Th« Civil S-i-vio« Inquiry. WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.—The house ^committee on reform in the civil service service continued its investigation. Commissioner Commissioner Lyniun made a statement connecting borne testimony given before •the committee heretofore. Ex-Commissioner Ex-Commissioner Oberly was then called. He testified testified that he knew Mr. Campbell but denied that any charge had ever been made that Campbell had abstracted papers from the commission. Emily M. Dahney. an employe in the department of labor, U'stitiad to taking lessons from Mr. Flynu, of the Ivy institute,and a few days before the examination she expressed expressed to Mr. Flyun some doubt of her ability of passing the examination. 1 lyim offered to sell her the questions to be used in the coming; examination for $25. She declined to buy the questions, questions, -took the examination and failed. A week after she failed in her examination examination she was shown the questions he had offered her and found them to be the ones used in tlie examination which she failed to pass.