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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, loir. Deering New Ideal Binder IS BUILT FOR SERVICE Ami is "i:c of the lightest-draft binders on the market. The eleva tors have ample capacity, the canvases deliver grain to the packers li ii kly, which prevents grain from clogging the platform elevators. -It is a Hinder easily loaded on and off of truck. Deering Binder Twine Sisal and Manilla all new stock, made of long fibre, which pre vents pulling apart. Ezra W. Thayer Everything in Hani ware l.M-no E. Washington St. 117-1:::. E. Adams St. -Lruiunrir"irv''yv,y " "i"ri'tiJii' PRINTING is tlu modern method of crystalliziiiir aii'l rjietuatiiii; thought. It i. one of tin most powerful weapons in the ar mory of the merehant. If the thought is expressed in terms of salesmanship and the printing executed to attract tin; eve and forcefully drive home the idea to he conveyed, the comhination is com plete. We may be able to help with the message, but our specialty is SATISFACTORY PRINTING The -Mark of Cold Printing Rhone 1020 We are equipped to move anything. Experienced men do our work. Piano moving, Furniture, Crat ing our Specialty. Fireproof Storage Warehouse. Chambers Transfer Co. 18 S. Center. Phone 1228 NUMBER FOUR Ever; car of lettuce that was shipped out of this Valley this year (and there were very few shipped) went to an uncertain market. The growers did not know how much they would get for the product un til it was sold, and much of the lettuce has remain ed in the fields. This lettuce commands a high price on account of its excellence. Why can't we find the proper market for this, and assure our grower of a fair price? This question will be ans wered by the United Produce Growers' Associa te cf Arizona, which is an organization of the farmers and business men to find a market for our products and make the Valley pay a dividend. You can help by buying one share of Preferred Stock and as much Common Stock as you can afford. Each share of stock is Five Dollars, ($5.00), This is not a money making company; it is an asso ciation to further the interest of the Valley. Give us your help and send in all orders to the Chamber cf Commerce, or to the Merchants & Manufacturers Association or to the treasurer of the Company at the Valley Bank. EMPRESS Coming Charlie Chaplin in "HIS NEW JOB" LAMARA "EXPLOITS OF ELAINE" Installments Every Thursday and Friday CHURCH NOTES First Presbyterian Church Corner Third avenue and Adams street. Pastor, Rev. Henry M. Camp bell, D. D. Sunday school, 9:u0 a. m. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Junior Endeavor, 3 p. m. Indian service, 4 p. m. Senior and Intermediate Kn deavor meetings, 7 p. m. Evening worship, 8 o'clock. The pastor will preach at both the morning and eve ning services. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend the ser vices mentioned. Trinity Pro-Cathedral William Scarlett, Dean. Services on Sunday April L'.r. Sunday s hool at l':45; Uible classes at 10; morning service at 11. At the morning- serv ice Rev. Klliott W. Boone will preach. The following musical program will be rendered by the; choir under the direction of William Conrad .Mills. Venite, Woodward: Te Deum, Wood ward; Anthem, "Christian, the .Morn Breaks Sweetly Over Thee'' Shelley. Christian Science first Church of Christ, Scientist, Arizona School of 'Music, North Cen tral Avenue. Sunday service a. 11 a. m. Subject of the Lesson Sermon: Probation After Death. Golden Text: Job 23:10. He knoweth the way that I take: When he hath tried me, I shall come forth as sold. Sunday school at it: 45. The Wednesday eve ning testimonial and experience meet ing is at S o'clock. The reading rooms maintained by this church are located in the Null building on First avenue, rooms .'l!' ami 220, ana are open daily, except on Sunday, from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m., and on Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 to. 9. At these rooms a welcome is extended to the public, and the Bible and author ised literature concerning Christian Science may here be read ov purchas ed if desired. All are cordially in vited to attend church services. First Baptist Church J. Harvey Deere, Jj. D., pastor. "The Dew- and tne Lion" and "Christ and Fanny Crosby" will be the pas tor's subjects Sunday morning at o'clock and Sunday evening at The evening service will be up largely to the songs that Crosby wrote. Baptism. The Sunday school at :;!0 a. in. The JJ. Y. P. I'. at 7:n0 p. m. The tm manuel Sunday school will meet in its building, corner of Fourteenth and Adams streets a" 3:o0 p. m. The church is located on the cornel of Third avenue and .Monroe street. ed previously. Rev. G. W. Formal! will preach both morning and eve ning. Sunday school at the usual hour. Special music at all the serv ices. A cordial invitation is extended to all. J. Allan Ray, pastor. Alhambra Sunday school at 2'30. Preacliing at 3:4o p. m. New contest in the Sunday school. Bible Study Class organized by League. Pastor to de liver lecture, "Memories of Green horn" in near future. Ladies organ ized missionary society this week. Cartwright Sunday school at 10 a. in. At 11 a. m. L. D. Rousseau, M. B. Brooks, Warren . Dille, and L. A. Nichols will discuss, "W hat I Would Do If I Was a Preacher" in reply to recent sermon by pastor on, "What I Would Do If 1 Was a Layman." Rev. Monroe Ris inger of Parker will preach Sunday night. The second Sunday in May will be all day services and dinner on the ground. Riverside Sunday school every Sunday p. m. and preaching on the Sunday of each month. ;it 2:30 second 11 :00 i:0O. given Miss 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. Subject. "Re cognition in Heaven." Christian Kn deavor at 6:45 p. in. At this meet ing, in addition to the talks by mem bers, there will be mi address by Ro bert S. Fisher. Preaching at S p. m. by the pastor. Subject. "The Un pardonable Sin." Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Cnoir practice Friday at S p. in. Mission Bind Mon day at .30 p. -ti. Central Methodirt Church Corner Central and Monroe streets. W. J. Sims pastor. J. J. Mcintosh. Sunday school sui-crintendciiL Miss Roads Organist. Sunday school at 9:43. .Morning worship at 11 00. Junior league at 3 o'clock. Kpworth league at 7 o clock. Kvenipg wor ship at o'clock. At the morning hour Mr. Rousseau will sing "Face to Face." The pastor will preach morn ing and evening. Betnel The revival is in progress at Bethel church and the services today will be in accordance with the plans announc- Grace Lutheran Church Meetings are held at Seventh Day Adventist Church, corner Pierce and Third streets. Rev. John K. ReeJ, pastor. Bible school at 9:45 a in. C. E. Newcomer, superintendent. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Preaching by the pastor or a sub stitute. Evangelist W. A. Cuddy will speal: in the evening at 7:30 o'clock on "The European War and Events That Follow As Revealed in Tloly Scriptures." All persons are cordially invited to attend these services. First Methodist Episcopal Church Ray C. Marker, D. D.. minister. Sunday school, il: 43. J. O. Sexson, superintendent. Public worshfp at 11 a. m. and 8:0o p. m. T.ie pastor will preach morning and evening. Morning subject "Friendship" Morn ing music by ouartet: "Sun of My Soul," Salter, Incidental solos Dr. Tuell and Mr. Johnson. offertory: "O Lord. My Trust Is in Thy Mercy," King Hall. Incidental solo, Mrs. Sar pent. In the evening the pastor will give the first sermon in a series on "How We Got Our Bible." Evrnint, music by the chorus choir: "There Is a Holy City," Shelley. "Mv Soul Longeth," Marston. Epworth League meeting 7:00. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Baptismal service She's Put In Stitches You Haven't And so she can judge from absolute knowledge the extra care which Stein-Bloch put into the turning of a seam. As merchants, we are more than glad to see the feminine members of the family, particularly when it comes to showing Smart Clothed There are so many important points of quality that her eye alone can appreciate. Style, too, of course. The smart hang and drape of the season's models have brought us many new patrons this spring each a customer for a Stein Bloch. May we show you some of the more popular models? Some are priced as low as $20.00. I lor adults in the evenins at the corner of Second Monroe street. Church is avenue and dially invited, pastor. Rev. II. II. Amstutz, Church of the Brethren 1023 Grand avenue. '. W. Guthrie, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m. Isaac Forney, superintendent. Preuching al II o'clock subject. "Testing the Word." Sub)ect for the evening serv ice at S o'clock will be "The Gospel Invitation." Prayer meeting Wednes day evenirg at 7:45. All are wel-; come. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints Sunday school at In a. m. Preach ing at eleven o'clock at 4 14 North Twelfth- street: "Religio" Literary Society meets every Friday night. Street meeting adjacent to the City Hall at 7:30 p. m. Question's freely answered at the street meetings and strangers welcome at all services. Elder J. E. Yates. tended all. pnmuiuiel P. I'rey, pastor, 742 West Filinoie street. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Sunday school. 10:30 a. m. Regular service, 7:30 p. m. 5:4 West Wash ington street. No collections. Every body invited. Amiisemenlls LION THEATER Today Winefred Green wood, in a Comedy-Drama "THE DECISION " REGALE 5 I'eels of First-runJJniversal Pictures - Change of Program livery Day Children. "e Adults, 10c PLAZA Opposite City Hal) Change of Pictures Every Day HART ENTERTAINERS every evening How Is Your Face? Does it. get tanned and Sim hiii'ii t Makes you feel diagi e ahlc, too BEARS Heals and Soothes the roughest kind of skin BE APS (Juarantee it to make KOUGII Skin SMOOTH You get it at THE BEAR DRUG STORE "Money v,. k if ou want it." Opp. City lfali. STUOEBAKER NOTES; NEWS OF THE AUTOS Certain parts of a Studcbaker au tomobile are measured to one oiu- thousandth of an inch. This is to insure Studcbaker accuracy. A Studebaker station wagon on : Pennsylvania state road between Carlisle and Harrisburg was driven six miles with the speedometer never below 40 miles per hour. Several times it went up to 43 miles. Efficiency of manufacture in the Studcbaker automobiles is carried to such a point that the grinding of Studebaker pistons is handled in a department only 38 feet wide and titi feet long. Thirty Ynachines are used merely to grind and finish the pis tons. Plant Two of the Studebaker Cor poration, Detroit, is devoted .solely to service parts. It supplies all. deal ers, fifteen branches and all foreign depots. All express and parcel post orders marked "rush" received before 4:4." p. m. are shipped the same day. After steel for Studebaker automo biles has been under the terrific pressure of heavy hammers in the process of drop forging, it is again heated to remove the molecular strain set up by the violent changes under the hammer. By using drop forgings Studebaker cars lost nothing in strength and gain in lightness. One unacquainted with the magni tude of the industry would never imagine that in supplying photo graphs of its automobiles and views of its factories, Studebaker makes ovtr 68.000 prints annually. It uses 5,3W7,3fi square inches of photogra phic paper, and for plates and lan tern slides 198.610 square inches of glass. Dtd the Studebaker automobile fac tories build less cars, there would be times when certain men and cer tain machines be idle. The loss of their earning power would then have to be charged against the number of cars that were made. The Stude l'aker plants are equipped to turn out about 50.000 cars a year. At present they are running overUm.2. o CALL FOR BIDS Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Clerk, City Hall, Phoenix, Arizona, until four o'clock P. M. Wednesday, Ma- 5th, 1915, Rnd thereafter considered, for the paving of a portion of 1st Ave nut, between the Xorth line of Mon roe Street and the South line of Van Buren Street, as per plans and speci fications on file in the office of the City Engineer. A certified check for 10 per cent of the amount tt ' the bid payable to the' City. of Phoenix must accompany each, proposal as a guarantee that the successful bidder will enter into a contract for the completion of said paving In accordance with the plans and specifications on file in fie of fice of the City Engineer. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive any Infor malities in any proposal. ROBERT A. CRAIG. City Manager. o Mount Sangay, in South America, has been ' in contsam eruption since . 1728. the Missionary Church Meetings at the 'Jospel Tabernacle, corner of Tenth and Killmore streets are announced as follows. Sunday school it :45. At 1 oclock a. m. Kev. Amstutz will speak to the gen eral assembly on the subjei t "Eh in in Power." Christian Endeavor at o'clock.. Miss Helen Chipperfiekl. I-eader and Evangelistic meeting at S- o'clock p. nr. Everybody is cor- . i Zion English Evangelical Lutheran Church Serv ices are held in tile W. C. T. 1". 11 ill, 127 West .Monroe street Bible class and Sunday school at l':4T a. m. II. J. Fast, su erinten-lent. Morning service at 30:45. Subject of sermon. "The Allegory of Agar and Sarah.'' Evening service at 7:43. Subject of sermon "A'-tual Sin." A col dial invita tion to attend these services is ex- First Pentecostal Mission Sunday school at 10 i. m. Supciin tendent Philip Diller. Cod's doalinKs with His people in establishing "The Kingdom of Israel" is proving of great interest to all ill attendance. Let others join our number. The servii-cs at 11 o'clock, 2 :;o anc 7:ti wi!' be conducted bv the pastor, and all are invited to attend. The attendant blessing of the past weeks is antici pated at each of these -services. Tiu-re are also services at 2:-"0 and 7::!" or. Wednesday, and at S : :;) on I'riday. our ehcrch is at Seventh avenue and Jackson street. R. E. Homes, pastoi. ifi Hi ! if? ! 31 Ns I r- J- v 1 a -v X --rr I '-W i 4. ki SOME SHARP-SHOOTING REQUIRED Is there any way to stop this flight? How many communities are making an effort to check this stampede of money THAT FLIES OUT of their home town. WLr.t is OUR community doing? What would all this money mean to YOU and ME, if it were spent with our own business men? The picture is no DREAM or FANCY. The artist has simply brought HOME to us the hard'facts. Let us face them as they are. The group of men with shotguns provides the right ACTION for US. Let us organize to stop this flight. Let each one of us REMEMBER: That HOME values increase in proportion as we spend our money at HOME. That HOME values disappear with every dollar sent away. The Republican Ad-Man.