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Colorado Springs Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1909, Colorado Springs, Colorado Ttw Clf ri per. The Morning faffer. Ttje Paper, JPrew the Vt -J 31 v Krf jr. f fir NO, COUb TUESDAY. ANUARY Consist ol Mayor and Four Couneiltnen System Found Elective. CONVENTION ORGANIZED Governor StiairotK Favors Reso- lution Calling for Extended Investigation, SENATE IS INSINCERE? Elected Present Lubank Has no Inlcnhon, House Declares. Vice, and Sharer 'Permanent Set- retary Clerk Help Engaged. _ r "RESOtVFD, THAT THE ROW- ER AND AUTHORITY GIVEN TO THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CW ORAOO SPfcirXSS BE PRIMARILY IN 4 CITY COUNCIL COM- POSED OF A MAYOR AND FOUR COUNCILMAN, AIL OF WHOM TUJ-tluttop by J. ttt rlcfa W tty 4 day and will top wt 4 U of Looking into Election Frauds in i Southern Part ol State. UM .jjto rl ,t W bo tevorcd fa) wMcta friU of the to U-? flrM c Sal hW tfvt tbr lo i this of It he itniu ot Uir too, Tex.. in the 41 to J1 -an or te> 1C lp Tlie'. UR Jan apparent v-iockins Of, Vommitlpo to hfvesti-1 tfMl" h-( tltwi frauds in ci until xt.it' jml th. iwgliunni; of a proposed iJiVOStigaUoi! of Hie Btuti- land bcrard, were the features uitv: business of today The wrecking of tbu clwtion raroe wltii thie of that be made i-lialmian o.f that cofnirilttpC'.. To houso" refused to agTfp Indeed, the latter have been for owing tu tht deiuy in gettiiiR the tn of tht commjttec togi-U'pr, that an npt really Strickland, Ballani nil Hurd are house itivnilK-rii. "rtify wislnxt to Insert a real jinilxs tn eouth- 't-tn ufta-ln, to .turertttlh If criminal during BELIEVE TO HIS SOTTWt ABIT WIICE FIVE MS Jor -Youth- of Today You Care lor Nation oi To- morrow, Says Roosevelt- i SUBJECT OF IMPORTANCE States Has by Giving Ovf r of dice. STORY OF INTERVENTION Notable Chantj Workers Ualher at Fredenc J. Haskin Reviews the While House and Engage m rentes ol Interest m History of Lengthy Isl-nd Pwt-Few t WEANING THE INFANT. E11E COIPANY 10 OTDKSI not, nor do they yet, believe that the- earnest, a.re now con- of thai lack of intention. 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 difftdJnvt the, They will further instructions, which if-y nmn 1he definite dropping oi the wbolt by _ the hoqse, or miutt in aa order to goi WILL COSl A MttttOlfc SAYS 30LLOCK; Blf ud at Inunediate including1 a dam oiKreaervoir 1. on the north elope of Pikea to coat a newer plant at Mnnitou, t> i u "Mr Uilli'ii t i< uji in SIMJ. iff tni; i m'fH' mbelatloti ami to to atrui-tion
i ing in middle of the .Empire erty, is of no turn to the rit.v When :he would do if the -cltj' condemnation. Mi'.. Bullock !'Wo nre wlHinu to aell at any flmifi! (ihti ready makp good 'our of I months ago. We wjilJicii water the at BO niuch l.iiOO' or so murn year. Our property and purchase w-ster from thf at the samp, rate? at Oeueral James Allen. ChUf SifnaJ i Officer, States Army, U rori A With irgard to remarks t.le- growth .of Mr. liuJ- It) Uar W. Lock had the followinif to .nay: to The rale. Jnn. -CivnrraT .t-hin-lj of it! Your mills alone Allen, rhief sijrnal officer, i more: than Wur timos ed States iivmy, has- Achieved i fame as a .patron of aeronautics. j W'njr on the anxloua He set About the air for T' Sam. and to accomplish this feat Congress to tlwre's .the Ihla General aalts Is to- In- the military strength: Ih short. It's a war ttieavure. an'd just now haa a conflict on with the which Is glvinir that body as much of a tante of warfare any of. American Clti- tens might desire. Besides., oojfictlon to General Aljen's air-conquering- plans likely to from members who reptsof.nt districts where benefits to jfrlmiltilre are; Of first Their toward, aviation, >spe- clallr If It requires spending million. Is likely to take a criikip hi chief, ..vhiinnAj, far putting America first In air-navigation. Consequently, General Allen >cx'uples thr anxious seat outakie the legislative hall, with prospvrt of moving to the j mourner's' bench the, inMtter has .-W'AiSHIXviT.O.N'. 'j's'r .-J4. .important 'Incisions hy s-tjite months: tinrtrtri) that body In. tjon of r.n'roail iTT.tt others -and' i.he Fsiriiiiini- rympany pt al. t and tKf Rlue Vaflci against tke Uailroad' company and of rniri. Tirpp. inter- heart he is benevote-it to poae a hatw'rallj1 o'lent tnjin. ore who dues kindly from the nnture of biMng: a to his to oilier. if he. And to oaure this to.j'n-frtrfh ami take hold of the of of all not llfcS> TO act .Wl offlciata elected unleVs the'king the Initiative April, if sucli an election. m-j' future "BeTIoti in have to lo ofncials relief under, the .charter. However, t J': the. general (.-vv ithit; Y t-liartet' 'formally adopted vote of the people n ould REfCH hicW >XWK AhfER Vca. hira -tf one to last sumtaer. Rut this is sufficient for j of. the three an only the present power of Tour city Is'growing so fast; the .power needed, is Jncreatslng at such rate that in than no'tlme we would and Its opponents have to the rapacity of oiir by John Walker of who T juu.l _i.._ t _ _._jL.l steam pliant again. In Order to secure sufficient power to take, care of fhe djiiiand In: this for many years to cc'-e, we have another source of power, and hue to of nogotlated j of; that he heen ln to awa-y. with any poaslble the to l involved It would have earned tor King Kdward lasting gratitude of shoals, whlcH1 eventual tit- I'lffanwii- wi -it has .been 'y a'ttit. the oat to the botio.i. r that if regular election is'reduoed the other to state of stag- all be requested helple-t-.esa, the survivora of XEW Jan. >V than off Mner. R.pubi.c The i, much at- peopW ntton to.the dispute the na- ftf W will on the north tn. of the r Wotk Under Way. the otf Thru.) work on north aide irf the Pea'.-Is in_charpe of inidj "Burk. notri. They have MenAfa Kuthsrh IW.van on- the, ground near Manitou, und aided h> aiu or other engineers, are rapidly completing the prslihilnary work. The camp will Short ly be connttted hy telephone to our ufrtce In the Hagerman h-ulldlng. w.here Mr. Tripp will eetahliah a draft. Ing room, etc." 'Mr. a report pWWIfhed Th The- Oaiette. to the thaf H, P for tniiny con, snd recently acting of Pn loek'a. power and rl l for prtaidertcy-. last December-are now the ne tomorrow' or "Wodncdday, The .controversy is bitter and charges of 'Mpiroier' influence- in have been it reported that If 'the twint does riot give a, Mr. .will attempt to have a 'Sufficient num- ber of votes .-thrown out to put the final decision before the _. fdrinulatlng tlva' da- mands anthracite miners paratory to a on frrenrc -ntth the op- a of the United Mine Wo-rkern of America -by the op- erators; working day eight hours, with no reduction of __ intned erators, ia for the following Complete bit of sentiment natarally would have strengthened the the and Just now Brit- ain npcds all the alUee: she can FOR THE WRIGHT pledge themselves to resign aa soon the charter is adopted and ofliclals under iu provisions. Faptf The a this thrilling -ea tragedy have a haven at last. At nightfall grrs from the two vemls were safe in this port, .by the Ra'- conventlon might rush Its wcrk to have the .charter adopted by which transferred from to Orvflle WHbwr Wright by Congress, In rvcgnttlon and appre- ciation of their great In the ad. of aerial navlgmtlon and for -their ability.. ig. navijattng the ttr. If tha approves a adopted by the today Introdncwl the until April. not The pro- of Ida) Vesolutlon the charter ANTIRACC BILL PASSED Cal.. Jan shall "be for by toh of S.OW MotlBid the jsnate today that antl- Walker stated fmployes receiving than if had the ti M s day have a 10 per race-track bill Ve advance, and that receiving more tl "ft but than n a day. ahail ham n 5 cent that he nould and s the vide.that the convention shall certify- a proposed cliartet-to city clerk not than SO or more than if their election, oMtnarce recently by the City Council likes the date of, the next charter election on "the next, Tuesday first following the forty-Hfth day after the date of cer- tification of -said propoisd charter to the city clerk of the city of Colorado The convention members of convention were elected Jann- ary If, and therefore not pos- sibly certify s charter to Whltaker until Febraary revenue cutter Oreaham after staving up to "the hwt moment toy their (ink- ing veiwl. At her dock in Brooklyn WM the pattered Florida, aboard which her had re.. throughout her trying U to be' apparent that the pa thtee la quesilon the mogt remarkable uerles of happenings In the of Osje MX fifty p'sonftrt from and Jeopardy for beurs the wtreJaw nrtrer and New RepHbHr IMIt th-> call ;ily kviiiglag iNEWSPAPERl U. and the "next IH
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