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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914
PAGE THREE Saturday Specials Fancy 4 Tier Bell- (Djl C fluer Apples, box . Tea-Oanlen Preserves, regular .0e 25c Monarch Apricots, regular :Jc 25c Shilling Baking Powder, 1 lb 45c Srlnlliiii; Bakin- Powder, Hs. ' $1.00 Kihl.vV extra Sliced Pine-apple, IV, 2 for 25c Lilly's extra Sliced Bine-apple, 2's 20c l.ilil.v's extra Sliced Pine-apple, 21-2's 25c Crystal White Soap, fi bars 25c : nice Mackerel 25c Elwell Grocery Co. 2?.n EAST WASHINGTON ST. RELIABLE GOODS AND PROMPT DELIVERY Kohler & Campbell Made ly the same ora nization that controls the vor!d-ramus AUTOPIANO thoroughly reliable well made sweet toned and durable. 224 W. WASHINGTON. PHOENIX COAL--COAL--COAL Let us fill your bin now at summer prices. For the balance of the month of September we will make a price of 9.00 per ton in two-ton lots, minimum de livery. Place your orders now so we can protect vou. Constable Ice & Coal Co. HERE'S FRENCH CRUISER MONTCALM LOADING CATTLE AT CALIFORNIA PORT ' A D' ' - The French cruiser Montcalm, which is now in Pacific waters, took aboard a herd of twenty-four steers at San Diego Cal., a few days ago. Photo shows how the cattle were loaded. The Montcalm is unequipped with a cold storage plant and carries just enough fresh beef for immediate jonsuiuptioji, . ' " ' " " SENATOR DAVIS WILL CONTEST WEBB'S WIN Allege -Irregularities in Phoenix Pre - cirtcts Will Influence Result if Recount Is Made Alleging that a sufficient number of irregularities occurred in the re cent democratic primaries in the Phoenix precincts to materially influ ence the result of the count for the nomination for state senator, Senator Harry A. Davis, yesterday filed a complaint with the superior court of the county asking for a full recount of the vote cast for the nomination of candidates for the office of state senator, as between himself and Sam F. Webb. In addition to the Phoenix precincts named, all of them except one, five and six, he names both the Osborn and Meridian precincts as among those in which a recount is necessary to determine who has been nominated. Since, the action is taken directly against Sam F. Webb, Mr. Webb will naturally answer and should the court grant the application of Sena tor Davis each party is entitled to name one person and the court names one who constitute a can vassing board for the purpose. It is not known if the count will take int.) consideration all the candidates for the senatorial nomination in the democratic primary, but should this be the case, it is likely to make some change in the relative standing of J. A. R. Irvine and Harry Johnston, both of whom were candidates and both of whom acknowledged they were beaten. The majority of Mr. Webb over Mr. Davis so far is not more tnan fifty six votes. It is believed by the supporters of the senator that the reccunt will make a decided change n the appearance of the result. o UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS There are telegrams at the Western Union for Lilly Summers, A. O. Bol lard. Miss Ada Porter, F. M. Murphy, C. H. Sweatt. If vou want to sell your Real Estate call up Dick Erdmans & Co., Phone 652. We have sold hundreds 01 prop erties and can also sell yours. Adver tisement. ds RETURNS ON JUSTICES OF THE PEACE AND CONSTABLES FOR MARICOPA COUNTY .120 West Phoenix Justice Precinct For justice of the peace Johnstone. C. W., republican For constable Morrell, Roy, democrat sn4 N orris, Walter, democrat '-' Miller. Burk, democrat 4j0 Iy, M. A., democrat 379 Egley, A. E.. republican 106 Fitzgerald, Wm 1 East Phoenix Justice Precinct For iustice of the peace- Parker, P. P., democrat 1057 Larson, Fred A., democrat 947 ratrick, Herbert R., republican .. 110 Kain, R. T., socialist Mesa Justice Precinct For justice of the peace Kingsbury, R. A., democrat 622 Irwin, George, socialist 25 Kleinman, Dan, democrat t Lacy, P. S., republican 1 Shill, M. G 1 For constable Burton, W. A., democrat 377 Pickens, O. L., democrat 364 Morse, C. R., republican 1 Simpkins, R. W., republican 1 Chandler Justice Precinct For Justice of the peace Arnold, D. N- democrat 173 Larmour, E. R., socialist 1 Gila Bend Justice Precinct For justice of the peace Richards, L. H., democrat 46 Frye, L., democrat 1 Glendale Justice Precinct For justice of the peace Patterson, F. J., democrat 1S3 Dickson, Geo. M democrat 8H Porter, Joe, non-partisan 22 Cook, Simeon A., non-partisan ... 6 o OFFICIAL RETURN OF PRIMARY ELECTION IN SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Democratic Ticket Ling, Reese M Smith, M. A Hay den, Carl Cunningham, D. L. 83 526 5M ...401 Franklin, Alfred 404 Hawkins, John J 306 Ross, Henry D 363 Hughes. H. A 171 Hunt, Geo. W. P 443 Osborn, Sidney P 531 Callaghan, J. C 320 Orme, Lin B 245 Parr, W, A 261 Simms, Mitt 244 Hardy, Leslie C 438 Jones, Wilev E 108 Linney. R. H 50 Case, C. 0 333 Robertson. H. Q 176 Babbitt, Don C. 124 Bradne.-, Sam B 215 Ccle, A. W 340 Geary, W. P. , 359 Jones, F. A 262 Weatherford. J. W 194 Bolin, G. H 283 Hanson, Chas. F 240 Miller, P. J 427 Zander, C. M 368 Republican Ticket Hubbell. J. L. 66 Fads, Henry L 61 Armstrong, Thomas 59 Smith io Bennett, 11 Cameron, Ralph H 68 Cole, C. G. 61 Gardner, A. H 61 Rynning, Thos. 65 Morrison. Joseph E 62 Krebs, Mrs. Rose 64 Haddock, Thomas 60 Mitchell. Robert 61 Reed, James' C 63 Woodman, Pa'.-kcr 59 Campbell, Thos. E. 61 Clymer, H. Vance 53 Socialist Ticket Davis, Bert 5 Grill, ririch .V. .... . 5 Crowe, W. S. '.- 4 elorrison, James N. 4 SALE of HOUSE FURNISHINGS SATURDAY SPECIALS 5000 YARDS BEST QUALITY AMERICAN CALICOES, DARK AND LIGHT, YARD. ...... v. ...... . .5c I SHEETS AND CASES We cannot too forcibly impress upon you the extra values we are offering you in this column. While our stocks are large now, we anticipate i record breaking business on these tenis and advise early buying. L'OT SHEETS of fairly good quality bleached sheeting, full 63x90 inches, narrow and wide hems, a good 50c value. Special for this sale, each only 37fi SEAMED SHEETS of good quality muslin, armor side middle seam, nar row and wide hems, ready ofr use, full 72x90 inches. Extra special val ue, each 421"2 STANDARD SHEETS, sheets that we have no hesitancy in offering our trade, they are good honest value sheets, full standard cloth and mea suring up full sizes: 63x90 size, 90c value, now 69 72x90 size, $1.00 value, now 79? SlxflO size, $1.15 value, now 89 APOLLO SHEETS, extra special quality sheets, no more serviceable sheet son the market than these. Our own special brand, extra heavy quality cotton measuring up full sizes, a sheet of merit and value, on that will please: 72x90 size, $1.00 value, now 89 51x90 size, $1.15 value, now 99 51x99 size, $1.25 value, now. .$1 ,09 SPECIAL MAKE OF SHEETS, .FULL SlxflO SIZE, GOOD QUALITY SHEETING. A REGULAR DOLLAR GRADE, WHILE THEY LAST, EACH 79c. PILLOW CASES LILY CASES, size 42x36, deep hem, good quality casing, regularly selling it 15e each, special 11 EMBROIDERED CASES, hemstitched hems, full large size, attractive em broidery designs, ' extra special, ?ach 2v TOWELS This column is of exceptional interest to all hotel keepers, rooming houses and boarding houses. Every towel item mentioned here is a "hummer." HUCK TOWELS, good liberal size, fast colored red bor ders, hemmed ends, ready for use. " A towel usually sold at 12 c. Special by the one or dozen EXTRA HUCK TOWELS, large face size, special weight huck, plain white and fancy red borders, the towel you pay 15c for elsewhere, here by the one or dozen FANCY HUCK TOWELS, special quality, bleached union huck having fancy jacquard borders, all white a towel regularly selling at 20c each, special A ALL LINEN TOWELS, measuring full 20 by 40 inches, absolutely all pure flax, fancy fast colored borders, hem med ends, our best 35c linen huck towels. O) 5" Extra special value, each s)U)(L BLEACHED BATH TOWELS, a nice, handy size, full bleached, hemmed ends ready for use, good quality Terry cloth, special by the one or "fl T) 1 dozen 1 25c BATH TOWELS, generously large in size, of special weight Terry cloth, hemmed ends ready 51 (Q) for use, a wonderful towel value, each JL CCL EXTRA QUALITY TOWELS, a bath towel of exceptional merit, in fact our 40c quality, extra large, and extra heavy, plain white and fancy colored borders. 0)r During this sale, extra special each 3 &'vr ATHLETIC BATH TOWELS, everybody knows the quality of these, a wonderful absorbent, feels good on the skin, good large size, extra heavy at 5L(f this price, a winner, each dSdTrvi y2c BED SPREADS BALBOA QUILTS A special quality white spread, full cot size, assorted patterns, plain hemmed ends, regular $1.25 values. Special, each 98J 105 QUILTS, a special value white bed spread, good larjge size, assorted patterns, our best $n.50 value coun terpane, special each $1.29 108 QUILTS, a full double bed 'size counterpane, soft finish, hemmed ends, assorted patterns, our best U.75 spread, special each 1 49 WOODBORO QUILTS, extra value ?preads, full double bed size, one of the best wearing spreads on the mar ket, plain hemmed ends, nice range of patterns. Our special $2.25 bed spread, special SI 89 CLARENDON QUILTS these we" are showing in both fringed and scallop ed ends. Extra large size, special weight and finish, the best $2.50 spread on the market. Assorted patterns, special each $1.98 OUR LEADER a fine white "bed spread, extra large size, assorted Marsailles patterns, plain hemmed nds, the best $3.00 value procurable, 5Decial S2.49 On all our higher priced bed spreads including imported satin Marsailles we will during this sale allow a spe cial 20 per cent discount. All new goods. PILLOWS OUR SPECIAL, a full 2 1-2 lb. pillow-, filled with sanitary selected feathers, covered with feather proof ticking, full regular bed size, always Bold at 75c each. During this sale ;a(h 59 JEANETTE, an exceptional value pil low, weighing full 3 lbs., filled with selected sanitary feathers, covered with down proof art ticking, assorted colors and patterns. Our regular $1.25 pillow, each 98 2000 YARDS BEST QUALITY AMOSKEAG APRON GINGHAMS, ASSORTED CHECKS, YARD.... 7c HOPE MUSLIN The most satisfactory and ser viceable of household bleached muslins, full 36 inches wide. Cheap at 12 l-2c yard, today special 10 CURTAIN SCRIMS and white dotted Swiss in as sorted size polka dots, scrims in cream and ecru having rib bon border and cluster narrow perpendicular stripes, full dou ble width. 15 and 17 l-2c val ues, yard 91"2? 'BUNGALOW APRONS Made of Amoskeag Apron Ginghams and dark colored Percales, two styles, one but tons down the back, the other one buttons on side front, ex tra each 49 COUCH COVERS Handsome assortment of Eng lish Repp Tapestry and gran ite weaves, assorted designs and colors, 56 and 60 inches wide, 108 inches, long; double knotted and fringe ends, spe cial 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT. Carpet and Rung Specials ENTRA 10 handsome Axminster rugs, size 36x72, Oriental and floral de signs, extra good $5.00 value. Choice each (JSl'Q HO while they last pOo A A cleaning out of every Art Square and Rug now in stock. Out they go, re gardless of cost or' value a sacrifice of every-day usefuls Rugs for the porch Rugs for the hedrooms Rugs for the dining-rooms Rugs for sleeping porches and tent houses. The following values are positively the greatest ever offered: LOG CABIN RUGS Size 24x36, worth $ 1.00, for Size 27x54, worth $ 1.50, for Size 30x6", worth $ 2.00, for Size 6x9, worth $ 8.75, for Size 8x10, worth $10.00, for Size 9x12, worth $12.50, for 69d 9S $1.39 $5.95 $7.45 S8.95 KEYSTONE RUGS Size 6x9, worth $3.00, for S2.19 Size 71-2x9, worth $4.50, for $3.39 Size 8x9, worth $5.50, for $3.98 Size 9x10 1-2, worth $6.50, for $4.49 Size 9x12, worth $7.00, for $4.98 Size 9x13 1-2, worth $7.50, for. . $ $5.49 SMYRNA RUGS Size 30x60, worth $ 2.00, for $1.39 Size 36x72, worth $ 3.00, for S2.19 Size 9x12. worth $12.50, for $8.69 A Diamond , Bro. PhoenrK-trqrm 31 20! Eart Wmqfonl m jjjir :tto i : t cm rams TO OUR OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS The Boston Store will he closed all clay Monday, on account of holiday. Do your shopping Friday and Saturday. Carnette, J. R Ikenberry, Mrs. Leroy Niedhardt Greene, Chas. R Myers, Chas. P Clayton, Wm. Moove . Morton, Robert L 4 Mutt, A. F 4 Si raw. Albert J 4 Hippie, P. J 5 Perry. F. J J Simanton, E. B 3 ORDINANCE NO. 21 JIN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE BUSINESS OF PAWNBROK ERS, SECOND-HAND DEALERS. JUNK DEALERS AND JUNK COL LECTORS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE NIX, as follows: Sec. 1. For the purposes of this or dinance a "pawnbroker" is defined to be a person, firm, association or cor poration engaged in conducting, man aging or carrying on the business of pawnbroking, or the business of loan ing money for himself, or for any other person, firm, association or corporation, receiving as security for the repayment thereof pawns or pledges of personal property, or the business of purchas ing personal property and reselling or agreeing to resell such articles to ven dors, their personal representatives, or their assignees, at prices agreed upon at or before the time of such purchase, whether such business be the princi pal or sole business so carried on, man aged or conducted, or be merely inci dental to, in connection with or a branch or department of some other business or businesses. "pawnshop" Is defined to be any room, store or place in which such business is engaged in, carried on or conducted. For the purposes of this ordinance, a "second-hand dealer" is defined to be a person, firm, association or cor poration engaged in, conducting, man aging or carrying on the business of buving. selling or otherwise dealing in second-hand goods, wares or merchan dise or articles, whether such business be the principal or sole business so carried on, managed, or conducted, or be merely incidental to, in connection with or a branch or department of some other business or businesses. For the purposes of this ordinance, a "junk dealer" is defined to be a per son, firm, association or corporation having a fixed place of business within the city of Phoenix, and engaged in, conducting, managing or carrying on the business of buying, selling or oth erwise dealing in .either at wholesale or retail, old rags, sacks, bottles, cans, papers, metal, or other articles com monly known as "junk." For the purposes of this ordinance, a "junk collector" is defined to be a person not having a fixed place of business in the City of Phoenix, who goes from house to house and from place to place, gathering, collecting, buying, selling, or otherwise dealing in any old rags, sacks, bottles, cans, pa pers, metal, or other articles common ly known as "junk." Sec. 2. It shall be unlawful for any pawnbroker, or any employee or agent of any pawnbroker, within the City of Phoenix, to fail, neglect or refuse to make out and deliver to the Chief of Police, within twentw-four hours after the receipt thereof, a full true and com plete report of all goods, wares, mer chandise or articles received on de posit, in pawn or pledge, or by pur chase. Such report shall show the hour of the day and the date when each article was received on deposit, in pawn or pledge, or by purchase, and the true name and address, as nearly as the same is known to, or can be ascertained by, such pawnbroker, of such person or persons by whom any such goods, wares, merchandise or article was left or deposited, pawned, pledged or sold, together with a description of such person, which description shall show the style of dress, height, age, sex, com plexion, color of hair, color of mus-i tache or beard, or both, if worn, and if not worn, such fact shall be noted. Such reports shall also show the num ber of the pawn ticket, the amount loaned or paid thereon, the quantity or number purchased, and a complete description of each article so received, including all distinguishing marks thereof. Sec. 3. It shall be unlawful for any second-hand dealer, junk dealer or junk collector, or any employee or agent of any second-hand dealer, junk dealer or junk collector, within the City of Phoenix, to fail, neglect or refuse to make out and deliver to the Chief of Police, within one week after the re ceipt thereof, a full, true and complete report of all goods, wares, merchandise or articles received on deposit, in pawn or pledge, or by purchase. Such report shall show the hour of the day and the date when each article was received on .deposit, in pawn or pledged, or by purchase, and the true name and address, as nearly as the same is known to, or can be ascer tained by, such second-hand dealer, junk dealer or junk collector, of such person or persons by whom any such goods, wares, merchandise or article was left or deposited, pawned, pledged or sold, together with a description of such person, or persons, " which de scription shall" show the style of dress, height, age, sex, complexion, color of hair, color of mustache or beard, or both, if same are worn, and if neither is worn, such fact shall be noted. Such report shall also show the amount loaned or paid thereon, the quantity or number purchased, and a complete de scription of each article so received, including all distinguishing marks thereof. Sec. 4. All reports required by the provisions of this ordinance to be made out and delivered to the Chief of Po lice, shall be written or printed entirely in the English language, in a clear and legible manner. Sec. 5. It shall be unlawful for any pawnbroker, second-hand dealer, junk dealer or junk collector to deface, al ter, change, destroy, part with, conceal,- give away, sell or dispose of any goods, wares, merchandise or articles before and until one week after making out and delivering to the Chief of Po lice the report hereinabove required accordance with the provisions of this ordinance. Sec. 6. Each failure, neglect or re fusal to make out and deliver to the Chief of Police the report in this ordi nance required to be so made out and delivered, within the time herein re quired, and each defacement, alteration, change, destruction, parting with, con cealment, gift, sale or disposition of any goods, wares, merchandise or article before or until one week after the making out and delivery of such report shall constitute a Violation of this ordinance. Every person violating ftCF PTOVll0B of this ordinance shall t9 SttUtjr of misdemeanor, and upoa coEVlcttaO thereof by a court of competent jiirHK diction, shall be punished by a fine flt not more than two hundred Collars. by imprisonment in the city tail for a term of not more than two hundwA days, or both such fine and Imprison ment, and the license of any pawn" broker, second-hand dealer. Junk deftl or or junk collector may be summarily revoked by the Commission for aay violation of the provisions of this Of dinance by such pawnbroker, second" hand dealer, junk dealer or junk col lector, his, their or its emplcyecs Of agents and upon any such revocation of license, all fees or taxes theretofore j paid on account of such license stmJI oe foneited to the city. Sec. 7. WHEREAS, tho Immediate operation of the provisions of thle or dinance is necessary for the preserva tion of the public peace, health aftfl safety, an emergency is hereby de clared to exist and this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage by the CocimlssloO and approval by the Mayor, and to hereby exempted from the referendum clause of the City Charter. PASSED by the Commission of tlM City of Phoenix, this 12th (Jay of Sep tember, 1914. APPROVED, this 12th aXy of Sepi tember, 1914. GEO. V. YOTTNfJ. Attest: MaycA FRANK THOMAS. City Clerk.