Wheeling, W. Va., Aug. 31.- The organizers working in the mine strike in West Virginia are not losing any time ■waiting for the St. T-,ouis congress of labor leaders to act. In fact, it is not generally believed that anything tangible will result from the conference. Things are being made as comfortable and attractive as possible at the carnps,, but the cold nights of the past few 'days have made it decidedly uncomforiable for men not used to outdoor life. A gain of flfteen men was added to the strikers Tuesday. Many of the native miners are leaving the mines in disguise since the new men have been imported. The Fairmont output is rapidly showing" the cut, but there is encugh coal being produced to supply the normal demanü. The starving in eastern Ohio is growing more acute d'aily and some vigorus measures of relief must soon be taken.