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PAGE TBJtfc;- THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBEH 152, ltUl. ."V I it ? 3L 1 4 1 i ! 'v. v. " " . - 2, - - v : - -: ri-c C v ; "V VJ THE CRYMNG DEMAND FOR . - KING OF Slip TOBEliOWIIED Coronation Exercises to Be Held at Bangkok, Early in December. (National Nws Association) WASHINGTON. D. C, Nov. 22. Announcement of the apoplntment of Col. Leo Feblger, commanding the Sixth Cavalry, now in the Philippines, to represent the United States as mili tary attache at the coronation of the Xing of Slam draws public attention to the ceremonies that will make the city of Bangkok a center of attraction early next month. The leading na tions of the world will be represented at the coronation. Prince Fushiml has been named to head the Japanese delegation and England is sending an embassy headed by Prince Louis of JBttteaberg. France, Germany, Italy and father European nations also . are eatftnf special ambassadors. The ceremonls and festivities in con nection with the crowning of the new king will extend over an entire week. From every part of the Siamese king dom the princes and nobles and mili tary and civil officials will assemble in the capital to renew their allegiance to the new sovereign. The tenor of the oath that they are required to take on this occasion seems to Bhow how Siam has preserved its own identity. Here are some of the phrases used in it: "We pray the powers of the deites to plague with poisonous boils and with all manner of horrible diseases the dishonorable, the disobedient, and the treacherous. When they have depart ed this life may they be sent to horri ble hell." The new king, whose full name is Somdetch Chow fa Maha Wajiravaudb, succeeded to the throne upon the death of his father a year ago last Oc tober. He was born about 30 years ago and was proclaimed Crown Prince when he was 15. He was educated in England and learned soldering at Sandhurst, Aldershot and Potsdam. La ter he spent some time in Paris, and then having acquired a good conversa tional acquaintance with both English and French, he was sent back to his country to go into training for the du ties which he would later have to perform. BAPTISTS DEBATE COLLEGE FOR GIRLS (National News Association) GULFPORT, Miss., Nov. 22. Three days of interest and activity for the leaders of the Baptist - denomination were ushered in here this morning with the formal opening of the annual meeting of the Mississippi Baptist con vention. The roll call showed an un usually large attendance of ministers and lay delegates representing the Baptist churches throughout the state. Following the exchange of greetings and the completion of organization the nnnimntfnn o rvYi V zx Hav in llcranino to the annual reports irom tne col leges, hospitals, orphan asylums and other institutions maintained by the denomination. One of the important matters to come before the convention is the proposal for the establishment of a new Baptist college for girls in this state. All EXPRESS INQUIRY Interstate Commerce Com mission Begins Probe. Richmond Lodge, 196 F. & A. M., will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 5th, at 7:30 p'. m. to elect officers for the en suing year including one Trustee for three years. By order of the Wor shipful. M. D. Poulter, Secy. 22-lt (National News Association) NEW YORK, Nov. 22. The Inter state Commerce commission began a series of important hearings in this city today with the object of determin ing whether the rates charged by the big express companies doing business in the United States are reasonable and just. The investigation is regard ed as one of the most important that the commission has yet undertaken. It is the direct result of numerous con.plaints received from commercial organizations and individual shippers in all parts of the country. These com plaints have cited many alleged abuses incident to the regulations and prac tices of the express companies. The commission will endeavor to find out why the express companies persist in keeping their tariffs practically secret. The basis of their division of profits with the railroads also will receive at tention. The express companies have shown some disposition to oppose the investigation and it is not expected the inside facts in the matter will be gain ed except as the result of a stenuous fight BEEF BARONS STILL DODGING THE TRIAL (National News Association) CHICAGO, Nov. 22. Attorneys for the nine of the ten millionaire pack ers facing trial for criminal violation of the Sherman anti-trust law today had Judge Kohlssat make a formal entry in the United States circuit court of the degree quashing the writ of habeas corpus. The appeal from his decision wil be filed befor the U. ! S. supreme court justice Day at Can j ton. Ohio, late today. 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