Encouragement to Support Improvements at meeting
OUR BOARD OF TRADE FOR IMPROVEMENTS Unqualified Given at - Men Named for 7'nth'tsi.ist ie endorsement of the public i 1 1 1 J I". 1 1 : I n MI - gien bv llio llniml nf Ti - ;ii if Uit evening, the rir - t iihm t i n lt cf the li enr being characterized by zeal for '.ho betterment betterment of tin - city. Tliis s 'inn was u tended by many of llnrrisburg's representative business business iniMi, manufacturers, real estate owners and citizens, men who will In" more directly affected by increased taxation ami upon whom - will fall tin task of paviny lhc bulk (if any in - era so that lln' masses may be benefitted. benefitted. It'll Uiry lined their voices ill favor df a gn'iiier HarrNhurir ami urged mure earnst t - tY. rl in l - i niri nur about what will result in a new city. These ont hu. - ia. - l ic expressions followed followed a set of resolution. - presented by Mr. I'd ward Bailey, and which w re as follow : Whereas. The Hoard of Trad," lias, from its very incept ion. l.i - i'n earnest in everything for tin' 1 ri: advancement advancement of llarriii'irir: and Whereas. A limub'r of puhlie - spirited citizens have, at their own enst. obtained from three engineers of the highest standing' in their specialties specialties a most complete and comprehensive comprehensive report upon the improvements improvements sorely needed to give to llar - risburr pure water, better sewers, a modern park system. and the a ha te nipnt of the danger nts Paxton creek nuisance: and Whereas. The ciiy councils have passed, and the Mayor' has approved. rii ordinance submitting: to the voters l he question of increasing; the city's Endorsement of the Plans a Most Enthusiastic Meeting Board Offices. debt for the ptU'poso t In se net ded innuo i of . ment iTccting now, t hcrcfore, be it Hesohed, That, the Ilarrisburg: Hi a rd of Trade unreservedly endorses endorses the plan submitted for the projected projected public works to necessary for the health, prosperity and advancement advancement of our citv, and hercbv fully plede.es its heart v support to the work bciny done bv the Ilarrisburg; l.t t.g - uc for Municipal Improvements hi educai ing' the oters of the city upon this most important question. Kesolved. That every member of the Hoard of I rat e is reutiesief! lor th' honor of the orianiation am the welfare of lhc city, to use al means at his command to cause t hi anDi - oval bv the people at the ensu ing' election of the necessary increase of the city debt. In seconding the resolution Mr. Spencer C. Cilberr said the endorse - iin nt was in line with what is taking' place all over Hoard of T'raih i!d a n v effort f he city and that, the was always ready to r a greater city, purer . sewers which meant water, and hcttev b:'tter health for the Hple. The fu - ture prospect stake, said he th'rt v davs for of i lie city are nt and there remain but ilacing' before the peo - !e in an intelligent manner every detail detail necessarv to briny about the im provement The resu't of this move ment means a great ileal for the city of Harrishurg and much for the llar - risbiinr Hoard of Trade. If the im - Continucd on Second Page.