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VOLUME LIX., NO. 304_W HEEL. IN G. W. VA.. SATURdTv. AUGUST 12. ToTT I ~~ P R 1C E T W O CeWT« WOOL BILL AGREEMENT REACHED Senate and House Unite On 23 Per Cent Basis for Raw Wool in Conference. BOTH HOUSES MAY PASS BILL TODAY. Hitch in Free List Between Conferees and Bill May Not Be Re ported Upon. WASHINGTON. Aug It fluffing their coats and fur the lirsi tune in history inviting the press to lie pro. er.t. the conferees of Oi<- two -houses of congress on the wool tariff revision an.I farmers' free list hills, sat down in conference to-day to compose their differences Finally. at t: p m . they affected a complete agreement on wool and began consideration of the free list. The conference began at 1" o'clock this mflrnitig. The wool lull as agr.I upon, will be reported to the senate to morrow by Senator 1-aFollette. of Wisconsin, afid to the house by Representative Underwood They will direct Re course of the bill in those two bodies. As ihi* house has tip- papers hearing upon the bill, that body will have to act first 1 lie hill was so amended as to r> quire that the proposed law shall ink. « ffeet October first, instead of January Ilrst. as provided in the senate and h mi - *• me.is ires The conferees hope to have the report adopted III both bouses to-iuorrow and the lull quickly started on its course to the White ilouse, where the President ., . \p.-el ed to Veto it. Disagree On Free Lest. The free i:.! It ,1 was tsi o* r , solera I ion for about fifteen nun but the conflict between i he rx-pfc cental ive* of the two house* was . pronounced that It heeutne tieees.-.iry to postpone action until tomorrow afternoon \fi»r fixing |u-r cent ai| valorem, ns the duty on raw wool and cliang ing the wool classitleafion so as To conform to the language of the house bill, the agreement on other features became a matter of detail \t times. mere nir.. .,rj» differences of ..pm. ion. Imp a. ta> Tim*, was a disagree* ment Itti . .. mr.i ..re »I r* I", n. .1 Th* . in* .f rlassltu itt.in Iris The' tnci t ' ' i flat «liirv on all wools and whiM* ir reduce* (lie rates i>n or.llr.ir-* winds fr..n» per ret... as ! mi • d it • t« senate bill, and in . r.-as* s tla.-.- .'' the boils** tit 11 ir.tnt _'t per r.'tit, i- also increase* th*. rat* on carpet ... front l»t p* r rent as provided n the senate hill, to the per cent (1\. ! In tin* citii.-r.es Ra se Some Rates In most r> spl i ts th.. d itl.-s .-a the ' ... over the ra'.s of the bous- t=>!i md reduced to low tin- . . set.,.-.* hill so as to make them rorr.-s|ion.| with the raw stool rat. but m -..me tns'snre.* diet wer.- t .. I. t.: srln-r than those of « :-her it . - re Wit tt •• . the free list hi wa*. laid before tin comnttttee Mr I'nderwood att Bounced the refits.. • house to aee.-p- the senate am. rid ments, coptintrig » »- fr - adm - an of meats and c. r> at to ti , , (,c from countries w • wh:. , i I States has reciprocal trad*. . r.. ments. wl.lrh would confine th<- 'r-'*’ Importation of those artiei.-s t., .n, purs from Canada lie state.] ,(;s<> that the house would Insn-* upon adding lemons to tt... fro.* i s* Free List Lnsettleu. "I will ne-.er sign a conference r> port on those lines sanl Mr |tad. almost before Mu. ■■ , .... t use confer-es ha.| had opportunity *o complete hts outline I ■ ■ posit on With this dee .|* I d " r- tic o' Opinion, which marked the ... i ..• at ■ ronfepet •■,. ■ agreement Impossible a- ih«- tune Mr I'nderwood mail.- an effort ... .,h tain the consent o' all parties to r< j.or* a disagreement Mr Haih-v was again obdurate ' I am frattl ero-.pl t.. -m f . d ' •hat I am never go v •>. agr... , d -agr. < til. id ml. | . . w<- can sustain ourselves In ton TREND OF W. VA. POPULATION TO CITIES •u Town* &r * Thre* Tme a* R.ip<1ly •*» Ruftl Settlor*. Ce* via Report* Show* lr.*e’ll**n* if It rep-t. W«*i,ii,n c A a n I h<- • r- :.<J \\ , V lilt inf l * ffi f t titer fl III** « tie. «t»r*Jlf K tn n repi.fi p, i.11 pi,i, , tn n.i hy the * en i, h ir» .. 4 T|,.. , .4 I lie Krnwp liter tlirie |ftn< ■ r.ipittly mh the rural renin ,, 1 |M»' i|e< «»l«. .in*| th» t.»« k tn -h* I rtll ftllitl lie V .. «•!( i,, ; fl-r* <• III the l.lt'i, \|l|'l *4t| ' I. The '. 1 tin fi pf.J .1 * .f| 1. ileml It i If . l>i •• 1 ; 1*1'*. while Ml* r< • |n., ,1 ftp #1 i*|r* all fe*li* r r> .,|er;< 1.’ t(, iti 11: Ih- t» , < ; I -.'I II'* III the t .1, . r, . iltme in i*' ’< rrtni nr I • 7 m ■ in' I • I per * t .1 1 >t I In 7 per rent In I •'"* I • i f *1' myttlillMi I* ■ f htfth * ill. In 'h*. t mr* * Ih I || I the rural pm. m, , 1 .. I*''< p ten • art n ».1* . ■ it * wh< 1*1 '* |i* r * * f|t 1 . n.i p tn ' tv I npiilii'tnti fi Mi e pi nil 1 I* *.' Ie-r tent Th** ' 11 If! Kill were ..an rtf.rl tn |o . P 1 inr lirtta p*.p eH* nfi 1 * I*, .n p. .1 , ‘..00 ai■ . ■ * • -I at 1 if 1 .I , I. « * *11' In Hi<- <ti..nl.'. it. i. ut> ri.im I <>j ' nft i|i < r* • nil I : si- »k< r i lark ^ftd Vi»«* I’f. <U"■ ■*fc«-rm»t» lull.- him..i ii.. 1.111 f, t In,!. i».n ».f Hi. irrr f..rit'* ol M. *lm ;ni.I Ari/ • .1 .. «»» Ii.. ri.'inn i«r i. • | | nil ihn i. » iri.i> .Ini «.f | • |. • i..r fivi rmnn. \..tn i » r.. Mu. . . p| ni ',..ri i. a|. . .(.ft ■ Mr • • >• !■ I ni ’ HI... itf.itt ■ I \ «, 1 i»il ti* • ill In *.»}. It*:. HEIRESS WHO ELOPED WIT*' O^'IlR. -*T Mrs. John Paul Gerauy..., J ELOPERS ARE UNDISTURBED PARENTS of miss french heiress, not to annual MARRIAGE to chauffeur Young Br:de and "Handsome J.ac*" Plan a Honeymoon Tour to Cnn^da. NKWPORT. R I. \i,r n We h;ne plm’v of funds and non wo are C'dntt to fake a trip to Nova Seotm. w rot». John KM ward Paul Oerarhiy In a Ion* letter Ins father. John S < .tT.uKhf v, rernved fn-dav front Lis M’ss Julia French. the younc da iirhfer ill \|r and Mrs \rnos T'lrn French, e Tuxedo, S'etyport and \. w Vork Mr (!• raahf y also talked over the lorix d'siance telephone today *lih In- ett win* w«« •< Hi,, home <•’ a cousin, Mr-. Joseph Harris in Springfield. Mass. The piret.rs of the bride. Mr and Mr Viler. Ti.ik French left in da' for 'heir home In Tuxedo Thov wo'ild say m him; for puldicat .n m r* : t r ] *. > the elopement • " Warned fri.tr friends, however. 'In’ tbt'V h.t'l tii ruled to make pn aft# mp- ■ at inter-,rim: with th, bride and yr.">ni Tlo intitui Mrs t;, - , -hn "as . ' y* ir- old .a • sprlr.K. ai d therefore "f leital »L'< to n.arr- without ),. r I arefi*s r .tisenf Fc'ond>- of tl e hriln here si; that '.r lamilv have • a d< d to let m.ii'ers tik, »r own Cieirse. rTII'Vfir Kl.lt, Mass. Amt 11 U ' on seen In new h| .ip, r tnen hotli Mr and Mr- i;.ra».-hty up-..-, red v..rv happy in t nth o’b, r s *-in pat.... and •'•■I mi siKtis 'hat it. < > r" \\..r f ^ ah,. ,* th* fiit'i'*,. The yotinir r.ioii - itil. I " ' • • r th • el mu - 1 taxor-- III \. «j...t b. «..re 'lie el* peniefif a11-1 in Sprr■ bl t<. <!;t• reuirdinr his best course ..' net ion In "re Mr and Mr Fr< m-h <!.o-,id ifetnpt to l-.ve him arrested on a i hart ,• of abduction • ’ilia." h> -..nd turnlnt; to bit bride. they sav I abducted you | . that so*" 1 I should s ay |» n ,• "• o dear, sh,' replied emphatic ■:|v • ;t any , nw a- Jack tier nili'y sad th a' ter a brief1 honey ttpa.n he in'-rid ,| • -.'urn ri'h los - Ife to heliport I- 1 d..«n ri a Dlls I ftle t off *< 'It- tier.ashty was . ,|r. m th.. He su - in u hit b ■ ' I a iff She was ,|> Vittim- ft. . ,. i„.r > o| t„.i n pn -«• fi»,-,| to her f,v her (Mist,anti BIG AVIATION CARNIVAL ON IS OPENED AT CHICAGO WITH FIFTY MACHINES ENTERED. All the Well Known American Avia tors Are on the Ground for the Tournament. HHIiAHO. Aik 11 Virtually all better known American aviator* and a dozen foreign flyers nro here to night. ready for the open Inc of the Inter? itlona! aviation meet to morrow More than ‘iffy machine* of vnriou* type* alr.adv are set up and ready tor the start of the dally duration event at H o'clock Vilioiich trial lights were planned today the onl\ a*<*< tit was by .lame* Ward, who rose foot during the afternoon and swept nip over !.akc Ml eh can n order to u a pilot's li ■ • ■ He received the llr.ento and h name wa • colored on the follov* •nc list entrant ■ l.ine. in It. achy, .fame* Ward. Much A 1C. dd ti son. Ki no Simon. Ileno liar r .r l.eo Hammond. Andrew Drew, w ti I (catty, t.ip'on I' W Berk, C | Witm.-r, .1 r Turpin. Howard Hill. St t'toix .bdinstone. John J Kri*bl\ •r ' 1> V I'unlv. t Parle P Willard. I' 1. i , Rlj 1 y ' « ' • . • ‘ ir'.. p \\. v|, i • |> Jto.|cer . Walt, r Brook t. . Leonard Bennt l r.,. , ti • iffyn Arthur ■ ■ Marfli ' gopwlth I —fas s Baldwin, J S i Bud • Mar*! ■ ” II Bade. «S< orge Mentadi. I adia leU.ivie,. law - Mltrhell |* " I’.mnali. and A I. Welch . “ n-pir.i ■■ n ,p.. .aintintted n'f.uript- to f. hivh.r and further. ' ’ I reeelv« |* a mlntlte, ' • • "• ,h‘' air. In adtlltion t,, ?f,.. ■ • ■ Hoecrally the t r,. ,|av. , .,.r;ltn ,»i (fftfiy * Jurat inn ?#■•*» <|&jjv •P'd • ■ntes-f f..r |.,.» t, m...,,plan. and biplane*, a eror* country o\..r W a '.r .1, .,. m l an athletic even, |n ",l 'here are numerous pn*s,.n>.,.r tarry me and trh-k hvlnr contest* ■ h. dnloi FATAL GUN DUEL IN COURT HOUSE *rlfrr-«o o , Shoot* r,yr I* K illri ,n 5>Hoof»ng rnnisToi urn. in \,u. ,, . h'" «• r.. hot. |k, •• -I .t,...|,..r • ,ra|| • r war l.a<la ,.f i, | ,, ltijur. .| la f illifiK o,,. *;•,r* i••'•<••• «m.i... i,.r„ ,,„lny r. 'i!' ,,f • . nr uiv *u I * * * Muffin f<« trt \;u\ i ti* <•!,. ■.» .... nrr-4 in if,. , 'ffi •• SIi.rImwi nn utirf (1(4 I roih.-r ' twirl. w«r, |» |tu. r.,n.|,„ t ' * f • . ,rl n- i , •" M« . . til*. I'< aro .fjirnr* ||,(„ Mi'f (wit li.hn H'abifiri'J. r. l-fl l«;r,. lir.llRll.lv will ft,,. \\ I .... .~u It ’ll'/. I . ... • ,r, wh„, Ir.i'.r rinn o.t f;. ni’cv /, . |,% , I *. f.'.l \ 'I , |t Tln.ll. i • M .. .a t.,1.1 . « HI,, •<<•»« I.«. Who |||«| 11,0 «tin>rftbr. *.I’*.* *• I » NT \ |, 1(1 f(\S NN IIK S JNfW IM RST ' IM. I ■ • •'in ti; t HO, w \ '1 • I 'I. Kl.xnhrMi i ■ Ir . I Ml-. H|.rlr>«. Wirt "• ‘ 1 ■• ■> f ill* li.irn .1 i.i •I • ■ ' fruit jin <• *»m f»n.- a nil* Sh. • , I hIm.iiI lb* I« 74 v. 4 KIDNAPPER OF MARENO BOY CAUGHT Joseph Niro:* si Formally Aroused of Crime hy th*- ( hiiaijo I’oii'e Friday. GODPARENTS OF BOY WERE IN THE IM.OT. Details of Capture Made Public— Nicolosi Guilty of Blackmail «»n Elder Mareno. f IlH'AtiO. Am; II f'our of the twelve per .tins arrested last night, following the return of Angela Mar ■ : o to his home 'on.ght. were for •i eh rged with kidnapping und • •xloriina ’I lie charges wa re made .if -r a long Taiemetii to the police had b“en niad< hy \ng.do Mareno, fattier of th. !;alr. ;.ed boy. n which all the d **;. i; 1 > of his ft* got nations with the kidnapper* were Riven. The state mem was not mule public. The four now fa. ing * barges arc .los-.*ph Xieo losi. l am,.do Xieolosi. bis wife IVi:|. im* and 'lr- III ita-a I'udrntna. inoti-.-r 1 Joseph Mrs Laura N u-o losi, wife of Joseph, was discharged, and tin* other. are being held as wit j nesses. • armclo Xtcnlnsi < ailed at the Mar.no home on Wedne day. It is charged. a-id off* red t.» r**furn tie* child tor Si.. tin Thursday .los. •■pti called at the Mar*.no's ami -aid ■ * 1"1 • falling Mar.no to walk in front of his own *lnor if Ihe money was to |,n paid Aft.-r advising with He police Ma r*’!!#* appeared in his dooryy-.iy, and a mites later Paul ne N <-:tll»*«l atol told him to pay her the 1 money and the hoy would he sent home \ short time later Mrs. fu drona told Mareno it he yyctit to a certain th.. thatr.* he would tin*l his son. Th** XI* olie-i family are not blood relatives *.i tie* Mar* nos. as pr* vlotis Iv report*-*!, but farmclo and bis yvife. I'aiiliiie, acte*l as godparents of th** M a re m» children. Mareno dor Pi red to the police to night that Joseph Xicol isi had wrii ten him threatening letters s. vcral years ago. and that he had paid Nicolosi to stop his threat*. MOTHER CHASES MAN ON ENGINE Chicago Scene of Sensational Inci dent When Mother Nats Daugh ter's Assailant. CHICAGO. Auk. 11 John Wood. •*l years old. a peddler, rimmed with atlenipdiiK to nil treat Kli/.alxth Salaha, I» yearn old, wax pursued by a locomotive in which the Kiri's mother rode. Ix-tore h- itiK raptured and turned over to the poiire. The mother saw the man attack the Kiri and run down the railroad track m ar tliie Hundred a'.d Tenth sfrei • She appealed to the etiKineer of a loro motive, who nkreed to aid In the chase The woman climbed nto the mli. and a inono-nt later was pri d inK after the p nlh r After a chase of a mile th. mail was raptured. OIL TRUST PAYS Cost tf-’TOVS1* In Court Fees Alone to Fight Fedsrcl Dissolution. WASHINGTON*. I> Auk 11 It rti-i the Standard *ul Company (iZ. • .'.•a In ttniit te« * alone to resi«t the sot. rntiieiit s lone linht t>* have :t dm solved A rta i K for that sum. tin* amount awarded I.v the Snpreno Court a rnfts itt its di t'lspin. was re reived at th* Ilepaftment of .lu-'tliK to dnv That amount, of cour e. doe. not in 1 < nh ntforiii v or other • \p< nm - w hu h tin- Ink ror|x*ration incurred iti *1"' Ion*' III at o* Tin* court cost-* paid lo da * ar. probably the smallest • tom of .-* hi11 foi'ilin* into millions - th.- "tact amount of which prohibit will never lie known BULLET IN HEAD Tonin' HnnMnri. Min >.f |», m|n»nt r.i'nltji Cmla Ufa a* Mulnlalit. V.i M || * • »l ... K •'<% r.ithar in Law IWUNMI. l!a, \uK || Wnii,.r | M 'ifttKni . ... .mil k illi'ii », i - • !■’ htr in ii, .1 it tVnnt-lt. ni tin. 1 ■ .I Hi- i ■ ii mail Iih|,i jj, IHK WEATHER. T*C WCAT1*** w> At.ftmtiTota Ana II Piifri in P,'t,*m P'nrtfi. VlllllA ft« Ii At 1 11 7 lilt *atir,,r anil •nmlAf. Ohio O'nmlit fair Matnrdap ,„| Hi. nd av , ali a Til f lonltf Aili- ril.17 In •«»ntli portion w»» Vi rlnli ft nar.illf fair Pit nrdap and m, ndar. tl'il.llf in*ilar Hal nnlip in north por. Mob. STAGNANT HOT AIR GRIPS OLD EARTH GOVERNMENT WEATHER SHARP TELLS WHY THE WEATHER IS HOT—3ELT IS 25.000 MILES LONG AND 3.000 MILES WlOfc—NEED COOLER AIR TO END IT. WASHINGTON. Aug 11—With a tempera;uro of loo degree* the ther mometer ;;t the weuther bur an came within one degree of attaining the record in the capital for August weather, wlfih *en year* ago today, was I'M ii< er es. The downtown t herntonifers reg*st t r* < jhj d**g rees. This torrid wave, however, was .shat tered by a smart thunder shower to night. The southwest, middle west and eastern sections of country continued t-i broil with 101* degrees recorded in layuisville, Kansas City and Okla homa City. I’rof Harry c Franl.i nficlil. govern ment (or»Tii»tcr. declares the intense heat, which has been leit i 1 e\cr the world Hus summer, h is been dee to a t»e!t of stagnant hot air, .. miles Iona. Il.oiMt wide ami IU miles high, gripping the earth on both stiles of e equator The forecaster promise relief ;.s soon as rooler air can break through the torrid licit. This hot belt he saj s. is due to s peculiar di.strihtl lion of atmospheric pressure, lie all solic.s Halley's comet from any eon lied ion with the present Weather sit nation ITctr U Atwood j© ^ ST l-OI'IJ. A tig 11.— Ilarrv N At wood will start on ! - flight •<> the At lantlr ocean from St l.ouis on Mon • lay mnrnlm.'. according to an an nounri*m«*nt to()«t\ Am u preliminary before leaving Missouri, he will cir elo ihe city to win a prize offered by the I’ost I lispatrh Atwood plans to start on his cross country flight between s atnl 12 o'clock Ills first Stop will bo at Springfield. Ill, CONVICT FREED; GUARD TIED UP SENSATIONAL ESCAPE IN IOWA AIDED BY OUTSIDERS. Po«se of Hundred Men In Automobile* Join Chase and Battle May Be Ending. TWMOSA Iowa. Vic II A heav t!y armed posse of a hundred men, n automobiles to tili:!.• is pursuing in the timber h. :t. west of Marion, la. • liarles Stnitoh. a convict, who, with ttie aid of two unidentified com oanions .scaped today, after shoot •ig William llutnak. r. a guard, at the Iowa penitentiary here, and then tying him to a tree Th.- trio escaped in a huccy They ar< said to he well supplied with firearms liumaKer probahlv will die. phvsl eiatis say lie wps hot in the stoin ach I .ashed to the tree, he suffered *‘’nie time l». fere his cr • s finally sum ffX’Hed ai l The rri.. h id disappeared when lo-ip armed I'arly today, while Sm:fch was working In a stone rju.irrv. two mile* front the prison, sortie one tele I'hoi" d the warden's office and asked l'< rmission in •.. * I. convu • The re 'I'test w.-s granted and llumaker or ■I* r* I to firing the primmer to the Warden * office Half wav to Ihe prison llumaker was confronted hv two armed men in a Ittiggt lieturr the guard could draw a revolver he was shot Sudt.-h and l. s friends tle n »is .1 the wounded 111 III to I Heathy »r« e. leaped Info the •wive.i nn.l w topping the hors., into a g.tliop, til-n|p. ,'ti d MURDER Saloon r it! 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Aug. 11 — While rounding a sharp curve on the outskirts of this eit>. to night, an automobile in iihirli were seven pas senger* struck a rock ami turned completely over several •inns, nil the occupants meeting death nr ;niurv lames I.. Reoth. of tile lllui Held1 pollee force, was pinned under the ear and so terribly injured that lie died within in minutes. 1'ov!,. o i ie police force, suffer <*d serious internal injuries and may die. Krcd Stafford, a third policeman, was rut about the head and arms. Hay Kvans had his chest crushed in and several r-b^ broken His con dition is serious. lieorge O'I.earv was cut about the head. I.ee Anderson and Kveretf Hawley, well known young nu n. were cm and bruised ion not seriously injured. <> l.cary, the owner, was driving the car at the time of the accident. _ _ i MEAT PRICES ARE RAISED Pass Hiqh Water Marks of Last Fall. Beef and Pork Affected. I NEW YORK. A 11 I'ri.-es beef are t<* be raised and local retail j«lea;-Ts say ihc advance makes the ■ < out of meat pass the high water mark of last fall Prices have been steadily advancing for two weeks and the wholesalers say another a Ivunce is to come The wholesale price of hind quarters of beef has jumped from 11 ) "> II cents, while pork loins have Irene up from 1" to 1.1 cents. \\ holt >alers ”iy the causes of the present advance Is the scarcity »if [ Rood cattle in tin- west and south west. EARTHQUAKE Recks California Cities and Causes Panic Among Residents. SAN HKRNAHDINO, Pal.. Aug. 11 I The most severe earthquake shock felt In the vicinity (n years shook the business buildings at I'i o'clock Hus afternoon with such severity that the occupants fled into the streets The d image was trivial A previous shock bad fieett felt at 1" JO a m I.OM ANIJEI.ES, Auk 11 A slight earthquake shock was felt here at U Id p m today. * MESSAGE IN FRENC NOT ALL HOUSE MEMBERS ARE AND CLERKS STUMPED—LOU RESCUR-JUST A GIFT OF B Washington auk h Th.yre not all linguists in congress, whirl explain* a little sideetepping that ■ -'Tunis.-I th< < today, on s*p« ikrr ' lark s <l"-k lay a ■-emmunicutien in French front the pr* - Idcnf of the I'reni h < hatnl'cr of deputies The speaker clam ed at It. frowned and I i-sell if to one of tin reading clerk* at his desk The clerk grew ti- rvotl* ami handed it to another, who car d on It ilespntrlnglv Then the regular I'USlte -s was suspended with- file speaker explain'd that tn tther he tier ll"- reailng < lerks read Krettch fluent lv | Ke| -rcsentaflve KMnpInal. of lamisi I Terse Telegraphic Tips NKW YOHK Ml rr.nl"* nf r. fiii'. l I wtic.tr »fr>' nM :«n wrtw .1 Inm • lr* 'l pi>ill,.ln In <1;<t j MM ISYII.I.K. 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IXGTOX .Aug 11 Oak. !• idi Thorne, pres dent of the New Aerk Trust t inpany of America, wit:, h became involved in the flnan P : ' ' the a flairs of wiiidi I:a\b> • n link. .I with the t.ikint: <i\»t o| iho Tcrin«>s*«><» Coal and Iron . «top.my by the United f I that crisis, f.dlowci tieorre \v. IVrkins today .. a w itn. ss b.-fore the house ram " !••• of iti'ittiry nto the affairs of the ste.-i corporation. Mr Ttmrne forcibly declared, con trarv to fie t. stiniony given by Mr. witnesses, ' i: it ' ‘ I rust » omp; ny ..f America was not the “chief sore point" of trouble a. tb.* time it was necessary to saw- the brokerage firm of Moore A: Schley. lie surprised the committee with d*. .orations that h*» was certain un due attention bad been directed to ward his company in that crisis, and h. denied any knowledge of th« agreement f. -titled to l.y George \V. IVrkins that the taking over of the Tennessee foal and Iron company 'he steel corporation so save Moore Sdib y from ruin was de pendent upon the bankers of New A'ork raising money to save the •"b.-r Imm of the dilemma, the Trust Company of America and the Lincoln Trust company. vdusco nun on a.inK. Mr Thorne was examined in detail relating to a public statement given to the press October 22. 1907, and attributed to Mr Perkins, in which It w.,s deolar* <1 that the "chief sore point *.f tie- panic was the Trust Com pan' of America lie declared that Immediately following this a run on his bank occurred, and that the run in one day took out $13.5u0. Itoo. For tins, lie admitted, he had consulted counsel as to the advisabil ity ol siting for damages, as he felt responsible, but was deterred by the necessity to seek more money from the bankers of New York In order to prevent collapse of bis institution. That his financial troubles were In an. way Involved in the difficulties of Moore and Schley at that time, ho emphatically denied and further de clared that Tennessee Coal a Iron stork hi Id on collateral, for the hanks loans amounted to nothing in that situation. End Trust Evil. Pefore \ir Thorne took the stand. Mr Perkins had spent several hours advocating the establishment of a gov ernment rout miss ion to focus tho limelight of publicity on corporations ns one means of preventing trust evils Represent itive Martin \Y I.itflefnn . ■■ nation of Mr. Thorne, who first outlined the history o' the Trust Company of America. I!<- s iid that before the panic of 1!>n7, fits company had assets of |74.ii<*d.OOO. He explained that In- had been a mem ber of the Tennessee Coal A- Iron svndieate and that his hank hid made >ans to Moore ami Schley, which had been paid As far as Tennessee Coal ContlnneO on Tontb Psgo. H STOPS CONGRESS ’ LINGUISTS — SPEAKER CLARK ISIANA REPRESENTATIVE TO DOKS FROM FRANCE »n.t. from a bayou district whero French is commonly spoken, finally " is selected to • nlighten the holts*. H- read the document In French, while members chaffed. Ia> ,d>-r. * rlcd some And as th* member from the st llernard parish * lit i :<i d. the I * i«c chamber rang r iib applause From a desk In tho ’• ar one n • miter shouted, "Well, »fiats' it all about*" It on in announced the speaker ■ I laughter, - that they're going o send IIS some honks "