Anaconda Standard, January 23, 1911

Anaconda Standard

January 23, 1911

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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 IllSINCI.IX.VntlX TO TACKLK inr; .uKAsntu.s. 1ATSTOMEET HTATM OM.1IS i'TIII'; SA VS .11A- .lOECITt' MM BREAI >1'1'- j of lenders will comment up vntcs mi the iim-r ease, tin- resultitlon pro- viding J'or the election of senators by direct vuti- i if the peiml'-. tho tariff comnii.ssinn bill and other cuni er.slal mailers sh-ml'l be vk-turinus in th'Mr 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 tlirn1. Gossip amoriK Fr. HupptitJi's ad- vice disagreed with that given by Gov- 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 qunU-d by the rtcmocraip who "bolted" tho caucus as for their stand. I Senator rrnnklln Dr. j er uf the ajrrc-cd with j "I dn not believe thnt Mr. Huppuch's I statement will have any effect on the 2G members of the legislature who have refused to support Mr. Sheehan." ha saiil. "It. certainly will have no olfec.t so far as I am concerned." The Hheehiin DUMI already bore did not conceal their elation. C-AI.l, IT IMI'OHTAXT. New York, Jan. gathered hero today from all parts of the njjrood that the .statement of Chairman Huppueh Is porhaps the most Important mudi; frmn any source sinco tho party went fcito a dendlock over the choice of u United StaU-n yonator. Tho leaders wero not surprised. In fact, they let U be understood tha.t tlu-y had expected such n pronounce- ment since last Friday, but few cared to specula to on its elYec.t. Governor DIx was naturally sought first, not only head nf the parly. but been use Mr. Huppueh was his buninenH purtner. Ho sent word from bis apartments In tho Waldorf As- tnrln tluit he had no forokmiwlrdpe of tho .statement and im comment tn moke other than thnt Hie state ehalr- mnn was rcaponslbln individually fnr anything tho loiter mitrht say. And WITH MFK OF IfllSBAND MA V KXOW FATE TODAY. PAlIMALnK. THR HANGS 17P .NF11V A. EXDUKANCIO R1SCORD. P! AIM A P uLAEivl AI Ilial ivifc has been eut Siy her hurtband'n rel- Brother Huld he iron Id no Ntont- (iriinrned rid fnmll.v r.l' Stnle TcllnrjiH .says Mhe liiuf csprewscd wish thai her tinshnnd niiu'Iit Pure of C'aHt: in bitterly fought. (Cinitlnued on Hpeclnl Staff Corrnsponnonce. Helena, Jan. imprc-sslon seems tu prevail in Helena that the Konatoriul contest will be morn event- ful this week than It: was htst week. While- 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- cident, more to write nbout. A de- termined effort is being- 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 bring1 about if possible an agreement (Continued on Two.) TWO DROWNED IN WHITEFISH LAKE Riwatnl PlRpJiMi tn IMP Klmulflrrt. Whltntlsh. Jnn. young poo- plr, Jim OmiMMiiKli nml Mlns Oraci; Koblnson, were drowned this uflor- noon in In rompi'iny with olhoi'R thoy nlioul four inllcn up the lake, H 8hni'i rtlHlnncc nlmftfl nf tin- nf party whon tlu-y hmUu through Ihr ice. Tholr cotnpnnlmi.'t nouhl nol ri'iirh Ihmti MM ncconni of thin mul hrnlu'M An Hlnrm ulioutcil In Ihoso on nhorc and HTHMllM HlilVtfill til Die IVfUMIC icard MtiO othf-r rtpitpiunnl, hnl (Jin wo yonntc prninnn were nnnhlf In hoUl Mil. until nsKitttanp.e vouchod I horn. I'l'ohnhly sclwrd with I hoy an nit vlnw wiry HOOII aft or hrraktng tha loo. rent Rohlnfton wns tho iioootnpltehod driughtor of Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Hoh- Inson, Klto had hecn ;i It (tiding in KftHapoH and wits Hponding Sunday here. Her pmvniH, who are well In do, were Klvlng )ie.r u Hplendid opporU.nlty Iti hniirove hurHflf nml, along with hnr niitural ability and tir- iNiinpllHiiinonts, her future was nntinn- nlly hrlpfht. Mr, ('avaminph WUH a IHO mid fiivumbly Unown here. Ilo WUH a brolhor of Mrti. H, T, Sonuy and of Jinne.s C'avanaiiKh. Tin WHS employer! j I MM n flaloHmun by thp Honny Rlercftntlln rninpiiny. Mlfttt Flnronrp rnvnnnURli. who well known In norlrty t'livloa here, mul R L. Hunm of flpo- Uane iiro also nlHtera of youiifr man, I.ioth vIctlmH of dm nochlonl. worn very popular and tho trngedy lias rlotlied whole town In gloom, 1 by whlrh Lhe ropublli-an vote may be snlirl Instead ol' sn seal taring. "Old Kiiard" loaders amunp: rrpnblii'tins declare tliat tills Is to he a regular sen- atorial eancns mid that, all the repub- lican in embers have atgnpd the i'a.11 one. On tlio other band, some of tbi- "Insurgent" ivpubliomis, who liavc steadfastly withheld their votes frnm Carter shale, the beginning, (le- thnt thp oall la only I'm1 a enn- ference at which things nix- be talked over, parly mrasuroR agreed upon and the senatorial sitnation flln- cusfed, hut it is dl.slinetly nnder.Mtood, they declnre, that the eiiiie.un is imt to be 'binding on nil so .far as voting for Cn.rter I ft concerned. Whother tho caucus re.auHe In lining nil the 1 leu us t'or Ca rl e.r or no t, It is prct t y orrinin that the Cart or vote from now on will bo greater and steadier, inclined to sag and to scatter. Itogln- nlnff with Tuesday, the scatterlnK vote will no lunger bo of .so much impor- tance. Tn order that the republicans inlglit not be alone in Ihe eaucus mntlor, the Walsh drinofTnls wcro .tgaln talk- ing of n eauouH today and doclared thai t.hey will elveulato a cull tomor- row for a meeiinp to bo held Wed- nesday. Hevtinil who have born vot- ing agnhmt. Walsh mild Ihe.y would not the call. Afi to tlio ftlluatlnn In iho demorrnllo camp, It to ho the brllof thul If Wnlt-h doftfl nol sue.eord In gMllntt tho In H few ilityii mom hl.i nuppnrterK will (n away and begin Moklnjr tor the diirk borne. Kv- ory effort, therefore, will bn nuule by tho WtUttU men to cot tlio ixwl oC Urn democrata in line for thu leud'jr in race early In the week. I declare, with show of reason, that it is not his part to withdraw from the eo-n- tost ns yet at for he has pteadlly -received 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 ttic 1 opening. On the other hand, it IB ar- 1 gued that, while "Walsh Is the leader and hap been jtraitiinp 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 mtnri. At the end of thlc w.eek 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, whic'i Walsh has yet received on any one ballot i? 3H. There have, however, been 39 different deiTioeruts who voted fnr Walsh at various times in the voting. Somo wln> have been won over to Walr-h frum Conrad have stuck to Walsh, while others have not stuck. K "Walsh could Ri't in one day all the men -who iiro voting for him ar.rl who have honored him with a ballot ho would have votes, which h 14 below Uio full demncrntic strength and 1l! be- low Helen t for :i choioo. It Is not n t all improbable ilvit Walsh's vot.i may roach nn.v nnM Jiiav. iii- pass '10. Hut that, wi'l bft itiduf- fu'ient to ele'-t and the Oonrad ojtpo- 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 Gov- ernor Xorris. Tho' talk in his favor Is quite strong, although no democrat has yet a ballot for him In tbe Albuquerque, NT. M-> Jan. romplcto returns from Knlurday's olec- tion show the ratification of the const Hut Ion of tho proposed state of New Mexico by a miijorjty of approx- imately 18.000. The few remote prc- yet to be heard from will not change the result materially, thoujrh the majority will probably bo Inci-eitsed. The featuro of Uu> oleotlon was the nl- compbUe dijiappoarance of purty HnuH. In Santa Ko county, nlmont eviuily divided polltteally, Iho mnjorlty for the constitution was In Out milldly deiiioci'atlc Bounty of t'haves, the mnjnrlly I'nr conntitutlon wan 1.7M1, while In the eijually Mid rupnh- Hcnn coumy of Vnlonoiu the coiiHtHu- tlon curried by riomii ftO.OOo vntoH wni'f thrrn br'lnir IH.'tOO for nnd iiKiilnal, Tim riinklllnitnn a inujorliy In nil nave Din-i! nf the :ft eountleM