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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1813.
JBVWrmO XRRAX4,
VttU 3. SO. Wo,
!eee'
JUCGE BALD IS
FOUND SHUT
RE
Senate By Overwhelming Ma
jority Declares for Impeach
ment of Magistrate Charged
With Grafting.
ONLY FIVE SENATORS
STAND FOR ACQUITTAL
Six of Thirteen Counts Result
in Verdicts of Not Guilty
But Fjrst Is Sufficient to
Remove.
Washington. Jan. IS. 'Utility'
on live of tin1 thirteen Impeach-
lliellt HTIIcleS llgMllial llllll. WHH
the xcidlct of llin senate today In
Hit' now of JhiIri Itobetl W
Archibald nf iln rttmmort-c court,
charged with iiiIhuwc (if his pow-
it an it Judge tu IiIn pereoutil
KM III.
Tin- Judge whh i'on 1i ti'tl n
tin- first, third, fourth, itfth und
4 tlllllCCIltll charges, HlHl .ll'lllltt(Ht
on tilt- second, sixth, seveiilh.
lirlllll. Illlllli. telllll. flcvtllth
a ml twelfth.
Title r-io' liltii noti otllci
tlCMiMISNT IMtONOUNOHD.
Washington Jan judg
ment was pronounced upon
Tuiifjw Arhitaid ut I'M nvioek.
Senator Huron announced the
sentence rminK the. JurM
front olll.-e ami rorccor diatiuitll
fvlng him fniai public olllet, or u
po-liliwi or trul Judge A roll-
Inild xtne nut in the chiimlotr nut
intuited tliti verdict In mi mite.
room
O
I Jly fienietl Wlro to Kxi'iilnj; llrrnld)
Washington, Jit 11 13 JudRi Moti
on W Arolibitlil. ttf tht' commerce;
mirt, txin found guilty luiJlO by I ho
Minute. Kitting iih n murl of ImptHich
mint, of havln; itr.ned hi nltlt'ii
immI power on , liulstvJor lileujUHihul
tfuln The ponaltx Ih i clinical tnim
hie ollk-e
Arch be Id nil cunvli ti t! on Ho flmt
"uiil nf thirteen which the houto tif
representative brought against hint.
II iltHrgcd Mint In- had used hi pool
lion aa ii Judge ( pcrauadc thi' Hrle
nil Iron d compunx tu give in him ami
K J William- of xcnttiloii an oitlun
n .i iiiiil dump hi it prion probably
J Hi. 10" lew. Iih n Km real valNt.
On thin the HrMi ;hitric' tho mhiuj
i.itfil l?S tu . fur . ..mlrll.in uf "hlRh
rrlimi him! nilmlcmviiiiurN " AlllioucJ)
Hit' vnrillrt iiii-iii nl Jud- ArrhlmlfPn
ipmohmI from ih Ih ih h and ihi rv
o t nf tin- rnliod HtKifM rniiriM, Hih
fliwlii thiu iih'I'imi'I tu toll- on tho
illior itl' l oiiiitw uf th- HriO'ltw of
imtoiHt'ltiHtini M'Htt'h i:hHmiil miHoiim
oIIiit mcUi when' Am'IiImiIiI hud Im
properly immiI hln liiHin-noi- to it Judge.
At hUt It'Uil thi Hii'HtH-d JudKr ad
inlltt'il inirlliall all thi' tali ut
ivft) it cuMtitlun lrunh( itaniuot him.
out proli'Hml In iinfi'nw thitl Hum ul
thrm wm wrouKful nor iiirrupl, nor
I'llllll) 111 ItHM' t'HI'll I UH l"ll'l In 'UO
miri of In rur llo-m. Tht i'onxl'-
ll"ll llpoll I III' Hrnl i oil lit I'M Mir with
nit iiiinxpvi'i' d iimjiirllt iinitlital .holK
ArchNitd, mit t vvo-thliilfi IioIimc nwrt'
ani'V for it t'ouvlctlou A tin roll
rail pi'injnodiil nll -Hlulit mitMtora
roi in lliHlr pliti'fii hIowu itml pro
nouini4 thi' hoiiI -AHtll " in low
1 1 II OH.
An Hie volt' on Hit' Hrnl itrtlt'h' hhh
.iMiiiMincHI, Xt'iiMtor llohi Hniltli of
(looiitlii iiumhiI tluil thi umia if xo Into
oxoiMfllv'n (..union Hi. Nultl that hf
tlt'llnVtHj u otr oil thi' other touuN
miRht )o illNpinNHil ulth or ubrldKiMl
llV MtHTKl (ItllllMTHllon
SonHtur 'uliit'iKon ami .sVtiHior
I'olniloxtiii' iiuJiHiii'd Hint lh.- hciihU
oiilil not vote on thi' nrtU'li In ox-
ulltlVO M'NMlull. AltlT millll' dlH'IIN-
Ninn siuitor Smith withdrew hi mo
tion and tht' Ifrtt prorfttdfd to n-ad
I 111' IM'COIKl lllllflf.
8muti' Itttt'oli, who had iitIi1ih)
thioiiHhtHU Ihf Kupi'Mtlimf nl pro
(Hi)dlnprn. HNkotl to liu I'xi'uiK'd t'rum
ntl votoa. unloaa hln vow whh nuoti
utiv to it iIhcIoIhii. On thi' muvoikI
oiiiiI Xuiiutor ffmlth of OnorKla ultto
HUod lo hy oxvuhimI from otlmr.
.lutlRti AnhtMliI wulttnl In all aiitw
room lo hoar lh vnll't which if
mnv him Irom piiHIlo lift' All M'K
at tho moment ih VBnllft mm hii
iiuutu'oil wero rlvctud itoon a vomttn
In Iho arnttlo khIIiT' ho p1ontly re
Mouthllni; Mr. Ar'hlald Dial hIii wmm
mlatakrin for the JtnlKti'a wife
Mr. Ari'lihahi win- not pn-ent
With .fmle Ari'lilwhl mm he rtilviH
Hib vol" of the Henttto wft. Mra.
Arohtmld. M mm. Hush Ari'lilmld,
nml Mri. If null An'htHthl. The jmUe'd
nlfo Nitl In the ait Hen ourly In the
day, hut uiilidreH lierorn Ihe door
wort- oliHiml. I lujli An lilwld chei'ki'd
off Ihi' NonHtoiN an tht otei on Ihi
DrHt ootint. hut ilhl not lelurn to Ihf
h tldll durlna the rent of tile votlllK.
Al the tonilUHlon of the vote on
Ilia fifth Hi-title the Knllfry doora
wain unloi'koil uml niMioiutoiH Hurstxt
out. Sumttor Crawford MtiaRutil that
Ihu H(jliHt take a Iw-jnty.Tivf mlniito
MrtlHMl for lunrli. but ilie motion wim
ItMU.
Tint VtMtu
'Jljjy vule on the llll chHITJe hM
h fOlltM:
Kor ronvhlloir Avhutat, IJanttheud,
0
FROM OFFICE
liornh. Iloiirnc liriimleKfi'. llrlxtow,
llrotvu, llryau. Ilurtoii, ciiiimherliiln.
Cii. rinrk if WiomliiK, I'ltirkf of
ArkiinwtH. t:ruwford, ('iillierion, Cul-
lutn, (TUiiimliiM, tirtlN, Dixon, Dupont.
-Kltttohcr, Kohtrtr, (Julllmjer. tlora.
ilronnu, llltchcouk. Johmion or Maine.
JotitM), Kunyon. Lafollette, l.lpplll,
I.odKe. Mcumber. Mcl.eitn. Mart In.
Martlne, Myern. Nlnon. N'owIiiuiIm,
Ollormuu. Owen. I'nRt. I'crklnH, I'oln
tloxtor. Porky. I'omt'reiie. Ilimd, llleh
ardjoiii, Itool, Ho nd em. Hhlvrly. Htm
molic Hiiilth of Miiryliiml. Hlllllh of
ArUoiiu. .miiidoI. Kit'iihoiitton, Htoue,
Xuthorlund, HwHiPHin, Thornluii, TUN
mitti. TonhHtuil. Wnrreii. Wotiuore.
VVIIIIaiiiH and Wlin.
AwtlnNl. Iliirnliam, fntioii. Oliver.
I'alnler uml 1'iiiirow'.
Alwenl r not votltiK Ihtt'ou, lrul-
ley, KlKKM. I'hlltoit. iJllllllKllllll, 1-Vl II.
Uitmnlo, (.iarduei', OusKfiithelm, Unlit-
knit of Arkunwta, jMeknon. .lohiiMtin nf
AlalHima. .lohnwtn of Texa. ICorn,
Lou. Mttrwoy, 0(trinHii. I'iit y, Mtnlth
uf Mouth CitiolliiH. iulth or Mlchlltrtn.
itml Wit Iho u.
The HeiiatoV lOnvlftlmi of JuilKC
Arrhl,ai remoten lilm rrom Ihv foil
nil h. iieli without further iiroooduro.
t'ttHKriw ha iiprtiprlU'l runrta fur
the commune i tturt only until Mnrh
I ttrtl if a Kurc-iwor to th" 'JoiiMitl
JurlW In io Ih- appointed. Ciller J nu
ll. 'e White will iimhIkii one or th-4
t'lruult JU(I'i'h to thu I'ommnrue court
miuI l"cliliiit Tuit will nomliuitu it
HiH'e.'Hor to that clreult ludKa.
Tift) Vtilo liy CountN.
Tilt Vol" till the llt'Nt t'Otint WilM iH
a Rat nut JudKe Arclihald uml & In IiIh
fsvor Tin- tteiiuu then proeeudt'ii t
Mile on the other twelve- artlclun ot
ImpiHO'hment, nllhouith tho convic
tion upon tin II rut In nu melon t to re
movf the Jmlptt from tht Ijntuh.
Not uullty wan thn venllct tin thv
aefuutl urllele of Impeoahmunt. whli Ii
I'liarsed .Inline An'hlmld with Imvlna
altempte.1 to ohUilu it fee It) mttlln
a del ween the Marion oal eolll-
lHtii itml Hie Ot!lHHre, ieknwMtHrt
& Wratfra railiiHttl The vol hh -lb
to In the Judge favor.
On the third churgu tho aanata
foil ml Judge ArrhWald Rilllty The
vote on the third itrtlt-le ihih fiu to II
Tin ile on tin fourth itrth-li of
Impeii' limt-nl aaiiln reyulteil In JudKH
ArrhtNtldV eoinlction Tin vote for
conviction whh S- to 20
The fifth vote letiilltiil in niiulhei
rillet of Kiillty. Thu voto for eon
vlctlon wiit til! to li
JudKe Archluild wim iteiUlltnl on
the Mivth I'hurRt'. tlm votlni? for con
viction livlm 21 to 15.
JudKe Ari'hhitld wuh held not sullty
on tho I'li.trua In the ulKhth artlolo.
The vote for lonvlctlon, tl to ii.
fill I imI ot the nociiMary two-third.
A vrrdlwt of nut Kiillty wits voted
on the Ni'Viutlh artlolo. The vote
J to :i .
A ei dot ill nut guilty a voted
on the ninth artlule, the ote for con
viction iMdnir s to 39.
(in the tenth artlclt of impaavh
melit JudKe ArchOald wuh .iiilu hold
nut RUllty. the vute for conviction
lilniT 1 to tit.
The oe on the eleventh artlcla re
united In antitlior terdlet of nut
Kullty. the votu lor conviction bolnK
tl to :.J
JudRt Aruhljuld wua aniulttud on
thu twelfth fliaiKt).
The vote on lha llilrtneiilli iiiii! laal
artlile, which uhHifcvil Jud An'h
bald Keiterally with hijiklur; trotllt
from lltlKMhtM linfore htm uml oh
KHKetl In a Kenorut coal land liUMlneaa
canned Nome dolit). Koine htinulora
lliui lo lie excutfMil t rout olln be
caiiHe of lia MtimirHlllloa. A di'biito
followud.
WanhliiKlon. Jan. 13 llulletln.)
Dually the vote on the laxt artleli'
won rciielii'il uml It reaulteil I'.' (o 10
lor An-hlioltl'u couvlcltou on that
eharne.
WaahhiKlon. Jan. 13. -f llullellu )
When the luat votu had lutoii t'ltal
h'eiialur O'tiorinuu offered a roaolu
Hon IIimI AruhlHtld he leinoved from
the hell. It uml III! foreler lllllllKlllle '.0
public oil Ice .Senator Itoot moved
that th. dnora lie cloned (or dtdlbBr-
atlim itud the court went into uxocti-
live inm1oii.
iitirsi: viniiu n)ii
I.MI'KAOILMKNT .ll l.V 7'1'H
it'uui.i.iwi...i tt.ii i a .Til.. ui.tiutii
prepait'tl lodaj to vote on the thir
teen chiirxo In the. Impeachment trim
of JmiKf Hubert W. Archbttld. nhot'1
ly after I o'clock thin alteruoon
Conviction temilren a two-thlrda vote
.... ..M.. ...It. .. lit.. . 1 1 L. 'I'll. I IUU1.
ally In ihio of conviction, union mod
mtfii oy auiNctuimi acuou oi iuh mwi
Nte. la ImmedlHtn romovul from olllco
and prohlhitloii itftimt IioIiIIiik un
otiiHi' poNiuon oi piiunc iiiinur ui
tnirn.
The Impoachmmil proceudlnua aturl
ed iMtrly In lt;' The hoiian uarlutl
upon I'roaldniit Tafl for it cup)' or
tlic oliurM.'H utio In Mm throiiuh th
Judlelary committee, bca-in Hid lnea-
iirutiou tnui 1'imtni in rci vmuieuiiii
tlona for iHinoHohmoiit.
on July 7 tho hoiiNc voted o im.
peach .Indue Artdilnihl uml tho ettal
hhn laid before tho annuln July II.
Tho cbarncN nfciiMttd him of havlns
iikmi) hla Judicial IniUieiuc lo net fie
fa vor frtim ritllrouda that were 111!
Kttnta before him. of IiiivIiik accepted
favot-a trom iMwyera practicing In 111
conn, and oi huvlnic been huIUj ol
other mlaconduut aa a Judite.
A tM'lilmtll aillttlttiul fieniitteu 111. nil
the facta ax to uoRtitlutloiia for tioal
propcrtinN. out in ouch uuac main-
tulllU.I lllllt tll.l lOllilll.lUAl ll.tMllttlitllltll
were Itiuoient In IhemM.lvixt uml tlult
im did lint miatiHe hla juululal now
vur.
Seniiti Oimtrrt ISiliiiuo 1't'iiull.v.
WaahliDclon, Jan. II. The aenula
In u.xiM'iitlva aoealun dueldud to lilt-
poae on Jude AruhuMld tho full HUl
ally of mmovnl fruiu olllso and din
Hiirment from uvr aKlu huldlnrr h
poaltlun of honor or proHi for tha
(tad JJIulea.
BILLION DOLLARS IN
OIL LANO POIZE
WHICH LURES
S
Supreme Court to Decide
Whether Southern Pacifio
or Separate Entrymcn Own
California Petroleum,
(Ilr tna-t4 Wire In Rvralaa; llrralit
WaalilitKion. Jan. 13. Ait eniplra
of oil lml worth probably iimrr t.iau
l..oo.i.oo, vi.in thf rlet. wltleh
broHnht rtioupN or uppoalnp )yir
today, before tin auprama court. The
ovtmalou wh the .irKUinent of what
reply tho court could nutke to h re
Utieal for liiHtructlon from thi, Ifnlted
Htutea ell cult court of appoala for tho
ninth olrrult. which waa uimbla to de
cide whether the Southern Pacific
Itallroad comiwny or ISdintintl llurke.
and other aepKrate entrymell. were en
titled to valuable trtteta of land, sold
lo oi KuthltiR oil in California.
SHAFROTH TELLS
LEGISLATURE
Colorado Governor Will Step
Down and Out Tomorrow
in Favor of Governor Am
nions. Illy l,e .! Wlro to (veiling lfcritlil
I'tmter. jhii. I. Tim ciurutlu
honuto uml houac of ropreaMitiit!oa
in Joint neaalou t jilay hOMrd the fire-
well moacttKc ot ilo. John I. Slia
froth. OoMTiior Khalroth will rt..
tire t rrow ami Klloe M .mmoiia
will be inuuuuntttMi. 'I'lu. lu.io i.ii.i
tin tho table th Ardour raattlutii n
t:t)liHriiik: the, Aiitvrh'Mii Tnipliion. A.'
ieierpii (ompany for otfuilnt; Iree
lolla to inemberx ot th luKlabtturv.
Dantar. Jan. 1.1 A coMntltutioiial
ameiiditu'iu jiroMdlnx for "aiiort bal
lot.'1 with all the executive oUli-ora of
the alau apM)ltttot4 u the governor
Aim recoHimHdHl to the nlnatuitnth
Kcnetal aaaHthly of the atate ot Col
orado by John l. Mhafroth. ita rotlt-
tiijc chief exaeuttva. In hla biennial
iHoaattKH today. The aovernor call
attention to the tirnaoitt hoadlttoa ImI-
lot law which ho my a mitkea It dlitl-
citlt tor the voter to paaa upon the
menu of the Imltiltlita! canill.lalea
ror atale oltleea. lie atlda
"The aovornor la feiierally hehi re-
ponaible tor the action or the entire
cNDcutivo department (,f tu- atale, and
he uuaht to have ttlllcora In mi h tin
purtmentN In tyinpathy with hla ad
mlnlMratlmi.'' Ainolla the othel I ecooillleildiillolH
nmile ii- Oovernor Shafioth who waa
dealxmiteri hy the votm-a ot the atutal
at Ho liiMi election fur Pitltetl Mtut.ia
hen.il'.i, ar the following: Ita tik
KUinanty law. employcn' compunantion
net. aliiKla bottMl of contryol (or all
penal and charliabie utai. Inatltiitiouk,
preableiillal m of ronce. ti1uwry elor
lltinx. a law ttMiffiii'tl lo leatmn danger
or coal mine xplowloii. a atate aulo
moblle tax for Improving Plahwiya.
nil appl oi'l'lalloli ot J ion. 000 ror atuta
iopreent.tt(on at tho Xtiu FianilKco
ami Hun Oieau eio4tlon. In I'.O'.
The aoveiiior atareru that th fed
oral Koveriiimmt'a eonket'tatiou policy
"hua occn ao dctrlluoHtal aa lo remlel
tleM'lopuicnt or our natural reaourcea
almoat lmMu.lbl " He urae Ivaiala
tlon to pi eut monopol) of the na
tural reaourt ea or the atale, rat urn
mendliiK pec I tlca I ly an act to pro
hibit ny one individual or coriaira
tlon ow ulna: or citntrtdllnn more than
i.Hill) acre of coal laud In Colorado.
A almllar law with imard to foraat
laiHla. and a law preventlttic an Indi
xTtlual or corporatuin aonulrliiK or
oontrolliinr water power planU of a
capacit. in iho untrumU' of more
than :iii,ut)ti horau power, alao are
let oiumuudetl.
housevoteTto
repeal post office
civil service rule
(lly lciiMtl Wlro In ICtenlui; llcritld.i
WaahliiKtmi, Jan IX An amend
ment to the ponlofflcp approprlailon
lo annul I tu- executive onl.-ri which
placed tuiirlh la hi- iKiatmaalpra mid
itaalatttni MiNimu'attra ami elerka ol
flret and Mecoml-eluaa poalulllcoM itli
tlar .'Iv II aervlee. waa adoptotl by till
llouae today allllliK ita it tiuiuiuitt.'e
of the whole It waa offartNl by Hep
roaeniulUe Cullop or ImllHiia. and
will hove to riimil liwfore the HtilMrt'
uhhIii when it finally patama mi tht
urn.
AH Kepuldlcitna relralnad trom
VOtlllk'.
Tuiiilsli Cubliutl lilmi.
Uiiiduti, fSiiK.. Jan- II. 'Pile Turk
ish iiawaiw por, Taaltr-I-Ufklar. aayi
that the Ottoman uaWnet Yuw dacttleil
tu realien, accmtHiiK to a dhtiMleh
from OtiMotHiillnttiila lotlay. Tlila l
ballet ad lo Indicate the pivdomlnaHoi
f lb InUuciict- of the war i'ui.
LAWYER
FAREWELL
FINE OUTLOOK
FOR TROUBLE
NGTUE
SGI ONS
Bitter Fight Over Speakership
of House Expcotcd to Break
Immediately When Legisla
ture Convenes Tomorrow.
ALL HARMONIOUS IN
THE STATE SENATE
Dele-mincd Attempt to De
pose Speaker Baca Over
shadows Expected Fight on
Fall; Clanoy Mentioned for
Senate.
ierlal lliaoalrh In i;rnlnar llrraMj
Hanta Ke. .V. M., Jkn. !. TfouUlo.
from Hie tap or the mmx r tho (all
of the aaei or whatever alMiml la ueotl
to atari pruceudliiK la the prHK)t
when iho first eal lKicltur opena
ita aecond aoaaion tomorrow at noon,
'ffhla uppllMa however, only lo the
bo inn uf reprna-mlailvc.
In (he piiaU all la harmooy. The
old org ribs Hon reinaiua In auprattt
control ami thare la every reaeon to
believe Hat the more axeluaiva body
win at once ct ttowu to bualneaa and ,
paaa eouta uaeful legislation acainat I
lite day u hii th houa ia ready In :
bury the halihel and foratt ita i.o
tlona I dllftrencee. '
In the liotwe the flrat troubb- will
come oer Ihf alecllou of the speaker ,
to ratner over the effort which la to
be made to tlepoae of Hpeaker Itoinau
I. Ilaea Mr. Bora wielded the auvel
during the alormy da or tho lH"t
oaeloii and Mlobletl it so vlanroualy aa
to dlaplaaati a conald arable i umber It
not a majority of hkt colleuptuea. Thoao
men it to J Mat no- ennaaed In the
pleAMiit iaaV of arramdmc for the
downfall of the apeak er.
The movament Is b no mean a
I at r Use. ii olio. ltepubllrana. Demo
.rata and I'tareaalves are alike In
their iilttoraaaa aaaat toe aptNikax
and In their determination to do him
up or throat him down If opportunity
pienelilM iteelf. tin the other hand,
Ml. Ilaca who la an induatrioua (ten
tleman. ami not without a eertoln
amount of ability, has not been idle.
He Im rounded up a formidable
bunch of lawmaker which he clnlma
will .tit a with him to the la at ditch.
The pcaker ha the advunteae in the
fact that hla friend are united while
hla io are badly divided, each ele
ment neck Ins; aome particular advant
age from the downfall of the man
they term a "lrant ami it caar.''
The l)c itinerate would not be averse
lo hating one of their member pre-
idle over the house, and there arc
l(e publicans who do not hesitule lo '
declare that the) would prefci a leiu
iM'iat lo th,. present Incumbent Tip 1
Pi oareaivi a, of whom there t -'
rven In tho house, would like "
combine with the Democrats and !,. '
a plialdtu oltlcer. preferably, "lie t
their own number: but tho Democrati
re co) ami hesilalu about i nlcrina !
upon an etitnngllnv alliance. naiH-cutllv
with ProgrcNaUca, wlio arc u yet,
rather an unknown ttuaHtHy. Hcvaral
of the Democratic leaders have de
clared thut they will never coun-J
lenaitc.' uh alliance a ilk iHotMoers not
of their own (tarty . while) other pro-
teat that if there mual o an alliance,
the) ptt-ler that It b wiUl the statttl
pat Itcpubllcitna who cmn be relied up
on to at.i) put
Willi rtfteakcr Ktca depoaed. there
will be no lack uf oundlljatew for the
speakership and rota If mny of the 10
memlteiM have escuped menlion for
the hotioi. cilice it rotiitrM only a
plurality uiid not a majority to elect
the Hiteaket. and wifh half a doattn or
more caurtlda tea in lite Sattl, II la qulle
poaaible that the honor may be con
ferred upon -oni,. member with loaa
than a iloseli otea behlMl hllll.
The lit at order uf huritHee after the
roll cull ta the readins of the aover
not 'a lueaaaae. lull the reading will
probably be deferred pending the out
come of a motion to peoceeti to tho
election of a speaker Mr. (laoa. holds
Uml a two-thirds tote will be required
to unseat him from tho apoakerehip.
v hil, oilier memoci's, Ut wytirs ainoim
lem Incline lo I he OfjM(lt thai a
i sire majority .Mil be oilmen I to ac
"uuplish tin Jul. With tlila dlffto
coco of opinion e tst i iik. i-vHytltlna is
toaalble, it nd one uf the llveiieet lltUe
row a In the history of Iho Wow Mm
i''o leffialature is alnnajt Inevitable.
The couiroM-rav over the auaher
sklp hua almusi "mpjetely oxer
slatlowt'tl the oueatitui Of the leaalltx
or illeaalUx ( .luda lVm set o ltd
eeclioii lu tin- Culled Mia tee senalc.
aid then are law memoera who an
wdltntr to eKprea an upluiun t nacern
lie; tim status of iho aoMMtorahlp.
rieia Is a an n.-1 ul dletKMitloti, how
fvor. vapedall) ainunff the majority
nminhere ot the eenate to await the
raport or the I'nlted Mttttet touate
lununlttee un prixlleaea and J actio a
bifore taking up the ma liar of the
elatorehip. None of the mom who
in prominent m the aeo for MMator
alip at the last election am ut present
In Hanta although U hi mM tb ti
Julge Pall, W H. A ml r we d po
alhi Ooyernor MHIa H'tO ariue licit
dUlttr the week Atloritey (leilwral
Cla y la beinit diiueel ut a catidi-
I
ILLINOIS MAN W
HEAD ASSOCIATED
PRESS
Thomas Reed of Springfield
Elected Olmirman of Board
at Annual Mooting of Great
News Gathering Organiza
tion. (Ity Imsetl Wlro to IIiciiIuk llonitd.)
waehliiMton, Jan. I. -Tile noml
natlHa; oommlUe of the Aaaochited
J'reaa mat in WunhinaioH today
Tliotmta Hoed of UprtngnVId (III i
State RoytMor. nHolrmuii Oswald tl.
Vllktrd of New Turk Ktenlng Poet
aetliiK aecrotarv. The committee
nominated for the nve dlrecioratoliM
oxpiHHR In tflt the preeeitt incum
bents ctmrlOH II. dark. Hartford
Courant. charlea A. I look. Plttah.irgli
Deopatch. Clark Iloemll. AUhhU
Conetltutlun: Olwrlea W Knapp. at
Loula Itepiiollc; V. M. .McCMttohey.
Suerainenio He, anal the following
live additional cHM1fee
Itoaeoratia W. Plllehurx. Manchea
tor (X. If.) Union; IVuca Haledtriun.
Loulavllle Courkfr-Joai'Hal. W. r
MorRon.. Hutolilngon (Kmii.i wm;
JttMpltua Danlek, Kaloigli t.. r.i
Mowa ami Obeorver. ami Isaac X
(even. Pueblo (Colo, i i iu. ftain
To Nil the vwemnvy tan the i.o.inl
amoel Howies, RttTjajflotri R p'liilt
can. anil T Anthony. New Bedford
(Mam. Standard, were nominated.
THREE
HOMELESS ALONG
THE
River Continues to Rise Slowly
and Maximum Stage of G5
Feet Is Expected.
Ilr lasrtl Wire in Krrnlnc rlnraldl
Cincinnati, o. Jan is Th.- "hio
river continued to rise ateadllv but
mora slowly today, the ata al 'J
o'clock this morning being tii.x feet
The government foreoaMer pretll" t d
that the rlae woultl continue today
and tomorrow ami that probably a
maximum ataito of is feet would be
reached.
It waa eetlmated that I.OOo peraona
had been driven from their homen in
Clnolnanti. Newport. Covtitftou and
Dayton, acroaa the rtver in ICanlooky.
Mmiy moHufactortea have aaen Homi
oil and huiidrcda of people thrown
not of work.
Charged He Swore to False
Birth Record and Foisted
Illogal Child on Wealthy
English Parents.
(Ily Leaard Wire lo Kulna Meralil)
Man Criiiiclaco J ui ,t 1 1 rotn
platnt oi the i lt board of health,
a warrant waa iaauwd today for Hie
arreat ol Hr. W. W. Kraaer of W-xer-vlllo.
fharlnkr him with vnat faini
fld a public record of brrth. Dt.
Kraaer ivrtlfled that a son waa born
on Mepteinber 1, llie. m Charlea Bu
aene Kdwaed Sllngahy, o( a wealthy
Kngllah family and hla American
wife. Dorothy Moran (!utfcr
aungsby
The complain' oeMfifdej thai Dr.
Kraaer waa a petrty tu ihi sulaMltu
Hun of an illegal child, horn i Mi
lion Anderson of OeverevlHe, which
Mra Mllnxaby folated upon hor hut.
hand aa hla The WHpfateya are now
In HiiKlond with the child, whl. h the
both assort is their.
ItiM'kufHllor In Sorlmta iMuillltMi.
Waahlngton, D 0. Jan II Dr.
C W. Richardaon. who examined
William Rockefeller, the nil magnate,
at Miami. Florida, lor the house ' mo
Bey trust iiivoatlgaiint ommHtec. lo
doiormltto if the millionaire were
physically ahea to give uatlmoay.
made hla report.
Chairman IJo will not matte it
public until aUer It h4a been present
ed to the full memnorahio of the
boutm Hatifchltg an. I urreii. commit
lee. II la understood, howexer. that
Dr Itli-hardaon lound ttuekelcller
uneiiuH from the atUooute deecHoed
in amdaxiu tiled with the committee
by hia physicians, ad "gouty Inflam
mation of the laryita;," which hail
liecesaltHletl .'IX operation.
iaiM for I bo I mini dtatee acnaie in
tll. extol lllll il H i-tloll la folllll'
LiH.tsaui 5 ami mi, . ; i , ii hi i.-m ii mejor
lly in Hie legislature should decide to
tutu Jowii judge Kail,
TO
OHIO
DOCTOR ARRESTED
ON SENSATIONAL
ACCUSATION
ILLlDEMOCRATS WILL
PUT LUMBER ON
FREE LIST
Caucus Leaders Announce De
termination Following the
Hearing Today on Lumber
Sohcdulc.
fllr Leased Wire lo Kveolita: Heraldl
waahlHRton, Jan. II. -Jfret) lum
ber" as pert of the DamoemMj tariff
program of the ooihUik aatra awtwton
of CoitKr aai. eovmel aaaoretl today at
the hearliw before tho he nommit
tee on ways and meatM. The lum
ber aahedpie waa cloeetl ao fur aa the
liemrtHKe were concerned. The lollo
qnhM between the UenimirKtlc mem
bera of the committee and Hlo wlt
ntmm Indicated in. intention of u
majority or the committee upon jiut
tMB roHKh and drweaud lumbor. hewn
and aquHrotl Umber, aliltiKloe. Iittha
and foiiae luaHa on the free Met. Jtcp
roeantHtlve Kllohln of Mortl. Mar...
unit, iJemocrat. referred lueidontul
to meau. and iteiirotioutailVH I.
worth, of Ohio. Ueiiubll.-oii. ujika
"Do you DetnocrMa purpone to put
meat on the frao Itetr'
"Yea," repllatl Mr. Kltahtn. "I'm
Kolntf to voio ror tl."
UeprtMHiHtatlve J it i nee, of Kanluoky.
Democrat, in the eroeVexointiiuttnu.
referred to tho "lupilar ooooeiilly for
conm-rwm; the iffperoete or tho poor
miii than of i'oiuarlni: litmlur. '
The lumber e bodul occupied a
little more Uian threo houra ooiwld-
eratloil. iHller todeiv the hIIW aehetl-
ule waa taken up. with the allk aaio
ciatlon of America. JomprlelnK two
Htlrtla or Hie silk manufacturliiK In
diiatry repreeented. Ita apokoamau
wmm llnrm-H II 1'lia.Ki.. a.t Pjotli luu.
theater, t'ooit . who uril rutuiitlnti
ot the iireaout allk turlff.
WitMhliiBton. Jitn. IS. Wllllum B.
I 'iiliifprifM ikf llronVlvn V V tmlnv
auk ml the hottao vmyn and moana
committee lo retain the prnaont tariff
nf IH. liar enllt ml vntnrniil on NftWAil
boortlH, plitnkn uml cttblnet woodn not
further itmnufaeturml than aitwod,
ttnd 20 per cent ttdvulorem nit o-
nuorH.
churloH Mciike or New Vork naked
it higher tariff than the iirnsetit l&
por I'dii idvalorcm mi inunufncturtHl
WilplXV l".llClM
CHIHUAHUA IS AGAIN
SOLATED BY
REBELS
Northwestern Traoks Torn Up;
Sugar Munufaoturcr and
Wife Have Narrow Escape.
(lly 1 .1111111I Wlro lo HtonhiK Herald
i.t t-aao. re . Jan. 1 J.Dullnlli)
proposals for peace in Jlexlco wuru
made to Pedro Latecitrulu, intiilHtar of
fun Ign relatione, during lila rocont
visit here. It waa ilerlaretl today. It
waa aaid Hie propoaMia wmu from In
aiirrcftu leadera, including I lie. Ikil-
aor. Manelo carrevo mid Antonio
Itojaa. Macuraln waa aakod to pro-
eeut the propoaal to I'rewldent Mm-
i I aro.
Dr. Joee II. Dene, who noted aa una
of the rebel cottinihwIoiierH, autil that
XapHta. Inaurreoto lander in tioutii
Mexico, io directly exnroeetl tyle
witiingHeea to accept the patiea tngt.
Included Ih the Hropotmle wan one
that lacuralii reaign.
Noiilmoeiniii Again u Wrirol;.
Kl Paao, Tea, Jan. I Commum
.ailon with the Interior or Chlhualtmt
in again cut on by the ciiIIIhk of
the Maetlco Northwestern railroad by
rebels near Ouaman. between Juarea
and Citaaa Orandro HumUy. Hemi
offlciat advices from ChlhiMUiua city
ropoit the egooatlon by rbtB near
htlilcora, chihuahua. of CleMaral
Joee di Ialt Ulaaoa. who had been
raptured hv rehele under Ma loaa r and
Itojaa hurt w.ih. The MesKan Cen
tral line remains omh.
Snuiir IManlor HoiiHtr.
Waahlwdton. Jan. is. -A. H ltw
rnrc. managet of aH AiaeilaM-own-ed
haoienda. near Kl I'lttrero. Vara
crua. eat aped unharmed when that
property waa attached by re be la, at
cording lo a report reooivwl lotUap
at the atate depamamtt from OohomI
Canada at Vara Crua.
hire. lawrone ahtn navaHOd with
her husband Ttie Identity of tho
Aaterlran sugar matter who waa
killed while ettemptmtt to defend the
property, waa not lenraod.
'ruo-.MIIiioii Dollur lir.
Calgary. Alberta. Jan. IS T'he
packing pie at of f iSurna and ootii
p.tnv waa deatrotad by fire yeaturilA
ih loaa. InaludluK moat In colli ater
..a. probably will be in xoae or ft.
eeo.aee. On account of the low
water pitaaMire the Mrs ilaiwrlliienl
was unable to do effect Iva work und
it a lo!. bom loitlKhi the fire still
rageil
The ptHiii w.i i he itMWeat of Ita
kind Hi Uii" pan ol Cenadg, nml from
w he-It Mil in- western IU, IlildUd
ilig Vattcuvw om1 Viuiurht, ami Hie
coat eiikM. draw kttpeJy for their
meat supply.
otflrVl
ECUBES HE WAS
ROBBED IN HEARST
NEWSPAPER
OFFICE
Sensational Testimony 1 1?
Brought Forward in Senate
Campaign Con t r i b u t i o a
Hearing By Negro Lawyer
.. mi
STEWART TESTIFIES HE "
WAS BRUTALLY SLUGQEH
Men. Claimed to Be Policemen
and Said Examiner Offica
Was a Police Station, It Is
Alleged.
Ilr Leased Wire Kvrejt-
r WU!hnKtori. Jan. 13. A storTof
Itptt I'oplea of letters from ri,.. r
'Arehbold to Formr Bsuator Fontkor
nnu other pubtio mo. were lakoi
from tho Standard OH company-d of
fice ut No. 26 Broadway, New York,
by w. w. winkrwa Vd-i effl
Htump, nesro metiwnffera omployctt
by tho compitny. wan told to tho sen
Mo cuiiHmlun fund imvatlgatln com-
.......... ninny ny uiiaurui BS8vjtrl, ,
nuro law dork, btowart Kit Id he
waa om ployed by Air. Forakar to In
veatlsato whether certain ollAtud
Photogruphle oople8 of lettera pub
llahed were forgeries. WinkfleltS
waa found In CIiIooeo, Stewart aald,
and mill hhn a ntorj of how ha anA
Stump took ooploa or Jotters frota thd'
Standard oil fllea mid disponed tit
them to u roprcnentutlve o tho NoviT'
Vork Auterlcnn.
Whllo in Chlcugo on December is.
Stownrt dcolarod, ho t-n kidnaped
by "mmgiiterir tnltun to tho offtao of
the Chlcitffo Examiner ntut rnMu.il
a number of lolterit nml paper, in-
ciuaitiB two ictterii to him from For-
inor Senator EVtrntter. Tl,
euvo a circumstantial account of hi
efforta to cucapo from tho "sattg
atera" who had aearclted tho house lu
which ho waa slopping- mid a huulf
nml uflor tho ulteRcd scono tn thu
Kxumlner office.
The men who Uldtmpcd him, Ita
aald, told him they wore pollcotnon
exhibited w'hiSt purloVt8d lo be tvr
rniita and attumptud to make believe
tho r.xutnlner office tvn a pollco ata
Hon. Chairman Clupp reud Into tho
reoord u trannlutlon furnished by
John D.Atahbold t a cipher tetugram
put Into evldonoo recently with a
uutnbor of tho "Arohbotd 10110."
The tnttiMlfltlon given out by the 00m
tulttee roltowa:
"No S6 Uroudwuy, New York, Sept.
'-'S.l'JOO.
"Hon. J. B. Sibley. Kranklln. I'a
"llttvo returned hero und will 'o
Kbtd (o xue you ut any time. Hnvo
communlouted wl h A. J. Cuavutt and
ho will koo uv In Philadelphia, Ha
lf we ao tloalrts. either Tltursdiiy 3r
Krlday Will Clmrlce Miller be Iier4
tlila week'.'
(SlKned.) J. D. A 1 10 HII OLD.
TODAY IN CONGBESS
Kt'iuibe.
WuahliiKtoii, Jnn. 13.- Met aj,
noon. " ' 4
Patwed bill to rcqulru all nfitl
trum nulla to be lieurd In ptibjlo-
Citinimlsn futida luvcittlgutin
oommUlii liuan! testimony of
ailuhrlat Stowurt on the Arch
boll) leltorn.
Court of liniwiuhinent voted
on iirtlalve of linpeuohmcnt Kulnat
Judiro Hubert W. Arehbuld.
Houno.
Mul ut 11 o'olook thtH morning.
Itoetime debate on postoffloe np
proiirlutlon bill. Ways and moana
oommltUc uoiitlnued ita hearings
on tariff rovkdon. tho lumber
and allk echedult being tukun
up
Uttm Wtv-k Willi Hrokcn 'cok
KamMa City. Jan. 13.fter living
nearly a week with a broken nook.
Mra. Kiln Muynetf. uged 47. died yet
tarday at Kunaun Otty. Kan. Mrs
.Moyiiee fall on an lue-tiovored puvn
iHOHt Monday illia thought little of
her injuries and for 11 few dya tvuu
up ami uheui aa usual. Friday lu
bevume ill und rokiimod Into unoon
Holaumtuea. PhyalsUnn who per
formod un autopay today donli'rct
her noek Imd been broken when tihp
rooelved iho fall.
35 CENTS TOO MUCH
FOR COFFEE DUNNE
Chicago, Jan. 13.- Governor
elect Dunne, of Illinois, thinks
that 36c h cup la too much, 1pJ
I my for coffee Tho Kuvorrtor-
oltwt hiuI Coltfttgl James llrtrnlt-
tun Lewis, Domoorutlo uandldato
for senator, returned from
fipriiiKlleld yeelerduy mornlnh
and entered h fa-hlonubJe down
town hotel for breakfast. Jlr
Dunne started to order tho rd&U
when his oyo roaohed the Item; 4
Toifeo, 3e 11 eun.' on (ho"
menu.
Tho Kovornur-oloct roso froiji
the mule nml uMkod for his e.ott
und '.ut.
"Where ro you going?" lu- 4
nulred Colonel Luwni.
"flolnj whom I con get ooffse
ror lu cunts." replied Mr. Dum- 4)
"Thlrty.ilvo cents is too wmk
for anyone to pay for ooffe, 0
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