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VOLUME LX.. NO. 27*_WHEELING. W. VA.. SATURDAY. JULY 1}. 1912. PRIClTYwO CENTS
AMERICAN ATHLETES
CONTINUE TO WIN
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STATES WON TWO BHJ
EVENTS YESTERDAY.
American Divinity Student Dis
qualified in the Four Hundred
Metres Race.
Official Standing*.
United States .,100
Sweden 71
Great Britain . 53
Germany . 26
Finland 23
France . 19
South Africa . 11
Denmark . 11
Norway . 10
Italy . 9
, Canada . 8
Hungary . 8
Australia 9
Russia, Greece. Belgium. Aus
tria. each . 3
Holland . 2
STOCKHOLM, .tail> 12 Th- Amort
C:>n athleis wot! lax more event* lit
the Olympic games today. Fred W.
Kelly. Fnlversity of South California
took the final h":it of the 11(1 metres
hurrl'e rare while Wendell and Haw
kins also representing the rnivorslty
ran second and third respectively In
this evept AI tier ■ L. (luttonem, of
the Fnlversity of Vermont, captured
t' * running hrnad jump with n now
•1 yin pie record of 24 feet and 11
Inch*«
It addition the Knifed States finish
• d second uid third in th- cliscii*.
,
fir th** Stockholm Olympic has been a
i-st .- a| of general gnrd f- ellng and
t'-od sportsmanship, in uhtch a few
nun T clashes were tnevitahle. An
inrl :.»nt occured. however, in the last
h- a- of the semi-final of the four hun
dred metres race today, which for a
time stirred up a small tempst.
Amernan D'squalified.
An \mhen-t divinity smdent. I'orald
It X.uing running under the colors of
the Heston \ \. finished two yards
In the lend In tills Tare hut was dis
U’.alifled a- -1 the heat given to his
rival. Praun. who rro-sed the Hue
second Th * ciministunres led the
f • m tf.ioix to think'thit rhe Cnited
Sta»> r night protest. hut the XmetV
<■ n romti.i’tee while considering the
judge's decision In error, ucoeps It
loyally.
T ! e alleged foul orrurred on tho
ti-s’ turn rift;- yards from the start
Th* race »nB for blood, and there was
preit rlvalr- between the two Amor
(Cent nn»<! on Tsnth ngo )
CONVICT
Says he is Serving a Srntence For a
Murder he Did Net Commltt—Ap.
pl.es For Clemency.
I'll XHI.K'TOV. XX* X'\. .Tulv 1.’
Claiming ’hat he did no* commit the
trine f« r w h he is now serving a
'■'» sentence in the West Virginia
1 • n'trntnr*. William Unmsey. ,ig> d
-I ct-nv- d M • r . o county i»i
Maiyh 1*..r t1’# r- ird< r <f lien
d o»» o' • i" n'rh* «f Iember '•
l it tked f'r executive clem
Kent a ’ > *i•. in>) H
1 ' • ■ t. , r me- *
I «
STATF
BA ' AS
3HOw\* keMARKABEE
INC REASE IN I>EPOSITS
Nearly Three Million Increase In
Resources I hiring The Pact
Year.
BY CAL r. YOU WO.
Int*UljrrTir«r Buros,
CHARLESTON. W. VA . July 12 —
According lo the report of the State
Commissioner of Ranking S V. Math
ews. covering the period h* tween June
7. 191 ^ and June 14. 1912. the state
banks and tiajst companies in West
Virginia have Mde •» ver> cred able
showing. Tin- dcf»>sits In' ri • • d fl.
R2W.18S.2S. while the nr 1 r i-e in
res"4tj< ea was 92.77" I here
was a decrease in the • • < j-ct
to check and dem t • ■ rv at*-*,
amounting to J9u.7t’ ' !• it the in
crease in time det ■■ < ■' i .ing*
deposits totalled #1
•\s shown by the • ..i t the re
sources increased fi « 72.772 *7
on June 7. 1811, t« * ■ . • on
June 14. 1 -12 I
in the state haul- , I • i - * •■'«mpante»
Increased about a »jn-tri. i < • 4 million.
s
half million thllars
There was i t increase of four
• t
the year covered hv the report, going
from Ivl to 1»7 Th<* new institutions
starting was gr»-nt<-r. l*ir three f l.gl
and one or two consolidated with some
e—
at Blueneld. ,it Spencer and at Harris
vllle. The afT lira have bei-n rinsed
up at the two la. t pla. hot the Blue
field Affair was not so easily adju-fed
and some of the officials are now
aw aiting trial, w hile the losses to the
stotkholders will probably reach the
(Continued on ZUiteentb 1
GOVERNOR WILSON
Will Confer With Charles R. Crane
and Charles Van Hise at His
Home To-Day.
SFA GIRT. .> i!y 1C -Charles B
Crane, of Chicago, who eon-ributed
heavily to Senator I.aFollette’j, cam
paign fund, and Charles Vnn Hlso,
president .f th- Fnlversity of Wis
constn. Senator latFolieit. a ardent
supporter, prior to the Chicago ron
'en ion. will take luncheon tomorrow
with Governor Wilson here, a short
time before the cvp. < te.| arrival of
Speak* r Cl.amp Clar \* w> of their
■ ■ |
»vr«* :* •*> nich*
C|* «e fr.• I *ls of the governor Saul
during the afternoon . \|r . r ,n,.
1 ii • r.o~f* rre*i his r* .. rei|c*> from
• Wisr -in »..*,.,* r to Governor
M:i- n. and «< <’! ho willing to d .
,;i he cnuM *o 1,-lng about tho . .*•
• • • - , • :
i ■ ing Mr Tare's ar
f * * * •* v<** • rr,«»r •* .fiv" iMoti
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SENATE OFFICIALLY
NOTIFIED OF PROTEST
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THE OUT THE PIKE WATER SITUATION
RINGING ENDORSEMENT
_OF TAFT AND SHERMAN
LA FOLLETTE NO
THIRD FARTYITE
_
OPPOSES ROOSEVELTS
NEW ORGANIZATION.
Assails the ( <induct of the Colonel
During the National
I Convention.
WASHINGTON. !> f. July ]2 —
I'nder »he caption. ‘The fas..* «,f Mr
ttoopevelt.” Sen ii i or I .a Kollette has
written the following .-ilorlal in the
• urrent number of l.i Koll. ttea Wc-lt.
ly:
' tiryan at rialtitnore. foregoing all
.••nance of In* own non nation, mar
••haling all tilt* force* braving Tam
party frotn their <!• •nomi'. itloti. .-arry
•' fho convention foi the adopt Ion ..i
'lie tia.pt pr. cream.. tM.n>«r.i.c plat.
f' rr > off <r»-'l •.! i i nonur. 11 ,oti
•' 'l.e niott I'rixr- *iv. t••-inner clr
• a mi PI t te aiaii.it.;. w « n towering
fmire of moral pot. - ...| patriotic ,|—
i • 'it t . civic r g .u*>npti..|>p
"Hoo*e\ •• ' at Clucillf. bache j f.v
derived tnm the Ptork r
I't o;m ra- ii „f i .. S'... I Inal ml
'•r t. r ».. . • r.'rol • f|ep ,1.|!.an con
n - t.tig a pr.
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TEDDY
PROTESTS AGAINST
SECTIONALISM NOW.
The Colonel Declined to Answer
the Statement of George B.
C 'ortelyou.
OYSTER HAY. X. Y, July 12 -A
protest against any hint of sen tonal
■ ism In 'ho new progressive party was
tnarh* today hy Colonel Roosevelt
who said that he did not "rare a rap**
«h»r- a man was burn or w her her his
father wore the blue or the gray, so
lone ns he was the right type. Col.
Roosevelt was told of a S|>eerh made
yes ordav by Major General Camel
E Sickles, of New York. a» the meet
ing f<r the organisation of the new
pnnv In this Mate Major General
S'l-klea was quoted ns saying Worn I
row Wilson was "born amid rebel sur
roundings, and that we of the n,,r h
have never been disposed to put such
a nian In the White House
^ Colonel Roosevelt said h** could not
dih. . s 'he speech. hut that it was
he desire ' »>:•• founders „f ,he pew
* ,r v to tna*e t!i«* melon on* one
>: *i Wei,!,) truly represent all see
*!"iis of th* Kiin'ri
The i all for e progressive ron
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•» *» h* f,» f*** h n.vitin i|<jf non *#.«•
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REPUBLICANS PASS A
FITTING RESOLUTION
Ohio County Committee Pledges
Support to National, State
and County Ticket.
\ iew» With Alarm the Formation
of the Third Party by Theo
dore Nonscvclt.
At a meeting of the Ohio County
nepnbMran Kxeeuttve committee,
held In*' evening In the office of Cir
cuit clerk .lohn I-. Kinghom. a num
ber of Important routine mat lers
were disposed of. The committee de
cided to c*t.ihl.*h headquarter* and
arrange for them at once and they
will he opened In the Hchmulhach
building August to. There headquar
,,'r" "ul be in charge of compoient
men. and will he op*-n at ait times
ami an a t.w. c unpa cn waged up •„
the day of the election
After disposing of routine bu*ine*a
the l. Uowint r« Kolii*Ion was off.i.-d
Whereas the National Kepmdu „n
[•ar’> in Content ton regul.irh 1.--.-II1
1 l'~l to.- in minated for President and
' 1‘t'Hdent Iloti.irabSe Wm it
Taft and J.une* s SI -rinafi.
’ ■' ' »M when
l,«rt % cf V\ #»m \ trcii. i by n»* :irin of
rnnnn. s «nn*!u. U*i hi.<
nominate! a Kpkcndld r'a'. til k.-t and
'•ounti take-. th.-r< fore i... .
. 1 ' ,,'i the Ml ;
l.i« - ’.Tjn i oftirn,*!••• of iif, ., » , ,
o»ir mow «drnn' »’ipf«>rv *•>
•i . Nrtf|ri|,4l. •* «*»• e. ,c.; it.u
« At: f k* • Vhe r* t AT • *f,. . J,
«1H .*r\t -*r. II of um II Ta • .
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• **r. «<m j-or - . •,«», ,a
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DEMOCRATS WILL HOLD
CONVENTION TUESDAY
ACCUSED
JURIST
ARC HBALD WILL NAME
DATE OF HEARING NOW
Majority of Republican Senators
ITefer to Postpone I*roceed
injts.
WASHINGTON. July 12.—The Im
peachment proceedings against Robert
M. Archhald of the Commerce Court
In the senate will depend, as to the
date, largely upon the preference ex
pressed by the accused jurist.
At least a majority of the Republi
can senators prefer to postpone the
formal proceedings until cooler weath
er. tn the meantime allowing both the
house which adopted the articles of
Impeachment with but one dissenting
vote, and the counsel for defense am
pie time for preparation.
The fteniocrattc senators are more
disposed to favor earlier action but
l>oth sides agreed today that Judge
Archbald's preference should be given
serious consideration. The differing
and for postponement until next Aut
umn. probably will be fought out on
the floor of the senate.
Th** offi Jul impeachment papers,
prepared by th" house * mplove* to
day will be perfunctorily submitted to
th.- Senate as soon as that body dis
poses of tb" Istrlmer car". The pen
d* ney of which blocks all oth»r hosi
n' so.
Prosecuting managers head'd by
Chairman ciavton, of the house judl
• inry committee will be escorted by
the sergeant at arms to the bar of
th.- Senate were ir. tn address to
the presiding officer a demand will
bo made that Judge Archhald h"
summon' d to answer to the impeach
ment \ committee of flve senators
wil be appointed to consider the house
resolution. This committee probably
will l>e headed by Senator Clark, of
U vomlnc. chairman of the Judiciary
committee
Chief Justice Fuller administered
the oaths of .Tudg- to the Senators in
the last impeachment, that of Judge
Sway re. but If the Archbald rase is
heard this summer, it is not probable
that a member of th" supreme court
| of the I'nit.'d States w ill he called
upon to perform tills dutv. The rub's
of Hi.- senate provide that the presid
ing offi.- r shall administer the oath
Tills is set tn-Id" in th.- Swayne case.
>«» o* < JPi—n r* .»« ne»i
Sfi nt *rs a** !•» who *h ill prcalde over
the p^n.-it**. pitting in trial.
LORIMER
SEN \TE FAILED TO VOTE
ON THE LEA KESOLI TION.
Illinois Statesman Makes Eloquent
Plea That He Is Innocent
of CharKrs.
WASIIIVSTON .Inly Tim »M»
»••• f.t.n-d ,U I'll In.1.1V |o vole nn the
l.< .» r< - .!»• Ti • > declare vacant the
s»-.» nf \\ iiiam Urinur. of Illinois
, I - n*Mcr i' .’ti fur Senator I nrinoT.
«h.i t I..- fiw.r for five |;n .r». with
f*«. . nti'l.l.illirn if fllli epeei'h de
f. . : < I..* I 'ti ndu- • J If.e wru’»
in r- ■ m 4"' nr loch unfit W
n r . - lo n rrna MmrTunK
\n efT.1 n » be niad’* to n»rh the
\ t, m. rrnw bi' .« I.,'tor jt
- , • s. . r Keen of Indara.
i r»i Mr teirUT' r *
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' rg «* t t.ifi r | «Kol I* ♦ * -
• %■ We. a Mr i ..r:n r rfiar«M
• r K* rn * ppta -a t* ~
f' thp !a * T»f*r n« tl*l|
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ft- «ro ,«i f '• ♦ * 4* • .
■ a** ># iaf‘-»f Kttfl •»» j tit to
r* • i* n 1*9+ *'-*■ pat*** • '
► **r*a*m^ #f a tf- a«id a* •
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“tiOLD IM’ST THINS HAVE
THEIR SLATE ALL READY.
-vandals of the Democratic I/Cjri*
lature Handicap to the
l*arty.
Charle* Brooks Smith.
P-^RKERSRURG, W. VA.. July 15.—
The feature on the card for the week
la the Democratic state nominating
convention which la to be held at
Huntington next Tuesday. There has
been comparatively no Interest among
, the party men In these nominations.
There isn't a contest worth crossing
the street to sec Ip till the Chicago
convention, there was little hope tn
the party of being able to win with
Its state ticket, despite the fact that
hope was strong that the party would
be successful nationally. The over
whelming popular vote received by
Dr H. D. Hatfield In the Republican
primary, proved a damper to what
little hope there was. and it was very
little, that the party had much of a
chance to elect a governor. The rec
ord of the icKit.iaiuie, with Its sena
torial and ether scandals. It was felt
all along w as too great a load for the
party to carry, even If the tendency
presidentlajly was believed to be In
its direction
Since the Chicago convention, how
ever, the lenders have tw-esm to cheer
up over the future of their state ticket,
but not to sueh an extent that anybody
is falling over himself to secure a
nomination for a state ontre. Know
ing the past performances of tho
party In this srate In time to split,
when it got together with comparatlvo
case and despatch and elerteu its tic
ket, the belief holds among the Demo
cratic leaders that the Republicans
will not let the troubles of Taft and
Roosevelt interfere wrtn thetr har
mony and enthusasm over their state
ticket, which Is proven by the Immense
vote cast In the primary to be the
strongest and most popular that has
been placed in the field for many
years.
The Gold Oust Twins.
The (act that there was no contest
| over the gubernatorial nomination
also served to keep down Interest in
1 ’he convention that Is to he held next
Tuesday. The two Senators throttled
i any cause for the party men getting
excited and aroused when they ear v
settled on W. R. Thompson, of Hunt
i ington. and let it he known that ho
| would have their backing The oth
ers ta'ked of in connexion with tho
nomination immediately began to fade
from the scene ana Tlmnm... i—.
(Continued from Twelfth Pare )
PROHIBITION
CONVENTION
NAME CHAFIN’ AND
WATKINS CANDIDATES
These Two Men Were the Stand
ard Hearers in ( ampaipn
Four Years Ago.
ATLANTir riTY. N . Jutv 12
Th«* N *finn i Prohibition rnni^nijou
«or rn ’«!>«»•** here tonight
wj*h n**m.nation of the party
et.*n i r»l t**aren» of four year* ago -
Knren** \\ I'hafln. of Artaona. for
I reei.'ert and Aari.n s Uatkin*. of
Ohu» f *r Vlre l*reetd< lit In eackl
’ll* t r nation man made hy
1
mdirar 1 th*‘ pr*f»-rear* of the <JeJo
I o’ir rAtt4l4>t*kf f »r Pree dert m**r«t
!'»*♦* 1 bnontution »tain*t \fr.
t nafn T* • wet. p \v Ktnrnam,
>.* « .u ’ — »e F t • v * Jlni-r.ck
* * f Mar* .a’d Aaron S Waflr'fta,
r%t erd Andrew Jaek*w>n H<mia«
r * ' Te* a* Kerb i tu*-jj
df« * ill* f naoiee
T # endtra ",an*l»dd'* *n net Mr.
" * * ' * f**r \ - * I*— • T •#* Mr.
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