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JHE ,WASHiyGTdy HERALD. FRIDAY. JULY 26. 1912.
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WILSON TO STUMP
Soil Moose Leaden Hit on Plan to
Bun Progressive Campaign
in Roosevelt States.
W. B. Moses & Sons
If Your Rag Rues or Bath
-Mats Need Washing
We Can Do It. '
517 10th St. 1114 14th St.
43 G St.
Phone North 282-3
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL" BLDO.
Democratic Nominee l?ivei Up Idea
of Making "Dignified" Stay-at-home
MAINE FIRST STATE ON TOUR
OF NEW JERSEY GOVEBNOB
New York, Misisoun Indmana,
Alabama, and Ohio Also Includ
ed on Speaking Trip.
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Works: 403 llth SLH.W. f
Formerly 442 9th St. N. W. 2
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W F SWEET
Leading Opticians for Ove a m
ter of a Century.
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HEALY'S DYSPEPSIA REMEDY
THIRD ST. AND MASS. AVE. N. W.
DAINT BRUSH FREE
In fact, any and every thins you
need to beautify things about the
Hodpkin's rAS"LY paint store.
Expert Electric Vehicle Repairing
Storage Batteries repaired and re
newed. Ignition and Lighting Batter
ies Charged and Built to Order.
SOUTHWORTH KEISER CO.
Phone M. 239. Rear 1310 L St. N. W.
Seagirt, N. J., July 15. Contrary to
his original Intention, Gov. Woodrow
Wilson will not conduct a "dignified"
stay-at-home campaign for the Presi
dency, though many of his friends have
advised this course. The Governor will
pront by the experience of Judge Parker,
who, when nominated for the Presidency
In 1904 remained at Esopus for the bet
ter part of the campaign, going to New
York only when the fight seemed to be
Gov. Wilson has been asked to de
liver his keynote speech In the Academy
of Music. Brooklyn, but he will probably
be unable to do this, though New York
State will come In for a lot of his at
tention later on. The Governor will first
go to Maine, where the election takes
place on the first Tuesday In September.
With Gov. Plalsted. who will undoubt
edly be a candidate for re-election.
Gov. Wilson will make a thorough tour
of that State In the hope of carrying
Maine and thus encouraging the other
doubtful States to fall In line. To carry
Maine by a substantia vote would be
equivalent It Is figured, to a national
victory. Maine Is generally Republican
by a safe margin. Even If Plalsted
should be defeated for re-election, a
good showing would be a hopeful sign.
Gov. Wilson will probably go to Maine
the second or third week In August.
To Speak In Xot York.
The first New York speech will be de
livered In the Academy of Music Brook
lyn, as soon as the Maine election has
been disposed of. Despite Gov. Wilson's
official attitude of noninterference
State sltuatiois, his friends say that he
will take more than a passing Interest
In the State nominations In New York.
He has had a number of conferences
with Senator O'Gorman with respect to
these. O'Gorman is on friendly term
with Thomas Mott Osborne and his as
sociates, who are trlng to wrest con
trol of the State from Tammany Leader
Murphy and defeat Gov. Dlx for renom-
If Wilson Is elected O Gorman as the
United States Senator will supervise the
distribution of Federal patronage Wil
son, It Is said, has a notion that with
the help of this patronage he can ulti
mately make O'Gorman the State leader.
In the meanwhile, however, O'Gorman's
function will be to harmonize the con
flicting elements In the State, and force
the nomination of a man who will ad
vance rather than retard Wilson's elec
tion. Wilson's friends say It would be
blight on the Presidential ticket to
have an Indifferent candidate running
for Governor In New York. It Is an Im
portant State and Is giving Wilson a
lot of anxiety.
, Republican Fight Helps.
Wilson's friends count on the Demo
cratic nominee profiting greatly by the
bitter fight that will doubtless be waged
by Barnes and Roosevelt. Barnes, who
was responsible for Roosevelt's defeat
In the Chicago convention, will be the
object of the Roosevelt attack, and, of
course, Barnes will retaliate. It Is hoped
that the effect will be to dlsgut Re
publican voters and force them Into the
Gov. Wilson will stump Connecticut in
company with Gov. Simeon E Baldwin.
He will tour Missouri with Speaker
Champ Clark, in order to assure the
country that he and his most Important
convention adversary are on the most
friendly terms. The same policy will be
pursued with Oscar W. Underwood, only
ot course. It will be necessary to make
a hard light In so safely a Democratic
State as Alabama Indiana will be
stumped with Gov Thomas R. Marshall,
the Vice Presidential nominee. Gov.
Marshall Is not much of an orator, but
the oters will want to see him In
Ohio, Wilson and Gov Judson Harmon
will Jon forces and appear Jointly at
the big rallies
During the period intervening between
the official notification on August S and
the opening of the fight In Maine. Wil
son's time will be largely occupied In
conierence wun tne various State lead
STATE OFFICE CANDIDATES
TO GO ON BOOSEVELT LIST
Lieut. Got. Gordon, of Minnesota,
Tells Colonel that State
Is for Him.
Pity fr Lnbnr fln.
A holiday on Labor Day, without hav
ing their salaries "docked." Is proposed
for gocrnment employes in navy sards
and in the Government Printing Office, In
a oiu miroouceo in tne Mouse by Repre
sentative Kedneld of New Jersey Red
field Insists the employes should receive
their regular pay on Labor Day. Instead
of being forced to celebrate at their own
MUTUAL UPHOLSTERING CO.,
roo-a oth st. nr.w. Phone tspo m.
PONGED 4t TRESSED. "
PONGED A PRESSED.
F MILLER Yet AT. A.
C. B.H.I.CB, North 0S2-M.
YOUR TEETH ARE THE BASIS OF
Asd It pr to let in expRt dcatlK
ttrad them. I gito xoa tattint and
pcimtEe&t relief from all teeta trouble.
I Co nothing but thtt hfebext cUu
work, absolutel painleai. at modnatt
Fncea, Gat or local antithetic
Crona, XI to H yultnca, SO cents on,
riita. (3 on.
Dr. J. Nelson Myen. 857 Pa. Ave. N. W.
To cere costlveness the medicine mart tx
more than a purgative; It must contain tonic
alterative and cathartic properties.
Tuff s Pills
y possess these qnatltlesBnd speedily restort
to the bowels their natural peristaltic motion,
-o essential to recBJartty.naav
The seven "prosecutors" cf the House
Judiciary Committee, in charge of the
trial in the Senate of Judge Archbald. of
the United States Commerce Court to
day decided to request Attorney General
Wickersham to appoint Wrisley Brown,
an assistant attorney general, to assist
tnem in conducting the trial. Brown con
ducted the preliminary investigation of
Oyster Bay, July The method of
running the third party ticket next faU
In States where the progressive party
is dominant waa revealed to-day by Col.
Koosevelt. The Inclination of the Rooae-
elt leaders all along has been to Ignore
President Taft as the regular nominee
cf the Republican party and to put the
colonel at the head of the Republican
ticket In every one of the progressive
States. Investigation of the State laws
have shown their scheme cannot be
To get around the Inexorable law, the
Bull Moose leader have hit upon the
Idea of putting the Roosevelt electors.
In each of the progressive States, upon
third ticket and trailing along wim
all the candidates for State and Con
gressional officers which In every In
stance will be Roosevelt men.
Roosevelt disclosed the third party
scheme after a talk with Lieut. Gov.
Gordon, of Minnesota, who visited Saga
more Hill to see what the colonel want
ed done about the ticket there.
To Have Third Ticket.
"In Minnesota, as well as In Kansas,
Idaho, California, and Washington, we
are to have Roosevelt electors run upon
the third ticket," said the colonel.
The laws In each of these States pre
vent the Republican ballot. The leaders
in those States insist that I am entitled
to head the regular Republican ticket.
They wanted to have me at the top of
their Republican tickets as a rebuke to
the forces that stole the nomination for
"In every State controlled by the pro
gressives we are to put up Roosevelt men
as candidates for all the State offices,
running upon the Republican tickets.
Every man of them will go on the third
rarty ticket along with our own set of
electors, who, in many Instances, were
named at the spring primaries. The
Roosevelt electors will resign from the
Republican ticket. The Taft electors will
have to be put on the Republican ticket
To Sapport Profrreseives.
"I shall support every progressive can
didate who is thus named on the national
progressive party's ticket. In turn, every
progressive candidate will support the
electors on my ticket."
Lieut Gov. Gordon talked encourag
ingly to the colonel about conditions
"No trouble to beat Wilton and Taft
In Minnesota." said Gordon before going
to the Hill Top to see the tormer Pres
ident. "Roosevelt has the State three to one
The La Follette sentiment there, or what
there was of It, died down. Only a few
La Follette leaders are opposing Roose
velt now and they don't count. '
"Excepting for State Chairman Smith,
who Isa Taft supporter, every one of the
organization in Minnesota is for the Col
onel Smith is a Tanney man and natur
ally Is working against Roosevelt
"Before the progressive part) conven
tion In the State on Jul 30. every one
of the Roosevelt electors named at the
primaries will resign and be put on the
Roosevelt ticket. No question exist; ot
our ability to carry the State for Roose
velt. You don't hear Wil-on or Taft
talked of In Minnesota "
Gordon Is one of six candidates In the
field in Minnesota for the Gubernatorial
nomination. With Roosevelt's backing lie
thinks he has a chance of being the candidate
(,rln at Ilrnii Report.
Roosevelt is wanted to make a speech
at the Minnesota Stale Fair on September
C and he told Gordon he would prob
ably make It. That indicates the former
president will start his Western cam
paign early in September, working his
ay out to the coast by the end of ili
month Indications now are that the col
onel will wind up his campaign in the
Cast, after a tour of the South
Roosevelt announced to-night that Gov
Garvin of Rhode Island will make the
speech at the third party convention sec
onding the colonel's nomination for the
Prcsldencj. Comptroller Prendergast of
New York will put the ex-President In
The purpose of the Wilson campaign
managers to have William Jennlnss Brv
an pursue the colonel on his campaign
trips made Roosevelt grin
"Who. Brjan" he exclaimed "Oh.
yes. Let him go."
AND FRICK GAYE
Former Treasurer of Republican
Campaign Testifies Before
Great Reorganization Sale.
Stock to be Reduced $200,000
COMPANY WILL REORGANIZE.
Owing to the reorganization of this corporation, we propose to sell a
large quantity of goods at big reductions.
To start with, we intend to sell all stock now on hand at such a deep
cut in prices as has not been seen in any special sale ever before held here.
We are strengthening' our sales forces and putting the delivery department in
shape to handle the extra call upon it with dispatch.
In order to meet the wishes and convenience of the public we will begin
now the regular Fall Clearance of all stock on hand. By this method we ex
pect to avoid, in a large measure, the delays and other annoyances which
seem to be inseparable from the crowding of so dense a volume of business
into too short a space of time. We hope, by this arrangement, to give the
public better service than ever before in all departments; to avoid rush and
hurry on deliveries, and, by extending the period of the sale, to place before
our patrons an array of the choicest, up-to-date merchandise such as cannot
be excelled-in any city of the country.
It is needless to add that the same high standard of quality and fair
treatment which has made this house notable for over 50 years will be main
tained with jealous care. At all times we will lay before our patrons the very
best which the markets of the world afford, at prices that allow only a reason
able margin of profit, without which no legitimate business can be carried on.
To the thousands of patrons here and elsewhere, whose trade and friend
ship have enabled us to buildup the largest and most complete retail furniture
establishment in America, we desire to express our heartfelt thanks. We assure
them, also, that our highest ambition in the future, as in the past, will be to
meet their wishes and to guarantee them absolute and entire satisfaction in
every dealing which they may have with this house.
Lists of the goods that will be offered in this Reorganization Sale will be
shown daily in our advertisements. On many of our special lines, such as
refrigerators, fireless cookers, draperies, curtains, rugs, and mattings, we will
mail booklets on request.
We cordially invite the public at large to look through the 36 large
salesrooms of the store in order to get an idea of the immense stock of high
grade goods we are carrying, and the very low prices at which they are being
sold during this gfeat Reorganization Sale.
W. B. MOSES & SONS.
All Departments Contribute to This Sale.
Brass Beds About Half
These arc the finest Brass Deds made, and these prices are
phenomenally low for any of the:i.
Were. Now .
27.00 .'... 15.95
44 00 13.25
32 00 14.75
20.00 9 00
$40 00 $17.50
40.00 15 00
33 00 19.40
16 00 8.00
60 00 20.65
Cool Rugs for Hot Weather
Fresh From the Prairies of America.
CARLOAD PURCHASES enables us to quote these Rugs
at LOWER PRICES than were ever before offered.
Report Deficiency Bill.
Carrying appropriations of W.1SI.S31, the
last appropriation bill before the Hous.
the general deficiency bill was reported
to-day by the House aproprlatlons com
mittee, xne committee pruned the bill
to the extent of J3.600.000 from the
"Trimmings all along the line were
made." said Chairman Fitzgerald. In
cluded In the bill Is $150,000 for the anni
versary celebration of the battle of Get
tysburg next year.
I Colored Clnlt for Roosevelt.
The Young Colored Men's Republican
Club of the District has decided to
rescind Its Indorsement of President
Taft and to lend Its support to Theodore
Roosevelt. The organization yesterday
sent a letter to James W. Poe. presi
dent of the Consolidated Republican
Cluhs of the United States, with which
It Is affiliated, explaining the shift in
the political stand. The local club will
send two delegates to the third annual
convention to be held In New York
City September IS, 19, and M Instructed
to vote for the Indorsement of Roose
Street Cr Magnate Arretted.
Spartanburg, S C., Juiy S. W J. Mas
sey, said here to be a Georgia street
railway millionaire, was taken oft a
New York train passing through here late
this afternon and arrested on a Ten
nessee criminal charge after Georgia had
18x36 in. Special 19c
21x45 in. Special 28c
27x54 in. Special 49c
30x60 in. Special 69c
36x72 in. Special 89c
That J. Plerpont Morgan. H.ni-r n
Frick. and E. H. Harriman were con
tributors to the Republican campaign
fund in 19M was stated as "probable"
vesterday by George R. Sheldon, a New
York banker and formerly treasurer of
the Republican National Committee.
Sheldon appeared before the Senate com
mittee Investigating campaign contribu
tions. "Did jou get the names of Morgan
and Frick from men officially connected
with the campaign T" asked Senator
"Mr. Frick told me he had enntrih.
uted." Sheldon answered, "and I had th ... . ... ., ... .. .u
other formation of m.. ...Al6 about this contribution until after the
gin's firm that Morgan was a "con
tr.butor." "Do jou know the amounts contributed
by Morgan and Frlckr' asked Senator
54x90 in. Special S1.95
6x9 ft. Special 2.95
8x10 ft. Special 4 25
9x12 ft. Special 5.75
9x15 ft. Special 6.75
Stencil Border Grass Rugs
In Green, Tan, Blue, Red.
6x9 ft. Special $3.1519x12 ft. Special $6.75
8x10 ft. Special 5.25 1 9x15 ft. Special 7.95
Bargains in Fine Fabrics
We offer a selection of Upholster- materials at greatly re
1 piece each of Colonial Tapestry in Red, Green, Brown, and
Cream; former price, $1.50; reduced to $1.20 per yard.
Plain Tapestn, Col. Dark Green $1.65 $1.25
Red Tapestry Louis XVI 2.00 L37
Persian Tape:try, Miiall 2.00 1.45
Oriental Tapestry 2.25 1.65
Brow n Tapestry, Early English 2.25 1.85
Wool Tapestry, Mosaic 2.75 2.00
Silk Tapestry, Marie Antoinette 2.75 2.15
Silk Tapestry, Adams 2.75 2.25
Silk Tapestry, Louis XV 3.85 3.00
5,000 Yards Carpets
All qualities, some full rolls. These we have separated into
grades and marked at prices which are bound to move them
The kind which stands up for
years under the hardest wear;
every color effect.
Beautiful designs, suitable for
library, dining room or hall and
In a variety of color effects,
including the much-desired wood
Probably the most satisfactory
wearing carpet for halls and
No, sir. ' replied Sheldon. "Chiiin
Odell. of the New York State Commit
tee, wno was imeresiea in tne election
of Hlgglns for Governor went to Cor
nelius miss, treasurer of the National
Committee, and asked for more money
for use In New York State. oaM mm
to Bl'ss that Roosevelt -would certainly
carry ine ciaie. out mat tne State ticket
was In doubt. Bliss said he had no
money to give him. but that he w-mii.i
see Harriman about It. Harriman raised
JSJ.COO. which was paid to the State
r. R. Kept In Dark.
"Was there .correspondence between
Harriman and the then President of the
United States!" asked Senator Paynter.
"Mr. Roosevelt never knew anything
What was there about a letter that
disappeared from Mr. Harriman's of
fice:" "I don't know an) thing about it."
"Wasn't publication of this letter the
first Information that tne public received
that Harriman had contributed?"
"I have na knowledge on the subject."
"What do you know about Hirrlman's
connect on with the 1M4 campaign?"
"It has all been printed," Sheldon sa'd.
Sheldon explained that he was treas
urer of the Republican National Com
mittee In the 190S campaign. The amount
of contributions received for that race,
bo sa'd. was J1.C35.51S. He delivered to
the ccmtilttce two enormous folios,
bound In black leather. One ot these, he
declared, showed every dollar received
and how ever)- dollar was expended In
the 190S campaign. The other volume,
he sa'dT carried the expenditures lumped.
Senator Clapp asked Sheldon whether
In the 1901 campaign any contributions
had been made by the Steel. Tobacto,
Harvester, or Standard Oil Trust, any
manufacturers' associations. or the
American Protective League. Sheldon
answered he had no personal knowledge
of contributions by any of those con
cerns. Senator Clapp said that when the
list of contrlbuto-s to the 19CS campaign
had been examined he v ould ask Shel
don to tell the connections of men who
gave 15,000 or more
"Senator, you will not find many con
tributors who gave large sums," Shel
don declared. "The 1 st of contributors
contains 16.(00 names, and, as I told you
before, tile total contributions were H,-CJ.51S."
Clsnr Company Or(tnnlir.
Trenton, N. J.. July S. The United
States cigar Stores of America was In
corporated her to-day. The capital
MERRYMAKERS SHAKEN UP.
Street Car Cra.h.
New Tork. July 13. Seven passengers
were seriously hurt and many others
were cut and bruised and hurled about
to-day when a De Kalb Avenue street
car. crowded with Coney Island merry
makers, ran Intos an open switch at
Neptuno and Coney Island Avenues,
The car bounced from the rails, plunged
along over the roadbed for fifty feet,
and came to a halt only when It struck
an Iron telegraph jiole with terrific force.
The shock threw the passengers to the
floor In a struggl'ng mas. which re
quired several minutes to straighten out.
Had it gone fifty feet farther. It would
have plunged, into the waters of Coney
largest Morning Circulation.
Body Found by Railway Tracks.
Sprlngfeld. Ma's.. July 25. The body
of Curtis Nichols, of West Newton, a
salesman, was found near the Boston
and Albany tracks at the West Spring
field station to-day The body was clad In
rajamas. An Investigation made by the
police caused the belief that Nichols
might have commlted suicide by climbing
out of the window of an exprets train
which left the South station at 11:13 last
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