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MSBEE DAILY ftEVlEW.JHSBfeE, ARIZONA.r SUNDAY MORNING, DEC
Letters Say County Boards
Will Probably Not Take
Ouster Action; Twenty
MONEY IS COMING IN
Constable C. N. Thomas has receiv
ed about twenty replies to his letter,
eent out last Monday, which asks
that all precinct officers contribute to
a fund to hire council to defeat tlio
law that declares all precinct offices
In tho state vacant on Jan. 1. Jn a
number of cases tho letters state that
tho county supervisors havo decided
to take no action relative to declar
ing tho offices vacant One letter
from a justice of the peace in Mari
copa states: "Wo hao the assurance
that the board of supervisors has re
considered its stand and will take no
action as to the appointment of pre
cinct officers." From Nogales, a jus
tice of tho peace writes: "Our coun
ty attorney holds that the state leg
islature cannot make any law de
claring precinct offices vacant The
board of supervisors has not redis
tricted the precincts and neither will
they appoint new officers."
Constable Thomas Is of the opinion
that, as many of the counties appear
to havo decided to declare the pre
cinct offices -acant on the first of
the year, that it may not be neces
sary to take legal steps in the matter.
However, if this step is necessary.
,-thero will be sufficient funds to carry
on the campaign as many of the let
ters received have complied with the
rejuest to .enclose one third of a
month's salary to contribute to a
general fund. Others have promised
CHILQrlEN'S PLAY GROUND LOOKS
PBACTICflLLY BRED THING
Committees Will Determine Expense of Moving Graves
and It Appears That Report of Committee to Coun
cil Will Recommend P roject and Taking Over Site
for Public Purposes - Moncv Will Be Forthcom
ing ior improvement.
EMBER, 8, 1912. ( " , , . PAG&ffiyE .. .,
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Dr. Schell of Tucson, Arizona's lead
ing optician, will be at the Copper
Queen hotel on- his resular quarter
ly visit, Monday and Tuesday, and will
remain these two' dayp only. If your
eyes need attention, call on him for
expert serice. Glasses accurately
HEW AND INSTRUCTIVE
"Vfch up-to-cUtc Information regarding
and Kizulre! Diseases
FREE TO ALL
tVrito now to
C. J. DORLAND, 304 Century Bldg.
DEN Ell, CO LOU IU
When it was stated that the meet
ing between the committees appoint
ed by the Commercial club and the
city council yesterday afternoon
would mean another step toward the
securing of a children's playground
for the city the results that vcro
to be obtained from the meeting Tsere
underestimated. The step was plur.
allzed and the ste&s were lengthened
Into (strides. The rroject has now tak
en on such definite shaps that Its
success is practically at.su red.
From the sentiments that were ex
pressed at the meeting held in tho
office of S. K. Williams yesterday af
ternoon it is apparently certain that
tho committee appointed by the city
council will recommend to that body
that tbe city tako over the old ceme
tery site for a children's playground
oa the assurance of the Commercial
club that requisite funds are forth
coming for all purposes. The senti
ment was that the city should appro
priate the Bite for public purposes,
should furnish the new graves, and
do a fart of the work and that the
rest should be done by the public
through tho endeavors of the Com
mercial club and the whole commit
tee should, visit tho old cemetery
Tuesday afternoon of next week and
actcrmlne how many graves would
have to bo moved and what would
be the probable expense.
Benefit to All.
The matter of changing the sleep
ing places of the dead was approach.
ed with due reverence, it was ai
one understood that the subject was
taken up with the idea of providing
a more suitable place than the pres
ent one where graves would be prop
erly marked aud duly cared for
There would be nothing Irreverent.
The1 -fransferral should be done wltt
all marks of respect and Instead of
an uncared for spot, where debris
was littered and burros strayed the
resting place! of the departed of the
early days of Bisbce should be prop
erly located and well looked after. It
was said that there would be objec
tion from some sources and this mat
ter will be taken up. It is hard to
conceive, said one members of the
committee, how any onp can object
to the plating oi all that Is mortal of
their loved ones where the graes will
be properly looked after Instead of
in a deserted cemetery. If those
rraves be of children the parents will
have the satisfaction that the cradleh
of their dead have been moved to
sae the lues of In ing children, that
where now is desolation will be
Our Christmas Jewelery
Delights All Buyers
JACOB SCHMID, Prop
i THE PASSION PLAY
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DEC. 7TH AND 8TH.
3,000 feet of genuine hand colored dim is used n presenting this
great play. New in ever particular Made by Puthe Bros of Paris
Admission 10c and 15c.
On Trimmed and
$8.00 Black Beavers for $4.50
$10.00 and $12.00 Trimmed Hats
for $5.00 & $7.00
$4.00 and $5.00 Felts and Velours $2.00 and $3.00
Fancy Feathers at Half Price.
Veilings also at Reduced Prices.
Phone 115 Jack Building
heard tbe merry laugh of happy child'
hood. The members of the commit
tees could not sec how, when all due
rebpect was shown to the dead in the
reburlal of their bodies, there coulu
be any objection by relatives. It -was
deemed a movement for the benefit of
all, a general municipal improemenl
which all should approve.
Project Is Explained.
Upon the meeting of tho commit
tees Secretary Joe Oray of the Com:
mercial club explained tho Inception
of tbe playground idea and how it
had grown. lie stated that he was
informed a promised donation of half
the amount of a $700 equipment wai
obtainable by the raising of the other
half and that he believed the prom
ised donation would be raised to
half of the desired S1000 tor such
equipment. He told what other sums
vtere raised and how it wa? planned
to raise the balance. Then he told
of plans to raise any sum required
for the exhuming and re-casket!nc ot
bodies provided the city would pay
for the re-burial. Continuing he told
of the urgent need of u playground,
a place where children might go and
not be in danger on tho street.
S. K. Williams fold of tho endorse
ment ot the project by residents of
tho vicinity ot the old cemetery anu
nf what hn thoucht could be done in
raising funds. He also told of the
good that woald accrue.
L. J. Overlook spoke ot the prcs
cnt disgraceful conditions, df .how
few graves were kept up. Ho de
clared he believed the city should
take tho srround over for a playground
especially since It would cost so lit
tle. Alderman Htnncssy alio fav
ored tho project and advanced some
strong arguments. Aluerman warm
ington told of those whom he had
hoard of who might object and then
told of improvements on the plans
nlrendv advanced that mtgnl be maue
William Robinson of the Commercial
club committee also favored the pro
ject and it was he that made the mo
tion that the committee visit the old
emptprv. count the craves ana deter
mine what the expense would he.
Tuesday afternoon was the date de
cided on for this visit.
fter tho meeting County Engineer
McN'elsh told one of the members
that he had a map showing locations
of graves, the names of the dead and
other data, prepared about six years
ago, which he would turn over to the
committee and which they will And
a great help.
Law Upon Subject.
The law on the matter of abandon
ing a cemetery and taking it oier
for public purposes is clear. It statea
that wherever a cemetery lying witn-
m a city shall have been abandoned
the citv council may by resolution
take the land over for public pur
poses. This leaves open tho project.
' of usln the site for playground or
' park but makes it impracticable to
i lake it for school purposes. When
tuu title is In a town trustee, as in
the uresent case, the law makes it
mandatory upon the trusteo to deed
he land for the public purposes re
quired to the city. It Is not bcllcveo
that when the matter Is fully under-
stood that anyone will object to the
nroiect for as has been stated, tnc
1 utmost decency and consideration is
' to be observed and the good that will
follow must bo manifest to all.
Expense Net Great.
' It was estimated that the total ex
pense would not exceed $2,000 includ
ing tho equipment and It was be
lieved that there would be a publlb
movement in sympathy with it which
would easily make this possible. At
this time Alderman Warmlngton
siKke of what a good Idea It would
be for seats to be placed for women
to rest and get the air and then was
broached the possibility of a band
ctand. to come later, and of tbe In
puliation of public conveniences at
that point. It was here evident that
all of those at the meeting favored
i the project as It had been explained
Christmas Is too near and every
body too busy fpr much talk. Co
sides our jewelery speak for it
self, and our polio of uniting qual
ity and storing is too well known
to need comment.
We always ke;i on layjag r-ru'
Christmas gifts in our safes. They
are" all ready to give delight on
Among the suggestions we have
in mind as acceptable Christmas
Neck Chains '
Electric Reading Lamp
Silver Card Cases
Henkel Jewelery Co.
and that it will be favorably reoom-.
mended to the council, that the com-1
Motion of the project was In sight
and that In a short time the crying
evil of Hisbee, "No place for the chil
dren" would bo cured.
H. E. WOOTTON
. Successor to Mainland-Wootton Co.
hi An Extra Charge on Accounts
Not Settled Within'30 Days
,-t f '
We have a complete line
of LOOSE-WILES' f a-J
mous Vassar Chocolates,
assorted nuts and glazed -
fruit candies, in beauti-
THE COMING YEAR
Darragh Entertains Friends
at Dinner and Dance
New Train Schedule for
Tucson via Nogales
OF MANY NOTABLES
ful boxes, suitable for
I SEE OUR WIN-
J. B. Angius
"The Pure Food Grocery"
PHflNF. 29 l
CANANEA, Son. Mex., Dec. 5. The
local lodge ot Knights ot Pjthias, at
its meeting on December -1, elected
the following officers: A. W. Sans
burn, C C : It. E. Davis, V. C; S. II.
WInslow, P.; F. W. Crone, M. of W-;
E. E. Atchison, M. at A.; Wallace
Wood, I. C; W. F. Darch, O. G.:
Chas. R. Wright. M. of E.; D. E.
Ilicnhardt, K. of It. & S.. and M. of
K.; trustees, F. W. Crone, 3 years;
B. S. Pelier. 1 year, property trustee,
Wallace Wood. Delegates to grand
lodge convention in Tucson next
March. D. E. Wenhardt and I' T. Ish
erwood. Alternates, W. V. Leggitt,
Jos. Howard. Installation of officers
'will be held at tho first meeting ill
At its election ot officers on Tues
day ctening the Eastern Star chose
the following tor the ensuing year:
Mrs. Alma Kirk, W. M.; W. W. Dav
ies, W. P.; Mrs. Mary Thomas, A.
M.; Mrs. John Beckam, C; Mrs. V.
A-Hart, A. C.; Otra. Alba Isherwood,
Secy.; W. D. Cooch, Treas. Installa
tion occurs at meeting of January
The Pythian Sisters elect officers
on Friday evening.
Cananea aerie of Eagles holds its
annual election of officers on the eve
ning of December 10th. There will
be an old-fashioned smoker given al
so on that night, at which all mem
bers of the order arc invited to bo
Dr. E. Darragh entertained a num
ber of friends at a dinner at the Son
pra hotel on Tuesday evening, whlcn
was followed with a dance.
Among those present were: Messers
and Mesdames. J. ?l. Kirk, It. U
Hawes, Geo. Young, T. F. Dutzow. L
A. Haly, H. W. Carey, Geo. A. Wls
wall, Mrs C. O. Baldwin, Mrs. Inez
Haney, Miss McKclvey. U. II. llaney,
C. P. Bull, jr.. E.' Darragh.
Tho Nogalcs-Cananea. train will be
run hereafter on a schedule which
will allow connections to bo made,
with the Tucson bound train out of
Nogales at 6:30 p. m. At least the
S. P. de M railroad Is making every
effort to make the connection dally. It
Is understood that the company is ar
ranging a new schedule which will
permit the Nogales train to make
connections more certain than at
present When connections are made
one can leave Canauea at 1:20 and
arrhe at Tucson at f:13, but If routed
by way of Benson and Naco Tucson
Is reached at about 1:15 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Harris have
welcomed a young son to their home.
C. O. ltrown has left the hospital
after submitting to an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Godfrey have
left for Globe, where they reside in
tbe future. ,
Mrs. Ruby Sinclair and son. Kirk,
left on Monday for Torrcon, Coah.,
where they will reside in the future.
W. D. Thornton, president of the
Grceno Cananea Copper company, ts
In the city from New ork on an an
nual visit ot Inspection.
T. C. Key on Sunday took charge
of tho Cananea dairy, and has consol
idated his own business, the Ameri
can rlalrv ti-lfh ihn. former.
E-Mayor J. C. Vanegas has returned I
bonje from a month s stay at CaboT
ca. Altar district, his former home,
where he is recovering from an at
tack (ot tfarilysig, f . ; J i, . t . ' J '
J Win. A. Julian Is Irt charge of tnc
public service department" ot tho
Four C's company during the Illness
of W. H. Carey.
Tbe Cananea club will hold Its an
nual election of officers on Saturday
evening, December 14.
A. V. Hart has gone to Globe on
Frank Fisher 'rent to Douglas to
day to make his future home.
4 room modern house,
electricity, gas and
2 room cottage, Tomb
stone Canon, com
terms to suit,
2 room house on
Jones Hill, a bar
4 room cottage, mod
en, on Quarry Can
on, desirable loca
tion, on easy terms.
3 room house, Tomb
stone Canon, com
ready to move into,
4 room house in War
ren, modern in every
way, a pick-up at
18 room lodginghouse,
long term lease on
located, rooms all
full. This is a bar
gain if taken at once
owner leaving town.
7 room modern house,
on Higgins hill, very
artistic papering and
ty, gas, coal range
connected with boil
er, roomy closets and
large screen porch,
with stationary tubs
Balance easy terms.
Real Estate &
Phone 76 O. K. Blk.
The Only Daylight Picture
House in the State
of Ar zona
The Best Pictures Project
ed the Proper Way
Matinees Sunday, Tuesday
Friday and Saturday.
Evening Performance at
' 7 O'clock Sharp.
'ome Early and get your
I- Favorite Seat
'RICES ALWAYS THE SAME
PROGRAM SUNDAY AND
"AN INTERNATIONAL HX
MANCE" (Sellg) One of the quainl
est and most ptcturesqna plo
tures of the entire seasoa.
"CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRI
GADE- (Edison) Vividly depicting
the greatest battle ever fought la
"THE HEART OF JOHN
GRIMM- (Kalem) An Inferestlnt;
drama of evarv it lira
"THE LINE AT HOGAN, (fil?Mt
graph) it's only a clothes lln6 but3
u aias iate in conspiring agalnbt
two Irish hearts. A riot ct mirtn.
"A TEN-KARAT HERO" (Bio
graph) The town bully has every
body whipped without striking aj
blow, but he "gets bjs" when ihJ
right fellow comes along. A
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COMEDY CO, 1
dHiflCO r. LEE
BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM
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Ot You "Ra Time BabyphlM
Doors open at 7:30 p. m. Overture by orchestra at 7:45 d. a. 1
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Pay what you will, jou cannot get better jrranul.ited
tobacco for 5c than the big ounce and a half sack of
Duke's Mizturc. And with each of these big sacks you
get a book of cigarette papers FREE.
Get a Good Fishing Reel Free
by saving the Coupons now packed in Lhsttt j- Jtyirj Duke's
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of other articles In the list you will find something for every
member of the family. Pipes, cigarette cases, catcher's stores.
cameras, watches, toilet articles, etc;
Tbczc handsocic presents cost you
nothing not ono cent. They simply
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