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4-A Wr rk-Eiid Edition, October 23-24, 1913. umrguid nc W"JUHMtfMM!Sttahl3; rHT i' JiTTr .iniiumi liu i i i imii irr-rrnTnTi I. II.1I MH'l I HIS MWihta-liyi Mllll Ml 1 1111 1MHI1II Ill I II EUHBDI DUTY TO STMT NOi 1 HP -jag. ssssstssssssssTrt agm m i n Bfl a Troops at Fort to Begin In door Work; Patrols Are Exempted From Duty. i period of garrison training for j 1 i ops of the southern department 1 be fr m November 1, MIS. to .! "I fn.iadt commanders for t - l.ncp a cordinp to instmc- - M c -,i -i d of Maj Gen. Kred- e- k Fun :on, w ill make the allot- e i of t lie between companies, bat- t 'i r - anil regiments, with a view to r i' c: it a progressive system of non tT unint. Bonier Servire ExeraplMl. ' if tj I as' n 'if the exigencies of ! sei ice organizations be un to carr it the scheme of gar i - n trait n la'd down, they will c rri ojt vut h portion of it as may be t- rticable und r the conditions of i vervire ' the order reads These r 'lif cations h n approved In the - np.ti-unt c -inlander, will excuse ' - animation fi-om carrying out the ciiip'ete- p' iirrec: c scheme. To MaWe Maps. Firt r.iet t y mil Kngel, 9th cavalry, r .v .t Donifli- riz is detailed for c"i ii m coj nection with the progres s nulltan imp of the United States. Ieae of absenc. for one month "and t d-iis is srranted to First Lieut. A. 1 otL Brown. IStli Infantry. El Paso. The leave of absence for ten days grin ted Capt. James C. Rhea. Eighth -ivalrj. headquarters Fort Bliss, is ex tended five days. Capt. Lore on Lrare. The leave of absence for two months granted Capt. James SC Love, jr, 12th infantry. Nogales. Ariz, Is under ex- r'nal circumstances, extended one month. Tie leave of absence for ten days granted first Lieut. Cbanning E. Dela Tlane. 11th Infantry. headquarters Fith brigade. Douglas, Arix, Is ex tended ten days. Leave of absence for IS days, to take effect upon the return of First T lent. George P. Stallraan. medical r "rre corps, is granted Major Irving TT Band, medical corps. Douglas, Ariz. Transfer of Teamwters. Tpon the recommendation of the re spective commanding officers, private " nsej Vanarsdel, packer, will be sent o Fort Bliss. Tex, with orders to re ort for duty as teamster in the quar 'ormister's corps. Quartermaster Sergt. Fresly Holli 1av, qtiartermaster corps now on duty with the Ninth cavalry. Douglas. Artx, n ill be ordered to report to the Sixth r.-igade for duty, relieving qarterraas - - Serfft. Louis C 'Webster, who In rn will report to the commanding "icers. Xinth cavalry, for duty. Private Raymond Barreto, company H t-d infantry. Douglas, Ariz, is -raasf erred to Troop G, Thirteenth . - airy, and will be sent to Columbus. X St. Transfer of Enlisted Men. -i-tmental surgeon, private TVHUazn .Sloan, company D. Jth Infantry, j ' rep on 5iiss. nas iw !.. i the hospital corps, and is assigned m the JOth infantry for duty. Prune Port Morris, company K. 16th i faitrv. El Paso. Is transferred to . oia,nny E. 2-nd Infantry, and will be ;. tu to Douplac Aria. ' Pnate Lester Denby. Troop C ' elith cavalry. Fort BlUM. bas been transferred to company H. Jttfe Infan-t-r same station Private Berte' Pederson, Battery C - th field a-tillery. Douglas, Arte, - been transferred to the Fourth d a roller, and will be sent to Bl X IP run (iv"r. T'pon the recommendation of the de- Looe Affair Of Bulgarian Crown Prince and Princess Olga Is Again Discussed Sofia. Bulgaria, Oct. S3 The an nouncement that prince Boris, the crown prince of Bulgaria, will be com mandennchief of the Bulgarian army, recalls the love affair between him and the Russian emperor's eldest daughter, the princess Olga. The engagement has been announced by the papers on two occasions, and, while not officially confirmed, his visits to the czar have given color to the romance. He knows Petrograd better than any city outside his own country, and prefers it to any other foreign cltv Prince Boris is only 21 vears old and is the eldest of four children by king Ferdinand's first wife, the princess Marie Louise of Parma. While king Ferdinand remains a Roman Catholic, prince Boris is a Greek Catholic The prince's conversion, which took place at the early age of 2 years, was a con dition demanded by Russia in return for Russian recognition of Ferdinand as king. When only 4 years old. the little prince astonished the Russian court on his first visit to Petrograd by bis pre cocious knowledge of the niceties of etiquet- The rule of the Russian court givec precedence to ecclesiastical over lay dignitaries. When attending court, the child prince never made a mistake in distinguishing between the two. kiss ing the hands of the churchmen and presenting his own hand to the laymen to be kissed. IS EII TED Figures of Fleet as it Will be if Bill Passes, Given by Experts. partment quartermaster, private Geo. B. Berry, quartermaster corps. Hachita. X X, is appointed private first class, quartermasters eorps, and will be sent to Fort Apache, Ariz. Private Walter C. Williams, quarter masters corps, detachment of the Eighth brigade bakery. Fort Bliss, has been transferred to detachment quar termaster corps. Fort Bliss. Tinder anthorlty from the war de partment quartermaster Sergt. Walter Mielcarek, quartermaster corps. Hach ita, X. M, will be sent to Manila. P. I. on transport sailing from San Fran cisco on Xovember S. Farrier for 13th. Farrier William T. J Ryan. ISth cavalry, now at Fort Bliss, is trans ferred to troop JC 13th cavalry, and will be sent to Fabens, Texas. Private Joe S. Mulkey, company B, 18th infantry, Douglas. Ariz, has been transferred to company L, 20th infan try, and will be sent to Camp Fort Bliss. Upon the recommendation of the de partment quartermaster, private Robert Rolloff. company L. 20th Infantry. Camp Fort Bliss, is transferred to the ouartermaster corps', appointed a pri vate of the first class and assigned to that station for duty with the 20th in fantry wagon train. For Clerk at Depot. Pay clerk Horace E. Wilson, is re lieved from further duty at Fort Bliss, and will proceed without delay to the El Paso depot quartermaster for dutv. Private Zack Campbell, company F, ISth infantry. El Paso, has been trans ferred to the qtiartermaster corps for duty with the lth infantry wagon train and the same transfer and ad vance has been made for private Frank Allen, company E, ISth Infantry. Private Howard G. Ganlfleld. battery B, Sixth field artillery. Douglas. Ariz, has been transferred to the 20th In fantry. Private TJHces H. Hill, troop E. ISth cavalry, Fabens, Tex, has been trans ferred to the quartermasters corps and will be sent to Columbus, X. K, for duty as teamster with the ISth cavalry wagon train. Bandsman Transferred, . Musician Charlie Hall, company H. 20th infantry. Camp Port Bliss, has been transferred to the quartermasters corps nd assigned to that station for duty. Private Leo H.,Wilking. company L. 11th infantry. Douglas, Ariz, has been transferred to the quartermasters Washington. D. C, Oct 21. What the United States navy will be in ISIS ' if the administration's defence program is approved by congress, was described Thursday by navai experts. The strength of the navy will be. Battleships of the first line. 27. These ships all carry more than eight big guns each, most of them mounted twelve 14 Inch SO caliber rifles, the new weapons recently developed by the ordnance bureau, and believed the equal or superior of any navy gun now afloat. ifatuesnips of the second line. 14. j These ships all carry four heavy guns each and some of them have a speed or . nearly 20 knots. I Reserve battleships, nine. These . ships are now in command or in re serve. The oldest ship Is the Iowa, commanded In 1907. The Oregon, Mas- I saehusetts and Indiana, will have gone I to the scrap heap within two or three j years. Six Battle Crnlserx. Battle cruisers, six. They will mount eight 14 Inch SO caliber rifles and hae a speed of 3S knots. Scout cruisers 13. This includes the Salem. Chester and Birmingham, the only scouting ships now in the navj. I Destroyers 9S. This figure allows for the retirement of IS destroyers built before 1898 and does not take In to account 19 torpedo boats, many or which are still in service. AVlll Jlaie 1(17 Submariaes. Fleet submarines, 18. The Schley, 1 first vessel of this type designed for the navy, will be launched in a few days. Coast defence submarines, 149. This figures all submersible of this type now built or building and allows for the retirement of nine boats of the A and B classes Gunboats, 31. These vessels are for river and shallow harbor use The new program will add only two ves sels to this type. The Itenerve Fleet. In addition to the foregoing there are ten armored cruisers, fie protected cruisers, four second class cruisers. 1 second class cruisers and nine coast defence monitors available for reserve ffeet duty. I ARE YOU BETTER OFF FINANCIALLY today tharf you were yesterday, last week, fast month or last year? If not, "you are back sliding. Stop and have a little talk with yourself. 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RAINEVS VITALITY TABLETS dJ1'u.ertomh.ridito?ti.ebio0d.bniH. K.liS52tr-ISi!7:,?J!?!h.i"!fb.:!onttlD;S . "ut al a free box at my iSSSSS ImproTCd Formals. I uk oolj ;tbat joa .od K)c .tamp, or coin, to PMtUUjdsIrar cortir ijSlSi IS pacinsontiie2ni(iiciD. lcm't deUr writing. Send today. -juioipowB ua - '''"'' .:n..............,..m..M...m..Mr,.mwwmrnmml COUPON FOR FREE FUIX J1.00 BCX-SIsn and Mall At Once! Dr. Jon M. fUioer. (lac) Deptl 13 J36 W. Late Street. Cbicaro. in. I enclote 10 d. for pottare and pjcfang. Semd at occe br roait. in piai'n package. $1.00 Box of DR. RAIJFVS VITAUTy rtBLETS.IMPSOVED FORMULAUo FK&BOXOFDR.RAlMEY'S LAXATIVES IMPROVED FORMULA, wthtmt co.t or cbhrition to me. A!roifnffiUrH bS NAME v ADDRESS . . .... . ..-.. .......,,.........,........,......... .. .......... - . Issfi Hill tTfS terrP . o V a,n corps of tbe 11th infantry wag-on train Private Frank Whitlow, troop G. llth cavalry. Columbus. X. M has been transferred to the quartermasters corps and assigned to the 13th cavalry wagon train. Di.rbnrgea Ordered. The following named enlisted men will be discharged from the armv by purchase, by the commanding officers of their respective stations: Port Bliss Private Kay Lyons, troop , 15th cavalry: private Harry Schimel- I man. troop A, 15th cavalry: farrier Bartlett W. Goldman, troop M. Eighth I cavalrv; private John H. Ridge, troop I jr. Eighth cavalry: private Artnur K Dohrau, troop M. Kighth cavalry, pri vate Levi Lyman, troop I. Sightb. cav alry; private Albert It Slater, troop L, Eighth cavalry. Camp Fort Bliss Private Gabriel Kagy, company L, Seventh Infantry, private Harry H. Weeks, company M, Seventh infantry. ,n tAMn T? 13th aravalrv- Tirivate ) Georse H. Schrameyer, troop M. llth cavaln"- UouKlaa DUebarers. Douglas. Aria. Private Arnett Bar nett. company K. ISth Infantry, private Floyd Groan, company I. llth infan try, corporal Emil Hug. battery B. Sixth field artillery: private John V. Hardy, company F, 22nd Infantry, pri vate Rnssell F. Davidson, band sixth field artillerv. private Fred Kinsley, company C. llth Infantry, corporal Ray Goddard. band, 22nd Infantry. El Paso Private Percy R. Wallace. mounted orderly section headquarters company. Sixth iniantry: private Marry J. Brown, company C, Sixth infantry. Fabens, Tex. Wagoner Earl R. Burch. troop K. ISth cavalry; private Charles L. Kimball, troop K, ISth cavalry. Nogales. Arix. Sergt. Delbert C. Brown, company I 12th infantry. Bakers and Cooks. 1'nder instructions from the war de pnrtment, the following named enlist ed men have been detailed for Instruc tion at ihe training school for bakers and cooks. Fort Sam Houston. Tex. Fort Bliss Julius Baron, company D. 20th infantry. Douglas. Arix. James W. Hudson, company A. llth Infantry. KI Paso Private Gustaf C. Swanson. company E. Sixth Infantry: private Hart R. Bayberry. company A. lth In fantry. Nogales. Ariz. Private Forrest W. Hawkins, company B. 12th infantry. Douglas. Arix. Private Walter It Lotx, company F. 18th infantry: private John P Helm, company D. 22nd infantrj : private Harmon E. Jones, battery A. Sixth field artillerv. EI Paso. Tex. Private Ransome P. Ellott. company B, ISth infantry Santa Claus To Take. War Tous In Bewildering Array To British Toh This Year London, Eng, Oct. 2 The nursery j promises to bo an arsenal, witn every modern war device of defence this forthcoming Christmas season, for the British toy manufacturers have turned mit an 3lmnt bewildering variety of war toys and games An anti-aircraft breech-loading steel gun which, like the i famous French 75-mm . has all Its parts j interchangeable, is also fitted with a j periscope and elevating crew. This win he flanked by a humble re lation In the- form of a wooden air- craft gun with metal elevation screws. Sixty-pounder and 4.7 cannon which by means of a lamp arranged near the . f . w.rf.-na. wrltl nniTA 4 realistic bang-, augment the- Christmas nursery defences. Maneuvers are performed by "Bom bo," one of the novelties in war fames, nlan ilti-iut nervine- TirVCtfiA almTTtfL Colored Illustrations of German cities ' stand round a central pivot, rouna which circle two of the allies airplanes. These carry bombs which explode when a spring is touched. NEW DEMOCRATIC CLUB BEING ORGANIZED, WARE SAYS The valley is stronger for the EI Paso County and Ieraocratic club than ever before, was the declaration of . B. are, president of the club, at the meeting Friday night. "Ist summer, when judge Adrian Pool was elected county judge," he stated, "there was only one man in Socorro who had not joined the club He is now a member. "Our club is gaining in membership right along, and there has not been a meeting when we have not elected new men to the club. At the last meeting were elected 39 and tonight we h.ve received 53 applications." Mr Ware read the names of tbe new members and fiey were unanimously elected. He stated that b November 12, the next meeting night, there would be Jftt new applications. He told of li i'!fr heard of some feeble efforts to c-gan zc another club, but declared that the Kl P iso County and Clt .Demoi.'-aUc elub is strong enough to control the situation Mr. Ware urged all to pay their poll tax carlv and aNo to w ork for now members for the club i Rj Br gq ncc 1 1 !l WE EXTEND TO YOU A CORDIAL INVITATION THAT WILL PAY YOU BIG TO ACCEPT dollars to vou to come to this store if in need of anything in the House Furnishing line. These spec- j St onlv Tfew of the bargains that await you here. Don't fail to give us that call now. If you do 1 It means inls Tonrftsent we both lose. Coine Monday without fail Three Extra Specials Sn Fine la-Carts Nothing so good has ever beea offered in El Paso for this law price. This Cart is "a thing of beauty and a joy forever." This cut This elegant Cart has full nickle mud guards, large roomy body with reclin ing back, leatherette storm hood, beautiful push han dle, heavy rubber tires, full collapsible steel body. Reg- ular $14.00 dQ value; Mon P O J J does not do half justice to this beautiful Cart. The frame is made of light round tubing, the hood is extra large. 4 bows being necessary to support it. The ' storm, hood can be used or closed at pleasure. You will miss a great bargain if you need a Cart and don't buy this one. Only a few to go at these prices and probably will all be sold by Monday noon. Regular price d " O Q C $1 150. Special Monday price, only 9 L&t,ZJJ Dresser Speeia! This small Dresser is mide of solid oak, has a good mirror and three large roomy drawers, plenty good enough for that back room. Spec ial on sale, tf 7 F tjU. S J T only HbX itfMssBsHslssbsw ask T&EsEf3e feJJfc3wS5ifc&ftJ ? idH I VI SPECIAL 9 H m 1 for only H - - 'r"-r-i K i li lisll sl ai ( i xi I C S 91 && S . "I w w n " S I 1 j ' i " 13 smJ n linn ' i m im-M I ..1 1 iml wV i KSLLH "- S.-SBK I ' ' MP ll I -IpWKX. H fefa-" j'"tHiyl:-''''!i!-J, at 9j ff' JfiiJlMllU III"HIII" llMllUllllllll"'""""11" 1- I i h KArar I Si s a mw.v&p&sbrn if Bw-WHagMttwtuiHH.;UMag5B R 0 C K E This elegant Rocker is new in design, very comfortable and will last many years, being upholstered in a guaranteed fabric which no one can tell by sight from genuine leather. Don't miss this one. A Monday special ( " A f? C ................... P 1 tCJJ Carpet Department THIS IS THE STORE IN WHICH TO BUY YOUR FLOOR COVERINGS Tl best Rugs that are made are the kind sold at ROGERS. Our line embraces an excellent assortment of all the popular weaves, patterns and sizes, including the highest grade Wiltons in exclusive Persian pat terns that are gems of color harmony and classic design. We are showing a brand new lot of the more staple Axminsler Velvet and Brussels Rugs which were purchased at an opportune time and place us in a position of advantage in value giving that is second to none. Stoves a The 4 Cap Fame Range, made throughout of durable material, has 14 inch oven, large, high warming S::L $22.50 6 Cap Fame Range with 18-inch $29.25 oven. Price 6 Cap Fame with (J J J ff 16 in. oven. Price && ' 3j Ask to see the new Armco Range, smooth polish top. oven door panels white enameled, also fitted with white enamel splash board. large water front, capable of heating large amount water, fitted in. Price. $45.00 Heatin tse the Bakers Hot Blast Heat er, always keeps fire over night, keeps an even feeat in the room at all times, regulated by special draft feature. Carried in three sizes. Prices $11.25 $13.50 $18.90 ROUND OAK HEATERS haTe many styles and. sizes. $5.40 IliL Prices ranging up from We Give S. & H. Trading Stamps 9x12 Fringed Royal Rugs, bpeeial for Wilton $48.50 9x12 Seamless Axminster Rugs, extra high grade in the most exclusive .patterns. Special $29.50 Velvet 9x12 extra quality Seamed Ax- !T.. $24.50 9x12 extra quality Seamless Velvet Rugs in Wilton colors and effects. Special for . . $24.50 :ugs KmVjBB.1 xtiSmmmV Hj9BHKV2va33jBJPHB EXTRA SPECIAL Just received, another new lot of those 27x54 inch Velvet Rugs which we will all next week as long as they last f gj Jt Special For Next Week This 7 cup size pure Aluminum Perco lator, made of extra heavy gauge alum inum like cut, has large ebony handle. Regular $2.50 value. f O Price 570C (No telephone orders taken.) 108, &10, 112 Uorih Staeiton Street Germany Gets Much Cotton and Copper Through Sweden Stockholm. Sweden. Oct SS. Flcnres howiac the exact incremaa ta Swedish im ports and exports since the ttewlniilns; of the war and npnoldl&K the English contention that Sweden has acted as a valvablo chan nel for the delivery of materials to Germany. have been obtained by a correspondent of the Associated Press. According to these statistics, which are as yet unpublished, and now available for the first time, Sweden's cotton Imports dorms; the first six months of IMS were over nine times as large as her totton Imports during the correspondins; months of the prenous year From Janu ary to Jun, 1914. Sweden imported 1S.957.- kilo of cotton. Dttrins; the eo.uilent period this year, tbe import was risen to 19.$2.21 kilos. Although cotton shows the most start llnr increase, the Importation of other articles i has r sen considerably Twenty-three million kilos of coffee have been imported In the first fix months of ISIS, against sixteen millions for the same part of the previous year. ' While Hwecen exporter oniy sm.w icuos of copper during the six months before war began, mne exponea aarmg me next six months 3 &X kilos. The figures given do not tell what portion of this export has j gone to Germany and what portion else j where, but it is generally agreed that It has ! been sent almost exclusively to Germany. h &&faT nigv iw BBy- B Btragfefe, I Kk-ko Alcohol Lamps with canned heat. While they last at St cents per outfit. Potter DrUK Company. Phones J75-35. Advertisement. Carpets Cleaned Clean. Da Sang- & A'ellborn. Ph. J. Advertisement. Prosperity's products. first rale. Buy home PEOPLE'S PEN 37 K. S VX IMOMO ST. DRUG STORE ALL NIGHT PIIOVE 182. PnOMIT HEI.HFItl. n Oil MCIIT. To the PaiahsBidie Country VIA Leave BI Paso 6:30 a. m. Arrive Sweetwater QtZQ p. m. Leave Sweetwater i:s35 night Arrive Snyder ls36 a, m. Arrive Lubbock 5:65 a. m. Arrive Via in view 0 a. m. Arrive Canyon HtZO a. m. Arrive Vmarlllo llBo a. ju. fl Tex. & Pac. Ry, IMbIbr Cars. I'ullsua Can. 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