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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - January 23, 1911, Anaconda, Montana WEATHER FORECAST FOR MONDAY ami warmer WEATHER FORECAST FOR TUESDAY Fair VOL 142 ANACONDA MONTANA MONDAY MORNING JANUARY 23 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS SOUTHERN DEMOCRAT WHO WILL BE IN CHARGE OF BUILDING OF NEXT TARIFF TO inr SA VS MM j of lenders will comment i hut it IM ait i moat important N 111 re I In tin K for Monitor be In din UK IIH Kia HII IM j of i 11 will of ill mnv mi Tan I1 n in congress wre asked if there is likely in an extra of condition of in t hey in- variably answer in They Insist that jm short is lint jammed more thali was short session so far as bills an- proves truth nf the the house passed the Indian rivers ion urgent army appropriation lulls ami Is nearly uith Tuu years ay hail passed only Ihc pensions legislative Uisi rid of i ami naval bills in the same time It is trii the senate has passed only tin urgent but had passed are not disturbed by the situation Two years the bu appropriation lulls passed In last four nf the session and republican leaders hns hern done can So to Some senators e nn particular has been tu and that ion bills been to kill off legislation It would surprise one now if mi the ease resultitlon viding the election of senators by direct i if the tho tariff and other cuni mailers be in effort Tbf ship subsidy hill is being used as a buffer and there are several treaty matters that may be brought In if needed tu kill Gossip members of house is toward the tor next Friday of the M n H on the new ways and committee These will lect the members uf a rules anil map nut a gramme for the preparation of tariff It is variously conceded that Henry of Texas once n nnd a leading nf Judiciary com- mit tec will head the new rules com- in succession In Dalzell nf sylvania retiring republican man Will Not Tile committee will not be enlarged he in the political complexion of th house lea vine Hint with six nml four nf six republicans and four democrats as at present Mr t rider wood is an to ho probable makeup of committees but says no names have been decided upon The republicans under the spur oC t he leaders and insistency nf Mr ot New York the re- publican whip who purposes lo force the attendance of members are the pressure on propriation bills TJio appropriation which will be early tills week way to the agricultural propriation Hie District of lumbia I'm t ideations naval and lorn fit ic consular appropriation bills all to bo taken up with the military academy nnd sundry civil supply In follow Tim of the ro- in of the re- cent census will be before the house if of the census commit too his way Ho purposes asking the to take up bin hill tho of which will ho to fix the house yhip at a little more -130 members Albany X Y Jan A 11 nppiicb of tlic state in a statement issued i 1 at Falls X y tonight said j every senator and I should abide by the result of caucus which last Monday i list a majority vole for F j as the party candidate for United senator lie said in The it being tho recognized oT all parties from time im- memorable be no j tlon of Its duty nf all and state senators elected j upon the ticket to abide by t its and vole for candidate of the Ity Most assuredly should either of thr voted for at the have scoured a majority nf itF votes would uniioubted- 1 y have insisted upon support Mr f hnt he this statement after consulting n nf the members of the tee he heads and thai It expressed their views Just whon oT the were tn return In bany In renew the simple over who is to Senator this statement worked a sudden change in situation which was to He dormant until the sembly took its fifth joint ballot morrow AH In Open of Mr Sheohan said it As lo tbe opposition M one of the leaders ol the behind the candidacy of M Shepard One good about this contest is that it IB bringing everybody into the open of 51 r and Mr explained their by saying that to familiar with tbo Mr stand was no We have believed that he was for said one of them i Now we know It Mr Osborne eald ad- vice disagreed with that given by ernor DIx when be said the legislators should vote in accord a ncn with the i wishes of their constituents and the dictates of their consciences This j statement from the governor has been by the who bolted tho caucus as for their stand I Senator Dr j er uf the with j I dn not believe Mr I statement will have any effect on the members of the legislature who have refused to support Mr Sheehan ha It certainly will have no so far as I am concerned The DUMI already bore did not conceal their elation IT New York Jan gathered hero today from all parts of the that the statement of Chairman Is the most Important any source sinco tho party went a over the choice of u United Tho leaders wero not surprised In fact they let U be understood had expected such n ment since last Friday but few cared to specula to on its Governor DIx was naturally sought first not only head nf the parly but been use Mr was his Ho sent word from bis apartments In tho Waldorf he had no of tho statement and im comment tn moke other than Hie state mnn was individually fnr anything tho loiter say And WITH MFK OF IfllSBAND MA V FATE TODAY THR HANGS A AIM A P AI Ilial has been eut Siy her Brother Huld he iron Id no rid says Mhe csprewscd wish thai her Pure of in bitterly fought on Staff Helena Jan seems tu prevail in Helena that the contest will be morn ful this week than was week there are few who bellove that the week will be au eventful as to re- sult in the choice of a senator yet it IK generally believed that there will be more doing in the contest more in- more to write A de- termined effort is made to get the republicans all In line for Carter and with that object In view a caucus of the republicans is to be held at tho courthouse to tulle things over and about if possible an agreement Continued on Two TWO DROWNED IN WHITEFISH LAKE tn IMP Jnn young plr Jim nml Oraci were drowned this noon in In with thoy four up the lake H nf nf party whon through Ihr ice nol MM of thin mul An In on and til Die icard hnl Jin wo were In hoUl Mil until I horn with I hoy an nit vlnw wiry aft or tha loo rent tho of Mr and Mrs 1 A Inson had i It tiding in and wits Sunday here Her who are well In do were u Iti nml along with hnr ability and her future was Mr WUH a IHO mid Unown here Ilo WUH a of Mrti H T and of Tin WHS j I MM n by thp Honny who well known In here mul R L Hunm of Uane iiro also of man of dm worn very popular and tho lias whole town In gloom 1 by vote may be Instead ol sn seal taring Old loaders declare tills Is to he a regular mid that all the lican in embers have the one On other band some of Insurgent who steadfastly withheld their votes Carter shale the beginning thp la only a ference at which things be talked over parly agreed upon and the senatorial hut it is they that the is imt to be binding on nil so far as voting for I ft concerned tho caucus In lining nil the 1 leu us Ca rl or no t It is t y that the Cart or vote from now on will bo greater and steadier inclined to sag and to scatter with Tuesday the vote will no lunger bo of so much tance Tn order that the republicans not be alone in the Walsh ing of n today and thai will a cull row for a to bo held who have born ing Walsh mild would not the call Afi to In iho camp It to ho the thul If nol In tho In H few mom will n away and begin tor the borne ory effort therefore will bn by tho men to cot oC Urn in line for thu in race early In the week I declare with show of reason that it is not his part to withdraw from the tost ns yet at for he has morn votes than any other democratic candidate Is in fact the choice nf two-thirds of the democratic members and the others should come to him They show further that ho has been gaining little by little since 1 opening On the other hand it IB ar- 1 gued that while Walsh Is the leader and hap been a vote now and then and may Rain n few more there are some who have declared that they will not under any circumstances vote for Walsh and there are enough of these to defeat Walsh if they persist In their present frame of At the end of the session will be one- half over nnd if the Walsh men have not landed their candidate by that time it is believed that tho lightning rods will be freshly sharpened and that the dark horses will be coming to town Tho highest vote Walsh has yet received on any one ballot There have however been 39 different who voted fnr Walsh at various times in the voting Somo have been won over to frum Conrad have stuck to Walsh while others have not stuck K Walsh could in one day all the men iiro voting for him who have honored him with a ballot ho would have votes which h 14 below Uio full strength and be- low Helen t for It Is not n t all improbable Walsh's vot.i may roach nnM pass 10 Hut that bft to and the sition seems still stubborn As to the most likely dark horse in ense the democrats should in an other week abandon both Walsh nnd Conrad there is much talk of ernor Tho talk in his favor Is quite strong although no democrat has yet a ballot for him In tbe Albuquerque NT Jan returns from tion show the ratification of the const Hut Ion of tho proposed state of New Mexico by a of 18.000 The few remote yet to be heard from will not change the result materially the majority will probably bo The of was the of In Santa Ko county divided Iho for the constitution was In Out Bounty of the wan while In the Mid of the tlon curried by for nnd Tim a In nil nave nf the New yff quietly and no of violence ur fruud senatorial voting It Is known that aome who are voting for Walsh and some who are for Conrad would in reality prefer to the man for whom they are voting The ernor has himself discouraged every effort at -j boom and every hint In that direction He baa declared that he is in no sense a and will not be It is argued however thai ho is more likely to be acceptable to both the contending factions than any other man who has been named Party loaders declare that it would be unwise to surrender a democratic governor in the midst of nte ministration On the other hand It is argued that at the closo of the present session there will be no more Va Jan ar- will besin tomorrow in the i Laura J with poison to husband John U Shenk a Ions between Prosecutor and IUK assistant Fied L Maury The case probably will go to tho jury not later than Monday noon There never has been a criminal care In the history of this state more bitterly The state has shown through by expert chemists that mineral water which John O drank in his home and that medicine tered in his home were charged with arsenic and sugar of lead that Mrs had improper relations with an- other man and that she had expressed a wish that her husband would die That The state has produced a witness who that Mrs Shenk offered to put poison in her husband's medicine after he was removed to the hospital that she purchased susar of lead from a physician in quantity cient to kill a doxen men and that John O Shenk was suffering from arsenical and lead poisoning On the other hand the state has not shown whether the defendant chased arsenic no evidence has been adduced to prove that she actually put the in the water and medicine The defense has claimed throughout there was a conspiracy on the part of other of the Shonk family to rid themselves of the woman under trial and put on a witness to prove that Albert Shenk head of the family said he would leave no stone unturned to accomplish that purpose SIXTEEN HURT IN COASTING HILL Special to the Standard Helena Jan overturning ot a bobsled loaded with a party of resulted in serious injury to two and the bruising of 14 others this morning The injured are Frank leg broken In two places and Fred Halm injured Internally All the injured were taken to their homes The youngsters were coasting down street when suddenly two little girls appeared on the track and to avert in- juring them the steerer turned the bob sharply to one side It overturned and hurled Its cargo of human freight in nil directions DEATH OF COOLIE STARTS IS CONRAD RIOTING WHICH TEN DIE thn tion for taken place the appointments probably 11 been and will bo little ad- vantage to tho by reason nT thf elevation of tbe lieutenant ernor to ant Alien is personally popular It In Quito likely j that state bo safe in his tbe de- on as tbe man to of the unpleasant situation of having a democratic majority and not electing n democratic United Slates wbo are freely are Martin tbe veteran democrat of territorial days former Oov K Toole Senator Sum V of tlie committee II C Stiff of sottla of nnd others It may bo that the paces of severn 1 dark will be tried out before a winner Is found As to tbe of cither a crat or a republican elected the help nf votes of the other parly It In that there In no Around whatever for expectation or On tho evening that tho In lili headlines told of election of of and two him hero were wild-eyed rumors tlie ami lintel In II soems Hint Murphy who in Dio In Helena for tlin dull as i China Jan death of a coolie who was dying by the British resulted In serious ders today Tho Chinese suspected that police had killed the and incr in several sections British and German gunboats lauded detachments and fierce followed In which in Chinese were After the landing of the rines volunteers were called out to de- fend the foreign community Several foreigners were Injured the Chinese troops are In control of the FII IN WRECK Ian wreck at the east switch at Lubec at this morning A Burlington train Xo 44 pulled by a double-header in charge of Fred Raiding and Peter collided with u rotary engine with Rimer in charse it is reported that Fireman and D Kay are Injured oil of his admirers and carried to to be by of army four in cling could more and laKH Ran Jan cisco's aviation meet produced a now American endurance record today when Philip O Parmalee a Wright biplane remained aloft for 3 hours 39 minutes and 49 seconds The best previous endurance formance was that of A Welch of St Louis who established a record of 3 hours 11 minutes and 55 seconds At the LOB Angeles meet the Hoxsey was credited with an cial record of 3 hour's and 17 minutes A crowd of more than the as he pursued his course and when lie finally de- he was Riven a rousing ovation Several enthusiasts them geue illy hoisted on their shoulders and carried him In to a stand in the middle of field where Gen H Bliss and i other army and a host of dies crowded about aviator to con- gratulate him I could have remained up said Parmalee but my seat grew so hard and my hands and feet so numbed with the cold that I decided to come down after clinching the American ord j His long flight was uneventful Once while Milling close to the San Bruno bills on the far side of the Held ha dipped suddenly and sharply in order to force gasoline into his engine EIr Lionized by Ely the daring aviator who landed on the deck of the cruiser sylvania last Thursday was lionized by the army and navy in full view of the crowd today With P O'Neill in com- j mand of the camp equipment and Captain Pond of the Pennsylvania Ely reviewed the troops of the second i battalion of the Thirtieth Infantry and a detachment of bluejackets from the i warship Then followed the tion to the aviator of a gold medal by the army Immediately after this ceremony Ely went up in a biplane to deliver on be- half of the aviation committee an in- to Mme Louisa Tetrazzini the opera singer to attend the meeting Mine according to a pre- arranged plan was waiting in an auto- i mobile at the golf links about five miles north of the aviation I grounds It was Ely's intention to act as an aerial escort to the diva for the re- j mainder of her journey to but after reascending the aviator lost her automobile among the crush at other machines on the road The was waiting for her at the grate however when she drove up and escorted her to a box in the center of the grand stand where she was formally welcomed by the aviation officials and army officers Grief for Attempts by amateurs to fly added to the long list of accidents that have marked exhibitions by novices at this meet Thaddeus R Kerns the ful Chico bird emulator stood his chine on its nose in the middle of tha field Ths engine was jarred through the stanchion separating it from tha driver's seat and Kerns had a narrow escape from serious Another novice that came to grief was TT Loose piloting a bi- plane owned by Ralph J of meda Loose negotiated the length ot the Held in darts and skips On ing a knoll near the limits of the en- closure a plane grazed the shoulder ot a spectator the machine swerved and turned on its side completely wrecking the car The aviator ever was not injured A throng of excited spectators rushed up to the and completed tho demolition of the aeroplane In their scramble for souvenirs of the accident on Two AS SLUR'S Los Angeles Cal Jan badly decomposed body found in tho rear of tho harbor shop of Giorgio llla on San Fernando street lust night Identified today as that ot Joe the barber's stepson who was n block away when the police broke Into the barber attempted filicide by shooting himself In tho neck Although not necessarily serious his wound had affected speech and when he confessed bst that lifl had murder he did not give the name of victim who was 2.1 years old JSOft n lunik n month HRO It IS police that II was tu secure money that Hah shot had been for H month but bad In visit the Umo New York any effort of tho Ottoman empire to Cretans would result In another was the sentiment voiced at it mass meeting of the Greek colony hum today The meeting was convoked by thi union represent Inn Greeks In the vicinity of New York to Intention of to hand tho Inland of to Turkey The nt ihn meeting voiced by Prof M Ion of uni- versity tho only speaker to tho In If lo conree Culni in empire will another revolution on Ita ft millions of to thu and If will mure If another at Id
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