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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, January IT, 1913
DIES AFTER SERVING
U. S. FOR 70 YEARS.
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fcyle, Fit and Workmanship
You're Entitled to
If in the past you have teen a "ready-made" man, we suggest that you
turn over a new leaf wake up and have your Winter Suit or Overcoat
made to order. You cannot realize -what real fit, style and workmanship
mean until you have worn a made-to-your-measure suit.
Made to Measure
"Wo again caution the
public not to- confuse
"London Made" Suits
with garments that
many tailors are having
botched together in
sweatshops where fit.
finishings, matching of
patterns, etc, are un-
triAum rmnntlMpj?. Our
Suits are made in our
own workrooms by the
I most expert hand-tail-
I nra that monev can hire.
We are the only 515
Tailor In El Paso -who
guarantee every detail
of their Garments and
The London'is the Snit That Made $15 Famous
London Woolen Mi,
The Original $15 Union Tailors
217 SAN ANTONIO ST.
Capt. "Wesley Markwood for "Whom
Texas Erected a "Monument, Is
Burled at Washington, D. C.
"Washington, D. C, Jan. 17. Capt.
Weslftv Mark-wyvod. 5mJi1 n Tihita Vwoti
f the first native born inhabitant of the
mstrlct or Columbia was buried here
today. The veteran's exact age was
not known, even to himself, but ho had
served the government for 70 years and
had a stirring career in the army and
navy, serving in the early indian
troubles in Texas, in the war with
Mexico and the civil war.
Because of an altercation with his
superior officer, Markwood was forced
to quit the army in his youth, but he
quickly reenlisted in time for the Mexi
can war under the name of Samuel H.
Walker. Believed to Eave been killed
at the battle of Huamatant, citizens of
San Antonio erected a. monument to his
memory and the legislature named a
county after him. Capt. Markwood
was connected with the department of
agriculture up to a year ago.
PRISONER. CONFESSES HE SET
KIKE TO 200 HOUSES
New York, N. Y., Jan. 17. "Izzy the
painter," head of the N6w York under
world's "arson trust," was brought
from Sing Sing to confess to district
attorney "Whitman that he had applied
the torch to 200 houses within the last
few months. Mr. "Whitman declared
after listening to Izzys confession that
he believes that more than 1000 fires
kindled In New York in recent years
can be traced to the- gang.
It is said Izzy's confession revealed
the names of many of his confederates
who are said to have included tender
loin characters, insurance adjusters and
agents. "The greatest pleasure I had
was to seo the fire horses come tear
ing down the street," said he.
Chicago Probes "Arson Trust."
Chicago. 111. Jan. 17. Six witnesses
were examined in the investigation
states attorney Holne is making of the
Chicago, "arson trust." A public insur
ance adjuster testified thjgit he had
been urged to join the combine and
was told if he would loiter around a
certain fire station a fire from which
he could get some business would be
"pulled off." He said he did not go to
the fire station but that the fire was
"pulled, off" and Involved a, loss of
Hotel Paso del Norte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte. Excellent service.
50c MERCHANTS' LUNCHEON
Served from 12 to 2 p. m.
See Our Lint of Dinner Sets.
Lanrie Hardware Cc, 309 Mills St.
For The New Term
We Have a Com
of Books and
El Paso s r
etition To Buy Jefferson's Home
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To , the Congress of the United States :
JOtir jUmorialSit5. people of the United States, who are enjoying the efforts wrought by Thomas Jefferson, anticipating that' the present proprietor of Monticello
will patriotically accede to the wishes of the people to sacredly hold Monticello as the common property of the whole nation throughout all time to come respectfully
represent, without further delay that it is their fervent wish to see the requisite appropriation made and the necessary measures taken by your honorable bodies to purchase
Monticello on River Rivanna in Charlottesville, Virginia. ,
gear 9tmotia.liBtS represent that the reverence and veneration which leads all citizens passing within its reach to visit the tomb and dwelling of Thomas Jefferson
renders it to a private proprietor a residence most burdensome, and at the same time the public curiosity and interest are of necessity very imperfectly gratified.
gfcHr jjmorial(stS are unwilling, moreover, that the venerated remains there should be subject to the uncertainties of private fortune.
gourSjfrmorialists are also unwilling that the dwelling should be exposed to the dangers and risks incident to private occupation
' gcur Memorialists, therefore, represent that in common with their fellow-citizens they entertain the most profound reverence and veneration for everything connected
with the memory of the Author of the Declaration of American Independence. v -
3pf . 6ur iPemorfaliots represent that by making this purchase and causing Monticello to become the property of the nation in perpetuity, it thereby becomes a place of public
use." to which the thoughts of a grateful people may be directed in remembrance of one whose life work was to win for humanity, Intellectual, Religious, and Political Freedom,'
and by this purchase the people of' the United States might, in a smaH way, show gratitude due to the memory of Thomas Jefferson and bejnspired to serve.our common,
country as he did. - ?
gour SQtmoxieliete therefore request that action may be promptly taken to carry out and consummate" the object set forth in this memorial: that they and their",
descendants may enjoy the right and privilege of visiting unrestrictedly the venerated grounds, mansion and grave of Jefferson, which at present are liable to the various
casualties, uncertainties and transfers attendantuporallprivate property. """
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WANTED Several people with a fewj hundred dollars' to in
vest in a new corporation being organized to do a wholesale
and retail business in El Paso. Backed up by reliable parties
and to be managed by one who knows the business from A to Z.
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EL PASO THEATER.
Seats go on sale Sunday morning for
"Bunty Pulls the String." This is a
quaint delight in the form of a Scotch,
comedy and is classed as the most pop
ular play of the year. It will appear
matinee and night, January 28. Adv.
CRAWFORD LAST TI3IE TONIGHT.
The last chance of witnessing "The
Lion and the Mouse" at the Crawford
comes tonight. If those who have not
yet witnessed this excellent play only
knew of Its real excellency, the family
playhouse would not be large enough
to accommodate the crowds. Adv.
CRAWFORD NEW PLAY.
Saturday matinneo the Glass company
appears in "The Cutest Girl in Town"
at the Crawford. In addition to this
comedy success, there will be first class
vaudeville numbers. Matinee prices 10
and 20 cents; night. 25 and 35 cents.
HIPPODROME SKATING RINK.
Come tonight tp see "Rube" White
learn to skate at the Hippodrome; it
Is to laugh. Do not forget the big mas
querade carnival next Monday night.
when the best trick skater in America.
"Dare Devil" Frank, gives his initial
week's performance. There will be a
big three-mile race Saturday night b. -tween
Harvey Haglan. star skater of EI
Paso, and Delheart Slim, for the cham
pionship at the southwest. Adv.
SOCIETY NIGHT AT WIGWAM.
Tonight is the second society night
at the Wigwam. Another fine musical
program has been prepared by Prof.
"Vergara. for the unit orchestra and the
human voice pipes will be used aga 1
Last "week's society night was a big
success and the ragtime night of t 5
week drew an immense crowd. T! s
two events will be made regular week
The pictures for tonight include t r
Biograph, "A Cry For Help;" Lubin 3
western picture, "Bar K. Foreman, anl
Pathe's "A Christmas Miracle."
The "Wigwam opens at noon and runs
continuously until 11 p. hk It Is Ii
Paso's most modern photoplay house It
is safe, comfortable and sanitary- -Adv.
lOS-PIece Dinner Set, S20.
Laurie Haraware Co- 309 Mills St.
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Round" Up Mf)
OUR ROUND-UP SALE
the real shoe sale of the
season- comes to a close
Do Not Fail to Take
tomorrow of final Round
Up prices on men's, women's
and children's shoes.