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   Newport Journal And Weekly News (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Newport, Rhode Island                               Uu -'-..I; VOL 61, NO. 34. NEWPORT, R. I., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918. THIRTY IN NEWPORT, Total Registration in the State I Small, three aliens hlu first pa ot J Twenty-six na rives, :ind one who hud tukeu who hud rearliuMl the .since Junu registered at tiiu olllc1 of i local board Saturday. Them yuuntr who win .-toon be cadet ior exitiniiiiitum are.: It. lially, Jr., Dudley ave- Isaac W. Lturker, Thames. KiniUi Victor Huyio, lu Hammond. Julian S. JiiiKS, -2H Miiss ruaU. James 10. Can-oil, 0 Waller .Michael Carroll, 2C avenue. tfunincr S. Clarke. 15 Russell ave- nne. ircorffc Itupnr Comce, IL'O Second. Leo IX'hler, care ilujor 11. C. Fort Adam; Peter J. Dodd, steamer .A T. Ser- rell.- l 'atricJt Joseph Fagan, 4 Carrol avenue. Walter Kilby, 5 Sheffield avenue. Jlobcrt Larson, 21 Coddfngton. J lay ward Law ton, 11 Central. .James Isaac Law tun. Jr., J3 Wash- ington. Samuel Wallace 1..ee, 2S Charles. .lolin J. McDonald, 30 I'reecott Hall road J lurry Francis Mcllenry, 2G Thames. Francis Xavicr McLauglilln, 1 Alar- lin. Slrother Molle. 2-1 OeBlois. Albert Russell Opeii.stmv, Will- iam. 'diaries Henry I Vckdam, 4U Vernon Timothy William Quill, Thames. Jlenry l-'rank Kodnijiiey, li I ted Cross ilVe.lllK.'. Knunanuel Sennales 27 Thames Waller Kddy Shea, '1 Umldington .Hugh DiivitL Shrebiian, Church. Constant John Smith, Jr.. liull. Kxra li. .Smith. Kair. Cornelius Van Kemvon, Hoiilcvard. Estimates wont by the board Sat- urday night when Urn registrars of ;hu stilt e reported to draft heauqutir- icr.s a total registration of for Khodo Island. Most preliminary calcu- lations -proved too small, Uuu to con- servatism arising from Uio two prior uf the pchoolm, y.iturday night the shooting conte was brought to a olose, with a larg number of favorable suorvu. 1 Blake waj tho winner, making 71 of a 1UO. but thoru were number of seconds, with 09 a a tha taurday -140 from the Kobhina Jaw olry fantory at Attloboro enjoyoj dinner anil oulintr at the bi-ach anil 3 from the lzi.nslni; Jairnbw Company t Providence were oatertaiiiixl by tii aianagc-mont. Tonlgiit tlio oloctrJclan of the Torpcod Station numbering 7 aJ'p to liavo a dinner. AN ENJOYABLE AFFAIR. Dance Given at La Reserve b; Girls' Club for Benefit of' Mercy Homo and School. Tlif nee civen at Ueservo Sat 'v.-iiIiiM by the Clirls' Club fo tho beiu-fu of tin- fclPrcy Home am well and tHe lat hits, jihiyed l.y L'onrad's orchestra suited the dancers exactly. The hall was feccrated u-nh Oriental designs am Japanese lantcrnH. which rendered th scene charniniK. Mrs. Frank Jlowell .f. .1. (flirif-n nnd Mrs. Nelsoi rt-ce-Htd and refreshments'were The list of piUroiK.sscs included "Mrs W. T. Libby; Mrs. Mary Curley Kooney .lohn .J. Contcn, Mrs. O' .Connor, Mrs William S. r'Ulehrown .Irs. Arthur I'. Jfr.nlngs, Mrs. Krank lowell, Mrs. Archie MclXmald. Mrs. K. tju'un. Mrs. lOdward iOccles Mrs. '.Michael A. iMuComilck. -Mrs. l-lowaid .MH1 Mrs. T. li. Connolly. LARGELY ATTENDED. VariousOrganizationsWell Rep- resented at Funeral of Cap- tain David I. Scott. Many attended Iho funeral Sunday ftornoon of Captain Daivid 1. Scoit, the rcsideikCD of his son-Iit-laiw, lr. H. Mis.son, on AUH street. Tha police deiJii.rLme.n'J. Kwlwood Lwdgo, nights of Pythias, and Ijuwton-Wnr- in Womens He lief of 'w'h.Icli rs. Scott is a meir.he-r-were well rop- OHonted. Rtv. C. Edwin Silcox. min- er of the UniU'il urch. officiated at the- lio.u.w and at 10 grave i" 'He City The were Chte'f of Police John S, and Wil- i-i'ivistmtionK, and to tho supposition ihar many of the men nubjeet to Captain James .1. I.eary ataloguiiig had -already entered the Oennis MoM'.Uion and Wi army or navy. The results reported Ham I'- Kane, reprinting the polli and t el egra plied to the provost mar :Uial follow, by districts 1. 10; Ward '2. iM; f, :IG; Ward   alKl lo1 :il least to the 800 mark, after men a member of the old New of prohibitive religions uho have been exc dopartniont, and Captuin T. Northrnp and 1'nst Chancellor Com- .Tamos C. repn-seJiting the Kn.ightH oi" FRANK C. PEMBER DEAD. Former Member of City Council Succumbs to Hemorrhages After Two Weeks' Illness. ONE HUNDRED PER CENT NEWPORT BABIES, SUBSTITUTE HOUSINfi PUN vvifviii wib nwwvinvrfcMn Adopted by Council on Recom- mendation of Aldermen. fWK rovM-iimem draft, but not in tho city's, and Intended to safeguard against assessments under the bet- terment plan. It had nothing to do with taxation as improved property. Mayor Burdick. in reply to further Brackott. said tho 3VJerman hud the matter or.My--.and tMjlewd1 they had ffpardqd; the City ..Doubted' in Dr. suggested i PATHICIA UII.I.O.V s Avenue. I'll A CIIASIO, IS Gibbs Avenue MASTKIt THOMPSON, Albro Place. A CATERPILLAR PICNIC, irand Drive to Rid Aquidneck Park of Pest September 7. Provement Association Committee Meet With Supervisor Leland and Outline Plans for Crusade, SECOND WARD BABIES. At the Completion of All the Tests a Show Will be Held, With Prizes. In this issue, the Daily print ifturcs of three of the babies of the Second ward. The work of meas- uring and testing the children in the First a.i't Second wards k practiejitl> eojuiileU'd and -tlml in tV I am) Fifth wil lie in l'. future. At the cmnploiion uf Hi a .show will be lu-M and The of the Newport b0 Klvon. In awarding or Association appointed day noon by the llesple, and utm: vrerech Vandorhill. ivy and Mr. John take L. L. tliiK of Mm.' -hairmnii: Max KiKs, met Sat- j day with Supervisor of, belaud, to outline plans) the. of eliihlren's i LuVi-aui' cruieide. The playground Letters on Estates of Elizabeth ntPsl be extended until tlie Kat-1 day previous lo thu openiiifi of liDol.i. >tem her 7, t litre will a driv lo rid park the pe-.Ht. Tlie all-day outing on y will be -in thf nature of a PAIIDT IN 1 HE PROBATc COURT. M. Sherman an dMary Ann Swan Granted. In tho probate court this wJll be llotice wag waived Mr. Frank S. Pember, former eligions convictions. Hampshire hand attached to tile Na- cused, are registered Ull Training Slalion. dijil early Sun- district 1, nnd "Woon- showed tho largest district idiiy morning at his liomo on Thames street, after an Illness of two weeks. About three atro he suffered t'or the state, being tiedj .it f.T. Woonsocltet led the slate Ifi both previous onrollmonts. severo heiiiorrliiigo from the nose, ami SOME HAVE SERVED HERE. in Marine Corps Nominated for Promotion. other humorrllanos, which be- 1're.iitient and moro severe, and finally dilis death. The. de- ceased was born in Fall Uive i-s ago, ca.mo to Newport in 1SSL', ran'd had made, his humu Jiere since ilhat time. He was for 1" yours al- Brigadier-Generals and Colonels taehed to the Training station playing also in that and other orches- tras. After ret it-emeu L from tho na- val force lie was employed in various capacities by the late Lewis Shamler, Mr. Jlai-ry Issler and Iho loral laun- Wilson sent to tho Hennte dry companies. For a number o afternoon the nominations ofi.vears lie conducted a market on brigadier Renerals to be Major 'lenemls, and of six colonels to bo generals in the marine corps. The brigadiers promoted to major gen- t-rals are John A. and iitn W. T. Wnlicy, and the, colonels 'tinned for brigadier are .lames K Malioney. Hen F. Fuller John T. -Mjvrn. ChurlCR CI. LdliK. WenUall C. -Nt-villc and Albertus W. Callin. Nearly nr these, marine officers have been duly here, either in command of the marine, guard or the Naval Train- in: Station or as members of various classes at tho Nnval War Collcpri'. t'ynis R. Uadford. assistant quarter- master, with rank uf co'onel   be a bngndiur general. cvuo avenue, until a year ago, le was employed at the Torpedo Sta- lon, continuing until his death. .Mr. Member was interusieTT in local poll- ics, being for many years u. member of tho Kepublican citv committee and serving In 1903 as a member of tho Common Council from tbe "Fourth iVard. He was a member of Weenat Sliassitt Tribe of Ked men. lie is survived by a widow, son. Mr. Waller C. Vcmber. :iml a. gi-and- liiughtcr. Airs, Julia. Pember. A irother, Mr. Pefnber, and two DIRECTOR LOZITO DEPARTS. Scene at Wickford Boat Affect- Beach Well Patronized Sunday. Vincent jjoxito, who >d the band at the Newport 1 teach for past reasons, departed fllilrt morning to enter the Ke.rvie.e-. l-Yancrs- Montanari, the baritone, -soloist. will lead for the remainder o' the on- Tin; send-off which was given Mr. was- a feature amuiin ihe many the war began. At the was affecting1, :t.nd the drummer the ha ml actually falntud, and WII.H from this scene by a woman in automobile. band assembled at the buae.h do duty anrosj the. city tu 'ii-- Wiokfovrt boat, and joining P-Li'iy woro Manager .MrOowan o'f tile and a numbrr of the Italian both men and women. and an were At tlioivharf thpbftm) giivc-uron- and the Kalian custom, "A kiss of wa-s cnrrfed out, whiln as the pushed out the band played "Tlui Spangled Ra.nne.r." filu; larg< Dithering saluting. Thu steamer re- tho naluto uncorded her K 1 what it would have bee.n a hi'isflii. hot day at this stage of the "0.1-son. The.ro in evory pros pod. if tli holds favorable that the f.cvinon will rim miwh later this usually tlypondent upon the morning of ad- prizezs in "uddltlnu to those a- M. Khermaii wero granted lo rdc-d fur the- erusitde. I Id ward A. Sherman. The personal Miss l-lrwwn has donated a tennis OHtato will not exceed {lU.OOli; Yiond rkei and it is hoped thai people in sureties Annie A. SlirrnUii cily who have ganu-s ur toys for "ml Walter Sherman. The hcirw ut ich they have no usu will donj.u< inw are Waller Sherman, brother and to the plnygronniidK. for use as.Anniu A. Shennun. sister, ze.'i in lliiK or olher conu-sls. Tho Belters of administralioii on the iiinlsyion can use utmost anything Mary Ann Swan were the way m Bamwi, Inn tile uonser- to Lewis SJinnions. Tne vation mado necr.Lsary hy tlie war and J'fi'sonal estate will nut exceed SaOtm: thn Finatl apprupriatam for play- 'f11'1 surety Kidelltv Deposit gr.iund work niakea it imposwlblo to .ot Maryland. tiim.i A for the sale Of real rs- sr.iuncl ivork make them Uir..tiffli donation. Aftfti- of tin- prlxras of roci l John conta.ininir moths and and the entire fired nt tmc stroke. lilmcs River. hopias Lyon.'i and Mrs. by bottom, n-sido in Full Pram- s. fijl h iws: Kvery persi I.llllO points will n- gr.ld l.jickground ITS of nm winning pi mind will receive at'-rpillar bar pins, i ihe hichtst HCO LARGE NUMBERMAKE TRIP. Newporters Go on Annual Pil- grimage to Miskiania Camp for Clambake. witmintr playground aw.'irdcd on r plcnlf. -.hil.in'irs ,rt rvery child who has t molh clusters will be I u.vui ImilU-d to all the nitractinna at Mlienit PRIZES ASSURED, Improvement Association Ap- points Committee to Assist. Children's Caterpillar Campaign to bo Followed by Another on Open- ing of Schools. Tho Children's Caterpillar Crusade hag received another substantial boost for the prizes. The fund has grown thr fulopUon of a resolution tunl tho apixjinLment ot a rommitteta of the Xewport Improvombnt Association, so thai all lu-ize.s may be pur- c-d and the children who ore do- sticli jneritoritnis service for the -At a meeting of the rewarded. improvement Association Supervisor of HtfreiLtlon JLeland cx- peck which container! Aldermen DirtcUd to Take SUps (o Procure Setter Gas Service for Public. the city its believed to have doubled :lri population in a very few years. It-1 Tho Representative Council held a 'a sreat future, and tho city govern- ment should co-onerate in even' oro- two-hour -and -a-half meeting Mon- 6MSSlTe move. there should be an Jay evening, ami then adjourned only energetic committee, with ears to the uhen iho question of a uuorum was sronnd. ready it o hustle for the city's laised when an effort was made 10 !nleres.ts-..to work to money, and amendments to the aw. An amendment to retire the rod numbered licence plate had been from the table, upon a motion, in action, to take up the matter of re-locating; All Mutt Be Undtraround. Ml'- an engineer of loUal ii Sal poinus Corporation asked if he un- to payments of a double fare. Uerstood txwrocily that in the city The Council authorized the carrying I the work is conditional obi of the substitute plan for building of streets on the govern- ...crease the city's standing. Condi- hackney tions are changing and the city tan- not wait for critical moments, and try to put cumbersome machinery the burying of all wires.' He mid such work at prtswit is difficult, and mem housing plot, at an expense of authorized the aldermen issue certificates of indebtedness to amount of J7U.OOO. to meet Ihe hoped the city's act would not bo modo conditional. MV. William Williams spoke of the difficulty In putting wires under ground now, of war con- overdraft of aldermen this year; directed the ]dilions, arid said this was learned in 'handling the Batlh, Rood improvement.i. It appeared to him as if the provision, tho "joker" of the agreement and ceaso payment for the fitreei gas lights until thev come up to contract candje power, provided for a commission to appear before moved that it be stricken oul. Khode Island Public Utilities Aldorman Hughea informed mission, to demand that Council that District engineer Princo gas company provide a good and liandlinfi- six projects, and in every ijas; appropriated nearly JSOOO more one of them ,the wires are to go un- for coal for the schools received a ground. There was no -question petition from tho reserve policemen (that the government could procure the for one day off in eight, with pay; to the Committee of Twenty- oonduit. city has lonj? been rid of its forest of poles. Rive a petition from tho nolice and My. f'.ilnu-r said tlu- goverann'tit de- Hreincn for more jmji, fsirt-n to Uurv thb wires, but does noC for the aldermen to have to be tietl up in case this i.: madeof the ga.t, LIK! preparing impossible. It is Lho corporation's in- act upon a commission to work for the good and growth of the cily when the hackney propositions caused them to beat a retreat. Barely enough were present to hold 'jp_nrjOn to nave mechanics living In the houses by December. Mr. Scannevin a-sked if the cost of going under ground was included in. the city's estimate, if pot, it would DC a tiuorum no one knows. thia orni of potential caterpillars in the TJie cliildron of ny more, than it would make out of tho _ i business. Aldtrmen Mr j. A. Martin that The Aldermen met at to paas .resolution pass as framed by the a3- upon reiJorts and accompanying reso- de-rmen. Tlie cily has tried to tho utions, which thev had directed to wires for years, but the companies wiil submission to the nOvor do it unless compelled to do so. Tlie resolution was passed, intact. The resolution providing for the is- snrfape the proposed streets on thft'suance. Of certificates of indebtedness so-called Old Fort Road plot, lo make was nPXt taken up. Dr. Rrackfctt said noon ho prepared for Council. A resolution pledged tho city to lit- playgrounds are scouring the city the sidewalks, lay sewers and pro- ne was laboring under the idia that 'or the pesis. OIK- team of three small vide hydrants and street lights, find jt be necessary to have anthor- Kij'ls-, LliL- olde.st 12 of age, stipulated that all electric wires ny frOm the stntp to secure loans for having 13.000 points to Uw! should be rim under ground, all to any other purpose than in anticipation. [cost J1S.OOO. of taxes, and asked If seeking such, a The HiifM-fss of the crtiKide is so' aa to the way the loan -would not be exceeding- the. ;ivj.t that Hie present campaign willPvork 1S to be done--five-Inch to Council's power and imperilling the irohahlv bp roncluded the day before I water-bound mncadain. city's credit. Ho foellwed in holding In- suh'ouls open. and a oun- cindlr sidewalfcs- to the letter and spiri: of the charter i.Mirn si-iru-d -it that limo for work.lu ue Brought to sut) grade so far as possible, but admitted that of thJ city whoai-ooldejloiis-hSby tlle ff0vcrnment these art- extraordlnars- times. Children of school TTlepraiii was read, stating that! Loan Must be Raised in tho Housing CorporaUon approved owing to easily learn to differciiliatc- gypsy, brown-tail and ussmk omtlis if they are allowed to xpei-ient. and find that points toivards ;uv jriven to those securing the iiii-n nf ihf-se pfias. ('hi.-ilrcn liavo been instructed Jiow r.'-'-ui-Q tlie molh and nd that they shnuld bring them to the instructors, to trees. Seceral sni.ii] girls noticed hurning tin pesi.s toivhes. a highly pro- ng e.speciaKy when little dresses I.TL- nf flimsy material ad could be ignited. Ttie rhiMren have hpfii varied mn lo burn the pests, as tfte lay of is romlng wti.Mi a will be built of the city's proposition for tha class of tne demand of New England banks for work to be done on the road and for certification, it had jjeen anticipated the city to do the work. J K that the loan would have to be floated in N'eTrport. and hence per cent in- terest had been reckoned on. City Solicitor Sullivan said the de- mand for certification is a rule, not egg LIVELY FIRE-jlll ATTIC. Roof of a Tenement Block on Fillmore Court Practical- ly Wrecked. !lt< Al Slindny innniiiiK soiiniliil for :i liVfly Tiro In l loncnii'llt Ijliu'k mi I'illiiion- Pirn writer iircsHurc in Uiis l.M-rility is inht, an.! it --vris necessary to put Mf< A scln-duli thlt'i.ir cvi-iiis. clc.. will the iM-aeli. and ;dl will .vim. l.unchrnu will also bo fnrnlsh''d. tlirniigh (he Uindness of the Newport I'.i'a us (if ilit-in while fin-men faili-il. after a had all li'-chi-'l up living in abomjuf lh.it s-niti-' u hem selves away i'rnin the nf Ilie out door In-1 iti th At Iho Art reception on tllp Miskiani.i Sunday aftcriv.n for men. 1 Incidentally, il 1 li. were in e.hamc. Mr. for a i appointed by the Assoei.nJon i nia-.Ie up of VandiM-biit. clmir- and .lohn PUgRt'Stt il rliiMren, and backing the Hecr.-ilion siuM the city might 10 last to be I.is pf st. OPEN-AIR MINSTRELS. The City's Financial Status. A communication from the board to tUe Council was approved. It law. The city no chances! it be- t-int. while ]aat June tho hoard lial inir up to those taking: the certificates. cautlont'tl tho Councal that it wns fac- They arc legal finrt he believed tha intr a deficit, the Council made ap- local banks would take them, propriiuions. but no provision, Mr. Andrews nskea If tho banks to meet rlv.-se large expenditures. It would float the loan. The Chntr said, ivrited the fact that had beon an that if the certificates aro legal apparent deficit of SSft.ltSO.77. bui banks would. S.'iO.OOU had bwui received by the The rrsoliuion passed. of Hie CoddintrtOTi I-onit no-ids. Tharo The Board of Health was granted been a loss of in ihe :in additional appropriation of J1SO for botween what tlie Council had orders and what the had prtnluctM, wliich gave an app.nvnt overdraft of Vossibly ihero would be a, bal.uica of from unexpended ap- propriations at rlie end of the year. If tlu appropriations were mad-.? for plan streets, to ihe extent of and more were up- :iniitoxines and vaccines, upon its remiest. The Council refused to re-'er the to the Committee of Twenty Jive. The board wns also era n ted additional for its appro- priation for "repairs.1' A "Gas Attack." It being announced that President and Dr. Mattison of the proprinted for coal for the schoois, Newport Jniprovemeni Association was nnupeuary. tolal ivjuld werv present and desired to address be Slmv this was lhe Council Hiey inviied to do to pay in one year, the rypon %Mr- .OHIespie first, saying tliat it be by the iasue I" of certificates of to be .paid off at the rate of J10.000 per nnd the certificates to be issued as the board finds netyl for the money, in 15.000 deTiominnUons. Alderman Hughes, for the coal com- Eujoyable Performance at Re- made a tentative report on coal for the schools, n.ivins made tht- to-'ioii of the commodity. He said there is no intention to do injury to the company, but the public should be able to sf-cnre what it pays for. Ho a resolution passed by ilio execu- tive council of the Association last This styled the iras as no- serve Barracks Under Aus- pices of Knights. committee of the ommended (hat the Board of'Aldermen Committee Snturdnv rdnv nitrht: I niake riated and large audience gathered nt vc o-.ien-air thea ry Monday t-veiling, when :L minstrel how was siagcd by General Sociv- ary Thumas Iraiiy of the Knights 'f "Columbus u.ir wfiik activities. As tsiuil the famous lieservo band and made itself heard to the the satisfaction of all. expended, with a little more Minn half supply secured. The mayor announced that tho "supposed" portrait of Governor Cnd- dington had been afier 1 renovated, nnd it voted th.it he extend to (N> thanks of il1" Ur. Beck asked the boar-1 If there hrmi a rtK-enf of iht> candli ibt. afti went breeze, he sun .-ifl' irf-d, it ;ind with braeinir :iir tlie wurnith orth- w.-i.-s t- .tr he woods atnl efton tlH Wt half of buildiiig. Among tlie fcrers was a. man naiiu'd .lohnsoii, wilh a wlfo and four children. II.' is a cripple rheumatism. UHiilo fire did noi reach the living portions of tlv hon.se. the.se .were drenched that till- effevts are. pnirtiftilly 'Tommy" ventriloquist. O.ie following: rir-in army like it is ;i Him dread'." Mr. S.-vdly. n. Hungarian, acrcompnn- led by Mr. Alfred U'Liiglry, the limw of i was tin "Why Is Iho Anu eroni of .seh ction.- formerly Mrs. Hardy In the attic -wore a number Tozicr of this city, playe-1 twice, of storerooms, which with hard-pine, presented by partitions gave the iblo chopping to firejin the pa rt r wrc'.ki it. Tht roof wa fh-rt hav II. Swin- burno. Miss Toroihy I'erliri'.'i-, a known ('oHsh artist. p.'et'iT.to.I by .MKM I-'.. Mason rendered sovenil on tlie plnno. allo the lark At al! '-v.-ni fonjronlal spiriis and things tu about. The partx d Vpresenlat P'letrhor I.nntoii and l-'red Clark h. KinL'. Cnlon-'l William J. Cnx- KPiis. Sheriff .lames? Anthony. Deputy Sheriff Frank P King. Colonel John n-H. Anthony S'.ewnrt. O.ivid nr. Ihiinilion King. Judce Shi-rmaii. Ihmh H. mil   power. and siairp on the stage.  ixie." receiving tremendous and J. M. (Jil.son. introduc- him.--.'lf several "jokes" of sane "Lov i-ian with W. K. Catterall Here ulth Arthur R Coi rierk Hair U. Harvey. Victor Alton barker. James Valhan Uavid. -fnnl. Edward Wrieht. Ve Will We with Him. proved encore material. V. A. Mtig of "Three Wonderful l.ci- ters frui.i Home" anil Living ton -.iriii-k to siitne heartx ivith the suggestion. "It" They Kvor i'nt a Tax on l.ove." An instntmental number by Dyke, llnjfielil and Trainor hnnipht ninny and P. Carroll was esceptlon- frnm vivhiK old l''iiliiioro Hotel. iv-i0n the wa of tihc past for potnmin. It is i owned Mr. pensed u-iih. The resignation of George It. Austin w.-w acoepted be- cause he had beon called to the ser- vice. The report of the men upon the requ ment for assistanc Hoard of Alder- st of in the povc-rn- hoi' sin proposition W.TS road. It was rxlonsr the that the aldermen have bee-i tnlkinc from ihe first, fuvoring thetr nlternative plan to spend in- ftead of the I.1S.OAO which the govern- ment proposed. U stated the is to erect 3.1 donbV costing from JROOi) to- 57000 would net the eliy In taxes It was nccom- bv the lipard's resolution ojill- Intr tlie morting of the Connril. the draft of the .igrvemont In the government, the- allor'iaiivo agree- ment. tnerlhiM" with and the teloiirani from Wa.vliinqton In- forming the city that its plan was Knink K. Uryt-r. It Is loe.aled In imver lllt-iillx Fort Adam? "Ill-Ink to me only with i.hint which m-oHt people and "Mother Mine" and i-xists. and which fro- progrram fronelndrd with Kong; known to flrenit'ii hy Mr. Joneph to go to a, firo., 'Hffreshmnnts. inrlndinp swen eh A. Itrnwn. George Gordon Kint., Then rame another treat from i S. Watts, Abni r 1.. Soemn. X. [Augustus, when sang "Oh How I i Se.ninevln. Mmckott )Inusintr asked If the Tuited ii they usual'ly find direct approaoli- Vohile u'iven by Mw. Frederick Nell- ea by buiidingf, us In thin son, were served the on tho lawn. "Have you li.i-l any uplift In life lately, my di-iv "Oli, nia'.iin. landlord i-al our Baltimore American, 10 ne Tp in thr Morntntr." with ;lhrt or a private rorpora- nsiial simirostive CMtiires. tion under the Inws of NVw York. Mr. iln.il number. the tableau snM nil the stork is owned of 'Tfi" your, which the nnd fence -aisoi.l tin'' end 'of an formance. after the Hrnckett for "Tho 'Disked the moan In? of the clause which er. which Blpnl- would no assessments enjoyable per- on the for the public fmprove- menty, This It txplalned wu In 10 more payments for street R to the Cleveland Vapor Light until it compiles with the Cuntr.ict as to candle power nnd pro- posed that tlit> oiiy solicitor as a. com- mis.-ion appe.ir before the Public L'til- Itle-s CiMiimtssion ot Rhode Uland to a.sk for a demand that the company provide tu-tler gns. Hr. M.ittison s.iid all knew what the and in his opinion it is sui-h that mani people in Newport cannot afford to pay for -it. They should not be expected to pay for it, either. His remarks were straight lio said the company should be treated justly. Ixmd applause fol- lowed Dr. Hiv.k unanimous consent to introduce a resolution which was similar to that passed, by the execu- tive coinmiupe of the Association. It was as follows: Tho Gas Resolutions. "WhBneas. The gas light furnished by tne Cleveland Vapor Upht Compn- under existing contract with the city of Newport does not comply with the terms and speaifictuiona of sni-1 contract, and The gas furnished by ihe Newporc Gas Light Company to [he inhabitants of the cily for illumi- nating, cooking and manirfajcturins purposes is notoriously unsnfe, unsnii- iblo and unsatisfactory, and "Whereas, The made by N'ewiiort C.as Light Company for the KUS now furnished by It for domestic, 'Ihmiimuint? and heatlnj; purposed ore and unwui'T.intexl, and. "Whereas, It has come to the atten- ie-n of this body that the Nwvport las IJfrht Company proposes to in- the price as now charged Cot said irns, ami there to be na 'ntont.ion on oho part of said Newport "ra.s Ijipht Company to Improve the quality of the Ran as now furnished; "Now thnrofore, bo It Resolved. That tho of Aklermcn bo and it Ls hereby instructtxl to mako no ftirtli- r poN'inent for liffht furnished by the Cleveland Vnpor Light Company un- der its contract with the city of port until It has complle-d with on ThrM]   

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