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  • March 19, 1913

  • The resignation of Ed M. Andrews as a member of the city library board was tendered to, and accepted by the city council yesterday evening. Mr. Andrews stated in his communication that inasmuch as he was absent from the city a great deal that he could not discharge his duties properly.
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  • The resignation of Ed M. Andrews as a member of the city library board was tendered to, and accepted by the city council yesterday evening. Mr. Andrews stated in his communication that inasmuch as he was absent from the city a great deal that he could not discharge his duties properly.
    Mayor Eifert submitted the name of Mrs. E.B. Pickel as a member of the board. It was confirmed.
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    Attorney W.P. Mealy appeared before the city council at their regular session yesterday evening and made a plea for the removal of a license of $250 a year on ice cream cone wagons on the streets. Mr. Mealy stated that the license was excessive and that ice cream cone men interfered with no business houses in the city as they caught only street trade.
    A petition was presented to the council, which was referred to the street and road committee.
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    The city council yesterday evening instructed the city recorder to advertise for bids for the paving of the Bear Creek Bridge. This means that it will be a month at least before the pavement is laid, which will be as early as a paving company will be ready to do the work.
    The present condition of the bridge makes it very inconvenient for Eastsiders as they have to drive north to Jackson Street to cross Bear Creek.
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