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(Telephones-Unless otherwise stated, call Main 4600

or Central 1 for any of the officials listed below). EXECUTIVE

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES

Thomas S. Farrell, Director. MAYOR-HARRY L. DAVIS.

Director's Secretary-Harold S. Weidel.

228 City Hall. Mayor's Secretary--Nathan E. Cook.

Division of Water

George B. Dusínberre, Commissioner; J. T. MarDEPARTMENT OF LAW

tin, Deputy Commissioner, 211 City Hall.

Division of Light and Heat-
W. S. FitzGerald, Director.

W. E. Davis, Commissioner, 228 City Hall.
Managing Clerk-J. M. Crawford.
Assistants-Wm. B. Woods.

Board of Control-Mayor Davis, President, and James T. Cassidy.

Directors FitzGerald, Bernstein, Beman, Sprosty, A. A. Cartwright.

Neal and Farrell. Nathan E. Cook, Secretary. 304 City Hall.

Room 305 City Hall.
Assistant Prosecutors-James L. Lind.
Herman E. Kohen.

Civil Service Commission-Ralph W. Edwards, L
Edward Stanton

A. Deutsch and Benedict Crowell, Commissioners.
E. J. Russick.

E. A. Kline, Secretary, 414 City Hall.
W. B. Cole.
Central Police Station
Main 1330

Central 4021

Sinking Fund Commission--Mayor Davis, Presi:

dent; Clarence J. Neal, Secretary, and President

of City Council Thompson. J. H. Morris, Asst. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE

Secretary, 128 City Hall.
Alex Bernstein, Director.
Director's Secretary-Floyd E. Waite, 314 City

Board of Revision of Assessments--Mayor Davis, Hall.

President; Clarence J. Neal, Secretary; Directors Division of Streets

FitzGerald and Bernstein, and President of City John G. Tomson, Commissioner, 124 City Hall.

Council Thompson, 305 City Hall.
Street Lighting, Albert Moritz, Supt., 112 City
Hall. Sidewalks, 617 City Hall. Street Signs
and House Numbers, Fred P. Troyan, Supt., 617

City Architect-F. H Betz, 604 City Hall.
City Hall.
Division of Parks and Public Grounds-

CITY STREET RAILROAD COMMISSIONER-
Lyman 0. Newell,_Commissioner, 436 City Hall.

Fielder Sanders, 830 Leader-News Bldg., Main 5271, H. C. Hyatt, City Forester, 435 City Hall. Chas.

Central 348.
Kibler, Supt. of Markets, Weights and Measures.
Central and West Side Markets, Cemeteries, 435
City Hall.

LEGISLATIVE
Division of Recreation-

CITY COUNCIL
J. F. Potts, Commissioner, Room 435.
Division of Engineering and Construction

President-William F. Thompson.
Robert Hoffman, Commissioner, 618 City Hall.

Ward Name

Address 1 Alva R Dittrick....

8700 Lorain Ave 2 Charles V. Dickerson.

.5834 Storer Ave DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE

3 Sampel B. Michell.

7915 Madison Ave N. W

4 Lamar T. Beman, Director,

Frank J. Faulhaber

2185 West 67th St 5 John P. Becker..

3308 Fulton Rd Director's Secretary--Philmore J. Haber, 327 City

6 Clayton C. Townes.

.3800 West 33rd St Hall.

7 Division of Health

Jerry R. Zmunt..

.2172 West 14th St 8 W. J. Horrigan..

4607 Franklin Ave Dr. Robert H. Bishop. Jr., Commissioner.

9 J. J. McGinty.

2741 Commercial Rd Dr. Martin Friedrich, Medical Expert.

10 John W. Reynolds.

1760 East 27th St 117 City Hall.

11 Thomas W. Fleming.

2171 East 3th St Division of Employment-

12 Charles F. Arndt, Commissioner, 109 City Hall.

Benjamin H. Schwartz.

2544 East 50th St 13 Charles A. Kadlecek.

5314 McBride Ave Bureau of Immigration

14 Jos, F. Sledz.....

3593 East 65th St. John Prucha, Chief, 103 City Hall.

15 Wm. F. Thompson.

9213 Miles Ave Bureau of Outdoor Relief--106 City Hall.

16 William A. Kenney, Supt.

R. S. Taylor..

9308 Kinsman Rd 17

Wm. L. Wagner. Parole officer-

5816 Woodland Ave.

18 A. E. Maska, 327 City Hall.

Harry C. Gahn.

4912 Cerlar Ave 19 Wm. Stolte

10813 Fairchild Ave City Chemist

20 Charles B. Stannard.

1679 East 82nd St W. White, 609 City Hall.

21 John Sulzmann.

1338 East 81st St 22 Edward A. Meyers.

. 1739 East 70th St.

23 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Adam J. Damm.

1046 East 74th St. 24 E H. Krueger.

899 Parkwood Dr. A. B. Sprosty, Director.

25 J. E. Smith.

1376 East 112th St. Division of Police

26 William Roll.

15322 St. Clair Ave. W. S. Rowe, Chief, Central Police Station, Main

Clerk-R, E. Collins, 316 City Hall. 26, Central 542. Secretary of Police Department,

W. W. Norris, Room 330 City Hall.
Division of Fire-

JUDICIAL
George A. Wallace, Chief, 328_City Hall. Fire
Prevention Bureau, Thomas F. Connell, Chief

MUNICIPAL COURT
Warden, Room 328 City Hall. Secretary of the
Fire Department, Room 330 City Hall.

Civil Branch
Division of Buildings-

Chief Justice--William H. McGannon. E. W. Cunningham, Commissioner, 605 City Hall.

Judges--Geo P. Baer, William L. Hemmings, Commissioner of Di

Daniel B. Cull, vision of Smoke, 330 City Hall.

Wm. B. Beebe,
Frank C. Phillips,

Samuel H. Silbert,
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE-

David Movlan.
Clarence J. Neal, Director.

Pierre A. White.
226 City Hall.

Bailiff-Chas. L. Seizer.
Division of Accounts

City Hall. Main 4600, Central 1.
C. S. Metcalf, Commissioner, 226 City Hall.
Division of Treasury

Criminal Branch
B. H. Dayton, City Treasurer, 216 City Hall.
City Hall.

Judges-Wm. C. Keough,
Division of Assessments and Licenses-

Samuel E. Kramer. L. C. Cukr, Commissioner. 226 City Hall.

Central Police Station. Main 1330, Central 4021. Division of Purchases and SuppliesEdward Shattuck, Commissioner, 219 City Hall

Clerk-Peter J. Henry.

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE CITY OF CLEVELAND

VOL. 4

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1917

NO. 196

per

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accordance with section 189 of the charter of the The City Record

city of Cleveland and the classification adopted by
the civil service commission in pursuance thereto,

the number and salaries of the employes of the Published weekly under authority

department of law be fixed as follows: of the Charter of the City of

One managing clerk, who shall receive a salary
Cleveland

of eighteen hundred dollars ($1,800.00)

annum. Subscription (by Mail) 50cts a year Class C.

Grade 7. Address all communications to'

Two stenographers, who shall be competent to

take court reporting and who shall receive a salR, E. COLLINS,

ary of twelve hundred dollars ($1,200.00) each Clerk of Council,

per annum.

Class c. 316 City Hall.

Grade 6. Entered as second-class matter

One senior stenographer, who shall receive a

salary of nine hundred dollars ($900.00) per February 18, 1914, at the post-office

annum.
at Cleveland, Ohio, under the Act One assistant police prosecutor, who shall re-
of March 3, 1879.

ceive a salary of eighteen hundred dollars ($1.-
800.00) per annum, and shall give bond in the

sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00). BOARD OF CONTROL

One telephone operator, who shall receive a salary of seven hundred and twenty dollars

($720.00) Ler annum. The regular meeting of the board

One assistant to the director of law, who shall of control was called to order by

receive a salary of four thousand dollars ($4.Director FitzGerald at 10 a. m.,

000.00) per annum, and shall give bond in the Friday, September 28, 1917.

sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00). Present-Directors FitzGerald,

One assistant to the director of law, who shall

receive a salary of three thousand two hundred Bernstein, Beman, Sprosty, Neal dollars ($3,200.00) per annum, and shall give and Farrell.

bond in the sum

of one thousand dollars

($1.000.00). Absent-Mayor Davis. The minutes of the previous

One assistant to the director of law, who shall

receive a salary of three thousand ($3,000.00) per meeting were approved as pre- annum, and shall give bond in the sum of one sented and on motion of the acting thousand dollars ($1,000.00). president the following resolutions One assistant to the director of law, who shall were adopted:

receive a salary of two thousand eight hundred

dollars ($2.800.00). and shall give bond in the RESOLUTIONS

sum of one thousand dollars ($1.000.00).

One assistant police prosecutor, who shall be File No. 4922.

designated as the chief assistant police prosecuBy Director Farrell.

tor, and who shall receive a salary of one thou

sand nine hundred dollars ($1,900.00) per annum, Whereas, the council of the city

and shall give bond in the sum of one thousand of Cleveland, on September 24th, dollars ($1,000.00). 1917, passed Ord. No. 45434, au- One assistant police prosecutor, who shall rethorizing the director of public ceive a salary of one thousand seven hundred dolutilities to expend a further sum

lars ($1,700.00) per annum, and shall give bond

in the sum of one thousand dollars ($1.000.00). of $30,000.00 for the furnishing of Two assistant police prosecutors, who shall relabor, materjal and equipment ceive a salary of one thousand three hundred

dollars ($1,300.00) each per annum, and shall necessary for the removal of crib

each give bond in the sum of one thousand dolNo. 5 of the division of water and lars ($1,000.00). fitting the intake for use, now, Sec. 2. therefore,

That the foregoing clas

sification and rates of salary of emBe it resolved by the board of

ployees in the law department take control that the director of public

effect as of September 15, 1917. utilities be and he is hereby au- Sec. 3. thorized and directed to enter into

That original resolution

No. 47, adopted January 28, 1914, a subsidiary agreement with the

and amendments thereto be and Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Com

the same are hereby repealed. pany, modifying contract No. 11735

File No. 4924. to cover additional labor, material and equipment to an additional

By Director Beman. amount not to exceed $30,000.00.

Resolved by the board of control File No. 4923.

that in accordance with section 189 Director FitzGerald.

of the charter of the city of CleveBe it resolved by the board of

land and the classification adopted control:

by the civil service commission purSection 1. That Resolution No. suant thereto, the number, salaries, 4268 of the board of control adop

and bonds of the employees and ted March 26, 1917, be and the same

officials of the subdivision of city is hereby amended so as to read as

hospital, division of charities and follows:

correction, department of public Be it resolved by the board of control, that in

welfare, be and the same are here

by fixed as follows:
No. of

Title

Classification Employees

Position

Per Annum SUPERVISION A-1 1 Superintendent, with board and lodging. not to exceed

$3,600.00 Bond, $5,000.00. 1 Asst. supt. medical, with board and lodging, not to exceed

2,000.00 Bond, $1,000.00. 1 Asst. Supt. service, with board and lodging, not to exceed

1,200.00
Bond, $2,000.00.
1 Resident physician (genl. hospital),

with board and lodging, not to
exceed ..

600.00 1 Resident physician (genl. hospital)

with board and lodging. not to exceed

600.00 1 Resident surgeon (contagious), with

board and lodging, not to exceed. 600.00 1 Resident physician (admitting of

fcer), with board and lodging,
not to exceed

600.00 1 Principal training school, with

board and lodging, not to exceed. 1,800.00 1 Asst. principal training school, with

board and lodging, not to exceed. 1,000.00 1 Instructor training school, with

board and lodging, not to exceed. 1,200.00
1 Supt. of bldgs. (chief eng.), with
board and lodging. not to exceed. 1,500.00

CLERK HIRE A-2
1 Senior bookkeeper, E-1, with board

and lodging. not to exceed . . . . . . $1,200.00

Bond, $1,000.00.
1 Secretary to superintendent, not to
exceed

900.00
1 Jr. stenographer, C-3 (bookkeep-
ers), not to exceed

660.00 1 Jr. stenographer, C-3 (office), not to exceed

600.00 1 Er. stenographer, C-4, not to exceed 780.00 1 Record keeper, B, not to exceed... 660.00 1 Secretary to asst. supt. medical, not to exceed

600.00 4 Telephone operators , A (each), not to exceed

480.00 LABOR-OPERATION A-3 125 Pupil nurses, with board and lodging, not to exceed

$ 120.00 3 Supervisors (contagious hosp.). with

board and lodging, not to exceed. 900.00 2 Sur ervisors (each), with board and lodging. not to exceed

840:00 18 Head nurses, with board and lodging. not to exceed

840.00 1 Special duty nurse at prevailing

wages, with board and lodging.. 540.00 1 Chief orderly, with board and lodging not to exceed

540.00 9 Orderlies, with board and lodging. not to exceed

480.00 21 Orderlies, with board and lodging, not to exceed

420.00 7 Female attendants, with board and lodging, not to exceed

360.00 1 Night attendant, with board and lodging, not to exceed

600.00 1 Social service worker, with board and lodging. not to exceed

900.00 CENTRAL STOREROOM 1 Storekeeper, D, not to exceed......$ 900.00

Bond. $500.00. 1 Asst. storekeeper, B, not to exceed.. 780.00

Bond, $500.00. 1 Laundry manager, not to exceed.... 720.00 2 Washers, not to exceed

600.00 1 Wringer operator, not to exceed... 540.00 18 Laundresses, per hour, not to exceed 6 Laundrymen, not to exceed

480.00 5 Engineers, not to exceed

1,260.00 6 Firemen, not to exceed

1,080.00 1 Engineers helper, not to exceed.... 840.00 1 Handy man, not to exceed

960.00 1 Steamfitter, with board and lodging, not to exceed

1.260.00 1 Handyman, with board and lodging, not to exceed

.$ 360,00

.25

PILARMACY 1 Druggist, with bard and lodging. not to exceed

.$ 901,00 1 Asst. druggist, with bard and lodging, not to exceed

420 00 LABORATORIES AND MORGCE 1 Pathologist, with board and lodg. ing. not to exceed

.$1,200.00 1 Resident pathologist, with board and lodgirg, not to exceed

600.00 1 Roentengenozlist, with board and I dging, not to exceed

600.00 1 Laboratory man, with board and lodging, not to exceed

600.00 1 Asst. laboratory man, with board and lodging. not to exceed

420.00 TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL 1 Head cook, Bith board and lodging, not to exceed!

.$ 480.00 1 Asst. Cook, with board and lodging, not to exceed

420,00 2 Housemen, with board and lodging, not to exceed

300.00 3 Housewomen, per day, not to exceed 2.00 5 PANTRY GIRLS, with board and ledging net to exceed

360.00 CONTAGIOUS DISEASE HOSPITAL 1 Head cook, with board and lodging, not to exceed

.$ 480.00 1 Asst. cook, with board and lodgin: not to exceed

420.00 1 Night cook, with board and lodiging, not to exceed

360.00 1 Dietitian, with board and lodging, not to exceed

480.00 1 Waitress, with board and lodging. not to exceed

300.00 1 Sterilizer operator, with board and lodging, not o exceed.

360.00 6 Houseworren, with board and lodging not to exceed

360.00 1 Wallwasher, with board and lodging, not to exceed

420.00 1 Perter, with board and lodging, not to exceed

360.00 1 Linen room woman, with board and lodging, not to exceed

360.00 1 Kitchen woman, with board and lodging, not to exceed

300.00 MAIN HOSPITAL 1 Cook, with board and lodging. not to exceed

000.00 2 Asst. cooks, with board and lodging, not to exceed

360.00 4 Kitchen women, with board and lodging. not to exceed

360.00 10 PANTRY GIRLS, with board and Iedging. not to exceed

350.00 1 Peeler, with board and lodging, not to exceed

360.00 1 Maid to superintendent's quarters,

with board and lodging, not to
exceed

360.00 14 Housewomen (each per day), not to exceed

2.00 3 Housemen, with board and lodging, 1.0t to exceed

360.00 5 Attendants, with board and lodging, not to exceed

3€0.00 CENTRAL LINEN ROOM 1 Supervisor (sewing rooin), not to exceed ...

600.00 2 Hlousewomen, not to exceed

480.00 3 Ilousewomen (each per day), not to exceed

2.00 OBSERVATION DEPT. 1 Head cook, with board and lodging. not to exceed

$ 480.00 1 Asst. cook, with board and lodging, not to exceed

1 Waitress, with beard and lodging, not to exceed

360.00 5 PANTRY GIRLS, with board and lodging, not to exceed

360.00 1 Dishwasher, with board and lodging, not to exceed

500.00 8 Housewomen (per day each) not to exceed ..

2.00 3 Housemen, with board and lodging, not to exceed

360.00 1 Peeler, with bard and lodging, not to exceed

300.00 NEW SERVICE BUILDING 3 Housewomen (each per day), not to exceed

2 00 1 Houseman, with board and lodging, not to exceed

360.00 MISCELLANEOUS 1 Housekeeper, with board and Jodg ing. not to exceed

$ 900 00 1 Dietitian, with board and lodging. not to exceed

720.00 1 Beker, with board and lodging, not to exceed

1,200.00 1 Butcher, with board and lodging, not to exceed

1,050.00 2 Groundkeepers, with board

and lodging, not to exceed

480.00 1 (hauffeur, with board and lodging, not to exceed

720.00 1 Asst. chauffeur with board and lodging, not to exceed

540.00 1 Laborer (per day) not to exceed... 2.00 Such mechanics as may be necessary

at prevailing rate of wages.
Such laborers as may be necessary

at prevailing rate of wages. 1 Handyman, not to exceed

.$ 480.00 2 Carpenters, each, not to exceed.. 960.00 1 Painter, not to exceed

960.00 1 Helper, with board and lodging, not to exceed

300.00 And be it further resolved that these provisions shall date back and be in force from and after September 15, 1917.

And be it further resolved that resolution 4898 adopted by the board of control be and the same is hereby rescinded. NATHAN E. COOK,

Secretary.

29, 1917, for paving and improving Locke ave. N. E., from Eddy rd. N. E. to Cleveland rd. N. E., in accordance with his bid for the same, approximately $18,416.31.

(Re-assessment will be necessary).

File No. 4927.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that the commissioner of purchases and supplies be and he is hereby authorized and directed to purchase from the owner thereof, Nettie Reilley, for a consideration not to exceed nine hundred dollars ($900) the following described premises, to-wit:

Situated in the city of Cleveland, county of Cuyahoga, and state of Ohio, and known as being sub lot No. one hundred and seventy-one (171) in Hill Crest subdivision of a part of original Brooklyn township lots Nos. 14 and 15 as shown by the recorded plat of said subdivision in volume 41 of maps, page 8 of Cuyahoga county records.

Said sublot No. 171 has a frontage of 40 feet on the westerly side of W. 100th st. and is 124.54 feet deep on the northerly line, 124.85 feet deep on the southerly line and has a rear line of 40 feet, as shown by said plat.

That the commissioner of purchases and supplies be and he is hereby authorized and directed to expend an amount not to exceed nine hundred dollars ($900) out of the street intersection fund and pay the same to the owner, Nettie Reilley, upon delivery to the city of a good and sufficient warranty deed and certificate of title showing said premises to be free and clear of all incumbrances whatsoever except the taxes for 1917 and thereafter and to the satisfaction of the

rector of law.
File No. 4928.
By Director Beman.

Resolved by the board of control of the city of Cleveland, that the director of public welfare be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with the Zettlemeyer Coal Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, for approximately one thousand (1,000) tons of coal at $5.83 per ton according to their bid of September 21st, 1917, for the subdivision of outdoor relief, department of public welfare.

File No. 4929. By Director Beman. Resolved, by the board of control of the city of Cleveland, that the director of public welfare be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with the Zettlemeyer Coal Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, for approximately two thousand (2,000) tons of coal at $5.60 per ton according to their bid of

The regular meeting of the board of control was called to order by Director Bernstein at 10:45 a. m., Monday morning, October 1, 1917.

Present: Directors Bernstein, Beman, Sprosty, Neal and Farrell.

Absent: Mayor Davis and Director FitzGerald.

The minutes of the previous meeting were approved as presented and on motion of Director Bernstein the following resolutions were adopted:

File No. 4925.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with The Connelly Construction Company, 437 The Arcade, the lowest and best bidder August 24th, 1917, for constructing section No. 4 of the south intercepting sewer, of brick, in accordance with its bid for the same, approximately $163,325.00.

File No. 4926.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with Mr. 0. J. Leach, the lowest and best bidder August

420.00 4 Housewomen(each per day), not to

2.00 4 Tusemen, with board and lodging, not to exceed

360.00 1 Peeler, with board and lodging, not to exceed

300.00 1 PANTRY GIRL, with board and lodging. not to exceed

360.00 NEW ADMINISTRATION BLDG. 3 Housewomen, not to exceed

2.00 1 Houseman, not to exceed

360.00 NEW NURSES HOME 1 Matron, with board and lodging, not to exceed

840.00 2 Mending women (each), with board and lodging, not to excred

360.00 1 Head cook, with board and lodging. not to exceed

480.00 1 Asst. Cook, with board and lodging. not to exceed

420.00

exceed .

September 21st for the subdivision of city hospital, department of public welfare.

File No. 4930.
By Director Beman.

Be it resolved by the board of control of the city of Cleveland, that contract No. 11789 entered into with the director of public welfare and The Brown Hoisting Machinery Co., Cleveland, Ohio, for furnishing and installing a one ton monorail system with the necessary equipment for handling coal for the city hospital, Ohio, in the sum of seven thousand four hundred and twenty dollars ($7,420.00), be and the same is hereby approved. NATHAN E. COOK,

Secretary.

office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, room 219 city hall, until 12 o'clock m., October 10th, 1917, and will be opened in the council chamber, city hall, imme. diately thereafter, for grading, draining, curbing, paving and improving the following named thoroughfare, between the points named:

W. 82nd st., from Denison ave. S. W. to Almira ave. S. W.

And for grading, draining and improving the following named thoroughfare, between the points named:

W. 105th st., from Lorain ave. to Thrush ave. S. W.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the plans and specifications which may be seen at the office of the commissioner of engineering, room 618 city hall.

No proposal will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the commissioner of engineering and delivered at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, room 219 city hall, previous to 12 o'clock m., eastern time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

September 26, October 3, 1917.

metic.

Special Subject: A written examination consisting of practical questions based on the duties of the position and the building code, and may, in the discretion of the commission, include an oral examination and practical test in inspecting building materials and reading blue prints.

Experience tending to qualify applicants to perform the duties of the position, verified to the satisfaction of the commission, will be considered and given weight as a subject of the examination,

Duties: The duties of incumbents of these positions are to inspect and report on construction, alteration

maintenance work on buildings and other structures, as to authorization, materials, compliance with the building code and with the regulations and principles of public health and safety, to make surveys of old buildings or buildings thought to be unsafe, and to inspect and report on places of pubilc assemblage, theatres, amusement devices, etc.,

as to their fitness to be licensed and used.

Qualifications: Practical experience as architect, engineer, mason, carpenter, plumber, iron worker, plasterer or as inspector of building construction work. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION,

Edward A, Kline,

Secretary.

or

CIVIL SERVICE NOTICES

PROPOSALS Division of Purchases and Supplies

Applications and full information covering the following examinations may now be obtained at the office of the civil service commission, 414 City Hall. Applications should be obtained as soon as possible, and must be filed by applicant in person at that office not later than 12

o'clock noon of the seventh day preceding the date of the examination.

Until further notice all examinations will be held at the examination room, second floor old Court House (Public Square).

TURBINE REDUCTION GEAR DRIVEN

CENTRIFUGAL PUMPING UNIT FOR FAIRMOUNT PUMPING STATION, DIVISION OF WATER

Sealed bids will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, city hall, Cleveland, Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, October 11th, 1917, for one turbine reduction gear driven centrifugal pump unit for Fairmount pumping station, division of water, and will be opened and read in room 305 city hall, immediately thereafter.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying at the office of the commissioner of water.

No proposal will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the commissioner of water and delivered to the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

September 26, October 3, 1917.

PAVING, DRAINING AND IMPROVING

EDGEWATER CLIFF BOULEVARD FROM LAKE AVE. TO THE WESTERLY LINE OF EDGEWATER CLIFF LAND CO.'S LAND

Sealed bids will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, city hall, Cleveland, Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time. Wednesday, October 10th, 1917, for paving, draining and otlerwise improving EdgeWater Cliff blvd. from Lake ave. to the Westerly end of the Edgewater Cliff Land Co.'s land, with bitulithic Wearing surface on concrete base or with 4-inch brick on concrete base built monolithic, and will be opened and read in room 305, city hall, immediately thereafter.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying to park engineer's office, No. 435 city hall.

No proposals will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by park engineer, and delivered to the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

September 26, October 3, 1917.

SENIOR INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC

WORKS. IW-2, Division

OF STREETS Civil service promotion examination will be held at a date to be later announced for the position of senior inspector of public works in the division of streets.

Salary-- $1,200.00 per annum.

This examination is restricted to civil service employees holding positions of inspector of public works, IW-1, (formerly inspector of street openings), in the division of streets,

The subjects of the examination will include the following: (1) A written examination consisting of practical questions relating to the duties of the position; (2) An oral examination to be conducted by a committee of experts designated for that purpose; (3) Experience as an inspector, and seniority and record in the department verified to the satisfaction of the commission will be considered and given a weight as a subject of the examination.

Duties: The incumbent of this position assigns inspectors to the various jobs, and personally supervises their work; decides all questions as to street openings and refills, and issues orders for repaving work when openings are ready for same.

SEWERS Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, room 219 city hall, until 12 m. Octɔber 11th, 1917, and will be opened in the council chamber immediately thereafter, for the construction of a sewer in E. 124th st., between Williams ave. S. E. and Buckeye rd. S. E.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the plans and specifications which may be seen at the office of the commissioner of engineering, room 618 city hall.

No proposal will be entertained unless made on blanks furnished by the commissioner of engineering and delivered at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12 m. on the day specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

September 26, October 3, 1917.

SURFACING WEST BOULEVARD FROM

LAKE AVE. TO CLIFTON BLVD. Sealed bids will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, city hall, Cleveland, Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, Wednesday, October 10th, 1917, for surfacing West blvd. from Lake ave. to Clifton blvd. with bitulithic or asphaltic cement wearing surface, and will be opened and read in room 305, city hall, immediately thereafter.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying to park engineer's office, No. 435 city hall.

No proposals will be entertained unless made the blanks furnished by park engineer and delivered to the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12:00 o'clock noon, eastern standard time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

September 26, October 3, 1917.

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BUILDING INSPECTOR IB I Civil service examination will be held at 9 a. mn. Wednesday, October 17th, 1917, for the position of building inspector IB 1, division of buildings, department of public safety.

Salary-$1,100.00 per annum.

The subjects of the examination will inclu le the following:

Educational: Written report and arith

SEWERS Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, room 219 city hall, until 12 m. October 18, 1917, and will be opened in room 305 immediately thereafter, for the construction of sewers in the following named thoroughfares, to-wit:

E. 125th st., between Williams ave. S. E. and Buckeye rd. S. E.

E. 126th st., between Williams ave. S. E. and Buckeye rd. S. E.

E. 128th st., between Williams ave. S. E, and Buckeye rd. S. E.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the plans and specifications which may be seen at the office of the commissioner of engineering. room 618 city hall.

No proposal will be entertained unless made on blanks furnished by the commis

PAVING AND GRADING Sealed proposals will be received at the

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