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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 297 1920.
PAGE SEVEN" SPECIALISTS In the examination of Eyes and tht Fitting of Correct Glasses Northrup Optical Co. 8 EAST ADAMS STREET Phono 690. for Appointment HADES! iTaei I COUNCIL 5 WEATHER FORECAST Arizona fair Monday and Tuesday, wurmcr Monday. Colorado Fair Monday, warmer west portion; Tuesday fair and warmer. New Mexico Fair Monday, warmer north portion; , Tuesday fair and warmer. WEATHER REPORT 1LL1S WILL NEVER DIE SIS a 36 East Washington SL Phone 3089 Stations -5 O it 3 53 ? tr a o MUNSON OPTICAL CO. 8 E. Washington Street PHOENIX, ARIZONA Boston 34 38 Cloudy ,04 BuffaJo 34 S3 Pt. Cldy .00 Chicago 44 44 Clear .00 Denver 32 38 Clear .00 Flagstaff 30 38 Clear .00 Fresno 60 64 Clear .00 Galveston 62 66 Clear .00 Kansas City ... 48 4S. Clear .00 Los Anselcs ... 72 78 Clear .00 Minneapolis .... 40 42 Cloudy .00 Needles 60 62 Clear .00 New Orleans ... 54 62 Clear ' .00 New' York ....... 40 44 Cloudy .00 Oklahoma 38 48 Rain .01 PHOENIX ...... 58 68 Clear .00 Pittsburg ' 40 44 Clear .00 Portland, Ore.... 50 54 Cloudy .00 St. Louis ...... 42 52 Clear .00 Salt Lake City.. 34 38 Clear .00 San Diego 68 74 Clear .00 San Francisco .. 56 60 Clear .00 Spokane 43 48 Cloudy .00 Tucson 62 68 Clear .00 Washington .... 44 44 Cloudy .04 Winnipeg 35 34 Cloudy .04 , Yuma 62 65 Clear .00 Phoenix Seed and Feed Company Wholesale nd Retail 125 East Jefferson St. Baas, Barrich & Co, Ira GROCERS WHOLESALE ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. Tha Only EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE Hardware Houe In the Stata Constable Ice and Fuel Company Phone 1555 , WOOD AND COAL KlT Ssaalf raW aTasrBear 62 47 27 NE 9 0 58 44 28 SW Locai Weather Yesterday 6 a.m. Noon 6 p.m Temp., dry bulb 50 Temp., wet bulb 38 Humidlt, per cent 26 Wind, from N Wind .miles 6 Rainfall 0 Weather ; Clear Clear Clear Highest yesterday i ; 69 Lowest yesterday 43 Total rainfall ,.; 00 Excess In temperature yesterday, decree. Deficiency In temperature sine the first of the month, 2 degrees Accumulated deficiency In tempera. ture since January 1, 95 degrees, Normal precipitation, January 1 to date, 7.25 Inches- Actual precipitation, January 1 to date, 6.21 Inches. Deficiency since Jan. 1, 1.04 Inches. OBITUARIES Funeral of Euclid Forest Funeral services for Euclid Forest who died Friday, will be held at 8:15 o'clock tomorrow morning at St. Mary's . church, conducted by the Knights of Columbus. Funeral of Mrs. Lillie Little Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Lit tie will be held at 2 o'clock this after noon at the Merryman chapel. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery. . o PIONEERS Who Are They? OF ARIZONA Where Are They? Name era a -avt Age How long in Arizona Present address a mm m'm r.a lican. Phoenix, Arizona. is the 'mystery of God for dealing : with mankind. This church is distinct and separate from the rest of the world in many ways, and the New Testament is for her guidance. Her reward will be heavenly, not earthly. The Jews are the . key to the Old Testament. It was written to and for them. Exodus 19:5. Amos 3: "God's contract with the children of Israel included special blessings if I foithful and special punishments if un faithful the time for each to be of W. E. VanAmbergh Cites Bible Quotations Tells Audience All Who Live Until 1925 Will Have Good Prospects Of Living Forever This earth is a pretty good place to live in, even if there are such things as floods, droughts, earthquakes, financial crises, strikes. lockouts, pestilences and wars, and most people admit they prefer living here to any other known place. Now to be told that God has started to clean up the hospitals and doctors, undertakers and equal length. To unlock the Old cemeteries, criminals, lails and iudsres. Testament, note some oi me promises imi unrt tiavioa. kinera and kaisers, recorded In Jeremiah 32:40-44 ana bacteria, parasites and other things is I Chapter 3d, ana kernel, i-napiers so interesting, to sav the least. That is and 37. xnese mcmre a prpmise to re- exactly what W. E. Van Ambergh of store them to their land of Palestine, Brooklyn, noted lecturer, told nearly 500 people at the Arizona School of Music yesterday. Mr. Van Ambergh is lecturing throughout the country tinder the auspices of the International Bible Zachariah 9:12 and Isaiah 40:2 Students' association, and his talk here yesterday proved interesting to the large audience that heard it. Mr. van Ambergh's lecture will be followed by one next Sunday afternoon at the Odd Fellows hall by R. II. Herscher of New York. In his lecture Mr. Van Ambergh de clared that many people now living literally will never. die; that they will double Is returnipg favor. Eusebius' Fill out this blank and mail it to Pioneer Editor, Arizona Repub- m ra but only after God has cast them off from his favor for exactly, as long a time as he had shown them special favor. This 'double' is mentioned by three prophets (Jeremiah 16:13 and 18, Note marginal reading of the last). The turning point from favor to disfavor is foretold in Zachariah 9:9, coupled with Matthew 21:1-5 and , 23:37-39. Their special favor began at the death of their father, Jacob (Genesis 49-28,33) and lasted to A. D. 33, when Christ rejected them " from further favor a period of 1,845 years Note the exact I Bay. Diamonds and Pay Highest Cash Price Ylack Gardner 45 N. CENTRAL localmeJS PLUMBING l HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES Send me your work for quick and efficient service , O. E. BELLAS 10 North Firs St-f Phone ROWENA CIRCLE TO MEET The Rowena circle will hold an all-day meeting, starting at 10 o'clock, tomor row at the home of Mrs. Emma Wor clen, 1101 East Polk street. All mem bers and visiting members are cor dially invited to attend. BODY SENT EAST The body of Joseph Weight, which lay in state at tho Merryman chapel Saturday after noon, yesterday was sent to Oklahoma for burial. never require the services of an un dertaker. People who live until 1925. said Mr. Van Ambergh, will have good prospects of never dying. 1-oUowing is a resume of his lecture: The Lecture "The Bible, though scouted by many, is rapidly forcing its critics to cover. The first three chapters of Genesis record that God formed the earth In six creative epochs, or days. Other statements give the length of these days as 7000 years each, or 42,000 years in all. It still needed one day, 7000 years, to reach perfection. " How ever, God perfected one apot, the Gar den of Eden, furnished it with perfect food, climateand conditions, - that it might sustain life for His forthcoming new creation, man. There he placed the first pair, the man and hi3 mate, with instructions to fill the entire earth. The man was perfect, beauti ful, lord of the earth, in full harmony with his Creator, but human in every respect, "of the earth earthy." Before him stretched the prospect of a per fected world filled with his own chil dren, as perfect as Himself, and end less life with which to enjoy His bless ings. Genesis 8:22 states positively that if man could have remained in touch with the garden conditions he would have lived forever as a human being. But his disloyalty cost him his beautiful home, his dominion, his life. Today he is dead, and his children are dying, unable to save themselves. "Passing over the intervening parts of the Bible which relate to man's ex perience with sin and his struggles to free himself from its death toils, note the last three chapters of Revelation. They describe this same earth, then perfect, with millions and billions of people, still human beings, though per fect, in full harmony with God and in possession of a deed for eternal life. btrange to say, they are the very chil- Eccleslastical History states that Just 40 years later, A. D. 73, the nation went to pieces. Ewald's History of Israel, Volume IL and many others corroborate this. Another Line of Prophecy . Exactly 1,845 years after A. D. 83, namely, 1878, the Jews were granted the first favor in many hundreds of years religious and civil liberty in Palestine reference, 'Berlin Confer ence,' June 13 to July 13, 1878. Com pare the International Encyclopedia on this subject with Zachariah 8:23, as to the number of nations represented at than conference, and recall that the chairman was Lord Beaconsfield. a full-blooded Jew, who wrote the ar tides of agreement between Russia and Turkey which contained the stipula tion for religious liberty for Palestine, Note further: Just 40 years later, namely 1918, another marked favor came to the Jews. The Turk was driven from Jerusalem in the fall of 1917. In February. 1918, King George of Eng land, will full consent of France and the United States, sent a commission of notable Jews to Jerusalem, to reach there the first day of the Passover (March 26), with authority to rebuild their old homeland Just 40 years ns ing from first favor to national recog nition. Now 13 nations have extended recognition to the Jews. Note the prominence of the Zionist movement in all the papers. Shall we say that such accurate fulfillment of prophecy is purely accidental? "Another line of prophecy ends In 1925. Leviticus 25 states a law given to the Jews, and St. Paul says those laws were pictures or types of larger things for the whole world. (1 Cor inthians 10:11). This law was that on entering the land of Canaan they should begin to count, and every 60th dren of Adam, his family rescued from "ea-r should be a Jubilee, when every sin and death, resurrected by Christ. I Jewish slave was to be freed, and all reunited and .happy. Only , the wil- I land be returned to the original owner, fully disobedient ones are missing, or heirs. Every 61st year all Israelites tneir portion being the second death, were to styrt. equal again, what a extinction, not eternal misery. picture of God s great Jubilee for the "Kevelation 21. Isaiah 36. 63:17-25. whole world! Recall the first three z:2-4; Micah 6:1-7; Ezekiel 36:21-38; SEili IN MIS TD TIE BNHKI To prevent any misunderstanding concerning The Republican's plan to i preserve the names of the pioneers of Arizona and to bring them together in a great reunion early' In 1921, it has been found advisable to offer the fol lowing definition: A pioneer is one who has lived con tinuously, or nearly continuously, in Arizona for 85 years, or from January 1, 1886. In one or two instances men who had lived in the state for only a few years have been named as pioneers, when in fact to list them as such might invite adverse comment from those who had been real pioneers in the real meaning of the word. The list of pioneers took an upward bound yesterday that brought the to tal gratifyingly high. The invitation of The Republican has been issued only a few times, but it has penetrated to every part of the state. Names and addresses are being sent in from tne most remote corners, ana wun tne institution of a new plan to reach the outlying districts, The Republican feels that the first comprehensive list of pioneers ever: attempted in the state will be practically complete be fore the first of the year. Remember that all that is necessary is to fill out, the blank at the head of this article and mail it to the Pioneer editor, Arizona Republican, Phoenix, Arizona. o Japanese Hunger Striker Dies On 13 th Day Of Fast Republican A. P. Leased Wire TOKIO. Nov. 28. The first hunger strike in the orient on record, that of a, prisoner incarcerated in connection witn the itorean maepenaence move ment, ended fatally today when the prisoner died in the Zoul jail. He had fasted 13 days.- o The Innocent Spectator Two boys, were brought Into court on a charge of assault and battery upon the person of a third boy. One of the boys was convicted of the assault and one was convicted as an accessory. Tho latter was made to admit that be knew the attack was to be made and that he stood by and watched the fight. Tho Judge fined him $25. o "Tell your, customers not to buy their under wear a half dozen sets at a time, but to have them marked 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and wear them that .way. The average fellow goes to the bu reau drawer and pulls out whatever's on top. As a result, some sets , wear out sooner than others. And no set gives all the wear it should. The thing is to rotate them. And the only way is ot have them num bered." Let's mark yours next time you buy! Not that we haven't .lots of good underwear to sell, but when we have a good idea we like to pass it on. McBoimall & Cassou WASHINGTON ST. Bellfleur Apples per box ........ CRIPPLED FEET Appliances and fittings etlsfao tory Free examination. KIMBALL & HULETT N. W. Cor. 1st St. and Adams SPECIALS Sugar Sugar Granulated Sugar, J7p per lb. ........ .,..... I v Wo win sell you 5 lbs. at the above price with every $6.00 order of other groceries. $2.48 "... 16c ... 21c 35c 25c : ....... 28c ...... 28c Breakfast Bacon per lb. OUIs Picnic Ham Q A per lb. ................. OUC Peanut Butter QOf 3 -lbs. can .... vUC 73c Macaroni or Spaghetti per lb Dried Prunes per lb Fancy Potatoes 10 lb. Onions 7 lbs for ...... sTollet Paper 3 big rolls Salt Pork per lb . . ' . . CrystaJ White Soap 10 bars for ..... P. & G. Naptha Soap QQs 10 bars for. ., OiC Fancy Pink Beans 10 lbs. for Good Bulk Coffee 3 lbs. for ........ 98c 87c WE DELIVER Send Us Your Mail Order Griebel's Grocery 218 W. Washington St. Phone 1503 CERTAINLY We Repair Shoes Modern Methods Efficient Workmen Best Materials GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP 26 West Van Buren TO RENT The Messinger fire proof steam heated apartment. No tubercu- lars or young children. Phone 1828. b 'Sheldon the Jeweler 106 N. First Ave. The Best Equipped Work Shop in Arizona We Repair Swiss and All Foreign Made Watches Ask for Chicken Suits, Coats and Dresses. The Parisian, "The House of Youth." LOANS EASY TO GET In turns op to 1300 at lawful rataa, n your furniture, piano, automo bile, livestock. Implements, eto. Ft, pay In small monthly payments Iff desired. Ample funds. Juet and ourteous treatment. Strictly con fldentlaL PEOPLE'S LOAN AND INVEST- MENT COMPANY Phone 1390. S3 East Washlngtoa itTltlit Arizona Iron Works, Inc. p. O. Box 87S Phone 1J71 Three blocks south of Stata Cap ital between Jackson and Harrl son Streets. Wa have an up-to-date Foundry and Machine Shop and specialize in repairing Mining and Cotton Gla machinery. E. C. VOSS, Manager. IF IT'S JEWELRY WE MAKE IT TO ORDER Geo. De Freitae Manufacturing Jeweler If It'a Broken We Repair It . 25 North First Ave., Phoenix Announcement We will offer to our trade from now on a special bargain every week. Watch this space carefully 'each week and we will save you money. WEEKLY SPECIAL NO. 1 100 lb. Sack of Ari-Zona Brand Scratch Feed Value $3.75 And A One Gallon Cone Watering Fountain e. Value 80c both for "CADILLACS" Wa have a factory man that can B'vo you aervice on your cars. i SANSON & KARLSON "Machinists" 737 Grand Ave. Phone 13G0 THE RECORD REPORTER gives you ths filings In all the Courts and also Recorder's office. Issued daily. Phone 1915 day and 8539 evening. LD.4Z. M. Hiatt, 922 E. Willetta Street, Phoenix Psalms 72 and 14a, and many other Scriptures describe the grlories of this world when Christ shall have brought It to full perfection. "The Kingdom at the Door" 'Somewhere between the events re corded in the first three chapters of the Bible and the conditions foretold in the last three chapters there must come a time when God will take a personal hand in the affairs of men and nations. According to the Scrip tures, that time Is now. and the pres ent turmoil throughout the world is incidental to the chanee. The Rihle divides this last 'day.' 7000 years, into three dlyisions or "worlds' 'the world that was' or 'the old world' (2 Peter 2:5, 3:6), from Adam to the flood. 1656 years; the second, or 'this present evil world' (John 14:30. Galatians 1:14), from the flood to the second advent of Christ, approximately 4400 years; and me tnird, the 'world to come' (He brews' 2:5, 8:5), about 1000 years. Revelation 20:4. 'The disciples asked Christ what would bo the sien Of Ills tiresenee (Mathew 24:3 coming in the Kins James "Version is a mistranslation. See marginal rendering in revised ver sion), and of the end of this second world or agre. His reply is recorded in Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21. Matthew 24:14 says. Then shall the end come.' Tho end Is to be nreceded by world birth pangs or travail (Mark 13:8, marginal rendering and revised version). "We are all witnesses of these world birth pangs the war pang, the pesuience pang, the famine pang. Just preceding the birth of the new world. The whole world has been and still is in the convulsion of the birth of a new nation the kingdom of God. Isaiah 66 :S. Persecution Foretold M4T 1 n -4 - 4 ft x i jiuno x-.iji aaas another slsm. and the last three chapter of the Bible. But hidden in the picture were chrono logical statements. God did not Intend that this picture should continue for ever, but only for 70 periods. (Levi ticus 26:34,35; a Chronicles 36:21; Jere miah 29:10, and many others). Sev enty period of 50 years each 3500 years for the types then the antitype. The Jews enter! Canaan 1575 B. C This would leave 1923 years, ending in 1925 A. D. Couple this wltli Genesis 13.14-17, Acts 7:5, Ezekiel 37:12-14. and others, and we may reasonably except Abraham. Isaac, and Jacob, with other faithful ones of old who obtained a good report (Hebrews 11:39) to return about 1925, with authority to re-establish the Jewish nation in power and state in Palestine, as the nucleus of the king dom of God on earth Matthew 6:10; Zachariah 14:17-19; Luke 13:28,29. The Heavena Passing Away "Note 2 Peter 8:10: The heavens (ruling powers, the czars, kaisers, kings and all rules of unrighteousness) shall pass away with a great noise (has there not been an exceeding great noise during the last few years as these potentates have been hurled from their ruling positions), and the elements shall melt with fervent heat (social elements, symbolically called the earth'). Who can deny the fervent heat of the present social fulction. political ly, financially, religiously, and the va rious other elements? These elements are passing away never to return. Our best thinkers and statesmen are wit nessing to this fact. "Evidences of the presence of the Lord at his Becond advent abound on every hand, He is getting the earth ready for the new kingdom. Notice the fulfilling of the prophecies of Isaiah 35:1 and Ezekiel 36:25-36, in the trans formation of deserts into gardens in the West, and the multiplying of the fruits namely, that some of the disciples of of the field by intensified farming; the Christ would be persecuted, impris- sreat time of trouble foretold by oned, and even put to death. In Ger- Daniel (12:1), when Michael shall many consecrated Christians were put 'stand up', take control of human af in the front ranks of battles that they fairs; the running to and fro and the might be killed first. In 'Austria-Hun- great increao in knowledge mentioned ii PHOENIX SEED! AND FEED CO. 133 East Jefferson St. Kary many wore shot as traitors. In other countries they were persecuted. "In Matthew .24:21-22. Christ said this would be a time of such disaster and distress that if He did not exer cise His power of restraint the result would be the extinction of the human race, but that he would shorten it and thus permit some to live on into the kingdom. This permission may in clude many here today, and through out the world millions. The New Testament is written to and for Christians. The church of God in verse 4, the birth-pangs of tho earth (social conditions) in its convulsions for the birth of a new 'world,' as fore told by the Lord in Mark 13:8 (notice marginal reading). "We are all wit nesses to these things.' The Phoenix alumni chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity will meet at the Arizona club for dinner Monday. No vember 29 at 7 p. m. An important business meeting after dinner. A Sigma Chis are urged to attend. dr BUDW Now on Sale at All Fountains, Cafes, Pool Halls, and Grocery Stores HALL-POLLOCK COMPANY Distributors PHOENIX :: it ARIZONA We Straighten and Machine Crank Shafts, make Bearings, Babbitt, Bronze, C. I. or Steel, Weld, Braze and Reinforce broken parts. If your work is difficult try us. HANSON & KARLSON . 737 Grand Ave. Phone 1360 at off Our Fir st Semi- Annual Sale The Entire Stock Without Reserve TRIMMED HATS Y Select any Hat in our stock and pay one-half the original price marked , Offering the very newest and most fascinating models in designs suitable for the various activities of immediate and later Winter wear. Every con ceivable type of Hat is shown from the small, close-fitting model to the larger, dressy Hat. The Materials and Trimmings: - Duvetyne, Brocades, Beaver, Silk Hatters' Plush, Lyons and Panne Velvet ornamented with rich furs, Ostrich, Burnt Ostrich, or other fancy Feathers, Laces', Bows, Ribbons, Flowers and Novelties. Brown, Navy, Black, Pheasant, Henna, Old Blue, Grey. 6-8 West Adams Street Next to Railroad Ticket Office 1 Wis- nn? -south -?m H55iwfi