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THE AMZOXA REPUBLICAN, KIM DAY MOKXIXO, JANUARY U, 1916
PAGE SEVEN eater Reductions aturday of the ay ami For B if noi I All Women's Suits . . ... $395 f 1 Selling Out Men's Overcoats . . $4B5 j LiU l Li Woolnap Blankets Wow $1.50, lei! Comforts at 75c Children's Shoes Wow 65c Hen's Wool Underwear 50c, Boys' Suits and Overcoats $1. "Ruff Week" Sweaters 45c. Children's Stockings at 5c. Women's Coats at $1.85. Boys' Sweaters at 25c. I'M IIIITlllBaHCTiirT. mmlmlat LMmfmJmm ii j a i 7-ti t ei . a j tfw a r to h d a r r ' -a t COYOTES BEAT ALL 1TD FORM NEW GU1 STARS BY TWO RUNS! Uoai-li Osborne's Men Wipe (! round With Older Ol)oiieu1s (By Albert Pinney) Thf f'nyotes won 'hc-ir first i-in' ' I!:n-tii'C fis(C!dav aftf-i'iuMui mi tlie Polk street ball clinmnnd with ! n senre f 8 to . ft was a hard i fiuif-'ht Biime from the time the fimt hall was thrown till the last man was j out. The Coyotes played fast hall and just simi'ly out-classed the All ' Stars in every way. j Jewett, the hi;;" school his first ; sacker, played a strir game anil was ' also there when it came to swim;- I ini; the hat. Hoth Hellin and Twed dle pitched fine ball. Tweddle took Heflin's place in the third inninc to relieve Dick, who has been pitching ipiite :t hit in the past week. 'ap-j tain Itoss ixall played a star i;ame j at short and made some sensational catches that were thought to lie hits, j This same pave the Coyotes a world of exiicrif lice and also save Coach Osborne a chance to find his weak places on the team, which will . be filled with better material for the game Saturday with guards. TUe box score is as P. H. S. the follov 's: A P. . 4 . 4 i 4 . 4 . 4 Lyall. :s Adams, c Hrittiin. sb Walters, of Seaman, rf.. Jewett, fb . Hess, t'i & Euke, If Heflin,. p Tweddie, p.. Wright, tb . (loldberg. cf. 34 8 S 1 ! Ait n n e .4101 All Stars Benenato, p Thousands Upon Thousands of Dollars' MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, All to Worth in This The Most Stupendous CLUB AT Gl Valley Peojilc to Membership o Organization A meelin- will lie bold at the San .Marcos hotel, chandler this after noon for the purpose of organizing the San Marcos Coif Club. The San Marcos has probably the be:-t Is hole golf course in the south west. The course i.-i entirely grass, and is in superb condition. Harry Col- lis nationally Unown professional is in charge. It is the plan of the promoters of th club to be represented a.t the South western Meet to he held at Tucson in a few weeks. It is expected that I'hoe ni, the Evans school and Chandler people will make up the membership of the new club. o TO POSTPONE MATCH Republican A. P. Leased Wire XKW YORK. Jan. n- The proposed ten round bout between Jess Willard, world's heavyweight champion, and Frank Moran, which it was expected would take olnce in thl. nitv smo limo in .vinrch, probably will he postpone ! 1 ...... i I I i Make up 1 f the I Asylum ; 11,1,11 .Memorial Day. This step has be ! come necessary, it was reported to- ' nigjit, because Willard has informed j the promoters of the match that h? E; cannot ftfcht in March. If a later day a i is selected the bout will be staged in ft i the open. Van Il.iren, p.,. Miller, ss.... Hagley, cf Westfall. tb & Haldima n, sb. . . C. Miller, rf... Stuekv, If J. liy.in. fb.... Oppenhoff. p... rf . 0 0 0 0 34 fi Came J. Hire w.i s and called at 3 Paul .Terrv. la. Umpires, Attendance, 150. Official scorer, Karl Galpin. 41 WW 1 c;:s.aasM m w m mm STUDENT KILLED ifl i OF P. 001 FIGHTI 'atal Hiidin.u,- First in Forty five Vears. Several Injured Republican A. P. Leased Wire T'lIU.AUF.I.I'HIA, Jan. 13. One student was killed and six others were injured in the annual bowl fight between the freshmen and sophomore classes of the Cniversity of Pennsylvania which was won by the first year men. The student who lo-st his life was William I,ifson, seventeen years old of Elizabeth. X. J. Immediately .after the news of the tragic ending of the bowl fight reached police headquarters a detail of the murder sip:ad was sent to the university to arrest witnesses, of the affair and they will appear before the coroner when the impicst into 1 I.ifson's death is held. The fight was one of the fiercest held in years by the two classes and I.ifson's death was the first fatality in the long list of bowl fights since 1S70, although there have been men injured in these contests. There were TOO men in the struggle, 4flil sophomores and 30(1 freshmen. As usual they appeared in all sorts of apparel. Some wore football togs and others were stripped to the uisi. i ne nisi periou oi me ugni resulted in ; draw. In this periou object of the second try to touuh the fresli mai with the large i it was the j year men to I men's bow 1 wooden bowl in the possession of I sophomores. They failed, i In the second period ihe side which i succeeded in having the largest num ber of hands on the bowl when the I marshals blew their whistles wain the contest. The battle waged fierce I ly for fifteen minutes and when the J mass of students was disentangled ! Lifson was found at the bottom of jthe pile with his face stuck deep into the mud. He was unconscious, as I were several other students found lying about the bowl. Lifson was rushed to the university hospital j where life was pronounced extinct. 8 1 Edward A. Lifson. a senior in the j Wharton School of Finance and a ' brother of the dead freshman, who witnessed the fighting,, said .his l&8&i&3fi CT "Stk MT "m m hri S3 fa ml jkt . Ok rig ss e k m m Vfl U Sk II fi f. ri 5 1 I A r II k I a iilIIi H ill m 1 I rt-v a: v - tji vu k-.4 Mr v i . a -t i a arte u m m - r;. '.r . m nxr u u a j b srm m HERHDS OF TIT The supreme court of the slate of Arizona, in handing down a decision I yesterday afternoon in the case of the' state corporation commission vs. the' Heialds of Liberty, sustained Judge' Stanford's decision. They incidentally, raised the ipicstion as to the power of; the commission (under certain" condi- ! tionsj to withhold the li'-enscs to companies dc issuance siring to business in this state. The action vtich was ended by the court's decision, had its start in the Maricopa superior court some time ago. If followc d tiic w ithdrawal of licence by the corporal ion ommission. It is piimarily an insurance proposition. The license was revoked and the commission reiused to renew same. They took the care to the sn oerior court and applied for a writ of mandamus. The court found for them and ordered the commission to reissue the desired license. The commis sion then appealed the ease to the su preme court. ! proper and competent tribunal to ap- ln the decision l anded down yester- i peal to for a review of the action of the day the court held that if a corpora- corporation commission. Whether tion has met with tile requirements of' mandamus is the "proper proceedings" the law governing such cases, there is ' mentioned in the statute is another nothing for the commission to do but question, it is evident that the legis to issue the license or permit. Accord- j lative intent was to refer the com ing to the decision, tfic state legislature : plaining party to some well known has " defined the sort of corporation j statutory or common law proceeding, which may be grc.nted such license, ', H might have provided for a summary and that the commission has no dis- 1 hearing and review of the action of the cretion in the matter w hen all of the j cot porn! ion commission in the superior provisions have been complied with, j emu t. as it did in Paragraph 3:181, The court interprets the meaning of. Civil Code, in reference to the revoca thc word "may" in the law as meaning ! tion of suspension of licenses to do "shall", but qualifies its decision by saying that "it is possible that crises might arise wherein the commission might be required to exercise discre- I tion or judicial functions." Aral that 'in case such a situation should arise, , it would then he time enough to de j (ermine whether the action of the com I mission may he gone over and revised by th" proceedings in mandamus. I While there is little or no question but that the decision limits somewhat the discretionary powers of the com mission, it is not believed that the brother's death was accidental, did not want the p ..dice to malic arrests. Worth of Merchandise for Go With Little Regard for C!osingOut Sale Ever Held LI8EHTY III THE IS UHT SIIF1EE CO commission will be inclined to carry the case to the I'nited States supreme court. In case that body is compelled to issue a license, which it does not be liece should be issued, there still re mains a method by which the commis sion might defeat the spirit of the court ruling, although they would be technically complying with the order. That would be by issuing the license and later using their vested power to vnke it. The commission has undis puted right to revoke any license or . permit which thev believe does not i comply with the statutes governing ; such cases. Following is a part of the court's de cision relating to the case: ; "The action of the corporation com- mission, whether it he determined to j lie ministerial, discretionary or judicial I is 1 y this statute made reviewable in j the courts. From the coi.fiit ution and j laws of the slate we think the superior Icouit of Maricoi a county was the Ibusiness by other kinds of insurance I corporations, than fraternal. It did not see fit to do that, but instead provided 'that when the corporation commission i ref jsed to issue a license or revoked a j license to a fraternal corporation that snob corporation could have such ac j tion reviewed "bv proper proceedings ' in any court of competent jurisdiction " i "Tile statute provides that the com ' mission shall reduce its ruling, order or decision to writing and file the same . in the office of the corporation com mission and shall furnish a copy i thereof, togitlier with a statement of He Jits reasons, to the officers of the so myjeiety. The court is empowered to re I view the commission's action as ex pressed in its older, tailing or decision, j together with its reasons. The uppel- lani. docs not undertake to justify its a.ition by any order, ruling or decision in wrLiiur, nor does it assign any rea son in it.' answer for refusing to issue 1 license, except that it contains the law lodges in it the discretion to gram or refuse a lie( use as it may choose and in doins so it is exercising quasi judicial functions." y LOCAL NEWslfOTES ? AT THE ADAMS M. F. Ryan, Bisbee: J. E. Hayes. Los Angeles; W. S. Fife, and W. L. Carden an.i wife. Los Angeles: W. S. Breakfield. Lowed; p. w. l'.ull-Md. Congress Junction:' F. E. Carpenter. New York; F. M. Hartman. Tucson: Richard Warren and R. R. Seeds, El Paso; A. C. Smith, San Francisco: James E. Adams, and wife, Quiucy, 111.; D. W. Isaacson, Willcox; A. A. Mangum, Los Angeles: ,T1. Welch. Los Angeles; A. C. McQueen, Pres co((; Sam Smith, Magma: L. C. Brite, Marfa, Texan: New York; II. O Diego; Mrs. L. Mrs. von Clatz. Larriek. San Clark, Chicago; W. P. McComhs, Los Angeles; Mar guerite Knox. Los Angeles: Until La- Rue, Xeedles: William Harlon, San Francisco; H. D. Xaterman. San Francisco; F. W. Dunn and wife, and Mrs. S. H. Black, Quartzsite: L. S. Tarmon, San Francisco; W. 1). Webb, Los Angeles: Clifton Mathews, Bis bee: M. B. Myers, Los Angeles; Mrs. P. M. McElroy, Xew York: Miss Murray, Chicago; C V. Fewer and C. L. Hardy. Xogales; P. o. Brew ster and wife, Denver: John Baker. San Francisco; Robert D. Brooks and family. Pittsburg: Pauline Sehulz. Pittsburg:' D. H. Fairchild and wife. Ilayden. HERE FROM FLAGSTAFF r.I. D. Dunn, county assessor of Coconino county, who came here from Mag staff to altend the meeting of the county assessors, has been in the city for the past week, getting some of the fine winter sunshine, which is one of Phoenix' specialties. Mr. Dunn has not been in the best of health for the past few weeks, lint hopes to soon be able to return to his home and take iharge of the spring assessment work. AT THE COMMERCIAL William Messenger, Wickenburg; W. A. Spin r.ey and S. W. Smith, Chicago; A. A. Wilton. San Antonio; E. W. Spears, City: John W. Murphy, El Paso; H. TuMieT. lil Paso; Ed Beach and wife, Long Beach; Mrs. E. M. Wenger, Los I Angeles: c. A. Lnnecy. Chicago: S. E. Jor.us iu. Fresno: T. Weller and wife, Chicago; II. W. Logan, San Francisco; J. I . McCar'S Billings, Mont.: . K. A. Carter. Denver: William Patterson, Seattle; L. V. Pugh, Jerome: Vernon Stoiy. (ilolie; W. II. Thorpe, Parker: P. Anderson. Teinue; J. 1). Cross, St. Louis; Eail laar. Casa Crandc; Fred Roinhait, San Francisco; J. Colin, i.os Angeles: O. M. Shannon; Oeorge F. Cocke and wife. Palo Verde; J. II. Aimer: .Mark Hicks; H. A. Shute: A. C. Wills. Roosevelt; Eugene Xew man, Frescott: 1". J. Johnson, Los An gel. s; A. Wolff, I.e.? Angeles; L. A. (iriffen, Winkciman: o. B. Sutton; L. B. Sutton; ii. Perea. AT THE JEFFERSON W. H. M.. her. Olobe: H A. Harter. J. W. Casey. Los Angeles: Miss I". Meyer, Iis An geles: E. M. Blake and wife, Ilayden; W. H. Williamson and J. 1). Ruthrutf. Asl land, Ky.: I. J. Kingston. Spring field. Mass.: R. R. Duncan, Santa l e: J. E. Whitcher. Los Angeles: W. H. Savoy. Los Angeles; C. C. Hill, Roose velt: Mrs. F. M. Wenger, Los Angeles. A. J. campion. Flagstaff; George Wal ker, Pre.icott ;' A. J. I.a.ey, Riverside. Cal.; W. Jeff Martin, Canon: F. K. Crimm, Los Angeles; J. X. Miles, Miami: O. L. Emery, and E. M. Xorris. Miami; Dan S'lehc.n, New York; M. Schotl. Xcw York: L. A. Chiploy, Los Angeles: II. A. Xixson, Tucson; Sam Knight, Sonoiita; W. H. M irker: Clobe; W. McKay, Brown and wife, Ohbago; It. Hill. Xew York: ficorge Walker. Prescott; G. B. Hogmason. Ilayden. VETERAN MERCHANT ILL Frank Ciiebcl, the veteran West Washington street merchant was tak en to the Sister's Hospital on Tuesday, suffering from the result of a nervous hieakdown. He has not been in very good health for the past few weeks, and it is hoped that the time spent in the hospital wilt materially benefit him. Mr.. Giichel has been a resident of this city for the past 3S years. HERE FROM GLOBE At tome v William E. Rrooks of Globe, former speaker of the house of representa tives, was in Phoenix yesterday look ing up some of his old friends and talking politics. AT THE FORD John E. Gant, Los Angeles: E. O. O'Leary. San Francisco: Matt Brown, Hooker, fikla.: Albert Wharton and wife and Harry Lewis and wife, Carnegie, Pa.: G. H. Wesbrod, Kenton, Iowa: Miss Mae Russell. Vail, okla.; C. M. Zan der. City; Clark Eads, City; F. G. Ohenehain, St. Ijouis; Xellie G. Wharton, Miami; J. S. Meyers, Bil Paso.