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Messenger (Newspaper) - November 15, 1910, Beckley, West Virginia VOL2 BECKLEY W VA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1910 WATTElvtSONON THE El SECTION SAYS RESULT IN 1912 DE PENDS ON i RECORD OF LOWER HOUSE Election Secures hnerica Against OneParly and fneMan Pow Tariff I br Revenue Only is iMfeeded Henry Wattersoirih the Cour rierJournal undek the title of The People Still says in part For the it never nuns but it iours This is onlyaaother way of repeating Mr Tildens of t saying that lit requires p revolution to the party in power and to bring ii the opposi tion Nevertheless wliHst exhilarat ing to democrats out in the cold so long and so used to defeat that they can scarcely resize the actu ality and the meaBtflt victory the vote of streng then the faith of all thoughtful Americans in the virtue and intelli gencc of the people and therefore in the stability of free institutions under the representative form of government started last week ami i tiie work will e rapidly pushed so as to have the structure completed witli iu five or six weeks site for the Ixi iklingr is direct lyat the rear of ther anl the building which a onestory frame struck IT havefour portable partitions so that it may be change from school rpoins to an auditorium Tie annual bazaar oi that church mil be given jusi us soon the likll B cojipletctr SHOTTING AFFRAY Occurred at Stauaford Satwday NO 4 CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC LATESrriINOFFieLlL EIGUfc ES GI DEMOCBATS40 i ON JOINT BALLOT Weet Yirgiraa Legislature 7 f te cratic 38Votes om Joint HasjEvem a f i Frorii Stanafoid coiats the re1 portof another shooting affray on last Saturday tiighk It seems from tlie best information Umt can be obtained that the trouble over a woman and that the store manager ana another employe of the company was sliot by W W Angus whd in making good his escape The men who were shot ark not to be in a condition q laet Tuesdays eleeiionj though ficial will as firstreported Mine Foremens Exutimtion Taking a long look backward and seeking to shape the future by the instruction of our various mis leading in the past way ahead ought to be tolerably t plain We shall not have the majorities in the 1 two houses of Congress to control We canonly in the Jower house foreshadow and formulate legisla tion With this lower house of the new Congress therefore an extraordinary responsibility will rest Upon its wisdom or folly will depend the election of a Dem ocratic president in 1912 The one great question which lias proved a stumbling block to all parties is the tariff if we go to pieces on any rock we shall go to pieces then But with a firm man in the speaker ship such as we believe Champ Clark will show himself to be and a surefooted courageous and con scientious Ways and Menus Com mittee n measure of revenue re form may be constructed on which womay go to the country united uml oonlklcnt There can be andv there must be a tariff bill prepared by the coming Ways and Means commit tee which shall scale the process of reduction through a term of years stripping the present tariff com plicated for the purpose of confu sion of its surplusage and elimin ating both the mystifications and the local features which the cow ardly and the weak have hitherto relied on to stand between them selves and their accountability at home Advised by the misadventures of the Cleveland administration brought in by an overwhelming vote afteran educational campaign of 20 years to carry out a drastic revision for which the country was then ripe and ready the democrat ic party cannot now wisely go be yond the lines here specified but it can plant itself m the doctrine of a tariff for revenue only Work Started Work on the school building for the Catholic congregation was Chief MinVlnspector JohnLaing has announced that the board of examiners oJr his department will conduct another examination for mine foremen and tire bosses in Beckley oTrrfcecember 14 and 15 This is expected a larg er number of applicants than any previous examination only about 80P JiriVgrade certiti cates issued supplies about onehalf of the demand for tirst classjniners state There fore lite mine department urges those who contemplate taking the examination to make preparations for the coming series of examina tions WILL CUTEST wfth the following 1 1 confer Braekaan Ccuncilmen ter Kanvwood and Phillips Thejj prim pal bvsincsb ti ansAtttetl the KGadijgof 4hc bids relative to jl thetonstiudosiof a bvidge from GROSS FRAUDS WERE PRACTICED IN MIN GOAND MCDOWELL to Milclwlli avenue runrai to SWfj same wei e vfijeclexS awl the slroet or have same eonotlBcted at st ccitubtv ex M Itevis trens Accounts rect Vote Jknotrni until determined count Well Known LewfeburitlAijr Sufficient as the repieseiLfciiioBiin well as vras victorious in the the different stated At tie home of the mbth ais at Msftarilfe Ky at bigfe noon 20th Miss Ktliel Lee Ykxoy bride William Jacob McLaughin of falls toHofc RE Kiddi Senator rTTT i snmrfMr w lA oatil likely tha MrSt Lent of the MbDn 11 1 mculk in munifeyv Miss Vicrov will be e The result jn tbe stateHndmatioai as tabulated betew isasoear be detenaiaed at to the Elected Calal W 4 K Republicans 4 11 Li w House Amendments It is believed that the two con stitutional amendments submitted to the Voters on last Tuesday were indorsed though the returns in arc so incomplete as to make any estimate very inaccurate The amendment giving certain privileg es to women to serve on boards is believed to have carried beyond doubt butthe Supreme amendments ran behind but it also probably curried It appears tluvt the large towns fiivordd thcjtmeu mcnlsmul the rural cpnuniinUies opposed them Republicans Maiprityi HOUSB 1J JouiL ballot 77 IW Douaocrats elected226 JJfiVubljcans ejccted Socialist elected Doubtful distrlfit Total Majority of hoiuse 1 Demo majority in Hovist tho HOW TUli STATES The foljowing figures show vote given to the governor of eacl Va Wv TheWesbyirgiauii be officiatol Mri of a thriokksiynatoir kft witK IwOAidefoi in point honor He lias fKsocae time bookkeeper for Official Frem Be7 Until r A fterr County Court Caii official tigunes from county are nxt yet known untbwill notUftunfJi after fekAanvas3toftlievetei byi bkecoun of therepi b that wiUi have eaauglivotesmthattoounbyT coup plui theotlien counties S the district Kankin Wiky Butbethis as it MixWiley his friends ther of faasof the Vicroy be weU by Iter many fmals on hea return to Lewisburg brideof the popular and worthy Im dependent Miss Vkroy resided im about two years and was sienograpiicr for a l4cal law During her stay Ijare she made friends Violated Mb W H StewarCSre boss at Ec deswas arraignedin cotirt last week ovjtlie charge of violating the mining laws k the extent of markingO K on bul letin lxard tlie evwlence showed that not inspected mine on thak conse quMitly he fined S50 atail costs the returnswthere slwUishaw the kion of Hughes Mr WUejwill Uke iuunediate stops his pppoDvots seatk be wiUtdemandiairecwutui Mingo McDcwell andiMfirQwraod should i the rMurns stdiLbe unfavorable he VriHlcarry floor oi the vrfjene the not we electim ia legally andi fairly conduct Mrx olauaicff that PistoJ Toting Geo WJaniies of was arrcstedUt Skeltoh last wccfis Swous Accident Jackson Huutlv of JoimsiHwii 3iadi the uafifoituuewhile waiting 4i the United LLvmbcr Cosoijanv near Beckley kst Friday to rec leive a bcolcea iJiouklcr anrji other injurieb which will disaUlo f rpni viioiik for a time I Lucky Martin Dame Fortunedidnt puss R V Martin unnoticed but on the other hand seemed to hunt him up in order to unload some of her burden of good luck In Ifct Tuesdays election Mr Martin wiw elected president of Towndistrict boaixVof ediicntioii by an over whelming majority and on Satur day night at Meadcs diamond drawing he was awarded the diamond ring Mrs Redden Entertains About forty young iwoplc were royally entertainedat the beautiful home of Mr and Mrs A B Hod den on East Kanawha street last Saturday evening The party was given in honor of Thelma and Aubrey Smith After many games and oilier amusements had been enjoyedtliehostess ser ved a delightful luncheon The young folks will long remember the pleasant evening and their kind hostess Alabama dem 45000 000 000 Connecticut1 3500 Idahorep10000 Iowa rop 12000 California Colorado i 7 the cjiarge ol and found i tpon Hisipcitson whs brought tore SquiriiTmil amji b or hi Massachusetts dem Michigwi rep60000 Minnesotarep 30000 Nebraska 10000 Nevada rep 2000 New Hampshire rep 0000 New Jersey dem 40000 New York dem 65000 North Dakota dem 200ft Ohio dem 99000 Oklahoma dem 20000 Pennsylvania rep 20000 Rhode Island rep 900 South Carolina dem 4t000 South Dakota rep 12000 Tennessee 12000 Texas dem 125000 Wisconsin rep 5000 Wyoming dem 2000 COUNCIL MEETING Regular Meeting Disposes Little Business The regular meeting of the cit council was held last night Cor A mm by the nauie of Mays wns assessed imd costs for t Fine Coal Tipple the iioesfc coaltiiHlcs Wtet Virginia kthe oae of the Coal Company 011 Winding Gulf The tipplewhich nearing completion is construct ed of steel and will cost in the neighborhood of that Mr Smith was employed the leg yard and while to looser a logthat was bejfcg hiuiled oa the which wftgngiiuist a stmup some one from caliad to the engineer to go ahcud noi seeing Mr givve tlio alwitl pull wlwi tlw ifew out striking jjun breaking bis shoulder jyul br wlsinghis left hand as well us causing other injuries Owen Fortytwo Party Wednesday evening Mrs Davis onterUmed at tho Moved to Beckley CoimtvSurvevorG F Wilson hivs moved with his family from Harper to the Windsor property on Knob hill Mr Wilson comes toBecklcy so that his children may attend the Beckley schools Will for Southwest Geo W Bailey the photograph er will leave the city next for New Mexico or California for the benefit of his health Mr Bail ey will probablyspcncl three months therein the effort to regain his health Quescnbcrry on Kanawlui street with a partyin lionor of Maaos Svie and Anna Laing of Lewisburg Afteif tluv giiincs tcnyjtijLig refreshments served in llulxaiiti fully dccomtcd dining ball Has Typhoid Oukloy Dunn son of Prosecut ing Attorney Dunn was taken to Campbell hospital last Friday to receive treatment for typhoid 11 i condition is not serioivs and at lust report was getting nicely Banks Will Be Closed Both the city banks will bo closed on Thanksgiving day Thurs day November 24th that being national holiday
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