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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1J20
First Nearly Complete Tabulation Compiled in State Showing Result of Tuesday Primary Election in Arizona
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Supremo Court
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State
Treasurer
Attorney
General
Supt.
Public Inst.
Corporation
Commission
State Mine Inspector
Tax Commits
United States Senator
Governor
Secretary of State
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Apache
Cochise ..".."."."...."
Coconino
Gila r.V.'.V."... "
Graham .
Greenlee 1'. "
Maricopa (two missing) ...
Mohave '
Navajo .Y.'.V.Y.Y.Y
Pima
Pinal "!!!!!!
Santa Cruz (two missing)".
Yavapai
Yuma
185 261 170 2S0
234 624 593 1260 651 791 ' 1589 108 2870 1587 1613 1213
106 306 216 139 40 91 56 34 170 234 397 189
102 161 1135 1112 315 301 467 328 1047 1660 1842 1013
110 120 202 147 256 111 401 63 479 704 343 381
478 310 411 175 102 58 602 760 550 475
5C0 2022 1462 1057 531 833 1238 576 1827 3767 716 2200,
305 283 108 48 69 59 170 246 336 13-
144 1G8 42 51 20 34 149 168 226 14
334 7SG 294 738 118 169 571 86 590 1016 891 833
126 133 90 81 35 50 371 51 238 314 240 24.V
260 779 404 394 132 93 147 234 593 873 562 480-
12 62 115 163 44 334 443 27 552 580 200 326
1794 4993 5433 5852 2683 3047 5474 1658 9472 12170 8038 7963.
464
251
143
53
15
1269
46
104
5S0
250
71
530
115
1S9
129
69
154
16
1277
86
240
371
91
63
837
20
345
S2
125
43
21
592
18
29
C3S
129
89
35
53
120
21
3d
87
9
22
46
9
. 40
378
60
330
87
169
268
7S
44
192
45
221
183
2125
2S1
1156
660
67S
165S
375
141
S2S
368
680
408
1044
156
641
390
234
3867
127
S6
175
145
279
1S2
1324
102
1477
22S
574
520
332
157
973
182
442
326
2043
231
191
1331
116S
231
333
300
656
263
527
224
645
192
778
39
201
22SS
287
135
4147
74
420
317
2291
134
9S5
127
329
1132
173
63
1328
3S6
547
350
3007
326
2253
1040
1212
4068
401
317
699
391
810
313
2178
302
17 48
417
529
2262
453
273
1476
330
849
1122
408
100
081
106
212
499
170
196
306
105
221
223
1336
214
1109
589
339
1179
217
95
397
178
483
417
2186
177
715
387
434
1834
226
105
546
327
236
397
202
1058
175
1084
203
531
2514
115
156
784
394
172
533
245
2327
349
1698
554
784
2750
384
228
1307
622
779
449
1915
234
1563
687
649
1431
112
882
503
371
2071
170
79
790
503
362
350
1702
' 342
2012
641
887
1871
512
399
9S5
187
719
.5SS
1656
172
761
209
310
2119
2321
390
1743
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843
3192
426
2178
204
1835
1204
691
2674
312
2005
157
1007
323
44S
996
204
665
238
451
314
1177
167
777
273
501
1329
256
316
175
350
280
1322
225
1459
513
655
3081
260
871
152
552
414
3177
351
181
604
135
651
560
137
63
253
65
520
284
825 1135
422
806
597
246
679
604
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Total
3900 3542 1846 455 2055 9358 7329 6637
11348 5523 7845
14337 11939
3227 6553 7772 7964 12231 10707
7624 10845 6649
11798 11763
6808 5701 9514
EXPLANATORY NOTES Apache. No totals obtainable in any shape
fourths of the county, with no indication that added returns will effect results
change results. Greenlee, final and complete report for all Democratic candid
senatorial contest. Mohave, about 100 votes counted on so natorial race an
of Navajo county. The Democratic vote for senator omits Winslow No. 3, totals
missing in the tabulation for the Republican senatorial race and one or two sm
Yuma, eight precincts missing, of which two are large, one numbering about 150
arbitrarily from the total vote cast.
for publication. Cochise, practically complete return s with the exception of the Republican count, in which 10 precincts, including one large one, are missing. Coconino, tabulation for three
materialiy. Gila, two small precincts missing in Democratic count, Republican count takes care o only 13 out of 33 precincts. Graham, practically complete tabulation; additions will not
ates; Republican returns incomplete as no attempt to tabulate them was made. Maricopa, complete with the exception cf two precincts for the Democratic returns and five for the Republican'
d about 150 for the rest of the offices. Navajo, tabulation carries returns from Winslow precincts Nos. 1, 2 and 3; Holtvook , St. Joe, Woodruff and Taylor, making more than 50 per cent ot the vote
for Case, Peterson, Adams, Cashel and Vaughn not obtainable. Pinal, no tabulations have been made in Pinal county by the county officials or anyone else. Pima, one large city precinct is
all ones in thecountv for th entire lint nf nffi Santa Cruz, several small precincts missing and Republican returns more incomplete still. Yavapai, small and unimportant precincts missing.
intps. rj n tshii atinn ua miria txr Mnrruu r- n m m c i n nt r in Yuma count inrougn some oversiunt. ana xne votes w in wnicn ne is creanea are nmoiy aporoximacions uivcm mur
II RESCUE TEAMS.
CONTEST FOB HONORS
N FIRST 1 WORK
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
DENVER, Colo., Sept. 10.-Sisty-elght
teams, representing mines in
every section of the country gave
demonstrations of first aid work here
today in connection with the interna
tional mine rescue contests bein held
under the auspices of the United States
bureau of mines and mining organiza
tions. The teams had two problems on
which to work. In the first they were
required to apply treatment to a man
supposed to have sustained severe in
jury to his left eye ball, a broken knee
cap and a dislocated shoulder. They
were allowed eight minutes in which to
complete this test.
In the second problem they attended
a miner supposed to have been a vic
tim of carbon monoxide gas who also
had a fractured leg and arm. They
weer allowed eight minutes in which to
attend to him.
Two physicians Judged each team,
marking it according to the time re
Quired to properly attend to the pa
tient and also according to the correct
ness of the treatment given. Dr. R. R.
Bayers, chief surgeon of the United
States bureau of mines, was chairman
of the Judges.
The contests were held in the stock
yards stadium and were attended by a
large crowd.
The policy of concealing the identity
of the teams participating, which was
inaugurated yesterday, was continued
in force.
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AGAIN GRANTED REPRIEVES
LINCOLN, Neb., Sept. 10. Alson B.
Cole and Vincent Grammer, condemned
Howard county murderers, were today
reprieved by Governor McKelvie until
Nov. 12 in order to allow time for dis
posal of applications which were filed
in federal .court. Cole has received 14
reprieves and Grammer 12.
COX TO TALK IN
PHOENIX SEPT. 22
REPORT DECLARES
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., Sept. 10.
Governor James M. Cox. democratic
presidential candidate, will speak
in Flagstaff Sept. 23 and in Wins
low and Ilolbrook the same day, ac
cording to an article appearing in
today's Northern Arizona Leader,
which further states he will speak
at Phoenix on the afternoon of Sep
tember 22, leaving Phoenix at 5:25
that afternoon for the northern
part of Arizona. His addresses Jn
Northern Arizona will he made from
the train.
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U.S.
ODUCTi SHOWS
DECLINE M YEAR 1S1S
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
WASHINGTON, .Sept. 10 Produc
tion of both gold and silver declined
last year, Director of the Mint Baker
announced tonfght in making public
revised figures which showed the pro
duction to have been:
Gold, $60,333,400; silver, $63,533,652.
In fine ounces, the output -totalled 2,
018.62S of gold and 56,682,445 of silver.
The director placed the loss in the
production of gold as compared with
the previous year at $8,313,300, while
the slump in silver mining reduced tha
output by 11,127,000 ounces.
Californi'a leads in the production of
gold, the state's output being 841,633
ounces, worth $17.38,200.
Colorado ranks second with a gold
production valued at $10,249,300. Alaska
produced 4S1.9S4 ounces valued at $9,
963.500. Montana was the leading state In
the production of silver with an out
put of 15,D12,000 ounces, worth on the
current market about $16,800,000. Utah
was second with 12,542,623 ounces,
worth $14,058,650.
Virginia and South Carolina man
aged to creep into the list of states
producing the precious metals, accord
ing to Mr. Baker's statement. Vir
ginia s total, however, was only eight
ounces of silver while South Carolina
found fives ounces of gold and two
ounces of silver.
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$50,000 IN BONDS MISSING
ATLANTA. Ga,. Sept. 10. A ship
ment of bonds understood to be valued
at $50,000 was stolen from a Southern
railway train near Carnelia, Ga., last
night, according to dispatches receive!
today. A station agent at Cornelia
who investigated smoke in the station
lavatory found partly burned papers
and a rifled mail pouch. Federal au
thorities admitted that a pouch had
been stolen, but declined to discuss the
details. It was reported from Cornelia
the pouch was en roote from an At
lanta bank to a New Tork bank.
BERRY IIICTIINT
HUB WHOLESALE
PLUS! TO SWINDLE
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
LOS AXGKLFS, Sept. 10 Service of
a copy of an indictment on Otis B.
Perry when he was arraigned here to
day, brought to light the fact that six
teen persons had been indicted here
last Wednesday on four charges of
larceny by trick and device. Officials
said the indictments ,charged partici
pation in confidence games ad had
been regarded after etensive investi
gations had been made in the middle
west.
The indictments charge that three
persons were induced to part with an
aggregate of $89,000 through purchase
of worthless securities and that ef
forts were made to obtain $10,000 sim
ilarly from a fourth person.
Berry, until recently, was an assist
ant cashier in a bank here. lie was
arrerted Wednesday. AH the persons
named in the indictments either are
under surveillance or have been ar-
rsted, officers said. The list of those
indicted includes William Metier, Ab
ner B. Thomson, Fred Wels, Joe Stan
ley, .Toe "Carter, George Carter, John
Doe Hathaway, J. W. Davis. aii Fred
Mayne and three "John Does" and
three "Richard Roes."
The indictment alleges that on June
23. 1920, the defendants procured $43,
000 Cash, and securities from Thomas
Donohue of Altoona, Pa.; on March
13. $13,000 from John Bassler of Am
arillo, Texas, and on an unnamed date
$17,000 from John F. Herr of Lancas
ter, Pa. It is alleged in a fourth count
that the defendants conspired In April
to secure $10,000 from Simon Weiss of
Fargo, N. D., but that this attempt
failed.
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PAREDES SUMMONED TO CAPITAL
Swift's Premium Skinned Hams
(whole or half) per lb
Salt Pork,
per lb.
Shoulder Pot Roast of A-l Beef
per lb. .-
Country Sausage,
per lb
Leg of Mutton,
per lb. ..-..:
48c
25c
20c
25c
32c
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MEXICALI, Lower California, Sept
10. Word was received here today
that Consul M. M. Paredes, who has
been stationed at Calexico, just across
the international boundary, has been
succeeded by J. J. Savela of Mexico
City. It was announced that M. Pa
redes had been summoned to Mexico
City, and while the consul declined to
comment on the orders, it is believed
here that they indicate a jromo' ion for
him. .:j2SJtJjSJI
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"NOVEMBER 11" TO BE
NAME OF PARIS STREET
- PARIS The Paris municipal coup-
cil is planning one of the streets of
Paris "November 11" in conection with
the Armistice day fetes this fall.
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TOUCH-OFF BIG BLAST
JEROME, Ariz., Sept. 10. As part of
the work of taking the top 500 feet oil
the United Verde mine here, ten tons
of dynamite were exploded late today
in a single blast. The charge was
held in four holes, each 110 feet deep,
eight inches in diameter at the top
and five inches at the bottom, sunK
into porphyry rock with churn drills.
At the blast, a solid rock more than
100 feet wide and 130 feet high was
dislodged, shattered and reduced to
sizes suitable for removal by steam
shovel. There was no accident. The
shock was barely perceptible a few
hundred yards away.
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GOES TO JOIN HUSBAND
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Sept. 10.
Mrs. Luz Corral de Villa, wife of iTan
cisco Villa, who 4ias resided in San
Antonio four years, departed Friday for
Parral, Mexico, to join her hushana..
There were 20 others in Mrs. Villa's
party. The Villas will be established
on the Hacienda del Canutillo, one of
the ranches set aside for demobilized
Villistas.
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VIRGINIA MINE STRIKE ENDS
VIRGINIA CITY, Nev., Sept. 10. The
five-day strike of &00 miners was ended
tonight by announcement that the mine
operators had agreed to pa.y a scale of.
$6 a day an increase of $1 over the
old rate, which the miners went out
for. The Virginia City miners' union
took no part in the strike as its con
tract with the operators has not ex
pired as yet
LABOR DELEGATES RIOT
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. Police re
serves were called to the central open?
house at midnight tonight to suppress
a disturbance which followed announce
ment by Samuel Gompers of the names
of a committee appointed to draft a
constitution for the newly organized
central trade and lah&r council of
Greater New York and vicinity. The
men appointed to the committee by the
American Federation of Labor head
were. James P. Holland, president of
the New York State F(deratlon of
Labor and Peter J. Brady.
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ENGINE EXPLODES; 2 HURT
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Sept.
10. A Rock Island freight locomotive
exploded near Falcon, 16 miles east of
Colorado Springs, this afternoon, hurl
ing the engineer and fireman high in
the air so that they crossed and fell on
opposite sides of the track from whore
they had been seated. Each of the
men, Timothy Foley, engineer, and D.
Warren, fireman, sustained a broken
leg.
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TO MAKE CABINET CHANGES
SAN ANTONIO. Texas. Sept. 10
I'rovisional President de la Huerta of
Mexico will make three important
changes In his cabinet, according to
information today from Mexico City.
General Jacinto Trevino. secretary of
public works. Gen. Antonio Villareal.
secretary of agriculture, and Gen. Sal
vador Alvarado. secretary of the treas
ury, are to be replaced, it was understood.
DTSCS KEEP OUT FOREIGN RATS
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NEW YORK Here's the way New York health officials are preventing
the invasion of foreign rats by placing metal disks on the hausera of all
trans-Atlantic steamers. They take no chances with bubonic plague-infected
rats, which are often carried by ships from one country to another.
She's Leader in
World Dry Meet
Linsenmeyer and Geenen
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WASHIXCTON' Mr?. Ellis Ashy
Yost, a prominent suffrage worker,
will bo jn hartro of tho womenr.s nv--tivitir.s
of ih,- K,t, International roB-in-css
against al-.hf l:sm. A pageant
on the :-t'i's of tho -aitol will feature
the convention. Mrs. Yost, who is a
sk'.'ilr, j.uhhcist. rfrcntly presided over
the Republican btate convention of
West Virginia.
Charm log1 New Fall
Misses
Apparel for Women
aurid
Frisky mornings bid your thoughts to dwell upon the sub
ject of your fall outfit. Never before has Dame Fashion put
quite as much charm to her fall creations as now. It seems that
every garment has so much individuality! At least such is the
case with the garments selected for this department. When you
visit our department of exclusive styles, you cannot help but feel
you are right in the heart of a New York fashion salon. You will
not only be convinced that our styles are exclusive, but also you
cannot help but be pleasantly surprised at the remarkably low
prices of these first class garments. An early visit, and you will
agree that our suits, coats and dresses are unusually fascinating.
You can't resist them.
Sweaters
Fall sweaters will soon be In big demand..
We are prepared to promptly fill the needs
of those desiring one of the lovely tie backs
or Tuxedos in brush wool or camels hair;
any new shade or in the seasonable com
binations of colors. Heavy and light weights.
Prices
$10.50 to $34,50 "
Sport Skirts
Skirts of wool for sports reveal gaity of
plaids and checks. Our first showing of
skirts for the season comprises a number of
models in various interesting plaids as well
as novel combinations. They are in neat
styles portraying the new knife pleating,
differing from the accordeon pleats so much
in evidence in spring modes.
Woo! Scarfs
Very popular are these chic scarfs of camels
hair and brush wool. All the popular widths
and full length, some with pockets and belts,
fringe adorn many. A most elaborate as
sortment of patterns and coloring including
Roman stripe and poster effects. Also vivid
shades that are very appealing.
S8.S0 to $29.50
Basement- Specials for Saturday
1. Womens Seco silk kimonos, flowing
sleeves, full skirts in blue, lavender, navy,
pink, purple and red. Special
$3.89
2. Heather bloom petticoats with wide
flounce in pretty floral designs of pink and
black. Old rose, blue, purple. Special
$2,29
3. Kitchen aprons with bib, full ekirt, two
pockets; in solid colors. Also striped and
figured percales. Special
BL29
Underwear special on second floor,
-to-wear dept.
Ready-
4. Silk teddies made of extra quality sateen
and crepe de chine; daintily trimmed with
lace and embroidery. Specially priced
Store Hoars
9 'till 6
Saturday
Incliuided
Phone 4391
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