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EL PASO HERALD
10 Week-End Edition, April 1-2, 1916.
II HIST METHOD
ILL BE DEDICATED ON
Dr. Wilbur N. Mason Will Officiate at the Services; New
Church, Started in 1912 Will Be Completely Fin
ished in Ten Days; A Gift of Nickels That Pas
tor Thinks is Greatest of All For the Church.
Dlt WILBUR N. MASON, president
of Baker university, at Baldwin,
Karw, the oldest college In Kan
sas, will officiate at Oie dedicatory
irlres or the new First Methodist
VplKropal church, corner of Lee and
Montana streets, April IS. A week of
services will follow dedication day.
The Ke. Dr. Maeon Is very prominent
ss preacher, lecturer, college president
ana church dedicator.
While In El Paso he will also deliver
one of hUi noted lectures at the church.
Jlround Broken In 1017.
Ground was broken for the new First
church edifice In December 1912. The
corner stone was laid In January 1S1J.
Work has gone forward without in
terruption, and the church will be en
tirely completed within ten days.
Key. Herman G. Porter, the pastor.
Is now serving his fourth year. The
new church, costing J60,MH. is a monu
ment of which Mr. Porter is justly
A Gift Saved Tip,
Curing; the past week Mr. Porter re
ceived a girt of $25 from one of his
members, who, when the church was
first begun, began saving up nickels
and dimes in order to have her gift
ready for dedication. In the light of
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At the 11 o'clock serice at the First
Methodist church. Miss Clare Snell
will present both a voluntary and an
offcrloo Mrs, R. J. Wilson will sing,
"An Offering." by Vincent. The pas
tor will preach at tho evening hour at
7 JO p m. There will be special music,
both Instrumental and vocaL An ad
dress, "The New Vision of Missions."
will be delivered by Mrs. E. W. Matt
hews, jr, district secretary of the w.
It. M. S.
At the First Christian church Sun
day, Itev. Perry J. nice, the pastor,
will preach both morning and evening.
The moraine theme will be "Tho
Christian Ideal," and the evening
will be "Christianising Education."
The day will be observed as 'Bring
One Day." The entire morning service
will close at noon. Christian Endeavor
service will be held as usual at 6:30
p. m , and the evening preaching ser
vice will begin with a call to worship
on tho organ at 7:30 p. m.
Austin Park ChrUUan.
At the Austin Park Christian church
there will be services Sunday as fol
lows: Bible school at 9:30 a. m. Com
munion at 10.45 and preaching by the
pastor. Kev. J. H. Allen at 11:00 a. ra.
and 7 45 p. m. The "Christian En
deavor Union," which Includes the four
Endeavor societies of the city, will
hold the first of a cerles of four union
meetings with the Austin Park society
Sunday evening, beginning at 6:45. An
Interesting program Is being prepared
for the occasion.
At the First Congregational church,
Sunday morning at 10:16 Rev. Miles
Hanson will give the second lecture of
the series of four he Is gtTlng on "The
Five Great Critical Dramas." At 11
a m , Mr. Hanson will preach on "How
IVe Shape Our Beliefs." At 7:45 p. nu.
there will be a special evening ser
vice when Rev. Dr. Malley, a mission
ary In Papua, will speak of his ex
periences, illustrated with lantern
Church of CTirint.
Services Sunday at the Church of
Christ will include: Bible lessons at
10 a. iru and two sermons by the
minister. Rev. J. W. Dunn. The morn
ing theme of discourse will be- "How
to Study the Scriptures" evemncr nb-
wect, "Faith Perfected," a special song
iMtiiue ia neia ni p. m iuia-weeK
service Is on Wednesday at 7 30 p. m.
Church of St. Clement.
Sunday, being the first in the month,
there will be the service of holy com
munion at 11 o'olock In the morning at
the church of St Clement, as well as
the usual 7 30 o'clock service The
music for the morning service fol
lows. Organ prelude, W B McCracken.
processional, "Stand Up, Stand Up. For
Jesus" (Webb); Kyrie ElelBon. -Gower.
Gloria Tibl, Pleyel; sermon hvtnn, "O
Lamb of God, Still Keep Me," (Maker);
When and Where El Pasoans May Worship Sunday
Calvarv-IIouston Souare I
Rev. O. J. Wade S 30
S01 Montana street.
East El Paso Rev. C. H. Riddle
3315 Alameda. 9
First Rev. J. F. Williams. D. D.
801 Magoffin Avenue. I 9
Highland fark ...lie v. I. N. Langston
Dakota and Gold S
Grandview Mission, Rev. S. L. Holloway I3p.
.Rrr. B. C Peres
Immaculate Conception, Rev. E. Barry
Campbell and Myrtle. Rev. F. Roy
Guardian Angel ...............
Sacred Heart Rev. 2C. Iraguirr
612 S. Oregon.
St. Ignatlu ......Rer.
CnURCH OF THE If AZ AH EXE
Rev. a D. Athans (Mexican) 10
715 South Oregon street.
' Austin Park Rev. J. H. Allen
3301 Montana street.
First Rer. Terry J. Rice
600 North Oregon.
christtav scieitce cnuiicn
IFirst Reader) & T. Shirley
First Rev. Miles Hanson
Williams and Rio Grande.
St. Clement's Rev. Henry Easter I
Campbell and Montana. I 9
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2o 2 5
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11 00 7 46
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4511 001 7 3;
Evangelical Lutheran ,1
Rev. P. G. Birkmann I
1109 San Antonio. I 9
St. Paul's English Lutheran I
Rev. A. C Harris 9
Montana and Ange streets. 1
METHODIST EriSCOPAIi I
Alta Vista Rev. C. K. Campbell 9
3316 Hueco. ' I
East Bl Paso Rev. H. P. Bond 10
RMif Rv H,wran O. Porter
Montana and Lee.
Highland Park ..Rer. a E Campbell
Federal and Dakota. I I 9
Trinity Rev. W. F. Packard
' S01 Mesa. 9
Orchard Park Rov. C. E. Taylor 10
Hadlock street. I
Altura Rer. W. C. Baber I
Ida in. and Russell. I 9
East El Paso Rer. A. A. Davis
Alameda and Poplar. .110
First Rev. Chas. L. Overstreet I
Boulevard and Stanton. I 9
Westminster Rev. John Howland f
Florence and Rio Grande. I 9
CHTJRCH OF CimiST I
Church nt Phrl.it Rer. J. W. Dunn
Cor. Montana and Rayner streets. 10
SEVENTH DAT ATJVENTIST
Adventist Church ..Rev. M. R. Proctor 10
Corner Houston and Westminster.
Salvation Army Hall . ,, -.
Adj and Mrs. Guy Case
214 SoUth Oregon.
cnuncii of jesijs cnnisT
(of Latter Day Saints) 10
San Francisco St (Odd Fellows' hall)
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IKE Eli, EI Paso Fathers Are
Neglecting Boys For Business
They Will Pay the Price of Their Neglect in Heart Aches and Grief as Did Head
of House of Eli of Old.
By Rev. HENRY EASTER, Rector of tie Church of St. Clement.
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THE story of the fall of the house
of EH Is one of the most pathetic
,.,... all ttlA tlflWll(TU tt til A
old testament In it we read of a man
of great integrity and much fores of
character, who, or 49 years had ac
ceptably and in most unique fashion
united in himself the offices of high
priest and chief executive, ret who,
as it often happens, had been better
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HOME AUTO SERVICE:
n. toji smitii. iijrr.
doxology. Bourgeois: offertory anthem,
O Divine Redeemer," (Gounod), pres
entation of alms. Uumfrey; Sanctue
Gower, communion hymn, "My Faith
Tooks Up to Thee," (Mason) ; Gloria
In Excels!. Old Chaat: Nanc Dimlttls.
Gower; recessional. "Saviour, Source of
Kvery BlSMing." (Mendelssohn); organ
prelude. W. B. McCracken.
At ths ierrlce of evenlms prayer the
music wHl fce: OrKan prelude. W. B.
McCracken; processional, "Go, Labour
On' Spend and be Spent," (Calkin);
Gloria Patrl, Iemon; Can tat 0 Domino.
Lemon, Deus Mlsereantur, Beetho
ven, prayer humn, "Lord, For
Ever at Thy Sid," from "Von Weber;
sermon hymn. "I Need Thee BVry
Hour, Blost Gracious Lord," (Lowry):
dozology. Bourgeois; offertory anthem,
"God so Loved the World," from "The
Crucifixion," (Stalner): presentation of
Almx. Whitney: recessional. "Call
Them In! the Poor, the Wretched."
(Lloyd); organ postlude, W. B. Mc
Cracken. First BaptUt.
At thi First Baptist church Sunday.
the subject of the morning- sermon by
r.ev. J. F. Williams. D. D. -vt. ill be
"El Paso's Crying Need A Grrat Re
ligious Awakening" The Lord's sup
Der also will be observed at the morn
ing service. The subject of the even
ing sermon will be: "The Convention
of the Greatest of the Apostles."
Music for the morning service will
include an anthem, "God so Loved the
"World." (Stalner), and a solo "Rook of
Ages." (Jerome), by Charles J. An
drews. The evening music will Include
a quartet selection, "Jesus Saviour
Pilot Me," by Messrs. Andrews, Hunt.
Scott and Cheek, and an anthem, "Tarry
With Me, O My Savior," (Baldwin), by
the choir. The B. 1". P. U meets at
C:S0 p. m.
Hlehlnna I'ark llapllat.
At tho Highland Park Baptist church,
the pastor. Rev. L N. Lanes ton will
preach Sunday at both hours. In the
morning the theme will be: "Salvation
by Grace," and at the evening service
"An Old Time Courtship." The Aid
society meets Tuesday afternoon at
3 30 The subject for Wednesday
night's prayer meeting will be Chrls
tion Paradoxes." Choir practice is on
Knt 111 I'nao llnptinr.
At the Highland Park Baptist church
Sunday morning, Kev. a H. Riddle, tho
pastor, will preach in the morning on:
"Growth." In the evening he will
preach on- "Witnessing" At the
evening service Mrs. Mlllican will sing
"Tho Best Friend to Have Is Jesus"
Senior B. T. P. V meeU at ,6:43 p m,
and the Junior B Y. P. U.. and Sun
beams meet at 3.30 p. m. The prayer
meeting subject for Wednesday even
ing will be: ''Advantages of Personal
Work." Choir practice will be held
Thursday evening preparatory to an
evangelistic meeting which will begin
Rev. W. Flak Packard will oicupy
the pulpit Sunday at both morning and
evening services at the Trinity Metho
dist church. The special music for the
morning service will be an anthem.
"Could Te not Watch for Me," (Staln
er). and solo, "Lead Kindly Light,"
(ShpppHrd), lj Mrs. W. D. Howe Special
music for evening service will be:
Anthem. "Make a Joyful Noise All Te
Lands." (Peace), and quartet special,
"Come Into my Heart Today." (Klrk
patrlck) The quartet is rompnm d of
than his own, and to give advice than
manage his own. household.
He had two sons, Hophni and
Phlnehas, whom he had made his as
sociates In the priestly office, and these
men. worthless and dissipated from the
beginning, became, with the additional
power given them through their fath
er's infirmities of age, such monsters
of vice and avarice as to make their
ministry a mockery, and religion a by
word among the people.
Battle of Aphek.
It was not long after this that the
wilful sons, against their father's pro
test, carried forth the ark of the
sacred presence to the battle field of
Aphek as a sort of charm against de
feat, and there met their fate. We have
no sort of sympathy to waste upon
them, but whose heart does not go out
to the old father, well nigh a cen
tenarian, sitting in his high seat by the
city gate, straining his almost Bightless
eyes toward the field of battle, and
trembling in his heart for tho ark of
Itunncr arrives. I
Presently a runner comes with torn ,
vivvuHS iiu VM vu ujyvii iij ucaUf aiiu
the awe-stricken crowds followed him
eagerly to the judges' feet. "What
news man? Speak up! Is the cry, and
the messenger answers: "Israel Is fled
before the Philistines, there hath been
a great slaughter amoung the people.
Hophni and Phlnehas are dead, and the
ark of God la taken." And It came to
pass when he made mention of the ark
of God, that the aged p.lest fell from
off the seat backward, and brake his
neck, and died; for he was an old man
Cause of Neglect.
Let us inquire into the cause of this
neglect It was first of all, perhaps,
through mistaken kindness. We know
nothing of that home in Shlloh, and
whether or not the mother was spared
to aid in bringing up her sons but there
have been foolish mothers, as fathers
and who has not seen the child made
hopless and helpless for mere want of f
control, and because it criea, 11 was
give anything it cared for. and before
It was anything like old enough to
know right from wrong. It ruled the
house, and before It was 11 years of
age as happened the other day In one
of our Texas cities the father made
application for its comraital to a re
formatory, under oath that it was al
together beyond his control
Put Under Lock sod Key.
But the father as well as the child
should have been put under lock and
key. Such parents are a menace to
the state, and the public has a right
to demand protection from them.
Eli. perhrps, was too busy a man to
attend to t je correction of his children.
There are many like him. He was the
first high priest In his particular
family, and as such had a name to
make, the family to establish, that hta
sons might be his successors to all
EI rao Fathers.
Would that the many fathers of El
Paso could see themselves In this
sketch of Ell. They have sons for
whose training, for time and eternity,
they are responsible, yet they are neg
lecting their duties as certainly as did
the ancient priest, and with the same
result. The neglect Is for the same
reason. They are so busy building up
a great business for their boys that
they forget altogether the necessity of
building up the boys for the business.
And when presently they are ready to
add the sons' names to that of the
firm, the boys are too busy sowing
wild oats to care a rap about It, or too
far gone In vicious living to be trusted
in positions of responsibility.
We cannot wash our hands of re
sponsibility. It Is God given, and will
be God required. If our sons make
themselves vile, and we restrain them
not. the curse of God will rest upon
them and us. and the sooner we come
to the realization of our personal re
sponsibility the better for us.
Mrs. W. T. Howe, soprano, Mrs. Bates
Hughes Evans, contralto: J. L. Cogge
sball. bass and C C. Ballard, tenor,
and Mrs. .T. J. Pearce at the organ.
Epworth league service Is at S 30 p. m.
Highland Pnrk Methodist.
At the Highland Park "Methodist
church Sunday the services will be in
charge of J. D. McMurtree and L. Funk.
Alta VUln MrthodUt.
At the Alta. Vista Methodist church
Sunday, the pastor. Rev. C. K. Camp
bell, will preaoh at both services. Ep
worth league meets at 7 p. m., and the
evening service begins at S p. ra.
Altura Presb terlan.
At the Altura Presbyterian church
the pastor. Rev. W. C. Baber will
preach at 11 a. m. Sunday on the sub
ject. "Team Work." A solo will be
given by Mrs. Monroe There will be
services also at 7:30 p. m.
At the Westminster Presbyterian
church Sunday morning. Rev. John
Howland, D. D., will conduct the ser
vice and the sacrament at the Lord's
supper will be celebrated. Special
music for the service will he: Anthem,
"What are These That are Arrayed,"
(Stalner), a solo, selected, by Miss Bell
White and a male quartet, "Nearer My
(Sod to Tljee," (Stalner )
Xt the First Presbyterian church
communion services will be held Sun
day morning, the service beginning at
10:45. At this service new members
also will be received Into the church.
Tho morning anthem will be: "If Te
Love Me Keep My Commandments," by
Westerbrook. Miss Anna Axton will
sing "O Loving Spirit." The pastor.
Rev C. L. Overstreet. will preach in
the evening. The anthem by the choir
mil bi: "Come Unto Me, (Gounod
Shell) Mrs. Parvin Witte will sing
' Trust in the Lord," by HandeL Chris
tian Endeavor Is at C:30 p. m.
Soldier Returns From
War to See Family; Ten
Year Old Son Kills Him
Munich, Germany, April 1. Anton
Kaupp, a railroad official of Asch- j
affenberg, who had been on duty
in the occupied part of France more
than a 3 ear, returned home on a short
furlough. After the first joyful em
braces of his wife and children he took
his revolver from his pocket and laid
It on a table. His 10 year old son
picked up the weapon and pulled the
trigger. Without uttering a word the
soldier sank to the floor dead. The
bullet had penetrated his heart.
First Presbyterian Church
Leads in the State-Wide
"Win One" Campaign.
Over fifty new members will be re
ceived into full membership at the
First Presbyterian church Sunday
morning at the 11 o'clock hour. For
the past two weeks a special effort
along quiet and conservative lines has
been carried on in the church, prayer
meetings, in the homes of the people;
classes of Instruction at the church.
During the past week a series of
special evening services at the church,
at which the pastor. Rev. C. L. Over
ntreet, was assisted in the preaching
bv Rev. W. C. Baber, H. B. Durkee and
Ilev. A. A. Davis. As a result of these
efforts the church has been greatly re
vived and strengthened and many are
identifying themselves with the
A state-wide "Win-One" campaign
has been on since January 1, and will
cont'nue up to Easter Sunday.
The First church of El Paso leads all
the other churches of the state In this
"Win One" effort In growth both as
to Sunday school and church member
ship. Since the first of the year over
75 have united with the church and this
number Is expected to considerably ex
ceed the 100 mark by Easter Sun
day. The Sunday school average attend
ance has gone beyond 300, and con
tinues to rise.
W. V. Long's famous Bible questions
on the Sunday school lessons have
been copyrighted by the Sunday school
Times Publication company, and are
being furnished to schools all over the
country. Mr. Long is superintendent
of the Sunday school at the First
Presbyterian church, where he is
achieving a marked success.
To Tell of Canlnal Inlands.
On Wednesday evening, in the audi
torium of the First Baptist church.
Rev. Henry A. Malley, missionary to
the South Sea Islands, will give a
stereopticon lecture, showing loo pic
tures illustrating his experiences
among the cannibals of Papua. He will
tell of the progress of the gospel
in these Islands.
The business and social meeting of
the Aid and Missionary society of the
First Baptist church will be held Tues
day afternoon. The hostesses will be
Mrs. William Graves, Mrs, Robert
Graves, Mrs. J. I Dunn, Mrs. W. O.
Moore and Mrs. J. H. Ferguson. The
officers and teachers of the Sunday
school will meet Friday evening for
the men's monthly lunch and con
ference, coming together at 6:30.
King George to Resume
Morning Rides Shortly
London, Enff., April 1 King George
before long may be able to take his
morning rides once more, as he is al-,
most recovered from the injuries re
ceived in France, and princess Mary
is looking forward to going out with
him again at Windsor. Like the king,
the princess has a very good eye for
th6 special points of a horse, and is
very keen on riding. She Is a remark
ably good horsewoman, with a graceful
seat in the saddle, and is known to be
5, 72, 10 Ft. Capacity
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Seoul, Korea, April L Tho Amer
ican Methodist Eplscopal'mission is the
first of the foreign missionary bodies
to subscribe to the new Korean edu
cational ordinance by which religious
instruction is barred from all private
schools. The ordinance gave ten years
for compliance. It caused considerable
discussion among American mission
aries in the orient, but Japanese offi
cials have explained that the regulation
was not aimed at religion. They main
tained that the desire was to have all
private schools, including the mission
schools, conform In grade ana curri
culum with the government schools
where religion ts not taught.
The Methodist school has been con
verted Into a higher commercial school,
that ta to say, a non-religious institu
tion. Religious Instruction will con
tinue to be given to thoie desiring it.
but this will be done In a separate
building and outside the regular
And again, departing from the coasts
of Tyre and Sldon, he came unto the
sea of Galilee, through the midst of
the coasts of Decapolfs.
And they bring unto him one that
was deaf, and had an impediment In
his speech; and they beseech him to
put his hand upon him.
And he took him aside from the mul
titude, and put his fingers into his
ears, and he spit, and touched his
And looking up to heaven, he sighed,
and faith unto him, Bphphatha, that
is. Be opened.
And straightway his oars were
opened, and the string of his tongue
was looked, and he spake plain.
And he charged them that they
should tell no man: but the more he
charged them, so much the more a
great deal they published it.
And urre beond measure aston
ihPd ivinif. Tie hath done all things
w oil he nitiKeth botn tin. deaf to hear,
i ml the dumb to speak.
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