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Gulicks Weekly Review (Newspaper) - January 27, 1912, Muskogee, Oklahoma GULICKS REVIEW VOL. 4. JAN. 27, 1912. NO. 30. What Other Cities are Doing The Effective Big Kansas City Quite obviously the one effective hold a city can have to enforce a public utility franchise or contract is the right and power of municipal If this needed more proof than Kansas City already the additional proof has been afforded by the controversies with the gas Forfeiture as a remedy manifestly amounts to Kansas City might have forfeited the gas But the city does not want to stop such a necessary public without the ability to provide the service through some other And the gas company has demonstrated that even a penalty clause in a contract is of There is always an injunction handy to prevent the city from enforcing Though eventually the city might establish its the slow machinery of may put off the remedy until there is nothing left to Unless the city is in a position to take over a utility and run the city will not be able to answer satisfactorily the are you going to do about which the arrogance of the gas company and itB glaring breeches of faith movements appear to have much in common and neither is lacking in strong intellectual Pork Barrel for Arkansas The of national rivers and harbors that is always hanging round the pork promises that a river and harbor appropriation will be passed iby Congress It claims to have the needed Why Not In A recommendation for the passage of laws which would permit the state to go into the business of developing its waterpower and selling it for public and private use was contained in the first annual report of the conservation commission which was presented to the New York legislature last The commission has found that undeveloped water aggregating 1,271,-000 could gradually toe made to perform work now done by steam produced by coal bought in other The commission calculates that the surplus waters from the barge canal alone would provide 50,000 which the state could dispose of without question of itB right to do so. Another interesting recommendation of the commission is its indorsement of the plan of Governor Dix to employ prisoners at growing nursery stock and making the prison grounds into nurseries from which young trees could toe sold at City and Kansas City is beginning to recognize that a city government cannot be effectually conducted when hampered by the Cities of Oklahoma are feeling the efect in a remote and as the cities of this state grow the effect will be more The folowing is taken from the Star of recent showing the attitude of the people regarding the continued ways and means committee of the Commercial composed of 566 is ready to begin an active movement to separate Kansas City from Jackson a luncheon of the committee held this afternoon at the Hotel Baltimore a motion favoring the separation of the county was given a unanimous The recommended to the directors of the club that a special committee be appointed to study the law and find the best method to pursue in beginning the was general discussion of the Not one of a dozen speakers opposed the All were in favor of immediate active The recommendation of all the speakers was that the subject toe not allowed to rest until the measure either is adopted or rejected by the Would Save 'The city can easily at this time separate from the county as there are proper laws that will allow O. H. Swearingen every way it would be better for the city because we could save a large amount of money in the assessment and collection of It has been estimated that the city could save annually if we had one instead of two speaker suggested that it would be well while the special committee was investigating ways and means of separation that it also H. G. president of the Commercial who was not at the meeting of the ways and means committee of the club gave his indorsement to the New Haven Opens White Way New the blowing of whistles and the blare of trumpets and the turning on of myriads of electric New White the only one of its kind in the was formally opened by Mayor Frank Great White takes in the two main streets of the and on which at short electric lights of high power shining through opalescent are Portland's Plans on Exhibition The Greater Portland Plans Association is carrying on a campaign to give the Bennett plans Portland wide Colored stereopticon views views have been and exhibited at the Rotary and Commercial and will be exhibited before every civic or in the Cleveland and Electric Cleveland has on hand a fight for municipal which promises to be quite as interesting as Tom Johnson's fare The city voted for carrying out Mayor Baker's but Samuel vice president of the Cleveland electric illuminating says that the company declines to sel its and the mayor now proposes to folow Johnson's precedent and start a The company holds its plants to be worth which doubtless includes something in the way of Too Much Time Recal charges against Mayor W W. Seymour were filed at The filing of the charges has been timed so the recall election may be held at the same time as the primaries of the general municipal election 2. Among other things it is the execu tive devotes his time to private has placed the city under the old spoils system and that his election was Chicago Wants an Art Commission While there are various organizations working for the future of Mayor Harrison proposes an art commission to take charge of immediate and present is for the city is just entering upon an extensive scheme for municipal having secured a great amount of electric power through the development of the drainage Various types ot posts are needed for carrying lights and wires and designs for trolley posts are also Lighting Plan a new ornamental lighting system on Market the city's chief business has been installed and voted a Decorative poles are used and there are 172 tungsten lamps in ten Napoleon's English Defender Two or three libraries in Muskogee contain Hazlitt's Life of By many this writer's life ot the great man is considered ag the final estimate of the Corsican and now that Napoleon has become a good deal more of a personally in Britain than in the lovers of good or the curious in the whimsicalities of the children of are mooting the propriety of erecting an adequate memorial to the once fam ous William For it was the almost profligately profuse writer's glorification of during the decades in which the Corsican kept the British in a panting turmoil that held him from his due recognition as. one of the glories of let In of the grov for Los Angeles Newspaper Los appropriation of for the first year was voted for the publication of a municipal newspaper in Los Angeles Mayor Alexander has appointed on the editorial board a real estate an attorney and a doctor who is a 1st and a supported of Every effort is being made to Insure MAKING GREATE Given a man who has passed all through the gradation from planting the flower in Germany where they do those things right on to suggesting schemes and plans for such men as Claus of California and assisting in the de of gardens and flower landscapes among those of the west and the right men of the given further the inherent love for all the things that appeal to humanity in the matter of horticulture and flower development and you will have a man who KNOWS This is being exemplified every day these early anticipatory days of next spring's vernal beauty every day down at Hyde A new man Is there and he is the one who KNOWS There Is only a glimpse of Werner's Hardly enough yet to predicate a statement of his of his tout there is the Hazlitt was in his recognized of. what will appear In the as one of the moat luminous among new conservatories that are being the group who made British essays erected there is as much * change as standard As an essayist has been in the old Hyde Park he is still read by the of six years ago and last Hazlitt was born In 1778 There are the ngs of things the ot that when finished will show what Kent Hls father 8trove what an and what skill lQ up tne t0 nIa own can do coupled with the but ln 1802 Hazlitt brings the most conspicuous re- aw t0 8Uw tt Hate the clerical humanities of the Mr. Werner has a white He college at That on and develop this charming tne Napoleon loomed most summer resort for tired people and on the European He another sorts and of had fought tne campaign He can furnish forth the of transformed the orchids that are almost sacred and late of years into a life that have brought forth admirations preparatory to the proclamation of from millions of people to the empire like ferns that are to this had a chance to 8tud In the kaleidoscope and personality at close range riOt of color the people who make and never durl tne remainder ofA this park a midsummer s the d be dream will find reality that marches into the fanatic hatred thaX along side the vision and the reality ew a cult ln hls m charming as the dreamland of the he found tropics Even now there Is a dis- tnat m waa not the 0f his tinct charm that has its mellowing real He the and a sense of those Ue f tne returned to London pleasures thaj we know will and to pour out an end in the happiest fruition every conceivable all of them Make up your minds that Hyde of them Park this season will gve the both tn of expression pie who visit this popular resort a and the 0f full measure of waB by of of look into the question of how that 1 of In 8UOC
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