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to tie ftmiiwt JUlli ef Oe
When WoodtwW' WBsoa enters the
White House aest Kareh as President
be will face the question of throwlnar
out of oaloa thousands of Republicans
holdlnc iobs-under the STovernment. It
win be purely 'a aueetlonof llstenlnar tn
the. clamor of party, associates hungry
r jui,, ana xne omy. alternative win
bo to turn the deaf ear and respect the
spirit as well as the letter of cMl
service sppolntmants: His predecesaors
la offlee for the last- sixteen raara have
radualir tncreaaed the number of men
under the .classifled dvll servlea and to
that extent lessened the number of po
President Wilson, will have It clearly
in Me power to work havoc In the de
partments - and in various branches of
the government without ' tranurMrinr
law or lnfrlnstaff upon the" ranks of the
classified service. Like some of his pre
decessors, notably .Cleveland, Harrison
and McKInley. he wOl face conditions
that make the presidential chair any
thing but an easy seat during the first
year or two of its Incumbency. Not' to
listen to the cry of the spoilsmen wfll be
to make enemies In the ranks of tri
umphant' Democracy, and' adherence to
what would appeal to any man of high
ideals and sense of honor, would be -to
stand alone and require more courage
than most men possess.
Moaer Vala of Patrons.
Upwards of thirty millions of dollars
win oe tne money-value or the patronaaa
that will be at the disposal of President
elect Wilson when he comes Into the
White House. This represents an army
of offlee seekers, aggregating; about 11-
000. These two facts, more than any one
oiner tning, uuucaie tne ternnc pressure
that will be brought to bear noon the
White House, and tne unceasing hours of
tou ana iaior tnat is nerore tne new Chief
ExecuUve, without' -regard to onestlone
of public policy and legislation along the
lines 01 tne party pieagea and the public
utterances of the candidate.
The offices named in the aceompanyinsJ
uuio ire noi proieciea or tne civil ser
vice. They are at the bestowal of the
President and the demand for their im
mediate transfer from Republican Incum
bents to Democratic aspirants win natur
ally be insistent. By. a stroke' of the pen
many more could be. removed from the
shelter of the civil service.
President McKInley, who succeeded
Cleveland, found so many Republicans
clamoring for. the offices from which
for four years they , had been ejected,
that he made many exceptions and In
great measure under pressure, negatived
tne zorce of tne clvu service law.
When Cleveland 'succeeded. Hantaan
he went to the other extreme sad de
clined to vtolata,elther the letter or the
spirit-of that.law-'aad. but- few Deeno-
adxnlatatiaUTe:nada who were 'raauua'
slble either. as chief of. subordinate offi
cials lor-tne .policy of the administration.
How Mr. Wilson will act on the return
to power of his party and the long' ab
sence rrom tne public crib.' Is a question
that -remains to be answered.
laeresao of Civil Service Pealtlasa.
The civil service act his been In force
twenty-eight years. At first 'it was ap
plied to less than 10 per cent of the gov
ernment positions. Although no exact
figures are at hand, It has been extended
by one President after another until It
Ir.cludes nearly all except a few higher
pociuons, sucn as nrst, second, and third
class postmasters. Internal revenue and
customs collectors, fiscal agents, and cer
tain supervisory officers In various
branches of the government.
President Taft transferred bodily more
than 60,000 fourth-class nostmasterai from
the Held of political appointments to the.
classbled service, and he added more than
1,000 other positions to the classifled list.
making a record as against all Presi
To the casual reader this might seem
entirely reasonable, and President-elect
wnson, it would seem, ought not even to
consider Interfering with the executive
orders of his predecessors In this respect
There Is another aspect to the matter,
however, which is being deeply consider
ed by many of the Democratic leaders
who sre advisers of the next President
Democrats Want the Jobs.
Many thousands of the employes now
under the classifled rules are merely Re
publican political appointees transferred
to this classification which now serves
to keep- them In office.
"Why should we continue in office this
Republican machine, built up by Mc
KInley, Roosevelt and Taft?" Is the ques
tion which the Democratic leaders are
Most of them are answering it by say
ing that there is no reason for such a
thing. They sre especially eager to have
Mr. Wilson, when, he gets Into the White
House, rescind the order by which Presi
dent Taft lifted 60,000 -fourth-class post
masters "out of politics."
"We are' not opposed to civil aervice
reform." is the way ' one prominent
member of. the House and a Senator
elect expressed it a day or two before
election, "but if Wilson wins, we are
going to ask him. to rescind some of
those Republican orders lonr enona-h tn
get in' a few Democrats. Then he can
go in for dvll service' reform as strong
as he pleases." .
When William McKInley succeeded
Orover Cleveland, sixteen years ago, and
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Presidential Patronage List.
Nine Cabinet officers at $12,000 each....
State, .Department sixteen, persons, ....
Treasury Department 122 persons
Collectors. of Customs and assistants....
War Department) four , persons. ..". .....'
Navy. Department four persons..
Interior Department sixty-two persons
Agricultural Department twenty-eight
. Library of Cnnimuaa. An .
i. ; "-- "." JIWWB, .. ... . . .
, Library- employes, aot uader drll service
Civil Service Commission, taraa persons..
White House staff, four sersons...
Post-office Department, twelve .persons . . .. ...... tt. . . .';,.,. . .
'partmant or Justice, fifty-two .pm...?.?.:-?:..,
Commerce and Labor, slxty-ssvea piirsoM..:.;.!;............
'Ambassadors and Ministers: fortr-thewe aeroons. :.'.,. :1
Secretaria, to embassies nd lswet;(alJCtjV-fcairaaa:.ti. vu'tfy
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of Na.advMM Ik
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.TJesMr the ctvu servlosr rales as. oey
ts4 to-4ar. lets not the elerksiajsttlBg
salertes from w: to. W;adUs..a
year-'hat ea. Wsasllrsawls isd. bat
atabout HJM a
MMkaad ran aawsrd. 'as for, tha moat
am utr an'sscsuaawL , .
'Alter Mas: aaipuaauuaut .at cabtaet.om-
srat tatar tne; new- Pauioeieiin
ties wih oo-whi be to ns
aaaomtmabt clerks la the various
aartmeats, whose busineea it will 13
cast about and sea "how the lead ass."
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CaaOasisa'fiwaa. Baca Oaa.
ats for a while." was' the reply. "I
am colnc. tn da a lot of thinking." and
then, after .a. short passe, "not that I
haven't does a lot already."
The' Governor then returned to the pus
of telegrams' that hid an" Immense table
from view. -As the 'correspondents 'Were
departing, he turned and said with a
"Some one has seat mo a telegram
serine I have carried Hawaii, Lithuania
The President-elect went for his long
walk at !: o'clock this afternoon.
Capt McDonald .and five newspaper cor
respondents accompanied him. There
would have been, fewer correspondents if
they had known what a chase .the Gov
ernor was going to lead them.
THAN DOUBLE VOTE
New Tork. Not. & Returns which Al
tered In from the nation, indicate that
the Socialist. Vote cast at Tuesday's elec
tion will more than double that of four
years ago. In 1908 their standard bearer
Eugene V. Debs, received 00,000 votes.
This year he did not draw the vote the
Socialist leaders have been anticipating.
LOOO.000. but his total Is expected to
Although the Socialists lost their sole
members in the New Tork Legislature.
and In Congress, they succeeded in elect
ing two members to the Illinois Legist
turey two In California, one In Massa
chusetts, six in Wisconsin, and possibly
one in Washington.
SOUTH DAKOTA ZS0GKaUVJf8
ELECT V. 8T SEKATOft;
, Sioux, raBs..S Dak Not. 1-rRetnrns
la Soutk.Dr3tota.sre far. from complete.
tat estimating from such returns as
have been received, the total rots. for
the Presidential candidates will stand
about as follows: "Roosevelt 60,000; Wilson,-
85,000. There were no Taft electors
in the field, because the Roosevelt .Re
publicans controlled the party machinery
and placed' five Roosevelt electors tm the
regular Republican ticket '
The Governorship is in aouot roe Re
publicans claim they have elected Frank
M. Byrne by not less than "1.000 over
Edwin 8. Johnson, Democratic candidate,
while the Democrats claim Johnson's
election by not less than UOO.
Incomplete returns leave little doubt
that the Republicans wlu control 4he
Legislature, and that Thomas Sterling, a
Progressive, will be elected United States
Senator to succeed Senator Gamble.
0EEQ0N SENATOESHIP HANGS
DT BALANCE; STATE FOR WILSON
Portland, preg., Nov. a. The fate of the
womsn suffrage amendment to the Con
stitution In Oregon Is still in doubt "Re
turns from' various sections of the State
are confusing, the changes coming with
such, frequency as to make it Impossible
to forecast the general result At
woman suffrage headquarters there Is
elation, but It Is admitted by the leaders
of .the movement that the battle. Is not
won and may not be won. until tne late
vote is counted. It probably will be
several daya before the final result can be
learned. i '-
Late returns Indicate' Wilson Is safe
in first place, with Roosevelt second and
Taft third. The United States Senator
ship la any man's contest with only a
few votes separating Harry Lane (Dem.)
and Ben Selling (Rep.).
Indications are that, the Republican
Representatives have been elected. The
single tax amendment was snowed un
der. The Socialist vote In Oregon will
run over 8.000.
WILL NAME SUCCESSOR
TO SHERMAN NOVEMBER 12
New Tork, "Not. 8. The defeat of Pros-,
ident Taft will not alter the plane of the
Republican .National Committee, to se
lect' a running mate for him In' -place ot
the late James's. Sherman.
This was the announcement made at
the Republican national headquarters
The national committee WO! meet -In
Chicago November 12, and choose a man
to succeed tba late Mr. Sherman.
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few, ii.it. i tui ! 3tXi . 1 isSra a . i-,K
aieig ThwH Lict
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Willi six States mvelTiac sevea TJaltad
StatasSeastorsMpe ana la deoM. rs
tarasf ap V aiatohomr. last' alght
stroagfy ladsaataa that the Deaaocrats
wta have a werkieg aaaorHy of. at least
fouryTotss ta the Stxty-thlrd Coagress.
la four Stiyes, nnaes, TOaassobv New
Hampshire,, and Wyoralag. the uncer
tainty centers around the political com
plexloa of the StaU Legislature elected
Tuesday1 Tlltanla wlH elaet tan Sn.
tors-ana, each of the other States one.
In; Nebraska and Oregon the general re
turns win forecast -accurately the Bsaa
tortal selection, as tba names of the
eaadldatas are printed on the ballot slid
ths-' Stat legislators sre legally bound
to carry out tba choice of their, electorate
la selecting the Senator,
Of the membership of the Senate
nlnety-stx elxtT-flve seats are not la-
volved; the IncumbenU either having bsaa
siscieo or Dtsxa iegisiaiures last wiatsr
for slx.year terms from Match's next or
having still two aad four-years to serve
on. their terms. Of this stxtv-flva. thirty
are Kepublloans .and thlrty-nve Demo
This leaves -thlrtr-one seata to be .filled
as the rtsult of, Tuesday a elections. To
these seats, from latest returns. Demo
crats seem certain of election in fifteen
cases and Republicans la nine, leaving
the political complexion of seven seata In
Eliminating the doubtxui seats; tne
Democrats have fifty votes and the Re
publicans the Republican column In
cludes Regulars and Progressives
thirty-nine, a majorlta of eleven votes.
Conceding all the doubtful seats to. the
Republicans, the latter would have
forty-six .votes to tne Democratic
strength ox fifty, leaving the latter a
majority of four votes.
Because of the conflicting issues In
some States," and the close race In di
rect election States. It Is Impossible from
present returns to shade either side in
The foregoing summary tabulated Is
Not as tor . -
reefectiiBL. A basketed.
State. Ban, Dan. Bap. DeavDnbt
Alabama. . z
Colorado.. ...... .. '
Connecticut.-.. 2 ,.,
Nevada.. .. . ,1
New Jersey.... ... - 1
New Mexico... .1
New Tork ,1 ' 1
North Carolina .. 1.
North Dakota. v' - ' r
Ohlo ...!T,T1 I -
Oklahoma. ;.-J .. 1
aJ UtZl k,1
Virginia .., ..
West Virginia. ... .,
Wisconsin ' 2
Wyoming. .....i', X u
PROGRESSTfXg IpLD lALANCE
OF POWER IN MICHIOAN
Detroit Nov. 1IL-h'e' Progressives and
Democrats haysmade such galas In the
Legislature that the -Republicans have
lost control, and there .probably will be
a three-cornered deadlock between the
Progressives, Democrats' Arid' Republicans
on the United States Senatorship.
Forty districts hava not. reported.
The Progressive nominee for the Senate
is Theodore M. Joslln, of Adrian, while
William A Wen Smith is, the. Republican
The Socialist vote In Michigan waa a
In counting the ballots' the election 'offi
cials paid no attention "to" it and no
report will be made on It until the offi
cial count la returned.
Woman suffrase. oa the face of the
returns thus far. appears to have lost
KENTUCKY GIVES WILSON
PLURALITY 07 100,000
Frankfort Ky., Nov. . Woodrow TO-
son has carried Kentucky by'a plurality
of-between 90,000 and 100,000.
The returns received from the entire
State with exception of the counties la
the tenth and eleventh districts give him
191.4(7. Taft SS.138. aad Roosevelt MML
The missing- returns may place Rosas
velt in second place thougbr this Is by
no means certain.
The congressional delegation shows
changes. politically and only one' chases
In its personnel, Judas A. W. Barkler
of Faducah. succeeding Ollle Jsmes. waa
goes to the Sonata ,r-
WOMEN VOTERS IN 6lLITwMU
San Francisco, Nor: CInceeBPlete re
turns indicate that the race track
amendment providing 'tor race track
gambling under theparl-mutnel sad auc
tion pool systems, has. been beatoa.,by
an overwhelming' maMrttr. The)', aujapt
vote against the'
In Alameda and Los . Jagelee CouatiesV
where .racing was liuaaTdiilud before. ad
versa leglsleUonNssusaJ Wsi owners so
close tneir .gates, fiarncaay every patat
beard, from In- the state has voted
the measure. -
The overwhelming defeat of the
ure Is directly due toths activity ot the
women voters ot the State.' They mads
the amendment a target er combined at
tack. ' Women- in all parte of 'California
took .the stump ,la opposstloa to. -it aad
the Statevwas flooded .with' Uterature.
Frompresent lndJcattoaa thavote aaalast
the amendment win be aproxlmatelyr2
Incomplete returne ladleate that &jm
Socialist votes -were cast la" yesterdays
Presidential eiecUen .In" Caafonda. This
is approximately at'pereaBt asore than
was cast.ln the Preslesjaltssl election of
four years sgo, whaa Paba .polled 2tW
votes.' Los Angeles Oaaaes tatsraei ,tka
date mora' than JMHUfXT-atitt WUaea.
Socialist:. ot Berkeley., wtta waa a eaadi-
seph R BaowlaaeVlaMaaaoent by-oaly
8.000 votes. , ", mvvs, , . . ,,Y
In. Los. Aagelesy::&-W.xdasilar. Taaj
SotiteUst ' eacdldslb ,ww. slsstsd ,:')
aad Wl-M.Thompsea. a
OeT.'Srabsei'for the United States 'ataa-
ata Tasaer has a .asnsil alaraltty for
ReaahMosa .uovemor. sue iwjuiies,
aaa Slats ticket Just-iJaIeal;.tIsroa;a
littla-ahead 'of Capper. '
Tha i-woenaa suCraaei
amendmeat has a lead that at'
Indloaiaa-lt waa-adODtad 'by
toritr. thoossads-of voters faUaax
mark the amendmeat bsHet at an.
The SeesalUU sppareatly did sot make
say sweats ntle I gains ' anywhere, the few
retaras thus far received Indicating that
Debs had polled UVSas votes, UN mora
than, were polled for the Socialist candK
date' for Governor two years ago, and
4.0H more than for President four years
age. Tba Legislature is pamocraao ob
Joint hsflot ,
wnjoi-wiis vbi Taeaik;
iiqmlatum: b iefuiiicai
Wheeling. W. Vs., Not.
taraa Irom about sixty of tba Toting pro
otesta of West Virginia Indicate a plu
rality of .0 f or Wilson over Rooserett,
who' will lead Taft by about KOtO. ,
Tba Bods lists gained about M per cent
over their vote of 190L Wilson has
gained slightly over Bryan's vote, and
the combined opposition vote shows a
slight falling off.
The Legislature will "bo Republican by
eighteen to twenty on Joint ballot Insur
ing a Republican successor to C W.
Watson.. Davis Elklns. son of the late
Senator Elklns, and William Seymour Ed
wards, cousin of Theodora .Roosevelt and
Progressiva candidate, are active candi-
The entire Republican StateTtlcket has
won by lf0W for Hatfield for Governor.
KALANIAHA0LB COMES BACK
Honolulu, Nor. (-Representative Kal-
anianaolo wsa elected delegate to Con-
areas at yesterday's election. The elec
tion waa a Democratic land slide for all
territorial offices and for members 01
'Wilmington. DeL, Nov. . The Demo
crats as a result of yesterday's election
will have a majority on Joint ballot tn
the legislature which probably will mean
the election of National Committeeman
Wlllard Saulabury to the United States
Senate. The complexion of the next
legislature will be as follows: Benste.
t Republicans and I DemocraU. House:
23 Democrats, and 11 Republicans.
RHODE ISLAND ASSEMBLY 0.0 J.';
REPUBLICAN SENATOR SORE
Providence. R. L, Nov. 8-The
Assembly will 'contain eaghty-flva
publicans, and fifty-one Democrats aad
Progresesrea, .givmg juage vLreaarresi
D. Colt Republican candidate for Ualted
StateSsaate. a majority.- of IMIU Suai'
on 'Joint ballot The RapUbneaas
trol the -House.
T. R. HOLDS WASHINGTON;
DEMOCRAT FOR GOVERNOR
Seattle. WasK. Nov. C Roossvetrs
plurality, indicated at , or 80.M0 In
the earlier count of precincts, has been
pretty well maintained In the tabulation
so far reported.' Nine hundred and
twenty-five scattering .out of a total of
W08 precincts In the State give noose
velt ftis; Wilson, 36.150: Tan. 3M
Debs.. (.475. The total vote cast approx
imates 275.00a .
While Lister, the Democratic guber
natorial candidate, has a lead of about
20,009, Hayes' managers are insistent that'
the complete count win show the elec
tion to him.
Humphrey. Republican candidate for
Congress in the First district and War
burton. Progressive, in the Second dis
trict, appear to be reasonably sure of
election, and Falconer and Bryan, Pro-
flresslves. for Congress-at-large, s
HEW STATE EXECUTIVES.
Of the tweaty-ataa goveraeea
elected yesterday sevesrteea are
Daesacratai elavea' Rewablleaaas,
aad aaa Pregreeesve. The States
electing RewabHeaas are Kaaaaa,
Mlaaiaata, New Haaapsatre,
Rhode Island. Ssatk Dakota, aad
Wtaesla The Prearesatvea
elected that eaaoHdate ta Waeh
Ugtea. Celeiada Ellas M. Aaamoaa
OaaasUlsal Stsiaea K. Bald
. Flsilda Faia, Trassaaell (D.).
Idsbe Jeba PL Hayes (Rep.).
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THE PALAIS ROYAL
A.LISNER HOUHS.8T0 6 G STREET
Shows laerease of Fire
. Wilson Men.
Harrlsburg. Pa.. Nov. . The Pennsyl-
ranla delegation in Congress will consist
of twenty-three Republicans and thirteen
Democrats, as against a present repre
sentation of twenty-four Republicans and
eight Democrats. .
For the first time In seventeen years,
Philadelphia will have two Democratic
Representatives In the Lower House
Michael Donohue, a tariff Democrat re
elected, and J. Washington Logue. The
Pennsylvania Socialist Hlgglnaon, wss
not elected, contrary to early reports.
The Pennsylvania delegation follows.
the members re-elected being Indicated
by stars: First 'District William S.
Ware. Republican: Second. George 8.
Graham. Republican: Third. J. Hampton
Moore, Republican: Fourth. George W.
Edmonds. Republican: Fifth. Michael
Donohue. Democrat; Sixth. J. WTLogne.
Democrat; Seventh. Thomas 8. Butler.
Republican; Eighth. Robert E. Diffen-
derfer. Democrat: jsimn. wunam w.
Driest Republican; Tenth. John R.
Fair, Republican: Eleventh. J. J. Casey,
Democrat; Twelfth, A. B. Garner.. Re
publican: Thirteenth, J. H. RothermeU
Democrat;" .Fourteenth. W. D. B. Alney,
Republican; Fifteenth, W. B. Wilson.
Democrat: Sixteenth. John W. Losher.
Democrat; Seventeenth, B. K. FoehtRe-
anscratt- TwaaUeth. Andrew R." Brod-
beck. Demo erst; Twenty-nrst Charles E.
Pattok. Republican: Twenty-second.
Curtis H. Grtgg. Democrat; Twanty-
thlrd. '.W. B. Carr. Democrat; Twenty
fourth, S.A.U Cock, Democrat: Twenty-fifth.
Mnton W. Shreve. Reyibllcan:
Twenty-sixth, A. Mitchell Palmer, Dem
ocrats Twenty-seventh, J. N. Langham.
RepublleanS Twenty-dgbth. John P.
Hlnes. Democrat: Twenty-ninth, Stephen
G. Porter.- Republican r 'Thirtieth, ;M.
Clyde Kelly, .RepubUcaa; Tblrty-first
Jamas Francis Burke, BepubOcan
Thirty seooad. 'Andrew J.. Barchf eld. Re
publican. At-larae-John M. Morin. Republican;
Fred T. Lewis; Republican; Anderson H.
Walters. Republican; Arthur u. itupiey.
SEN0R RIVIERA ELECTED
FROM PORTO RICO
Saa Juan. Porto Rico, Nov. & Returns
from yesterday's election Indicate that
the Unionists have carried all the seven
districts, hut by reduced pluralities., The
Republicans will bav one representative
from each district ta theHouse of Dele
gates. Senor Munec Riviera has been
elected Resident Commissioner at Wash
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ew Bojr Sbop Sotts be tapenor to an?
of tke policy adopted at the be-;
s little sxre lor tbera andaiat J
a, iiraje lew profit una araaL -, '
It pays the New Boys' Shopbecauie better
assure twice the usual dutriba-v.
Link brttertbin usual 15.00 Suits with two;
pairs ot Kniclferhockcrs and can it long' bea,
secret why this New Boys' Shop-is being quoted
here for all types of bora of -
6 to 18 years, In Norfolk and double-breasted
suits, of all-wool cloths and wear-resisting cox-tl
AND PLAYS GOLF
Chief Executive Leares Qaeiaaati
for Wasbingtoa- Little Af
fected by Defeat
MAY VDHT PANAMA CANAL
On Board the Prssldent's Train. Colum
bus. Ohio. Nov. (.His laugh unim
paired, his nerve unshaken. President '
Taft to-night Is on the. return trip to
Washington, leaving Cincinnati this aft- .
ernoon for probably the last time before
be returns there on March S sa "Mr
At the station in Cincinnati, where
thousands had greeted him forty-eight
hours before, there was but a scanb
handful of personal friends to say good
by to the defeated candidate. If -there
was any sadness, however. It was not felt
by the Chief Executive, who laughed and
chatted aa aayty as be ever did before
election. Indeed, It appeared as though '
a great load had beej taken from his
shoulders, and bystanders recalled the
reluctance with, which be bad , been
forced Into Public life, and nronhealed
that never again would he return to the t
arena of a national election.
The Praddiiiinirose late, and after
braeJcfaating' and .attending to his mall
motored to", the' Cincinnati Country Club,
where he pteyed's, 'round of golf with
his brother. Charles P. Taft; Albert In-
gails. and C A. Ricks.. It was noted
that tba Preeldent went around the
course ta less than 100. one ot the best
scores ho has over made.
After lunch at the Taft home, the Pres
ident left -for Washington at 2 o'clock.
Ha Is duo to arrive there at 8:40 o'clock
to-morrow morning, and will at once
prepare his annual message to Congress
and attend to other official business
which has lapsed In the last three weeks.
It m possible that the President and'
Mrs., Taft may go to Hot Springs. Vs.,
for a fortnight before Congress opens.
and it is likely that the Chief Executive
win visit Panama to Inspect the canal
during tha Christmas recess.
Bible Authority Die.
.Cambridge. Maaa, Nov. C Rev. Henry
& Nash, of the .Cambridge Theological
I School, and the foremost authority In
America on the New Testament died at
his home here to-day. He was born in
Newark. Ohio, in "1854..
Sees the Piaplet
Bat Vow Her Facg.ls.the Fairest of
tte Fair, Dae to Sturt's
.Those dtmplia are like pearls la araby
cluster when Stuarf s CslfUnn Wafers
clear the Taos . of' every pimple, spat
and blemish. And 'area If you haven't
dimples, the, clear, transparent skin ot
a healthy. Calcium Wafer complexion. la
more radiant than the deft touch of
an" artist to. the most exqslstte water
Stuart's Calcium Wafers . act directly
upon the sweat glands of the akin, ataea
their mission Is to srhnalsts tha excre
tory ducts. They do not' create ponntt-
atlon. ant causei the, skin to "breathe out
Tigoroosly,' thus transforming perspir
ation Into a gaseous vapor. Ths cal
cium sulphide, of which --these wafers
are composed, censames the gens pai
ns tne. sweat gianaa and- pores. .
hence hr blood makes a aaw. smooth -sua
m a sarprialngly abort Urna.
Tou wttLaavarba sshamed to look at
yourself In a. mirror, once yoa ass Ma- -art's
Calcium. Wafers. Nor win ysar ,
friends' Siva you, that hinting look, as
much aa to-say for goodness gaka'aet
rid "of those pbaplesL "
There is no loaaer aay-exooae fsraBas-
one to have a face dlsOgared wtth.atto
eruntloaa When- it la sa- aaarr ts. aaat' ass
oftbem.. Simply gat a bnt nr'fliiissra '--.
Catdum Wafers sr aay; draay store aaat-H
take them accordmr to 'dlrectioeu. Altar
a lew. oays yoa W114
youiself in,the ndrror.