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MurpfcjMUrvy Oe at gHdfport Nest Wednesday, Promises to *e Exciting Event. The boxing contest. Wednesday eve ntng. at Bridgeport, trill bring togeth er two of the best lightweights In America—Harlem Tommy Murphy and Mika Barry. Barry, a few yearn ago, waa one of tha bast lightweights ever seen In America. Hla forty-two round fight with Patsy Kaylar. at Portland. Oregon, which went forty-two rounds with akin-tight gloves. The Into Jack Dempsey, who refereed the fight, said It was the greatest fight he ever saw, and Barry won. His fight with Jimmy Donovan, at Syracuse. X. Y „ was the best fight New York State ever wit nessed. Jim Corbett said, as ho told of the McAultllf and Myers' sixty seven round fight, and the Sulllvan Kllrmin fight and Bai+y and Kaylar. were three of the beat flghta on rec ord. and tha people of Wheeling and vicinity on next Wedneaday night, who come to sea the fight, will be assured of one of the best flghta they ever witnessed, between Barry and Murphy. Murphy has beaten such boys as Knockout Brown, won n pop ular decision at Pittsburgh, over the lightweight champion. Ad Wolgast, and who recently beat Bat Nelson. Aba Attelt, and many other prominent lightweights. Harry K lasts, the local welterweight boxer will referee the bouts. Tickets are on sale at tha Pool Room, at the Tavern Cigar Store. Mc I.ure Cigar stand: In Benwood and In Motmdsvllle. The show will start promptly at 8:80. AMATEDRBASEBALL v - At the Island ball park laat even ing the English Lutheran team out classed - the Island Christian church team and won by tha score of 7 to t. Bolton, pitcher for the Lutherans, struck-out nine batters. The score: R. H. E English Lutherans .7 10 1 Island Christians .S 1 1 Batteries—Bolton and Hugglna for the Lutherans and Hamilton and Havrogaet. for the Island Christians. The Novelty A. C. of Beltalre will play the Wheeling Steel & Iron com pany team at the sixteenth street grounds, Bellalre this afternoon. An Interesting game will be play LETTER LIST. List of letter* remaining tn the poet* office et Wheeling. Ohio county, TV. Vi, Saturday. June *, 1*12. To obtain any of the following tne applicant must aek for advertised letters, giving date of Hat: Ladles' LUL Bell, Mrs. Sadie Hendrix. Mr*. Brock. Mrs. Claries Mary M Clark. Miss Beset* Jordan. Mr*. Anna Dunlap. Mr«. Elsie Jackson. Miss Evans. Mia. 1. J. Clara Frailer. EUret I-andera. Helen V osier* Mias Mary Mayer. Elisabeth & llinka. Miss Alma Prior, Mias Jean Hoffman. Katha- Sanders, Miss Clara rlne Walker. Mrs Horner. Miss Menerva Mary (2) Oeatlsmsa'a List. Andrrson. James McDonald Smith Anderson. Ira Monroe. Jamas Brown. Mack. McOutgen. J. M. it haul. H. 1* Moore. H. S. • •'oop. John Muster. F:dward Crawley. Dave Mubrennan. Tha i lurk. Ann. Machen. Herbert cbiota. Dtmato Nahum. Otto D'rkcison. R PI rone. p. Dickerson. Char- Hobinson. Thos .. Robler. A. J. F.mua Jacob Reit*. Harry Ennis. Harry Riggs. H. K Forester. Elisa Rabbes. John FI E _w- Stocker. Elmer ullmore, Fremont Shafer. T Minos. Pet* Schafer. Gu* Hopkins. F' T. Schrlner. Charles Johnson. W. M. Taylor C Kilns. Wra. T^i^den. R ^J- Termlllton. Alonso cingamon. August Wav, A. K. h££zbw^r- Wajuc*- How*rd _ Fordo Llsc 7n^r*SS pTirBT- Tn,°"' pSETSiSS?" ***»» “ouSH foH,n*r r*'WT * Co. P. Jefferson OU CO. I>r1n,’D« ROBERT FTAZLETT. P. K l~ I •* tkla (ItrrMH *• tk* new ball «T»ua4a at Bridgeport. when tha strong Bella Ire tram aad tka Bridge port trams will claah. . ■ _ X Tk* dtp a Elm drew team aad Ik* Mound CMp team of Mound* Mila win play tkla afternoon on th* Fourth street diamond nt Fulton. The teams are both evenly matched aad no doubt n large crowd will be la attendance to wltneea the same*. Oa ftundav morning at 1* o'clock th* C. A E. O team will play the All Stars of Moundsellle on the same grounds. Manager Jee May has booked games for this month with some of th* fastest teams In tka Ohio Valley. nidTATl UAin. At Wilmington 1. Allentown S. At Johnatown It, Harrisburg t. At Trenton 7. Lancaster 1. At Altoona 11. Turk 4. H«IT*» RATH LlAObl. K Pittsburgh 7. Chicago 4. •Only one gams scheduled.) ' AimioAV AanoexaxTOM. At Indianapolis: R. H E. Indianapolis . 16 t* j Milwaukee . 7 '7 g Batteries—Mixon and Casey; Slapnlc ka, Nicholson. Noel and Schalk. At Louisville: R. H -E Louisville . 4 9 j Kansas City . 3 g 0 Batteries—Richter and Ludwig: Alt rock and O'Connor. At Columbus: n u r Columbus . g ii 4 Minneapolis .. g jp J ^Batetriee—Cook. MeQuIllen and Smith; Olmstead and Owens. t^„T°Wo: R H. E. st- r*ui..7 i i Batteries—Krauss and Kartsch: Rie ger. Uardner. Thomas, Decanntere. Kar grr and Murray. HTBUATIOPA1 LIAOUE. At Baltimore: R H F Newark . 4*1 Baltimore . jg jg g At Providence; R H K Jersey City ....-.1.10 11 0 Providence .4 g 4 At Rochester: r. h. K Buffalo . 8 IS £ Rochester . g 13 j At Toronto: r. h. B. Montreal . 2 S Toronto . 1 8 1 ROOSEVELT MEN rata _ - (Conttnoeu trout rvrst Pago.) gates-at large and two each from th« First, Second and Third district#. Associated wlht former Senator Dick of Ohio, In presenting the Taft cases were H. L. Remmell, of Little Bock, and Wallace Townsend, also of Arkansas. Booeseelters Outline Orlsvaacs. TK- W....... .— 1. r,,.. ...__ .... ... Arkansas Republican organization con. slated of "postmasters and other federal employe*, the sole purpose of which or gnnlzalion. Is the distribution of federal patronage.” They declared -fraud. Intimidation and violence” had been threatened against the Roosevelt adherents. When we appeared at the conventlor hall we were met with revolvers und club*." declared Mr. Comer. "Two 1 democratic constables were sta tloned inside the doors with orders t< prevent any Roosevelt delegates fronr entering. At least one of our men wsi struck In ths head by one of these con stables ” in the county In which this was alleg ed to have occurred, lfr Comer sab: that 101 delegates to the county con ventton were for Roosevelt and only 7J for Taft, but the guards kept the R<»ose velt men out. He declared the question of regularlt] could not be raised in Arkansas because "There is no Republican party in th< state.” ’ Th# organization Is n postmasters monopolistic syndicate lie said. ‘An< It would take shotguns to break up th< system Mr. Remmcll. taking up the defensr for the Taft delegatee, said that a pro testing delegation, much like that be fore the national committee, had gon< to Wasnington several years ago *n< trotested to President Roosevelt again* Republican conditions In the stats. "He told them to go back to Ar Kansas and nominate a ticket, and 11 they won he would recognize them ar • he Republican party In the state.” He ajod tha faction was defeated foui to one In ths election. “I «aw President Roosevelt later.' raid Mr. RcmmHl. "and asked hinr who constituted the Republican partj la Arkansas " 'You do.' he said.** „ „ Char*aa Fall Flat. *'*r Rcmmell declared the election o| ***** and district oelegate* had be*r • ntlrcly regular and proper In th* country pher# Mr Pomer alleges fraud” and "rascality” had occurred the Roosevelt forces did not even tak* th»tr eont**t «.» th* »tot* rommltt*. 01 b»for« th* rommltte* on rr*4*ntlala *n =t notuitlaa mu Mr H*mm*ll. n< ofrlrtnoMfri at all w*r* r*pr*.*Qt*.| |r th* ao-ra1l*<1 ' r»«ular con\*ntlon« •• lr Othar potmti*. h* <J»rlar**l th* off!** hold*ra w*r* but a minority of th* total _ JinT 'h,r,*r" ***** ,hu «*ntl*mat on thn oth»r *M* waa po.tma***r of I.lt. 9 Pure Whiskies FORT HENRY I GREEN BRAND Lovers of good pure whiskies will find they have made no mistake in ordering either of these well known brands. A host of enthusiastic users declare that these whiskicsjre the most mellow and smoothest goods sold in the Ohio Valley. 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"Because he did not get It again, he Is up here contending for a place In the convention.” Ho declared the Ron if vel t men had aaaaulted hie nephew with a club. They would not come before the com mittee on credentials, he ssld. "but they were there trying to rush the conven tion." Instructed for Taft. Mr Remmell eald he moved In the convention to Inetruct the delegate^ for Taft. A counter motion waa made, he said, to send an untnstructed delegation, but the Taft Instructions were carried ,by a large majority. T ”,t »•» an absolutely fair convention." he said. He singled out members of the Roose velt delegation l.y name and told the committee of federal positions they now or formerly held. "There never was such s farce In Ar kansas before." *a)d Mr. Remmell. "You'll have to alt down on these people good and hard, and te^ach them a lesson.” he added amid a rlftr of laughter from the committee. Saa* Taft Man. The successful motion to-seat the Taft delegation followed a motion by tSeorge R. Sheldon, of New York, holding the proxy or Committeeman Rrooker. of Connect!! utt i0 throw out the brier of Mr. Comer, leading the Roosevelt faction, because it contained language that was indecent and Insulting lo the commit tee." The entire committee supported this motion. In the case of the congressional dis trict delegates from Arkansas. Ormaby Mcllarg, who presented the arguments [charged that negroes In that district had been disfranchise tiecausc the con tention was held In a locality In which negroes wyre not allowed. "It was well understood that negroes Were not safe |n this locality.' he said Charles sc Brutes. •«;. i "The regular committee did not call the convention where all could attend, and the electors bad to protect- their own rights by organising a new com mittee and calling a new convention." A negio delegate waa pri sent w ith Be floors--el t representatives In pre , aentlng the Klrst dlstr'rt - ase. "This la the first time this question [has ever been presented lo thhe commlt j tee," declared Mcllarg. "and It must he dc- ided If the Republh an party la to Colored Men Afraid. The colored delegate. A. »» Miller, de clared that the colored folks were afraid to go to where a convention was held | Wallace Townsend of tl>e Klrst die. trlct delegates, declared the Republl I fans had "followed scrupulously the call of the Republican national commit ' convention. j lla drriarrd that lha rontratant-' rldlmd wara ahaurd. and that they wara I mada In ordrr to give aome ortenalble |«r.■ .nd for mniMl, / Mr Townaand drriarrd that ha did not know negroes war* not allowrd in . around tha txdla . < 'Thla la Ihr Itrat Intimation I hava h~d of that fart, ha aald | Ha and olhar mrmbara ..f tha Taft | drlagalion. ananerlng fiuaalu.ua by 1 ' mmttlaaman Krllnfi. of Mlnnaaot *. admitted that no negroes wara praaant at lha mnvantlon. but rlaimad mat "J.V*1 had (Ivan thrlr pro»lea to , 1 * atr.nge- aakad Mr Kal !'■«. that law of iham attandad if ! Hiay Wrra allowrd t»T" ‘ . .V*****-* mould not admit ! Iral Ibara waa anythin* strange about i ^ of n^ffnwn I "*r_ Ham mall aald that ia«rne« would Iiaww mr.leafed if they had mmM w'h' fievaaitotb* Ha rr.ik- , ,1. ***»'•< people !11* low In tha rommuolty r.Th* '*"Jafi 'la legal a* fro oil ha rirat . • * • J*'*- •*» • "* •• to i naoth Ifobotr in rna negg»i»g I - ‘j* *■*« ,*'i'«a'«a —ala.I era r"h»g ' ! * ,M ' >erle. T Mlod.-fii be-MST^ •" V~ «Mt • f -a. , nett taken vr J « • omar. of JJf. a * again raWa*«en«M tha H-roaeieu fTf'Tf.1■££.' " '* Hammail tha Taft iJS ■HfWW Wwrw submit - rad. following ruMMnaanttnlly |>wwo in I* * moa Of the da lags,— .. . T*** -T**!!'"'''* anowimouaiy In I J**# Taft datojntan H H Harm 1 J"4 * * * The rote ... «: to odTr - and .road oof I Id tt m to gwreww MONROE TAFT MEN ASK ( Cob tinned from First But.) | Theodore Rooaevent, Is to take steps to intimidate the Republican National , Committee, if possible, in its deliver I at ions on the contest of delegates in | the National Committee. | ">t Is understood that the plan l w hich Mr. Flinn is expected to follow is to organize crowds of Roosevelt fol I lowers, who will make demonstrations ! | *t the Coliseum for the purpose of at I tempting to overawe the national com ! mittee. I 'Roosevelt members of that body i to-day deprecated the plan. and. It is said, appealed to George \V. Perkina. of New York, one of Mr. Roosevelt's most intimate friends, to put an end to It.” Mr Perkins had made no comment on this report up to to-night. Former United States Senator Jas A. Heminway. of Indiana, whose sea; in the convention is contested, arrived to-day and took an active part in the conferences at the Taft headquarters. I United States Senator Newlands of Nevada and Senator Clark of Wyom i ; Ing also arrived to-day. UNCLE SAM GETTING (Conttnnsd from First Fags.) that he is going to Washington as | the special representative of Presl- j dent domes, to President Taft. U. S. LANDS MARINES FROM THE PADUCAVl RANTIAGI. June 7.—The p, r. J gunboat Paducah last night landed 50 \ marines under Lieut. Philip Torrey t at the El Cuere mines, and 60 mar-1 Ines under Captain Gulto at Punta De Hal. These garrisons will be In creased as son as possible, as they are^considered Insufficient at present i for the protection of the properties j there. REBELS FOILED IN rrrnDT TO BURN BIG RLANT HAVANA. Juno 7.—a body of n« «rot»h trrm-d with rifle* attacked the Toledo puRar mill at Mariana*, a *ub urb of Havana, at 2 o'clock thl* morn In*, evidently with the intention of huralnR 11 They were held at bay by private armed Rtiarda. but the flrlnR continued until a troop of cav alry. summoned by telephone from Camp Columbia, appeared, when the Innurgenrp vanished KANAWHA ; ftp*, tat THafvatr ■ to tl»e Intel- veneer CM \RI.KeTON. M Va June J The -an.are «.f the vote in Kanawha count* i not r.onpletetl to-dat The total '«•** In th* clt* of Charter! .* which .ant > eee f **• • PTI the atata t" het Retting, loll..* ppn Maifteid. , i K'ng 7** Reed l “P« karri. IT* rihnwhei | IN I erur J lap. Moors, Tap Williams l.ata L.»« llll. Rat ulnae. |.||» i • -■•*■ ill * l>r 'euutfleeuan-flp. I Inrge Wtte.n Harter StlttlaM, Krst . 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It had come to puss that m considering orders of tlie Commission the lourta were limited to determining whether th.- orders of the commlaaoln violated the constitution conformed to statutory to evidence, or whether power had lent so arbitrarily < terrtsed by the commission as virtually *?. *ranaeend the authority conferred, although it might not technically be do i* *P i1' this Jurisdiction, he de clared. the I ommerce court had Inherit To adopt the views of the commerce 2.r* “ •’* Jurisdiction, t’htcf jue I re White said would be to ovrrthrifW the a>stem of rate regulation adoptid ov ('onvr#f« Senator Polndriter to-day Introduced " . ..schgrg. the ..la P.* " ••*» ccwrrtrrvs-'c-n court in order to 'nr " Jme U»e senate *be resolution was supreme court t»-dav upheld an ordinance of IxtulaMlle K\ tl» n« the msthm telephone charge, |n "'••'»■" K.mUrM. Whlrb had be Id that tb« rale. Wera ronn»ftlof y Th* •wprvna to-dar ret eraed 1 .rT4, <«*• l.lon ahih would hale allowed railn.eda la ***** railroad fuel eoal low.* r*|*T lh*" |-”«»m>r. lal mat The in ' "Wlfoerre . .enwdaaioa a a. Upheld. The roarrner,. eean had adjourned »He laieratat# i owiaaari e * -nmmi a tr*>m prohMHitaa the Italinaor, and "hi*. 'he H>mu> !< anta and othar ralTti.adt fr.an allow me ed rafea . «he tf aapnetaflaa of real owned hr other railroad. Kao led down a • a»- 1 •f a held la,da i hr the fteaeeWM I'anrt 'he I'Mled at a lee • Hint in t — rr_* y***-* ■»» ►—•*» ■. at • ^ *"• fcy tw -at, j hat, fanti^w "*-*^7, rr** o -- _ • le*a aha * •*,#*f** Hi flla« fby, A IW Tm* i » *>• j IntelligencerWantAdsfor Results I 1 HOME the nan who know* what* what wants «®o* hywort whan he wants any can t fern any staff on him Me *ry to pash infer ter lwlh •• ear pa treat _ that s why we haee pat that, why *hay deal ntth a* year after year; saa4 as ether rantn em met whtahtaa hraafflaa. «ta*. line n and rti pi ads KRAUS A. CO. The T*»l M«.r Order How* IIJ3 Matter V WHEEUNG Bcik Tke.