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Week-End Edition, 3lav 19-20, 1317.
IIEHI PROTESTANTS STOP i seance sm.... -By h p mm.i.;A
PAUL'S life was a failure, measured by the false standards of today. Yet
in our deepest souls we know he spoke the truth when he said: "We are
I more than-conquerors." Rev. 0. J. Wade, of Calvary-Houston Square
Baptist church. i
m. mitmi.i-T j.-t s t rt .:....: Beware of any spirit that fails to magnify Christ. Rev. I. N. Langston, of
ia Told That Drastic Provisions of New Constitution (Highland Park Baptist church. I
Not Intended for Them But Decide to Await De
velopments; Plans for Big Mexican Uni
versity to Go Forward.
UBRICAK Protestants who
A have missionary work in Mex
ico claim to3iave been private
!v informed thatldrastle restrictionB
ut on religious Work in that repub
lic by the adoptidn'of the new con
stitution, is not intended to hit them.
They have, however, determined to
stop all sacraments from being a3
r .metered by their ministers, all
preaching from pulpits, and to close
all schools. This radical step is
'-ken, they say. pending construction
a the new lays by the Mexican
courts. Protestants there have deter--cined
to go ahead however with
Plans for a Mexican evangelical uni
versity, the founding of four colleges,
two for men and two for women, and
crae dispensaries that are expected
'O develop later to hospitals, and to
establish in the City of Mexico a big
publishing plant, together with ,a pe
riodical that is to be, not merely a re
, t,.. m.Hv hut a. newspaper or
general circulation en tho American
pSSatant bodies in the United
states, affected by n?SWiSS
Mexico which took effect Mayl. are
fe"nd Adventlsts. Basts. Presby
terians and Methodists both north
iidsouth, ConsregaUonallsts, Epis
.t,itn h T; M. C A.- and the
'VPS S.1V.,T:W The number
ntL"'"'..:rii'bout 300. The
0rortyW osed up is jortbe
millions. au bwimc va. -
Situational organisation among
-s Say .minister the sacramentoa
T involved, both by Catholics and
Protestants, are being made.
Episcopalians have brought to the
'ronPt, chtefly trough a tement
maaeoy "i"-"yr;"--y,a n m
maae oy """,,"" "V -the
the" administration of the Lord
lunoer For sanitary reasons, long
sSSwcoinixed ly Protestant bodies
Mrallv in the employment of the
vmuai.cV the propol made
irt the hread he dipped into i
.fnlinlB the Episcopal
present P the elements in
SttTwtt separately. Is f
that irflarge congregations it Is ren
dered almost Impossible.
Opponents of intinction have al
ready risen demanding the old way,
ami -Iving as one reason that the
PrayeV hoSk says so and so and so
lFZl it must continue to be. Epis-.-opal
periodicals are already print
ing arguments, including one .that
o? -rears the minister, required by
the law to drink all wine remaining
n the chalice after all have com
municated. hasSunlformly escaped con
tagion, and that therefore the sani
tary argument Is. needless, and in
unction nnnecessary. So far as
known, the Individual cup las not
ZVEW PASTOR OF CITY TIJJ1P1.U
OUTIIODOV A.VD AMEKICAX
Just before sailing. Rev. Qr. Joseph
Fort Newton, of Cedar Jiaplds, Iowa,
who goes to London to become pastor
of famous City Temple, declared he is
orthodox to the core and liberal to
the limit. This in regard to charges,
tormented by the evangelicals of
England, that the American is not
sound in faith. City Temple, quite
near to the Bank of England, and
having a Thursday noon meeting for
huslness men that Is famous through
out the world, was long the strong
hold of British nonconiormny, anu
under the late Rev. Dr. Joseph Park
er, ortnoaox in me main. ie. ui.
Newton now says of his predecesso-.
that he was orthodox in spois. r
Kv-artnn started in life a Texas Bap
tist. was educated at the Southern
RantiKt seminary at Louisville, the
ra.t.F nf Ttnntist orthodoxy of th"
south, and Is now a Universalist. Go -ting
to England he will become a
Congregationalism but is said to have
promised American TJnlversalists he
will also maintain official relations
i.k uarn An American flag, given
by Unlversallsts of New Tork,-will be
put with the British colors on the
temple by Dr. Newton.
TviKr-mi.TTB riXXOT STOP
1VORK STARTED BEFORE WAR
nisrinles of Christ report two
pressing matters, one of them grow.
it, nut of the war. the other grow-
In? out of. Christian leaders not
i.ir, n.iito -what. Immediately
the wfer came on American Disciples
found it necessary 10 oiiik "
rescue of Disciples churches in
Canada, that these Canadian Chris
tians might not fail in finances. Now
the United States in war. and Canada
still so. Disciples are laying a grave
situation before their people, calling
it a war need, and praying ijiat the
home mission program do not breaK
down. The situation is aggravated
by a campaign of work In large
American clues. cmetiA m
inaugurated just before it was known
the United States would enter the
war That campaign cannot stop.
Discioles are saying this is not the
The other matter. lor wmen me
cause Is being looked Into, is an
-lni-minc number of Disciples minis
ters Mine: Into business. The number
has almost doubled since 19H. That
Is, It has gone from 519 to SS7 in three
The attitude of the Christian soldiers Ts facing the foe, not that of careless,
self-indulgent ease. There must be much work to warrant such terms as have
teen used: "Weapons," "mighty weapons," "the whole armour," "the armour of
righteousness," "the armour of light," to be put on. There is no armour for the
back! Surely the Christian soldier must fight if he would win. Hence the
exhortation, "Be strong in the Lord, and in tie power of His might." He who
in Jesus trusts will be more than conqueror. Stand then in his great might.
Rev. H. P. Bond, of Highland Park Methodist Episcopal church. .
Six-Day Sale Begirimimig Monday
In. The Newest Combinations
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Christians in their desire to be patriotic should not allow themselves to lose
sight of the quieter forces, which after all must be depended upon in our strug-
cl. in rarh tnio iATnnrrnTr Ppv Paitv T Pir n thp TTircf f?hritifln rhnrrh
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"What I do thou knoweth not now, but thou shalt know hereafter." Christ
is active in life's affairs today. We. may not understand why this, or that. We !
stall know. Many mysteries of childhood are easy now. Lights and shadows '
give perspective to the picture. Be brave, be truthful, let the Master have HFs I
vi ay. Rev. Watson M. Fairley, of Westminster Presbyterian church. j
If man lived in time with a proper conception, (humanly speaking) of eter-1
mty. there 'would be less attention put on the "pork barrel" and more on real !
r! i "preparedness" for the unknown land beyond. Rev. F. C. Collins, of the Eastr
El Paso Methodist church. ;
"Thus saith the Lord, let not the wise man glory in his wisdom, neither let
tie mighty man glory in his might, let not the nca man glory in his riches,
But let him that glorieth glory in. this, that he knoweti Me, that I am tie Lord
who exercises loving kindness, justice, and righteousness in the earth. For In
these tiings I delight, saith the Lord." Rev. C. K. Campbell, of Asbury Metho
The "death knell" of the doctrine of tie "Divine Right of Kings" was
sounded when the Declaration of American Independence announ:ed to the world
that "Governments derive tieir just powers from the consent of the governed."
Rev. J. H. Allen, of Austin'Park Christian church.
It is a joyful day that comes to tie child of God's who has grown in Chris
tian grace until theyhaveTeached the height of Christian experience when they
can say "like Taul of old.""This one thing I do, forgetting those things which are
behind, and reachine forth unto those things which are before, I press toward
the mark for the prize of the,high trailing of God in Christ Jesus."--Rer. Ed. L.
Millican, of the East 1 Paso .Baptist church. J&
PLAN TO rREVEXT COLLEGES
SUFFERING TV AR LOSSES
Government officials and Christian
educators have agreed that colleges
shall not have their work interfered
with by war beyond what may. he
absolutely necessary, and that after
the war. not interfered with at all by
universal military service. President
King, of Oberlin college. Is credited
by church leaders with having made
the speech which brought about this
agreement. In it are Involved all
universities, all colleges and atl semi
naries attended by men and women,
and it Is expected that changes con
templated, which are radical while
the war lasts, and likely to be perma
nent after it is over, will affect also
the women's colleges.
Colleges under control of churches.
rORE Kodaks are made
on .Sunday than all
the other "days of the week
. After you "Kodak" tale a thought
about the Finishing of your Fflrn.
)ou mill depend on us for the de
veloping, you can depend on Quality
work AS IT SHOULD BE
FOR DEVELOPING ANY
and those that have a more or less
close church relation, which are
many, have entered into the agree
ments of other colleges and boards of
education, to see that .high and sec
ondary schools continue efforts to
keep up the number of men going to
colleges. It is the determination of
educators and church leaders, as well
as the government, that the war, and
later military training, shall not de
crease numbers of joung men taking
Buy a Home
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For Sale 4 New Bungalows
West Main St. $3300 each. Small cash payment; bal. like rent.
.Nevada St. -
6 room bungalow, full basement, furnace heat. Garage and
servant's room. Piice $6500. Would take building site as first
Rio Grande St., Close in
9 room house, 2 full lots, paed and parked street Would take
building site or small bungalow in additions in trade
Cassidy & Nee!
Former Officer Of
Kjerman trmy ana v (0r
Comrades Are Shot'
Berne, .Switzerland, May 19. A
Swiss newspaper correspondent who
spent several months in Germany and
returned recently, Teports that early '
in March five Alsatians, one of them
a former officer In the German army,
were convicted of high treason and
shot in Strassburg. i
The executed ex-officer served as a
lieutenant in an infantry regiment
stationed in Colmar. and was known
to have strong French sympathies,
as nearly all of his relatives live in
France. In July, 1914, a few day 3 1
before the declaration of war, he de- j
serted and went to Paris to enter
the French foreign legion as a private
soldier. Later he acquired French
citizenship, received a lieutenants
commission and was detailed to the
Intelligence department of the army
In different disguises and qmppea
with false passports he repeatedly
visited Germany to get military in
formation. February he was recog
nized by one of his former school
mates, who denounced him to- the
oollce. His arrest and that of four of
his confederates followed.
French Keep Prisoners
Of War Out of Danger
Paris, France, 3lay 19. roe frenen
cro-i eminent has decided that prison
ers of war shall only b'e employed at
a distance of at least is miles irom
the firing line, despite the fact the
Germans are still employing more
than 0.000 prisoners to dig trenches
tin the danger zone.
COUNCIL OF CARPENTERS
GOES KEXT TO SAN ANT0HI0
Austin. Texas. May IS. San Antonio
was selected as til e next place of meet
ing of the State Council or Carpenters
which has been holding the 11th an
nual convention here. The council
has elected the following officers for
the current year. President. W. B.
McXealey. Denton, (reelected); C. T.
Keazler, San Antonio, first vice presi
dent; J. T. Ketherson, San Angela,
second vice president: J. K. Proctor,
Houston, secretary-treasurer, (re
elected). The following executive
committee was elected: W. L. TVells,
Wichita Falls; J. H. Silllman, Port
Arthur; "W. A. Morris, Lubbock, G.
A. French, Sherman; William Allen.
Gilmer: J- R. Pickle, Dallas, TV". J.
PLOT TO BURN TEXAS TOWN
FEARED, 40 ARRESTS MADE
Abilene, Texas, May 19. Charged
with conspiring against the federal
government, citizens of Snyder, Texas,
to the number of 40. are reported to
be under arrest. The wholesale ar
rests have been made during the past
two days, it is said. Tho town if
Synder is being closely guarded on
report hat an attempt would be made
to burn the town.
SIX-DAY SALE that will cause a furore. With foot
wear prices steadily advancing this event is unusual.
Well informed misses and Avouien know that there is an
exceptional demand for High Shoes for Summer wear and
that wliite and Hack combinations are most in favDr.
"jTX THIS SALE beginning Monday will be placed every
" jpair of black and wliite Combination Boots in stock.
Positively none reserved. All new styles in smartest mod
els with high or low heels. It's the greatest footwear op
portunity of the year. Come!
Ily DAISY DEA..
ILLIE BCRtvi. has started work
on her first Famous Players pic
ture. The story is an adaptation
Gelett Burgess's "The Mysterious
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SI'S getting more exciting and
more interesting all the while
at-The White House. As the days
grow warmer the nolae of the
Hammer and Saw grows louder.
You will note great shafts here
and there where giant gaps are
being torn in concrete floors and
ceilings to jnake room for the
Electric Elevators and other Im
provements that will join the pres
ent floors to the Xew Addition
now "under construction. While the
noise to us is sweet music, remind
ing us of the glorious days in tie
new building so near at band, we
ask our patrons to overlook any
annoyance due to the work on the
three new floors whieb will make
The While House one of the most
beautiful Beady-To-Wear Special
ty Establishments in the World-
All Sizes AAA To E
S.50 BOOTS AT 555 A special lot of
8 inch lace top Boots with black kid
vamps and white kid tops. Made with
1 inch low heels. These are very smart
and have excellent fitting oualities.
Regular $7.50 value. CJ J h E?
Six-Day Sale tpD 0
$7.50 BOOTS AT S6.4S A liberal show
ing of smart Hi-Cut Boots with black
vamps and 9 inch white lace tops. A
new model with welt soles and Louis
XV heels. Eegular $7.50 value. .Daring
.Day "sale tjlOeS
510.00 FAKCY BOOTS 57-85 A new
model that is unusually attractive. A
very striking black and white combina
tion pattern with white tops. 'Made
with welt soles and Louis XV heels.
Full 9 ineh tops. Regular $10.00 value,
During Our Six
10.00 BOOTS FOR $7.85 Very smart
Combination Boots with, black vamps
and white kid tops. Made with white
welting around the soles. Low 1 ineh
heels. All regular S10.00 value, Extra
special during onr
Six-Day Sale only n . .
$10.00 LACE TOP BOOTS $7.85 A new
9 inch top pattern with very light dressy
white kid tops and black kid vamps, turn
soles and Louis XV heels. These Boots
show refinement in every line. Thev sold
regularly at $10.00, During our Six-
$12.00 LACE TOP BOOTS 585 The
new "Triangle" Pattern in a smart 9 inch
laee top style with black kid vamps and
white kid tops. High arch and heel.
Also welt soles. One of our regular
$12.00 sellers. Extra special during
1 1 if a Will la i fffiRfif-
VJIS ,! gr
Ujs Store of
No'Slibes Exchanged After Leaving' Store. Sale-Final
Miss Terry." This is that author's
first contribution to the screen.
In "The Mysterious Miss Terr'
iiavls Terry, a part offering many
opportunities for her talents in com
edy and containing many cbarnilns
sentimental episodes. The story is
said to be highly novel and! amusing,
and contains an interesting love
theme. The heroine Is one of the
Idle, bored rich, sick to death of the
class of men she is accustomed to as
suitors. She breaks away from the
conventions of her set and explores
the world outside the portals of the
At the beginning' of the story we
find her a mysterious character in a
cheap boarding house. How she
weeds out her true love from among
her humble suitors and fellow
lodgers, how she plays the Lady
Bountiful to the poor of the 'neigh
borhood nnT lirtw sh. flnnlllr nffAf
many interesting- episodes, finds her
romance ana happiness form the
basis of the plot.
young- men who invented certain. Shaksperlan festival held there. i"Of
H0UDINI ON SCREEN
Houdln'. who wriggles out of
shackles and strait jackets, has been
engaged by the Williamson Brothers
Miss Burke will play the role of tures. Th WilHamsnna .ir th
paraphernalia for photographing mo
tion nlctures under water, so It is to
be taken for granted that Houdlnl
will De oouna nana ana loot, tossea
into the ocean, and. allowed to work
out his own scenario.
I am doini this because I wish to
leave behind," says the Handcuff
King." a legacy to posterity to prove
irrefutably that I was actually with
in the chain-wrapped packing cases,
steel boilers, nailed-up coffins and
other unusual containers in which I
have been manacled and thrown over,
board times without number.
Through the aid of the "U'llllam
sons's devices for submailne photo
graphy I will be able to release my
self in full view of the camera. There
can he no doubt henceforth as to the
authenticity of my performances."
The Russian revolution, the en
trance of the United States into the
world war, and now Houdini's de
cision to pose for the movies. Pos
terity, please note.
The screen version of "Romeo and
Juliet. " for which Theda Bara acted
the role of Juliet, will be shown at
Stratford-on-Avon during the next
course, this picture will he shown,"
the exhibitor has written William
Fox. "to the most critical audience-!
that could be found in the world. AU
the people .here know Shakspere as
they know their bible."
The actdr may think he Is work
ing for money. He isn't. All that he
wants is applause." Snch words of
wisdom from June. Caprice. What
would June say. -we wonder, if on
pay day she was handed a card bear-ing-the
word "Many thanks"?
LIVE -IVIItB MOTORISTS
are using the Bonner Tube, intro
duced here by the Great Western Oil
company and the Mesa Auto Supply
Company because they outwear or
dinary tires, are practically puncture
proof and cost little more than the
good grade ordinary tubes. They
eliminate premature blowouts and are
guaranteed as to workmanship, ma
terials and service. Adv.
Hay Grain Fuel
Southwestern Fuel & Feed Co.
Phone . Adv.
Let us reach a can
of paint for yon I
TITC TTJTTLE PAEXT Jt CLASS rn.
ilO-212 Xo. Stanton. Phones 03-281
Use HeraidWant Ads. "
Try Our Meals
!Try Our Meals ;
1 Campbell's Cafe, music, dancing K
Phone 920. I i .T.XV-" S
From El Paso
Tickets on Sale daily to
September 30. Return limit
Asbury Park, N. J.. $85.35
Asheville, N. C... 64.85
Atlanta, Ga 60.25
Atlantic City, N. J. 83.85
Baltimore, Md 76.80
Battle GreekrMich.. 67.85'
Birmingham, Ala. .: 56:1 0
Boston, Mass. .... .'. 96.60
Buffalo, N. Y. ..... 81.60
Chattanooga, Tenn. . 58.10
Chicago, 111--..-..; 66150
Cincinnati, Ohio-... 68.30
Cleveland, Ohio-.-.,. 77.65
Colorado Spgs, Colo. 35.30
Denver, Colo--,t .' 38.25
Detroit, Mich-.!... 74.90
Duluth, Minn 72:58-
Hot Springs, Ark-... '39.90
Kansas City, Mo... 47.50
Knoxville, Tenn 61.80
L. Chautauqua, N.Y." 8U65
Lake Toxaway, N. C. 66.50
Louisville, Ky .- 6330
And many other points.
The Right Route East
Summer Excursion Fares
To-All of the-Principal Eastern Resorts Are on Sale Daily to Sep
tember 30, 1917, With a Final Return Limit of October 31.
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YOU TRA VEL ON THE ,
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You will enjoy all of the comforts and luxuries which- 6 to rhakes
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PHONES 5851, 594.
From El Paso
Tickets on Sale daily to
Memphis, Tenn. . .
Montreal, Quebec. .
Nashville, Tenn. . . .
New York, N.Y...
Niagara Falls, N. Y
Norfolk, Va 75.45
Ottawa, Ont 93.40
.Philadelphia. Pa.... 81.60
Pittsburgh, Pa 76.80
Portland, Me. 101.60
Pueblo, Colo 35 00
Quebec, Que 102.75
Roanoke, Va 70.60
St. Louis, Mo.. . . . . . 56.25
St, Paul, Minn 66.50
Salr I-ak C'r. T TloU - A1 flO
Sault Ste MarieJVlich 8529
.Spartanburg, S. C... 64.85
Staunton; Va.. . . . . . 72.40
Toledo, Ohio 73.15
-Toronto, Ont. 83.20
Washington, D. C 76.80
White Sulphur Spgs, W. Va. 72.40
And many other points.
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