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Monday, March 21, 1910.
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"On to New Orleans," is the cry of
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Today is the anniversary of the
birth of Benito Juarez, who threw off
the yoke of ther French and made Mex
ico a republic again. The day is gen
erally observed all over Mexico in about
the same patriotic manner as the
United States observes the anniversary
of the birth of George Tvrashinigton.
Chihuahua, the state in which the
sister city, celebrating today, is locat
ed, was in arms against the great sol
dier when he died; the very state in j
which he rallied his troops against
Maximilian, but today's celebration
shows how time effaces all feeling, aud
how only the great and good qualities
of the man are now remembered.
The career of Juarez,, like that of all
great men. was no life of ease, but his
pathway was strewn with many thorrs.
Benito Pablo Juarez, born at Guelatao,
state of Oaxaca, March 21, 1S0G. saw
manj- turbulent days before he died,
Jiuy is, isz. j
He was a Liberal politician of pure
indlan blood, and was banished from
the country by Santa Ana. the despot,
of good health should prevent sickness
instead of letting themselves get sick j
and then try to cure it. So long as
you keep your liver, bowels and stom
ach in a healthy and active condition i
you won't get sick. Ballard's Herblnr
relieves constipation, inactive liver and
all stomach' and bowel tnubles.
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in 1853, to return after Santa Ana's
death in 1855, and become minister of
justice under Alvarez.
Later, in 1857, he was elected vice
president of the republic, and after the
fall of Comonfort, in 1858, he became
president, but had to whip the reac
tionists and go through a bloody civil
war before he held the place undis
puted. In 1861 he was again elected presi
dent, just .in time to battle with the
French, English and Spanish, when they
invaded the country, ostensibly for the
support of foreign bondholders.
He was defeated and the Maximilian
monarchy set up, In 1863, but later,
from tho position ih Paso del Norte,
now Cludad Juarez, where he had been
driven, in 1S67, when the French army
was withdrawn, he took up the sword
again and marched to the capital, de
feating and captring Maximilian en
As his army marched it gained In
strength, as the people of the country
had great faith In Juarez, and he re
entered the capital of the country vic
toriously, and was chosen president
again in August. 1867, after capturing
and executing Maximilian, the self
Revolts continued throughout his
reign and. although he was reelected in
1S71, tho northern stater .of tho republic
wero still in insurrection when he died
a year later. They remained so till
1877, when Diaz was elected to take up
tho lines, of government, when he soon
squelched all rebellions, and the coun
try has had peace since that time.
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A meeting of the committees having
in charge the trip to the shrine of
shrines, the mecca of meccas, was held
Saturday evening, to talk over the plans
for the annual pilgrimage to the meet
ing of the imperial council. It is to
be held in New Orleans this year, and
the mayor has issued a proclamation
making every day a holiday while the
Shrine meeting Is m progress. It will
open on April 10 and will continue dur
ing the week.
The El Paso shrine will leave here
on board special Pulman cars on the
evening of April 7, and will be the
guest of the Houston lodge until the
9th, when these two lodges, augmented
by the Dallas and Mexico City shrines,
will make the pilgrimage to New Or
leans. The present plans are to have
the Galveston shrine join the party at
that place and the pilgrimage of the
Texas shrine -will bo made in a body on
board a special shrine train.
EI Malda shrine is planning a number
of novel features for tho pilgrimage.
The "El Paso hats," which made such
a hit at Louisville, will again be dis
tributed to the Shriners from Vancou
ver to the Everglades. A burro patrol
of El Maida members will be taken
on the pilgrimage for the big Shrine
parade. A tequila punch reception will
bo held at the El Paso headquarters,
and "The Tiger Claws," the El Malda
edition of The Herald, will also be Is
sued on the pilgrimage and at New
Orleans during the grand council meet
ing. "The Tiger Claws" i3 the only
Shrine newspai.er in the world, and
daily editions will be Issued on the
Shrine special train and also at New
At New Orleans, preparations are be
ing made for a week of fun at the
Shrine conclave. "Glad-U-Cum" is to
be the motto of the New Orleans people.
BELIEF TAKEN TO
THE SOTO FAMILY
Americans ' With Tender
Hearts Help Poor Fam
ily in Ciudad Chamizal.
Misfortune has not swallowed entire
ly the Soto family, the misery of which
vas described in The Herald last week.
Now only has Ramon Soto, nearly dead
of pneumonia, been removed to the
county hospital, but help has come to
the five large and small Sotos, all
Following notification of county of
ficials by The Herald last week, the
"Women's Charities visited the Soto home
and administered food to the five eager
mouths of the Soto flock Removal of
the sick father, now may make it possi
ble for one or both of the elder daugh
ters to go to work. Three or four women
have been down there with relief.
Touched by reports of the "Ciudad
Chamizal" case E. R. Gemoetz has made
a welcome and worthy offer in the name
of charity. FiTe loaves of bread one
for each mouth will be given the Sot03
each day for an indefinite length of
time by Mr. Gemoetz. who is proprietor
of the Superior bakery.
"Ciudad Chamizal," located at the far
end of nowhere and only frequented by
the poorest of the poor. Is greatly sur
prised by all this show of goodness,
from the "big city" of which it is a
"Ciudad Chamizal" has learned
through the Soto's misfortune that
there Is goodness In the "big city,"
goodness and sympathy and unknown
"UNCLE JOSH" TONIGHT.
"Uncle Josh," the funny rural comedy,
that was seen at the El Paso last night,
will be seen for the last thne tonight. "If
you enjoy a rural comedy, see this one."
says manager Rich, The prices are 75,
50 and 25 cents.
There will be an entire chang-e of bill
tonight at this popular "house of com
fort and safety," and one of the strong
est vaude"ralls bills ever seen in El Paso
Shlrer and Newkirk, in a comedy sing
ing and musical act; "Sherman and Ln
kin," comedy acrobats, -will be the new
faces, while the Le Roy sisters -will be
seen in a budget of new songs, and
the popular Keith and Cummings In an
entirely new act. with Master Leuord
Lohr In a new illustrated song and new
pictures. It all makes up a great bill,
the .management says. The show Is con
tinuous from 7:30 to 10:30. "Come and
go when you please," is the motto.
XEW BILL. AT MAJESTIC.
The new bill tonight at the Majestic
is a good one with all new songs and
dances and plenty of clean comedy and
pretty numbers by the Majestic chorus.
Three shows are given 7:30, S:30 and
9:30. Majestic prices are 10 and 20
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AV03IAX GOT RATS AND ,
Canvasser Mnfces Collection of Hair
Goods at San Antonio and Dis
appears From City.
San Antonio, Texas, March 21. A
score or more of women in this city
would liko to know the whereabouts of
a certain member of their sex who has
gathered up a lot of hair goods in the
way of rats and switches, and has failed
to return them.
She made a canvass in which she
claimed to represent a renovating con
cern of this city, which she claimed
would make the hair goods look like
new. The women brought forth all the
spans hair they had on hand. The wo
man promised to return the articles
good as new, when she was to receive
pay for the work, but thus far she haS
failed to put in an appearance, and the
women who were victimized believa that
sho collected the hair for what tho hair
itself was worth, and In this manner
is operating whereved she goes.
Deming recently had a similar ex
perience ADDRESSES STRANGERS' CLUD.
Rev. Carlyle R. Wolmeldorf, Mexican
Presbyterian missionary, addresd the
Strangers' club at Carnegie library
Sunday afternoon, using as his subject,
"Some of Our Mexican Problem" j
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CorrectClothesf or Gentlemen
are ready at the BEST Clothiers everywhere.
EASTER comes on March 27th 'tis the part of wisdom to
make your selection early but above all to make it wisely.
ClotiieS Value depends entirely on the establishment that
makes the garments.
Uye "Clothes Beautiful" embody all the advanced ideas of the
Fashions for the coming Spring as they will be worn by the
best dressed men in the business and social world and will
be copied by the best clothes makers and individual tailors.
We have individual models for
every man from the' "sporty"
College Chap to the conserv
ative Business Man.
By James Forbes
Copyright, 1908, by v.
W. Itfllingham Com
pany. He had been making splendid prog
ress, when that marplot of a Mallery
had interrupted him by his unwelcome
He pressed a button beside the ".re
place, and llogers appeared.
"1 want a nice little supper for two
at once," said Crawford. "Fix it on
this little table. It will be cozier than
on the larger one."
"Very good, sir. What would you
like, sir?" asked the valet-
"I don't know," mused' Crawford.
"What would you suggest birds?"
"Hardly, sir. You've got to be edu
cated up to birds. I should say a
chicken salad, ice cream and a sweet
champagne would be about the mark
of this young lady, sir."
"Rogers, you know I couldn't stom
ach that truck in a thousand years."
"No, sir; certainly not. sir," acqui
esced the man obediently.
"Bouches u la reine 1 know they
have some ready accessories, a bottle
of that Chauteau Margaux and some
champagne, usual kind," ordered Craw
ford. Then he went to the bedroom door
and opened it, '
"Come on," he said. "It's all right."
He offered her his arm with a play
ful air. but she walked past him. He
saw that she was shivering and almost
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(Continued from Saturdayy.)
"1 can't stay any longer, Mr. Craw
ford." she told him. "Please give me
the note and let me go."
"Why," he said, "you are cold. Poor
little girl! That fellow scared the life
out oC you. Sit here by the fire a
minute. I'll give you something to
warm you up."
"No; please let me go. I can't stay,
really. I'm sick, and I want to go
home. I'll come back some other night
on purpose to see you."
She looked at him appealingly.
"I wouldn't for a minute think of
letting you go In such a condition," he
insisted, arranging the cushion in the
chair and drawing the latter close to
the fire. "You can wait a few min
utes, surely, until you have had time
to pull yourself together."
"And will you give the note?" she
"Why, that'll be all right," lie as
sured her. "It isn't the note I care
about, it's you."
She seated herself reluctantly, and
he went to the sofa, gathered up an
nrmful of cushions and piled them'un
der her feet, so that they were on a
level with the logs.
"There!" he exclaimed, with a boy
ish exuberance that caused her to
smile in spite of herself.
e a s
is the spirit of
the age -No
able than in
San Antonio St.
and Mesa Ave.
Hbvelizea From Forbes'a
. Play of the. Same
John W.. Harding
Then he -poured out some Scotch
whisky, squirted a little seltzer in it
and held the beverage to her lips.
"No; I never touch, liquor." she said.
"But you must," he coaxed gayly.
"It's medicine- I'm the doctor and
you have to obey orders."
She drank a little, and he gave her
the glass, which she held in her lap.
The stuff did not taste unpleasant or
"There's no occasion for you to hur
ry," Crawford urged. "It isn't 9
o'clock yet. You don't have to go
back to the theater I told you I'd fix
that All your folks are there, and if
you reach home by 11 or even half-past
It will be early enough."
The Tvhisky was warming her veins
and steadying her nerves. She felt
that it was doing her good.
"But what'll I tell Patsy?" she said.
"She must have found out long ago
that I had left the Long Acre, and
she'll be wondering what's become of
me. I'd rather go much rather."
She took another sip at the glass.
(To Be Continued.)
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