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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, May 16, 1910.
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THE SCHOOLS CLOSE
(Continued From Page Doe.)
SENTENCE SERMONS IN
PULPITS OF EL PASO
"It Is not so Brack a questios of vrhat is to become of the church, as what is
to become of -the enemies of the. 'church.'- Rev. A. J. 3IcEIvriB, Houston
Square Baptist church.
"This is "Whitsnn day, the birthday of the Christian church, a day whose
observance &hs come dorra to us from the very beginning'. Rev. Henry
Esster, pastor of St. Clement's Episcopal church-
"Christ on high, Christ at God's right hand, Is now the measure of our
standing:; as He Is, so are we in this world; our acceptance and our righteous
ness.' Rev. C. O. EcckmaB, pastor First Methodist church.
"Jesus Christ ivas not a social agitator, but He required more of a man,
whether rich or poor, than aay of the modern social systems dare demand.'
Rev. Charles L. Overstreet, pastor First Presbyterian church.
"We must not smother onr natural affections: we must not stifle our
Imagination; theyiare the mightiest forces of our being; they are the wings
upon which we rise to higher things. Perry J. Rice, pastor First Christian
"Jesus alone is our savior, mediator, priest and king: He alone frees us
irnm the curse and condemnation of God's violated law, and He (alone Is our
law giver, and a loving, sympathizing friend to help us keep His commands."
Rev. L. R. Millican at First Baptist church.
"3Ian without religion is a poor reprobate, a football to destiny: but a
woman without religion is worse; she s a flame without heat, a rainbow with
out color, a flower without fragrance, a shadow without substance; she Is a
failure in the world."- Rev. W. L. Head, at East EE Paso Baptist church.
News In E! Paso Churches
The Woman's Missionary society will
meet in the -church parlors Tuesday
aftern6on at 3 oclock to close the work
for the year. The subjects for discus
sion vill be "Our Greatest Inheritance,"
and the reflex of missions. Mrs. J. E.
Towneend will beassisted in the con
duct of the meeting: by Mrs. H. T. Bowie
and Mrs. T. J. Jones. Miss Florence
Comfort will sing a solo.
The regular "Wednesday evening pray
er meeting and Bible study will be held
at S oclock.
Thursday at 8 p. m. the Men's Broth
erhood will hold Its last meeting of the
year, when Capt. Alfred C. Sharpe, of
Fort Bliss, will tell of his personal ex
periences in the Philippines. There will
be other short addresses and a social
hour during which refreshments will be
Next Sunday morning Rev. Mr. Over-
street will preach on a missionary topic,
ana in the evening there will be a special
musical program and addresses by va
rious representatives of the church.
Rev. G. H. Givan of Alamogordo
preached the annual sermon of the mis
sionary society Sunday morning.
Mrs. Dr. Schuler will entertain the
women of the church Monday after
noon. The Wednesday night prayer meet
ing will be under the supervision of the
board of stewards.
Friday night the Baraca and Phila
thea classes will hold their monthly
business and social meeting at the resi
deucepf the pastor.
First Baptist Church.
Rev. Robert Bruce Smith will return
from Baltimore and hold services next
The Aid society will meet Tuesday
afternoon at 3 oclock.
The Wednesday night prayer "meeting
will be led by G. P. Putnam. .
First Methodist Church.
The subject for discussion at the
Wednesday night prayer meeting will be
"Labor and Rewards."
First Christinn Church. .
Delegates from El Paso to tile New
Mexico-West Texas Christian mission
ary conference, at Clovis, N. M., will
leave on Thursday. Rev. P. J. Rice, pas
tor of the First Christian church and
several members of his congregation
will attend. The convention was held
jin El Paso last year.
Houston Square Baptist Church.
The pulpit committee of the Houston
Square Baptist church has several good
men under consideration for permanent
pastor, all of whom are highly recom
mended. No decision has been reached,
but it is believed the church will se
clire as permanent pastor a man of
reputation and power in the east- The
pulpit is being ably supplied by Rev.
A. J. McElwain, and, while he continues
as pastor, the committee will take all
the time necessary to look the field over
El Paso Bnptist.
Rev. W. L. Head, who is conducting
a series of revival services at the East
El Paso Baptist church, will preach
Monday night on the topic, "The Fast
Young Man." i
INDICTS GARNSB '
ON MURDER CHARGE
picnic and hay-ride on Thursday after
noon. Mesa School Program. ,
it t r -m. "Wpflnfisriav in thp. Hifirh
j school assembly hall, the following pro
1 gram will be given by the Mesa eighth
Chorus (a) "The Rally;" (b) "The
"Falrv Dance" Eiehth Grade
I Declamation "Spartacus to the
Gladiator" uliam Taylor
Piano solo "Tarantella
Dialog "The Squire's Rooster"
Squire, Earl Murphy
Uncle Peter .Elgie Means
Declamation "Rlenzi's Address to
the Romans" .... Edward Miller
Violin solo Lollle Balez
Lillian Buchoz, accompanist.
The doll exhibition.
Wax doll Guida Mayer
Topsy ... . Antoinette Matkin
Dutch doll Allen Moore
Japanese doll .......... Caroline Block
Indian doll.... ....Evelyn Woods
Dresden doll.... Madeline Safford
Sone "The Fairies " Moonlight
Dance" Seventh Grade Girls
Dialog 3cene from "Tom Sawyer"..
..Tom Sawyer, Karl Mee
(Tom meets the city boy) city boy
boy Sheley Warnock.
Instrumental rio Mozart's Minuet
Marguerite Bennett, Reba Moore.
Chorus (a) "Mountain Lake; (b) "Sol
San Jacinto Program.
The following program will be given
Monday at 5:30 p. ta. on San Jacinto
school grounds, to which a cordial in
vitation is extended to the public:
Chorus (a) Song f Welcome; (b)
"Mountain Lake.' School.
gong (a) "The Boat;" (b) "The
Bridge." By "Our Babies,"
Dialog "The Doll's Hospital." Fourth
and fifth grades.
Song "The Neva Boatman." High
Drummer Boys' Drill. High first and
low second grades. -
Recitation "Ehner 'Brown." Roland
Song "Sunflower Chorus." Third and
Farce "Snow ?ap Sisters." Seventh
grade. ' .
Chorus "Song of Summer." School.
Song "Poppy -Chorus." First grade.
Mother Goose drill. Second grade.
Chorus "Belles of Seville.." School.
Scarf Drill. Sixth, seventh and eighth
May pole dnace. Graduates.
The high eighth class at Mesa school
Marguerite Bennett, Caroline Block,
Lillian Buchoz, Dorothy Cousins, Jo
sephine Frise, Ruth Martin. Antoinette
Watkins, Guida Mayer, 'Edith McCleary,
Alleen Moore, Reba Mbore, Hplen
O'Shea. Adeline Ozanne, Madeline Saf
ford, Bernita Thomas. Evelyn Woods,
Pressley Bittick, Fred Chesney, Jack
Farmer, Pearly Kennary, Farlss Kim
ball, Turner Martin, Elgtfi, Means, Karl
Mee, Earl Murphy. Clarence Rand, El
don Routledge, Fabian Stolaroff, Meyer
,Sn Jacinto Graduates.
The graduating class at San Ja
cinto school in the eighth grade fpl
Pauline Bunsen, Rosita Clayton, Joe
Calamia, Miguel Escoroia, Henry Free
man, John Geiger, Katherine Glenn,
Mariam Garland, Julius Herman, Min
nie Hlseler, Daniel Ibany, Howard Jen
kins, Edsall McHatten, Walter Mell
vane, Elizabeth Miller, Christina Moe
Hich, Maggie Ortega, Tom Robinson,
Harvey Spdnner, Franc Putnam, Mar
r Following are the high eighth pu
pils at Lamar school vho are ready
to pass the high school:
Anna May Allen Hattie Armstrong,
Verda Barnes, Ruby Bennett. James
Boyd, Pearl Ruth, Dorothy Congdon, Lu
cile Cooper, Verne Dalton, Ruy Darnall,
Blanche Gaul, Bessie Gllson, Jack Haw
kins, Ashton Hawkins, Dean Harper,
John House, Hlldegarde Howell, Rose
mary Hall, Ramiee Jusgjohonor, Frank
London, Joe Oechsner, William Race,
Clair Ruby, Florence Sanders, Shelby
Shieve, Ray SIdebothem, Curtis Wil
liams, Henry Woolridge, Ima York.
' Glinda Merle Hoffecker
' Oz as a Head. ..Gilbert Newsome
Oz as a Lady ...... --Mary Heermans
Oz as a Beast..... -..--George Bierer
Oz as a ball of Fire George Nold
Glinda's attendants Genevieve Beat
ty Mary Hardle, Mathilda Baldwin,
Nancy Edwards, Hilda Light, Aretus
yMuuchkins David Robertson, Boyd
Patterson, Willie Titsworth, Bennie
Moise, Gilbert Newsome, Rollene Tip
ton, Robert McPhersou. Dore Vaughan,
Vera Werle, Zulri? Houst, Reba Elliot,
Lolia Polan, Dorotny McCullough.
Poppy and Sunflower Chorus. Lucita
Escajeda, Nancy Edwards, Mary Har
die, Reba Elliot, Mary Heermans, Effie
Friberg, Josephine Roberts, Mildred
VIckers, Genevieve Beatty, Vera Werle,
Zula House, Lelia Polan, Dorothy Mc
Cullough, Grace Wingo, Helen Fisher,
Vivian Pomeroy, Jennie Mae Davis, Hil
da Light, Aretus Bradley, Mathilde
1 Baldwin, Ella Patterson. Flora Malone,
Alice Jones, Alice Watson, Lola Rob
ertson, Nina Viescas, Kathleen Allen,
Josle Tipton, Merle Hoffecker, Emma
Long, Ethel Critchett. Esther Rice, Eva
McCracken, Gladys Schwartz, Mary
Youngberg. Mayrne" Anderson, Annie
WIndberg, Velnia Pope.
Curtain speJJalties were given by
Lois McChesuey, Julia Schuster, Zula
House, Mabel Grayson, John House and
, Eil Paso Policeman's Attor
neys Ask for Return of
Bill by Jiay.
An indictment charging policeman
Lon Garner with the murder of Charles
Willis, the negro wh) was shot and;
killed a week ago, has boon "returnea
by the grand jury. The in-tietment was
asked by Garner's attorneys, among
whom is Volney Brown. Garner hz iv
en bond for $500 with Volney Brown.
Frank Simmons and I-iank Carr 'named
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PUPILS GIVE A REAL
PLAT AND RAISE MONEY
BOY RIDES OVER HIGH
EMBANKMENTj IS IN.IUIcED
Rattled by the approach of a wagon
and an automobile between -ivhioh Iia
xwas trying to ride, Seymour Thurmond,
tne ioyearold son of. Mr. and Mrs. Sey
mour Thurmond, of f 623 North El Paso
street, rode over tin embankment" at
the junction of Mundy avenue and Main
street Saturday 'evening about 5:30
oclock and was sprlously Injured.
The boy, who is employed at the
smelter was on his way to town with
the day's mail when he say the two ve
hicles approaching and in trying to
avoid a collision rode off the bluff,
falling on his" left arm which was bad
ly crushed apove the elbow, and also
sustained a, flesh wound over the left
eye. He did not lose consciousness and
was immediately removed to the Provi
dence hospital, where his wounds were
dressed. lie is reported to be resting
"Wizard of Ox' Is Given Credlinble
Presentation by the Pupils of
Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin
Woodman, and his friend, the Cowardly
Lion, were all at the Crawford Saturday
afternoon as the guests of the Lamar
school, which presented Frank Baum's
modern "Alice in Wonderland," the
fantasy of 'The Wizard of Oz." Given
for the benefit ofthe Lamar school
parking fund, the plaza -theater v. as
crowded with patrons of- the school, an
it was necessary to refuse more than
200 admission to see the students in
terpretation of the adventures of Do
rothy in the wonderful land of Oz. The
little Kansas miss was carried to the
wonderland of her dreams by the cy
clone, taken to the wizard's realms and
returned home through the mfedlum of
the silver slippers furnished by the
good witch of the south and the as
sistance of the good fairy. The poppy
ana sunflower choruses, which made the
original presentation of Baum's extrava
ganza famous over night were given by
the pupils of the school in costume,
more than 40 of the girls and beys of
the school being on the stage at, the
Dorothy, petite as Anna Laughlin in
the original company and equally charm
ing, was played by Mildred Bishop, who
i-nmnol tliTnntrVi thf Innr? nf tho ty-I or-r
I and returned safely to her Kansas home
after many adventures in the fairyland.
Eugene Thurston was the fac simile of
Fred Stone as the Scarecrow, cotton
piitts, straw hair and wobbly gait. Eu
gene looked to be a pocket edition of
the original Scarecrow and wa? equally
funny. His friend, the Tin Woodman,
who broke his brand new heart and la-l
to oil his joints to keejj going, was there
wherever the Scarecrow appeared in
Oz nd Donald Grant made the charac
ter of the metallic woodman as real as
the Scarecrow and Dorothy. George Mc
Clure was the very cowardly Lion and
helped his friends, the Scarecrow and
the Tin Woodman, in the fun making.
Genovieve Beatty was the Witch of the
North. George Biefer was Boq, and the
other characters of the wonderful story
of children's dreamland were:
Dorothy Mildred Bishop
Scarecrow Eugene Thurston
Tin Woodman .......... .Donald Grant
Lion -..George McClure
Witch of the North Genevieve Beatty
Boq -...;.... George Biefer
Guardian of Gate. . ...Robt. McPherson
Soldier ..:.. .Cecil Stanfield
Woman ............ t. .Vivian Pomeroy
Oz J.David Robertson
GRANT GILLETTE IS
SUED IN CALIFORNIA
Allegation Is That He Failed
To Pay For Pasturage
Grant Gillette is well known by El
Paso and Chihuahua people. Following
his famous "cattle plunge" in Kansas
and after his residence in Mexico for a
time, he became Interested in mines in
different sections of Chihuahua and fre
quently passed through here with in
vestors and stockholders. Of late noth
ing has been heard from him, the fol
lowing from Saturday's Los Angeles
Examiner is of interest:
Grant G. Gillette was sued yesterday
in the superior court for a sum closely
aggregating, with interest, $100,000.
Mr. Gillette is said to he the spec- I
xacuiar cattle dealer, who, some 10 or
12 years ja.go, failed for a very large
sum in Kansas City, and who was aft-
erwara said to be engaged in affairs in
Mexico. The matter attracted great at
tention at the time.
About a yeaf ago Mr. Gillette came to
California, The suit in question grew
out of claims alleged to be due W. F.
Dunlap, of Kansas, and Is brought by
attorneys Shankland and Chandler for
Carleton K. Baihbrldge, who represents
the claims of Mr. Dunfaip through trans
fer to him.
The story of the claims as stated by
Shankland and Chandler is that their
understanding is that W. F. Dunlap
had grazing land on which Mr. Gillette's
cattle was pastured and that during the
season when there was no grass Mr.
Dunlap fed the cattle.
In payment for these charges Mr.
Dunlap Is said to have received various
checks or drafts and these, it is said,
were not paid. The number of cattle i
vtmcii -ii. -Luiijctp isireu lor is aenuea
as about 15,000 head.
Arpnrr!in(r tn AT. Ptio n Aim ia tn.
formation is that Mr. Gillette has not 1
been in Kansas since the business epi- j
sodes referred to, but the claim is made
that the statute of limitation does not
apply from the fact that Mr. Gillette's (
absence has been continuous.
Mr. Gillette was seen at his office, '
but declined to make any statement
about the suit or his career.
"8", the merrygoround. the natatorima
and other concessions attracted the
crowds and afforded the ohIMron and
grownups alike plenty of amuseme'-t
FRANK BELL ASSAULTED, B?S!
ND GAGGED i2r LOS AJkGBLLS
Friday's Los Angeleles Examiner tells
of an assault of a mysterious
upon Frank M. Bell, of El Paso, at his
room in Hollywood, a Los Angeles
suburb Bell -was found by neighbors,
bound and gagged, with a bump on hl3
head, where he sam nis assmwuK, "
clubbed him. His doorfwas bolted from
the outside. He was removea to a "
pital, apparently in a dazed condition,
and was unable to explain the assault
or its cause.
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PARK OPENS FOR
Crowds of considerable size attended
the opening of Washington park itnir- ;
day and Sunday night?. Tht park was
well lighted and all tJe concessions were
in operation. Moving picture?, il'ustrat- j
ed songs and vaudeville skits were giver,
in the summer theate, and an orches
tra of several pieces plaveJ. The figure
3IEXICAN ENDS LIFE
IN PRISON AT DEL RIO.
Del Rio. Tex., May IS. Juan
Morin, under indictment and
awaiting trial, for the murder
of Bailiso Ramirez, committed
suicide In the county jail by
hanging. He had been dead
some time when found by the of
ficers. Wire from the cot im his
cell had been Ingeniously used
to commit the deed.
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