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hear disputes ove new water plant - OBTAIN EVIDENCE IN WATER TANGLE Conference Ages...
OBTAIN EVIDENCE IN WATER TANGLE Conference Ages form. children. body. the aged. tea or coffee. HORLICK'f _ _. '· TAMPICO, Mexico, La| redo, Members of Service Commission' the scope ... .. .,,.. . _ . . . . i in the state of Visit Sites at Bloomington and Hear Both Sides in Dispute Over New Plant. REPORT TO BE MADE LATER Least a good but It p u t a t i o n yearn here. Board Will Not Dictate As to Location Location of Plant, but Makes Plain That Adequate Supply Will Be Demanded. ground justice," Villareal, commander. "During church disruption forgotten The is the gives as the that War ONE. our request that to [Special to The Indianapolis Star.] RLOOMINGTON, .Ind., July 27.--The Indiana Public Service Commission spent today in Bloomington. holding a court of i n q u i r y in regard to the local water situation situation in compliance w i t h a petition tiled with the board it week ago, which was signed by local bankers, newspaper proprietors proprietors and other leading business men. The sessions W'.TP held at the Court House. At the noon adjournment members members of the commission were taken in autos to the old and proposed new sites [ f u r iu) Inspection. The commission was represented by J. L. Clark, J. K. Mc.- (.Uure and C. F. Murphy. Thomas Duncan Duncan and r. A. Edwards, other members f .the commission, were unable to be present. The petitioners were represented represented hy Attorneys Robert G. Miller and Thomas J. S a r e , ' w h i l e J. B. Henley represented the side which contends that the Tuonan] and East Springs site will solve the water problem. E. G. Hogate, dean of the Indiana University University School of Law, the first witness, said he. had signed the petition because two competent engineers had declared the present site would not he adequate because of the w a t e r shed, drainage area and geological formation.' Mayor Tells of Work. Mayor John 15, Harris told what the and I city Council had been doing in building ^ t i ·· d.m at the Leonard's Ml,, site. sald th(! dam, when completed, will be | Another 1 590. feet long and thirty feet high a n d 1 riot regard, being had by Ser- what is of per- be' acceptable circumstance note proper hours before minutes limit, took Austria- second formally did declaration unnecessary would back up enough good water to last a year even if there was no rain in the meantime. When the water supply became exhausted exhausted last year the city laid six-inch mains to the Leonard's and Bast's The the Catholic "1. Jesuits expelled "2. Of those abstention "3. from fi afternoon. permission to officiate. "4. "5. entering "6. celebrate or for arms. "7. which texts not ·who is of t h to the the "8. he and to four Vlllareal's "In morality Leon Church, forgotten right "The principally Its the Springs sites ; 'and piped the water to thu'despots ·Sl m M'. wtsTithir wTerTnd" I *« answered twenty days. The mayor then I the went' into the report 'of the Knowles En- I thu gingering Company of Pittsburgh and said j the city could not finance the propositions i and Hidalgo, "The Porfirlo tho heroically sympathy church, benedictions Huerta Incite Constitutionalist Some were Mexico weakening of course demonstrations of presented hy the engineer '·' that report; that it would t a k e between $300,000 to 5400,000 for the Griffy Creek anrl $500,000 for the White River propositions. The mayor said, 'the situation is serious serious more "on account of the agitation than because of water shortage." Prof. J, W. Keeile and Prof. 1C. R. fummings of the geology department of Indiana University gave expert testimony SIP to the geological formations of this locality. They said the general formation consisted of knobstone in the bottom, then Harrodsburg limestone, with oolitic and Mitchell limestone in the upper strata. Call One Plan "Risky." They said the- present lakes lie just above the oolitic and are broken and full of dirt seams. Both ' gave as their opinion that the Leonard's Mill plan is a risky one in regard to the holding of water. Prof. .Cuminlngs, In speaking of the White River proposition, said it would be possible to ob'tain good water from wells 150 'feet, which would not have to be fll- tered. apolis He said the sewage from Indian- would probably contaminate the of W h i t e River as, far west schools is a out at the danger more quillity Dr c H u r r i g i city health secretary. testified that Bloomlngton had no typhoid of po- I £v;r ^thfc TM . un- Many injured. by patriotic oc- year than In any city In the state and not a single death had been attributed to the Iccal water supply. RAILROADS AND EMPLOYES try." Catholic closer! Nuevo The Cruz, to provisional to The

Clipped from The Indianapolis Star28 Jul 1914, TuePage 2

The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana)28 Jul 1914, TuePage 2
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