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4 B "Week-End Edition, January 1915. CITY Cooperation Is Splendid; Churches Should Follow Example Life in City Made More Livable by Municipal Cooperation; Churches Need to Get Together and Work Together for God, Pastor Says. By REV. PERRY J. RICE, Pastor of the First Christian Church. Text i First SnmncI 117 "And they came oat one man." AVERT interesting narrative has come down to us from the be ginning of the Hebrew monarchy. The Ammonites encamped against jabesh-Gllead and demanded Its sur lender. The men of the place sought to make terms with Nabash, the Am monite, but he was unrelenting and proposed to accept them as slaves only on condition that they would submit tc have their right eyes put out They asked for seven days respite and it was granted thera. The situation was reported to young Saul, who had but recently been an nointed king and who was still at work fn the fields. Upon hearing it he was greitlv wrought up and took a yoke of oxen and cut them in pieces and sent ute pfeces by messengers throughout nil the holders of Israel, saying. Who soe'er tometh not forth after Saul and ,ner Samuel so shall It be done unto is oxen " The record says: "The dread of Jehovah fell on the people and they "me out as one man." The result was an utter rout of the Ammonites. It Is an Sample of what may be done when people act together. Hebrews Cooperated. There is another instance of the bene fits of cooperation coming down to us f-om the period of the return of the Hebrews from Babylonian captivity. The city of Jerusalem had been de stroyed her gates had been unhinged; her walls had been torn down and her beautiful buildings had been razed to the ground. The handful of people re turning from Ptivty dJflirt the build the city, but quickly met with the derision and opposition of their ene mies. OrganUlng themselves very thoroughly, however, and so arranging their force of workmen that each man could both build and. If necessary, fight, the work was gradually com pleted. It Is a fine example of what even a few can do. In the colonial days of American his tory, someone made a flag which rep resented a serpent separated Into 13 different parts representing the "colo nies, and under It the inscription "Unite or Die." They did unite and the results are known to all the world. . Modern cities furnish examples of the benefits of cooperation. I was inter ested, the other day. to read the mayor s message to the city council. My at tention was particularly attracted to the budget presenting the several items of expenditure. $143,000 is the amount to be set aside for education. That eeems like a considerable sum but it would take many times that amount if each family would undertake to educate lip children independently and then many would go without education. As It is, with each man contributing his mite, the very best facilities are pro WESTMINSTER rUEpHL Will Begin Last of January; "Boy Evangelist" atEast El Paso Church. The Westminster Presbyterian ses sion has decided that the churh will have a series of revival meetings, be ginning January H. Rev. John E. Ab bott the pastor, is to do the preaching The 'church is being thoroughly organ ized and plans are being made for the formation of a large chorus choir to assist In the music At the Westminster Presbyterian on Funday, Bey. John E. Abbott, the pas tor, will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. In the morning the sermon sub ject will be "Following His Steps. There will be a solo, selected, sung by Miss Rosa T. Neale. In the evening the pastor will conclude his series of sermons on "The Home," with a sermon on "Our Heavtnly Home." The special musical number will be a selection sung bv the choir, "Savior, Breathe an Evening Blessing," by Stebblns. The Sunday school will meet at 9. 46 a. m.: Intermediate Christian Endeavor at 3 p. m , and the Senior Endeavor at E 80 p. in Flnt Preabyterlnn. At the First Presbyterian church, Bouleard and Stanton Rev. Chas. L. Dverstreet. pastor, Sunday services are announced as follows Morning wor Khip with sermon at 10:46, sermon sub ject ' Sons of God Without Rebuke." The choir will sing "Christian, the Morn Breaks O'er Thee." by Shelly. F. G Billings will sing "The Publican," by Van D-Water. There will be the usual responses by choir and congregation. In the e.ening at 7:30 the subject of the pastors sermon will be "The Trystlng riace," Matt 6:6. The choir will sing ' An Hour of Hallowed Peace," by Neid linger, and Thos. A. Christian will sing The Radiant Morn Hath Passed .Wa." by W. G. Smith. The Chris imn VnflpAvnr societv meets at 6:30 in the evening and will have as their Meet Me at Hotel TULLER New sSm&K SOf'ZKKr R, ,Jh ifffW . vTtTisigiTf .li jiHgrallWWjlrl Ufa $mR$M HOTEL TULLER Center of business on Grand Circus Park. Take Woodward car, get off at Adams Avenue. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF 200 Rooms, Private Bath, $1.50 Single, 2.50 Up Double 200 Rooms, Private Bath, $2.00 Single, $3.00 Up Double 100 Rooms, Private Bath, $2.50 Single, $4.00 Up Double 100 Rooms, Private Bath, $3 to $5 Single, $4.50 Up Double Total, 600 Outside Rooms All Absolutely Quiet Two Floors Agents' Sanple Rooms. New Unique Cafes and Cabaret vided for all, the poorest as well as the richest. A total of $113,000 Is to be set aside for protection to life and property and thus, the board of unsocial, uncivilized criminals that prey upon our fear and our weakness are kept at bay, and de stroying flames are quenched. It would be Impossible for useach. Independent ly, to provide ourselves such protection. $113,090 is to be set aside for the con servation of health, that disease breed ing filth may be cleared away and pestilences checked. Cooperation Is Splendid. How splendid it is when one stops to think of It that the municipality should take such an interest in our health. But for this a city would be a place well nigh intolerable. Then there is $23,000 to be devoted to recreation. In the open fields of the country children and grownups have plenty of room to run and play and plenty of fresh air to breathe. It ls'not so in the city unless the hand of greed Is stayed and open spaces are provided where the play spirit may be indulged, the cramped human frame relaxed and the lungs filled with pure air from the moun tains or seas. It would be impossible Cradle Roll oj First Christian Church Has Names of 35 Babies On the cradle roll of the First Christian church axe 33 babies' names. Mrs. C. Fournier Is tho director of the cradle roll. An entertainment is being planned in the near future for the parents and babies of the cradle roll. The youngsters on the cradle roll are remembered with little cards at Christ mas and Easter and on their birthday anniversaries and on other occasions when the children of the Sunday school are interested, such as Rally day and Children's day. The names on the cradle roll of the First Christian church are: Emily Delle Birchfield, Hattie Ruth Murray, Richard James Jennings, Otbo Carr. jr.. Ethlyn Smith, Jessie English, Elizabeth Stephenson, Alice Gertrude King. Dorothy DeLondes, Joseph D. Schutz, Frederick Love, Ida Mae Had lock, Franklin B. Toung, Mary Emma Jriagruder. Charles Preston Picket, John Robert Ward, Genevieve Pumphrey, Wilma Rollo Bruce, Alma Jones, Luclle lone Smith, Dorothy Denton, "Nellie Ruth Hall, Ernest R. Shortridge. jr.. Lois Kerr. Martha Nicholson. Lillian Belle Richmond, Marion Hermonia Murray. Selma Merbeth. Margaret Irene Snider. Helen Mae Hall, Alice Earle O'Brien, Mary Lucile Sheers, Velma Dale, Ernestine Alice Malone, Elizabeth Camp. topic "Our Denominational Boards." The Sabbath school meets at 9:30 In the morning, W. V. Long, superintendent. r.ot El Fnio Presbyterian. At the East El Paso Presbyterian church, corner of Poplar and Texas streets. Rev. Kenneth Brown, pastor. Rev. Chas. Mundell, "The boy evan gelist," will preach three times on Sun day. The Sunday school will meet as usual at 9:46; morning services will begin at 10:30; this will be a Sunday school service. The subject of the ser mon will be "Toung Chickens Should Go to Roost Early." An afternoon meeting will be held at 3 oclock, sub ject, "The greatest price ever paid for . haircut." Night services at 7:30 subject, "A Message from Hell." Tho Saturday night sermon will be on "Tho New Birth." Alturn Presbyterlnn. At the Altura Presbyterian church, corner Idalla and Russell streets. Grand View, Rev. W. C. Baber, pastor, the services on Sunday will be: Preach ing by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.: Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., Leon ard West, superintendent; prayer meet ing Wednesday evening at 7:30 oclock. First Chiintian. At the First Christian church, corner North Oregon and Franklin streets two blocks north of the Sheldon, Rev Perry J. Rice, pastor, services will be held Sunday as follows: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; communion at 10:46, followed immediately by the preaching service. In the morning the pastor will deliver the first of a series of three sermons on the subject, "Primitive Christianity." The subject of the first one will he "The Christianity of Christ" The early evening or vesper ser vice at 5 oclock, which proved so pop ular last Lord's day evening, will be continued throughout the month. The subject of the sermon will be "Recre ation." The program of music will be as follows. Trelude and Fugue In F major. Bach. Eventide, Gaut. Festiral hymn, Bartlett Anthem, "Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace," Demarest The male quartet, "Gently Lord," Ga briel. Baritone solo, "The Lord's Prayer (T. Austin-Ball), Thomas A. Christian. The male quartet, "Now the Day Is Over," Barnby. Postlude, "Grand Choeur," MacMas ter The organ numbers will begin 10 For Value, Home ervice, Comfort Detroit, Mich. for every family to provide such facili ties for its own members independently, but acting In 'cooperation, all may con tribute a little and life be made joyous. The city, therefore, is a fine illustra tion of the benefits, of cooperation. It is only where independence and selfish ness begin to assert themselves thai life, even in the city, becomes burden some and unhappy. When each Is in terested in all and all in each, every facility may be provided for education, for protection, for health and for en joyment, and life may be mado rich and fulL When one remembers all of this how readily should he pay his taxes and thus contribute to the common weal. Cooperation In Needed. I believe in cooperation and I believe there Is room for it everywhere. There is need of cooperation in the commer cial and industrial world. I am not afraid of being called a socialist when I say that we have had enough of a cer tain kind of rank individualism that sets men in array against each other. There is an old lie that has been re peated everywhere as if it were an axiomatic truth. It says: "Competition is the life of trade." Some day we shall know that competition Is, at best, only a stimulant to trade and that like all stimulants it ultimately weakens and destroys. In no realm have the unhappy effects of individualism been more plainly in evidence than in the indus trial world. In the new and better day to come, the employer and the employe will see that cooperation is better than strife and the interests of one is the lnieresis ui eauu. If the nations of Europe had learned cooperation, the burden of vast stand ing armies and the horrors of the fra tricidal war now in progress would have been averted. Need IlellglouK. Cooperation. There Is need for cooperation also in religion. Even In christian countries independence has wrought its havoc, and as a result we have about 149 dif ferent seefs. The walls of our Zion remain uibullded while each one put ters away at his little section. We have been told often enough that we are divided over non essentials. I should like to go a step further and say, we are divided over the truths we have exaggerated until they have be come untruths. For the njost part at least our socalled convictions are our eccentricities. The whole thing Is un social, it is unbrotherly, it is unchrist ian. It is not only useless but it is positively sinful for the several de nominations to rush into small com munities and attempt to build up churches around their little eccentrici ties, usually to the detriment of the religious life of the community they assume to servto. We are all guilty of this sort of thing and we should repent in sack cloth and ashes. In this city and every city, there is room and a need that ths churches should get together in work and in worship and thus advance the Kingdom of God. minutes before 5 and the service will close about 6 oclock. The meeting of the Endeavor society will be held Im mediately following this service. Austin Park Christian. At the Austin Park Christian church, corner of Cebada and Montana streets, there will be services Sunday as fol lows: Bible school at 9:30 a. m. ; com munion at 10:45 and preaching by the pastor. Rev. J. H. Allen, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Robert Harvey, the newly elected president of the En deavor society, will lead the Endeavor service at 6:30 p. m., subject "Our De nominational Boards and Our Rela tions to Them." Highland l'nrk Methodist. At Highland Park Methodist church, Rev. Wallace R. Evans, pastor, all ser vices will be as usual on Sunday. The morning theme of the pastor will be, "How the wall "was, built;" the evening question, "Is Conscience a Safe Guide?" Prayer meeting on Thursday evening. Alta Vlstn Methodist. At the Alta Vista Methodist church, No. 3316 Hieco street. Rev. W. H. Dun can, pastor, announces services as fol lows: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.: preaching at 11 a. m., subject, "The Temptation of Christ;"1 Junior league at 3 p. m.; Epworth league at 6:30 p. m., Charles Desmlth, leader; preaching l at 7:30 p. m. Trlnltr Methodist. ! I At Trinity Methodist church, corner Boulevard and Mesa avenue. Rev. C. I Wesley Webdell, pastor, Sunday ser vices will be: Sunday school, 3:30 a. m.; Epworth league. 6 -30 p. m.; preach ing, 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; morn ing theme, "The Exalted Christ" There will bea 15 minute song. serTice in the evening, followed by an evange listic sermon by the pastor. There will be special music both morning and evening. At the morning hour J. L. Coggeshall will sing "Fear Not Ye, O Israel;" in the evening Mrs. W. D. Howe will sing "The Gentle Shepherd," by Adams, and there vill be a trio, "Thou Wilt Keep Me in Teace," by Mrs. W. D. Howe, Clint Ballard and J. L. Coggeshall. First Congregational. At the First Congregational church, corner of AVilliams and Rio Grande streets, Sunday services will be: 10 a. m., Sunday school; 10:15 a. m., pastor's bible class, "The Books of the Apocry pha;" 11 a. m., public worship;; Rev. Miles Hanson will preach on "The Church and Politics;" Music by the quartet, accompanied by Miss Dorothy Congdon. Church of St. Clement. At the Church of St Clement corner of CamDbell and Montana streets. Rev. Henry Easter, rector, Sunday services- win be: Holy communion at inv oclock; Sunday school and chlldren'3 service at 9:46 oclock; morning prayer and sermon at 11 oclock; evening: prayer and sermon at 7:30 oclock. At the morning service at 11 oclock the men's club of the church will conduct its annual service. In tho evening organ recital will be played for 15 minutes preceding the evening service by the organist Kenneth MacCallum. First Baptist. First Baptist church, corner Magof fin avenue and Virginia street. Rev. J. F. Williams, D. D., pastor. Take a Park or Boulevard-Myrtle car to Virginia and come a square north. Subject of the morning sermon will be, "The Dis appearing Ndte of Authority;" of the evening sermon, "The Pearl of Great est Price;" Sunday school at 9:30, Prof. G. P. Putnam, superintendent; B. Y. P. IT., Sundav evening at 6:30, subject, "The Blessedness of the Man Who Keeps the Right Kind of Company." The basis Is the first Psalm. Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock the Women's Bi ble class will meet in monthly session, Miss Hall, teacher; the lesson will be the first zu. chapters of Exodus. At tne prayer meeting Wednesday evening the subject will be "A Forward Look." East El 1'nno Baptist. The services at the East El Paso Baptist church on Sunday will be as follows: Sunday school, 9:30 a. m., T. P. Smith, superintendent; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor, Rev. Ed L. Millican; subject, 11 a. m. Christian Duty;" subject at 7:30 p. m., "How Can I be Saved?" The young people will hold their devotional ser vices at 6:30 p. m. Christian Science Christian Science church, corner of Montana and Stanton streets, first reader, S. T. Shirley, subject, "Sacra ment,' Sunday service 11 a. m ; Sun day school, 9:30 a. m, Wednesday even , ing testimonial meeting at S oclock. G.C.GARDTHERS ID RESIGN JOB Special Agent of State De partment Reported Ready to Quit His Place. George C. Carothers. special agent of the American stae department with Villa in Mexico, was reported Saturday to have offered his resignation to the state department at Washington. Pri vate business was said to have been his reason for reported resignation. He has been attached to Villa's army as a special representative of the state department since Villa took the field in Chihuahua. Prior to that time he was vice consul and a business man at Torreon. Mr. Carothers was asked Saturday whether he hid resigned. "No," he replied. "Are you contemplating resigning in the near future?" he was asked. "Well as to that I would not care to make any statement at this time," was his answer. News Brevities (Advertisement.) Train Bulletin. Rock Island train No. 4, from the wets, due to arrive at 2-30 p. m., is re ported one hour and 40 minutes late. All other afternoon and night trains are reported on time for Saturday. Notice. The undersigned have formed a part nership under the firm name of Leavell & Sherman and will conduct a general real estate. Insurance and rental busi ness with offices at 207 Mills street Your patronage is solicited. C H. Leavell. R. E. Sherman. nan Anyone Here Seen V. S. KerrT Miss Kate Kerr, residing at 582 How ard street Pittsburg, Pa., has written to chier of police I. N. Davis asking his assistance in locating her brother, Wm. S. Kerr, a railroad man, last heard from in El Paso. kpr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary. Dr. Ira w. uoilins, pnysician in cniei; Dr. M. Alkire. lady specialist: Dr. Carl Gibson, 201 W. Missouri street They cured others. They can cure you. Bicycle Missing; Man Arrested. Leonardo Rosalcs was arrested Fri day night at Seventh and Oregon streets, following a report at police headquarters that a Mexican had stolen a bicycle belonging to Theo. Werker ham who lives at the Georgette apart ments. Werkerham saw a Mexican riding off with his wheel The arrest was made by officer W. A. Simpson. NOTICE. IV OIITIKR. TO FACILITATE THE COLLECTION OF GARBAGE IT WILL BE ABSOLUTELY KEUUSSAKl fun RESIDENCES TO PLACE THEIR. ASHES AND G4.RDAGE IN SUITABLE RECEPTACLES IN THEIR BACK YARDS WHERE THEY CAN BE SEEN BY DBIVERS OF SANITARY WAGONS. GEO, HARPER, SANITARY" COJI. Copper Mine Ship Silver. Houghton, Mich., Jan. 9. The Calu met and Hecla Mining company Friday shipped J50.600 in silver bullion. A new process has enabled the company to recover the smalLquantity of native silver in the Calumet and Hecla prod uct, which hitherto has been lost Longwell's Lavender -Line auto bag gage trucks make the quickest delivery In Bl Paso. Phone 1, day or night Compromise Ends Will Contest. Fort Worth, Texas, Jan. 9. A com promise brought to an abrupt end the hearing -n the Winfield Scott will case here Friday. It was announced that by the terms of the compromise, Mrs. 'Georgia Scott Townsend, of Denver, who was suing to break her father's will, is to become the owner of certain hotel property here, valued at 1275,000, In addition to her life Interest In real estate in this city as provided In the will. Longwell's Anto Painter. Best paint and material and best painter in town. Reasonable prices. Call and see us. Longnclrs Transfer. Dr. Ebert, dentist 216-218 Mills Bldg. Longwell's Lavender Line auto bag gage trucks make the quickest delivery in El Paso. Phone 1, day or night Dr. Paget, dentist 502 Roberts-Banner Dr. Cnmeron, dentist, 202 Rob.-Ban. Bids rormer Idaho Official (Arretted. Boise. Idaho, Jan. 9. James H. Wal lace, former pure food commissioner of Idaho, was arrested at Salt Lake City Friday on two indictments returned against him here by a grand jury which is investigating state affairs. Ir regularities In office are alleged In the irtdlctments. Phone 1 day or night for Longwell's taxlcabs, rent cars, limousines or auto baggage trucks. Dr. Jnmteson, diseases of Kidney, Blad der, Skin Jid Rectum; 618 Mills Bidg. Dr. Anna ttenm, Buckler Bldg. over Elito 30 Injured nt Rcvlvnl. Philadelphia Pa., Jan. 9. Thirty per. sons were injured Friday night, one probably fatally, when a crowd esti mated at 25.000 were unable to secure admittance to the tabernacle where a revival is being conducted. The police arrangements were found Inadequate and the captain in charge sent In a riot call. The reserve squads from three nearby stations responded and succeed ed In restoring order. Phone 1 day or night for Longwell's taxlcabs, rent cars, limousines or auto baggage trucks. Dr. Deady, 31S Mills Bidg.. phone 2224. spec attention diseases women; surgery. Phone 027, Wilson Millican, the best cleaners. White work a specialty. nil!. Optician A Precision. 421 Mes. El Paso Distilled Water Co., h. 483. Drs. Jones Jones, Foot Specialists, Mills Bidg, 9 to 5 p. m. Other hours at house or office by appointment Ph. 78S. SUING FOR DIVORCE, MAN NAMES FATHER CORESPONDENT London, Eng., Jan. 9. Franklin D. Wood, a young hospital interne, named hiB father as corespondent in a suit for rtivnrrc hrnusrht to trial in the supreme court today. It was alleged that the young man's father aloped with his bride on the night of the wedding and took her to Chicago. Young Wood's mother testified in the suit that she had found her husband and her son's wife occupying apart ments together in Chicago. NEW MEXICO WANTS LOWER HATES ON FRUIT, VEGETABLES Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 9. Reductions in express rates on fruit, vegetables and cream were to be asked by the state corporation commission at a meeting with N. K. Lockwood, general traffic manager of the Wells-Fargo ' Express company, arranged for today. O Doubt and Delay Action, As Did Ham'et, Is Often a Mistake T Melancholy Dane Was Great in Thought and Reasoning, but Weak in Action; Shows Error of Permitting Thought to Go to Weed. By RABBI MARTIN ZIELONKA, of Temple Mt Sinai. WE have thus far treated doubt as the preliminary step to all advance and doubt In conflict with divine arrangements as Illustrated by the book of Job; now we turn to doubts in family affairs ana the delay In action resulting frum uch thoughts. Hamlet, a Dane, has lost his father through the intrigues of an uncle, and this uncle has married his mother. Naturally of a studious bent of mind he considers well the pros 'and cons of all questions presented to him. The ghost of his father appears and reveals the details of the murder and urges him to action. Here s revealed to him the fact of immorality and a most urg ent call to duty. Of the former we have only the declaration that "there are more 'things in heaven and earth, than are dreamed of in philosophy. The urgent call to duty would sway him to immediate action. "Haste mo to know't that I, with wlnga as swift As meditation or the thoughts of lOTe, May sweep to my revenge." Such speedy action would be a noble example of youth fulfilling a duty to the memory of his departed parent But doubt Interposes and causes reflection; reflection naturally leads to postpone ment and postponement to further re flection. "The time Is out of joint, O cursed spite. That ever I was born to set it right" Hamlet Apparently Mnd. Hamlet is apparently mad. He seems Irresponsible and this Irresponsibility is explained In various ways. The king and queen believe the Insanity has been brought on by his father's sudden death. He Was deeply attached to his father; he felt his loss Intensely! Polo nlus ascribes the madness to the un requited love of Hamlet for his daugh ter, Ophelia. Both explanations art used to excuse the peculiar actions of Hamlet. The poet, taking advantage of this condition, gives us the Inner thoughts of his great character as he Is swayed now to action, now to meditation, now to Immediate fulfillment of his pur pose and now to speculation as to the necessity of any action. "He displays a maximum of specula tion and a minimum of practical en ergy." Thus doubt, which has led men and nations out of darkness Into light, leads him deeper and deeper into gloom and despair. He knows what ought to be done but cannot do it; he knows what his dead father commanded but he does not appreciate the necessity for immediate action. His nature loves to consider all possible emergencies; to weigh all possible dangers and In so doing, he loses the power to act "O that this too solid flesh would melt, Thaw and resolve Itself Into dew! LYRIGPUYERS HAVESPUT UP Part WiU Go With Glass to Texas Street; Part Re main at the Crawford. The Lyric players, who have been appearing at the Crawford theater for the past six weeks, will divide after this week, part of them going with Jos. D. Glass to the El Paso theater and part of them remaining at the Crawford. Bert Gagnon, leading man; Miss Edith Pollock, leading woman, and sev eral of the company will remain at thf Crawford, continuing under the name of the Lyric players. Mrs. Min nie Louise Ferguson has arrived from Colorado Springs to take character roles in the company, and several other performers have been brought In. Mr. Glass has arranged to have his company appear at the Texas Grand theater at an early date in a series of royalty plays, and says he plans to rotate the leads by bringing in at various times leading actors and actresses who have won renown in spe cial plays The first of these he hopes will be Max Figman, who is now on the Pacific coast screening his master pieces for the movies. Of the original Lyric company the following members will go with Mr. Glass to the Texas street theater: Jack Bronson, Miss Audra Alden, W. E. La Rose, Miss Catherine Evans, Allan Wishert and Miss Ethel June. POST BAND TO. PLAY THE LUCIA SEXTET The famous "Sextet from Lucia" will be played by the 15th cavalry band Sunday afternoon at Its matinee con cert on the post parade ground. This 13 one of the selections on the pro gram which has been arranged for the concert, which starts at 3:15. The complete program follows: March, "Precious Promise," Taylor. Overture, "Morning Noon and Night In Vienna," Suppe. Selection. "Martha." Flotow. Waltz, "Loin du Ball," Gillet. Selection, "Sextet from Lucia," Doni zetti. Medley, "Hits No 13," Lampe. March, "Canton Lafayette," Clark. "Star Spangled Banner" ernes keep BAILS REGULAR ITo headache, sour stomach, ' had cold or constipation hy morning. Get a 10-cent box. Colds whether In the head or any part of the body aro quickly overcome by urging the liver to action and keep lntr the bowels free of poison. Take I Cascarets to-night and you will wake up with a. clear head and no doubt you will wonder what became of your cold. Cascarets work while you sleep; they cleanse and regulate the stomach, re move the soar, undigested food and foul gases: take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison from the bowels. Remember the quickest way to get rid of colds Is one or two Cascarets at night to cleanse the system. Get a 10 cent box at any drug store. Don't for get the children They relish this Candv Cathartic and it is often all that Is needed to drive a cold from their little si stems. Advertisement URE GOLDS Or that the Everlasting had not fixed His cannon against self slaughter. Thus he reasons though feeling all the time that hjs father Was a man, take him for all In all, I shall not look upon his like again. Illustrates Ills Nature. His peculiar nature is best illustrated In this Interview with the ghost When this beckons on, his comrades are afraid but he proceeds immediately and asks, as if he were a man of action, "Why, what should be the fear?" and when his friends try to hold him back he calls forth angrily: "Unhand me, gentlemen. By Heaven, I'll make a ghost of him that lets me." Yet when the scene Is over and he has time to reflect and philosophize doubt rushes upon him and he doubts the truth of the apparition he has seen, "The spirit that I have seen, may bo the devil." With such a thought crowd ing his mind, there is little wonder tliat he does not act; there Is little wonder that he doubts his right to act With this incident thoroughly under stood we can appreciate tho famous soliloquy, "To be, or not to be; that is the ques tion; Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. Or to take arms against a sea of troubles And by opposing end them?" Beset With Donbt. There is no longer a question of re venge for his father's death, but doubt as to his right to live. It is no longer doubt as to the duty of a son toward the murderer of his father, but wheth er or not the son should consider life worth living after these troubles have been heaped upon him. His predica ment is best expressed in his own words, "What should such fellows as I do crawling between earth and heav en?" What can he, who has spent his life in silent contemplation, do sinee he knows nothing of the active affairs of life? Thus he hesitates. Again he drops this argument when duty overwhelms him as he sees his uncle kneeling at prayer, "Now might I do it pat, now he is praying and ril do It" But the meditative mind again takes the upper hand. The time of prayer seems the least desirable time In whleh to slay roan "And am I then revenged. To take him In the purging of bis soul. TODAY'S AMUSEMENTS THE ALHAMBRA. The program at the Alhambra today will consist of a two-reel feature, "For Love of Princess Yolanoe," a very pretty medieval drama, and a roaring comedy, "The Progressive Book Agent" This program, combining drama and comedy, is sure to please all who see It Saturday, Jan. 16, the side splitting comedy in four parts, "Without Hope," will be shown. Make your arrange ments to see this feature as you will always regret it if you miss it Monday, the 17th episode of "Tho Perils of Pauline" and the ever popu lar Pathe's Weekly, will be shown. The Alhambra is open from 11 a. in to 11 p. m. Regular prices prevail. Advertisement ANOTHER VITIGRAPn SPECIAL.' Tomorrow the Bijou will show an .other, Vltlgraph Broadway star feature in three parts, entitled "The Locked Door." This is an exciting picture and in a class with "413" and "The Tangle." Of all dramas that have reached Broadway, "The Locked Door" Is the best, with a purpose. The fire scenes are very vivid and thrilling, and the lore story that runs through this drama is romantic and interest ing. Be sure and see this picture and see it at the matinee, before the rush fbr seats at the night shows. Adv. ''THE SrOILERS" STARTS MONDAY. William Farnum in "The Spoilers." by Rex Beach. In nine reels, starts a three days' engagement at the Bliou Monday. This story, put Into photoplay form by Selig's corps of producers and actors, is a revelation of the power of moving" pictures to tell a fierce, hot stcrV with supreme suspense attaching to every incident and to convey to the beholder in its entirety an unfor gctable Impression of the early days of Alaska's development by as fearless and hardy a company of men and wom en as ever made history for fiction writers of any age or clime In dra matization, the film story is far su perior to the book and there is no hesitancy In saying "The Spoilers" will hold you spellbound during the two hours It Is on the screen. As this pro duction is large and the seating ca pecity hardly ample to take care of such a long show, the Bijou earnestly requests of all who can to see this pic ture at the matinees. The admission will be 25 cents. 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