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riWm ' '. THE sait lake TBEBura: Mojtday Morning, Makch 28, 1904. 5 5 I
jffm PROGEDOBE IN TRIAL OF
JpgJODBE SWAYfJE BY
a1! Fourth Member of the Fed
eral Bench to Face Im-
I til New Hampshira. Pennsylvania,
'jl Missouri Achieved This Dls
Jlf Unction Before Florida.
91; Secretary of War Belknap Was Last
aj Man to Pass This Ordeal Ec-
I fore Sonatc.
I! ' -r-l- -- 4-
11 - WASHINGTON. March 27.-Tho
I -f- case of Judgo Charles Swayno Is -f
II -f- now properly before tho House and
II is a. matter of the highest privilege,
II Mr. Palmer, In charge of this case,
11 says that he will not press It during -f
-f- tho consideration of tho sundry
civil bill, but he will call up tho
I caso at the- conclusion of that mcas-
I 4- ure. Whatever tho minority views
I to be filed In this caso by Reprcscn- -f
-t- tatlvo GUlett of California are, It
Is predicted that ,tho decision of tho -f
House can be rcachcd?wlthout pro- 4
I - longed discussion.
BY A. F. PHILIPS.
National Hotel, V
WASIUNNGTON, D. C. March 27. )
I T OW that tho House has dc-
l cldcd to impeach Judge Charles
I l Swayne of the United States
I court of Florida, the method of
K procedure is of Interest. In this connec
V tlon it should be said that only three
.,581 Federal Judges havo ever been lm-
I peached. They were:
x'fJl Judge Pickering of New Hampshire,
ffSl who was impeached for giving up the
Si J bark Eliza to her owner, without tak
nm Ing proper bond, after the bark had
been seized for smuggling, being drunk
' lm Qnd us'nS' profane language on the
;JH Judge Chase of Pennsylvania was Im-
peached for refusing to allow a. lawyer
i to audress the court or the Jury on a
question of law which he already had
uj" Judge Peck of Missouri, who was tho
f$ last Judge impeached, was' .charged
, wUh improperly striking the name of a
lariM from the roll of attorneys, for
conjfcempt. James Buchanan, afterward
President of the United States, was one
"of the managers on tho part of the
House in this trial.
The charges - which Judge Swayne
Congress have to meet
, Against the 'n the, fe bee'
T,in fore which he will
juabe- bo tried, are being
absent from his circuit; being a non
resident of his district; imprisoning a
lawyer in contempt proceedings, im
prisoning the son of a litigant, also for
contempt of court, and refusing to hear
a certain vWness In a case before him,
alleging that he would not believe tho
witness under oath.
The method of proceeduro in the im
peachment proceedings, the constitu
tional provisions with reference there
to are given first. They follow:
Tho House of Representatives
diall havo tho solo power of Impeachment
The Senate shall havo the solo power
to try all impeachments. When sitting for
that purpose, they shall be on oath or af
lirmatlon. When tho President of tho
Vitltcd States Is tried, tho Chief Justice
shall preside; and no person shall bo con
lctrd without the coucurrenco of two
thirds of the members present.
Judgment In cases of Impeachtnont shall
not extend further than to removal from
office and disqualification to hold and en
Joy any office of honor, trust or profit un
der tho United States; but tho party con
victed shall, nevertheless, ho llablo and
subject to indictment, trial, Judgment and
punishment according to law.
Tho President, Vice-President, and all
clll offlcors of tho United StatoK shall bo
removed from offjeo on Impeachment for,
and conviction of. treason, bribery, or
other high crimes and misdemeanors.
V Having decided upon impeachment,
j the House appoints a committee which
proceeds to the bar of the Senate and
there impeaches Judge Swayne of high
crimes and misdemeanors while in of-
fice, and also informs that body that
, formal articles of Impeachment will be
presented. This committee, announced
by the sergeant-at-arms, proceeds to
the area in front of President Frye's
desk, makes the announcement, and de
mands that tho Senate take order for
the appearance of Judge Swayne to an
swer the impeachment.
Tho committee then withdraws, and
the Senate appoints a committee to
which the House's message will be re
ferred. The House appoints managers
Beginning Jf tlie impeach
of tho ment, and these
tm-?o1 managers proceed
j. nai. to the senate,
where, after taking seats assigned
them, one of them will read the arll-
clcs of impeachment. President Frye
will Inform them that the Senate will
take proper order on the subject and
give them due notice.
On tho day set for the trial a com
mittee of Senators will be appointed to
i.J (im wait on Chiqf Justice Fuller and Invito
; (1 t'9 nIm 10 ftttentl anu" administer the re
UK quired oath to the Senate. The Chief
", Justice will l)e broughtjn by the com
mittee, and will take a seat by Presl-
T: H PROMINENT PEOPLE
i ' dH Testify to tho Efflcacy of tho Ne.w
j Scientific Dandruff Treatment.
H hjfl A. E- Lanier, Denver, says: "Jlcrplcldo
H HI has made my hair grow rapidly."
tt Ifro. A. GuorJn, Great Falls, Mont,
HH nays- "I find Horplcldc an excellent dan-
HH druff cure."
H, Greenland, Portland, Or., says
;7! 'VfR "Notrtoro's Hcrplcldo stopped my halr'n
f B Sii'.e out"
?l' ' frtl . Jl D. Israel, Norton, Wash., eays:
" ifi "Kerplclde han completely cured my dun-
; Charles Brown, prcnldcn,t First National
, ' bank, Vancouver. Wash., eays: ' "Herpl-
t i!2rM c,lJo lB noted for keeping the Bcalp clean."
iwll Insist upon the genuine. Sold by lead-
r lr,g druggists. Send lOo in stamps for
' .y'm Bnmpftj to Tho llcrpioklo Co,, Detroit,
FORMER CONVICT CAUGHT IN ACT
, . OF SMUGGLING OPIUM INTO PEN
Released from the State prison on
Saturday, after having served a one
year's term for selling whisky to In
dians. Thomas Nolan was rearrested
the same night on the charge of trying
to smuggle opium to his late fellow
Upon gaining his liberty Saturday
morning Nolan carao down to the city
and proceeded to get drunk, probably
with the Idea of nerving himself up for
the execution of an Illicit trust which
had been imposed upon him by some of
the, "dope" Mends with whom he had
been incarcerated in tho stone house on
the hill. He rather overdid the pre
liminary feature of his engagement,
however, and bunded the more exact
ing part of the mission. Late Satur
day night a guard discovered a man
prowling about the outride of the prison
dent Fryo's side. He will then admin
ister to the Senators tho following
You do solemnly swear that In all things
portaJnlng to tho trial of Charles Swayne.
Judge of the United States District court
for tn Northern district of Florida, now
pending, you will do Impartial Justice, ac
cording to tho laws. So help your God.
If precedent is followed, the Senators
will advance to the desk in groups of
six and take the oath.
The House will then be formally no
tified that the Senate is organized for
the trial, and tho House managers will
enter the Senate. One of them will ask
tho issuing of process against Judge
Swayne, which will-he done.
When Judge Swayne appears at the
bar of the Senate he will be called up
on to answer to the articles of impeach
ment, which he will do by counsel.
After that the trial will proceed in the !
ordinary form of trials. After it is
concluded and the arguments are all 1
inj President Frye will call tho roll on
each article, beginning with Senator
Aldrlch, In the following form:
"Mr. Aldrlch. how say you? Is the
respondent. Charles Swayne, guilty or
not guilty of high crimes and misde
meanors, as charged In this article?"
Tho Senators may answer simply
"Guilty" or "Not guilty," or they may
explain their votes.
The last Impeachment trial before tho
Senate was the proceedings against
Secretary of War Belknap. The trial
lasted four months, but the Impeach
ment failed, but thirty-seven Senators
voting "Guilty." not the necessary two
thirds, twenty-five voting "not guilty."
Two members of the Hous?e commit
When tee which presented
Belknap Was l10 Impeachment of
Impeached. eknap are now
r Senators, viz.: Jo
seph C. S. Blackburn of Kentucky and
George F. Hoar of Massachusetts. Tho
other members of the committee were
Scott Lord of New York, now dead,
Elbrldge G. Lapham of New York, also
wndi: J roclor Knott C Kentucky.
jj.uut 01 Wisconsin, now
dead; John A. McMahon of Ohio,
George A. Jenks of Pennsylvania.
But four members of the present Sen
ate were members of that body when
Belknap was tried. These are Teller
of Colorado, Allison of Iowa, Cockrell
of Missouri and Mitchell of Oregon.
Senators Halo and Frye of Maine.
Money of Mississippi and Piatt of New
lork were members of tho House at
that time, as also were Blackburn of
Kentucky and Hoar of Massachusetts.
Tho Senators named and Speaker Can
non of Illinois aro the only members of
the present Congress who were in Con
gress when Belknap was tried.
The charges against Judge Swayno
were laid before the House on Decem
ber 10th by Mr. Lamar of Florida, In
the form of the following resolution,
passed by the Florida Legislature:
r)u7wtaTS' Charles Swayne, United States
5 ' J"dB of tho Northern district of
Florida, has bo conducted himself and his
tHoubl tt0 1flo of the state
SrUOTtt and ,,ave bccn '
nwino55, 11 i30 QPPe'irs that tho said
Charlea Swayne Is guilty 0f a violation of
r n & .f V10 ?evlBcd Statutes of tho
United States In that ho does not reside
in ho district for which he was appoln ed
o?n1oV V1,r,,'fl,J,l,dBC' but resides out
?-Liie StlUe f f lrlda and In the Stato of
Delaware or Stale of Pennsylvania in
open and defiant violation or said statute
and has not resided In tho Northern Is'
trlct of Florida, for which he was appoint!
ed In ten years, and Is constantly absent
vunS?d lS,atr,C;' only niak,nK tempSrarV
Whereas. Tho reputation of Charles
Swayne as a corrupt Judge la very ln
&risili0 the nf?rests of the entire State
of Florida, and hlB constant absence from
his supposed district causes great sacrifice
?i ill 1 rlRhts and annoyance and expense
to litigants In his court. 1
Whereas; it also appears that the said
Charles Swayno is not only a corrupt
Judge, but that ho Is Ignorant and Incom
petent, and that his Judicial opinions do
not command the respect or confldenco of
ttmh11,0!1"!?.9'. tho administration of the
U"Ueil Stales bankruptcy act In the court
nni'i charlea Swayne and by his ap
pointed refcreo has resulted in every In
stance In the wnstc of tho assets of tho
alleged bankrupt by being absorbed in the
unnecessary coats, oxponses and allow
ances, to the great wrong and Injury of
the creditors and others, uutil such admin
istration Is, in effect, legalized robbery and
Be It lh0 nostrl,s o n11 Eod People.
Resolved, By tho House of Reprcscnta
1n Sai0 f Florida (SeAatc con
curring), that our Senators and Repre
sentatives in the United States Congress
be, and they aro horoby. requested to
fuSTTl? Jnatltutcd In the Congress of
1 iiln1 Satcs ,Per proceedings for
tho investigation of the proceedings of tho
United States Circuit and District courts
for tho Northern district of Florida by
Charles Swayno aa United States Judge
for the Northern district of Florida, and
of his acts and doings as such Judge, to
tho end that ho may bo impeached and
removed from such office. 4l"-,"-u U1,u
Bo it resolved further. That tho Secre
tary of State of the State of Florida be
and Is hereby, Instructed to certify to each
Senator and Representative in tho Con
gress of tho United StatcB. under the great
Real of tho Stato of Florida, a copy of thin
resolution and Its unanimous adoption by
tho Leglslaturo of the State of Florida
IT'S YOTJB, MOVE '
to call us over new Independent 'phone
REDMAN VAN Sz STORAGE CO.
McCoy's livery stabln for carriages
and light livery. Telephone 81.
Republican Delegates Chosen.
Special to Tho Tribune
HEBER. March 'SI. Tho Republicans
havo elected tho following delegates to
attend tho State convention to bo held In
Salt Lako City April 8th: A. C. Hatch. D
C. Clark, ID, J. Cummlngs of Uebor: J
B, WIlHon, li. Slmes. Midway: IT. J. W.tk
staff, Charleston: William Ford. Walla
burg; William Ryan, Center. Alternates
Georgo Baker, Dr. Frederick Cllft and
F. A. Clcgg.
Best way to cure kidney troubles is
to strengthen tho kidneys, help them
to perform their functions properly.
That'o what Doan's Kidney Pilla do.
walls and arrested him. It proved to
be Nolan, who was very drunk, and
when he was searched in the prison
office Beveral parcels of opium were
found concealed about his person.
When questioned In regard to the
purpose of his speedy return to the
prison, Nolan refused to attempt an ex
planation, but the finding of the opium,
I dono up in separate packages, was
deemed very good evidence that his in
' tentlons were not above reproach. The
Shcrlff'sofTlco waa notified of his cap
ture and Deputy Steelo went out and
brought Nolan to the County Jail to
await a hearing on the charge of at
tempting to smuggle contraband goods
to the State's criminal wards.
Nolan is a resident of Beavor county
who had given Government ofTlcIals not
a little trouble by supplying Indians
with intoxicating liquors. He had
served ten months actual time for the
offense for which he was convicted.
PASSING OF THE PIE
Councilmen Agree on Plan
Eight of the nine Republicans in tho
City Council have agreed upon a plan
for the division of patronage in the va
rious departments of the city govern
ment. The plan contemplates the equal
; division of Jobs between the Repub
licans and Democrats, the former to bo
selected by tho Republican members of
the Council committees, and the latter
by tho Mayor and heads of depart
ments. The caucijp at which this decison was
reached was, held at 1:30 o'clock yester
day afternoon in tho office of Council
man A. J. Davis. Councilman
T. R. Black was the only ab
sentee, and -the action of the re
maining eight was unanimous. It
is believed that the plan will prove ac
ceptable to the Democrats as the easiest
way out of the mixed condition of
affairs, which now exists to the detri
ment of the public and the misfortune
of the city's employees.
for reaching us over new Independent
'phone No. 817.
SALT LAKE DRUG CO.
FLOURISH IN ALASKA
C. S. Carter, a mining man well
known in this city a few years ago and
stopping at the Cullen this week, has
Just returned from Alaska, with his
wife, where he has spent the last -eight
years prospecting. He gives glowing
accounts of that country.
"The Alaska Central railroad, which
President Dickinson of the Seattle
Street Railway company, and formerly
superintendent of construction on tho
Northern Pacific, is building for Resur
rection bay through the heart of the
richest part of the country', will do won
ders In opening it up and developing Its
resources. They havo no very great
dlfilculties in constructing it; the grade
Is only a four per cent and the bridges
will not trouble them much. I have a
few hundred acres of placer mining
claims, from which I can clear $2000 a
day. I have Just finished buying some
hydraulic machinery' and a dredger
with which to work them."
"Then it Is not much of a poor man's
country up there?"
"Oh, a man can make good wages
during most of the year. From $5 to ?7
a day Is not considered extraordinary
for -a good husky man. And it will not
cost him much more than $5 a week to
live. The hardships aro a good deal ex
aggerated. Of course, further up In
the Yukon it is pretty tough, but down
south where I am it Is not so very cold.
"Yes, that railroad is a certainty; they
havo built their terminals already, and
have done a good deal of the grading,
and will start on track-laying this sum
mer. The country Is not only good for
mining. It would be a great place for
livestock. Parts of the country, in some
of the canyons, produce three tons to
the acre of hay. There Is a species of
red grass which grows to a height of
six feet In three or four weeks, and
makes splendid hay."
Tho Wearing of Waistcoats
In white and fancy effects is a vocUe
that has coma to last. Our spring
waistcoats are the helgbt of perfection.
BROWN. TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
ICG Main street.
DIDN'T FEAZE THEM.
Big Fire, but Business Progressed.
A better evldenco of the stability of
a firm could scarcely bo seen than
when a fire destroys the building where
that firm is doing business Many peo
ple were financially crippled when the
Atlas block succumbed to tho flames,
but McGurriu & Co., Investment bank
ers, were not among the number. Only
one day elapsed after the fire before the
customeus of the firm found them doing
business in new quarters on Main street.
These were only temporary, however,
and the firm Is now located In larger
quarters at the new Security Trust
building, of which they are now the
owners. They aro much gratified with
the change, ns the building, since Uh re
cent remodeling, is one of the besbofilco
buildings in the city and is located in
the busiest business district In the city.
Prominent Man Dies of Pneumonia.
Special to Tho Tribune
KE&IMERER, Wyo March 27. A, U.
Helmer, one- of the moBt prominent citi
zens of Kommerer and western Wyoming,
died suddenly this morning of pneumonia.
Mr. Holrncr had only been ill two days
and It was generally Buppoucd that ho
was only slightly Indisposed. Ho leaves
a widow and thrco children.
The many friends of John Blount will
be pleased to learn that ho has entirely
recovered from his attack of rheuma
tism Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured
him after the best doctors In the town
(Monon, Ind.) had failed to give relief.
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OSEPH F. SMITH. President.
VILL.IAr B. PRESTON. Vice-President
CHARLES 8. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst. Cashier. .
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
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Modern science has practically dono away
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In electrical Inventions: and we can show
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Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
109 East First South. Telephone 752.
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