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THE WASHINGTON .TIMES, FElMY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
ROOSEVELT
FOR ATTACK UPON
LA FOLLETTE TODAY
A
Scored Wilson Last Night in
Duluth, and Is Now
Ready for Senator.
ST. PAUL. Oct lt-"I think we hve
the MlJdl West our way," ventured
Colonel Roosevelt today as hla special
train atopped here. Hla managera as
aured Roosevelt that he will carry Wls
conaln and Minnesota, which pleased
I the candidate greatly. The colonel In
tends to deal rigorously with Senator
La, Follette during hla trip for the next
two days. ,
"If any one who professes to believe
. In Progressive theories works against
the third party," said the colonel today,
"he la not a true Progressive."
Roosevelt la billed for only a few
speeches today on his way to Oshkosh,
TVls., where he appears tonight.
Hits at Wllion.
Colonel Roosevelt's speech at the Du
luth Auditorium meeting last night was
devoted to discussion of Governor WJ1.
son, the Democratic nominee for Presi
dent As the colonel said himself. It
contained "two punches." The punches
were at Wilson.
The big crowd received the speech
with wild approval. Thero were 8.000
In thehall, and almost as many In ihe
street No other candidate for Presi
dent had ever had such a reception aa
was accorded the Bull JUooae when he
entered 'the city.
In part, the Progressiva candidate
aaidi-
"The other day Mr. Wilson, In Gary,
IndT, announced that tho United Statis
Steel Corporation was supporting the
Hull Moose Uckot, saying1. 'It is to the
Interest of these gentlemen that mo
nopoly be maintained; and they are
supporting- the Bull Moose party be
cause the Bull Moose party expects to
maintain monopoly.'
"In Pueblo, Col , three days later, t
repeated substantially tho same state
ment substituting, however; the word
'program for the word party.' and as
serted that corroborative evidence of that
assertion was coming to him every day.
I at once challenged Mr. Wilson's as
sertion, stating that aa far as I know
the only bis man connected with cither
the steel Corporation or the Harvester
Company who Is auportlng me was Mr.
Perkins.
"I stated that Mr. Wilson had no busi
ness to make such a statement unless
he had the proof, and that If he had
the proof I demanded that Jie make It
public Immediately, and that If ho had
not the proof then he should Immediate
ly retract his statement aa the only
honorable and manly thing to do.
No Particle of Proof.
"Mr. Wilson had no proof, he had
not a particle of evidence, corrobora-
tire, or otherwise. lie could not make
.bis statements good, and he would not
taanfully retract-, them;- so hqmade
public an explanation In Jwhfaii t'1
In reference to the United States Bleel
Corporation: 'What I meant was they
are suDoortlnir him with their thought'
"Mr. Wilson is not a mind reader. 1
(WVO I1UV IIIQ BHHlllCBfc UlhClVBl in MlB
belief as to what the 'thought' of a
ttust magnate Is. It Is sheer nonsense
to treat such an accusation as that Mr.
Wilson made in Gary, Ind , as being
meant merely to imply that the Steel
Corporation was supporting me with
Its 'thought'
Stand on Immigration. N
"I call your attention4 to what Mr.
Wilson has said- compared with What
he now says on the question of immi
gration, and especially the Immigra
tion from eastern and southern Europe.
In the Atlantlo Monthly for November,
1889, In an article on 'Character of
Democracy In the United States' he
ays:
" 'The union of .strength with bigness
depends upon the maintenance of char
acter, and It la Just the character of
the nation which Is being most deeply
affected and modified by the enormous
Immigration which year after year
pours Into the country from Europe.
" 'Our own temperate blood, schooled
to self-possession and to the measured
conduct of self-government. Is receiving
a Constant Infusion and yearly expert
- enclng a partial corruption of foreign
blood. Our own equable habits have
been crossed with tho feverish habits
of the restless world. We are unques
tionably facing an ever-Increasing diffi
culty of self-command with ever doterl-
With the PrcsidenliatKCan
didates Today
PROGRESSIVE Colonel Boose.
volt en route through Wiscon
sin to Oshkosh.
BKPOBLICAN President Tft re-
turns to BoTCrly from his long
' motor trip.
DEMOCRATIC CloTcrnor Wilson
en route East, stojplng at Can.
ton, dhlo, and CleTeluhd.
SOCIALIST Eugene V. Debs re-
aalned at homo In Tcrro Haute,
Ind.
PB0HIBITI0NI8T Eugene Cha
fln was In Somerset county, Pa.
orating materials, possibly with degen
eration of fiber.'
"In volune E of his history, on pages
213-214, he writes as follows:
" There came multitudes of men of
the lowest classes from the south of
Italy, and men of the meaner sort, out
at Hungary and Poland, men out o(
the ranks where there Is neither skill
nor energy nor any Initiative of any
Intelligence; and they came In numbers
which Increases from year to year, as
If the countries of the south of Europo
were disburdening themselves of the
more sordid and helpless elements of
their population.
" The Chinese were more to be de
sired as workers. If not aa citizens,
than most' of the coarse crew that came
crowding In every year at the Eastern
ports. The unlikely fellows who came
In nt the Eastern porta were tolerated
because they usurped no place but the
very lowest, In the scale of labor.'
Explanation Lame.
"When asked to explain this In
March last Mr. Wilson wrote to Mr.
Dl Sylvestro In part as follows:
"'I was In the passage alluded to
deDlorlnir only the comlnar to this
country of certain lawless elements
which I had aupposed all thoughtful
Italians themselves deplored. I was
minKing oniy ot tne men wno nave
tlmo and again threatened .to give to.
that whole fine body of Italians who
have enriched American life n repu
tation which they do not deserve.' "
GOV. WILSON TIRED
BY CHICAGO SPEECH
COLONEL WILL COT
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VOTE NEXT MONTH
Candidate Sleeps Soundly While
Train Bears Him to
Ohio.
CHICAGO, Oct llGov. Woodrow
Wilson, of New Jersey, left at 2:25
o'clock this morning for Canton, Ohio,
Tho Democratic Presidential candidate
was tired out after one of the most
strenuous days ot hts campaign, and
was soundly sleeping in his car Ions
before the train loft the' yards.
He went from the Seventh Regiment
Armory, where he addressed a big
meeting, to ms train.
Women Will Help
Democratic Funds
The District branch! of the Woman's.
National Democratic League Is forming
plans to .charter a theater within the
next1 two weeks, when the proceeds of
fho sata of seats will be donated to the
Democratic national committee aa cam
paign binds. At a meeting last night
Mlsa Jessie L Lane and Miss Margaret
Gage were seieciea to maxe arransjo
mrnts. .. . M.
An address on tho founding of the
league was made by Miss Katherlne
Montgomery Dabney, president of the
local branch.
Lpadcrs Admit That Progres
sive Movement Will Hurt
Their Party.
The Socialist vote Is going to be cut
into heavily as the result of the Pro
gressive party movement this year. The
beat evidence on tha point is the ad
missions ot the Socialist leaders them
selves. They fully expect It and frank
ly aay It
The Socialists were .expecting this
year to roll up a million votes In the
country. That Is, they were expecting
to do so before the nomination ot
Roosevelt by the Bull Moose party.
Now they have given It up.
They will consider themselves fortu
nate If they obtain' a total vote of $00,000
to 700.000. In other words, they calcu
late that Several hundred thousand
votes which would have gone to them
will tiyn to the progressive party. Four
years ago, the Socialists rolled up a
vote of 420,000. They 'were hopln- to
do better than double It thla year. They
caloulated. before the conventions, that
tr the Republicans , renominated Mr,
Taft and the Democrats put up a con
servative, conditions would be the best
possible fortfccesslons to their voting
strength.
Can Support Progressive.
But the situation with the Progressive
party arid Colonel Roosevelt In the field
Is radically different This does not
mesn that the Socialists look on the
Progressiva party as socialistic, br on
Roosevelt as Socialist or near-Socialist
What It doea mean Is that the
Socialist leaders reatlxo that a great
many people who are dissatisfied with
present inauattiai ana economic ana .
social conditions, and who would other-J
wise have expressed their protest by i
voting for the Socialist ticket, feel that I
the Progressives offer a platform which
they can support. ,
Tht. there will be an, actual reduc
tion of the simon-pure Socialist strength
In this country as the result of the Pro
grssslve movement Is flatly denied.
"That Is impossible" say the Socialist
leaders. '
They point out that lately the Socialist
farty has been getting large accessions
o Its voting strength from people who
protest against the old party programs
on Industrial, economic, and social
lines, but who, while protesting, are not
willing to subscribe to the tenets of
socialism, and actually become a part of
the Socialist group. Members of the
Socialist body proper In' this country,
the leaders say, will under no circum
stances go with the Progressiva party.
Situation in Bouse.
The' political conditions. are bad for
the Socialists, not only with respect to
the Presidential situation, but with re
spect to Congress. Some months 'ago
Boctallsf leadera were hoping they
would get a half doxen or mora seats In
the House of Representatives in this
campaign. Now, they d6 not expect It
The Indications are that Conaressman
Victor Berger ot Wisconsin, the only
Socialist now In Congress, will not be
returned. At any rate, he has a hard
fight on, and. If he pulls through, will
probably be the only one of his party
running .for the House that does. To
lose out completely In the House would
be a setback tor the Socialists. They
fully realise the Importance, of having
a small group ot their party In that
body,
What' the Socialist leaders are saying
Is that they will not get aa many votes
aa tney naa nopea ror tnis year, out mat,
as pomDired with nut Presidential cam
paigns, they will go ahead. In this they
Will nna cause tor some sausmeuon.
Democrats To Meet
AtMt. Rainier
James Eaabr-Smlth and Thomas
Monahan were the speakers at tho
weekly open-air rally of the Democrats
of Mt Rainier, last night The tariff
question was the chief topic of discus
sion. William Dull, of Brentwood, Md.,
was chairman of the meeting.
Another Democratic ally will be held
at Mt Rainier October 23, with Con
gressman J. T. Henin of Alabama, the
speaker ot the evening.
Democrat Meet.
A Democratlo rally was held In Cspl
tol Heights. Md.. last night, at which
Robert L. Montague and Louis L. Ham
by were the speakers. There waa a
large attendance and much enthusiasm
displayed.
HOTEL ATTACHES
TO TELL
ABOUT IRON MEN
Appear in Court' Room at
r Trial of Dynamite
Case.
Automobile Burned;'
An automobile belonging to "W. T.
Lewis, of 212 13 street .northwest was
destroyed by fire on the Biadensburg
road, near Mills avenue, yesterday aft
ernoon. The blase originated under the
engine hood while Lewis waa driving
along the road. An alarm was sound
ed, but by the time the firemen arrived
the machine waa in ruins.
CASTOR M
lor Infants and Obildrek
Thi Kind Yn Han AlwifilNiht
Boars the)
ftlg&atarvof
ELDERLY FOLKS! CALOMEL, SALTS
AND CATHARTICS AREN'T FOR YOU
Harmless, gentle "Syrup of Figs" is best to cleanse your
stomach, liVer and 30 feet of bowels of sour bile,
decaying food, gases and clogged-up waste.
Tou old people. Syrup of Figs Is par
ticularly for you. You who don't ex
ercise as much as you need to; who
like the easy chair. You, whose steps
are slow and whose. muscles are leas
elastic You must realize that ypur
liver and ten yards of bowels have
also become less active.
Don't regard Syrup "of Figs aa physio.
It stimulates the liver and bowels just
as exercise would do If, you took enough
of It It Is -not harah like salts or ca
thartics. The help which Syrup ot
Figs rives .to a torpid liver and weak,
sluggish bowels Is harmless, natural,
and gentle. . ,
When eyes grow dim you help them.
Do tbf same with your liver and
bowels when age makes them less ac
tive. There Is nothing more Important
Costive, clogged-up bpwels mean that
decaying, fermenting food Is clogged
there, and the pores or ducts In these
thirty feet of bowels suck this decay
ing waste ana poisons into me uioou.
You will never get feeling right until
this is correctea out do it gently, uon i
have a bowel washday; don't use a
bowel Irritant. For your, sake, please
use only gentle, effective Syrup of
Figs. Then you are not drugging your
self, for 8yrup of Figs Is composed of
only luscious figs, senna, and aromatic,
which cannot injure. ,
'A teaspoontul tonight will gently, but
thoroughly, move on and out of your
system hy morning all the aour bile,
poisonous fermenting food and clogged
up waste matter without gripe, nausea,
or weakness.
But get the genuine. Ask your drug
gist for the full name. "8yrup ot Figs
and Elixir of Senna." Refuse, with con.
tempt any other Fig Byrup unless It
bears the name prepared by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Company. Read the
label.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct 1L Establish
ing the alleged movements ot some
01 tne Accused Iron workers by means
of telegrams and tolegranh company
employes, the Government today ex
pected to 'prove the same movements
by a smalt army of hotel attaches and
clerks. Half the little court room was
ailed with hotel tlerks when eourt
opened, and the district attorney said
there were more to come.
After the telegraphers were through
and District Attorney Miller waa ready
for the hotel contingent McManlgal
was brought Into tfce court room from
the marshal's office, and Was ordered
to stand up, that all witnesses might
DCC .11111. -
Harry M. Spinning, an under, shef Iff
of Los Angeles, then Identified several
photos of the McNamaras, the district
.t.umojr uTCiuini mat as inoso two
defendants were In Ban Quentln they
would have to be Identified by photo
graphs. Postmaster General
Waives Legal Rights
Postmaster General Hitchcock has
sent to the New York courts formal
notice waiving the lack of Jurisdiction
of the courts over the person of a Cabi
net officer In the Injunction proceedings
brought by the Journal of Commerce to
restrain the enforcement of the news
paper publicity law.
The Postmaster General took this
action to make It plain to the courts
that he would not stand on technicali
ties, but waa anxious to have a decision.
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