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TWICE -A- WEEK SA TURD A Y EDITION TERFMSE MEWSRECORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 78. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, ORB., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1911. CITY OFFICIAIi PAPER. EN BOOSTING Hill cation of extending ' the recall to judges," said Senator Gates today. "When the decision was announced it stiffened the backs of the progres sives and no argument will now in duce us to withdraw the clause relat ing to the recall of judges from the bill." A great number of lawmakers echo his expression as Ruef once confess ed and it Is notorious that he was irulltv of passing bribes In San Fran cisco. . . Three Hundred Enthusiasts From Portland Invade Cap ital City. NEW ORGANIZATION SUBJECT OP DISCUSSION Washington, D. C. Jan. 24. Wheth er the national progressive republican league, formed yesterday, was organ ized to fight Tatt or means a third party in 1912, Is much discussed to day. ' Leaders of the movement say neither is the case. Sen. Bristow of Kansas, said: "It is' designed merely to further progres sive principles of legislation. We be l'eved the - country's welfare requires House in Favor of Bettor Highways responsibility' to be placed more di rectly on me people. Senator Dixon of ' Montana, Bays JUDGE WEBSTER EXPLAINS ' BILLS TO SENATORS . Senate Goes Into Committee of Whole ' to near Merits of Measures Ex pounded All Members of ; Upper But Many Oppose Methods ' Pro posed. - Salem Ore., Jan. ' 24. Three hun dred good roads boosters from Port land and surrounding towns struck the capital today, advocating good "The object of the league is to get closer to popular government, that's all.' Congressman Norrls pf ' Nebraska, said: . "If the people want Taft in 1912, the league's organization' will roads throughout the state. Senator I help him, Jf not It will Injure him." Miller of Linn county moved that the senate resolve Itself in to a commit tee of -the whole to hear the expla nation of the good ' roads bills by Judsre Webster of the delegation. A Bristow continued: "When office holders are held directly to account by the people they will legislate In the Interests of the people, "and that's the reason we are undertaking to bring number are opposing the bills though I about the enactment of the; kind of all are united as favoring good roads. I laws." May Investigate Asylum. Salem, Ore., Jan. 24. Little was . done by both houses' of .the legisla ture" this forenoon, beyond the pass age of a few bills of little general im portance. Senator Dimlck Introduc ed a new resolution for the investiga tion of the affairs of the state Insane asylum and It went to the commit- Washlngton, Jan. 24. "A distinc tion must be, drawn between this and a new party said Norrf3. This is es sentially an oiganlzation of republi cans. - Its platform does not refer to and concrete proposition for legisla tion but is confined to methods of ap plying all legislation. The organiza tions' purpose is to give the people an opportunity of accepting or i ejecting tan tl'Ren's house bill providing for such propositions." the assessment of all waters separate from the value of dams, ditches, etc., I AFFIDAVIT LAW TERMED MENACE SOCIALISTS PHILLIPS DIES ARE HANGED FROM INJURIES TUESDAY WILL SETTLE EXPOSITION SQUABBLE Washington, Jan. 25. After a sharp fight the house rules commit tee today decided to report the rule setting Tuesday for a vote on the lo cation of the Panama exposition. Congressman Kahn, of California, and Chairman Rodenberg of Illinois, lead ers of the opposing factions, became personal in their argument The de cision in effect was a compromise. San Francisco wanted Immediate ac- . . ,. i , r fcl . o i san Francisco wanted immediate ac- Twelve Alleged Japanese An- ramous Novelist oiiccumDs to tion, and New organs wanted Tim. n ll . Ill J. ins .J I I aay ot " Dunei vvounas inniqea uy archists Are Executed in I Tokio. HALF DAY REQUIRED TO COMPLETE KILLING Convieted In Star Chamber Sessions End Comes at Late Hour hi Bclovue of Court Eleven Men and One Wo man Go to Scaffold Unafraid, De claring Their Willingness to Die for Liberty Hanging Lasts Four Hours The committee on rules ordered that- the matter be decided by a straight vote of the house on a single roll call. The representatives will be asked to vote either for San Francisco or New Orleans. San Francisco delegates asked that VALIANTLY FOR LIFE the New Orleans bill be voted on first and the San Francisco bill last, while the New Orleans boosters wanted it reversed. Crazy Musician. GRITTY AUTHOR FIGHTS S REBELS TO S Former Government mander Refuses to His Own Offspring. Corn-Hang TALMANTES TAKES ALAMOS WITH INSURGENT FORCES Hospital Body Taken to Arts Club Pliyslciuiis Request Coroner to Dispense Wltli Autopsy Senator Beverldge hi Churge of Funeral. BILL FOR BUREAU OF MINES AT O. A. O. Salem. Ore.. "Jan. 25. A state bu reau of mines to be administered In jcnnectlon with tha department of mining at the Oregon Agricultural col- Fcderal Troops Unable to Capture Hint Correspondent Places Gov ernment Loss In Battle at Casa G ramies at 180 No Estimates of IiiHiirreclos Killed Obtainable. Douglas, Ariz., Jan. 26. Alamos, a town between Montezuma and Her niosillo, is now In the hands of Col onel Scveriano Talamantes, a former Toklo, Japan, Jan. 24. Donjire Ko- New York, Jan. 25. David Gra- toku, his mistress Suga Kanno and ten ham Phillips has lost his brave fight other Japanese socialists, called an- foj m He dled jn Ben0Vue hospital eg0 )8 the purpose of a bill lntroduc arcnists Dy me government, were . I , ,., v. nnnrnaontntlvA - ... ., , I lata ne, n oht a v nt m If r-rhnih oil . " J " " J nangea toaay ronowing uie ' star , - .......... . .,,., Nn nildl- cnamoer sessions in wnicn tney were UU.UDU...UUB.., .... .ninrlni nnnitlnnR are created f convicted of plotting against the life emotional physician, who, although of tlonal '-ried P""l bredIlSSrted lnaulrect rather than arrest hl8 o, the Mikado. The hangings started refined taste, .and -r.stocraUc south 01 DhuvA anvil viiD '-' t vituv uunii i M I u"ui iiviui itjjui in w, v -- Monday for a fancied grievance, then ' ror carrying on .me worn ui lUB mantcs lu reported to have taken with at 9 o'clock today and ended at 1 this afternoon. None were frighten ed, but marched to the scaffold, de- blaring they were willing to die for liberty. Therewas an affecting scene when Kotoku and the woman were hung. No black caps were worn and they stood together. "Courage," said Kotoku as the ropes were adjusted. "We die for liberty." iHiio himooif I Dureau Phillips fought valiantly td live, but e object 01 tne oureau is to siuuy si bullet holes were too much even me-mineral aepos in . for his grit and sturdy constitution ciuciing roaa muring n, . and at 11:10 o'clock he died. fue,a a.nd. cemfn,t materlals TJ1he H onnsnlrms tin to within a neaa OI me mining en8meii.B partment at the Agricultural, college Is to be the director of the bureau, and he Is authorized by the measure to organize the bureau and place It upon a practical basis. SCHOOL BOARDS PLAN OF nCNTINGTON along with the single tax theory he is boosting failed to suit the committee, despite his assertion there was not I Salem, Or., Jan. 28. Lawyers in any single tax motive . behind the I tia house and on the committee on measure. revisions of laws regard the bill in- . The bill for enlarging the capltol troduced by Peterson of Umatilla, and grounds went to the house committee, providing that any person may s4fve It was charged on the floor that Gov- a summ0ns on making affidavit be- ernor West was trying to dispose of for6 a notary public as a decided men- his own lands to the state through aco it has been decided to present the medium of this bilL This is con sidered the first shot at the governor by his opponents. ' Senator Wood introduced a bill call ing for the appointment of a commit tee of thirty lawyers, to devise a new judicial act to cover the entire field of the Jury system and courts. com- an adverse opinion from the mittee.. ' "An illustration of how this bill might work out has been brought up," said a member of tne committee to day. "Suppose a man left Portland for two or three months and locked up his house or other possessions. An WANTS STATE .TO ' I unscrupulous lawyer who knew or tnis GET 65,000 ACRES I might get some person or oouduui reputation to serve a summons upon Salem. Ore. Jan. 24. la accora- him. When the victim returned ne anee with the policy announced in his I might find that a default had been inaugural message regarding the In- I taken and his goods sold. He might demnlty selections allowed to the I g0 to the notary and ask who the ' states under the lieu land law. Gov- I person was who served the summons ernor Oswald West; has directed a The notary may know him only In a communication to the land office at casual way and then again may have Washington, and also to each of Ore- only been Introduced to him, as the gon's senators at Washington, urging I tupreme court of Iowa has held that mediate approval of the Oregon in-1 an introduction forms sufficient cre- rtmnttv selections, aggregating a to-1 aentlals for a notary." ai of about 65.000 acres. These have I 1 Peterson Is the only member of .- been pending before the United States I vhe revision of laws committee who and would increase the common school I favors the bill. He declares that in ' fund of this state 1500,000 and In-1 sparsely settled counties, where dls- crease the , interest therefrom for K school purposes by about $40,000 an !T nually. ; Governor West announced a fur ther policy la his message, In which ha said that the 60,000 acres here after to be selected by and due this quarter of an hour of his death. At the. "idslde were his sister. Mrs. Carolyn Pervert, his brother. Harri- WCIO QUJUDiCU. ,Tt) U1U 1UI UUVllJ. I i - Suga Kanno smiled and facing each W. Phillips, his- personal physicl- Other they dropped. . an, ur. augeiie v uuer, ana jr. uira- UVall Ul DC1ICVUU. JLUO IIIIIIICUIUVO .i i i a x . i. I vnvmv prkTrYFTOTrrir TlTT.Ti i cause was nminurrnugv ui 1110 nisiii wuii i i PASSES THE HOUSE lu" wniun nua ueen pierueu uy uiib or tnn steei ciaa duiiblb irom uoias i I t- i. it i I Ca1am Tnn Pnnntif Art 11. , , v, A i ud io o ciocK me novelist was cuuunui uuuiuh two iuijwdcu j offin annronriation bill carrv ne a re8l,"S quiuy aim uum pnywcmua u..w..bw.. - toEA AnA AAA a A- and mXblU vea were hoDef ul of the ou t Z v ,J::;;V "w" : :, come. plana that four members shall be ap 1110,11 curs UllU tl iiiu caoo ii& oai v.o - - , , . . for mall carriers from $700 to $1000. receivea visuore. .among mem ...go u ..uui - Steel cars are desired on account of "'.'- """" u "a .m..n. senator Devenuga oi iituiunu. una sev- i xuo f " 1 1 , eral writers of note. Their visits were I necessary supervisors, exclusive of extreU'iely-' firlef,1 but all who came the superintendent at salaries of not awav aDDeared optimistic. I less than 1100 a month. After 9 o'clock the patient took a deaths in wrecks. For Tariff Commission. Washington, D. C, Jan. 24. Con trary to expectations, the house ways him into the rebel ranks a detach ment of 100 federal troops and with them joined a force of S00 citizens who declared for Madero and against Diaz. " Talamantes, who was operating in the vicinity of Alamos, is said to have been sent a list of 100 suspects by Military Govornor Lorenzo. Torres, who ordered him to arrest the alleged traitors and bring them to Hermo sillo. In this list Talraantcs found the names of his three Bona. He went to AlamoB, but Instead of arresting the rebels he Issued a proclamation de claring himself a Maderolst. His 100 soldiers joined him in the declara tion and the 300 armed citizens who had previously decided to support the rebel cause welcomed Talamantes and his men to their ranks. Torres, when he learned of his sub ordinate's action, sent a force of 100 rurales to arrest him at Alamos, but when the government troope .learned that Talamentos. had armed the citi zens and was preparing for battle, they returned to Hermoslllo. ThAra wnn munh talk Amonff Mexl- DANVIMJ3 ON "BUSINESS" ca rofugees crossing the border to- I day of a report emanating from rebel Danville, 111., Jan. iSb. ii was I - the atate of Sonora would and means committee today reported 'urn for the worse a"d although the VOTE BUYERS LEAVING favorably a tariff commission bill, ul' uu ""- "B ' substantially like the Longworth mea-r the end was Inevitable. Tf fnr a. commission The physicians mot directly after of five members to be appointed by oealn nQ aeciaea to riu cur- ported today tnat tne grana jury n d d mak Madoro president of j.j, aireaay reiumcu iuU.vu,rem. the republic of Sonora. ThlB state se- io " more man a score oi pruu.iuo.ii oeaed gome years ago and since that ted, though an autopsy is usual In tlcians accused of bribery In Vermll- . . ,n a measure been undor iiuuiiuiuax viutn. i uon county, many ot iiiuni uro wwb- The body of Phillips was taken toed to be involved in the carnival of the national arts club early today. I Vote buying which has existed for Senator Beverldge was in charge of I years and have been called out of the the removal and had arranged thatl3tate on "business." the president for six year terms. Practically plenary powers are given the commission by the proposed law. SLATERS OP KETCHELL TO PRISON FOR LIFE Marshfleld, Mo., Jan. 24. Walter ho .BlH ln . uipiey ana uoiaie om.in were church around the corner. No hour convicted of the murder of Stanley for tne 8ervlceg have been Bet, He itetcneil ana sentencea to i.te i.u-. , be burled , Indlana. prisonment, - ... PhllllDS made a brave fleht but The couple put up a piea or sen ... 0. t1 ,,. aeiense. iney anegea xvene-. ..au . . f aoldsboroUBh. Phll- martlal law. The1 rebels count on capturing Her moslllo and say that Madero will then appear there and set up his govern ment there. TOO MUCH LOBBYING IS MAHONEY'S PLAINT attacked the woman one day while alone on the Dickerson ranch. The woman had been Dlpley's common law wife. tances are great, the proposed system Is almost a necessity. RIVAL EXPOSITION CITIES TO PRESENT CLAIMS lips' slayer arrived today In Wash ington, where he will be burled by his family. The police are fully con vinced the man was Insane. Shortly before his death Phillips whispered to his brother: "If I only had . two bullets In me I might win out. hut with five or six it is Dretty Washington, D. C, Jan. 24. Tne hard." senate committee on industrial ex- jje lapsed into unconsciousness and nny MURDERS FATHER I positions today decided to grant I the hemmorrhage followed. He died AND WOUNDS SISTER I hearings next x nursoy ana . r riuay geVen minutes later. I to New Orleans and San eTancisco, at i Qoldsborough's sister at Washing North Bend. Wash.. Jan. 24. Peter which time they may present tneir ton Baid: ..In the name of my fath- state, would be seleced at once la one Jurost, aged 65, Is dead and Phoebe claims to the Panama exposition, new Mo- mrt embracing; a stream, u poa-1 rmt hia 19-vear-olrl daughter is I Orleans -will proDamy ne nearu slble, from which waerpower could be l wounaed in the arm, while his son, Thursday, developed, rendering additional reve-iJohn Drost, aged 22, ls.locked up In 180 Hilled. El Paso, Texas, Jan. 25. A corre Times, who arrived Salem. Or., Jan. 25. Too muchlh(,r. niffht from CaBas Grandes, lobbying Is the burden of a resolu- gtateg tnat the federal loss In the bat tlon introduced In the house yester- - r.,n la Diced at 180 killed day afternoon by Manoney of Morrow I and 4Q wounde(i. The lnsurecto loss county. He aBks to have all lobbying oannot be ascertained, but It Is known Interests excluded from the floor while the house is in session. McKlnney of Baker, Introduced a resolution instructing the board of control to have printed for distribu tion 5000 pamphlets containing the Oregon water code. nue to the state. This selection, he I the iocal Jall( charged with the mur- TOBACCO IMPORTERS believes, should be turned over to tneider of hl8 father and shooting the SWINDLE GOVERNMENT agricultural college, tne university or lrl the conservation commission, wnere- - fhe girl says her brother and father New York, Jan. 24. Federal au- by the state could put such selection hava been on bad terms for . some thorltles today started a country wide to a beneficial ubb for one of those time The quarrel culminated yester- investigation today following an 8.1- two institutions of higher learning or da afternoon on the Drost homestead ieged discrepancy In the wrapper and hold it In reserve for the future. (when the son ordered the father to 1 t'lllex- statistics of the tobacco interests As Governor West for several years i do an errand. The elder man ref us-1 f rom Cuba which is said to have de- to have been heavy. Skirmish fight ing Is still In prograss around Galena, but with little effect. Rabagos' main command Is still at Galaena. Troops Patrol Border. Houston, Tex., Jan. 25. In line with the plan of the war department SEVENTY THOUSAND to establish a thorough patrol along REGISTERED IN SEATTLE I the Texas border, four troops of the third cavalry today left Fort Sam Seattle, Wash., Jan. 26. With three I Houston. Simultaneously the twenty. days more for registering for the re- third infantry left fort Lillis. They er, mother and myself, I wisn to ex- SiuViftBiata There to a election, nearly 70,000 have signed W1U work in conjunction with the shooting or Mr. rnuups. mere is nmu, Mnvn, nnrl... ,,.-.n0 ninni no doubt but brother was Insane." un and George Dilllng, Mayor Gill's I other troops already "scattered along HCI Him I " . ... .,., j hi. namnalan I .. . . ,ni ha t.t n. The police still cannot account for opp""i me noruer. inn ponce still cannut acvuuut lur , . nill I T .. . the motive which promted the shoot- I -P I nigh he patroH.d Ing. had permitted the police to protect I vice agents. rARNFr.iii' rvnns i, vi 17 ti i.i rvi x i n j cm r,v T, 1 1, A FOLLETTE JIA11j1,u as New York. N. Y., Jan. 25-The for tification of the Panama canal Willi cheering I The activity of the Mexican rebels and lawless bands brought about a state near anarchy so the government acted on account of the pleas of Texas ranchmen and merchants who were endangered. . Madison Jan. 25. Amid . . . . I. In on am- I . . ... , I .... . .iv.1. II,. Mnh ihnvlil TilftlnlV niS triumpn I .fif il.KjBXU.- inilBIUUVM was state iana " - i ed wnereupon ne snot mm wa prlved tne government or. proDaoiy in no way mcuiupatiuio w.ni r - - i-- rnItvTV cvT MKASTJRB - A ,oan,,a nnslMnn tO deall.. ., ..1 v. aha ama tn Ih. ... ji.,, 11.. - tu,a a, Mo ... .numonl hptwpcn I OVPT the Stalwarts in WiSCOnBin, KOb- I COUNTY BfiAl lil,ASUKJU DKtTIHIl V auvniiu-tiwviui mr ' lESIlUL Kill TT 11 V is Oi xvm w mv w llVB III 1 1 1 UJIl UU11B1B ailUUaill IV! &ivv nwssu i uw uuimjv 0 -v-.--w.-v I " with public lands problems, ana "'"laid Of her dying lather, " I years. state Is In position to proui nauu- somely from the governor's expen- i Admits Killing. 1 FAST MAIL TRAINS ence In handling Its lan I mattere. i Seattle, Wash., Jan. 24. Jonn HELD BY SNOWSLIDES . As soon as travel is maae moro urost, was brought here toaay rrom convenient in the spring, T. A. RIae- I jjorth Bend. He confessed he shot Seattle, Jan. 24. Several fast mall . hart, who lias been appointed state I and billed his father. He said "I was I trains on the Great Northern are held land agent by Governor West,-" will I angry and father started r to walk I up by snowslldes east of the Cascade start out on a trip of Investigation In I away. j gave him warning and then I mountains and the mails are delayed which he will Inspect every mortgage I ghot. i ghot sister because she gotlfrom 16 to 86 hours. A similar block loan, held by the state at first hand I in the way. That was accidental." jade obtains In the Rockies, according -and report Its actual value. : Jir. i . , t0 eastern advices. Rlnehart u appointed with this ob- MRS SCHENK SOBS lect la view, as he Is famniar with tne I . ... AS LAWYER PLEADS Cnatom Cutters Conreae, value of farm lands In every section I - Bt. Louis, Jan. 4. More thaa 150 of the sUte aad therefore well quail-1 Wheeling. W. Va., Jan. J4. While 1 delegates arrived In St Lonla this fled for his work. Whea this taskUrfl Schenk sobbed. Attorney Frank I morning to take part in tne aaaual Is completed, the actual value of every I O'Brien pleaded for her acquittal on I convention of the International Cua mortsaee noon which la founded the I th charge of nolsonlng her husband. I torn Cutters' Association of America, stability of the common school fundlHe particularly attacked the testi-l which covers both the United States and Its income, will be' known aadlmon- 0f Mrs. Klein, the detective i and Canada. The session will occupy ' can be referred to at a moment's no-1 nurge -who admitted she had wormed I four days, during which period the ' tlce: By this method tie state's j her way Into Mrs. Schenk'- confl-1 visitors will be hospitably entertained school fund will he pat on a firm ana I dence while at the same time she laid by the local cutters, assisted by trav- reliable basis and its actual market I traps for her. O'Brien called Mrs. 1 sling men and commercial interests. , value made known. I Klein an "abominable epy" who want. - led to aid a family conspiracy against I Sell gtedmaa Books. RCEF DECISION ' I Mrs. Scheck. I New York, Jan. 24. Dispersal of STRENGTHENS JUKAl-il , 1 the remarkable collection of books A mfcronhone. which majmlfles I accumulated bv the late Edward Clar. Sacramento, Calif, Jan. 14. "The I ionnd. Is now being successfully used I ence Stedman banker and poet, will decision of the stats supreme court I to jocate underground springs aad I be completed today and tomorrow. In granting Abe Ruef a rehearing breams. Whca the instrument Is an- The final offering of 1,114 lota in came at a moment whea the support-1 plied to the ground the operator eaa I eludes many rarities and spirited bid era of. the measures of the I hear the rumbling of underground I dlnr is expected. Next, week the tlatlve, referendum aad recall were I jtreams aaf water currents where 1 paintings aad art objects of the Bted- considering withdrawing their appu-1 gnch exist. I man estate will be sold at auction - 1 - .. .. ..j. . i ...t .i i A - .ia,.m.ni arr t a H-nnniiH was- touav rv-viuuivu IIUklUIlB, BUUUIU1IIH IV Ck piawiliviiv ... - - I mrt tr.Aav hv n,rni. who renentlv United States senator. The opposition Salem, Ore., Jan. 25. Reprosenta- Of I . . . . - 0 i.. ..,llAn1 I tl... t.lAmtnn Vi o at I n m1 IIP Arl tL TtML donated a fund of $10,000,000 to se- was negiime. it wa r.y iureu u. oeis'-'' ----- - ----- .t. . . n. h. thn hla success makes him a Inure. In the house resembling a simi said: "No nation can dispute our right factor in the republican presidential har measure previously Introduced In .anal Tt wmiM Ytrtt VlA fl. I nOtTilAat.OiiB 1X1 lvlZ. 1"' . new counties. Before the matter can measure. The Panama forts would WILLS HIS BODY TO I be ut to a vote. 60 per cent of the , i .i i. MF.IilCAL STUDENT neop e within the Jurisdiction of the endangered hv an enemv which means proposed new county must petition an enemv of other nations, as well. tokio, japan, jan. 25. Kotokus' I the secretary of state for a special el- because the injury of the canal would body, it was announced today will ection. VlZTLZTZ Injure the world's commerce." oe turnea over io u,. n,,- . - """"V;" VerHlty OI TOKIO xor airHOCViun. xniniyote lavurauijr un w w v will be done as the result of a will I it becomes effective. The people at left by the socialist leador shortly large will not vote on measures irv- BARGAIN SALES MUST CONTAIN REAL BARGAINS I before he and his twelve followers posing new counties, only those affect- were hanged. Olympla, Wash., Jan. 25. The days of the fake fire, bankrupt and dam- UuxNESSEE HAS A led by the division. aged goods sales are numbered. A bill has been reported favorably In the house making It a misdemeanor for any one to advertise a sale of goods . falsely. There must be bar gains or nothing doing. REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 25. Bonja mln Hooper the first republican gov ernor Tennessee has hud In thirty years was Inaugurated here today. PRESIDENT TAFT FINDS ARDENT SENATE CHAMPION ITALY AND TURKEY MAY HAVE WAR Rome. Tts.lv Jan. 25. The depart ure of the battleship Pisa for Egypt! City of New York. and an order Issued to the battleships Ban Ologro and San- Marco to hold themselves in readiness to sail Is con sidered a forerunner of a demonstra tion against Turkey by Italy. Washington, Jan. 26. The charges that President Taft is using his un official influence against the. reten tion of Lorlmer In the senate were scouted by Senator Painter In the sen- GMmrlana In Dance. ato today. He said tne presiaeni New York, Jan. 24. A reception I knows the senate is Judge of the eleo nd dance will be held tonight at the I tion of Its own members and that he Waldorf by the Georgia society of the I would not interfere with the senate. Martlne Formally Elected. Mmo. Rmbrlcli In Recltnl. I Trenton, N. J.. Jan. J6v Marune N Vnrk. Jan 24. Mme. Bern-1 was elected Unltea states senator w brlch will give her last recital In this I succeed Kean. The vote was Martins city at Carnegie Hall today. 147; Bmitn s.