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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1912.
WILL BE VICTOR
Vote Today Expected to
Give" Colonel Majority of
Delegates Despite Split.
It's nil over except tho voting In
Kw Jersey. Tho Presidential candi
dates' have fired itholr final oratorical
broadsides, the voters begin the march
jto the polls at 1 o'clock, and the entire
country will wait with open enrs tonight
jto hear the verdict from the lQBt Stato
to holil a Frcsldnntlal primal y.
The three-cornered light for the twon-ty-eUht
New Jersoy delegate to the
Oliicjco convention Is over, bo far as
oratory and firework are concerned.
Colonel Roosevelt march d through
laueH of cheering people In Hoboken
,lat nl?ht, after ho had addressed the
Princeton students. Tho colonel will
await the returns In tho quietude of
President Taft kept up his speech
.lnakln until noon today. Thi- sound of
Il'sj husky voice floated over the opening
ballot box and ns the voters went to
the polls they heard a plea from tho
Chief Executive of the nation
Mr. Taft will go to Phlledclplila this
hfterooon and will start for Washington
Immediately. He addressed a large and
(ay throncr on Young's mlllldn-dollar
il?r, nt Atlantic City list night. Sena
tor I.a oFlIette also rounded out a week
'Of rapld-fre oratory late yesterday, and
lie will view the result in New Jersey
'from afar today.
Both the, Roosevelt and Taft man
agers confidently predicted victory as
the polls opened. " today Each side
,3'ields tha other only a scatterlnc dele
gate hen- and there, and the talk some
times Is of a ''probable clean sweep."
While Senator La Follette has made
ita. strenuous campaign, and has follow
ed closely in the wake of his two ad
versaries, it Is not expected that his
vote will be a' considerable factor in the
.general result, although Mr. La Fol
ilette's campaign will, of necessity, dl
'Vlde the progressive vole. Bona tor La
? Follette has denounced both Mr. Taft
'end Colonel Roosevelt, whllo the two
I latter have paid most attention to each
other, and have had little to say of
Senator La Follette.
New .Tnmev him rn Invert the snectaau-
liar fight staged within her borders dur
ing the past week. No candidate could
complain of tho size of the crowds. In
vmany towns and villages business has
been at a practical standstill and pon
tics has hold undisputed sway. As the
three candidates crossed and recrosBed
the State, like figures on a checker
board, the voters have hardly had a
With the opening of tho polls, how
ever, the excitement of the campaign
gradually died, and voters went to tho
polls this afternoon with determined
faces and minds fully made up. Before
.another Mln beats upon the New Jersey
I marshes, on the "skeeters" and, the
commuters, the state will have sent
'either' Roosevelt or Taft delegates to
Roosevelt at Desk,
Feeling "Bully" Over
New Jersey Campaign
NEW YORK., May 28. Colonel Roose
hrelt suspended activities for a little
while today as campaigner and became
contributing editor. He remained In
"New York last night following his whirl
wind finish In New Jersey, and. was at
bis desk early.
"I feel bully," declared the former
President, "and could go through three
Or four more campaigns like that in
"New Jersey hand running."
Although he refused to make any pre
dictions regarding the outcomo of to
day's primaries in New Jersey, a num
ber of hjs supporters declared that he
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Entfs in Ne wJersey
HOBOJCEN, N. J May 28.-Tho cam
palgn into which Theodore Roosevelt
plunged three months ago, when he an
nounced hts willingness' to accept the
Republican Presidential nomination, vir
tually came to an, end last night. It
ended with a booming welcome to the
colonel In Hohokon, with the glare of
red (Ire and tho call of bugles, as he
made hts way through the streets lined
with thousands who cheered him. It
was the final rally of the New Jersey
From now on Colonel Roosevelt will
direct his attention to the marshaling of
his forces for the battle to be waged in
the Chicago convention. He said that
he would not go into tho Btatea which
are yet to elect their delegates.
"This is the most remarkable ending
to the most remarkable campaign I've
ever taken part in," said Colonel Roose.
velt last night, after he had witnessed
the demonstration In his honor at Ho
boken. "I have, been In politics for
thirty-three years, and I never before
have felt such unadulterated satisfac
tion in any campaign, as In this one."
Colonel Roosevelt's final appeal before
the primary election in this .State was
in reply to tho assertion thoj he was
disloyal to the Republican party, and
was attempting to work its ruin. He
said he would appeal. If necessary, from
the Republican national committee, to
"The Republican party would have
died .of dry rot If we had not made
this fight," ho said in Hoboken.
Ha'dley to Act as
JEFFERSON CITT. Mo., May 28.
In a letter received by Gov. Herbert
Hadley, Col. Theodore Roosevelt asked
him to be temporary chairman of the
Republican national convention, to be
held in Chicago.
air. Haaiey win accept ir ne Deueves
he can best Berve his faction of the
party, it was announced, but he would
greatly prefer that somo other progres
sive be selected for the place. He told
the colonel in a letter In answer to his
Governor Hadley was one of tho eight
governors who wrote to Colonel Rooso
vclt asking him to become a candidate
for President before the colonel an
nounced that he would accept.
Official Figures Show
Roosevelt Men Won
BOSTON, "May 28. In the Massachu
setts primaries of last month Charles
S. Baxter, who headed the Roosevelt
ticket, received 85.C85 votes, defeating
Senator W. Murray Crane, loader of the
Taft ticket, by 9,661 votes, according to
tho official figures lust published.
Weeks, tho lowest Roosevelt delegate,
had 84,490 votes.
Frank Selberllch, whose name as a
Taft supporter appeared on the ballot,
and for whom many voted, as well as
for eight Taft delegates, thereby in
validating their ballots, received 4,111)
votes. Tnis disposes or the Taft asser
tion that if Selberllch had not run,
Crane and his, ticket would have won.
The Taft preferential vote was 86,722,
and the Roosevelt, 83.C99.
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Roosevelt Managers Discuss
Program for Chicago
(Continued from First Page.)
can hope to gain by their support of
Whether this will be the nrozram
adopted by the Rooseyelt forces is not
understood as yet to have been definite
ly determined. It is among tho subjects
under consideration, no doubt, at the
New York conference of leaders today.
Colonel Roosevelt, Chairman Dixon,
National Commute Wtrd. of New York,
and a number of prominent men from
various parts of the country are gath
ered for general consideration of the
Btratetrv of the flht from thin limn
Great injury has been dona to tho
Taft cause, in tho ODlnlon of Tlenub-
llcan national leaders in Washington,
dv me extreme utterances or Manager
McKlnley, of the Taft campaign. Mr.
MoKinley has made it plain that he ex
pects to rely on tho most iixtrcme ma
chine tactics in the national commit
tee, "which he claims pbsttlvely to con
trol. His statements haye been con
strued as nothing less than direct
Intimation of purpose to start a. riot,
call in police and militia, and In general
"rough house" the convention In case
his faction doesn't have its way in all
Reaction Has Set In.
This sort of talk from McKlnley, sup
plemented by the sinister threats of
many reactionary leaders for months
past, that they would rather see the
party split and defeated than to havo
Roosevelt nominated and elected, has
caused a sharp reaction. Already It is
known that in eevcial Northern States.
where deleatlons have been secured lu
whole or in part for Taft, the leaders
among the Taft element are viewing
the situation with utmost alarm. They
don't want the party split, and they
don't want It defeated. There 1b al
ready apparent a sharp Bpllt between
the lrreconctlables, the rule-or-ruln ele
ment of Roosovelt haters In Washing
ton, and tho more moderate conservs,
tlves. who while opposed to Roosevelt,
are not prepared to acquiesce In a
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This moderate element Is beginning
to assert itself, to the discomfiture of
McKlnley. Nothing has lent more
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BY MRS. MAE MARTYN.
r w . tf .mt will fthfLmnnrt occa
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tle, unmanageable hair will become soft
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Grace T.: I would not advise taking
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meals and In a short while the blood
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Maude: It would be a shame tp hide
the beauties of violet eyes behind
glasses, and I truly believe you can
avoid wearing them If you will use this
harmless, strengthening eye-tonlc: Into
a pint of cold, clear water dissolve an
ounce crystos, then put 2 or 8 drops in
each eye dally. This simple crystos
tonlo reduces inflammation, overcomes
the waterv condition,' and to weak, dull
eyes gives strength and brilliancy. For
removing foreign particles and taking
out soreness the crystos eye-tonic is un
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Mrs. T. 8.; Cutting the hairs on the
cheek only encourages them to grow
thicker and heavier. Mix a little pow
dered delatone and water and spread on
hairy surface, then after 2 or 8 minutes
rub off. wash the skin and It will be
left smooth, firm and. hairless.
Tess: The nightly application of py
roxln to eyebrows with finger-ends wm
encourage, a thick, silken growth. Your
stubby lashes can be made to grow long
and curly If you apply pyroxln at lash,
roots with thumb and forefinger. Use
care and don't get any pyroxln where
no hair ls wanted. ,
C. T : No woman who prizes her com.
plexlon will think of choking the skin's
ation, than tho realization that Demo
crats are universally scared out, of
their boots by the prospect of Roost
volt's domination. That constitutes an
unwilling tribute to the colonel's
strength and availability, that can be
matched by' no excesses of enthusiasm
04 the part of his Republican support
ers. ' ' '
When tho Democrats are ready to con.
ce'do that Roosevelt's nomination. means
tho end of tho campaign, except the
counting bt his majority in November, It
makes Republicans sit up and take no
Uce. Conditions Are Reversed.
tl Is a revolution so startling as hard,
ly to b' recognised and estimated at Us
full value. Six months, ago Democrats
wero supremely confident, and Repub
licans were frankly admitting that do
feat was their alloted portion. There
was no debating It; both sides accepted
the situation on Uiat statement. It was
then assumed thai Taft would be nom
inated by the Republicans, and nobody
cared whom tho Democrats named, the
result would bo tho same, anyhow.
"Anybody will beat Taft" wob the unl
versa statement of a universal belief.
Today the situation is completely re
versed. Such a topsey-turveylnr Js
without precedent. Democrats nave
taken over the Republican scare In full
force; Republicans have annexed tho
entire stock of confidence. "Nobody can
beat Roosovelt, if he's nominated," is
now tho all-round statement of the case.
Tho McKlnley rule-or-wreck program,
then, must deal with a party that is no
longer reconciled to the Inevitability of
defeat When there were no assets in
sight, nobody was much worried about
what sort of a management or program
dealt with the assets. I t was as If a
bask'n management had squandered its
funds, buying worthless chromos that
represented Impossible mining shares.
The bank being insolvent, thero would
be mighty little worry who should be
appointed receiver It there was nothing
But let it bo suddenly discovered that
thosa shares represented' control of, a
bonanza mine, and the creditors of tho
Institution would be right busy making
sure -thoy got all -that was coming to
Story In a Nutshell.
That's the entire Republican story.
Tho Republican bank has discovered
that' Instead of being "buste.d," It horf a
huge array of the very assets that the
political market is clamoring for; and
the receivership at Clhcago is going to
bo watched with the keenest concern.
Today will bring the last first-class
State contest In New Jersey. The polls
opened at 1 o'clock this afternoon and
will close at 9 o'clock this evening. The
Taft assumption of cheerfulness faded
out with the delivery of the closing
appeals to the voters, and it is con
ceded that Roosevelt will get the loin's
share of tho delegates. "A clean, com
plete sweep, sure," Is the way It was
put at Roosevelt headquarters today.
The Taft managers will not bo much
behind the Roosevelt forces In perfect
ing their plans for the next stage of
the fight. President Taft and his Con
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same subject tonight or tomorrow, and
with the removal of the two headquar
ters to Chicago at the close of tho
week, the real and Immediate prelimin
aries to tho convention will bo on.
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before retiring at nbrht. then In the
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lormuia, see answer to ' J. t. ; me
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Bead Mrs. Martyn's book, "Beauty,'
jy E WINDS OP
President -Confers With
Former Governor Murphy.
fir. A oannnrt w t n,... t..i-
dent Taft today wound up his Jersey
campaign with a final appeal to the
voters to support hts Administration and
reject the third term doctrines of Thoo
For the first time in history of AtnJrl
ca a President was seen .campaigning
only a few hours before there began the
casting of ballots to determine the suc
cess or failure of his cause.
The President appeared confident as he
began his final work to capture New
Jersey's vote. He ls apparently glad
that his strenuous campaign Is nearly
over, and his smilo was airaln In ovl
denco as he addressed a largo crowd of
ractory Workers hero.
That the confidence was due to a con
ference which he had hold earlv this
ttnofntnB" .'Witlt former Governor tfVahU-
iin Murpny whb the belief of many who
accompanied the President on his final
wblrl. Tho confab set at' rest rumors
that Murphy had becomo lukewarm in
hisi support of Mr., Taft, , , ,
Tho conference whs held after mid
night in one of the pavilllons on the
boardwalk nt Atlantic Pit v. Thn two
men minea Tor more man an nour wnue
.Major Rhoadea and Secret Service man
. .. T. ." . . -'.- ..-'.
Kent watch a snort distance away.
The meeting; had apparently been, pre
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after his speech at Atlantic City (last
night Qolng alonpr the shore,, he Anally
entered the pavllllon and there 'met the
After tne conference tho President
sought his bed, and was up bright and
early after a few hours sleep. Tnere
was some delay in leaving Atlantic City,
and the Presidential special was behind
Its schedule here, but the President took
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Woodrpw Wilson Gets
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HC-ySTON, Tex., May 28.WHh the
stago set for tho selection or a solid
Texas delegation for Woodrow Wilson
to tho Baltimore oonventtoni delegates
to the Texai tJcroq'cratlp State conven
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94.08 Reefers at V2.40
S3.0S Ht-efcrs at US
S2.08 lleefera at S1.40
1.08 Reefers at 8c
Third Plooi- Juvenile Department
Wash Dresses ;
. For Outing Wear
For one dav's special selling
we've clipped the prices cloBely on
these lots of girls' summer dresses,
thus enabling you to Secure one,
or more for Decoration Day wear
and vacation needs at much below,
their real vorth.
Children's White Dresses of good
quality lawn; waists and skirts
trimmed with pretty Jace and em
broidery; full plaited skirt, low and
high neck rriodcls. with the 'new
set-in sleeves. Regular (M
$2.00 dressea for. DXK7
Children's new Wash Dresses,
made of. excellent quality Percales,
in pretty stripes, plaids, checks
and plain colors. Pull plalteS
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embroidery; buttons, also self- 4
inmmea new sei-m sleeves. Large
assortment of styles. 'Sizes 6 to
14 years. Regular $1.56 QQA
values for 570C
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Choice at 1 2c
Importer's sample lino of sum
mer styles In Hat Pins all high
class designs In gold, oxydised, sil
ver, rhlnestone and novelty effects.
Unusually large assortment of
wanted styles at 12c each,
$1 and $1.25 Umbrellas,
Choice at 79c
Take along an Inexpensive um
brella on your Decoration Day trip.
Buy one of these rainproof taffeta
umbrellas, with wide taped edge,
and get an umbrella for 79c that
you couldn't buy elsewhere for less
than $1.00 and $1.25.
26 and 28 inch sizes for men and
women; full steel frames, with"
stylish handles of natural woods,
missions and silver-trimmed ef
fects. 2-Clasp Silk Gloves
50c quality at 39c pair
Silk gloves that combine style
and comfort with. low price.
2-clasp puro Milanese silk
Gloves, in black and white. Each
pair with double tipped fingers
for long service. All sizes at 39o
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