Clipped From The Morning Post
. . , , ,. iv vinri 01y has at laft secured the right kind n r man fni- (hat KiOcl 1 1 on w w - - The Cemeteries The report of the new keeper of the City Cemetery, Mr. M. H. "Rlggan, which accompanies the report of the cemetery committee, shows that the His predecessors, as-the reports of. the several years show, used a great deal of city money in employing help, it amounting some years to about $150. Other sextons in the past have also called upon the city for much extra help. It is, therefore refreshing to note that the city has finally secured a competent man who will and does personally attend to the duties of his position.