Clark Bribery Investigation Washington, Jan. 10. The senate committee on privileges and elections held only one session in its hearing in the Clark senatorial election case today. to-day. Ex-State Senator Whiteside of Montana Mas the only M-itness. It M-as the fourth day of the examination, i When the committee adjourned at noon Mr. Faulkner announced that he had for the present concluded the cross-examination of Mr. Whiteside, but that he would ask for his recall later in order to propound certain questions ques-tions which he was not yet ready to put, and upon which he M-ould undertake under-take to impeach his testimony. Mr. Campbell, representing the anti-Clark petitioners, also stated that he Mished to ask a few more questions on redirect redi-rect examination, and on this account it is expected Mr. Whiteside will be on the stand M'hen the hearing is resumed tomorrow. Try to Impeach Whiteside. Ex-Senator Faulkner today resumed his cross-examination of Mr. Whiteside. He began the day's proceedings in an effort to break d..wn the testimony of Mr. Whiteside concerning the part taken ta-ken by State Senator Clark of Madison Madi-son county in (xnosing the alleged misconduct of his namesake in con- , nection with the senatorial election. I Whiteside repeated his statement I that he had seen Mr. Clark of Madison go alone to the ro m of Wellcome, one of the managers for Senator Clark, and also that Mr. Clark of Madison had asked for a day to consider the proposition propo-sition to enter into the agreement to expose the alleged bribery proceedings. He assented that the suggestion that the state senator's vote could be secured se-cured had not originated M'ith him. but with Wellcome. He said many of these points had not h-an touched upon at ; the legislative investigation or before 'the grand jury, because both these : proceedings M-ere comparatively brief. : ' At Mr. Faulkner's instance Mr. White- j 'side M-ent over the details of the trans- I action with State Senator Myers, who j , was one of his associates in the alleged i exposure, and also told again the circumstances cir-cumstances under which money was given to him. Both transactions had been conducted in the bath room of Wellcome's room at the Helena hotel. Mr. Whiteside also detailing some of the particulars of a visit made to New York and Washington by himself in ; February last year. ! He said he had met here among others Mr. Campbell, counsel in the I case, and Mr. Durston. He had not I met them by appointment, but they I naa aiscussea whether tney should make their disclosures to congress' before be-fore the adjournment last March or M-ait until the beginning of the present session. He and Mrs. Camnbell had been the most active agents in the I present prosecution. ! Replying to a question as to whether the Daly faction had ever used money in politics. Mr. Whiteside said that he did not know; that charges of such use of money by Mr. Daly had been made by .the newspapers freindly to Mr. Clark; that the corrupt practices had begun in. 1893. Mhen Clark was a candidate can-didate for the senate, and had continued contin-ued throughout the state capital fight, M hen money was poured out like water, and in subsequent sessions of the legislature leg-islature until the last session, M-hen the . climax M-as reached. He had then determined de-termined to do M-hat he could to put a stop to the practices, hence his activity activ-ity in this prosecution.