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hjwsomequeer fires start
,m v i run eesT. or the fire*.
, raf rt(f lncrair ache*rr.
M r,r Number o( Known C*iw f
, | r „_uinf of Them Are Match
,;.,,lo# '*■••• Chowtoal Comhhu.-
Plate Olaee Windows. Poor
I leetrlc Wiring. Esploslve* la
i Iran IBS Material, and the flwlng
,„k (.*• Bracket—A l)nu*rrou* and
ln .,plained Explonlve That le
time rated In Cloned Ralldlßaa hy
% fltraniahip Eire That
U.lp.-J K.stlnaalah Itaelf Chemlr-nl
l,_|aeendiarlam Difficult to
York. Nov. 30.—SutpK'loua fire* are
. y occurrence In al the grcrt dtle .
wnc'. vet there l a blare the onxli) of
, r ,( apparent, a cry ol In n
,i . pi L at once ralretl. Yet lnv#tl<a
„ owa ilia .tea tnan 1 per ce..t. . f
(r „ are the result of a dc Ite rat •
to destroy property. T.iera are
known cau** ot Area which must
<red in advance o( a theory that
the ...laetratton eu tbo work o i th.t
inlla rum* fury human Uacll.ua. the Ar*bn<.
ate i.owaver. In every city p 0-
r Uarlaa, in n bo t •
. juiMlnar ny the m >at l Itn nut
, Of courao. the object of h
,r, .> tr. co loetlon of th# Inau.an e
IV the owner of ha pto er.y. One of
ice fa .orlta achetr.es cf the Ircen .1 ry
,t choir, an oil atove *nd a ent
ihr atove la placed titan th char
„ ’ th, wick Haired To the lack f
la tie.i j a; onk i. r.t T e
t-ed out through wl dow. The
ill* the cord at the de Iral mo
. set* the chair a'd ttoh hu nlng
m ma dialocatoJ atone atart- th?
,m. An.the. cchenao requires
trie llaht hull' a J a lot of
,'.ipcltr**. The curron. cf fie. t to-
I, tu.ntd on and tbt lxhtd bulh it
pi.ked In too ell p nge E per na- is
t.iv. shewn that It r*qrla. fourteen mm
... I0 melt the g Ac, bull, and ae: afire
i.i, nuteriala surrounding It.
Tht lira-bug. however, aceompllshe* ■
com; ar lively Uttle c me a rad to hi*
fr.tial*. ihe jerry builder, the car|
c.rpci.ier, the Incou peter* electrician,
sud 'he plumber ar*l ihe painter, wl.o arc
:oo tree with their spir.t lart.pa In an
s: vee'.lgttli n of 56.'. ausploloua fires mad
in by Peter Se„r#y. the r lre Marsha:
of 0.-Mtcr New York, there were on.y
iwo hr s which were absolutely prove i
;to hate been of Incendiary origin In
~.r:.t ther a#a p reona were arr-si'd
r the cl..t'ge of a-aon, but Jurlea faded
o cont .ot t tin Tne Investigation ot
: ese (tree r a t id In the a rest of twalv
persona, the rr.aj rlty of whom were dla
charged by mtpla tales for the lack of
•. ncluslve evldaoce In moat cf the cae*
I ,re seemed to be a mrsl certainty of
th. y lit of the accused persona There
re In the city of New York In that yeai
fir thousa'd two hundred and thirty
nine fire* fr, m all causes.
Tho. wr e duly It la to InveaMgat •
f-o of a aplclous or.gin are confront'd
•> many difficulties. Not the least oi
t •-e le ’he manner In which cltlacn-.
r •:••• ’h f r no good reason, dolibeiau
: ms! ad the lnv.’ Igatora A deputy
f.'r- marsi al . r.ce spent nearly a day In
• Investigation of u fire which ho b'-
l.'ved to have beer the work of an In
.rhar. lie would [urobably have s<l.l
!•■■t. ;n *h* drk with regtrd to It ha.'
■ • rhea <1 a eof, vet **: lon as h. wa
■ v r.r me tenement where the Are had
.rred A woman was singeing a
km In the kit h n of one of th'
i a;srniertß. A blag* fr..m the burnlna
v**r .t l iarlttd a towel which was dry
Vhi ov. r ihe Move ami the Are son**'!
■ - v tiir ughout the room Thinking
H ' * c wou’d he censured for ourelees-
H • ■ e hi.d e\ a led the Question* of the
H •' ard put them to n areal deal of
■ ‘ • bringing lnnocnnt persons
H i|rrr i antes of Eire*.
99 i rive*"tvor of Ares of peculiar orl
|r h n* nr. rons ontly occurring in
H rifle* rr.’it have a saving krrowl-
H ' * rhem s'n’ physics or-hlteciure
■>’ f e vsr.-ty of other art* and acl
■ It r.o< generally known for In
' 'hat a combination of Indigo and
■j ■■ 1 ..II Is a red Ac source of destnic
■ 'res P.hrlcs dy.d with Indlro and
■ ' and wl’h i preparation of llr.aecd or I
■ f st’rM In a conAned S|.acc, hike Are
■■' • emselve*. Ir was only t< few year*
!'■ “' rt t Irv good* house was ncur'y de
HI and brcrtiiae the jtropr|e<or did not
■ ic les rucblvc qualities of oil and
H ' • Ir l’sir dye Icimpblack when pa-k
■’' wv ir. art 111-verrtila’ed room often
■ "t'e* enoogh heal to set liself on
■ In one of the principal cities of the
B 'd S’atea rh latuoratory of a per-
Bj ’ ”.r w, nearly wreckeel by a terrlAc
B ’ n The maker of acenrs hellevetl
B 1 a discharged smploye had set Are
B bußd'ns hut he hadn’t. The Are
H’ >• 'to the alow cvanoratlon of a high
B ' ''* n a room In whveh a sma! labor
■ •-Tv gas stove ha I h.>n left burning
B ~'rrs passed through the streets of
■ : n • f'w yetrs ago n load of hav
B suddenly became enveloped In
■ *t-e Th driver of the hay wagon
■ *'* "heart in assault a gu’lel'a* youth
B ’'”11 *mc|i| n a a ideorerte nearby Tlic
B h w-sver had nothin* to do with
B 'carertc smoker hut w*t* caused hv
B "re of n wheel rubbing against
B Iron rod on the side of 'h
B A hvs’artler hsd *een *he spirt
B *d hv -he eorts-t be***,sn t*e n|e"et
■ e',,.,, Into trfl-mwv’hle hy
B ' mar fa-Ul'lnr sd*> I h"'nt s
B *' l *ct cause of Ares Is th ruh Ing o’
B hcplrg evalns’ f-e ed-e f tie
I ‘’—nr. th rough w'lch I pass- f r m
■ Aocr In a fancy good- *ou a a
B ,* r " Iron vault was hlown orusn *y eom
B '' r '* r*nera*ed w'lhtn * n t t*„ e |* U e'
B * •‘■•e* of Aame No-ode b*d *ee- 'n
B ’ v "l' lor at least twreive hour* The
B “ ho* was A'led with iwne*' doll# he-
B each pitlr of which ther* ***■ a 'lm
B '•l ulold. A three-inch ■te-m pip- w •
■ ‘d sea‘net the >*• of t'e V'ult -n ’
■ * heat it gave out had ralae ' th* ten*
B r “ r,, u-e of the bon b-x to •! h a d** ee
B r ’*’ 'h* celulcld Alma had aketi fr#
B 1 ’ ;r cct'cn s one of the convo en pi t*
B 0 ■*! rlotd. and the e*p'.veton tut the
B r *‘- r; result of a rowihingt o- o' gun
B n * n<l high tempera'ure t'na of the
B *' luMu>rn Are# whl h ever, via let
B w . 1 *" h * <l 1 "‘ ” r, T>lt In a plate si >1
8,, ,w r he vlrreotta pane conceti’ra s I
B ii ,h,> * l,n 't"®n a eell'i-
B ’ otnb. The oomh bla*ed and aplut-
B ~ *nd soon the other e.im'’le o' cI-
B '.*■ Which were around It we eon f r #
■ • Isms. .-ommitmeated nap’dly to the
B " T,4 'rder of a ttock of InAammable mer
B f ’r Use.
B * "till Marches n fomhlaatlon
B Troslacllee of Troohle.
B ’ overweening fondness of mice and
B ’’ for sulphur has been the eau#e of
■ Ares. A deputy Are marshal told
■ ritc r recently tn.u he had In several
B ''‘n nesta of motchea which Ihe
fl * r/ l "Mae had made between the Aoora
■ 'Aiding#. It la no unusual thing when
■ "rrea are be'ng torn down to Aiflt
I l ' ' h * rodents have lined their abodes
■ 'he brimstone nnnolrted atlcka. The
■ ’nU rata will steal an old fashioned
■ r match whenever they get nn op
■ 'HV and take It away to Chew al
■ !uri- The gnawing process result*
B tgnf’lon of the matches and there
B mysterious ajvd auaprctoua Are.
B lerne r ard paroAne as a choice
B * ’>’ If *h>’ Ir aulatlon of an eleotric
B ’Utalrka thla o*y product of pe
B 'he rate will east It. The bared
■ "ue becomes a ready mesne of
B * ablate.
B , ny > aseM tho atoamA'ler la reapon
■ ' rlostruetlv* Ara#. If a steam pipe
B t , to wootlwork a allow prooeaa
■ dring rakes place. A llule e*-
■ '■ -i or a draft of air may fan a
Aame from the car bonrsed wood Another
oauaa of oorJlagTatton* la the care.eaeneaa
or oturenter# From time Immemorial It
hu# been a habit dr ihe trade to sweep
ehnvlngs lr. between the joists or Aoor*
In these day* of electric wiring the sup
posedly insure• ,-d wire* pass ben.a’.h Ihe
Aoora. If edher the wire or the ahavlngs
ware properly Insulated there would be
r.o trouble. But in one way or another
tha wire la exposed and communicates a
•park to the ahavlngs which m-y be ly
ing near le The spark may smoulder for
daya and then In the dead of night there
comes a cry of "Fire!"
The houses of the wealthy, even In the.e
daya of Are-proof construction are o t n
more of Are-trape than th meanest ten -
rnents The Aue- in the ab de- ol w-e. h
and luxury are often defective. In mn.
cases only the width of a brick inte-ven a
between Intense heat and hlghl> varnls l
ed and IrtAammAbla cabli e work Rich
har.g ngs and uphoiateied fu nl ur. ,|ve
Ihe food upon which a conAa* atl-'n fe d*
Irefectlve e ectrlc w ring hue m nr -Ins
to answer lor In these day., E *ctn la
who are euppoced to t>e e mp. t n wil
croa wires amt violate nrly every pr n
elpal of common sens, and of eectil a
•clence S-ime o' them l-ala rv ivl f
wire through wooden boxea wr I h. In 'he
event of Are. Is* om, rearing Aue . k m
of the troet deytructkve A res kn wn In th ■
Urge cities have been due to c rel* a . as
In placing the wires for electric .tght ng
Mysterious Gas Generated by bsrar
One of the rrea!eat .larger* that Are
men have to face la the and en e'plo ive
hurst of Aame In a burnt eg bull Ir g wher
no known explosives are present T e
theory has beep advanced b. <xp rt in
Are-Agbtlng that these epc 1 n ar
cauMN) by a g-a generat'd In .r cl i I
building by a high de.re. n heal T e
exact nature of this ga.- they d> not at
tempt to dshne, but they say that It ta
a high explosive, and extr me y .r.Aa *r
mable In the open air. This t eo y w a
borne out In a remarkable way b a Are
In Syracuse *everai years ago ( n lei
-ides of a targe si rehouse but ding here
was a Are Tha hurnlrg h .11 .In war.-
hotb separated from the U,ra one by
ihe width of the street Stream- of wa e
from hose were pUytr.g upon It In the
hope of saving It. The building wi.
Ailed with cloth and o her no •
explosive materials Without p e
llmlnary flickering or other wan-
Ing. the entire building sudden.,
burst Into flames The w.ndows wtr.
doiently blown out and Are darted forth
from them and at th* asm, time grwai
olumtia of Aame spurted up from the
roof. Il we evident that th# air In*ld,
’he tightly cloaed building had become
suddenly ign ted on all aide# Thai It
nad an explosive quality mi equally ap
parent. This same ga# It I# claimed Is
reaponaMe for ih vivid and beau.lful
"Ar# balloons" that aall up Into the air
above large Are#
There la a myeterioua property in dusc
wh<oh under certain conditions produce
violent explosion*. Ther# hav# been In
stance* In postofllcea where the duet from
;he mall bagt suspended In th* air of a
-lose room ha* exploded with terrsAc
foroe. Duai exploaon* are of frequeni
occurrence In Aour and drug mill* Th*
precis# condition* under which auch ac
cident* occur have never been determin
ed. It hi the theory of those who hav.
made my*iriou* Area a lifelong study
that the explosion# always occur In
rooms where little air I# admitted and
where tha temperature la high
6|iOßtenenu# C'wlim4lou en Over
Spontaneous combustion cover? a multi
tude of the s.n# of oare’.essnens The ori
gin of many Dree In sailor shop# moy b<-
•raced to Ihe eo-celled dry-cleaning of
lothes A rag dippad In naphtha la fre
luentty uaorl in removing grease spot,
from garments The rag soaked with
nflatnmabl- fluid Is thrown upon the
floor When the shop Is closed up and th<
air Is confined the naph’ha soaked maie
lal will of Itaelf generate Are. Bales of
■otton. placed In the hold of a ship, ar
often the cause of disastrous tires. Krt
inently e spark from a cigar feeds a
resting place in a cotton bale, where It
-moulder* for week#.
On# of th# most prolific causes of ten*
•pent house tires Is the dark hall. Th.
taw pp-vlde* that hallways ahal' be light
ed until ten o'clock at night Frequent
ly persona come In after that hour, aim
strike matches in order to find their wa,
In many cases their sense# are befuid*
# |th drink, and Ihe burrrlrg match aticx
are thrown upon the floor. Here the
matches may com* In contact with grecsj
matting or with bits of paper, and start
a lire which smoulders for hours, and In
he early hours of the morning spread
through the houae. Rainy days cause
all manner of tires It Is the eu tom of
he housewife to hang wet garments In
the kitchen when the weather condition
will not admit of the drying of the family
wash upon th# roof. Frequently she
leaves the damp clothe* hanging In th
kitchen near a s'Ove The garments dry
out during the n ght. and beeom'n* light
*r are easily Mown against the Steve
1 y draughts of air They take (Ire and
’•efore many malnutss the whole kitchen
1* In flames
Frequent recommendation# have been
made by the chiefs of the city firs depart
rnents that the swinging gas bracket b
’boll*tied by law Whenever th# author!
lies of the Ar* department get charv
• nay order such brack#', to b mire ’
t mad# stationery Hundred# of Arse
■vs been caus'd by the carelessness of
parson* who ’.eft the#- swl-gT* bracket
•1 such a petition that the flame could
come In contact with lace curtains. Wl’c
a special reference apparently to causin'
.as many Are# possible, the gasfl’t'
-’ways puts a swinging bracket where
6* knows the housskaoner will wish 4#
6*ng a lace curtain. The comblna'lo
nf curtain and bracket li often- fa’a’
■n# of th* most active cauee. of Ar-*
•s th# mantel dsco-atlon In many bom—
a Silken scarf ts hnug fr-m th* —a-te
•tself Whenever there I* fl'# In ’he gr't •
•here Is denser of ths Air#.- ••r t>• *
Are In tenement house* rm-11 -loves n-s
Often placed befor* the ma'ts’ T he -a--
tal shelves are none th l*-s du’-
ora led with vad- of emb-ol ’* ed nd 11--
.e’led cloth, In many cas-s this and c-ra
•lon has caught Are from the #|ov
to the Aoor. and’ Ignited the fat-s-'ak and
carpet or matting. In e rne heuee the'*
are wardrobes and clothes c osets n ar
ths chimneys The clothl-g bu-g bahl-d
ths closed door* and subject'd ’n the win
ter time to a stsadv beat from the chim
ney l* liable to combustion.
Chemical Combinations a Fostlle
In p’acsa wher# chemical* are kept th#
varieties of Are* are alrooM -ount *•-.
comparatively Inno en’ aub tan e- In
themselves may come In contact ap l x*.v
crate heat aufflclent to atart a Ivel . b age
On# of the Atlantic fre'g'ners am to
thla port recently with a earvo a mpvt
of crude chemicals and cotton. There ‘ad
been an explosion of acids before the fl e
It seemed Impossible to check the flame
which had communicated to the e tton.
Tho Are, however generat'd heat mAi
dant to liberate th# 'hi rlne from a
quantity of bleaching powder. Tie chlor
ine material y aided In keeping th# fl e
In check, although la auffocat! g fum a
nearly caused the death of mme of ’he
.allora who ween Into the hold to fght the
flame*. In the storage of all kin ■* o
materials too much care cmn t ' exsr
elsad The fact must be taken into c n
iteration that where air and e n-t I c -
lata the chances of lire re grsat’r In
■rees#d. The observance of th# slm* e
rules laid down by O'* dapa*tma'ts wrul
frequently obviate the nee# slty of Inves
tigating the origin ol myai# lou. Bros.
—Unless some# It Ing la speedily don# to
pros set deer In the upper peninsula of
Michigan Ihe animal# will be extermlnut
ed At the present tale of slaughter i.J '
will hav# been killed before the oeasot
cloaes. Game Warden Mora# Is prepar
Inga rtstrlotlv# msasurs for Introduclle*
in th# Lsgisls.ur* this setwloo.
THE MORNING NEW S: MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, I‘KK).
(Continued from Sixth Page.)
or by a Junk cealer It .hail >• di-tlnc ly
cx rMM 1 at MMk unk cue or • ottou
pickery, cr J'.nk eater, *tie'l always lie
eubje< t to he ' at at o>> o th# lOlcv of
•he it v, and hat uch peiwuit .hill 10
pure) as fr m ny nc u. er t e o,e of
16 years, a dupllcat- . f whlcn I en# n
•and by the prison or iwr-ons takinf ut Ihe
same. .*iid express r.g M* .or ihelr assent
o such or.d lions, 1 alt o# re rnied by lilt
eilj ,re # ier nd on tefu al lo sub
mit ai any ime o such V'S.iall n. or on >
cynvi tl n in ihe Police Coi tt of havlnr
purchas'd Com ..ry oi e indei th* as of
16 yr.,rs such Heap** ah .11 b# .tv M i
aid ch 'unk bop or co mn pickery ehi- I
in me ua ely he . I eed by me M or aid
• ery s. -h unk -h |. ju ik aler r o’
•'•r. pi k ijr i•• *e hall be -übj-ci o 'he
lunher i di on ihgl . * .vine thal a
subje i to revocation bv he Mayor or Re
,-order If m avam nailon b'or* Mm in .
he I ollc* c. urt. he -: al) b- .u ’C 'm'. an.) 1
'ia s pr n nee hat r> ’• in rmn
erty i* fund In -uch tank ho\ nr In ihe
in e on f ny unk e,l’; and such
oonditum si m 1 lw- - x re’sed In the license
of ev. ry sveh Jnk -hper •!..e*. ’ vory |
leia n lequ ed by ihe provision# of ih’
ecu n. si and b> he ord mn.'t pas-ed In
Council %’arch it. 1 M. in f<nw ’0 ak ;
r.g •ut llcen.t# who hall comment* o
liarsa t tr o'er to ’an# ’t n C # elt'
any of the kinda of b . -.-a moot on and In
th.s seen n. al er th# Arsi day of Jan*
uary iso:, sha'.l take out license before |
c< m, enclug bu n as
oidinAi.i*. t easel March It. :tod. wh i h
aid ordinance is off "ce The Hcrngg
heiel ■ ;>r. v) ed fi r 'all be l*-uel by h*
c:iy t:e .ne.. At and If a y r* son tra
ae Irg. or "IT rng io r.vnsaet In all il..
e t er ol h kl. da f usl <s* In .111* se -
lo pec Ad. hall i fo ml wll out .’.Ch
llcer e l#pay*d n a corsincu. ua m in. er
In his her or their place of busin m
.e. sue oi they ah, o.i vonv.< lion mere- !
of In the Police Court, be fined In a sum i
not exceeding ne bundled .to lap. or kn- 1
prisoned no. more than thirty days, or
both. In the discretion of the court No |
*i<-lAc license or permit to do business ’
.hall be transferable by any person or ,
Arm unless the transferee be the bona Ad.
successor at the same place of th* Iran*
feror. and unless all Indebtedness due on
aid license hy the transferor la fully paid
nd anew bond given by the transfers*
wherever a bond Is required by ordi
nance. But a parson or Him may trar.s
'*r hi* license or jiermli fiom one place
to another with the permission of Coun
See. 12. On and after the Arst day of
January. 1601. the price of a license to sell
ma t vir.oua oi spirituous aq o s al e#i
xlihin tht orporaie and jurl-di, tlonal
units of said city for one year enall be
iwto hundred dollars net. without discount,
but a license to eel. at retail may be |s
-ued upon paying nne-four.h of the sum
due for a yearly li enee and upon giving
. otes be iru.g 5 per cent Interest train I
tan. 1, 1901. when parties are already In
'lusinea*. and from dote In case partus
wmrencing busin. as dur.ng the year,
•vith Ind-rsemems or suieiles sailsfarto y
o the Mayor, io secure the paiment of the
ithsr three-fourth# of said sums In thiee
'quel peyinente. on the twe fth of March,
e elftn of Jure o’ and tne ftb of Septem
ber. 19)1: provided, however, that upon de- ‘
fault ail the notes aba.! become due an.l ,
payable, the said payments to be made (
xh-ther the jwraon- givh-s such notes or j
■urety shad go on of buslnea* or not.
*rd the appl'snt ahall be required to aub- j
■nit. as >e urliles two res:-onlble free
older* of this clry, a- prerequisite to the
1- ■ je of said license tno offler. c'.erk or
employ# of the city eha l be taken ax **-
■urlty on such bond, and It shall be th#
duly of the Mayor to pass upon auch
oond# before any license l* Issued here
nder); and no license for the sale of malt,
inous or spirituou* liquors shall cover
my other business wha ever than the sale
of malt, vinous or epltltuuu* liquors, and
shall apply to but one place for the sa e
cf said liquors, wheth-r under one roof or
iiherwlee, under penalty of not more
han one hundred dollars And r.o bar
oosn .-had be li ensed which has not an
entrance to it separate and distinct from
’he entrance to the dwel'lng; ami the
ir enee may in the d 1 sere 100 of the Mavor
or Recorder, be forfe t-d for anv viola
ion of any state law or city ordinance;
and In the eaee of forfeiture the license
-hsl! not be renewed for the spare of two
•are, ti >nl by permission of Council
Vnd it ehall be the duty of ihe Clerk of
Council lo publish quarterly an alpha
terlcal list of all persons licensed to sell
liquor a* aforesaid All auch li
censes ahall be laken out by
T*r*one already engaged In business with
in thirty days af'rr the Arst day ol
Tannery. 101. and In the cas* of persona
w shlng to commence buslre*- later In
ihe year, be' re eomreer.c ng bu'nea,
and any d**>r In liquors a* afo’seald.
fal’lng or refu*lrg >o take out a ll’-ena*
io sell liquors a for *itd, shall be liable
to a penalty of not more than one hun
dred dollars for every day any such per.
•on may sell without a license, or be Im
prisoned for 'hlrty day*, or both
flee. 13. Every person tran-actlng. or of
fering to transact, the business of trana
norm* or carrying goods, etc passen
gers or baggage for hire, by means nt
wagon*, dray*, truck*, street railway
■*r. or other vth.clea and every keep*'
of a public or livery stoble emp’oylng such
vehicles in his buslnass. and every other
oerson keeping and ualn* atraet railway
*ars. or other vehicles. In other
kinds of business. shall, upon pay
ing the lev hereinbefore pres-rlb.
*d lake out a badge wht-h will be fur
n shed by h“ ctv treasurer, for each
street car or vehicle lo be employed In
u-h business (ths number of street car*
or vehicle- to be *m;.loynl to be
on oath) which shall be placed In a con
spicuous place on such vehicle cr street
-ar—exrep vehicles kept by keeper* of
public or livery stables, to be let for hire,
and vehicles used for pleasure or con
venience-and any person uslr g or em
ploying any vehicle or street car on auch
.urines# without bndre offl-ed except as
iforvsald, shall be doube taxed, and on
I -onvl'tlon thereof In the Police Court,
may be Aned In a mm not exceeding one
hundred do ar*. or lrrprlnm*nt not
more this thirty days, or both. In the 4l
cetlon of the court.
#'* '4 Tbe ordinance of Nov. 16. 1443.
requiring badges to be takxnout for dog*
aid pre-ctlt lug other r g ilaflons for dog.
w, far as ths provisions of ths .am# are
not Incontlstsn' with thl* ordinance. I
hereby r-or'alned and declar'd to be !n
full force. Every person falling to take
jut a llcrns# for a dog or falling to pav
such license as required hy s-ctlon 6 and
4 of Ihl* ordinance ahall. upon coqv e-
Ilon before th* Poll*. * ourt of th* city
of flavannah. be subjact to a fins not to
,1"#.! three do! ar. with ths alternative
of Imprl-Onment not to exceed three days.
Sec It I* shall b* lawful for th#
Mayor of said c.ty. with the concurrence
of the Finance Commit!#*, to appoint
within thtrtv days after the first day of
January. 1901. a competent person
who** duty It shall be to report lo th*
Board of Tax A-e#or and city
easttrer. respectively from time to
time, all person# In said city required lo
•nak* any reiurn or to take out anv Mcn#s
required by this ordinance who shall n-g
--eet or omit to do so. and al! property a th
t.. t *o taxation but not resumed, end to
.erform such other duties In conns.”loq
Will! the above as may be required of him
sv the said Mayor and Finnic* Commli
tse. And auch person shall continue in
the performance of his duties only aa long
,s hr# services shall b* considered neces
sary bv said Mayor and Finance Com
mittee. and shall receive such compen a
ton as they aha!! specify,
flee 16. Thai the • lek of Council be,
,n<l he ts hereby directed to report to
•o-Jncll at lb* Arst meeting In every quar
ter the amount of money sxjvndsd for
'.ell department up to date of report, and
■ a soon as any department making any
Heburtnent shall have reached Ihe llm
,t* provided In th* budget th* clerk of
■ouncll shall at once notify the head of
flee. 17. This ofldtnanc* -halt be subject
to alteration and repeal, ir whole or In
art. in any tlirfo during th* year 11,
should il be deemed advisable, and no
.uch amendment or repeal In any particu
lar shall be construed to Impair th# right
at Council to assess and levy a tax for
the whole of aald year 19)1. whenever
Sec I* All ordinance# and parts of
ordinances conAtctina with the provt.-lona
of this ordinance are hereby repealed, pro
vided, nevertheless, that an much and su h
psrts of ordinance* heretofore passe,! ss
provided for the Issuing and enforcement
of execution* for any tax or assessment,
or part of tax or assessment, required by
any such ordinance and now remaining
unpaid, shall conilnue amt remain of force
so as to authorise Ihe treasurer to Issue
such execution* and the marshal lo collect
the same, until snrh taxes or assessment
shall be fully paid.
Tha #l*olloo for chimney contractor for
the wetcen division postponed from tie
meeting of Nov 14 on account of failure
to tiect, was had. and resulted in ihe c.ec
tlon of John Jeffrey h* having received
6 vole*, J G flchwarxhaum 4. H. H Vr
non. 1. two other applicants. Philip Small
hclser and W. F. Baggs Paving A led Inblr
a|*p.P aton* atn r (he laei meeting upon
motion, which was a io. ed ihelr appllca
ilons were received and perm' t and t go
Into Ihe election. M*srs Smailh -lesr and
Baggs recelvid no vote Mr Jeffrey was
thereupon duly de-’lared elected chimney
contractor for the we-tern dlvt.-lon.
By Alderman Tlolemar.—
Reao.ved, By the Mayor and Aldermen
of th* city of flavannah In found assem
bled. Thai the representatives Iron. Chit
ham county and the acimtur ft ten thla dis
trict are respectful y urged to op -**
any moasure designed to >ake aw-ay from
the pr.-sent Council tha power to els t anv
of the officers of the city now elective by
them, their attention Is respectfully cat.ed
to the fact (hat th* wishes and views en
tertained by Connell on thla subject are
expr *se,l by the - resolution unanimously
puss-<l at the meeting of Oct. 31. I*o of
which they hav* been advised, and that.
In the otilnton of the heard, th. taking
iway of this power at this tune would
he a reflection upon the members of this
board and wou.d not promote the public
Rtsolved further. That 'h* clerk of
'ouncll send to each of our re.-rosen a
tlves and our senator* a copy of this reso
Bv Aldaiman Haas—
Resolvad, By tba Mayor ar.d A-lermen
of th* oily of fljv nn h. li C>uncl *
•ambled. That the I> 1 I tu e of the 1 ■ e
of Georgs now In se aloer | re pctf 11
requested to take su h suit ible act 1 n at
may seem to I: proper .or t’e pur <■*•
of Indor. l> g th# effo.ts now ’eng n,a e
hy the city of fl .an an t) it ure n
epproprl-tlon I our the ong r e a th •
United fl atea to tha deepen g o the
r;ver and harbor at B,an eh rom twe -
ty-gix to iwen;y-eght feel. ,ns b s aili
ng for this tnov m n . wnicu m a■> s
much for the s ,-’p-,.t of Georg: •. th# sym
pathy and active ae.-l tanc f the c n
s ee-met from Georgia and thel ,o-ope -
iition with our congressmen. Hon. Itufu*
E Los er.
Resolvrd. further Th.vt the le-k o'
council *e-d -o each of tie repr *an a
live* from Chatham county and the aep
•to f. ,-m tn| dl.tn t a op of t i re
olutton, so that ti may be p ..per y brotig :t
before the Legislature
Bv Alderman Horrtgan—
Resolvol, Th#’ t. e reeo’utlon heretofor
(vas*e-1. permitting Harm n W nter to o >
crate aut mohl s an c# tal r streets I
th# city o.' 81, am* , un er r* trl Ins
an i reguia Ins. I he tmbo led In n o •
■ Hnance. b* and the * me I* here y o
amended that the pe.mL.-ion *ha I Inclu e
Communication from ’he city of Charles
In extending an In, t it lon to the Mayor.
|’ouncll and city c metals to ott.'ttd th
lourth annual eonvemlon <-f th# League
of A’mcv.ssn MtfMe.lt■* He- to be he’d In
Uwt city from Dec 12 io jr,. ’Em. wux.- read
and accepted, with the thanks of Coun
At this point In the proceedings. hla
h nor <ha Ms or. r se to a. question of p-r
sonal privilege, wt.lch was oconsl >ned bv
ths receipt of a letter addressed to him
4y Mr. I> B lister re’atlve to tha [c
tltlon of th* Vernon Shell Road CNvmpan,
for a *treel railway franchise Af.er *h
reading: of the letter by th# clerk. th<
Mayor fork oceaa'.on to state that tht
communication was misleading In Its char
ar<er und contained stataments and In
sinuations Whtch required some explana
tlon from him. His H nor then proceetleu
to deny the unfair and srrorg statement
ird Inalnuatlone mad*, and that he con
eldered the letter was an Improper one
and Imperilrent rd thas he would treat
It with the ufmost contempt He furthr.
sta’ed thrt during hlr long service of six
teen years to the city, he had nevet
lofl;ed one dollar by hit connection with
Upon the conclusion of the Mover's re
marks Council revolved Itself Into a meet
ing of the Committee of th# Who!# to
consider Ihe ped’dona of th# Vernon Kh#!|
lined Company, ard J. fl. Collin*, seeking
street railway franchises
After considering th# petition Council
ng-aln went Into session and there bsln,-
no further business took a reoess subject
io tlio call of the chslr.
WM P BAILEY.
Clerk of Council
ARREARS FOR GROUND RENT.
City of flavannah.
Office City Treasurer. Doc 1, 19
Th* follow.ng loss are In arrears for
ground rent, of which owners are hereby
notified. C. 8 Hardee.
Brown Ward—Lot 81. 2 quarters.
Calhoun Ward—Middle ' lot 14. 2 qumr
ters; earn % ot west 4* lot 3. 2 quarter- ,
lot 33, 3 quarters, lot 24. 3 quarters, lot ii
2 quarters, lot 48, 2 quartern
Charlton Ward—Lot 1. 2 quarters, east 16
lor 36. 2 quarters
Chatham Ward—East ii lot 1. 2 quar
ters. middle 6s lot 13. 2 quarters; earn
V* lot 34. 3 quarters; east H lot 26. 2 quar
ters. east 46 lot 3. 2 quarter*
Columbia Ward—Lot 16, 2 quarters; #*
purt lot 21, 2 quarters; lot 3. 2 quarter
part lots 3 and SO. 2 quartern; wast 46
east part lot 9). 2 quarter#
Crawford Ward-West ' lot 6. 2 quar
ters. lot 33, 2 quarters; lot 34. 3 quarter*
1 t 39. 2 quarters, lot 40. 2 quarters, north
west part lot 6. 2 quarter*
Crawford Ward. Eaat—Middle part lot
1,3 quarters, part lo# 16, 2 quarters, per.
lot 15. 2 quarters, lot 16. 2 quarters.
Elbert Ward-Weat 46 lot 19. 2 quarter
southeast part lot 34. 2 quarters; east 66
Forsyth Ward- Lot 19. 2 quarter#
Franklin Ward-Lot 2. 2 quarters, east 16
lot 27. 2 quarters.
New Franklin Ward—East V 6 lot 14. 2
quarters. west 46 lot 14, 2 quarters.
Green Ward—East 46 lot 3.3 quarters,
east part lot 4. 2 quarters, south 46 lot 16.
2 quarters, northeast <4 lot 28. 2 quartern
Jackson Ward—Lo* 22. 2 quarters; met
•lie >6 lot 2! 2 quarters.
Jasper Ward— Lot 2. 2 quarters; west ,
lot 2. 2 quarter* lot M. 3 quarters; lot 43
2 quarters; west '4 lot 46, 3 quarter*, eg*
44 lot 46. 2 quarter*
Lafayette Ward—Weat H log 1. 2 quar
tern, weat 46 lot *■ 2 quarters; lot 44. 2
Liberty Ward-Lot 4. 2 quart#?*, lot 9
3 quarters, lot 9,3 quarters; lot 10. 2 quar.
Mrs; east pert lot 16. 2 quarter*, east 4
lot 26. 2 quarters; east 4 lot *>, 2 quarter*,
lot SJ. 2 quarter.
Lloyd Ward—Weet 46 lot 44. 2 quarter*:
lot 42, 2 quarters; west 4* lot C, 2 quar
Monterey Ward—Eaat 2-6 log 10. S quar
tars; log 27. 3 quarters; Ht *6. 3 quarters.
Pulaski Ward—Lot 8. 3 quarters; k>t 18.
2 quarters: south 46 I°* 23. 2 quarters
Reynolds Ward-Trust lot B. 2 quarters
Troup Ward—Lot 16. 2 quarters; west
part lot 35. 2 quarters; lot 31. 2 quarters.
I north 4# lot 57. 2 quarter#; east 46 ot south
46 lot 32. 3 quarters; M 40.3 quarters, weat
pert lot 28, 2 Quarters.
Warren Ward—Weat 4s lot 10, 2 quarters,
lot 18, 2 quartern
a' A * > * x, >'< Y ' fj.i * Mfg ' JSft if i> ' **•*)'* "JUp - X I%> * ‘"* ,V
X firJ! * f Tr.*- h* 41.-1 :>.:■ ‘ m : - '.p ii .• fti: ' r !h U ihf (Mt
JL V A iivSfc tnak* •'*>-u iK* t ■ ‘.U>n- i nme pure
K* %-/ Sjf V ■V- SJ? f n1 hlood. no,i*’ ou im, n* t • * ;r you ar*
(M ■ i, atroniP'r ih*n your r • i mat er 4-f ahori tlma wh*n
** if I *Um*n9 "ill not *x. t It’-imini* lam %\>ii not
| ti*n any more than Itch *lll f t !♦* Itch wh*n your blood I*
P* I I pure iira> Com|xur**l muhc* .t pur- it innk< a ymi
’j *ir rmF>r than your dir,a<* If r kf* u r mak**a you
r)[p VI V •• you will K*t on .r A\ vii >- i ir*** mer*
D curv or po ami >44.
Bk P, / m y * c in; dkaoi-i of I • thing n-
II I Mi VFOtfil for puny chlldrrn T ah**u.l dll mean*
JI l M CTi Ml In the ItnitiMNi of n timuFj:: *. i> \ , <irn>br*rd
rm I \ a mm MK cur** when rverythlng fo!
pWJ j 4 A MB If you hn\i' dyspcpMH. cun 1 **t. fin- !*',• rt palpi*
dr 'r ** Jm- • Ml Ml B f tat 6 - rfrovuf you mnv take *#r \lh*.i l .\i • hv • urad
k ApiL If voti rv* H ifumitti'in i'umi 11. in 1. \ , k M.oul*
rgmi^ Yfr • d#rr you may tuk* ijruyb'aird *nl • l
lh **ni< w >• with K ’lrnm Uch. lfrynl|> lr. H rfula,
m ''Sono via <hr*bjo.'aa- _ Canrar, Hor b
rmml ' n jmmmtmrmmmm Our GRAYBEAHD COMl’fH ND Ik soil at all i u|Rl>t
ff>r SI OO a bottle. Hx *# $• if you con • your
f: IT FEEDS THE BRAIN ll - ;;• 7; t
Kespess lJruff Cos., Owners,
OEE I Cl XL.
Wa.-h.rg’ n MhiM Kat .ot 11. 2qu ir
t.rs. west t# lot 14. ;■ i|iiart-rs
\\*rde> Man)- hast ’* Irt 11. 2 quarters.
All per-ona havlt.g lirteie-t In tlrf above
lots are hereby notUl.-d that If the
amounts t ow doe are not paid to lit# city
treasurer on er tefere Dec 11th met . 1
will proceed on the morning of Dec 14 to
enter according to law
“ UQI'OR LICENSES
City of Hovannah. office Clerk of Coun
cil. Savannah. Ga . Nov Se 19k' —The fol
.owing applications |o retail liquor during
the year IDul. were read ' meeting of
Council, Nuv , 1910. and referr#rl to the
Oommltte# of th# Whole
W P Ballev.
Clerk of Council
Anglin. Thos . 13k Brjan street. ,ve#t
Andcrsotr. Joseph N . No 3D Hairdo.p i
Abel. Chas . aoutheaat corner Bay and
Bevran. J. 0., corner Bull and Best
Badenhoop. JU . No. 13 West Broad
Bohn H. N. C . No 2M F.sst Broad
Connery. C. P-. No 110 St. Juhsn
Denmark. J M No 147 Farm street
DJerks. Wm. C.. No 334 MTirtaker
Doyle. M. J . Matket Square
Derst, George. 79 Weat Rroad street
liters,' William, northeast comr Über
ty and Weat Broad streets
Enislman. A H No 716 Ea*t Broad
street, corner Owti.nett street
Ft. hhols. F., #—uthweat -omer IJherty
street lane and East Broad street*
Etchhot* Se lx. No 1012 Cemetery *treet.
Groves, W C , northweet comer l'.arnrl
and Prvan street*.
Gildea. Nall. No. 120 Broughton str#t.
Galina. J A.. No 9 Drayton street
tiefTken Harman H , No. 422 Broughton
Helmken. J. H . sontheawt corner Übar
t> and Whitaker atrsets.
Hart, Francis. No 11 J*frron alreet
Heilman J. F . No 634 I'realdsstt atrset
Hermann * Baronthelm. No 1* Hnrnard
Klene. Herman No. I*4 Bryan street.
Kelly. A T . Bay lane, near Bull street
Lyon. John A Cos., northeast corner
Broughton and Whitaker streets.
Lane N . No 16 Broughton street, east,
la-van. Chas. 14., No. 11l Congresn
Mslncke. P A . No. 563 Bryan street.
Manning. P No 21 Bay atresrt. east
Morrison, flacuh. No. s< Oclethorpo
Meyer. J K., No. Ml film* street.
MeAlpin. T E , No. *4 Price street
N'ell. Otto W. 406 Brouglr on at reel.
Ohalek. Cha* , ooutheaiu corner Ogle
thorpe avenue and Reynolds streets. v
Olislek. John, northeast corner Bay
and West Broad Street*.
Peters. Frol. norlhea*t coraer Bur
tough* and Park avenue.
Rt-lMy, L . 13 Bryan street, west.
Roents h. Martin A Cos.. No 7K Brough
ton street, west
Regepouolox. A. C. St Cos.. No. 38 Bry
an atret. west.
ltehm. L. C . northeast corner Jefferson
and Alice strae:*.
Repke. John No 23 Drayton street.
Rocker. J W Bro . southwest corner
Weat Brond end Joaes street*.
Raskin. 8.. oornsr West Broad and
Sampson. I‘ . 302 Bryan street, weat
Schwarx. Georgs. 317 Congrsa# street.
Steinman, Bros . No 44 W'**t Broad
flt'ff'tts. Harry. Best Broad and Ogle
flchwarx. George C cornr Congre#* and
Bchnaara, H J . No 401 Wilson street.
He till has. Q No 1W Price street
p.never. J n , 127 West Broad street
fltahmer J<hn 631 Bryan treei west
Taussatst. Chaa., No. Wtt Oglethorpe
Ttenken. Fred J . No. * Liberty street,
Verukl. Ell. No. C Bernard street.
Voliers. W . southeast corner Taylor
and West Broad street.
Weiti, 8.. northwest comer East Broad
,nd Harris street#.
William Sr Grice, No Sg> West Broad
Fruit, Produce, Grain, Etc
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Lace Curtains, Silk Lambrequins,
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" e liatf on diiplay Ibr heat itmiriitirul of Milrlmaril*, t hitia €*!••-
eta, Faitrntlon Tables aul (hair* Ibul yon will over hare the clinnco to
look at niln.
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I* I .It CK*T. ofw tbe rrpalar prlrea Ibis oreeb. %olblnc off tbe
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We carry *■ Ituaraar slock of Fire-proof flairs. Oar stock em
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