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THE WEATHER Fair, Continued Warm Friday: Satur day, Probably Showers and Cooler. -- VOL'1 V l,IX„ NO, „„_W U E E I. I N G , W. VA„ FRIDAY. AUGUST M, 10,,. PRICE TWO CENTS POLICE STOP DEMOCRATIC FREE FOR ALL New Jersey Committee in Riot Oxer Insult by Memtier to (in'ernor Wilson. DECLARE SEAT VACANT FILLED BY J. R. Nl tiENT diligent Called the Democratic Presidential Possibility “An liigrate.' ASBl’RY l*.\KK. N I . Aug. 10 — Fourteen members of the Democratic Sia|e Committee. the exart number necessary for a quorum. voted this af tertioon to declare vacant the chair manship of tin* organization, occupied Ity Janies R. Nugent. who was recently asked to resign because of his alleged reference to Governor Woodrow Wil son as -an Ingrate" and In other op prohrious terms Their attlnn fol lowed rioting, which the police were failed upon to quell, and was taken after Nugi nt and a supporter had left [he room and the quorum had been re established by other members of the committee. The meeting was called to order by Ntiger, t, who claims that he was not officially notified that it would be held. Rioting followed an attempt on the part of Nugent sympathizers, non members of the committee, to cjei t front the room James C, Kraft, an anti-Nugent man. who declared he belli the proxy of William l\ Mavis, of < amdeti. Kraft was hauled out, re entered the room and was put out again. Nugent det taring that t.;.- proxy w;ts "s f ike " Following the departure of Nugent and the re-establishing of a quorum, '"ice Chairman Wills put the question, which was unanimously carried, along with the prop, .al to till the vacancy on August 21. At his Sea dirt resident •> tonight doremer Wilson smiled when tol l of the result, but mad** no comment. WHITE SEEKS PEACE Miners' Head Conferring at P.ttsburg • n Effort to End Labor Dispute. I \'!>!AN.\ Pol.IS. \uk. |o -Confer em .'i- w ith the •'Insurgent" miners and with the recognized officials of The Pittsburg ijtst net I be held to-innr row b' President John P White, of tin* t tilted Mm#* Workers, who le: To-night for that* cite Twentycight local utiiotis were suspended nr.-iul.. by The Internal, mai executive board. The suspended unions are those whose officers were in the romp con •option, which refused to participate n The fe election of Vr KVis p.-eh in is district president. but chose a timer named tiibbons as president President White takes the posr.nri 'hnf the locals concerned In ihe rump convention" must abide liy r.... '»»'» of the onion. ||e h is insisted he »a>s. that they repudiate their . i..e tion. If if ts d< sired to contest •Vehan's I'ls'-tlun, he says p ..bn-i'u -te ilone Affording to the rnnstiruiion md laws of -be unions DEATH BY ACID Mi ell Knf,*n Charleston Man Comm t» Suicde—Cause Is Un known M 'I .!•>!•■• HI\RI.I STUN \V V. |n Mi urtn !;<•!."!< r. a«,"| *. ri « '|, • lull finnriTi It! ' • !•■ r. >mIiiii ' *• ,| HU • III,. *»»iif(Hif lij tnkinir «-.irf■:11- -|, .1 * i ■ “« !I k|i<ikn fhrini • ■ ..i'll ■'* Mm -> I.- murrlmd «!>••.n *«,, *. ,r ,> 'n :i Mr* Mo|>|irr ||» te ir veil i,. hi* v if* . a iirnrhi-r .ir I * *f* r v* r»a*nn fur tin- t i-nuld |,*- ,v,..r f »ili< i| **i niirti* B j P’nnsylvan a Plan* I3.,rns til ;.| .< - • ro. • I " • fil li , I’rairir. si in* iii.iiur • '*>mi my. t,.| fnf i Mtn*- *hr« MhhiI i|, » i ., , 'fi-- iMirr in-* n s< * i r i i-rr- i if n up. il> nn m * ill in »ii»>*-,. Mir k|ifHHi| nf '!.#• fl nin * I.,, f | .it lit,f> Sea* Pn-at* Catcher SI I’ VI I., Min, . * |i t fi'i her Wiii irn Ki' i-,. nf itn' S' I'll ' ’ll*. Sk- tCIfi.i Ilf **i|*l In 'tin I'lf fkliiir. Na- .nfial f'.iin tut $ I" CAPT. JENKS NEW MILITIA INSTRUCTOR • ••■gna-j vv » R'gu'ar A. |r •«i||r.n.,r n r*->lt. W»«)iinr*' n nr: A v If, T>i«* *ar «’< -tmrttm nr » • -t. «», • I* I M f I. t,k . < M e | V*. r, • . fourth I' M If.fAD'f . .A A»i»f iftf'r’iftor for *iio \V. <t Virint, * rnlllt «. I ■(>* far,* <• now .»• fori 4 T"\«’T’ to t,o ,< r n .r f, I i - .* k * I harlrotoii aKIiiO tan *la , . « n»r,<V Yi" *<r1») appoint rl (fOxtruA-t'-r a» Kuui, W V . . , i l'« tr« j, r• • .r,.»u| |.,t .> l»'rl<i *.•* apjautiOuf ..'#r .it f’.a o' llllfo, Vlf f I M Mi'll'• Ii, r ti,n< >1 Tl<* » >art.t lir.ur lAta.r la* •• I • trod' I i - . »'< ' i i r tl afi fvi r ta for. tt.fitfrf ti\ th*. ICO' • rt tiiAtif l.jr fontfa 'a aonn to If.' Iti-hop (irm l>riH)un«-r«. ■» w - Bishop David H. Greer, of New York, formerly of Wheeling, who said: “Rest assured of one thing—no Epis copal clergyman in the diocese of New York will marry Colonel Ajtor and Miss Force. I will not allow it. The position in life of Col. A. or Gen. B. or Caot. C. or his wealth ur stand ing in society would not weigh with me one second. I trust some day our Church, like the Roman Catholic church. will not recognize ui vcrce or ar.y marriage after divorce. The whole foundation of our social system is threatened. I believe, by this divorce evil. Respect for map riage gone, respect tor mot lerhood goes With it. and my mind stands ap palled at the prospect.” H. G. FRICK QUITS THE UNION PACIFIC Rumored He Will Also Retire From the United States Steel Corporation. CONFLICTING REASONS CITED FOR ACTION. Close Federal Supervision Over Rail roads and Corporation* May Be Reason. NK’.V YORK. Vie Irt -The retire tnent of Henry ria> Frink from the directorate ».r the Fnlon I'acino Hnll rf,*'l f'otnpuny. wa* announced thin afternoon Mr Frink tendered h!n resist, -ion some day* ago. but nmh It L -a* said about hi* retirement un *il ’oil-' It is understood he will retir-- from otlar large corporation*, v -h which has been prominently M'-ti 111 • <1 fur inanv tears, Including \ o'-’’# Steel Fi.rporatlon. • i former ir<>n i.iit'ir m that !, primary pur l“‘-c rt-Mring fn m active Iln.inc1.il r ease • ! levote himself to othnr pur It hat Ms elite' d> l ill .etfltlg out <■' the Fnlon Pacific r.' Iruad * is that his activities In Mu’ ru d often con’! d w ith h's du'u - toe.lids t ■ I- \tci,lsotl. Tote ■ I "I <v Santa Fc. in which he I , w-rf laree holding* and In the i'ennsyl ' iii'. i railrool Mr Fro ■> s friend* also ifrrltn that be bettered such con nec’joti to t.e unwise at this time, " 1 ofi the fi deral EOVcrumetlf t- eti-r i nit such clo-e siiperyIsion over large r tllroad and indus'rlat i -orpnnt tint - whose affmrs are ho closely in ti r! if* d Like John D '» Action Mr Frink* reiremntit from I’ninti •’ t .UV I. ••k. led to t lie With dr o' ’'i*- life efi It* r Interests 'rt'lii’i t jst.lt- - H’eel when John l> Hoi . h r retired from that i or ! ra- to • |t v i* then said ttii* tl.i fjo* efi-S|i rs (leetr.ed thi-tr Vi fid tftatn* steel (f„,.n ' » "i *le *r other i ir|H»r.ite t o l ■ and.iri'i-re-’s - ■- ■ *’ r 'I ■* • s Is ctosnlv interwoven * h ■ ur ot the s - cat and Iron ittil e-’ry II*' on** *»* Xtelr* t if * * it* nunt and !• ejt in con‘id. n* • of tint r,„. ,, i ,«' * r Tti* v r *d i >* nous i| agr< - tn*-nf. tCsntlnnH *>n fVinMt Pvjt I ' r''f l»n hirtt' Ii '•« and imir mi, »• ■. * r #»- * '<,ri*-'jo f t * 1 ‘ofif roller of *lf Tf' ii it, Tr.,'i w<il fodn, (|>. |,|, ,| 'Im» »h< latod naval attyrnpriaMon it n‘ I' •ri/my flit i tcaaefa, |,f,. atrif. 1 miv , ri|>tm. • »li«- ndta'i'ar< » of ili« • Irlit limirU* Mr I fl>'|i . •. of U, ' Vireinia. tnip lr<’r* <!*«« • I In fh«> bourn. „ i.|i| for ff.c r» ef of loin I, Ininbar, and If lii I" • i r< fi i r> i| io the Miifimlf tee on war «1,-ilm* I O'O!,. i w Ml ii f 'otrii m of l>'»' >1 on the retired || i of the ■ (dll to -I . after I rcara 'arr l1'1* III ■ O'l noll»l| V. ift, 'lie |.:iy ' "'I a "I (.roil If, A VorJ, rily fro den* Taft today aenf a mm are of 'OMTi' il Iflofl to fho l^fra of I , i "for Ula n »h. H'.’il afim *• f irv of if, Indi'i'i n«l< nee of it, ,i ! l o,||,f ITT a 1 CUMMINS ANGERED Accinis Aldrich Monetary Com m!‘>ion of Extravagance and Deiayinx Report. SEN. HEVBl'RN INS ISIS t »)MMISSION A MISTAKE. Sen. Burton, of Su tmesis < uttintt Off of .JvngToEf feet Eeonomy Ir Work. \\ AfHIINtlTOX. Aug. |e. \<djsrous attack on tin- National* Ma*-cur\ Commission, of which former S«r>*oi Aldrich, of Ithodc Island, la chair-■ an. was made in the senate today, dur itig the discussion of a luil introduced | by Senator Cummins, of Iowa, callini; • m ihe monetary commission to make |ils fiual report to congress. In- lie .ember .1 next, after wliieh it would i be .Unsolved ( Senator Cummins charged the com mission with unnecessary extrava gance. and with delaying a report on , * he result „f it;, investigations, and j Senator ileyhurn, of Idaho, asaertod .that from both a partisan and nation nl standpoint, the original appoinf u.eiit of the connnislon was a mis take I Senator liurton, a member of the |commission, acknowledged that the l".d> probably -1 been extravagant. To remedy this, in; said, lie would offer an amendment discontinuing at once the salaries of those members * in empress. This would r.siuee the expenses of the commission by •*"" a .'car. as eleven ot the eighteen members ot tin- commission nr for mer members o'* congress. Active members of congress who are a. o or^ the eommls Ion, receive no extra compensation. Senator liurton expressed the optn ion. how ever, that tit** commission should be continued, ... ii«> said, it would not lie aide to make a com plete report by next session and le rause of future financial uuestlons upon which it will be tide to give valuable advice He s .id he would off.-r an amendment to have a report made January l". next The debate had not been concluded when the senate adjourned KIDNAPPED BOY IS FOUND Chicago Youth Found Near Home Mystery Uncleared—Arrests Made kidnaped by ' I Hack Hand** black mailers last Saturday, uas found by the iKiiire at Sidc- wiek and Uai, streets. within n few him ks of his father's home n> |rt o'eloek to-n'aht. The hny w is taken to the i'iiiea^o nveti i(> police station >«-v* n rn« n .in! two wotnon nrr*» arrrAtdMf h- i<r»!«-r ..f !n«i • rtor It.'v.-r** i i*ti hour i'*#*r th<? hoy 11 :i<| to*in«I. Ir.e|» . • r l.'evere d. . hired that he had 1 *1 tun d th« ' fdnapera and i he f*» r.*w»n v. ho ! m *.*»♦ lu fMn rn in , noirori;ttiofi« Alrh thn Mnn-no f.nnily M,»r»m» j*:i• i »}»*• nitln:i;*t'r noon. m. ! »hi* tnn|M*rf«*r. * ;in«l the bo S fell sd The r Rale • !• rs • " • re r* 1 iMves of the Map no f miil* They are now iti tail and -.ye hay* fin l tun u s not taken out of 1'h'ea.o .it any time “ Wiieff found, tile kidnaped hoy wore a new white seri*.. stilt, a neu allor I. if .nd n* -ie»« He v is w iikinic tl'tl'e 111 til" Stpef |>|0y i(ISr With a RUSHED TO DEATH Had At' r Fir nry Remained in Bat i Room He Would Have Cteapert Fire. I-iiNIiOV, \11 • l»* %ii i i iiiiiiuifi'tfi '"••'I' d» *fa> i,f file corridor of i|,,i , «' ■ rltnfi hotel, in «hieli ,li. |„,.|, ,,f tame f»n .. F*ln» . . ih. I.. . I \ i" 11 ■ i* Ann,Iran in lor wa finimt fn|. low In* Hie I re In <hi I m. : t.., • thrmiih an i rr<.r of .. , t but hi ■ r w In n the a la, ,n n a pit < u V ,t I.o, ,oil, lint . i|mr l.y Pro or wa> Had Hu- nr,op r* mam. d Mu re I.,,,.f I have In i n r< «i ii.d Hull.. >dln r t n | ' t eonimifiiof Knrloli ,i. i... ,, , I"''ll at*|Hii,ii'.il In i oof., rale il, \|. Fnnii •. frond in mahm* arrant iin n, for the fun, rnl NAB DYNAMITERS Italian* Arreot'd * r Canting Death of Tno Other* at $iabt a* loni. nf it , I,a Ian a, SMi'i.nn la ' | I'Hrdni i- dim* ,i,e ,v*o >a« nfmitiv 1 I In jr will If riven a frlil Vom«.rroi* Great Temperance P.,. »r*r s, It W ill'. I- , \ , | I worn 5,111.11 and I I no non a,nl leu* aMi ndlnr ,lo r nnven,um o' Ho i f A , of Ante,i'a ,wit,,iir>lK of iln ni uniformed. •• n. I,, d In a .,re», pa rude mil afternoon fin, war i|„, f,jr *e*t temper i||i i demon ,ril Off ever I riiep in thin | ri of Hie Mate \r«i, Inthop 1 rtom.il. Fair onto, fiaftal d"l. rill, ret Owed Hie man h* re from I Ml. ri'p» o, II" tJ|oei opal r< ud. nce i STANDPATTERS PROPOSE FIGHT WASHINGTON, Aug 10.— I Standpat Republican leaders of the senate and house flock | « d to the White House today to itiiorin President Taft that they would fight to the last ditch before they allowed either the senate or house to pass any measure over tho Presidential vote. “We do not propose to let any attempt at making laws over the head of the President go through without a light," •aid Republican Whip John I iwight. I i WOOL CONFEREES NEAR AGREEMENT — LaFollette and Underwood Take Long Steps in Harmonizing Two Schedules. DIFFER TWO AND A HALF PER CENT ON RAW WOOL. May by Concessions Reach Harmony Before Full Committees Begin Session To-Day. WASHINGTON. Aug 1C. With a meeting of the full committee of the two Jjousc on conference oti the wool | and fre«- list bills, called for to-mor row. Senator I-iKollette and Repre sentative I'nderwood. who constitute the working subcommittee of that organization, spent most of to-dav in , an endeavor to place themselves In I i>osition to make a full report. They ! made material progress, hut when tlij | two houses adjourned late In the day. differences still existed. The conferees were . part only to the extern of two and one half per ! cent on raw wool and there was a - lair prospect that they would bridge | this narrow chasm before to-morrow’s meeting Mr I'nderwood was willing to go to 27** per rent on ordinary raw wool, and Mr l.aFollette was willing to come down to W per cent and to I make other compensatory concessions. Free List Not Hindrance. i ere will be little difficulty about agreeing on the free list hill. If Mr. Fnderwood’s wish for another senate vote on the house bill Is refused. ! With a modification eliminating corn | from the articles coming in free. Jrntn | I'anada. the senate amendments will | be accepted and the senate will de I dine to retain the house addition plac | tng lemons on the »ree Hat. .Mr I mlerwood. as chairmen nf the house wims and means committee, tilled ih>- Iteinocratic members of that body together for a lone confer 1 cmv this afternoon and after a vigor ous consideration of the whole situa tion. thev endorsed his attitude In Vote On Cotton. Senator J.aKollette has an offset to Mr 1'nderwood‘s proposition In tho shape of a proposition to include in I formally In nn> agreement that i.tay made an tin.h rstandlng that there shall he a vote on the house Cotton ll< « i on H | I. * hern assured that the Itamocrnts I will intense •> no dilatory tactics to prevent a vote, but it Is known that some of them rely upon such a ill? i appearance of senators nfter the .Hs i position of the wts>l and free tint hills | a- to rentier a ballot impracticable ! I Iffor*’ lilt* close Of the Session. Mr I..iKollettcs anxiety in the mat* ter is die to the fat t that he ami bis ! fellow procr* salves desire to list* the 'cot*on hill as a vehicle for amend ments carrying lower duties on .feel, rubber, sugar, etc They believe thev will get tio- vote and Mint flume pro vtsinns will Is- voted In I Mr l.aKolbtfie sibl that if his political -uippor ers Would agree, he would tnme tin'll to _’•• per cent on riw wool, hut after consultation, he found tlit; would n«t do so. and Ite returned to the original proposition of '*• per -etit, v here ho s*,mmI when the senate ad loomed for the dav There w is mil'll pressure on the haute of representative* to yield LOVE AND POETRY Ground* Upon Which Divorce it Se cured by Kantas Woman K ASSAM UTV. Mo, Aug in \ tin* tut nr! run tin !«*•• wfTi'idinfiatft an«t f.m jKuflr, iirronJiMt; In f! «• f«*«tlfltOf|v • •f Mr* \\ * »»f b I'nrli r, u|»n «r;i*i rrjti»i*’«f m diififit' l»» Mu* * r« iiif lYuirf !•« r»- fo#Ia\ T‘hi mm It •*»** rnani luhM'«, *•»«» mfN h lf»v f»*» niitvii Mil Ilfs mid !»■*• liffl* v "fk mrilii ;tn uviltf Im f awl -!»«• Hi<l Mr* ,«id thn» tfmii m.irn* #l im yt ur» ago #tm * .# »#’»nr»«*r • rlli blind***! lii low* am! J4 »f* l'igr i»f |Hw«ri "tin «.»* inn **fi!»1#\ luff !i«- vmmiM w»f tofl, llldg* \Vtl«-9l **iIf Ih-I r**fd *;»•- gn|v\ !>• ••»if !•• Moiifti • undine win r<‘ li** tin«t fifi tiw !•* win*. !»•• Mid, lia»! niovt«*v and Vtti«—9 I'oi ffi gfi«f w tw\ Ion," THE WEATHER. THf WltTfn. WM»m-»TOI *«* 1# ■ r»iruti Waa* V itlaia ralr. r>>i|IH« warm T rtda» Sat Wt«t#rn ~ aajl n»a Fair r May laral ahowara aa4 rm.iar at makt at Batnrday. Okt«—v air. aaa ••’"ia<1 warm. Fri day. howara aa4 nonlar at nlyM a* Bar ardaf. ( PITTSBURG IS STEEL CENTER President Karrell of I'. S. Steel Corporation Insist* City’s In dustrial Future Is Secure. BIG IMPROVEMENTS TO PLANTS CONSIDERED Is On Tour of I aspect inn and Will \ isit Plants and Transporta tion Lines. PITTSBURG. Pa.. .Aug. Jo.— Presi dent James A. Karrell. of the United J States steel corporation, came to I Pittsburg today to visit the steel j mill*, with a view to recommending | improvements aud changes. Mr. Kar J rell arrived in the morning and - spent the day at the Homestead and i liraddock mills, while tomorrow he will go over the Duquesne plant aud ! the National Tube plant at McKees : port, and on Saturday the Seiioen i plant and the l.uke Krie & Bessemer railroad, the corporation’s ore carry 1 ing road from the lakes. Mr. Karrell ! talked freely and at great length of 1 the future of Pittsburg as a steel center. Answering those who have asserted that the trend of steel manu facture Is away irom Pittsburg, he pointed out that the additions to the Carnegie plant alone equal the I great plant at Gary. Ind. He says there are many other im provements ami additions to lie made and that the steel corporation and its subsidiary companies stand pledged | to assist in continuing tlie supremacy of this district. Pittsburg the Iron City. i "Pittsburg. secure in the knowledge of the prominent position occupied by I its Industries, cun afford to be indif • ferent to tlie natural rivalry of other places," Mr. Pam II continued. 'This I country Is great enough to support several large producing centers, und | it is natural that as the trade and ' population of the country extend westward and southward. Chicago, (•ary, 1'ulutn and Hirtnir.gliuin should each have a relative measure of im portance. leaving the great and con I tinuallv growing east ami central nest and the world wide market as the con suming field for the Pittsburg dis trict. The Industries here are ad mirably located, and in addition to the enormous consumptive field which will always exist In the east and central west, which It will continue to served. It must not bu forgotten that It Is favorably located for the export trade of the world. Pittsburg Exports Products. "The United States Steel corpora I tlon is now approaching two million 1 tons of exports annually, the bulk of 1 which is produced in its mills in Pittsburg and vicinity, which is made ' possible by the largely increased ' capacity of the mills of the Carnegie Steel company and its other subst j diaries "It Is recognized that our Pitts burg industries must be developed to , the highest state of efficiency. Pro posals from time to time are under eonsiileratlon which when carried out will ndd still further to the ef fectiveness of Its plants, increased I rapacity and diversity of its pro ducts " WILEY TO TESTIFY Pure Food Wan to Go On Stand in Hi* Own GeHatf To-Day In Inquiry. WASHINGTON, Aw 10—Further evidence nf the lonesome position oc cupied li> t»r Harvey W Wiley in 'he agricultural department, was 1 brought out today in the hearing he I fore ihe house investigating comnill 1 fee during the examination nf IT. K j I. Dunlap, associate chemist of iho department I 1 «r Imnlap testified that In IT j \\ lie) s absence he had prepared the I memorandum In the Pr Kushhr case, j upon which Pr Wiley was charged with having violated the law In hiring n seb-ntltb expert. lie denied that he had preferred charges against IT Wiley, hut adtnllied that he had laken In occasion to bring the case In IT Wiley's attention shell the latter re turned to Washington It I* expected that IT Wiley will fake the witness s'.ind before the end of to morrow * hearing Pr fttgelnw. assistant chief of the hureati of rhom 1str). and IT Kellies, chief of the drug dlvlslcft "ho arc alleged I agreed »it|i Pr Wlb-v In making the arrangement* fer Hushbv's employ tli« nt at fju a day. are also la be heard In the committee tomorrow ELOPERS FOUND Newport Heiress Bride and Chauffeur Groom Are Found in Spring held S-TIIIMIPIKMi Man*. Amt I n I V alhiiiK arm in arm up the walk In the hmise of Mr* Ineeph llarrie. In J title rtty, after an etenlnil open! at a I h* at theater. Mr» John Kdwsrd Paul Oerarhfy, who was Mi lulls I .telle j Trem-h. dauehi< r of Mr and Mr* | k mo* Tu. h Kri-wli, of Tun-do. N I V . and her huahand, who was nerent | ly a rhauff-ur In Newport wore run | fronted h> newspaper mm tomehi, land admP'ed ilndr Montlt v Thn ' young rrwtple. who elo|sed from New I port yeafer l.it and were married at Central Vlllane, I'onn. were ilum founded when the newspaper men met I them The' would mako no stale Intent of where tliey had to • n, or what they had intended to do. BATHER DROWNS Eight-Year-Old Sardis Youth Loses' Life In River—Mother AU most Prostrated. 11‘l'fi’ml to the Intelligencer SAIUHS. O. Auk. Id.—John Stroles. aged *. while in bathing In the river her** at *> o'clock to-night, was drowned when he was carried by the current beyond his depth. Albert Snail, a companion, gathered up the clothing of the drowned hoy and took it borne to Airs Stroles. the mother She rushed to the river and. almost , pro-truted with grief, was restrained, with d ftkully from throwing herself into the river. Searchers failed to' find the body. COUNTRY SPLIT | IN FIYE ZONES interstate commerce Commission En ters Order Fixing Pacific Coast Freight Rates. BECOME EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER FIFTEENTH Provide Material Reductions, and Zones Facilitate Application of Rates. WASHINGTON, l> <\ Aug 1» -I Formal orders in the Pacific roast freight rate rases, supplementing the, derisions rendered two weeks ago. ; wee issued today by the Interstate | | t'omtnerce Commission. Material reductions in both class j and commodity freight rates are made i I from Atlantic coast points of origin to ' Inter-Rocky Mountain cities. The orders Issued to-day define ex- ] pile illy thn rates Indicated in thol I opinions as reasonable, and require I jibe carrier- engaged In trans-contl-! rental traffic to establish the rates fixed by the commission on or before November 15. 1!M1. Establish Five Zones. To insure an equitable and conve nient disposition of all enses which lntolve a construction of the long and ; short haul provision of the law, the j committee divides the United States1 1 Into five zones, described as follows , /. r e No I.—All territory iw:.* west rt llr.- called llr.e N.1 whl, h extends ,m « general southerly direction from o . point immediately east of GrnnJ Port age. Minn southw-sterly. along the r.orthwestsrn shore of I.ake .dup-rlor to ! a point Immediately en-t of Superior. |\v». theme southerly to the tntars»c 1 t l*m of the Arkansas and Olkahcma ‘-tote lire, thence along the Kars*, Cl’\ -Southern railway n the Gulf of Mexico. Zone No. All territory lying asst i of line No 1 and west of a line called i No I, which begins at the ,'ana lUn I boundary Immediately west of Oock hurn Island, In L..vke Huron: fosses Westerly through th* straits ,f Ma k • naw. «o ither:y thr urh J.nke Ml,- In n | to Psdurab. Ky : t ence southerly to the , Gulf of Mexico. Zone No 3 - All territory lying east of line No. 3 sr.d north of a line it | ter ling from Norfolk. Vs to Paducah I hiy ■ and west of line No 3. from fluf- I ml . N. V. to Wheeling. W Va . and ' ' thenci alnrg the Ohio river to ftuntlre ' ton. W. Vs Zone No. 4 —All territory east of line I No 3 and north of tu* Norfolk-Padursh line Zone No X -All territory lying south I of 'he N rfolk-Padu ah. llr.s ar.l c ist of the Mobile and Ohio railroad, known ns 1 the southeastern territory Hates Must be Observed. ■ The railways are not permitted to ! exact higher commodity charge* from ' points In Zone No 1 to Intermediate' points than to Pacific coast terminals. From points In Zone No 2 permission is granted to chnrge commodity rates , to points intermediate to Pacific ter minals seven per cent higher than to | the terminals, from Zono No. 3. fif. teen per cent higher, anil from Zone No 4. twenty-five per cent higher. • No order Is made as to the rates from i Zone No ’ It Is expected by the commission' that an effort may be made by the rar rh rs to enjoin Its orders in these rases If that effort should be suc cessful the effective date of tb* orders would be postponed until the courts ' shall have passed upon the cases I. 0. 0. F. ELECT Clarksburger Is New Grand Patriarch. Charleston Chosen for 1912 Meeting. r*I rri .1 • »r 1** 1 *•» t*-i» Iritslligsreer FAIRMONT. \V Va Aug 1«» - To 1 ' night marked the close of the Grand Kneumpmeni of Odd Fellows of West Virginia, when the department coin-1 launders held a sm la! si-salon Al tho business meeting tonight Charleston was chosen ns the next meeting plate • of the encampment which ssill he held during August. FM2 Officer* w.-re elected as follows: I Grand Patrinrch. A P Wagner, nf I I'lurfcshurg. Grand High Priest, S A ' Filming, of Sutton. Grand Senior War ; lien. Man Ganoe. of Hockley Grand* Scribe, Charles 1, Simpson, of Hunt 1 itigton Grand Treasurer. I*c Rent ! homier of Fairmont. Grand dunior j Warden. K F l.ickllder. nf Chartcaj : Tow n, and tlrand Rcprc-cmaflve. I, J I. Prtre. of Charleston CORPORATION REGULATIONS ANTIQUATED G. W. Perkins Makes Ret unimend* lions to Reform I'nited States ( ontrol of llusiness. EXISTING LAWS ARE threatening ih siness Denies Steel Tnwt Was ResposibU r or Panic That Occured in 1JHI7. WASHINGTON'. Aug 10 -Georg* " ,Vrk,n*- financier and director oi I nlted States Steel Corporation mud.- sonic sinking rccommendatloni to-day. with reference to the gov • rumens control of corporations I witness before the “House steel trust* Investigating committee, ho declare* that existing laws Were seriotisll threatening his business interests ant their rigid enf irt- uient was render ‘tic it imiNissihlo for corporations t< continue operations In conformitj with the statutes. Mr i’erkins went over a wide ranci of subjects He touched on needef reform in the laws, discussed the ex li-tlng conditions of corporations am pointed out changes that could b« made bv congress in the financial svs tem of the country. Some of Ins oh pervatlons follow: "That great corporal ions, grow n u| under demands of existing eonditiont " louiii no longer taco • ■, i . . ,iJt der the Sherman antitrust law, at Dow rigidly enforced. That the government's dissolutlot of tlie Standard Oil Company serve* as a ‘waving of a r. d flag of warafni to every corporation it> the I nltet States Federal Price Regulation. That something of a constructive nature must he done by th- govern m. nt with reference to the contra of corporations and rather than fir present conditions to continue, t would be better to go to th,. limit » permitting government regulation <> price*. “Thar the very treason subsidlar* companies of a gr< t corporal ion chi violate the law without know!, ,!g, o the officers of the holding company is the law which prevent >u< h a tor poratlon irom opt rath* and rulait tho subsidinry concern , instead o merely advising them. That one great, stride toward avert lng financial panics in New Yorl could bo made if the gov, rnnn-n would prevent hanks in Chicago am th,* mlddli v .; • loanlnt ■ e: i call in New York during the sutnme at cheap rates, and suddenly calllni it back in the fail for the crop move mont. making high money and troubli in the New York mark--*. “That the establishment of a gov ernment bureau which could give ao curate information to tho public at to the condition of corporation* wouU be an active Inducement to the peo pie to make wise inv, .- ttnents. ' That one of tho most striking do velopmems of the- present system o conducting business on a large scab is the dividing of great int- rest* Intt the hands of many Investors, rathe than conducting them in the handi nf n *..«• *• Very Forceful Statement* Mr Perkin* made the foregoing ok anrvntiona during the third <l.iy o hi* examination by the *t*«l commit to<> ln*|ulaitor*. and at time* fi< wai eloquent and forroful in hi* declura tion* He frequently emph.iau *d hi remark* bv waving hi* am.c. pound Inc upon the witness table* with hli fiat* mid rlaing from hi* *<at to ltd ilre«* the commute* Winn tin- rorn mitteo adjourned lat u day It hat not concluded with Mr I'erklna, .« u again tomorrow bo w ill t »ke th* aland. Me ha* be* n held longer b; the committee than any w ta.-** ainc* the hearing began l«n-t May. Mr I'orktn* made other lnter**»tln| atatcmciit* He aaM flare «:n tot much alarm over the cry of an or* monopoly in the couutr), and tha Valuable or** eonsta" ’ ■ v wer<- b* 1*|| discovered and ore* >.-t unavailabb were being attulicd aid »<>on wouli be Available The win *•■** ilotiouncet a* an "Jnfamona fai* * ■ I” th' chnrp*1 thnt tho panic of 1.* sa* pr« clpltated f*>r the purpose **f minini certain b inker* li* dat' d emphatl cally ttia* the eorporatton wa* no eppoat 1 to organ'/*- 1 lal*or but Is *i*t« *1 mcr*dy upon th«* right to rut an open shop On the <|ll*'*ttoli of w the writ pea* di-rlared. It alwtiva had !>••* n th poll* V of the ateel corporal ten l*> mate tnln ware* He rclat<"t I *« in IV* h*- Htid Judge tiary. with the a*'line* eenee of J Plcrpottl M> re in and It <’ Frick, had re* i*** d to * it »«<* when William K for* >. th n pres dent, and other dire. •* r* urged a cut bccaiis* comte’tlt. i h *d *!.i*h«* prior* and reduced »> a • • Representative Iteuil. * Texas, <1 Terse Telegraphic Tips i I I \ I 1 \ \ l' \ ■ | ....... Hn.wn. ■ f' >n .11 Him m, f .-i l from I* third »tnf) window In fort and r* raped nut, ,,n|y hrnMe*. It! Ill,IN llolnrirh Vnti I'os. i.in Krr. noio.| political writer and btog raphor of lltarwarek. dlr.l hero today t lilt \iitt Morauwe hta wife baa j for alt year* ref lined to talk to him. ! Henry Krozetlnky today applied for a fllvnrct S< H \NTo\ Stun I* v Fori uno wan !>• an n to death at Olynhant with a yi« k handle by two no n with whom 'tin had lv»« n rfrinktiu nkvx vork ■ • Iwlievoil lt> a rln-irr.i \iilim. Ii» Iw rn rrninti-il f«* Rlnkit. 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