REGISTRATION POINTS NAMED
Commission Receives Qualifications of Registrars.
Attention of Voters Called to
Necessity of Re-Registering
Places where registration booths will
be established in the various precincts
in the city and county were named at a
meeting of the election commission held
The commission also received the
qualifications of the newly appointed
registrars who will conduct the general
registration to begin on Aug. 11 and end
on Aug. 21.
Members of the commission wish to
impress on all voters that the coming
registration is held in compliance with
the biennial registration laws, and it
will be necessary for all voters to procure a registration receipt in order to
participate in the municipal elections.
Although the next meeting date of the
commission has not been determined, it
is probable the body will meet about the
20th of this month to appoint election
officers for the municipal elections, and
to make other arrangements for the
This meeting will be one of the most
important held by the commission since
the new members were inducted into office two months ago.
Where to Register
First ward—Massey's store, 200 East
Second—County court room in courthouse.
Third—Haynes house east end of
Church avenue viaduct.
Fourth—Office of Squire Frank Dob-
son, 403 West Church avenue.
Fifth-—Juvenile court room at Y. M. C.
Sixth—Police barracks, city hall.
Seventh, South—Blue Gem Coal company,
205 Lanier street.
Seventh, North, Chadwick's store
corner Park avenue and Central street.
Eighth—Rayl school building, Park
avenue and Williams street.
Ninth, south—Gray's meat market,
1231 Asylum avenue.
Ninth, north—Fire hall.
Tenth, south—H. F. Copeland's store,
103 5 W. Cumberland avenue.
Tenth, north— Fire hall.
Eleventh, east—McCallie school building, Gratz avenue.
Eleventh, west—corner of Central
street and Bearden place.
Twelfth—Main avenue and Dandridge
Thirteenth, Burlington — Johnson's
race track, at Burlington Supply store
Fourteenth—Park City fire hall.
Fifteenth—Garage, corner Olive street
and Magnolia avenue.
Sixteenth—H. L. Dick's store, 2065 N.
Seventeenth—Oakwood fire hall.
Eighteenth—J. P. Henry's grocery
store, 612 Chickamauga avenue.
Nineteenth—Lonsdale fire hall.
Twentieth—T. R. Hellard's store, 414
West Baxter avenue.
Twenty-first and Twenty- second—
Asylum avnue (sic.) at crossing of the Lonsdale car line at Squire T. G. Waggon-
er's office and Squire W. H. Hatcher's office on opposite sides of the avenue.
Twenty-third- Brewer's store at end of
Middlebrook car line,
Twenty-fourth-James Kidd's store.
Twenty-fifth-end of Vestal car line.
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Twenty-fifth-M. E. Henry's store, 507
Twenty-sixth-South end of the Knox County bridge, on west side.
Fourth district—Mrs. J. C. Guinn,
republican, chairnman; Mrs. C. L.
Fifth district—Mrs. J. Marion Mil-
ler, republican, chairman. Vice-chairman yet to be announced.
Sixth district—Miss Jean Crawford,
democrat, chairman; Mrs. M. Jacobs,
Although any plan may be followed
by the chairman in organizing her
district, the most popular plan has
been found to have a chairman and
vice-chairman of the district; chairman, vice-chairman, secretary and
treasurer for each ward in the district; and a chairman for each block
in the ward, this chairman also to
have a corps of assistants.
Probably the most organization
work yet done has been in the sixth
district under the leadership of Miss
Jean Crawford. This district is already fairly well organized in the
manner explained. The second ward
is also proceeding rapidly with its
organization work under the direction
of Miss Kate White.
The purpose of the meeting this afternoon was to fill in all vacancies
which had existed in the initial organization work, in order that tne
ward organization work could get
under way as soon as possible. In
the near future a meeting will be
held when it is hoped to have a large
representation from each ward in the
A vice-president and a corresponding secretary of the League of Women Voters were due to be elected
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