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Week-End Edition, pril 1-2, 1916. 11
EL PASO HERALD
FAILS TO STIR lEUODIB
ENTHUSIASM IN BRITISH CITIES
France and Italy Show Rem arkable Religious Activity
But England Shows Lethargy; Appeals For Women
to Make Bombs For Army Posted in English
Churches; Y. M. C. A. May Reduce Its Fees.
A' (i l.S from Rome, raris and
bnndon, in relation to activity of
hnMlan men and women be
of the war, are to the effect the
I M t-no named cities In common with
u iiid France arc stirred to such
i Ugim.". work aa thev never per
mit l ln-fore, while in London and
I ni'iihout England, Joan Bull re
i .. - t" be aroused to the extent
' i :.-! n li'mlers think he ought to
i Munchister and Liverpool are re-
rtr i in hi unusuallv active, but Ed
i luiFii ami nil of Scotland, London
end the tail coast, where the Zeppe
l ranN h.ot taken place, and the
. lief , t k of Oxford and Cambrldgo
i' i ;,.ii t nil excited aa they might
r' cd to be. The council of the
Jr.. i Inn (hen, Just held at Bradford,
v as rininrkable for greater unity be
tnie i.Mablifhed and Free Churches,
i ut t' t nom any action growing out
i i onie and throughout Italy the
' iljnlic ihurch in cooperating with.
h f,Mcrnment in such ways as it'
Ti iit dnne since the pope lost tem
poral inir Thl is said to be the
.- ! i. Hi in relief and in spiritual
Mil. Ilnoughout Franco Catholic
ti u l rot, slant chlmhes are working
I iilmit aa surprise oldest Chrle
i ; ' pi' soldiers In the trenches
ore v;iMittiall cared for as they were
t i 1 i fore in their lie. The French
r pi H' reported again to be loyal
t i; . .nhollc church, officials as
u )ai(( mtnon people, to an extent
1 ' w . help both immensely, it Is
i I immediately the war ends
n-lihh mwspaper-, those represent
' i, a'l rtliKius bodies, express regret
crr th spiritual lethargy, but their
a iertn-'!iK pages are filled with be
Tt''it ippeals Th' Church of Kng-
I ill, jlmtinn Ann 4 h A Y.Tntie
jl-ns and the Young Women's Chris- J
Hi hi Herniations, and the many relief
nin iiM, ten to one more numerous
tl n in America, announce plans al
ti 'i without numbers for the benefit
r i i i 1 ol soldiers and sailors, but
c" a)i m rts of neglected people.
i im iow Loudon, Manchester and
X i . I im aie stirred with the needs
n at work In the munition fac-
i -( liouaes hae been per
il I'lm .ind mulliplied in hum-
o ,tln from church pulpits are
i li ard to the effect that
The Oomfog CsfrE
Nothing else can so completely endeai
lis to the present and the future as the
expected arrival of i
baby. But In the mean
time the comfort of
the mother fc of H
Imnnrtanre- Thm fa
splendid external rem-
edr L-nmra n MaH.
crt Friend" which ex.
crts -a wonderful I nfln.
ence upon tho expand,
tag musciea. iney De
come more pliant
Stretch Witfinnt niutna
Palo, male the period
, one of pleasant antk-
n.i,,rf ipauon instead of ap-
fT2: TS. wries of Wlemlld letters
-cm ul orrr the country mothers tell of the
peat help "Motberti Friend- was to toeS
Tcn p-andmotherj tell the Tronderful story
l?.rSe !5? "J1" about to enter tha
SfiSF nmthernood. Get a bottle of "Moth.
Friend" today of yonr nearest drnrrlrt.
TJ.i?Lfp,eodl1 WP ,rtu J"" own tod
raided by your own mind, For a free booS
ir interest and importance to all mothers
jrjte to BradBeM RepiUtor Co. in Lamar
Mds, Atlanta, Ga. It relates the personal
ttperiences or many happy mothers, R teHs
aany things that all women should be fa-
inspiration, Write ftr this boet H "
the women must be relieved, else the
supply of munitions may give out, and
It is only upon shells that the natlqn
can now depend. Pictures of women at
work making shells appear not only on
bulletin boards and tube station walls,
but upon walls of churches. Women's
war time funds are raised everywhere.
For a week walls In the Strand and
Cheapslde, even around the Royal Ex
change, have borne placards asking, in
bis red letters, whether the gospel Is
to be hindered because of a German
bomb. Then follows the words, "God
forbid." A Zeppelin dropped a bomb in
the garden of an east coast vicarage,
damaged the church, destroyed a par
ish house, and killed a woman speaker
and some women attending; a mission
ary meeting at tho time.
COXGIIEGATIOXALISTS A' AM 13
COMMISSION OF T1VE.MV
Twenty Congregational ministers
and laymen, representing most parts
of the country, have Just been named
a commission on the celebration, by
their own 'religious body, of the three
hundredth anniversary of the landing
of the Pilgrims. The chairman is Itev.
Dr. D. J. Cowling, of Carleton. and the
secretary. Rev. Dr. H. F. Schwartz,
secretary- President King, of Oberlln.
general secretary li. C. Herring, and
president Davis of Chicago Divinity
school, are members of the commis
sion, and this commission has Just
adopted a plan of celebration which
is to begin at once. Once begun, it
Is to continue until the end of the tri
centennlal year, 1910.
The program relates wholly to Con
gregationalism, and is the adding of
500,000 to the membership; the raising
up of 1000 volunteer leaders In home
and foreign missionary work; and
larger giving by the 8000 churches, so
that by the end of the five-year period
there will go from Congregatlonallsts
to missions at home and abroad $,
000,000 as against the present sum of
xi.izt.uoo. Tno ceienration is also to
take the form of larger activity in
behalf of social Justice. There is to
be secured, if possible, $3,000,000 for
aged ministers, to Include the $500,000
already In hand.
It is expected by Congregatlonallsts
that Presbyterians and some other
bodies will either Join with them In
additional plana for the marking of
the anniversary, or provide celebra
tions of their own. The state of Mass
achusetts will. It la known, have a
celebration, but it will have more ref
erence to civic and industrial affairs
than to education and religion.
Y. M. C. . 11, lAJTING
LOWER MEMBERSHIP FEES
A movement Is on foot among em
ployed officers of the T. St C. A. to
secure reduction of membership fees.
In order to make possible larger num
bers In associations who come from in
dustrial plants the workers with their
hands. The argument is put forth that
three in four members of associations
come from the ranks of clerks, and are
located in cities. It is also charged
that association buildings In most,
cities are planned to accommodate the
better salaried city workers and the
students. The matter will. It Is said,
he pressed at Cleveland in May, when
the International convention meets
Six cities have now taken steps to
provide buildings in the industrial dis
tricts of their cities, and to plan them
and their work exclusively for workers
with their hands. These six are New
York, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Pitts
burg. Chicago and Portland, Oregon.
As far as possible the new industrial
plants are to be located quite near
to factories In whtoh the men work,
so as to eliminate distance
A part of the new method Is that
manufacturers contribute annually to
associations. In order to make possible
these lower dues. The associations
state that the legality of suoh con
tributions has been passed upon by
the courts, and that manufacturers
everywhere are, when shown the ad
vantages by the association, contribut
ing liberally to the end. The projec-
In the Path of
You Can't Get Ahead
But when on Inn a arte for your home there are many
thitfgs to consider. Don't buy blindly just because
lots are cheap, or the first payment is small. Here
it what you want to know:
Arc i"i buying in a location where health abounds,
where th " ia good drainage, plenty of good, puro air?
Arc ion prtting among the good neighbors and
social conditions for your wife and children?
Are Mm protected as to the future by wise lettric
tions that will always keep your home-site one of
which j on will be proud?
!! the property good water, light and telephone
Aie ,ou getting far enough out to be sway from
the nuke and dust of the city, yet near enough to
enjoy the conveniences of free deliveries by El Paso
or Mcinity merchants, good mail service, eU.
N the property located advantageously with regard
to certainty of growth in future property value?
Are jou buying for what the property is worth
N'OW so that YOU will get the benefit of nny devel
opment that will increase the value?
Are there good school advantages?
Are you getting a title that is clear beyond ques
tion" MORNIXt; SIDi; HEIGHTS MEETS ALL RE
QUIREMENTS AND MOKE.
jo out, look mor the property, ami satisfy your
self that this is so. Then come to our office and let
us explain how easy it will be for you to buy where
you can feel absolutely safe.
Lots Are Sold at Low Prices on Easy Terms.
TRANSPORTATION IN ANTARCTIC ZONE
' i si.ii.iii im i $ "a &. SKita&cratt sto sat-a: or ttis jdogs.i
Misleading statements have been made by per
sons misinformed as to actual facts, that my crushed
rock was not good. To refute such unwarranted
statements I herewith submit analysis of crushed
rock I propose to furnish. After April 5th I will be
in position to supply this rock in all sizes at rate
of 500 tons per day.
Phone 605 or 4056. A. CoUTckesne
Sentence Sermons by El Paso Ministers
100 San n(ouio St.
THAT there are mysteries in the Bible is true, yet man's duty is in simple,
plain language, so much so, that "the wayfaring man, though fool,
shall not err therein." Rev. J. W. Dunn of the Church of Christ.
We will "witness for Christ" to the world just in proportion as we realize his
worth in our own soul Rev. C H. Riddle of tne East El Paso Baptist church.
If our civilization is ever to be Christian we must give attention to Christian
izing the formative forces, of which the home is first and greatest and of which
our schools closely follow the home in importance. Rev. Perry J. Rice of the
First Christian church.
By compromising some of our radical and extreme views, mostly the non
essentials, it is possible for Christians to get together, and to do team work
as individuals, and as churches, and even as denominations. Rev. W. C Baber
of the Altura Presbyterian church.
Leave God out of account and the miraculous element is a great stumbling
block, but with God as a recognized factor, our efforts to explain are not so
strained. God is boundless in power, goodness and wisdom. Rev. Charles L.
OveTstreet of the First Presbyterian church.
Queen Of Monlenegro
Gels Cool Reception
Berno, Switzerland, April 1- A Swiss
Journalist who was in Lyons when tho
court of Montenegro arrived in the old
Trench city writes:
"It cannot be said that there was
any great exoitement when the papers I
announced the arrival of the royal
family of Montenegro. Shortly after .
midnight mayor Iierriot, who is also
a senator, had received a dispatch from
Modane requesting him to reserve
rooms for queen Milena, her daughters
and their attendants. The message was.
not signed and the major paid no at
tention to it
When queen Milena and her entour-
Dr. Arnold of Rugby would not permit his boys to say "Christ died for us,"
but instead he taught them to say, "Christ died for me." Rev. I. N. Langston
of the Highland Park Baptist church.
Work out your salvation in fear and trembling, not in a slavish fear of
punishment, but in a reasonable distrust of self, knowing your own weakness,
lest after all you shuuld go astray. Rev. Henry Easter of the Church of St.
Beliefs that really count generally cost something in the getting. Rev. Miles
Hanson of the First Congregational church.
We serve God acceptably when we supplement the singing of hymns and
the offering of prayers by rescuing the perishing. Religion that stops short
of this is not Christianity. Rev. C. E. Campbell of Highland Park and Alia
vista Methodist entireties.
Those who sneer at Christianity today may have some idea of the regard
which future generations will have for them, by considering the regard which the
world today has for those who sneered at Christ. Rev. J. H. Allen of Austin
Park Christian church.
Is conscience a true moral guide? If it is a conscience enlightened by the
Word of God otherwise it may lead us into gnevons wrong. Paul was con
scientious when he was persecuting Christians unto death, but he was doing
the work of the devil As the brick mason continually applies the level to his
rising wall to keep it perpendicular, let us continually apply the level of God's
inspired word to our consciences to keep them in line with the teachings of that
word. Rev. J, F. Williams of the First Baptist church.
"Trust God and keep your powder dry" is not only good philosophy but it is
also good theology. Rer. Herman G. Porter of the First Methodist Episcopal
ors of the change want to cut the dues
in two In the middle.
SOCIETIES TO I1E MERGED
Carrying out plans decided upon at
the hist rational council held at New
Haven In October, Congregational
Home Missionary, Church Building and
Sunday School societies are to come
together at once, vritb one board of
directors. Rev. Dr. C & Burton, now
general secretary of the first named,
will be administrator and executive of
all. There will be retained department
secretaries for the lines of work, but
these will be freo from all financial
responsibility. In order further to In
troduce business methods, and put all
work of the same kind under one head,
tho American Missionary association,
another denominational society, will
transfer to the Homo society Its edu
cational work among the white moun
taineers. The Home Missionary society named
handles about J S75.O00 a year, the
building about 1300,000, and the Sun
day school has charge of the "Con
gregatlonallst," said to be the oldest
religious Journal In the country. If
constituent state societies be Included
with the Home Just named, the finan
cial receipts run up toward 1600.000
a year. It Is stated that many of three
Congregational societies were earlier
general agencies, and that not a few
Presbyterian churches owe their ex
istence to them.
of world work. With others, he Is
joining to push Christian eduoation inj
south America. .
There has been prepared for work In
South America Rev. George P. Howard,
who Is to be supported by United
States gifts but to spend his time in
promoting Sunday school work In
South America In the large, so It is
announced. That la, he is to deal with
the subjects of literature both in Span
ish and Portuguese, especially the lat
ter, and to bring If possible the edu
cational leaders of the many Protest
ant bodies at work in South America
into harmony with lessons and method.
For the present Jlr. llowaru will ue
vote most time to Brazil.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS AIIOUSI3
IMXItEST I. NEW YORK
The Sunday school Interests of thin
country organized In strongest form in
tho World's Sunday School association,
are focusing attention upon South
America. Following the Panama Con
gress a company of Christian educa
tion leaders are boldin; conventions In
Lima, Santiago. Buenos Aires, Monte
Video and Rio Janeiro. With this com
pany ia James II Causey, a banker of
Denver, long a Sunday school worker
there and staunch financial supporter
Hood' Snrnaparllla Cleanse the Blood,
ski ri xrouuies vanisu.
Scrofula eruptions on the face and
body are both annoying and disfigur
ing. Many a complexion would be
perfect If they were not present.
This disease shows itself In other
ways, as bunches in the neck, in
flamed eyelids, sore ears, wasting of
the muscles, a form of dyspepsia, and
Ask your druggist for Hood's Sar
saparilla. This great medicine com
pletely eradicates scrofula. It puri
fies and onrlches the blood, removes
humors, and builds up the whole sys
tem. It embodies the careful train
ing, experience, and skill of Mr. Hood,
a pharmacist for fifty years. In its
quality and power to cure.
Scrofula Is either inherited or ac
quired. Better be sure you are quite
free from it. Get Hood's Sarsaparilla
and begin taking It today. Adv.
If Hair h liur Pruto I't lUrpn I'l1
Without Coal, Hamburg
Is Almost a Dead City;
No Wheels Now Turning
Berlin. Germany. April 1. "Before
the war Hamburg used to Import one
million marks ($250,000) worth of coal
dally from England. During the war
we have not imported ten pfenning
worth ' These are the words spoken
by one of the directors of the Hamburg
The whole town Is running on low
srar. all wheelii srn slower, the bustle
and activity which made Hamburg re
mind you of an American city have
given way to stagnation and depres
ilon. Automobiles are few and they
smell of poor refuse petrol. Pedes
trians walk Klowl), as If In a funeral
The stock exchange Is a ghost of its
former -elf In this sumptuous Vemple.
where form"ih all the nations of the
world danced around' tho golden e,ilf,
shouting and gesticulating now only
a few timed shadows sneak about
through the long corridors ns if afraid
of awakening the ghosts or the place.
The Alstcr pavillion, the famous res
taurant, however. Is brilliantly lighted
all night The Hamburger can still
afford to spend a mark or two on a
seidel of beer, light and music.
All the theaters are open, but St.
Paulll. the Montmartre of Hamburg,
has been foned to close Its carbarets
and dance halls. It is now in tha
hands of the scum of the cty and in
its dives you only see Intoxicated sail
ors and the like, sauntering about in
a greasy atmosphero of beer and
doughnuts. The rifle ranges are dolnir
a rushing business, for the targets aro
English and French soldiers.. A shout
of approval goes up when,a lilt Is made.
At midnight military and petrols
with fixed bayonets invade the district
and begin a thorough search for desert-'
era and intoxicated soldiers, and here
were, before the uar, vice never slept,
everything is quiet at one In the morn
ing. London's Haughty Men
Shopwalkers Are No More
London, Eng., April 1. That imper
ious person, the man shopwalker, is
disappearing from London. His place,
like that of the young man assistant
behind the counter, is being taken by
a woman, and West End dressmakers
have been advertising for "lady shop
walkers, tall and of good appearance
and address," to take the place of tho
frockcoated men who have hitherto
acted as guides to customers lost In
the mazes of millinery
Llojd George alwas gots nervous
tthen he begins to make a speech.
IIEK.N tULKN V OF 3JO.TEnGItO.
age reached the city at 6 oclock in the
morning there was nobod at tho sta
tion to receive them. After much
trouble they managed to get two cabs
and a small automobile. Thev drove to
the "Hotel Royal," where a door tender,
after viewing their scanty baggage,
consisting of a few old trunks and
pasteboard bote, l efused them admit
tance and informed them rudely that
only "first rlasn guests" were desired.
The aged queen, who had tiaveled
day and night for more than a week,
was on the urne of a collapse and or
dered the drivers to brinir her to an
other hotel, hut piimes enia reso
lutely insisted that the proprietor be
called He was still sleeping and the
queen and her daughters had to wait
nearlv an hour m the lobbv until he
appeared Like the door tender he
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
S, E. Mezes, Pres.
MAY 1, 1913.
ANALYSIS NO. 663 '
Mr. A. Courchesne,
El Paso, Texas.
Dear Sir: . , ,
The sample of DOLOMITE received from you and marked
Oxide of iron and alumina : 1.70
Magnesia - 20.18
Carbonic acid 44.30
Loss on ignition 20.
Specific gravity ;.U"V?f4
Weight of 1 cubic foot 177.21 lbs.
This stone absorbs no water.
Crushing strain in lbs. per square inch 18,920
WM. B. PHILLIPS, S. H. WORRELL, Chemist.
j ' '
Bad Cough? Feverish?
These Ailments Weaken Your
System. Your Body Then
Needs the Help of
Dr. King's New Discovery.
Colds are annoying. They inter
fere with our duties. Ia our weak
ened condition they may end in a
spell of sickness or even more serious
ailments. Fear, however, should be
overcome, for in Dr. King's New
Discovery you have an effective rem
edy. Dr. Sing's New Discovery
contains the ingredients which fight
cold germs.'which soothe your cough,
healing the irritated and inflamed
mucous membranes. Just as soon as
you start taking Dr. King's New
Discovery your recovery is assured.
Without assistance your weakened
system tries in vain to throw off
these cold germs. Your system cries
for help and Dr. King's New Dis
covery i3 just the remedy needed.
Get a bottle to-day. Take at once.
You will feel much better to-morrow.
scrutinized the travel-stained company
and Its battered trunks and boxes
closely, but he became very pollto when
he learned the rank of his guests.
As there were no rooms ready, the
queen and her daughters had to sit in
the lobby until at last they could move
Into their quarters,
London, Already Dark,
To Be Made Darker; No
Ray Of Light Permitted
London. Eng, April 1. More dras
tic orders to reduce the lighting of
London have Just been brought into
effect, and now all shop and house
lights must be screened at their source
to present the escape of any direct
But the authorities consider the
volume of light over London still too
high, and it is expected soon that
them will be few. If any. lights show
ing anywhere, and that all shopping 1
will nave to ne aone ny nayiigni.
The appearance of London Just now
at night is very strange, and pic
turesque The most extraordinary ef
fect is at the est End theaters and
1 hotels, as one parses in from the dark
ana sinister streets, wun tne reii aan
scer lights eer where and hulldingg
with dark and deserted exteriors, into
interiors dazzling with lights, and with
musio and dining and dancing like a
Pavid Belasco. the playwright and
tage manager, nas onee a call boy in
a San Francisco theater.
They're fine! Don't remain
bilious, sick, headachy
Best for colds, bad breath,
sour stomach children
. Get a 10-cent box now.
Be cheerful! Clean up Inside to
night and feel fine. Take Cascarets to
liven your liver and clean the bowels
and stop headaches, a bad cold, bilious
ness, offensive breath, coated tongue,
sallowness, sour stomach and gases.
To-night take Cascarets and enjoy the
nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleaus
ing you ever experienced. Wake up
feeling grand Everybody's doing It
Cascarets best laxative fcr children
Herald Want Ads for results.
New Discovery! Takes Place of Dangerous Calomel It Puts Your Liver To
Work Without Making You Sick Eat Anything-It Can Not
Salivate Don't Lose a Day's Work!
I discovered a vegetable compound that-docs
the work of dangerous, sickening calomel and I
want every reader of this paper to try a bottle
and if it doesn't straighten you up better and
quicker than salivating calomel just go back to
the store and get your money.
I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's
Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work
and clean your thirty feet of bowels of the sour
bile and constipation poison which is clogging
your system anU making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that one spoonful of this harmless
liquid liver medicine will relieve the headache, bil
iousness, coated tongue, ague, malaria, sour stom
ach or any other distress caused by a torpid liver
as quickly as a dose of vile, nauseating calomel,
besides it will not make you sick or keep you from
a day's work. I want to sec a bottle of this won
derful livet medicine in every home here.
Calomel is poison it's -mercury it attacks the
bones, often causing rheumatism. Calomel is dan
gerous. It sickens while my Dodson's Liver
Tone is safe, pleasant and harmless. Eat any
thing afterwards, because it can not salivate. Give
it to the children because it doesn't upset the stom
ach or shock the liver. Take a spoonful tonight
and wake up feeling fine and Teady for a full
Get a bottle! Try it! If it doesn't do exactly
what I say, tell your dealer to hand your money
back. Every druggist and store keeper here knows
me and knows of my wonderful discovery of a
vegetable medicine that takes the place of danger