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22 Week-End Edition, March 23-26, 1916. fflKLISTIC URN BEGINS TUEiyiTFimiEirai Special Services, in Which Other Pastors Will Assist, Will Continue Through Friday Evening; Tabernacle Meeting Gains Strength; Rally Day and Mis sion Day Programs in Two Churches. When and Where EI Pasoans May Worship Sunday CHURCHES. AT the First Presbyterian church beginning Tuesday evening and continuing through Friday night, special services of an evangelistic . haracter will be held In the aBsembly room or the First Presbyterian church, rhe following men will assist the pas tor Iter. C I Overstreet, In the meet ings Tuesday evening. 7:19. Rev. C. Ia Overstreet who will speak on "Three I ssentlals of a Noble lAte." "Wednesday evening. H B. Durkee, on The ( diversion of Saul" Thursday evening. Iter. A. A. Davis on Character Building." Friday night. Rev, W C. Baber on Saving Faith" lira. "W. D. Howe. Mrs. Robt IIollI day. Mrs. A. IL Goldstein. Miss Anna AJCton. Mrs. Parvin Wltte, irr. and Mrs James Graham McNary. F. G Billings and others will assist In the musical part of these meetings. Th nsmtor will conduct classes on Sunday. Wednesday and Friday after noons at the church at 4 oclock. for religious Instruction, and to prepare young people for church membership. During the past week prayer meet ings In the homes of the people have lieen held. These meetings have been well attended and have contributed to the Interest that Is being taken In c 2"S a ? S n Sg- 2.3 a ? 3 CHDRCHE3. mm a c 3 O Q, 2. r- ma 2 2.3 mz 2.3 ? BAPTIST Calvary-Houston Minister I I 9 30)11 00 YOU'RE BILIOUS! CLE1 LI! ID nmiims mfuiRHT Don't stay headachy, sick, or have bad breath and sour stomach. Wake up feeling fine! Best laxative for men, women and children. JVYORK WHILE YOU SLEEpI i Enjoy life' itemovo the liter and bowel poison which is keeping your head dizzy, your tongue coated, breath offensive, and stomach sour. Don't stay bilious, sick, headachy, constipated and full of cold. Why don't you get a box of Ca s carets from the drug store and eat one or two tonight and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleans ing you ever experienced. You will wake up feeling fit and fine Cascarets never gripe or sicken like salts, pills and calomel They act ao gently that v ou hardly realize ou have taken a cathartic Mothers should give cross, sick, bilious or feverish children a whole Caecaret anr time they at thoroughly and are harmless. Adv COMFORT BABYS TCHING SKIN raiictJiiA SOAP BATHINGS i They ara bo cleansing and Boothing. If his slan is irritated or rashy, anoint gently with a little Cuticura Ointment. Sample Each Free by Mall "With 32-p. S!dn Boole on request. Ad dress post-cm! "Cntlcnra, Dpt. 16G, BmIoh." Sqjd throuchout the world. this special religious effort It is ex pected that a large number of new members will be received Into the church at the communion sen Ice Sun day morning, April 2. At the Sunday morning service at the First Presbyterian church Mr. Overstreet will preach on "Getting Acquainted With God." "Doth Not Wlwiom Cry." -ny Rogers, will be sung bv the double quartet. Mrs. ltobt Holliday will sing "In My Father's ' House Are Many Mansions," by JewelL' At the Sunday evening service there will be a sermon by the pastor from the text. "Ask What Ye Will and It Shall Be Oiv en You,"' and "What Are ' the Conditions." A solo by F. G. Bill ings and an anthem, "The Path of the Just," b the choir, will be the spe cial music. "H rfitmlnster Presbyterian. At the Westminster Fresbj terlan church Sunday morning Rev. John Howland, D. D., of Chihuahua, Men, will nreneh. A snecial muKlCA.1 nrncram has been arranged for the service. ' There will be no service at night Altura Presbyterian. At the Altura Presbyterian church, corner of Idalla and Kussell, Grand view, the pastor. Rev W. C Baber, will preach at 11 a. m on the subject, "A Worthy and an Unworthy Pride." Mrs Harry Day will sing. There will be services also at T30 p. m. Ziut EI Paso Presbyterian. At the Bast El Paso Presbyterian church Sunday there will ' bo special music at each service and the pastor. Rev. Asher A. Davis, will preach both morning and evening, services heine held at 11 a. m. and 7 '30 p. m Gospel Tabernacle Meeting. The meetings at the tabernacle, corner of Grama and Alameda streets, have been characterized with deep In terest A number have confessed Christ and given their names for church membership. Others hav been . deeply moved by the singing and the . vAi.ui.ifc. icuuvruea uy in iaiulIUl personal work. There will be no service tonight The services of the Kast El Paso Methodist church will be held in th tabernacle on Sunday as fo'lows: Sunday school, 10 a, m.: preaching service 11 a. m., sermon by tho evan gelist C B. Brooks, subject "The Re productive Power of Sin." Epworth league meets at 6 46 p. m., leader. Miss Mary Clifton Preaching Borvlce also will be held at 7 -45 p. nx, with a sermon by tho evangelist subject, "The Call of Matthew." Solos will be rendered at each service by Mr. Smith, singer, and Mrs. Brooks. Trinity Methodist At Trinity Methodist church Sundav, Rev W Fisk Packard, D. D, will occupy the pulpit at both morning and evening services. Special music at: morning service will be: Anthem. Tne King Of Love Mv Shenher, T" fSbellv), solo, "The Lord Is My Light" Speaks). Mrs. Bates Hughes Evans. Special music for the evening service will be Anthem, "Soldiers of Christ rlse' iPikei and a duet "Send Out Th LiBlit" (Sudds), Mrs. W. D. Howe and J U CoggeshalL The quartet Js composed of Mrs. W. D. Howe, soprano; Mrs. Bates Hughes Evans, contralto; J I Coggeshall. bass: C C. Ballard, tenor Mrs J. J Pearce Is organist Epworth league at 6.30 p m. l'lrst lIf-thoHt. At the First Methodist church Sun day there will be sermons by Rev Herman G. Porter, the pastor, both morning and evening. t the morn ing service lllss Clare Sneli will pre sent "Andante" by Mendelssohn, as a voluntary and an offertory. "Through Peace to Light" will be sung by Mn 5llo.ulst U the evening service Miss -ncll will plav as prelude. "Nocturne" i Chopin, and an offertory. E. E. Nold w ill sing a solo Highland Park. Methodist. At the Highland Park Methodist church the pastor. Rev a K. Camp bell, will preacn at fi oclock on "Waiting On God " In th nvnntnc TDv n. M. Smith will preach. Alta Vlstu Methodist. At the Alta Vista Methodist church Sunday. Rev. H. M. Smith will preach at 11 oclock and in the evening the pastor. Rev. C. K. Campbell, will preach on "Endurance for the Race of Life." Mission liny Program. A mission rlav nrnmm will h ren dered at 11 a. m. Sunday nt the East El Paso Baptist church by the Sun nay school pupils. There will bo readings, dialogs and special songs, given by the Sunday school classes. At the evening service the pastor. Rev. C IL Riddle, will preach on the sub ject "Salt Without Savor." In the morning the graded lesson books, something new for the school, will be given out B. Y. P. U. meets at 7 15 with Miss Warren as group captain A special mission lesson -will u 0finfin.r Ay the Mission Aid society Thursday afternoon at three. A missionary from tho foreign field will address the so ciety The subject for the Wednesday evening prayer meeting will be "Tho Forerunner of the Kingdom Builders.' To niiwnr Rally Day. Rally daj will be observed at the Grandvlew Baptist Sunday school at 3 p. m. Sunda R M. Denman. super intendent of the school, will be in charge of the program Mr and Mrs. Arthur Millican are to assist In the music Mr Millican will sing, the rally song, recently composed for the Grand view school, and used for the first time on this occasion A copy of the ong will be given to each famllv present Several selections will bo sung by the King's ambassadors Calvnry-IIonatoa Square Baptist. At Calvary-Houston Square Baptist church Sunday. Rev. O. J. Wade, the pastor, will preach at 11 a. m . on the subject ' Christ Is All." In the even ing he will preach on "There Go the Ships " The three unions will meet in their respective rooms at '45 p m. First Bnptlst. At the First Baptist church the sub ject of the morning sermon by Rev. Square ....Rev. O J. AVade SOI Montana street I I East El Paso nev. C. IL Riddle 3315 Alameda. I 3 4511 00 First Rev. J. F. Williams. O. U. SOI Magoffin Avenue ( 9 30111 00 Tt.phi.irKi Pnrlc ...Rev. L N. Langston , Dakota and Gold 9 45111 00 Grandvlew Mission, Rev. S. I Holloway Jp.m I I Mexican Rr. B. C PeTer 701 Stanton. CATHOLIC Immaculate Conception. Campbell and Myrtle. Guardian Angel 3035 Frutaa. Rer. E. Barry Rev. T. Roy Sacred Heart Rer. 612 S. Oregon. H. Isagulrre St Ignatius Rer. 1301 Third. C Tranchese 10 00 3 30 3 30 3 30 10 00111 30 7 30 I I S 301 9 4S 9 30 11 001 10 451 11 00 cncn.cn of the xazarek Rev. S D. Athans (Mexican) TIE South Oregon street CHRISTIAN Austin Park .- Rev. J. H. Allen 3301 Montana street First Rev. Terry J. Rice 500 North Oregon. cnnisTiAjr science cnuncn IFlrst Reader) a T. Shirley CONGREGATIONAL First Rer. Miles Hanson Williams and Rio Grande. 110 00111 30 EPISCOPAL I I St Clement's Rev. Henry Easter I I 7 301 I Campbell and Montana. I ) 4511 00 7 30j 7 15 8 301 9 30 10 30 6 oo; 7 00 9 30 7 15 8 30, 3 30 18 -0 7 15 8 30 9 30 10 30 7 45 7 30 7 30 7 30 7 30 Thu. 7 46 I I I LUTHERAN ri...i..ll..l r.t1,a-nn 11 ,.., Cl4& UUUttt tXU "-- -(. .- Kev. P. U. uirKmanu i i i 1109 San Antonio 3 4ii10 30 8 00' I 7 30: 7 30, 7 301 9 45111 001 1 I I 9 45(11 001 301 7 30 ? Tniln TJrrrTta1i T iilhsran "u """ ""? " . -ii : A. 6 Harris I 3 4511 00 7 30 Montana and Anire streets. 1 ' iiETHOniST EPISCOPAL ' I I Alta Vista Rev. C. K. Campbell I 3 45,11 00 7 30 3216 Hlieco. I I I I East El Paso Rev. IL P Bond 10 00111 00 8 00 3502 Hit era First Rer. Herman G. Porter Montana and Lee. . ., Tricitian T,T.b. t.t c TT. Campbell Federal and Dakota. . I 9 5ju 00 Tvir.if.j- w w. V. Packard 1 Orchard Park Rev. C. E. Taylor jlO 00)11 00 . Hadlock street I I ' . PRESBYTERIAN I I I Aittiro Titv vc- C Baber I I I Tflslla 3ti,l Ttnssail. I 9 45 11 00 7 East El Paso . . ..Rev. A. A. Davis t Alameda and Poplar. '10 00111 00 7 30i First Rev. Chas. L. Overstreet Boulevard and Stanton. I 9 3010 4o 7 301 Westminster Rev. John Howland I I riorence and Rio Grande. I 9 45(11 00 7 30! CHURCH Or CHRIST I I ' Daring Exploit of Two Germans Wins Iron Cross of First Class jor Both Berlin, Germany, March S5. A report of the German general staff announces that Lieut Rudolph Haiderlch, of the Forty-ninth reserve Infantry regiment, and Serg Kurt Manx have been de corated with the Iron Cross of the first class for an exploit of excep tional daring They have been fighting in the Champagne for nearly a year Re cently the commander of their regi ment called for two olunteers who i nuuiu wok genius ueiiinu uie rTencn ' ltnpq An nfl In nhtnln .nfnrma.lnn In regard to certain movements of the enemy. Lieut Heiderich. vho speaks French like a nati. e. offered his ser vices and selec ted as his companion Serg, Mans, who also has mastered the French language Disguised as French peasants, the WHITES NO SICK STOiyiflGH. .ami! K5im GAS "Pape's Diapepsin" is the quickest and surest Stomach relief. 30! If what ou just ate n souring on vour stomach oi lies iiku a lump or lead, refusing to tliest, or jou tielca as and erur tate sour, undigested food, or have a fc-e''n oi dizziness, hear burn, lullnebb, n uiea, bad taste in mouth and stoma h headache. ou cal xjlSKUiseii aB r relief! peasants, the f '- sc icn.i in iiy- riiinuLtt officer and sergeant sneaked through J Vsk 0,r phamac it to show von th small foreit in a dark night ami crept through wire entanglement" They had penetrated the lines of the , enemy, but they were held up by a riniwi iiaiiui mu acufc lo ine nearest trench. where they were rigidlj searched and questioned for more than an hour After a long consultation by three French officers, they were re leased and ordered to leave the neigh borhood of the front as qulckl) as pos sible. The two spies walked In a southerly ciirecnon auout eigm miles and then formula. plainM printed on tM se fifn cent caes of 1 ape s Diapcp'n, t'nn ou will understand wh dspeptic troubles of all kinds must go, and wh it reiices sour, out-of-order storrat n or indigistion in fie minutes Tapes Diapepsin' is harmless, tastes like can dy, though each dose will digest anj, prepare for assimilation into the biuoa all the food you eat besides, it makes ion go to the table with a healthy ap petite but what will please you most, is that you will feel that your stom ach and intestines are clean and fresb, 7 3D I 7 301 Church of Christ . . . Rev J. W Dunn Cor. Montana and Rayner streets. SEVENTH DVK AUVENTIST Adventist, Church ..Rov. M. R. Proctor Corner Houston and Westminster. IALVATION ARMY Salvation Army Hall .. Adj. and Mrs. Guy Case 214 South Oregon. EHURCn OF JESUS CHIUST (of Latter Day Saints) San Francisco St (Odd Fellows' hall) I I' I 10 0011 00 7 30 I 11 00 10 00 2 30 10 301 11 00 30, 00 00 tried to ger Dack to tne Oerman lines I and vou will not nee:d to resort to lax- bv making a w ide detour On their atives or liver pills for biliousness or march the paid close attention to the I constipation French positions, the munitions depots ! This it. will have many "Pape s and the strength of the moving troops, j Diapep-in franks, as some people will They w ere not stopped once call them, but 5 ou will be enthusiastic When about a hundred ards from about this splendid stomach prepara the German front a French sentry ! tion. too. if vou evr ti it m, inri,- oommandeil them to halt but they started to run A hall of bullets was sent after them irom a trenrn and one of the missels shattered the left arm of Lieut Heid erich. Sergt Manx, who remained un hurt, dragged toe wounded officer along nd both of them reached the German position ANCHO VILLA and Satan Bandits; Arm! Prepare to Drive Them Out! Both Attack Border While It Sleeps ani Must Be Driven Out and Hunted Down Like the Bandits They Are. By Rev. W. C. BABER of the Altura Presbyterian Church. Tejtti Jaa. 4i 7. -"HesUt the deril marshaled into his territory, sup snd he vrill flee from you j ported by artillery of all dimensions, IN makes his raid upon God's country and, finding the border e' guard asleep, or insufficient rides bodly in to slaughter men, women and children, regardless of age or sex. When this ruthless invader gets in, it costs sacrifices, maybe blood and tears to drive him out again. Must Keep Him Out. After he la driven out it is intoler able for a high minded and Christian people to Sit SUDinelv down to nrrmlf his entry again with slaughter of the flanked ov cavalry, to do scout duty and to protect the lines of communca tion, with airplanes to sail overhead to find the elusive scoundrel, since Satan never fights without the odds on his side unless brought to ba The field telegraph service must keep in touch with all the units in the field and with the home base, by 'phone, telegraph or wireless In case of need or distress on the part of any unit relief must bo had with ade quate reinforcements from the home land. He should be pursued, pressed, punhed, punished, powdered, pulver ized' The honor of our cause and nation Is at stake. Let no sinner e innocents. A brave people must pur- Mjap' " e to be taken, their works ma nn ,. .l .. . ... ' A est roved hut th renentnnt Mi-nl ... u imm uuvtn cne 01a n.inair. put him off the face of the earth years ago had We organized and had the ncrrr to follow and attack him In his several secret hiding places. Oh. supine manhood, wake to the blast of the trumpet' The old enemy of vour soul and of your hearthstone is to be hunted to the death. Let the militant note stir also the heart of womankind. Tour enemy, the one who Germany Builds Defence Trenches Which It Does Not Expect To Be Used Berlin, Germany, March 23 "The construction and organization of our works of defence behind the present "front" says the "Vossiche Zeitung," 'has cost an enormous amount of work In spite of the fact that we all hope that these trenches and shelters may I never be used. As our great Bismarck: said, however, nobody knows the ways or providence "Our new trenches are quite different from those we made during the first months of the war Instead of con structing one long single trench with communication trenches to those be hind, our soldiers now build a series of shorter trenches with intervals. A short distance behind these is a second line of sectional trenches and this is again followed by a third. All these gesuon. gases, neartburn sourness. dyspepsia, or any stomach miserv Get some now. this mi.iute, and rtd yourself of stomach misery and Indi gestion In five minutes Adv sons to this splendid task of putting an end forever to Satan and his rule. Common Enemy. It is a common cause and against destroyed but the repentant saved. I the common enemv of mankind. Who Our Great commander, the captain of ' is so cowardlv, who is so recreant to has enslaved and degraded jou Is to be chased and captured and deprived I trenches in cnnncte.i hi- nhimn. of his power 1 ean passages and behind each is a large Cease jour frivolous activities and 1 nhellproof shelter into which evervbody come, though white of face and with fiees at the slightest proof of danger trembling heart, to consecrate your -As a result, ev en a very heavy bom- Satan, to drive him from the face of the earth. No small scouting party, no matter how intrepid. Is sufficient It takes an armv well organized and equipped and of sufficient force to . m. itiiii uuwn in nin mtf amf ,ii. ' . -- --,- .. , fastnesses of his native mountain. righteousness'' Satan is a miserable ' tl . (rime hangs his head and soys M iv-. - "u"ums' coward. He delights to attack in the "It . .1 necessary evil and it cannot be &!M ?.L. ??p? rT dark and under cover. He always runs done This Is a day when there is oiia masses of infantry must be ' when pursued in force. We could have need for men our salvation, has given us marching orders "Go ye Into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature" sntan a Coward. Shall brasen effrontery triumph over his dutv. as to say wa cannot? The saloon, the brothel, the dive, the sin of high places and seeming re spectability can all be destroyed onlv the coward, or tne partner ttr bardment is now accompanied by mere ly insignificant losses, for our men are never exposed until the moment when the hostile infantry actually starts to attack." .;. . . ' SCRIPTURE Saving Money Is a Good Habit The mere fact that a person can lay aside a portion of his earnings shows that this particular person is strong enough to exercise self control, and indicates industry, intelligence, and self mastery. AH of these go to make strong character and show a thought for the future. Prove that you are such a man and start a savings account now. We pay 4 per cenl compound interest on savings deposits. $1.00 opens an account. American Trust and Savings Bank "EtuRrnoDVs nMiv J. F. Williams, D D, will be: "The Mode' Wife." The subject of the evening sermon will be- 'David and the King's Decree." The special morn ing music will bo an anthem "Praise Ye the Lord" (Minshall), bv the choir, and a solo. "Not a Sparrow Falleth" (Abt), by Mrs. Andrews. The even ing music will be: Quartet "My Fa ther, for Another NIsht" CUalton). Messrs Andrews, Scott, Hunt and Cheek, and a solo, "Are Tou Coming Homo Tonight?" Mr. Andrews. Neigh borhood meetings of the Aid and Mis sionary society will be Tuesday afternoon, Northwest section meets with Mrs. S. J. Franklin. North Kan sas street; Northeast section with Mrs. T. C Lea, 1400 Kast Nevada: South section with Mrs. Howard Thompson. 113 North St Wain street Highland I'nrk Ilnptint. At the Highland Park Baptist church the pastor Rov. I. N Longton will preach at 11 a. m. and 7. 3i p m The morning theme will be, "As a Man Thlnketh in His Heart So Is He and in the even:ng It will be, "Past Feeling" The unions will meet at th regular hours. 3 p. m. and t 15 p m I respectively. The Aid society meets Tuesday afternoon at 1 30 The topic for Wednesday night's praver meeting will he, "The Cure of Care, ' the scrip- , ture being Math 6 5-31 Choir prac tice is held Thursdaj night , First Christian. At the First Christian church Un unified service in the morning will begin at 9.45 with a stud) period con tinuing one hour. This will be fol lowed immediately by the communion I service and the s rmon The Chris-; sin et. anil on ttan f.ndeavor will meet at 6 30 and in the evening, beginning at 7 30 with a cull to worship on the organ a com munity service will bo held After the kermon those present will be invited to the social rooms of the church for a brief period of social Intercourse The joung- people of the church will serve refreshments during this perloa, tne purpose or which is to give every body an opportunity to get acuualnted I Perhry,h'nrceKwhn,"nren ZTirSZ ! ' ,--ce Sunday morn.niP will be ing and evening Questions found In V",., . ""tt". a",'1 ,WJ" '" . ... .s (sjs-v.I s.l HIV av sv b Re Paul G Birkinann will be. "ChriKt Before Ciiphas ' In the Eng lish evening service the sermon thema NEW ALTA VISTA MISSION TOBEOPENEDON SUNDAY Mark SAt-SI. And a certain woman, which had an Issue of blood IS ears. And suffered many things of manv physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was nothing bettered, but rather grew worse. When she had heard of Jesus, came In the press behind, and touched his garment For she said. If I may touch but his clothes, f shall be whole. And straightway the fountain of her blood was dried up; and she felt in her body that she was healed of that plague. And Jesus, Immediately knowing in himself that virtue had gone out of mm, turned mm about in the press, and said. Who touched my clothes' And his disciples said unto him. Thou seest the multitude thronging thee, and sayest thou. Who touched me" And he looked round about to see her that had done this thing But the woman, fearing and trem bling, knowing what was done in her. came and fell down before him, and told him all the truth. And he said unto her. Daughter, thv laitn nam made tnee wnoier go in i lMP and h vrVinTA nf Ihv ftlgnj. ' Necessity A Great Teacher Adversity "kicks" home to hun dreds of Young Men the fact that Cood Times will end Sometime. Pay day ma's cease suddenly, and then a nervous scanning of "Want-Ads." Tramp, tramp after a new job, with Hunger, Sickness and Debts hounding your heels. and the grinding, sickening thought of dollars thrown away hundreds of them! Dollars that would But you've paid the price. Brace up! Back on the pay roll again and sou II save! Popular Savings Plan Savings Certificates in amounts of $50 and $100 are issued by this Bank and sold on the weekly installment plan. The BANK MAKES THE FIRST PAYMENT FOR YOU. Investigate this plan. Rao Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co BLfBOO PHiSHM .!s3WMSi3sr. .r for rtoiS'm'Sffi'J K?Jd.'I TSV rewfin thi. rllKw5o. lr J.aftmter. SthCoor. a E. VsaBnienSt.ChSOT r 'J'jHr iitw lt,i A it.i Bapti-rt mirsmn buildnnr, shown here has been com- nlctetl by the Baptist city mission board, and will lie opened for service Minday afternoon at i oclock. All the JJaptist churches in the city will join in the openintj exerci'ies 1 h building 14 located on three lots at the corner of Stevens and Hueco the Government Hill car line, one block east from the Fort ISIiKH uiii tion. 1 i' biiildnitr and grounds represent an investment of 3000. A Sundav school n t b organized at the Sunday afternoon meetinjj, and in the future Sunday school will he held from y:A) to iu:v$u every Mmday mornincr, and a preaching servue each alternate Sunday nujlit by city missionary S. L. TTolloway. Inn 1 the second mission building erected by El Pa?o Baptists in thig city, the other iieing located in tiraiiuview, wnere a -uiiiiay school has been successfully con diuted for the past si v. or seven years. the question ho:, will be answered in connection with the evening service. Austin I'nrk Chrlnllnn. V "The Laboring Man and tho Church " will be the subject for an open dis cussion at the Austin Park Christian church Sunday evening beginning at 7 JO oclock. Short addresses upon different phases of the subject will first be given as follows The Dig nity of Labor," Jlrs. J. p Odeil. "The ! Laboring Man's Need of the Church,' S. S. Cash, "False Conceptions of thn Church," J Hlse Myers1 and "The Church and the Lodge," Arthur Na tions; after which the meeting will be declared open for any who deelre to speak on the subject "Winning Souls for Christ' will be the theme or the morning sermon, by the pastor. Ttev .1. H. Allen Communion will be at I IV. fb a. m Church of Christ. ' At the Church of Christ, the pastor, ! Rev. J. W. Dunn, will occupy the pul- 1 pit at both services Sundav. The j theme for the morning discourse will be, "Tho Purchased Possession " The evening services will be evangelistic 1 in nature. Bible classes meet at 10 1 a. m. j First Cougrecnlliinnl. ' At the First Congregational rhurcl Sunday morning, llev Miles Hanson will give nt the Bible class meeting at 10:16 tho first five lectures on "Th Five Great Critical Dramas of the world. The subjects will be. -in order. will be Words. ' "Deception Through. Vain mm i.bte .r fitmsf The arrival of a babv in tho hnubn'rl completely changes the entire aspect of me future. But in tho meantime, during- tho nnilons period of ex pectancy, there Is a splendid remedy known as "Mother's Friend" that does wonders. It Is for external use, rc liercs the pains of musclo expansion, Boothes and quiets tho ncrres, extends its In fluence to the Internal organs and removes to a great extent thetcn dencv tn w-nmr nnt . prehension. It Is a natural treatment safa for tho mother, has no drug effect whatso ever and for this reason must exert Prometheus Bound, Job. Goethe's Faust, i beneficial Influence- upon those functions dl- St. Paul's KnglUh Lutheran. At St Faul's Kngllsh Lutheran church Sunday morning Itev. Arthur C Harris, the pastor, will have for the subject of his sermon: "Can a Man Be Neutral'" At the night service mo suujoci or ine sermon win De: "Thoughtfulness." Church of St. Clement. The usual services will be held at the church of St. Clemont Sunday. There will be holy communion service at 1 su oclock. morning prayer ana sermon at It oclock. Sunday school at 3 .i oeiocK, ana evening prayer at 7 30 oclock. Scotland's "Churchless Population Is 1,788,000 Glasgow, Scotland. March IG. .n unofficial church census of Scotland shows the total adult membership of the Protestnnt churches as 1,$9S,000. to which are added "children and ad herents" bringing tho total to 1.427.000 The P.oman Catholic church has 646.001 followers, making the total church pop ulation 2,973.000. This deducted from the total population gives a "ehurch lss' population of 1,788,000 Our Delivery System works from 7 a. m until 10 p. m. daily, regardless of ihe weather. Tel. 7.11. Warner Drug "o Adv. Hamlet, Wonder Working Magician At the 11 a m. preaching service Mr Hanson will have for th subject of his sermon: "Beliefs Which le lin'd and Which Hold t's Hnv 1 oven Bteln and Mi P. Hi Tosoitem wil -.llli' .1 n 1 n A ,.!i 1 1 ..ll , . . ... --- - t " - " -iii ii mm 111 . t 1. r 1 t tin ill I - , , n mil 1 servl 0 Kimissi 1 . f 1, mh is Ernngrllatif Lutheran lmrrli. At th L annelid 1 1 1 a ilim reetlV connected With mntherhnn.1 Tn 1 very Interesting book the subject Is freely ! Je,mS't economical way to buy discussed and a copy will he mailed free ta I Iff ' r,J?acon, ?, wh0.!e pin. all cxpodant mothers by Bradfleld Regul-tor "floSslV niffsnVeMBleBt,C I. 40a Lamar Bdg.. AtlsntJr. Ga. Get a I 1,"ou,,y Different "Adv joiuc or "Moiiicrs rTicnii" today of any 1 Irurslst Use as directed and you will then know why mothers for nearly lialf a century have used and recommended this splendid aid to motnernooa. Itielr letters are messages 1 Mr-ilcnn I A cheer, that breathe comfort In eTcry vroro, - di' 11tomohllr f.ocrtlex. Dust Glasses 'olond glnss s r. all kinds The W irner Jiruc r Tel 7 11 dv ents a specialty rn. '' jl IlinesT I h A?37. fie XSsSV e?a vii f-y SSI & UBil ESPlRi JlH EAST EKHg O.IC it. 111. SM&3? BSfzi lllljlll 1 xcray suited FOR SAFETY, SPEED A$D COMFORT TAKE THE if EST 3.0:15 p.m. ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS OIL BURNING LOCOMOTIVES PULLMAN and TOURIST CARS DINING and OBSERVATION CARS City Ticket Office: No. 206 No. Oregon. Our Line Is Protected by U. S. Border Patrol. ET PUL1 Molasses and Steam Dried FOR DAIRY STOCK JL AsSsilJL' M-JtSLvkmri iilvo Dealers in Hay, Grain, Field Seed-Builders Supplies y1 y Phones 35 and 36. Texas and Dallas Sis.