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This leads up to speculation as to what
will be done with various Individuals
whose names are mentioned in the mes
sage of ex-Governor; Gage. In that list
are two members of the State Board of
Harbor. Commissioners of San Pranclscoi
J. C.Kirkpatrick and John A. Mackenzie'
who constitute a majority of that'board!
Kirkpatrick has already made ; a trip ? to
Sacramento ; and has had > a consultation
with Governor Pardee, and it is said that
during this trip he pledged his support to
"These matters have not been consid
ered in detail as yet. I have not decided
what will be done, but I am of the opin
ion that all State officials under this ad
ministration should.be thoroughly inhar-"
mony with the policy of the administra
tion." •
This Is what Governor Pardee said this
afternoon when he was asked what he
was going to do with the nominations
from Governor Gage's administration that
have been passed over to him: I
of ground, particularly. In connection with
the appointment of Leavitt to-day. It is
not thought likely that Senators LeaviU
and L-ukens of Alameda County would
have gone to the trouble of manipulating
the time of adjournments to the nicety
that was done in the last week had they
not had the full consent of the Governor
The Senate certainly took their action as
an intimation that Governor Pardee de
sired these nominations passed over, and
they supported. this desire. '<
Governor Pardee is not ready to say
more than that he "believes that all ap
pointees under the administration should
be In thorough harmony with the policy
o7 the administration/' But this is gen
erally regarded as covering a great deal
hut indication was given this afternoon
when Senator P. W. Leavitt of Alameda
County was appointed as the chairman of
the Committee on Executive Communica
tion'. This Ik the committee to which is
referred all messages from the Governor,
and to this committee will go all of for;,
rner Governor Gage's appointments when
the Senate Is finally organized.
The selection of Senator Leavitt Is re
garded as most significant, for Senator
I>eavitt has been the head and front of
the movement to pass all. patronage over
Into Governor Pardee's administration.
Senator Leavitt has been the man from
Governor Pardee's home county who suc
ceeded by Ills adroft manipulation in post
poning all consideration of patronage un
til Dr. Pardee should assume office, and
it was most natural that he should be
come head of the committee that would
handle the appointments that he himself
has held up. And so it is that the poli
ticians around the Capitol see in this ap
pointment a general indication that Dr.
Pardee is colng to assume 'absolute con
trol of all appointments and that Sena
tor Leavitt Is going to be his mouthpiece
and representative In the securing of such
control. . ./jSUBBE&B&Sfll ...
Tho exact lines upon which this will bo
worked out have cot j et been laid down,
Ever since the Senate >-howed that its
: i mriathirs wrre with tli* in.-nmins rath
. i than the outgoing administration and
parked all of former Governor dago's ap
)• ifntiaeAta on to Governor Pardcc's a<l
iiiSiiistratiun there has bc< n much specu
lation as to what the_ new Governor
«<«uld do. Those who have been the re
cipients of favors at the hands of Gov
«mor Gage have been haunting the Cap
i:ol to discover. If possible, their status
under the new administration. They have
invariably found out that Dr. George C.
l';irdec was going to be Governor In the
fullest raeanins of the word and that if
tl^y were to retain office it would be as
supporters of Dr. Pardee';* regime.
CALL HEADQUARTERS. SACRA
MENTO. Jan. 13.— Governor George
C. P.ardoe is goins: to take control
of. , Ills entire administration and
this means that all of '.he nominations
that have been submittoj to the Senate
by ox-Govcrnr.r Gape will be withdrawn
by the new Governor. This does not nec
essarily mean that all of those who have
b'-cji nominated for p-sitlons by the
Governor who has Jun rc'.'red will bo rc-
Jimd appolntmrnt by Governor Pardee.
t.iit if ihfir names ire .' IK air, submitted
!¦• Ibe Senate for connrtrntion it will be
. - a.lhrrpnts of the dpw administration
Special Dispatch to The Call.
Intentions of the Governor in the Matter of the Appointments by- Gage
Cause Much Serious Speculation and Worry in the State
It Is generally believed that Kirkpat
rick's' name'- will' be resubmitted by Gov
ernor Pardee, but that" his confrere, J.
A; Mackenzie, will not be^.so fortunate.
The term of Paris Kllburn will | expire in
the ; course of a few months and in this
way Governor Pardee wlllbe able to/con
trol the Harbor Commission from the
vf ry start of ' his administration.' 1
' Charles S. • Spear will * succeed either
Kllburn or . Mackenzie and Will be" tho
president,;, while Governor.'. Pardee will
give him a t ' least one other, membcrfof
the board who will-Voik in harmony with
him. '¦.¦:^^^sss^^^^^^^sttmiiaBsa^
the new administration
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 13.— Henry. Meyer
of San Mateo,- Cal., has been elected
chairman of, the. national legislative com
mittee of the Brotherhood of Carpenters
nnd. Joiners of America, which began its
first session of the year he/e to-day.
California Mechanic Is Honored.
Canteen Question to Be Ignored.
AVASHINqTaN, Jan. 13.— No action
will be taken by the House Commlte* on
Military Affairs or by Congress on the
canteen question at this session and no
consideration Is being given by the com
mittee to any measure proposing the
restoration of the canteen to tho army
post exchanges. This statement was
made to-day, by Chairman Hull, who haa
been in receipt daily of a vast number of
letters, telegrams and petitions from all
TROUBLE AT A DANCE
: . RESULTS IN A MURDER
CAIRO, 111., Jan. II— At a dance at
Moorehouse. Mo., Iastnlsbt, James and
Dolpheus Hill of Johnson County. Illi
nois, became drunk and. created a' dis
turbance and Marshal Dan Lance and
Deputy Marshal Taylor were called In; to
restore peace. Dolpheus Hill shot and
killed Lance,. while James Hill fatally cut
Taylor. The Hill boys, started to leave
the house, when Taylor shot and w?und
ed one of; them., but they succeeded in
making their, escape. Searching .parties
have' been organized, but the murderer*
are still at. liberty.
jf^ ALL HEADQUARTERS, SAC
tT RAMENTO, Jan. 13.— The list of
H^ committees in the ¦ Assembly
was announced to-day by
Speaker Arthur Flsk. The
selections he made give general satisfac
tion and there appears to be a general
desire to buckle down to the worft and
hurry through the biif iness of the session.
Following tire the Assembly committees:
AGRICULTURE.
McNeil of-R6bnervilIe (chairman), Mattos ot
Contervllle. Wajker, of iLo* Gatos, Steadman of
Monterey, Kelbo/of Jnglewood, Lumley of
Portervllle,- Weger of Uklah. .
• ATTACHES AND EMPLOYES.
Black' of -Palo Alto ".(chairman),' "Dunlap ~t>t
Stockton. Stanton ot Los Angeles, McMahon. of
San Francibco. '/•-¦'¦ V ¦'•¦ '
BANKS AND BANKING. N
Bliss of Oakland (chairman). Bates of Ala
meda, Pyle of Santa Barbara, Barnes of I'a
clfic Beach, Duffey of Ben Lomond.
• CLAIMS.
Dorsey of Bakersfleld (chairman). Bliss of
Alameda, Hier^lns of Sacramento. Knight of
San Francisco, Transue of Los Angeles, Co
vert of Hanford. Mehany of San Francisco.
COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION.
Bolsson of San Francisco (chairman), Rolley
of Kureka, Staimollof Nelson, Traber of Fresno.
Amerlge ot Fullerton, Greer of Sacramento,
Houner of Los Angeles; Duffey of Ben Lo
mond, Copus of San "Francisco. .
COMMISSIONS AND PUBLIC EXPENDI
TURES.
Transue of Los Angeles (chairman). Amerlge
of Fullerton, McMartin of San Francisco,
Barne3 of Pacific Beach, Lux of San Fran
cisco, Grotefend of Redding, Siskron of San
Francisco. i'.'vi-
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS.
McCartney of Los Angeles (chairman),
Wright of San. 'Jose,' Camp of Los - Angelen,
King of Napa, Knight of San Francisco, How
ard of Colusa, Mahany of San Francisco.
; CONTESTED ELECTIONS.
Wright of San Jose (chairman). Camp of
Ix)s Angeles, Mattos of Alameda, Lelnlnger of
¦Weavei-vlUe, Klls of Stege, Dunbar of Sonoma,
Finn of San Francisco.'
CORPORATIONS.
Allen of San Francisco (chairman), Stanton
of I^os Angeles. Bates of Alameda, McCartney
of Los Angeles, Rolley of Eureka, Knight of
San Francisco. Wright of San Jose, Baxter of
Wawona, Dunbar of Santa Rosa.
COUNTIES AND COUNTY BOUNDARIES.
Stansell of Nelson (chairman). Dorsey of Ba
kersfiekl, Transue of I>o» Angeles, Rolley of
Eureka, . Covert of Hanford. .
COUNTV AND TOWNSHIP GOVERNMENTS.
Walsh of Oakland (chairman). Carter of Los
Angeles, Brown of Colma, McKenny of lone,
Dorsey of Bakersfleld. Hlgglns of Sacramtnto,
l>»inlnj:er of * Weaverville. Kolley of Kureka,
Burgess of " El Cajon, Moore of Undine, ' Me-
Connefl of 'Woodland, Baxter of Wawona,
Dougherty of San Juan.
DAIRIES AND DAIRY PRODUCTS.
I Steadman of Monterey (chairman), Olmstead
of San Rafael. Brown ot Colma, John of San
Luis Oblspo,. McNeil of Rohnervllle, Bliss ot
Oakland. Moore, of Undine, Dougherty of San
Juan, Weger of Uklah.
¦ ELECTION LAWS.
Stanton of Los Angeles (chairman), Bliss of
Oakland, bUBman of San Francisco, So ward of
Downievllle, Carter of Los Angeles, McConnell
ot "Woodland, McMahon of San Francisco.
EDUCATION.
Mattos ot CentervIIle (chairman), Hlggins of
Sacramento, Walker of Loh Gatos, • Drew of
Fresno. Lewis of Riverside. Stansell of Nelson,
I'ann of Santa Paula, Bangs of Modesto, Copus
ot San Francisco. -. •
ENGROSSMENT AND ENROLLMENT.'
Amerige of Fullerton (chairman), McMartin
of San Francisco. Mott of Oakland. Hart of
San Francisco. Uleason of San Francisco Bax
ter of Wawona, Murphy of San Francisco.
FRUIT ANDVINK INTERESTS.
Traber of Fresno (chairman), Kelso of In-
Klewood. Johnstone of San Dlmas, Mnttos of
Centerville, Cromwell of Petaluma. Killings
worth of Vacavllle. Covert of Hanford.
,V; FISH AND GAME.
Leinlnger of Weaverville (chairman!, McNeil
of Rohnerville. Foster of Oakland,- Olmstead of
San Rafael. Ells of Stege. Black of Palo Alto
Drew or Fresno, Transue of Los Angeles, 1 Bax
ter of. 1 Wawona, Grotefend of Redding, Murphy
of San FrancUco.3g|sajgg[gg£
FEDERAL RELATIONS. .
Goodrich of Pasadena (chairman). Gleason of
San Francisco. . Lewis of Riverside, Amerlge
of Fullerton. Grotefend of Redding.
\ r IMMIGRATION. ¦¦ \
MeKen'ney of lone (chairman), Gleason of
San Francisco, Jchnstone of -San Dimas, Hart
of: San Francisco. Pann of Santa Paula. Bois
son of San Francisco, Lewis' of San Francisco,
•Finn of San Francisco, Bangs of Modesto.
•: IRRIGATION.
Walker of Iajs Gatos (chairman). Drew of
Fresno, ' Amerlso of Fullerton, Johnstonp'of
San Dlmas. Duryea -of Lincoln. .Moore of Un
dine, Pyle of Santa- Barbara, Bangs of Modes
to, Lumley of Portervllle.
JUDICIARY.
Johnson of Sacramento (chairman). Dunlap
of; Stockton, Allen of San Francisco, Camp of
Los ; Angeles, Brown of Colma, Carter of Los
Angeles, Cromwell of Petaluma, Drew, of Fres
no,- Duryea of Lincoln; King of Napa, Mattoa
ofi . Centerville, • of Redlands, Mc-
Laughlln' of. .Yuba , City, .. Soward of Downie
ville, : Walsh of-. Oakland, McCartney' of: Los
Angeles, Houser, of Los Angeles, Howard of
Cclusa. Covert of Hanford.":
r - LABOR AND CAPITAL.
Pyle, of Santa* Barbara (chairman), Waste of
Berkeley,: Gleason of San Francisco, \ Duryea of
Lincoln.;; Camp • of.. Los Angeles, Lewis . of 'San
Francisco, - Burgess - of 'El , Cajon.' Kerrigan of
San Francisco, : Finn of San Francisco.
They expected a bitter contest, but yes
terday when the list of committees was
announced in the Senate it was seen at
once that without' any open fight . the
Works bill is impossible of adoption in its
present form. As members of the Com
mittee on Irrigation Lieutenant Governor
Anderson named Senators Caldwell of
Riverside, -Ward of San Diego, Hubbell of
San Bernardino, Smith of Los Angeles
and Greenwell of Ventura, all southern
members and all opposed to the Works
bill. The other members of the commit
tee are Rowell of Fresno," Tyrrell of Ne
vada and Diffgs of Marysvllle. Inasmuch
as the committee will have authority to
amend any measure which may come be
fore it. It will be possible for it to remove
th*s objectionable features of tho Works
hill'without the necessity of a contest on
tho floor of the Senate.
When the Legislature convened the
southern members stood practically a unit
in their opposition to the measure. The
opposition was under the , leadership of
Senator Caldwell in the uppW house, and
even before the two houses were or
ganized tho southern members began to
work to secure votes against the proposed
measure. '
"At that convention interests In Irriga
tion and water distributing plants valued
at many millions of dollars were repre
sented. Quite a number of the members
of the Legislature from that section of
the State were In attendance, and resolu
tions wqre adopts declaring in no uncer
tain terms the opposition to the Works
bill in that section. ;'-.;.
Since the opening of the session,' in fact,
long before, It had been known that there
would be a clash between the State Water
and Forest Association and the members
of both houses from Southern California.
At the instance of the association a new
irrigation bill had been prepared by
former Judge John D. Works of Los An
*Bcles," and copies of Ifwcre sent broad
cast over the State. In many sections it
was received with favor, but in the south
it was met with a wave of indignation,
which culminated in a mass convention,
which was held in Riverside, to protost
against the measure.
. rious contest over^the^lmpprtant
subject of* irrigation" was yeBterday re
moved all unwittingly by Lieutenant Gov
ernor Anderson.
CALL HEADQUARTERS, SAC
RAMENTO, Jan.. 13.— In a most
unexpected manner, what was
considered the certainty of a se^
Special Dispatch to The Call.
Works Bill Hasn't a Chance
of Engendering Ire in
the South.
Washington— Widows, minors and de
pendent relatives— Sarah E. Brewerton,
Tacoma. $S (Mexican war).
Army orders — Tho leave of absence
granted Major George H. Paddock, Fifth
Cavalry, Department of California, is ex
tended three months. Major William If.
Baldwin, commissary, now on leave at
San Francisco, is ordered to the Philip
pines February 1.
The following patents were Issued to
day:
California— Mahlon G. Bailey, San Joa<».
rule attachment; Carl A. Braun and W.
M. Scott. Cupertino, fruit packing appa
ratus: John G. Cunningham. Bella Vista,
cream and butter separator; George Ti.
Doyle. Berkeley, manifold book and car
bon carrier; Lucien II. Handy, San Fran
cisco, and C. S. Hosford, Berkeley, ¦ as
signors to Golden Gate Novelty Manufac
turing Company. San Francisco, door lock
and burglar alarm: John F. Logue, Sac
ramento, attachment . for telephone
mouthpieces; Raymond A. Perry. Oak
land, dredger; Alfred E. Roberts, San
Francisco, -combination Scotch and water
tube marine boiler: pardoner A. B. Spen
cer. San Francisco/ and H. H. Fisher.
East Oakland, mercury test gauge; Fran
cis Ij. Whitney, San Francisco, wool
scouring mechanism: William -A. Wil
liams, flushing tanks for -«foset3.
Washington — Chester S. Batcheldn*.
lime or cement kiln; John J. Bloom and
A. W. Mensor, Seattle, garment support
er; Nathaniel B. Stone. Outlook, conver
tible Bameboard; James W. Williams.
Spokane, electric . signal system for. rail
ways. '
WASHINGTON". Jan. 13.— Postofflce dis
continued January 31: California — Enter
prise, Buttft County; mall goes to Oro
ville. Postmasters commissioned: 'Cali
fcrnia — Hans P. Olaen. Chualar. Oregon-
Fred "Wentworth, Warm Springs; Jame3
B. Overton, Jasper. Fourth-class Post
masters- appointed: California— Lawrence
E. Peterson. Bay ha. Shasta County, vice
Hermann J. S cuter t. resigned; John Ml
Case. Toamosa, San Bernardino Count}',
vice' Melville J. Casey, resigned; Joseph
B." Nelson, Naples. Santa Barbara County,
vice Alice P. Williams, resigned. Oregon —
Richard TV. Robinson, Eight Mile. Mor
row County, vice Aaron S. Harries, re
signed; William M. Stewart, Halsey, Linn
County, vice Alexander Power, removed.
Washington— Peter Madson,' Elliott. Kin
gle County, vice J. J. Borseth, resigned.
Rural free delivery will be established
at Mokelumne Hill, Calavera3 County,
California, February 2.
These pensions were granted to-day:
California— Increase, reissue, etc.—Wil
liam Coleman, San Francisco, $12; Martin
Murray, San Francisco, $10.
Oregon— Original — Georgo T. Daywa'.t,
Fishhawk. »6.
Several Changes Are Made in the
Postal Service and More Pen
sions Granted.
of utterest to people
of the pacific coast
Santa Barbara. McCartney of Los Angeles.
Walker of Santa Clara. John of San Luis Obis
po, McNeil of -Rohnervllle. Bates of Alameda,
Steadman of Monterey," Transue of Los An
geles, Dougherty of San Juan, Snyder of Ne
vada, city. .
PUBLIC HEALTH AND QUARANTINE.
Foster or Oakland (chairman), Lewis of San
Franclseo. Barber of San Francisco, Cromwell
of Pctaluma. Hart of San Francisco. Bangs of
Modesto, Siskron of San Francisco.
PUBLIC LANDS AND FORESTRY.
John of San Luis Oblspo. (chairman). Good
rich of Pasadena, McLaughlln of Yuba City,
Johnson of Sacramento. Traber of Fresno. Bax
ter of Wawona; -Duffey of Ben Lomond.
. PUBLIC MORALS. \
Barber of San Francisco (chairman). King
of Napa, Johnson of Sacramento, Carter of Los
Angeles. Allen of San Francisco. Steadman of
Monterey. Black of Palo Alto. Duffey of Ben
Lomond, Dunbar of Santa Rosa.
PUBLIC PRINTING.
Higglns of Sacramento (chairman). Bates of
Alameda. Mott of Oakland. Bolsson of Sin
Francisco.' Barnes of Pacific Beach, Dunbar of
Santa Rosa. McMahon of San Francisco.
PUBLIC WORKS, STATE CAPITOL AND
PARKS.
Rolley of Eureka (chairman), Olmstead of
San Rafael; Mott of Oakland. Lewis of San
.Francisco. 1'aiin of Santa Paula. KHUngsworth
of Vacavllle. Kerrigan of San Francisco.
REVISION AND REFORM OF LAWS.
Houser of Los Angeles (chairman). Knight
of San Francisco, Soward of Downleville, Mc-
Martln of San Francisco. Wright of San Jose,
Waste of Berkeley, Cromwell of Petaluma,
Susman of San Francisco. Dorsey of Bakers
field. Howard of Coluaa. Covert of Hanford. .
RPADS ' AND HIGHWAYS.
Greer 'of Sacramento (chairman), Jobnstcne
of San Dlmas, Ells of Stese. Kelso ot Ingle
wood. Lewis of Riverside, Traber of Fresno.
Olmstead of San Rafael. John of San Luis
ObUpo, Dougherty of San Juan, Duffey of
Ben Lomond. Weger of Ukiah.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
Brown of Colma (chairman), Allen of San
Francisco, Johnson of Sacramento, Snyder ' ot
Nevada City, Mr. Speaker.
STATE HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS.
Cromwell of Petaluma. (chairman), Foster of
Oakland. McLaughlin of .Yuba City. King of
Napa, Prescott of Redlands. Duryea of Llu
coln. Lelnlnger of . Weaverville. \VrUh*nr>f .San
Jose, Moore of Undine. Weger of Ukiau. • Ker
rigan of San Francisco.
'. STATE LIBRARY.
Prescott of Redlands (chairman). Mott of
Oakland, Burgess of El Cajon. Kelso of Ingta
wood, Siskron of San Francisco.
STATE PRISONS' AND REFORMATORY
INSTITUTIONS.
Olmstead of San Rafael (chalrman>. Carter
ot Los Angeles. Brown ot Colma. Walsh of Oak
land, McKenney of lone. Barber of San Fran
cisco. BUss of Oakland, McConnell of Wood
land, Murphy of San Francisco.
SWAMP AND OVERFLOWED LANDS AND
'•<• RIVER IMPROVEMENTS.-
Moore of Undine (chairman), Greer of Sac
ramento, McLaughlln of Yuba City. .Black of
Palo Alto, McMartin of San Francisco. Man
sell'of Nelson. • Lewis of 'San. Francisco, Kllt
lngsworth uf Vacavllle, Howard of Colu?a.
UNIVERSITIES. .
"Waste of ¦ Berkeley -0'halrman). Block -of
Pale Alto, Foster of Oakland. ' Lux of San
Francisco. Houser of Los Angeles. Lumley of
Portervllle, Copus of San Francisco. .
WAYS AND MEANS.
Dunlap of Stockton (chairman), Stansell of
Nelson, Prescott of Redlands, 'Johnson or Sac
ramento, ' Barber of San Francisco. McCart
ney, of Los Angeles, John of San Luis Oblspo,
Walsh of Oakland, Goodrich of Pasadena.
KilllnKS worth of . Vacavllle,/ McConnell of
'Woodland. • -
fleld. Ells of Stege Leinlnger of Weavervllte.
Traber of Fresno "Snyder of Nevada City,
Grotejlend qZ Redding.
, MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. '
McLaughlln of Yuba City (chairman). Allen
of San FTancfsco. Walsh of Oakland. Stanton
of Los Angeles. Higgins of Sacramento, Dun
bar of Santa Rosa, Mahany of San Francisco.
PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS.
Barnes of Pacific Beach (chairman). Pyle of
lands, Greer of Sacramento. Drew of Fresno.
Steadman of Monterev. Snyder of Nevada City,
Finn of San Francigco. . , ; ¦ . . . ,;
MINES AND MINING INTERESTS.
Duryea. of Lincoln (chairman). McKenney of
lone, Soward of Downievllle. Dorsey of Bakers-
Ells of Stege. (chairman). Bolsson of San
Francisco. Susraan of San Francisco. Lux of
San Francisco, Greer of Sacramento, Lumley
of Porteiville, Kerrigan of San Francisco.
MILEAGE. ¦ *^
Bates of Alameda (chairman), Goodrich of
Pasadena. Lux of Kan Francisco. Burgess of El
Cajon, Copua of San Francisco.
MILITARY AFFAIRS.
King of Napa (chairman). Prescott of Red-
MANUFACTURES AND INTERNAL IM
PROVEMENTS.
FEDERAL RELATIONS.
Hahn (chairman). Corlett. Emraons.
FINANCE.
Devlin (chairman), Rowell, Belshaw, Leavitt,
Luchslnger. Selvage, Flint, Wolfe, Oneal,
Muenter, Nelson, Curtln. Sanford.
FISH AND GAME.
Cogglns (chairman). Selvage, Shortridge,
Flint. Ralston, Tyrrell (Nevada). Pendleton,
Bauer. Emmons". : ", '-•_..
FORESTRY AND WATER PRESERVATION.
Wolfe (chairman). Pendleton. Byrnes. Lard
ner. Cogrins, Ralston, Tyrrell (San Francisco),
Dlggs. Plunkett.
FRUIT AND VINE INTERESTS.
Greenwel! (chairman), Onea!, Corlett. Byrnes
Tyrrell (San Francisco). Rowell, Flint, Ralston
Dirss. . '
• HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS.
Muenter (chairman), Pendleton. Rowell, Cor
lett, Shortrldce, Smith, Selvage, Cogglns,
French. Curtln. Sanford.
IRRIGATION. '
Caldwell (chairman). Ward. Rowell, Hub
bell, Bmlth, Greenwel], Tyrrell (Nevada),
DIgg«
JUDICIARY.
Lukens (chairman), Selvaee, Wolfe, Devlin
Shortridge, Oneal, Pendleton. Caldwell, Ward,
Lardner, Muenter, Savage, Hubbell, Bauer,
Tyrrell (Nevada), Hahn, Curtin. Emmons.
LABOR AND CAPITAL.
French (chairman). Luchsing-er. Wolfe
Byrnes, Nelson, Caldwell, Smith, Eanford
Bunken.
LIBRARY.
Shortridge (chairman), ; Knowland. Lukenx,
Woodward, Welch, Nelson, Emmons.
MANUFACTURES AND IMMIGRATION.
Corlett (chairman). Belshaw, Williams Tyr
rell (San Francisco), French, Hahn, Sanford,
Plunkett. Bunkers.
MILITARY AFFAIRS.
Williams (chairman), Tyrrell (Nevada), Sav
age, French, Bunkers.
MINING. '. - -
Ralston (thalrman), Tyrrell (Nevada 1 ), Bel
shaw, ' Lardner, Cogglns, Hubbell, Curtln.
• MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.
Savage (chairman), Tyrrell (Nevada), Dev
lin. Wo!fe, Knowland, Greenwell, Dlrgs.
PRINTING. •
Nelson (chairman), Leavitt, Coggin».
PRISONS AND REFORMATORIES.
Tyrrell (Nevada, chairman); Luchslnser.
Lcnvltt. Muenter. Lardner, Nelson, KnowlanO,
Savage. Ward, Williams, Bauer, Dlggs Bun
kers.
PUBLIC HEALTH AND QUARANTINE.
Cauer (chairman). Lardner Smith Tyrrell
(San Francisco). Knowland. "
PUBLIC MORALS.
Tyrrell (San Francisco, chairman); Leavitt
Oneal, DlRgs. Curtln.
ROADS AND HIGHWAYS. *
Lardner (chairman). Luch»ln)?er. Ralston
Caldwell, Greenwell, Smith, Selvage, Byrnes!
Curtin.
RULES.
Pendleton (chairman), Flint, Oneal Nelson
Emmons. * . •
Finds Peace in the Grave
PAXTA HOSA. Jan. J3.— One of the sad- I
f.cft funeral? which has taken place in I
this rtty in many years was that of Mrs. |
I-. Consoli,- whose dr-ath occurred Mon- |
!ay at the county farm. The husband was I
I'TmittPti to attend the obsequies under j
rsocrt of a deputy sheriff, he hcinR at >
present a prisoner in the county Jail on a I
sentence, of s=ix months for assaulting- j
Justice of the Teaoe R. K. Brown of :
GuerncaUle. Mrs. i'onscli has heen ill for
;t loiij? lime, and when her hushand was
«rro^te«1 Fhr- was removed to the hospital
f«T treatment.

POLITICIANS ARE ALL IN A TREMBLE AND FLURRY,
FEARFUL THAT PARDEE MAY, RELIEVE THEM OF PLUMS
COUNTY GOVERNMENT.
Woodward fchairman). Rowell, Shortrldge
I>vltn, Oneal, Halrton, Knowland. Savaze
.Curtin.
DRAINAGE. SWAMP AND OVERFLOWED
LAND.
Luchsinger (chairman). Devlin, Muenter
Tyrrell (Nevada), Welch. Savage. Ward, San
fcrd. nitg«.
KLE<7riON' AND ELECTION LAWS.
Belahaw (chairman*. Devlin. Selvam?. Row
#;i. l^ukens, XelBon. Hahn. Sanford, Plunkett.
EDUCATION.
Rowell (chairman). Flint. Luken*. Ivavltt/
Ward. Hahn, Coggimi, Woodward, Bauer, Cur
tin. Kanford. -'.*•*
ENGROSSMENT AND ENROLLMENT.
HubbHl (cliairman>. Wp1c!i, Emmons.
EX ECUTI VE COM M L'NICATIONS.
I^eavitt 'chairman), Muentrr. Welch, Hahn
Plunkett. ..-?.;,,..,
CALL. HEADQUARTERS. SAC
RAMBNTO. Jan. 13.— Lieutenant
Governor Anderson announced
the Senate committees this aft
ernoon. They pave satisfaction
to the members. The Lieutenant Govern
or has displayed rare tact and judgment
in making- hts appointments. Before
handing: the list to Secretary Brandon for
rending- Mr. Anderson eald:
"I have endeavored In arranging the
committees to take into consideration the
calling and preferences of the members
and to regulate them as regards political
affiliations and geographical location/ I
have done the best I could and hope they
will in the main' be satisfactory to the
members." The list of committees as read
Is as follows:
AGRICULTURE AND DAIRYING.
Byrnes (chairman). Luchslnger, Flint, Row
ell, Greenwell, Woodward. Diggs.
BANKING.
Knowl&nd 'chairman). Woodward, Hubbell.
Hahn, Plunkett. ¦V.!
CODE REVISION.
Selvage (chairman), Devlin. Oneal. Pendle
tcn, Tyrrell (Nevada). Bauer. Eramons.
COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION.
Welch (chairman). Shortridge, Knowland.
rrench, Williams, Byrnes, Ward, Bunkers,
Plunkett.
COMMISSIONS, RETRENCHMENT AND RE
FORM.
Pmith (chairman), Belshaw. Caldw'ell, Cor
lett, Greenwfll, Lukens, Bunkers.
CONTINGENT EXPENSES AND MILEAGE.
Flint (chairman). Wolfe, Belshaw, Tyrrell
(San Fruclico), Bunkers.
CORPJRATIONS.
Oneal 'chairman). Selvage, Wolfe, Leavitt,
Fhortridge, Pendleton. Muenier, Welch, Hahn,
Flint, Lukens, Curtln, Plunkett.
CONSTITUTIONAL, AMENDMENTS.
Ward (chairman). Caldwell, Hubbell, Bauer.
Woodward, Iimmons. Curtln.
Special Dispatch, to The Call.
Special Dispatch to The Call.
Lieutenant Governor Makes
an End of Brewing T'
Controversy.
Prospect of a Season of Great Activity and Good
Results in Legislation.
Selections Made in Upper House Give Pleasure
to Members' of That Body.
SPEAKER FISK GIVES THE NAMES
OF HIS ASSEMBLY LIEUTENANTS
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ANDERSON
SATISFIES STATE LEGISLATORS
FIGHT IS OVER
ON THE ISSUE
OF IRRIGATION
I LAWMAKERS WHO WERE TO THE FORE WHEN NOMINATIONS FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR WERE IN ORDER AT LEGISLATURE.
beyond the making 1 of a. few
changes in the Journal nothing .wats -done.
At noon when the body returned froin
recess the vote for United States Senator
was taken up. . After the result of th«
balloting had been announced Speaker
Fjsk gave out the list of .Assembly com
mittees chosen by him. Another recess
was then taken until 2:30 p. m. .
At 2:30 o'clock the Assembly reconven
ed and received a message from -the Sen.
ate announcing the vote on United
States Senator. Then the Introduction of
bills was declared In order. Twenty
were on their feet at the same time ask
ing for recognition. The bills were hand
ed up to the Speaker in batches and when
all the titles had been read the total of
bills introduced was announced as 200.
In addition to these there were & baker's
dozen of proposed constitutional amend
ments.
A smile went round the Assembly
chamber when Goodrich of Pasadena In
troduced a resolution to the effect that
on and after January 13 no additional at
taches should be employed and if there
should arise any additional work It should
be performed by the attaches already en
gaged. The resolution provided also that
If any employe should absent himself for
a day without permission of the Speaker
his name should be - dropped from ths
roll. The resolution was referred to the
Committee on Attaches.
An adjournment was taken at 4:15 un
til 10 o'clock to-morrow moraine.
GAUL. HKADQUAE.TBRS. SAC
RAMENTO, Jan. 13.— The morn-
Ing session of the Assembly did
not "open until 10:30 o'clock, and
Special Dispatch to Th« Can.
scene of gayety the night before.
All decorations had been removed and the
Chamber presented a business-like ap
pearance. There was a large number of
visitors present and they manifested a
o«- f p interest in the proceedings. At the
opening- of the Senate Flint introduced a
petition to enact a Sunday law in order
that the working man would have a
Jay's rest and to prohibit the desecration
of the Sabbath by noisy attractions. The
petition was ordered printed in the jour
nal.
Upon resolution offered by Leavitt the
following employes were allowed turns
aggregating from S3 to Si4 for services
rendered the Senate during its organiza
tion:-George Byron. J. S. Logan, C. B.
aiacMullrr. Lcuis H. Hoin. J. E. Atkin
son. John Carew. J. P. Krazer. t». C. Rob
inson, frank Rogers, L. T. Jacobs, J. C.
Carter, J. G. McCali and „. T. Cullen.
Senator Wolfe submitted a report of a
Facial committee appointed two years
e*rt> to look into the matter of having a
i^iate hospital for consumptives. This
was ordered printed in the Journal. Sub-
Bequenlly Senator Wolfe introduced a res
olution to obtain 5250 to pay the expenses
of the committee. This was ordered re
ferred to the Committee on Contingent
Expenses.
At the request of Lukeos the Senate
proceeded to the adoption of Senate bill
rco. l. lie asked. that the section of the
constitution relative to having a bill read
oi> three different days before Us
edoption b© dispensed with la or
der that his special urgency bill
< ou'd bo taken up and passed.
There was no objection, and Luktns sub
mitted a bin to have the sum of S50.000
transferred from th« general fund to the
State printing fund to defray the ex
penses of legislative, pritlng for the thir
ty-fifth session, and directing the State
Comptroller to make such transfer. The
fciil was read threa times and adopted.
A recess was tak*n until 11:55 and when
the Eenale reconvened the election of a
United States Senator was proceeded
with. A telegram from Senator Rowell
«as read at this Juncture. It stated that
the. latter was detained at Lathrop by a
broken engine and would not be able to
attend. He regretted he could not cast
his vote- for Senator Perkins. Upon mo
t-en of Hubbell the telegram was ordered
printed In the journal.
Senator Belshaw presented the follow
ing resolution and asked that It be taken
up and disposed of to-morrow morning:
¦SVhereae. A bill Introduced In the first ee»
*i<~ri of the Fifty-seventh Congress, known as
tlouxa resolution 14,898. entitled "An act re
isiing: to Jurisdiction of appeals. In the Court
of Arr«al« of the District of Columbia, and
tr»ns<-ript» r>n appeal In said court, and to quiet
tltl»> to public landp," did on the 17th day or
Jujie. l'.»02. pass the House of nepresenstative*
«n<! m referred to the Judiciary Committee I
of the Srnatf; nniJ
IVbereas,' Such m. bill. In our judgment. If
*nact«»d Into law. would become a. menace to
ihf mineral Industry of our Htate, particularly
t<> th" petrolrum mining Industry; now there
fore be It
I>f-olv«l, By the genate and Assembly of
the siaie "f Csllfomla. Jointly, that our Con
trumili u be requested and our Senators ln
*truitetri to uw all honorable means to prevent
Lbc paj^ajre of raid bill:
Resolved. That the Secretary ot the Senate
\» mxti he is hereby Instructetd to transmit a
»» of this resolution by teletrraph to our
*-• natoiF and R<r>resentatlv«s in Congress.
Tli* resolution will be taken up in the
morning. At the afternoon session Lieu
tctULnt Governor Anderson gave out his
committees and an adjournment was
taken until 11 o'clock to-morrow morning.
CALL HEADQUARTERS. SAC
RAMENTO. Jan. 13.— The Sen
ate Chamber showed few signs
this morning of having been the
facial Dispatch to Th« Call.
Resolution Is Presented
Relating to Mineral
Industry.
Goodrich Begins the War
on the :-' Hardworking
Attaches.
Statesmen Forget Fes
tivity and Ponder Over
Prosaic Law.
Vast Variety of Measures
to Engage Legisla
tive Brains.
LOWER HOUSE
PLUNGES INTO
THE BUSINESS
SENATE BEGINS
SERIOUS WORK
WITH ALACRITY
THE SAN FB ANC1SCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, ' 1903.
COMMITTEES OF SENATE AND ASSEMBLY ARE NAMED AND PREPARE FOR THEIR WORK
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