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Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1909, Colorado Springs, Colorado Ttw Clf ri The Morning the Vt -J 31 v Krf jr. f fir COUb Consist ol Mayor and Four System Found CONVENTION ORGANIZED Governor Favors lution Calling for Extended SENATE IS Elected Present Lubank Has no House and Sharer Clerk Help r THAT THE ER AND AUTHORITY GIVEN TO THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CW BE PRIMARILY IN 4 CITY COUNCIL COM- POSED OF A MAYOR AND FOUR AIL OF WHOM by J. ttt W tty 4 day and will top wt 4 U of Looking into Election Frauds in i Southern Part ol UM rl W bo of the to c Sal hW tbr lo i this of It he ot Uir in the 41 to -an or 1C lp UR Jan apparent to frauds in ci until th. of a proposed of Hie land were the features business of today The wrecking of tbu thie of that be made that To refused to the latter have been for owing tu tht in the tn of tht that an npt really Ballani nil Hurd are house to Insert a real tn to If criminal during BELIEVE TO HIS ABIT FIVE MS Jor of Today You Care lor Nation oi Says i SUBJECT OF IMPORTANCE States Has by Giving r of STORY OF INTERVENTION Notable Workers at J. Haskin Reviews the While House and Engage m rentes ol Interest m History of Lengthy t WEANING THE 10 nor do they believe that now con- of thai lack of moan Maf Cct A report will be made to the hourt III the porting by the house part of the committee that organisation cannot be Inn to They will further which nmn 1he definite dropping oi the by the or in aa order to goi WILL COSl A SAYS 30LLOCK; Blf ud at a dam 1. on the north elope of to coat a newer plant at i u t uji in iff i ami to to i l j I WASHINGTON i of of the the central at the conference on the t dependent t by af i Reasons of poverty or only Of or XIII of the Intervention Jan January I will thr after a than two will mm i ra It an array of i to a in- KING WIFE Of IN HIU S MAY h leTl the city early thti oL the action irf th. to of of faulu of tack wf ft Vf tote of the or hh to laid tltc of on We The of and all to favor It in li to lay U next both in ii also to in f rota ahead v latter to in lawr If A for the In- the of the the expenditure of for of lines and other equipment of for of a the north slope of the by fi of tiv 4uutftL tlon ordered By and to the r is now a fugitive wtU and controlling di- thaf He ears the Improvements left i Fi ft i hat reared haa of and that they be from at has tnv in 4iHt the feature Hat tu the 4 nv to In sit Edward keenly the to grant a wim that King of for to the M i; .is but mild nf inward our bavo t-r ft he lord mayor that is Broad in ig for Inspection of of paat years and evea farther According to the lion will be by a of two three Of It one day under t be mien The house was In ot the whole In general legislation will be in- operation within one Bullock arrived here to attend annual meetings of the Em- pire and Colorado Springs Said that the has .MO of I- land cloae to the on and Continually up j His owns about un the side of the in fund for to hut no more of with you are to when jou the ow the of t- 41 H .MU of the A t In x A outlet ioS at 1 at the hope thai of this ence will a progressive re to a goal toward whole In other J of. you the king nor v consider only the Ol LOWER RATES 1'ix-ar 1 own the the nation of- renditions which the Cuban 05 the had i believe all its have to the i u PUE NO CHANGE MAY FAIL TO SUB- THIS to 10 ft Iripp to Be and Chosen tho j to i his city president and director of fhe officers New R. W. ndo and It. ti Colorado XP was announced In The few weeks B. will be elected manager This position haji been temporarily filled by f. Ine S1 n and R. K. all Of Tork and J. g. A. R. U Holland ind Irvine all of Colorado Holland appoint an a. few report i will of M Mr ThW following annual of and Mr R. t and O. New Tork and R 11. U. of The in turn the Old Mr. Bullock that no water are in the of land by the that rijn puny owns all available in that i ing in middle of the is of no turn to the When would do if the Bullock nre to aell at any ready good of I months We water the at BO niuch or so Our property and purchase from thf at the at James ChUf i States U rori A With irgard to remarks growth Mr. Uar W. Lock had the to to The of Your mills alone i than Wur timos ed States Achieved i fame as a of j on the He set About the air for T' Sam. and to accomplish this feat Congress to Ihla General aalts Is In- the military Ih It's a war just now haa a conflict on with the which Is that body as much of a tante of warfare any of. American tens might to General plans likely to from members who districts where benefits to Of first Their If It requires spending Is likely to take a hi far putting America first In General Allen thr anxious seat the legislative with of moving to the j bench has hy that body In. tjon of others pt al. t and tKf against tke company and of inter- heart he is to poae a ore who dues kindly from the of a to his to if And to this ami take hold of the of of all above by of other tlie would been fire thing to v ifh in the A i the j for time OVer ia and was who had fought am pn east und Dorado the nest on his bankers vill rrt Wi ill mmm i that hy h tA frive responded I NO WAY RUSHING CHAft 1 Eft U it have Die j tnu parliament la Hie lo a from tlie Colorado Parliament Only Olie Wage nrl A. B. Chaff if to thla Item of 900 for is Allen If a certainty paring when the Is n ted to I House for snV WMr up In the and f usti get in on the part four We made good our promise of than iti at the north end and at the substation on j than a we by We U of without the Hydro plant at in case the water drouth of to a would members rtf council near at hand to my to can a meeting of but not TO act elected the Initiative if an future in have to lo relief the t general Y adopted vote of the people n ould hira one to last Rut this is sufficient for j of. the three an only the present power of Tour city so the is at such rate that in than we would and Its opponents have to the rapacity of by John Walker of who T t steam pliant In Order to secure sufficient power to care of fhe In: this for many years to we have another source of and hue to of j that he heen ln to with any the to l involved It would have earned tor King lasting gratitude of eventual wi has the oat to the r that if regular election the other to state of all be requested the of XEW Jan. than off The much at- dispute the ftf W will on the north tn. of the r Wotk Under the otf work on north aide irf the of They have MenAfa on- ground near und aided aiu or other are rapidly completing the The camp will Short ly be hy telephone to our In the Hagerman Mr. Tripp will a Ing a report Th to the thaf P for snd recently acting of Pn power and rl l for last now the ne or The is bitter and charges of in have been it reported that If does riot give Mr. attempt to have a ber of votes out to put the final decision before the mands anthracite miners paratory to a on the op- a of the United Mine of America the op- working day eight with no reduction of ia for the following Complete bit of sentiment would have strengthened the the and Just now Brit- ain all the she can FOR THE WRIGHT pledge themselves to resign aa soon the charter is adopted and under iu The a this thrilling tragedy have a haven at At nightfall from the two were safe in this .by the might rush Its to have the adopted by which transferred from to Wright by In and of their great In the of aerial and for the If tha approves a adopted by the today the until not The of the charter PASSED Jan shall for by toh of the today that Walker stated receiving than if had the ti M s day have a 10 per race-track Ve and that receiving more tl but than n a ham n 5 cent that he and s the the convention shall a proposed city clerk not than SO or more than if their recently by the City Council likes the date the next charter election on Tuesday first following the day after the date of of charter to the city clerk of the city of Colorado The convention members of convention were elected ary and therefore not sibly certify s charter to until revenue cutter after staving up to hwt moment toy their ing At her dock in Brooklyn WM the pattered aboard which her had throughout her trying U to apparent that the pa la the remarkable uerles of happenings In the of Osje MX fifty from and Jeopardy for beurs the and New IMIt call U. and the IH
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