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I A T T M M M mlilP&K PHSHE 271
El Paso Churches
The Herald contributes this space on
Satsr&ays t the church notices.
They must, however, be sent so as
to reach The Herald office not later
than 3 p. rc Friday.
FIRST I'KESBYTERIAX Cor. Boule
vard 2nd Stanton. Rev. C L. Over
ittreet, pastor. Public worship morn
lss and evening. 11 -a. m. and 7:30 p. "in;
Preaching1 by the pastor. Special an
sliems tty choir, led by Parvin
"witie, both morning- and evening.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Sab
fc&th school at 9:45 a. zn. All cordially
EAST EL PASO PXiESBYTERIAX
Iter. Kenneth Brown will preach Sun
day morning at 11 oclock in the Park
chapel. During the month of 3Iay the
tiereopticon will be used in connec
tion with the Wednesday night prayer
Music 11 a- m. Hymns "Wood
land," "Arlington," and "Federal
Street." Anthem "Holy Art Thou,"
(Largo) Handel. Solo Mrs. W. W.
Evans, "My Redeemer and Mv Lord"
8 p. m. Hymns "Evening Prayer,"
"Autumn," "Blessed Assurance." An
them "Consider and Hear Me" (Pflue
ger). Solo Mrs. TV. D. Howe, "Guide
Us With Thy Heavenly Light" (Costi.)
Sermon subjects: 11 a. m., "Legiti
mate Liberty from a Moral Viewpoint."
8 p. m., "Direct Duty to Self It's
You are most cordially invited.
Church well ventilated.
Choir: Mrs. TV. D. Howe, Mrs. TV. TV.
Evans, Miss Anne Hughes, Capt. T. A.
Davis, C. C. Ballard.
10 to 11 there will be a Bible studv
hour and the Sunday school session.
The reader is invited to anv of these
HIGHLAXD PARK METHODISE
CHURCH 712 Copper street. Rev. H
M. Law, pastor. Usual services.
AXTTRA PARI. CTtESBYTERIAN
CKCRCH Bible school will be held as
usual In the Presbyterian chapel at
Altera. Park, corner Nashville street
End Park avenue, conducted by Rev.
Kenneth Brown, at 3 p. m-. for adults
es well as children. TVatch for the
Sunday school nag.
FIRST BAPTIST rUTTTHflTT Rfll "Ma-
I goffin avenue. Rev. Robert Bruce
j Smith, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45;
inia.ciiiiig at x a. m.
Dr. Smith will occupy his pulpit Sun
day morning at 11 oclock, but the Sun
day night services will be omitted so
as to give the congregation an oppor
tunity to attend the opening exercises
in the new building of the Highland
Park Baptist church. The choir has
prepared special music for the morn
FIRST CHRISTIAN' CHURCH- 500
rorth Oregon, at the corner of Frank
lin. Rev. P. J. Rice, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:45; preaching at II a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE
COXCEPTIOX Corner Campbell and
Myftle avenue. Rev. Father F. C.
Roy, S. J., rector. Usual sendees.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH 705 North
Oregon street. Rev. Anthony J. Schu
ler, S. J., rector. Usual services.
CHTRCn OF THE GUARDLiX
ANGEL Corner Frutas and San Mar
cial. Rev. Albert Gibert, S. J., rector.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST (SCI
ENTIST) 349 Myrtle avenue. E. V.
Nuchblls. first reader. Usual services.
CHURCH Rev. Miles Hanson, of Man
chester. England, will preach at West
minster Presbyterian church morning
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Cerner Myrtle avenue and Ochoa
street. Preaching by the pastor, C. O.
Beoknsan, at S oclock p. m. The
vening services of the Epworth
League at 7 and the preaching at 8
"will be held on the lawn of the church
daring the heated months. Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m-
Dr. Edward Thomson, Ph. D., LL. D.,
secretary of the last World's Congress
end known over the world as an ora
tor, will speak In the First Methodist
Episcopal church Sunday morning at
II. He is considered by some to be
the mst eloquent champion of Sunday
reform in the world. In July he leaves
for England aad Scotland, where he
will fspeak in the prominent churches
of the leading cities of those countries.
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH.
JOi'tH Cerner Mesa avenue and
Boulevard. Rev. C S. Wright, oastor.
Sunday school at 9:45; preaching at
11 a. zn. and 7:45 p. zn.
Following program will be observed
EAST EL PASO BAPTIST CHAPEL
Rev. E. B. Hearn, castor of the East
El Paso Baptist chapel, 3311 Ala
meda avenue, announces that regu
lar services will be held Sunday, In
cluding Sunday school at 10 a. m.;
preaching, at 11 a. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 7
p. m., and preaching at 8 p. m. All
members of adherent faith are cor
dially invited to attend the Sunday
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCI
ENTIST Woman's club room, Carne
gie Library. El Paso street entrance.
Services Sunday morning 11 a. in. Sun
day evening, 8 p. m., subject, unan
nounced. Wednesday evening. Testi
monial meeting 8 p.m. Pastor, the Bible
and the Christian Science text book.
Free reading room No. 18 Buckler
building, open during the week from
10 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. Tuesday and
Friday evening, 7 to 9.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Cor
ner Montana and Virginia streets. Rev.
H. T. Hanks, D. D.. pastor. Sunday
morning service at 11 a. m.; Sunday
school, Baraca class, Philathean and
all other classes at 9:30 a. m. Evening
service at 8 p. m.. B. Y. P. U. at 7
The pastor, Dr. Hanks, will preach
on "Stability" at the 11 oclock hour,
and all are invited to attend. The
evening services, both of the B. Y. P. U.
and of the church will bft susnnnrlpT
In favor of the opening of the new
Highland Park church.
HIGHLAND PARK BAPTIST CHAP
EL 530 Siiver street. Rev. R. W
Merrlll, pastor. Usual services.
MOUNT SINAI CONGREGATION
Temple, corner North Oregon and
Boulevard: Martin Zlelonka, rabbi
Services Friday at 7:30 p. m.
CONGREGATION BNAI ZION GIG
North Santa Fe street- Nathan
Schechter, rabbi. Usual services.
GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHER.
AN CHURCH 1109 San Antonio street.
Rev. G-. W. Fischer, pastor. Usual
Y. M. C. A.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO
CIATION Corner Oregon and Mis
souri street. Men's meetings held
every Sunday afternoon at 4 p. m.
I Doa't wait uritil it's
fl ke for joer
TgJMVe have Itn o y
HOUSTON SQUARE BAPTIST Cor
ner Montana and Ange streets. Rev.
A. J. McElwain, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:40 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:45 p. m. You are cordially in
vited to attend.
ST. CLEMENT'S EPISCOPAL Holy
communion, 7:30 a. m.; Sunday school,
9:30; morning prayer with sermon by
the rector, 11 a. m.; evening prayer,
8 p. m.; Saints' day, morning service,
10 a. m.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL "Heze
kiah and Roosevelt. A Contrast and a
Comparison." The above will be the
subject for the morning discourse at
the Y. M. C. A. by the Rev. Bryant C.
Preston. Is Roosevelt the "Nehush
tan" of American moral and political
life? The text will be: "Hezekiah re
moved the high places. a?id brake the
Images, and cut down the groves, and
brake In pieces the brazen serpent that
Moses had made; for to those days the
children of Israel did burn incense to
v i - "."i "c vicLiieu u ienu5iiian, that
Xf' a Piece of hrass." 11 Kings, IS 1-4
jTThis service will be held at 11. From
fiATVATrnV ATtATY ivr-.r,.,
-'- -- - ..-.--., '-m-j a uc avenue.
Adjt- J. C. West in charge. Mexican
corps, 417 South Stanton street, Adjt
James Hunter in charge.
STRANGER'S CLUB Free lecture
Carnegie library every Sunday afternoon
Apostolic Mission il3 E. Overland
St.. services each evening at 7:30.
Eezema-A Germ Disease
Can How Be Cured.
The Medical profession as all agreed
that ECZEMA is a germ disease, but the
thing that has baffled them is to find
some remedy that will get to the germs
and destros them.
Zemo, the clean, external treatment,
has solved this difficulty by drawing
the germs to the surface of the skin and
destroying the germ life that causes the
disease. The whole method of, treat
ment and cure by ZEMO Is explained in
an interesting book on the subject Is
sued by the makers of ZEMO. It tells
how to cure yourself at home of Eczema,
Blackheads, Pimples, Dandruff, and ail
diseases of the skin and scalp. Call at
Knoblauch's drug store for booklet and
learn more about this clean, simple
remedy that is now recognized the
standard treatment for all diseases of
the skin and scalp.
Edinburgh, Scotland, June IS. The
International Missionary conference lis
tened today to the report of the com
the Christian gospel, and the points of
contact and contrast brought out in
clear relief. When a missionary shows
special aptitude for this kind of work,
mission on "The Missionary Message in j ie should be set apart to do it.
Relation to Non-Christian Religions, e lurtner suggest that missionary
which was presented by professor D. S. ""f ?Uchnas t -with which our
x r i commission is canrn.ttrt ai-innii .-........
Cairns, D. D., professor of systematic
theology and apologetics in the United
Free Church college at Aberdeen.
The sessions continue before an audi
ence limited only by the capacity of
the amditorium. Much enthusiasm is
Dr. Cairns, -who is one of the younger
men of Scotland Tfho have devoted much
of their time to 'the study of mission
ary questions, laid special stress
upon the need for a thorough and sym-
patnetic knowledge or the non-cnrisuan
the lines of inquiry -which have here
been opened up. and should thereby call
into the service the great majority of
missionaries who have no time for the
specialist work which we have indicated
above, but who are qualified for it alike
by aptitude and the education of cir
cumstances. Valuable Results.
"By such recurriner snrvuvs f u
field, results of great value may be
reached by the accumulation of im
portant facts and the checking and test
ing of results.. Such periodic and sys
tematic inquiry would, we believe, in
Lime 3-ieiu abounding fruit for every
Say, daddy, when do the first per
manent teeth come through?
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of the "baby set'7
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called "6th year molars."
i don't wore: for negroec
Our 9th year in El Paso. Plaza Block
religions by those who labor among I V ,3 iem abounding fruit for every
theii adherents. In the course of his j partnient of theological study, as well
report he said:
"The thing which is necessary is that
before man goes out to the field he can
and he should learn a standpoint and a
method and smYh n Vnivlprla-A nf the
inner nature of tho religion as will keep
him at the outset from calamitous mis
takes. Adequate training In the home
colleges will greatly facilitate the ac
quisition of that deeper knowledge
which may form the basis on which the
other kind of knowledge may be
"The conclusion is Kiirplv ine.vitahle
that provision should be made for thor-
ough teachiner in comnaratlve relkrion
In all our colleges and training insti
tutes. A new instrument of spiritual
culture and propaganda has been put
Into the hands of the church by the
progress of his science, and it is surely
a plain duty to use it. General train
ing then in comparative religion should
be nrovided in nil rUoa t. "-
ships on special religions should also
operation, and missionary specialists
should be enlisted for this purpose. The
suggestion has been made, and it seems
well worthy of consideration by the
conference, that provision should be
made in our colleges for the training
of mislionarles in the art of teaching.
The ordinary training In homiletics
seems hardly sufficient for the peculiar
conditions under which the missionary
must labor. The teaching function is
different from that of moving an au
dience which has already been instructed
in the elements of Christian truth.
"A further incidental result may well
be that a larger number of our students
may be expected to volunteer for for
eign work tv hen the subject is thus
brought before them through the me
dium of comparative religion.
ne aDsoiute religion can only be
- ivo.. iiuuaujB inairuciion and sug
gestion for those who contemplate work
In the foreiern field. Wo -rc-nnij o-
in particular that in the intere'sfs of
nliplotinn l-.ml. j . .. . '
p.uu uicwujij- alia apologetics the j
Inquiry which we have endeavored to j
make in these oasres should ho fnr-tv.,.,. I
prosecuted. Comparative religion is be
ing used by many today in a negative
Interest ulth the view of proving that
Christianity Is only one among other
religions. We are persuaded that its
results lead to precisely opposite conclu
ciusions, and that rightly used they will
-- "& i,in u me unaeveiop-
ed elements in the Christian religion.
xi. lh correspondence which we have
received from the five great fields could
be made accessible to students In the
fulness of its detail, its color, and vi
tality, we believe that its value would
oe universally recognized."
SOUTHERN PACIFIC HEADS
TOWARD FARMJNGT0N, K. Iff.
Engineers Check Up Survey; Sidewalks
constructed; Irrigation Ditch Under
Parmington, X. AL, June 18. Railroad
"tement is high in Farmirnrton. D.
D. Gnfiiths, assistant to the general en
gineer of the entire Southern Pacific sys
tem, Iws been here two days, as has also
Jas. . Eeagan. assistant general field
engineer, and Geo. E. Breakenridce, gen
era.! WHTI'mfKC'l-ri- n-rrant- f- ir:..- -
X -!,. ..xi. VXIIiillilS lb !
m charge of the checking up survev,
j ington, on the way through from Gallup l
emu is expected to complete the work I
into this place about July 1, shortly aft- I
er which, grading is expected .to tgm.v
The engineer in charge of pavin"- is i
pushing the work rapidly. The sidewalk
at Faranington are beginning to look
Las Vegas, X. AT., have closed a deal for
the Irvin crchard in the suburbs of
Building is being seriously delayed ow
ing to lack of mechanics.
The Denver & Eio Grande railway
schedule from Durgo is expected to
change Sunday. The passenger train
will leave Farmington about 6 oclock in
the morning and arrive in the evening
about 8 oclock. This arrangement
pleases the fruit growers very much as
they can bring in and load their fruit
in the cool of the day. At present the
passenger train larrives and departs
Those interested, in the Illinois ditch
are to meet in Farmington Thursoay
and take a formail ballot as to whether
the district shall be bonded. Ine pro
posed irrigation canal is 40 mile3 long.
The line of the ditch runs about four
miles north of Farmington, and extends
as far west as the "Meadows" countrv.
3 N selecting a medicine for In&i-
a gestion, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, f
Malaria, Fever and Ague, merit
should be the first consideration.
Then you ought to try a bottle of
. STATISTICAL BALL DOPE.
3 By Art Woods. 1
.w, ,$. .. .3. j. . .$. ,:, .w. .j. ;-4.4,
WHERE THEY PLAY SUJfDAYY.
Chicago at Cincinnati.
"Washington at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Boston at Detroit.
Shreveport at "Waco.
Oklahoma Cityat San Antonio.
Fort "Worth at Houston,
Dallas at Galveston.
Douglas at El Paso.
Blsbee at Cananea.
Clifton at ZVIorencI.
HOW THEY STAXD.
Chicago 47 31
P.tisburg . .
Brooklyn . .
fully understood in the light of the im- A. F. Johnson and son, latelv of !
perfect religions, if relierlon Is a nwc 1 Pueblo. Oo1.. Tisa-p AmAa t-
perfect religions, if religion is a prac
tical matter at all, and theology other
iiiau a mere aostract science.
"We submit further that there is ur
gent need for special work in the for
eign field on the lines which have been
indicated in our inquiry. The living
forces of the non-Christian religion in
each field ought to be measured and set
in clear relation to the living forces of
Played. Won. Lost
Philadelphia ....46 31 15
New York ... 45
Cleveland . .
St. Louis .
-fUeDlO. LOIO.. have dPfirlM in Irvofn
here and have sent for the family. ,
T. L. Loftus. a prominent contractor
of Durango, has purchased property and
x wwouiS u. uiuutuii icsiaence in Jjarm
mgton. il. A. Jfahany, who went to Denver
10 days ago to have an operation per
formed, is progressing nicely.
H. 3L Glass and D. S. Anderson of
X&dleat Atk yovir JrKcrft fcr,
Fills la R4 nd 2d &e
boxes, taCed triti Blua SUfaboo.
JLSJC no ovasr. Hm- af Tw v ,
VLXSOSI JBRAKB KLIA for 2
ya lesavs Est, SftSSs Alnrs ReHairl
SOLD BY DfitNiGISTS EVFOTiei
Played. Won. Lost.
Houston 59 36
San Anfonio 58 35
Galveston GO 34
Fort Worth 60 31
Oklahoma City -.58
Played. Won: Lost.
forencl 11 8 3
El "Paso ..17
Cananea - ; 16
CMton .r 17
T & train that sets the pace for other trains-something
1 in advance of anything else in the Southwest is
vioiocri stilts I iitii iifi
This limited train of unlimited comforts is brilliantly lighted throughout,
and equipped with Pullmans that are just a little finer than any previously
built--bigger ladies' toilet rooms--dental lavatoriessliding window
screenelectric fans--electric berth lights both in upper and lower berths,
' -observation library car- and diners.
The Golden State Limited, with its well known companion train
estern System two fast limited trains daily between
El Pas' and Kansas City
El Paso and St. Louis
El Paso and Chicago
Reduced rates to many points in the East and North. Full information regarding
any trip cost of ticket, schedule, etc., will be gladly furnished by
RICHARD WARREN I g. , ; . , I H. D. McGREGOR
j General Agent "C1""" "UIC1
City Ticket Agent
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