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SESSION CLOSES ON MARCH 14TH , t I Rules Committees to Have Charge of Bills Before General Assembly of tho head and not tho heart. I Upon motion. Speaker Duffy ap 'WIT I TAMC IQ niTQTETl pointed n committee to present nrttc'os nlLLlilflO Id UDolLlJ f impeachment to the Senate. If tho Impeachment Is upheld. Judge Wll- llama will be removed from ofllcc, j , . . ., ' ind tho Senate may bar him from House Impeachment Proceedings Pass- hMinR my offlc(j Q hmQT lmt or ed Despite Fight of Meyers Tax prorIt undcr tho Commonwealth. In Revenue Dill Is Presented. iddltlon, Judgo Williams will bo liable Frankfort, Ky. (Special) Govern' , or Stanley and his administration backers will tiso every effort to havo passed, during the closing dnys of tho , Legislature, thoso bills promised In the Democratic platform. I And. It Is enrtnln that tlmsfi will bo ' plvcn preference with tho Rules Com tnlttco of both Houses In charge of thoso to bo voted upon. Tho Rules Commlttoo of the Sen- o hnvo tnt-nn rl.nrro nml will rnn. I ..,,., ., . , .. fl nil 1.111a tr hn nnneMfllflil lit 41m Senate until tho close ot the session, ..t.tnl. In 1, rrt.nn,1n. UTaaI. 11 . ..... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 IUUI I1IIU1 tfllll UllUliHUiO which Is to bo Tuesday, March 14. ,ey t0 tako tIl0 anti-screen bill from ox,JCOtc,, ns n raslllt of ,u PKOta. This commlttco will determine the , the orders of tho day and put on ' tiona now in progress In this city, nc order in which tho measures aro to be passage was defeated 4G to II. I cor,jnft to jiayes, who is one of tho taken up and considered. Lieutenant! j minors' representatives In tho con- Governor James D. Bind Is the ex- officio Chairman and the members who were appointed by him aro Senators W, W. Boolcs, Thomas A. Combs, John F. Ford, W. A. Frost, Sclden R. Glenn, I H. J. Overstreet, Samuel L. Robertson' and G. G. Speer. They aro all Demo- crats and tho majority of them are friendly to the administration in all things. During tho last ten days of tho ses sion, the Rules Committee of the iHouso will have charce of all bills "'Yto be considered by the House. This committee Is composed of Speaker H.I C. Duffy, and Representatives Glover H. Cary, R. T, Crowe, W. E. Dowling, ,-.,,, r. ' wniio, nff r-,oi- n Odio Duncan, William Duffy, Frank C. Greene, R. B. Hutchcraft. Jr., C. W. Mathers, Harry J. Meyers, S. M. u unen, ueorge u. ricKeii, a.; Price and Joseph D. Puniphrey. This' comminee a so co m n goomy ma- ... . . - sentatlves by n vote ot 72 to G. , . , 3 t 1 The Court of Appeals recently do Bills that have passed both Houses c,ded SuporlntBndont of i.llbnc i. follow: struction V. O. Gilbert did not have Senate Bill No. 17, tho Strlcklett- Pickett anti-pass law, which was an- proved by tho Governor February 10. Senate BUI 103, the Knight bill to provide for tho employment of State inspector ana examiner isai u. &ew- ell's ofllce force, House Bill 22, the Hobbs bill to per- It cities of tho second class to ac at quire and maintain law libraries. House BUI No. 2, the Vance corrupt practices act. House Bill No. 49. the Ryan act, creating the ofllco of matron of the Louisville police court. Senator Rogers' bill No. Ill amend- ing the adoption of school textbooks hiw'. Houso Bill No. 75 by Representa- tlve Asa B. Pieratt, changing the times for holding circuit court in the Twenty first Judicial district. Representatives of tho farmers are Insisting upon tho enacting of a purej seed law, while Louisville seedmen appear to be opposing It with equal vigor. I Tho first general measure looking to reform Kentucky's revenue laws was introduced in tho House by Repre- "Well, that's why I failed to get re sentatlvo Hutchcraft of Paris, has the sponses to so many of my lettors,' eupport of the administration. I exclaimed a lad who had been dofeated It provides that all taxpayers must for a pageship upon reading in nows swear to property lists before the papers n statement attributed to Rep Assessor or one ot his deputies. A rescntatlve John T. Murphy, of Lud ponalty Is Imposed on tho Assessoi low, to the effect that he had "found who accepts a list not sworn to. men In the lower houso at Frankfort Tho measure provides for the ex who cannot read or write." aminatlon of candidates for the olllce . ... of Assessor by two or more members of tho State Board of Equalization and Assessment and unless the can didato passes such an examination his name cannot go on tho ballot foi election. Tho County Board ot Supervisors will meet after tho Assessor's work and certify to tho Stato Board. The County Board aro given greater powers to investigate tho ownershli of property. Tho expenso in connection with the Stato Board Is Increased from $0,00C to $15,000 under this bill. Tho back ers of tho bill are confident that the added revenue will Justify this In crease In administrative expenses. J. E. Williams, tho Republican County Judgo of McCrenry County, was Impeached by tho House of high crimes and misdemeanors, by a vote ot 43 to 45. democratic floor leader, Harrj Meyers of Covington, made a most Ejflhint fight In his ondeavor to save Njlidgo Williams from Impeachment. 'no protosted vigorously nnd ploaded for a square deal. He insisted that Uie Democratic party In Kentucky la "too big, too great, too generous tfl play that kind of politics." "Tho worst thing ho has been charged with," said Meyers, "Is thai ho V't six Democrats la Jail for si) jours. I confess I have boon Riillty jf worso things than that. I havo lelpcd to put 43 Republicans In Jail ind to Itcep them until tho election vns over, and It It had been nccos- jnry, I was ready to put 53 nepubll- :ans In Jail to help Governor Stanley." Mors Ui impeachment jommiiico 10 snow any corrupt mo . live In an7 Irregularity charged to ' judgo Williams. Ho declared a Conn j :y Judge could not bo perfect, and :hat tho alleged Irregularities lmput ;d to Judge Williams were mistakes to Indictment and punishment My tno i regular courts. ' Tho Semi-monthly pay bill, Intro- iuceii uy Henrcsontatlvo John T. tho Murphy, of Covington, passed llouR0 by a vote of 57 to 32. Representative Greene protested igalnst having bills taken out of their regular order and placed ahead of his inti-screcn bill. The House supported Representative Murphy and tho bill ivas reported and passed. Representative Murphy In his speech 3tipportlllg tllO bill declared that 18,- IDOO or 20,000 laboring men aio united ' i In favor ot tlio measure The motion of Rcnrcsentativo Las- 111 u Jieirusuiiwiivu i en y , oi i.omsviue, prescrioing mo manner 'L'fATtZ" ,! 'A. 3on County to constitute tho Fiscal Court, passed tho House unanimously. Tne House resolution, directing tho ' 1W1U iUlUlJU UUl Ul UUSlIlCaO UJ dry legislation their portion of tho unearned Hcenso paid the state, passed Hin Qnnnfn fin in O Tlio rpQnlllllnn ,vD nii !mm nn r,irc nf ti.o rf.iv l.v Renntnr Ronles nf Snennrr I County. I 1 I "nfr.Tf- VL .... . . , " '0" " a of the bill stat0 "rfy.ns V.. nPn g t ' appropriating $20,000 a year for font i 1 tho Kcnttickv Illiteracy Com- Uln ""turacy Com ' Providing for clerks and stenograp- i i r . f i.i. .! 1U LllU IJUliai LI1IU11L UL rll II Uil 11U1I. ,vc myopIn or nearsightedness, authority to employ any of the clerks and stenographers In his olllce, and state Auditor Greene refused to Issue1 warrants for the salaries of thoso whoj had been employed by Gilbert. . .., 411 np;n vnnr ,svi,n arrived from St. John's bv tho nrovlded for the enrnlovlnc of ten assistants which Includes five clerks and flvo stenographers. Representative Minor of Boyle Coun ty, succeeded in having passed his joint resolution requesting Kentucky's representatives In .Congress to vote against a proposed amendment to the Federal reserve act undertaking to extend tho authority of national hank: so t,0. may establish and operate branch Institutions. Ho explained 6uch an amendment is unfair to state banks. The resolution was adopted by a vivo voco voto. Tho Senate passed the bill of Sen ator Robertson of Louisville, to per mit non-resident children to appear in stage performances by a vote of 26 to 1. Tho Senate passed tho Knight- Meyers workmen's compensation bill 31 . to 2. Senators Sanders and Speer cast tho dissenting votes. A call for a Progressive Stato Con ventlon, to be held in Louisville April 29, has been Issued by the State Executive Committee District mass meetings wore called for April 22 tc be held In the following cities, each representing a district In tho order they aro named: Princeton, Hondor son, Howling Green, Ellzabothtown, Louisville, Covington, Loxlngton, Lan caster, Maysvlllo, Plkovllle and Lon don. In Investigating tho accounts ol various county olllccrs on fllo at the Stato Houso, assistants In tho Attorney-General's olllco havo uncovered a now form of graft. It is slmplo. A man Is employed by the sheriff at ?3 a day to go after a prisoner. Ho it gono ton days. That would Indicate that his pay would bo $30. But In a bill sont in to tho state for payment tho pay asked for was figured like this: Ten days of 24 hours mako 24C hours; a working day Is eight hours; 240 hours dlvidal by eight hours makes ?0 days; at 3 a day it would be $90. Sheriff's profit $60. c-:.oooo-:.oooo-l-ooo-l-o P t r A r 1 1 r n ptiifnuumenc 0 !?. Observnllons of tho United States 9 weather bureaus tnken at 8 p, ra.o r . . ... v ojcsieruay ioiiows: o Temp. t Weather. Now York.,, Iloston Indlnnnpnllst . Chi nno Denver 21 Cloudy. .. IS. 23 21 20 Clear. ?. Cloudy. 6 Clear. I't. cloudy. Clear. .9. Cloudy. " Cloudy, t Clear. Cloudy. S Louis 2S Omalin IS New Orleans. ... 52 Wnsli'n-Ion. ... 28 San Frnnrlsro. . 52 Forecast Cloudy. .;.o-;.o-;.o.:-0':-o-;.o-:-o-:.o:-o-;.o-!-o.i'C-i-o MINERS SEEK FOUR-HOUR DAY Amicable Settlement Between Op erators and Men Is Expected. New York, Fob. 2S. Tho United Mine Workers of America have set out to obtain a four-hour day for all minors In tho country. Frank Hnycs, vlrc-preflldent of tho union, nnd tho man who organized nnd mannged the Colorado coal strike, made nn assertion to that effect be fore the Labor Forum here. The Idea was roundly cheered. Rut Hnycs said that when tho min ing Industry Is 100 per cent organized, something like n four-hour day can easily lie obtained. Ho has estimated that If all of the miners worked so many hours, six day In ovcry week, cuoimh coal to supply tho country would be mined. All nliilpnhle nnMlnmonf linlwnnil Mm ,.u. ...i i ....... ference. GIVES CAUSE OF BLINDNESS Penn. Medical Commission Says Be ware of Cheap Perfumes. Philadelphia, Feb. 2S. Ileware ot certain cheap perfumes they may cause blindness. Tills is one of the warnings issued by the commission on conservation of vision, recently appointed by tho Pennsylvania Medical association Similar warnlnas are Issued against cheap whiskey, and the commission Is c ii frro r i ti inn linen ni criTTi 1111 isiir treatment of the eyes of all babies im- mediately after birth. The chean nerfumes which are dan- ule cllcap periumis wiuiu ure u.ui Kerous are those which contain wood commlssIon Fumcg of these preparations cause conges- tion of the blood vessels of the eyc- lmlln PnnMniipil use results In nro- - - - --- - and eventually may lead to total blind ness. NEW FOUNDLAND GOES DRY Law Will Be Rigidly Enforced In 1917, Says Colonial Secretary. New York, Feb. 28. J. R. Dennett, colonial secretary of Now Foundland, steamship Stenehano, said that, in anticipation of a protracted spell of prohibition, tho drinking folk of New Foundland were laying in a big sup ply of drinkables. The colony has voted that It shall be not only dry, that but no one shall bring into it any alcoholic drinks. The colonial secretary said he had no doubt that the law would bo rigid ly enforced In 1917. As president of a urewing company .Mr. ucunuu u mitted that ho would be hard hit, but ho nnd all the stockholders of all breweries and distilleries were willing to abido by tho decision ot tho ma jority of tho people. Auto Hits Car; Two Dead. Milwaukee. Wis., Feb. 2S. Two were killed and three probably fatally hurt, and two others less seriously In jured when an auto driven by Dr. E. L. Eisen. n -well-known dentist, was struck by a street car In tho enst sldo district. The dead: Dr. Elscn, Hans Strolder, age eighteen. The injured: ElIzalKJth Eisen, olght, skull frac tured; Edwin Eisen, six, skull frac tured; Mrs. Eisen, concussion of brain. MARKET QUOTATIONS Indianapolis, Feb. 23. Cattle Steers. $5.5008.90; heifers, WJZ; bulls, $4.75(0.75. Hogs Rest heavies, $8.758.90; light, $007; bulk of sales, $S.80. Sheep Good to cholco, $0.75 7.50; common to medium, $1(!JG.50; lambs. $0010.23. Chicago, Feb. 28. Hogs nulk, $S.458.70; light. $8.05 0S.O5; mixed, $8.3008.75; heavy $8.25 0S.75; roimh, $8.250S.IO; pigs. $G.S0 07.S5. Cattle Natlvo beef steers, $0.8509.50; stockors and feeders, 15.0507.70; cows nnd heifers, $3,250 3.25; cnlvos, $S.5011.25. Sheop Firm; lambs, $9.25011.35. Cincinnati, Fob. 28. I loss Packers and butchers, $8.50 08.80: common to cholco, $5.5008.15; pigs and lights. $5.5008.25. Cattle 3teady. Sheep Steady. St. I.oulB, Feb. 2S. Hogs Pigs and lights, $G0S.5O; mixed nnd butchers. $8.3508.70; good ieavy, $8.GO0S.7O. Cattlo Steady. Sheep Steady. Buffalo, Fob. 28. Cattlo Actlvo. Veals Active. $44? 12.75. Hogs Heavy and mixed, $9.10 C9.15; Yorkers, $8.5009.10; pigs, 88.25; roughs, $7.8508; stags, $5 fJG. Sheep und lambs, actlvo; lambs, (8011.85. Toledo, Feb. 28. 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