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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, March 21, 1910.
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ITHE ESCAPADES OF MR, JACK BY J. SWINNERTON
Flags Fly at Half Mast;
Banks and City Hall
Close For Funeral.
i i .1 il w-rvICM ror Kelir Martini z
t hfld Friday afternoon at the Mar
1 Ilium In Tobin Place, starting at
r i .i, ;.i. k
I In iltagn on tho Iunn Honlo-
v I inliore Mr Martinez s nt n
i v h.ippy da -null his f.unily. lni
- nnd hi l.nok.. mmiM hold but a
m II part of tin gr. at rod o hf.
M i uno s ti-nila -hi went to pay
1 r List rouppcts to the man who hail
I Hit ir frit nd. The j ard of the
M mi i lioiu. was fillid, 1 1 Pixo mn
i linn hat in hand during the btiif.
In MTvien in Ihe liorai
Orrbcutrn riayn Softlj.
Mexiian on tietra pl.ijid loTHy
I m a I'llgriiu, ' i:ev. Chtrles l,nli
-Uft re id a iiassaso from tlw
- Mpinip a iiuartft lrom the Firt
1 fix. r. nan diiinii "tan,: softly "It is
N t Jualli to lui ' i.'i Miles Hanson
i. if a lrnf, pctsoml talk on tin' life
. f it. il ceased 1 1 1'isnin tie quartet
' ,i ir ' i 'h Iov. Ihlip ' thi re was a
1 ,. Iirnxliilioit ini the services
. i r
VIrxIrnna I'jiy Trllmlr.
, dim; the funer.tl m r ice the
i in stnte at the Martinez home
1 for an hour crowds of hi friend
v n d tin face of their friend for
iti 1 vt time jmontj these were manv
M' - : his uno had been assisted in
;,. u n work, in paying doctor bills
ur in K' ttlnsr some member of their
1. TiiiK out of trouble by Mr. Martinez.
ho. h.art beat in smpathy with
Tin in and In whom they had a true
f rn nd Their Brief tCus pathetic Keo
bi A hoodi d women, aged Mexican men
with Hieir sombreros In their hands
.in.) lull, children came to the Mar
tina lioini, stood beside the casket of
flu r di parted friend, then left with
ti us Mr, amine: down their faces.
Police Platoon.
1 r m the home the body was es-
,it., I to the chamber of commerce
1, huidicds of Mr Martinez" friends
in T I I i.i, from New Mexico and, even
in in l.os Angeles and the east. The
fiii1 ortege was headed by a Pla
to , f mounted police, sent by mayor
tVhi I ea to act as escort for the body
si i 1 to stand guard while the body
w i- in state at the chamber of com
iii i , , These mounted officers were
follivwd by the ministers and these
in tii. st-vtH infantrv military band
pi in-' a dirge lty and county offl-
. il- tiiiKtorp or the chamber or com
ji . i dire, tors of the El Paso Vallev
"U it. - 1 vers issoclatlon, bank dtrec
t, i- ami officials ind directors and of
fi . i of the organirations with which
Mi Martini z was identified followed
tli t, ind Next came the honorary and
a in. pall beareifc, the active pall
b u. r-. walking beside the hearse.
j i. mobiles followed the hearse In
wh h the fann and close friends of
tl .l.itahtd rode.
I li, revised list of the active and
b oarv pall bearers la as follows:
I, ,,.iary Gen Luis Terrasas. Fede
rl. , i liiega, A Courchesne, Carl Leon
i ,Ii of Los Angeles, judge Peyton F.
rdwards R B Orndorff. Z. T. White,
J J Mundy, J. A. Escajeda, and E.
iambrano,
Pnllbenrer.
tie James i.raham McNary
l.i. it Go Ezequiel C de Baca, of New
Mi i.i,.i. Juan Tenazis, H. D Slator.
M V Turnev I Stewart, H. B
M,ms and A Silberberg
-- the funeral procession moved
t'rt'.h the downtown streets Friday
.-,.. ,,,.nn hnaarwiie lined the Sidewalks
, 1 watched Me precession tu. t4
standing uncovered wniie vne
mn( passed. At the chamber of cotn-
ii , i e the bod was again p Laced in
it, m the lartre auditorium, where
1 x.artinez h ul made so many of his
i illiant addrew.es nd appeals for El
T'iso and whert presidents Taft and
I'm met in 1"01 wlni h meeting Mr
Mirune assisted in arranging The
li,l will remain there from 6:30 until
' in when it will be taken to tlie union
nlion and placed on a special express
t ,r lor transportation ta Trinchera.
N M ovit the Panta Fe. The funeral
, 1 1 1 w ill go to Trinidad, Colo, and
ii there to Trinchera station and
in this little station to Trinchera.
Copyright IMS. International News Servtct.
I BIJOU TODAY
FULLER"
"CHARLIE
CHAPLIN"
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THEATER
Special Jtropenlnt ttraction. Comnifnclns
SUN. MAT. MAR. 26
The Greatest of All Comediennes
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MARTINEZ'S DEATH CAUSES
REGIONAL BANK VACANCY
The death of Felix Martinez has left
a vacancy In the directorate of the
Dallas regional reserve bank and local
bankers are already surmising as to
who will take Mr. Martinez's place on
the bank board.
The app'olntment will come from
Washington as it is made by the sec
retary of the treisury with the appro
val of the president While it is not
known who will be named it is prob
able that a local banker will be se
lected to take Mr. Martinez's place in
order that the southwestern part of
the reserve district may be represent
ed on the board.
Nothing so delicious as Sulzberger s
Majestic nam and Bacon "Dellclously
Different" prepared in your favorite
way. Adv.
Mexican rents, Lc Nerman, ph. 4601
Ad.
For dinner there is nothing better
than a whole ham baked after your
favorite recipe Get Sulzberger's Ma
jestic -"TV liciotisly Different ' Adv.
L0R1MER BANK RESERVE
WAS TOO LOW, IS CLAIM
Chicago, 111. March 24 Owen T
Reeves, Jr.. president of the Drovers
National bank and. formerly a govern
ment bank examiner, testifying today
in the trial of William Lorimer, charged
with conspiracy in connection with the.
failure of the I.i Salle Street Trust
Savings bank, hud that in examining
the La. Salle Street institution, ho found
what he regarded as excessive loans.
"The bank reserve was dangerously
low," said the w itness. "Instead of be
ing 25 percent, as the law requires, it
was only 10 1-2 percent on the day of
the examination.'
AID HASTENS TOWARD SHIP
AT SEA, HELPLESS, DRIFTING
New York, March 21. The wireless
e-all for assistance sent out last night
b the Mallor line steamship Alamo,
adrift with a broken rudder and dis
abled engines, 130 miles northeast of
Cape Hatteras has met with response
b the Algonquin, at cording to a, mes
sage from the Algonquin to the line n
officials here The Alamo, carrying r.O
iwsjiengers. was on her way from New
ork to Texas points.
Economy Basement Sale Of
'ranch, where the body will be laid to
real beside the mother, father and two
sons. The funeral arrangements were
in charge of the J. J. Kaster Under
taking company.
tn Mexico Officers.
Lieut Gov. Ezequiel C do Baca, sec
retary of state Antonio Lucero and
Filadelfo Baca, superintendent of pub
lic instruction In New Mexico, arrived
Friday morning to attend the funeral
and represent tho state of Now Mexico.
Carl Leonardt. president of the South
western Fortland Cement company,
also arrived for the service.
Delegation From Lns Cruces.
A delegation of Las Cruces and Me
silla Valley people came down in auto
mobiles Friday to attend the funeral
of Mr Martinez. The delegation was
headed by Lafayette Clapp, president
of the Elephant Butte Water Users'
association, of the Menilla valley. This
association is closely affiliated with the
Kl Paso Valley Water Users' associa
tion of which Mr. Martinez was chair
man of the board of governors and the
two organizations have" worked to
gether for years for the mutual In
terests of the two valleys.
City Hnll Close.
The city hall closed at 3 oclock Fri
iIhj afternoon for the remanider of the
day out of respect for tho memory of
Mr. Martinez The chamber of com
merce also closed as did all of ti,e
local real estate offices from 4 to S
oclock at the request of the board of
governors of the Real Estate board.
The bonks closed at 1 p. m. Every
body's store, which occupies a build
ing owned by Mr Martinez and others,
loscd at 5 oclock as a tribute to Mr.
Martinez and many other places of
business and offioes closed during the
hour of the funeral.
nags were fling at half mast Fri
,1 1 on the cit hall, the county court
hous., th Paso del Norto hotel and
oil i r 1, Hidings in tho city In memory
of Mr M irtiner.
Message From I. S. Senator,
t nited felatcs senator Morris Shop.
nartl ftent a mesaaee to tudee R F
Crawford, assistant U. S. district rttor-1
ney here, asking him. to express to the
family of Mr. Martinez his deepest
sjmpathy The message from the Texas
senator reads: "I am deeply grieved
to learn of the death of Felix Martinez.
He was one of the nation's most capable
and progressive citizens Flease
press to his famil m profoundest
j -npath."
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
DR. CARLOS HUSK HELD
Funeral services of Dr. Carlos Husk,
who died Tuesday morning at Laredo,
Texas, of typhus fever, were held this
afternoon at 2 oclock at the undertak
ing chapel of McBean, Simmons and
Hartford, under the auspices of tho
local Masonlo lodge and the El Paso
Medical society.
The body was brought to El Paso
from Laredo, early Thursdaj morning.
The active pall bearers, all membors
of tho Masonic lodge, wore as follows:
Doctors James Vance, E. R. Carpenter,
W R. Jameson. II. E. Stevenson, Wm.
Greave, and II. V. Jackson.
The honorary pall bearers, who are
members of the American Smelting and
Refining company of Chihuahua are:
Messrs W. IL Drury, R. F. Monahan.
C Ryan, R. Starr. M. F Harrison and
R. C Defoureu. Interment will be made
in Evergreen cemetery.
Dr Husk contracted typhu whilo
In Mexico with the ML Sinai expedition
to study tyulius In the infected dis
trlcts.
TEXAS ORA
TWICE DAILY, INCLUDING SUNDAY
fl NOW PLAYING8.
World's iVUGBTBEST Spectacle
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
rfiijm
jJ4ii f y
18,000 People
Battle of
Pelerbnrg
Sherman'
March to
the Sea
Lee and
Grant at
Appomattox
5,000 Scenes
3,000 Horsei
Wad Ri'dei
of the
Ku Kfux
Klans
Atiauination
of Lincoln
The ParT lie
Women Played.
Cost $500,000
Symphony Orchestra of 30
PP I pPQ. NIGHTS Lower Floor, $1, $2; Balcony, 25c, 50c, $1
i mUt.O. MATINEES Lower Floor, 50c, ?1; Balcony, 25c, 50c
SEATS SELLING AT RYAN'S
wigwam!
i
Knickerbocker Feature
"A Slave of
Corruption"
Starring the Dainty Little Actress
AUNDER
REGULAR PRICES
Tomorrow Tomorrow
SPECIAL CONCERT
ON OUR NEW
$10550.00 HOPE-JONES UNIX
Bought from the El Paso Piano
Company.
First concert from, 10:30 to
12:30 (Pictures start at 11
Second concert, 3 to 4:30.
Third concert, 7 to 10:30.
HENRY FRANCIS PARKS, the
noted Wurhtzcr demonstrator and
pipe organist, will play the above
hours At other times it will be
played automaticallv
COME TO THE
10:30 CONCERT
WILLIAM H. ELLIOTT DIES; WAS
OWNER OF VALLEY GROCERY
illiam 11 Elliott, proprietor of the
Valle Krocer) oil San Antonio street
died Friday morning at a loeal hospit-U
at 9 a m. of intestinal trouble
He had been ill only two daj s and
was at his store earlier in the week
He was rushed to the hospital Friday
morninjc in the hope th it an operation
would sae his life, but deith came
before he rould be taken to the oper
ating room (
He is suried bv a widow ind two
small children, "William and Alaj belle
He is also survived b Mr? I" R
Northrup, of 701 Mesa avenue, and
Harvey Elliott, of Clint sistei ana
brother of the deceased.
The funeral services have not vot
been arranged and are in charge of the
J. J. Kaster Undertaking companv.
Mr. Kllfott was a member and an ac
tive worker in the First Christian
church He was a native of central
Texas but had lived here for 30 years.
K dollar saved by buying goods pro
duced elsewhere Is a dollar thrown at
your neighbor's birds.
PIIOM?
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MONTANA AUTO LIVERY
CVItS, S1.50 rEIt HOIK.
In Her Lateit and Best Plays
Sun. Mat. & Night
Tues. Mat. & Night
Makings Mrs. Matt
,K O
Mon. Night Last Time Here
Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary
Prices 50c to $2.00. Mail Orders Now.
Seats at Ryan's Drug Store.
SKMrOfrk
In the Most Pleasing Play of the Season
Originally "The Girl From Macy's"
Big Scenes From the City's Bright Side
Bustanoby's Restaurant
Night Scenes at Rector's
The Chorus of "Ziegfield's Follies"
One of New York's Big Department Stores With
Charming Miss Dawn at the Ribbon Counter
To Miss This Film Is to Miss One of the Joys of Life
OXFORDS
Don't miss visiting our Big Sale
of "Women 's Oxford's in the Econ
omy Basement. Over 1000 pairs
of Oxfords are in this sale and
the savings are remarkable. A
big range of sizes and styles to
select from. Some of the specials
are noted below.
Mail Orders Filled
At Sale Prices
I 1 I I
X353 Ladies Gun Metal Colonial
Pumps, welt soles, leather Louis
heels. A big
bargain at. . . .
X354 Ladies' Gun Metal Pumps,
cut steel ornament, turn soles, Cu
ban heeds.
$3.45
$2,45
$2.45
X365 Ladies Dull Kid Pumps,
with black bow, turn soles. leather
Cuban heels,
at
X186 Ladies' patent leather vamp
with strap, black beaded ornament,
turn soles, Cuban (j O 1 Cj
heels, at tP3. lO
X182 Ladies' Lavaher Pumps with
patent vamp, ivory shade cloth
quarter, leather Louis heels. An
excellent alue tf O O I-
., O.OO
X1S3 Ladies all Patent Leather
Strap Pumps, short vamp, leather
Cuban heels, turn d O Off
ales, worth $6. at. iJ0L?
X104 Ladies' patent leather vamp,
turn soles, patent covered wooden
Louis heels, gray (fcO A C
cloth quarter, at. . . $ T"0
"$2.45
X107 Ladies leather vamp, turn
soles, gray cloth quarter, with strap,
wooden Louis heels, tf O A
XI27 Ladies Patent Kid Two
Strap Pumps, Cuban
heels, turn soles, at,
XI62 Ladies all Patent Colonial
Pumps, short vamp, turn sole, leath
er Louis heels, d O A J
X167 Ladies' Patent Leather Co
lonial Pumps, welt sole, Cuban
heels. An extra d O " C
value at vPJ 1 3
X166 Ladies patent leather Tamp,
gray cloth inlaid quarter, leather
Louis heels, welt
soles, worth $5,
X503 Ladies' White Canvas
Pumps, tum soles, covered wooden
Louis heels. Econ- JO 1 Cj
omy Basement.... Lplij It
X503 Laches patent -vamp, white
cloth quarter and covered Louis
heels, a real smart strap slipper.
Economy Base- dJQ E
ment PDJ?
X99 Ladies patent leather "Mary
Jane" Slippers. A full range of
sizes to select dJO ff
from, at tP-.UU
;!'. $3.45
Extra Special
TUST to add interest to our Big Sale of Oxfords we offer an extra
special for Saturday. This special is several styles in Ladies"
Canvas Button and Lace Boots. All sizes and "1 fl"l
the Economy Basement price is P Ji vlvl
"BOY SCOUT' SHOES
In the "Economy" Basement we offer tomorrow a special value in "Boy
Scout" shoes. These are black and tan elkskin shoes and prices are:
Sizes 8 to 11, special at $2.00
Sizes liy2 to 2, special at $235
Sizes 2V2 to 7, special at '..... $2.50
Thomton-McKeel Shoe Co.
221 San Antonio St.
Through the Block to Texas
The UiliyUL Sunday
1
The Sweetest Flower of the Screen, Who
Starred in "Barbara Frietchie,"
now appearing in
A delightful photoplay in five superb acts, pre
senting a romantic and unusual story, replete
with thrills and clever contrasts. Adapted for
the screen by Harry 0. Hoyt from the story by
Mary Louise Downing.
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You See Stars In Metro Pictures (j
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