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ETERNAL REST
Ono of tho saddest deaths that
have occurod here was that of Mrs
Luolln Bingham at her homo In Lay
ton Sunday morning April 9 1922 at
7 oclock altor an 1H11033 or two nights
and a day from dlabetls She
was tho beloved wife of Jodie Bing
ham and Is survived by him and four
children her father Adam Welkor
seven brothors and four sisters
Mrs Bingham Is tho first one of
a family of twolvo children all of
whom aro past thirty years old to bo
called to nor eternal rest It Is not
often that all tho children In a family
of this number llvo to attain an ago
of maturity without tho circle being
brokon
Mrs Luolla Welkor Bingham was
born In Bloomlugton Bear Lako coun
ty Idaho on August C 1880 and was
at tho tlmo of her death nearly 42
yoara of ago Sho was tho fifth
daughtor of Adam and AgneB Welker
and camo to Safford when sho was
three years old and has lived here
ovor slnco On November 30 1904
sho was married to Jodlo Bingham
and to them wore born flvo children
four whom aro living Sho was a
faithful wife a noble mother a tnio
friend nnd counselor to all her asso
ciates and was a faithful worker Iri
tho gospel cause being at tho tlmo of
her death secretary of the primary
association and first councolor of tho
Young- Ladles Mutual Improvement
association of tho Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints and has
always performed hor duties In a
cheerful and willing mannor Sho
has set a noblo oxamplo to her fam
ily her friends and her nolghbors
Funeral services were hold Monday
afternoon at Layton church at 200
oclock and were attended by a largo
congregation Bishop Greonhalgh
presided and tho speakers wore Mrs
Austin Evans II L Payno and Law
renco Hollnday all of whom spoko
of their pleasant associations with
tho dooeased In thoir work together
In tho church and of lior help In tho
homo and community Tho opening
niM nfniinil 1ir llnttnnH
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by the choir and among tho songs j
sung wero Sister Thou Art Mild
and Lovely and Guido Mo to Thee
Spencer Kimball nnd Mrj ClatenGQl
Naylorbdth sang beautiful solos
Interment was mado In Unbii
- tWy and tho grave wus dedicated by
John Mortis tf Many beautiful floral
offorings wero sont by friends and re
latives as tokona of tho high osteom
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S in which
JrsiBIngham was hold
who died at his homo in Layton last
Friday morning will bo hold In tho
Methodist church Saturday aftornoon
nt 3 oclock and will bo conducted by
Rov J L Lyons Tho remains ac
companied by Mrs- Stanley and hor
mothor Mrs Laura Gilbert will leave
ton tho Apacho Saturday night for
Long Boach California where burial
will bo made
FROM FT THOMA8
Albert Todd grandson of tho lato
T OBryan camo up from his ranch
at Ft Thomas Friday evening to nt
tond th funoral ot his grandfather
which was hold Saturday aftornoon
Ho returned homo Saturday night
Miss Eudora May Parker and Jerry
S Kinsol wero united In marriago
Saturday evening at the homo of tho
bridos parents Mr nnd Mrs Knight
Parkor 305 South Dovereaux streot
Tho ceremony was porformed by
Rov Talloy Williams of tho Baptist
church In tho prcsonco of tho im
mediate rolatlvos of tho contracting
couplo 1
Tho bride la a natlvo daughter of
Globe and a favot ito among her
friends Tho groom who Is a son
of Mr and Mrs Jolin L Kintsel of
Globo Is employed iat the Interna
tional smoltor at Lowtor Miami
Tho happy couplo havo takon an
apartment at tho cojrner of Syca
moro and High streets Globo Record
Mr and Mrs Parkor lived In Saf
ford for a number of yjpars and Miss
Parker is well known hero having
graduated from the higbi school Sho
has many friends hero who oxtond
thoir best wishes for heir future hap
plnesa
rarjlps
ESIUBUSHEH
1I1IL Ml
A bill for the establishment of a
national park at tho Grant Canyon
that was Introduced In tho IIouso of
Representatives in January 1917 by
Beprosentatibe Carl HaydenAls now
before that body for action and dur
ing tho discussion that followed tho
Introduction of tho bill tho following
speech was made by Mr Hayden
Mr Hayden Mr Speaker Mark
Smith onco said
Tho Grand Canyon of tho Colorado
HIvor in Arizona offers to man the
most stupendous wonder of the wholo
surfaco of the earth for his contem
plation nnd enjoyment God put it
thoro for peoplo to see
Tho tongue of man can never form
words to desc e tho glorlos o fthat
mighty gorge Tho oyo alone can con
vey nn Impression of Its vastness and
Its over changing beauties Tho
Grand Canyon San rightfully be called
u greatest of tho national parKs
UlU UM -v J t Ig thQ fluty of CongroSa tQ maR
i tf by Wm Ellsworth Tho singing was
accesslbIo b Incrca8tag thousanls
of Americans who are learning to
f
Hlove thoir country more because they
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Know it bettor
For tfotno imSccOuntablo reason It
is proposed that no appropriation bo
tnadd for tho Inalntcnaijce and im
provement -of tho Grand Canyon na
tional park during tho next fiscal year
Tlila falluro to provide funds will still
loavo overy aero of it a national park
becauso Congress haa by law
lnl nl nnn I n nHiiht fj lt I W
FUNERALSERVICES TO 1 V i -
BE HELD SATURDAYV0Utflt aI1 oniymcnt ot tno Amorl
JK mn pooplo ThaV law contomplated
i Sendees foV Charles F StipyJt Congress would provide monoy to
build roads and trails and make other
Improvements in order that tho pub
lic may havo better accoss to Its many
recreational acloutiflc and education
al attractiona Slnco It la a national
pnrk what Justification can thoro bo
for discriminating against tho Grand
Canyon when much largor suma than
88000 aro carried In this bill to ho
expended In tho Improvement of othor
national parks For oxamplo 3G1
800 -at Yoaoraito aud 178700 for tho
Glaclor National Park In Montana
Having sponaorcd tho creation of
this national park I havo naturally
boon lntoroatod to seo that approprl
atlona woro mado for Its development
Continued on pago Six
GENUINE FORD
PARTS
PHONE 10O
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5asvA
Tho Unknown Hero who never
received a splendid funeral but is
still ullve and looking for a job is a
special object of tho veteran census
now being taken under direction of
Swift Murphy post of tho American
Legion and Its Auxiliary Unit The
Loglonaires are going out to get tho
namo of every man and woman who
served tho country In tho world war
what their needs are whether they
havo unpaid claims for compensation
or not and what their Ideas are In re
gard to tho adjusted compensation
bill They are especially anxious
that overy ex service man realize that
his name is wanted whether he is a
member of the American Lgion or not
Tho census is especially designed to
bring to light all cases of suffering
through war service that havo not yet
been remedied All ex service men
and women aro to be aBked if they
havo Buffered any disability through
the war and If so if they aro securing
adequate compensation It they are
Tho examinations for county
scholarships will bo held on the first
Saturday In Muy May C 1922 at the
office of tho county superintendent of
schools Safford Arizona
These scholarships amount to 500
each and are granted annually by the
state to each county to bo assigned
to that high school student who pas-
sos the beat examination set by tho
Unlvorsity The scholarship is good
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for ono year at the University and ia
payable by the state direct to the Uni
versity tujbo applied on tho stu
dents bill foVboard room incidental
and othor fees
Tho examination- ia opon only to
residents ottho county betwoon tho
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ngeB of sixteen and
twonty ono or
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graduates of ono of tho four yoaf high
schools of tho county or it there bo
no four year high school in tho
ty of an equivalent course elsewhere
Boforo a candldato ia allowed to take
tho examination ho Is required toan
swer tho questions on forms furnished
by the University to each county su
perintendent of schools entitled An
plication for Scholarship Examina
tion When tho county superintend
ent shall havo examined tho answers
ho shall it ho finds thorn in accord
ance with tho rulos and regulations
preacrlbed sign tho cortlflcato attach
ed to tho form and permit tho candl
dato to Bit Tor tho examination
Candidates for county scholarships
aro oxamlnod upon tho following sub
jects English Algebra Sclonco
olther Agriculture Botany Zoology
Physics Chemistry or Physical Geo
graphy and two othor subjects Chos
Tsgwzrmm
yiwaw
entitled to vocational training If
they aro entitled to free dental ser
vice and do not know It It will be
found out for them They are also to
bo questioned regarding their war
risk insurance concerning which
thore Is considerable confusion Many
do not know tho torms under which
thoy may reinstate their Insurance
after letting it lapse others
would like to change it into
a permanent form of govern
ment insurance others havo
occasion to change tho beneficiary of
their policy These matters are all
to be taken up
A matter of particular interest is
tho choice tho ex service men will
make among the five forms of compen
sation offered by tho adjusted com
pensation bill These include paid up
Insurance farm and home loans and
courses In vocational training A
groat deal has been said and sunn
ed about the general wishes of tho
ox servico people in this matter but
in need of hospital treatment the facts J nothing has been actually known Tho
aro to bo listed and also If they aro census will clear up many doubts
SENIOR CLASS PLAY ON APRIL 22
Tho senior glass of tho Safford high
school will present tho drama entitl
ed Tho Dust of tho Earth in Lay
ton Hall Saturday April 22nd at 8
oclock admission will bo 35 cents
for students and 50 cents for adults
Tho drama is In four acts with an
Cast of Characters
Interesting plot wound into every lino
of the play Each character furnish
es a good part while the heroino and
her story win tho audience from tho
moment the curtain rises Full of
mystery romance pathos and fun
Dontmlss it
David Moore of tho Maple Farm Farrell Evana
Susan Moore his wife Ethna Clifford
Elizabeth their daughter Wilma Weaver
Jerry their son Raymond Mason
Rev Dr Tompleton a young diviner r Osgood Rawson
Miss Arabella the village newspaper Ruby Welkor
John Ryder the young master of TheMaples Zeff Prfia
Wandering Tom a mystery Marvin Cligord
Old Mose hla companion Barry Claybrook
Noll The Dust of tho Earth Ethel Burns
COUNTY SCHOLARSHIPS
IN THE UNIVERSITY
en from History Latin French Ger
man Spanish Geometry or a second
science The examination is restrict
ed to five subjects
NEW SCENERY BEING IN
STALLED IN LAYTON HALL
M Marquis and F Lo Gendro rep
resenting tho Southern California
Scenic Co aro here painting and put
ting iti new scenery at Layton Hall
which with othor equipment that is
being added will make It one ot the
best theatres in tho southeastern part
of tho state
Jdcigty
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
WITH PARTY
Llttio Voldon Nnylor the two-year-
old son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Naylor
celebrated his second birthday Thurs
day afternoon with a party which
was attended by a largo number of
his little friends Childrens gamos
wero enjoyed by tho ltttlo guests nnd
during tho afternoon refreshments of
cako and lemonado woro served
ENTERTAINS FRIENDS
ON 12th BIRTHDAY
Miss Zona Scarlett entortalned
about thirty of her young friends at
a party given at tho homo ot hor
parents Mr and Mrs Clarence Scar
lett In Layton Saturday afternoon
tho occasion bolng hor twoltth birth-
day Gamos woro played for Bvoral
SAFFORD BALL TEAM
DEFEATS WILLCOX SUNDAY
Tho baseball season was officially
opened Sunday when the Safford
team wont to Wlllcox and crossed
bats with the team from that town
The game was played on the Wlllcox
diamond in the afternoon - with tho
wind blowing about forty miles an
hour but despite this handicap the
game was Interesting from start to
finish and was won by the Safford
toam with a score of 27 to 17 Tho
heavy batting by Bert Allred and
Berry Claybrook were tho strong fea
tures of the game
Arrangements are being mado for
n return game with Wlllcox which
will be played here probably next
Sunday Watch for the advertise
ment of the date
Now that the baseball season is
here tl Is expected that a number of
Interesting games will be scheduled
and as there is plenty of good base
ball material in the valley several
strong teams should be organized that
coul play the different towns
BURIAL OF GILA
ILEyPlEER
LAST SATURDAY
Funeral services were held at the
grave In Union cemetery Saturday
afternoon at 2 oclock over the re
mains of Torrance OBrayan who
died at his homo in Santa Cruz Cali
fornia Monday April 3rd and which
were brought hero for burial by his
son M E OBryan
Rov J L Lyons pastor of tho
Methodiet church read a short rltu
llstic service The floral offerings
wero many and very beautiful und the
sorvices were attened ny a largo
number of his old time friends and
business associates from all parts of
tho valley
Terranco OBryan was born In
Tipperary Iroland December 25 1S44
and when at the age ot four yars
ho came to tho United States and
lived In aoveral different states going
to Kansas before the railroad had been
built through that stato While liv
ing in Oklahoma Mr OBryan was
married to Miss Enlma C Martin and
thoy were the parents of four chil
dren M E OBryan of this placo
boing the only one living From Kan
sas tho family wentjto California In
1814 whoro they lfved until 1884 and
from there thoy moved to Wlllcox
Arizona whero he engaged ini tho
cattlo business later coming to Saf
ford Ho was among tho early set
tlers of this valley and mado his
home hero for thtrtyoight years en
gaging In farming during most of that
time Mr OBryan was ono of tho
substantial nnd conservative business
men ot this section and much of tho
progress of Uio valley la due to hla
untiring offorta
About fifteen years ago Mr and
Mrs OBryan moved to Santa Cruz
Cnllfornia whoro they have mado
thoir homo ovor slnco
At tho outbreak ot the civil war ho
joined tho Union army and aorved
with distinction In both- army nnd
navy and at tho tlmo of tits death
was a member ot theG A It Wr
OBryan Is survived by his wlfo who
was not woll enough to raako tho
trip from Santa Cruz to Safford to
attond tho burial ot hor huBband ono
son M E OBryan proprietor of tho
Gila Valloy Furniture and Hardware
Store nnd flvo grand children
In the death ot Mr OBryan a long
hours and then lco cream and cako nnd uaoful llfo has boon brought to a
woro Borvod closo
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NUMBER 16
E ASSD IS
TAKEN OVER BY
THE A 11
The Arizona Industrial Congress
has taken over the Arizona branch ot
the Intermountain Rate Association
to make It a traffic bureau for all
shippers of the state according to
word received here this week from
the congress The rate agency In
future will he known as the Rate As
sociation of tho Arizona Industrial
Congress but will retain its organi
zation and staff
Establishment of a state traffic
bureau by the Industrial Congress is
expected to be of material benefit
pecially to tho smaller communities
of the state which In past havo been
overlooked In rate adjustments be-
cause they had no means of represen B
tatlon The purpose of the new ar 1
rangement Is explained as follows tajf
letters sent by the congress
merclal and farm organizations
throughout tho state S
he Arizona Industrial Congress
has absorbed tho organization pre 8
vtously known usUlie Arizona Branch
of tho Intermountain Rate Associa
tion and proposes to enlarge Its activi
ties to all rate probloma of tho state
In the future tho Association will bof
known as The Rate Association olf
Arizona Industrial Congress H
The Association Is now In opera r
tlon with a traffic expert and steno-
grapher and will be under the super-
vision of Mr P R Helm president ot
the Association
It has been found that small com
munities are sometimes
roada due to the fact that when rates
to the larger communities aro revised
the intermediate rates are left with
out adjustment
It Is proposed through this Asso
ciation to protect the Interests of
thoso who are unable to support a
traffic bureau of their own Tho
railroads have agreed to cooperato
with ua and to give full consideration
to adjustments presented It is hoped
that by thla cooperation much delay
and dissatisfaction may bo avoided -
Any suggestions regarding tho ex t
panslou ot usefulness of this asao
elation will be addressed to tho
zona Industrial Congress Rate Asso r
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elation
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YoursUor o Greaterjkrizona
P G Splllsbury
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FORD CARS
FORDSON TRACTORS
OLIVER PLOWS
President
ENGINEERVTO GLOBE
Jaa lAi Parker state division en i
ginecr accompanied by Mrs Inrkcr
and thoir little ponlott forClobol
Sunday on n short business tlp
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NOTICE
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Truck season is now
here Do not deliy let
your wants be known
- Remember war is
over and FORDS are
moving get your order
on file
WEBARNUM
FORD LNCOLN DEALER

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