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r PEOPLE WHO BUY ARE REAC1
The West Virgini
QUALITY A QUANTITY Cl.'eull
nrrmnrn tn in
ntuuutu IU AN
THE LAW GOVERNING RATES IS
. CLEARLY EXPLAINED BY JUSTICE
HUGHES OF THE SUPREME
WASHINGTON. June IU.?Lawyer*
% who gathered today at the Supreme
Court to listen to the application of
the principals laid down by Justice
Hughes in the .Minnesota rate eases to
the .rate cases from Missouri, Arkansas,
Kentucky, Oregon and West Virwere
or the opinion that the rate-making
both in the State and before the
Federal government, has been reduced
to a much more accurate basis than
ever before. All sorts of opinions prevailed
as to where the victory vested
i't the Minnesota decision.
miimemmi auwe oiiieiais in dispatches
expressed their pleasure over
the result and Attorney General MeIleynolds
and members of the Inter(
Slate Comcrce Commission said they
were fully satisfied.
The protest of Congress of taking
charge of State rates afecting interstate
commerce indirectly lent encouragement
to the railroads that they
would escape Iroin regulation by -is
State commissions . Members of the
House and Senate when asked for
opinions as to whether Congress would
soon exercise the power found by the
court to regulate such State rates as
affect indirectly Intro state commerce
were not inclined to com^ forth at
first blush with a plan to reverse the
policy of the Federal government
through the last 100 years, of leaving
such regulation in the hands of the
iv* /-?i i uiiu acmi-vcn itiniiHu fti
CIJA1LLKST0N. W. Vu.. June 1U.~
That Governor II. D. Hatlleld will atlend
the Hcml-cenlennlal celebration
at Wheeling June 2t> was the assurance
the governor gave a committee
consisting ol Mayor H. L. Kirk. 11. C.
Ogden and G. O. Nagle. of Wheeling.
The committee came here to-day to
extend a personal invitation on tip?
part of the city of Wheeling to the
/ Arrangements, worn completed today
whereby tents, blankets, etc., will
. be shipped at once for use of the cutlets
of West Virginia university at the
Miss Mary I5tt? Bit/hop returned today
from Aibrfghtsvilic. Preston county,
where she had spent a few days
WILL GUARD SILVER WREATH
FOR ANOTHER PEROID OF
CP'RIT SHOWN AT CONTEST.
WINNERS IN CONTEST
| Debate Clinton Austin
, Kccltnlion. ..Kathcrinc lluKgcrty
f Oration Kay Matthews
In a brilliant contest for supremacy
!est nhtht and for tlio possession of the
Inmous Silver wreath, the Normal Lyceum
was victorious over its opponent,
the Mozart Literary society and won
for another twelve month the trophy
wnicn win auorn tnc wails or tin- Nor
mal Lyceum literary hall.
The affair was a hctly contested one
and was featured by brilliant produclions
delivered in almost faultless
iftyle. Frevlcus to the contest each
society felt confident it would be the
winner In the contest and the judges
foultd It exceedingly difficult to decide
the winner, however, the Lyceum came
cut victorious amid much rejoicing
among the members a.:d fricfhds ol this
y The Lyceum wen the contest last
year and are especially jubilant over
winning the prfae two years in sueeesaion.
S The ]
SENATORIAL COMMITTEE STARTS
INQUIRY INTO THE WEST VIRGINIA
CHARLESTON. June 10.?'The federal
probe into conditions in the West
Virginia coal Held will be begun here
at two o'clock this afternoon, but
whether the Senate sub committee will
aeept the governor's offer of his reception
room in the capital or use a
rcotu in a hotel luw> not yet been decided
Louis J. Hennesy. sergcant-ut-urins
of tho Semite, arrived here lust night
to make arrangements for quarters
for the committee. The committee is
expected to arrive at noon and according
to tentative plans, it will hold
an executive session of short duration
to decide where the meeting will
he held and the. mode of procedure.
About 100 operators and miners are in
the city today willing and ready to
Rive testimony and during the early
days of the investigation is hardly will
be necessary for the committee to issue
subpoenas. There is much anxiety
felt here as to the probability of
a general strike in the Paint and Cabin
Creek regions within a day or
two. Many miners openly declare
that they believe tin- committee is
m'jking the investigation for their
'benefit aiul that the committee will
uphold any thing they do. Meetings
have been held nightly deep in the
maintain forests but what was done
at these is kept secret.
flJY AkSOCIaTKU Pittas.)
LONDON. ling., June 10.?Two women
were arraigned to-day at Richmond
police court on suspicion of hafc
ing set fire to the Hurst Park race
(nurse yesterday causing damage to
the extent of seventy thousand dollars.
They gave their names as KiUJ Malien,
an actress, and Clara Elizabeth
Di-ssen, a well known militant suffragette,
who has undergone several
terms of Imprisonment for outrages.
They were released on bail.
IUY AiMOtiArru I'MEMH.)
GALKSBURG, III.. June 1".?Chan.
A. Lindolf|>, a teacher of the violin,
was murdered in his room here early
to-day when he went to the aid of his
i ti.iunin t-i mio wua uruik cuokcu uy a
'burglar. The intruder escaped.
S IIS HONORS
The auditorium which was tilled for
the contest was tastefully decorated
in the colors of the Lyceum, old gold
and olive green, and the Mozart color,
blue, intermingled with the school colors
yellow and white.
The contestants were arranged on
the platform, the Lyceuinites on on
side of the entrance and the Mozarters
on the ether side.
Throughout the entire performance
the enthusiasm of the members of the
two societies was marked and flic college
veils and cheering kept up a din
preceding and following each performance.
| The judges or the contest were Ur.
Johnson, of the West Virginia Universitj,
Prof. George Colelnnk ct the
Grafton public schools, and Prof. William
Smith of the Adamstcn public
Following the announcement of the
decision of the Judges, members of the
Lyceum the victorious society came
?o town and almost took the town with
their yells and enthusiasm.
The programme was opened with a
vocal solo by Miss Carol Powell. Miss
Pc veil was at Iter best and Iter solo
The following programme was carried
Vocal solo?Carol Powell.
Otation?Patriotism and America.,
itm?G. T. FVderer.
Ot at'on?International Conciliation
(Continued from Page Two.)
* .'*" * "
(My Associated Micks)
LONDON. Kng.. June 10.?Many Servians
were killed tcday in a serious I
encounter between Servian and Bulgarian
troops near the small town o;'
Further conflicts are expected in
the same vicinity as the Servians on
Monday sent a note to the Bulgarian
coinmundcr giving hi in until 7 o'clock
in the evening to evacuate the town '
of Volodan, failing which the Servian *
general declared, ho would bombard 1
I skip. now occupied by the Bulgarians.
CHAPEL EXERCISE AT THE NOR- I
MAL SCHOOL FOR THIS TERM 11
WAS HELD THIS MORNING. "
The lust cliupel exercise of the ^
school year was held this morning 'U
the Fairmont State Normal school J(
and was largely attended by the stu- K
dent body and the alumni of the in- j
st it nt ion. v
The exercise was most enthusiastic 11
and interesting and was greatly enjoy- ?
e?| by those present though touched
with sadness on account of the fact ?
that the same body of students would li
never assemble again in a chapel ex- v
Many interesting addresses were ''
given by members of the faculty, Sonior
class and the alumni of the school. a
Among those who participated in R
the speech-making were the following:
Messrs. J. M. Jacobs, Joseph hosier,
11. L. Butcher. C. P. Hlgbee, ii. T.
Itogers, M. C. Lough, ltev, L. B. Bowi
ors and ltev. J. C. ftroomfleid and
j President of the Normal 0. I. Wood'
Oil AIM-KSTON. June 10.?Tile nln<* <1
teen ofl'teluls of the United Mine Worki
< rs of Ann rim who were indicted in
| t lie federal court here on Saturday on
! a charge of violating the Sherman an;
titrust law. will appear voluntarily in
court next Friday. June according
! to a statement given out at the' local
' headquarters of the organization to- c
; night. It is not expected that any (|
; court processes will be served In the ^
i eases unless some of the defendants j
| fail to appear on that date, as an tin1
derstanding was arrived at to that cf- x
! fr -t between counsel for the defend;
aids and Assistant District Attorney f
' H. I). Uummel. (
; A large number of persons interest. fl
: ed in coal mining in the state fs gathi
erltnr here for the iitnttirv intn the "
strike situation, which will be begun <
by the sub-committee of the United
States Senate tomorrow alter the
committee arrives at noon. Governor
Hat Held, through Senator Goff, has
tendered the governor's reception
room in the state house to tlie committee
for its 'hearings, but tonight
had not received any reply to his offer.
Badly Injured ;
CLAIIKSUUKG. W. Va.. June 10.Lietijamin
Nichols, aged 55, an employe
o' the South I'ciin Oil Co.. nt J!
j 1'olhoin. may lost* his lile ah a result I
or an accident that occurred whib |
he wag taking his first ride in hif
newly purchased automobile. He lies
in a sciious condition at .Mr*. ?,
Frumm's betel, at Sardis. with a J
crushed back and other injuries, but '
lie has a chance of recovery. Mr.
Nichols was taking his automobile i
Horn Clarksburg, where lie had Just '
purchased it. lo Folsom and in trying j
to make a turn in front of the Frumm
hotel, at Sardis. the machine backed
over a bank, turned and fell upon '
him. He fell into a bole in the ground
however and did not receive the full
v f ight of the machine, which fact undoubtedly
saved him from instant
he Home Paper."
1ST VIRGINIA. TUESDAY, JUNE
155 TAYLOR !
nnri i nniuin
-ISTENING TO HER BIBLE LEC- 1
TURES ARE TRULY THE OPPOR- i
TUNITY OF A LIFE TIME.
t. BRIM WOMAN,
)NE MUST HEAR TO HAVE A CON- a,
CEPTION OF THE WORK THAT d
SHE IS DOING.
A large audience assembled at the ^
il. P. Temple last evening for the Hi- a
?le class study conducted by Miss "
Taylor, of Chicago.
Miss Taylor was at her best last
veiling when she gave a clear expoit
ion of the 11th and 12th chapters of
JoBpel of St. John, lies lesson wn. ^
Host profound and her clear and tinTussive
manner of presenting the Hide
truths causes them to sink deep
nto the minds and hearts of her hearrs.
She also gave a short review of
he four gospels of St. Matthew. St.
m iv, Ol. uunc ttllU ai, JUIUI. (
Whil" the meeting nre always well it:
ft ended ninny nre missing these lea- |)i
ons who will regret it in the futuit. ci
t is especially desired that the con- en
orts of the Lyon campaign will not ?<'
liss the remaining few lectures or les- dt
ons ol the series. It.
Fairmont has never In her expert* c(
i.i-e had a more cultured and bril* i('
ant woman In her midst and to thuav.
ho are miming the lessons It need wr
nly be said they are missing an op- 1,1
ortunity of a life time. ,e
Miss Taylor is a brilliant woman 1(1
ml her knowledge of the Bible to- aI
ether with her interpretation of its u
mcliings and her graceful and magi*
al manner of presenting same to her oi
carers, can only be appreciated bv of
nose who are so fortunate as to hear
Her audience sits spcl] bound dur- I
tg her teachings ami almost hang I]
pon each word uttered by this splcn- ||
id woman. Her lessons are sermons
i themselves and she presents them
t a thoroughly delightful manner.
The class will meet mi tlitu ovaiilm.
/ednesduy evening, Thursday and
riday and on next Monday the conludiiig
number will be given at the
'irst Methodist Kpiscopal church 011 <;<
'ainnont avenue. ci
The afternoon classes will be eon- cm
ucted during the week as usual. ei
(By Associated Press) lG
BIRMINGHAM. Ala., June 10.?Disunion
of mine rescue work and acci- a
lent preventative methods will bo a R
nature of the convention of the mine I'
uspectors institute of the United
Rates whlc'ii began a four days con
ention here today.
Representatives were present from
'ennsvlvania. Illinois. West Virginia,
)hio, Montana. Tennessee, Kntu?ky
FINE POINTS IN ADVERTIS- J li
A reader of the West Virgin. j|
! ian the other day was planning c
I a fortnight's fishing trip in the h
Ad:rondacks, and in running t
through the advertising pages 0
1 chanced upon an advertisement
| of a sporting goods house.
Being entranced by the "out1
o'-door" atmosphere and sports|
manlike tone of the announce'
ment he was soon deeply eni
nmcc.H ToiA/arri ^nH fr> hi?
[J astonishment, he found com
plete, detailed information about U
the very lake on which he ex- j
pected to spend his vacation. J
He learned all about the fish ^ 0
and their habits, and the k nd ?j
cf tackle to use and a number |J
cf other useful and inforrr?nq /)
"oints all as if written for his Jj '
csprcial benefit by a true lover ?j '
of the sport!
Crystallized In this one adver- II ^
tisement was all of the inform- jj
ation; and more, that he needed II
to complete the arrangements (J
for his trio.
This is only one instance of jj
the splend d help that present jj
j day advertising _ offers to the II
j readers of the West Virginian, jj
:g-a^^rs,-,vg = r !.5,si's's's's'^Sr
! 10, 1913
hidge Mason Is
(By Asfiocia ed Press)
CHARLESTON. W. Va.. June 10.?
"he Commission created by the la^t
gislature to tfeat with the Virginia
uthorities relative to the Virginia
cbt suit, met here to-day and organ*
ted by the election of Judge John
l*. Mason, of Fairmont, as chairman,
ml John Harris, of Parkersburg. seeeta
R EBEING PRODUCED IN GREAT
NUMBERS BY TREMENDOUS
GROWTH OF WEALTH SAYS BOR
(By Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON. I). C.. June lo. ?
lie tremendous growth of weuith witu
f consequent Increase of idle rich H
-oducing a class of criminals in this I
mat ry almost faster than the police
hi cope with it. according to liepreutative
Borland, of Missouri, who to- i
iv addressed the convention of the i
iter-National Association of Chiefs
Police. Mr. Borland declared that
le rich set a pernicious example in
eir search for amusement and i
oused a desire of emulation in the.
inds of persons of small means. Th??i
suit of such an example, he said, was |
i tempt poorer folks into indiscretion j
id crime to obtain money with which ;
gratify newly acquired tastes.
Tlie Cabaret show he declared to be
io of the main causes for the spread
,SKS RELEASE 01
PAUKKltSUUMG, June 10.?Habeas
>rpus proceedings were instituted in
reult court here this afternoon to seure
the release of K. Kedfern Turn-1
. the local choir director^and church
orker, arrested last week on a warmt
sworn out by his wife, at llelpre,
hio, charging him with non-support.
p their child for the past ten years,
he hearing of the petition was set
>r Wednesday afternoon.
HL'NTIXGTON. June 10.?Itobert
ousins, a negro suspect, arrested for
n alleged criminal assault on Mrs.
Joyd Alley, a white woman of Wilamsoii
last Saturday, was brought
ere tonight by the Mingo county auliorlties
and lodged in the Calhoun
ounly jail for safe keeping. Threats
ad been n nle at Williamson to lynch
lie negro and he was quietly spirited j
ut oi tn<? city. |
CHARLESTON. W. Va.. June 10.?
oscph Miller, of Kenovu, was to-day
'. pointed by Governor Hatticld as ?
innber of the Virginia debt conunis
ion tc succeed Judge John II. Holt
f Huntington, who announced lu
ould not serve. The commission
hich consists of fifteen members wui
rented bv the last legislature to cot
n with the Virginia authorities wit
view to a settlement of the su
ending between this State and VI:
inia and will meet h?re to-morro\
purposes of organization.
Fair with froat
i Coming \
THEY WILL LOOK OVER THE SITUATION
HERE. TAKE LUNCHEON
AT THE COUNTRY CLUB
AND MEET THE BUSINESS MEN
OF THE CITY.
One of the most important events
in railroad circles for Fairmont is the
coming of the New York Central olllrials
who will make an inspection of
the Buckhannon and Northern extension
toinojorvv. The party consisting
of A. H. Smith, senior vice-president
of the New York Central; Albert H.
Harris, second vice president and general
counsel of the New oYrk Central;
C. F. Duly, third vice-president,
chief of the transportation depart
tnent of the New York Central; Colonel
Schoonmaker, vice-president of tit"
Pittsburgh and Lake Krie Railroad
Company; S. I). Brady, chief engineer
for the Buckhannon and Northern
Uallroad Company, and others will arrive
here on a specif 1 train at noon
over the lines of the Baltimore and
Ohio from Kivesville. The trip to
Hlvcsville will be made over the line
of the Buckhannon and Northern.
j The party will be taken to the Country
Club where they will at 1:20 enI
joy luncheon. At two o'clock they
will meet the business men of Fair1
mont at the Country Club. The members
of tho party will then visit a
mine or two of the Consolidation Coal
Connihnv and will then look nv??r tho
company's property in general leaving
Fairmont at live o'clock.
Nothing in railroad cltcles here lias
so enthused the people of Fairmont
I as the coming of this distinguished
i party of railroad officials who are com.
| ing here in the interest of developing
[ this part of West Virginia. The inI
different treatment of this section of
I West Virglniu by the Baltimore and
j Ohio has been wearing on our people
and every person is ready with open
I arms to welcome the coming of the
1 Bnckliunnon and Northern.
I The party of officials are coming
here to determine where the Buckhannon
and Northern shall enter Fairmont.
They will be shoivy the vast
tonnage that will come to their road,
the vast amount of products for
transportation to the markets of tliu
world which will pas sover their lines,
the great development that awaits the
pushing their road into this part or
the state all of these matters will b"
carefully brought to the attention of
Fairmont is glad to welcome this
visiting party and everything possible
will be done to make their short stay
a pleasant and a profitable one.
vi-''v> ^ v; S* '' *"' WANT
I INSERTIONS FOR 2*0
For Flvo Llnoo or Thirty WorSo
ADVERTISERS GET RESULTS.
'GOES 10 PRISON
llOSAVE INNOCENT |
MILITANT SURRENDERS TO FREE
| SERVANT GIRL ACCU8ED IN
j DONCASTKR, Eng.. June 10.?
While the examination or a servant
1 girl charged with an attempt to set
1 lire to Westtteld House was proceed*
1 lug to-day. May Dennis, alias Lillian
Linton, who was wanted by^the police
| in connection with the Kew Garden
suffragette outrages last Kebruaty,
caused a sensation by entering the
.-oiiil .ml unl<nnu>ll>ftan/1 that l? turn*
t*he who had tried to burn the.house.
The servant girl was discharged and
Miss Dennis was arrested. Harry Johnson,
a young newspaper man implicate |
id in the same case, was committed *|
I for trial.
I LONDON'. June 10.?Miss Emily
Wilding Davidson, the militant auttru-.
gette who died from injuries received
while interfering with the running of
i he Derby, will be buried at her homo,
j I.onghorsley, Northumberland, on 8at-?
.urday. The Women's Social Political
Union is arranging an imposing funerat
procession across London.
The trial of the sufTragette leaders
charged with conspiracy under the malicious
damage to property act begun
today at the Central Criminal Court,
TO GET HIS MONEV?NO> LONI5.
ER TO OPPOSE MOTION1 TO DCCLARE
NEW YORK, June 10.?John Armstrong
Chaloner, whom New! York
courts have declared Insane and Virginia
courts sane, may regain possession
of his $1.500,0U0 interests in this
State without opposition if he will
make application in New York State
(.otitis. Thomas T. Sherman, guar
diun of the local estate, so deolared in.
day In impels filed with the Supreme
Mr. Sherman said he would not oprose
a motion to have Chaloner declared
sane by New York courts.
Miss Mary Jackson, of Jane Lew,
who was the guest of her sister, Miss
Lester Jackson, has returned. 'I