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NOVEMBER 12 1115
THE CLIFTON FIRE
The destruction hy fiieit ll o two
conccntrntorsore bins and convey 01 8
of the Ai izona CopKT Onipany at
Clifton last lhurbdaj night is it
grettnble The estitnnted value ot
property destroyed places the loss
150000 and the insurance at 100
000 leaving a net low of ifoOOOi
The fire occuning during the
strike of the companys employees
it was fust laid to the doors of the
strikers but later investigation leads
to the belief that the lire was caused
by defective electrical wiring
The fact that the strikers had a
large force of pickets to guard the
property for the purpose of prevent
ing a fire or other means of destruc
tion strengthens the belief of the
public that the strikers had nothing
to do with the burning of the prop
erty
It would be a strange thing in
deed for the striking employees ot
the company to deliberately destroy
company property thereby lessening
their chances of going back to woi k
and bringing the strike to an unauc
cesstul end
Tue syinpatw if the people is
with the employees of the mining
companies as long as they beek the
betterment of their conditions by
peaceful means but their sympath
wouULjmmediately vanish once it
was realized that the stiikers would
resort to the tire brand and imperil
the lives anil property of Innocent
people
THIRD ATTEMPT SUCCEEDS
The third attempt by robbers to
blow open a safe in Pima and get
away with the dough was sucass
fully curried out early Saturduy
morning when two burglars broke
into Lines Bios store and blew oil
the doors of the Citizens Bank safe
The burglars did not get a laige
amount of money they were too
much in a hurry to make their get
away and overlooked several bets
but they were bold criminals as
evidenced by their later actions in
the running pistol fight with citizens
of Pima awakened bv the noise of
the explosions
The work of the burglaisin blow
ing off the safe doors was very
amateurish and greatly different
from the professional yeggman who
would have done the job wthout
arousing the neighborhood
The officers are hot on the trail
of two individuals who answer to
the description of the burglars and
it is hoped that they will succeed in
landing the enterprising pair for a
long term in the pen y
CLEAN SPORTS
The wrestling match Friday eve
ning at Briers Hall between local
talent was the best ever seen here
and was clean sport throughout
Wrestling matches when conduct
ed on an honest basis are sure to
draw large crowds but once it be
comes apparent that the public has
been victimized by a fake bout all
interest in the sport ceases and in
consequence when u square match
takes place there will be few in at
tendance
The exhibition Friday night was
good to see The boys were known
to everyone and the bouts were on
the square Those who attended
were well pleased and there is no
doubt that the pext match between
valley boys will draw a large crowd
and there will be much enthusiasm
for the sport
COURT HOUSE BONDS SOLD
The court house bonds have been
sjld and the advertisement for bids
for building the new court house
started publication this week
The bonds were sold to Sweet
Causey Foster Co of Denver
Colo through the Bank of SnIFord
E W Clayton cashier of the bank
acted as agent for the Denver firm
and the hid submitted by Mr Clay
ton was accepted by the board of
supervisors
The Interest shown in the matter
Qhesalg of the court house bonds
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mendable and is further proof to
the people of Giaham county thai
the local bank is alwayt on the job
when it comes to locking utter the
interests of the people
HOW HYPHENATES ARE
MADE
The United States lb getting
aware of the picblem presented bj
those of other IhmIs who ate among
usbutnot of us Pi tbident Wilson
has made wine sliong speeches on
the subject patriotic association
are being formed and pains are
being taken to mnki the natuinlizi
tion forimJiiics moie smiere Thtsj
things ro all k d but the test of
ilaiK entail ix s ul crucial What
sort of a ial d i the newecmer
gel hue Ih fjle iHHhs on lle
duck extoi innate cab diieis dilat
ing in ney lendeis liMiduUnt i m
pioyment rgencioo imd deadfal
houses aie the least of the evil
Om two msstiable faiuies in
dealing with llie immigiant ate
those ot intlustn and iIiomj of law
Lawiencc Paiers n Ludlow Little
Falls among mmn othem spiing
to mind as typical of the industrial
centers where the newcomer is
overworked underpaid tyiannously
treated and then blamid for lower
ing American standards of living
The Ameiican standard of living is
what these people get Our busi
ncps men hae set it for ihem
We have commented repeatedly
on the mean and sludiJ discnmina
tions made against aliens bv the
statutes of ninny stales In law
malleis the immigiant encounters
Hibt a police ctlicer who does not
undetstand or sympathize with him
and second a police magistrate put
in fci political icasons
In New Yoik City leeently five
nai incut woi kers Auspitz Sigman
Sinuci Stupmcker and Weidinger
wcie accused of muider jailed
liraliy tried and acquitted The
case against them was little better
than a frame up Leading New
York papers such as the Times
Tnbune and World commented at
lenglh on the kissing in cuuit when
the veidict was announcd They
had no woid of the feaiful injustice
which had impel iled the lives of the
innocent Is this sort of cruel stupid
ity at the bottom of the whole
hy phenate problem It is high time
i hat we began to see that the im
migiant is neither a joke nor a nui
sance but a human being Colliers
ARIZONA MINERALS
The directory of Aiizona minerals
published as bulletin No 3 Mineral
Technology Series No 1 of the
Arizona State Bureau of Mines has
had such a demand created by the
shoit newspaper notices during the
past week that it will undoubtedly
be out of print within a veiy few
days after it leaves the printers
The State Bureau of Mines de
sires however to assure those who
may wish this bulletin that a reprint
will be made for their benefit so
that all who desire them may obtain
a copy
This bulletin gives in abbreviated
form a list of the commercial min
erals found in Arizona and where
they are to be found The bulletin
is sixteen ages long and necessarily
is as condensed as is possible for such
woik
Copies may be obtained by writ
ing Charles F Willis Director Ari
zona State Bureau of Mines Tucson
Aiizona
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BILLY SUNDAY AT MOODY
BIBLE INSTITUTE
Evangelist William A Sunday and
his whole party visited the Moody
Bible Institute in Chicago last week
on the mviaii i f i
give ins ii
ofstudfiitBil lie in n s i in i
evangel sin Such quisling i
taken up a die nrgariiziiln n I
towns iinn ci it tin uiinii m
churches pei nnal dealing with in
dividuals neighliothcod Biliie classes
and prayer meetings how a pailot
meeting is conducted hy Mr Sunday
preparatory and toilow up woik
how to leach downtown employed
girls shop work how to leaih
household servants how to select
and conduct chuus etc
The visit of Mi Sunday anil hir
party is one of a series of such visits
from the leading evangehSTs of the
country which the Institute has
planned for this fad and winter
and which marks i further advanci
step in the evangelistic training ot
its students
Beware of Cheap Substitutes
In these days of keen competition
it is important that the public
should see that they get Chamber
Iaino Cough Remedy and not tnke
substitutes sold for the sake of ex
tra profit Chamberlains Cough
Remedy has stood the test and been
approved for more than forty yenrs
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THE VALUE OF A HIGH
SCHOOL LIBRARY
Eeiy High School pupil should
be taught something cmuvrning the
use of a libiaiy for in latei life
probably eveiy one will find it nee
essary to use some school or public
book stock in working out his piac
tical pioblems of everyday life It
u surpiising to note the number of
sludtnts entering college who do
not Know how to find material in a
libraiy 1 believe there is little
doubt but that a considerable per
cent of the college failures are due
to a lack of knowledge along this
line Nor are college students the
only ones who lack in this particular
but many citizens never make use
of their public library because they
do not know how to find their de
sired subjects It is more important
now than ever before that people be
able to use these public institutions
because they are so very numerous
There is now not a city in the United
States that does not have a public
library and scarcely a town or vil
lage while the traveling libraiies
are going into the most remote
country districts
Lest some may think there is not
much to learn concerning the use of
a library I shall here make note of
a few tilings we expect to teach in
our limited High School library
1 How to use the books on the
shelves
2 How to use bound magazines
Pools Index
3 How to use a libiary for le
search work
J Heading lists of books concern
ing certain topics
5 Lists of new books as received
6 Lessons concerning use of card
catalogues
7 Primary duties of a librarian
8 The difference between a table
of contents and an index
9 What a concordance is
10 That a dictionary has many
other uses besides that of supplying
definitions
11 Values of authors and bopks
12 Library investigation of cer
tain topics
The moral of all this work is that
the untrained worker loses himself
and finds nothing
It has been said that the educated
man is not he who knows something
of everything but he who knows
how and where to find out about
everything
I may truthfully say that one of
the most undeveloped yet most
used and valuable departments in
theSaffoid High School is the li
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MAP OF THE NEW WAR ZONE
The arrow indicates where the invasion of Servia started and
also Snloniki the landing place of the French and British forces To
capture the railiond running across Serbia to Constantinople is the
object of the invaders
braiy This library is filled through
out the day with students who are
working with the veiv limited num
bei of reference books which we now
possess It is planned to give a
series of entertainments for the pur
pose of building up our stock of
bookd The first of this series will
probably be given in about three
vyeeks
In behalf of school authorities and
High School students I wish to ex-
piess appreciation for the valuable
booksso geneiously donated by some
of the citizens of Saftoid Mr Amos
Cook giving an eight volume set of
American History and Mr A J
Smith a complete twenty five volume
set of Encyclopedia Britannica The
High School teachers have also beep
most kind in loaning certain valuable
reference books
The following is a complete list
of books in the High School Libiary
3 Vols - Ri ver side Literature
Series
8 The History of Our
Country
22 Dickens Works
7 Library for Young Peo
ple
8 tNormalEleciiveCourse
5 True Stories of Great
Americans
31 A Library of Universal
Literature
7 Washington livings
Works
3 Universal Dictionary
10 - Messages and Papers of
the Piesidents
3 1 Nations of the World
23 Encyclopedia Britan
nica
1 Mechanical and Electri
cal Engineering
1 Applied Physiology
1 i First Couise in Physics
1 Aidath
X Advanced Physiology
and Hygiene
1 Longfellows Poems
1 Botany
1 The Bow of Orange
Ribbon
1 The Herb Moon
1 A Moonlight Boy
1 Photographic Views
I Descriptive Chemistry
1 Oiganic Chemistrv
1 Electricity for Every
body
2 Winning of the West
1 The Long Roll
1 Essentialsof Chemistry
1 - The Life of Curran
1 Lives of Samuel J Til
den and T A Hend
ricks
1 Epochs in American
History
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W L Douglas 250 and 300shoes are the
best that can be produced for the price
W L Douglas 350 and 400 shoes
are just as good tor style tit and wear as
other makes costing 500 to 600 the
only perceptible difference is the price
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of Safford
Beginning with next Monday The Bank of Safford will start
a unique campaign in Graham County and vicinity to get new
accounts
We are proud of all the accounts which we now carry but
satisfaction is the enemy oF progress and we want this bank to
grow with the growth of Graham County and we havejjreat faith
in the future of our county
The resources the stability the safety of this bank are loo
well known to require comment We want- it to be known
also as the bank of friendship and public 3pirit and progress
the bank that our depositors will be proud of
THE CAMPAIGN
While all the new accounts ot course will be gladly wel
comed this campaign is directed especially to the children of
Graham County
The future of any community is the future of its boys and
girls Ten twenty thirty years from now the affairs of this city
will be in the hands of its present children and in encouraging
our boys and girls to develop the habit of saving this bank feels
that it is not only working for the interests of all its depositors but
is performing a distinct service for the whole community in which
all good citizens are vitally interested
You who are fathers and mothers think of the future of vow
children and watch this paper for furtherannouncements of this plan
We have arranged for a handsome present for each boy
or girl opening an account Your children will want one De
tails in next issue of The Graham Guardian
The Bank of Safford
SAFFORD ARIZONA
Business Forms Cus
toms and Accounts
Self Help
Englands Aid
The Puritans Wife
Fiiends Though Divi
ded
The Man Without a
Country
Chemical Analysis
Life of Napoleon
Life of Washington
D M HWNER
The Colds of Mankind Cured
By Pines
Have you ever gone through a
typical pine forest when you had a
cold What a vigorous impulse it
sent How you opened wide your
lungs to take in those invigorating
and mysterious qualities Yes Dr
Bells Pine Tar Honey possesses those
stimulating qualities and overcomes
hacking coughs The inner lining
of the throat is strengthened in its
attack against cold germs Every
family needs a bottle constantly at
hand 25c adv-no-2
250 300 350 400 SHOES
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
WEARING W L DOUGLAS SHOES
VALUE GUARANTEED
For 32 yearsW LDouglas name has stood for shoes
of the highest standard of quality for the price His
name and the price stamped on the bottom guarantees
full value They are the best known shoes in the world
W L Douglas shoes are made of the most carefully
selected leathers nfter the latest models in awell equipped
factory at Brockton Mass under the direction and per
sonal inspection of a most perfect organization and the
highestpatd skilled shoemakers all working with an honest
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Electric Rate
GILA VALLEY ELECTRIC GAS AND WATER CO
SAFFORD ARIZONA
Lighting Rates
For a monthly consumption of e6 KWH or less
All in excess of 666 KWH consumed in one month
100
15 per KWH
Electric current for electric irons electric fans and other electric an
pliunces if taken from tha lighting circuit will be charged for at the
lighting rates provided however that a consumer may avail himself 6f a
cheaper rate by installing at his own expense a separate circuit and
meter in which case the following rates will apply
Current for Electric Irons Fans Etc
For the first 15 KWH consumed in any one month 12 1 2 per KWH
For the next 15 KWH consumed in anv one month 10 per KWH
in excess of HO KWH consumed in an one month 509 per KWH
Power Rates Day Service
For the first 100 KWH consumed in any ono month 10 per KWH
For the next 100 KWH consumed in any one month 08 per KWH
For the next 250 KWH consumed in any one month 07 per KWH
For the next 250 KWH consumed in any one month 06 per KWH
For the next 300 KWH consumed in any one month 0 1 per KWH
All in excess of 1000 KWH contained in any one nonth 03 1 2 per KWH
A monthly minimum charge of 100 for one horse power or less and
50 cents for each additional horse power of connecting load shall be made
This minimum however shall not be charged in addition to the above
charges for current
Sign Lighting
Special rates can be had for sign lighting bj
the Company
appljing to the office of
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