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The Fallacy of "Something Just
as Good at a Lower Price" Women accustomed to use high-grade Cream of Tartar baking powders like Royal Baking Powder are sometimes induced to try other brands at the solicitation of canvassers or because of apparent lower cost. Almost invariably those who make such a change notice the inferiority in taste and texture of the bis cuits, cake, muffins and other food prepared with the cheaper baking powder and discontinue its use with no desire to repeat the experiment. The difference in cost in practical use between inferior alum and phosphate powders and Royal Baking Powder is less than a cent for each cake or pan of biscuits. Certainly too small a difference to warrant putting alum into food, and especially food for children. The label on the can shows whether the baking powder you are now using, or any brand that may be offered, contains alum or phosphate instead of Cream of Tartar. Read the label carefully and remember it never pays to sacrifice quality and healthfulness for low price. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York YUMA AND VICINITY LOCAL AND PERSONAL The Valley Methodists will eat pie Saturday night. Word comes from Strathmore, Cal., that Rev. B. A. Tomlenson, former Valley Baptist pastor, is very ill. There will be a special double chorus song service at the Methodist Church tonight. Yuma Chapter Masons, conferred the Seventh Degree last night. The Fullerton lodge officers, and mem bers present, who conferred the de gree, were: B. Goodwin, C. S. Chap man, A. Staley, F. Copp, A. E. Griffin, F. Benchley, C. R. Allen, J. H. Lang, S. J. Lilly and A. S. Bradford, the last named being the district grand deputy of the Sixteenth Royal Arch District of California. Later a dinner was giv eng by F. W. Cresswell of the O. & C. Construction Company at the Royal cafe. LAND FOR RENT 50 acres; 10 acres in alfalfa, balance for cotton; 3 room house, well, canals, etc., all land fenced. " J. W. Fishbaugh, Somerton, Arizona. 219-24 MASONIC NOTICE. All Royal Arch Companions in or near Yuma are invited to be present at Masonic hall next Thursday eve ning at 8 o'clock, at which time the Seventh Degree of Masonry will be conferred by the officers of Fuller ton Chapter, Royal Arch Masons of Fullerton, Cal. A banquet will be served at the close of the chapter. CHAS. M. SMITH, 220-21 Secretary. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45 a. m. Church service. Sub ject, "Going the Limit with God." 6:30 p. m. Young People's meet ing. 7:20 p. m. Church service. Subject "An X-Ray of Character." You are welcome at the Home-iik Church. MRS. MOORE, S. S. Supt. WM. H. FOWLE, Pastor. CASINO THEATRE. ..Friday Wilifred Lucas in "Th Rummy," a five reel Fine Arts drama; also Chester Conklin in "A Tugboat Romeo," a two reel Keystone. YUMA THEATRE. Tonight Helen Holmes in "Th Whispering Smith," from the famou novel, a five reel Mutual; also a goo comedy. Christmas will be here in tw-weeks. The Examiner has received a eopj of the State Industrial School Record from Fort Grant, which is unique and full of good features for boys. New York City has a corner at Fiftk avenue and Ferty-Second street, where 17,000 vehicles and many thou sands of people on foot pass daily. Be cause of splendid regulations few ac cidents occur. GET YOUR MONEY. The prizes for the Yuma County Fair will be paid off on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Yuma County Com mercial Club rooms, L. W. ALEXANDER, 220-23 Secretary. The big mail order houses appear to have spread a blanket of advertise ing catalogs over this section, whll most of Yuma merchants are soumk asleep in broad daylight. The ma, who advertises right gets the business. TO LOAN $150,000; client will f I be here Monday and Tuesday, f j Dec. 11 and 12. Call at once and arrange for loan. A. H. McClure, 352 Second St. 222-24-Pd. O Ed Peoples of the Peoples Confec- tirmorv nrhn hon noon 111 ronnrro1 9T John Gandolfo is leveling his prop- a-rv nn Wirct nvonno nr nmirf crrppt in annexation or erecting a uuiiuiuk Prohibition carried at the late elec- Ttxrn Tci nnp i jnrcii t nil inn. tiih nh.ii h mi AT THE METHODIST CHURCH Until all nations agree to reduce iikt rnni in ih rn mr.rKRHH irn iim.vmi r nxmiiRi rpnnrr manfi nn nnp. imhi. Efforts to reduce the cost of living r i iki ri mi i.h in 111 t.iik iuiinii.rv k iihjlik fc-l-..-.. J JT. . , L Secretary Houston of the department or strengtnening to permit stanaara- tion of fnnns anrl rtriier rantnriP.R. Did you ever sell your junk? Are tyit (rnin cy n? TXTo ttmII onnn Inon a nor We want Rags, Rope, Paper, Brass, spper, Aluminum, Lead, Zinc, Mag- Wool. What have you? Tel. 48, or write Wm. Plane, Yuma, Ariz. Sunday will be 'Flower Day" at the Methodist Church. Instead of the us ual Sunday school hour the pastor will preach to the children. He will use a flower as the subject of the talk. The children will come at 9:45 and assemble for classes and then after a chorus by the children he will preach. It is the plan for Sunday morning to have each pupil bring a boquet of flow ers, and a memory verse from the Bi ble. Every one must bring a boquet and a verse. The one bringing the best bouquet and verse will receive free a nice Nelson Bible bound in Morocco, with blue ribbon marker. The one bringing the next best will receive a Red Russian calf bound Holman Bible. Many will receive booklets. Mrs. A. J. Howie, Mrs. W. E. McClure and Mr. White will be the judges of the flow ers. Each child is requested to bring the name of some family who does not attend church. Lit each bouquet bear the name of the sender. Let all who want to be in the children's chorus on Sunday morning to sing, come to the church at 3 p. m. Saturday. Dr. C. H. Adams will preach at the 11 o'clock hour; Professor Nixon will sing. Epworth League at 6:30 and it is exected that we have a splended pro gram. Sunday night there will be a splen did song service and the sermon will be given by the pastor, who will preach on "Running From God," by request. Bring your friends and let us boost the work of God for Yuma. The meetings will continue. METHODIST PASTOR. Your Piano or Player-Piano Direct from these Great Factories - WE ARE direct factory representatives of the country's greatest organization for the mak ing and marketing of high class pianos and player-pianos The House of Baldwin. We can not only supply you with an instrument at the price you wish to pay but we guar antee that every instrumeht we sell is the best value that can be obtained. The output of these factories is so great that the cost of producing a high-grade instrument is reduced to the lowest figure ever known. 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