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Saturday, July 23, 1910.
Suggestive Questions On Sunday School
Lesson By Rev. Dr. Linscott For the Inter
national Newspaper Bible Study Club
(Copyright 1910. by Rev. T. S. Llnsco tt, D. D.
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Economy are Waiting
at Your Door
Just so long as you refuse to install a gas range in your kitchen
just so long do you keep Comfort, , Convenience and Economy out of
What comfort a gas range will bring you! It enables you to pre
pare the three necessary meals a day in a cool, comfortable kitchen.
Then, too, there is no dirt about a gas range no ashes, no soot, no coal
dust. Your kitchen is easier to clean, and stays clean.
3no one can deny the convenience of a gas range. Do you come home
late and want a quick fire in a jiffy4? Turn on the gas, strike a match
and there's your fire. Does some one drop in in the afternoon and you
want to make a cup of tea4? Light your gas range, you have boiling water
in a few minutes, and have spent but the smallest fraction of a cent
"Which brings us to the economy of gas. Gas is the cheapest house
hold fuel principally because there is no waste. There 's no precious heat
lost into the air, there's no waste in smoke.
' Get a gas range now open the door to Comfort, Convenience and
El Paso Gas &
Notice to Highland Park People
We are making a special offer to Highland Park people,
to induce immediate installation of gas ranges. For par
ticulars apply at Highland Park Branch Office, 2520
Kentucky St., Bell telephone 252. Branch Office is
open mornings from 8:30 to 1:30. Also open Tuesday
and Friday evenings from 5:30 to 8:30. f
Lesson for July 31, 1010.
A Lesson on Forgiveness. Matt,
Golden Text If you forgive men
their trespasses, your Heavenly Father
will also forgive you. Matt, vi: 14.
Verses 21-22 What would be the
result if an individual, or the commu
nity were to forgive injuries to those
-nho have no regret for having done
Why is it the duty of every man to
forgive injuries when they are truly
What is the limit, as to the number
of times, we should on repentance, for
give a person who has injured us?
What should be our attitude to one
-who constantly does us injurj- and
takes delight in doing so?
What can you say for or against, the
statement that the state snould forgive
crime on the principles here laid down
What are the theoretical reasons for
What are the practical results of theJ
piesent method of punishing crime
(1) does it prevent crime? (2) does it
reform the criminal?
Verses 23-27 In what sense does Je
sus use the phrase, "the kingdom of
Who does this king here stand for,
and how does his method of forgive
ness represent God's method?
What reason is there for us to sup
pose, that the sentence of this king,
against his unfaithful servant, would
have been carried out if the servant
had not cried out for mercy?
If a sinner is truly sorry' for his
tins, and is desirous of not -repeating
them, and prays to be forgiven, how
much urging does God require before
his prayer Is granted.
If this parable teaches the method,
and the conditions, of God in forgiving
a sinner, how can the parable be re
conciled with the commercial theory of
When a sinner is fully forgiven. Is
he as innocent before God, as if he
had never sinned? Give your reasons.
Verses 2S-30 What was the amount
which the first servant had been for
given, and what was the amount the
second servant owed to the first, in
What can you say for, or against, the
opinion that a truly converted man
could not act in this harsh manner?
Can you cite any case of, a pro
fessed Christian, acting in this harsh
way, and how can you account for
Should a Christian debtor ever sue
at the law a debtor, when he knows
he has nothing to pay with, and on
getting judgment should he terrorize
the debtor on every opportunity? Give
Verses 31-34 Suppose at this stage
the hard-hearted servant had become
lender, and repented, would the king
have forgiven him again?
What gave this king a right to re
vive a debt that had been forgiven?
Does it represent the law of Divine
Verse 35 Why in it not possible,
under any circumstance, for one to
enjoy the favor of God while he cher
ishes a jcrndge against his brother?
(This question must he answered in !
writlnc: b-r members of th elnl. ?
Lesson for Sunday, August 7, 1910.
Jesus on the Way to Jerusalem. Matt,
xlx: 12, 13-26.
INTERNATIONAL press bi
ble QUESTION CLUB.
I have rend the Suggestive
Questions on the Snnday School
Lesson published in The EI Paso
Herald: also the Lesson Itself
for Sunday, July SI, 1910, and In
tend to read the series of 52.
Son of Republican Candidate
for G-overaor to Push His
BANGERS MAY G-ET
so by resolution. This is within theis
province. Whether or not he will heed
It Is a different matter.
There was a good deal more pressure
brought to bear on the governor to "call
a special session of the legislature to
deal with the penitentiary question than
there was to repeal the insurance law.
The result of the Investigation re
vealed a deplorable condition. Recent i
reports indicate that matters have not
been bettered to any extent and 'cannot
until the present method of managing
the penitentiaries Is changed.
To all Eastern Points
Affords the best possible ser
vice from the Southwest to
ansas City, St. Louis and
In Effect until September 30th
For full information call on or write
h. d. McGregor,
City Ticket Agent
HEALTH MAY CAUSE
MacVEAGH TO BESIGN
Secretarv MacVeach. who it Is flsraln
rumored, will resign his portfolio as 6S
At Fountains & Elsewhere
WIDOW TO WED
Mrs. Jessie Tyson, of Baltimore, Md.,
a rich society widow of that city, for
whom It is said Lieutenant Brue Cot
ton tendered his resignation from the
Tonight at the Aalrdome the last
performance of "The Ficticious Noble
man" .will be presented and those hav
inr remained away will probably avail
themselves of the opportunity of wit
nessing one of the best musical com
edies yet presented by this company.
Commencing Sunday night, July 24,
manager Rich ofrcrs the big show,
"The Poor Inventor," with. 16 cleverly
interpolated musical numbers and an
other electric novelty surprise. Stage di
each night and on Sunday afternoon at
2:30 a vaudeville performance will be
given in addition to the moving pic
tures. The program follows:
Musical comedy sketch entitled the
Japanese polka, Tango del Pompom
Coro de los Mentones, and also the pop
ular Mexican tenor, Jose J. Limon.
There will be two performances, be
ginning at 2:30 p. m.
Tonight the Bijou will have a film
of especial interest, in fact, the man-
rector LeRoy says he is leaving no j agement calls it the feature film of
stone unturned to give the Airdome 1 the year "A Vacation in Havana." It
patrons the very best in his extensivs j consists of a romance woven about his- C.VAXOX HAS LITT.r.E
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pean feature picture, will be shown for
the last time tonight at the Wigwam.
The rest of the program consists of
"Paying Attention," a study in facial
expression; "Solving the Puzzle Mys
tery" and "The Potter's Wheel," educational.
GOOD PROGRAM AT CRYSTAL..
One of Pathe's splendid films d' art,
"Love Ye One Another," will be shown
at the Crystal tonight. The other pic
tures are "Jinks Has the Shooting Ma
nia," a comedy, and "Judgment of the
Mighty Deep," a drama with exception
al scenes. ,
repertoire and the patrons are enthu
siastic in their praise of his work.
AT WASHINGTON PARK.
Washington Park's new amusement
itiated over one thousand members inkvlewing the rural guard. Completin
the bill is an amusing blograph comedy-drama,
and a comedy, showing how
two weeks. The management offers a
handsome gold ring to the woman t1io
will work her way unassisted through j an amateur papered the parlor.
me beven aegrees. au it requires is l
toric spots in the Island of Cuba. The
points of interest shown are Havana
harbor, the wreck of the Maine. Morro
castle, the Yumuri valley, the city of
Matanzas and the hermitage of Monser
rate. President Gomez is also seen re-
patience and- ingenuity.
The Park theater gives new pictures
FOUR PICTURES AT WIGWAjI.
"Christopher Columbus," the Euro-
Says Ravings and Scream of Those
Who Would Disrupt the Republican
Party Aconnt to But Little.
Danvillcr TIL, July 23. When speak
er Cannon was shown ttip npaii moi
by senator Bristow at Mannattan, Kas.,
any, he had to make, the speaker said:
1 ao not care to discuss or to pay
any attention to the ravings and
screams of senator Bristow and those
wno cooperate and scream with him
and are joined in an effort to put the
Republican party out of business. The
legislation enacted by the Republican
congress speaks for itself, by its opera
tions from the standpoints of revenue
and protection and every other stand
point I endorsp- the Payne tariff bill
as the best tariff measure ever enacted."
a! Railways of lexies
From El Paso to the following points and return:
u. s. Cy.
San Litis Potosi 29.15
Santa Bosaiia 9.70
Tampico - 32.50
Vera Cruz 44.95
Tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays asd Saturdays of each week during
June, July, August and September, limit of thirty days from date of sale,
without stopover privileges. For further information call on or address
U. S. Cy.
Aguas Calientes $25.55
Durango , 21.60
Jirninez ; 11.05
Mexico City 36.30
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is today the best
known medicine in use for the relief
and cure of bowel complaints. It cures
griping, diarrhoea, dysentery, and
should be taken at the first unnatural
looseness of the bowels. It is equally
valuable for children and adults. It
always cures. Sold by all druggists.
City Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas.
Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of
Apartado 5 Bis, Mexico D. 3?.
Are yon contemplating a
HUNTING or PISHENG
Are you interested in
If go write Traffic Department
Mexico Herihwesiern Railway
Trains leave U1UDAD JUAHEZ
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays:
1:25 P. M. (Mexican time)
1:00 P. M. Jfel Paso time)
DAILY SERVICE From
H. C. FERRIS, General Manager.
T. R. RYAX, Traffic Manager.
Austin, Texas, July 23. Lawmakers j
are about as scarce In Austin now as if I
a special session was not supposed to
r"be in progress. Practically all of them, j
except a few who live in remote sections j
of the state, have returned tc either J
put the finishing toucnes on their cam- i
paigns for renomination or to partici- J
pate in the primaries. j
The Indications are that many of them j
would not have come to Austin until I
Monday had they not expected gover- J
nor Campbell to explode some dynamite j
in his message. There is not a member J
of the legislature who does not ex- j
pect that things will begin to hum Mon- j
aay. The big guns will then Degm to
be fired and the state may expeet the
governor to do things that will make
everyone who is interested In the fu
ture of the Democratic party sit up and
Insurance Flsht Possible.
In the meantime some of the members
are hard at work. Chester H. Terrell,
representative from .Bexar county, and
son '2 J. O. Terrell, who has been ten-der-il
the Republican nomination for
governor, is preparing a new insurance
law which he vrlll introduce to take the
j place of the one amended.
Great interest is being attacnea to
this bill for it will undoubtedly reflect
the sentiments of his father, who is
posing as a business man's candidate
for governor. A line on the policy that
might be expected from, him, should the
Republicans win, will be written in this
bill. That the younger Terrell will wite
anything that would suit governor
Campbell cannot be imagined, for dur
ing the last session of the legislature
no man fought Campbell more bitterly
or opposed his policies more persist
ently. Honse Members Disappointed.
The action of speaker Marshall in
deferring the appointments to the va
cancies on the various committees un
til after the special session todaj has
greatly disappointed many of one mem
bers of the house who were early on
the job at the special session. There
are several Important chairmanships
vacant as well as several desirable com
mittee positions. For these there has
been considerable angling and' the fact
that some of the new members may land
in them Is not at all pleasing to the old
3Iny Investigate linnRers.
The state rangers look like they will
soon be in the spot light. Representa
tive Terrell of Bexas county introduced
a resolution, wftlch was recalled, inquir
ing Into the killing of several Creeks
at Xavasota by the rangers. But thl
does not mean that the matter will -be
Complaints of the activities of the
rangers, their seeming tendency to shoot
too quick and the number of men who
have been killed has caused much Jj1"
ter opposition to the continuance of the
state police and it is more than pos--sible
that a resolution will be adopted
ordering a thorough investigation of the
If the governor gives the legislature
an opportunity there seems little doubt
but what the provision of the primary
election law for plurality nominations
will be wiped out and a system of ma
jority nominations provided for.
Regarding penitentiary reform, if the
governor does not submit the proposi
tion the legislature may ask him to" do
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At restaurants, hotels and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustainicg.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
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Takenoimitatioii. Just say "EARHCrS."
im Ho Qomhlno op Trust
best and hl friends have been expect
ing him to resign for some time. Owing
to Mr. MacVeagh's absence from "Wash
ington It was impossible to get definite
information on the subject.
FOR. FOREIGXERS IX MEXICO
Mexico City, July 23. All foreigners
arrested and placed in Mexican prisons
are henceforth to be permitted to com
municate with the diplomatic agents or
consular representatives of their gov-
ernments or other outside persons ex
cept in cases where this privilege will
hinder the authorities in obtaining im
portant evidence. Privation and Inconve
niences are to be reduced as much as
An order was issued today from the
department of the Interior and was
transmitted to the governors' of all
states with instruction to see that it
be enforced by judges within their ju-
secretary of the treasury, it is known j
that the secretary's health is not of "the I
iu UuLUUi luUisn
"Send us nny information you have
nbout bat cities thnt contain lots of
guano. "Ve will pay you :i jrood price,
delivered at your nenrest railroad sta
tion. HEJiLEV & IIA'HPTO., 209 Story
Bullding, Los Angeles, California."
coast artillery at Tort McHerrv, Bal
timore, in order that he might wed
her. Cotton is a Spanish-American war
veteran. Mrs. Tyson wa-; Miss Edyth
Johns, a Baltimore belle when she ine-t
Jesse Tyson. When he died he left her
an Immense fortune and she has had an
army of suitors ever since.
THE HERALD WILL PIIOXE
YOU THE BALL RESULTS.
When the El Paso team is at
home, any El Pasoan can get
the scores by phoning 2020
The Herald editorial rooms as
we get Vhem inning by inning
over oujVrivato telephone line to
theigTamstand. Persons wish
ing! the result phoned at the
conclusion of the game. can
have this done if they will call
up The Herald and make request,
leaving their number so that
they can be called in rotation
when the game Is concluded.
And Thus Cured a Scalp Disease
Like Scald Head It had Lasted
Several Months and Made Most
of the Sufferer's Hair Fall Out,
Demonstration of Excell electrical
heaters Tuesday afternoon 3 to 6. 417
USE ALLEN'S FOGT-EASE,
The antiseptic povrderto be shaken into the shoes.
If jou have tired, cching feet, tiy Allan's Fool-Ease.
It ress the feet and makes new or tight shoes easy.
Cares achia jt, swollen, hot, sweating: feet. Relieves
coma and bunions of all pan and gives rest and
comfort. Always use it to Break in New shoes.
Try it to-datj. Sold everywhere. 25 cts. Don't
cxcpt any substitute. For FREE trial Dackaee.
address Alien S. Olmsted, Lo Roy, N. T.
TROUBLE SOON GONE
AND NEVER RETURNED
"When I was ten or twelve years old
I had a scalp disease, something lika
scald head, though it wasn't that. I
suffered for several months and most of
my hair came out. Finally they had a
doctor to see me and he recommended
the Cuticura Hemedies. They cured mo
in a few weeks. I have used the Cuticura
Remedies, also, for a breakine out on
my hands and was benefited a great I
aeau i naven't haa any more trouble
with the scalp disease. Miss Jessie F.
Buchanan, JR. F. D. 3, Hamilton, Ga.,
Jan. 7, 1909."
COUNT'S HEART IS SEXT
TO SPAIX FOR BURIAL
Pittsburg-, July 23. The heart of
count Julian JDe Oyies, Chilean consul
in Pittsburg-, tvho died recently, will be
sent to Madrid, Spain, in connection
with affidavits and other documents by
the widow, Mine.' Blanca de Ovie-, ho
lays claim to a large estate in Spain.
Count De Ovies was a member of a
branch of the royal Jiouse of Sbalu. It
Is said to be a custom that when a
scion of Spanish royalty dies abroad,
the heart shall be removed from the
body by attending physicians and ship
ped to Madrid for deposition In a spe
cial sepulchre there. In the case of
count De Ovies, the heart has "been
embalmed and in addition to his phy
sicians, officials from the Spanish em
bassy at "Washington are said to have
certified that the heart is his.
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irritations, inflammations and chafings
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JL irgs Jtf J
A. H. Richards. Jeweler.
International Book and Sta
Wm. HoeUcr, Real Estate.
Office and plant of The El Paso
El Paso Printing co.. fac'ng
Main St.. near St. Regis ncteL
- John Brunner. Tailoring'.
T. W. C. A. Lunch and Rest
Public Stenographers Co.. Ruth
Mrs. J. B. Cass. -
Miss B. Garra. Dressmaking
Drs. Satterlee & Satterlee. Os
teopaths. Dr. Nettle E. Satter
lee. Dr. Flora D. Satterlee.
First Church of Christ. Scien
tist. Reading Rooms.
The Wm. Jennings Co., Con
sulting Engineers Machinery
Southwestern Portland Cement
R. E. Ruthstelner. Mechanical
Colorado National Life Insur
ance Co. E. McMillen. agent.
R. D. Nichols. Attorney at law
Lee & "Woodyard. Contracting
Charles M. Gibson.
Carter & Robertson, Mine, Mx'l.
Smelter and Railway Supplies.
The Ludlow Saylor "Wire Co..
I. E. Robertson, manager.
Standard Home Co.. Money- to
H. L. Howell, Real Estate.