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The copper era. (Clifton, Graham County, Ariz.) 1899-1911, October 12, 1899, Image 4

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THE COPPER ERA, CLIFTON, ARIZ., OCT. 12, 1899.
PROGRAM
For the Teachers' Institute to be
Held in Clifton, Beginning
November 15, 1899.
MORNING SESSION WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15.
Singing ----- Choir.
Invocation - - Rev. Mr. Meeker.
Singing - - - - . Choir.
Election of Secretary.
" " Honorary Members.
Appointment of Committees.
Address of Welcome James Colquhoun.
Response to Welcome Tames Wakefield.
Remarks, by Superintendent of Schools.
How to Maintain Order C. P. Jones.
Discussion.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
Roll Call.
Music Clifton Guitar & Mandolin Club.
Reading, - "How To Teach."
----- Emil Maeser.
Discussion.
Music - - - Miss Pearl Snyder.
Morals and Manners Mrs. Norma Clark.
Discussion.
Recitation - Mrs. Josie Cluff.
Male Quartette Wm. Moore, Claydon &
Company.
In the evening an Informal Social will
be held .
THURSDAY MORNING.
Roll Call.
Prayer, - - - Rev. Mr. Meeker.
Music.
Class Exercise in Geograpy
- Miss Maud Goldacker.
Recitation - . - Mamie Wiltshire.
Reading - - - E. Maeser.
Solo ----- Clifton.
Recitation - - Jos. Anderson.
Primary Arithmetic - Mrs. McRae.
Discussion.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
Roll Call.
Music, ------
Penmanship, - Miss Tuttle.
Music ------
Music in the Public School, -
W. M. Claydon.
Recitation, - - - Miss Snyder.
Nature Studies, - -D.U.Cochrane.
Discussion.
Friday Visiting mines, smelters, etc.
Bring your job printing to the Era of
fice, where you can get first-class work
done at reasonable prices.
Badly Tangled.
I married a widow who had a step
daughter; my father married the step
daughter; that made my wife the mother-iu-law
of her father-in-law, and made my
step-daughter my Ltep-mother.
Then my step-mother, the step-daughter
of my wife, had a son. The boy, of
course, was my brother because he was
my father's son ; but being the son of
my wife's step-daughter, be was there
fore my wife's grandson, which made
me grandfather of my stepbrother.
Then my wife had a son. My mother-in-law,
the step-sister of my son, is also
his grandmother, because he is her step
son's child. My father is the brother-in-law
of my son, because the boy's step
sister is my father's wife. I am the
brother of my own son, who is also the
child of my step-grandmother. 1 am mv
mother's brother-in-law, my wife is her
own child's aunt, my son is my father's
nephew and I am my own grandfather.
Ex. s
A young girl was piinfu ly burned in
a gasoline explosion in Kansas the other
day, ami the local paper concludes its ac
count with this reflection : "Prol ably
every fifth pew in heaven contains some
parson who went there by the g-soline
or coal oil route, and sain s who can't j
play their harps on account of their
burned fingers are quite numerous'
Every once in a white St. Peter srii0s
and says, as the great white g.te opens:
'There's another one of those gasoline
souls coming.' "
One ninht last week Mr. Higgin,
while on his way up Chase Creek, found
Miguel Trujillo lying down near Price &
Co's store a badly wonnded man. Tru
jillo claims that Francisco Balencia laid
in wait for him and without warning cut
him with a knife on the facu twice and
then pounded him over the head with a
rock. The officers have failed to locate
Balencia and it is thought I é has left
town.
Fred Cooper has moved his barber
shop into the building opposite the Cen
tral hotel, and is better prepared than
ever to accommodate his customers.
Ted Davis, member of the late grand
jury, returned home yesterday.
A close observer tells Sub Rosa
of the Londer Leader that he has
noticed a smart maneuver again
and again and again on the part of
the pigeons in the Palace yard. A
dozen or twenty of them will gath
er under the nose-bag of a horse,
suddenly, and evidentlj' prear
ranged, all the birds fly up. The
horse, being startled, tosses his
head ; out comes some of his grain,
and the pigeons settle down with a
merry little twin's le in the eye.
"From thi, dear reader, ' moral
izes Sub Rosa, "learn a lesson. If
you want anything in the world
you must combine with others as
hungry as yourself. Then you
must agitate bo as to startle those
who have what you want. Make
them jump, and it's ten to one that
in the scramble something is spill
ed from the nose-bag of privilege.
Then you must wolf it as hard as
you can."
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