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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX,
MORNING, OCTOBER- 1921
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Fire destroy over $200,000,000 worth of property in the United State
every year. Nearly all fires can be prevented. See that your furnace and
chimneys are carefully inspected before building winter fires. Be sure your
electric wiring danger, proof. , Do not leave boxes of tnatchea where
children may reach them, or m'xce get them. Use a little care, and you can
help a lot, to reduce the number of preventable fires. 'Carry sufficient
insurance to cover your loss in case you should have a fire.
OCT. 1 0 AS FIRE
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In the following proclamation Gov
ernor Thomas E. Campbell sets aside
October 10 as Fire Prevention Day:
That America cannot afford to dal
ly with the fire fiend or to relax her
vigilance, becomes increasingly ap
parent as the long list of ruinous
conflagrations, frequently attended
by loss of life, continues seemingly
unchecked.
Despite the fact that wt are con
stantly being urged to exercise pre
cautions for the prevention of fires
and .the. costly experiences which we
continue to undergo, a great deal still
remains to be accomplished before
we shall have attained the goal de
sired, namely that of doing away
with all preventable fires. When we
reflect upon the, fact that approxi
mately 15,000 persons, mvrt of them
women and children, are burned to
death in the United States each year,
a much larger number are serious
ly injured, and property amounting
to billions of dollars destroyed, it
brings forcibly to mind the neces
sity for constant and never-flagging
effort to hold in check this monster
of destruction.
Obviously every day should be ob
served as Fire Prevention Day, but In
order that a special effort may be
made to impress upon the public
mind the urgent necessity of observ
ing all prdper precautions to safe
guard us from fire. It has been re
quested by the President that the
10th dav of October be set apart for
this purpose. It has been aptly sug
gested that there be told In each of
our schools on the day named, the
Fiftieth Anniversary of the disas
trous Chicago fire, the story of that
destructive conflagration brought
about through man's carelessness.
Now, therefore, 1, Thomas E.
Campbell, Governor of the State of
Arizona, do hereby designate Monday,
October 10, 1921, as Fire Prevention
Day, and I urge every citizen to
take an jactive part in all measures
looking toward the prevention of
fires., Tt Is requested that the day
be observed by clearing up and abat
ing all circumstances of iivflamnble
material and abolishing a tire haz
ards wherever same may be found.
Let the day become Mie of rigid in
vestigation of all premises with a
view of preventing the Incepton of
conflagrations. In this worthy mom
ent our churches can be of great as
sistance in spreading the doctrine
of carefulness from the puloit and
through the Sunday School. The pro
motion in our schools of systematic
instruction in fire prevention should
be given special attention on this day,
in order that there may come about
at frequent intervals a recurrence of
public realization to the ever-present
peril of fire and the means whereby
this calamitous destruction of life
ajid property may be averted.
In Witness Whereof. I have here
unto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State to be affixpd.
Done at Phoenix, the - Capital, this
30th dav of September. 1921.
THOMAS E. CAMPBELL
Attest: Ernest It. Hall, Secretary
of State.
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Could you say that if fire destroyed
your office tonight?.
Why not give your valuable records the best pro
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Wall Steel File which has two steel walls and a layer of
asbestos between?,
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A VACANT lot with its black charred
ruins is an object lesson of the value
of sound insurance. Homes are rarely re
built unless insured. The loss is too heavy.
Safeguard your interests NOW. Cover
property against all possible damages.
Call today and talk over this important
matter. Don't delay for delays are costly.
We will explain all details without obliga
tion on your part.
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Insurance of AH Klnda
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Contractor and Dealer in Marble and Til
11 South Fifth Avenue; Phone 739
As a stern-reminder of the great Chicago fire, October
9 is each year set apart as Fire Prevention Day. Yet in
spite of stringent laws, improved building construction,
and modern fire departments, fire still gains headwTay.
The total yearly loss in the United States has increased
to the astounding figure of 350 million dollars and fif
teen thousand lives.
Much of this loss represents sheer waste, hideously
criminal A great many of the fires could have been"
prevented had proper precaution been taken- the losses
could have been covered with fire insurance. "Were
they?" you ask in some cases, ye in others the owner
had neglected to secure himself with good fire insurance.
He lost
Is your property your household goods your auto
mobile protected by good insurance?
We represent some of the largest and strongest Fire
Insurance Companies operating in the west and are in a
position to offer you excellent co-operation and advice
on insurance matters.
We are eager tohelp you in
securing the exact amount of
insurance you should carry to
be fully protected, going care
fully into the most minute de
tails of your individual case
and. giving you dependable
advice and counsel on prob
lems that have to do with all
kinds of insurance.
CARL H. ANDERSON
INSURANCE AG
16 East Adams Street
PHOENIX, ARIZONA
NCY
Telephone 752
1 fate s m Fare
No matter how long your jewels and
other valuables have remained safely in
your possession, one fire, which might come
at any time, can deprive you of them. And
this is true too of your valuable papers and
documents, the loss of which cannot be
covered by insurance.
Our Safety Deposit Boxes will absolutely
protect your valuables and securities
against carelessness, fire or theft. We have
also made provision in our Safety Vault for
the safe keeping and storage of Furs,
Small Trunks and Bags.
GET THIS ABSOLUTE
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