THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1912.
THIRD PARTY ILL
LACK OF BREEZES
ADDS TO TORTURE
IN NEW HEAT
Children and Aged Persons
Greatest Sufferers in the
Three Organizers of the New Progressive Party
I FULL TICKET
BY PARTY LEADERS
None Willing to Stand Spon
sor for Suggestion to
'Col. Roosevelt Has Hopes
That New York City Will
. Give Him Plurality.
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OYSTER BAY, July 9. From state
amenta made by Colonel Roosevelt It la
I evident that tho third party will be ac
tive throughout tho South and In Now
York, Indiana , Utah, Vermont, and
Coloradd. In other Republican States
Iho Roosevelt party believes that the
Presidential electors can be pledged to
Mr. Roosevelt believes ho Is now sure
, f Missouri and that he has a good
lighting chnnco In Texas, Louisiana,
I North Carolina and Georgia, In addition
to the other Southern States that have
1 He says that a comnloto third-party
ticket will be named In the Empire
State, but immediately qualified this
Btatement by tho announcement that In
eomo districts Democrats will bo on tho
Has Hopes of New York.
In others the regular Republicans will
be indorsed and In some there will bo
a straight ticket. The Roosevelt sup
port for persons upon tho State ticket
will bo conditioned upon that of Demo
crats or Republicans for tho Presiden
, Colonel Roosevelt says of New York
, "One of my visitors yesterday was
"W. N. Chadbourne. of tho Manhattan
I Republican County Committee. He has
never been publicly Identified with my
cause. He Is of the opinion that on tho
I popular vote I will have a plurality In
(Manhattan. They are all coming over."
Ho would not venturo a prediction ao
to tho State
No Premature Claims.
It is not probable that any statement
will come from Roosevelt In regard to
I Illinois and Pennsylvania for two weeks
I The Roosevelt forces believe that they
can 'pledgo the electors on tho Repub
I lican tloket. If the electors are not
pledged for Roosevelt there will be a
' third party ticket from top to bottom In
each of these States.
Americans for Roosevelt
Judge Androws said: "We Just came
up to see tho colonel and assure him of
our support. He has a good chance of
carrying New York. Some one sug
gested a drink, but we found that there
I was not a drop In the house. There Is
, no question but the popular vote will bo
' for Roosevelt. Americans are going to
stand by him."
Mr. Roosevelt declined to discuss the
call for the third party convention be-
' yond saying that he had received some
plaintive telegrams from friends asking
why their names were not included In
I the call. Then he added:
"Almost all of the persons signing the
call weic named by the regularly
elected delegates from their States."
"Is there any significance In the fact
that Governor Stubbs did not sign the
' call?" was asked.
"Not the slightest," repllcd.the colonel.
"Stubbs and Hadlcy are for the cause
, heart and soul. It Is merely a question
1 of State conditions."
Association Will Make Effort
To Get 1914 Gath
ering. Members of the Retail Jewelers' As
sociation of tho District of Columbia
have abandoned the Idea of bringing: the
1913 convention of the national organi
zation to this city. This was decided at
a meeting of the local association held
last evening at the Chamber of Com
merce. The charter of the national associa
tion provides for holding the annual
meeting In August. On motion of Charles
A. Goldsmith, the Washington Jewelers
decided to Jako steps to have tho asso
ciation amend Its charter so that the
annual meeting can be held In May, and
If favorable action Is taken on the
proposition at tho convention to be held
this year In Kansas City an effort will
be mado to bring the 1914 meeting to
Four new members were elected at
the meeting last night. They were
William Wright, of Gait & Bro.; Harris
N. Brown, of the Harris N. Brown
Company; J. L. Whltmore, of the Berry
and Whltmore Company, and A. Slg
mund, of R. Harris & Co.
President George W. Spier presided.
On motion of A. D. Prince the meeting
adlourned until the first Monday In
QUESTION SANITY OF
Woman Whose Child Died From
"Emaciation" Will Be
Mrs. Gertrude Withers, of Mount
Rainier, Md., whose six-week-old baby
died last Sundaj from "emaciation and
neglect," according to the verdict of
the coroner's Jury, was taken today to
Upper Marlboro, county seat of Prince
George county, where an examination
as to her mental condition will be made
under the direction of the county com
missioners. At the Inquest, held last evening by Dr.
J C. Ohlondorf, health officer of Mount
Rainier, Benjamin F. Withers, the
woman's husband, testified that ho had
ueen foi bidden entrunce to his. home for
the past week and he wus unable lo
describe the circumstances leading up
to the infant's death.
Details of alleged neglect on tho part
of tho mothei were brought out by the
uumln.itlon of neighbors and other
Mrs. lthors created something of a
sensation in tho little township last
Sunday by posting a notice on the
house which load. "Died this morning;
never thrived." An investigation was
then begun by the town authoiltles and
. it was decided to hold Mrs. Withers
tor tho action of tho coroner's Jury.
With a fiuctured ankle. John it.
Clipper, of !3 N street noilhwest. la
e. patient u the Kmurgemy Hoipltul
today He was Injured bv slipping
whllo cranking his automobile on the
From Left to Right J. H. Gregory, Jr., of Florida; George L. Record, of New
Tho picture was taken nt tho headquarters of tho now progrcssivo party in
GOMPERS TO TALK
Candidate Arranges Confer
ence at Trenton Roose
velt Man Calls.
TRENTON, N. J., July 9. For tho
first time since his nomination for the
Presidency, Governor Wilson was at his
desk at tho statehouso today, and for
the first time In its history Now Jersey
had a Presidential candidate at tho
governor's desk. It was about 10:45
o'clock when Governor Wilson and his
secretary. Joseph P. Tumulty, arrived
at the statchouse from Seagirt. Tho
chief business of the day Is a conferenco
with Samuel Gompera and other labor
The trip was mado by automobile,
and Mr. Tumulty suffered severely from
the heat, while Governor Wilson
seemed, as always, at perfect easo, and
was not In the least discomfort by the
The governor was a happy man
when ho reached hlH Inner office and
he showed It. He shook hands with
the office attaches resent and Imnw
dlately not down to routlno woik.
Following closely In the wake of Gov
ernor Wilson came the corps of news
paper correspondents who are camped
at Sea Girt under Instructions "to fol
Roosevelt Leader Calls.
The flra Important caller on the
governor was former Senator Everett
Colby one of the Roosevelt, leaders of
the State. During the conference be
tween Governor AVllson and Mr. Colby
rumors wore rife that tho former Sen
ator bore tidings from tho colonel, but
Mr. Colby soon put a quietus on this
story. He said that the only reason
for his visit was to urge the appoint
ment of Theodore D. Gottlieb ns judgo
of the First district court of Nowark.
There are about a score of applicants
for this place end Mr. Colby told the
governor of Mr. Gottlieb's fitness for
the position. Tho executive did not
say what he would do.
Mr. Colby was asked as to tho prob
ihi rffppt of the Wilson nomination
on the third party movement. He
frankly said that the Roosevelt sup
porters favored Clark and considered
AVllson tne naruesi muii in mc tuu"
The Governor soon got down to rout
tine and during the day will meet with
the Statehouso commission and other
Meets Labor Leader.
Tho real interest of tho day Is cen
tered In the conferenco scheduled for
5 o'clock this evening with Samuel
Gompers, president of tho American
Federation of Labor. A number of
other labor leaders will come to Tren
ton with Mr. Gompers and they will
probably talk over the platform and
other questions with the Governor.
Gompers and Morrison
Leave for Trenton to
Have Talk With Wilson
Samuel Gompers, president of tho
American Federation of Labor, and
Frank Morrison, secretary, left at 12;S0
o'clock today lor Trenton, N. J., where
they will have a conferenco at 5 o'clock
with Governor Wilson. A statement re
curding the attitude of the Federation
of Labor toward the contest for the
Presidency Is likely to follow the visit.
Tho American Federation of Labor at
Its last convention pledged its support
to tho political party which will do the
most for organized labor. The Demo
cratic platform adopted at Baltimore Is
n repetition of the Denver plttform of
the same party and the Denver platform
was declared hlghlv satisfactory to
labor bv President Gompers when he
came out for Bryan four vears ago.
President Gompers and Secretary
Morrison told friends here before they
left thut they desired to have a talk
with Governor Wilson In order to learn
at first hand where the Democratic
Considerable gossip about Mr. Wil
son's views on labor questions has been
Instituted since tho Now Jersey man
was nominated ana several contradic
tory stories are afloat. But at head
quarters of the federation there Is a
connaent ncnor mat a statement in
dorsing Mr. Wilson will be forthcomlns
after Messrs. Gompers and Morrison re
Lecture on Education.
A lecture will bo given at Galbralth
A. M. E Zlon Church tonight by Prof
J. W. Elchelberger ir . principal of
Walters Institute, of Warren, Ark.,
on "Education and Ito Inlluences In
Church, State, and Society." Dr. Etchet
berger spoke at Metropolitan A. M. E
Church on the same topic last evening.
Our Prices Are Lowest
For Freezing Salt
nd FLAVOIUNG EXTRACTS of satis
factory quality We make a clalty
of supplying tho need of druRgltti and
lonfectlonera Write or phone u
i?tno coNsriiKns erppi.icD
B. B. Earnshaw & Bro.
Woolen l Grocer. 11th a'nd M Sti. S. S.
Party Managers Are Confi
dent of Carrying County
for President Taft.
ROCKVILLE. Md., July . In re-t
pponse to a call of the Republican State
central committco for Montgomery
county, party leaders fiom all parta of
tho county -nxo expected to attond a
conference In Rookvllla next Saturday
af tot noon, the obJ'ct of which, accord
ing to tho call, la to "map out the cam
paign of 1912." There aro verv few
j "regressive" Republicans in Mont
gomery county, and tho party managers
nic confident that practically the full
(Republican vote will bo cast for Presi
dent xart in November.
Kev. Parka p. Flourncy, pastor of
the Presbyterian Church at Bethesda,
this county, lias received notification
from the Victoria Institute, of London,
thut he ha been awarded the Gunning
Prize for the essay on "Tho Brarlnir of
ArchooIogU-al and Historical Rcsean.li
on the New Testament. being tho
iirst time an American has won this
Iir. Florunoy will, it Is understood,
read tho csfay before the Victoria In
st'ti.te at Its next annual meeting1 In
London njxt March.
Tlu- operetta. "The Katydids," will
be given In tho opera houso here Fri
day evening for tho benefit of Christ
Fplscopal Church. It will be given un
der the auspices of the ladles of tho
congregation and will be pattlclpated In
by ti large number of little pcoplo of
Mips EHzaboth Crawford, ag'l twenty-one.
of Philadelphia. Pu.. and .Mr.
Arthur Rutland Elllatt. uged twenty
two, of Langdon. D C. weie married
In Rockvllle bv Tlev Lewis Watson, of
the Presbyterian Chun-h. tho ceiemony
taking place at tho hoino of the minis
ter. The annual picnic of the Rockvllle In
quiry Club was held yesterday after
noon on the lawn adjoining the Hummer
rusMenoo of Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Holmes, about a mile from Rockvllle.
It wis attended by about thirty-five
members of the club.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Katherlne Tur
ner, who died as a result of Injuries
received In falling from a second-story
window at the homo of her daughter,
Mrs. Ethel Barber, at Linden, this
county, took placo yesterday morning
from the residence of her son, William
Turner, at Dlckerson. this county, a
"large number of tho people of that vi
cinity attending. Tho Rev. Dr. Mitchell,
pastor of tho M. E. Church South, irt
Dlckerson, officiated, and tho Interment
was in the cemetery near tho church.
Mrs. Turner was eighty-nine years old.
Rockvllle's Junior baseball team ex
perienced no difficulty In defeating tho
Junior team from Washington Grove
at the fair grounds hero yesterday
afternoon, the score standing S to 1.
Rockvllle mado twelve hits and two
errors, and Washington Grove five hits
and four errors. The batteries were
Etchlson and Thompson, for Washing
ton Grove, and Hamilton and Warllcld,
See these homes and you will wonder why you
continued paying rent so long. They are full six
rooms and bath.
ierms.$26 p2 Rer nonth
(which pays directly on the home, Including all Interest.)
TO INBPECT Take any Q street car marked "Brookland" or
."North Capitol and W streets," get oft at Rhode Island avenue and
nalk one square east.
The owriers have under course of construction more of theso homes. It
will be several months before they are completed.
If you haven't tho necessary fiOO rtret payment to put Into one of the
homes now ready for Immediate occupancy, you can have us reserve cno of
the next lot for you by arranging to make us small monthly payments in
this way, by tho time tho homes are ready for occupancy, you will have
saved enough to make the first payment. After that all you need pay is
6.92 per month, which applies directly on the home. Including all Interest
- Shannon & Luchs
713 14th St. N. W.
"Look lor Our Green and White Sign"
Jersey, and Edward W. Sims, of Illinois.
tho Manhattan Hotel, Now York City.
I. H. O'BRIEN MY
Veteran Congressman Talk
ed of for Place Since Chair
Congressman Lincoln Dixon, dean pt
tho Indiana delegation, or William H.
O'Brien, State auditor of Indiana, will
be selected to succeed Thomas Taggart",
Democratic national committeeman of
the State, whose resignation has been
announced to tako placo tho dav before
the meeting of tho national committee
at Chicago, July 14. Mr. Taggart, who
Is. In Washington to appear before the
Clapp committco that is Investigating
tho campaign fluids of 1901 and 190S.
made public a statement, last night. In
(which ho let H bo positively known
that he would quit politics.
Twice before tins the popular Indiana
Democrat attempted to resign his po
sition on tho Democratic national com
mittee, but each tlmo the leaders of the
party have urged him to remain. "Tom"
Taggart, as ho Is popularly known, has
large Interests to look after, and nls
political activities have severely ham
pered his personal Interests. It Is his
Intention to devote all of his time to
his business enterprises. "
Long a Leader.
For nearly twenty-five years "Tom"
Taggart has been a shining light In the
Democracy. Mr. Taggart will go on the
stand before tho Clapp Investigating
committee today, and Is expected to
make some startling disclosures regard
ing the campaigns of 1D04 and IMS.
The Indiana leader gave out the fol
lowing statement as to his resignation
"If the party were In trouble. If it
needed nn no amount of personal sac
rifice would deter me from continuing
in my present place, but the party Is
out of trouble, and facing tho brightest
prospect I have ever known it to face
In a campaign vcar. I leave the nation
al committee with a Statchouse full of
Democrats, with twelve, and soon to
he thirteen. Democratic members of the
House, two Democratic United States
Senators and a Vice President of tho
United States to tho credit of tho In
"Good As Elected."
"I Include a Vice President beceause
Governor Marshall Is as good as elected
right now. Ionly hopo my successor
will leave as many Democrats In office
as I am leaving. At the very least cal
culation, Indiana will give a Democratic
majority of 25,000 this year and will
elect the .Democratic Stato ticket and
a Democratic legislature.
"In resigning I wish to sav that I will
do all that Ilea within my power as an
individual for the success of the Demo
cratic ticket. I feel satisfied, now that
the national convention Is over and the
atmosphero Is cleared, that the com
bination of Wilson and Marshall Is the
strongest ticket that could have been
"After having met Governor Wilson
at Seagirt. I am more than ever
pleased with him. The national com
mittee Is absolutely of one mind In
desiring to give him the national chair
man and the executive committee of his
choice and to aid him In ovcry possible
The name sounds like that of a
suburb, but it is not. "High View"
is nearer the city's business and
shopping center than fashionable
Dupont Circle. It enjoys all the
natural advantages of an ideal sub
urb without any of the inconveniences.
Efforts of Republican leaders today
failed to disclose the source of a re
port that petitions demanding Presi
dent Taft's withdrawal as a candidate
nio to bo circulated In a natlon-wldo
Denials of complicity In th,o rumored
movement were vigorously made by Re
publican Congressmen, prominent offlco
holders, and others high In party coun
cils. Here Is tho scheme, according to the
Circulate petitions In every State ask
ing Taft to withdraw; clrculato similar
petitions asking Roosevelt to quit. Then
ask the national committee to name a
new compromise "harmony" candidate
as tho Republican standard bearer, to
present a united front to tho Democrats
and savo the thousands of Republican
officer Ijpldors' Jobs.
s None to Stand Sponsor.
But no one, of high or low degree,
stands sponsor for tho yarn. Every Re
publican disclaims personal knowledge
of such a plan, but politicians buzzed
with excitement over the report.
Officeholders are reported behind tho
plan, which Is said to contemplate circ
ulation of the withdrawal petitions next
weok for a tally of tho "Republican ref
erendum" before the Roosevelt conven
tion In Chicago August 6. To get the
expression of every Republican In tho
country by tho signing of or refusal to
sign tho petitions, Is another purt of
tho rumored plan.
Seo "Slam" At Taft.
Friends of President Taft believe the
petitions would be signed principally by
pro-Roosevelt Republicans as a hard
"slam" at the President upon opening
his campaign, and as a boost for tho
Roosevelt partisans, on tho other
nana, ana many leaders in mates where
Senators, Congressmen, and other of
ficeholders nre to bo elected this fall,
profess to consider the withdrawal plan
as a last desperate devlco to harmonize
tho G. O. P.
But on every side come denials of
personal knowledge of any such pro
gram. Nobody confesses parentage of
tho plan, but everybody Is anxiously
Virginia's Third Party.
ROANOKE, Va.. July 9. Thomas Lee
Moore, Virginia member of the national
committee of tho progressive party, de
clares he is getting In communication
with the progressives over the Stato
as rapidly as possible. In order to hold
a conference or mass meeting at Roan
oke or Richmond on July 30 to select
Virginia's representatives to the Chi
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE
of S. B. Finkelsteln's, 1134 7th St. N. W.
Stock of Men's Furnishings and Hats
Has Reached Its Height Everything Being Sold at
40 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR!
The great Bankrupt Sale of Men's High-grade Furnishings and
Hats has reached its height. Our store has been crowded with men,
young and old, clamoring for the chance to buy these great bargains
at the stupendous reductions we are offering. The stock was. large,
but at the rate it is going, you'll have to
COME IN AT ONCE AND GET YOURS
Fine selection of straws, sennets, splits, Milans, a variety of
fancy weaves, domestic and imported styles. Finkel- aq
stein's price, $3.50 and $4.00. Our price P JO
Fine lot of splits, sennets, Porto Kicans, ana song fQ
Finkelstein's price, $3.00. Our price H A9
Good selection of splits, sennets, and other styles in allf
hats. Finkelstein's price, $3.00.
the leading shapes. Finkelstein sold
Imitation Porosknlt Underwear
with knee drawers,
Flnklcsteln's price, 36c. 9Z
LonB and Short Sleeve Balbrlfj
gan iJndetwear. pood -Tn
value. KInklesteln's jfltj
price, 39c. Our price...
Extra value Nainsook and Pon
gee Athletic Shirts and Kneo
Drawors, fancy or
plain. Finklcstcin's 0A
price, 50c. Our OOV
Genuine Porosknlt Underwear,
short or Ions. Fin- Olr
-klesteln's price 60c. s7
Athletic Nainsook Un
derwear with short fftOirfc
drawers; 39c quality ji.
Our price m
$1.00 Union Suit, tfSQar
good quality "OSy
NegllBee Shirts, attractive de
signs, with attached Amf
culls. Finkelstein's pce, JL g "
l.Vi. Our p"lce w
Silk Bosom Perctle Madras Shirts
with collars attached; Ofns.
all colors. FirkelstelnfH ATvAT
price, 60c. Our price
Very flno quality Men's Shirts,
leading designs and pat
terns, all sizes. Flnkel- QfXn
stein's price, .W. Our 55f C
Colonial Pure 811k Half Hose,
all colors, regular 9 Cat A
price. 50c. Tills T$oC
Flno lot of Hosiery, including
Hole-proof and other atondarrt
makes, all color?; lisle, Vf
regular 36c and 25c d Z
value. Our price w
Regular 15c Black If
and Tan d ,
I7c Hobo, white. Oj
feot, fast 3s
NEW YORK. Julv s.-wiik ,,
cury hovering arpund the highest figures
ui me year, and absolutely no Nope of
relief held out by the weather fore
caster, New York nerved itself today
fAf ?n continuation of the heated spell.
At 10 n'rlnrU Ihn nfflnlnl -. '. 'i
i.-J Z . "' iuiiiieruiuro
,. .u top a downtown skyscraper. '
....... off , --- . .v. .., niuai lull,
vraii 85. The forecaster was certain that
niicic Liir (MTf.nn nrpfi,n U'na .Mn... 1
jcmciuuyn nign level or S3 would be
exceedM before the official totals for
tho day had been filed away. And there
was not a trace of rain anywhere on
Down In the narrow, canyon-Ilko
streets In the business section the heat
was torturing and stifling, ntcn, women,
and children, trying as best they could
to comfort themselves, but without suc
cess. Asphalt streets throw back a
steaming heat which made life almost
unondurable, and over In the crowded
tencmont districts the death rate had
doubled and was continuing to rise.
Ice to Needy Ones.
The little children and tho very old
suffered the most. Tho depots of tho
charitable organizations which Issued
ice to those who applied were Jammed.
To some the size of tho pleco of frozen
comfort was reduced, but where there
was sickness In the family, or little chil
dren, or aged sufferers, tho allowance
The little fruit stands, where halls of
Ice shavings, coated with a sticky,
sweet-tasting syrup are dispensed at 1
cent each, were meccas for tho llttlo
children, and many of their elders, to
day. The doctors have denounced these
concoctions as little brothers to the un
dertaker, but they gave brief comfort
to those who could get them, and tho
demand was very large.
Absence of Breeze.
Even tho beaches near tho city wero
as hot as the metropolis. There was an
utter absence of breeze, and thoso who
could not remain almost continually In
the water felt the heat almost as fully
as those that were not In the water.
All of the city hospitals had double
rorps of nurses and doctors In attend
ance for heat cases'.
Six deaths and thirty prostrations had
been reported to the police up to 10.45
Fire Does Damage.
D-image amounting to li.Cfl was
done by Are late yesterdav afternoon
tn tA-o liousos at 1362 and 1361 Kcnyon
Mrect northwest. The blaze Is s.-U by
the police to have been caused bv
ilectrlc wires. The house at 13oi u
occupied bv William H. Walker, whllo
the othtr dwelling '.s unoccupied
them at $2.00. Our price
Fine Silk and Knit Neckwear,
all colors and styles, 'Mfm
newest shades, worth mm d tz
50c and 75c
26c Silk Neckwear, na My .
all colors and d -
Waah Ties, fine for sum- -
mer wear, regular 15c C
"Interlined" Collars, 12C
Good Quality Handkerchiefs, 4c & 8c
Pajamas and Night Shirts
Fine lot of Pajamas, all colors,
mado with frogs. Flnkcl- jj .
stein's price, U.50. Our Ml fz
Largo ausortment of Night Shirts,
very soft and tine. Fink- M w
elsteln's price, 75c. Our A m
Genuine Paris Garters, My
In all colors. Our 1 r2f tf
Brighton Garters, .
all colors. Our jgLAc
Men's Garters, In all mnk
I.euther Belts, In black,
hrown, and gray! Fink- -k a
elsteln's ptfee, DOc. Our "l
Soft collars. In all col- My.
ois. Finkelstein's prlco, d UZ
15c. Our price w
J1.J5 Suit Case, good wa
quality; sub stantlally "j J-ftf
made. Our price m
J1.50 Suit Case, mado r
of Japanese Straw, with 5flJSa
steel frame. Our price "-
$5.00 Solid Leather Suit Cases,
with side straps
and shirt pocket .(T --m. ad
extra well made.?fT5-S
Our price K'Cr"-r
Corner 7th and L Sts. N.W.
The Beer of Quality
" Ribbon" Beer carries
with it the distinction ol
quality and good taste.
Served with your lunch or
dinner, Blue Ribbon lends
zest and refreshment most
satisfying. Every bottle is
worthy of your table.
Bottled only at the
brewery in crystal
clear bottles, showing
at a glance that it
is clean and pure
Phone for a case for your homo
Pabat Brewing Co.
703-705 N. Capitol St., N. E.
Fhvne Line. 1431
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