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VOLUME LX., NO. 277 WHEELINT. W v \ p u i r» *~v , v . . „ ' -v
- -irr.Liwu, W. \ A., FRIDAY, J U L > 12. 1912. x PRICE TWO CENTS
GREAT BRITIAN PROTESTS PANAMA BILL
ENGLAND REGARDS BILL
AS A TREATY VIOLATION
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Ln gland Krgarda the Bill as a Direct Violation of the Treaty
and Asks Congress to Suspend Action.
Claims That Revision Exempting American Ships From Pay
ing Toll Is a Discrimination of the Treaty.
Scries cf Diplomatic and Legislative Conferences Devclopes
Fact That American Forces Are in Command.
W ASHINGTON. July * I.—The lines were drawn to-night for a !
great diplomatic struggle between the United States and Great Britain
over the question of whether this country may discriminate in favor of
American vessels in the Administration of the Panama canal. The
wordy war may terminate in the submission of the question to the
Hague Tribunal
A series of diplomatic and legislative conferences to-day devel
oped the fact that the forces in the American government which favor
allowing American ships free passage through the canal are in con
trol These forces take the position that there is nothing in the Hay
Pauncefot treaty, under which the canal was built, to prevent this
concession.
in" nipiomatic s'ruggie, prectpl-*)
tripod by the note received to-day from
Mitchell Inner, In charge of the Brit
ish embassy, it is expected, will be
fought alone the following lines:
Great Britain will take the position
that the Hay Paunrefote treat v pro
vision. which forbtdR dicrimination in
favor of the interes s of an' natlng.
In the conduct of the canal, would
operate araintt the provisions of the
Panama bill now und* r consideration
In the senate.
Want Free Passage
The I’ntfed i' ates will hold that
as long as th<. shiie? of ail fereten
nations are accorded the same trmf
Btenl n the a a of th» . anal, -t.e
T mted States may pass American
ships free or rebate he tolls charged
them
The ultimate passage of the meas
ure now before the senate Hccrot. as
sured The men behind the hill in
•he senate gatd toda> that the British
note would rot prevent consideration
e? the measure But the position of
Great Britain will strengthen the op
position "o the free provision.
Treaty Plain to All.
After a conference with President
Taft, representative Suiter, of New
^ ork. chairman of the house comm.t
fee on fore|gn affairs made a state
ment supporting the bill. He said:
“Of r nurse I am surprised that the
British government now objpr'g to
the Potted States government regll’a
ttr.g the toils of os own -hips through
the Panama Canal.
However, nothing serious wl'l rente
Of 'he objection. We will treat i»
- i n vui'v n ursrrvrF | r t>
trsa'v lR plain and rlrar to all Tin*
British govoniroent should r.ot and
r^nnot tox.pia.n No toll disorlmlna
t on is md» amlnst BriM-h ships itt
Jt>'°r of ships of othor nations
That Is 'h ■ tnoanlns of th»> treaty,
and u<* shall tarry o-i» it., provisions
In good faith tVr ha vs thr rlcht
nnd«r "ho trraty to rhaftr or not to
f h.ir*o ml n for our o» n ships. Thors
1* no doubt about that Kv*»ry lawyer
of standing » ho has n< • -• taut^d tli«
subject aa> - so. an.] I» noaor «-•;*
'iUssMopsd l.r'orp .« -allv or diplomat
ically.
I' »s« rsysral'v urrtrrs'ooff 'h.it
this position is supported hi rr»-»t
<l*-nt "la'* and Soystjrv of W'sr Sum
► rn In il'.rso < hark" of the f'anama
adtninlstraii'-ri tin the oih"r hard.
P"prrs* u Adamsor of tjporria.
• 1 i'piii n of tp. Iloip-o ^"orsiaio and
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b t -rp- • • > «• St*a » n rt M n". -o'a
t’ Plt * k Hi itoM.r an members i f ih*
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t ' 'ti TKrv pa. <y suit ttfo* proa
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r ot A*' '•'**!« on
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' ROOSEVELT
WILL START ON HIS
CAMPAIGN TRIP NOW.
The Third Term Seeker Will Make
Addresses in IVartirally All
Slates.
OYSTER HAY, Julv 11.—Within
less than a fortnight Colonel Koose
l,”t probably will begin the campaign
tripa which aro to carry him into
uinioh' everv Mato of th" union be
fore the November election. Al
though he has not reached a final de
risn'n. he expects to leave Oyster Hay
week after next Kansas. Iowa and
Michigan, in which states primaries
are anon to he held, are tentatively
on the program He may also attend
the Chicago convention of the new
progressive party
Colonel Roe*e\e|t is not waiter to
le .w. .'Hit., ti l.r. Hill during the heat of
rild-ummer There iv much to le done
*t h"H* nv-remer. In the wav of super
•-I ti* t e organisation „f the party
« hi h. r-ca-W tie greater!
t:CI t .,f t- - llfe ahead, he las -I*-- Med
t" P"t aside other tons Herat Ions. If he
derma It ree-Mri and begin Ills prr
s- nn nmpnign t.i s month
, ' " ' : Hooec . t to-day int r.i»d
the’ during *h» -i-tii sign he egpert* to
i-<. . to more per-on« than almost any
o'het ar.d iate |n the hlstoty of t;,e
^'-unify II- -ay- will rampaicn In
I* *h tr-rlv tho'ifh hi* p^rAcn^I app*«|
t'^t ^'..li*n»I fio« »»«•%■#-It h«»p^j» i«» carry
• he day
CONVENTION
Salt Law- City Selected as th« Next
Meeting Place of the Edu
cation*! Association.
fHK'ACO. July 11—Wi'h Pal*
I.akn Cltv. t’tah. named a* the pre
fnr»ne» for the 191?, convention, the
National RAsrstloo association prac
tiea|l\ concluded the business of it*
f'f*i*th annual convention today
The select I >n of Sal- l.ak* City has
vet to be ran fled by the executive
committee next autumn
James V Joyner. Italeieh. X (•„
os* chosen as a trustee and George
|i i-ook s»a'e superintendent of the
Public instruction little Hock Ark
W :• 4 *Vf a liifppfrr
Ttn vneral on* pf th.- »on
WILL BUILD TROLLEY
LINE TO MORGANTOWN
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OLYMPIC
EVENTS
UNCLE SAM INCREASES
LEAD IN CONTESTS
Sweden Ousts Urcat Britain Out,
of Second Place — Babcock
Won Pole Vault.
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THE OFFICIAL SCORE.
I’nlted Stales.gs
Sweden . f>2
Great Britain. 51
Germany . 03
Finland . 2'>
France . 19
Africa . 11
Denmark . H
Norway . la :
Italy .. 9
! Canada . g
Hungary . g , ,
Australia . 4
Russia . 3
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„ STOCKHOLM. July 11.—The T’nlted
States rook the lion's share of the
victories In the Olympic to-dav. The
Stars and Stripes were again raised
on the flag poles at the conclusion
of the pole vaulting in honor of Harry
S Babcock, Columbia university. New
^ ork. Mark S Wright, of Dacmouth
and Frank T Nelson, of Yale
In the shot putting contest with
• Kill atiq lert nand. Ralph Rose.
Olympic A c and Patrick J. McDon
ald. Irish America A C.. won first and
s*Con<! respectively
The final heat of the 200 metres
dash wns the most exciting perform- I
sure of the day Ralph C Craig ..f
the Iietroit Y. M c A. and Donald
r Llppincott, I'nfverspv of Tenney)
varia. »nnk the honors, with he
Hrifon. W. R. Applecart'h. pushing
them hard
In the Ifi.oon metres walk. c^iMlns
of Canada, finished first. The only
American In the final of this even*
was Frederick H. Kelser New- York
AC ’
\«riou* nations were Interested In
the »|oven trial heats ar,j „„ ^ml
finals in the 110 meters hurling The
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1 .-sterdsv two children of Welts*
nnra. died of lockjaw. They were
'•eorg*. the eirV -.sr eld sen of Mr.
and Mrs Oeorge Itcwman. of Yankee
and Margaret . the j...,ng
daughter ef Mr rind Mrs. \v It Ml!*
|| |1 'he pestmester The rtiaea ef !
le.utsw ilt- l frem Injuries inflict* I
ed en the Fenrth ef J.||v
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DRAMATIC PLEA MADE
BY SENATOR LORIMER
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IMPEACHED
ARCHBALD
IMPEACHMENT ARTICLES
ADOPTED BY THE HOUSE
Almost an Unanimous Vote. Only
One Representative Volin* in
Favor of Jud*r.
WASHINGTON. July 11—Th- houge
of representative* today adopted by
a vote of 222 to 1 articles of impeach
ment against Judge Robert W. Arch
bald. of the T’nited Sta.es commerce
rt Representative Farrell, of
Pennsylvania, cast the single vote
against the bill oflmpeachment Mr
Farrell is a life long friend, who has
all along voir—d confidence In Judge
Arrhbnld's integrity.
Of rhe total membership pf the
house in their seats, only nine voted
pres-nt. ‘ , These were former
Speaker Cannon. Representative Bur
g-ss. of Texas; Dalzeil and Olmstead.
of Pennsylvania; Dwight, of New
York; Johnson, of South Carolina;
Parran. of Maryland: Rucker, of Mis
souri. and Sparkman, of Florida
Only three members had spoken in
the judge's defense They were Rep
rest ntgtives Farr. Bowman and Focht.
all Republicans of Pennsylvania
The seene now shifts to the senate
w hich wIITt-it in Judgment in the case.
" !'**•' 'her>- has been a disposition
voiced in the senate to postpone the
trial until autumn. Chairman Clayton,
of the house committee on the
Judiciary, and one of the prosecuting
tnnragc»-s, declared today his convic
tion that the senate would 'take up
the impeachment socn
Senator Clark, of Wyoming t Hepuh
lieani. chairman of The senate Ju
diciary comml tee. and Senator Sim
mons, of N'ortn Carolina, th- Demo
cratic l-ad-r. expressed th- vi-w to.
night that th— s—nate would araui—see
w ith li.<T<.n A
hnvfrzTin Immediate trial or being
allowed time to prepare bis defense
ROOSEVELT
Party Will Probably Have a Prohibi
tion Candidate for the Run
ring Mate.
f'N|i>. ttltia.. July I],—*| have!
made promises to th» progressive par
lv making arreptanre impossible,"
telegraphed Judge lien Lindsey, of
Henver, from Knld to-day to Ororge
1 Thompson and other* at the \t-•
tlenal prohlhplon convention ai At
Inn tie. X j . in reply to a telegram
v hirh the Colorado man said he re- '
reived inquiring whether h» would nr. i
rept * he prohibition nomination fori
President
The telegram to Judge Lindsev
arkr-d:
U III von accept th» nomination for
the presidency if offered, and exclude ,
anv other political party’"
The reply of ludge Lindsey, deelin-i
mg. led to gossip »mong friends her*., j
renewing report* tha* Judge IJndsej-'
possibly Will he named for v|rr pres.
Idem by *he progressive Chicago eon j
vent ion In August, hut he deellned to
m ike any na'emsnl concerning this, i
SCENES AT MOUNDSVILLE MINE EXPLOSION
EIGHT LOSE LIVES
IN MINE EXPLOSION
CAR SKIDS
CLARKSBURG TOURISTS
SERIOUSLY INJURED
Mrs. I). J. Reed Sustained a
Broken Jawbone and Con
cussion of the Brain.
8r«eia] l'‘«r-it-h «o the Intelligencer.
Pllll.ADEI.PHIA. Pa.. July 11 —
Two worn n ar.rj a man wore hurt at
Egg-Hartror. V. J. thia morning when
an automobile rarr>lng a party of
riark»htirg. \v Va. people, who were
returning from a trip to Atlantlr rite
to riarkat>urg. rkldtlerl on a eharp
eur\e Turn.il turtle and h<irle<| th’
fl\e o..upant a agamet a pile of rail
road tie*.
Mr* It. J. Heed *u*talned a broken
Jawbone and flight ran. j**lon of tn*|
Ptain. ht eide had laeera'I 'na an j
!* it«*«
,\*irr .iMfni»*<n t*\ ilfirtwi i £(.
MurlKir, »h#v *»re ftitMtl to « I'h* »•
•I* {thin hospital
Mr# ultra ftnlpy ha^l « Ud * ut
arrotHi the tempi*- {ind •* -4^^
*••*!!» I*r jtiard bv l* n*r pinr-ij
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THE TERRIFIC HEAT
KILLED MANY PEOPLE.
Ninety-five Funerals Held in Mon
treal Yesterday—Six Die in
New York City.
MONTREAL. Lily 11 —Ninety-live
fun-rais were held here to-day. and'
ihn majority of those hurled were vie
ftms of the rerent hot spell. Eighty]
of the dead were children, "rttr de-.'
n'.md for hearses was so pressing
that many of »he bodies had to he ta- j
hen to the graveyards in ceh*. A
horse attached to a hearse fell dead
In one of the funeral processions
NEW YORK. .Inly 11—"A tenden
cy to t ooler.” which the wriiherwfll
na» promised, ma'enallzed to-nigh*
At 7 o'dot It fo-nlght the thermometer
registered 7T> snd the cool hr-stttf
which followed a thunder storm save
tue millions of cltv dwellers hope of
a t • tt.fo—able tt'sh* a rep1 Before
•h* retie' rsme. however tpe weeks.
V-t of depths ascribed 'o the peal I
v ns 1r«-ressed hv etrht. and 'he i ron
tra' ens hv more *hnn a score
PlPTEEN THOUEANO IN
»STU*EO HERO PARADE
l*t»HTI.AM> < *re July II _ pt'teen
•ho- -srd members of ’Re ETltas pnrtlr
:i t'ed ir 'he arnuat parade of -Re
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terrible c atastrophe
IN MOUNDSVILLE MINE.
Explosion of Pocket of Gas Wu
the Cause—Heroic Scenes
in Rescue.
Kighf are dead, another Is dying
and two were seriously Injured as. a
remit of a terrible explosion at thi*
R°n Franklin coal mine, formerly
known m tho Panama, one mile eonth
of Moundsville, Thursday morning,,
caused presumably by a miner enter
ing a pocket gas. carrying an un
guarded lamp.
The Dead.
JOE CANALIS.
JOSEPH MARSCHILI.
ALVEY HURLEY.
WESLEY WILSON
ANDREW CHESKIE.
WILLIAM CHESKIE. '*•’*
MICHAEL RODIMA.
JOSEPH MARKINO
The Injured.
William hupp, nre bon: condi
tloo very serious
JOSEPH MANILHS. burned; may
recover
DAVIO BROOKS; condition very
serious
The explosion occurred about > M
ociock The first warning ram* to
I tiiinerr R R Rader who waa s'and
tng over the month of 'he shaft A
P‘ ff of ho' Mark ernoke struck him
In the fare There bad been no
aour, | rr other inde-sf Ion of a dis
aster hut the [ .flier' Odor n# iK.
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