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T ggT51 Home of Hart Schaffner fc 3Iarx Clothes for Men and Youns Men. The Promptest Mall and Phone Order Depart ments In the oa.hncHt. Week-End Edition, November 6-7, 1915. Him mis PUNS fob m Discloses for First Time Arrangements for Rais ing Great Citizen Force. ashingrton, I- C. Nov. 6 Plans of the T'nited States for raising a great continental or citizen army under the administration's defence program were revealed for the first time offlclally ..-.,4..- . ......... .. ww Tlnill.v V v Garnion t the same time ve pre- j rented a complete outline of the army s part in the defence plan. It is proposed to increase the regu lar army from 108 008 to 141.84J officers and men (changing the term of enlist ment from four ears with the colors, and three years on furlough to two ears with the colors and jfour years an furlough) to organise a federal citi zen army of 400.000 (to be enlisted 133 000 a J ear for three years); to st-engthen the state military by in creased appropriations and closer co operation, and to spend JiO.Oes.We a year for four ears on coast deffences unci $26 000 000 a sear for four years n the accumulation of reserve material -( or use by a force of 500.000 men Have Conn!tcl CiviKnn peelnlltx. The statement reveals that in the preparation of their pl.-ns war depart ment offici.iN have called into consul tation speriilists in various lines of private indu-:- ' It has been proposed." it says, "to make availiMc in time of need the services of men in certain kinds of em po Tent requiring special knowledge and skill, such as railroad men. bridge builders engineers of all descriptions, and leading men in these lines and pro fpsiions have been collaborating with the war department in an enderyor to 'oimulate. by legislation or aorainis trative action, an acceptable and useful plan with respect thereto. "Want Employer. To Cooperate, "In this connection, and because of the patriotic spirit thus displayed, it seems desirable to say that if those who are the employers of young men of the country cannot, by reason of age or situation in life, give their personal services, tbev can do that which is eauall useful bj encouraging in every way the particioation of those in their employ in the plan of national defence. Tralnlnc Of Citizen Annr. The citixen armv would be recruited throughout the entire country, and or ganised in geographical divisions. Its members, though enlisted for six year terms, would be required to report for service in training lor snort periods e-irh year for three years, and during the remaining threa years would be furloughed, subject to call to the colors In time o war. SIxe Of Vrmy Budget. For the next fiscal vear. when it Is proposed to put this new policy into operation, congress will be asked to appropriate $182,717,036: the second ear the amount will be J212.81S.S79: he third 1228.315 879 and annually there-fter, if the policy were continued r.ithout -hinge. the army budget would be 8182 234.55?. "The additions to the regular army contemplated are ten regiments of in fantry four regiments of field artillery, 52 regiments of coast artillery. 15 com-p-inies of engineers and four air squad rons to b brought in. half next year aiiu nan me loiiowmg year DIsrrilintlon Of Itegulai- Troops. This plan, when completed, would place in the Panama canal zone Hawaiian Islands, the Philippines and '". i oincers and 47.156 enlisted men In the continental United States there would be in the regular establish ment 2S5S officers and 68.98 men in--lu1mg 11 J-3 regiments of cavalry. 26 2-3 regiments of infantry, seven regiments of field rrtillery. 170 com panies of coast artillery and about 4090 officers and men to engineering and aign.il corps. ILLINOIS COURT PREVENTS PAYMENT OF 105 EMPLOYES Chicago. Ill, Nov 6 One hundred and five state employes .will be minus their pay as a result of the action of the Illinois supreme court in granting' an injunction stopping the payment of their salaries amounting to S262.I48. The decision arose from a tax payers suit attacking an ominbus salary bill passed bv the last legislature. Gov. Dunne is expected to call an extra session of the legislature at an earlj date to repass the salary bilL NAVAL ADVISOR SAYS WILSON PLAN IS NOT SUFFICIENT Portland. Me., Nov. 6 Rejection of president WHson's naval and military proposals as inadequate was advocated here todaj by Henry A. Wise Wood, a member of the naval advisory board. He said It would be folly to make the American navy inferior in power to that of the only nation which is caus ing America, to increase her defences at alL PORTXAXD DEPEAC APPRO VCD "Washington, D. C Nov. 6. Approval was given by president Wilson Friday night to a movement started in Port land, Me., for the inauguration of a system of aeriel coast patrols alone: the coast lines of the United States. The movement has been started by private individuals who propose to place their services at the disposal of the federal government in time of war, TXAXA. EXPOSITION PROFIT OW 3XrEEDJ 1 ,400,000 San Francisco. CaL, Xov. 6. It is an nounced that the net profit of the Panama-Pacific exposition is 81.410.87S. The total income of the exposition since the opening to October SI, ac cording to the report of the controler. was t,u4S.iZ9. and the expense of op eration aggregates 84.637.256. SVTS JAPAN APPLIES MOMtOE DICTRINE IN EAST Baltimore, Mi, Nov 6 Japan's policy of a Monroe doctrine in the far east will do much for the preservation of the Integrltv of that nation, accord ing to Pr Rudolph B Teusler, medi al missionar in charge of St. Luke's international hospital in Toklo, Japan. AUTOS FOR H!RE All Good 7-Passenger Cars Bate, $2 Per Hour Phone 509-510 ATJTO LIVERY CO. City Hall Stand - - 418 San Antonio 1 S U R V E Y S 1 H Costs little compared to the loss BR MB when your houpe is on the 'wrong h g n Ask CARTER. Phone 481 or J 11111188 Corner Mesa A Snort i& LMOST every store nowadays claims to be "reliable." And while the word "reliable" has but one meaning, that meaning becomes mod ified or emphasized according to the particular store that claims it for a virtue. We all know the store that is reliable in an indefinite sort of way. You don't don't know just where you stand when trading there. Others are fairly reliable which means they are trustworthy up to a certain de gree. Still others, and such stores are unfortun ately very few, are very reliable which means that the utmost dependence can be placed on the store, its promises, and its merchandise. In this latter class this store occupies a prominent position. Absolute trustworthiness is the keynote upon which our business was founded. We make no promises, over the counter or in our advertis- -ing, that we cannot fulfill. In all the thousands of dollars worth of merchan dise in this store there is not a penny's worth that is not absolutely dependable sure to give per fect satisfaction. ' And our prices are reliable one price to all and that the very lowest possible. (Signed) QjJoStyuifo THe Scarce New BlacH. Silfes $2.75 40 inch Black Crepe Faille $259 $2.00 50 inch Black Crepe Satin $1.85 $1.50 40 inch Black Dress Satin $1.39 $2.25 40 inch Slack Crepe Meteor $1.95 $3.00 44 inch Black Imported Satin Faille $2.79 $3.00 44 inch Black Satin Demi $2.79 $3.80 14 inch Black Imported Crepe Meteor $2.75 $3.25 44 inch Black Satin Princess $2.85 $250 40 inch Clienev's Blsck Crepe Faille $2.19 $3.0042 inch Black Ctepe Faille $2.75 40 inch Black Pussv Willow Taffeta $1.89 $2.00 40 inch Black French Satin $1.85 $25052 inch Black Suit Satin $229 $3.5052 inch Black Suit Satin $3.15 $2.60 40 inch Black Cashmere de Soie $1.85 $1.25 40 inch Black Crepe de Chine 98c $150 40 Inch Black Crepe de Chine $1.39 $2.0040 inch Black Crepe de Chine $1.79 $6.00 45 inch Black Imported Suiting Satin $5.39 $1.00 36 "inch Black Chiffon Taffeta 85c $1.25 6 inch Black Chiffon Taffeta $1.15- $15036 inch Black Chiffon Taffeta $1.39 $2.0936 inch Black Chiffon Taffeta $1.69 $2.50 42 inch Skinner's Black Guaranteed Taffeta $229 $1.75 36 inch Black Satin Taffeta $1.49 $1.75 36 inch Black Gros de Londres $1.49 $2.00-6 inch Black Satin Francaiae $1.89 $1.5036 inch Black Dress Satin $1.35 36-inch AH Silk Black Messaline 69c $1.2536 inch All Silk Black Messaline 98c $1.2536 inch Black Feau de Soie 95c reie oe ljci andl Crepe Meteors THESE very serviceable and popular fabrics are amon; the season's most wanted silks. We are showing the following qualities in a large color assort ment: $1.25 40 inch all silk crepe de chine 9Sc $1.50 40 inch all silk crepe de chine $1.35 $2.00 40 inch extra heavy erepe de chine $1.79 $L50 40 inch crepe meteor, yard $1.35 tetas and Gros De JLoncires THE most popular of silk dress fabrics, shown here in the wanted shades, at unequaled prices. $1.2536 inch chiffon taffetas .'... $1.15 $150 Chiffon Taffetas, yard $1.35 $1.75 Gros de Londres, yard $1.49 $1.75 Satin Taffeta, yard $1.49 $2.00 Pussy Willow Taffeta, yard $1.79 Dress Satins and Caslimere De Soie $2.00 40 inch Satin de Luxe (colors) $1.85 $2.0O-i-36 inch Satin Francaise $1.85 $1.00 36 inch all silk Messaline 89c 75e 27 inch all silk Messaline 680 23 inch all silk Messaline 4gc $2.00-40 inch Cashmere de Soie $1.83 $250 45 inch Cashmere de Soie $229 Chifons and Fancy Dress SilRs IpHESE lots will include all Novelty Silks and Chif & fons. Nothing reserved stripes, checks, plaids and figures, Read the following greatly reduced prices: $1.00 Fancy Dress Silks, yard 89c $1.00 Fancy Wash Shirtings 89c $1.25 Fancy Dress Silks, yard 98c $150 Fancy Dress Silks, yard S..35 $1.75 Fancy Dress Silks, yard $1.59 $2.00 Fancy Dress Silks, yard $1.79 $2.25 Fancy Dress Silks, yard $1.95 $250 Fancy Dress Silks, vard $229 $3. $3 50 and $2 9S Fancy Dress Silks yard . . $2.59 40 inch Fancy Crepe de Chine Shirtine .. . $1.39 Store Open 8:30 to C p. m. Beginning Monday, Avenue nnd San Antonio Street Private llranch Exrhance 3300 oi SilKs OH Nov. 8th, Every Yard SALE of Silks and Dress Goods such as the women of this citv and vioinitv have rarely, if ever, had the op portunity of taking part in. Embracing our entire stock thousands of dollars worth of the vcrv best and most wanted qualities. Representincr, actua'lv, the VERY .GREATEST VALUES EVER KNOWN IX EL PASO. This is a Silk and Dress Goods Sale marked by intelligent pi-eparations. The fabrics offered are the choice products of the best manufac turers of the old and new world, and are very carefully se lected. It is a great merchandising event into which we have put a world of work and thought. For weeks we have been A?cfs rtk ?-vyL xv ?eV ' f 1 1 Z-. W New Silk Underwear A (1 Pcwv WiHowjTrkffeta mi la- J1 y . I .ijSroctbie Ve3e ArrYw J XVv iJfer'J' rr ip SIZJ? ri S CtWrf Inn of te. jS255nlTA lam ffDeS Made f Fa isae in ISI1S Iining Satins $1.2536 inch Sflk Chiffon Faille $1.15 $15036 inch Silk-Chiffon Faille $1.35 $2.0036 inch Silk Chiffon Faille $1.79 40 iieh Silk and Wool Poplin 95e $150 W inch Silk and Wool Poplin $1.39 $250 14 inch Silk and Wool Poplin $1.98 $35044 inch Silk Poplin Suiting $3.19 The alxne iopuJar fabrics are shown in a complete color range for street wear. $150 S6 inch Skinner's AH Silk $1.35 $150 36 inch Skinner's Linen Block $1.29 $1.00 36 inch Beijing's Guaranteed Satin 89c FO. Silks issiono $1J6 Cheney Bros.' Kimono Silks 98c $1.00 Cheney Bros.' Kimono Silks 85c 76e Cheney Bros.' Kimono Silks 5gc Over one hundred designs of these beautiful kimono silks from which to select. Was Dress CJfoallies NE hundre-J pieces of new and beautiful figured, all wool Washable Dress Challies. &tr Sale price, a yard, at 3C ioffio Xw ssieet isae in tifc.& newspapers dail Memhftuioii Open Saturday Until 8i30 and Dress Goods Wool Fabrics Radically Reduced of Silks . ! 7- Isaported Dress' Novelties E are showing the most wonderful assortment of gorgeous, imported exclusive dress fabrics that , have ever been shown in this city from $3.00 to $20.00 per yard. These wonderful fabrics show marked reduc tions: $2.5040 in. Satin Striped Lunette and Georgette $2.15 S3.00 10 in. Satin Striped Lunette and Georgette $2.69 $650 and $750 Broehe Chiffon imported waist ing $5.95 40 inch Metallic Brocades for evening and recep tion wear. Most gorgeous and eifeetiTe. Values to $10, at a yard $7.85 Metallic Brocades worth to $1250 $9.85 Metallic Brocades in Pussy Willow and Crepes very much in demand for evening wear. Values to $5.00, at a yard $3.95 Metallic Brocades worth to $7.00 $4.95 75c Woolen Dress Goods, yard . . '. 59c $1.00 Woolen Dress Goods, yard 89c $1.25 Woolen Dress Goods, yard $1.15 $1.50 Woolen Dress Goods, yards $1.35 $1.75 Woolen Dress Goods, yard $159 $2.00 Woolen Dress Goods, "yard $1.79 $2S5 Woolen Dress Goods, yard $1.98 $2.50 Woolen Dress Goods, yard $229 JS.00 Wooten Dress Goods, yard $2.69 $350 Woolen Dress Goods, yard $3.15 TED 9 E31T THE seasons most wanted woolen fabrics. Shown in the wanted shades. $1.5054 inch Chiffon Broadcloth $1.35 $2 00- 54 inch Chiffon Broadcloth $1 85 $2 2554 inch t lnffon Broadcloth $1.98 $25054 inch Uiuion Broadcloth $229 sKioi ar&cl tKe News of Fasli p. tn. El Paso's Homelike Store preparing for this Great Sale and hare had Monday before our mind's eye. The unexcelled prices have always been our rule, and Monday we will more than demonstrate this truth. The unprecedented values offered, are duje to the magnitude of our purchases, and will prove an opportunity unequalled. Anything like an adequate description of the numberless styles and qualities is impossible. In both popular priced and finer grades the concessions are so tempting that every pa tron who investigates will be compelled to buy a season's sup ply. Come early; sale begins at :30 o'clock, and we have en gaged extra help for this event. ODDS AND ENDS SELK TABLE Hundreds of yards" of beautiful silks in broken lines and odd pieces will ba thrown on this bargain table, and cleaned up regardless of former value. Many of these silks will show a re dnetion of almost one-half. Manv lovely dresses will be selected at about OXE-HALF FORMER PRICES. 40 LVCH SILK AND WOOL POPLIN An extra heavjr anarity. One of the season's most wanted fabrics for street wear. Full color range. Extra special, at a yard, 40 INCH ALL SILK CREPE DE .CHINE Extra heavy grade. Shown in all wanted shades. An Q)Si, excellent value, at a yard, vOC DRESS SILKS A lot of about 3000 yards of fancy dress silks purchased underpriee, and offered to you the sane way. $150 quality, (T at a yard, OC BLACK CHIFFON. TAFFETA 500 yards of extra good quality, that is worth $1.00 a yard. iJQ Mid-Season Sale, a yard, at 4 "C ALL SILK BLACK MESSALINE 3C inches wide. High htstre, $1.00 grade This sale. . 4-v a yard, at 07C SATIN TAFFETA AND GROS DE LONDRES Two of the season's most popular dress fabrics. Shown in all ue new shades. 36 mcbes wide. $1.75 grade, at a yard. SILKS AT 39e A special lot of fancy dress and waist silks, that are worth up to $1-00 the yard. T g This sale, a yard, at O'yC RIBBON STRIPED GEORGETTE CREPES AND CHIF FONS Popular and beautiful new sheer fabrics for waists and evening dresses. (fla Tl ?(T $2.00 qualities, at a yard. io? BEAUTIFUL SILK PLAIDS The season's most wanted silk for trimmings and in combmstion with other ma terials. A wonderful assortment, priced a3 follows: $1.00 quality, yard t 89c $1.25 quality, yard 98c $1.50 'quality, yard $145 $1.75 quality, yard $159 $2.00 quality, yard $1.79 BARGAIN TABLE OF WOOLENS Broken lines and" odd pieces. The table contains some of the season's Mist popular fabrics, and marked at scarce 40 INCH CHIFFON VELOCR The most beautiful ot dress velvets. Shown in a broad range of colors. This doth is being sold in many cities at $6.00 and $7 00 the yard, bilk bale price, yard, at 54 FNCH WATERFALL VELOCR This is a most pop- uhtr novelty pile fabric used for both dress and wrap purposes, bhown m new and novel shades. $6.50 value, yard. 54 INCH NOVELTY SNAKESKTN PLCSH Ideal for exclusive suits and dresses. Our rogu- rg jQ o (PK lar $4.75 and $5.00 values, at a yanU 8. t ? $65045 inch black silver stripe Drees Velvet. . . $5 75 $10 40 inch Hack Vekmr Souple $&75 27 inch Dress Corduroy, yard 75c 23 inch Corded Dress Velvet 98c 23 inch Costume Velvet .-.... 98c $L3S Miracle Trimming Velvet 93c Dress GoodsWortK To $L25, at 89c 54 inch' Storm Serge 45 inch Epingle 45 inch Wool Crepe 48 inch French Serge 44 inch Vigeroax Suiting 44 inch All Wool Rep 44 and 50 inch Wool Plaids ... M 1 ffQ -I- inca usimhuik;. .. ........1 - 54 inch Wool Panama 44 inch Sneoherd Checks , V iVBU illttUV UMTC4 IIVtClMCB. 's 54 inch Suiting Serge . . . 50 inch Gabardines 50 inch Shepherd Cheeks . 50 inch Broadcloth 54 inch French Serge 50 inch Storm Serge ... 52 inch Wool Spingle ... 50 inch Bedford Cord.... 52 inch Viperous Suiting 50 inch Novelty Plaids.. And many other novel effects. aYard gs : jfoias Clioice GoodsWorth at S1.35 :::::::7CJhoice $1.75 54-inch JJoreKy Coatings $1.59 $8.50 54 inch Novelty Coatings $155 $2.7554 inch Novelty Coatings $239 $3.0054 inch Novelty Coating $2.65 $3.00 and $1.0054 inch Noieltv Coatings $2 95 $3.50 54 inch Corded toat Plu-h $329 $35050 inch Pony Plush $3.19 $4 5050 inch Seal Plush $395 $3 5050 inch Seal Plunh $3.19 $5 50-50 inch Nal Plu'h $5 75 Prenare for the cold weather.