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.I....HI. for llu. Comity of Klam.
. Aiiirrlinn UK ' Trimt Com.
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t .!, 13th tny r Jnliunry. 1912, up.
. .!,. nmiln niul fiilcrtnl of rn
1 1. 1.1.1 fniiMion llio 10th ilny uf
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lMJ ptnlnllB. llriilltiK ll.u ai.lonf
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l, illtl I'd"'
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,,'cttlluii, ""l I" ril'lltico with
,M mil I l"uo '""' ,un ' "" , '
iMJ iiriill". ""in win. ii "i"'
.. ike I Jtli uy f I'oliniiiry, I HI 3.
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flttJiwruf thofoiiiity roilfl titiitan.
, Kimiilli I'a '. Klmimlli County,
L,oi). ..It at I'uulli- nurllun, to tlm
unit lUntjiiMomculH arUlriK innlor ttil'InrnUIUuTn nnin iiuiir"
;i:,n,r0::,:; ' - u iGFRMAMY S COLD WAVE
II I'roilllani m lio milil In auiminl i
niuan of (lilt:
l.uta ftvu (6), nli (fi), My..,, (7)
puiil light (8), In Mock iilnclmm (IU),
or nitiiiiii Aililltliiu to Out city of
Miilintth I'nlli, ICIuiiiMIi romily (r
I'mri-eils of inch aula to liu apiMtrcl
lo Ihu imymont of lint principal mm
of 1130 nm! Inliimt Ihurcnn, nl Hie
mtii uf 10 ht unit per nun ii tn, rriim
Kuliriuiry 10, mil; , llln f 36(
Mlunm)!1 fii'i fur tlio mm' nf 110,
Hip piopnrtliiiintn purl of Um mil a
nml tllaliilNii'luiilitii nrlalm; iiiiiIit Ihti
IS SEVERE IN NORTHWEST
Mill in) (Jllili. iNmn In lllciliir Hlilc
"f Cipher Mmk nml ILiltle Hii I
I'niin mi no lo liilirfin- Willi
lUIIII.IN, l-'i'l). . Tim Kreiit rulil
WMVll t OIllttMII'H llllll In lllt aitVITll In
Um um lliwtnt. Ilulnli-ln report it
li'iiilifiiiliitixit -i ili'itncK below mm,
In llvrllu nml vl( hilly tlm tinirriiry
uruii.l rniia.i of nil, mut the ccru. '"' f" "" U,w "" ,s- Tl"' ,,"Ill,'
ItiK (oU llintiiunilur; nml t.rii .Mm kli-ntM-rK mul It-iiiiiiirk
3 -Criimlio In ho aol.l M third U"w ov"r' '""' ,,,MI"'r ,rm'' ,""
imim of lull; iiwi-i'ii nnni'imiiiiiiHiiiii iijuHit, IIiim-
l.otn II nml 1 In l.l..,b in .. u IM" '" '"" HIIHJn'liilnl. 'I Im rlr
unci lulillllon lo Din rlly of Klntnntli
I'iiII), Klnmntli iiiunly. Ori'Kiiii! mul
'Kllin In nllcit Midi heavy Id), mul Ihu
ilnrmt iiiiii n hIiiiimi'ih urn luivliu: tltin-
EFFIGY OF CHURCHILL
CARRIED BY OPPONENTS
IIU AiiIu, I'umIiik TfiruiiKli I'nliinUt
Hiillmi, I l'r'iti'iitly Nliiic Uy
.IniliiK Crouil (IrniiKu AulittUirn
llm-riil I'roni 1'ni-k
l'nir..n.l. uf mid. .nln In Im m'.i.l 'n,l,y '" "''' MiiinhurK
in the imymi'iit uf Ihu prlnrliml mini ',l" "'""" "' riiliIi.o nru ituiipliiK
uf 1100 mut Inlnriil tlinri'on nt tlm . wt ( ,u,,n "'" WHIi'iiwImW'ti U M
ritlft uf 10 I'cr rent iit niniiiiii, f turn' """' li'Morkni nml Klflfunl In ii.
IVtuunry II. Itilli fur thn mini uf """" I m IkiI t.I t. or cntniiKu In ihu
5 ntliiriinyi fcr.l fur Ihu mini nl , lrKi'l Vimi.'U
ttilliiil l'o4 Hcrvlc
IICI.KAHT, IVIi, U, TI.Ih mornltiR
In iruwil oiiuIuk Iikiiio rulo parnded,
inroliiK an illlny uf Wlimlun Church'
III no a iulu. ICn ruutu to tlio park
('IninlilH'ii unto pinned tint unlonliit
M'rtluu uf Ihu illy. CrowiU fre'iui'tiU
ly Htuppul thu enr, JierliiK nml hoot
In k. Thu pulliu were cumpcllvd to
rluirKu repeiittilly to cxtrlrnlu thu car.
Tliirn una mi vlulcncu, Thu pullco rc
fuaeil n peruill to Ormiiiu nxltator to
mitiT Oltlc pnrk, wliero Churchill nml
,k0l biiWfr furcMli, nil thotliiht, $0i ih pmpnrtlnnntn part nf tlm!
il.Mil IllMMl Ol 'iiiwimmr.i f,u ,, (Itntturno lit. art. I.,.- n...
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, nth o( iiilil prrinUrN. Iii'liiltmilitr
iKtlbfJ.or a" much Ihntpof, In mil
,ow of lull na nmy nwiomy id
no, tni'tl"ly. 'nl hrclnnfli)r
til to M'lWi t"ii,'"''- ' ,"
armcDt. benilllnnirntN nml nppur
iiorra IhrrrtitiKi bi'lunitlliK or III
Tkf l'l prrlutai' ntu tu bn aohl,
i ifoiruM, In Ihrm rnuara u anil,
jkeitiiumita In pnyiiifiit of which
L poemta uf mrh anla urn tu bo
bllfJ lo iMIiUctlnu uf Mid Jucl.
(cl. l'I-i-r tiarrtUrly nlnl Iiiiiikw
lilflf aflrr I tic ilrarrlptltlli uf thu
liolid In each (flilar uf aillt. na fill-
I'trttlira tu tie auhl In drat
ler thla third miian uf mill, mid llio
acrrnluK ruati therauuiler;
And If thnro Im miy uirnrplua, niter
Hip nppllcatluti uf mirh prurei'ita In
the inllafactlnn uf anld JildKineiit, na
nfureanld, In cither of anld rnuaea of
mill, thn aauin ahall Im paid Into anld
ruutl lo Im further npptlt'd na by
Dated Ihla 13th dny of Jnuunry,
w. ii, iiaiinkh.
(ll!,ltlUAN'H ll,l, ACCOUNT
Notice, la hetoby ulren hnt Alllui
llrnrh, Kuntdlnu uf the petauu mid
jeatntn of Jntili C. Ilenrh. dcrenaed, tin a
I flit it In Ihu roiltil r iiiutl nf Klnmnlli
teU tlilfP IS1 nd four () In .Ciiuntr. Iliritiiti. her nnnl nrrniinl iia
lk Iklttr aeirn 137). nml lula lino ,MCi, Kntdlnl.. Mid Hint thn ruiirl hna
Oato:i, Hue 13). four (4) anil llM Thuradn), tl... 15th dny nf ch-
4), IB mora jeni7-ne (aw. ui rury- ,9j, B ,,lB ,lllur ,,. i0 , ...
IrecJ aJJIllon tu tlio city of KUm.,f ,,j lllir , ,(, rmir, ., . ,..,
h Talli, Klamath cuunly Orrmi; ,rMi Klamnlh I'alli, (JreKon na
I Hie llnin nml plnrv fur hinrlnc olijer-
frwefJi from audi aale to be up. , Honat In anld nrcount nml aeltletnenl
ri to Ike 1-aMiimt nf thn prlnrlpnl Hiereif.
kocl ll.tte SC and lnlete t her run (ilren a. Klntunth Knlla, Ori'Kun.
itbjuteol 10 ir tent per annum. .Ihla Uih day of Jnnunry, 1912.
loin May 7. 1911 the aiim nf $300. , AI.TIIA IIKACII,
llottji' frra, the auui uf f 30.7&.illunfdlan nf the Kitnln uf John C.
It trcroitlonatn pail uf thp cuatil Ilenrh, Dereniwd. I-K-J-C h
SPLENDID COIIL FIND IS
LIKELY TO m. STUPEOE
Inlin-al nf Ctinloiii. Hllrrul nml IVnr
KiprtMitliliai Muney Mny lk-Tak
en in llulhl 'i dominion luoleutl uf
COIIDOVA, Alnaka. I'eh. 9. Thu
report uf Um ilUiutury uf um! at thu
hem! uf While Ither, mi Ihu Cnimdli.li
order, hna iiruuM'il murli lulureat
here, and (hit fear U expreanvd Hint u
Llsuipedu H 111 bu nmdn In that ic
Hun In thu aprliiK, nml Ihnt nnirli
iiiuuey will .v luvintiil In hulldlliK up
Cunndlnii property Inhteiid uf upeiilui:
n.lnia uu Ihla aldo uf thn line.
The illy rouiirll nduptml teaulutloiia
tnllliiK nlleiilinn to Ihu illarovcry. Mid
iiikIiik early nrllon liy i-uiiRreaa fur
Ihu npenlni: uf Alnaku eunl Inuda nml
Hut runalriiitlun of ntllronda In thla
territory. Thn ChiimLur of Commerce
adopted altullnr r aol utlciiiK, which
will b furttnrded lo I'riMldenl Tnft.
Oplo llend'a Icrtiirp nt thu opera,'
houao on Knturdiiy nlcht moved thu
Wliltn I'ellrnu orcheatra dnnru up n
iiulrh. It will h K!ren Friday nlKht,
RICK YOUTH IRKS UP
I'm l That lie Out uf Wi-allhy Fain
lly ILhh. it Ki-rp Jlhn Frum llrlaiR
, I'ruinoliil From Fln'inau lo Aaaiat
I nut TralniiuialiT
NKW YOIIK. Feb. . Frederick
Aluiy Jr., ion of a mllllonalrv woolen
Importer, who, until n abort tlmu oko,
wna a II r i in nn on thu 1-oiik lalnud
mllrond. mid n-cuntly eluvatcd to
nlcht naalalniit trnlnmaator, hna pror
'a thu einmplu that allhotiRh the ion
of n rich man, hu liai worked lili way
up throned hIicht pluck and Kood
work. When naked how hu cninu to
plrk rnllruiidlnK n a rnrrer hu anld
hu had nlnK liked n luruinollvo, and
llkei Ihu railroad life.
W000MEH PROTESTING ANY
RAISE IN PREMIUM RATES
Meinln-ra of Ordr In MJaifaoU Mo
iruimll Flooding IHalrirt With Clr.
mlara lo Flht Irioard Incrraae
uf Inaurnmu Coat
KODAK IINMKINO ViratfCtaM Mat
prompt ratnlU by Fraik Dubmb.
ntmr Vtrat Natlnnal hank, ar iMTa or.
den at Little Book dott, two doora
wett of poftoBe.
MINNMAt'OLIH. Feb. 9. Tboua
onila of clrculnra havo been lnued by
Ihu Modern Woodmen ancmbly hero
In flxht Ihu adoption of Increaied In-
niirmicu rntea adopted by thu Modern
Woodmen of America'. Ix-adora of the
ornanltnllon throuKhoiit the country
nru naked to aend delegate to a tnaaa
meeting hero February 22, when plana
will bu made, for fighting llio ao-callcd
Mobllo bill, adopted by the. organiza
tion nt Ihu recent convention In Chicago.
Wo hate inmu very daalratite 6th
trcet property for aale Slephesa
Hunter Itealty Co..
Notice Ii hereby given that there
nru fundi In the city treaaury fur the,
redumption of general fund warrant
up lo nnd Including No. S.81C. Pro
leatnl July 22, 1908. tutureit will
renau from dato hereof.
Dated at Klamath Falli, Orefon,
January 30, 1913.
J. W. 8IKMKN8. City Troaanrer.
lettnri received by frlcnda of Mm.
Levi McDonald, who ho been upend
ing the winter In Southern California,
contain the Information that the Ii on
her way homo. Bho will itop for a
short vlilt with relative and frlcndi
In Sacramento, and will then como on
lo her homo In tlonantor, whero iho
will ihuiiio thn management of tho
Inner worklngi of tho, new hotel.
Herald Want Ads
WANTED About $1,600 from two to
live rear: well Improved farm
property aeeurlty. Addreee B. L.
Blllott, attorney, Klamath Falli, Or.
FOR HALB Dry ilab wood, 16-Inch,
delivered to any part of the city.
Ackley Bro. Phone 451. lS-tf
FOH 1UDNT Thr or four faralaktd
housekeeping room la Bnvmt faav
lly; no children. Eaqnlra at Herald
FOR RENT A od -roOB hoM,
modem, near ih and Mala, at fit
por monH Bed Arthur R. Wllaoa,
617 Main itrW. tl-t
FOR RENT FuraUhd
gentlemen, at th Oregoa Hoaaa.
Temple theater, Matroa dally, 1:10
p. m. Evening, Brit performance.
Ofllrcra of Internationa! union do
claro that thero Ii no concerted effort
to talio fund to defend the thirty
two Indicted laborltei. Coplc of tlio
Ifidlctmrnti and the caplanc accom
panying them were mailed today.
Final cople will be mailed tomor
row. When all reach their dcatliitv
tlnn nrrcats can bo made.
Silverware of Quality
We guarantee to ertry purchaae of
Community Silver that It I the best
that can bo mado by (killed workmen
with the lateit machinery and the best
material, and thla guarantee I based
upon a reputation for excellence and
Integrity In manufacture now estab
llihcd for over half a century. ,
Wo guarantee all goods (except
knlvM) bearing the stamp, Commun
Ity Silver. Triple Plua, for fifty year
In ordinary family use. For aale by
Watchmaker, Jeweler aad Engraver,
DRY SUB WOOD
I am now delivering first clos
16-Inch dry slab wood to any place In
tho city for 13 a load. Now I the
time to get your wood cheap, before
wet weather beglaa.
P. C. CARLSON.
Leave order at O. K. Transfer com
pany or Oregon Hemes company.
There are fund on hand to redeem
the following sewer warrant: No.
43. 45, 46, 47, 60, 61, 41, 41. 63.
Interest will cease from date hereof.
Dated at Klamath FallsOr., this
2Sth day of January, 1913.
J. W. SIEMENS. City Treasurer.
26th day of January. I'll- 36-2t
In the Circuit Cour. of the Stat of
Oregon, for the County of Klam
ath. U. M. ObenchalB, plalaUf,
Ktnsome-Crummy Company, a Cor
To Rantome-Crummey Company, Df-
rendant Above Named:
In the name of the State of Ore Ore
eon: Tou are hereby required to
iniwer the complaint filed against
you In the above entitled action,, on
ar before the 2d day of February,
1913, that being the day of the last
publication of thla summon, aad th
last day within which you are re
quired to answer, na fixed by the or
der of publication of this eummona.
If you fall to appear aad answer.
the plalntlt will take judgment
against you for th aum specified tn
Said action la brought to nearer
the balance of 11,050, due from yen
to plaintiff, for service rendered nnd
labor performed In ad state of Ore
gon, between th 1st day of February
and th 30th day of November, of Uf
ear 110, aad plaintiff eotia nnd
disbursements In sueh action.
That the defendant waa, nt the
commencement of thla notion, nnd
now I. tha owner of certain personal
property, attached la Klamntn coun
ty, Oregon, and described aa follow
4 stnndard gauge earn,
1 street sprinkler.
1 2-hore street or road roller.
That on the tth dny of December,
1911. and niter the issuance of sum
mon to be served on said defend
ant, nt the Instance of th platatlff,
the sheriff of Mid county duty
tached said abov described personal
property and now holds the nam In
hi poe!on. at Klamath Full. Ore
gon, by virtu of said writ of attach
ment. This summon U pablbmed one n
week, for six successive weeks. In
the Evening Herald, n dally news
paper, of general circulation, priated
aad published la the city of Klamath
Fall, Klamath county, Oregon, by
order of Honorable Was. S. Worsen.
judge of the county court or K-aanau
county, state of Oregoa, and dated
December II. 1911. th first publica
tion of this summons being nwds en
th 23d day of December, 1111.
STONE ft BARRETT,
13-33-3-1 b Atfy for FwlatlsT.
Proposed Amendment to Charter Providing For Commission
Form of Government for Klamath Falls
CONTINUED FROM YKHTI.ItUAY'H IIKRaI.I)
Utiiraiiiiul Powers The City Council shall have
no power to make a contract of any kind or nature
whatsoever, or to make any lease of city property, the
operation of winch shall exienil lieyond a period of
three ear.s. nor shall it have the power to sell nlian
'l'ii, Kraut or otherwise iliNpoic of any title or riht of
the city to any real estate, fianchisc, rijjht of way,
Mrcct, au'iitic, alley or other public propel ty, all such
lowers hem, reserved to the people ami. to be exer
Weil only b the ipialilied voters at a General or Spe
cial Municipal l.leclion.
Ordinances and Resolutions (a) In legislative
K-tsinns the Council shall act by ordinance, resolution
(!)-The "Ayes and Nays" shall be taken upon
Ihc passage of all ordinances and resolutions and en
'fcl upon the Journal of ProceeiliiiRS. Upon the re
l". "f anv member the "Ayes and Nays" shall Iw
Men nml recorded upon any motion. Kvery member
jwicn present must vole, anil ever ordinance or reso
" passed by the City Council shall require on linal
pa$saKL. Hn. aflirmativc vole of a majority of all the
''embers of i,c City Council.
(c)No ordinance shall be passed filially on tV
lc "' l,s iiitroiluction, except in cases of special
'""Kcticy, for i,c preservation of the public peace,
H r safety, ami then only by the unanimous vote
I V '7.'"10 cn:cK clause of all ordinances passed
or i V'5 Colmcil sliall be in these werds: "lie it
Orcmln " ",C pco,,c f ,l,c Ci,y of K,an,a,,, ,ra,,s-
., ... , Section 5.1.
"iii'icaiion of Ordinances Kvery proposed ordi-
"ai'lC !.;i l. .,lliu....i !.. f..ii's.' . .V.!i
Dm r t I'MiMiniivii nivc in inn iii ii iiiiuy news-
Ke f Ci,y ,U C!'SI ,cn ,la'" ,,cfore itS n,ial )aSS"
li'heil ,ir.s,u'1' '."al assaj,'c'it shall be iifjain pub
nleie.1 "a' '" ,l c,a,,y Newspaper as amended and com- .
I ictcil, cxeeni in ivi..c t .n ... ...1.1.1.
inn 1. 1 "vi" '" "scs oi emcrireiicy ordinances, which
'"ty he n.ns...i .... i ... n ... . . .. . .
ti-.; . v' nercioiore provitied, ami sunn i.tkc
,' ' llpOtl lia.SSaL'e .'Hill Im mi nnlilwliol ivilliiii two
...i .... " "'
An, i " Section 54.
hereof 'iii0"1 r RcPcn No ordinnncc or section
naiie,. . . """mien or repealed except uy orui
Section 55. '
Ordinances GrantitiK I'ranohiscs No proposed
ordinance (,'rautiu any franchise to any public service
corporation or company of said city shall be Kraiitcd
except upon the vote of the qualified electors of the
city, ami the iiicstiou of its bieittf granted shall be sub
mitted to such vote upon the deposit with the Treas
urer the expense, in gold coin, wliiclr said expense
shall be determined by said Treasurer, of such submis
sion by the applicant of such franchise, and no such
franchise ajiall be granted unless a majority of such
electors voting thereon shall vote in favor thereof.
Said franchise shall be advertised foe at least ten days
before being submitted for their vote.
Section 56. v
lvcccrd of Ordinances A true copy of every ordi
nance when adopted shall be numbered and recorded
in a lmok (marked Ordinance Hook), and said Ordi
nance Record shall contain a certificate of the time of
adoption authenticated by the Mayor and City Clerk,
together with the certificate of the publisher in respect
to times ami dates of publication. The ordinances
adopted by the vofe of the qualified voters of the city
..iliall be separately numbered and recorded, commenc
ing with (People's Ordinance )No. 1, etc., and shall be
authenticated and certified to as other; ordinances.
Proof of Charter and Ordinances This charter or
;iny ordinance may be proved by a copy thereof cer
tified to by the City Clerk under the seal of the city,
or when printed in book or pamphlet form a ml pur
ported to be printed by the authority of the city, the
snnie shall be received in evidence by all courts with
out further proof.
" Section 58.
Council Shall Provide System The Council shall,,
by ordinance, provide a system for the collection, cus
tody and disbursement of public moneys, and a system
of accounting for the city, establishing as nearly as
may be a uniform system of municipal accounting,
such systum to be in accord with the provisions of this
Newspaper and Publication Fees All election
notices, lists of candidates inr office, department re
ports, ordinances, charter or charter amendments, ad
vertising, publicity affairs, or other publications re
quired or authorized by thii. charter, by general law
or by ordinance of the city to be made in any news
paper, and all such publications for which the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, may be liable, shall be paid
lor by the city at such rates as shall not in any event
exceed the ordinary and regular advertising rates
charged other advertisers, and all printing of books,
pamphlets, bills, letterheads or other documents or
printed matter required by the city, shal be paid for
at a price not exceeding the usual business xatea there
for. No bill rendered to the city for such advertising
or printing in excess of the usual business xates shall
lc paid for by the city, even though higher rates may
be fixed by general or special law for other cfcies or
towns of the state.
Demand Against the City No demand for money
against the city shall be approved, allowed, audited or
paid unless it shall be in writing, dated xnd sufficiently
itemized to identify the expenditures and sliall first be
audited by the Commissioner at the head of the de
partment creating the same. Upon the approval by the
City Council of any of said demands or claims. against
the city, a city warrant shall, as soon as practicable
thereafter, be issued in the sum of money allowed,
said warrant to be drawn upon the City, Treasurer, in
favor of the order oh said claimant, signed by the
Mayor and attested by the City Clerk'.
Section 61. .
Annual Budget The council sliall meet annually
prior to fixing the tax levy and make a budget of the
estimated amounts .required to pay the expenses of
conducting the business of the city government for the
next 'fiscal year. The, budget shall' be prepared in
such detail as to the aggregate sum and the items
'tchreof allowed each department, office or board of
commission as the council may deem advisable.
Annual Appropriations Upon said budget as
.-adopted and filed, the council shall pass an ordinance
not later than the 31st day of December in each year,
which shall be entitled the Anual Appropriation Ordi
nance, in which it shall appropriate such sums of
money as it may deem necessary to defray all expense
hud liabilities of the city for the ensuing fiscal year,
and in such ordinance shall specify the object and pur
poses for which such appropriations are made, and the
amount appropriated for each object and the purpose;
Section 63. ,
LeVy Such ordinance shall include the proper
levy in mills upon each dollar of the assessed valuation
of all the taxable property within the city. Such levy
shall represent the amount of taxes for city purpose?
necessary to provide for payment during the ensuing
fiscal year of all property authorized demands upon
the Treasurer, and the council sliall thereupon cause
the total levy to be certified by the City Clerk to the
County Assessor, who shall extend the same upon the
tax list of the current year in a separate column en
titled the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, Taxes, and
shall include "said city taxes to the County Tax Col
lector for collection as provided by law. If the council
fails in any year to make said tax levy as provided, in
that event the rate last fixed shall be the rate for the
The amount required to make any payment of any
interest or principal ol any DonacatnacDieancss snau
at ways be included in and met by tax levy except as
otherwise provided in tnis cnarter.
No Liability Without Appropriation Except as
herein specifically provided, the city expenditures in
anv one 'ear shall not be increased over and above the
amount nrvded in the Annual Appropriation Ordi
nance of that rr. and no rt
excess of the'a "nt Prov,dcd m the Anriual APP-1"
pSn 0Hna,uX.a!l be paid by the city out of the
said general and sI funds so appropriated and
set apart, but the sa.d several funds shall be mam
tained. used and devot. fer the particular purposes
specified in the Annual X pprpnation Ordinance.
It shall be unlawful for ' commissioner or any
officer of the city to incur or contract any expense or
liability for or on behalf of the City f Klamath Fall
Oregon, unless-such appropriation shall have bee
made for such expense. Such tfontnwt fihall be ab
initio null and void as to the city; provide. ,"', that
nothing herein contained shall present the council
xfrom providing by ordinance for the payment of any
.. .u .L..i., r wbieh is caused by any
expense uic iinc9.it; -- ...si.
casualty, accident or ttnforseen contingency occurring
by act of God after the passage of tHe AJulua,4lAPP,rl0"
priation Ordinance; and, provided farther, that the
provisions of this section shall no apT f 5v'mi
the authority conferred in relation to bonded indebted
ness, nor for moneys to be collected try, Pa acceM
ment for local improvements. ,
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