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The Republican i vlenseti at
11 times in publirh notiees of the
meetings and regular services uf
the churches at Pboenli regard
leas of denomination, Uul In order
Unit these notices, may be set up
fur the paper, and, that they may
lie of the greatest service, both to
the clniielies desiring them and
the public reading them, these
notices must be in Die office of
t lie City Ed iter not later than
twelve o'clock midnight on Fri
day night of each week.
rni'in Revival services at the j
tabernacle, corner First and Polk
streets. Brown and Carry evangelists.
.r p. m. Brown and Curry will eon- j
duet a mass meeting for women and
girls only. At 7 :3fl p. m. they will ,
conduct a mass meeting to ivhich all i
an invited. .Mr. Brown will preach
and Mr. Curry will sing.
Central Methodist Church
Corner Central avenue and Monroe!
street; W. J. Sims, pastor and Robin I
Gould, junior pastor. The Sunday
school hour is 9:45. At this service.
Decision Day will be observed and all
members of the Sunday school will j
be given an opportunity to join the'
church. At 11 o'clock, the pastor will,
preach on the subject, "Lenten Medi
tations," the ch oir will sing special
music and Mr. C. T. Yates will give
a violin solo. At 6:15 p. m. the Kp
worth League will hold its devotional
service. The subject for discussion;
Will be, Divorce." The church will,
meet with the other churches of the
city in union service at 7:30 p. m. at'
the revival tabernacle under the di
rect inn of Brown and Curry, the
e angelists.
eoveries in Babylonia, Egypt, Assyria,
and Palestine prove the truthfulness
of Bible records. The sermon wiil
'deal particularly with inscriptions on
ancient monuments, Inscriptions in
! different languages. :j p, in. eireat
j mass meeting for women in the union
tabernacle, Kirst and Polk streets un
der leadership of Evangelists Brown
uul Curry, ( p. m. Christian En
deavor meeting. All our Sunday eve
ning anil week night services are held
i in connection with the other churches
! in the union tabernacle.
First Baptist Church
J. Harvey Deere, D. D., pastor. A
special service Sunday morning with
special music and special sermon on
account of denominational day all
over the Baptist world. All friends
of the church are most earnestly in
vited, while the Baptist constituency
and membership, it is hoped, will
make special effort to be present.
"Following Your Conviction.'' will be
the pastor's theme. Sunday school
at 9:45 a. in. Evening service in the
tabernacle. The church is located on
the corner of Third avenue and Mon
roe street.
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Ray C. Darker. D. D minister.
Sunday school. 1:45. J. i i. Si xson.
superintendent. Public worship at II
a. m. The pastor will preach. Sub
ject of sermon: "Every Christian a
meeting for women
Rink at ":(H. Jleet
the various churches
evangelistic meeting
Rink under the diree
and Curry. These are
First Presbyterian Church
Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Classes
for ail. You are invited. Preaching
service, 11 o'clock: special music by
quartet choir and soloist. Special
men's meeting in church auditorium
at 3:06 p. in. Junior Endeavor iu
the Sunday school room, J:M p. in.
Service for Indians, 4: ail p. m.
Christian Endeavor prayer meeting,
ti: 30, a memory meeting. No evening
service in this church. All are In
vited to the union evangelistic meet
ing at the tabernacle, corner of
First street and Polk the Skating
Kink. You are invited to any v and
all of tile meetings mentioned above.
Church at the corner of Third avenue
and Adams street. Rector, H. M.
Campbell. D- D., pastor.
First Christian Church
Corner Fifth avenue and Monroe
street. Claude C. Jones, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:45 a. m. J. M. Ste
wart, superintendent. Preaching at
11 a. m. by the pastor. The sermon
v Hi be the fifth in the series on
The Bible the Word of God." This
sermon will show that modern dis-
Prophet. Mass
and girls at the
ings for men at
at 3:90. Union
at 7:"0 at the
tion of "Brown
days of great opportunity for service.
Let every soldier enlist. Church at
the corner of Second avenue and
Monroe street.
Trinity Pro-Cathedral
The Very Rev. William Scarlett,
dean. Services on Sunday March 8th,
Holy communion at s a. m. ; Sunday
school at 9:4,"): Bible classes at la:
morning service at 11: Vesper service
at "i p. m. At the morning service.
Dean Scarlett will begin a series of
sermons on "Facing the Facts of
Life." In the afternoon he will con
tinue the series of addresses on "The
Making of the Bible." The following
musical program will be rendered by
the choir under the direction of lfajt
land Davies: Prelude. ' Slumber Song"
Schumann: Venite. Sir John Tweed:
Ward: Anthem 'Come
Coenan: Postlude, La-
"At the Sign of the Dog."
Telephone 1634
I'nto Me.
: Lutheran service will be held :n
I Which the pastor will pn-ach the
third of a series of sermons on i.c
j Pastii. n of Christ. The suo.--t if
j th ; sermon will be - The t ri ll of
'Jesus Before Caiaphas and the few
ish Council." All are cordially invit
ed to attend these services. Imman-
uel P. Frey, pastor, 742 West Filmoic
Union Sunday School
I A change in the hour should be
; noted by those who wish to attend
i the Union Sunday school today. Tie
school will open at 4 o'clock this
i afternoon at the regular quarters :u
the Garfield school at Thirteenth
.street and Roosevelt.
! Sunday school at 2:30, Bernard
Metter. superintendent. o preaching
during Brown and Curry meeting.
Zior. English
t. r
Evangelical Lut'ier.m
xvices are held in the W. I
12' West Monroe street.
; and Sunday school at
Morning service at 1 f 1 : 4
eel ol sermon : " In
Christ and when are we
In the evening at
die we
to a
Christian Science
First Church of Cbrlst. Scientist.
Arizona School of Music. North Cen
tral avenue. Sunday service at '1
a. in. Subject of the lesson-sermon:
Substance. Golden Text: Psalms
37:11. The meek shall inherit Un
earth: and shall delight them
selves in the abundant f peace.
Sunday school at 9:45. The Wednes
day evening testimonial and exper
ience meeting is at s o'clock. I be
reuding room maintained by ties
church is 4:; National Bank of Ari
zona building and is open da.1'..', ex
cept Sunday, from li a. m to -t o. or.
Ai this room a welcome is extended
t'i the public and authorized literature
concerning christian Science may be
read or purchased if desired.
All are cordially invited to attend
ciiui ih services.
Mental Science
Magnet meeting, Sunday, March K
at X p. m. at College Hall directly
north of the Adams Street School.
Si oeial address of importance.
Colored Forum
The Pfraenis Forum will meet in
the i'. M. E. church. Sunday, March
l.l at 3:3eX Topic for discussion
Need of Cooperation" led by Rev.
W. R. Thomas.
The linen shower given by Mrs. P.
!.. Huttun. in hnnor of her son's
fiance. Miss Laura Dunlop, of Hay
den, Ariz., proved to be one of the
most pleasurable events of Winkel
I nan's eventful social season, and a
warm welcome to a charming bride-elect
m. the
tallied a
to tin
it the
it. ami
of thirty as
Hall at - p.
were enter-
when all re
summer din-
contest until
paired to th
inji hall of the Vendome hotel, beau
tifully decorated for the occasion.
Where luncheon and punch were
served. Mrs. Judge Snider offered
as a toast the pledge of the kindest
thoughts of all present to the lady
who was to be Mrs. Fred Cornelius,
with the wish that the years of her
life might "number three score and
ten, ;ln-i if. by reason of .strength,
they be four scone, may every day
l ave at least a glint of sunshine in
it: and when, at last. Father Tim.
The place-cards of double hearts
made fine mementoes. The presents
covered the list of all things beau
tiful and useful in that line. The
guests were: Mrs. J. J. Dunlap, Mrs
Everett McClaskey, Mrs. Frank Pool.
Mrs. W. T. Armstiong. Mrs. Harry
Stanton Bailee, Mrs. Dr. Marden,
Mrs. William Ruple. Mrs. Bernice D.
Davenport, Mrs. Marvin Scott, Mrs
Royal Berry, Mrs, Norman Morrison.
Mis. Harry Johnson, Mrs. Limlsey
Griffin, Mrs. Luke Reay, Mrs. Miles
F.eay. Mrs. Eugene Bailey. Mrs.
Judge Roberts, Mrs. Harriet Hess,
Mrs. E. A. Snider. Mrs. S. D. Wain
H light. Mrs. L. E. Hooge, Mrs. W.
Lb B. Lumbley. Mrs.
Mis. Clara Duncan
Misses Laura May
Holtman, (Catherine
Dunlap. Murl Arm-
nings. Looks as though the Irish
members put one over on Mr. "Ger
many" Schaeffer.
G. Griffin. Mrs.
Eugene Bacon,
l hinlap,
and the
and Miss
olive Wyndham is to
leading feminine role in
Resort" next season.
Grace George, who has been pir
tieulatlv unfortunate in her choice of
plays this season, is now to be seen
in "Jim's Marriage." a new play by
Forres Halaey and Olive Porter.
: tcry,
I rise
writs 'finale'
may her g
ip and call
manv kindlj
out in reply.
er life's his
grandi bildren
blessed." i"
ntiments were
I During the recent game between
the Giants and the White Sox in
London. Manager Median shook hands
with King .George and Mike Donlin
smoked cigarettes between the in-
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