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l^sTj THE SUNDAY TELEGRAM[%h^] full associated press service by leased wike VOL. 2, NO. 29. ClAJlKSBrm; W. VA~srNl>AY. .1 I NK U. 1916~ PIR8T SECTION PRICE FIVE CENTS IHU ' ? HUGHES AS TH1 + ^ IS LD 1)1 AMER1C AND E Republican Nominee for ttii Ring with the Patr the Great A DEPLORES THE WEAKNE! Statement Frankly and Ful Several Vital I: Crisis _ CHICAGO, June 10.?T! I aim cougi uiuiauon iroin iva man, was sent to Justice Hug "With deliberation and which could not have been mo ty never excelled in past conv the Republicans of the nation United States. Your eminent ling integrity and unsullied p " appreciated by your countryi convention over which I have : ^ low delegates 1 congratulate y II of this convention. (Signed) MR. HUGHES'S STATEMEN OF THE FOUNDERS OF Th WASHINGTON. June 1C Hughes sent in reply to Chai "Mr. Chairman and Dele illation. 1 have wished to rei cal period in our national his to summon and that it is in; speak at a time of national ex: considerations. You voice th going Americanism with fin sentiai to our peace and safel not fail to answer with the p vice of our country. "Therefore I accept the n unflinching maintenance of a land and sea. "1 neither impugn motives is most rcgretably true that i fnr*ti/T in/>nliitinhltr f*?Am t Vi a w/ been taken with regard to ? with regard to both our rights out consistency; and while s( concerned we utterly failed tx duty to our own citizens. WHson's i "At the outset of the ndm; of our diplomatic intercourse nated to a conception of part to the world a humiliating spt have not availed to recover 1 tunately sacrificed. Brave wo by indecision. "I desire to see our diplc and to have these advanced; t< est to partisan expediencies; t always at its command here a to maintain firmly our right; steadfastly upon all our rights international obligations and of our position and our manif them to dignify our place am "I stand for Americanism a patriotism that is single and alized, of whatever race or cr< ^ do not for an instant tolerate C/? M..? f f -w- i ui nai "I believe in making pron national security. 1 believe in quate for our defense with n both army and navy, but witl each branch of the service th i der the most competent adrnii "We are devoted to the i to promote all wise and prac ment of international disput |i there is no danger of militaris of aggression; no lust for ten spirit that we demand adoqua we condemn the inexcusable matter of first national impo; which self respect demands, ready for every emergency. Our Prepai MOur preparation must b as military. Our severest teal must make a fair and wise rea 4 GHE OR ; AND HAR EY ENTER 7W\MV i ? v mi i i \ NOW VERMORE s Presidency Utters Words Which iotism of the Founders of merfcan Republic. SS OF THE POLICY OF WfLSON ly Sets Forth His Position on the ssues in the Present of the World. lie following message of notification rren G. Harding, permanent chairhes at Washington: enthusiasm under circumstances re complimentary and with unanimientions you have been nominated by as our candidate for president of the fitness for this high office, your sterrivate character are understood and nen. Voicing the sentiments of the presided by the courtesy of my felou and the country upon the outcome | "WARREN G. HARDING." IT RINGS WITH AMERICANISM IE GREAT AMERICAN REPUBLIC ?.?Following is the telegram Justice rman Harding: gales:?1 have not desired the nnm main on the bench, but in this crititory I recognize that it is your right paramount duty to respond. You igency, transcending merely partisan e demand for a dominant, thoroughn protective upbuilding policies esy and that call in this crisis, I canledge of all that is in me to the serum! nation. I stand for the firm and II the rights of American citizens on I nor underestimate difficulties, but it n our foreign relations we have suf- i ak and vacillating course which has dexico?a course lamentably wrong and our duties. We interfered with;eking to dictate when we were notj > appreciate and discharge our plain:, Course Deplored inistration, the high responsibilities with foreign nations were subordi-. isan requirements and we presented j ctacle of inaptitude. Belated efforts, the influence and prestige so unfor-' rds have been stripped of their force ! imacy restored to its best standards > have no sacrifices of national intero have the first ability of the country nd abroad in diplomatic intercourse; 5 under international law; insisting i 1 1 *-.11 " i ? i us iivuinu aim iuiiy periormmg our by the clear correctness and justness est ability and disposition to sustain ong the nations. that knows no ulterior purpose; for complete. Whether native or natur;ed, we have but one country and we. any division of allegiance. ional Defense ipt provision to assure absolutely our i preparedness, not only entirely adewpect to numbers and equipment in 1 all thoroughness to the end that in ere may be the utmost efficiency unlistrative heads. deals of honorable peace. We wish' ticable measures for the just settle-; es. In view of our abiding ideals, m in this country. We have no poHcy itory; no seal for strife. It is in this te provision for national defense and neglect that' has been shown in this rtance. We must have the strength the strength of an efficient nation I redness Manifold e industrial and economic as well a will come after the war is over. We djuatment of the tariff, in accordance :s s ALI MONYIS ON THE s 111 LEADERS ALL CLIMB ON THE ( HUGHES ICON Delegates Fall over Themselves in Rush to Justice Hughes in Convention. FAIRBANKS IS POPULAR Nominee Resigns from the Supreme Bench and Then Aocepts Nomination. KIT A??>CIAT?D CHICAGO. June 10.?Charles Evans Hughes, former governor of Now York, and until today associate Justice. of the nupjcnie court of the United States, was nominated today for the nrcsidencv bv the Reoubllcan na tlonal convention. Charles Warren Fairbanks. of Indiana, elected vice president with Theodore Roosevelt In 1904. again was chosen for second place on the Republican ticket. Both nominations, made by overwhelming majorities on the first ballot of the day?the third ballot of the convention?were by acclamation made unanimous. Ballot in Figures. Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, presented by Colonel Roosevelt, as a cotnpromise candidate, received seven votes. Colonel Roosevelt himself received 18 1-2 scattered over twelve states. The nominating bAllot showed this count: Hughes 9 49 1-2; Roosevelt, 18 1-2; Lodge 7; LaFollette 3; Du pont 5; Weeks 3; absent 1.?Total 987. Despite the fact that Frank H. Hitchcock, leatlo* of the Hughes supporters. let t' bo known while the presidential balloting was In progress that the Hughes men wanted burton for second place. Ohio withdrew burton's namo leaving the Held to Mr. Fairbanks and former Senator Burkett, of Nebraska. Ballot for Vice **rwddent. The ballot for vice president showed this count: Fairbanks 863; . Burkett 108; Borah 8; Burton 1; absent, scattering and not voting 7.? Total 987. Mr. Hughes will be notified of his nomination officially at a date to be fixed later by a committee headed by Senator Warron G. Harding, of Ohio, chairman of the convention. Mr. Fairbanks will be notified by a' commit too headed by Senator William E. Borah, of Idaho. At 2:01 p. ra. the convention ad-! (Continued on pag?? 6, first section.)' with sound protective principles, dence and to maintain American conserve the just interests of lal patriotism and national strength justice. In preventing, as we it monopolistic practices, we must s dations of honest business. "Particularly should we seek We must not throttle American rather promote it and take pride Must Take Up i "We must take up the seriou interstate and foreign commerce ner, and provide an enduring basil use of the constitutional powers protect the public on the one hand essential instrumentalities of pro T stand for the principles c ery department of government t sisted upon. For ail laws and pri and impartial administration. "1 cannot within the limits < the subjects that will require at fully endorse the platform you hi Appreciates P "I deeply appreciate the resj have been glad to have that res; but I shall undertake to meet it, express. I sincerely trust that al gotten and that we may have unit of our national need and opportun "1 haw resigned by judicial myself unreservedly to the camps (Signed) TAP ? Ol ? THE BAT PRESEN1 * WW HI "I CANNO ROOSR RECOUNT OF STATE VOTE TO BE TAKEN And the Final Result of That on Governorship May Not Be Known for Some Time. '((I A?aOC??TIP Mllll WHEELING. June 10. ?With unofficial returns In fiom eveiy county of the state excepting Wyoming and Nicholas and with conservative estimates from these. Judge Ira K. llobinson, of Taylor county, bar been ; nominated by the Republicans for 1 the governorship by a majority of at leant 699. For United State* senator the same counties give Congressmannt-Large Sutherland, of Usndolplt county, a plurality of 3,006 over William F. Hite, of Huntington, and the -omlnation of the Klklus man Is now concoded. Both for the governorship and the Senate, recounts have be??n demanded In a number of counties and these will probably extend to every county with the; result that the flnal result for the governorship will be a matter of more or less uncertainty for several days to come. The totals for the entire state follow: United States Senate?Hite 27,529, Kosenbloom 12.245. Sutherland 30,545. White 20.575; Sutherland's plurality 3.006. Governor?Robinson 52.375, Lilly 51,676; Robinson's majority 699. The results of the remainder of the Republican state tick*" with the vote of some eight or ten counties missing on these contests are as follows: Secretary of state?Henning 20.768. King 25.466, Young 29.819; Young's plurality 4.354. Young Is certainly nominated. Auditor?Dam 28.090. Lone 27. 27 8, Moors 20.761; Darst's plurality 812. This contest remains In doubt. State treasurer?Johnson 28,122. Kittle 16,706. Swnarlngon 10,028, Yost 16.805; Johnson's plurality 11,416. Johnaon ta surely nominated. Attorney teeners!?England 28,460, Rider 18,500, Stathers 20,136, Whit ten 13,050; England's plurality 8.325. England la probably nominated. State superintendent of schools? (Continued on page 6. first section.) to insure our economic indepeni standards of living. We must bor, realizing that in democracy must be rooted in even-handed lust, unjust discriminations and till be zealous to assure the foun; the expansion of foreign trade, enterprise here or abroad, but in honorable achievements. serious Problems is problems of transportation, of [ , in a sensible and candid marr s for prosperity by the intelligent of Congress, so as adequately to. I and on the other to conserve the gress. if our civil service laws. In cvhe highest efficiency must be in3grams are vain without efficient [ of this statement speak upon all .tention. I can only say that I ave adopted. lespcnsibHity jonsibility you impose. I should ponsibility placed upon another,! grateful for the confidence you II former differences may be fored effort in a patriotic realisation Ity. office and I am ready to devote "CHARLES E. HUGHES." 4DS JR 1 TLECRY r PRESIDB Mm T ACCEP VELT WI 11EKES PICTURE TAKE WHEN HE MADE SPE ; ' I Justice Hughe* presenting flag to i This picture of Justice Charles E He made his speech on Americanism publican national convention. He is two members of the graduating class highest averages for Ihe year's studi ROOSEVELT THE DOOI For an Eventual Withdrawal of the Third Ticket if Hughes's Position Suits. m* AtsociAvao CHICAGO. Jon* 10?The Republican national convention today nominated Charles Rvans Hughes. of New York, and Charlea W. Fairbunk*. of Indiana, as ehe candidates of thoir party for president and vice president. Almont at the same moment, Theodore Roosevelt was nominated by the national Proaresslve convention, nnd later In the day John M. Parker, of Louisiana, was named as hit running mate. The Republican nomination required a ballot, the third of the convention. while the Progressive nomination was made by acclamation. Mr. Roosevelt's provisional declination to accept tho Progressive nomination is believed by the politIfaltv wise to leave the door *1ar If not aide open, for oventual with-' drawal of the third ticket. In tho| eront Mr. Hughei'a poaltlon on what the Progreaalvea feel to be the vital j laauea of the campaign meet their approval. To Ihla extent at leaat the loader* In both partlea feel that the | efforta at harmony, even If not directly fruitful of reaulta. may yet be reallxed. DIVIDENDS DECLARED. lav ?*eociA*?o raraai INDEPENDENCE. Kan.. June 10 ?The Prairie Oil and Oaa Company today daclared a regular dividend of 13 a ahare with an additional apodal dividend of 13 a ahare. The Pralrlei Pipe Line Company deelared a quarterly dividend or 19 a ahare with an additional dividend of 35 a ahare. MANY SHIPS srXK. ?v IMKIiriB - #' BERLIN. June 10.?(By wlreleaa to 8ayvlll*)?A atatement from the German admiralty dated Juno 9 aa.va that In May flfty-*U veaaela tying the flag of the entente natlona with an aggregate tonnage oI HI.100 tena yere auak by German and AuetroHungarlane by aubtuarlne* and mlnaa , ^^____________ FIR *IGI OF REPUl OTIAL G SHESS T AT THK RES BULI N OF JUDGE HUGHES IECH ON AMERICANISM pun _ir member* of girls' graduating class. L Hughe* wan taken on tho day when ju*t before the opening of tho Reneen presenting an American flag to of a girls' seminary who received the e*. I LEAVES I. WIDE OPEN 1 RUSSIANS Continue to Follow Up Their Victims and Are Pushing Their Lines. ( V .MWMTII ... . ? PETROORAD, J una 10.?The Rue- I ftlann arc continuing to follow up ' their victories and have poshed tbelr , Unas still further Into Auatrlan terrl- , tory In two Important aoctlona, that i of Lntak and that between Bucxaex 1 and Potok. , Many German prlaonera are among those taken In the last two days' ; lighting. Prom this was learned that , the Germans had sent several dlvts. i Ions further north. , The central powers losses are estl- < mated here at from 1S0.000 to >00,- ' 000, probably a record for a week's lighting on any front during the entire war. ELIHU ROOT Is Much Pleased with Nomination of Justice Hughes for Presidency. , ( r uhcuiii .* ?< 1 OTICA, N. Y.. June 10.?Ellhu i Root. commenting tonight on the ' nomination ot Mr. Hughea said: "It ' lm plain that Mr. Hughea hae been , nominated because a great maaa of the rank and file ol the Republican | party?the constituents of the delegate#?considered him the beat man ] and wanted htm (or their candidate. He la able, experienced, courageous, i high minded and American to the core. He will be loyal to the plat- | form upon whloh he has been noml- i nated 1 am confident that he will i be elected and will be a president ot I high quality." , ______ M j -ITS JLICANS \MPAIGN TAMDS > TIME," MOOSE Hughes Must First Satisfy Progressives His Election WiH Be Best for Country. MAY AID THE REPUBLICANS Governor Hiram Johnson Refuses to Let His Name Go before Convention. ! ? AtMCUTMl ? > AUDITORIUM HALL, Chicago, June 10.?Theodore Roosevelt wu nominated today by the Progressives utter tour days ot uproar and tumult In which the delegates never wavered . In allegiance or cast a passing glance upon another man. and a tew hours later llsteued without protest to a message froin Oyster Ray that ho ii would not "accept at this tlmo." TBa convention ndjourned at 4:58 p. m. Colonel Housewelt's declination was I conditional and It was placed In. the hands of the Progressive national committee to be held until <ych "no as statements to be made By Jtistlcr Hughes, the nominee of the Republican party, "shall satisfy the committee that It Is for the best Interest of the country that he be elected." ' May Name Another. In the cvont the commlttoq shall be satisfied that aid should be given I to the Republican party In Its fight . I against the party now In powsr. Colunel Ituoscvult's refusal to malco a fejji campaign Is to be considered flnal. It wilt then be authorised for the rep- J resentatlves of Ibn Progressive party to say whether tbey will endorse the position taken by Mr. Iloosevelt or whether they will namo another to light for their party prlnelples. Captain John M. Parker, of Loulsluna, was nominated for viae pretl-'ia I ilent, the selection being by occlarasi Ion. Colonel Itoosevelt's running mate four years ago. Governor Hiram Johnson, of California, refused tO'lttfl his namo be placed before the oon- e vonllon because of tho Information he had concerning the Intentions of Colonel Roosevelt toward his nomination. Several other names and notably that of Raymond Roblna, who was both temporary and permanent chairman of the convention, were offared but not seeondod. I'rlor to reading the message from Oyster Bay, some minutes were consumed In drawing from delegates and party supporters the nsual sinews of war In the form of voluntary financial contributions. i "vfl Teat of Teddy's Answer. Colonel Roosevelt's answer to the Progressive convention follows: "To the Progressive Convention: "I am very grateful for the honor you confer upon me by nominating me for president. I rannot accept It at this time. I do not know the attitude of the candidate of tho Republican party toward the vital question! of the day. Therefore, If,'you desire an Immediate decision, I most decline the nomination. But If yon prefer It 1 suggest that my conditional refusal to run he pieced In the heads of the Progressive national committee. If Mr. Hughes's statements when he makAs them shall satiety the eommltIM thai I* la Ka. a# ountry that he be elsctad. they can ict accordingly and treat my refusal J (Continued on page 6. drat section.) RECOUNT Df the Wood County Vote is Sought by Lilly, Defeated Candidate. * Mwrtttei en, PARJKERSnrilO. June 10?CounEBl (or A. A. Lilly. Republican raadlBto (or the nomh 'Ion fur gorarn>r,. filed a moUon before the county onrt this afternoon for a recount of rotes In Wood county ror the gorirnorahlp. Oracle! returns from the primary >n Tuesday shoved that Judge Ira 5. Robinson, Mr. Lilly's opponent, ranted this county by a majority of 101. A written objection was filed >y attorneys (or Judre Robinson which took the ground that the county canvassing board completed Its work.- adjourned and has no power to rrant the motion. Tbn court took :ho matter under consideration, it la understood that similar motlona will be filed la Wirt. Pleasant. Rltohta and Wstssl counUea.