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Absolutely Pttr jffafW Home Baking Easy No other aid to the housewife is so great, no other agent so useful and certain in making delicious, wholesome foods The only Baking Powde made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Mo Aium Ho Lime Phosphates mgmssg&smlzk SENTENCE SERMONS IN A tree church In a living tblasr na d ohIj- Krinc men and iTomrn. made Hvc by the spirit ft Red. Mhtrald be added tt It, otherwise they add notli it: tm Hii beaaty r nsefH'ncsB. Rev. Charles I Overitrcet at Plrnt I'res fcytectaa cbwrck. Growth tnvotreK chnaicr. Jit- ivh t feaca. Rev. MNch Iln&sen at First "If are the Usbt of the wria. Tbe Hcnt nmt not be burled nnder the bhrH ml Tvoridliacnx nor hidden nnder the bed of iadoTeace, bat elevated n the beaattfHi candlcstiek of a heir CAnicecT-atcd life that men 'rasy see M Kerify Ged In yen. Rev. Cha.Oj. Dickey at First Methodist church. It yu attemitt to secretly live a C hrlntlan. without joining yonrself to tied Fele yenr ApJrltnal life vriH d le like the lire coal eooln and diei when lakes from the grate and placed upen tbc hearth alane. Rev. J. K. Abbott at WeatoaiaMcr I'rebytcrlnn church. A a jrcrfBK canne or a condid on prereaent. bnptlxm hn abneintcly aethlsg to do with salvation. Ret-. Jeff 1). Ray at First Ilsptlst church. Dcter . ta( Seji. In an address la Knglaad laxt year, wald tiro promi nent otrtwre la the fclajs: of the ew China are the bible and Christian mI- nianartes. Rrt. I'erry J. Rice at First Chrii-tlH church. S4rM-e the beslBnias: of ereatfea the devil ha been trylnsr to Kldetrnck t.ed'x ekiMreji and try ins to set them not to worship the living Ged. tint la oenstsntly xettlBK up some ldil for the m to rrersMp. Rev. EcL I.. JllHican at Ea( El Iasa Bapthtt ehsreh. la the sentence: kB are Hurkcm taeether with God." the parties re ferred to are ChittaH: the unsaved nsi never did n day's work: for God la all his Hfe. Kei. R. T. Ilankf. at Calvary liajitist church. JeKM emerged Iron Ms trmptatl on with three principles definitely fixed for life first, he weHld live far other, not for self; second, be wonld not we xlMMf rat or questionable me ibodx, and third, he would he a spir itual JUbk. not u earthly prince. Rev. li. II. I'ttmN at St. Paul's Lutheran iktwck. The rfalcf reasoa bark f the cam he aright jcive te bum a eeaceptlan of at HhEhlasd I'ark Jfetbedist chareh. ChriatiaBlty is able te meet the te (rwln 1b Jeans in mare thaa eoaqaerer II. Atweorf at HlRhlaBd Park Ilaptltst C ! I- - J s, : t ? , v - j ! ' SCRIPTURK. "S- Sr v - " II Klnss SU-14. Now Xaaaisn. captain of the host of the kins of Syria, was a great man Watch COLLAR Easiest to pat oa and to lake oil aad to tie a tie In. Clues. PciMr & Corapwr, Mifccn. Trar, S.T. NO CASGARET USER EVER HAS HEADACHE le rt hex will keep year liver, Htecaaeh and bewebi clean, pure and freafa far months. Pick headache, biliousness, dizziness, coated tongue, foul taste and foul hreath a3way trace them to torpid liier, delayed fermenting food in the imwels or sour, gassy stomach Poisonous matter cloezod in the in- I ftlup? instead of being cast out of i ine f'"in is re-absoroed into thai t lood. When this poison reaches the Arrow oencate oram tissue it causes congeo- , Damascus, better than all the wa tion ard that dull, tnrobbing, sicken- Jrs of Israel? may I not wash in them. ing neaaacne. na.il Laiii. in I'M. u:,s una (iiirs t.'e waters force a passagewav for a in or two yes but the-, don't take w.e poisons out and liaie no effect u-ion the 1-ver or stomach. 'asearen immediate!y cleanse and ri-guuif the stomach, remote the ur. undigested and fermenting food tnd foul gases, take the excess bile ' j .. ., . . . .. t '"' 'C ner ano carr oui oniw, C l rA, t . , jM nMAiHnnAA B,a i r,"";"' o" l utinniirK ic lrattei and and bi-'wlt- po'sons in the intestines I'ascaret tonight will surely ! Mraisbtt-n uu out by morning. They j 11 rlr Vhll. 'A,a I.A.. 1A i,nt l.,.r 1 ' --i lour 'druggist means inside ; n'.negs and a clear head for " ' Ak an' of t'..e millions of I -f-aret users if tle eier haie head- I L ae ' TVTVUUiR 7hj&&.a5tr&. EgF ASTvAPl ;pv PULPITS OF EL PASO In stHtlennry in hN lellef has censert Congregational cbHrch. In f Christ into thU world m that Mf. relation to God. Rev. A. ?. Brans st of practical living and the soul tbat tbronsh him that ieied as. Rev. K. church. with his master, and honorable, be- cause by him the Lord had slven de- verance unto syria; he was also a nlrhty man in n.our, but be was a leper. And toe Syrians had gone out by companies, and had brought awav cap- uve out of the land of lsreal a IitUe maid; and she waited on Xaaman's wife. ' And she said unto her mistress. Would God my lord were with the prophet that is -in Samaria! for he would recover him of his leprosy. And one went in and told his lord. saying:. Tnus and thus said the maid that is of the land of Israel. And tile i.lr.s of Syria said. Go to, go. ana 1 will send a letter unto the klnjr of Israel. And he departed, and took w .tli him ten talents of silver., and si- tiiousand pieces of gold, and ten t naanges of raiuent. And he brought .the letter to the king of Israel, saying. Now when thi letter is come cnto thee hhM T have therewith sent Naamsn my ser-J ant to thee, that thou mayest recover mm oi nis leprosy. And it come to Dasa. when the Vine- of Israel had read the letter, that he rent his clothes, and said. Am 1 God. to kill and to make alive, that this man doth send unto me to recover a n.an of his leprosy? wherefore consid er. I pray you. and see how be seeketh . j a quarrel against me, i And it was so. wnen Elisha the man j of God bad heard that the king of Israel had rent his clothes, that he sent to the irinp- AAvine U'lia-afAr. iiast thou rent thy clothes? let him J come now to me. and he shall know ; L-ii .Ar.k 1 n .w,...!.... ( .. L.maaI , So Naaroan came with his horses , and with his chariot, and stood at the I I door of the house of ElUha. i And Elisha sent a messenger unto j ! him savins:. Go and wash in .Tnniin I i seven times, and thy flesh shall come i again to thee, and thou shalt be clean. But -Nnaman was wroth, and went away, and said. -Behold. I thought. He will surely come out to me. and stand and call on the name of the Lord his God, and strike his band over the place, and recover the leper. Are not Aoana, ana fnarpar. rivers and j ciean? So he turned and went away in a rage. And bis servants came near, and spake onto him, and said. My father. if the prophet had bid thee do some great thing, wouldst thou not hare done it? how much rather then when i he smith to thee. Wash and be clean? Then went he down, and diDDed him- self seven times in Jordan, according i: ... ..ri.r r th n. r it- J " " ,""o " ' v , a. la . . nt. omB acaln lit. n. .!, flesh of a little child, and lie was clean. Ice Gorge Brenka. St. Louis. Mo-. . 26. Rising wa- ter in the Missouri river broke the ice gorges in the Mississippi rner above this city, and the river is filled w.th floating ice. L PASO HERALD OHieililATOROFGHAUTAUQUAMOUEEVIENT IS GIN UNIQUE Eightieth Birthday Anniversary of Bishop John H. Vin cent Is Made Notable Americans Are Asked to Contribute Million Dollars to Starving Chinese. Catholics Work to Hold Poles to the Church. Bishop John H. Vincent, originator of the Chautauqua movement for popular education, and chancellor of Chautau qua Institution, received a unique "letter shower" on his SOth birtfcday annirersary, falling on February 23. i tit: bisnop lives iu Chicago, enjoys vig orous health, and the suggestion that this anniversary be made tne occasion of a shower of pedsonal letters ap- ..! j . i .. : . ...t.. -.. , f mf imtuBwnu. ui peupie .:- ognize ineir educational lnaeoieoness to "",Z ,.'.,',, " '.:. WiZ- ..e mm. T.iree quarters of a million reai- ' sress'vf Jr?,r'l t,a" ""ill" lha1m?vJ e.s in all pans of the world have , me." ""'J?""," T.; 'SJiUfN enrolled for the Chautauqua reid.ns Kr,," ,,?llZ,!,nli course since bisfeoo Vincent inaugu- ' school jwil serritf civ les and alons ! fc y?"S ago. r uiy inousana isnors co to vna- tstf1U9 'N. our V nvt? - v - -si - on1 hnn. dreds of Chautauquas' modelled upon ' the original are held every summer., Born at Tuscaloosa. Alabama, he en- i . . . - , . . j in ine ministry in l-ennsv ivama i the r is it. .ttn.ii ii.o ni,i I "- - - - - - s-s.w. . . - Ifa,!.-.... !-. .A V .1. .- Imt Jnl.j ii AnnAw..nwiAe k .-. roi.aii iiist.ii.uit; an. cain, , I only deliberately set about to give i himlr ilSVii JfLtrZ h, fr himself a liberal edfucatlon. but from ' 5MnS?.8bI?..,'e Sii'hl: SL-t!".1 ?xfr adu,t wJ,lc,1Jl,has become (under the name of the Chau- tauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.) ?2t,ofin.8xssss S"""81 lnfIu - ! e"otS ' VbS TT1 T,J' Jnhn w. vi.T.' i...i - YCiZ Tii 4" 8?0C.r VtfnV ,Gtuder ell"; t to broaden the education of Sunday rMihtitISi:S n,?frt1E established the Sunday School Quarter- ly and other means of teaching under the auspices of the Methodist Book cuucern in new iotk. ne lea 111 1.1c establishment of the International Sun- day SchtKil lesson system. Contempo- raneous with the development of the Chautauqua Idea of out-of-school edu cation for all sorts and conditions of people, his fame as a preacher ex tended beyond the bounds of his own denomination. Besides the "letter shower" a group of friends contributed special b;r,hdav mr-ssages- on about 100 autograph cars which were presented in a special gift box made bv Tiffant. This box is ma hogany, lined with amethyst velvet the rolor if the February birth-stone, and bears gold Initials. An engrossed. 11 lumlnatrd rresontation on vellum under j glass boars personal congratulations j and official greeting from the board 01 trustees ana ail active memoers or tne staff of Chautauqua Institution. The cards include message, from Ly- man Abbott H..n C-nrro un.le- man Abbott, dean George & bishops Charles D. Williams. ... Warren. William F. Mcliowell: presl- dent G. Stanley Hall of Clark unlversl- ty. H. C King of Oberiin. Rush Rhees of Rochester. W. H. P. Faunce of ' Brown. John Finley. City Cbllese of i New Tork: Professors Palmer and Pea f body of Harvard: George Adam Smith. I Percy Alden. M. P.: Jane Addams. Hen ry Turner Bailey. John Graham Brooks, and many others. Some Idea of the enormous influence exerted by the one American will be e 'I gotten from the follon-lntr data The first Chautauaua. auwmblr irat i held at Chautsuoua lake. New York, for tnree weeKs In August. 1S74. for the broader trf ininsr of "Sundav school leacnera. l ae i nautauqua 1,'terarv and Scientific circle, which made Chau tauqua an all-the-vear-round educa tional movement was founded in Au gust, 187S. The number of readers since the first year. 1STS-9. when 800 persons actuallv enrolled their names and perhaps half a manv more studied with tbm. has reach three onarters of s million neoole. Some ten tl-ousand 1 reading circles hav been formed with- , In the 33 years since its organization. ! t t. "... . . ... of clubs, university extension courses. denominational reading circles, nijrbt schools, etc.. the Chautauqua circles still enrolls thousands of members ev- ery year. AJIErir"VS KED TO GIVF. MILLION DOLLARS TO CHIXRSE j. n? ivinn s iiua&iuuai y lauiviutni tirSS ItS nJlat4?,,f., le"vier5,?, Camp; bell White and "William B. Millar, and its secretaries in various cities, to the j China famine relief committee, which plSt." to ?.d l.m.m-tbV food under direction of a secretary of the movement, has been opened and is ap pealing to Americans everywhere. The T.1"' ' i"2,.W?hP "':. of rJI :; ; . "i ,. cu-i:lns with the American Red Cross. A.!LiK'a. f i q.U,are miIes ,'," af- T &ut a dcscr,Ption of conditions in Cheklang province, given by the movement, sets forth fairly well rondi- tions obtaining in all. Last ftnmmer typhoons brought floods orr from the sea. vu-iao county, bordering on Hangclow bar. is an immense tract of tine tannine land under ordinary con ditions. It was reclaimed from the sea by dykes, of which there arc seven in en mere arc seven in see tonSweeroveTyallseven"Uof hI 8ff co sweep over an seen or tne ZFJX2,J?I "TJ" 2'Jf unon eharches In this country to take' offerings on Sunday. March 10. and upon theater managers to ,rlve benefits ! on or near that date. men to build the evkos h'ltr'her and prevent if DO?slble future lr,ciirJnn iruiii me r-i rnira Hn jioiencan DOint of view tt-e dvkes are declared to be crude affairs. PROTESTANT Iinr.SR-OP PR TT5R pux.vEn in sew yoric Protestant young men of Metropoli tan New Tork are to found a house of nrayer. Tt is to be somewhat on the ""ef k T'E!..0' Itlreat '" E.u- W. i.. li-frf-- ' 'eireai. me first in America, was opened last fall J bv the Catholic testant 1 mn if V -v. : The Protestant house of prayer will ..,, ... n. have Its first season June to Sep tern- ADVICE ABOUT GRIP ' I now to Kxcape Its Dangerous After trrcct With so much grip In town this win- ter a few words of advice will not be out of place. First, grip Is no trifle. Its after ef- fects are often very serious. Second, grip is particularly bad- on children, old people and all who are not in the best of health. Thlrd. grip hangs on-takes away your energy ad appetite-leaves you ieeiing weak and played out. That is a dansrerons condition a dangerous condition. The best thing you can do Is tO build yourself up with VinoL our de- llcious cod liver and iron preparaiion wunout ou. it tones up the system and makes ou strong and vigorous Read this letter from R. J. Lown, Oneonta. N. Y.: "I had an attack of grip last January which left me in a very badlv weakened and rundown condition. Lately I began to take vmol and i find It strictly all right. It began to help me from the yerv first and now I am as Well as evr " Remember, tve guarantee Vlnol' do just what e sav we pav Vta' k lour mone if it does not Kelltf & foiiaro, druggists, jji 1'aso, Texas; AlfdOdi. tA AAA has been forwarded to the Shanghai . ,. rALV" " , 'X 7C . ana. one committee, of which btrhop Graves Is , !n chica5- ,and condemn in strong chalrmanT It is stated tht part of the I terms not only members of the Amer-,-u- r.,.i -m .- i.iiJ . ":. 'can I ederatlon of Polish Catholic Lav- SHIER OF IEITEI ber next. In it r Joined young men of Baptist. Congregational, Disciples. Kpiscopal, Lutheran. 'Methodist. Presby terian and Kelormed churches. There are 40,90tt young men in the organizations of the !wo Protestant churches of New York s metropolitan district. The house of prayer is to be for week ends, and its Instructions will be given b some of the foremost Christian leaders. The alms are to i ue?uen nie sifiriituti us mi uuiianau ..., -A . . nrs,0M,,l and aSC- j 'b"rf " zr xvr- -"'""" "'" SUITII CinoilXV LE.1D1AG l. CIll'llCH 1VOKK FOR NEGROES . , j , ., o...v. rv... j leuer 111 iiiii miiiKa. i?uuui c- .. ,, -0 , r.,,mnn m i.a in o.n announces its purpose to lead In n.ll AHAia ihlnco Tha Knltu'nnal J at. lit Aasviastrt .. a ic .- - - .. 1 i 1 ..-.. a. -!-. cnurcn oi me n nuie cuuuii acu- bated for 20 years the question of su- : Pervislon of church work by and for , ' , 19oT and aeai in 1910 ' inheechuinh s gene? contentions! U.e ; bishop Suffrrfgan plan was discussed " Hnj i.r-.ii- vhio niin ha a ' taken advamag5! of by New Yor" : r&Mw foriIrgre; R islon of work among all classes. ' wnite. disck ana loreigrr. out it was i JjJ ,"f k that rst suggested : ,,. H.i.rmln.., t !?t a netrro ! b'hoP- the r8t America. Bishop j Guerry has secured funds, !n part in tne nrtb- to lnaiHJa,n tne new official for a term of years, but he has found. t . h ,,.. that Rnl.Knnllon. or as j,, Carollna! the whUes ;s weU , th. hl.k!. are r to enntributa to this fund as far as able, and they were the first to do so. Indeed, so he states. South Carolina, and not the north, leads in making fche Innovation possible. The bishop Suffragan will be con structively under the white bishop, in order that there be not two Episcopa lian churches in one diocese, but the negroes will have their own annual council, and their bishop, when chosen, will be ihelr own leader In prac tically all things. RREATKST BXGI.ISHM.X 1S PRIUXD TO OUR LI.VCOI.X While in England a few weeks aco ' ihr ex ?!?: .?SSArt1b1Vr' President ' ' the Baptist World Alliance, spent tvA hfknfa in (h. maotw. f M.rJ Anfo. , v Hwa m uwiarc: ... xav J u v.vfr. , V he 'frrd8 a,s the foremost man i f h" Brltl9h "' today. Dr. Mac-, &nb1T;f?m?1irf G?rse to J'ij1,00. ,n his ability to triumph over difficulties. to McKlnley in bis whole hearledness. and to Roosevelt in his power of initi ative. Georx-e's Kreat task of the im mediate future Ir. MacArtbur declares to be disestablishment and disendow ment of the church of Wales, to be followed by the same of the church of KnKland. and the church of Scotland "I met many RnKlisnmen and Scots men." observes the Baptist alliance president, "who bellere tnt the Irish politicians and Roman priesthood do 1 not relly desire home rale for Ireland. , " ", " - ; p.n.c m- iwiki vocation of these men would be taken away. I'or myself. I believe, the VI stermen to b- mistaken In their atti tude. T am a Protestant of Protest ants. That lat nti. rpBCnn vhir T Hr., i to see home rule in Ireland. Both home i'"" ana disestablishment are sure to CPm(L- Lloyd Gwrge Is a man of bril- ! ',n1t ,"0vitie.s- "e ' also Influenced I b' ,oft" Ideals. He is truly religious In heart and life. All his political endeav- . ora are Insnirori hr a ne of in.ti, I twarl his IcIIow-men and obedience I "Ja God. Higher honors await him. ! ,.! the man of th boar' In the British empire." TO HOLD TIIK POLES j " na .AlllUblt rAllll Archbishop Messmer. o Milwaukee, on., h.ha.. A t ..-wnA . ... i ureen and Sperlo" tev7 issued a ,etter to tne catholics of their province . , nf th ,...., .t Ju- .A tud). of tlle Poles. Tnese Poles are j lnCe bSHSerS -V.iSyX'S.; Cincinnati. Chicago. St. Paul and Du buque. The Milwaukee nrelaie Inter. diet two Polish! Catholic periodicals. one published in Milwaukee ana one In jCMeSSft and condemn Yn atrog "term" i not only members of the American ; Federation of Polish Catholic bmen recently formed, but all Catnclici who j consent to have dealing wlU Owm B """ u i , .,... .. ,.... 1777777. ' " w.u '"i Til TUB liATIIOLIC FAITH Archbishop Messmer. of Milwaukee, and bishops of La Crosse, Marquette. Green Bay and Superior, comprising the Milwaukee province, have luuni i . i.... . .. r-.it . .r. - ,nce "nd of the country-concerning the attittH of yHa Tmi vu uj Provinces of New York, Phlladelpala: ,-i;ii NhVe. . 'oi ,""lpAw Uau? The .Ulaule. ela tl " tb"?"e; JnJ i'hW SilS.i -PS2?. J?- terdlct two Polish Catholic periodicals. ! men- recently formed, bat all Catholics I w" consent to nave dli-g with them. There are 300.000 Polish Catholics i .:;, ..,: , , .....v.,0 . I wUnln tne provinces named, and lay- l men among uicin are protesting on tnree point?, wnich they regard as vital. The three are: Religious services in a language' which they understand -bishops of their own nationality, and church finances in the hands of busi ness laymen and not in the hands of pnesis. mere are otner points of conv , Plaint, but these are the main PoHsh contentions. StarUng in Milwaukee t.a nki.. i, i " ,',WB".ee ! !T"" . ":""? "r " """. icaeration , hk secureo orancnes in ah (91UO.C9 wnerem mere are rough Catholics In any numbers. It now announces its Intention to appeal to Rome on the three points outlined. Archbishop Messmer and his pro vincial bl shoos strictly forbid anv Catholics joining the federation or readinsr the nrescrlbMi imrinjii. " threat of excommunication frm I the church. They nolnt nnt t .. t.i I that the Holy See tas, handled many fobiems of language 'in the past and ! in its own time will handle this one ' .., . ,.. " -TWO C.VRDINALS ON toe CATHOLIC" D.VNOEDJ ; Cardinal fMhhAe r -ri,t dlnal Farlev ? -vSalli2M2r- L' b ShoD Pendeis? .? 'pfe i" -.tuiiffMr.ha.P"?.J! for nrn ij ju. "ill inmiun ' :?-.?LrP . .Bd Indian missions stale In "" appeal to American Cath A11.M !. .si.i t.. . ' v--- ' 7h. Ti-J "- .V'Vl,""n?..Dla,n,nS mollif 'JIT ,atte" fl them with grave concern ine lar too prevailing heedlessness of religion.." observe th.u n..i.,.. t J their appeal, blighting at all times, has I in lecer-t ear grown so great that it is J I fnanlng into our terv itals enfeeb- ' ling Catholi- religious life. itVating our j family, weakening the faith of not yet I 1 "rA Asnnr hilt Ins.. . . 1 the vears sro by. and our vv v'th -..'. -aniiui "" MVlfH.se TdSIlT HJ if us onlv to procure pleasure and prn-note ambition enfeebles more a-ii j re ore or- whole r. ligious n-al- un I How lo-. ' ik thpdo !.-,;,.!. i,, ( mrlian CTholios think tins irruit- nig ir. --s win last. ALL Foil I will give you free a sample of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Peilets, that have brought health and happiness to thousands also a book on any chronic disease you need. The story of my free offer to you is quickly told. During my many years of practice I have used numerous combinations of curative medicines for liver ills. 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The "Discovery" is not so good for acute coughs arising from sudden colds, nor must it be expected to cure consumption in its advanced staees no medicine will do that but for all the obstinate, chronic coughs, which, if neglected, or badly treated, lead up to consump tion, it is the best medicine that can be taken.". Sold by all principal dealers in medicines. To find out more about the above mentioned diseases and all about the body in health and disease, get the Common Sense Medical Adviser the People'sSchoolmasterin Medicine revised and up-to-date book of 10O0 pages which treats of diseased cpnditions and the practical, successful treatment thereof. Cloth-bound sent post-paid on receipt of 31 cents in one-cent stamps to pay cost of mailing only. Address Dr. Pierce s Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. HPH1 BEHOP IBIIK GUEST OF (HUM Two Bishops in the City and Another, a Presbyterian, Is Coming Presbyterian Women to Build Chapel in Altnra Park Organ Grinders of First Chris- . tian Church to Meet FelixMartineztoLecture. Two bishops are the guests of Rl Paso this week. Rev. Cameron Mann, bishop of the Episcopal diocese of South rakota, occupied the pulpit at St. Clcmenfs Kpiscopal church Sun Uy and confirmed a claes of six thtre. He wilr remain In the city until Thursday, when he will go to Pecos. Texas, to confirm a class. A this is lent, which 1 observed by Kpi'scopallans. no special entertain ments have been planned for the blshp during his sta? in this city. Ttlnbop K. It. Ilendrix At Trinity Methodist church Rev. E. P.. Hendrlx. missionary bishop of the Southern Methodist church in Mexico. occupied the pulpit at the morning service. He was here to attend the Methodist conference for the Northern Mexican district, which closed Sunday afternoon and wa followed by the ordination of Rev. Francisco OlazabeL Gueot nt Men'x Dinner Monday night bishop Hendrlx will be the guest of honor at a dinner to be given by the men of Trinity Meth odist chnrch in the basement of the church at 7 oclock. He will probably leave Tuesday for Kansas Citj . Mo. JEWISH CELEIM1I OF TIE FESST OF FUH BEGINS HEXT SUNDAY The festival of Purim will be cele brated with a children's entertainment given by the women of Temple Mt. Sinai to the children or the Sabbath school en Sunday evening at 7:30 at the Fraternal Brotherhood hall. This Is a yearly treat given to the children and Is the best expression of thanks giving for deliverance from the ty rants' hands. The feast of Purim begins on March 3rd. The origin of the feast Is de scribed In the book of Esther and Its celebration is iu -memory of the de liverance from death of the whole Jewish population of the great Asiatic empire over which Ahasuerus was ruler. This deliverance was effected bv the intercession of Esther, a Jew ish woman, who had become the king's wife. The story of Purim is 1 ' I SS The Western Union "Day Letters" and "Sight Letters" bring the TELEGRAPH within reach of all. THE WESTERN UNfOH TELEGRAPH COMPANY Afondav, February 26, 1912 IVilN Am But for the permanent relief of blood disorders and impurities, I can recommend my "Golden Medical Blseovary " a blood medicine without alcohol. R. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y. 's Buried dcp in oar American forest we find bloodroot, queen's root, mandrake and Uooe root, golden seel, Oref on grape root and cherrybark. Of these Dr. R. V. Pierce made a pure glyceric extract waich has been favorably known for over forty years. He called it "GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY." This " Discovery " purifies the blood and tones up tie stomach and the entire system in Nature's own woy. It's just the tissue builder and tonic you require. Dr. Pierce savs: "Glycerine plays an important part in . . -, , . 'n i 1 A- GONHSACliSSOFSlX; Next week El Paso will have an op portunity to hear another Bishop. He is Rev. Arthur F.. paator of the First Presbyterian church down at Austin. Tex., and is coming to El Paso to hold a revrral service for the Presbyterians of the city. Thl meeting is scheduled to begin on March 8 and will continue for 10 days or two weeks- without interrup tion. T Chapel for Altara Park Plana haT been made by the women of the missionary committee of tne ' " i-reaoyienan cnurcn . eon- "l" C""T. T-ui2ipVK' Monday night there will be a con ference of all heads of departments of the church for the purpose of com pleting arrangements for the bishop meeting. First Christian Organ Grinders. The organ grinders of the First Christian church will meet Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Johnson. 910 North Florence street and Friday evening the teach ers and officers of the church will meet at the home of the pastor. Rev. P. J. Rice. 905 North Stanton street. that Mordecai. a Jem. had incurred the enmity of Ham an. the favorite vizier, I who planned to slaughter all the Jews In revenge. Mordecai enlisted the help of Esther, his cousin and ward, who at the risk of her own life inter ceded with the king for her people. The Jews were saved, and Hainan. their enemv. was hung' with his sons on the scaffold intended for Mordecai. The name "Purim" means "lots." as , Haman is said to have cast lots to set the day for the massacre. Purim , is a home festival in the main and is celebrated by masking and dancing, j games and plays. The earliest bis- i trionlc efforts of the Jews were di- . rected toward plays descriptive of the ! events described in the book of Esther. , tne dook upen is run in me syna gog .on the feast. I 1 M n I I i r I WOmH -.! ... - r j: .: The women's guild of St. Paul's Lutheran . church will meet at tha home of Mrs. Gr Malchow. 596 Cali fornia street Friday at 2:30 p. m. The Women's Missionary society of Calvary Baptist church will meet at 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon instead of the usual hour. 3 oclock. No Midweek Service The congregation of- the East El Paso Baptist church will 'Bold no mid week service Wednesday. but wi'l meet at the First Baptist chnrch, where the ordinance of baptism win be administered. The Aid society of the First Con gregational church will meet in the tea. room in the Brazos flats Thurs day afternoon at 3 oclock. when M1s Fannie Blakesiey will be the hostess Felix Martinez to Speak Thursday evening at 8 oclock FeMx Martinez will deliver a lecture hre on "Current Ethics." Owing to the inclement weath"' Sundav the new church which r- Congregationalists were to - .un opened at Canutiilo will not be of)ifu until next Sunday. Qneen Bather Circle to Meet The Queen Esther circle of the Fi"-t Methodiot church wi'l hold it. mont -ly meeting in the church parlor F'l day evening. The choir of this church is prepar ing an Easter cantata and rohcarsal for this will be held following t e regular choir rehearsal Thursday evening. For the purpose of arranging fo- . series of luncheons which will be given at nocui on March 5. 6 ad T. an.1 -n enchilada supper which will he gi " 1t the evening of the last day t -women of the church will meet Tups day afternoon at 2:4$ in the churci parlors. Westminster MlIea Society The Missionary society of Westmin ster Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. Geo Cole. 809 Nortn Virginia street. Tuesday afternoon at 2 10. At the same time and rla-e s called meeting of the aid society of this church will be held. The Sunday school of this church has entered a campaign to double Its membership by May 1 The Teachers' training Cass -' Highland Park Baptist church will meet Thursday evening. ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS independent Assay Offlo CSTABU3HED ISIS. D. W. BxcxKjjsr. T.V., PrcsrleteT. Agtnt far Ora SMpptrs Attsft ski Chtmieal Anaigtlt. Mint CrsjcAurf i eai Riportti Upon, duttlea Warm ? OfSce and Laboratoryt Cae. Saa Frtacfaca k Ck&atksl Ssfc IU. PASO. TEXAS. 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