a registra
tion of 33,917 motor vehicles. In
1926 the motor registration - in
cluded 234134 vehicles an in
crease of; seven, hundred per cent
in ten years. It is estimated that,
In 1927; 250,000 motor vehicles
will pay license fees in this state.
When Oregon launched her ambi
tious- highway program in 1917
there 'were no paved roads outside
of Multnomah county, which had a
few miles of paving. At the.pres
ent time we have in Oregon ap
proximately 45,000 miles of public
roadsi' The State Highway Con
mission has designated 4400 mites
of road as state highways. ' Nin
hundred miles of these statei'h
ways' have been paved, nlv'e hun
dred fifty are oiled macadam, fif
teen hundred miles have a crushed
rock or gravel surface, two hun
dred fifty miles are graded but not
(OoBtin4 a par S.) ' ,
PORTLAND HAS BIG FIRE
Junk Company Located at ' Foot
of 1 Went-Sheridan 'Wiped .Out '
A spectacular fir which broke
out late tonigbl' totally destroyed
two large., buildings-, occupied by
thQ AUska Junk .company at. the
foot of West, Sheridan street' The
structures were owned by, the'O
W, R.and Tfce fl re marshal
was unable. t estimate the dany-
asea.Ufco'agit-ir. waa unoff legally
Placed at, " $ J 0 0 ,0 0 0. to the. huild
tursTand contents,: the latter, con
sisting mostly of machinery pipe
and Junk of various, kinds.,' ;
. -the fireboat. .Williams. and ten
fire companies under, the. personal
direction; ,f Chief ; Holden.com.
batted the , flames Jfpt practlcaUy
an t hpur before 4'the"y were extin
guished ' ' ' s
4 HEARINGS A W U0 U N C E D
Public Service . Coninii -sion. Mxes
.-'1 Dates for Complaint
Hearing . of Uhe. itpplicatlon of
ihe Oregon Trunk Railway': com
pany, for, permission to construct
railways across certain streets
pand ' highways. has : been set - by
ine. public service commission for
September 21, at Pcrtland. .
The " commission " will go to
Klamath Falls September 2S
where, a, complaints of the Wood
Hirer Power com-cainr arainsf
Calif ornla-Oregon Power company
wui .he .heard. - ,Thf; Wood River
Power ' com tanv all.ta-o that
California-Oregon Power company
proposes to invade Its territory.
' The application of . the star
highway eommlssion for an order
eliminating a grad crcy-'-sr th
Sprtngfield will be heard at Tn
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SUCCEEDS BYRON. BRUNK AS
WARD 3 REPRESENTATIVE ; ,
Hollywood' District Asks PoHc
; Irotectlon; , Attorney's
. pay Raised . -
The city, council by a vote of 1
to 6 last night elected , George W.
Thompson, 226 North 6th street,
as a member of the council to suc
ceed Byrun Brunk from. Ward 5,
the Hollywood ' district. Thomp
son's lone opponent for the place
was David! O'Hara. candidate 'of
the Hollywood community club.
A petition bearing about; 20
names was submitted supporting
O'Hara,' while - 133 names were
attached' to the ; paper asking
Thompson's election. : ; , j
Thompson was a member of the
city council until , 1926 when he
retired:- He served' as chairman
of the plumbing committee, and
is said tOyhave done, a great deal
of constructive, work on several
other? committees. He ls a carpen
ter, by; trade.
Byrun, Brunk, the ! retiring
councilman, has - moved to Ta
coma. - His resignation . was pre
sented by Mayor Livesley. -
John. Williamson, a heavy prop
erty,, ownerj: in the. Holly wod 'dis
trict. . appeared before the- council
and. asked that a police .officer be
regularly assigned to patrol that
sectionl.. With the state fair ne
week, attracting; an undesirable
element to the ifcity audi the d Ira
lights, in., Hollywood making It
convenient for night -prowlers, he
declared that : police protection
Was- indispensable. - The matter
was referred to the police commit
tee." ' .
A-resolution increasing the sal
ary of City Attorney Williams J75
per month, retroactive from Janu
ary, 1, , 19 2 7,. waa passed, by the
council. The; resolution was In
troduced ,by Alderman Dancy. '
The present .salary of. 2150 per
month was. set several -years:, ago,
it was, pointed outand is not ad
equate. Out of that the attomey
PaI..fr.oiflCfi. reatjuid th tele
phone.' Since January 1, the. new
city improvement proposa lahave
brought?a great deal ' more ' work
to.th attorney, it was also said.
Another resolution introduced
by, Dancy which passed called for
the expenditure of 11200 through
the city recorder for .'compiling
binding; 'and radeking bid, ovdi
nances. .,.-,... t
Meney for the salary, increase
and the ordinance! compiling are
to come from the street , improve
ANOTHER BIG GOLD FIND
rrtl.d : Newspaper , Again Starts
Reports of Rich Strike
The Morning Oregon ia n's ; Bend
correspondent ' says that, with
scores of prospectors In the hillS
and hundreds of quarts claim no
tices scattered 'through thousands
of acres of " timber, central Ore
gon's greatest, mining, excitement
in over, a quarter of a century has
resulted in the nucleus of a new.
tchrn coming into existence in the
past few days at 'Windy Point,; on
the McKenzie Pass highway, weal
of Sisters. "
TbQ t ult jfledged 'gold rush has
centered, In the,r quarry at-,Wlndy
Prints from 'which the bureau of
publc roads. took hundreds of tons
of rock lb surfaceuhe pass hlgh
way"he correspondent says.' :
4 NAMED ON COMMISSION
Portland Men ndf OaerAVoiua
" 4 Appointed by Gorerno
' . Governor- Patterson- Monday
appointed W.' H. "Masters Eugene
X. Oppeahelmer. Mrs.'; J N.- Hel
gerson. Earl' C. Bronaugh and C.
C. Colt; all of Portland, members
of the soldiers land: sailors' com-,
' They will succeed Lotis Lang-;
ley',', Lester Humphrey, Grace
Phelps, S.'R. Winch and C: M,
Bristol;' who asked to be relieved
of their duties" on - the connlt
sion. x -
SHERIFF R023ED, $20
Funds Properiyx.of rriwtr in
County Jail;. CUecJks Left "
MARSHFIELD. ' Ore., Sept. 1 9
CAP) -Burglars broke into the
office of Sheriff Gage, In the Coos
county -courthouse last' night and
escaped, with." about $20 r':?h,
which Jbad been, left, ia a linked
cash drawer. . TheburgUrs left
the -hammer ' which, as cscd to
force open the drawer, and atc-t
$500 fa checks.' T- money I.
longpd to prlsnner 1a 11 nrt to
th temporary auto oMle license
Two; Lots oh i Court' Street
East . of Church to Be
RESIDENTS ALL FAV0H
Alderman ; Rosebraugh's Oppo'sN
tion Futile; Zoning Conimb- ,
1 .Inn RnniHM, Klanil' Mt !
leetlng'Earlier la Day ;
, Unswayed, by Alderman. W. W.
Rosebraugh's 1 impassioned re
marks against what be considere!
a" threatened encroachment oa
Salem's -beautiful civic center,
elty4 councilmen last, night voted
to Include two lots on, Court street
owned by! R. B. and; Breyman,
Boise- In. the general extension -of;
the business district-north. 'i
1 Attorney: Walter E, Keyes ajx
peared for the owners of the prop--erty,
and F. G. Delano, a taxpayer
In that block, voiced the penti
ment of, all people, living there as
In.favor of Including the two lots.
A. petition bearing several.' names
was presented. Nearly all coun
cilnien had been ' approached be
fore .the meeting and sounded ns
to, their" views.- Alderman Town-
send was the only other member
of . the , group tor. vote .with Rosa
First St ami ltet'ersetl
Alderman' Rosebraugh's stand
was something in the. nat ure of - a
minority report "from theZse. Jug
commission as the coTr.mlsfdo i at
a special meeting yestorJay ioon
' iOmntlttrttM 'bo 'pi' .
COUNCIL SELLS 1
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EASTERN 4 BIDDERS SUCCEK-I
FUL BY CIX)SD, MARGIN, (
. , - -" y 1 ' , l
A., D. Wakeman. & .Co. -Make
i. '' Best, Offer; Lumber n n's -, . J -
' -Trust Co. Hecorl : J
An' eastern firm, A. D. Wake
man and company,' was the suci
cessful bidder for two blocks ot
$100,000 each sewer and bridge
bonds, -when bids from five bond
buyers were ? at, the city council
meeting last night. The high bid
was fl01.u3, only 3 mills per?
hundred Above that of the Lorn
bermen's Trust company, of Port
land; On i the 1200,000 total
there was a difference of only G
" ;'Tve award to the eastern flrrm
waj over,, the recommendation ofi
b 'ways and means comralttoo
which .held that an Oregon firm,
s?M)uld be. favored since the. dif- -ferehce
waa 'so slight. . Aldermaa
iRosebraugh-presented the report
A remark by the Wakeir.an rep
resentative "that don't see howr,
the city can legally, accept thrt
next highest bid,", brought rat-
ton and Dancy to. their feet i:i
protest to the committees report-
Mayor Livesley declined to rec
ognize the report of the commit
tee, and entertained another mo
tion that the bond go to the h?M
bidder. The motion carried uaac
OtKerbids 'submitted "were n I
follows: Burr, 'Conrad, an. I
Broom, $100,611; Lumberman'.
Trust company, $101,027; Dlvti.
Witter, "Co., $lt)0.31;, , Free:- . -ri.
Smith. and .Camp cot r
$101,521, , -
Before 'the. bids could be r.
ed it was necessary to repfl
tain sections of an . ordina.ru
which required 10 days notice
the papers before bids c-ouKl 1 '.
awarded. Only nine days,
found to have elapsed sinf.-e t' j
bids were first advertised. ,
Extra . Thtircdciv I
The"b!s rlnu Lattl:-, towr I
which all other r.iajcr h tvr
weight contf"; for tLa r 1
year have bcn Iid!-!", will 1
staged at,t;c: ' 1- rs Ti
ca.rct, TLurs 'iy nll.t.
will be received here T
about, "5:15 v. m. s- 1
ffjfct'wlll f over I
and ;3 p. n. Tl.a l
willbroarrt f.f.l t
wi!! r ' . -i: i