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Wichita Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 17, 1913, Wichita Falls, Texas City National Bank li Volume VII WICHITA FALLS TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 17 1913 30 BH VI Si i wit M If t qu H tiff r tho n mi inn fuiuti on tours of kind And ur tim 1 ami m xl n j en tilt obtainable travelers hojuos r 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 Senate In mining conditions In this Statu will finish taking here tonight Todays o iv was given over to the operators sw ibon chairman of Ihc H n day It won 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 bust to men on and Cabin Creek at work many men were quitting Ce mines Operators said they were no running their plants Strike Meager Tho committee faces a more so situation than In of tbo declaration that really to strike In the Point Creel and Cabin Crek districts To what extent tho districts will bo affected by this latest action of the was not made known In meager D portA received from tbo mine todar f Word from tbo Isolated sections that the strike was on again drifted Into Charleston from half a dozen and representatives of owners miners and state sought In vain for definite word from the little camps along the creeks Union Attorneys Confident fhe union before ho committee declared they were cer tain 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 but they believed both union and non union men decided to quIL With the New district a fe miles away from tbe creeks only the match to set off a tlon of excitement the state watched the situation fuar and trembling For davs the New river miners numbering hare threatened trouble and It win feared the new outbreak on Pali t and Cabin Creeks would ate the struggle Are Accused The miners meeting at and Layford according to reports Ing Charleston to renew strike on the ground that the tore had not lived up to their ment to take the bick work without discrimination This claim and the story that guards bad beaten up four men on Cabin Creek on Saturday caused the dc 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 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 four hours were paid nirou joung Oreck girl She testified Saturday that during a and a half In tho mill nhe re about two and a halt a week CLAY COUNTY ORDERS GOOD ROADS ELECTION Texas June 17 clec tlon has been ordered bv the court of county for lnl 10 following the 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 hv the of the count In gmM roads makes It ncarlj the election will carry GERMAN STATES RULERS CONGRATULATE EMPEROR Allied Meet In Berlin to Silver Anniversary of Reign By Pros June 1 The ol the In tho ol yearn Inner nr that if the allied of tho m itos of the empire tn leader Mnst of thi lam aid it noon In the Hill rhosen lo enable tht A Victoria Is 111 to I In Ihc The Prince Regent of the said th omp ror I id himself the of anl at the name time an of the might Trickery and Treachery of Cabl not Ministers Have Given Ample By t IHI I I June In ol tho 1 militant suffragettes wan delivered loda In Central Couit by Annie on trial tor If I hive got to die to t tho vote she said I will tile the of tho Jury day interest is taken In day s proceedings thin In 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 were justified In rebelling to ket remedied furnished ample warnnt for militancy If further were sarj said the trickery and of cabinet TH tilled It The present government bas treated the aspirations of tho mor abominably than any British government since Six of the moit prominent leaders of the militant suffragette tlon and one of their mole were today found guilty of lo commit malicious damage to The women officials of thi Women s nnd Political Union arc Harriet Kerr Miss Agnon Miss Rachel Barrett Mrs Beatrice Miss Annie Kin ney imd Lennox The man Clayton Is nn cat chemist FIERY 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 June meeting of alumni of Texas University In all liana of Texas as well as or animations throughout the wni colled to be held In thli t night lunc 24 to launch H for the of benatt Joint Resolution No 18 Trie mooting was called Pnl as association of tbe Pi em lent of the State and State Superintendent of Public Institution F M will speak SOLDIERS IN LONG WALK TO ADVERTISE THE ARMY Newport H I June A Mohr of the 101 coist anil cry nnd Karl Hit man o he National Guard of Rhode ltd ind from Newport on a walk to San Francisco The men ore clad In military and a 111 speak In towns ami cities In on endeavor to Inter- In tho coast anl service H Is expected that the pair will be on the road a KNIGHT SUCCEEDS HALL IN UNIVERSITY OP SOUTH Tonn Juno A A Knight bishop of uln was ic 1 vice chancellor of the of South Dr Hall resigned PARIS DIPLOMATIC POST STILL AWAITS McCOOMBS Washington June IMIson Is holding open the to France for F Me oon bs chairman of the Democratic committee the lait lew called Mr Mc IK rann hi had changed his mini bout inking the Tirls embassy No epl WIP received FATAL ON NEW HAVEN R PUTS MELLEN ON SCENES OF SMASH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS IS AT WORK lime nf thi International Its real today under the of Vrn hai all of New An iffort made to go on ex of opinion trom the con In to but iht a to tbe congress on Broun I constitution of Interference In lions of national policy The resolution however hat a re revision had never been nn argument male suf soil survey of on hns boon id nn r Ihc of the of lolls orl of solU oun I nr to tht ever fool of Iff 1 n ttf fonon county Is o culil tlon Because of numerous wrecks and government Investigation the fatal smashup on the New York New S Hartford railroad nt Stamford tonn when nix wern and u score hurt caused President Millin who Is SAYS LABOR HAS ITS LOBBY ALSO SENATOR W A SMITH TESTIFIES BEFORE SENATE GATING COMMITTEE NEWSPAPERS THERE TOO Working for Print Papers of President Using Hit Influence Rj 1 I Juno 1 lam Alden smith of dc clored before tlu Senate lobby In coi thit tb clause In Hie K civil non the i rt lent flgn nun tibor untune ind farmers from prosecution under tht Sherm in law the work of a lot bv The ven I ill on tht president s desk this put throng i by a of labor Is t Insn i In It f tin pers I t i me It clins Smith added hf Knew lohn of the r t hod been here for fn e prin patter He that the tomi i rince pi hid maintained i lobby In Senator Smith he of the use tif bv tht i res pla and said n leve land hail s H It BOY HURT AT GLASS PLANT WILL Will skull fmr lured In nn art i Int I nt II II s fv r lost nj rt to be now out of in I thi insurance ii ut Marl ncy hoai sul It r no 1 Arm int nl In I irv OR L MULLER EATS HIS BREAKFAST IN STEEL MILL Po Pi Ji no 17 Dr r m or fore en of itt noil iht of an r or war np In tie plint bore lit MIW plat n Mr t lit will be used In shits for from V t hot ride ho ttu milts on thn hottest of iho ir Birve.i for 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 disaster nl though the blame was put by the road WEATHER FORECAST showers tonight and CONVICTED BANKER GOES TO PRISON UNATTENDED F E Pye of Houston for to Begin Five Year Sentence ny Associated Pn u June former i ol the liquid it ed Dank nn I trust Company left this morning for ville where he will service un- on hla two sentence In tbe in a case from i omit In i Chinee of bud been grant d from Harr s conn t MEXICAN REBELS CAUSE APPARENTLY GAINING Eight In and Nuevo Leon Reported Captured Recently 17 Pass 1 June 17 has been 1 In that In ml been token bv tin The rebel foi operating aroun I have c m and n w number 1 MI n n ami T bet 11 ind their fall Is ex Him o who IB in cnn mind IB report I to be exton ling whole A consul agent id from Paris to have tlon of the rt rt of the failure of loan because of the cretH made liv PLAN INVESTIGATION Oc OKLAHOMA OIL PRICES fH i Press t June 1 M the lary tf fomm rtt whether the i Hoe of oil In Is belne nr and h whom was in a resolution Introduced 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 to New York express Tho shows how the was lifted partly up on the as Its nay Inside tbe car REFUGEES TELL OF PRIVATIONS BOAT REACHES TO DAY WITH 335 AMERICANS ABOARD MANY SCANTILY CLOTHED Property and Crops Taken by of Them are Without Texas June having on board from Vern Crut and Mexico J aril afternoon and of the refugees at They wero a looking set intone whom wen a of wo uit n ant children dome of whom were very clothed antl man with looks of terror still on t faces The Red Cross one from York and one were In of tho part and will aid them to reach hones Only one man In the pirt had ft to pay bib are from to borne Tbe refugees toll of barsh of and lion The of both to iht of anl In a ol in Minns growing t uere ami to fled to the const Many of Iho Americans were oil the vorge of when the I up All wire waived and no were to ashore at once GEN SURVIVORS IN Sow June ninth an of tbi burning of the ex n steamer t Slocum It hun of lost their OB In as usual by of tho disaster tho exact date of the dip osier more than 2 gather t t In the I around the nl erected to mark the gratis of tint dead and in singing hymns A feature of the services was a of surv who were youths and maidens ai lime of the aster now grown lo and manhood IN THE BALKANS BULGARIANS ACCEPT PROPOSALS OF GREEK AND SERVIAN RULERS CHOLERA CAUSING ALARM Raging In Macedonia and Many Among the Vienna June II in nt bus accepted tlu proposals by S an online If the Ntw HB 1 hi condition In made hou r that Joint tl of equal of the o the states be plated In puled territory before dt also that all hi parties submit to the of tlu Russian emperor on the basis of the treat existing before tho Balkan ar broke Deaths From Cholera Cholera Is making alarming gress among thu at points In Mace donla Hundreds of cases arc repon ed at military hospitals and many of them result fatally The civil latlon also Is affected I he Moslem Inhabitants of the occupied by In Macedonia am volunteering for In the Servian army from state that tbe Bulgarian regular troopH which arrived there from Teh have pillaged all Moslem houses In the and massacred tbo Inmates TWO GENT FARE LAW IN OKLAHOMA IS PROPOSED Supreme Court Decision Monday Be- to Mean Other Will be Upheld mans were news tJut the court the States bad sustained the of Missouri and In fare cases since It Is be- that It opens the wa for homa to win Its case at said lost night wero In no position to determine how tbe court H decision would affect the Ok case until thoy could read the nil opinion It Is generally iy them that tbe opinion of the Minnesota case delivered last week was a telling one against tho car rlers side of tho Attorney w is at tending court In Guthrle nn I no one connected with tho department could what next venture n the litigation would be From D Issued by the K n Saturday It assumed ibo State will offer a motion In the fed era I district court to set the aside Attorney General s position Is hat the essential conditions were Identical In the three Stan s It IB not believed that the will stop as far as Oklahoma Is concern ed No evidence been on tbo facts Judge John of former Chief Justice of the ma Territorial supremo court nnd now a member of the State Senate agreed by the State antl tho carriers as a master but the case WIB to rest until ilic Missouri and Arkansas wire paused The carriers still hive their opportunity to show that the Oklahoma rale would be lory and either side have an appeal to the supremo court Both Oov Cruce and members of he corporation commission he State Is on tbe of sue ess and the former Is no little ed over the prospects he t bears out his position ID one Pi JBC of the controversy with the I eg sla lire ST LOUIS PHONE GIRLS OUT TODAY Refusal of Company to Negotiate With Operators Union Walkout June 17 operators In the employ of the western Telegraph or Bell t struck this morning officials of refused to negotiate tho operators union Ai the main exchange tho girls finding barred to the roof of a story across tbe street and tried to signal tho at work THOMAS NELSON PAGE AMBASSADOR TO ITALY June Wilson today matte the follow n nominations Ambassador to Page Minister to A Stovall of Georgia EXPLORERS SAIL TO FROZEN NORTH STEPHENSON PARTY LEAVES VIC TROIA LATE THIS AT EXPEDITION FOR SCIENCE Will Spend Three In Exploration and Research n Arctic My tl I r i II I nu nt tif lit r was all tl it d ID tit lout tin boinl the Kurluk thin morning buft It f t In tarry tin Hit -x It Into the far a Mars trip Vipt li if the K mill bin would lip rn north nightfall Hit Art tie whoso art paid i ly by Tiom most of Hit polar In that Its aro ind commercial Its arc lo It iru a polar I to map the Islands already list east of the mouth of too lo make n lion of the Arctic flora and faurt to the Iho III tif establishing t ratio ronten to iniko a geological survey of tbe Inlands arc contain r and in I to study the blondo tif Coronation tho mainland south of t n will be to reach Iho North Pole that will bo left to ji who will sill Into tho Arctic in xt summer No attempt will be nude lo bring back liny nf the blonde or to open to civilization would them Do lo return In mber but may he to tho North Pole on the way To Step At Nome The loaves Nome Alaska on 20 composed of the old Tlr 1 wooden whaler tons ind the gasoline e thirty two tons which Is he north and will moot Iho at Nome From Nome the ships north through nto the Arctic Ocean during the 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 and his main part mav cs a base the returning lo for the winter The Ice In Beaufort Sea mav hoM of the Kurluk and carry hei towa 1 reenland or It may crush tho li ntn bits Tho explorers are for event If the Karluk s to make way north through he of tho on Inent and no land s found II will f possible mike Its enst t Patrick Island and winter hen tho purpose of or sledge north and east llh the Stefansson on thi n tho ern will be aln s old ng and a picked crew of Britishers James Murray T clan of Malloch government gist and a In Scientists In Party Most of the will Join th southern or nn be Alaska From Point will westward hoping 10 roa li a I IBO on Simpson lia Vlf befon winter sets In In this par y will bo R M Anderson V S biologist J B O mining geologist r Kenneth J R ox lit nuchal Ur Dr Forber A Macka s i J edition of IV ind ind A thorough will he made of Victoria and which Is supposed to conf lu groat copper deposits will also be paid to the blonde m the mainland There Is a Ion the continental os hat about which known Is hy antl are with the countT be ween Point Barrow Alaska i point far lo the of the le River that been si n of their earlier In heir formor they sep u opt of the time Ale? 01 man except as Ni foil n with t mds of S Bon there IB no ol n or thore Is of flsh and In he north for some which ship will earn h i 1 as the ti 11 flesh of will animals with i In the summer H h anBson and Anderson I mo tongue Thov kmvw all ho s upon i long of r in I will obtain dogs from Sulphur Spring Tho r i Ing and Canning el for has ho n The nrh tbo plm n built b I Irwin nl uns
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