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2 U eek-Liid Edition, September 16-17, 191(5.
Series of Winter Sacred Concerts and Afternoon Ser
vices in Cleveland Square Being Arranged; First
Christion To Have "Welcome Home" Day; Rev.
J. K. Brown To Preach at First Congregational.
, LNDAY evening it ill be the last
time thiB vear that the union ser-
1 ices In Cle eland Square will be
held A plan has been suges.fcd, ana
will urobablv be earned out for
1 olding Sundaj afternoon services xn
Cleveland Square durinsr the remainder
of the fall and winter A plan for
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having a massed band of SO musicians
from the Michigan regiments. Is now
beina- worked out The sundav after-
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noon services, if thev are arranged for
v ill include a sacied bnd concert fol-
i.wea 01 vt!, "-" '
The T nth.
im anaioiu rciiai..m. ...w .
tanas will combine to give the sac-ed
concert n -xt Sundai afternoon
Seventh Infantrr Band lo Plav.
The Seenth mfantrv band, at Camp
Fort BI's". will cne the concert un
da evening starting at 7 -'J and last
ing an hour The congregational
sinking will he led b an r.ruleaor
hoir or 50 oite from the First
Presbj tenati a id I ir--t hrisuan
churche. and th- r. ill ing onlv
sacred faongs. f'-- 1 I Raster v. Ml
sing a soprano holo durmu the eritt
The fmon will be prea i-l h one of
ihe ihrtplpin-- of the Ohio regiments in
The p" ii i a fillows
At the first sign of
skin trouble apply
That patch of eruption is not neces
sarily a serious matter! Even in severe,
well-established cases of eczema, ring
worm or similar affections, Resinol
Ointment and Resinol Soap usually re
lieve the itching at once and quickly
overcome the trouble completely. How
much more, then, can this simple, in
expensive treatment be relied onto cus- j
pel skin troubles in their earlier stages.
RctitioI Soap and Rssiaol Qrrreent re sold br '
all dnircsts. For tacples of eadu free, wnte to '
IleTt. 1 R. Kesuiol. Bahusorc Md.
Heals Skin Diseases
It is unnecessary for vou to suffer
with eciema, ringworm, rashes and
l'ottet.r at "anv- drugstore forsV or I
ly applied will usually give instant re
and soothes the skin and heals quickly
and effectively most skin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful disappearing
liquid and does not smart the most
delicate skin. It is not greasy, is eas
ily applied and costs little. Get it to
dav and save all further distress.
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"Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than Salivating, Dangerous
Calomel and Doesn't Make You Sick Don't Lose a Day's Work
Wonderful Discovery Destroying Sale of Calomel Here.
You're bilious! Your liver, is sluggish! You
feel lazy, dizzy and all knocked out Your Head
is dull, your tongue is coated ; breath bad ; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But don't take sali
vating calomel. It makes you sick, you may lose
a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes
necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour
bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's -when
you feel that awful nausea and cramping.
If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver
and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take
a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone to
night Your druggist or dealer sells ou a 50
cent bottle of Dodson's Liver
personal money-back guarantee
! I DEUE SDHIGE
Concert 7 In p m , Seventh V
band ' Jantrv Band. Aioert s. Havnec
March. "W acner." Troutman.
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Uerlu"r .WMWIIHWW I
Hearts and r low-era
, cornet solo bv buitle sereeant Kohn.
; Inflamatus" from "Stab.it Mater." I
' KoyMjii i
raH to worship. he Doxology,
Wlth banJ accompaniment.
j The evening prayer.
Congregational hymns. led by a 1
' union Christian Endeavor chaw
soprano tolo. selected. Mrs. J J.
, E .vlni." Kline
Congregational hymn. Nearer My
!od to Thee
Selection, Seven Melodies " Lampe.
To Observe Al'elcome llonsr" Day.
Surdaj will be obse-ved at the First
Christian church as "U eicome Home
Ia " The pestor. Rev Perrv J Rice.
will preai h The theme will be "I
Belieie in the Catholic Church of
Christ" This will be the third ser
mon in th series on Mv Personal
Creed" The nenh organized choir
will provide special music, and th:
church will be decorated Christian
Fndeavor societj will hold its regular
evening service at 30. and the con
gregation will join in the open air
evening service in Cleveland Square.
Vu-tln Park CbrfMlnn.
At the ustin Park Christian church
Sunda Seret M. D Ballmer, of the
l!th Pen nsj Kama infantr. will preacn
m the morning and the pa6tor. Rev.
H. Allen in tne evening The morn
j ing serv ice will begin w ith communion
J it 10 45 The evening service at 7 4.
liss Marjone Liveslev wil sing at the !
i norning service and if possible, vir i
ose Young in the evening Ben
Howell will lead the Endeavor at ft j
j t- m subject. 'Little Chances to Help" j
The Bible school will begin a "Red
ind F.lue" ontest Sundav morning. )
1 Church r ChriKt. j
I t the Church of Christ on Sundav
I r-o-ning Rev J ." Dunn, the pastor,
. v ill take for his se-mon subject "T.ie
' oolishness of God " The subject of
he evening sermon will be 'The
Maierloma Call" Midweek service is .
at 7 "0 p in V. ednesdav
Hev. J. iv. Hrovvne to I'reach. I
4t the First Congregational church 1
Sundav the Kev J K Browne, who j
I reached so splendidlv in the Men and '
Religious convention here, will preach
morning and evening In honor of Mr.
Proline's vient a special evening ser
vice will be held at 7 4Z Sundav
1 At 1" 15 the Bible class for the win-t-
will be reorganized and the Rev
Miles Hanson will commence a series
of addresses on "The Great Rediions
of the World and How They Seek to
v-.xpress the Needs of Their Commun
ties " Mr Browne will speak at this
I The music at the 11 a m service j
wui De lea ny a quartet consisting oi
' Mrs. Zahn, Mies Cook, Mr Carson ani
' Mr Luthv
Mill Hold Special Meetings.
Plans are being made by Rev. A. A.
, Iavis, pastor of the East El Paso
Presbyterian church, for a series of
' meetings to be held at that church be
I ginning Sunday. Sept 14 Rev Charles
j I.. Overe-treet. of the First Presbyter
j ten church, and Rev TV' C Baber, of
i the Itura Presbv terian church will
J assist in the meetings. The hour fo-
I night services is 7 3ft p m At 11 i
m , Sundav , Rev A Dav is will
nreach on "The First Disciples," III
Philip The m-eting to start Sept. 14 I
FrobabH ',11 continue for two weeks.
th. t 1DSfSB church !
fcUndav, Rev Charles L. Overstreet. the
pasto-. will preach at the morning j
service on "bide the Third Great .
W ord of the Gospel " The double j
asi as Brill J- & BHiit nAm. '
JUai ici w i. ciii. uaiiii 0 . sa win (
position. "Te Shall Dwell in the Land
Corp Miller of the Pennsvlvania ar
tillery, will sing a solo. "The Lord is
Mv Light " The Men's Bible class
meets at 10 oclock H B Durkee is
teacher The Bible school begins at
S 30. W V Long, superintendent.
At the Mtura Presbv tenan church
i corner Idalia avenue
street. Grandview. the pastor.
C Baber will preach at
at 7 30 p m Sundav A
service, Mr Kitchell will sing the
"Lost Chord "
VA estmlnster Presbyterian.
At Westminster Presbyterian church
Csa4ft can ifsAC srarilt Ka An 4 l as? Vfcr
OvAlAUaav 0i;i vaso oill as siia us a,ssa u -
the pastor. Rev Yv M Fairlev The '
special music will be Morning,
anthem. "O. Savior of the World"
(Gossi and a solo. The Heavenlv
Song' Hamilton Gray), bv Mrs. Row
land Gilchrist evenmg anthem. On
ward Christian oldiers McIougal ) j
l'r'..J'w'' Mm,rr s ?rr?,ch'
Tr T M Moore of Nashvl'le secre- i
-v of the Home Mission board of tn-
stuthern Methodist chur h will be in
FL Vas1.r S.V nd,a t"d iL" I,'re,"h ,n
Trtni-v Mfthodist church "-iI'Ihi morn-
line It was hoppri to faif 1 " Moor' (
ful will clean your sluggish liver better than a
dose of nasty calomel and that it won't make
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine.
You'll know it next morning because you will
wake up feeling fine, your liver will be working,
your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach
will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will
feel like working; you'll be cheerful; full of vigor
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vegetable,
therefore harmless, and can not salivate. Give it
to your children. Millions of people are using
Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomel
Tone under my
now. Your druggist will tell you that the sale of
that each spoon-L.1 calomel. is almost
AITH Apprises Man of His
Christian Truths Have Withstood Time's Ravaging Hand Successfully For Cen
turies TheyShineTlnwigh Clouds.
By Rev. Fr. James H. Maloney, of the EI Paso Diocese.
One Lord, one Faith one Baptism.
Epheftlans, Iv sl-ll.
. , - 1 AITH is the substance of things
to be hoped for. sas -t Paul,
the erfdeme of thlnsb tin-
f sen " I ran not ronrpiv. an rifr mm-
I narabl to a vlnl ,nd lum.no... faith
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f iu uuu. anu jcsus L.nnsi. an aumiiiK
fIH in tho VA-ttv ftf fete -nA1 :-
" " "re '-. w, &wJ(a v
! sages and hallowed promises of eternal
Tour faith should be to our soul a
source of light that ill roaden and i to ,"iakelh stronghold more lmpreg
,. .,., .,.,..! h-i ,, .u.,M "a-'" Ten the smoke of religious
expand your spiritual vision It should
be to vou what the pillar of fire was
to the Israelite guiding your feet
through the devious wavs of this mortal
maelstrom. It reveals to vou a God
creating as well as rul'ng with wis
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uoiu. a. oeiiy ujsr conironng provi- , nomage to our uamouc laltn rounded i its salutary and beneficent mnuences.
dence is ever directing the affairs of by Christ and sealed by his blood as I dear friends, like a ship without a rud
nations. You learn who ou are bv well as the lives of countless martyrs, j der. a country without a flag, a man
its light, whence jour advent, whither ' whose baptism of blood was the nonr- I without a country, to be buffeted about
your destmv It obliterates the per- ishmsr rain for the nascent church in- I bv wr wind of erroneous doctrin
plexing mazes of doubt that is the
iwiuwi wi im worias votaries.
The Great Lartcier.
The existence of vour immortal
souls it apprises vou of. and constant
ly reminds ou of vou- dignitv and
responsibilitv as pssessers of such a I
wondrous gift Far above the meta- '
preach Sundaj night in Higland Park,
but he could not -emam here until
night. He is one of the big men of the
Southern Methodist church
HirM liethodUt Eplstepal.
At the 1'irst Methodis-t Eniscon-il
church Sunday, the brass quartet from j
the 16th infantrv, Pennsv liaria na-
tional guard, with chief me- cian Rob- "
bins in charge, will plav three num
bers at the morning semce beginning
at 11 oclock Mrs Carrie. Fieldin-r
Itebenack will sing. "Just for Todav."
bv Abbott The sermon will be by the
pastor. Rev Herman G Pr-ter At the
evening hour there will b- special
smging and a short niace bj th"
pastor Epworth leatrue i at 7 p m
Kast 121 lao Vletbnllt.
At the East El Pao Methodist
church. Rev H P Bon. I the pastor.
will preach at both the, morning and
evening services. Epworth league
i-eets at T in p m. Miss Marv Clifton.
p-esident. Midweek o-av er and praise
service i at S p m 1Vdnedvv
HUIiIenil 1'nrk Methodist.
At the morning service it Hihland i
Park Methodist church Sundav
Laurence Revnolds wil nreach In tht
evening the congreeation is expected
t- worship at Trinitv Methodist
AIn Vista Methodist.
At the Alta Vista Methodist church
I Sundav morntng G L Jones will de
liver an address on Francis sbury the I
Iioneer American b' hop In the even- I
ing the pastor, Rev. C K Campbell, I
will preach. j
Service at Rase IlooltaI.
Services at the base hospital at Fo
Blias Sundav afternoon will be In
charge of Rev J F 'W'lliams, D D.
of the First Baptist church The musi -will
be given by the Fourth Ohio band,
directed by bandmaster William A
Sands. Among the sacred selections tj
be rendered by the band will be "The
Passion.- by Handel and "Chapel
Chimes," bv Clement v number of
other sacred selections including old.
familiar hymns also will be given
At the First Baptist church Sundav
the subject of the morning sermon r
Rev J F Williarrs. n T will b.
"Bearing One Another's Burden" Xr
I" the evermg hour Rev r T Paniel
P P. superintendent of the Mexican
BaDtist missions for th state o
Texas, will preach Dr Vv ilha-ns will
preach Sundav afternoon at "! oclock
& ? pVheahotT J
Fort Bliss. B T P U meets Sun
day at 7 p m The id and Mis- (
sionary society will hold its monthly
meeting Tuesday at p m . subject j
. C?Voa Ulaafon CTnl.l lonilan Vfrc
vUf ?.!.." aii:s.fliji I. is-vj, itauci i
A M. Walthall On Sundav. Sept -4
Rev. T O Reese of Birmingham via .
and his singer. Walter B 'schofield
will begin a series of "ieei n; win
the First Baptist riiun n
Church or M. Clrmcnf.
At St Clement's Episcopal chnrh on
Sunday Holy Communion will be at
30 a. m Mornine praver. wnn
Henry Easter The order fo- serv ices
Sunday will be
Morning praver Processional hvmn
Vo 17s. "Sanctuary". Ven'te chant !
Te Deiim. (LryKesi jubilate .nan'
sermon hvmn No ITS (tarumi offr i
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(Stalner). recessional hymn No Z 16.
f Alford) ,
Xo 403. i M-iterna i
Mairnificat ana i
Nunc Dimittis chant hmn after thir-I
collect No T. (Hanfordl hvmn be-
for, sermon. No 1 Angelus" offer-
iri anthem. "Oh How Amiable re
Thv Dwellinirs' (Westi. rece-ion ii
'' m1 Xo ;0T - vll Saints"
kf. rani's Ivancellcnl Lutheran.
The services at St Paul's Lutheran i
5tojJje4 entirely.. ,iere,'
JPol RRevv' i FirsS utSTclfrolin ret! wlli'S. willingness to bear it in. His promise "Ccme unto Me all ye that labor and are , ; .J-n ,00000 have".fj
11 a. m. and l at iu 30 a tn Exenlng: praxer at 7 si heavy Uden and I will give you rest" Finally, He has proved His willingness in tJJj ' , "J1" ntl e'tJ" tates- ny of
t Th mnrtiin? I fl. - h th rtnr Tvi ! U al.!. tVa aA-- .1, TTI nItM aAlf Vsra AM- ,-. :- TT,- ., kAal - LH 1 .tI." osr me present UCCesSMIl OI
i i. -i - - - j . , ,, n&ua uaiii iri a ii f i n.i
Is the Evidence
phv Mral disputations of the soul s
properties indivisibilit and spiritual-
if th it men hate never ceased to cavil
1 and dispute about, rises the unerring
.'...a.. .kn wai l-ur cava. ""T a wn
t,)e resurrectIon and the ,ife IIe that,
h-livA in m althoueh h be dead
i shtl li and evervone that liveth and
! beli-eth in me. shall not die forever.'
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1 111 l-Mlllll II Ullia II A WT BUItc?9a.uaa
.. . t . c arwt t,rrn -i.ig.n h.ml nH
ni(.e.wu .a.. -. ..;,. ut, nnM -
although a constant guerilla warfare
;-r 1 cawru agatuai iuciu( 40 is (.icai
their exposition to
et these only serve
narrare has cleared away we behold
the truths jf Christ shining forth in
far more luminous colors, defiant and
All azes and climes have been forced .
through the medium of their geniuses.
In Day even unwillincr. nrofnundest
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' creased by the sunshine of Christ's all
i proviaent care
Tour Catholic faith would have you
esteem the soul more than the body,
heaven more than earth, eternity far
above time It affords you an oppor
tunity to form an adequate estimate of
Sentence Sermons by El Paso Ministers
IF we were able to keep all of God's commandments and laws perfectly, there ; ,T,hJ frJi'"ri," ' """tcr.atid
... a .a. - . .. . . t m. ,n turn otne- bishops a numr- al-
would be no doubt, we could be saved by the law, but since, "there is not was regarded as remarkable but Mh
9 met' msn lirvftn oartli ilttt- 9ntYi ntnA A pinnnfh ttitt itim snr rilvrft .ill i vn Tntlla'c ru.nrr! Ii-inc o . . r-. i ..&. rl
gone astray," this way of salvation has
to rely for onr salvation upon the grace
pardon for the sake of His dear son, who
Kev. Carl F. Schmid, at the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
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"Blessed are the eyes that see the things that ye see; for I tell you, that many
j prophets and kings have desired to see those things which ye see, and have not bishop who is senior in due of conse
seen them: and to hear those thmes which ve hear, and have not heard them." . cration its presiding bishop or offic al
Rev. Arthur C. Harris, of St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church.
Beimr the center and admiration of
the means of reforming and transforming a few sinners, fitting them for life,
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and death, and eternity is another sort of success. The former could be the sue-
cess of Apollyon, the latter surely is like unto Christ. Rev. W. C Baber, of the
I Altura Presbyterian church.
"Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.'' No one who is a lover of riches,
or a lover of pleasure, or a lover af glory, can at the same time be a lover of men.
Rev. Asher A. Davis, of the East El Paso Presbyterian church.
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Jesus Const says, "I am the door,
salvation and heaven. Neither is there
IE none other name given under heaven
East El Paso Methodist church.
The church, like the family, is an institution divinely inspired, but composed
of imperfect human beings It is therefore not perfect, but looks in the direction
oi penecuon coin tor useii ana muse wag compose 11. Kev. rerry j. nice, oi
the First Christian church.
The simple gospel of Jesus Christ, although "the power of God unto saJvation."
lias lime viiaini xui cue vuiiuiy wise.
Kev j w. unnn, oi tne cnurcn ot t-nrist.
There is no stronger evidence of a
played when a Christian man or woman comes to the "parting of the ways" and
deliberately chooses the pathway of Christian duty, in preference to that of pop-
ular pleasure Rev. J. H. Allen, of Austin
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A Boston newspaper once printed this
bnt ph,IJ,pS Brooks walked down through Newspaper row and all was bright." Be
of good cCer Are we commending the" Christian gospel by our lives and by our
atiuuoe' itev. c-nas. l.. uversireer, or
A few persons who have attained to a npe old age tell how it can be done.
As a general thing, every rule ever given can be embraced in this direction: Live
a Christian life, for Christianity calls for clean living, a mind that does not worry,
a spirit that daily bathes itself in God. "Length of days is m her right hand."
Rev. C. K. Campbell, of the Highland Park and Alta Vista Methodist churches.
The greatest burden under which souls are bending is the burden of sin. Un-
less the burden is transferred to another, men must be crushed under its weight.
tree " Oh, what a Saviour He Is! Rev
, hii'ch .sundav. will be restored to.
their regular hours The subject of j
ln n'irniiik; m:i inuii ia men win
p.eaohed bv the pastor Rev Arthur C
Harris i -Seeing and Hearing." The
ev.ning service will be
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J Heimvlvania' infantrv
Ion's Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Tne sc rv -res at 1109 San ntonio
street will he conducted in German.
'and begin at 10 30 oclock Rev C'l
.'Schmid of Mbuquerque. will occupv
! ,he nnlnit and nrrach on the them'
our Vsurance of Our Posession of
Crnnd 1 lew llantist.
The !rand View Baptist Sunday
6( hool meets at t p m Members of
the Highland ParK B v p u will as
sist in the prrogram f II. and T R.
Iaine will sirg t 4 p m. there will
be short talks by T M Jones anl
other lav men
Thursdav at 7 45 p m , a gospel
praise service will be held, conducted
bv Rev V L. Mllli.aji rthur MUH-
jctn will lead the singing, assisted by
vrs jaiiman as organist soldiers
fiom Camp Pershing will participate
hi this meeting
n,i Jesus said unto him. Whv callest
thou me good" none is good, save one.
that is, God.
Thou knowest the commandments.
Do not commit adulterv. Do not kill.
Do not stcil. Do not bear false witness.
Honour thy father and thy mother.
nd he said. All these have I kept
from my youth up.
Now when Jesus heard these things,
he said unto him. Yet lackest thou one
thing, sell al! that thou hast, and dis
tribute unto the poor, and thou sbalt
have treasure in heaven, and come, fol
And when be heard this, be was very
sorrowful for he was very rich.
And when Jesus saw that be was very
sorrow ful. he said. How hardly shall
thev that have riches enter, into the
kingdom of God'
For it is easier for a camel to go
through a needles eve than for a rich
man to enter into the kinzdora of God.
And they that heard it said. Who then
can be saved?
Ind he said. The things which are
impossible with men are possible with
ACTING JUDGE DECLINES TO
TRY DISORDERLY HOUSE CASES
Because he believed that Judge Paul
D Thomas would be more capable to
trv a disorder!) house case, acting
judge R B Stevens. Friday afternoon
postponed the trial of a charge of
running a disorderlv house against
tiir e women in police court.
Judge Stevens stated that he did not
lik the idea of trjmg the cce, and
would rather that it be held over until
the return of Paul Thomas, who is at
present in Jvcw Mexico on a business
of the Unseen
. their respective values. It not only
enlightens the intellect and soothes the
heart bruised bv sorrow, but dispell
j the perplexing doubts with which th?
. tn.nrl. nf tftnc whn lrnA. tint fTlieWt
are beseiged with It does not send
ou wandenncr through this world like
the traveler lost on a trackless desert.
lut grimes ou all directions as well a
tfie compass to lead yon saiei in uw
fK.aa "BJ .. . aiuD IV .- .-. -
nathtaQi ht iai tn afArnai nr 11
U the inexhaustible source of spirituil
riches, the gatewa that affords vou
a real participation in the priceless
treasures of heaven It is the pea'l
of great price in comparison with
which all earthlv treasure is but dross
The strict observance of its laws ani
precepts serve as the nutrition re-
iuirea lur ine nvuis auciieii.u i -- .
velopment just as food and drink ar-
the sources of lire and neaun to our
" " (.rone In Ignorance.
i TV nM c-r-nne nhnnf in tenorance of
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j Crasp in fond embrace this priceless
I 1-eirloom and make it part and parcel
or vour lives, that not only you vour
self may bask in the sunshine of God s.
favor, but that its effects be re
splendent in your daily actions, and
emanate rays of virtue that w ill serv e
as a beacon to others.
been lost. We are, therefore, compelled
of onr God alone. And God extends His
died on the cross for our transgressions,
the multitude is one kind of success: bemr
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because He is the way of access to God,
any other way, "for there is salvation
and among men." Rev. H. P. Bond, of thi
liic vviuuiuu pcufic ncaiu jiiw iuiy.
genuine Christian character than that dis-
Park Christian church
itrm: "The day was dark and gloomy,
ice rirst rresayienan cnurcn.
J. F. Williams, D. D , of the First Baptist
nn A I 7 ,
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Go lo Mesilla V alien
and Eal Chicken Feast
V motor trip to the Mesilla vallev.
With a stOD in ls fnarM for
chicken dinner, is to be made Monday I
bv mmw.,s , ,1,. .-h,.i.. i,-
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tlon. comnos-d of IJ chanlains with
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I .,. .iwf,f. oLMiivuru al r.i tratnj
The armv chaplainr will leave El
Paso at 10 a m. Mondav. the start
being from San Francisco street in
front of the Herald building
It is planned to go ten miles abov d
Las Cruces and returning, to spend a i
hour or two in Las Crui es where a
chicken dinner will be served.
First Meeting of Mission
Society lo be on Tuesday
The opening nUng ,r the Jl .-
man's Missionary societr of the First
Presbyterian church, wtll be held in '
the church parlors at 3 en-lock Tuesdav
aivernoon ine ioilowmg program j in tne south, o spec i illv in Virginia. I
will be given j the Carolina and Tei neet, say th -v '
bolo. Mrs 1 D Howe. Missionary are filling up what little t.pace th- '
Outlook for the Vear." Mrs. C L. had with students from the north ui
Overstreet violin solo. Mrs Wilman K able from lick of room, to get 'into
Adams address. The Y. W. C A. iu . northern collects . linriHiAnB ... ,n
Other Lands.' Miss Elva Slv. local sec- !
retarv of the Y. W C A Bible studv.
Mrs. 11 B Durkee. hostess. Mrs. R. P.
ILL HEALTH FORCES PRIEST
AT FORT HANCOCK TO RESIGN
Fort Hancock. Tex . Sept. 1 6 After
serving St Patrick's Catholic church
for IS vears as pastor. Rev Father
Totnmassi has been forced to resign
because of ill health Rev Father
Robert Libertini has been sent here to
succeed father Tommasi
The Fort Hancok school has opened
with a full attendance It is being ,
taught by Miss Margaret Wills. I
G W. "orthsworth was a visitor
at the home of J B Bean Fndav
Mrs. W. Wilcox i vnting in El Paso, j
New Yorkers eat 900 OOn 000 five cent '
loaves of bread yearlv i
Gen W A Hard j of OKlahm City is 10
jean. old. 1
A NOTRE DAME LADY'S APPEAL
To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism.
whether muscular or of the Joints, sciatica.
lumbago backache, pains in the kidne
or neuralgia pains, to itrite to her for a
home treatment which has repeatedly cured
all of these tortures. She feels It her duty
to iend It to all sufferers FREE. You cu-e
ourself at home as thousands will testlfv
no chance of climate being netesary This
simple discoery banishes uric act i from
the I ood. loosens the stiffened Joints, purl
fies the blood, and brightens the ees, gt
ing elasticity and tone to the who e system.
If the above Interests you, for proof address
Mrs. M Summers, Box It, Iwtre ij.nae, Ind.
Senior Bishop Rt. Rev. Dr. Tuttle to Preach Opening Ser
monDelegates to Celebrate His 50th Anniversary
Matters Explosive Are Predicted Mexican
Immigrants Cause Californians Anxiety.
PUBLIC interest bevond almost anv
other Christian gathering atta. b"i
to general conventions of th
Episcopal chunii P.eisons ar. sa ' o
be the prommein of memoes ee-
ince the death of xt" late J Pi--Morgan.
the import ir of the t r
up for legislation a' il the ' 'c
sies which embroil 1 piscopa !e
during about i; months ever t i
general convention Mttinsr t
meets in St Loui- net n or
veteran deiutv member 9
ventions since can T an" "-
ind who is a i ew p iper e - ex
plains that the 'eaoi St T o w w e
lected for the i ieet i this ' e
fact that Rt hei I r Di - "r
tie. bishop of Missouri, an 1 '
all Episcopal bishoi at ' r w 1
have been a bi-hop iialf a er ' T e
lives until Mav 1 of nevt v. - e
convention in his see ltv tin- ' s
nearest the anniiers fj ii ii f
will celebrate tr e even' c p
Brewer, of Montana was to c
, preached the opening sermon s
j Ijouis. but he has just ilied and 1 u n
' Turtle is hirrself t.. preach it v f
i to be brought out in thtf celebration s
i that bishop Tuttle is but second in lire
(from bUop White or Pennsjlvania
f who was consecreated in i7S7
I He ha,i consecrated 47. bes.des tak-
sionarv bishop in the Rockv mountain
region right after the civil war closed, i
i but went to Missouri in 18SS
I The Episcopil church has not nlwavs
' fared so well m its oian of mine lis
leader. Kfforts have been made to
elect a presidintr bishot, that he micht
oe a lounger n?an and upon the death
! of bishop Tuttle it is said to n
' ?,n infa.r s anv thing ecclesiastical
can be that some bishop will be hosen
, lo ,ne hea 0er allH ,t Is also Jre
dieted that he will reside in Washing-
,on even if he be not bishop of vvash-
ington in all cises in that event he
micht c i le to be archbishop. but
against that t tie th. 1 i iscopal church
in this countrv is ud to entertain a
good deal of dreai1
According to this ler itv editor there
are three matters to erne before the
st Louis meetim. that mav nrove v.
plosive ndeed the sime authority pre.
J""? troubie '' - -"re an air that
' mx". '" x tL .'onven.i'T.
nuiiviiis io cut tne 'On vention time
..... ,,,. LM ...,,au.ic quesuons
er "" vears Reasons given are !
' "eTec" Zathb'm;ZfpJ!;
feeling which in all three cases will
I have passed bv ii
I Rev rr Alexander Mann, rector of
i ,h'er"cnrt,dateh "Treridenof11 thb!
i nouse oi qeputies of the low part)
ine candidate of the high party three
ers ago was tne Kev Dr William
i New imrk.B' h! .'InnL 2lt.,cl'
. date this v ea- because New York
' f,,e'? to fee'ect him on account of his
' 7h,Zn,i T,1 congress affair.
j ana jiis resignation from the Board of
i it is a source of pride to the Epls-
co1 church that when its general
"h'SS!? SS ,s '
-m v.. -. , , : .""e1 "c
, CM , 'wraraiHi m Doth houses
rnere Is some talk that ih. vn.. 1
I ihJJJSJ mV 'J i8k'J to take over a
j ,t is "nsiderfd ceVtaithVSewUmls1
j sionarv district will be created at
I Pnna to include all of Central
I ofraEngtomirt f " C''e, by the churcn
'ikxii v, iviviir.it vts, c..ie
' i..,lXl,lIN so.ktikn axmbtv
(. " " . "viP
xai-v.ii jc3,i(-o ior
. , " w.t Al VUU-J
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niiiceies. a lew a far north as
ban Jose W ith them are going, als .
vast numbers of Portuguese. ?5t609
ine estimate some of these Portu
guese enter California direct fron
I ortugal. but a not mall proportion
icach there bv wav of iyi. .n,A
ci"' no e"d t anxietv
California Methodists are alreadj
tsa-i iryunii some omer frotes
tant bodies with institutions designed !
!ne' no Project in Los Angeles a new
?rT of 'hurch that shall represen-
rpiessiv ior iiiin-vmericans. but
inat entire citv in its welcome to then-
.The true is nnnsi.al in tl... .. i
of unrshin is vrh..ln. K.. i tir.
"f worship is overshadowed bv a hum
ness block, in which are projected a'-mos-
all agencies real estate off'i
health board, a college, a newspa,w
all in addition to local features of an
institution.nl .-lnirch The expense in
volved is ;flC8.
CHLHCII 1)1.1. KKf.s KILLED 'WITH
v-TI I!K-vT V 1BIR nKt.INs
Reports from colleges and secondary
schools that are under church .-omi-oi
are to the effect that enrolments of
L,,,4 ,t .. .. S -... v.
ever i, .e,. S Sf "n""nS night to cleanse the evsteii. Get a 10
ever known before Hardlv an mst! I rent no-r r.r ani ,!.... ... tv- ,.
north, from which repo-ts are at hand !
saving thev are turning iwa appll-
cants Reports from similar Volleys
be more congested in the mitter of
colleges ior women than for men
CIIIIISTIW (VKTIO VIKETs I
JV, I)K vnEV OCT. TO It
The Christian conv."iKn meets o
I HEID BROS. Inc. I
Wholesale & Retail
Hay, Grain, Flour, Seeds,
Cotton Seed Products
Phones 35 and 36.
This Week Only
s '- e t rr ss 2-s s5
- c tr' r- this
" 'k i
n re e r has
- - j tr sr'onj
r p v- it S chris
tian w omn th' uui t hone
t. pas., rh Jiiiiiitli. nitrk n Oj con
e i J l.u n i f w-i i oe
ns alone besides
y the pen for edu-
s ai men sre- ra's ng
offer of Si 00 000
i -F .
n ' ,
i:piopl CIIIRCH TO nm
lltRIUM.K OF IlIOIttED PEnSOS
If the reron n ida'ions of a com
mission (onsisim of five bishops, and
tii eiual numtei of tlen.men an3
omment lav mn or the Episcooal
I r jrch. a"-e adopted bv the general
vention whti meets at St Louis in
. tober. it will be impossible for any
lorceil person to be married by an
i piscopal clergv man
Hitherto the canon law of the church
1 as allowed ay exception in the case
or the inrocent party in a divorce for
adulterv Bat this exception was care
fullv guarded against abuse. Twelve
n onths must have elapsea after the C
-ranting of the d.vorce. and a copy of
the court's decree and record had to
Se submitted to the bisl op before any
ilergvman could officate at such a
It is now proposed to adopt a new- --r
i n the church between parties eith-r
of aWbo? h a hh J3Ja,d or ,f? UTlns'
i and who has beeT divorced for any
cause arising alter marriage
i De aaopuon or mis proposal vvill
afford rel'ef to clergv men upon whom
social pressure is brought to solemnize
This legislation does not affect cases
where the marriage relation is an
nulled by the courts for causes arising
before the marriage
The difficult Question as to whether
n-vorcej persons who have remarried
bj the civil autror'ty or bv a clergrv-
r-an of som other church shall be
admitted to the holv communion is tr.
te referred bv the parish priest to t'e
b'shop of the diocese, and his decision
is to be final.
Raw sea roods. Central Market ifor-
l merly Ardoinsi A Milton Robi-ison. v
prop. Phune 00-S0. Adv
a specialt Ph. 4G04.
They're fine! Liven your
liver and bowels and
clear your head.
' No headache, sour stomach,
j Tinfl nnlrl vv nrnifKniVn
si ciu. ui c,uujiiiijaiiuu
Get a 10-cent box
Colds whether In the head or any
part of the body are oui-k!v OTercorne
'CI ...rr... - M oiercujie
. . .?": -"" asuou auu jccy
mg the bowels free of poison. Tak
i ,ascarets tonight and you will wake up
; with a clear head and your cold will b
, gone Cascarets work while you sleep
i thev cleanse and regulate the stomach.
remove the sour, undigested food and
i foul gases take the excess bile fxoai
me liver ana cai-rv off the constipated
waste matter and poison from the
Remember the quickest way to get rid
ft Willie I. nna am .. S- . a.
-. -.u.ud .d .lie VI ltU ll&VilCl9 Bl
21S i"ld '! ,s,?"en alvI ,th?,t."
?. . a? i CoId fr0m ,helr UtU ,
,810 COLO? TIE
On Savings Acct.
Texas and Dallas Sts.
1 9x12 Matting Rng $435
1 16 inch Center Table .... $1.40
We fcell furniture on easy payments
trade new for old.
Come la and Look 0er Our Stock
Young Furniture Co.
105-107 S. Stanton St.