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Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, May 8, 1906

Formal application for right to run up Cedar River valley to be presented to the city council tomorrow

The contract between the Pacific Coast Company and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul which provides for the joint use of the tracks of the Columbia & Puget Sound between Seattle and Maple Valley is said to have been formally approved by the board of directors of the Pacific Coast Company.

J.C. Ford will sign the compact on behalf of his company as soon as he returns from California. The deal will be affirmed on behalf of the St. Paul road by H.R. Williams, president of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad of Washington. (more…)

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