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ARRIVALS OF SPRING MERCHANDISE PRICES GREATLY REDUCED AT THE f j u Despite Rut Three Names Appear tin Ballot, Move is Afloat to Secure Nomi nation at Today's Primary of V. A. Jones 500 YARDS-BEAUTIFUL SOFT FINISH SATIN FOULARDS ALL THE STYLISH, POPULAR AND MUCH WANTED SPRING COLORS EXTRA SPECIAL 2,000 YARDS 36-INCH DRESS PERCALES, BOTH DARK AND LIGHT STYLES COLOR S ABSOLUTELY FAST A GENUINELY GOOD 12c DRESS FABRIC PER YARD " THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH d, 1915 FEW CKNDIDATES MUCH IHST BOSTON STORE Despite tile fact that but three i:umes appear upon the official ballot il today's primary election for the nomination of two candidates for the ity commission, there will be more of a contest that was thought likely .heretofore. At the eleventh hour an nountement has been made that F. A. Jones will be a candidate for a nomination, and workers in his be- balf will be out in force today urging the writing in of his name in the blank spaces provided for the pur pose upon the ballots. The labor Hement is also credited with desiring the nomination of E. J. Warren. Petitions for both Jones and War jen were filed with the city clerk just about the time when the period for the filing of such papers was ex piring. Upon checking them up it vas found that they did not contain the required number of qualified electors and were consequently re jected. Either, or both have, how ever, an opportunity to receive a nomination today, if a sufficient number of voters write their names in the ballots. The ballots for this primary elec tion are very simple. They contain the names of Clinton Campbell, 'Jeorge Norman MacBean and Oscar T. Richey. After each name is a square in which a cross (X) may be placedi indicating a vote for that candidate. Two candidates may be voted for. This paragraph of instructions to voters also appears upon the ballot: "To vote, stamp or write a cross X) in square, at right of the name if the candidate for whom you de sire to vote. All marks otherwise Tnade are forbidden. All distinguish ing marks are prohibited and make the ballot Void. If you wrongly mark, tear or deface this ballot, re turn it to the inspector of election and obtain another." The polls, of which there will be six, open from 6 a. m. to B p. m.. will be located at the following places: First Ward Building N. W. cor ner First and Monroe streets and High school building, 7th street and Van Buren. Second Ward Chamber of Com merce. N. W. corner Adams street s'nd Second avenue and No. 11::4 N. Sevents avenue. Third Ward No. 315 West Wash ington street Fourth Ward City hall. o SAY AUSTRIANS MEET (Continued From Page One) crations around Stanislau iC.alicia) be tween February 21 and March 3. the Russians made 133 officers and 18,322 men prisoners besides capturing sixty two machine guns, 519 horses and numerous trains. A German Reoort DKRLl.N, March 5. Fighting in the Carpathians is growing more intense hourly, and the Russians have been forced to assume the defensive, despite their energetic exertions, according to h dispatch sent by Herr Lennhof, cor respondent of the Mittag Zeitung, from Austrian headquarters. The message continues: "They (Russians) show great skill in utilizing topographical advantages to ward off enveloping movements, but their offensive power is evidently wan ing. The Russian losses have lieen very heavy. The German!' and Austri ans within a few days have wrested from the Russians all the positions they had previously gained on the Uzsok Lupkow line. All Russian efforts to re cover their lost positions have been re pulsed." Fire on Submarine ' PARTS. March f,. The ministry of the marine gave out a statement to the effect that a German submarine of the l-2 type had been fired on by a French cruiser In the Knglish channel yester day. The submarine plunged and no further trace of her was found. TO CARRY SUPPLIES fASSOTIATED PRKSS DISPATCH! OTTAWA, March 5. The inaugura tion of a tri-weekly steamship service from Canada to France for the convey ance of war supplies for the British war department was announced by the Canadian government. The admiralty ha undertaken to supply eighteen freight boats for this service until the end of the war. Immense quantities of supplies for the British and French ar mies are being obtained from Canada and the United States. 0 : HAS PLENTY OF FLOUR f ASSOCIATED PRKSS DISPATCH BKRLIN, March 5. "The minister of Agriculture has agreed In the Prussian diet that on the present allotment of flour und bread, Ger many Is sufficiently supplied, and probably will be able to accumulate a reserve," according to the Overseas Agency. (Continued From Pag One) ognized the board and did not consult with any of 'its members before Bruiting I.aird his pardon, it w.t:i btirted yesterday that only friendly feeling exists between the new or ganization and the executive. The governor's action. It was pointed out, was Inevitable in view of the pro vision of the constitution which gjves him pardoning power. Either Style Dress Fabrics PRINTED VOILE A beautiful fine sheer fabric one of the season's choice fabrics conies in a variety of patterns, all the leading spring colors; full 40 inches wide extra spec- O) Er'i-p cial value, yard DRESDEN RICE CLOTH for dainty dresses and style you cannot improve on this cloth printed in neat Dresden and Floral designs In all the popular Spring und Summer colors full double width per yard 25 SALTILLO CREPES one of the daintiest, and most pleasing of all the new materials come in a large variety of petite designs a material we know will please double width per yard 35 SHEPHERD CHECKS note the width, full 50 inches wide black and white, checks in assorted sizes one of the most staple and desired Spring fabrics extra special, per yard 49 IRISH POPLINS one of the season's leaders a genuine imported Poplin, silk i.nd wool full 40 inches wide, in all the new shades of King's and Iceland Blue, Battleship Grey, Tans, Russian and Ivy Greens, Golden and Nut Browns, Blacks and Navy extra value, per yard $1.19 These we are also showing in the classy stripes entirely new and stylish, at, per yard $1.39 PRINTED CREPE DE CHINES the leading fabric for real classy wear stripes, dots, foulard designs and figures printed upon white grounds in all the beautiful Spring colors a fabric that for a dressy. dinner or afternoon gown cannot be surpassed gull 41) Inches wide, yard , $1.98 Bhm Suite Estair(iirar Women's High-Grade Shoes "RED CROSS," "C. P. FORD," "E, P. REED," ICCT TJV1) 1 4 4 w A. 1T.TC! J' ocjLiri aim oat. n.n Every Pair Shoes of Quality SO. 4 54.50 s Vnfees j A general clean up of our immense stock of women's good shoes of good makes. An opportunity that comes only once in a great while. Improve your golden opportunity by anticipating your wants in fine footwear. In this assortment you will find shoes of every size, shoes of every last, shoes of every width, in both button and lace models, hand turn and welt soles. The leathers are Russia Calf, Vk-i Kid, Patent Kid, Gun Metal Calf, French Kid,, Mat Kid, Nubuck and Suede. Many of these shoes have velvet, Craveneite and suede tops. Every S hoe a Shoe of Style T 1. . A 1 i osiii ciy no Mioes sent on nppruxai ygi yo exchanges jno refunds, uur salesmen will fit vour feet. SEE DISPLAY IN BIG SHOW WINDOW Value and Wash Goods Special RENFREW ZEPHYRS, an exception ally fine Zephyr Gingham, full 32 inch es wide, colors positively unchange able come in assorted checks, stripes, plaids and corded effects a fl Ir regular 20e value, per yard LJLC "aMOSKEAG DRESS GINGHAMS the best medium priced Gingham on the market colors absolutely fast large variety of patterns in checks, plaids and stripes, all colors special, per yard g 1"3 RENFREW MADRAS a very fine and satisfactory gingham fabric 32 inches wide a clean, even weave comes fn wide range of fancy plaids yard 12 12 DRESS CREPES colors absolutely fast, dainty, pleasing designs printed upon white grounds sheer plisse one of the most satisfactory of summer fab rics note the price, per yard -12 12 CNDERWEAR CREPES exceptionally fine weave and weight colors absolutely fast in pink and light blue crepe you have been paying 25c per yard for extra special, yard IS CREPE RIPPELETTES not the ordinary ripp lettes, hut an exceptionally fine quality full 82 inches wide, in narrow stripes and plain white. We unhesitatingly recommend this cloth yard....l.5 PAJAMA CHECKS for children's wear and under garments, exceptionally desirable come In small dimity checks and wide broken plaids full 3S inches wide extra special value, yard.. -12 12 Best quality American Dress and Shirting Calicoes both dark and light styles per yard 5 IN OUR WOMEN'S SECTION Erenaadly Pkasifloi New Spink Extremely pleasing are our suits of fine Silk Poplins, Gabardines, Wool Poplins, Fine Serges and the stylish Shepherd Checks. There are so many changes in the styles for Spring little touches here and there that it is almost impossible to describe them all suffice to say. not one garment or model but what is pleasing in the extreme. The colors are exceed ingly srnart. prominent among them being the new Santf shades, Putty. .Midnight Blue. Arizona Sand, Battleship, Invisible Green, Labrador Blue, ind Greys, besides the ever-staple and popular Creams and Blacks. Please note: In all our better grade suits, they are absolutely exclusive and individual mod els a distinct creation. Prices extremely pleas ing. ' T nalrdl Siadg Special A really stylish model, made from a fine all wool French Serge in clear shades of Blues, Black, Greens, Sand color and Greys skirt made in latest model short coat, lined with all silk Peau de Cygne, all sizes extra special. $11.45 aiDFaese Q)iress Specnafl A wonderful assortment of new Spring Models, made up of Silk Fotilards, Poplins, Nun's Cloth, Stripe Messalines and Serges in all the much desired und wanted shades made in the very latest models correct afternoon and street dresses regular values up to $10.00 your choice, special 35.90 Interesting Specials HAREM VEILS One of the season's late novelties -in face veils come in all the popular colors, dainty meshes, out circular, edged with velvet ribbon; each 6'5 RiBRUN LACE an exceedingly dainty trimming come in every wanted shade, including Gold "und Silver effects full 3 inches ide si genuinely good 33c value special, per yard 15 SHOPPING BAGS full, large size made of woven linen cord two handles just the thing for shopping trips. Note this, price, each .19 40c and 43c RIBBONS Absolutely all silk ribbons widths up to 5 inches in large variety of pretty fancies the great est of ribbon values, per yard 25 LACE GL'IMPES in both black -and white the new neck wear, boned for high collar a stylish finish for your waist or dress come in all neck sizes each 35 New Neckwear "Whatever is new in stylish Neckwear, we show it all the new effects in Collar and Cuff Sets in embroidered chiffon. Organdv, fine Nets and Lingerie Chemisettes, high roll collars--Chyi-Chin Collars Military ef fects and Medicis they all have a showing in our assortment pleasingly priced at from 25c to $l.SO OUR MEN'S SECTION Special 111 Sale, $1180, 9M.S0 ud $20 SoaMoClMee $10.75 The price is the cheapest part of these suits they were never made to sell at such a figure. Think of suits of fine all-wool Serges, Tweeds nd Worsteds cut in Norfolk and Sacque Models in Navy Blues, Tans. Browns and mix tures young men's and men's at such saving Come in, try on your suit and see what we have to offer you at this special price 810.75 Shirt Specials ail dozen men's shirts, made of imported woven Madras nd genuine Soisettes in plain white, cream, tan and fancy stripes made with de tached military collars, attached negligee. French cuffs every shirt cut to fit all sizes shirts ac tually worth from $1.50 to J2.00 extra special Your $1.00 Choice Boys' Wash Suits Buster Brown and .', Blouse models made from absolutely tub-proof materials sizes 2 1-2 to S years worth $1. 50 special S1.19 Flyers In Neckties Fancy Silk Four-in-Hands narrow and' wide ends all the popular stylish effect."! all new goods extra special as follows: 50 dozen 25e TIES 12 12 50 dozen 45c TIES 25 Waists Dainty, Pleasing and Stylish, Specially Priced Never before have we had so many and so varied styles in Waists at popular prices as wc art showing this season. They are beauties every one a classy and distinct style. BLOUSES OF CREPE DE CHINE AND FANCY TUB SILKS Extremely stylish and good taste, all the pretty spring shades and white, collar and cuffs of white Bengaline Silk. ' A waist pleasing in its simplicity all sizes each, S2.98 OUR J3.93 CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS Are marvels of elegance and style waists such as you see on Fifth avenue made in the very latest models, some showing the new military pockets others tucked, while others shw a profusi m of hand embroidery trimmed, large ocean pearl buttons all sizes, each $3.95 We are showing at $2.39 a number of Tub Silk Waists that are world-beaters at the price. Dainty pencil stripes tub proof all sizes $2.39 " M ILL! NERY All the new models are now on display for. your in spection and approval the very latest in the new "CHIN-CHINS," "TIPPERAKYS," " JOFFBES," SAILORS AND PANAMAS and the classy stylish white shapes. Each and ev ery one of our Pattern and Tailored Hats are indi vidual, distinct models and positively will not be hu plicated. Our untriimned shapes in Milan, Leghorn, hemp and barnyard straws are all classy. Wc invite you to come in and see them. 'Diamond & Bro. Phoerm-tnp. 7sf Wisfi'mahnSt rm 1 jii .m . T-i 1 1 .i.TTJ r. 1 ill ' w mW t -m -ta m w iO Values Extraordinary in Women's Gauze Union Suits Just received tiie season's new shipment. Ia offering the following values we know we,are offering you the best Union Suits for the money to be found in the city. Compare our values and convince yourself. UNION SUITS AT 39c Made of fine thread gauze. lace trimmed neck and sleeves, eith er cuff knees or lace trimmed, sizes up to 44 a suit ordinarily selling at 50c per suit special 39 UNION SUITS AT 5c Made of very fine lisle gauze, snowy white, neck and sleeves fine lace trimmed come in sleeveless, half sleeve and wins sleeve, cuff knee and um brella, lace trimmed sizes up to 44 a suit regularly worth 75c per suit 59 KOMFORTMESH SUITS 59c A particularly fine mesh weave a garment both cool and ser viceable lace trimmed yoke and sleeves deep lace on drawers all sizes up to 44 extra spe cial value, per suit 59 he would have had to recogjiize the law and the new hoard or to continue to exercise the functions delegated to him by the constitution, and he chose the latter course. Laird, who was sentenced for man slaughter, was serving a term of not less than ten years, having been con victed on circumstantial evidence. He was a member of a band of six white men arraigned for the murder of a . Mexican in Miami, nnd it was generally believed that he was inno cent, or that the others were equally guilty with him. A petition signed by 125 citizen of Miami was filed with the governor urging laird's pardon. The fact that he has an in valid mother and brother and that he is practically the only one to sup port the family were also mitigating cumstances in this case and the gov ernor granted the pardon February 25. Ilj letter to Governor Hunt, War- ' den Sims of the prison acknowledged ' receipt of the pardon, but said that as the constitution and the law cre ! nting the new pardon board ap I peared to be in conflict, and as he ! wag in doubt as to whether he had a ' legal right to dismiss Laird, he re gretted to inform the governor that he would await further authority for the dismissal of the prisoner. The governor, understanding the situa tion, holds Warden Sims entirely free from blame in refusing to let Laird go. 8ET TOGETHER (Continued from Page One) the surface drainage could be taken care of as in the past jntil such time as' the larger outlet should become necessary. Wo ahead and pave." he said, "and you can put in the storm sewer afterward, even if you have to take up the pavement in some places." City Engineer Oeorge F. Foster then took up the matter of the cost to property owners on, Van Buren street, under the proposed type of construction, and gave a rough esti mate of whut it would cost for lots fronting on that street. Iqside and corner lots of 50-foot frontage on the south side of the street, he. esti mated would be assessed from $300 to $400, respectively, while corner lots on the north side, facing on the streets running north and south would have to pay an expense of approximately $730. This figure ap plied to lots with a frontage of 140 feet on Van Buren street. .The Salt River valley canal, com monly known as the old "town ditch" came up for considerable discussion, both in connection with the. Van Buren paving and the Seventh ave nue project. City Manager Farish and the city engineer pointed ont that until the problem was solved the paving of Van Buren street, east of Fourth avenue, was impractical, and that some - course of action would have to be udopted with refer ence to the canal before Seventh avenue con Id be paved. A number of plans for getting rid of the ditch were discussed informally, including siphoning it under Seventh avenue and other streets, taking steps to have it removed entirely and merely paving up to. it and letting future fenerations wrestle with the problem. The majority of property ownerj seemed to be in fdvor ot golnrf ahead and installing a mao-adam crossing on Seventh avenue, pendins the removal of the. canal. ' :. Barney Ktrsting, speaking of the difficulty occasioned by property- otvners 'removing their names after (hey had signed petitions for paving, cited the case of First street citi zens, some of whom, lie said had signed as many as six. petitions, and now the project was dead. He urged the property owners to . stand by their signatures, and not to cause the city useless expense, as had been done in the case of First and Madi son streets. .; ' v The desire of Five Points for pav ing, so "as ' to care for the traffic and get the trade of the hundreds of farmers who daily pans through that buy intersection,' was brought out by J. Wv Williams, ' who made a strong plea; for paving now. "Five Points .jsaflU 1 paving to' stop the Vusiness.tbaf ' is. iteming through fhere. fiin'o..tbu(.' the farmers who bring their- produce "through here will stop and trade," he said. This idea was heartily endorsed by the assem bly. Following a somewhat prolonged discussion of costs, an amendment to the original Van Buren street peti tion w.ts hastily drawn up. I agreeing to paving at a cost of approximately $1.90 per square yprd or less, the original petition having mentioned $1.50 per yard a the probable cost. The amended petition was signed by practically .all the Van Buren street property owners at the mooting, and will probably be . presented to, tho commission without further delay. "I think we have made a good start toward the Van Buren paving." said Chairman L U Steward at tlw close of the. meeting last night. "The Van Ruren street paving ought to go forward rapidly now, and thst. will act as an Incentive to more paving,"