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1 ^ PAGES g^Y%'|*'^Vr THE WEATHER j ^ ^ Fair ThtirWay; FrMay Rain ar Emmm. VOLUME L)L, NO. 174 WHEELING, W. VA.tTHURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1912. PRICE TWO CENTS < The Devil Is Always the First One In When the Chureh Bell Tolls - --_ SUNDAY HANDS IT OUT TO FOUR-FLUSHERS “Vbiting Ministers Will Have to Take Their Chances With Other Sinners,” the Evangelist Announced. "Let Your Light So Shine Be fore Men That They Will See Your Good Works,” the Text of Afternoon Sermon. Prom the great coal region of East. _, «ro Ohio, whore mines furnish the fuel Ui.it operates the great industries of this section and gives power U the Iron monsters that thunder from ■oas? to coast, six hundred miners tourneyed to Wheeling last evening to attend tho Sunday services at the tab •made. These men who toll in the bowels of the earth where the sur never sheds its rays took deep Inter ••t In the meeting, and they sent theit quota “down tho sawdust trail." These miners were the employes of the Lorain Coal A Dock Company ».nd were conveyed to the tabernacle in special cars over tho Wheelin' Traction Company lines. Each mar wore a tag with the name of the coa .-oinbiuc printed on It. Another mammoth delegation was IA WINE FOR TAFT Sevan hundred and fifty members ol • he Masonic order, as individuals marched from the Y. M. C. A. to th* tabernacle, where reservation had l een marie for (hem. Of this number than* were about five hundred Mason; from this city, white the others cam< from Moundsvllle. McMecben. Ben wood. Martins Ferry. Bridgeport and 'Veilrburg. Both the miners and tht Masons were given an ovation wbet Mr.-Iludeheaver asked them to stand PAID HIS COMPLIMENTS TO THE INFIDEL: During both sermons yesterday Rev Mr. Sunday paid liis compliments tc the inOdcl and the hypocrites, and thr lung uripe he used drew applause from the congregation. The famous evan kc'Isi seemed to have fully recoverec his health and his voice was very strong. He bitterly attacked the turf ex changes, laying that the horse game was the worst robbery in existence "If I was mayor of Wheeling I would close ’bo turf exchange In fifteen min utes,” Mr. Sunday said. "There are people In Wheeling wht could not have any longer faces I Jesus Christ was In the morgue. Ant when they do laugh, they do It It such a manner that you are gia< when they btop." the evangelist said In speaking of certain church people SATURDAY'S PARADE ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE. Before the services opened las evening l ev, Sir. Fields made an an nouncement of the mimmo'h paradi that will Le held on Saturday after noon. He stated that the Canton pa rad» was t large one. but the one ti he held Saturday would make It seen a small one. All the schools of Martins Ferrv Bridgeport, Sbadyalde. and othe: Dhin ma ns «a t 11 meet loss .w TARIFF NEEDED WORKMEN SAY PROTEST TO SENATE AGAINST STEEL BILL Thousand Men at Clarksburg Employed in Mills Want Schedule Tinkering Stepped. - I _I i _ WEIRTON TIN WORKERS SAY TARIFF IS NEEDED. - t WASHINGTON". P C. March I 13.— Protest* against the L'n- ] derwood bill for the revision of ' ' the tariff, which comes to a I ’ I ! vote on Thursday, are coming ] from organizations all over J | 1 the country. I-abor Is stoutly j , j declaring the tariff Is needed. 1 Among organizations filing pro- I I tests are employe* of (he Phil- j lips Sheet * Tin Plate Co.. at ; i Wierton. W. Va , Steubenville. . | O . IXMlge No. 25. of the A. A. j .j of IS* T W. employes of | the Ma**illon. O. Rolling Mills I , Company and other*. --r CO-OPERATIVE SALE DRAWING OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS FLOCKING TO STORES Find Bargains Galore Offered by Enterprising Merchants of Wheeling. The Intelligencer* big Co-Operative Fare Refunding Sale la bringing more out-of-town shoppers to Wheeling stores every day. The sale is prov ing immensely popular. Bargains are offered In all the stores co-operating In this aale, and In addition to the re ductions the shoppers get their rail way fare refunded when they present their slips from the various stores at the Intelligencer office, showing a certain amount has been purchased. The sale continues until Saturday and 'he sale Saturday Is expected to break all record* in Wheeling stores. The merchants participating In tbs sale are: OKO. B. TATLOB CO Dry Ooode. OSO BB. IBOOK OO'I Department Stars. ABBXAWDSB k CO.. Shoe Star* OSO B JOKKI CO.. USIN' Beady-to Wear. X B. k If.. Shoe Store. KBABI (BOB. Clothing D. onxuttxo CO . Clothing. TBX TASSIOB. Moan Batn and Tut. ROOSEVELT BROKE FAITH PROMISED LA FOLLETTE THAT HE WOULDN'T RUN. _S Wisconsin Man to Reveal Treach ery of Colonel in His North Dakota Address. WASHINGTON. March 13—Stum i to the quick by the treachery of tot Roosevelt who broke faith with hin he declares. Sen l.a Kollette leti Washington to-day for North Dakota where he will tell of the affair. Sen I-« Kollette slated he had an expltct promise from Roosevelt, sent to hut hy Gifford Ptnrl- that he would noi he a candidate for president ant would support l.a Kollette. 1 his mes -age was delivered at a conference he fore la KMIette became a candtdat and was attended by Medtll Met or mirk. Pol. John Hannan, Walter Nau ser and Plnrhot t'pon this assnranct La Kollette says he entered the race Krom now on the Senator declarei It will be war to the knife, and th« fact has been further heightened bj the determination of Roosevelt ti stump North Dakota, la Kollette de claree the men who advised htm t< enter the rare have turned agatnsi him and are now supporting Rooseveli MalMmore and Ohio depot The pupil of tbe schools of McMecben. lien woo. and Moundaville, will meet at 13th eaat of fbapline The scholars fron • Harsnod, and other ap-rlrer loss and on the Island, will meet on 13th eaat of Chaplin* In all probabilities there will h two band* In the parade The school of Wheeling will have one band an* the acboola on the Ohio side are not completing arrangements to hrtng i hand with ‘hem It will he one of tip largest demonstrations ever wit iwi -d In Wheeling NEARLY THREE THOUSAND CONVERTS UP TO OATE There w«i a marked falling off It the number of converts last evening Hwt P* "htt the trail” which !• th' flrwt time that the ntimber haa ev« 'alien below the hundred mark Thi hflnga the total number to am 'hw 1A.ARP mark predicted hr Mr Oill •III hardly he res* bed as fh> ram pw‘gw In now rapidly drawing to i clone Today grayer mee. **■• wilt he heh nt tae firm ffreatoter an ghufeh be tweew the hours of 11 So and 1! Ill At the T W C A . nf • «w> „ ,i^g , meeting for the gtrla employed In fh< ho mee •||| he held Itr.’h me",, •111 he coed uc< erf hy Mlae Millet Mins ante win coed td Her itlhle, taw rCoetteeea en ■ VWth , (Special fa lb# tnti|l<i*nr*r. > T'XARKSWR*;., W. V*. March 1J i —Ona ihfwiaunrt of the local I plant of the Phillips Sheet and Tin r Plate company have aimed and for , 1 warded a pcition to Senator Boise i Penroae, chairman of the finance com mittee of the t'nited Slate* Senate, asking that he use hi* (nod office* again** the pa-»ag«* of the I'ndemood (tariff law in the senate They state In the petition that *urh a law would 1 greatly reduce wage* and their stand aru of living a* a ron**t|u*nca of * which strike* and lock-out# would he probable and le-*ides they aaaert that ■ such a m»a* ire enacted would sur I render a large part of the tin plate trade In America to foreign manufac turer*!-* It la aisled her* that prar i firstly all *he independ- et tin plate mills la th* country have sent similar I petition* Til eiATgii vimiorog Berea IS.—r - .n Psr Warn Virginia sag Ohls—Pam ea ▼hwrndsy. Pride* nil *v anew Toe Wsaders Paassyteaal*. ran os , Tt Wtlar. reinsy anow ta sorts rots or aianiaf ■. 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March 13—I niter Ht»»e« Senator Robert M Idt Kolleft* In bta campaign pliitform given on here todav declared among othei thing* hi* belief in the initiative, ref erendum and reeall and direct nottti nation*, government ownemhip *n< nperatlon of e\pre*« compante*. an in i ome and Inheritance i«g. the parcen po»t. and a rommi-ton to control bli ' orporatlonn and place a valuation 01 Ihetr proper! i*» He oppoee* »htp »gh*idv dollar dl P Inman. a bigger ngvf, the Mur tel carrency plan and t'anaduin reel prorlfy ! GRACE DYING TH«< W ff It ArtvMd InHicttMf ATI.A.M A, HarHi fj I. r^fw II *#rt* s, fltr y^nUi |Mtl tr Ni» «m bM «i hU twm* *M • HvvdB# • If# Mrt 11* my Ort^p. la K#M If* Ih* • »h«h > jai< f'«f fit*- •!»«**♦ lr*c pbbM r.taiFf «« - t« ht« Mmci^-imb aa^iPti I ♦«» fiifh* THRE CHED <>•1.’ MIlU. P » . March ll Three negro— have beep lin'd— hi a ptofc n—r mu, p i' Th»i *ee emwd of salting fire fei * hot—* p 1 »dar nbare ro«Mt» three bate heel I neieeai free *u|>p—'d le he hue* I the. vnaowg roiiMin «fiL*P at one rro ■ Ppedal In*—IcH |a> fit* I*l*|Iigencep • »R*m.N W Va. Marcfi ll. Thu .evening a* unhnenn foreigner •** r»v dent* hr a freig* t train in the we*I *e>c «f M a «> gar— «n4 Inatantlg hill eg Ine(Ire M'<nr— dec|.led an u—tteai iHUiereMarr *nd rbe t>*dg naa taken u P*rl— and Nartlett, omtertahar*. ant i prepared for kurlal. PROSPERITY FOR 5,000 WINDOW 6U» MIA *»tT X* m < FAT R4|>C I ormal \MnwirfmnM of New *■«» Acmuml Marfa frog) IVt-hwrirti Ijrf Nicfct. •■■noil HUH Marrh |J n». , ' ovtaa4 hanrf modem tinea « • •» 'tat'arad la feetorla. tbroogh ' r Kanaaa, Indiana. Wilt, f’annafi ' .id W«*t Vtrgif. t. Mu ra «4»<r* -.'/‘lea tint beginning tfaren I", I • a:* • *«•* aiwi'f b* ln> rana*.| an ••^a of U a*r non* ail teanrha* a J»a Ird'M'rjr being nffacfri Thin Mdat »aa raar|ed at a tonfarenea •a**"** tba eon.mitten of »hn *a tosa 'Window Oinaa Workara and • ja in mu tan mvanaating ttia moo it n fcfWWI hald la r Van a land Mamb « and 7 If Pill nr mam In aParl qatll May n. a baa aanthar a-l)itata»nnf ta *1 partad Por at'ti ■ Ha * Ha band a indna r'aaa 'rad» ha» baan bordariap on da-mnral llama Wapan arm fnrrad an Ina b» >ba aalllna pa Ira nf a Indn* pinna fhaf many abillad • nrfeman warn faff ad fo aapb am ploy man) In nfhar llaaa of Indtjatrr Manama* *anara pan •rally faar-d tnaf wuH tha appmarh of ram mar tha, vonM ha nnahla to *11 »ha|r ahopa nl'h nfhrtant labor, and tha adtanra aaa da» Idad upon •haa »ha pmpnalfInn of fha anrkara, 'hi mph thair praaldrnt, Jrtaaph M Xaaaaa, aaa prnaantad If aaa afatad hr fhn manufat itimra today that fhara will ha no Immadlata adtirana |a tha prtra of wlndon plana, althnuph ttfia may ha aipm tad aa fha building aaaaoa ad'antaa TAFT HAS 125 DELEGATES TENNESSEE ADDS TWO MORE TO TAFT COLUMN Fourth Congressional District Convention Lines Up Solid For President. _ / Taft Men to Fight to Last Ditch In the Oklahoma State Convention. VASHVILLE Tens.. March 13.— The Republican Convention of the Fourth Congressional District at Leb anon, today, instructed for Taft, Del egates W. A. Smith, of I^fayette, and George T. Renfro, of Croaavllle. The delegates named today brings the Taft total up to 125. all of whom are Instructed for the President save seven. These' seven are known to favor Taft. Cummlna has 2 delegates so far and Roosevelt one. 539 dele gates are necessary to nominate. TAFT FORCES READY FOR FIGHT IN OKLAHOMA GUTHRIE Okla., March 13—That Roosevelt supporters will control the State Republican convention which will meet here tomorrow, was admit ted by leaders of the Taft forces, to night. Roosevelt adherents will send a solid delegation of ten to the Chica go convention and answering this the Taft Republicans say they will "fight to the last ditch.” A request by Federal Judge John R. Cotteral. that Charles E. Hunter re sign as Fcdeval District Clerk here, because of alleged "activity In poli tics." and Hunter's reply that Cot teral would have to "fire him. has created considerable stir In political i circles. Hunter is president of the National Rough Riders Association. TAFT IS ENDORSED ■Y KAN8A8 DISTRICTS TOPEKA. Kas., March 13.—Repub lican congressional committees in four Kansas districts held meetings i today approved the convention plan jof selecting delegates and adopted : resolutions endorsing the administra I lion of President Taft. The First, iTnlrd and Seventh districts were con l trolled by Taft men. The Second dls j trict committee favored primaries in ■ the various counties. I Charging that Taft appointees are using "thoroughly disreputable” meth ods to defeat a presidential primary In Kansas, Governor W. R. Stubbs sent a telegram to President Taft tonight asking him if he approved such methods. w. vTrIvers \ WILL BE CARED FOR ON SAME BASIS AS LAST YEAT. Compromise Between Senate and House Bills Is Reached at Capitol. Sp» rial l>l»patch lo !!»• In ielll*r n.wr, WASHINGTON, II. C.. March 13.— The treasury department notified the senate today that the appended suras have been expended upon the rivers of West Virginia since November 1st. when it commenced outlining Its policy of federal aid to Inland water 1 way improvements. Upon this pro portion will the Joint rivers and bar 1 bora appropriation finally go to the president. The same scale will serve as a basis on this year's approprka tons for West Virginia as previously characterised the state's appropria Hon* This derision was reached today and will serve a* a compromise he ,I tween the house and senate measures If la understood that President Taft agreed to sign the measure If the old i scale would serve aa a basis. Tbs amount* are: Hnckhannon river. IS.Kon; Cheat river. $l2.tt»4I4: Klk river. 130.269 12. Hanley river. Il4.7tl.nj;. Orest Kana wha river. 34.267.943 It; Ouyandotte ; river. I2*-. 499 20 Little Kanawha river. 342S.61*. Mnnnngahela river In Weat Virginia. fl.617.M4 .30. Shenan dosh river. I1.479AI. The exact appropriations for New river and the Ohio which benefited West Virginia have not been aecer ( talneu GOV. GLASSCOCK i DECEIVING T. R. Kx 4 iurmwM Munpe at House Says State U AH for Wrl H. Taft. — was 4SSOLB ^IM^mwtaos. i tkn et mw r.lsMoel Is deretvtwg Cetewel Ronaevelt tw le png him that the matatnt t at Weat Vlrgtata Repth 1 'leans see I nr *he Colonel ' said for mer r nngreaaman Margie* who aaa .al tb- White Moeee today bet did Wn4 see Mr Taft Me derlared that Taft aotild get Weal Virginia s alt leea delegate* al < krarn and that ’ "T R “ wilt shotdty e«pertewre the greateat political humiliation nf bis cares •, OOVCRMOR TO COWflR ij WITH f C NATOS DIXON S|*e^ 1st fnevetrh Vo tha Intelligencer CM 4 RI.EHTON W Va . March 13 Gov amor tilaaarorh a ad Hnuatnn n Toting, secratary of I the Ronaevelt State committee, left thla evening for Washington for conferee re with Chairman I Mi«n and members of tha na tional Ronaevelt committee. Express Messenger Kills j Two Texas Train Bandits AERIAL WRECK Collkhm Between German N Air ships Results is Injury of Passenger. Berlin, March 13.—A collision oc curred today between two aeroplanes flying around the aerodrome at Johan nlsthal. the machine driven by Bchade. who was carylng a passenger named Radowskl, striking violently another aeroplane driven by Rottlnger. Both the aeroplanes were smashed and fell (o the ground, the passenger being in jured. while the two airmen escaped unhurt. SEONDREtfS FOUND GUILTY !• - WORKED CLEVER RUSK AND SAVED VALUABLRB Huvy Mallet FloUicd One Rob ber, Then Killed Second With Pad’s Revolver. Powe Scouring PUm for Third Bandit Who Figured in South ern Pacific Hold op SAN ANTONIO. Tex, March IX.— Employing the simplest sort of nils, a Wells Fargo Express messenger j with nerve a-plenty, who knew how to deliver a swift, terrible blow, balked the robbery of a Southern Paclflo train early today by killing two of the highwaymen. The hold-up was staged near the Mexican border on the east ern edge of the “Big Bend" country of Texas. For miles through the lone stretches of rolling prairie only scat tered ranch houses relieve the land scape's monotony. The point where the train, number nine, west-bound, waa halted Is several ml lea west of Sanderson. In Terrell county. David A. Trousdale, an express messenger, recently promoted to his ran from the | ACCEPTED A BRIBE, DECLARES THE JURY Second Conviction in Ohio Legis lature Scandal of Over a Year Ago. Sentence Deferred. While Ar rangements Are Made to Try Senator Hoffman Next. Columbus. O., March 13.—"Guilty as charged In the Indictment" was the substance of the verdict returned this evening by a Jury in the case of Sen ator I-a Forest H. Andrews, of Iron ton. charged with having accepted s bribe of |200 in connection with an insurance bill. Court Room In Tears. The scene which followed the read I Ing of the Jury's verdict was dramatic. 1 almoit tragic. Senator Andrews, who | was apparently hoping for a favorable j verdict, practically collapsed. Mrs. : Andrews gave expression to her grief ) in unrestrained shrieks, while the |aged 1sthe> arf-fhe tmvlettf legislator j and the son-i of the iatt«r wept bit p terly. Within » moment or so the 1 entire court room was practically In tears. Many men. Including attorneys of bo'h sides, court.attaches and doz ens of spectators sobbed outright. It was some minutes before order was restored. Senator Andrews was Indicted along with a dozen other atate legislators and attaches more than a year ago and his trial and conviction followed close i ly after final disposition of the case ! of Rodnev J. niegie, former aenate ser geant-at-arms. who recently began s . sentence of three years upon convic onii nuiunrj ouicn oi in* exyren company, prevented the robbery. One I of the robber*, who held Trousdale i at the point of a rifle In a corner, waa ransacking the express car. ‘Tn> not going to scrap with you •II." remarked Trousdale aa he con versed with the bandit. “I’m not get ting fighting wages.” Simple Ruse. "Oh, all right.” replied the bandit. "Then you fellows will have to help us get his stuff across the Rio Grande.” “Why don't you pick up that pack I age*” casually Inquired Trousdale, aa ; he- kicked at a small box In the floor ' of the cat. "It's worth more than all ■ the stuff you've got." j The robber stoc.ped, deceived by the ! ruse, to pick \ip the package. Trous | dale grasped a heavy mallet and ■ struck. The bandit received the blow i full on the head. He fell over dead. There was no alarming outcry. Trousdale picked up the dead rob ber's gun and waited. Meanwhile the ' seeend of the bandits bad been work ing on the car ahead. When he oom : pitted his Job be hurried back to tbs express car. As bis form loomed Into the door ' way the express messenger fired. The ■ bandit tumbled to the *rrrund d•»-»-* The bodies of the robbers were put I Into a baggage car and me train pro i ceeded. The bandits boarded the express st i Dryden, soon after midnight. Swing ing onto the engine, they covered the driver. Grosh. with guns and ordered him to proceed until they told him to stop. Ten miles west of Dryden. they ! gave the signal for a halt. The con I doctor of the express, alarmed by the I frequent stops sent a negro porter ahead to Inquire about the trouble. Ifion or navmg abetted the bribery or Andrew*. It la expected that th» trial of Ex I Senator Huffman, of Butler county, alto chanced with having accepted a bribe, will be entered upon next Tuem i flay | following the Hoffman caae the In dictment against Senator Cetone, of I'ytnn. on a similar charge will bo taken up. Sentence In the Andrew* rase *ti | deferred. 1,000 KILLED Italian* Slaughter Arab* in Tripoli. Wounded Will Number * Thousand Mors. P.EKCHA7.I. Tripolitan!*, March 13. J - - Mor- than one thousand Arabs were killed snd another thousand ■ wounded, according to Italian advices. In the course of one of the sttffest ■ encounter* of the war when the Ital ian* yaaferday stormed and occupied two hnae* situated to the northeast of fojat. whleh were stronglp en trenched snd held hy a large force of Arabs The Italian loss *t« SI dead and m Injured HONOR LOCAL MAN W. F *• Tiiliril If to? HomiAWMim. %* V*. -irrl it,— M r Ifplfil* Wh#*l|M W H«« Mil* •-•HI v** >»w<pn| • t k* i«r*l Hpr4lffa mm Hi fk« Mi^fi Mr HHaliHl hmm fH«* hr*i irM# f«*r *lm«t furir *r ♦ tk#f fnM (M« MrfKM M 0*~w «H«*r ipffMttHi MnmI till rtf •*t* pfMHl l n* negro was prorapnj cvtvtvu w»g»« : a rifle. Then the conductor crept up 1 to the engine. Immediately he took In the situation Before the robbers i could Ore upon him he hastened back nnd down the track. Walking sever ; al miles, he stopped a freight train and gave the alarm over the wire* to : Sanderson. Search For Third Bandit. Meanwhile the robbers were putting | their plans for ransacking the express and mall cars Into execution. Tonight the sheriff of Terrell county i i» «earcblng for a third member of the ' band supposed to have been posted ! near the hold-up scene with horses, i Near the point where the train was 1 stopped, tracks of horses were found I teedlng to the border It Is preen mod the robbers, had they succeeded would have made tor Mexico. The bodies of the hondlts have aot I teen Identified They are Americana. Whatever the robber* took from the mall ear was recovered Trousdale to a native of Tennessee. He came to Ban Antonio several years ago. and until a few seeks amo. wan . mployed In the offices of the Welle Fargo company here He la 32 years old TNVIMG TO BRIAN LONG BALLOON RCCORO * FAN ANTONI* Tessa. March It.— l I H Wade. <*( • 'leerlead left left a* T II Frtnrl le-etaM Hi hie hal ! Inna. 'The Heeheye." In ea effort >e l.t ewk the trwrtds Hs« die**wee mo wed The Laitewa lenh a awvvhertr i * ueree age. iwl . - seat->• te «he ls*» iHasafV HirTritfVIUdt W Vs. Mart-* tfi — • sane* T Men far the ae*N ftva ywam n a u "■»>" Weeps*cV*ee aaw aeaat hem. • •• -1— Ml M *Mp MonHBf a Sea pwMee fcrwlte Hvta Ha I iwsa *Ns . he fatted fa ttpie* far Set* Man dta , - see ni the rnsav $ 4 1 t