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The Two Republics Life insurance
A. KRAKAUER, President
S. T. TURNER, Vice President
W. W. TURNEY, Vice President
EPES RANDOLPH, Vice President
JUAN TERRAZAS, Vice President
E. E. PERRENOT, V. P. & Gen. Mgr.
W. COOLEY, Treasurer
B. M. WORSHAM, Medical Director
A. Krakauer, Pres. Krakauer, Zork & Moye, El Paso.
W. W. Turney, Pres. Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso.
Epes Randolph, Vice-President Southern Pacific Railway Co. of Mexico, Tucson.
W. Cooley, Vice-President Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso.
D. W. Shanks, Pres. Compania Rio Plata, Chihuahua.
J. F. Brittingham, Capitalist, Torreon.
W. L. Tooley, Vice-President First National Bank, El Paso.
W. T. Hixson, Hixson Jewelry Co., El Paso.
H. J. Simmons, Vice-President and General Manager, E. P. & S. W. System, El Paso.
W. H. Small, President First National Bank, Lordsburg.
H. M. Denney, Sheriff, Alamogordo.
E. Ganz, President National Bank of Arizona, Phoenix. I
A. Schwartz, President Popular Dry Goods Co., El Paso. , -
H. D. Bowman, President Bowman Bank & Trust Co., Las Cfuces.
T. M. Wingo, President American National Bank, El Paso.
H. S. Van Gorder, Manager Stores Department, Detroit Copper Co., Morenci.
W. L. Gaines, Manager Armour & Co., El Paso.
G. Zork, Krakauer, Zork & Moye, Chihuahua.
W. S. Clayton, Clayton Gram Co., El Paso.
A. B. Fall, Capitalist, Three Rivers, N. M. "
Hy. Seggerman, Custom Broker, Juarez.
M. B. Davis, Supt. Wells Fargo Express Co., El Paso.
Luis E. Torres, Military Governor State of Sonora, Hermosillo. i
H. P. Jackson, Jackson Grocery Co., El Paso.
B. M. Worsham, Physician and Surgeon, El Paso. -
A. B. Renehan, President Capitol City Bank, Santa Fe. ." Fl- .
R. M. Turner, President El Paso Bank & Trust Co., El Paso.
William Dale, President Chihuahua Investment Co., Chihuahua.
F. C. Earle, Manager El Paso Smelting Works, El Paso.
Juan Terrazas, Capitalist, Chihuahua.
E. E. Perrenot, Vice-President and General manager, Two Republics, El Paso
S. T. Turner, Vice-President Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso.
W. R. Martin, Supt. El Paso Union Depot ,Co., El Paso. ,
W. C. Davis, Davis Lumber Co., El Paso.
Aug. Andreas, Vice-President City National Bank, El Paso.
James Clifford, Clifford Brothers, El Paso.
J. XL Sweeney, Attorney, EI Paso. s
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Banquet at Their Home in
Commemoration of Dis
covery of America.
Tribute to Christopher Columbus
the man -who didnt get the credit
was made "Wednesday night by 130
Knights of Columbus, their wives and
sweethearts who sat at banquet in the
lodge room of the home of the local
council. It -was "Discovery Day," t'
41Sth anniversary of the landing of the
roost successful of explorers, but only
"was it commemorated in El Paso by
the Catholic-American fraternal and
There was profusion of good things
to eat, music and oratory. The diners
THE PROPER ATTIRE
VEST "White, single
TROUSERS Same ,s
coat, with, braid on
SHIRT White, with
COLLAR Poke or lap
TIE White, plain or
GLOVES White glace.
links and studs.
WEHAVE THEM ALL
"Best By Test"
sat at three long tables with a fourth
board for the speakers at the head of
the spacious halL Walls were hung
-vrith flags of many sizes, and festoons
of yellow and white bunting. From be
h'nd two huge banners the orchestra
of Rito Medina played throughout the
serving of the? eight courses. On the
table in front of the speakers, stood a
globe of the world, and little toy ships
were passed about in imitation of the
world discovering cruise.
After an invocation 'by Rev. F. C.
Roy, chaplain, Joseph M. Nealon, a past
grand knight, took the floor as toast
master. "If Columbus had not dis
covered America, there would be no
El Paso, and we Tvould not be here to
night," he said. 'Celebration of 'this
day is not confined to the United
States. It is being made north of "us
in North America, and south of us in
Mexico and Panama."
"Knighthood and Ladyhood, and Co
lumbus and Isabella," was what Rev.
Leo Krentz talked about, sayingt "We
are not fighting any bloody battles, but
it is the same." The priest mentioned
divorce as against chivalry. "To cast
out woman is merely to return to pa
ganism," he declared, "divorce is but
asserting the power of man, who suf
fers the least by it."
History of the Order.
Then Joseph E. Morgan, grand
knight, told of the order of Columbus,
the cardinal objects of ' its 250,000
knights and of its development from
a small beginning in the United States
into a general organization of Catholic
laymen in nearly every American coun
Thos. W. Nealon dwelt on the lack of
recognition being given the discovery
of America by Americans themselves.
As illustration he explained that the
council could not procure in El Paso
a print of the noted painting of Colum
bus's landing, that the face of the
greatest discoverer was not listed in
catalogs. "But each immigrant has a
discovery day for himself," he said.
Some Appropriate Toasts.
Young men of the order made the
conventional toasts. E. J. O'Connell
paraphrased Mark Twain's tribute to
"The Babies:" Henry D. Perrault toast
ed "The Ladies" with gusto, and J. A.
Forsyth, "The Bachelor Knight," raised
a Question as to bachelorhood of Co
A piano solo was rendered by Miss
May Kuneman, and "America't was
sung by all present as culmination of
the program. Those directly making
the afair a success were of a commit
tee: D. P. Long, chairman, Charles Le
Baron, Martin Sweeney, and Joseph M.
For the Woman That's Fat.
A Detioit physician says that the
cheapest and safest mixture a fat wo
man who wants to get thin can use is
ounce Marmola (get it in the orig
inal -ounce package) ounce Fluid
Extract Cascara Aromatic and
ounces Peppermint Wafer. The proper
amount to take is a teaspoonful after
meals and at bedtime.
These ingredients may be obtained
from any druggist at small cost, and
make a combination that is not only
excellent as a fat reducer, being able,
i is claimed, to take off a pound a day
without causing wrinkles, but is also
a splendid help to the system as a
whole, regulating the stomach and J
bowels (where the fat person's troubles
begin), and clearing the skin of pimples
and blotches. No exercise is required
to help the remedy in its work and, best
of all, no dieting is necessary while
taking it you can eat what you like.
Madero From San Antonio
Urges Countrymen in
and found a governor had been named
fr,om Mexico City to supersede hir.i.
Juan Sanchez Azcona, editor of
Mexico Nuevo, had his newspaper
plant raided three times and everybody
carried off, including the girls who
wrapped the papers. After the third
raid, Azcona was told that a fourth
would mean a penitentiary term, and
he, too, came to the United States.
A score or more others might be cit
ed, all run out jof Mexico. A list of
prominent newspapers might be quoted,
all having been confiscated by the of
ficials. Among them were "El Anti-Re-Electionista,"
"La Voz de Juarez,"
"Mexico Nuevo," "El Democrata" and
LOCAL AABOR UNIONS ADOPT
RESOLUTIONS OF REGRET
San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 13. Al
though he has made the announcement
that he positively has no intention of
starting a revolutionary propaganda
in the United States against President
Diaz and the government of Mexico, it
is believed that Francisco I. Madero.
anti-reelectionist candidate for the
presidency, now sojourning here, is un
der surveillance of secret service men
or President Diaz, who are prepared toi
snap him up on any suspicious raave
that he might make. Madero is the
recipient of much attention from tho
Mexican population of San Antonio, al
though no demonstration has as yet
been made in behalf of him.
In a manifesto issued Madero slates
that he will continue a peaceful cam
paign in his candidacy for president
against Diaz. Madero has been called
upon by a number of prominent Mexi
can refugees who are in the city,
among these being Juan Sanchez Az
cona, former editor of Mexico Nuevo,
one of the great democratic dailies or
Mexico City, which "was three times
confiscated and put out of business by
agents of Diaz, and Enrique Rangel,
also a refugee.
Long' List of Reformi.
With the advent of Francisco Ma
dero to join the refugee colony in San
Antonio, the number receives a strong
man and one whose activity has been
directed toward the acquisition of
more political rights for the Mexicans.
Some others have been forced lo go to
Europe, others to New York and still
others to Spain.
Bernardo Reyes, former governor of
the state of Nuevo Leon, grew active
in his propaganda for vice president
in opposition to Ramon Corral. Tho
result was that Reyes and his house
hold were practically made prisoners at
his country home south of Monterey,
troops guarding every exit. Reyes was
given the alternative of resigning his
job and going to Europe as "special
military envoy," or of being made
prisoner. He went to Europe and is
now in Paris.
Heriberto Barron, a lawyer and or
ator, incurred the displeasure of U'az
and had to flee. He beat the police to
the Ward liner "Vigilancia m the port
of Vera Cruz. Police demanded that
he be returned to the authorities but
Barron held the captain up to the in
ternational law vnich forbade the
entrance of foreign soldiers on an
American boat in peaceful waters.
The soldiers failed to get Barron and
he is now in New York.
Lost His Job.
Miguel Cardenas, governor, of the
state of Coahuila, grew too intimate
with Reyes and his job was taken
away from him over night. He went
to the executive palace 'one morning
Take Action on the Recent Los An
geles Disaster; New Officers Se
lected for Central Body.
At the regular meeting of the Cen
tral Labor union in Union Labor hall
at which delegates were present re
presenting 17 different labor bodies,
aside from routine business the ques
tion of sending a delegate to the an
nual convention of the American Fed
eration of Labor at St. Louis, Nov. 14,
was discussed and referred to the
various organizations for their con
sideration and report upon two weeks
Delegate R. M. Campbell of the
Painters union was chosen as a mem
ber of the auditing board in lieu of
delegate Braun, resigned.
Reports from the various delegates
showed work fairly good among the
diferent trades represented therein.
The regular reports of the secretary-treasurer
and the auditing board
showed the body In a fair financial
condition as well as peace and har
mony existing among practically all
tho affiliated trades.
In the matter of the Los Angeles
catastrophe the folowing resolutions
were adopted by a unanimous vote:
"Whereas, as delegates to the Cen
tral Labor union of El Paso, Texas, wo
bow our heads in reverence for the
sorely afflicted suferers of the Los
Angeles catastrophe, and in spirit
stand with them at the open grave of
their dead husbands and "'fathers,
breathing a silent prayer for the ap
prehension and punishment of the
"Resolved, that we commend and ap
plaud the prompt action of our
brothers In .California, in offering re
wards i for the apprehension and con
viction of the perpetrators of the out
rage, and In rendering what assistance
they could to the management of the
Times to enable it to continue opera
tions. Resolved, further, we deplore the un
just action of enemies of union labor
in making unwarrarnted and ground
less charges against organized labor.
PEOPLE IN EL
NO ONE WOULD
suspect you of using Wells' Hair Bal
sam, it so gradually and perfectly re
stores gray hair to natural, original
color. 50c and 1.00 at druggists.
Mutt and Jeff are witn us. Another
appearance today on sport page. Every
day In The Herald hereafter.
Don't trifle with a cold is good advice
for prudent men and women. It may.
be vital In case of a child. Tnere is
nothing better than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for coughs and colds in
children. It is safe andvsure. For sale
by all dealers.
From Nerr Mexico.
At the St. Regis S. Lindauer, Dem
ing: A. O. Bailey, Columbus; E. H.
Buhford, Lake Valley; H. S. Fairbank,
Carrizozo; Leonidas W. Smith, Silver
At the Orndorff M. Freudenthal
and wife, Las Cruces; Mrs. S. Manasse,
At the Angelus Mrs. A. F. Morri
sett, Belen; Miss Elizabeth Morrisett,
Belen; G. W. Morris, Tucumcari; C.
D. Beeth, Tucumcari; Joseph Klein, Las
At the Zeiger John L. Burnside,
Silver City; Robert Herrington, Co
lumbus; P. E. Dessauer, Las Cruces;
James Durham, Columbus; Edward
Ehle, Las Cruces: Allen J. Papin, Las
At the Grand Central E. C. Wade
anT2: wife. Las Cruces; C. G. Seeley. Oro
Grande; B. J. Vlljoen, Berino; C. A.
Viljoen, Chamberino; Antonio Chavez,
Las Cruces; Ganzalez Arellano, Las Cru
ces. From Arizona.
At the, t.' Regis W. E. Osborne,
Phoenix; J. W. McAleer, Globe.
At the Orndorff H. C. Kanefi.Doug
las; Dave Curran, TemperCbarles T.
Rogers, Calabasas. WSnli"
At the Angelus F. BoesceaJgDoug
las; A. C. Higglns, TucsonI 'Jagf
.ax tne zeiger . j,y- 4j"J''
At the St. Regis L. S. Mtcomb
Dallas; J. Semshelmer, GalvtestQH.f
At the Orndorff S. C. 'SchalS; ISan'
At the Angelus John A. Lead. Dal-
At the Zeiger Gaspar Giron and
family, San Elizario; F. G. Oxoeer, Fort
Worth. W '
From Mexico. " . i
At the St Regis Wm. McKnight j
and wife, Jfiiare ue isacozari. -w js
At the Orndorff R. Renden'an3
wife, Chihuahua; E. Alcala, Torreon,
At the Zeiger Mrs. Paul Ginthernd
children, Santa Rosalia; Mrs. Martinez,
Mexico City; J. Moreno Sallda, Alamos,
Sonora; L. F. Foster, Las Palomas, Chi
huahua. At the Grand Central Alejandro
Campillo, Hermosillo, Sonora; W. P.
McClenny, Madera, umnuanua; j. Gar
cia Fovar, Chihuahua: J. C. Crist, Pear
son, Chia.: L. Lopez Guera, Chihuahua;,
Bersabi Garcia, Chihuahua: M. P. de
Garcia, Chihuahua: Rosario Garcia,
Chihuahua: M. J. Armendariz, Chihua
hut; R. D. Seggerson, Chihuahua; C.
Brooks, Chihuahua; H. Contreras, Chi
huahua. From the Pacific Coast.
At the St. Regis F. A. Kenny, Berke
ley, Cal.; Mrs. H. L Percy, Los An
geles; Vernon Job, San Francisco; Har
ry Noak, Los Angeles; N. Keram, San
Francisco; E. Gracobbi, San Francisco.
At the Orndorff F. J. Fitzsimons,
At the Angelus J. Johnson, Los An
geles; C. H. Purfell, wife and daugh
ter, San Francisco.
At the Zeiger A. H. Long, Califor
nia. At the Grand Central R. Douglas,
Willard, Cal.; Henry Sullivan, Willard,
Gal.; Harry Sullivan, Willard, Cal.
From New York.
rAt the Sjt. Regis Leon Schiff, Tra
bue Van Culin, E. W. Enman. ATl
Slavens, J. B. Naylor.
At the Grand Central M. M. Wil
son. From Chicago.
At the SL Regis H. D. Weeks, Y.
Shrader, H. Richardson and wife, W. N.
At the Orndorff W. J. Watklns,
John A. Manly, B. Miller.
At the Angelus J. R. Fincher, B.
Frame, F. H. Coppernoll, R. M. Smith.
At the Zeiger H. D. Weeks, J. F.
At the St. Regis J. Hecht and wife,
St Louis; T. D. Smith, St. Louis.
At the Orndorff George F. Hibbard,
St. Louis; H. K. Millspaugh, Kansas
At the Grand Central H. Hope and
At the St. Regis El Chambless, New
Orleans; J. A. Tabbe, wife and son,
Lincoln, III.; W. C. Liddell, Pittsburg,
Pa.; T. Hawke, England; J. W. Shep
hard, St. Paul, Minn.; J. H. Zadeck,
Denver, Colo; C. E. Benedict, Denver,
Colo.; S. S. Campbell, Boston, MaSs.;
C. P. Chastensee, Denver, Colo.; H. H.
Reid, Detroit, Mich.; Leslie H. Webb,
At the Orndorff C. R. Wilson, Buf
falo, N. Y.; G. A. Mackie, Jullaetta,
Idaho; J. J. Becke, Ranon, Colo.; G. K.
lAnthony, tMinnjeapotis, "Minn.; G. F.
Mitchell, Milwaukee, Wis.; F. H.
Langdon, Denver, Colo.; E. K. Wil
liams, jr., Rosne, La.
At the Angelus Earl V. Alcorn, At
lanta, Ga.; E. M. Davis, T. & P. audi
tor; C. Baidy, T. & P. auditor; William
Douglas and wife, Oklahoma City.
J Okla; J. F. Lewis, Panama.
At the Zeiger B. Smith, Denver,
Colo.; Joseph Gay, Denver, Colo.; A.
U. Lenhart, Huron, S. D.; Mrs. H. ,A.
Lenhart,, Huron, S. D.
At the Grand Central X E. Neuman,
Indianapolis, Ind.: C. J. Pumroy. Pan
nel, Okla.; E. H. Sutherland, Misha
meats on the main channel of that har
bor. During his idle moments Gen. Mar
shal invented many contrivances
which are now in general use with
civil enginers. Among his inventions
are automatic movable dams, lock
gates, and valves, etc When presi
dent Taft decided that he wanted to
know something about the big irriga
tion projects which were transform
ing the arid west and southwest into
a garden of blooms, he picked out
Brig. Gen. William Louis Marshal, to
head the list of his Investigators. Gen.
Marshal is the dean of the engineering
board. Of the other members of the
board, Lieut. CoL John Biddle has
seen active service as chief engineer of
the volunteer army in the Spaaish
American war. He was a member of
the Porto Rican expedition and later
saw service in the Philippines. Upon
his return to the United States he was
appointed commander of Washington,
j HEADS ARMY BOARD
Cren. Marshall Also Discov-
,ered Gold Placers on
-j3an Miguel River.
Perhaps the greatest monument to
Gen. William L. Marshal's persever
ence's is his discovery of Marshal's
pass -across the Rocky mountains in
1873. He was at that time in charge
of the Colorado section of "explora
tions west of the 100th meridian." It
Iwas jOr. this expedition that he also
dlcove"red' the gold placers of Marshal
sBasin ox, the San Miguel river, Colo
At the .ime of Gen. Marshal's discov
er! of the pass which bears his name,
the -westeti country was some wild
atKU wooly tand the famous pass was
threaded-, only after the severest
Other woik which goes to fill up
the general's 64 years of activity was
sippi. Louisiana and Arkansas and
other importtnt work on the Missis
sippi river, improvements on the har
bours of Lake Michigan, on the Calu
met, Chicago, niinois and Rock rivers,
111., and on the Fox and Wisconsin
rivers in Wisconsin. He was in charge
of the construction' of the Hennepin
canal from 1SS0 "to 1900. His next
work was as en,?ineer'ln charge of con
struction of for ifications at the east
ern and southern entrances to the
harbor of New-orkanoN on improve-
New Sliipment Of Mat
tresses At the House
hold Furnishing Co.
Anyone desiring to secure a genuiat
cotton felt mattress would do well to
visit tne El Paso Household Furnishing
company on the corner of Stanton and
Mills streets, and Inspect the fine new
shipment that has Just been received
there. Realizing that the public Is de
manding mattresses of the better kind
this company is prepared to offer some
thing out of the ordinary in both qual
ity and price.
These mattresses jare made of genu
ine cotton felt in beautiful patterns of
art tick and weigh 45 pounds- each.
They also have the Imperial edge wnich
prevents spreading. Every mattress
Is sold with an absolute guarantee.
NOT FOR WOMAN'S CHARITY,
BUT FOR SUNSHINE SOCIETY
Tickets are being sold by children
for the benefit of the proposed day nur
sery of the Sunshine society. This
work has no connection with the baby
clinic and school for mothers con
ducted by the Woman's Charity Associ
ation with the cooperation of city and
county officials. Inquiries prompt this
If the Summer feroHgrkt ott unsightly
Spots. You can remove them Easily.
Do you know how easy it is to re
move those ugly spots so that no one
will call you freckle-face?
Simply get an ounce of Othine
double strength, from Potter Drug Co.,
and one night's treatment will show
you how easy it is to rid yourself of
freikles and get a beautiful complexion.
Now that the summer has brought its
crop of freckles to most women, there
is an unusual demand for Othine and
in October the druggist some times find
it difficult to get sufficient to supplv
all calls. Be sure to ask for the double
strength Othine, as It Is Isold under
guarantee of money back if it fails to
remove the freckles