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Advertising Medium The Clarksburg Telegram. The People's Fmvnriie Fmper ESTABLISHED 1861 CLARKSBURG, W. VA? 'THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 19 12. $1 A YE flT "SUNNY JIM" SHERMAN IS TOLD OF HIS OWN re-NOMINATION GRAND JURY TO PROBE GUN TOTING IN STRIKE In the Presence of An Im mense Crowd of Enthus iastic Citizens. CAUSTIC REFERENCES Arc Made by Senator Suther land to Teddy's Bull Moose Party. l.'TICA, N. Y? Aug. 21.?Though the day was cloudy .and cool, Utlca got an early mart after Che carnival last night and devoted Itself to the notifi cation of Jamot Schoolcraft Sherman of his nomination to the vice presi dency of the Republican party. The city was filled with visitors and about twenty members of the notification committee were present headed by Senator George Sutherland, of Utah. They were' escorted to the Sherman residence by thousands of citizens mantled in dlfTrent organizations and headed by bands and miliary organ izations. Mr. Sherman who had recently been ill had steadily Improved and was ready for the exercises which were held at noon in tho Roscoe Conklin park. t'TICA, N. y? Aug. 21?Senator Sutherland, of Utah, was spokesman for the committee which today noti fied Vice-President James School craft Sherman of his nomination by the Chicago Republican, convention. Most of Senator Sutherland's speech aside from a short declaration of principles of the Republican party and a tribute to Mr. Sherman, was composed of caustic references to the Progressive party and its recent con vention which nominated Colonel Hoosevelt and Governor Hirara John ton for president and vice-president. We shall have arrayed against us in the coming campaign our ancient and hereditary enemy, tho Demo cratic party," he haid. "In addition ve shall be called upon to contend with some former associates who have concluded to abandon their amiable custom of 11 ring upon the flag they luve been following, in order that Ihey may engage In the more honor able, but no more effectual occupa tion Of assaulting It from the front. ] For the next few months our ears' are to be filled with the voice of the' malcontent, strident and many-, keyed, calling upon the people to for-| fake the tried and beaten paths of constitutional government, along "hich they have walked with sure feet for more than a century, and. enter upon a personally conducted: Pilgrimage through tho political Wil li' rnebs to a promised land as shad-1 owy and unsubstantial as a desert mirage. The advance agents of this delir ious excursion tarried a few days ago " < hlcago, long enough to pool their '"dividual grievances, visions and! v?garies in a bewildering fan-age- of, impractical political nostrums such ?s never before has been collected ati ?u* timo outside tho violent wards of ? ,:""ihouse. And thus the so-called ?'regressive party was born, Its sole 'icuse for existence being the un foumlcd claim that Its nominee for 'be presidency was defeated for a ';e nomination by stolen votes at the ] Republican convention." .. , Senator Sutherland briefly reviewed ?luestion of contested delegates " the Republican convention with < "Mention that President Taft's "atIon "was gotten fairly' and He referred to tho publlsh 1 ? mcnt that some of the Roose-! "u contests had been set afoot for a ? ' "logical effect. I ? would be a strange rule of ovl -encc which would require us to ac " testimony of a buccaneering ? agist who confesses to an l" to purloin the larger portion honest man's property, as con evidence of the pyschologist's 'be remainder of the the hon ,in ? possessions" he continued. ri never has been In all history inline convention than that of ''rogressivc party at Chicago. ? ofore, when a party has been ? " zed, its organizers have In ad "?'"ertalned at least a suspicion r|K their principles; but the to this convention, wholly ?r'tnt of the things for which-they waited, with patiently folded : h" appearance of Mr. Roose '' 'he contention to tell them they believed. ;on his appearance he was re with reverent adoration. With <( otillnued on page four.) lA/illiam "Boothf LONDON, Aug. 21?General William Booth, commander-in-chief and founder of the Salvation Army, died laBt evening. General Booth had been ailing since last spring, in May he underwent an operation for the removal of a cataract In the left eyo. The operation was not successful and since that time the aged evangelist liaB been steadily failing. . ~ ~ General Booth was in Ills eighty-fourth year. SHAVER'S SLAYER IS TO BE HANGED SPECIAL TRAIN VVill Be Run by the Baltimore and Ohio tor Knights of Pythias. Arrangements have been made with J. McC. Martin, traveling pas senger agent for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company for a specia; train from Wheeling to Charleston next Sunday to accommodato the members of the Knights of Pythias lodges from the northern and cen tral part of the state who will at tend the grand lodge meeting and the uniform rank encampment which bcglnB at Charleston next Monday. The special will be run 011 the time of train No. 709, which does not run on Sundays, it will loave Parkers burg about 12:.">0 Sunday afternoon. The Wheeling, Moundsville, Ken wood, New Martinsville and Parkers burg companies have already made arrangements to go-on this train. The Wheeling company will talre its; battery and horses to the chcamp ment. Are Trains on Account of a Wreck at Smithb'urg West of Salem. Tuesday evening about 7 o'clock| several care of a freight train on tho Monongah division of tito Bal timore and Ohio rairoad were lie railed in .No. 8 tunnel near Sniith burg, west of Salem, and as a result the road between Clarksburg jtnd Parkersburg was tied up for several hours. It was necessary to detour tho main line, train, No. 4, over : the Ohio River division to Mew Mar 1 tinsville and from there Into Clarks | burg over the Short* Line. No. 4 left jParkersburg about on time, but 55 was over'three hours lat&, and did. I not. leave for the West until after j ] midnight. Wreck "trains from V0"1 om,R oT 'lino were sent out to the trouble| 1 and a large force at men was at , work most of the nlgth getting the track cleared. It was reported that no person was hurt In the wreck. EHALIi WI'IjIj. The Hops Natural Gns Company's well on the C. C. Freeman farm, 10-. ' eated In'Buffalo district, t'hla county.1 Ik completed mid showing 1or n thV | barrel per day pumper. - Judge iMason Sentences Him to the Gallows on No vember 1 Next. FAIRMONT, Aug. 21.?Sentence of death was passed upon Joseph Wier man, convicted slayer of Policeman J. Otis Shaver recently at Monongah, this morning in circuit court by Judge John W. Mason. The convicted man was sentenced to be hanged Novem ber 1 in the state penitentiary at Moundsvillo. .to which institution he will be taken within a few days from the Monongalia county jail, where he has been imprisoned for safe keep ing. Before passing sentence, Judge Mason overruled a motion by attor neys for the defense for a new trial. WILEY CASE ? Is Dismissed and Congress man Hughes Retains His Seat in House. WASHINGTON, Aug. 21.?Dy > an unanimous vote "the House yesterday aftcrnonn dismissed the election con test against Representative James A. Hughes, a Republican of Huntington, W, Va. . An fnvestlgation committee reported that Irregularities' occured in Hughes's election but not sufficient to invalidate his seat. The House also postponed until next wintor final acton in the contest agalns^ Thomas II. Cralgo, a. Repub lican of Wiiynesburg, Pa. Cralgo anil .leeso II. Wist, his opponent, were ordered to submit additional testi mony. Bill Passes the Senate and Now It Goes to the Lower Branch. WASH1!MGTON, P. C., Aug. 21? Tho Senate has passed the bill loan ing brass -cannon to several cltieB throughout the country. Included iu the bill are provision for ioaa of cannon to Huntington, Klngwood and Elizabeth, W. Va. A few amendments were made to the bill in the Senate so that It will have to go to the House for concurrence be fore It becomes a law. It is be lieved, howeveT, that tho bifl will meet with no difficulty iu tie llon'sc. A M.UUUAC5E IjICEXSR. A ?marriage license has been issued to Berl ,B. Bailey^ and Zella M. Nu lum' .?. tfcfi* || MBS. Dies after Long Illness of Tuberculosis of the Brain. Mrs. Clovis K ncald, aged 20 years, wile ol K. B. Kincald, died at her home In .the Jarvls apartments Wednesday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock alter a long Illness of tuber culosis of the brain. Mrs. Kmca'.d's death comes as a great shock to licr many friends as, they all thought she was gett'ng bet tcr. Her condition. Improved until about three weeks ago when she was again taken ill "an3 gradually saull until death ondeW her sufferings. Tlio deceased woman Is survTred by her -paTcnts, her husband, one daughter and a Bister. The sister Is M'.ss iFranccs ' bpal Mayhall, of Pennsboro. Her mother and Bister were at her bedside when she died. The "funeral arrangements hf^ve not been made as yt. SIXX>.\I> DBATH. NEW MARTINSVILLE, Aug. 21? John Huffman, aged 53, drove over a cliff of rocks twelve feet high on the Springer Run hill about on* and one.quarter miles from here at night and when found was dead. The horse was uninjured, in the same locality. Miss Tngold met with a similar death rtftfentljr. - TEMPERANCE BAY Will Be Held Earlier in the State This Yuar Than is Usual. Temperance day jn West Virginia will toe held oi< Sunday, September 2<9 this year, 'nstead of the first Sun day in (November as is customary, the reason being that the election will be held only a few days after the regu lar temperance day. The general secretary of the West Virginia Sunday "School 'Association i? preparing a special program for the day and copies will he sent to every Sunday school superintendent In the state; it is cxpected that about 40,000 'programs will .be sent out. i Vlo?-Pr??ld?nt Sherman and , Sutherland. Jleaded liy United Suites Senator Sutherland of Utah, a company of Republican representatives and sen ators arrived In Utlm. iN. Y? on August 21, for the purpose <>f notify ing James S. Sherman that he had been nominated as vice-president of the I lilted States for the second time. The program Included speech making, iiaiid concerts and liroworks. Vice-President Sherman has 'be-n In such poor .health nearly ull sum mer that his doctors advised him to remain in Utlm during tho campaign and take as miich rest as possible, it is hardly probable tha^ he will take an ?ietlve part in tile presiden tial campaign this year. I 777X7 r. ***402 SINEWS OF WAR IN NICARAGUA A native horn* In the land of fighting. This allows how the "common people" live In Nicaragua. T1 ero'a lota of fighting In that little Jake republic becauso the rulera don't have jmuoh elm to do. Thpy make the Ignorant natives till tho plantations trade the raw products tor manufactured articles from abroad. ttsWf articles are manufactured In Nicaragua. y OUNG MAA TIRES OF LIFE OF SHAME And Sends a Bullet into His Brain in the Presence of the Girl. NEW YORK, Auk. 21.?A young man who registered as A. W. Rogers at a hold here but whoso watchfob anil cufflinks bore the initios A. W. V. remarked to a young woman with whom ho spent last evening: "You go along; I'm tired of this thing. I'm going to kill myself." As the girl fled Rogers scat a bullet into his brain. He was evidently a man of means for he had a largo roll of bills and Jewelry. IIWe Election in Broad Oaks De cided on by the Council and Mayor. At a meeting of tile Broad Oaks town council Tuesday night action ! was taken by tlio mayor and council for an election for a bond Isbuo of $25,000, of which $-'0,000 is to bo ex pended ft"1 water works and a sewer age system and $">,000 for street pav ing. An order was also passed direct ing the town attorney to draft an or dinance to bo adopted at the next meeting of the council requiring every abutting property owner to pave one-third of the street, and aB the law requires the traction company to pave Its track and two feet on each side, the town authorities will have all the streets paved. The work of preparing for the bond election will procccd according to law without delay. Are Issued for the Arrest of Two Fairmont Fellows for Assault. FAIiRSMOJTr, Aug. 21.?(Warrants have been issued for the- arrest of Mamie Watklns and Harry Cnrr on the charge of assaulting and s<*rious ? ly injuring Haymond McKinney here (nn Monday night, at the Barne* brick yaard. The woman liJ in Jail awaiting a hearing, and Carr has not ? been apprehended. It Is claimed that 1 the assailants of iMcKinney had planned to beat him up, as they had a grievance against tiim; that the woman went to a secluded spot and I screamed for help. McKlnncy, who lis night watchman at the brick yard, ran to her assistance, and then Carr 'and the woman assaulted him, l * THIGH BROKEN*. | FAIRMONT, Aug. 21.-^ B. Six [ ( of Chlefton, Is at the Miners' hospital ? suffering from a broken thigh. He was caught by a mining machine. RUNS AWAY From Home and His Father is Now Locking for Andrew Thurl Wiseman. Imbued with tho idea that he could make his way in the world alone and doubtless desiring to see more of the globe than he had at home, Andrew Thurl Wiseman went hence 8unday morning but whither no man knowB. Men w|lh a number of mules staid all' night Saturday at the farm of Fer nlnand Gore down tho traction' line at Oore and the lad left the home of his father. Henry Wiseman, Sunday morning and went with them when they resumed their journey. It iB reported that the mulcB were being taken to Charleston to he used on railroad construction. Tho father of the boy appealed to Chief 'of Po|lce Harry Broqks here Wednesday morn ing to locate his son for him. The chief Is using his best efforts and he will appreciate any Information con cerning the boy's present where abouts. ? WHITESLAVE Charge against Man Whose Case Will Come Up at Court Here. The United States marshal's office at Parkersburg has boen notified by Deputy Marshal Williams, of Wheel ing, that he hef arrested an alleged white slaver, Robert Bennett, ofi ?Pittsburg, that '.Bennett has been taken bofore United States Commis sioner Boyd, and has boon held for tho grand jury at the Clarksburg term of federal court. The complainant In tho case 1b MI*b Sarah Kennedy, also of Pitts burg. She stated that IBennett had brought her from Pltteburg to Wheeling for immoral purposes. The arrest df Bennett followed the arrest of the Kenpoy woman In tho red light district at Wheollng. Sho readily told how she cams to be thero. SENATORPENRQSE Has a Prepared Statement to 'Make to the Senate Today. WASHINGTON. Aug. at ?Senator Ponroae will mak? a prepared ?tate mcnt to the Senate today concerning certain correspondence with John D. Archbaid of the Standard Oil Com-J pany. Shortly after the Senate con vened he announced that for aertaln reasons he preferred to take the floor later In the day. j Governor Furnishes Funds with Which to Make . Investigation. GUARDS SURPRISED Troops Do Not Go to Raleigh County as 'Sheriff Does Not Ask for Them'. CHARLESTON. Aug. 11?A num ber of mine guards on Cabin Creek were taken by surprise last night br a military squad under Captain Vfcfd. and Anally retired of tfielr rifles al though the guards questioned tiia right of the militia to disarm them. After a conference between Gov ernor Glasscock, Judge H. H. Black, of the Intermediate court and Assist ant Proscutor Burdette, It was decide# not to convene a special grand jury at this time but to begin an investi gation, into the violations attoced to have occurred and now taking place. On account of the county's having: no fund to make such an investiga tion. Governor Glaiscock has placed the fund In the hands of the prose cutor from his own contlngnt fund, and this will probably be augumentedi by private contributions. Consider able information relating to alleged*, violations has all ready been gathered and will at once btt turned over to Prosecutor Burdette. Troops were not sent to Dorothy. Raleigh county, last night. The sher iff of that county did not make the re quest and the special train with, oso company of militia, was not gent. JUDGE WILLIS , ! Is to Preside at the Next Trial of Attorney Clar ence Darrow. 1 r LOS ASN1GEIJE6, Calif., Aug. 11? Before opposing counsel could offer an argument Judge Button today summarily relieved Elxnself, of par ticipation in further prosecatloa et Attorney Clarence Darrow by as-# signing Judge Willis the case la which ?arrow, accused of having bribed Juror Sain in the MciNamara trial, will be trleS. Judge Huttoa announced that because of a fixed opinion he bad formed in EeXMhg the evidence In the recent Darrew trial, he had no. desire to preside. Wants to Take the Veto Power of the President Away from Hira. WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 21? Sonator Chilton has introduced, a resolution proposing an amendment to the constitution ot tke Halted States affecting the power ot Con gres to pass laws over the veto of the president. Under ths present coo* stltution a two-thirds vote ot each house Is required to pass a bill af ter the president has vet<Je3 ft Senator Chilton's amendment prS. vldes that a majority of each Hooae may pasB a bill which has been ve toed by the president, TO ATTEND ?4 ' ' ' American Bar Association's Conven tion at Milwaukee Is Mr. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Y. Smith will leave for Cleveland. O.. on the early Pittsburg train Thursday morning for a lake trip enroute to Milwaukee. Wis., where Mr. Smith will attend the annual meeting ot the American Bar Association to be held there Au gust 27. 28 and 29. Several distin guished lawyers are booked for ad drosses at the meeUng. Mr. and Mrs. Smltfi will be gone until about Sep tember 1. CATHOLIC LEAGUE. LOUISVILLE, Aug. St.?A deflnlW beginning of the organisation of a national league ot Catholic women was made hero today at the eleventh annual convention of the Amerlcaa Federation of Catholic Societies. Committees on organisation and con stitution. will be ready to report Vhen the league is formally formed next year In MUw?|ike?.