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X ot \c& v ;\>t^ .r 1 •."■3K5--..V.. Volume 8 —No. 48 GLENDIVE. MONTANA. THURSDAY. JAN. 16. 1913 OUR AIM: TO TUBLISH A NEWSPAPER. Eight Pages COMMITTEE« IN SENATE AND HOUSE Legislature Apportions the Members for »Session. Witli the appointment of com mittees in the house by Speaker MacDonald and their selection by the committee on committees in the senate, each branch of the leg islative assembly is now ready to do business. There are a number of hills ready for reference to committees and now that they are named the flood of bills may be expected to begin in earnest. It was reported before tne ses sion convened this afternoon that an effort would be made to res cind the action taken last week in electing R. F. Rose official sten ographer of the house. Whether those who object to the employ ment will go so far as they threat ened was a question much asked in the lobbies. The following is the make up of the committees of the house. Committees of the House. Agriculture Fishbaugh, Clark, McClung, King, Holt, Chrismas, Phillips, Mains, Poulsson, Rowe, McRae, Crull, Conner. Affairs of Cities—Norton, Smith, Kiley, Johnson, Kuphal, Fisher, Camp, Crull, Eliel, Crippen. Apportionment and..' Representa tion- Clark. Greyhead. Kiley, Kirschwing, Murphy, Phillips, Dog* gett, Cookingham, Blair, of Ravalli; Annin. Appropriations—McNally, Gould, Smith. Sickler, O'Neill, Huddleston, Clark, King, Burns, Blake, Eliel, Higgins, Harmon, Carnal, Collins. Banks and Banking—Largey, King, Jewell, Sullivan, Walker, Sickler, Brower, Hough, Annin, Cramer, Davidson. Corporations other than Munici pal—Rhoades, Spogen, Ezekiels, Johnson, Hustead, Sullivan. Bnrns, Blake, Prower, Tighe, Poulsson. Conservation of Resources— Kelly, Chrismas, Graybeal. Kiley, Kirsch wing, McNally, Meadors, Blair of Powell, Blair of Ravalli, Annin. Dairying—Gould, Lovelace, Phil lips, Sickler, Kuphal, Doggett, Clay, Pope, Henley. ! I Development and Publicity—Mur phy, Holt, King. Kiley, Phillips, Collins, Annin, Doggett, Conner. Education—Phillips, O'Neil, Day, Gleason, Drinkard, Higgins Eliel, Glenn, Tighe, Harmon, Blair, of Ravalli, Mayfield. Engrossment—Jewell, Cutts, Kil ey, McClung, Murray, Crippen, Henley, Mair.s, Meadors. Enrollment—Kuphal, Gleason, Huddleston, Jahreis, Prescott, Mains, Harmon, Davis, Cramer. Fair and Exposition—Fisher, Spo gen, Huddleston, Cutts, Day, Work ing, Hough, Cramer, Henley. Federal Relations—Huddleston, Durkin. Fisher. Gleason, Jahreiss, Blair of Powell, Hough, Cramer, Kemmis. Fish and Game—Ezekiels, Carroll, Durkin, Hustead, Johnson, Higgins, Nye, Davidson, Mayfield. Highways—Drinkard, Rhoades, Holt, McMahon, McClung, Fish baugh, Largey, Burns, Carroll, Mainz, Ellingson, Davidson, -Kem mis, Conner. Horticulture—Chrismas, Rhoades, Drinkard, Walker, Prescott, Blair of Ravalli, Kemmis, Pope, Meadors. House Employes—Prescott, Rhoad es, Camp. Internal Improvements—Sullivan, Burnett, Drinkard, Durkin, Fish baugh, Blair of Powell, Doggett, Cookingham, Jordan of Dawson. Insurance— Kirsch wing, Day, Cutts, Fisher, Kelly, Camp, Annin Jordan of Dawson, Doggett. Improvements and Manufactur ing—Spogen, Lemon, Lovelace, Prescott, Cookingham, Mains, Working. Irrigation and Water Rights— Word, Chrismas, Sullivan, Ezekiels, Sweet, Tighe, Blake, Pope. Journal—King, Murray, McMahon Walker, McNally, Davidson, Jor dan of Dawson, and Ellingson. ! Judiciary—Walker, Rhoades, Jew ell, Norton, Higgins, Stewart, I Working, Day, Crull. Carnal, Glenn, Collins, Crippen, Eliel, Kemmis. Labor—Cutts, Gould, Kelly, Mur phy, Smith, Lemon, Burns, Carroll, Blake, Clay, Harmon, Coilins, May field. Libraries—Smith, Fishbaugh, Norton, McMahon, Sickler, Nye, Poulsson. Davidson, Jordan of Fiat head. Livestock and Public Rangea Sickler, Burnett. O'Neill, McClung Huddleston, Burns, Rowe. Tighe, Hough, Cramer, Collins, McRae. Military Affairs—McClung, Mc Mahon, Smith, Walker, Davidson. Jordan of Flathead, Meadors, Nye. Mines and Mining—McMahon, Spogen, Lemon, Murphy, Hustead, Carroll, Jewell, Largey, Blair of Powell, Ellingson, Jordan of Fiat head, Tighe, Working. Mileage and Per Diem—O'Neill Chrismas, Clark Durkin, Fisher, Brower, Glenn, Jordan of Flathead, Conner. New Counties and Division—Holt, Hustead, Spogen, Kelly, McNally, Gleason, Clay, Crull, Glenn, Brower Kemmis. Privileges and Elections- Lemon, Jahreiss, Word, Murray, Graybeal, Holt, Eliel, Higgins, Blair of Pow ell, Mayfield, Pope. Printing—Burnett, Jahreiss. Dur kin, Fishbaugh, Word, Nye, Elling son, Jordan of Dawson, McRae. Rules. Joint Rules and Order of Business—Hustead, Stewart, Blake, Pope. Railroads and Transportation— Lovelace, Graybeal, Gould, Gleason, Kelly, Lemon, Rhoades, Prescott, Blair of Ravalli, Rowe, Mayfield, Glenn, Cookingham, Camp. State Institutions, Public Build ings and Grounds—Graybeal, Word, Sullivan, McNally, Spogen, Gleason, Kirschwing, Gould, Jewell, Higgins, Eliel, Conner, Carnal, Henley. Sanitary Affairs—Sweet, Clark. Murphy, Graybeal, Clay, Kuphal, Largey, Blake, Camp, Davis, Mc Rae, Pope* State Boards and Officers—Burns, Burnett, Carroll, Jahreiss, Word. Kiley, Davidson, Jordan of FlatJ head, Poulsson, Working. State Lands—Johnson, McNally, Murray, O'Neill, Lovelace, Prescott, Carnal, Harmon, Davis, Nyfc, Rowe. Townships and Counties—Carroll, Kuphal, Largey, Cutts, Sweet, Durkin, Hough, Crull, Rowe, Crip pen, Cookingham. Waterways and Navigation—Mur ray, Norton, Drinkard, Ezekiels, Holt, Carnal, Henley, Meadors, Poulsson. Ways and Means—Day, Kirsch wing, Burnett, Johnson, Lovelace, Norton, Stewart, Sweet,, Clay, Blake. Ellingson. Brower, Crippen, McRae, Jordan of Dawson. COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE The committee on committees of the senate reported the following as the members of the standing com mittees of that body: Agriculture and Manufactures George, Asbridge, Darroch, Wil liams, Grande. Mileage—Cato, O'Shea, Stevens. Corporations other than Munici pal—Stout, Cato, Miner, Leary, Burlingame, Larson, Edwards. Counties, Towns and »Municipal Corporations — Muffly, Dearborn, George, Minor, Donlan. Leighton, Survant. Education — Dearborn, Stout, Duncan, Selway, Leighton. Engrossed Bills—Larson, Leary, Cato. Enrolled Bills—Grande, Minor, McKenzie. Federal Relations—Taylor, Chris topher, Stout, Duncan, Groff. Finance and Claims—Whiteside, Byrnes, Groff, O'Shea, Selway, Stevens, Christopher. Judiciary — Duncan. Gallwey, Whiteside, Stout, Edwards, Bur lingame, Williams. Military Affairs—Boardman, Sur vant. Dearborn. Mines and Mining — Gallwey, Byrnes, Muffly, Donlan, Leighton. Public Buildings—Byrnes, y Ab bott. Whiteside, Leary, Christopher, Brownlee, Survant. Public Lands—Burlingame, As bridge, Cato, Muffly, Larson. Public Morals—Leighton, Frown lee, Whiteside. Printing — Christopher, Stout, George. Roads. Highways and Bridges— Abbott, O'Shea, Darroch, George, Larson, Edwards, Taylor. Libraries — McKenzie, Duncan. Leighton. Irrigation and Water Rights— Darroch, Asbridge. Abbott, Groff, Muffly, Williams, Grande, Larson, Taylor. Fish and Game— Leary, Byrnes, Minor, Darroch, Brownlee. Grande, Boardman. Election and Privileges—Stevens, Leary, Duncan, Muffly, Selway. Labor and Capital—O'Shea, Gall wey, Byrnes, Edwards, McKenzie. Stock Growing and Grazing—As bridge, Cato, Darroch, Byrnes, Dearborn, Selway, Stevens, Brown lee, Boardman. Immigration—Brownlee, Burling ame, Grande, Asbridge, Leary. Apportionment and Représenta tion—Selway, Gallwey, Muffly. Dearborn, Ed wards. Fairs and Expositions—Minor, Dearborn, Whiteside, Donlan, Tay lor. Railroads and Transportation Edwards, Abbott. Gallwey, Muffly, Stout. Minor, McKenzie, Stevens. Boardman. Rules—Donlan, Gallwey, Duncan. Horticulture—Groff, Whiteside, Donlan. George, Christopher. Insurance—Williams, Burlingame, Groff, Abbott, O'Shea. Dairies and Dairying—Survant, Abbott, O'Shea, George, McKenzie. —Montana Daily Record. Executive Committee Named By Woolmen Cheyenne, Wyo. Jan. 10. -Pending the arrival of delayed delegates and to allow time to the resolutions committee, the second day's session of the National Woolgrowers' asso ciation, now in convention here was given over today to election eering for votes for office and for the next convention city, the ap pointment of the executive com mittee and the hearing of tech nical papers. . A resolution opposing a tariff re duction to less than 18 cents a pound on scoured wool was adopted. The executive committee was ap pointed as follows: Oregon—George McKnight. Idaho—Nathan Ricks. Wyoming—Patrick Sullivan. Washington— F. F. Rothrock. California— F. N. Ellenwood. Arizona—M. L. Powers. Montana—Charles Williams. Utah—William Moss. New Mexico— H. C. Abbott. Former Governor Frank R. Good ing of Idaho is opposed for re-elec tion- by Vice-President A. J. Knollin of Chicago and Frank R. Hagenbarth of Salt Lake. S. W. McClure of Gooding Ida., is can didate to succeed himself as sec retary. A letter of regret that he was unable to attend the convention because of his political campaign Walsh Receives Every Vote Cast By Both Bodies United States Senator Given Overwhelming Proof of His Popularity at State Capital the Present Week was received from President Good ing who recommended the estab lishment of permanent headquart ers in some large city. Boise, Salt Lake and Prescott, Ariz., delegates campaigned for their respective cities as hosts of the next convention. The senti ment for Salt Lake was strong tonight. Technical papers were read by D. 0. Lively, chief of the live stock department of the Panama Pacific exposition, on sheep; Assis tant Forester A. P. Potter of Washington, D. C., urged co-op eration in range management; President J. H. Dobbins of the Oregon Woolgrowers' association, opposing state control of forest reserves; Dr. H. E. Knowles, state veterinarian, Helena, Mont., outlin ,ng a plan for the extermination of predatory animals by inocula tion with septic or dog mange; Prof. G. E. Morgan of the Colo rado agricultural college, treated sheep feeding, and Dr. C. A. Dun iway, president of the University of Wyoming, relation to experi ments in breeding. The Wyoming Woolgrowers' asso ciation today adopted a resolution against the proposed pardoning of George Saban and M. A. Alexan der, members of the Tensleeper raiding party, convicted of the mur der of three members of the asso-, j ciation. They elected as officers: President, Patrick Sullivan, chair man of the republican state cen tral committee; vice-president, Jos eph C. Kinney of Cokeville. The two, with the executive committee, are to select a successor to George S. Walker, secretary, resigned. New Hotel For Terry Assured Terry is soon to have a first class hotel, modern in every way. J. W. Drummond and S. E. Joubert re turned yesterday from Miles City where they employed an architect to draw plans for a 30-room brick hotel, and work wiil begin upon the structure as soon as the frost is out of the ground sufficiently to allow excavation. The building wiil be 60x90 feet, two stories high, and built in such a waj that another story can be added when needed. The first floor will be occupied as an office, dining room and kitchen and buffet and billiard hall. The upper floor will be divided into sleeping apartments arranged according to the most modern plans. The building throughout will be furnished with hot and cold water. In speaking of the building Mr. Drummond said: "You can just say that we are going to build a hotel, arid one that will be a cred it to Terry. We realize that we need a good hotel, and believe that such a building here would be a paying investment. It will be modern in every respect. While it may not be as large as the hotels in Miles and Glendive, it will be their equal in all ether respects. As soon as we get. the plans and the weather permits we will begin work, and the building will be completed as soon as possible."— Terry Tribune. ARCHBALD I« FOUND GUILTY Evidence Shows Used Office for Personal Gain. Washington, Jan. 13.—"Guilty" on five of the thirteen impeachment articles against him was the ver dict of the senate today in the case of Judge Robert W. Archbald of the commerce court, charged with misuse of his power as judge to his personal gain. The judge was convicted on the first, third, fourth, fifth, and thirteenth charges and acquitted on the second, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, elev enth, and twelfth. This removes him from office. The senate in executive session decided to impose on Judge Arch bald the full penalty of removal from office and disbarment from j ever again holding a position of honor or profit to the United States. On the first charge, the senate voted sixty eight to five for convic tion of high crimes and misdemean ors. Verdict Insured Removal. Although the verdict insured j U( jg e Archbald's removal from the bench and service of the United States courts, the senate then pro ceeded to vote on the other twelve counts of the articles of impeach ment, which charged various other acts where Archbald had improo to erly used his influence as a judge. ! At this trial the accused judge ! Loans On Real Estate For Year $23,770,031 Helena, Jan. 10.—According to a compilation contained in the forth coming report of the bureau of agriculture, labor and industry, the monev loaned on Montana real estate for the fiscal year ending June 30,1911, amounted to $23,770, 031. The amount loaned during the same period on chattel mort gages was $22,187,389. 'Nearly $9,000,000 was paid in on on lands during the same period. Notices of bills have been giv en in the house already provid ing for the loaning of public moneys on farm mortgages. Norris Is Endorsed For Cabinet Position Helena, Jan. 7.—By a rising vote and unanimously the Thirteenth legis lative assembly in joint session this noon endorsed the candidacy of former Gov. Edwin L. Norris for secretâry of the interior. A resolution of endorse ment was presented immediately after the assembly convened in joint session to hear the governor's message. Sen ator Edwards, chairman of the Repub lican state committee, moved its adoption, Eliel of Beaverhead "heart ily " seconded it. The resolution says : loans admitted practically all the facts of every accusation brought against him, but protested in defense that none of them was wrongful or corrupt nor could he have been convicted in any court of law for them. The conviction upon the first count came with an unexpected majority against Judge Archbald, but two thirds being necessary for a conviction. As the roll call pro ceeded sixty eight senators rose slowiy in their places and pro nounced the word "guilty" in low tones. As the vote on the first article was announced, Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia moved that the senate go into executive session. He said that he believed a vote on the other counts might be dispensed with or abridged by secret delib eration. Senator Culberson and Senator Poindexter objected that the senate could not vote on the articles in executive session. After some discussion Senator Smith withdrew his motion and the clerk proceeded to read the second article. Senator Bacon, who had presided throughout the impeachment pro ceedings asked to be excused from voting. "Whereas, During the past five years the state of Montana has had the good fortune to have as chief exec utive, the Hon. Edwin L. Norris, and "Whereas, The people of Montana recognize the great ability and high character of the said Hon. Edwin L. Norris, and regret the fact that he has withdrawn from public office, and "Whereas, The conservation and de velopment of the resources of the west is one of the great problems fac ing the incoming administration of the nat ' ona l government, and recognizing the fact that Governor Norris has been one the foremost students and practic al workers in all matters pertaining to the welfare and development of the country, and desiring to secure to the whole people the valuable service of Hon. Edwin L. Norris; now, there fore, be it # "Resolved, That a copy of this res olution, bearing the official seal of the state, and the signatures of the presid ing officers be transmitted to tne Hon. Woodrow Wilson." White House Dinner Washington, Jan. 11. —Mrs. Ben jamin Harrison, widow of the former president has arrived here from her home in Irdianapolis and will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Parker, widow of Commander Parker, U. S. N. She and Mrs. Gro ver Cleveland and the latter's fiance. Prof. Thomas J. Preston of Wells college, will be guests at a dinner given in the White House by the pr. si '• it a d Mrs. Taft.