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DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913.
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WIFE LISTENS TO VERDICT
Commerce Court Jurist It Removed
From the Bench by Most Drastic
fleaolutlon Defendant Crushed at
Extent of Decision Against Him.
Washington, Jan. 16. On five of the
thirteen counts brought ngalnBt him
In the Impeachment proceedings be
fore the United States senate, Robert
W. Archbnld, Judge of the commerce
court, ono of the most Important tri
bunals In the land, was found guilty
Monday. On the first count only five
of the 73 senators voting supported
Archbald.
Ho was by the following resolution
of the sonnte removed from his high
ofllco and forblddqn over again to hold
an office of profit or honor under the
United States government: "The sen
ate does, therefore, order and decree,
and It is hereby adjudged that the re
spondent, Itobort W. Archbald, circuit
Judgo for the United States for the
Third Judicial circuit and designated
to servo In the commerce court, bo
end he is hereby removed from office
and that he be and is hereby forever
disqualified to hold and enjoy any of
fice of honor, trust or profit under
the United States."
Judgo Archbald's wife watched the
voting on the thirteen counts from
tho senate gallery and remained till
the end although tho first vole told
her that her husband bad been
stripped of his Judicial robes. His
son, Robert W. Archbald, Jr., who has
noted as his counsel, sat on tho floor
of the iBenate apparently unmoved
through the long session Archbald
himself fumed and fretted In a com
mltteo room on the gallery floor. He
was utterly crushed when he learned
the extent of the verdict against him
and retiring to his home, refused to
see or talk with anyone.
The' aceue ait the ueiiatoilal Jury
was delivering its verdict was as im
preoMve as it was unusual. One by
one the senators rose in their places
as their names wero called and an
swered "guilty" or "not guilty."
Some of them spoke in very low
tones. All were apparently affected
IoHne solemnity of the occasion.
The overwhelming vote against
Archbald on the first count, which
had to do with the coercion of the
Erie railroad to enter into a contract
with him for tho purchase of a culm
bank, waB sufficient to establish the
fate of the respondent. A conviction
on any of the five counts meant re
moval from tho bench.
On this count Senators Burnham,
Penrose, Oliver, Paynter and Catron
were the only members of tho senate
who voted to support Archbald. All
the rest, including Root, Crane and
Smoot, the senate representatives of
the president who placed Archbald on
the commerce court, were constrained
by the force of the evidence to vote
against him.
A difference of opinion as to the
degree of culpability saved him from
conviction on eight counts, but so
profound was the belief of the sena
tors in his unfitness that they vinlted
on him the severest penalty In their
power, when, after a brief secret ses
sion, they fixed punishment by resolu
tion. The house prosecuting committee,
led By Representatives Clayton of
Alabama and Sterling of Illinois,
whose energetic prosecution of the
case resulted In the present humiliat
ing conviction, sat without a change
of RxpresHlon through the afternoon.
8enator O'Gorman of New York
when the List vote was taken moved
that it be ordered by tho senate that
Judgo Archbald bo reraovod from tho
bench and forbidden over to hold of
fice of profit or honor under the gov
ernment. Oliver of Pennsylvania,
who, with his colleague, Penrose, had
voted to support Archbald, a Pennsyl
vania man, moved that thlB resolution
bo divided. This motion prevailed.
By viva voce voto and without dis
sent tho senate decided that Archbald
must be removed. A vote of 39 to
35 disqualified him from holding any
future office.
Two British Airmen Perish.
London, England, Jan. 15. Two
BrltlBh airmen, L. P. MacDonald and
a man named Inglls, were drowned
In the Thames Monday. The aviators
were flying at a height well above the
river when the machine suddenly
swooped downward. Immediately up
on coming Into contact with the water
the engine exploded. One of tho avi
ators clung for awhile to tho top of
the machine, but soon sank.
Chief of Army Signal Corps.
Wabhlngton, Jan. 15. President
Taft sent to the sonato Monday the
nomination of Col. George P. Scriven
of the United States army signal
corps to bo chief of the office, succeed
ing Brig. Gen. Jas. Allen, who retires.
Kills Mother Over Five Cents.
Pittsburg, Pa.. Jan. 15. Leroy Hlg
gins, eleven years old, angered be
causo he was refused five cents with
which to buy candy. Bhot and killed
his mothor in the bedroom of their
home at Monaca, near here, Monday.
American Dies In Mexico Battle.
Mexico City Jan 15 One Ameri
can was killed In an attack by rebele
on El Potrero an American owned
hacienda near Paso del Macho, in tho
etato of Vera Cruz Monday. The at
Uck lasted moro than an hour.
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This 1b the only group photograph received in the United States of
Wilhelmlna, queen of the Netherlands, and her consort, Prince Henry of
Meoklenburg-Schwerin, to whom sho was' married in 1903, and their daugh
ter, Juliana Wilhelmlna, born April 30, 1909. The young princess of Orango,
her official title, will succeed to the throne ocouplod by her mother, unless
b, son and heir to tho reigning house is born.
STIRS BUSINESS MEN
GOVERNOR WILSON APPEALS AND
WARN3 IN COMMERCIAL
CLUB SPEECH.,
:iriv.Kt,rflii.pn,..riiiip'r. Cain
Declares Public Good Must Be Put
Above Private Aggrandisement
Uses Plain Words Regarding Re
cent Money Trust Revelatlone.
Chicago, Jan. 14. Speaking at a
banquet given by the Commercial
club of Chicago Saturday nlgnt, Wood
row Wilson, the president-elect, de
llvorcd an earnest appeal and warn
ing to the business men of the coun
try. The business men of the country
were told bluntly that the pe&ceablo
suocesB of the new administration de
ponded on their co-operation, and that
without it the president would fight
for victory. They alBO ..were told
that no man who did not put tho pub
lic good above private aggrandize
ment be ho politician, merchant, or
personal friend could have Influence
with or part in the administration.
Pour lines of Mr. Wilson's coming
endeavor were set forth. They may
be summarized as follows:
Tho country must husband and ad
minister, not exploit, its common re
sources for tho common welfare, with
the idea of conservation not reser
vation. r
The raw material of tho country
must be at the disposal of every one
on equal terms, tho gc-verinent not
determining the terms, but guarantee
ing against discrimination.
Credit must be at tho disposal of
all on equal terms. In no other way
can dangerous claBB prejudice be re
moved. The bankers muBt see It is
dono.
Every feature of monopoly must be
removed.
Governor Wilson spoke with tho ut
most frankness about tho recent rev
elations regarding the money trust.
"I am not indicting tho banking
methods," ho said. "Tho banking sys
tem does not need to be indicted. It
is already Indicted. I havo reason to
believe from things which have lien
said under circles of credit, regions of
chilly exclusion and rogions of warm
inclusion. This must be changed.
Somo of the men who 'run the game,'
attempt to run it fairly, of course. But
tho country is not going to grow rich
by the efforts of those men who are
'In' now, but by thoso who are 'out'
now."
Mr. Wilson urged that all prejudice
oease. He specified sectional preju
dice and showed a hope that his elec
tion, that of a man of southern birth,
would show that tho southerner is not
of difforont breed from the northern
er. And then "ho pleaded for tho ef
forts of tho business men to dissolve
the class prejudice.
Misses Train; Wins Fortune.
Monte Carlo, Jan. 14. Richard
Landau, an English visitor here,
missed a train Sunday. Returning to
the casino, where ho ngaged hirasolf
at the roulette table, in a short time
he had won $20,000.
Floods Cause Much Suffering.
Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 14. Five hun
dred families living in tho low-lying
section of the city wero driven from
their homes by the sudden and almost
unprecedented rise in the Cumberland
liver Sunday.
THE NETHERLANDS
FLOOD LOSS $1,000,000
PITTSBURG INUNDATED BY OVER
FLOW OF TWO RIVERS.
60,000 Men Are Made Idle When Fae-
torlea Are Compelled to Shut
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Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 11. When a
crest of 31.3 feet was reported at tho
Junction of the Monongahela and Alle
gheny rivers here Thursday, the
fourth greatest flood in Pittsburg In
the last forty-seven years was re
corded. The water remained station
ary for two hours, then began to fall
slowly and had dropped to 29 H feet
at 6 o'clock In the evening.
The waters reached Penn avenue
and Federal street in tho downtown
section of Pittsburg, and temporarily
hut off business below that point, In
undated hundreds of homeB In the
lower sections of the north side, west
end and south side, flooded many of
the mills lining the river banks, made
approximately 50,000 men idle through
manufactories shutting down, and
caused in tho neighborhood of one
million dollars' lose through property
damage.
Stories of privation and suffering
come from both up and down the riv
ers, where thousands of homes havo
been flooded and relief Is being sent
from every quarter.
Only thrco greater floods have oc
curred in Pittsburg in the last forty
aeven years, or sinco 1865, and in 10T
years that records havo been kept
there have been only ten more serious
inundations.
THREE DEAD; 13 HURT IN FIRE
Firemen Confident Many Lost Their
Lives of Whom No Trace Will
Ever Be Found,
San Francisco, Jan. 11. Three
known dead and thirteen more or less
seriously Injured, somo of thorn fatal
ly, completes tho Hat of known casual
ties in a lodging houso fire, which
swept nearly a block of territory ly
ing on the north side of Howard
street between East and Stowart
streets horo Thursday.
Tho buildings destroyed were the
Maritime and San Pedro lodging
houses, both flimsy two-story frame
structures, given over to the trado of
the men of the sea.
Three narrow exits from the two
buildings wore the only means of
escape the lodgers had from the blaz
ing boxes of death and tho army of
flremon searching In the ruins for
bodios are confident many lost their
lives of whom no trace will ever be
found,
Wireless Men In Prison.
New York, Jan. 13. Tho threo mon
found guilty of a million dollar wire
swindle wore sentenced horo Friday to
tho foderal penitentiary at Atlanta,
Ga.
Newspaper Men Out of Jail,
Boise, Idaho, Jan. 14. R. S, Sheri
dan and O. 0. Broxon, publisher and
editor, respectively, of the Capital
News, and R. A. Cruzcn wero roloased
from Jail horo Sunday after having
served ten days contempt sentences.
German Balloon Drops In England.
London, Jan. 13. A German balloon
marked "Station Frledrichsafen" was
picked up on tho ooast of Suffolk Fri
day. There was nothing in the basket
of tho balloon exoopt Instruments and
a coll of wire.
TRUST QUIZ IS HALTED
G. BAKER DECLINES TO GIVE TES
TIMONY REGARDING DEALS.
Financier Concludes His Testimony
By Denying the Existence Of
a Money Combine.
Washington, Jan. 13. -While exnm
lnlng Qcorgo F. Baker Friday the
house money trust Investigating com
mltteo struck a snag when lU-trled to
trace the joint operation of Mr. Ba
ker with J. P. Morgan in tho handling
of issues of securities by railroads
and industrial corporations, as well
as the Joint Interest of tho two men
In banks and trust companies In New
York and throughout the country.
Mr. Untermyor nBked Mr. Bakor If
be could supply a statement of the
accounts by which the First National
bank Jointly with other institutions
handled through syndicates issues of
securities. Tho witness Bald hlB coun
sel had advised him that to demand
this information was beyond tho pow
ers of the committee. Tho facts wero
not known in detail by tho comptrol
ler of tho curronoy and he belloved
tho committee had no right to demand
them to be exposed to th public.
A statement of tho deposits of tho
First National bank was placed on
record. Mr. Baker said he belloved the
average deposits wero about $100,000,
000. On Novombr 1 the bank had 149
acoounts with balances of $29,676,
SB7.44. Mr. Baker, in concluding hiB testi
mony before the committee, denied
the exlsteno of a money' trust, but
admitted that the safety of tho pres
ent financial situation depended on
the personnel of a few men. He said
he thought furthor combination would
be dangerous He regards Morgan as
a great general,
London, Jan. 11. Long sentences
wnre pupped jn two of the militant suf
fragettes, many of whom In recent
months have engaged In a campaign
of destruction of tho malls. May Hi!
llnghurst and Louisa Gay, two of th"
first to be arrested )n connection with
these outragoB, wero brought up for
trial at the Old Bailey and condemned
to eight months imprisonment.
Wew York, Jan. II-. Representatives
of the Brotherhood of Locomotivo
Firemen and Enginomen and the com
mittee of managers from tho eastern
railroads agreed to ask Judge Martin
A. Knapp of tho United States com
merce1 court nnd Commissioner of La
bor Charles P. Neill to come to New
York and do what they can toward
sottllng tho differences under tho
Erdman act between the men and
their employers.
Washington, Jan. 13. Congresslon
al friends of her former White Houso
days thronged the Congressional club
Friday and greeted Mrs. Grover Clove
land at the reception given there by
officers of the club In her honor.
STRIKERS IN BLOODY RIOTS
Garment Workers Clash With Non-
Union Employes and Many Are
8crlously Injured.
New York, Jan. IS, Several clashes
between strikers and strike-breakers,
marked by bloodshed and many ar
rests, occurrod in tho atrlko of tho
garment workers Friday. Several
thousand recruits wero added to tho
number of tho revolters.
Moro than a hundred strikors, non
union employes, detectives and police
men had a free-for-all fight early in
tho day In front of tho fuctory of the
Star Kneo Panto company, In La Fay
etto street. Patrick Cartonno, a union
ploket, wuh Blushed ttlth a lazor nnd
hit on the head with nn Iron bar,
and a dozen of-the 'nmbatants re
ceived minor injuries.
1,000 IN PERIL ON LINER
8teamer Uranium Goes Ashore In Fog
Outside Halifax Harbor Life
boats Rescue Passengers.
Halifax, N. 8., Jan. 14. Tho lives
of nearly ono thousand passengers
wero imperiled Sunday when tho
stoamor Urnnlum, Captain Jack,
bound from Rotterdam for Halifax,
struck on tho ledges n quarter of a
mllo north of Chobucto Head on tho
southeastern shoro of Halifax harbor.
Dense fog, with a stiff south wind,
provallod when the ship drove her
bow on the rock. All of tho passen
gers wero taken off in safety.
File Bomb Men's Bond.
San Francisco, Jan. 11. Bail bonds
in tho sum of $240,000 for thoreleuso
of Olaf Tveltmoe nnd Eugono Clan
cy, tho convicted dynamlto conelpra
tors sentenced to six years In tho fed
eral prison at Leavenworth, was filed
here on Thursday before the United
States commissioner.
8he Has Five Boys at a Birth.
Abboville, La., Jan. 14, Fivo malo
children, all perfectly formod, wero
born to Mrs. Audroy Lassen, vvlfo of
a local carpentor Sunday. Two of
the children wero dead at birth, but
the others lived for a short tlmo.
Plot to Dynamite Premier.
Victoria, B. O., Jan, 14. Detectives
were on guard at tho homo of Sir Rich
ard McBrlde, premier of British Col
umbia Sunday, because of his receipt
of an anonymous lotter warning him
of a plot to blow him up.
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