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CNATC DECIDES AGAINST JUfV
1ST WILL LOSE POST
VOTE 68 O 5
COHVICTED ON 1ST COUHT
Declared Innocent of Allegations In
the Second and Sixth Articles
Some Refrain From
Voting.
Washington, Jan. 14.Judge Robert
W. Archbald of the commerce court
was found guilty by the senate sitting
ae a court of impeachment of having
misued his office and power as a
judge for his personal gain. The pen
alty is removal from his high office.
Archbald was convicted on the first
count of thirteen which the house of
representatives brought against him.
It charged that he had used his posi
tion as a judge to persuade the Erie
Railroad company to give to him and
E. J. Williams of Scranton an option
on a coal dump at a price probably
$30,000 less than its real value.
Proceed to Vote.
On this the first charge, the senate
voted 68 to 5 for his conviction of
"high crimes and misdemeanors." Al
though the verdict insured Judge
Archibald's removal from the bench
and the service of the United States
courts, the senate then proceeded to
vote on the other twelve counts of the
(articles of impeachment which
charged various other acts where
Archbald had improperly used his in
fluence as a judge.
Mrs. Arcnbald, who has been at her
husband's trial every day and whoty,
testified in his behalf, heard the sen
ate's decision from a seat in the gat
toy.
The vote on the first court waa as
The Gonuino DOMESTIC
Shipped Prapal*
Olraet From Faster?
0t Approval
The kind your grandmoth-
ers used. Over 2,ooo,ooo
now in use. Two machines
InonebothlocJcatitch and
chain stitch. Latest model
All newest Improvements.
IS Dmym' Fi-mm Trial I
Ko dopant, nothing downnoofali- ^T^BBBBST^p Qtt
gmtion. Yon need not pay a penny
until yon have tried your machine IS days. Four choice
of terms. Cash after trial or easy payments as low
aa tl.W 4S.Yair Snarsntaa Signed 25 year gnar
raonthly. ^g^SmXSSSlmm antes, backed by our
91,000,000 corporation, given with every machine. The
moat liberal sewing machine guarantee ever offered.
WRITS MOW for Domestic Book and fall particulars of
this greatoffer. A postal wfll bring itFREEbj return mail.
raranc SEWUS BUCMK CO. DSBLUOO CHICAGO
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Twine!
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For Conviction Ashhurst, Ban\
head, Borah, Bourne, Brandegee, Bris
tol, Brown, Bryan, Burton, Chamber*
lain. ClapR, Clark of Wyoming, Clarke
of Arkansas, Crane, Crawford, Culber
son, Cullom, Cummins, Curtis, Dixon,
Dupont, Fletcher, Foster, Gallinger,
Gore, Gronna, Hitchcock, Johnson of
Maine, Jones, Kenyon, La Follette,
Lippitt, Lodge, McCumber, McLean,
Martin, Martlne, Myers, Nelson, New*
lands, O'Gorman, Owen, Page, Perkins,
Perky, Poindexter, Pomerene, Reed,
Richardson, Root, Sanders, Shively,
Simmons, Smith of Georgia, Smith of
Maryland, Smith of Arizona. Smoot,
Stephenson, Stone, Sutherland, Swan*
son, Thornton, Tillman, Townsend,
Warren, Wetmore, Williams, Works.
Against ConvictionBurnhame, Ca
tron, Oliver, Paynter and Penrose.
Absent or Not Voting Bacon,
Bradley, Briggs, Chilton, Dillingham,
Fall, Gamble, Gardner, Guggenheim,
Heiskell (Ark.), Jackson, Johnson of
Alabama, Johnston of Texas, Kern,
Lea, Massey, Overman, Percy, Smith
of South Carolina, Smith of Michigan
and Watson.
The Second Article.
Not guilty was the verdict on the
second article of impeachment, which
charged Judge Archbald with having
attempted to secure a fee by settling
a case between the Marion Coal com
pany and the Delaware, Lackawanna
& Western railroad. The vote waa
46 to 25 in the judge's favor.
The vote on the third article was
60 to 11 in favor of conviction. The
vote on the fourth article of impeach
ment again resulted in conviction by
a vote of 52 to 20. Archbald was
found guilty by a vote of 66 to 6 on
the fifth article.
Judge Archbald was acquitted on
the sixth charge, the voting for convic
tion being 24 to 45.
Archbald was found not guilty on
article seven, the vote being 29 to 36.
The vote on article eight was: Guil
ty, 22 not guilty, 42.
On article nine the vote was: Guil
23 not guilty, 39.
Senators Refrain From Voting.
Before the first article of impeach
ment was read, Senator Kern, of Indi
ana, Senator Dillingham, of Vermont,
and Senator Bradley, of Kentucky,
asked to he excused from voting be
cause they had not been prt. nt
throughout the trial. They were ex
cused. Senator Clark, of Arfransan.
was excused from voting on all arti
cles which charged Judge Archbald
with wrongful acts before he was ele
vated to the commerce court Senator
Tillman was excused from voting ei
all articles except the first, and Sen
ator Jackson, of Maryland, waa ex
cused from voting on all articles. Bi
entered the senate sine* the txtei be
gan. This left the total possiMe vot
ing strength of the senate eighty-eight,
on account of absences and vacancies.
are happy to announce to our Farmer
Friends that we have added to ourgline
and made exclusive contracts for the year
1913 for the following:
The Universal Tractor
Sold by us and operated in this neighberhood
during the last four years. These are admit-
ted to be the best by everybody. They give the
most work for the least money. Ask the own-
ers. The Universal Tractors are the best, prac-
tical Farm Traction Engines on the market to-
day. Come in and see the sample Engines
Engine Plo^^ Chitfits
For 1913 we have the exclusive contracts for
the Emerson, & O, Flying Dutchman, Auto-
matic Lift and Oliver Plow. Here are the best
and enough of them to select from.
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We have made a contract witn the .Minnesota.
State Prison to handle its Twine during 1913.
LUNDGREN, WITTENSTEN & CO.
RV3 v^-4*,' vvarren, ',?,.-.*.Minnesot^- ^^^w,
KfeM&fei .SWEDEN,
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Rev. O. Farnstrom hat donated to
his church in Arbro the sum of 1,00(1
crowns as a fund to provide for the
giving of Christmas gifts to the poor
children- of- his parish. WM%?W?$$
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A' society has been organized at
Stockholm for the promotion of flying.
It is the aim of the society to assist
inventors in trying out their Inven
tions and otherwise helping them to
make a success of their endeavors.
Prof. O. E. Lundholm recently deliv
ered an address at the technical high
school in which he pointed out the
importance to Swedish aeronautics of
such a society. Later on amass meet
ing is to be held to help the member
ship.
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The Sodertalje canal is to be re
built and enlarged in the near future
and a working plan is being made out
at the present time. The minister of
state thinks that the undertaking will
require more money than is in the
fund for such improvements. He rec
ommends that the cost of the work
be carefully estimated and the mat
ter be placed before the 1914 riksdag
for consideration. This would mean
that the work would not begin until
1915.
The Olympic games held in Stock
holm last summer have wonderfully
stimulated the interest in athletics in
the country and the Swedes already
have a strong organization to look af
ter its interests in the next contests
to be held in Berlin. A dispatch from
Stockholm recently stated that the
general secretary of the Berlin games,
Mr. Diem, has been spending some
time in Stockholm to gather informa
tion from the' Swedish committee in
reference to the proper organization
of the big undertaking. Mr. Diem
stated that the German games would
be conducted on the same general
Hnes as were the Swedish, with one
central body and different committees
for the various branches of sport.
Company Held Blameless.
Stillwater, Minn., Jan. 14.A coro
ner's jury held the company blame
less for the death of John Holtz, a
sectionhand, who was killed last weak
by an Omaha train
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The king has granted the request of
Pehr Bolin for an appropriation of
500 crowns for the expense of issuing
his work on "Common Weeds and
Their Extermination." Mr. Bona is
first assistant at the central experi
mental bureau of agriculture and has
been doing some excellent work In the
line in which he has been making in
vestigations. The book will be illus
trated and will be a valuable aid to
the agricultural interests of the coun-
HoW* THsiliH
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cur%
1 F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O.
Wfcjhe undersigned, have known F. 1
Cneawr for the. last 15 years, and believe
htejertectl honorable i allT burinesi
5a21W.y
"Si n*nclaU able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
I Toledo,
Jftff*J,iGat^
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wmSiSSir
Ci"* *kn Internally..O
th*dry upon the blood aB4n
Musgrarfaces of the system. Testimonials
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Official Proceedings of
County Board of Marshall
i County, Minnesota.
Adjourned meetinjr of the County
BoaM held December 31st, 1912.
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JM%tin called to order by the chair
man at 10 o'clock a. m. All members
present.
Minutes of Dec. 17th and 18th meeting
read and approved as read.
State of Minnesota,.') ^i^^'
County of Marshall fs
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IN THJ? MATTER OF JUDICIAL DITCH
No. 15,
Commissioner C. Wittensten offered
the following resolution in writing and
moved its adoption:.
"Whereas, Judicial Ditch No. 15 is
fully completed, except about four (4)
miles of unfinished road work thereon,
and it will be impossible to finish said
road work prior to the season of the
year 1913 and, whereas, substantially
the sum of Ten Thousand Two Hun
dred Forty-eight and 37-100 ($10,248.37)
Dollars for excavation on said ditch is
held back by the county and is unpaid,
and the payment to the contractor, the
Northwestern Drainage Company, of
the sum of Nine Thousand ($9,000.00)
Dollars of the said sum so held back as
aforesaid will be safe and is for the
best interests of the county and of the
said contractor
"Now, therefore, be it resolved, that
the sum of Nine Thousand ($9,000.00)
Dollars be paid to the said Northwest
ern Drainage Company in the matter of
the contract on the said Judicial Ditch
No. 15, and that the Auditor's warrant
therefor be duly executed by said Au
ditor and delivered to the said North
western Drainage Company, and that
prior to such delivery the said North
western Drainage Company execute
its bond in the sum of Two Thousand
($3,000) Dollars with .suitable and suf
ficient sureties conditioned for the full
and faithful performance of all unfin
ished work on the said ditch on or be
foraHia*First day of November, 1913,
and otherwise conditioned as provided
by law for original ditch contract and
that the said bond be subject to the
approval of the County Auditor of
Marshall County and that the same be
so executed and delivered to the Coun
ty Auditor prior to delivery of said
warrant to the said contractor as afore-
said.'*
Commissioner P. B. Malberg seconded
the motion and the question being put by
the chairman, received a majority of all
the votes of the County Board and was
duly carried and was by the chairman,
then presiding, so declared.
Dated this 31st day of December, A.
D. 1912. L. P. BRANDSTROM.
Ou motion the following bills were
audited and allowed as follows:
Security Blank Book and Printing Co.,
supplies for Co. officers S 3.25
The Pioneer Co., ^leed record for Regis
terof Deeds 37.35
K. J. Taralseth Co.. supplies for court,
house and jail 99.57
Louise Anderson, laundering towels
for court house 8.00
S. B. Lund, varnishing doors in court
house 2.00
A. G. Golden, dinner for jurors 10.40
City of Warren, hospital bill of Patrick
Hand (non-resident) 12.00
West Disinfecting Co.. supplies for
courthouse. *9-50
C. H. Lindberg. door for sheriff's resi
dence 7.55
Peter H. Holm, cash paid for express.
postage and telephone 16.95
C. L. Stevens, envelopes for county
officers 22.25
C. L. Stevens, publishing board meet
ingDec.l7and 18 57.40
Arthur Parr, procuring primary elec
tion ballots, Fork 5.00
H. P. Nabben, carrying primary elec
tion ballots, Agder ,4.73
Ole Bersrman, carrying primary elec
tion ballots. Oak Park 2.00
Arthur Parr, carrying primary election
ballots,Fork 5.00
Arthur Parr, procuring general elec
tion ballots, Fork 2.00
Ole Bergman, carrying general elec
tion ballots, Oak Park 2.00
Arthur Parr, carrying general election
ballots, Fork. 2.00
C. Wittensten, mileage for board meet?
logs for 1912 2.40
OarlF. Adolphson, mileage attending
board meeting Dec. 31st 2.40
P. Nordlund. mileage attending board
meeting Dec. 81st 2.80
L. P. Brandstrom, mileage attending
board meeting Dec.31st.... 10.90
P. B. Malberg, mileage attending board
meeting, Dee. 31st 0.40
City of Warren, expense incurred in
control of contagious diseases 4.60
O. A. Sustad, material and labor for
temporary bridge on Oo. Ditch o.
22.. 92.24
Spruce "Valley, road and bridge appro
priation 500.00
On motion adjourned, sine die. .J
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COLVM1H
RATES:~One cent a wordfe?
No ad less then 10 cents. Cash.
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L. P. BRANDSTBOM,,
Chairman County Board,
Marshall County, Minn.
G. LUNDGREN,
County Auditor^ '"s
v' Marshall Co., Minn.
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|FOR SALEHouse and four lots on
the east side, near school house. Ap
ply to E. R. Kezar, Post Office.
fFOR SALEA 30-horse power Hal
roadster, used one season, for
sale cheap or will trade for anything
we can use.Warren Machine &
Works Co.
l,iIron
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A feed grinding outfit is a paying
investment for the farmer. We have
all the sizes and makes that you need
from $125.00 and up to $200.00. Call in
and see us about terms.Lundgren,
Wittensten & Co.
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE
On account of putting in electric mo
tors we have for sale a three-horse
power Fairbanks & Morse gasoline
engine, cheap. Also some shafting,
hangers and pulleys.Sheaf office.
FOR SALEBarred P. Rock Cock
erels from the Famous Hawkin's Roy
al Blue strain.Ed. Quistgard. 12-12p
FOR SALEBarred P. Rock Cock
erels from the Famous Hawkin's Roy
al Blue strain.Ed. Quistgard. 12-12p
If You Want to Buy a Farm
The Tullar farm is for sale, all to
gether or in separate tracts, .bar
gain for someone.C. A. Tullar.
36 weeks' tuition free to one from
each county. Enter any time. Board
and room $2.60 per week. Catalog
free. Humboldt College, Humboldt,
Iowa. 5t
Dr. Spofford will
be in Warren,
Jan. 11 at Wind-
sor Hotel.
ALB1N fOVNG
It yon wish to Buy, Sell or Bent City Property,
Call on me it will oe :o your Advantage.
I write Fire. Accident,
Burglary,.Theft, Plate Glass
and Tornado Insurance in
several of the Oldest and
Strongest Companies at
lowest rates consistent with
safe and sann business.
A Slaughter S5!e Q1 Shoes and ce ^tffy
duced trkCo in D:y Goods and lUrl
ware is iuj-\v ou at H. & Il.'a at
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for women. There are more than SO of
the newest designs of the celebrated
McCAIX PATTERNS in each issue.
McCALL PATTERNS are ftunous for
style, fit, simplicity and economy. Only
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The publishers of McCALL'S wlU spend
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The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel
200 MODERN ROOMS
Located in Heart of Business District
$1.22 SINGLE RATE $1.
CUROPLAN RATE FOR TWO PERSONS Si.SO
PRIVATE BATH ANO TOILET EXTRA
COMPLETE SAFETY
AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS
AND FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION
(INSURANCE RECORDS SHOW NO uves
1 EVER LOST IN A SPRINKLED BUILDING.)
EVERT ROOM HAS HOT AND COLD RUNNING
WATER. STEAM HEAT, OAS ANO ELECTRIC
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SEVEN STORY ANNEX IN CONNECTION.
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1275 pounds without an ounce to spareStickney gives yoa
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Far Loans. Real Estate and Insurance
Through the Metropolitan
Surety Company I can fur
nish Probate, Insolvency,
Judicial and Fidelity Bonds
and miscellaneous Bonds
and Guaranties on bids and
contracts.
Steamship Tickets to aud irom Europe by all
First Class Lines tor Sale.
Office in
BERiiET BLOCK
Warren, Minn.
NOTARY PUBLIC
SiickneyGasolineEn^ines
Why?
Why do catalog house 3 horse
power engines weigh 425 pounds and
the Stickney 3 horse-power weigh
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