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11 AT E .The Rurkeye canal irrigation district has voted Itself into a drainage dis trict, including the whole 20,009 acres tinder the Buckeye canal, and will in BUGKEY The "Judgment" Is Subject Ably Discussed By Evange list Boger. Prophecies Being Fulfilled at Tent "That there will he a judgment take piaco before Jesus tomes the second tunc, is evident from the teachings of ihe Bible. So declared Evangelist E. C. Boger last night in speaking on the subject of "The Judgment," at the Gos pel tent, corner of th Ave. and Filmore street He continued, "When Jesus ,ci.me at His first advent He came as a Saviour of men. He lived in poverty and it was said of Him ''The foxes have holes and the birds of the air have nests, but the Son of man hath not the whore to lay His head." But at His second coming He comes "as 'King of Kings, and Lord of Lords," also to execute the decisions of the judgment, "l or the Son of man shall come in the Clory of His Father with His angels;" and then shall He reward every man wcording to his works." Matt. lti:27 xlso riev. 22:12. There is a great deal said in the Rihle about the judgment, Paul assures uS in Acts 17: SI, "That God hath ap pointed a day, in which he will judge the world." He also tells us that the work of the judgment was in the fu ture in his day. When Paul stood be fore Kelix, "he reasoned of righteous ness, temperance, and judgment to come." Acts 24:25. "The prophet Daniel gives us a vivid picture of the judgment. ,-I beheld till the thrones were cast down (placed R. V.) and the Ancient of days did sit, whose garment was as white as snow, and the hair of His head like pure wool: His throne was like the fiery flame, and His wheejs as burning fire. A fiery stream issued and came forth from before him, thousand thousands ministered unto him, and ten thousand times ten thousand stood before him; the judgment was sot, and the hooks were opened." Dan. 7: !, 10. John the lV.-vclator was also given a view of the lime scene." And the books were :"Vened. another book was opened, wnich is the book of life; and the dead ' were Judged out of those things which were written in the hooks, according to their works." Rev. 20:12. "Ve see from these scriptures, said Mr. Boger that iJod keeps a record of the lives of men and in the judgment, each case will be investigated. "An individual's name is recorded in the. book of life, God':' great family register, when h accepts Jesus Christ a his Saviour. Jesus is now our treat High Priest in heaven and is making Intercession for his people. God the father is the judge, th anrela are the witnesses. Men are judged according to the deeds done in the flesh, "For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it b good, or whether it be evil." Eccl. 12:14. "Angels of God witness each sin and register it in the unerring records. Sin may be concealed, denied, covered up from father, mother, wife, children, and business associates, but these things at'e laid bare before the God of heaven, (iod has an exact record of every ac count and every unfair dealing. He Is not deceived by appearances of piety. He. makes no mistakes in his of esti mation of character. The Saviour even brought the test down to our very words when he said. "'That every idle word that men shall speak, they must give an account in the day of judg- ment." Matt U:3(. 'Jesus appears before the Father as the advocate of man, and those who Beginning TodayThis Morning MAY 2nd Thousands and Thousands of Pair of Hose Men's, Women's, Boys' , Misses' , Children's IN EVERY COLOR EVERY SIZE EVERY QUALITY EVERY STYLE Anticipatating your wants. Lay in a supply. Buy them by the dozen SALE CONTINUES FOR 5 DAYS-5 DAYS OF WONDER VALUES IN HOSIERY SEE BIG WINDOW DISPLAYS PRICES TALK stall a drainage system approximately 13 miles in length. The election was held Tuesday, and 71 out of a possible 80 votes were cast, 65 in favor of the drainage spstem and six against it, by far the biggest pro portionate vote and majority in favor of drainage cast in this section. Three directors were elected, A. P. Lafferty, Carl Towner and I. H. Park man. Officers will be selected later. The district proposes to issue bonds to cover the cost of the drainage sys tem, probably in the sum of $150,000 or more, and it is reported that bond buyers are already making inquiries. in Current Events Is Shown Lecture confess their sins are not only forgiven but their sins are blotted out, and their names are retained in the book of life," I will confess his name before my Father and before his angels." Rev. 3:5. "Those who hear God s message and refuse to confess their sins, their names are blotted out of the books of life, and they bear the penalty of their sins." This work will not only decide for ever the future of the dead, but will also close the probation of all who are living, after which Christ will come to take to himself those who have been found loyal to him. This investigative judgment determines those who are the loyal subjects of the kingdom. In John 14:2, 3, Jesus tells ns that when he comes again it will be to receive his people unto himself;, That where I am, there ye may be also." "The resurrection will then take place, "For the hour is coming in the which all that are In their graves shall hear his voice, and shall come forth; they that have done good, unto the res urrection of life; and they that have done evil unto the resurrection of dam nation. John 5:28, 29. Those who have been accounted worthy in the Investi gative Judgment, are taken to heaven with Christ, and they with Christ enter upon a work of judgment on the rest of the dead (the wicked) who do not live until the thousand years are finished." "I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given unto them and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years. ' Rev. 20:4; 1 Cor. 6:2, 3. "After this," continued the evange- Vi.-it, the executivo part of the Judgment is given into the hands of Christ, for God." hath given him authority to ex ecute judgment, because he is the Son of man," John 5:28,27. It is then that Jesus smites the nations. Rev. 19:15. "God is merciful in all his marvelous works among the people of this world, in the past he has sent a warning mes sage whenever his judgment was about to fall upon the earth's inhabitants." Surely the Lord God will do nothing but he revealeth his secret unto his ser vants his prohpets." At the close of the 5300 days (in prophecy years) of Dan. 8:14, the sanctuary was to he cleaned. This was the antitype of the ancient work done on the day of atone ment. Whosoever was not right with God on that day would be cut off from his people. It was a work of judgment According to the prophecy cf tipv 14:67 when the work of judgment in heaven should begin God would raise up a people on the earth, to proclaim this very truth. "I saw another angel fly in the midgt of heaven, having the everlasting gospel to preach unto them that dwell on the earth, and to every nation, and kindred and tongue, anil people saying with a loud voice, Fear God, and give glory to him: for the' hour of his Judgment is come." This is the message preached in this tent, said the evangelist, and being proclaimed in over ninety different languages and dialects over the world. How are you going to stand in the judgment brother? Is rt all right be tween you and your God .' Do you know that you have an intercessor tonight at the judgment bar of God?" Subject. fo tonight, "The Law of God, the Rule of the ,Tudgment." Come and spend a profitable evening at the tent. Free literature each evening. THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING. Tze greatest hosiery values of. i 7 mi Al In addition to the direct drainage system it Is proposed to put in wells and pumps of a capacity of at least 2000 inches of water per minute. VOCATIONAL EXPERT PKIIKOOI III GLOBE SCHOOLS Ben H. Johnson, agent for the de partment of vocational educational education, from San Francisco, and I. Colodny, state director of vocational education, have returned from a trip to Globe to inspect the vocational work being done there, and report the classes given there in tho day schools to be ideally adapted to tch life and future of the community. "They are giving classes in minerol ogy, assaying, geology, and allied sub jects," said Mr. Johnson, "that are the best examples I have seen in the state of real adaptation of school work to the needs of the community, and the state as a whole is doing fine in all sorts of vocational work. "Globe is a mining community, and as it grows and expands it will need more mining experts, and these the schools are doing their best to produce. The work is given in the last two years of the high school, the time when the boys are more mature and capable of grasping it, the necessary academic work having been completed in the first two years and in the grades. Thus, when a boy graduates, he is prepared to do some useful and ex pert work about the mines, or to go on to the university and take up mining engineering with a good foundation to boild on. "Throngh the help of Manager Mc Eride of the Thelps-Dodge Interests the school has an excellent mineral col lection, and the company minerol ogist, besides taking care of his work for the company, teaches night classes. Prac tical work and Instruction in the mines is given during the summer school vacation." o RAW FORLOSSOFSIEEP Alleged failure of the Arizona East ern railroad company to transport 12 cars of live stock from Phoenix to Mesa in a reasonable t:mc. resulted in a damage action beinc riled in the su perior court yesterday by the Arizona Traffic Association, against VTalkcr D. Hines, director general of railroads. The association is asking for $S. 116.40. According to the complaint filed by F. ,1 1. Swensnn. George Scott notified the Arizona Kastern that 12 cars wdul-d be delivered at the yards of the Santa Fe, Preseott and Phoenix on December 8 and be turned over to them for ship ment. One car contained I cow. 6 bur ros and 5 horses whilo in the 11 other cars were 2314 head of sheep, all in good condition, cites the complaint. It is alleged that disregarding its duty as a common carrier, the railroad did not deliver the live stock until 30 hours after the shipment was tendered, al though it is claimed the 15 mile run can be made by freight in 60 minutes. Scott was obliged to unload, it is claimed, although the stock yards were unfit to receive the live stock, one be ing in quarantine and the other in an unsanitary condition from rain waters and mud. It is alleged that loss was suffered ,,i diimase from injury to the. amount he i seekiner to recover. He claims that 2214 sheep were damaged; 100 head of sheep died. 100 lamhs were lost and there was a large loss of wool, it is claimed. On February 14. Scott for a valuable consideration transferred to the plain tiff his right to claim for action ofjinst the Arizona Eastern railroad. -0- This is Trophy Train night. Depot 6 to 10 T. M. Adv. It 0 STEAM SCARED TEAM SUES THE RAILROAD Frank McCowan yesterday brought suit against Walker D. Hines, director general of railroads, for $10,000 dam ages as the, result of an accident which occurred at the railway crossing of the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix on February 27. The plaintiff allegest that he was traveling in a wagon drawn by two horses south on Seventh avenue when one of the locomotives without notice blew off a large amount of steam mak ing a great noise, which with the cloud of steam alarmed the horses. The horses became unmanagable and es caped his control, McCowan claims and ran away, breaking, the wagon and throwing him to the 'ground with vio lence. McCowan says the injuries he sustained left him permanently crip pled and disabled. The snit was brought by Judge Rich ard E. Sloan, and BrtirnhncK and Pugh. SUIT TO RESTRAIN LKOIiSlE A TEST OF REM A test of tho land act passed by the last legislature was instituted yester day in a suit brought by F.dward O Brien Mann against I.and Commis sioner W. A. Mouer to restrain him from leasing five sections of state lands to S. E. Megnire,1 who has made application under the new act. The plaintiff, a resident of Cochise county, is represented by Attorney General Jones and Assistant Attorney General L. E. Whitney. Judge Lyman directed an order to the land commissioner to show cause why a restraining order should not be issued and' the matter was tentatively set for hearing on May 12 before Judge Pattee of the superior court of Pima county, to whom the suit of Ben Clark, deputy land commissioner, for the re covery of his increased salary under another act of the legislature, had been assigned. There is involved in that case the principal question which arises in this one, concerning the validity of an act with an emergency clause attached which has been sent to the secretary of state without the approval of "the governor. The plaintiff brings the suit as a taxpayer in behalf of himself and oth er persons similarly situated to prevent the expenditure of money except in the manner authorixrt hy law. It is con tended, is invalid for the reason that though it was an emergency mea.su re. since it was not approved as it was de clared it must be approved, or else filed before the expiration of the statu tory time with the secretary of state with the objections of the governor. POLIGElomSE The first actions brought under the Red Light abatement act were dis missed by Judge Lyman yesterday when upon motion of J. E, Kelson, as sistant city attorney, the cases biuught by George O. Brisbols at the relation of the people of Arizona against Kate Sabre and Martin Gold the trial order was vacated. The city announced that the prop erty was now rented to reputable peo ple and there was no occasion of threshing the matter out In courts since it had already been adjusted. Some weeks ago the police instituted the proceeding against Mrs. Sabra, claiming that she permitted her pron erty in China alley to be used for pur pose of prostitution. The same com ntatnt was made against-Gold relative 11 ALITY ACT MAY 2. MID the year -literally 7 TT to his property in Gold alley. The defendants in answers filed shortly after the complaint went on record asked that Chief of Police Bris bois be required to take such action as the law required to remove from the locality adjacent to their own objec tionable tenants. Mrs. Sabra alleged that the city po THE MEN WHO ARE LEADING YANKS -? rii T:',jl& ' e$ B V-cL rl i'iira, This photo, a U. S. official one. Is probably the first one to show the complete staff of officers as sisting Major General Graves in handling the U. S. forces in their battle against the Bolsheviki in Russia. Seated, left to right, are: Lieut. Col. D. P. Barrows, intelli gence; CoL W. V. Morris, inspector OVER ONE HUNDRED U. S7 FIGHTING SHIPS 2izzzirH : M"" - ":,:,i:cr:.l . r: : 1 J 1 .izzrs ""V" ' ' " y- V ''' " - f IF'."' I ' -e 7 " .fin?, n 1 v i " ' t-i v '"-'"'i - , , j lvi4ffWwr?iW y8 -JJ.T 5y X Z I MSgaXlVv A 'mi -9 llr-i ,rXf jf Part of U. S. Atlantic fleet as it steamed into New York harbor for Mississippi, showing airplanes (indicated by arrows; resting A total of 103 fighting shirks of the U. S. navy are on inspection in New York harbor and will be until the last of the month. They steamed into the harbor a few day ago for a grand review and 17 lice permitted a class of people to re side on property adjoining hers that forced her to rent to people of the same color. She claimed that at all times when, complaint was made she endeavored to remove objectionable tenants. If at any time the property was used for Illegal or unlawful pur poses, she claimed it was without her PRICE Major General William S. Grave and his itaff. general; Lieut CoL P. 0. Robin son, chief of staff; Mai Gen. W. S. Graves, commanding general A. E. F.; Col. H. J. Galfepher. chief quartermaster; CoL J. S. Wilson, chief surgeon. Standing, left to right: Lieut CoL P. R. Faymon ville. commanding ordnance officer; First Lieut F. H. St Goar. assist to give the 30,000 gobs aboard a vacation in New York. Great as the array of ships is, it represents just a part of the Atlantic fleet Several of the new super-dread-naughts have taVing-off places for scout planes. . These slanes are PAGE Fl '.XT. knowledge. She said she was at all times ready to assist the police in re moving conditions that may exist that would in any way effect the good mor als of the community. This Is Trophy Train night. Depot 6 to 10 P. M. Adv. It IN RUSSIA ant adjutant; Capt William Mdl Chapman, aid to general; Capt R. J. Hoffman, aid to general; Major E. L. EichelbeTger, assistant chief of staff; Major T. W. King, adju tant; Major A. 3. Galen, judge ad vocate; Major H. D. Offutt, assist ant chief surfreon; Capt Earl Jen nings, chief engineer. STAGE GIANT REVIEW two-week renew, and view of U, b. S on her fore and aft gun turrets. used for locating enemy ships, scooting along coastlines and get ting ether information. The treat size of the newer type of ships is shown in the photo of' the Missis sippi. TJ airplanes on her run turret loek like mere toys.