Alexandria Gazette in Alexandria, Virginia 24 Nov 1920
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Alexandria Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Alexandria, VirginiaOfficial a Board of aldermen at a regular meeting of the boar of aldermen held. Tuesday never Ber 2�. 1920, there were present f f. Marbury es-q., president an messes. Robinson Ballenger Witkins Bathe lick. Resolutions appropriating $1601 for the automatic Bell ringers in the re engine houses Laid on the table november 9. 1920, was taken up an passer by the following vote. Ayes 5 noes 0. The of Licking papers received fro to the lower Board Anci their action concurred a ordinance to prohibit the Sale Exchange and delivery of. Bread in the City of Alexandria a. Unless the same shall be closely wrapped1 and sealed passed ayes 5 noes 0. Ordinance regulating the Sale Exchange and delivery of milk and Cream providing for the cleansing of milk and Cream within the City of Alexandria. Petition granting Carter Bros per Mission to repair 310 South Pitt Street. Petition from the Alexandria hos Pital for Relief of taxes on the lot on North Street Laid Over. Petition from sundry citizens objecting to the. Stable of the it. Ver non Dairy. Petition from Reid and Popkins re Garding the removal of stable of it. Vernon Dairy. Bill of mrs. Baggett for $13.00 for cleaning out sewer running through her premises. Ordinance regulating the Price of Gas. Resolution making a loan to the City Gas works of $25,000 to pay for re water set Coal and other incidental expenses. Petition from w. J. Mccaffrey re Garding the poor Gas furnished. Resolution appropriating $335 to i a n i to "xtr.1.j,. I pay balance due on two motorcycles. Petition front the it. Vernon d chapter of the daughters of. The ame rican revolution. I. Communication from or. W. J. My Caffrey regarding the efficiency of the Pel ice department. V to Oil Cdr d to prepare Urslis Yafeh each dealer r. With a copy of the new ordinance re gaming the wrapping of bread also i ordinance regarding tic delivery of milk. J petition from p a. Larlue for per Mission to erect garage at 12g North Fayette Street. Petition from l. W. Recker to in crease size of garage no. 20b South Fayette Street. Common Council at a regular meeting of the com Mon Council of the City of Alexan Dria va., held november 23rd, 1u20, there were present h. R. Burke esq., president and messes. Mccaffrey matter Ruben Ticer ,1 Wattles Desmond Prutz Sullivan Baggett Balling or Lawler Fletcher and Devers. An ordinance to prohibit the Sale Exchange and delivery of bread in the City of Alexandria unless the same shall be closely wrapped sealed As herein provided for and providing a penalty for a violation was recommended by the committee on health and read the second and third time and passed. Ayes 14 noes 0. An ordinance regulating the Sale Exchange and delivery of milk and Cream providing for the cleansing of milk and Cream bottles within the City of Alexandria a. Was recommended my the committee on health and read the second and third time and passed. Ayes 14 noes 0. A Resolution offered by or. Flet juber instructing the health officer to furnish dealers in bread a copy off tie read u " a Resolution by or. Fletcher instructing the health officer to furnish milk dealers a copy of the milk Law was passed. A Resolution by or. Fletcher approx the sum of $3,50 to pay bal an be Outt on to m Tori cycles was passed ayes messes. Mccaffrey matter Ruben. Tiger Downham wat tics Desmond. Drury Ballanger Law Ler. Fletcher reavers and or. President.13 noes messes. Sullivan and raggett.2. A communication Rem the of trustees of the a Lexandria hos pits requesting that taxes assessed for the Columbus Street property to the Hospital amounting to$542.-12 be remitted was received. And a Resolution offered by or. Tiger appropriating the sum of $542.42 to Rem Burse the Hospital for the amount of taxes assessed was passed ayes 14 noes 0. The following permissions were granted to the daughters of the Ameri can revolution to erect mile Stone on the East Side of Russell Road. Also to Carter Bros for alteration to porches rear of 310 South Pitt Street. Also to l. W. Rocker to Widen Gar age at no. 20 5 South Fayette Street. An act to regulate and fix the Price of Gas was read the first time and referred to the joint committee on Light and finance. A Resolution to make a loan of $25, 000 to construct water set and other expenses the City Gas works was offered by or. Wattles referred j to the joint committee on Light and finance to be reported at a special meeting to be held Friday night november 20th at 7.30 o clock. A from or. Mcclaf i Frey relating to the condition at the City Gas works was referred to the committee on Light. y. My m of m i 111 i i i it till try v my to it jgj�i�5io0� 2 a t i 3e&" it a a r Vyt 3 11 w am i �s3 i4. A 1way .4"?-v watch your savings groovy Ryff a when you install a. R original a hot,blast1heater t g 7""he famous hot blast draft in this remarkable stove Burns All the combustible gases from the i stoves waste this valuable portion of the fuel. J that i Why Cole s original hot blast Heaters Are guaranteed to consume one third less fuel than any under draft stove of the same size. Stop and think what this saving will mean to you with Coal at its present Prie. Remember Cole s original hot blast will a save of third your fuel Burn any fuel. Hold fire thirty six hours i step in today and lot us show you this Groat fuel Saver. The big store Michelbach s Su-16 King by. I Homs 5 i a communication from or. Mcclaf Jofrey relating to the polic e Force and the health department was referred j to the joint committee or. Police and j health. A communication from North Fay Ette Street was referred to the com Mittee on streets. A petition from property owners protesting against a shed used for a i stable by the it. Vernon Dairy Ati the Corner of Prince and Alfred streets was referred to the commit tee on a petition from w. F. Reid and j l. A. Popkins owners of the Dairy at Corner of Alfred and Prince Street requesting that they be allowed to retain a shed erect j of on their property without a permit was referred to the committee on streets. The Board then adjourned. H. R. Burke president i Teste Daniel r. Stansbury clerk of j common Council. If old people lived backwards they could buy Annuli cities with the Money they have lost. If All is not lost a Small amount will secure a Large life income. Consult us. National life insurance company of Vermont. Mutual Esiah sned 1850 John t Worthington i District agent i King Street Alexandria. A. J refuse jail Bath search nets $1,200 Roanoke. Va., nov. 21william Porter alias William Harris anal Charles Carter held Here in connection with the robbery of the Glasgow va., Bank Early last Friday upon refusal to take Baths aroused suspicions of jail attendants last night and a search of their persons resulted in the finding of $1,200, the police announced today. Seven $100 Bills were discovered j in a Bandage on Porter s Abdomen j which according t the police the j prisoner claimed was placed there j following a recent operation. An i other $100 Bill was found sewed in the lining of Porter is Vest the police said. They added that four $ 100 Bills were discovered in Carter s us Denver. This Money with $450 found on the body of James b. Rogers who was killed in a Gur. Fight with local police Friday makes a total of $1,050 in currency taken from the Trio in addition to $06,253 in Liberty Bonds and securities discovered in a � � ? Barracks bag. � pm chief of police rigid by announced j last night that a Thor Ough Rcck Dot t x it nation will be made of tie seven Pas Sci Ger Anton Robite in which Thor Trio were halted identity of the three men and wife flier they were connected with robberies at Point s other the Glas Gow has not been definitely established the police said. Toys and Xmas wednesday dec. 1st shop now at our very special prices r. E. Knight and son 21-25 Kinin Street phone 41. The Universal car Christmas gift immediate delivery on All types of new Foitl cars by a special arrangement we have been Able to get an extra allotment of new cars for the months of november and december. Don t fail to gel your car now while we have these few cars on hand. We have sold 86 cars so far this month and sales Are Corri ing in every Day. After the first of the year we will not be Able to get sufficient cars to meet the demand. Electric starting and lighting Demountable rims 4 gives you All conveniences which you get in a $5000 car. Buy your Ford now 1f Al Auto sales co. I a % to a at. . a. . . a. a. . A. A. A aaaaaa.4.4 v 117-151 North Fairfax Street a Mon. It phone 449 for a Salesman to Call 5 4 body Huml
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