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JANINA FALLS To
GRtEK TROOPS (Continued From Page One) decorated ,with flags. Excited people thronged the thoroughfares singing the Greek national anthem, while joy ous peals rang out from every church steeple in the capital. The Greek advance on Janina began late in October. The Turks retired rapidly before their opponents and operations around the fortress opened about the beginning of December. The attack continued with varying success even during the period of the armis tice, to which the Greeks never form ally agreed. Several of the outlying forts fell be fore the Greek assaults and the at tack on the principal fortifications was gradually pressed home. Tihe Turkish garrison possessed 150 guns, distributed among forts at Biz nal to the south. Duruti to the south west, Sadovitza to the west, and Gar dinki to the north-west. It was not known until today how many Turkish troops were in the city, estimates heretofore varying from 18,000 to 30,000 men. The population numbered 22,000, mostly Greeks. The fortifications, ,which had at one time been considered strong, were an tiquated and could not resist modern caninon. Provisions throughout the siege had been plentiful, as Janina is a center of the grain trade. May Hasten Peace. londoin, March 6.-T'lhe fall of Janina today to the Greek army after miore than three moniiths' gallant de feinse byV Essad Pasha is expected to have the erftect orf expedliting peace negotiations. It will ladd at lthe allne time to lth co.li lexities arisingf in the general lafter-the-war settlement, as Janina. is one of the cities, which, ft has beien said, would ,oi included in the new a iltnolnnus Alhania. There has been no chantige in the diplomatic situation. The reply of the allies with regard to mediation by the lipowers still is awaited n111 the orders lour deli.bilizal ion by AulstriLa and tussia hlave noilt ibeeni issued. No cnfl'irm'tilon has Ibeen received of the reporteid sinking by a Turkish cruiser of three (creek tralnspllrts and it is semi-officially denied in Athens. A Scutari dispatch published in Vienlna says that the (crown\ prince of ,Montenegro in the recent fighting narrowly escaped capture by the Turks who surrolunded and afterwartd killed every nman of the Serviann battalion which went to the prince's rescue. APPROPRIAJION B ILLS ARE PASSED (('lojnnlud From ]age. One) canol t be ltaid on the table. at third re'ding w ro I'uletl Iout of order by the -petaker. ..\nnt in explainting his vote said: "We ill] promised the poople of Mon tona; c nlmpensation act and iH. B. 427 is the onlI such act now before the house. The responsibility of this s.ession is on the detlocrats, but the progressives before helped the demo erats pass platfornl measures. If the progrcssives htad not helped them not at tenmoeralie measulre wouhl ilOw be on the statute, books." ('oitts wheni \oting said: "I canlnot express mly feelings for the daillnnnble coduct l of the liuppe'r Itist'. Party lines ber'' he o v(' e i'n lrokn( airo('tss. We are now fighting for the people, to give them a decenit 'mpellnsation a(it. The qluesion is shall we got down fighting or yielding to miserable actions of ilt upperl holuse?" "I Iwould feel justified to use any weaplon within reach on the wvhole senatte," said l)urka In in asting hls "The senate," said Higgins, "otuhl haltV wassed iny Iiyisititse to gut thleir ctallly bhollett through, note they re tuse somllething h th popl'e wnt." Loivelace chr .h;acterized the senate tas "01 01 That Itching!" Stopped Instantly Try ZEMO; Skin Troubles Vanish. Buy a 250 Bottle Today and Prove It. Glory! A remedy for skin torturet that makes everybody smile and say "Hoo-ray!" If you have that terrible 'Give Me ZEMO, Quiekl It Is Guaranteed .to Stop this Terrible Itching Instantly." fiery, unreachable itching, scorching. raw eczema, prickly heat, rash, tetter, irritated or inflamed skin, blotches, pimples or blackheads, you will mar vel at the results of ZEMO. ZEMO is a clean, antiseptic solution. not a grease or ointment. Itching Vanishes at the first application; this is absolttely guaranteed or money re funded. Use it on the baby, too. it gives immediate relief in all skin tor tures. Dandruff and scalp itching vanish. "Suffered 23 years with eczema. Fin. ally tried ZEMO. It cured me sound and well. That was 15 months ago. ZEMO Is a blessing." Mrs. S. Eason, Hope, Ark. First-class druggists everywhere sell ZEMO for 26c a sealed bottle, or sent direct on recelpt of price by E. W. Rose Medlclne o., St. Louis, Mo. SSold and guaranteed in Missoula by P C. Smith Drug Ceo. "thieves and prostitutes, that have killed everything worth while." He also designated them as men "with no moral or any other kind of principles whose desire is to satisfy their lust for gold," Crippen told of a talk he had with a senator this evening and the sen ator said the senate would not be "biulldozed." "The progressive party stands at all times for the human interests of the people," said Pope in voting to table the appropriation bill. "As an expression of disgust to the senate," said Rhoades, and vote, "aye." After the last name was called the vrte stood 45 to 39. There were many who changed their votes and the re sult was a tie. Mains of Teton, who had already changed his vote once, changed back to "aye" and broke the tie. The motion carried 43 to 41. The. Vote. The roll call follows: Noes--Blair, o- Powell, Blake, Burnett, Crismas., Clark, Day, Doggett, Drinkard, Eliliel, E'ishhaugh, Fisher, Gleason, Glenn, Gould, Graybetdl, Henrichs, Higgins, HIolt, Huddleston, Hustead, Jahreiss, Johnson, Keinmisn King, Lemmnnon, li,\elace, McClung, McMahon, Mead ors, Norton, O'Neill, Phillips, Poulsson, Sickler, Stewart, ISullivan, Tighe, Walker, Word, Working, Macdonald Total 41. Those in favor of tabling H. B. 420 in order to pass H. B. 427-Annin, Blair of Ravalli, Brower, Camp, Car nal, Carroll, Clay, :Collins, Conner, Cllokingham, Craimer, ('rippen, Crull, Cults, Davidson, Davis, Durkan, El lingson, Ezekiels, Harmon, Henley, Houglh, Jewell, Jordan of Flathead, Jordan of Dawson, Kelly, Kiley Kirschwing, Larger, McNally, ýMac Rae, Mains, IMayfield, ,Murphy, Mur ray, Nyc, Pope, Prescott, Rhoades, IRowe, Smith, Spogen, Sweet--Total 43. t11. H. 421, an appropriation bill, was then tabled by a vote of 44 to 39. In voting on this hill a motion "that the hoiusil divide" was made by Blake. It carried. Thiis is the first time in the history of Montana legislatures that this has been done. Thie clock was stopped at 9 p. in. The Compensation Bill. At 10:24 p. in. the members of the ste cring committee came into the floor anmd 1i. H. 427, the comlpensation a.i by C'utts, .was in general orders. Thue house imunedialtly resolved itself into the committee of the whole. H. 13. 427 was taken up. A short debate was followed over an amendment by Higgins striking out the clause allow ing complensation where contributary negligence is proven. Cutts ably de fended his bill and the amendment was lost. A few more unimportant amend ments weire made and the bill was declared passed by Chairman Love lace, 10:a51 p. m. Day moved the house take appro priation bill No. 420 and 421 from the table and put them on third reading. Cutts moved waiting for H. H. 427 to ble Imadle ready alndl placed ahead of 420 and 421 on third reading. This carried. The compensation bill was passed. I,'ow remarks were made. Murphy chulr;l(cterized the smenate as the "house of lords." The Vote. The vote sllown on the roll call fol lows: Ayes-Annin, iBlair of Ravalll; Camp, Carnal, C(arroll, t'lay, Collins, Conner, Cookingham, Cramer, Crip pen, 'Crull, ('utts, Davidson, Durkan, Ellingson, Ezekiels, Fisher, Glenn, Harmon, Henley, Holt, Hough, Jewell, Jordan of I)awson, Jordan of Flat head, Kelly, Kemmis, Kiley, King., Kirschvhing, Largey, Lovelace, McNal ly, lMains, .Mayfield, Murphy, Murray, Norton, Nye, Popte. Prescott, Rhoades, Smith, Spogen, Stewart, Sweet, Tigbh, Walker, Working, Sipaker--Total 51. Noes--rair of .IP'owell, Blake, uinr nlItt, Brower. Crismas, ('lark, Day, l)oggett, 1rinkard, IEliel, "ishbaugh, (hleason, Gould, (Irayheal, Hliggins, Iluddlcston, lnustead, Jahreiss, John son, I einmon, McMahon, MacRae, Men adors, O' Neill, Poulsson, Rowe, iickler, Sullivan, Word-Total, 29. This bill as passed provides com pensation for all classes of employ ment except the railroaders, who are already provided for by a bill passed two years ago, and by federal statutes. H. B. 427 eliminates the assumption of risk and the "fellow servant law" from the present statutes and makes the compensation in proportion to the amount of contributory negligence proven. The amount of compensation is left to jury. The railroad men of the house fa vored the bill. 'liipon a miittion Iy Cutts the appro ltriltion hius were then taken froiii the tablel anld ilnaced on thirdl reading. Diith tills passed. T''hus ended a filibuster that hadl at ilncs dnltseid netlr riots. Th. house -won its point. The fililbustler had ai complisihed its ,nil. Thhe much dte spised senate had bowed to the 'will of the "lo-wer" house. A sigh tif relief spread throiiiugh the entirie assoinlage of Itirslns "lid the intense tension was relieved. Afler the passing of the appropria tion hills the house settled down to steatdy grind adli worked hard until I:15 a. m. At that time the com mitte.e of the whole arose andl Mac dolnld was called to the chair. Walker of Sliver Btow, then in a short spleech paid high tribute to the faLirness atd ability of the speaker of the Thirteenth. lie. then presented the speaker, oi behalf of the house, with a solid gold watch. The speaker replied, expressing 'him self pl,ased with the friendships he had formed. He said, while many had at times disagreed with him, still he hears mllal!ce toward none. His speech was one of the best made during the. entire session. Pond, Too. Charles Z. Pond, the chief clerk, was then presented with a token of service antd esteem, a gift of the house. At the conclusion of his response there was scarcely a dry eye in the house. The pages presented the speaker with a set of Steve\ns' works. The sergeant-at-arms was then ar rested and dragged before the bar of the house. He was presented with a nurse. He made an appropriate re sponse. Only Appropriations. After a little Jollification the house again settled down to hard work. At Get your spring suit early AS a matter of habit, the best dressed men are likely to look early for spring clothes, and one of the best reasons for their good appearance is because they come here early. They come to this selling center, and get their pick of a wide selec tion of suits in such makes as Premier Hart Schaffner & Marx Fashion and WoolWorth There's a big advantage in early selection. You <:. may as well have the kind of clothes these men are wearing, and have them early. You'll be surprised and delighted to learn how good a suit or overcoat you can buy here for $25. Of course, we have suits and overcoats at less and at more; but we advise you to see the $25 line first-it affords choice not of one single make, but of all the makes we carry-immense variety! a. m. unofficial notice was given that Itavalli, to lv, ;I tax on orc'hilrd, for I 7 1 A l FA Ir rA r ITA 5! oi. nr i. ...i .1 ,... I , mr, 1, 0I . . .. i.. .. . 2 a. m. unofficial notice was given that the senate would only consider bills carrying appropriations. A quick shiftihg of numbers was then made on the big board at the front of the house. There are appropriations bills to keep the house going until long after breakfast time. 'Many bills will have to go by the board. The galleries vwere still comfortably filled at 2:30 a. im. and many visitors were on the floor. Solne of the house, vocalists started and the din was increasing. The Senate. The senate was in and out of ses sion more than half a dozen times during the day. It tralusactled an uenor mous grist of business and killed a great numlber of bills upon unfavor able comllnmittee reports, among the numbner being tilhe Kelly full crew bill. Among the hills passed were: S. Ii. 179, by Abbott, relating to the li nmit of indebtedness each county maII incur: S. B. 126f, by W\hiteside, to iapprolpriate Imoney for a horticullural bullilding at the state fairgrounds; S. t. 176;, by IByrnes, providing for thIlle investment lof the pertmatnent Intld gralt funds; If. I. 62, to create thlie state board of contlmissionecrs for ilIt' itisian; II. B. 231, requliring nton-residellt agents of nursery complnlanies to obtalin a license' for the sale of nursery stock ill the state; H. B. 245, to prev'nt the intro duction of insect posts and disease of horticulltural and agricultural ilants tl. B. 2S21, for the pirotection oif fish and gaine; II. B. 271. by Murray, to provide for the inspecltion of sleatlll I)sts and all other teats propclled lby lmachinery, other than Irivate Ipleas ure crafts; 11. B. 373, directing tlilh state treasulrer to transfer froln the general fund to the agricultural col lego incotme fund the suin of $19, 373.32; 11. B. 248, appropriating iminey for the payment of the salary of the state tax colnmmissioner; II. B. 413, to provide for the sutplport of the gov ernlllnt iof the state for the . years 1913-14; ii. H. 332, for tihe creation of new counties, naking the mninllmanl i for new counties at $3,000,000 valiua tion, and to leave $5,000.000 in ith old counties; S. B. 182, relating to tit tuberculin testing of cattle; II. B. 60, by Lovelace, to regulate the practice of veterinary medicine and surgery: LH. B. 379, by Carnal, to establish the I nerthern Montana agricultural anmi manual training school and experi mental sub-station Ulipon lands to he purchased by the state on the 1Fort Assinniboine reservation; H B. 372, by Largey, for the registration and regu lation of motor vehicles; II. B. 296, by Eliel, relating to liquor dealers' li censes; H. B. 310, by Harmon, amend ing the form of ballots to be voted when initiative and referendum meas ures are submitted to the people. At 11 o'clock the senate resumed its sitting and passed two house bills through all the various stages with the rapidity that showed how easily a well-oiled machine can work. These were H. B. 116, by Working, relating to the redemption of property sold at tax sale, and 202, by Blair of itatvallI, to lev\ i· tax on orchard, for eraliication of pi'sts. 'Senator \\'itesid mde his swan song 1speeh iIn firewvell to the( senate and reIccteiv\' a st~landing vote of con fidence'. (enator Itar;lorn was tunlnionattstly chosen pr.idllet piro tol(.. annl nalade a brief stipc-ch oif alppr'eiatlIon The senaite thlti rettessedl tuntil 12 o'clock. Upon reass-nclll ing the senate was notified of t h passage of It. lt. 427. ()in m tion o f 1 )ona111 the 'hill was not considercd iby the 'follaowing vote: ,Ayes:--Ai lib tt. tioardinllia., Ithrlin gamei , Iiyrnes. 'ato, ('lChristopher, Iar roch, Dearborn, Donlan. Eldwards, G'allwey, LiUrsonl, Ilary, Leighton, Mc K(enzie, 1Minor. liuffly, elwcray and Survant---Total, 19. Noes-Ashrhllge, ,lrownIlolt,, I)lln tclan, ceorge, (Iratl'., (;roff, (i'StI;e, 'Tayltor, ind \\hites.hl ,e Total, 1I "Tho settllte then recei\'ed the repolrt of the ipassai of house bit( lls 42(0 a1nd 421, the api 'ro. litattons thai had been give them conlileration. I. It. 421, glneral apltiro1)rlations, was also finally passed with linior aunn ndutlilet I s. Two msinor house bills w\er'e passed iant the , tl l rtectessea l slbject to thet cill of theg cl;ilir. At 1:(1 (Ihe cot ii mittiiee on fin nc'e reported 11. II. 42it, ertansing Iihe silairies of (coal mine in spectol, rs andtil I e i h oller inspectors. Thle senatlo i iint thlrouglh the formsI necesslary It poit the bill til for final ipalssageit , antld til.sstd it w\ithoult divis ion. (Il mI lon of Don"an all considera tion of lills t tllr llhan for lilappropllrila tions was indlifenitely postponed. NEW BANK FORMED FOR TOWN OF TROY Libby, Ma;rch r.--(Hpecial.)-Ar ti cles of aisso.iation of the Kootenai Valley State bank were thits week filed with the county clerk and re corder oIf Lincolln llcountIy and with the secreta'lry of state.. IOfficers hIave been electe.d, alllnd as soon as the lilld Ing at Troy is completed the hbank will openl for Ibusiness. Frank Plval of hlby has oeen awarded the con tract for the building. The following officers were elected: President, F. R. 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