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16 Wcek-Eiid Edition, November 27-28, 1920.
EL PASO HERALD I A NATION'S GOD' IS CHURCH'S SUBJECT THANKSGIVING DAT -will be ob served in the services at 7J o'clock Sunday night t the First Metuodtst Episcopal church. Rev. rfeury Van Valkeaburg Is pastor. Fol io wing the singing of "America" and the Invocation, a scripture lesson on ' Nation's God" will be read and Miss Olenora Pisk will rive a read ing. "Our Pilgrim Fathers." Johnson's anthem. "I'm a Pilgrim. will be suns bv Mrs. Clarence 6ively and the choir will sirg an anthem. The pastor will make an address. "The Pilgrims Made Pemocr&CT." The morning services at ' 1 o'clock will include the reception of new members, and at S:J0 o'clock Sunday evenirg Mrs. S. J. Brlent trill . Oliver the second of a series of ad-, ''resses being given to the Kpworth eafrue in tne interests ox tneir mem bership drrte. Orchard Park Methodist. The morning and evening services ctindaj, November 28. will be con ducted by the pastor, the Rev. Rufus C. Baker. Mr. Baker has been away for three weeks, conducting special meetings in his old college town. winlletd, Kansas Sea mid to Sneak. A. J. w. Schmld, United States com missioner, will deliver an address at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at the Highland Park Methodist church on Federal street. Rev. w. & Huggett. pastor, will deliver the evening ser mon. Regular Sunday school services will be held at 9:30 o'clock Sunday morning and the Epworth leagne will meet at 7:10 o'clock in the evening. Sunday Sehool Rally. A Sunday school rally will be held Sunday morning at the East El Paso Methodist church. The Rev. E. U Johnson, educational secretary of the r. re c A, will preach the evening sermon at 7:M o'clock. First Baptist. "The Power of Panteeost or the Other Comforter" Is the subject upon which S. J. T. Williams win preach at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at the First Baptist church. The choir will sing special numbers and Miss Zula Sibley will sing a solo. Mr. Williams also will deliver the evening seratoa at 7:45 o'clock on The Price, the Pay ment and the Receipt," Special music by a nixed quartet win be a feature Highland Park Baptist. A continuation of last Sunday's dis cosslon on "Bible Authority SBr "Pit. rag" will he the -theme of "the address to be delivered at 11 o'clock Sunday morning by the Rev. J. T. Leaser at tne Highland pant Basrist church. He Will sneak of the fitrreetjnnfi tn titHlnr- und the bensftts of tithing. At 7: JO, w cikk oniwwy evening, we jiuiui will sneak on The Trial of Xeaa" Sunday school win be held at :5 o'clock a. m.. senior B. Y. P. TJ. at C:0 o'clock. Junior B. T. P. O. at I JO o'clock. A teacSers council will be held at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday even- Mng. followed by prayer meeting at :45 o clock. Speaks on Reaurreetfoa. J. B. Graever. nastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, win preach oa 'Resurrection and the Final Judg ment" at the Sunday morning services at 11 o'clock. Sunday school will be held at It e'etock. and at 7:30 o'clock another of the series of lectures on the New Testament miracles -will be given, the subject being "Stilling the Tempest," Theosophleal society Sleets. Hum Maude Ebert will read a paper op "What Theos-ophy Does for Us 1st tne meeting or tne xneosoanicai so ciety at s o'clock Sunday evening at lzos Mills ou lifting, niss urace v. Logan will speak oa "Superphysical evolution.- QHRIST Fulfilled His Prophecy; He Came As Humble Peacemaker His Triumphant Entry Into Jerusalem Was so New and Strange That the World Woadered; Time Will Come When People of Whole Universe Will Cease to Follow Earthly Kings and Prince of Power and Darkness; He Was the Greatest Conqueror of All Ages; Was Victor Over Death, Hell and Grave. By REV. JOSEPH B. GREEVER, St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Text. Matthew 21 and 5: "Tell ve thi daughter of Zlon behold the King eomem unto -rnee, meek and sitting upon tne coit oi an ass. Tl jTATTHEW quotes this from Zach 111 arlah. We have here the Strang- Announcing "Oysters" In ackiitron to the regular specials on the menu of Potters noon-day lunch, we are now serving oysters in every appetizing style. .We receive our oyster shipments daily, direct from the coast, and assure our patrons that Potter's oysters will be just as fresh as the beautiful Val Verde flow ers, and our delicious 1 Paso made chocolates and candies. Drop in for the noon-day lunch. The price is attractive but the food's the thing. Altora Prubxt el-tan. The Rev. Henry C. Schneider, Cawfies. Too r-wsiee H Pate, Te Fast Motor DeSveiy Martin Bid;. tor, win preach on "Love Recipro cated- at tne II o'clock set tew sun day morning at the Altura JAresby terian church. His theme for the even ing sermon will be "Mary, the Xsther or vur at aster. jtegxuar rareaay school classes will be held at :M o'clock a. m. and the Christian En deavor will meet at 6:15 o'clock Sun day evening. Westzaluster Presbyterian. 7 At the Westminster Presbyterian Rev. Watson V. irlev. the nastor'. -will preach at the 11 o'clock service and Is theeveofas at 7:40. The mem'a muse crass is starting a campaign tor lev mambars Tmr the close of Decem ber. The Chrtstten Endeavor societies meet at tM is. the church. Bethany Sunday School. The Sunday school services at the Bethany Preshyterliin church, lev Piedrw street, -will be led by the Rev. Henry C Schneider at 9:45 o'clock Sunday moratmr. There wUJ be a preaching servVs at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at the church. "The Biggest PooL" Or. Floyd rwe. pastor of the Vtrst Presft-rtsnaM chnrek. will Tsreach on The Blggeet -pooI in the World at the evening service at 7: JO o'clock. The Chrietian Endeavor services at fi:f9 o'esoelc Sunday evenins will be featured by jaoties pictures showing conditions in the far east. Mrs. J. J. Kaater will slag the morning offer tory and Xra. R. M. Long and Mrs. Charles J. Andrews will sing the of fertory in the evening. rrrst rjongreiraiionai. The Tyraxutr of the Many" is the subject of the eerraon which the Rev. W. H. BUriag will deUver at the van-rains serrtrees at 11 o'clock Sna- oary. ac tree xrsi jongremraoaai church. Hemesea's "Spirit of God win bo sung by the Quartet. Sunday school will be heM at 1 o'clock Sun day xaoraasg. uonnuion service. Holy esassa-sTalon serviees will be heM at 7-s eteck bandar morainK at St. Ctseaears Episcopal church, fol iar eamrefe school at lai sad hy holy communion and the sermon at 11 o'clock. A o'clock vesper service wS.1 be held Sunday evesxaa- at the dunrah. inrst fjanstnui. The nroaram far Sunday at the Vint Chrietxta church includes Bible school at fc4 oSoelc is th s-tarning muuauluo serviees aaa tha ser at 1S:K nfalnns- Mn. B. On. ley wrR slag The Lard. Is My Sbep hero.- At &M o"oiok the CBTtstisj SWT VttU nseet and disessM the topic. TiiatMilin. Starlas Trem the IIIISSIMIl VflBS.- At T B. (Mar sehool will siesaut the pageant, -njgnens. New and OH." and the foUowine ptogmn: otbk y scnooi. America : tavoca en. Est. Mils Atkinson: recitation. tne nirsrTana. OBiary aenartmeat: sons by the scbeoL "Faith of Our Fathers; raadlo, ."Landing of the PUgrirsa, Ctarlee Douglas; reading, "Birts "Work." Darltee Anderson: by school. "O Ood, Beneath Ttry he Hand": sonrr bv riioir. "Where Cross the .Crowded Wave af Lifer; pageant. -Landing of the ln- nugraucs. aeconuary oirwon ; prayer for immigrants. G. C Goed: redtarJoe and song, primary department; talk, "Our Home Mission Task," by super set royal triumph in all history. Was Christ truly a king? Well He certainly fulfilled this prophecy. He cone riding upon the colt of an ass. "One on which never man sat." I look: down the way that leads up to Jeru salem and 1 see a wonderful nroeea- sion. The man who seems to be the center of attraction is riding upon an asa. Forsooth an humble Mexican burro. He is not mounted upon a prancing war horse, not upon a fiery steed whose sides are red with the blood of battle, not upon a charger from whose nostrils Issue tire and smoke, ohamping the bit and Impa tient for the charge! No military guard surrou'sds Him.' I hear no mar tial music, I see no wagon trains laden with the spoils of the conquered nations. I see no kinn or anMu 4uggusg ac weir cianrcing -- ox slavery, xus kdsst seems to he a meea ana lowly man! No mBKary armor protects His body, no shtnlrg helmet protects His royal head! Not even a sworn is at Mis side! And yet the multitude throng His way and hail Him King of the Jews. They strerw His way with palm b ranch es and throw their garments under His feet! The multitude hail Him as their Kincr ana cry out nosannan ts navfere Royal Son! Tea. to the KInsr of A And the World Wasdervd. What! Has Rome given up Jadea? Has Pilate fled his throne? Can Jesus oe tang whilst 111 t rules? Can He overturn the Rosaa power? NO! No!! No!!! That was what tha Jew hoped for. In that was their disappoint ment. They wanted a temporal kiag. Could they not see that this meek man could not ooaouer tha Caeeaira? Thar were totally incapable of under standing the words of Jesus, as He beheld that city, and exclaimed. -Oh. Jerusalem! Jerusalem! How oft wonldl i uts gauierea wee as a nea gatner eth her brood under her wings and ye wou'd not!" Why could they not see that those tears which He shed over Jerusalem were not the signs of a warrior! And vet this Is truly a kins: that leads this fickle crowd into Jeru salem, sut a King wnose nngoom is not of this world. Never before did such a eenquarsr enter a natiorrfe cap ital. His triumphal entry into Jeru salem was so new, so steiings. all the world woadered! Though His king dom was not of this world. It was to be established in this world. And It win yet be estabUahed In this world.' not sr migat nar ny power, -smith tne Lord, but by my spirit. But tha wara may be oermltted to destroy tha uses- ent nations before the people will ac cept this king of peace. Millions are being buried in the blood-soaked soli of Europe and millions more may have to be burled in Batons and else where before the peopls wlH-oeaso to follow earthly kings and the prince of the power of airbuses But that win come, slay ood speea its 1aeua-h tha Jews rejected Him and He did not overturn the Cs pears, yet Ho was a true conqueror. Wo may mat esteem it is aoatuaesu lightly. He was the greatest conuueiei this world ever saw: Trio oonooered death- feell sad the grave. His ceraouosia wars none the ass real because . spiritnaL He came to osaqtser death, hell sjnd we grave, aaa ate erss It- tso intro duced His dispensation by eaangl water into wJne. This miracle si prophetic of His life work. He cane to change hatred into lore, war into Kingdom Zfot of World. Never had the world seen such a cojaqderer. He eoaauered by submis sion. He cor-Tuered by snftsrlng. When that mots led by Judas arrested Christ, aad Fetor cut off Malchus's Christ first healed tha ear and rafsufcad Baser and" tald Pater that ha could have ! anions of aagsls ta, flgfat lor Htm. He submitted to false arrests, to false sot uss lions, to false trials and to an unjust sentence at death, that He might taste death for every man. He suffered the just tor the unjust that He might save a lost and ruined race! No wonder Pilate wondered when Christ said. My kingdom were of this world thon would my servants fight." He per mitted His body to be sailed to the cross and than placed In the tomb. He then descended into hell and placed that dominion under His control. When on the cross Jesus cried out. "My God. why hast Thou lorsaken r"efe " the dsrrila hi hell shouted vie. tory! They nsado the very arches or hell to ring with their shouts? They thought that they had killed the crinee af life. But behold their sBs- appointment when Jesus shows unto them His sdorlfled. resurrected body Now His victory begins! The devils flee from His presence and cower trembling in the. dark eoraers of that uismai anode: Hell is conquereu. rnvw His ascent Is besun. The Jews have rolled a hugs stone against the door of the sepulchre. They seal it wstn tne unman seat. No man dare to break that seal. They olace a tloman guard around i grve. They retire feeling sure they nave aons witn jesus. iney utma that they have mads a.burleaque of lets tmrmpaai entry into jeressiasu. But look! What Its that at the grave? A visitor from the spirit world breaks tnat seal ana roils mat stone awoyi Tha guard falls to the earth as a dead man. Jesus barsts the bars of tomb and oomes forth. Viator over death, hell and Oa grave! He establishes His kingdom on earth commits the wont to us church and promises His continued "My kingdom is not of this world. If to save the world. Ws must admit the church made many failures, but It still lives and the aatss of hell shall not srevail over rti When the church again learns to follow J ecus, whan ministers cease to preach war aaa preach the gospel, then and not until then eaa the Chris tian ehvroh triumph. With John, oa the Isle of Patmos- X hear the souls under the altar. awaJHae the recur. rsetioa as they ery out. "How long, eh Lord) How IwmgT The a newer corses back not By tha prescti mg ax loousn ness, and the preachtsig of war, but by the preaching of tha gospel eaa it be aceompnstiea. war mas ai preached and the earth has Tm turned into a he!L May Ood help us preach the gospel aad trust to Christ intendeat Mrs. D. J. McCanne: prayer. superintendent: song by school. 'America tne ueautiruF: benediction by the pastor. SCH1PTCRE. Acts lll-HC-M. Then departed Barnabas to Tarsus, for to seek 8eul: And when be bad found htm. he brought him unto Antloch. And it came to pass, that a whole year they assembled themselves with .the church, and taught much people. Arid the disciples were called Chris tians orst in Annocn. And In these days came prophets from Jerusalem unto Antloch. And there stood up one of them named Agabus. and signified by the spirit chat there should be great dearth throughout all the world: which came to pass in the days of Claudius Caesar. Then the disciples, erery man ac cording to his ability, determined to send relief unto the brethren which dwelt In Judaea: Which also they did, and sent It to the elders by the hands of Barnabas and SauL Sentence SermonsbyElPaso Ministers A ND ttey tad a. notable po-mser called BaMMu, who ier a ctrtabi KMti r and murder was cast mis prison, aad Pilate tie. EOTtraer, vrminz to csn test the ueenle. released Barabnaa aata them New TratasesL eimitt' 19 wave of crime that ii sweeping rrer tne bad toddy wBf everinerMse Ja vetese so Mag ai evildoers .and crrmmali go Hapirijed. rtev. s. D. Ataaas, He-peas dstuth sf tae liazaKse. Seaiay is t&a tercentenary ef tne landtag of the PflgriBi fathers. It is aise BiMe Sasiay. Tbeie two events will be the them of rainy sermeaa est the states. We owe Brack te the Pilgrim fathers, who wete rata af gt pterr aad WHe-detrmisea so far as lay in thee: power that ittts. tae tian leKgies, as they- understood it, should cMraeterrM aM that they dH. . Hrs. Heetass poem, wtth.wkteh we ate an sMiaed, trie the peiat: "Ay caU H holy groaud, The place where first they trod, Aad left unstained what there they faaad, Pieedom ta worship Ged." Rev. W. S. Hafgett,. HigilAl Patk Uethofist thBri. AllBfTfONAL CHURCH aTXCTS vx raws ae -w MoaiaS 'morning ire place On sde the X 1 r (fSC ; i mett phtmmawl value in kigh gfede M 1 l55 itecar eer offered in El Paw. S I ; jy y Nv a 3su"Pk lse at wotsen's 3 Pat Wtcr and lid boots in sofcd 2 I, If yrfj3b l txioii aad color cotnbisatioiu. See K 1 I rrirT S raBee &0 2 to B and C II I I ui-J--FirS: J Mn. TbeseThave bigh Loais Cuban 9 j I II I I Ir4t II l( 0 S J feia heels. Ther are an rvira uvwisi M 3 I r1-!! tJ.V3 IJI il a &-h ,!..&. j i nag i v and more. MKSE s mm jBHjl See Window t Jmmm. flimmr7 AW (faasVBali Displays. mWr -zdmmT aaaasBhassaamHi "la the Kame of Ged, Arsea." This is the simple area male ta the first written eeastttatien in the history sf the world. While the Majdtawer u tryjag to find a ssttahie place to rind, its piKeagers, after havtas; sig'sted the ahsres of the new world oa NsTetaber 9, the aae memhers sf that baad of Pirf-riEia with the exeeptiea of the seven whs ware sick, eaUted lata a sstem csapdet which -was the foreninaer of all steer wrHtes coastKiatleas. They began that compart with this ttgaificant seateace, "la the Base of Cod, amea." On November 11, 300 years ago this compact was draws Dp and sigaed in the cabin of the Mayflewer. Eer. Pleyd Foe, First Presbyitriia chsreh. Oh give thanks asto the Lord. We ought to give ffcrnVt te (ttd Isesaaee He is the real girer ef all good, aad Ttecaase the jrivrng af thanks te Rfan is Beeeuary to oar moral life. Humility, eeBtentnseHt aad serrke- foSew real thanks. Ber. W. H. Faiik7, Wetmrniter Presbyterian chareh. We have iost observed '-Thaakariviae adv." at which time we srre ia- cHsed to thank Gsd fir every good thiag. Thaabgirisg is the highest fstsi VAN VALKENBURG WILL ADDRESS "Y" MEETING Rev. Henry Via Talkenhurg will address the Sunday afternoon meet ing at 4:1 odock in the lobby ef the ja. a. ane coys- meeting, which i - vi t- . i v . ,l , wlU be held at 3 oclock, will bo ad- - ,a t -i.- .. .-.Ji. i p.i i vj i dressed by G. C. Good, bors- secret .;jr:r"r "77 " " aad ceadwJed by jjiriEg thanks to 6od? All we have, an we1 are, aad all the goed there is is the werM are the gift of God to as. Some people talk about the Bible peine too narrow; ta its view ef ttfe. bat hr foHewinz Hs teachtsst 1 the ceapbiaer wonH And it te his Kfe as the ligktheaK te te ahip hst Bpou i the sea, as a signboard by the toadsMe UIHag the traveler which way te go, ! and warning him which way net to talre. .None weald fall oat with the sign i board. So should we thank God for the Bible, aad let it direct oar Bvesv Ber. R. W. Learer, Highland Park Baptist chinch. tary, who will be in cowboy costume and talk on his cowboy' experiences. THE TROY LAUNDRY KIDS Mouse-I jfe. I Vf LAUNDER UNEHS IN f VAV That brin&s its 9 Compliments each daY-i si .N THAKKSanriNG day many suiiussui in eu faao were aroud of the heaiittfnl Hmm oa which the noble bird was of fered up and made more lus cious by befng served from linen "done" by the TROT. Send as that nice "company linen and have it ready for Chris tsaaa. The Troy Ltundry "The-SwsJiifte LaMwfy" PW278. Second Cdngressional District In New Mexico Santa Te, N. M.. Nov. 5T. The crea tion of a second congressional dis trict by congress in the reaoDortlou ment necessitated by the new census. appears to oe cerisan. rserosrx JO. Holt of Las Cruces Is most frequently mentioned for congressional honors in the new district, which will comprise FOR THE youngster: "The Clean Dairy" EL PASO DAIRY CO. Offl-r :s V Mesa Ivr. SICK WOMEN HEAR HE You Can Be Free from Pain as I Am, if You Do as I Did. Harrington, Me. "I suffered with bara-aehe, paira throngh ray hips and sues a Deariag down feeling that I coald not stand oa ray feet. I aim had other dis tressimr symp toms. AirtimeKl had to give up work. I tried ' a nnrober of reme dies, but Lydia K. Pi uk ham's Vege table Coapoaad did a more cood than anythinf else. T ara regaJar, do not suffer the pains I nted to, keep hooe and do all my work. I recotn tnen.1 vour medicine to all who suffer as I did and vou may see ray letter as yon !ike." ifrs. Missie MrrcHIiL, Jtlarrimjton, Me. There are many women -who suffer as Hrs. Mitchell did aad who are beinr benefited by this great Bedkiae every dev. It has helped thousands of wo rses who have bees troubled with dis placement?, inflammation, ulceration, irregularitie, periodic pains, back ache, that bearing-down feelinfr, indi gesttoe and nervous prostration. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound contains so narcotics or harm ful drugs. It is made from extract of roots and herbs and is a safe rue dun for women. If you need special advice write Lydia E. Pinkham Medi cine Co. (confidential), "Lynn, Mass. Ana. Sierra. Valencia. Socorro. Dona A Grant. Tunaa. Hldadsca. Otero. Lincoln. Chaves. Lea. Eddf. DeBaca. ' Curry. Roosevelt. Torrance. Guadalupe, Ma- 1 Klnley and Quay counties, with 180, SSS inhabitants. 1 The university established by the j International Ladies Garment Work ers' union In Cleveland. O- is under ! the directorship of Miss Harriet SII verman. Make This A Jewelry Christmas THERE is no better way Jo express your Chnstmas sentiments than by giving article which combine ele gance with many years of practical servjee. So far as dependabrle jewelry and silver ware of the most acceptable and desirable patterns is concerned, we have in -Mock at the present time an exceptionally wide va riety of really artistic pieces which we coo fidendy believe will appeal to yoa. Sheldon Jewelry Co. OMeSO!- AT MltlS MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Amp article an etsr jick Itrmafiei haateiiaiebf, ps-sVraJr )xtpaH. am receipt of the price, and de livery guaranteed. AJk o" a cmpy ef oar latal lluifraied catalog of beaabftd gifU. Its Free. STAR jJCCasiT Wlhis, And Lodclis lniinrfaOieP HagwalloAv Locals By DINK BOOTS. . Mil s7V X v A Mystery Wlki Is No Mystery At AS, a Nj tver Fai&sz Way to Cheat Faifi.r Tim. Abo, a Certain War to Mala Hair Grow. i By MsflsTtiw aferes IT to really aatorindlng how fulckly tbe akin can be brought back tb a youthful atumnnsss and visor when the proper method Is employed. These wrinkle reasovlasT results can be secured whea you prepare this simple formula, yourself, ton f Una sure that It contains the proper materials that will produce the results. By mixing a tablespoonrnl or glycertno and the oBBtaBts or a two-ounce package at eptol In a halt' pint or water yea obtain the satiny cream aeeeseary. By liberal ass of tMs yea win shad that the skte wm become more refined la texture. " crow's-feet aad WTtnkles. larre and small, wm very craiotly begin to. disappear. The eptol can be ob tained at any drnff store. Tou will bo arateful that you learned of this remarkable opportunity. e e ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS . Ti8- K IX When yoo apply to, thehalr any substance which will actually farce the hair roots to grow aad to stop hair falling, you vsry soon eaa notice the tremen dous dlKeranoe in its increased wrists, aad visor. The hair root 5"aloper given here acts the same way. It has been demsastrated to have a very remarkable effect in forcing Jbatr to rtow luxuriantly BSi.t mickly. with a half -Stat of water and half a pint of bay rum mix the contents of a one-ounce package of beta aulnoL whteh can be obtained from "i uruastore. ir prerarred you eaa JaBaBBBaaaBBK fflswh Baee Vsa!ssasVBBBBBBBBBBBBVH rwlvina them a way. Try a tea sposrarat of ecxol in half a cua ol water as a he&d-wash. it is rclo ous. A twanty-flve cent packa;' of essd eoatains enough for over & dosea shampoos, ess SALLOW A very beantifsl com plexion eaa be obtained in ver. ulck time by the use of a very rich cream which you should mak4 yourself. It can be don In a few moments: From your diuga'at g--a one-ounce package of slntone ar mlx contents with twb tablespoor. fnle of glycerine in a pint of wrue Jn a very few days you will see the difference la your complexlcr aad yon will lay aside many of the things you have been using hereto fore In order to produce the same result. You can obtain the alntone oam your oxuggist. e e ansa ROSTFJ It Is lust as easy t . rtBiOTu fm srrfn nil Va - and without any trouble whatever stead of th watap aaut kw r7 .. wnn a . little suifT THE Rye Straw storekeeper mist-laced oae of his easterners the ether day. I The c-ssteBKT bad started iato the I store, bat at the saate time the tbab- ': a-rer was iweepfag aad when the dost i cleared away the ctuterser was Be-1 where to be roesd. At first it was! feared tk t soaafer bad beea sweat out. 1 . CUb Haacock says he finds the best way for a persea te get alesggeod aad to be ef easy xriad is to acne with everytUaf; everybody says abeat baa, if it is so. The editor ef the Tkkville Tuiap says very few persons use eaeafb periods nor ate them toon enough is their tilkinE stead of the water and bay rum. www JOBS AWfTJU The ase of tonics and steaming- the face ara of little value foe retsrovtag MarTrhnadn The ar to ktk isa or thi minates It tabK Oet at the eras store. m. sosaa on wet clotS and rub the Werrhessls wtifl.lt- Tou win be astonished te see them almost entirely gone. C Soap eaa not be toe swunon. -rais dissolves the bai almost magically and It can be SfLf wlLh a. w,, of lln- w?,tirnWr.fj-'"i ?W.'!r2afo "'""on la to be had at any drug store, rt f rv m There is nothing te use. . powder tbat ta the skl- S. a. exnected to nsMM tbe afmv --- cjmulstlons which affect the vigor m "fr swsto. aowevee. wui reaieve these asssniialstleas by die- . ,sIRS N. Sf.A face blends beautifully wit 522 extraordinarily fine, is laBeauty Powder.- There Is J2LJpIftSoJi. ab5?t ' superioHty f7r other face powders. Try jft. 7 een seenre It front youi erTsggtrtt is any ef the tints. Miss Zennie W. Tomlinson, pur chasing agent of the Birmingham. Ala., Rail-say Light and Tower com pany, began her business career in 1ST as a tlegraph operator at the Philadelphia centennial exposition. USE HERALD WANT ADS. i