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Advertising Medium The Clarksburg Telegram. The Peopled Favorite Faper CLARKSBURG, W. VA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2 1, 19 12. t $1 A YEAR BULGARIAN ARMY FIGHTS t THREE DAYS WITHOUT FOOD TESTIMONY TAKING AGAINST BIG TRUST Is Kesumed Notwithstanding Fact That Federal Court Takes a Recess. WASHINGTON, 0. c., N*ov. 20? Tim' taking of testimony in the dis ?olutlon cHBe of the United States Slcrl Corporation was resumed to day, Attorney Wnbury for the steel (,:rparntion announcing that federal circuit judges at Philadelphia had adjourned court until December 2 and the question of 'Dr. Walker's ev idence arid argument concerning the prii>' iihiuiges of steel products would go over until then. The laklng of testimony until] then uill lie subject to the decision ill that time. FIFTY PERSONS In the Strike Zone Now Await Trial before the Military Commission. i:il \RL,l';STO.\',.W. Va.. Nov. 20? vigorous action Vas taken today by tin- military authorities to clear up tin' troublesome spots in the martial law territory, when efforts were made lo run down a band which at Montgomery last night' murderously assaulted a man named McCoy. Kilty persona are now awaiting trial at Paint Creek Junction before the military court, which resumed sit tings in the town hall today. SPAIN'S LOVLIEST CHABMS GOTHAM1TES V Senora Jo?efina Ferrada. 0 When Senora Joseflna Ferrada ar rived In New Yo^ the other day on a Spanish steamer from Cadiz, her repu tation of being the loveliest woman In ?all Spain didn't seem*a bit exaggerated In the halo of adoring glances that surrounded her a* *ho tripped down the gangplank. r Although a native of Spain, Sen ora Ferrada is now a resident of Cuba, having married one of the wealthiest planters of the Islsnd re public. r Sho Is Just returning from u six months visit at her old home In L*adri<L * BIG MEETING HELD BY MOOSE ORDER Spectacular Street Parade Precedes Speaking and Banquet in Hall. For the purpose of stimulating in terest in tlio objects and bene-tlts of tli" Loyal Order of Moose, the, ? 'larkshurg lodge of the organiza tion held a big meeting Here Tues-j day night in which about live hun drcd ot tills and neighboring cic.esl participated. The affair consisted! "f .1 spectacular street parade and addresses by prominent members j and a banquet in the Moose lodge; hall in the ltock llell building on j ?North fourth street. in the parade were mounted po 1 ;nen. several automobiles, thfef! bands. banners and equine repre-j filiation of a moose. Many of thej uibers were attired In gay cos^ ilium-. Gregory's band, of North view,'led the local members, 1">0 uietnberk of the Fairmont lodge, " ho came here in two chartered froliey cars, were headed by the '' -i Regiment band of that city: ""'l a hundred or more lirafton !?' inbers, who came on Baltimore, mid Ohio railroad train No. 55, were; '???curled by Vincent's band of that' Kloquent and instructive addresses ( ? re made in the lodge hall by John I Itisbeck, of the Pittsburg lodge,' ' i is u national organizer of the "rd'T: .1. II. Forrester, secretary ofj I'iltsburg lodge; Sidney A. li'.vartz, of Tltusville, Pa., na 1 ml director; John A. Rodewig,] <'f York. |Ja.; officers of the sev-j ' ? ' lodges participating and otli-j ' at 'the banquet. The meeting was it big success ?I all taking part, enjoyed it to 1 ' inmost. OVERLAND lutmiioliile Clliul)? Hie Front Steps of the I'ostoflire Iluililiug. A tiiiliiue demonstration of the ' mlilng power of an autoir-jbfie was mi Tuesday afternoon when K. A. 1 Hf, a demonstrator of the Overland nicblle factory, drove an Overland '?"'tig car up Ibe front steps o? the i"---office bi'lidCng. A laTgfi crowd of ??'??lie was attracted to the spot by demonstration and' many people marveled ?t th? wonderful power '?iwei by the car . The Overland car * 'old In this city by the Newcciner ^ "i and Supply Company on Seeoiul street _ T Seems to Be Winner i^i the Second District by a Small Margin. OlfiAItI.K-.TON", Xc'V. U't?Aooonling to the official 113 arts received by Ad jutant Gcnsrat William G. Con ley, who opposed- Cangroranan William G. Hi-own in lin; Socond congressional district in tho roceu' election. The Democratic candidate was elected by a plurality or tJIG. The majorities In the several counties of the district as I received by General Coniey are as j follows: (.'onley's llrown'B 1'Iu rality Plurality; Harbour 3S3 Dericoley , 303 Graivt 'J?7 Hampshire I; 131 Hardy Jeffertou I.USS Mineral 8K4 iMctUJi^atla ...1,012 xk -em ?*>?? I'eirdBeton - to i fresitMi I*1'1 I'.in.ii. i ll .">iu | Ta.vl.ir II" Tircktr lit: Tt -.I J Vi 1, .Dtown's plurality, liiti. LOCAL IN Is Appointed Chemist by the Sewerage Commission at Baltimore, iMd. llAl.TiMORK. Md? Nov. 20?At yesterdays meeting of the Sewerage Commission, M. W. tstreeter, or Clarksburg. W. Va . was appointed j chemist and bacteriologist for tho I hark river disposal plant. Mr. | Streeter will commence his work in Daltluiore Juimury 1. 1!?13. The former cMemlst of the eom j.mislon resigned some time ago to accept a position in Germany. HAXKKW lIAXfiS SV.hV. COUpMBVB. '>?. Nov. 20.?Suffering from a nervous breakdown Wtlllnm , Utile, president o* ih<- \\e*t Side fiav 1 !ngs Bank, hnngt-d himself today. And the Armistice between the Belligerent Forces is Quite Timely. MANY BULGARS DEAD 'Bulgarian Forces Are Now Retreating According to Prisoners' Statements. Seal' I A, Nov. 20 ? Bulgarian troops operating before tho fortifi cations defending Constantinople today received orders t0 stop fight ing and merely bold their posi tions they have won, as negotia tions have been commenced for an armistice at the request of Tur key. All reports alleging Turkish vic tories over ltuvgarians before tlio Tchatnlja fortifications are ofllcially declared untrue by ,thu Bulgarian war office today. This i.s the only inforidation given out concerning three days* opera tions before Constantinople. / CONSTANT! NOPLE, Nov. 2 0? Nazi in Pasha, Turkish commander i'? chief, reported today that the enemy j facing the left wing or the Turkish j army before Constantinople with- f olrew during the night and Turkish roconnoitering parties found .100 Bulgarian dead on the slopes in tin/ environs of the Tcliatalja railway station. According to statements of Bul garian prisoners the Bulgarians have been witltout food for three days and arc now retreating. BUS BLAZE Breaks Out in the City of Bluefield in Lower Part of the State^ libUMMIELD, W. Va., Nov. 20? Kire yesterday destroyed tho of fice ol the Uluefield Water Works and Improvement Company and tin stores of 1). E. Rodlngton and 11. A. l^iJIy; two storage houses and the residences of Mrs. j. CJ. Holbrook, C. 13. Wilson and H. Cohen. The loss is more than $'25,000, partially in sured Live wires threatened tho lives of spectators and firemen. Only a change of wiiid prevented ?? destructive lire in the residence sec tion. Exploding firearms iu the ruins endangered the lives of the firemen. nkw I'lcrriu; tiii:.\ti;h. .1. C. Sohuttc and H. E. Strother, Adams ton capitalists, have formed a partnership for the purport- of estab lishing and pirating an electric mov ing picture theater in that town t<i In known* as The Eleetra. They expert to erect a new building there 'for tho theater. Mil. CAKPKU ILL. David B. Carper, teller at. the Merchants National Kank, is quite ill in his room in the Colonial build ing. lie has quinsy. must soon Answer"* .TRUST INDICTMENTS Indicted on the charge of having , violated the Sherman antt-tr:;st lav., ' John H. Patterson, president, and other officials of the Nat'oncl Ca^h i Ilcsistcr Co.. of Daytoii. O.. >vfU bo I placed on trial In the federal court at ?Cincinnati on Nnv. IS. The de fendants are charged with having conspired to crush out or otherwise restrain free computitlon In the man ufacture and sfle of caabro^if^rjjg R. M. Johnston. Of Unlawful Assault on Mc 'Ncinar Wysc is Found by. Jury. Samuel Wyae was fouiul guilty in the criminal, court Wednesday of unlawful assault <>n William C. Mc Xemar with a knife, the penalty for which is either a jail or penitentiary semcnce in Hie discretion of the court. Claude Wjltox pleaded guilty of petit larceny of junk and was sen tenced to pay a Jim; of $10 and costs and serve sixty days in jail. Alonzo Starkey ploaded guilty of playing cards near a public high way and paid a line of $5 and costs. Porter Rogers pleaded guilty of dumping sewerage in a public road and was fined $."? and costs. Kureth Moneypenny's trial was set for November and that of Pasco Komaiio for December 10. AI press hour Or eon F err ell was on trial, charged with aiding Homer Terrell to escape from the custody of Constable J. M. Criss. .Matthew Vogg was found guilty of highway robbery. Oy Mount, gave bpud for Ilk appear ance for ;rial Saturday. M'.ke Sary's trial was continued until December 10. Default of bond was noted in the case cf Mike Dcnunorri. TEXAS EDITOR IN ? ? SENATE 3 MONTHS It. M. Johnston. editor of ton Post. will 1111 tile unexpired term of Senafor Bailey of Texas, who has ? nilt public- life to tuke up the prac t.?* of law In New York city. Johns ton was for several years Democratic national 'committeeman from Texas, lie Is one of the leaders of tlic antl jiroliibitlon faction of the party In that state. ? Johnston is to receive his appoint ment at the hands of Gov. Colquitt Congressman Shcppard. who is the senatorial nominee, by preferential vote, will be elected by the legislature for the full term and take his seat MA'Cb.l. ..jL... Season in the State of West Virginia is Nearing Its. End Now. The open season for hunting many game birds and smaller animals is rapidly drawing to a close, ^ptd within the next icry wcwlis Knightsi fo Nimrod will be putting their guns , and ammunition away for another year. While the present season has been a very successful one, there beir.g an abundance of game, "fae prospects for next year are even brighter, us but little hunting was done, especially in this ectiou of the state. Both the deer and the squirrel reason close December 1. Rabbit and all fur bearing animals may be hunted at any time, there being no closed season. The season for quail, ruffed grouse and wild turkey#also erplres: December i, while the sea son for plover, sand piper, wood I cock and reed bird closcs December 20. 1 ?0 TO TEXAS. A I). Trough, M. <\ Fru-m, Loot Ali?n. A. Sample8. Karl Randolph, and Otto Seckman, all^of Salem, and J. J. Uusman and W. C. Hnrnslde, of Phu left Tuesdny night for Fowel.tin, Te.vns, on -n prospecting trip. -? They will be gone a week or ?tWSfc-r.v-i. LAWLESS MEN DISAPPEAR WHEN SOLDIERS APPROACH - ? . Through Fear That Their Ar rests for Crime Would Take Place. SEVERAL ARE TAKEN In Other Countries and They All Will Be Brought to j Trial Soon. CHAIl'tESTOX, W. vh., Nov. 20? Karly reports from the strike zona' today contained no alarming news. Militiamen sent through the more, troublesome sections of the district yesterday found the camps deserted, v here large numbers concentrated recently but not a person could bo seen. This lias a two-fold purpose. These camps have been tlie rendez vous for .the men:who have been piej cause of the militia's being called' out' the sccond time. That the cauips are deserted are Interpreted In some quarters to mean that had Hie Mcupants. remained they would have Been under arrest by this time,, charged with various crimes. It. is known., however, that some (if 'ljose lenders have been captured :n other counties of the slate where tliey sought shelter wiien the militia lioyan to return. The assault oil M. A. McCoy at Montgomery yester day is aid to have been the work of, a band ?if :? dozen who have met all, irains at Monlgonur.v for the pur-, P03C of asccrta'uing who are comic c into the mining district. Frequently persons have been as saulted. McCoy Ijail '?oi:a employe:! on Cabin creek. He >ceni to Mont-; :;omei\'- and pur 1;; . eil a ticket for Hiwcelf and wife for CaHemhiSr. 'Ky The gang jumped 011 him and Tjeat htm into insenslbii... Two of the men were arrested and lined $12, each. Thus far it Iras been imposs!-, hie to ascertain the intmes of the: persons participating in the assault or the names of the persons fined, degpite diligent efforts. The military commission is in nesion again today. The three casc3 tried yesterday will probably come lo Governor. Ghisscoc"k today. T'ntil lie has passed oil the jmtlings, the sentences will not be known. Authorities to Shoot Him as He Lies Strapped to Prison Cot. IjOS ANCKI.Kri, Calif., Nov. 20? Strapped to a cot in a hos pital ltere, ;Carr Warr. t li? man who took possession of the po lice station yesterday by threatening" to destroy it with an infernal ma chino, said that lie only wanted to compel the police to help fcfxn make the head of Ute Pacific. Kiectrlc Com pany Improve the conditions of Ith ; men. Warr hogged to be shot. Mr. and Mrs (>eorK<* K. White, of! Weston, arc visitors in tlie city. y ?Lar? Anderson. The senate may not'confirm the ap pointment of Lars Anderson as min ister to Japan to succeed Charles ?Page Bryan. Several senators have already expressed t. determination to toppose the appointment on the ground that It Is made to pay a po litical debt. Four years ago Mrs. Anderson gave *25,000 to the Taft j campaign fund. The And xcsidjntis of Cincinnati..,^.. ? , POLICEMAN KILLS IRVING FARRELL FOUNDS TURKISH RED nftlinnnvrn /\ A T W fP ^ Mme. Rljaat Pa?ha. " lime. Rljaat Pasha Is the founds".' of the Red Cross Society of Tuii-ey. an organization similar In purpose to our Red Cross. She Is the first Christian wife of a Mohuamedon to represent Turkey at the British court, and* Is know* as oris, of the taost5besut|IulTW>mpn In Turkey^. ?Third of Three Brothers That ; by Policemen within Five Months. I CHICXOO, Nov. 20?'Irvln FarreU I was shot and instantlly killed by ; Policeman Honan while resisting ar (rest in the basement of the FarreU home today, fie wan the third ot three brotters to be shot by police men within five months and the sec ond to be sfain. Irving Far'tefl 1b said to have hurled a Btonc through the window or a saloon and the policeman wit nessed the action. The policeinaA Arc# when mcmliivs of the family went to the man's rescue. ' wH \ #|| By the Dozens Two Hours at Court Room Door to Get ? v Good Seats. ?\ COM'MIUTS. 0., Nov. 20?Doiena of women waited t*wo hours thia morn I at the court room door In. the hope of finding Boats where they might hear the final testimony ot Cecelia Farley on trial for killlmc Alvin K. Zollinger. ? NBW TIUiVttl'ISKH. WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 20? Carmi Thompson, secretary to the president, was today appointed treasurer of the United States. Ha will assume his duties tomorrow. FIRE BREAKS OUT IN STARKEY HOME In Many Cities for Purpose of Arresting Doctors and Others. AV1A6TUXOTON. IX ?Nov. Acting tinder directions of Postmaster General Hitchcock, pustoffice inspec tors and federal marshals in eeventy iwo cities of the country today began practically simultaneous raids for the! arrest of <173 physicians, t^estionablc! medical and surgical practitioners and! proprietors or agents of drug concerns! charged with criminal medical prac- ] tires or sale of drugs and instruments * used for mcdtc.M.l purpoe.es. * ' j i Who is III in City of Wash ington is Evidently Dying Now. JVIABHUOOGTICC, 1>. Nov. JO.-? Senator Rayner. of '-Maryland, who Ss seriously Ml here, was ' uncouscifMis I throughou the day. (il'S "TOTINCJ" CHAIWJJEP. A colored man giving the name nf W. M. Scott was arrested - arid jailed I Wednesday by a policeman on a Charge of unlawfully carrying a gun. The case will be investigated by the mayor in police court. CHARLES SCOTT 1>EAI), Charles Scott, aged 4X years, col ored. died at his" home at Broad Oaks I Wednesday morning at C o'clock nf I ter a lingering illness of liver trouble. No funeral arrangements will be made I until the arrival of Kaster Clark, of [ Hr?vwnsville, Pa., who will take charge of the body. ^ 10 RESUME Is the So-Called Money Trust Probe to Be by the Committee. | WASHJNiCVrON, D. c.. Nov. 20.? The so-called money trust Investiga | tion 'by the House banking and cur | rrnry commltP.c vylll be resumed here December 9.. 8HlK&; But Prompt Action on the Part of the Department / Saves Building. . f'lro broke out In the residence of L. D. Starkey at the corner ot Me chanic and Fifth streets Wednesday afternoon. But prompt work on the. part of' the lire department, neigh bor* and others soon resulted la It* being extinguished. The large frame building Is owned by Judgo Charles W. Lynch and U. F. Robinson. Headway of the blaza would doubtless have resulted in the destruction of the building and Its contents. Dr. H. E. Sloan discord , ered the flre and gave the aUrm. ! The blaze appears to b*ve origi nated in a closet under the front stairway, where various articles of | an inllammable nature were stored. I lie Haines flashed all the way up to tlio roof and some of the weather boarding of one corner of the houi* was burned. ? 5; ?Interior damage was done, In cluding inside walls and some raft ers together with the ceilings. Wa ter also damaged household gooda. Smoke throughout the house handi capped the firemen to some extent. I The amount of Uumage is only ? | few hundred dolluro. A large crowd or sepectatora was attracted to the scene owing to the central location. JAILED ; For Trial on H largo erf 19amazing a House is Wlillam Fogg. | iWiJliam Fog* of Union Height*, ! was arrested an?l Jailed Wednesday | morning: by Constable William Port I to await a hearing in Justico Gordon'# court on a charge of maliciously breaking doom and* -wibdown of a i hutj?e owned by P. B. Lyon* in th&t suburb a week n?ro Sunday. It la al leged that he damaged the house whila occupying it and after being notified to vacatc It. - <iOKS nu.vnxc. " ' " ' K. U. Dreebech returned home from Now Philadelphia, O., Tuesday night, j .vhcre he spent the last week hunting ! and left Wednesday morninff fir the | Allegheny Hunt Club, where lie will ? spend the next ten days hunting. He i will Join the party of local men who I left the first part of the week. MA1UUAOK LICENSES. Marriage licenses have been Issued to ti. Levy Lough and Lola S. Nutter and Nicholas Mamalla nnd Helen Peutclouko.