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16 ^jghc MKcclinc^ JnfeUijgmca: | .™T"ER •VOLUME LX., NO. 247 . WHEELING W v a pr i n a v . n m n Z T7T7T ---——S - ■■ W. VA., b R I D A' , JUNE 7, 1912. _PRICE TWO CENTj Majority of Delegates From 35 States for Taft says McKinley at Chicago; DIXON DISPITES CLAIM Taft’s Manager Conceded Roose velt Delegates From But 16 States. Howell, of Nebraska. Waives Claim to Seat in National Committee for I‘resent. Declares Future Actions Will Be Governed by Progress or Roosevelt’s Fight. ■— - ' CHICAGO. June 6—The Taft and Roosevelt members of the national committee hurried to downtown hotel headquarters at the conclusion of the first formal meeting this aft ernoon and tonight went into confer ence with campaign managers and ad visers to decide plans for the begin ning of the contest hearings before the committee tomorrow hrgyrning. Taft leaders declare that the single vote taken in today's meeting, that on admission of press reporters, dis closed the line-up between Taft and Roosevelt adherents. The Roosevelt managers Insisted, however, that the vote was without significance. McKinley'* Statement. In one of two statements issued to night by Congressman McKinley, head of the Taft forces, the following appears: "Of the fifty three states and territories and district* represent ed in the Republican national con vention. this year. President Taft has the entire delegations or a major!iy of delegations from twen ty states in the north and west; ten from the south and five from the District of Columbia and ter ritories, or a total of 85 Mr Roosevelt has the delegations from fourteen stares in the north and west, and two from the south, or a total of IS. Senator Robert M latPollette has two. "In the face of this analysis of •he national delegates by states, a* they have been elected to the Chicago convention, the utter ab surdity of the claims of Mr Roose velt and his managers that they con-rol the coming convention, is apparent They will have. In fact, all the difficulty possible in man aging the so-called the Roosevelt sure Roosevelt delegates.' who al ready realise that they are being led Into a ditch. If nor Into an ac tual bolt by a lost cause ' Dixon's Claims. Cnlfed State* Senator IMson. when told of the committee action In voting for *e**ion* open to the press, stated that the derision was a victory In the committee for Col. Roosevelt In thW< connection he said ’ This Is the first time we ever had any publicity of these matters at all. and It Is the result of the d- maud made by the friends of Colonel Roosevelt ■\Ve wanted to make our fight in the open We asked for the seating of no man who. under evert rule of justlre. Is not en titled to a »ea* We were, and are w inning, for the people to know our position and the farts upon which we base our claims We were, and are. willing to vote in the open and have out vo*es re corded in the open | cannot understand how an; man wishing only to seek men When justly are entitled to a sea* should object to everyone • knowing how he votes We hats »h* Sgi-.mt'e votes to nominate RmiweteJ’ t>v a safe rnsjoepy We win ron-tnwe *o lOswastst sn Pag* Tests* I PUBLICITY TO GOV ERN HEARING OF CONTESTS First Ballot on Issue at Chlca*r» Seems to Show Committee Favors Taft. Elect Victor Rosewater Commit tee Chairman—Acopt Rules of Four Years Ago. Contests Will Be taken Up Today —Sen. Scott Sends Colorado Man Proxy. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE AT OPENING SESSION THURSDAY. Met at 2 p m. to ae^rve *.m.u Nns»water. of Nebraska. chairman of the commute--. *° ■#rv* until National convention ends. i>li 1?* ,ak* up 'Riestlon of seating R. R Howell, of Nebraska or tlon* N on*‘ c®mmltte*men—elected at recent primaries and ,-onvtn __ ' °*'d *• to >3 to admit to hearlnaa only representatives of five press associations, defeating motion to admit press generally trtct'conteata ^respectively!*** ““1 “ p«r •lda f,,r •"* '»ls .dh.Vr-fr“,.:l.b3l ,vlva v«« »oU motion of Rorah. of Idaho, a Roosevelt Twenty"*' '"** '* U v®,e" *t>ould require a roll call and fUed number at »„,-A-,,0.f,“'.d,r''"0,u.,i0na on death of former Chairman .John <! Mill of Adl^rnco " »/'° 1,av' died during the pa., four years A-ijonrncii at p. m until 10 a. m.. Friday. when contests will taken up alphabetically, beginning with Alabama * will h« CHICAGO. June 6,— Publicity will ! govern the Republican national com mittee t> deliberations upon the con tests for seaty In the national conven tion. This was decided without op position nt the opening session of the committee tody. In accordance with the expressed wishes of President Taft and Col. Theodore Roosevelt. The public and the newspapers will be represented by the five press asso ciations recognized by admission of their reporters to the floor of the na tional house of representatives at Washington Two men from each such press association will be permitted to be present during all deliberations an ! decisions of the committee There will be no executive sessions. Thu* declaring emphatically for publicity in all Its proceedings, the committee also elected Victor Rose water. of Omaha, permanent chair man and adopted the ruler for four >ears ago which are to govern the hearings preliminary to the National Convention, which begins Juns is. Flcat Vote Favors Taft. Opinions differ tonight as to the significance of the only vote taken during the meeting, which might be | construed as a test of strength of the I committee as between the Taft and ! Roosevelt adherents in the commit I tee The vote of IP to 13 was on the confining of the representation of the newspapers to press associations The Roosevelt people contended for a complete "removal of the lid." The roll call showed the success of Ms ! Hart's motion.' The is »ho supported Mr Kellogg's substitute were ; T. Coleman du Pont. Delaware; WII lism K Rorah., Idaho who also voted the proxy of George \ Knight, of ! California; A R Rurnham, Kentucky; Pearl Wight. I.»utsana. Prank B Kel logg. Minnesota; William I,. Ward. New York. John G Capers. Koutti Carolina, Thomaa Thorson. South Da kota. Cecil Alyon. Texaa; C F. lavose. I'tah; Alfred T Rogers. Wisconsin, and J Callan Oljtughlln. who held the proxy of Sidney Richer, of the District of Columbia The only vote of a aignifleant char acter was on the proposal of Senator Rorah that eight members should he mfllclent to order roll call This was defeated, and the old rule providing for twenty for this purpose was re enacted Taft for Publicity. Th<- Taft adherents did not object to the widest publicity, but argued that the committee did not have fa cilities for admitting all. and urged that, while no part of the rommirtee'a session should he practically exmu tue. stenographic reports should be given to the press if was (minted out hy Representative William Hay wood. In announcing results that there were not an sugaewtmns from anyone that anv part of the- future pro reedltigs should be kept t« re' »n the ton'rarv. h- declared -hat the commit would aswlat ;n glt-ng the eldest A plan to r ,e out dallv a «aaui raph c report of the proceeding* estee tip through the adnpime of a (Mlnsf sw Twelfth rtfs) RECOGNITION OF REBELS M Mr.Xlf x\ ft)V*«KNH MO <MKI\ TXKK I1.X* f. Iirm'i KraM \nm « H»Miw KWimw Mu Hr>«r \w »*pr m IjM tmihi «»*' * «*(*« >«*.. < fan»m r»i.B hb a »>b« • •‘•a* ■■ •» *v* ■»**»» na »*•• BaMar k 4nx MB’Ba. b ■ » •• ••* «mi TV« mW •m*' bM 'W iW win '» IB HB< aaa Ml <k> MWM "B* *b4 aa>| '*» B » «• f%» TW I BM *W BM Bsb a 'Mb a a* ««■ b» »». rMaaa una v* u na|a. aa4 a •Hf >*t' *n H In linn H'tfc ■ iMnn *»*4 **» .^Icina.Ml ,a miw «*» '»>•• If 1 KnNK H#4l HI t«rS • <*■ ' Mf I 1 * M|» • •• inHtir *•• * ‘ Hi »i ilHn» it# |»H i V»#,#ai<i, # - T> -,. r* » 1 ft *- I R#Una »*• *••»•«*. Mm *• ••• #MMMM« Im4m Itol '•■■■• knr> •# I-nrMH ' ** WtHari < # '•* *•»» ♦ taHHHM H #H Hiai ~4 » • fM » i»m *-»« «##. - «*HH • M* *■*»' *• rkM* l« KM#» f|#| - • -nr.» Hi mmrnA '*• *• HhI# tM #M MMn TEMPUS FUGITf /V ooesN'r see*' PQSSlBtf! NOMINATE TAFT AFTER CUMMINS j AND ROOSEVELT ; SAID TO BE PROGRAM FOR BIG CONVENTION I Likely Warren G. Harding Will Make the Nomination Address at Chicago. ! Hilles leaves for Windy City to Perfect Plans for Taft’s Fight ntere. | WASHINGTON, June C.—President [Taft's name mav not be the first to I be presented at Chicago, and the President's may not be put before [the convention until after Col. Hose j veil has been put in nomination. Ill became known that when C. O Hilles. President Taft s secretary, left for Chicago last night, he carried I with him a draft of a tenattve plan jfor the presentation of the President's j name to the convention That plan j w»s declared to be subject to altera |tton by Taft leaders now In Chicago, land. now. of course, bv Mr. Taft, him self, he finds It unsuitable before the day nominations are made Arcording to the plgn taken away by Mr Hilles, the name of Senator A. It Cummins, of Iowa, who has ten delegates from his own state, pledged, may be ihe first given the convention More Coming Forth. Alabama stands at the top of the list of sta.es on the convention roll. | Cotinting upon the Alabama delegation j as certain for Taft. His political ad | visers suggest that she should not yield | to Ohio, the President's own Mate, which would put him In nomination, but to Iowa, that might put forward the name of Its senior senator Nest In he roll of states comes Ari* sona. The TaO adherents claim Art i zona, and that state, arcording to the proved scheme, would yield to New j York. I Although the Taft leaders also claim New York by a large majority, It was inn iniif *nm*» Kons^rHr •]*•]*. «»(•• hr permitted to prmr-nt thr name I of ‘‘"l Roosevelt at thla point in the I proceed I nit* Taft Third Name. I Arkatiaaa. another atate claimed hr I hr Taft leader*, under thla plan would , 'hen y le'd to tShlo. and the name of thr f'rraldrn* he put before thr ron rrntion probably hr Warren tj liar dine, former nontenant intrrtmr of I the atate. and one of ita delegate* a larae With i iinmttu H'tot-errtt and Taft "»» of the a at Wtacaaoa all) re on l na'e I -nfollette. and the friend* of 1 1 hr prraiden • talia that la pu'tina h * name h*ti.t* the rnntrnth.n hi* tynti I “ttt ran he relied iipm to Irate mth I the mn rent ton Jtwt before the tote a denied*" Ion *f I »| Itamrull Although tb * ran aa d tou ch to i hr the I'tae ami fatnred at prramt other* bare ter* ton* 4<,H lute as* for the prraeri'atwm *f (> Taf- a MK. ■ hr Mr ilardtnc Met* re her «aad ' da-e* Another »a* hSt Mr Taft be anew n I •« >he marmrion hr Toeh Thu trtealH to mute ** 'he reraMetf * frteat»a part r,iarlr (mranar a a Mt Home top , wa. atate one reaae* >t >. rMt „ -be C' »€ a# ‘be h nor ■ » t»♦ . . ,M> •h» h»atr k*. mo »«*r,etr .».* ▼a#- »- —Tin *»•('» 0*e r* or •Ob^a Mk> *» - - i» «r«bo •mm m pr ***• I • . m-_, - *• - r-*at Steam Roller Is Used for Clark in State Convention DELEGATES-AT-LARGE ARE PLEDGED TO MISSOI RIAN i McGraw Fought Instruction in Vain, But Had H. G. Davis Named One of Big Six. Halson-Chilton Machine Ran Con vention—Name McGraw Na tional Committeeman. PARKERSBI RG, W. Vo.. June 6. " Without taking a recess the Dem ocratlc s'ate convention se'e.-te< del i egates to the national convention, nominated candidates for the su preme court, named members of the I national committee and came to a close tonight at » oclock. being con vened a* 1 o'clock this afternoon The convention was the largest ever held In the state There were 1 several exciting situations, some hard, : fought bat ties In which the steam roller was applied In the usirtl way I j to , John T McGraw, although salve was added to his wounds at ' the end of the meeting One of the unique features of the convention was the manner In which McGraw came to the rescue of ex-: l nlted Elates Senator Henry. G I Itavls in the fight for de'egate-at large. lie would no doubt have been ^defeated but for this support, which j ! was given, as was well known by • ; Pol. McGraw, in order to save his own hide. | John J. Cornwell was called to the . 'chair to preside as temporary chair man by W. <}. Bennett, chairman of the s'ate committee After calling the convention to order Alfred E 1 Kenney, secretary of ih" state com I inlttee was named temporary serre ! tary of the convention Chairman I Cornwell In order to holster up the cause of Chilton. McCorkel and com , nany predicted dire results for the j Republican party In both atate and I nation, and at the conclusion of his remarks the temporary organization j was made permsnenf. I where the steam roller was moat strongly applied was on the report of the committee on resolutions pm-sent Ied by C W Osenlon The report waa unlanlmous In the rommiltee. although not In tho convention and the main I speech lb op|iosltlon to the same was made by t'ol Mrtiraw. who warn'd the delegates that harmony In the party could not be secured through the ■ adoption of such stesm ry-ller tactic* ! The resolution pro»l«le«| (or the In slrurtlng of delegates for Champ Clark for nomination for president ami ap 1 plying h« unit rule Hubbard Art ve * Nelson C lluhbard of Wheeling, of • freed an amendment 'hat all reference ' »o sat i•residential candidate be AJr'< Sen 'non 'be reantutions Th s »t"Ul>' * be matter in a fbal e*t in a rote of nil the nsai'te* nmttiar in t be amendment heirs defeated b. a tide lit el in Mb Tb» n»»f order s' bwoinee* was be •»leef .us of delegates#» large It re ya red sae MIW Those being ma»4 wer* r ■ news'nr Iban t. I wry. of n ktw* jttgart W W slber at Mart we bw»* lasfeare K T«eew< i of Hi fhswetl e«fis».rwer M % Mr • orb t» «f < b«riee*oe Sse Hera of llbsi Hb lit llbus* af M beet Mg * * the Mewl d ». tabwrg awd I t* M egae sd New Hs* w«f a. ttm wa tatkwy « » Mehta d Kdbr T J Mew 'be rum* IIWH II Ass •edge af fbW Sg |W■ ' —' • t Ml SA ■ ’em SMd » *wnt d . beMSwt • ***** ***** tN ***** *f IMm • hut. Falls to Death Out of Window FAIRMONT MAN KILLED VISITING FIANCEE Herbert Phillips IajsI Balance, PlunginK Down Four Stones to Ground. Sp. '-.i Dispatch to the Intelligencer KAIR.Mtt.VT. W Va.. June A shocking tragedy occurred in this city to-night, when Herbert Phillips ug.*d 23 t ears. s. n of Rev. r. o Phillip*. While on a visit to his fiancee In the Yost Hats, leaned front a fourth story window, lost his balance and plunged to the ground below. lie struck on s willow bench, rebounded to the pavement and was picked up unconscious. lie never regained consciousness and died at 11 so sur rounded by his father, mother and three brothers. t'oroner Lovd is making an investigation. Phillips, who is foreman of the *>mens Bottling plant was to have be. n married next week to Miss Maud Rogges, up on whom he w as calling when the accident occurred. MINERS ARMED Dynamite and Riflas Taken in Raid on Cabma in West Virginia Riot District. *P" Ini l»1apnt' t» to till liilrllltrn -ee 1 HARI.K8TON. w. Va.. June No report was received from adjutant Mineral Klllott up to late tonight concerning the situation on Palm freek. where the detective guards and Italians and colored mtnrrs 1 Clashed two da>s ago In which one man wss silled and another Injured. ! In the raid on the cabins of these miners thirteen Rprtngtleld rules j /imhi n.-o n> moat or | thrm warn aaiarat atlrk* of dtnam- 1 tta. whll- In ai-iarat of iha . *i,ina *rr» fo.ind •mall Mirk a of lartrlilga* •hat had oaan rarrlrd hv ihr mini ra. who w i rn Airrafrd and brought haro hrfi.ri- Ih» Adjutant Canaral laft for tha iian* to Intaatiaala rendition*. J Maiauaa no Word haa ■ otna I'raa lira oral Kllloii t |a tiallavad r\ir>thlng »»• qwlat to-day. Marllnlon had boon withdrawn bafnro tha raanlla of iha ballot. rould bo announced hark Harmony To prroorvo tho outward appaaranro of harmony. In tha eloping momanta of tho rontantimt. I* * *ipna>or WIT I Itant I t htltoti in rorognlgod by tho thatr and with trlpla platod. poll*Had langtiara of nhlrh ha la rapahlo, plorod hi# rnotnj of man i t aa ra atanding and Into rtaal to tho liana •orial toga. > ot John T Mrtlraw la nomination for papkar of tho \i ’tonal t nanmittao and norrog tha notn toatlun ha ■wad» In prppa'ap Tho mo'tow naa ■ arrtod * m Wrtira* • bo »aa rnllnd to tho »«a*a a *• agnail* * In moat ta >kul "■"M •*!** * bn h ho >pro*d ot or «•**•.n fhiMitn and — i-r - grant •Ht~ a»*• for tho Honor hontonod "• h m n> • mo who* ho ho* an otH mor % am thfira anrlnd •« ha 111 - ad ha hod * —iagod *nr atm IWn*»t|’ a#o raolaad ha gd 'and ’ho hannoai -minflna to gat n Ha a rn * ha wanann holt ' H *<*•*! 'man • aa ■*’ *r" h« Itrhni ton as »«aa pan# V. I Ml’ n* if a|| Mt*htih««o t(t M* ■■•••• ' I c fNwr *ti» • w«l> • • «•* *w rn r*«<i —»» 4» J* • *«h» •• i Dawsonites Lose Out On State Committee MAJORITY OF MEMBERS NOT ON THEIR SLATE. -- ! Hatfield's Majority for Guberna torial Nomination Is Still Growing. * Sutherland Will ( «m State by Thirty Thousand for C'on gress-at-Large. ■ Several (lone Fights for State Senate — Editor Green De feated by Lavelle. With indications that several days must elapse before the detailed vote fn the Tuesday primary is obtainable from many counties In the interior and eastern portion of the state, ln.erest , has not walned In the contest. The fact that majorities are overwhelming. | has created an Interest as to how gi gantic the figures rolled up by l»r. i Hatfield for the gubernatorial nomlna j tlon and by the Hon. Howard Suther I land, of Elkins, for congressman-at large, will be. From present Indica tions when the vote from the southern tier of counties Is complete bis plu ! rallty will be near 25,000. With fig ures from 42 counties practically eom I I'lete, and not Including many counties I in the southeastern portion of the state where he is expected to roll up an im I mense majority, he now has a lead of i 26.760 over Swisher, his nearest rival. The most notable change In the re turn* yesterday was an estimate from Tyler county that changed It from the Hatfield to the Swisher column. This was an estimate from reliable source*,) but the actual figures will not be ob-1 talnable for several days. The one county that I>lllon carried to da.e was j Gilmer, latest figures giving his home 1 county of Fayette to Hatfield by 300. McDowell for Hatfiald. Another sensational feature of the returns yesterday was the completed vote from McDowell county, which gave to Hatfield a plurality’there of nearly six thousand, his vote being | 7.144. while Sw isher In this county ] polled only 175 votes. Howard Sutherland for congress man at 'agge. ran like Ihe wind lind according to figures at hand, ha* at-, iatnetf a majority in every county In the state save GCmer. where Teter , °n (he unofficial returns la credited with 59 majority. Mr. Hatfield last j night he appreciated highly the! .honor conferred upon him In the I nomination by the Republicans and 1 expected his majority to be thirty i thousand, at least, and perhaps over thn* figure On returns from about half the counties he has over 16,000 majority and running In a proportion of about three to one over Charles Teter. The State Committee. The standing of the State Commit tee has attracted much attention, and In an adjoining column of the intetll-l gencer present* a list for the entire State, save one committeeman-at-large I over which theer Is no question tin-' til more romplete returns are avail - able a fart that will attract com ment Is that the majority of the j Dawson Hubbard Edwards men failed] of endorsement for committeemen In, the primary. The majority of the! committee is decldely anti-Dawson Ini Ihe serond district returns from Wet xel and Tyler eountiea were ample' < nAux'e to Indicate that lams and Nell! had won In the Ffteenth a decided1 fight was made and Child and Harm j Ison appear lo have majorities over' the other candidates In the Fleventb district there Is still some doubt over! Hutchison | Tha Slat* Senate The State Senate stiows a strong1 list of candidates named, though some t lively fights were pulled off In several ! cf the district*. In the Eleventh district J G. Lnvell#| defeated Editor Green, one of the original Roosevelt boosters, hy a good majority, though the rare was a hotly conteated one In the Fourteenth. A Plls# M'Crum defeated D C Puppet bv an estimated majority of 1 non |n the Fifth. R D Steed defeated O j Wilkinson by 1.7#4t, with the from Putnam county mlsetng In the sixth (CosOne* ew Pwgv Sieves i THE WINNERS _ __ COMOHXBS uoTMlor d r. X. s. Hatfield. lecrvUrp of State—Stuart F. ^-rl > ■uyttstaadeat of SeAoola—at. F. ■hawkey. ▼ SSIS”‘OMr °r African are—K- H. ■fata Treasurer—X. X,. lotf. »c2d3^,“‘, u^,, - b»~* XT ATX COSHXTTXB. • District”—H ~ Behrens. Jr, and Thomas J Sherrarri Second District—Hall and lama. Third District—Brown and Mesaarrte. Fourth District—8. I*. Ryan and 8. I'. Sayre. FLM!} District—W. F. Hite and H. H. Baker. vi ,h„.P‘“trlct—R. B. Bernhelm and »l Z W hit#. „ st.v'",h Dlatrlct—J. Saunders and K »■ Mpimlpy. V I'1*, 'i. Dlatrlct—J. W. Dawson and Selgel Workman. Ninth District—George W. Curtin and Samuel Dixon C- To?ih Dlatrlct—T. D. Moore and a G. Hlder Eleventh District—C. K. Hutchison Twelfth District—H 8 Slathers and 1 H Curtain. Thirteenth District—W. E. Baker i.nd E W. Martin Fourteenth District—J. B. Jsnktna and D. K. Dakin Fifteenth District—George Chllda nnd M. tt Harmtson Com mitt semen-at-I .ergs — Dr. Stlll v*ro. of Wheeling. Wilson, of Weston, probably; third In doubt. STATE BEMATX. First Dlatrlct—Hon~T>. s Marshall Second District—Waller McGlumphy. Third District—Joseph Grey ”h District—R. A. Blessing rlfih District—R Dennis Steed. «:vrn,h District—Carl IX Coultar. Eighth Dlatrlct—Senator E. T. Eng land * Ninth District—Dr James McClung. Eleventh Dlatrlct—.1 G. |j»*elle Twelfth District—George R. White. Thirteenth Dlatrlct—N. o. Kelm fourteenth District—Bits, McCrasi. rlfteenth District—Geoorge K. Kump. HOVBX OF ECLEGATES Barbour— W T George. Brooke—McCleary. Fayette—Charier Middleburg. John Heran. Dr. Gordon. duUonr,*<‘n~KO> K Carlah and Charles Hariley0"-*U,h UulT an,J Charlea H. Jeff.raon—C. g .Musaer. IJncoln—W H. Turner. , OTly- - ana A. H. Fiwd'“Jilin?" rV Arben». Jeeae Bloch, J“r,A *nd Harrj AVrlaa Wilson Shaw* ‘ U Colbert and Leroy K R^J*—8he'rrr'»" Rolunaon and M. Cr!alep.r * V C*rp'r **n‘, ‘>r“» A. Tny'in—Thmnaa Itrahard. 8wlil.'rr~JOhn M fiml,h and A. Q. rpehur—K, P, Farneworth. D. w?hJ“ “n,‘ C W Braxton—P. J. Berry. Cabell—F a Marl•<>neld. j H. liar bar«e and AVm prlndle r *“r lanMrldae—T .1 Smith. Orant—O. S Vanmeter Kannwha—\V. AV AAertr A V inn,— John Itannlater, o <! Iteynolde. I>. A.' 1 » nn«iin* Maaon—Hare Hill A Mln»o s A'. Bhodea » Monongalia Arnett Mrf»nwell—Oeorae AVolle and C. E. M b r mia n 1‘leaaanta—A. D. Ftetcher. EUltATOlIAL RACES. First District. Ahrendta Marshall Rrooll- . 5»4 T»1 Manco-k . 42# 0,1,0 . 21 »1 3412 total vote . 32 tj eTTtt .Alarahall e majority—ina2. ■•voad District. .. . ,, MetJiumphy. Santee. Hunt Marahall . 242* 241 4*» 'w,*»l . 6« <67 147 T°*a> 24T* III «« Eighth District. „_ Kngland. Foet« IwVAMf .see...... at* Kanawha .. 11 An L-,,««b 306 3d T°UI . 1441 241 Bleeoath District. Marion . ili*"* ‘Vm* . 11«« 1134 Tavlo . jnn .. 3143 1323 Twelfth District. Ha^dmaia Morrison . . *|.| was . Ill .... Total j,M r<J46 Thirteenth District. Krim Mutter. Hail,. 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