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02/25/2018 12:03:44

       
       
       
       



02/25/2018 09:57:08

GOOD SUNDAY MORNING, TO YOU MY FRIEND, HAVE A WONDERFUL & BLESSED DAY XOXO'S 


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02/24/2018 19:39:00

TILLIE HOWARD'S BROTHEL, 214 S. MESA ST., 1902

On June 25, 1958, the story "Last of Parlor Houses Comes Down" appeared in the El Paso Herald-Post:

"A brownstone
mansion that enjoyed notoriety in pioneer days as Tillie Howard's Place
is the last of El Paso's fancy parlor houses to fall to demolition
crews.

"Workmen directed by
Contractor C.C. Phillips are razing the two-story building at 214 S.
Mesa street to make way for a parking lot.

"In recent years it has been a hotel known as Mesa Apartments.


"The house was built by Tillie and her gambler friend, Rufe Nemo, in
1899. Tillie and Rufe had just returned from South African gold fields,
where they prospered in their respective professions.

"A souvenir booklet published to advertise the Midwinter Carnival of 1901 described Tillie's house as a show place.


"It said: 'Miss Tillie Howard has one of the most beautiful residences
in El Paso. The design is Moorish and it is built of brownstone,
contains 24 rooms and is furnished.

"Tillie's was only one of
several fancy houses that flourished in El Paso's red-light district in
the first decade of this century."

CREDIT: Barbara Given-Behne and "Remember in El Paso When..."

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02/24/2018 13:27:59

EL PASO WAS TOO TOUGH FOR NOTORIOUS GAMBLER AND GUNMAN WYATT EARP. TRISH LONG INVESTIGATES.April 22, 1966


“We are going to prove to Arizona beyond question that El Paso was too
tough for Wyatt Earp,” Chris P. Fox told City Council yesterday, Mr. Fox
appeared before Council to enlist the city’s co-operation with regard
to a new series of bronze historical tablets to be put up by the State
National Bank.

One will be a plaque titled “El Paso Too Tough For Wyatt Earp.” Wyatt Earp
came to El Paso and dropped in at the old Gem Saloon near what is now
127 South El Paso street, Mr. Fox said, and “Two fellows were shot dead
in front of his face.”

“He
had to stay overnight to testify at the next day’s legal proceedings,
but then he left town and never came back. He had come to El Paso to
look for a job,” according to Mr. Fox.

Mr. Fox predicted that the
Arizona towns of Tombstone and Tucson will receive with considerable
agitation the word that El Paso was too tough for their local hero and
that “The TV writers will have to rewrite their scripts.”

Other
plaques will be at Immaculate Conception Church, commemorating the first
Knights of Columbus council in Texas; and at Oregon street and Yandell
drive, marking the site of the first Jewish temple in El Paso. Temple
Mt. Sinai.

Two events will be re-enacted when the tables
commemorating them are unveiled. One will be a gunfight involving El
Paso Marshal Dallas Stoudenmire and badman Johnny Hale at the corner of
West San Antonio avenue and South El Paso street. The other is the
killing of Marshal Stoudenmire by Doe Manning, where the Cushion and Cue
billiard parlor is now.

There will also be a tablet on the San
Antonio avenue side of the Popular Dry Goods Co., marking the site of El
Paso’s first Masonic Lodge, Lodge 130, A.F and A.M.

Mr. Fox said
another El Paso first was Texas’ first railroad bridge over the Rio
Grande. A stone out of the bridge’s original foundation, which was near
the smelter, will have the tablet mounted on it and placed in Pioneer
Plaza.

Council authorized he bank to install the markers. Mayor
Williams complimented Mr. Fox for the historical tablets that have been
installed in the past, and said, “I get a real feeling of satisfaction
up on Scenic Point when I show the plaques there to visitors to El
Paso.”

The Knights of Columbus plaque will be the next installed,
May 17, Mr. Fox said, with the others to be presented at intervals
though the rest of the year.

http://www.elpasotimes.com/…/ci…/what-wyatt-earp-saw-el-paso

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