Is The Cost of the Proposed Electric Light Plant Excessive?
HAMILTON. U the CViat of the Proposed Klectric Idght riant F.xrsrssiye? STKC1A& 1'ISTATCa TO THf LSCIKLa. Hauiito.n. Ohio. March 23. The remains of Mrs Alexander Gordon were laid in their final resting place at Greenwood Cemetery this afternoon with impressive itrniotiiiis. Unly immediate friends and relatives 'f the deceased partii if ate.l in the last tad rites. Denury Auditor 3V il lard S. Crown is the fa' Her of a on. tn; at 1 :'j p. m. ti-dy. Ccnsidcrat'li- adverscc inuient is niaiuf -sted bv a rmm's'r of leading citizens over the prtvspectiveelccn liilit plant relative to Its estimated cost of .S'v". in niieiiiial't-itins. among w horn are Gas Trustee Frank Biaek and C.l nel Alexander Gordon, agree to con-mict a plant iti everv respect eouai to the one costing :, m for's'.t-tH'. lhesesser:ioi:s, coming as thev do froin such a worthy source, have caused a number to think the my is about to be burdened withau unnecessary e-pense. The ladles of the Children's Home express tln-ir thanks in mos.t grateful tru-s u ttie cluens of this city a.id Middletown who have o. la'.e gencr-msiy- cstti tribute d articles ot v aiu "to tue orphans of the institution. AUert cuatfield, of Cincinnati, was here tr-dav in consultation wiih Judge V. G. l:er-y rvbitive to constructing an electric light Pian: at VVood-d-oe bJatid. The funeral cf the 'ale Andrew J. Uoshorn occurred lhi after msjn.