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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, 'SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920
PAGE FY
I
FREIGHT RATE
ITEST TO BE
AY
Arizona Protests Against
Alleged Excessive Tariffs
To Come Up Before I. C.
C. Representative
Arizona's fight for more equitable
freight rates on cement shipments
from California and El Paso will be
taken before an examiner of the
interstate commerce commission at a
hearing to be held in the rooms of the
Arizona corporation commission Mon
day morning, starting at 10 o'clock.
Other freight rate cases to be heard at
the same time include sugar rates from
California producing points to Arizona,
rates on fresh fruits and vegetables
from Montana, Idaho, Utah, Washing
ton, Oregon and California to Arizona,
and rates on cereals from New Mexico,
and west Texas to Arizona. It-is prob
ably the most important hearing of its
kind ever held in Arizona, say members
of the corporation commission.'
Interest generally Is centered in the
fight befng made by the corporation
commission against existing freight
rates, which are held to be unjust and
excessive. The petition for lower
rates was filed under the old rate of
32 cents per hundred pounds and be
fore the 20 per cent increase became
effective August 26. The existing rate
is 40 cents a hundred.
H. C. Keene, examiner for the Inter
state commerce commission, will coo
duct the hearing in this city. Promi
nent railroad officials representing
lines involved in the controversy are
already beginning to arrive. Carrier
representatives here include G. H.
Becker of San Francisco, general
freight and passenger agent" of th
Santa Fe; Elmer Westlake, San Fran
Cisco, attorney for the Southern Pa
cific, and M. W. Curnmings of the
Southern Pacific traffic department.
Many Tariff Questions
Numerous questions involvfng tar
iffs will be fought out at the local
hearing. It is expected. The Arizona
corporation commission has prepared a
mass of figures to support their con
tention that a lower rate Is just and
equitable.
No particular rate Is being asked by
the corporation commission. It is the
contention of the Arizona commission
ers that the existing rate is excessive
but they leave the matter of fixing an
equitable rate with the fnterstate com
merce commission, which will ulti
mately review the proceedings and
claims.
Other freight rate matters to be
taken before the I. C. C. representa
tive Monday directly affect living
costs and for this reason wide fnter
est is centered in the ultimate out
come. A savings of several hundreds
of dollars each year will result to resi
dents of the state if the commission is
successful in obtaining lower freight
rates on sugar, fresh fruits and vege
tables and cereals, ft is claimed.
September 22 members of the cor
poration commission will go to Los An
geles to present their claims for more
Just passenger rates from Missouri
river gateway points to Arizona. New
Mexico and Nevada. It Is the conten
tion of the commission that Arizona
porats are entitled to a lower passen
ger rate than now exists and it points
, out in this connection that the fare
from Kansas City to Yuma is the same
as the fare from Kansas City to Los
Angeles and even 300 miles north of
that city.
COURT ATTENDED TO
II MISSING DETAIL
Dolores Valenzuela and Juan Diaz
knew the happiness of complete (un
derstanding. They had worked and
planned together for five years in
v building for themselves a home.
Through many - hardships they had
forged their way until they finally
fitted up a neat comfortable place for
themselves at 232 South Second street.
But in planning for the future to
gether they had overlooked one phase
of domesticity which remained for Po
1 iceman Williams to call to their at
tention. He arrested them for violat
Ing ordinance 160.
"Do you want to get married?" asked
Judge Thomas of each of the defend
ants when they were brought before
him in police court yesterday. The
question brought forth two affirma
tive answers.
"When?"
Policeman Blea acted as interpreter
and declared the couple was ready to
go through the ceremony at any time
It was then 4:30 o'clock p. m.
"Send a man to the court house
with this couple to assist them in get
ting a marriage license and let him
act as witness to the ceremony, in
structed the judge.
Ten minutes later Juan Diaz ob
tained a license and was standing with
Dolores Valenzuela before Judge R. C.
Stanford, who pronounced them man
and wife.
As they left the court house, arm in
arm, they were greeted with .a chorus
of birds. Mendelssohn does not have
the exclusive on wedding marches.
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Building .Permits
n. : n
Walter Switzer, remodeling store
KulMinf. S1300
Flickenger & Dibble, residence, 1110
North Tenth street, $2500.
J. H. Williams, residence, 72 West
TJl'lvr KtrPAt. $10,000.
N. E. Greenway, residence, 1209 East
McKinley street, $3800. -
TVTathias and Schloss. residence. 636
North Fifth avenue, $3800.
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r-rninsivp shells of crude construe
tion", were first used in warfare during
the mi'ddle of the sixteenth century.
Hollow balls of stone or cast iron filled
with gunpowder were empioyea.
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rnMn rountv. Texas, on the great
"staked plains" has a population of
only 67 in its area or by square mnes,
v, crrt hPi-ds of cattle that feed
I U L U.l. es.
on the plains take care of quite a lot
of outside population.
We Deliver The
GOODS .j
Patton Bros.
Grocery
Phone 1751-1709
RO
HEARD
0
Buy. School Shoes
Now and Save
Footwear that has made this store
the buying center for children's,
misses', youths' and boys' footwear.
We are complimented daily on the
style, wearing qualities and fit of
our Juvenile Footwear and we
realize that, it is because of the
great values we- are offering the
public of which the following are
good examples.
(Mezzanine Floor)
"Buster Brown,? School
and Dress Shoes for the
Youngsters
Black or brown leathers with turn
or welt soles; button and lace
styles; a complete range of sizes
for little tots and up to sizes for
the big miss. Priced at a pair
$2.50 $7.50
Children's, Misses' and
Boys' "Educator" Shoes,
At $3.00 to $7.50
Black and brown leathers with
turn. or welt soles; button or lace
styles. Values of the most excep
tional" kind, at a "pair - ,
$3.00 TO $7.50
"Little Pal" Shoes for
School and for Play,
$4.00 to $5.75
Made of light weight Chrome
leather with flexible- welt soles.
Shown in Pearl, Tan, Brown and
Black; button or lace styles.
Priced at a pair
$4.00 TO $5.75
Boys' "American Boy"
and "Boy Scout" Shoes,
$3.25 to $8.50
These shoes are famous for their
service giving qualities, stylish ap
'pearance and the comfort they af-.
ford. Made of carefully selected
leathers by highly skilled shoe
makers and over modern lasts and
patterns. Shown in black gun
metal, box and tan ' calfskin in
shapes suitable for every foot and
age. Priced, at a pair
$3.25 T0 $8.50
Women's and
School Girls'
Shoes, at
$6.95
Shoes that form-
erly sold at
$10.00 to $11.50
Grouped in one great lot,
about two hundred pairs
of Women's and School
girls' English walking
shoes in brown and black
calfskin and kidskin.
Every pair sold regularly
for $10.00 to $11.50 a pair.
The entire lot to be clear
ed out Saturday at the ex
tremely low price of a
pair, $6.95.
- (Mezzanine Floor)
Toilet Goods Are
Cheaper at This Store
65c Harriet Hubbard Ayers Red
Rose Talcum Powder 59c
SOc Hyglo Rouge 39c
50c Melba Face Powder 39c
$1.25 Djerkiss Toilet Water 98c
75c. Melbaline Perfume 59c
10c Colgate's Bath Soap
3 cakes for 20c
25c Perin's Nail Polish .... 10c
50c Pond's Cold Cream 39c
25c Spiro Deodorizing Powder 19c
50c Pebeco Tooth Paste 39c
35c Colgate's Shaving Stick 29c
50c Prophylactic Tooth Brushes 39c
(First Floor)
Read What
EXTRA HEAVY HUCK TOW
ELS, 29c Size 19x36 inches; all
white or with colored
border; each at.
29c
HUCK TOWELS, AT 19c OR A
KOZEN, AT $2,25 A good huck
towel with a red border; size
24x18 inches. Special at $2.25
a dozen, or each.
19c
at
t
$1.25 TURKISH BATH TOW
ELS, 89c An extra heavy bath
towel that is 48x24 inches. A
real $1.25 value.
Each, at
89c
TURKISH BATH TOWELS, 25c
Plain white or with red bor
der; size 28x18 inches. A O r
matchless value, at each,
COMFORT COVERING, 35c
Full yard wide; shown in at
tractive patterns,
yard.
35c
DO
Store Hours 9
A. M. to 6 P. M.
On Saturday
Evenings We
Remain Open
Until 9:30
O'ClDck
The Store of
LTJ L-J - i ' ' ft
dividuality. The particular woman will appreciate
wonderful new ideas in Chin-Chin Styles, Tarn Crowns,
and Off -The-Face Hats. A remarkable showing and
remarkable values at $10.00.
(Second Floor)
Mew AiutaMini
Specially Priced for Today's Selling
Every Item Is a Big Money Saver
YARD WIDE DRESS SAT
INS, AT A YARD, $2.79 -
36-inch dress satins in all new
and wanted Fall shades, in
cluding sports and street
shades. Specially (JO H(
priced, at a yard, P
YARD WIDE BLACK SATIN
PRINCESSE, AT A YARD,
$2.95
36-inch black satin Princesse,
in a wonderful grade. See this
beautiful satin, priced special,
at a 0 OK
yard, . 6.VO
EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY
CREPE METEOR, AT
Full 40 inches wide; all the
wanted fall shades are repre
sented. Priced special for to
day's selling, 0 QK
at a yard, .
$H).95
the Economy Bargain Basement Offers Special for Todays Selling
DRESS GINGHAM. 39c A love
ly assortment of dress ginghams
in pleasing patterns and color
ings; 27 in. wide. A QQr
yard, at 07C
AMOSKEAG DRESS CHAM
BRAYS, 49c Full 32 in. wide;
a choice lot of colors and pat
OUTING FLANNEL, 34c Fancy
outing flannel in cream, rose and
light blue;
extra heavy
real value, at
SERPENTINE AND PLTSSE
CREPE, 40c One large table full
terns from which to choose.
of new patterns, priced
special, at a yard.
Buy them at a
yard , -
49c
YARD GOODS REMNANTS OF
ALL KINDS, AT ONE-THIRD
OFF REGULAR PRICKS ONE
large table holding short lengths
of 1 to 6 yards of ginghams,
voiles, skirtings, shirtings, mus
'lins, percales, crepes, challis,
table damasks, and l- OFF
sheetings, a yard, at 3
49c FANCY DRESS VOILES,
29c Shown in light, medium
and dark colors and in a host of
choice patterns, full 40 inches
wide. We have been (--oiling
FEATHER PILLOWS, $1.50
Good weight pillows filled with
clean feathers and covered with
pretty art ticking.
Sale Trice, only
$1.50
$6.50 BLANKETS, AT A PAIR,
$4.95 Beautiful plaid blankets
that are in size. 66x80 inches.
Save money by purchasing
them at a
pair,
$4.95
IMPORTED DAMASK TABLE
CLOTHS, $8.45 Size 70x72 inch
es; patterns to please
$3.45
them at 49c
A yard, nt
the housewife. Each,
ALL YOUR SHOPPING HERE
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION
Service
The House
' (Q)
Are so unusual,
ferent that we
about them.
feature today over 300
Silk Lyons Velvet in the season's best COLORS, in
cluding Henna, Canary, Sand, Chow, arid Chinesese
Green.
These Hats have an unusual in
WHITE AND TAN SPORT
TUSSAH, AT A YARD,
$2.95
Full 40 inches wide. A beau
tiful quality . Sport Tussah,
shown in white and tan. Buy
it here today, at $2.95
PLAIN COLOR DRESS SAT
IN, AT A YARD, $1.95 36
inches wide, shown in all the
most wanted and most popu
lar shades for the new Fall
season. Priced special for this
occasion, at a 95
J. A. MIGEL'S MOONGLO
CHARMEUSE, $3.48
40 inches wide ; shown in every
' street and evening shade as
well as shades for sports
clothes. Priced at gg
a yard,
FINE GRADE CREPE DE
CHINE, AT A .YARD, $1.39
Full 40 inches wide ; shown in
the most desirable colors for
the new Fall season. Buy it
here today, at a 39
YARD WIDE MUSLIN,
Unbleached muslin in an
heavy grade; full
inches wide. A yard,
27 to 30 inches wide;
grade. A
a yard,
34c
MISSES' PARASOLS, $1.00
One small lot of misses' parasols
in pretty designs and' neat hand
les. To close the lot, &-f f(
your choice, at LUU
THE REMAINING LOT oV
WOMEN'S SUMMER HATS,
AT $1.00 An opportunity to get
a hat for the balance of the
49c
summer for a
Nifty styles, offered
at your choice.
WOMEN'S AND MISSES -MI D
DV BLOUSES, $1.49 All white;
some with braid trimmings;
others with black or
exceptional value, a
the low price of
WOMEN'S FULL
BREAKFAST JACKETS,
Made of a good quality
pontine Crepe; styles that
a yard.
29c
are sure to like.
Each.
TODAY STORE CLOSED MONDAY ON ACCOUNT OF HOLIDAY
Do All Your
Shopping Here
Today. Store
Will Be Closed
Mond xy on
AccDunt of
Holi lay.
of Courtesy
Our
Collection of
OA
smart and dif
had to tell you
Just think we
Finest Silk Duvetyn and
Silks
CHIFFON TAFFETA,
PRICED AT A YARD,
$n .95
Full yard wide chiffon taffeta
in a grade that will please you.
All colors are here from which
to choose. Priced (gj
special," at a yard,
(First Floor)
5o
extra
WOMEN'S NEW FALL DRESS
ES, $14.93, $17.50, $19.95 Lovely
styles In taffeta, messaline, satin
and crepe de chine dresses, in
black, navy, copen, brown, sap
phire, taupe, green, gray, and
tan; sizes 16 to 44. Choose from
the lot, at
$14.95, $17.50,
. $19.95
WOMEN'S WASH DRESSES
TO $9.00, AT $2.95 Stylish sum
mer frocks of voile, gingham and
36
nt
25c
"mere
song.
$1.00
l-.haki that sold up to
'Choose from lot,
at
$2.95
red ties
An
" $1.49
WOMEN'S WHITE BLOUSES.
98c Dainty stylos in plain,
striped and oross-barrod voiles;
?ome have touches of color on
collar and cuffs; many are pret
tily embroidered. CJQr
Each, at JoC
LENGTH
$2.9S
$2.98
We Are the Exclusive
Agents for the Following
Famous Lines of Footwear
Hanan & Sons, Walk-Over, I. M.
Miller and Queen Quality, Fall
shoes are arriving daily in the
above lines and we invite you to
inspect the very newest in foot
wear. (Mezzanine Floor)
Rug Bargains For
Today
9x12 Axmlnster Rugs in flor
al patterns; $70.00 values,
choice $47,50
9x12 Tapestry Brussel Rug,
Oriental patterns; $53.00
value, choice $45.50
9x12 Wool Fibre Rugs; small
patterns in all shades; $22.50
value, choice $17.50
9x10-6 Wool Fibre Rugs;
small patterns in all shades;
$18.00 value, choice $15.00
9x9 Wool Fibre Rugs; small
patterns in all shades; $15.00
value, choice $12.00
7-6x9 Wool Fibre Rugs; small
patterns; fn all shades;
$12.50 value, choice $10.00
9x12 Japanese Grass Rugs,
close warp; pretty designs;
$12.50 value, choice $9.95
8x10 Japanese Grass Rugs;
close warp; pretty designs;
$10.00 value, choice $7.95
6x9 Japanese Gras3 Rugs;
close warp; , pretty, designs;
$7.50 value, choice $5.95
(Third Floor)
Women's Low Heel Walk
ing Shoes, $3.95
Black, brown and grey
kid. Regular $9 to $11
values. Special for Sat
urday only, a $9 QC
pair, at PO.VO
Women's English Walk
ing Oxfords, $2.95
Regular $5.50 values.
Shown in black and brown
kid. A pair, g2 J)5
Men's Walk-Over High
and Low Shoes', $4.45
Mostly small and large
sizes. Wonderful values,
at the extremely low price
pair, $4.45
Boys' $5.00 to $8.00
School and Work Shoes,
At $2.95 to $5.95
High grade shoes for boys that are
suitable for school and work Use.
Black or tan calf skin that hava
been selling at $5.00 to $8.00 per
pair. Specially priced, at a pair,
$2.95 TO $5.95
Children's and Misses'
School Shoes, At $1.65
to $3.95
Black and" brown calf skin school
shoes in button or lace 6tyles; turn
or welt soles. Wonderful values,
at a pair,
$1.65 TO S3.95
'(Economy Basement)
Extra Specials in
Quality White
Goods
Middy Cloth, at a Yard,
79c
Fine quality Middy twill in a spe
cial weight for school use; 26
inches wide. .Triced spe- 7Q
cial, at a yard, J
$1.39 White Gabardine,
At a Yard, 98c
Just the thing for making Middy
Skirts. .It i3 a fine, even weave
fabric that will launder perfectly;
36 inches wide. A $1.39 grade,
priced special for Friday and Sat
urday's selling, Qfif
at a yard. UOK,
Pure Irish Loom Damask
In Short Lengths
Heavy double warp satin damask
in 2 and 2Va-yard lengths; 72 inch
est wide. The 22-'ard lengths ar
$7-50, and the 2-yard Qfi ffi
lengths are priced at tpOUU
(First Floor)
WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES
OR APRONS, 79c One lot In
neat patterns. Think of being
able to buy a pretty house dresH
or apron, at the wonder- nft
fully low price of '
WOMEN S UNION SUITS, 39c
Good grade gauze union suits in
lace knee stales. An unequalled
value, at a QQr
suit, Oit
WOMEN'S Sr,c GAUZE VESTS.
25c Don't fail to lay in a sup
ply of these vests while O "T ft
we offer them at each, tmdtJKy
$9.00.
WOMEN S COTTON HOSE. 2.r
Sho-.vn in black and tan, Sics
S1- to 10. Exceptional
values, at a pair
25c
ruys' 75c spout shirts, at
4:i- Just the thing for tlio boys
these hot days. T hey il jvcur
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