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THE INTEU-IGEIMCER HAS THE LARGEST MORNING NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA ——^— , --- 14 paces I fyy rnr I the weather i /%/ <• Probably looal thundar ahowara w#d N,~ . NT ^ ▼ 'V'W noaday; Thuraday fair. - — — -- L VOLUME L ! X., NO. 241 \v H F F F i vr w \t a * • — c~r *— • *■ — . . f _ r , ,— - ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ — - —1— wheeling, w- NA- mi 3-.„. i'll.. price two cents State Legislative Farce Ended Lawmakers Adjourned rhtlv Legislation Passed Was Bill to Appropriate Funds to Pay Salaries. DEMOCRATS REFUSED TO PASS PRIMARY Efforts of Republicans to Force Measure Thro ugh Defeated by V\ atson-( Tiilton Gang. L i “f DEMOCRATS GLAD; GOVERNOR DISAPPOINTED Special t,. Tli# Inte'.ligcnrer CHARLESTON. W. Va. May . *0.—The Democrats are Jubi lant to-night over their suc cess In blocking any legisla _ ,io*'- casting what they think * rebuke on Governor Glass I cock tor convening the legisla ture In special session. .. Governor Glasscock had no i statement to give out to night, which settles conclusively that he will not ask the legislature as at present constituted to en act any other legislation, tie * showed that h« was disappoint ed that the legislature had not enacted the legislation each P**rty was plodffod to ^nact, | and especially that the Demo crats had failed to ratify ^ r their action In February. It Is the general opinion In Republican circles tonight that the Republicans had made a good showing and could go before the pcopu* on a record that would be certain to put the next House of Delegates In control of the Republicans and repudiate the tactics pursued hv the t'hlltonWatson corpor stloniied gang and many sub | terfuges used to deceive the * public. THE DICTATORS AGAINST PRIMARY LEGISLATION ff=l cH*fto»es i III/ I -—; -jr .... ♦ l'"” T Ingraft CHARGES -___ - j — Dynamite W. Va. Home GIPL AND BFD BLOWN THROUGH CFILING IN FIENDISH DYNAMITE OUTRAGE IN BARBOUR COU NTY. PROSECUTE TRUST HEN Government Considers Criminal Ac tion Against Individuals in Big Companies. CONGRESS ASKS «PEEO •N T M r COURT ACTION American Tobacco Company to Ac cept Decision Without Fight_ To Issue Oil Mandates. _.!_* ~~_;J Will Abide by Law. NEW York. May *>». The American Tolurro company 1 will unilrrtnke in nil Rood faith u readjustment of Its af- 1 , fairs as directed by tic* I'nlted States supren ** court, accord Ins in an official ► 'atoment ' carefully prepared by officers of the company and riven on! ' | this afternoon bv W \v. Fuller, the rorpora'lon’s chief conn- ' * sel. f ' -j--— -;-i WASHINGTON. May nr The pos sibilitics of rriniluitl pro-ecutlotm of i the individual members of the to baceo mist, which was ordered dls ' solved by tin- supreme court yester- ' day. are helmc carefully considered at lhe department of Jumbo Neither Attorney General Wicker sham nor any of bis assistant* on the LIk cove would mak< nn> statement I fodnv ns to Up. probable course of flu. roveminent, and no rterb ;on on that point Is likely to be made for several da vs. H h to t'i» Tnt*:u«en. en. HKI-l.ViTON, W. Vn.. May 30.— lias taken place In I'arbonr county for nhour throe miles from here, at mid Henry Sturm-, was Mown to pieces wl building and fatally Injuring Sturm's The family consisted of Mr and Mrs. the daughter who was fatally injured, ground d I recti} under the house of s whole bulldtnr was badly shattered, sleeping was thrown through ’he cell badly Injure’ thit It a thought she c pie were not aervusiy Injured, tmt h log used, and It I* expected that Hr I Vrlia r>B the most f!..ndi=h crime th.it many years occurred on Sugar fTe«k. night last night, when the home of th dynamite. completely wrecking tho daughter, who Is about "<> >o«*rs old. Sturms. each about 60 year* old, and A great hole was Mown In tho ufflcl- nt si/e to bury n horse, and the The bed in which the young lady was Inc of the house, and the gfrl was so an only 111* n few hour* The old peo adlv shaken up. Rlood hounds are lie , re«fs will lio made yet tonight. ST CAL V. TOUWO. InteUiaencsr Bureau. Charleston. W V*.. May 30. (lie Special session of the West Vir ginia legislature, convened jn .•xtm •'rdlnary session on May J>; by Govor nor \\ r.i, K Glasscock fo enact a pri«r •rv election and corru it prartfe -s aot* and appropriate money i,.r the 'innse of hold auch session, ad '•timed sine die at c tu tonight; that ■ the senate did. The house, lenor ne the senate, took unto itself the t ight fo adjourn when It desired with out rffe concurrent action of the higher deliberating body. The third It'-m in the proclamation • "as passed. The others w-rt* not. Why they were not is answered hv the words of Senators Mclntire and MacCorkle. the latter the law partner •f I'nlted Staii-H Senator William K. ■'hilton. and the former one of the rep resentatives of Watson In the eastern panhandle Mclntire stated In a -peech on the floor of the senate Mon day. discussing the Coffman primary Gill and in refusing to vote for It, "We didn't come lu re to do it, and we don't , intend to do it." Senator MacCorkle Milt afterr.een, tn insisting that the e« nate adjourn! ___ r "It is known the house will not pass legislation that we (the senate- will not pass there, and th»- house will not pass ours " Chilton-Watson Victory. This was the plan from tfe very *r»t The Chilton Watson form* con tended before the eolop w< r< called together that they would tdork any 'glslafion railed for In the pro<|ar. 'Ion. They contended »h- same a! I’tinr during the s< .slon, and .•*. a final -’imas. as a subterfuge, passed through fhs house, under the w Nation’s Dead Honored MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS. Flowers cast on waters. 10:30 am | Graves of veterans d»eoraie<l. ! 11am Annual G A II parade at 2:30 p. m | j Freidrlchn' h'-vrlr rare. ; *a pm | German soldiers' plrnlr at Island V M C. A Hod.hon I'hII fame. Flnslness s'-nern'lv suspended With honed heads and iremlillmt lips the veterans of the f'|\|1 War throualiniit the nation v<-*terdsv t>uid tribute to fhelr enmrs'lt I who have answered the hrr,t reii .n | and have rone to t„|n tv i» v ho va*e up their Mv* ■ on th* tl*d*l *t* hat* I*. tp answer, to the * rv **f Lincoln for t ohm t*v*rs When the hlare o' the h'lfle call was sound* 1 vpsterdav after*,eon bv the *'«*' cdral * idets, rsllinp *l • veterans tit** no i*.r flu- annual |stride to rrmelerles. th- little hand full of veterans that are left responded with the *!tm" fire In th*dr vonrv eves tha' was there when th..* charged H- r< r the hit tie f. Id • d rnrrv1n«J then ,»lir.s er***-t rnsrrhed with a*, -1»..*■) V h *.'rlde a ’ I ts, re*, rms of foreign service who led the parade U* nt atul t-nv «i*h ar* the battle.! scarred llftl* hamirull o' » i.ru ,,r< ' T »e*| . t ,i*hetle • rlil -S thee swung down Market street wi*h nid Glorr i flutterlni. In the hreere Manv were too fertile to walk, and r< do to the j ee tuotrrlea In aulos Those who WMlk' 1 were worn nti* after rum pletl- t> the long march, ff'd had the weather been as warm as *m peered | In* da' • nmnv would have h* u ovr.r I '•'•m** i ncorerlnr their h»s>i«, tha p*i'r otic Ameriean saluted the he (Csslls'iM on Pag* I* ) Restrain Mob foreigner Accused of Assaulting Woman Landed in Jail— Lynching Prevented. *1 f»t*p*itrh t-» v:i«t Intelligencer 1 'V\l HER LA Nr». Md . M»»v *0.- Fol lowing the trail of the foreigner hu» pecfed of criminally assaulting Mrs. 8wcrnr, of this dtv, through a den so 1 fog to the rugged slope of the Alle gheny mountains, the Isindls blood hound* of Fairmont led a posse to n lonely hut situated on the slope of the mountain and the suspect was placed under arrest Although surrotincled by more than a hundred armed men. the prisoner made a feeble attempt to resist arrest, hut fir.ally surreucp*red when the man hunters started after him The crime vth which the prisoner Ir cPnrged Is the most filendfsh ever committed in this section of the state, and there was talk of a lynching bee, but the prort'jpt »• tlon of the author)- | t|c* prevented this \n armed rnoh was In th«* act of storming the lall when thev v ere halted by the sheriff and a |torse of «|« pipP s CANNON rATAL. 0*'« Oyinq an#1 Of hara Hurt at Monongjhrft. MONONH \ MF'.I, t »’a Mar an f’harlra f}!' *r#n ■ 10 th* rwtult of Ulnr thnt fhrotirh th** !• »«!v with a rut pip* rnnmvl from an o|#t rmonlh born ran non that baa not HIM a man In flffv yanra 1>r1 | Mart-hall ai:r»| If. h*i«1 hla rltbt th»i*i»b torn off ftrnl \rtl»'»r Wilton, ae*r in. had hta riotMna l»'irnol from h'w bfwfr j *ti#l hi* oar flrum wTi'.l* t'har'oa Htr-rl, aa*f| IH anH .foaopb Marshall with, thro a other* wo rr *#»r frriatr h'irnol by powijor Uncle Zcb and Ihf Weather .-- «ssr j '“hip «•! h!« thnnli»r • no hla I'lwi V r or w* , T bafora ha fc* Hart ntr wrATftrm warfiviwciTOiv, **•? in F^raraat: W MUrn r*Miaf| , r*nla ana Ohio.— , ?•' ' •! IhnnAnr *h-a Fr'iHMf l<*c*; t hMf - *■'*’ ^,K* U Tbnrta*/ fair. T» pt#om'0 Rsfnr/I. .. The *uprem« court'* mandn’o in the Standard IHI rare probably will be trailed at the requert of the depart ment of Jiirtne aoon after the ru preme court clerk'* office t* opened tomorrow The month* alteq to the Stand ard oil to illrridic will *;ln with1 • h« Irrnance of the mandate of the ! court It will hn directed to the ' Irrtilt court of ihe 1'ntfed State, for the eaa'rrn dirtrtet (,f Mlrrmjrl. In w hich Hie rn*o originated. Aocapt Oec.Irion. It !« rewarded a* ni^rw iUat\ fnl If the tobacco corporation* will j avail Ihrttiwlvrt of the opportunity J Itrnnted hy the court Ju*t before It mljonmed to file a motion for n n heartna within tb1r*v dry*. The n» tlttido of the court 1. rewarded nr hoatlle to Mich a reuueat t'hlef .tur flee White ha* l»t Ihe corpora tion* underrtand that a delay of thirty day* In prea. ntfn* an tin auicerrful petition for re hearing will mean lhal Hie *1* or elKht month* ' rlren them to pct intt» harmony with the law will he r< die ed Jttal *o manv day* A reaolutlon cnlllti* upon the after ncy teneral to Inform the hoiia* whether he hn* undertaken criminal prowecilflon of the Atnerlrart To bftren eompanv and If* officer* wa* Introduced today hy f|cpre*entvlye I Iff rn* of Tennerree |r .-fr-h proreen flon ha* not been tnatltnted the a' form y palter 11 |* rerynetrtrd in e» I plain hi* reason* GET FUGITIVE. Stnte JIH,quo rrem Paymaster of U. %. Ship Georg|a ASM! AIH I.A. I*. Alny an Th" police rl.tlm Io have under atrc*» p,.*e t'dward A itritlne l.ec, Who Ir wanted hv the rolled Slate* department r.f. pint lee on the rh.vrpe of • toattnr jyc, j <mhi front the pavmaater of the I' s | ahlp Georgiy on February 11, 1911. J f r#nfn inw r» «l, v*i»h ;-roviFK'im . »h»f nr* fr**fv rto hf unron 9*HuttonjiI Th* ran'. untight (OoBtlatuA on Faqr« Tv*1fb) nimmnonmnmmnn. r ~ SCOTT DISAPPOINTSD. ap* (i! i' • i'»' • ♦ f • <*lUe*fi «r \V\SH!N»iTf»V. M •» !■• Senator Hrrtff h»>) railro; ;.n-1 «l«-«-p» r fWh«-*a. f>a<lv ' , j, . v„ I for Chnrlo-ton *»>ntirh» to .. i<1 tn th« primary flrht. whan Mia _ talaphona t « yiko fr< ' > t1* ^• I *oyartit>r »m frHrM an * nounnlna fha n'llouri t .* ■< of tha la«1«1a*i»ra Tha »• • a tor r* ' tlaatno'l th* tjnkafa v»|th *om» I rarr<*. aa ha tar nnmoi to aM In th> primary (tmt* l*lon la arnry war jamslhla I_ T Memorial Day in W. Va. Towns l»arr.iaoa of an Appropna*« Na'uio Ara Mold In Many Towna on Tu#»day lr«''«i * * • ■' * ■» VnU'itSTmVN, «■ \a Var *<*frir>rlAl frav ntnrn.na i.h'lfr Mi.- d fnnrmn of Hoffman f’«<» <■ i. -i • o «|a linn II RiiinT * mi«| »d a larpn parodo th'a roomII r «t*i ■ i. 'rrminaf' d In ffi" tonal o mi ’dio, • horn iho Bravra rrfflnr-oi ar*-d f ■ aft« rnoon »«r r« i • ■ «m ■ * * l-' »«* Wrf| On Pak'-r pr< I ' 'on Hr* K Brinkm.m and C. II b.Ji* * \ I i r ?*irrront £*+rr. .«#* k' Mir MUST. V. Va. \|.t <1 d»v *"■* ».h«»-rtn<f .in fjijJ, |1j in Fairmont, *lth lit'ln don..ration of i* \ kind Tin* Mridi> arid t*l> rnoi (rf«.t« of t|m t, \ ir aatw*i'<ii|rd in *li»lr halla and rrnr«*hod to thn t«*m«* t*rii> aham ii<- rrati of d»|inrt*ol ' "mr.ido n«*rr rmvrn d loo|. |.;irlt. 'M» I ifidnonn n**ar . ,,,,i ,f III" 'Hi, " in forma lit o|n*n».|, nnd L'i«" riowtli "iwr,» a |*-ir» of tlir da . f» Th" I- oiti'-a- ht ro »tl*‘ fr**r a „-.,i larrt- n itnb; i of rlt in took adran i — mtta »•«. • 1 PHILIPPI __ Veteran* Crowd Town at Second Day of Celebration of First Civil War Hattie. PROMINENT MEN MAKE ADDRESSES OF DAY. M«i*t Elaborate Decoration Day Celebration in History of Harbour County. PHILII FI, \\ . \ a.. May 3^.—The second day of the reunion of the blue and the gray In celebration of the Urst battle of the civil war here In 1861 was marked by a crowd so vast that portions of the program could not be carried out Capt. K. P. Hease. of Bel Ingfon. way the chairman of the day, and Rev. Eugene Weaver, of this city, opened the day's exercises with pray' er. There followed the ting raising, at which Judge Solomon F. Protity, con gressman from Iowa, made the prin cipal address. Other addresses were made by Judge Brown, congressman from this state; Judge A. O. Payton anil others. The afternoon was marked by a par Rde of the fraternal organizations and exercises at the graves of tne fallen dead of the war. the addrosa being mad»* by Rev. P. T. L. Queen, chaplain of the oldest organization of the blue and gray in the T’nited States, the I>oat at Jacksonville. Fla. Rev. Queen was a former Philippi minister m the pre-war da vs Pr p If. Jones, of Poe Hill. Vn.. followed. Paring the day there were many special features In the way of haloon ascensions, private reunions and vaudeville programs. The parade of the school children had to be post poned because of the crush on the streets, while the fireworks display was delayed until Wednesday follow-1 ing the mistake of the railroad com 1 pany In leaving the fireworw* nt . Clarksburg. The feature of the reunion tomor- j row will b“ a cavalry parade, with a ' ball game between Brnaddus and Phi- | lippi. with a camp fire. Senator Chil ton Is to be present, while a detach ment of W Va. militia Is to arrive to- j morrow under (leneral Elliott. GETTYSBURG Thousand* Gather on Oid Battlefield ' to Participate In Exercise*. OETTYBUI7HG. l>a.. May 30.— " ’•'"ixjtntls gathered on the battleQeli) of Gettysburg today lo pay their an-1 mini tribute of respect to the memory 1 of those w ho foucilt nnd fell here 43 : years ago. The rerenionles In the Na tional cemetery followed a parade of military and rlvic organisations. From th*» rostrum which stands on' the spot where President ljneoln de- ' llvered his Gettysburg speech ad dresses were made by Colonel Willis j li. Ktm-rson, of 1,ob Angeles. Cal., past [■ommnmler of Cort>oral Heulfv Post ! No. ■>. and tho Kev. John W IlfTt. oft New York. 2.000 Veteran* (n Line. CHICAGO, May 30.—Civil War vet erans. two thousand strong, sang; "John Brown's Body.” "Marching Through Georgia" and other war l -ne s*ir.es ns they led the Memorial I lav parade today up to the point of review Ti e crowds first cheered and J ih»-n joined In the songs It was said this would h« the last lii-eoratlon I'ay parade of Chicago veterans At National Cemetery. BlfABPSBI’HG. Md . May 80.—Bev- I erul thousand persons attended Me morial I'ay eternises at Antletam Na tional eem«'i«ry Tho weather was beautiful end moderately warm For mer 1' tilted Htates Senator Thurston. i nf Nebraska, delivered the oration. ' find nfter the sen lees llin gravr* of . th« I'nton dead were strewn wi*h llow era Day at Columbus. rnMMBt'B. O. May 3f»- Fnrmer| senator T l! b'nrnkrr mas the speaker *t the Memorial Hay rscri laea here The McKinley monument In th« 8laf<* llotiee around* was adorned with flow era and later there a as a parade of i-eterana Flowers for 14.000 Dead MVMPMTS. Tenn. Mar an Memo rial eaorrlses In honor of the tl.nnit Federal dend Interred In the National -ofneterv near here, were held hy two lv*t* of the firand Army of the He ; public to-day. Taft Speaks. WAHHINOTON, 1) C. Mar Sfl — : Pnder the shnded arches of the Ar Itnitton National cemetery President Taft spoke todar not so much as the Mend of peace, hut as the enemy of war Assembly Observes Day. TVASIlINfSTON. Pa. May 3n r>lf ’*Tin* from most romrnnnttlea a tout | he country In their Memorial Hay oh ■ Mam*, th's community rats oyer Ihe mitre day to hnnornR the memo ry of the fallen soldiers Not a hall | rime athletic creel '*r smusern< lit of I try kind was held, and all business I i in eu-bended. rvi\ to the necessary • I rue stores Itesldcs the cemetery rt j •rclsos. the f| A It at<ended the Pn| I ted Presbyterian timers! As*emhly In I » body, head-.! hv a police escort led t !• S'ryeant Atcynrdcr Hankln. who' led the hand as It played "Home, i Sweet Home while Heneral Hubert Y l.ee anryendered hia sword to lien sral I' F tlrant at Appomattoy Charleston Woman Dying. KIWI MOM'. 1 • Tnt *n Mrs W tv Vs ears old. a patlnfi' at a prlrate ho« Hal here, when left alone today, fell non a second story window of the in itltntlon and was prubahty fatally In «r*ih One Life the Toll Of Mad Auto Race CAPITAL GOSSIP 1 Weit Virginia Members of Congress Absent From Capital at Present. Ppeelal PUpetrh to the Tntelttrenrer. WASHINGTON. D C. May 30 — l Representative I>avls Introduced a bill Hiving John Batchler, of Wheeling, a peuslcn of $30 a month. Senator Chilton let- town to-night for Philadelphia. Represc-ntative Brown, after spend ing a few days at Klngwood, returns here to-morrow. Bomb for Banker _ FOREIGNERS THREATEN HEAD OF DEFUNCT WELLS VILLE BANK. Move Marie to Throw Silver Into * Bankruptcy Following Bank Failure. T>i*nat'-h to the tntelllgen'-er. WELLSVILLE. O.. May 30—Effort* ip protect the depositors of the Silver Hanking Company of Wellsville. wfclch assigned yesterday, were made today when a motion was preparod to be filed In the Tnlted Slates Dis trict Court in Cievc-land. asiflng Presi dent Silver to he declared a bankrupt and trustee appointed. The motion is supported by an af fidavit in which it is declared that Mr. Sliver, in making a deed of assign- j incut, committed an act of bankrupt cy. Should the motion bo granted Referee in Bankruptcy C. «\ Connell, j i of Lisbon, will appoint the trustee. _ . % Harroun Wins In Marmon C ompleted r>00 Miles at Indian* apolis in 6 Hours and 11 Minutes. .. --. ». Vl FATALITY OCCI'RRED EARLY IN THE RACE ^’5 Croud Thirsted for Accidents and Raced From One Spill to Another. MOTOR SPEEDWAY. INDIANAP OLIS, Ind.. May 30.—One life was sacrificed and several men were in jured today in the first flOOmll* motor race on a speedway. The yreat test of skill and endurance was won by Hay llarroun, driving a Mar aion car, in 6:41:08. Closely press ing llarroun for the victory were Ralph Mulford with a Lorier. who Inished second, and David Bruce Drown, who drovo a Fiat to third place. Many thousand spectators roared sneourngetnent to the forty piloU that started the race at 10 o'clock this morning, and with unflagging en huslasm cheered the leaders In the last lap of the race and watched the Held pound around the last course to leclde the lesser honors. Death Claims Victim. In the most Forlntis accident of the lay. S. P. Dickson of Chicago, uechanlclan for Arthur Grenier, drlv ng sn Amplex, lost his life In an op. <et on the hack stretch. The race jad been going only a few mlnutea ind the Amplex was in Its thirtieth nlle when the rim of one of the front wheels flew off The car twisted md hopped about on the track, hurl- • teats. DP k son was thrown Hg&inst a enoo twenty feet from the ear and errlbly mangled. Ho was killed in itantly. Oreiner was knocked unconscious, mut after he had boon revived at the ield hospital. It was found that his >nly injury was a fractured arm. Series of Accidents. A series of succeeding accidents hrliled the immense crowd, pitched o n fearful expectancy, and kept hnusands of eyes strained on the rack for a fatal collision that seemed mtnlnent whenever several cars lashed close to each other. Men in ured in tho mishaps were as foi ows: Dave Lewis, mechanician for Teddy retzlafT (Ixmzier); right leg broken lear hip. Harry Knight, driver of Festcottj' ireast bruised and possibly Internal njtiries. - g John T Olover. Knight's mechanl inn: body bruised. Hob Evans, mechanician for Jack rower I Jackson); body bruised when le leaped from car. John Wood, mechanician for Joa acersburger (Case); run over and irnlaed after leaping from car. The crowd was too big to he con rolled by the company of militia and he hundreds of special pol'cemen osted shout tho grounds. The spec atfmrs swarinod across the infield rhon Dickson was killed and pressed lose about his body and that of tha nrotiiclous Greiner. Soldiers had to lub their guns to clear a spar# for he surgeons when the ambulance at* Ived. Crowds Thirst for Accident. The throng was wild with excite ment nnd rushe«l back and forth over he field when other accidents were eported from one point or another round the two and one half mil* rack. At the IKo-mile mark Bruce Brown el n new record, regardless of elassl cation. His time was 1:1#: 12. as gainst Dawson's old mark of 2:01 ep. rrwi: runs mgn against Mr i Silver in Welisville. Foreigners are nald to have wanted to blow up his country home. He ha* remained in Lisbon wince the crash. Development!! to-day show that the heaviest loser t« Herman Schaeffer, proprietor of the Schaeffer hotel, lie had J1R.000 on i 1 deposit. Other losers ate: First United l’reshvterlan church. IS.OOO; Tri-State Gas Company. J.t.pno; Mrs. Bird Porter, $4,000; Robert Wooster. , grocer, $4.0"0. Julius Goetz, clothier, i , $3.COO; S Riicbrn, Junk dealer. $.3,000; | Morrow Brothers, retail merchants. I | $3.HO0; Hurry Lounds and John Keark. ' dancing instrnctors. $«oo. /Tsslgnce A (i McK-!nzt« will as-! sunte charge of the hank to-morrow, ; ' The Limit - i« Pinchers Are Lowered Down Woman’s I • Throat and Paper Clip Was 1 ■ Pulled From Lungs. nnumomu, May 30.—noie-li gates to the convention of the Laryng- ! ological Association witnessed a re- i markable Biirglcal operation here to < day wh< n Dr Chevnller Jackson, of 1 Pittsburg, without the use of a knife. 1 removed a brass paper clip that hnd 1 been embedded in a young woman’s ' lung for eight years 'The Instrument 1 used was a bronchoscope, to which * was attached a tiny electric light, a ’ reflector and minute forceps. Tha 1 1 tube was lowered down the patient’s throat and the clip rat removed after .. about an hour’s work. FATAL CUTTING : Foreign Boarding H uwr Beene of Cut- T ting Affelr, i ft 1 • •!'« Inlrl.lgrn.er FAIRMONT W V«. May So.—WI1- T Ham Smith White, iced 2D ycnre, won J po-bably fafnlly al/ibbed In a fight ' which '•(»nrrcii »t Grant Town thin mf 1 ternoon. Smith wan vinltlnc at tb*|r l««rdln( hoiiao of Mra. I.tiach. when 1 * the frotible oernrred It ia elnlmed * that Jim Hooker, allaa Panhandle, f who did the enftlnr. went outafde and B refullv ehnrp-ned hla knife, thon re * tnrned and without warning aecaulfed " Smith, Mahhins him twice In the bowela, the Inteatlnea protruding from | ^ the ent«. ContliM* Hawking arrrgted * llnnkor. 1 Challenged to Duel. f ST PKTFRSIU'HO. May .10 —On- « eral K leighel*. ei-Oovernor general of 1 Kler. hne challenged Alexander Stovl pin, a leading political writer of the Xovoe Vremye. end brother of the 1 Premier, to a duel, on aeeonnt of an " article which appeared In that paper !" with refepenee to the trial of t olonel Von I.tarllarekl ill** and the rare took form from what id appeared to he a parade of mi bines Then ear* l«z*n to east re*, burned out by the fierce grind ver the brick pavement. Steering «ar« began to give way In front of 1e grand stand. Joe Jagershurger'a see ear got away from him and witched bn»-V and forth across the rack Wood, th* mechanician, leaped ut and fell. The car passed over Im. Other care were rushing on him, ut all swerved safely by n* ho rose nd staggered from the track escept larrv Knight's Wesfcnft. This rap lunged to the Inner fence, threw out night and Olover and caroened gainst Herbert l,yttle'a A p person irnlng It over Cer Turns. Turtle. When th* raci w>< half over. Ixintg labrow's Pope Hartford throw a tire i the entrance of the home stretch nd awerved In front of TetilafP* osier. In tho collision, the rear (Ooatlimsa n Twelfth P>(( | Terse Telegraphic Tips AlXKVTmV*. r» Fifteen I how *»nd dollar* waa paid Ihla afternoon Hi a .leraay cattle rale at 4'noper»borg fi r the hull Noble, of Oakland*, and P7.fW>® for hla dam. Ivtdv Viola, the htaheat prfbe* e»er paid at auction for animal* of tht* breed MBAI>VTIdJC, l"a Sherman T f’mera. *g»d 4* a boilermaker. I* «lle*ed to bare thrown a gla** dl«h af Id* wife during a quarrel to-night. In fit cling a gaah In (he back of the neck whlrh rnttaed death within a few minute* OKLAHOMA CITY—Following a meeting her* yeitrrday more than I,non men marched to the city halt and demanded the resignation of Mat or Jacket, who tilth the city council haa retimed to vacate hta office In famr of the newly elected mayor and the city com m leaf oner#. PORT IIITMKf. Mich The Yontuf Men's Huainepa Aeaix latlon of Pott Huron haa received the acceptance of Sir Tt'llfrld I wirier, to rlalt Pork Huron In September. on the tame day that President Taft will he hern. AKRON, Polo.—l>r Robert l, O Hrlcn. formerly of W ashington, ft P . waa crushed to death under hla automobile, near her* today.