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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1913.
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Center shows gererai v ew of cemetery; ucper left hand corner Is a sample plot; upper right hand corner a forgotten grave; lower left hand
corner shows the drying of clothes on the graves of the dead; lower riant hand corner shows two graves t ht are In average condition, fair
sample of the majority.
For the purpose of wakening Ce
It)I of BfslW la thp riniAiu-ahlB
condlttem; that Ire to be founcTaf ti
ofd cemetery , the playground oommto
iw oi um voranwrciai ciho nan per
rl photography taken from which
the aecfeiiipanying engraving was
atode. Tjhe committee recognised Oiat
atthettgiLithere lias been, much written
relative Jo tltpse conditions, a com
partttvely few oaljr had actually seen
them auU could appreciate the facts
the articles bad described.
There te or -should be a sentiment
of reverence attached to the last rest
ing places of the dead. Such senti
ment eanaot - exist, tbe- committee
claims where dolajtfdation, neglect
aj! decay ' are-'Hti manifest as they
ar at "t$te old cemetery The com
mittee therefore desires to have tbe
Jtiodtes buried at the old oeoetwy
raaaevwd'to the place where the govts'
cam ti vNl be te)t ih, where Xhcy
will receive decent attention and prop
er respect and to replace what is bow
an eye Mre vith a chlklrens pley'
ground. A, 'picture of one such as it is
proposed! to install is also published
herewith. The committee desires to
not only respect the sentiment of all
but to waken sentiment on this mat
ter, to liave the entire community
back of them on th.s proposed publ :
improvement- . Tliey wish the people
of the etty to see the advantage of
having stark for laughing, happy chil
dren whre now there is only gruc
soe ir(fepitetion'. That is the stito
isekt Uy: wsA'ers, They can se no
reason fer aay to object.
Law Is Clear
Tfcatjtlta feange can rswTJjr
safe fe'-iBflbKe'lB the law -whSsfc
triearly sets forfli the reasons tor
which and the me'tiiofts by which cera
eteries may be abaYitloned" said Sec
retary Gray of the club. Then at
rend tbe law as follows.
' , CILVPTBR 7S.
. : , AN" ACT
Relating to Cemeteries in Towns
Be it enacted by the legislative as
sembly of the territory of Arleona:
Section I. Whenever any cemetery
or ground used as a cemetery withi.i
the corporate limits of any town or
city has been abandoned and ceas-w
to be used for sueh purposes, or when
ever in the judgment of the Common
Council of such City or Town, the
same in unfit or unsulted for such
purposes, or becomes obnoxious or
can be used for other public purioses
to better advantage, the Common
Council of such City or Town may !y
resolution direct that such cemetery
or ground used as a cemetery be va
cated, and the remains of persons bur
led therein be removed to some otbe
cemetery or suitable place, the ex
jtense of such removal to be paid by
tbe City or Town.
Section 2. Whenever the remains of
sucb persons are removed as In Sec
tion 1 of this act provided, all mon
uments and gravestones shall also be
("removed and replaced and reset at
the respective graves n like manner
a before: and !n addition thereto
shall cause each grave to be number
ed in numerical order, such numbers
to be craved on a suitable slab of
Stoae or hard wood and placed at the
foot of tho grave. A list of the names
of those burled and the number f
tke grave in which tne remains rest
shall be" recorded In the office of tne
City or Town Clerk or Recorder.
Section 3. Whenever the title to
such cemetery or ground vacated as
aforesaid is vested in the Townsite
Trustee, or in a trustee or trustees
for cemptery purposes, the same shall
be convoyed to such City or Town, and
used for sueh public purposes as the
Common Council may by resolution di
rect Section 4. This act shall take effect
and be In forco from and after Us
Approved March ISth, 19.
Discretionary With Council
The matter lies entirely with the
council" continued Mr. Gray. "The
question of 'whether it is abandoned
Is not material. It is or practically
is for the city can devote no funas
to Us upkeep as a cemetery and. for
several years there have tieen wo bod
ies burled there.
"On the other hand the law specifi
cally states that If the council de
termines that it is unfit or unsuited
for burial porposes or can be used to
better advantage for other purposes
it may direct by resolution that It be
vacated as a cemetery and the bodies
shall be removed and relnterred else
where, at the new cemetery.
"There is no danger of law suits
under this act. The council Is sole
judge of tbe propriety of the move. If
they determine that a public play
ground will be more beneficial to the
city than a detapidated giaveyarf
which Is constantly falling into worse
delauiilation, than it can. if it will,
remedy the conditions that are shown
In the picture that have been taken.
We of the -committee cannot con
ceive ot their holding to such ideas
and. we hope to see them take favor
able action and pass the required reso
lution when -they meet- next Tuesday
night. Wo have repeatedly urged this
and we believe that they now hao
the facts before thfm so that they can
act unhesitatingly. The committee
that was appointed to investigate,
composed of Messrs Overlock, Hen
nesy and Warmlhgton Is, or at any
rate the majority of them are in fav
or of taking action along that hne."
What Mlght Be
Several monthsjigo there was pub
lished in the Review a picture showing
the paraphernalia,; of a playground
which it Is proiosd to Instai on the
site of the old cemetery. As a con
trast between what now Mini nnrt
-what -it is propolsi. fo"cfeate that i'ic-
ture is toaiy re-mjuushed. This Pic
ture does not show the Joyous children
that would daily enjoy the advantages
that such a playground would offer
but It takes littlefiniaginatlon to peo
ple such a playground with happy little
folk who would elijoy the pure fresh
air in safety instead of being as no?
daily and hourly exposed to the dan
ger of Injury and of death as they
play In the city streets.
For the younger children the cou
mittee proposes th Install sand boue
for their amusement, they plan a ro
eon for the child almost from Ir.
fancy until the grammar school ast
Ig passed. To this end they are seek
ing the co-operatlou of every citizen
of Disbee and to, this end they nan
teen working from the very inception
of the Commercial Club.
PLAYGROUND SUCH AS IT IS DESIRED TO INSTALL FOR BISBEE CIILDREN- .,.-
sa- recommended "ntrat leases be old
en; an additional one hundred tla&
OIL LEASES VOTED on forty-two thousand aeres of their
, ,- ' jBd. It was because of the refuwl
Osase Indians Jake, Action That Ca a-e he. lease,, that the old
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poteen at FawBsska, wlitch WBg,eHk a felony to offer a re to memBtrs
flnvad tpyawKWe the,otl lsi of the Owgc eooaefl.
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pelow, articles -Anted arid oair'at our
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bles. Cupboards, Cabfnet, Chafw,
lookers. Rugs, Matting. Dlnlns Ta-l
We, Buffets, Quilts, Uiaukets. Bod1
and Table Linen, .ISedi Springs, Mat
tresses. Pillows. Dressers, Center Ta
blosv Ub. Tabloa. ChifTonlers, Wash-
stand. 'Wardrobes. Trunfcs,; Cuttler-,
OraiqrJes, .. Cooking Urbnalis,', Dish,
etc, and etc
In fact. everthing for the home.
Xenr and Second hand goods bought,
oiu, excuangea. easy payments.
STANDARD FUR.N. CO.,
Glad to smoke this pure old Virginia and
North Carolina bright leaf with its natural
tobacco taste. Aged and stemmed and then
granulated. Tucks quickly in the pipe rolls
easily into a cigarette.
With each sack a book of cigarette papers
And smokers are glad to get the free pres
ent coupons enclosed in each 5c sack. These
coupons are good for a great variety of pleasing
articles cameras, talking machines, balls,
skates, safety razors, china, furniture, toilet
articles, etc Many things that will delight
old or young.
As a special ofier, during January and
February only, we will send our new illustra
ted catalog of these presents
FREE. , Just send us
your name and address
on a postnL In 'every
sack of Liggett S- Afjrer
Duke's Mixture Is one
and a half ounces of
splendid tobacco and a
free present coupon.
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man. Real estate is today, and al
ways will be, the safest 'and best
paying Investment. We'have plen
ty of " '
GOOD CITY PROPERTIES.
Willi ho'ices erected thereon, that
can be bought right. If you have
money that is not earning Its proi
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lock into these offerings.
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Baby Bottle Heater
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Hot : Point 6 lbs. Price ' $3
General Electric 6 lbs. " $4) rs
Westinghouse 6 lbs. " $4soj Guarantee
American Beauty 6 lbs. SS00 - Life Guarantee
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