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EXCLUSIVE ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE BY PRIVATE WIRE ^ / ESTABLISHED 1861. # CLARKSBURG. W. VA.. FRIDAY. JUNE SO. 1916. =PRICE TWO CENTS ' DELAY WILL N01 ? ISSUE Jl + More National Guardsmen Are1 Hurrying to the Mexican Border. WILL WELCOME DELAY Army Officers Believe That the Advantage of Delay Bene- j fits Americans More. ( r AIIOCIATID Nltr WASHINGTON, June 30.?The Mexican situation stood today virtually whoro It was twenty-four hours ago, except that more national guardsmen were hurrying to the border and the tlmo allowed General Carranxa to doclare his Intentions toward American troops In Mexico was growing shorter. With the troopers captured at Carrizal back on American soil apparently there wus no Intent on the part , of the Washington government to I force an Immediate Issue on Its de mann [or assurances in?i inoro win bo no repetition of the attack on fccucral Pershing's forces. t>X> time limit was set In President Wilson's note making the demand and there are Indications that the admin- . Istratlon would welcome further delay of a few days. This would permit ; | not only concentration of a stronger force to meet the needs of actual hostilities If they should come, but also gathering of supplies, mobilisation of ' transport facilities and strengthening j of aerial forces. Army officers belleve the advantage of delay to Americans greatly overbalances the similar , benefit to Mexicans. . For this reason less Impatience than ( might otherwise haro been.evidenced . vas expressed In official circles today . over the delay of Carranza's note. ' The American government has forwarded to General Carranza another communication calling attention to: . numerous reports of seizure of Amcrl-1 , can property by local Mexican offl-: rials. ROOSEVELT j m Is Deluged with Applications for w Enlistment in His Proposed Army Division. t.T .IIOCIITIO MMII OYSTER BAY June 30?Appllca- | lions for enlistment In a proposed volunteer army division, which Colonel Theodore Roosevelt Is preparing In organize If there Ib a call for volunteers, are so numerous that the colonel's secretary, Walter J. Hays. Issued today a statement In wh'eh no said: , j "Who have been literally deluged 1; with telegrams and letters with ap- t plcatlons from men who wish to Join | a volunteer division. It Is Impossi- _ ble to reply Individually to the or- , ganlzatlous and the men who have ( communicated with us, but I see that tbelr applications are carefully filed for future reference so that In the J event of hostilities they can be apprised of what action is contemplated." J * + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i + + IX BAND WAGON. + I + PITTSBURG. Pa., June 30.? + ! w wiiiiam runn, meniocr 01 inr -r 1 Progressive national commit- + i tee from Pennsylvania, ha? an- > ' + nounccd here that he will sup- i port Charles E. Hughes for + president. + SENATOR I IS NOW, 4r Old Donkey Throws Col. John! T. McGraw Off for a New Rider. PARKERSBURG. June 30.?Former ' Senator Clarence W. Watson. or Fairmont. was elected national Democratic committeeman from West Virginia over John T. McGraw, of Grafton, by tbe state Democratic executive committee Thursday evening. Charles C. Lewis, of Charleston, was named chairman of the committee by acclaa (nation. r The selection of Mr. Wataon was made In executive session. It Is understood the vote was: Watson. 16; McGraw, S; Judge L. N. Tavenner. Parkersburg, 1. and Solicitor General John W. Davis. 1. Parkersburg was made the state | headquarters of the committee. The committee ratified tbe action of the! old committee in calling a state con-', ventlon here. July 2, for the purpose , of nominating candidates to the state , supreme bench and to outline a party j platform, tl was decided to hold a i meeting here July 17 to plan an active campaign. A resolution was passed recommending that Solicitor General Davis of Clarksburg, be appointed to the : supreme bench to succeed Charles i Evans Hughes. C. C. Lewis, of ! Charleston; John J. Coniff. of Wheel- 1 Ing. and George I. seal, of Huntington, i were named membera-at-large. Lon 11. Kelly, of Sutton, was named acting i secretary of the committee. ' IIS BEI rFORCE /ST NOW .++ + + + + + ^ KKIJI FOR 111'OHES. + + Noah G. Kclm. of Blkln*. + I "regressive candidate for Con- + gross In the Second district in + 1 1914. writes the Telegram that + he will earnestly support + ' Charles E. Hughes, Hepublican ! ' nominee for president. Mr. + 1 Helm's letter follows: "Jus- + tlce Hughes Is an ideal candl- + date. I shall give him tny + earnest support." + a. HAILED AS DEAD Is Captain Morey of ttie Tenth Cavalry When He Visits His Surviving Men. ( v AsaictATio rami EL PASO, June 30.?At the Port BUss hospital, where the twenty-three negro troopers who were brought from Chihuahua arc being held. It was stated that it probably will be i several days before It can be determined whether the soldiers contracted any of the diseases prevalent In some districts in northern Mexico and before they can be returned to their j troops. When Captain Ixwln Morey of the \ rnnlh cavalry vlalted hla troopers they lialled him aa one rrom the dead, having believed he could not aurvlve the rounds which he sustained at Carrlial. Captain Moray chatted with the negro cavalrymen for half an hour. Twenty-three watermelons, tho gift | pf a local commission merchant, were, twaltlng tho twenty-three negro roopers whon they arrived at Fort Bliss. "Oh. hoy, you don't know how good | this tastes after those Mexican grllolos." one of the twenty-three ex:lalmed as he sank hla teeth Into a piece of melon. trodpsTeavf Vlt. Gretna for the City of El Paso for Service in the Federal Army. (?Y OCIATBC WWBBB) MT. OHETNA, Pa.. June 30?The rirat battalion signal troops of Pltta>urg and field hospital Companion Cos. 1 and 2, of Philadelphia, left | he mobilization camp here today for SI Paso. The first of the Phlladel>hia infantry regiments Is expected o start for the border during the lay. Two companion of engineers left he camp la?t ntitht. They are going o Texas by way of Washington. The signal corps will go to the bor Jer through Pittsburg as will the Pi rat and Third Infantry. The Secrnd Infantry will go by way of Phllidelphla. The Second brigade which has aeen disappointed sevoral times this week after orders to prepare to move Has been received too heart this morning when word was passed' tround that General Wood expected the entire command to be on Its way to the border by tomorrow at the lat>st. The Tenth Infantry which has been under orders to be ready to move since last Tuesday were ready rod prepared for an early start. VATSON ~ tj\t nnr p LJ. ? TERRIFIC ATTACK Is Made by Germans after Garrison is Literafly Buried under Storm of Shells. ' ? amociatco nur PARIS. Jnue 30?In a terrific at;aek upon the French positions eut >f Hill 304 In the Verdun sector the Germans captured a fortified work n the first line of the French ; Tenches after the garrison had been Morally burled under a storm of ihells. The position was recaptured >y a brilliant French counter attack, tccordlng to an official statement Islued by the French war office today. The Germans also delivered a powerful attaek on the French post kiuiiB tu n?wwui v. *uoQ uui mi* iuch efforts nre declared to hare been checked with heavy losees to the attacker*. Considerable activity it reported on the front from Nleuport to the Alsne. Ptl^AMC CiUT.-D BUIUED. Funeral services over the body of Michael Slmkanic, aged eighteen months, ton of Mr. and Mr*. Michael 3lrakanic. of Sim peon, who died at hla home there Thurtday afternoon following a few honra lllneet. were held at the home Friday morning and the body waa brought to thta and buried tn the Holy Cross cemetery. VEFICIA INJUNCTIO AG A INS 7 - 4 At the Tuna Glass Plant by Judge Maxwell of the Circuit Court Here. Upon the application of tlx* Tuna Glass Company, some of whoso employes ore on a strike for rocognition of the United Brotherhood of Glass Workers. Judge Haymond Milltt'oll of f hn nlmili eniirl turn in sued an injunction restraining T. Hoy Smith ami others from interfering with the operation of the company's plant. The order of injunction reads as follows: This day came the plaintiff. Tuna Glass Company. In open court at a special term and presented Its bill of complaint against the defeudauts in this cause, to-wlt: T. Hoy Smith. Fred B. S&yro, H. C. Caaslday. W. F. Miller, K. Hoach, O. Star key. S. Sisk. I. Stevenson, J. Henry. W. Sponaugle, O. Cox, E. Knight, J. Golden. K. Wolfe, S. Weaver, V. Arganbright, C. Knight. W. Myers, M. Stone, O. Mulheny. E. Henderson, W. Knight. C. C. Brown, A. Larson, K. Collins. I. Travis. M. Vanscoy, J. Simpklns. H. Blackshlre, II. Wotring. E. Oldaker, H. Lynch, M. Johnson, E. Freeman, W. Weaver. C., Netxer, H. Neff, O. lvroh, G. Kelser, M. Copenh&ver, It. Wiseman. C. Hobs. H. Cobeiiy, E. C. Teter, d. Holler. J. F. Whitman, E. IMumm, M. McCauley, H. Harden. W. Smith, W. Stoltz, Italph Lantz, H. Otterman, Ivron Lantz, S. Ganda, John l^antz, J. H. Myers, J. McNeuiar. L. Hufford. H. McNomur, H. Tenny, W11-! llam Hudson. H. Steele, Fred Mills, C. Willis, w. Smythe, J. L. Wlndcll, 0. Martin. A. C. Winegard, D. Merla. n n IVnmhlo U Voff n Pnl.. TVr Gould. F. Nupleton. K. Willi, V. Wlnegard. S. Tenny, C. Cochran, 3. Spadafore, C. Hughes, U. Fanalcr, A. l.iston, II. M. Weekly, Roscoe Dyer. W. G. Plant, Louis Scott. J. Cardmon, C. Smith, J. Cutrlght. Fred Bailey, J. M. Evans. Phllo Marvin, I M. Gorman, Payne Lee, It. U. Weekly, U. S. Coffman and the unknown directors, officers, members, agents and employes of the United Brotherhood of Window Glass Workers. Thereupon said plalntlfT moved the' court to grant an Injunction In accordance with the prayer of said hill, and In support of said motion asked' that said hill of complaint read as an aiiiuavu ana aiao lenaerea in support of said motion the affidavits of Charles H. Harding, B. O. Buzzard. Ellis Dofflemyer. A. J. Neptune and Robert T. Reynolds; which nffldavlts are hore now filed in this cause. And it appearing to *Tie court that by reason of tho facts and circumstances as set out In said bill of complaint and by reason of the fact that the defendants named in said bill are numerous, ft was Impracticable to give notice of said motion; and it, appearing from said bill and affldu- j vits that the plaintiff Is entitled to a temporary injunction as prayed in its said hill of complaint; now therefore. It is adjudged, ordered and docreed that the above name defendants, their agents, servants, employes and abettors be. and they are hereby restrained and Inhibited from Interfering with persons now employed, by the Tuna Glass Company, or with any persons who may hereafter desire to work and labor for the Tuna Glass Company, or with any person who shall apply to the Tuna Glass Company for employment, by violence. threats of vlolonco. challenges to fight, abusive language, picketing or placing guards In the neighbor-; hood of the Tuna Glass Company's ' factory for the purpose of Intimidating any person whatsoever or by I any other means whatsoever calcu-! lated or tending to Intimidate or alarm the employes or the Tuna\ Glass Company, or persons seeking ' employment from the Tunn Glass Company; and that the said defend-1 ants and all other persons are hereby enjoin and Inhibited from causing or coercing any of the employes of the Tuna Glass Company to quit or abandon their said employment and from congregating on or near the premises of the Tuna Glass Company for the purpose of interfering with or Intimidating In any way the employes of the Tuna Glass Company or persons seeking employment from said company; which injunction nan dc in eirect unm me runner order of this court. It la further ordered that eerrlce of a duly certified cony of thl* order ahall be due and sufficient notlco to the defendants and their confederates of said Injunction. WAR REFUGEES . From Italy Bring Germs Which: Are Responsible for Out- . break of Paralysis. sitOourn MUD NEW YORK. June 10?War refugees from Italy are bringing to this country germs which are fresb and especially rirulent and are responsible for the present outbreak of Infantile paralysis In this city, in the opinion of expert bacteriologists of the municipal health department. Forty-alx new cases daveloned over night and today nearly 300 persons are Ttctlina of the disease. HAWLTOX 18 FREE. WASHINGTON. June 30.?Release of Harloe Hamilton, an American held since 1913 on a charge of murder by Mexican authorities at Oaxaca City was reported today to the state department by Special Agent Rodgers at Mexico City. Mr. Rodgers said he had advised Hamilton to leave for Vera Crux. 1L TO 1 N ISSUED ;STRIKERS BASE HOSPITALS Are Established on Border to Protect the Health of the Troops Now Moving. ? ? .MHl.tlP PMHI PAN' ANTONIO. Jun?' 30?Adequote preparation* to preserve the ho.ilth of troops now moving to the lionliip npanllnnllv !? * ?? ?? >?- 1 pleted. Rase Hospital* capable of caring for 500 patients each having been established at Sau Antonio and at Fort Illlne. There al*o is a amullor base hoHpttnl at Douglas, Aria. Arrangements have ben made to establish other base hospital* at Fort Crockett near (inlveston, Eagle Puss, Parodo and Nogales. Camp hospitals have been established all along the border. STATE GOLF Tournament for Women Will be Held at Fairmont July 4. FAIRMONT. June JO.?'The women golf player* of the Fairmont Country | Club announce that while they will be in full sway at the golf links on July Fourth, the men will not be barred whatever from the grounds and the link* witl bo open all duy to the male aggregations. The first annual tournament of the WoHt Virginia Women's Oolf Aanoclutlon will be held at the Country Club grounds, beginning on July 4. DEATH IS ERRAND ( + To a Comrade in a War Hos-1 pital Whose Longing is for an Orange. <bt Miocurao miid PARIS. June 30.?It was while on an errand of mercy for a wounded comrade that Corporal Victor Chapman, of New York, a member of the Franco-American aviation corps, met his death last week. Captain Boelke, the most famous of all German aviators, who up to that time had accounted for eighteen aeroplanes, sent Chapman to bis death. But before he foil the American brought down two German machines. These details are disclosed In a semt-ofilclal statoment given out here Friday. Sergeant Clyde Balaley. of San An tnnlo. Tex., wounded In n fix tit near! Verdun and probably crippled for life la In a hoapital a few mllea from the aviation cainp, to which Corporal I Chapman waa attached. The aer(tennt naked for an orange but there wna none to he had at the hoepltal. Corporal Chapman heard of the Incident and decided to gratify the dealre of bta comrade. He obtained a email baaket of oranitea In hla aeroplane for the hoapital. While on hla way he aaw aevoral black spota against the aky In the direction of the German line. He flew toward them and discovered that three French aeroplanea wore enRaged with four German mnchlnen. The New Yorkor dashed Into the flght. He rose to a great height and awooplng down on the Germans put hla machine gun Into action. Hla bullets found the mark and two German machines fell to the oartb. Chapman sent them down almost ea aeon as bo entered tbe combat. Then Captain Itoelke turned on the American and caught him at such an ancle that he was able to rake the American with machine sun Ore. One bullet struck a vital spot and Chapman plunged lifeless to the ground. He fell within the German lines. MEXICl KILLED By a Squad of American Soldiers and Mexicans Express Indignation. ( v AMociA.eo ? EL PASO. June JO.?A Mexican line rider of tbe Carransa customs service was killed Thursday nlxht br a (quad of American soldiers. who Bred acroaa the Rio Grande Into Mexican territory near Ysle*_i twelve miles east of EH Paso, accc-dlng to a report received by General Oonvalcs In Juartx Friday. Mexican officials claim that the guard named Jnan Morlno was rldlnx along the Mexican side of the river In the performance of hla duty with a fellow customs guard when tbei Americans opened Ore without warn-: In*. Considerable Indignation was expressed In Jusres orer the affair and General Oonxales sent a complaint to General Bell, wbo said he wonld Investigate. GOES TO NEW YORK. WASHINGTON. June 10.?President Wilson left (or New York shortly after noon to apeak tonight at the New York Presa Club banquet. Accompanying him were Mrs. Wilson. Secretary Tumulty. Dr. Cary T. Graysan. United 8tatea nary, and Vance C. MeCormlck. the new chalrmon of the Democratic national committee ! The president plans to return early Saturday, leaving New York about' midnight. HE UN NEW CHAIRMAN OF William 1L Willcox. William R. Willcox, a personal and Cilitical friend of Charles B. Hughes, wyor, former postmaster of New York and until 1913 chairman of the public service commission of New York, has l>oen selected as chairman of the Republican national committee and as such will manage Hughes' race for the presidency. Mr. Willcox has not been Identified with any faction of the party, and is acceptable to Republicans and Progressives alike. MET ON OF MERCY + + + VETERANS WILL RUN + + ANNUAL EXCURSIONS. ] + ? + + It was announcod Friday + + that there would bn a prollml- + + nary meeting at an oarly date + + to form what will be known aa + + the Waldo Bar Veterans' Aaao- + + elation. The main object of the + association will-be to operato + annual excursions to Frost + burg, Md.. where the Wtaldo bar fixtures havo heen Install ed. The association will rean- > lly eclipse any organised body + of men In the state In point of + ? large number and Its member- * I + ship will not be limited to + West Virginia. + The date of the first excur + slon depends upon the rapidity +i + with which troops aro moved + to the Mexican border, as every + train the railroad companies have will be needed to trans- + + port the veterans to Frostburg. + t t "litin* Are Four Mexican Bandit? in the Jail in the Town of Deming. N. M. <?? Maacitito r?iM> DEM1NO. N. M.. Juno 30.?Four Villa h&ndltn who took part In the ColumbuH raid wore hanged In the county Jail here today. The men were put to death In palra. Enaerlo Itenterla and Taurlno Garcia were hanced flrat and then j Jose Range! and Juan Castillo. The four men were calm. Jose Hansel smoked a cigaret as the noose was adjusted. None would say anything eacept Garcia, who exclaimed as ho was lad to execution: "I hope God will forgive my enemies." This completes the disposition of the cases or Columbus raiders as Jose Rodrlguex recently wss granted a stay of execution and is serving a life sentence. PRECAUTIONS Are Taken against Any Possible Wrecking of Troop Trains Enroute to Border. ' * A?aociAT?o raiiii SAN ANTONIO. June 30?Whllo thousands of national guardsmen were inovlnr todar toward border stations. extraordinary precaution* were being taken to prevent the ex- j act routing and schedule* of the numerous special trains from becoming known. General Funston was Instructed to' exercise the utmost precaution In concealing details of the mobilisation and general managers of all I railroads carrying troops were requested not to make public the more- j ment of trains. It was oxplalned at General Fun-j ston's headquarters that the unusual measures were not taken to prevont the news of Just where the American troops would be stationed from reaching Mexicans, but to render more difficult any attempt that might be made to wreck one of the train*. FOWKEK RETT Kit. Russell FOwkea. taken suddenly 111 Thursday, was belter Friday and resting well at hts hums on ITeston street. IITED S CHIEF C A TO STAY 4 + TENSION NOT SALARY. + WASHINGTON. Juno 30.? + + Comptroller Warwick of the + + treoNury ruled Friday Senator + + Goff, of Wont Virginia, In en- + titled to draw hin pension aa + retired Judge of tho United + * State* circuit court In addition + to ltln Hillary hh a nonatnr. Ho + + hold that tho judicial pay + granted judge* who retired nt + + the ago of 70 after ton yearn of + + Horvlco In pension aud not an I- + + nry. + + + | SPECIAL TERM Ot the Circuit Court of the County is Being Held by Judge Maxwell. .IuiIko llnyniond Maxwell Ik holdIns n apodal Inrin or tho circuit court. In tho enno of Clayton M. Davis nsnlnxl Doubles Brothora, a IIrial docroo was onterod adjudicating Hens mid inlying money in mo imr or inn court. Sale ivnii decreed In the riiumi of I l'eter Bornun and the Union Nattonul ! llank ngnlnul Welter Brlnky. George W. iliidorman, KUnnllnn of l.onnlo It. Tucker, wan authorised to cell lila ward'a intoreat In real entute on Dlngamon. Sale of one aero of coal wiui decreed In the cauae of Arllu I., tlel dreth itguinat Benjamin K. Huah ot al. An order of reference wan made In the cnuae ot Otto W. Smith and olhora agalnat George W. Carder and others. Exceptions to the commlaaloner'a report In tho cauae of the Traders I National Bank or Uuckbannon agalnat W. A. Wllklnaon and olhera and aale was decreed. Appointment of John W. Davis and William M. Agoy as truatoen ot the Central Preabyterlan church waa con i armed. CASEMENT Cut Is Introduced In tile Senate lij Mr. Martlne. ( T AIIOCUTIB Mllll WASHINGTON, Juno 30 A resolution requesting the president to ask the Hrltlsh government for u stay of the exocutlon of Sir ltogor Casement, the Irish loader, convicted of treason Thursday In London, pending pre. ontatlon of now rncts, was Introduced In tbo Senate Krltluy by huuu-1 tor Martlne, of Now Jersey. BIG PRIZES REAL In the Telearam's Great 10.000 Club Campaign Now in Full Blast. Only two more days remain In which to work (or the 100,000 rote certificate. This certificate will be the same as winning $26 In cash and It will be well l( you put forth your beat efforta this week. New members are joining the 10.000 club every day and there la atlll room ror more. The more membera we bare the eaaler It will be for you to win. Aa there la only so much bualnees to get. Think o( the many thlnga that you could do with one of the big Overlauda or the cash. Ileal Heneflts. But the real benefits to be derived from a campaign of thla sort goes to the people who go after the big prises. Take the auto for Instance. It Is a car that Is owned only by few, because the purchase price In the first place Is prohibitive for many. It la a car you should be proud to own and drive, a car that would give you pleasure service unlimited on the open road. Now auppose you did not wish to keep the car for your own use. You can cash In on It for very nearly the original fl.145. plus the freight. ream wuuiu %? ? ?? j wU v. roar family. Suppoee you are atartInc up In bualneaa. A thousand dollar! would turn the trick. It would mean that you would not hare to worry any more. Or maybe you have a mortgage on your little home. The thoueand dollars would lift It clean. Don't you think you owe It to your wffe and the Uttle onea to take advantage of thla chance to ltrt from over their heads the black cloud of. debt? Eapedally when you can lake, the chance without Interfering with vtftne nrosnnf wArlr fir nnmlovmpnt art without spending one cent of your I money. .Not Fair to Self. Possibly yon believe you wouldn't have a chance to secure one of the big prises; that someone else has a belter chance than you have. That . Is not (air to yourself. You are simply cutting off your own chances In order to Indulge your desire to keep on drifting Instead of doing a little hustling In your spare time. Every day renewal subscriptions come lo the Telegram office direct' TATES RRANZA DEFIANT According to Private Advices from a Reliable Source in Mexico City. BREAK IS SURE TO COME Faction of the Mexican Cabinet Urges an Even More Defiant Attitude. a. A.aociA.aa WASHINGTON, Juno 30?Prlvatt advice* reaching Washington from I reliable source In Mexico City todo) aald General Carranxa and hl? ad. vlaern had determined to aland b) order* to General Tievlno to altaoh Ainerlenn tronpa In Mexico moving In nnv direction expect towardi the border nnd that no way waa toon to avoid n break with the Unltoil State*, A faction of tho Mexican cabinet, It true alated, waa using an even more defiant attltudo and wanted tc Include In the reply to tho America! request for n itatemont of Intern tlona a new domand for Immediate wltjidrawal of all Unltod State* troop* mm on Mexican *oll. Tho udvloea did not Indicate when the roaponao from Carranxa might be expected. Tho laat word on the subject to the state department oarne In a message from Special Agent Rogers, who said he oxpectod the note to be handed him Wednesday nlgbt. ALL GUARDSMEN Can Be Drafted into Service Whether They Take a New Oath or Not. i al hi niragimid mill) WASHINGTON; June 30.?U was learned today that war department legal oxperta construe the roaolutlon adopted by Congrraa and lent to the White I inline yc?;e; day an granting authority to draft every enrolled member of the national guard Into the federal norvlce whenever the proaldont ahall decide the atep la neoeaaary. The drnrt would apply, they believe, to all guardamcn whether they take a new oath or not. Under thla oonatructton the whole enrolled htrength of the alate tronpa dow upward! of 130,000 men could be clled Into the federal service wit hoi.-: delay and bo used olther on tho border or In Mcxleo. ALU 118 REPULSED. ' mmcimid rnim MERLIN June 30.?Attack! bj the Brltlsu and French at varloai places along the western front Thursday and Thursday night were repulsed by German troops, the war office announced frlday. ;Are benefits which would net thousanda of rotea If brought In by some member. The same ts true of new ^abscrtptlone. Could this be possible If every member of the club was doing his or ber level bestT Right on Main street In Clarksburg there are hundreds of thousanda of votes which could be rfatbered up very easily by a strong, forceful worker. There are other towns which yon can Ond the same wonderful opportunities. If you take advantage of this chance Instead of leaving It for someone else It means that you and not tho other fellow will be riding In one of the Overland Sizes on July Fill Out ftlnnk. ir you are Interested. All out ttie nomination blank on the other page of this Issue and send It In to the manager of the 10,000 club at once. Full Information will be sent to you and all possible help will be siren to you In this campaign. The Telegram absolutely guarantees you a square deal. No fsTorltes rule here. No matter who you are your chance In here, ready and waiting for you. Don't put ofT working. The longer you wait the harder you will hare to work to win. Remember the fable of ths bare and the tortoise. You may hare a lot of ability but stpady effort beats a brilliant spurt anytime. Don't spend too much time talking about what you can do. Put It to actual accomnllshment which sneeVe. for Itmelf. Deeds and not words are what count Stop trying to Imitate a rooster and become a real booater If you want to get the amell of gasoline tn your noatrlla from a big alz tbla summer. The IJst Again. The llat of club members la pnbllah again today. Many changes will bfl noilcB&ble. Several new name* nre on the Hit and some of the other names have disappeared. All the slumbering ones are being trimmed out as fast as possible. If you are awake and on the Job It will pay you to make the fact known to the manager of the dob at once. Offer (loses. The offer of RO.OOO bonus roteg with each club of 126 werth of bual> ness closes Saturday night. July 1. Yon still hare time to hurry out and complete a club. If yon bare subs ecrlptlans turned in before this week which you hero not counted nnder any other role offer they will count this week under this offer.