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THE COCONINO SUN
Church Notices. I
Preaching services at the Methodist,
church Sunday, June 26th to-morrow.
Morning discourse, "Whose Wo
Are." Evening discourse, "The
Choice of God's." All are cordially
invited to attend these services.
C. P. Wilson, Pastor.
Children' service Sunday morning
at the Presbyterian church.
Special Service at the Catholic Church.
1 On Sunday, the 26th inn,, a series of
Interesting services will take place at
the Church of the Nativity. Right
Rev. Peter Bourgade, D. D., blihop of
Tucson, arrived in the city on Friday
last and on Sunday will preach at High
Moss. After mass he will administer
the Sacrament of Confirmation to a
large class of children and to a number
of adults. The pastor, Rev. Felix
Dilly, will sing the High Mast and the
choir will render an especially fine
programme. In the West it is rarely
wo are given on opportunity to attend
the administration of the Sacrament of
Continuation. It is one of the most im
pressive functions of the Catholic
church, and even those who ore not
members of the church will be interest
ed in seeing It. All are cordially in
vited to be present at the service, es
pecirlly at the sermon of the Right
In tho evening the noted Jesuit mis-j
sionary Rev. Henry M. Finnegan, S. '
J., will lecture at the church on "The
Church of Christ." Father Finnegan
has been engaged for a number of years
in giving missions throughout thel
west In company with Rev.Thos. Sher-(
man, S. J., son of Gen. W. T. Sherman.
He Is now on his way to St. Louis and'
has kindly offered to stop off to deliver
a lecture In our town. It Is to bo hoped
that many will come to hear hint and
enjoy a treat. The lecture Is free and
all are cordially Invited to attend.
The following will be the order of
services for Sunday:
At 7:30 a. m. Low Mass.
At 10 a. m. High Mass with sermon
by Rt. Rev. Peter Bourgade, bishop of
Immediately after High Mass, Con
At 8 p. m. evening service, at which
time Rev. Henry M. Finnegan, S. J.,
will lecture on "The Church of Christ.
Disastrous Fire at Albuquerque.
Grant's opera house block in Albu
querque was destroyed by fire last Sun
day morning. The building was val
ued at 60,000 and was insured tor 21,
000. Ilfeld Bros., general merchants,
occupied the lower floor and their loss
is estimated at $1.0,(K)0 with an insur
ance of $l0i,0U0.
Yes, Arizona's promptitude lu fur
nishing her quota of soldiers should be
remembered to her credit whea the
question of her statehood comes up
again. Her population is now nearly
double that of Nevada, and while Ne
vada's figure dropped from 62,268 to
45,761 in the decade of 1880-00, Arizona
has been steadily and rapidly advanc
ing in population. By all means give
Arizona iv place among the stars, that
glorious constellation that adorns the
field of the American flag. Los Ange
Cattle shipments out of the valley still
continue. Twelve carloads are to be
shipped from Glendale to eastern
points, and Bark andCrlswell will ship
a trainloud to-morrow to Colorado.
Christy Bros, sold a carload to EX A.
Cutter of Wlllcox, and sent It out Sat
Attorney Phil Thornton of Williams
has been transacting business with the
court officers to-day. i