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HYPHEN E SIZZLING FROM R( Doesn't Want Support of Germans unless "Straight Americans." He Writes. CHICAGO. Juno .1 -IN j?ly;ng to a , letter which had been written to hlui lj Dr. Frederick H. a phyitii. n of Kltnhurst. <*ol Theodore .. >Mvrlt declared that 1??- would r ; udiate any dim support who ' uid vol?- fc?r mo as a (Jermancrican" ?r as anything else not raight American." . ucb support, he said, lie regarded 1 "profoundly immoral" and i?;u : .adly un-American." The letter of Dr. Hates to the . was prompted by con\ aiion doctor had had with m? .t.? of faculty of tlit- German .eng'iuai ' ran ? ' In i.. t ;n > hich the latter had d? .u-d war on e fatherland, and that Inus? of fitude ! t t htey could not ir.-in support 1.. candidacy for the it* ?!?ney Dr. Holes \sks Denial. Dr. Bat? told the ?olonel that he fr It confident he would deny . statements, and that h< ! :< r *! ich .- denial "for . ?fb t!.. ?;.r inn vote iten?'; unci denied is xplaincd ?' the two otters, which are reprodur? d hereth. Dr. 1 ..i b " 'lie . ndcr date of May ' r ! "I ain a regular pra< t:< !ng physician. 58 year- old. a h< 1 d : < !> forty years' practice amor : t!.< Germans of this. r There is here located a large Gcr ian Evangelical Lu?;m ui.. 'if students and graduate* m wh i have known intimately durlnu tuv i cars of practice. I number nmom; . the members of the faculty, u I of ! whom but one are (if rninns. some of i ?y best friends, earnest, oonsr:?nnus Amerirnn r the tin : % of whom supported y- ir randnla- i I three years ago t Sympathies with Kntlu rlnnd. I "Naturally. since t?,. great world war began. their tuparhas ha* J been with the fatherland, and rcceut- ' ly. since you are again a candidat 1 they feel because of your attitude ? ward them they can re upport ? again. In tnan> conversations ?r * these men. I am convinced that n clear, frank statement by you will i clarify the situation and reclaim many of tlioso who an now wave nag In their allegiance to you. "These men are ropresenta' ive Germans our very hi , and they have repeatedly ar!:ni.-.\: edged to me that in their opinion you are the one man best qunllfled to t guide *h< d< stln th< nati in the present critical tlnm "But they say 'He has advocated ' war on 'ho fatherland ' Wants to Know Truth. "Now. I do not ktiow - V -,pr flr Instance in wh:?!. vou <Ii?l this -nd ! want to ascer pi 11 sertlon is true. In a conversation I With one r>f prof* ssot of till lege he said that if you would make t a statement to th< fU ct that t not so It will rain the.r "I said ! would writ* to > ou and ' And out lie said that you muld not \ deny the statement 1 haw f, > v you will, hence this letter This 1 county iT>- Pacei caw you nearly c r.I?oo majority a* *h? 'a- - V. "Do not misunders*:i:vi m- . I lo ont want this dot <1 ' m ' .<1 in- ' fluence onlv but for bs t ?! . German vote gi where t- ? fluence of thi? Gerr n lnstbtr'et manifest, practically in every stat< in o the union." Here I* the Colonel** lleplv. Col Roosevelt's reply fro* Oy " Bay. under date of May 2'2. fob \ ? Young's Heads Relieve promptly Head out affectim* the heart. Especially recommend panied by a nnusi-ar i 1 monly known as "i-c-k h> ad I Have been <oM ! ; n >> in nicdi'-:!"for the pa "YOUNti .S " ami anapt 11 > Six Powders in (Politir .l A : Mr Vo er! R memb FOR U s. S?N \T \ ot? l if i Mv Marl; \ HITK WILLI \M F. a }; r i ; III I 7 :: : ?i iii i i h.rizL.- :3 slna BENJAMIN L | republican fo UNITED SEN. 1 1 tiik su RAWS A ~ i LETTER DOSEVELT "My I?tar l?r. liatea That's a very kind letter of yours, ui.d J uppreeiato it. ' You mu> that a ecrtaiu <i? rinan professor ut the (iertutiri laitherun " <' g a: Klin burst suites tbst 1 udvorted ! t oti the lutb< rUud.' "The tat?ment j:- inrorrect 1: is corre<t. !*?? to *ay that 1 have Staled lli&l I te prehldcut 1 would ha ,?; ! the murder of American women and ehlldren in Mi '..in oi mi he high Hvas If it wen net sary to go to war to do so. "It .dentally, if | hud heen presl <! .. i.? i ' er.i.any not M wo., l ha'.i -and to havt murdered the m-it id eh.idreti, atid would hav? n in less danger of war i.'.in \\< an now >'inl- lii? lO tndt S|NM-e|i. "I i < mi y? . herewith a eopy of the sp? It l tit u tie tit J Jet roll, and I wish you > ?? show it to your frauds of itt tirigin. From yum . .. take It you are t?r hnuiisi. I-. ii Vou . uy that your <. i in.in-Aim i u tut" friends htatu tiiut ii.iturully sum tin great world wur .. ia th< ; .apathies ban been with the fatherland, and recently, siiri you are again a candidate, the., fee. hecau of yotn attitude toward tlx :ii thej .anno? .>tip|iort you again. 'Now. on lu Mime masoning, if your fatherland' . Knglanti. your, I ' i.. may l..r. b< ti w it h Kng ; lat 1 In 1S7S n> > ii.p.itliies were .< .'rougiy ii .. i. ' i.iiglaud in her u id* ' f favoring Turkey against Bulgaria and ltuf If. because of f? you a., ild oppose ine i i .i . I was again -' your 'fatherland. 1 wo ild a . it was your husliie to !?c for or against me as an \.;iiman <:'urn and not as au *t?ng: a sympathizer ivitit i\:.gland. Welcome lo Show Ills Letter. ; pi same thing lbout . : ! rinan-American' 'rlends ? tirn? and you are very . on "it . ttoi to them. I don't v.;?nt 'f i upport an (Jernan. untl if tin y ? \p? r me to stand *rl.? ;r fatherland.' as you sa> tin y ?hra. 1*. when I believ? 'their fatlirland' t*? lie wrong, then they are cn ' !rt bolnr opposed to me. icciw tl ? are not toting as Atnerlan* lie;, ite acting an adherents of i foreign nation r* ding In Ann ri? a Vnd I don * ant an> support and I . not entitled t?. an> supiHirt. cx pt from Hti- lght out Americans Some of the best and elosest riends I hnvo in the world are > er ana "f pure German blood \ !! I>?n for Instance, and Kd :nd lb 'It a- 1 on?? ..f the * men rl cabinet George von . ngerke who was descended rotn one ??f niuclior's colonels Ittit he\ ?r? : . frl'-nds he?ause they are itralght Americans. Just ns 1 am. < nn'l Write !? ? Hoped. \ . t.is dear 1 ' Bates, your let ?r ? kind n* I fr ml 1 \. and your . <h *o do tne good. ' .it | t'i ? I " .Hi* write >ou in wa\ . deiitly imped I would rrlt? flu f *rm lust as well lie un: rood t! t l ?' dutely decline to r\ to ire* tler'-mn vo?es or any other .* ^ by serving some foretcn nation ! am for America, and onlv for, or 'n tn?! Tor everv American ' p and ?: - worth a* a man. nnd n'ir? h v?h r? card *o hi? attitude of i hole hearted and unconditional Ltnor'ran'''m I would vote Juat a.? rkl\ for pn drnt for an Amarl... (fjren both of whoae paTrnta l?r?rn *' (' rmanv a* 1 would for Nis, ostors came over on the Invflopcr. if the two men were equal n merit. Support Immoral. 'Hut I a u not In any wn> ?shape clue Powders aolif .iinl N uralgia wither! for headache aceom !i "i" the stomach couiai-he." ' DniL'irists and Dealers st IT years. Ask for ) other kind. P.'.ckvtre 10c. :t lament.) ; I I 8 Every Ballot marked I in .his way a ;s a protest against ~1 High Taxes and Prah bition HQ ENBLOOM CANDIDATE r STATES ATE NDAY TEI.KOKA.M. CI.AJi or form countenance the efforts of nny section of our citizens to vote, not *u? Americans, but with regard to the i real or fancied Interests of the land , from which they or their parents camo. 1 regard such support us profoundly Immoral and us profoundly un-American. "I would promptly repudiate your support if you wore for rno us an 'English-American.' and I would repudiate any oue else's support who would vote for me us a OrmanAmerlcun. "I believe that every American citl-, /en should. In all matters affecting Wncrlca'n position, at home and abroad, vote und art with nothing whatever In view except h;: duty toward the I'nltnd States, furthermore. I believe that as regards all outaido n iHons every American should act without any reference to the needs of the land from which his forefathers nine, and solely with referenre to the < ondtict of each foreign nation in the par icular crisis under ronsld* ration. "Sincerely yours. Tllh/yix>l:k KO08WKLT." RRYANIRRAHKINR wii i mi iu yiiuiiiiiu FOLK FOR VICE PRESIOENI Report Has It That Commoner Favors Former Governor of Missouri. NEW* YORK, June 3 Democratlr lenders in this eiry were surprised by information from Washington Hint William J. Hryitn wants fortnet Governor Joseph W Polk, of Missouri, nominated for vlrc president at the St. I?uis convention Mr. Itryan and Mr. Polk, who is now chief counsel for the Interstate Commerce t'oinmlsslon have been political churns for year:., and the belief is that the former secretary of state, seeing the opportunity at hand. Intends to 'ake advantage of It Vlc? President Marshall wants n renominntlon. of course, and his friends are declaring that there will be trouble if he doesn't vet it Tntn many men today expressed enthunsin at the prospect of a tight at tho Democratic national convention Tln? chief argument that the friends of Mnrshall put forward in support of his r? nomination is the fact thnt two I'nitcd States senators are to he elected In Indiana this fall, and that his nomination attain will mean that he will carry the state and the two senators with hltn. On the other hand, the Demorratfe advisers of President Wilson insist that to he successful, the ticket must have the unqualified support of Hryan. Friends of the commoner declare | . present intention is to fake the stump for the Democratic rotnln.. s hut. hclng a wary politician, he fins refrained from openly making any such declaration. Itrynn is none to friendly with Bt^oaoooo<><fo<>ooc ooooooooooc ?-C^CKX>^.OC-OCOOOOC?XH>OOCK>OOC CI Repw Judg j GoVei 11 He is en o a clean recor Q A - | He stan< z I , . ? r and is agams u_ - . ne is a i Ihave confide r. He is afi 11 can harmoni: He will i square deal. 11 0 o 1 ? Mark your [Xj j He ( mtm OOOOOOOOCOOOC8M5C830QDOOOOOCK 1 WwacajwKaaaaarwgwftat^^ i (KSUURC. TV. VA? SUNT).' Marnhall. the more no bccaime Mar- | nhaH'n inont important political aanet f in the friendship of .Senator Tom i Ta?c?:art. He would also have Tani- i many'* ntipport In cane Bryan attack- i od him. i If Folk were nominated for vice 1 CONQUEROR! TO DEVELO + If That Country Remains in I Their Possession after the War is Over. BELGRADE. Serbia. June 3 ? If Serbia remain* under A ustro-Hunrarlun control after th? establishment of peace I bo luiktiii Rtat< probably will tak? a promlnrnt position amour the world's metal-producing countries, an the present conquerors o? Serbia are lnylna; plan* to develop the mineral require*-* lu antiquity tlie countr> was th?* Utgest gold pro i ducer in Kurop< It* copper Mines * had. prior to the conquest of the Iialkan? by the Turks, developed to a considerable extent, those xploitcd by a French company a! Iior, netting? annual!:, an much a* nixty per cent of (be capital Invested. 1 Gold ha" been won in Serbia ?n re- < ' nt yea is principally through placer t lining The production war small. I renter* as work wai coi flood as a i !? to localities which had already .* ii worked over by the ancients. t Silver I.n found. Silver 1h found only in ^injunction with other metals The copper ores ; of Ilor contain from ninety -;x to 120 j era mm ex per ton The lead ores of I'ostenjc, neai Kiupanj and those of , Avala on the Crm-nt mountain also furnish considerable silver At Ava- y la quick-silver Is also found. Tin Is . found at several points, but so far . no efforts have been rnndc to develop the deposits. Arsenic exist? aiJaelkova. Copper ores occur in great quant!- , ty Most of them resemble in character and geological deposition those of llutto, Montana The mines at 1 Ilor. notably ih? one known as Cuk adulkan. are > prially rich. Ores ^ taken from this mini* are .six per cent copper, which reflneR into 1*? .02 per cent copper and rIvm per ton twentyfour to thirty grammes gold, ninety- 1 six to 120 grammes silver. Invested is a capital of 5,500.000 francs. In r the year 1012-12 the production of ore was 7,000 tons. ' Iron Abounds. Iron also is found In Serbia, es peclally in the northeastern parts of the country. The lack of coal and I coke has in the past prevented the development ot the Iron and steel In- v dustry. the small output of iron ores t having been transported on the Dan- t ube to points in Austriu-ilungary. Before Serbia's mineral resources l can be developed profitably, an ex- \ tension of the country's railroad system roust take place, it Is pointed out. At present the ores are generally carted or carried by pack animals Many of the best deposits can I he reached by *hort narrow-guage line* from the Danume. so that great r accessibility from this convenient waterway will not entail prohibitive investments. CKI ^oooo^oooooooo BKCSSC8K8B??? hlicans e Ira "nor Bei linently qualifier d. Js for equal rig t special priviles man in whom 1 ince. Filiated with no f ze the party, see that the pe< ballot this Way:? IRA E. ROBINSO 7an W jonrsestHsaaxstttfaaattBaat^ 3Kb KM08CKbCb3tCKKKfcQ.QflflCKKWilflfcCfcfl6BCtOQ.OOC, VY, JT7XE 4, 1916. president. It would l?e an a peace offering to Bryan- It Is wild that the relations between the president and the commoner have not changed since the famous "<?od bless you" incident it the Whlto House; If anything, they iara beoome a bit inoro strained. soFSERBIA P MINERALS WEST UNION HAPPENINGS nunmiim rn unnuniuuu Events of tfie Week in Doddridge County Recorded by Correspondent. WEST l .VlOCi, Juiu 3.?The G. A. ield memorial .services Tuesday ai lh< our* bouse. Addresses were made b. he following person* J. M. Crlbbh. K. K. SirickliiiK. J- Ira K. Smith, r. H Shannon. I'. >. .v.cClain Hid J V. ftlair. representing tut valous chur<? ?*k uml secret orders. Social ami Personal. Mrs. Jobi. yut'ctt has returned to ! arkcrshurg after a visit with friends n town. J \\\ Reed. of Braxton county, is isittng his son. F W Kecd. <i?forge Taylor, of Charleston, i. (pending a few days \v : h his patents, dr and Mrs. E. (?. Taylor, at Morgan tile. Mrs Ira Lewis and son are guests of elatr.es at Harris . ilie. Mrs Joe hotson has returned from he Johns Hopkins Hospital at Bultinore much Improved from her trcatncnt. Mrs Margaret Doak. of Pennsboro. vup u \iMnir in iiiwii iin* urni o? mc rock. o a. Ashburn Is home from Morpranown for a few days. Mr Hav Earner and Miss Grace fates. dnughtt r of Janice Yates. wore riarrtod rocontlv at Oakland Mrs. futnilla I>avlR and Mrs. Ixn 'ass. of Washington. r?. are spendriK some time with the former's slater, drs A. A. Bee. Miss Florence Maker is visiting hor ?arents at Willow. W Va. Mrs. Sarah Brown, f?f Clarksburg, van recently the guest of her dnughers. Mrs. A. J Osborn and Mrs. Miner Stout. Mr. and Mrs Jnrk Kndahnugh. of Coumbus. are guests of Mr and Mrs V. M. Pousne at Smlthton. line to seattle. DAIREN. .Tapan. Juno 2.? The opportunities for freight-carrying ships >n the Pacific ocean has induced the Shosoo. a Japuuese steamship company. to inaugurate a line to Seattle, kith stops at Kobe. Japan and VludL ostok. The company has its main Shoul E. Ro R ?ause: d and has hts for all re. the people action and ople get a n] in In ItMWttOTrHWfrgy^ office hero at Dalren. It In expected that eventually five ships will he employed in the service. Miscellaneous goods will he carried to Seattle and munitions of war for Russia will he transported from the I'nlted States to Vladivostok. A foll-grown elephant yields 120 pounds of ivorr. \o r It i to rivn. i m.iu;i;kTlli: COMMON ' |T :i Op THE TOW M OP B11 LEI IfUOHl H. Hair RAY L. SI . < 'andidatc for Rejuibl PRO'SE'CUTINC Mark a Cross j x | KAY L.i Your support is e w AT /I KH OA JL ^ I i I binsoi T NoVer FIRST SECTION County, \Va?t Virginia. will raeoiru SEAT*Kl? RlliH for t!>*> ?nriiir?r)air work up to 1- o ' ! > ^ noon. Juii* l.'.fh. 1910. for tha pavln~ of s:?Ur? Atpoo* from Kakar A*onr* to I>mi? straat. lurls Straat from Duff Str*~t to top of hill ??o I?a*ia St root to proporty Una l*tas?< <*o Avanoo front Duff Straat to M? I?owaIl Strwt. and a cartaln IJ?y ritunltiir North and Sooth from Hartlatnl Ai*nu?- to Alaxftiidar Avans# to In' luda nil - *-*tirostaa. profits*. * Tha ?n- a.?fU! bidder. If any. la to irl*a a?.<?.; ?i,j k-jo-jan' * ond npprorad by ' m?.* i n r|! 7 h? Common Coon* 1! ra**rra? tna rtrht to rajo-t rnr or all -.rrmtinl' at Ion or blda ' I! It tV|ti!*r ftaenrdar. .".It North Ava.. ''Iirkahnrr. W. Va. ROTHER ii'un Nomination for i ATTORNEY in Front of My Name ST ROTH ER [ & arnestly solicited ? 'jfSSSl 00880(3388308008088 [H linate j! n for ?? H ?? , | g W I P5 is ( IH nber if meac8se8XB*KBaaaaoicBaacecB3Be | eaa^KyaaE8X8C8aaaas3a*8K8*uHI ? ?