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   Wichita Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 17, 1913, Wichita Falls, Texas                                City National Bank Sirplil li. Ttbl Volume VII WICHITA FALLS. TEXAS. TUESDAY JUNE 17, 1913 tftunber 30 BH VI Si; i tbiir wit, availa blllt M If IduiilMi lr.ii] t qu. H tiff, r tho n faeloo mi inn securluk. fuiuti on tours, of un> kind And ur tim 1 knnun ami m xl reudilv n j travtlirs en tilt obtainable travelers hojuos I-or. r channu and Hank Money Or I. City National Bank Capful and Surplus MINING PROBE TO CLOSE TONIGHT SENATORS HEAR OPERATORS SIDE OF WEST VIRGINIA TROUBLE MANY WORKMEN QUITTING of Outbreak In Hits are Present, But Outlook Is Hopeful By Associated Charleston Va, June United Stutcs Senate coinmlttoo In veatlgatlng mining conditions In this Statu will finish taking testlmonv here tonight Todays lestln o iv was given over to the operators cmtor sw ibon chairman of Ihc otniulttce H n to- day It won abbOltttel> neeessary for memben of the   to b- back ID Washington this week .Sows of the critical condition In the bills continued to come Into Charleston today. Although union officials declared they were doing tbelr bust to kotjp tbelr men on Pojqt and Cabin Creek at work, many men were quitting Ce mines Operators said they were ivlug no dldlcully running their plants Strike Regorta Meager Tho committee faces a more so rlous situation than heretofor In vlev, of tbo declaration that really amoim'e to anothei strike In the' Point Creel and Cabin Crek districts To what extent tho districts will bo affected by this latest action of the mlaors was not made known In meager D portA received from tbo mine rcglonb todar f Word, from tbo Isolated sections that the strike was on again drifted Into Charleston from half a dozen Boureea and representatives of nt'n" owners, miners and state ofllclils sought In vain for definite word from the little camps along the creeks Union Attorneys Confident 'fhe union attorneja before 'ho committee declared they were cer tain that'the men bad declined to uo back to work today, at meetings held yesterday, but they were unable f make any cellmates of tbo striken, There were comparatively few union men-Jfr.-tha-jSeM, but they believed both union and non union men decided to quIL With the New rlvor district, a fe miles away from tbe creeks awiklni, only the match to set off a conflagra tlon of excitement, the state olflctili fedoy watched the situation wit1- fuar and trembling For davs the New river miners numbering ir.ooi hare threatened trouble and It win feared the new outbreak on Pali t and Cabin Creeks would prerlpl ate the struggle Are Accused The miners meeting at KBkdile and Layford according to reports roacli Ing Charleston, %otcd to renew trr> strike on the ground that the opfn tore had not lived up to their ogre-- ment to take the strikirs bick t> work without discrimination This claim and the story that mlno guards bad beaten up four men on Cabin Creek on Saturday caused the dc clslon POULIT8A BIZOU'S WAGE FEATURE IN RIOT CASE Ipswich, Mosi. June Judge C A Sayward, at the resumption of In- case of nineteen persons charged with rioting during the strike disturb anccs last week had examined a mill lecord Indicating thu during Janu nry February and March a maximum of and a minimum of W 01 IP wages for a full week of fiftv four hours were paid Pulltsa nirou joung Oreck girl She testified Saturday that during a >car and a half In tho mill nhe re about two and a halt t'ollars a week CLAY COUNTY ORDERS GOOD ROADS ELECTION Dellevuo Texas June 17 clec tlon has been ordered bv the "ommlt. slonert court of Cln> county for lnl 10 following the pros-nntlon of i petition with a large number of era asking the Question of n fifteen ei nt tax to be voted upon The amount of Inieroit hv the cltlxcns of the count) In gmM roads makes It ncarlj cerl-ln tbsi the election will carry GERMAN STATES, RULERS CONGRATULATE EMPEROR Allied Meet In Berlin to Silver Anniversary of Reign By AModlted Pros Rcrlln June 1" The di> ol the rxoiK- >osterdny In tho celcbriino.n ol twentynve yearn relKn b> Inner nr snecei rtod li> that if the allied joverelsns of tho fuloratol m itos of the empire riilern jiresented thilr congnl ilatlonn tn tfiheir leader Mnst of thi rovnlttos Urrlved lam nlghi aid gntht-rod it noon In the I'lllnr Hill rhosen lo enable tht l-nipresn A uita Victoria Is 111 to I irtl itiat In Ihc ricoptlon The Prince Regent of narirli the spokcsiimn said th, omp. ror I id himself the of icico anl at the name time an upbulltkr of the might Trickery and Treachery of Cabl not Ministers Have Given Ample By t IHI I nttt I otidou June sjieoth In difonse ol tho tnitrnKiH committt. 1 b> militant suffragettes wan delivered loda) In Central Couit by Mlua Annie Klnnev, on trial tor consptruo If I hive got to die to R  pre- vious stage of the trial Mis Kin ncy asserted that the action of tbe. Unionists and the speeches of cabinet ministers who f. Id had asserted thit the unfranchlned were, justified In rebelling to ket thch grltvunccs remedied furnished ample warnnt for militancy If further JiiBtlflcalion were ncces sarj said the trickery and tieachcr> of cabinet mlnlsti TH sun- tilled It The present government bas treated the aspirations of tho mor abominably than any British government since 18C7 Six of the moit prominent leaders of the militant suffragette orginln tlon and one of their mole mipporln-s were today found guilty of lo commit malicious damage to proi- trty The women officials of thi Women s Soclil nnd Political Union arc Mlofl Harriet Kerr, Miss Agnon Miss Rachel Barrett, Mrs Beatrice SRUnders Miss Annie Kin ney imd I-aura Lennox The man, Clayton Is nn onalvtl cat chemist. FIERY IflTORY BY SUFFRAGETTE WOMAN ON TRIAL FOR CONSPIR ACY SPEAKS IN OWN DEFENSE MILITANCY IS JUSTIFIED UNIVERSITY ALUMNI WILL HOLD MEETING JUNE 24 To Gather at Dallas to Take for Adoption of Joint Resolution No 18 By Associated Tress. Dillia Tcx.is. June meeting of alumni of Texas University In all liana of Texas as well as collegt or .animations throughout the Stnte wni. colled todiy to be held In thli t) Tuesla> night lunc 24 to launch H nmprflgn for the idoptlon of benatt Joint Resolution No 18 Trie mooting was called b> Ihe Pnl as association of tbe nlumnl Pi em lent Mczcs of the State UnlverBll and State Superintendent of Public Institution F M nrulley will speak SOLDIERS IN LONG WALK TO ADVERTISE THE ARMY Newport H I June f! Sergnntii Ixmls A Mohr of the 101 coist anil cry compnn> nnd Karl Hit man o' he National Guard of Rhode ltd ind Blarted from Newport >es f-da> on a walk to San Francisco The men ore clad In military khak and a 111 speak In, manv towns ami cities In on endeavor to irousp Inter- >st In tho coast orilllcr> anl service H Is expected that the pair will be on the road a >enr KNIGHT SUCCEEDS HALL IN UNIVERSITY OP SOUTH. Sowanto Tonn Juno A A' Knight M'lscopil bishop of uln was clti ic 1 vice chancellor of the I'nlverelt) of Ihe "South lodnv coodlnt Dr 1! Hall resigned PARIS DIPLOMATIC POST STILL AWAITS McCOOMBS Washington June IMIson Is holding open the nmbaflia dorihlp to France for Illlnm F Me oon bs chairman of the Democratic latlonnl committee the lait lew Presldert called Mr Mc( oomba Inqulr IK ifter sojcum rann hi had changed his mini bout inking the Tirls embassy No epl) WIP received FATAL WRfccK ON NEW HAVEN R. PUTS MELLEN ON NEWifcRILL; SCENES OF SMASH SUFFS INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS IS AT WORK Hmlnpeil llungorv lime nf thi International Miffrnge illiance stirted Its real today under the projldtnrv of Vrn irrlo hai tnnn all of New An iffort made to go' on ex presslon of opinion trom the con In to inllltanc) but iht pgatos a rcnolutlon declln to eoninili tbe congress on Broun I th-vt Ihe constitution of Ihe Illance fnrlilihi Interference In quct lions of national policy The resolution however hat a ulnct re revision accompink-  llnortler had never been conitnifd nn argument igatnst male suf frnse soil survey of on [ountv hns Jilflt boon mm'I11 id nn [1 r Ihc llrortlon of the Inltol llnrolll of lolls TwontVBtven 'lltrr orl rUBROS of solU wprf 'oun I nr tllnu to tht Biirrtnt iftirillv ever) fool of Iff 1 n ttf fonon county Is auscept 'o culil 'tlon Because of numerous wrecks and government Investigation the jecent fatal smashup on the New York, New Ilavon S. Hartford railroad nt Stamford tonn when nix wern and u score hurt caused wldt! indlRiiatlon President Millin who Is SAYS LABOR HAS ITS LOBBY ALSO SENATOR W A SMITH TESTIFIES BEFORE SENATE INVEST! GATING COMMITTEE NEWSPAPERS THERE, TOO Working for Print Papers of President Using Hit Influence Rj 1 I Juno 1 Senalor lam Alden smith of Mlcblkin dc clored before tlu Senate lobby In veitlgnilon coi unltiee totln> thit tb clause In Hie K imlrj civil bill non awaltlnc the i rt lent flgn nun exen pllng tibor untune ind farmers orpanlzatit from prosecution under tht Sherm in law rcircsenlel the work of a lot bv The ven I ill on tht president s desk this nmrnliiK put throng i by a lobbv of labor The> llitrt Is t Insn Ickl'lalln i In It Sflmucl f tin pers Tttnilttt I t i me It clins Ifclslatlon Sdintor Smith added hf Knew lohn of the r t hod been here for fn e prin patter He itl'nl that the tomi i rince pi ojilc hid maintained i lobby In Senator Smith he ipirovnl of the use tif Inflmnce bv tht i res) 1< pla and said evtrv imsldtnt n leve land hail "s" H It BOY HURT AT GLASS PLANT WILL RECOVCR Will vvhote skull fmr lured In nn art i Int ublrh otrirrt I nt Ihe II II Hr< s I.NSS fv r lost Snturlnv nj. rt ornd to be now entlrelv out of dnncrr in I thi insurance ii ut Marl ncy hoai thnt sul It r no 1 Arm int nl In I irv OR L MULLER EATS HIS BREAKFAST IN STEEL MILL Po helfhoin Pi Ji no 17 Dr Uiiiro r m niMor or fore en nffilrB of tnliv itt noil iht minnfact ir i ir RrcaV'ant Birve.i for parij at the steel mills dining room under Indictment In connection with the Went port (Conn wreck on Feb 12 1912 when fifteen were killed Is again on the grill In connection with the management of the road OH a re suit of the snniford disaster nl though the blame was put by the road WEATHER FORECAST Untettled showers tonight and Wednetday CONVICTED BANKER GOES TO PRISON UNATTENDED F E Pye of Houston for Huntsvllle to Begin Five Year Sentence ny Associated Pn u HouKton Tcxjb June former i rt-anlciit ol the liquid it ed Dank nn I trust Company left this morning unittended for ville where he will cjitcr service un- on hla two sentence In tbe penlttntlar) in a case from i omit) In whitli i Chinee of vonae bud been grant d from Harr s conn t) MEXICAN REBELS' CAUSE APPARENTLY GAINING Eight In Tamaullpas and Nuevo Leon Reported Captured Recently .17 Baglc Pass 1 xna June 17 has been retelv 1 In 1'ledras that eltht In Taiiinnllpis ml been token bv tin cnmttlintlonallni The rebel foi operating aroun I Saltlllo have c m Ktillduieti and n w number 1 (MI n n Saltlllo ami T rreon hnvt bet 11 ceitn Isplilod ind their fall Is ex t.eneral Him o who IB in cnn mind IB report. I to be exton ling lioctod constlt nlonallsts b> whole vnle A consul itlonatlst agent arrlv id from Paris oUims to have ronflrmi tlon of the rt rt of the failure of ihe Huerti loan because of the pio- cretH made liv constitutionalists PLAN INVESTIGATION Oc OKLAHOMA OIL PRICES fH ABfoolitt i Press t June 1 vostlgntlon M the Socrt lary tf fomm. rtt whether the i Hoe of oil In Oklihinia Is belne nr tlfleilly llxo.1 and h) whom was proiwod in a resolution Introduced ttxla) by Senator Owen upon the engineer Tho upper pic lure, bow the engine of section No 2 plunged Into the rear Pullman of Ihc first section of tho Doiton to New York express. Tho lowef rlew shows how the 1'iillmin was lifted partly up on the englno as Its nay Inside tbe car REFUGEES TELL OF PRIVATIONS BOAT REACHES GALVEBTON TO DAY WITH 335 AMERICANS ABOARD MANY SCANTILY CLOTHED Property and Crops Taken by of Them are Without Oalvoslon Texas June Hteajner Mtxkano having on board ir> from Vern Crut and Tamplrn Mexico roiohrd (J ilvoston aril) afternoon toda> and difccm rklhg of the refugees begoo at onci_ They wero a looking set intone whom wen a nutnbe of wo uit n ant) children dome of whom were very sianlllv clothed antl man) with looks of terror still on t faces The Red Cross one from York and one fronr Inuton were In elnrjce of tho part) and will aid them to reach tbelr hones Only one man In the cn'lie pirt) had suihneni ft to pay bib (are from to borne Tbe refugees toll of barsh treatnent of pillsglng and lion The combitants of both hcljied thomstlves to iht propertv of anl In a nlimbcr ol in Minns growing t roiw uere aoan tloned ami ttie to fled to the const Many of Iho Americans were oil the vorge of marvatlon when the Monmer plcki I thtm up All quarati tint- wire waived and no lofugooB were to ccrou ashore at once GEN 8LOCUM SURVIVORS IN ANNIVERSARY'CHORUS Sow June ninth an ffntflr) of tbi burning of the ex rttt n steamer t Slocum It 1th hun Irodfl of pvrsons lost their OB In telng olservfd as usual by rvlvors of tho disaster iesierdav tho exact date of the dip osier more than 2 gather t t In the I utheran cemetorr around the nl erected to mark the gratis of tint lentlfled dead and lolneJ in singing hymns A feature of the services was a of surv vtirB who were youths and maidens ai Ihe lime of the aster now grown lo miobood and wo- manhood IN THE BALKANS BULGARIANS ACCEPT PROPOSALS OF GREEK AND SERVIAN RULERS CHOLERA CAUSING ALARM Raging In Macedonia and Cauilng Many Among the Vienna June II ilgirl in governmc nt bus accepted tlu iiioblt Izatlon proposals inutle by S. ivlu urn! Orteco an online If the Ntw HB 1 hi condition In made hou ev rnl Saturday It assumed ibo State will offer a motion In the fed era I district court to set the llooi njunctlon aside Attorney General s position Is hat the essential conditions were Identical In the three Stan s It IB not believed that the lltlkatlon will stop as far as Oklahoma Is concern ed No evidence been tnken on tbo facts Judge John nurford of former Chief Justice of the Oklaho- ma Territorial supremo court nnd now a member of the State Senate agreed niKjn by the State antl tho carriers as a speclaL master but the case WIB permlltiH} to rest until ilic Missouri and Arkansas wire paused The carriers still hive their opportunity to show that the Oklahoma 2c rale would be conflsca lory and either side woull have an appeal to the supremo court Both Oov Cruce and members of he corporation commission lallrve he State Is on tbe thresho'd of sue ess and the former Is no little e'1 ed over the prospects alnce he t bears out his position ID one Pi JBC of the controversy with the I eg sla lire ST. LOUIS PHONE GIRLS OUT ONTRIKE TODAY Refusal of Company to Negotiate With Operators Union Walkout 8t l-ouls June 17 telephont operators In the employ of the western Telegraph or Bell t ompanv struck this morning wtaen officials of coiupin) refused to negotiate wlrh tho operators union Ai the main exchange tho girls commlttov finding ihomite'lvtB barred cllnibel to the roof of a story bulldln  nightfall Hit MefatiMKim Art tie Kxpotllilou whoso ixpttiMs art paid i ntln ly by ihe uiudlin dlfforji Tiom most of Hit otlitr polar untlor- nklngB In that Its objeeth aro pnctl- ind commercial Its arc lo It iru wholber a polar contlpei I to map the Islands already list east of the mouth of too MatNinzIc Itlur, lo make n coll'-c lion of the Arctic flora and faurt. to survcj the chnniiels amonR Iho III ihe tif establishing t ratio ronten to iniko a geological survey of tbe Inlands whlcli arc he- Ilived te> contain coppt r and o'hcr ulnoralu in I to study the' "blondo Faklmos tif Coronation f.ulf on> tho mainland south of Vlctorlaland t n tffort will be made- to reach Iho North Pole, that will bo left to Mnuiiilm ji who will sill Into tho Arctic in xt summer No attempt will be nude lo bring back liny nf the blonde l-nklmos or to open tbelr CoiintrS to civilization, wblch Stcfru.- nsiton would JWtroy them Do rxpcdlllon lo return i.o'Nonio In Septt mber 101C but may he rted to Ureenlind. crusalng tho North Pole on the way To Step At Nome The Slcfannson loaves Nome Alaska on Ju'y 20 -JTll composed of the old barkenttnp Tlr; 1 wooden whaler Karlnk tons ind the gasoline scrou VIHKO! AlaKk e thirty two tons which Is alreidy l.i (he north and will moot Iho Karlnk at Nome From Nome the ships wl'l iireicood north through Ucrlng Stmft nto the Arctic Ocean during the irlcf porlod of open witor and he d .ant to Beaufort Sea It Is reported hat a continent exists north of tho Bea ami the Karluk will steer elue north and seek land on which Ste.f' nnsson and his main part) mav cs a base the Knrlitk returning lo Ilerschel for the winter The Ice In Beaufort Sea mav H> hoM of the Kurluk and carry hei towa 1 .reenland or It may crush tho li ntn bits Tho explorers are -d for elthor event If the Karluk 's nblo to make way north through he Qlocatlon of tho (on Inent and no land (s found II will f possible mike Its wa> enst t) I'rlnce Patrick Island and winter hen wlih tho purpose of mnklni; w'n or sledge JournovH north and east llh the Stefansson on thi Knr'ult. n tho nortl ern part> will be aln Hnbert finrtlett I'ciry s old ng m-xater and a picked crew of Britishers James Murray K-oiuo- graphir T McKlnlcr clan 1'nlverfllty of (Slast-ow, Malloch Canntllin government coolo- gist, and a six-claim In stri'aKTnuh) Scientists In Party Most of the will Join th southern or Plctorlalond ptrt) nn be Alaska From Point Ilar-ow will hurr> westward hoping 10 roa li a I) IBO on Simpson lia) Vlf orlniaptl befon winter sets In In this par y will bo R M Anderson noloqb-' ommnndlng Frltli V S govtrnment biologist J B O K-ll mining geologist mombt r goolor'rnl nurve) Kenneth Chapmnn an! J R ox Cinadlan topoirraphorB 1ltn-1 lit nuchal anihropologlBl Ur lennla Dr Forber A Macka) Srhackloton s antorsrtlc i J 'edition furgoon of EdlrbuTlh IV. erslt) ind ind c'ne mategraiihers A thorough sclmtlcftc will he made of Victoria and which Is supposed to conf lu groat copper deposits will also be paid to the blonde Fsklmoi m the mainland There Is a tndl Ion nmong the continental Kskln os hat Vlctorlalnnl about which 'I'tl known Is Irhabliated hy Fsk'mo rlbes Stefanason antl Andorsort are oughly fnmlllnr with the countT be ween Point Barrow Alaska injl i point far lo the e-iBt of the MHeKrn le River that hnvlnc been Ih- si "n of their earlier In heir formor they sep anited u opt of the time Ale? 01 man llvot Btonn except as Ni foil n with t mds of Ksklmos S of-ns Bon there IB no fenr ol n 'or thore Is plonty of flsh and In he north Fxrept for some which ihe ship will earn h. i  r trre The companv nrh opt-ratt tbo plm n built owpod b" I Irwin nl uns SP4PFR1   

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