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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1892. AMONG THE CHURCHES. Sources of Religious Consola tion Today. Everyuhurch In Phoenix Invites the Attendance of Resident and Visitor. There has been unusual activity in the local religious world during the past week. It has not, it is true, been strictly confined to the churches. The fifth annual session of the Arizona Baptist association is one of the most important religious event within the year. It is in many respects to the spiritual eide of Phoenix what the re cent celebration of the completion of a great worldly enterprise was to the worldly fide. Both show strides of progress within the territory, indicat lne that religious and temporal pros perity are marching hand in hand. Church announcements for today are as follows : Rev. E. 11. Foley, late of New York, will fill the pulpit oi the Presbyterian church this morning. The Y. P. S. C. will have charge of the 7 o'clock even ing service. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Regular Y. P. 8. 0. E. meets at 6. Junior at 2:40. The public is cordially invited to the Baptist church today. Rev. W. W. Tinker will preach at 11 a. m. The Sunday school institute will be in ses sion from 2 to 4:30 p. m., with paper and addresses on various phases of Sunday school work. At 6 p. m. the young people will present an interest ing program as follows: Opened with a fifteen minute song service led by Mrs. A.. B. Tomlinson ;' address, "The inter-relation of the church and young people's society," by Key. B. (J. HaviB ; "Bible reader's coarse by Kev. A. B. Tomlinson ; "Conquest missionary cause" by J. F. El well; "Sacred litera ture course," by is. T. (iillett; "Found er's day" by Miss T. B. fehaw. At 7-30 Kev. Joseph Smale of Prescott, will preach the closing sermon when the association will adjourn to meet in Prescott the first Friday m April, 1896. "The Mission of the Church to the Yonn," is Rsv. Matlock's theme at 11 a. m. today, at the Church of Christ. corner Jefferson and Second streets. Evening theme is "The Ambition to be Perfect." Special miiBic at the ser vices. Sunday school at 9 :45 : Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:15 p. m. A cordial welcome to all. Washington Street Methodist Episco pal church, .G. L. Pearson pastor. Services as follows: Preaching at 11 a. in. by the pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. and Junior league at 3 p. m Epworth League 6:30 p. in. Midweek prayer meeting at 7 p. m., Wednesday. Center s'reet M. E. Church, south, Sunday school at 10, a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. rxi. by the pastor, tev. vv. A. Harris. At 2:30 p. m. there will be a missionary service with program. The Epworth League will meet at 6:30 p. m. Catholic church, East Monroe, be tween Third and Fourth streets. Ser vices as follows: Morning services- On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only one mass at 6:15 a. m.; Thursday at 9 a. m. ; Friday and Saturday at 8 a, m. Evening service On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 7 p. m. ; Friday at d p. m., with sermon in Eng lish : Saturday no evening services. On Easter Sunday, morning services half an hour earlier than usual viz: at 7 and 9 a. m. Evening services half an hour later, viz: at 7:30 p. m. At Trinitv church, services today bv Rev. W. H. Fenton-Smith: Sunday school 9;30 a. m. : morning prayer 11 a m. ; evening prayer 4:30. p. m. Ynung people's meeting at 7:30 p. in. Daily services during holy week at 10 a. m Welcome all. stituted in the near future by prom inent members of the K. of P. All secret societies can unite in this degree. The institution of a lodge of Pythian sisters will no doubt be among the fu ture possibilities. As the matter now stands no one seems to stand sponsor until A. A. Long recovers from his celebration. Articles of incorporation of the K. of P. lodge No. 2 will be filed within the next ten days, made necessary by cer tain business transactions. A com munication was received announcing the death of Bro. Wolf, who recently left Phoenix for his home in Indiana. T. Vortel. formerly connected with the Phoenix bakery, has bought out Nelli's French bakery. The man who has stoDped at the Gregory house and is not loud in its praise is yet to be found. H. S. Kneedler of New Orleans, con nected with the literary department of the Southern Pacific company, spent yesterday in the city. Rev. Preston MclCinney left Thurs day evening for Tucson to attend the Presbytery, which convenes iriday morning. He will return Tuesday morning. Speaker Harry Carpenter, of the Eighteenth legislature, made a hurried visit to the city yesterday. He had to keep out of the way of his friends to avoid congratulations and handshak ings which cost valuable time. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were: A. H. Emanuel, Tombstone; John B. Shea and J. M. Pettigrew, San Francisco : J. Roe Young, Sacaton; H. S. Kneedler and wife, New Orleans; A. C. Aubrine, Los Angeles ; A. Langstaff, Lexington, 111. ; Marion Howler, Dan ville, III.; F. S. Conkey, wife and chil dren, and S. R. H. Robinson, Minne apolis; Charles W. Prange, Nuevo Mundo; H. C. Burmister and J.U. Fredericks, Prescott; A. Johnston, Prescott; George Parrer, Pre?cott; Max Kohn, San Francisco; John B. Power, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; W. L. Haster, Chicago; J. P. Orr, Denver; Henry Essinger, Cincinnati, O. Next Sunday is Easter. You know how many days are required for an Easter card to go from here to your friend whom you wish to remember Visit the storeof the Phoenix Stationery & News Company early in the week. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Doines in Th's Branch of Secret Work. Phoenix Lodge, K. of P. No. 2, had a rousing meeting last Friday night. The best turnout of members for many weeks. There were alfo a number of visitors from lodges in eastern cities. Considerable business was transacted among it teing the appointment of a committee on entertainment who will provide each meeting night (when not engaged with degree work) a suitable program for the entertainment of mem bers. It is quite likely that a branch lodge in the Oriental degree will De in i IiIjS WTO! Latest H In the 2 MILLER P BLOCK I Just Received. PERSONAL. houses, and the doors are kept open for light. , One .bitter cold winter's day, says an exchange, while hunting for a work man, a northern superintendent oi the Georgia Marble company went into one of these cabins and found the whole family, blue with cold, huddled over a few pine sticks in the fireplace. Every door was open and the icy wind was sweeping through the room un hindered. Before proceeding to business the northerner banged to the doors, threw several logs on the coals, and soon had things steaming. As they grew comfort able, he remarked: "Now, don't you see how quickly you warm up when you keep the wind out? See what a difference it makes to shut the doors?" The thawed-out Cracker turned to his wife quite energetically and said: "Wife, danged if hit an't so! Don't forget it. When hits cold arter this, le's shet the do'." The French Celt. The common belief is that the French are a Celtic race; but, according to M. Riviere, the Celt is not even the largest element in that mixed race called the French. It is probable that they de rive much of their artistic faculty from their savage ancestors in the stone age, who carved quite artistic designs with a flint burin on bones. The genuine Celt does not appear to be particularly artistic. The Auvergnats are almost pure Celt, and yet their reputation mainly rests upon their capacities as as cabmen. The true Celt, E. Riviere asserts, is chiefly to be found in a belt drawn across France from Savoy to Low Brittany, and he has not been identified at all in the United Kingdom. AMMUNITION. At McKellieon's you can get the fines hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21, East Washington street. ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING. Howard Lone Perforates a Lee ana Arm. Howard Long the 12-year-old son of Manager A. A. Long of the Bee Hive, was the victim of a painful accident yesterday. In company with Walter Logan he was on a hunting expedition. They were driving along the Tempe road and had just bred from a cart in which they were riding, at a flock of birds. Young Logan alighted from the cart and started into the field to ascertain the result. Long threw a cartridge from the chamber of the repeating rifle into the barrel and at the same moment a flock of birds rose. He laid the rifle down to pick up a shot gun. Just then a wheel of the cart came in contact with a stump and the jar discharged the rifle. The ball passed through the fleshy part of his left leg above the knee and lodged in the forearm. The little fellow drove home and especially requested on arrival that there be no fuss made about it. While the doctor was probing the wounds the boy kept up a running conversation with him upon the subject of gun shot wounds and liabilities of accidents when they were least expected. Electric Teeth. A case of electricity generated by a plate of false teeth occurred recently in England. A man feeling a severe pain in his tongue consulted a doctor and dentist, neither of whom could find anything wrong. He then went to an electrician, who found that his false teeth were fastened to the composition plate with. two mgtals. They were con nected by wires to a galvanometer, which, as soon as the metals were moistened by the saliva, showed a cur rent strong enough to cause ulceration and severe pain. The plate was cov ered with an insulating varnish, which put an end to the trouble. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child,- softens the gums. allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea Twenty-five cents a bottle. The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pare or so great in leav ening power as the Royal. THE END SEAT IN THE PEW. It Is the Place Occupied hy the Protector of the Family. "It is common enough," said Mr. Gratebar, according to the New York Sun, "to see a man sitting in the aisle end of a pew in church get up on the arrival of some other member of the family, step out into the aisle to let the late comer in and then resume his seat at the end of the pew. It seems to me that I have read that this custom originated in New England in the early days, when the men all sat by the aisle so that they could seize their guns and get out promptly m case of attack by Indians. We don't have much to fear from Indians nowadays, but the seat by the aisle is still occupied by the head of the family. He stantL, in the aisle while the others pass in, and then calmly takes his place m the end seat at the head of the line, as a sort of gen eral protector. "Sometimes in these days (we are so very free from Indians now) the head of the family thinks it is safe for him to stay at home when he has a headache, and then the young son takes his place. I imagine that he talks it over with his mother on the way to church, so that it is all understood. When they get to the pew he stands in the aisle while his sisters and his mother pass in. I fancy that his sisters are rather glad when they are all seated and no longer con spicuous, but upon his mother's face as she brushes past him into the pew there is a smile of affectionate pride; and then he takes his seat in his father's place and sits there with fine boyish dignity." THEY SHET THE DO' NOW. I IRVINE CO. s s 9 $ 35-37 E. WASHINGTON. IF YOU Want money cook ! GREEHE THE HATTER. ! 5 Fleming Block. J Georgia Craefcers Actually Discover How to Keep Cold Out. In "Cracker" cabins in north Georgia, no matter how cold the weather, both doors, back and front, stand open from daylight till dark, the year through., This, perhaps, is accounted for by the fact that there are no windows in the Want boarders Want a partner Want a Situation Want to ' rent rooms Want a Want to Want to servant sell a sell a girl farm Want to pwhanse anvtttinn Want to sell household goods Want to make any real estate loans Want to sell or trade for anything Want to find easterners for anything TRY THE REPUBLICAN CLASSIFIED ADS. F. J. O'BRIEN, TERRITORIALS IMMIGRATION COMMISSIONER Information Furnished Upon the RESOURCES OF MARICOPA COUNTY 5 ' BUILD A HOME. Where ? Where Land is rapidly increasing in value. The best authority on the subject is GEO. B. PERKINS, Wall and Washington Sts. Everybody Likes to trade where they can find the LARGEST : ASSORTMENT Especially if It is with some old reliable house like that of VANTILBURG & DAVISON, i I Leading Phoenix Jewelers, 17 E. Washington St.: NCMMN$NMIMMMM(MMMNIBHMMMMHM Straws Is tax U OALLOJST ORR & PECK COMMERCIAL BLOCK, 1 For General Information On REAL :-: ESTATE :.: VALUES. CANAL COMPANY. The Rio Verde Canal Co Has removed its offices to No. 14 Second Ave., North, Where they are registering the names of intending Entrymen, Home Makers and Water Eight Purchasers on the Vacant v Government V Lands, Irrigable from its projected Canal and Reservoir System. The company is now selling its Storage Water Rights at $15 Per Acre, Payable $1 at date of purchase and $1 per acre each year. The price of water rights will soon be advanced without further notice to 8S16 Per Acrn. A limited number of acceptable water right purchasers can obtain Employment With the Contractors. Preference will be given in the order of their prioritv'of application, entry of land and purchase of water rights. Phoenix, Arizona.