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EL PASO HERALD
Thursdav, March 24, 1910.
SERVICES FOR HOLY
A Head of
Old Hickory Who Didn't
IQnow How to Surrender
Once acquainted with their distinctive fragrance no
smoker would surrender the pleasure of smoking
P CIGARETTES !
Alvays made from the choicest selections of tfie Sne
old tobacco grown in the celebrated Piedmont district.
Pictures of your favorite base-ball players in the "big
leagues' are now in Piedmont packages.
lO for 5c
Piedmont Cigarettes are packed In Tllf FOIL
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Cars, Dining and Library Observa
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Significance of This Import
ant Day Good Friday
Today is Maundy Thursday, one ol
the most solemn days of Holy week. It
was duly observed in the Cathohc and
Episcopal churches and the Rose Croix
Masons will observe the day with a ban
Maundy or Holy Thursday in the
early centuries was observed by the
dignitaries of the church, including the
pontif and the sovereigns of Catholic
I countries by washing each other's feet
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111 UtlllULlUil Ul UUllU Av1 ll"i) -3 Jvv;
required except or arciiDisnops, oisnops
and secondary dignitaries, the pope
prescribing such service by himself and
his assistants. It is called Maundy
Thursday fro mthe ceremony of feet
washing, called in the rubric "mana
tum," which is the first antiphone sung
during the service.
The mass of the day differs very
largely from all others held during the
year in that it celebrates the Holy
Eucharist and becomes a service of joy
and thanksgiving, being emblemized by
the ringing of bells, and the white col
or of the vestments and ornaments of
the altar. A procession of children will
be a feature of the services Thursday
at the Church of the Immaculate Con
ception. Although this week was taken by
the Ixml by his pas-?lcn. the feast of
Corpus Christ! is celebrated as an in
stitution related to the holy sacrament.
After the "Gloria in Excelsis" all
bells and signs of joy are done away
with during Good Friday and Holy Sat
urday until the angelical hymn on the
last mentioned day. This is in com
memoration of the silence of Christ
during his great passion and to ex
press the mourning of the church for
the death of her spouse.
On holy Thursday in the vaticap at
Rome is followed a more elaborate serv
ice than all other days of the year.
Blessings are given to the churches, al
tars, sovereigns and the priesthood, St
Peter's tomb is placed in darkness by
the extinguishing of the 100 lights
about It. This is followed by the
chanting of the Miserere.
The day following is Good Friday
and will be duly observed in the local
Have Difficulty in Instruct
ing Drivers to Keep to
"Keep to the ight of the road! If
you want to hitch your horse or allow
3'our automobile to stand, let them face 5
In the same way as traffic moves."
Thus spoke a policeman who has his
hands full regulating traffic on Mesa
After turning about 15 horses in the
right direction and instructing the
owners regarding the change ordered by
the traffic ordinance recently passed,
the big policeman mused: "To see some
of these fellows who drive vou would
think they "were jay hawkers come to j
town for the first time to see a circus
parade or something of the sort. They
don't seem to know whicu is the right
side of the street and as for turning
corners, well some of them would like
to take a few slides dff the sidewalk just
to show what fancy drivers they are. It
is no cinch trying to educate some fel
lows regarding the rules of the road, but
they will learn some of these davs.
"It might be a good iea to publish
the traffic ordinance in Spanish so that
some of the Mexicans could learn it; how
ever, they generally drle In the right
manner once they have been instructed.
while those who violate the ordinance are
Americans who have probably read the
ordinance over time and time again."
T&ADIrTG LAND IN
OPEN WEST COAST
lrdace thick, luxurlaat kalr vrhea all
other remedies Tall. We cearxatea
Daailerine. All DrusnrlBtt, 25c, Cc and
SI. r scad thin Ad vrlta 16c (ntantps mr
diver ) Jwn lnrc- fri tample.
KNOWL.TON DAXDEItlSE CO,
CHICHESTER S PILLS
PHI In Scd end Gold xaettilic
boxes, seated tnth Bice JUbboa.
grvmM. Ak for Cni.CIfiES.TER 4
TanlnunniitlVU !! p.ti.vt.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERMER&
41 faE El Paso to
1 179 Salt Lake
City and Return
Via the Santa Fe, Direct Route
in connection with the D. & R. G., the Colorado Midland or Union Pacific,
account Semi-Annual Conference of the Mormon Church, April 3-C.
Tickets on sale March 26, 27. and 28, final return limit 60 days from
date of sale. Stopovers permitted on return trip within limit of ticket
Passengers can be routed through Pueblo and D. & It. G., Colorado
Springs and Colorado Midland, or Denver and D. & R. G. or Union Pacific.
For further information -write or call on
W. R. BROWN,
D. F. A., A. T. & g. F. R7.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
J. S. MORRISON,
C- P. A., A. T. & S. F. Ry.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
What is more appropriate than a dainty
water-color neatly framed in narrow gilt,
or a hand illumined Easter motto ? When
you think of gifts, think of the Feldman
Fred J. Feldman, 308 San Antonio
Tucson, Ariz., Is Planning a
Big Cinco de Mayo
The Tucson &, Mexican West Coast
railway will be completed from Twin
Buttes to Calabasas bv May 5, according
to a report from W. B- Isaacs, chief en
gineer in charge of the construction
work. At Calabasas. connections will
be made for 2ogales, the northern ter
minus of the Sonora railway, which is
the northern division of the West Coast
In the event the road is completed by
May 5, the $10,000 celebration proposed
by Tucson, which will extend over May
6, will be" carried out.
It is not intended to run regular
drains over the road until the date of
the celebration, May 5, although it is
probable a short inspection trip will be
made Sunday by members of the Tuc
son chamber of commerce, engineer
Isaacs having offered to provide a spe
cial train to run as far south as the
ROCK ISLAND TRICKS
ROADS GETTING BUSINESS
Fort Worth. Texas. March 24. Rail
road offices here today learned that the
Rock Island by a business coup had
secured all contracts from the big- meat
packers for all their carrying between
Chicago and Omaha, which is a highly
The roads raised their rates between
Chicago and Omaha, but the Rock Island
notified the packers that it would carry
their products to a station opposite
Omaha at the old rates and thereby won
Nineteenth Infantry Gets a
Colonel and Loses Him
The Army and Navy Journal says:
"In the army appropriation bill the
secretary of war is authorized to make
an exchange of land with the railroad
passing through the reservation at
The 19th" infantry is again without
a colonel. Lieut. Col. Geo. F. Cooke
was appointed colonel to succeed Col. J.
F. Huston, and was at once placed on
the retired list, so that the regiment is
still without a man at its head.
First Sergt. Henry Chambers, Co. B.
25th Infantry, formerly stationed at
Fort Bliss, has been placed on the re
A. !L 31. BOYS INSPECT
THE. CAUSEWAY AT GALVESTON".
Galveston, Tex., March 24. The se
nior class in the Agricultural and Me
chanical college spent yesterday in
specting the causeway construction.
Supervising engineer Linton, for the
county; chief engineer Parker, for the
construction company; secretary
Springer and the heads of various de
partments explained the work to the
The docks, terminals and harbor fea
tures were examined an the afternoon.
allard & Company
Easter Specials of Men's and Boys' Clothing.
: .'. $22.95
$27.50 men's suits,
Easter Sale Prices .
$25.00 suits for men,
Easter Sale Prices -$22.50
Easter Sale Prices .
Easter Sale Prices .
Easter -Sale Prices .
Easter Sale Ppiees .
Easter Kale Prices .
Easter Sale Prices . ,
P J. DaoO
ale of Eoyys
$7 K( ?5-00 uits- good qual" $A ?K
.OU itv, on sale at P.0
SLr,.T.fr,!..$6.75 fOOanl $3.50 snits for $3 Jg
$7.50 suits-, pure all tf p- rt i- PU-.i.U
J)t3.7D -Strong .in Of all wool blue serges,
$4.95 Sf'..S5;00: $6.50
$10.00 Suits, fine
$S.50 suits, high grade
$i.oU surts-. pure
$6.50 suits, nice line of
as orsted for
Genuine President Suspenders, A O
50c value . jT&j
Big line of men'c 50c suspenders,
1 special lot of boy's 25c suspenders
for f ,
1 special lot of bovs' 15c suspenders,
for l... . ..?....,.
Choice of any 25c fourinhand Ties,
Choice of any 35c fourinhand Ties.
1 special lot of men's tan or black 25c half
Hose, Monarch brand, for
$1-25 shirts, Lion brand, coat style, large range Q Q
of patterns, your choice for wOC
75e shirts, made coat style, cuffs attached, J Q
madras and percale, Easter sale Dw C
1 special lot of boys' 15c or 25c Hose,
Talent Is Cooped Up In New
York Too Much, Says Artist
Says the Free Atmosphere of
the West Offers Greatest
EeTvaxds to Art.
SLAYDBX 3IAY BE OX
HOUSE RULES C03I"IITTEE.
"Washington. D. C, March 24. It is
announced today that the Texas delega
tion will fight to put representative
Slayden. on the new rules committee.
The Democrats will . caucus, tonight to
select four members to be elected by
the house and Slayden will be boomed.
Friends say it would be a proper recog
nition for his services.
IX" COUNTY COURT
On pleas of guilty, several prisoners
were sentenced "Wednesday in the county
court. Mamie Hamilton, charged -with
the theft of $90 Mexican money from
Madelena Pena, -was sentenced to 30
days; Federico Barron, theft of hat.
20 days; Rafael Hernandez, theft of a
pound of butter, 10 days; Jose Hernan
dez, theft of a pump from Jose Beltran
tfaya: lesus rtlz Paded not
guilty to the charge of carrying a
bowle knife and was dismissed.
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Hate reasonable -mvhji-jI tt nort of cases from July 10, 1908 to
August 10, 1909, shCTO a complete recovery of 82 6-7 per cent. Write for
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Pass Trunk Factory
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases
made, repaired and exchanged.
Opposite postoffice. across
Plaza. TeL 1054: Auto 1966.
DATE IS CHANGED
FOR yEXAS MANEUVERS
Washingrton, D. C, March 24 Repre
sentative Slayden visited the war de-
fnaSmV.and securel om secre
tary Dickinson an order changing the
maneuvers and encampment of the
regulars at Leon Springs from August
lo to August 31, in compliance with a
ThSTe Jin the Texas ad-utant general.
G ird A enb!6 the Texas National
Guard t6 participate in the maneuvers.
WORK BEGINS ON" HOUSTOX-
Galveston, Texas. March 24. Work
on the Galveston-Houston lnterurban
railway has commenced, on the section
between the city limits and the cause
way by the North American Dredging
companq. Dykes are being thrown up
and by next Tuesday the draining of
the new roadbed will begin.
FIRE CHIEF AND PICTURE
SHOW 3IAN HAVE FIGHT
ance Fulkerson, who conducts the
Bijou theater on El Paso street, and fire
chief W. W. Armstrong had an argu
ment and fought in the theater this
Yeek, relative to the seats used
Armstrong Insisted that the seats must
- vtiJCU tu u,e IiQor ana words
ioiiowed and blows were exchanged.
MAYOR WORKING OX
' . k A.WUAL MESSAGE
-.".jui oweency win lmmediatel
commence -work on his annual report
and message to the council and it will
probably be presented shortly after the
first day in April.
MORE HORSES BROUGHT
BACIv FROM JUAREZ.
Thiee stables of nice horses," 12 head
Jii all -were brought o?er from the
Juarez., Ilex., race track yesterday. The
stable of Parker & Powell was shipped
to Salt Lake City.
C. L. Vowell and H. A. Cotton each
shipped two horses to Oakland, Cal.
TEXAS JUDGE MAY
BE NAMED SHORTLY.
Washington, D. C, March 24. C. W.
Ogden, of San Antonio. Is scheduled
to arrive here today and will confer
with president Taft on the appoint
ment of a successor to the late judge
Bryant, of the eastern district of Tex
as. It is Intimated at the white house
that Taft probably will announce the
appointment this week.
FEDERAL BUILDING NOTES.
After many weeks of stair climbing,
the occupants of the federal building
and those transacting business there
are now having the pleasure of riding
up and down in th rw electric ele
vator, which replaces th water pc
George S. Harris, of Albuquerque, X.
M., has beeji appointed substitute clerk
in the railway mall service and will
run out of El Paso.
But the Artist Must Be at
the Art Center and Loses
That the southwest Is quite as perfect
ground for an artist as Europe. Is the
contention of Albert L. Scherzer, a
magazine artist. Mr. Scherzer, a so
journer In El Paso, has much to say
of praise for the locality about El Paso,
and much of criticism toward the con
ditions against art In America.
"The trouble is this," explains the
artist, "in America the talent is be
ing cooped up in New York. As soon as
an artist or a writer" gains any promi
nence, he is shipped, like poultry, to the
literary center, socalled. But is It such,
"By the removal from his native
ground, the artist loses his touch on
existing conditions. He is compeled to
paint or write about something which
he does not see. -
"The cause of it is that the artist
finds It necessary to 'work with the
magazine editors. He finds personal
solicitation necessary, when his pictures
should speak for themselves, instead of
him speaking for his pictures.
"Here in the southwest is everything.
There is the width and contour of vis
ion. But the American artists are not
painting American mountains and Amer
ican deserts. They are painting 'he and
she pictures pretty pictures that have
no real value.
"It is hot true that there is no demand
in America for the good. The very force
of a good thing will appeal. Americans
like good European pictures. They en-
enjoy pictures of American
just as much and more.
"The ' magazines axe not encouraging
art. The artist finds his hands tied.
He must either copy some already great
artist or make cheap pictures for the i methods. Delivered to you in sterilized
cheap magazines. He finds that he must j air-tight bottles.
live in Xew York city, barren of ma-I "pi T3o Tini- n.
terlaL ' -" xajiuauv VU.,
BRINK MiLK DRINK
PLENTY Of IT DRINK
EL PASO PURE-MILK
There Is more food value in one quart
of EI Paso Pure Milk than there is In
'one pound, of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso- Pure Millc is pure millc.
It comes from inspected, contented cows.
and is treated by the most scientific
"And, too, if American artists painted
intngs typical American, there would i
not be thlg general going abroad of
tourists. Americans do not know -what
America has to show, and the reason
lies "hi the lack of typical American
With his sister. Miss Roselie, also an
artist, Mr. Scherzer is seeking pictorial
matter in Juarez and about El Paso.
The Scherzers are German-Americans,
students of the Royal academy at- Munich.
BED LIGHT WOMEN
Pkoaes: Bell 346 j Auto 115.
Office 313 N. Orecev.
pared, and the city council has given
out the information that there are no
more funds to be used for that work.
J. W. Orendorff, recently appointed
manager of the local baseball team for
the season of 1910, has arrived from
D. R. Clancey and son, of Cananea,
parsed through Bisbee yesterday., en
route to El Paso on a business trip..
Wm. Thomas, 'W. D. Goodrich and
W. H. Warrington passed, through Bis-
bee, on their way to El Paso to attend
the meeting" of the sovereign consistory,
Scottish Rite Masons.
Leaving Bisbee Because the
Reservation Dance Halis
and Saloons Close.
o; Bisbee state -hat s.no he c'tv eoun
cil passed, an oruinan.o i k tuijigr sa
loons and dance halls in the red light
district, practically 5y perMit of the
women who formerly ite.nioniol th t
district have one tc El Paso.
The ordinance takes effect on April 1,
HELD AS SlfSPECT.
RaymundQ Sanchez is being held at
the police station on the charge of be
ing a suspicious character. While J
B. Carlisle was makiner comnlaint to
Bisbee. Ariz, March 24. The officers f the police of the loss of his bicycle.
Sanchez rode by the jalice station on
a- bicycle which the complainant stated
belonged to him.
Waxahachle Texas, Marchv 24. Ed.
Bernazzl. a brakeman on the Trinltv &
and for the past few days every train I Brazos "Valley railroad, was probably
eastward has carried a number of the
women to EI Paso.
A Targe number of citizens residing
in Upper Tombstone canyon will ap
pear before the city council to register
a protest because the Bisbee-Warren
Street Car company has announced Its
intention of not building the line to the
city limits. The -street car manage
ment announces that the road as pro-
joy them and buy them. And they would I vided by the city is not properly pre- Paso.
fatally injured here late .last night,
when he fell from a freight train and
was dragged: a considerable distance.
He -was found unconscious an hour
after the train passed.
W. Y. Wolf has left El Paso for
good; Mr. 'Wolf never liked "paved,
streets anyway. He has gqne to Port
land. Oregon, after 16 years fn El
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