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THE WASHINGTON TttlKS, FIUDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1912
HE WAS "RATTLED"
. Bf big: oil
Cheering So Affected-Him
TIrat He' Delivered' u
NEW TOHK, N"bv. i.-Opvernor .Fll
sdn left for, Rochester at. 8:30 a. m." to
day, grres41 jr. pleased with the reception
he received at Madison Square ' Oar
den last night jand fully convinced that
lie would receive' a record 'vote In Ww
York city nexfjTuesday.
'The EOvernor""frahlify""co'hfeaed that
f9r trje nrst tlrpo, .instil-life, ho. ,wus
"rattled" lint- '-night. -The sixty-two
minutes of 'uproarious checrlrig so, af
fected him that heMoet 'completely the
thread, of the speech he. had prepared
and delivered a brand new onei'
"The demonstration jmrtlcularly Im
pressed me,"' "said the governor while
waiting; for'thV train, to pull out "be
cause I rerillite'd' that It 'was fdr' a"
esuse,, and mot for an Individual."
Murphy Engineered Ovation.
Governor Wilson -will return to this
clfy tomorrow to revjew. the great .Deni
obratlc parade la the afternoon, which
tle Democrats expect to eclipse, allsu(h
a'rralra eve'r held In the United States.
.The, trained 'legions pf Charles ,l?rancls
Murphy.' of Tammany Hall, and of his
deputy bosses throughout Greater New
Vork. crowded Into -Madison Souar'e
Garden last night and cheered Wilson
f&r one hour and two minutes: Lusty
lis some of these fellows- are,' and ac
customed as some of them have been all
their lives to rough work for Tammany
lall the demand upon them to cjeer
for an hour and two minutes a candi
date that they have .no- particular dove
for was a little too much for' them, but
they carried' out-ith'elrorders, wjtlv iru.e.
organization . loyalty,', and these, ordera
w'eru to outdo' the.) genuine Rodsevelt
demonstration, of tho. night be Corp. ,'B.o
when4 they- Were-uhable "to ch'cer' thuy"
began to. sing, and Tvlienthoy-couldn't
sing any longer the' band 'helped them
nut. Tho .musicians jumped f.ram-.soiig
to song. In the way of plantation melo
i i ? - . . -
dies and popular Cast, Bide' airs, so the
crowd cou'd, keep up tho shouting,
Wilson, Smiles and Smile.
Governor Wilson looked tremendous
ly pleased. He regarded the demonstra
tion as the greatest thing that had
.happened In his campaign. He .was un
aware that Mr. Muiphy had manufac
tured most of It, .partly to pleaso the
Presidential candidate and partly to af
fect sentiment In the city of New ioiu
and throughout tlie fllnte.- . ,
After the cheerlnu and' the noise hid
gone k on for twanty minutes Governor
Wilson" continued " to grow" happier, and
at the end of an hour-nts- face .was
creased with smiles. Therd were a
dozen creases at least. .William Sul
icr, who knows a. thing .wheni he sees
it, was tho. most uitdlsturbed'tnan-ln'the
It was a great. meeting altogether,
aside from 'the worked-up enthusiasm.
The great hall was packed. Only the
aisles, ikept open by the firemen,, were
unfilled. .There ..was no .outpouring on
tho outside, to he sure, as thero was at
tho Iloosevelt meeting of the night be
fore. The ,2,000'Demoerats who couldn't
git' Into i.the 'Garden didn't remain even
until Woodrow Wilson' appeared on the
outside, a little before o'clock.
The'Presldentlnl candidate entered the
Garden by the tire escape on the Twenty-seventh
street sldcv Just ns Colonel
Iloosevelt had done the night before.
At'thatttlme.thcra were not twenty-five
persons on 'tho street outside. John P.
Howe .chief of the Fire Prevention
Ilureau, said 17,000 persons had entered
the Oarden. Mrs. Wilson and her three
daughters were ln'thelr box at S o'clock,
and In the next box were Charles F.
Murphy, -Phil Doriohue, and Thomas K.
Smith,' of Tammany.
Wife and Daughter! Pleased.
Mrs. 'Wilson' and ' her daughters were
apparently greatly moved by the dem
onstration 'for the governor, and ex
changed smiles with nlm as he tried to
Representative Oscar W. Underwood,
who had) been Governor Wilson's op
ponent for the Democratic nomination,
and Representative WlUlam Sulzer, can
didate for governor of New York, pre
ceded Governor Wilson. Mr. Under
wood had .continued but a .few minutes
when Governor Wilson arrived, and hu
gave way before tho demonstration for
Test For Dentist To
. Hold District Job
Jn response to the request of the Com
missioners tho.Unlted States Civil Berv
Ice Commission will hold an examina
tion November 1 to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Or. Henry
W. "Johnson, 'dental Inspector for the
public 'schools tor white pupils.
The Commissioners are finding diffi
culty In' finding a man for the posi
tion because of the small salary, SS00 a
TWU WHITE MEN
STABBED IN FIGHT
BY COLORED PI
Third Man, Attacked By
Gang of Boys, Receives
Deep Scalp Wound.
John P. Down and Charles Strick
land, of 747 Second street northeast,
.were assaulted by two unidentified col
ored men while standing In front of
their home early today. Downs waa
tabbed In both sides of the body and
Strickland was cut above the eye. They
were taken to the Casualty Hospital,
where It was said neither was seriously
Downs and Strickland were standing
by the front steps talking when the
colored men came along. One -of tho
colored men jostled Downs and an alter
cation followed, which ended when the
colored men drew knives and .slashed
at tho white men. Both white men had
their clothing cut besides being stab
bed. Realising- that they might be serious
ly hurt because of the fact that they
were not armed and were unablo to
Protect themselves, against their as
sailants. Downs and Strickland start
ed toward the front door. Tho colored
men ran down the street and dlsao-
pearad before the arrival of the police.'
,.M..u 0M...U1I1H ill Hunt ui ins noma
about g o'clock last evening, John D.
Talking, Mfty-Ovo years old, of 312 A
street northeast, was assaulted by a
Rang of colored boys who were "cele
brating" Halloween. One of tho boys
threw a heavy object At Talking, strlk
Ins; him on the head and Inflicting o
deep scalp wound.
ITALY'S ONLY WOMAN
LAWYER frill FIGHT
To Carry Contest For feight To
Practice Into Parliament, Fol
lowing Loss of License.
ROME, Nov. 1. Racked by thousands
of progressive Italian women. Slgnorlna
Teresa Labrlola announced today that
she will carry her fight for tho right to
practice as a lawyer Into parliament.
Slgnorlna Labrlola was graduated
with the highest honors from tlte Royal
Law College, and niled the chair of
civil law there for five years before tho
council of the Order of Attorneys gave
her a license to appear In court. Hardly
had sho finished defending her first case
before the attorney general had the
license revoked on the ground that no
statute specifically admits women to the
SAGE TEA, USED BY OUR GRAND
MOTHERS TO DARKEN THE HAIR
Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color, Stops It Front
Coming Out and Makes It Grow.
It Is easier to preserve the color of
the hair than to restore It, although It
Is possible to do both. Our grand
mothers understood the secret. They
made a. "sage tea." and their dark,
glossy hair long after, middle life was
due to this fact. Our mothers have
gray hairs before they are fifty, but
they are beginning to appreciate the
wisdom of our grandmothers In using
"sage tea" for their hair and are fast
The present generation has the ad
vantage of the past in that it can get
a ready - to- -use preparation called
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem
edy. As a scalp tonic and color re
storer this preparation Is vastly super
ior to the ordinary "sage tea" made by
Tha growth and beauty of the hair
depends on a healthy condition of the
scalp. Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy quickly kills the dandruff
germs which rob the hair of Its life,
color and lustre, makes the scalp clean
and healthy, gives the hair strength,
color and beauty, and makes it grow.
Get a 60-cent bottlo from your drug
gist today. Ho will give your money
back If you are not satisfied after. a
fair trial. Agent, James O'Donnelh
THREATEN TO JOIN
STREET CAR STRIKE
Jacksonville Engineers and Elec
tricians Will Act Unless Com
pany Treats With Emjjloyes.
- JACKSONVILLE, Ha., Nov. l.-Ths
street car situation hero Is unchangod.
No attempt has been made on the part
of the company to put into execution its
promise of normal service on tho vari
ous lines. .Engineers, opd electricians,
who hold tho key to the situation, havo
comoout in a manifesto saying they
would Join tho strikers. unless, a disposi
tion was shown on the part of the
company to treat with Its employes.
Their attitude precludes the possibility
of any Improvement today.
The city council and citizens genorally
denounce', the action of the mayor and
sheriff In their hurried call for the
entire National Guard of Florida with
out testing the local force, and have
reiterated tho demand for the with
drawal of the troops. The mllltla was
further augmentfd by arrivals this
morning. Adjutant .General Foster, tho
governor's personal representative Is on
the ground, and will endeavor to treat
with tho traction company today.
- DISCUSS CHARITIES
v The annual, meeting of theiGecrge
tnwn branch of the Associated' Chari
ties was held In the Hyda school last
night. A.. J. McKelway, of , the Na
tional Child Labor Comm.sslon, pre
sided. Reports of various committees were
presented and discussed. Miss Julia
Lathrop, head of tho children's bureau,
told of the' efforts' that ore being 'made
to secure, uniform, birth registration
laws." , ,
.The work. of. the story-telling centers
was explained ibyliiss Lena Wiiklns.
Miss Mury 'Simpson uubmltlcd.a icport
showlnir'that assistance was given
needy families. during. the winter. .Ad
dresses on the "work-or the. association
and the' necessity of co-operation with
the Health Department in securing Im
provements In sanitary conditions were
made by Walter S. , Uftord. general
secretary oi uio Assouiaicu nnues,
and Dr. Arthur L. Murray, of the
Only One "ItKOMO QUININE?
That IstAXATlVB IIIIOMO QUININE. .Lwk
for tha sKnaturS'Of.'E.'W. :OItOVK. ICurts a
'Sid toQnsDar. Cures Orlp.ln Two. Days.'. Mc.
PLEASE DO NOT FORGET
to order a supply of Butter tomorrow. And if you
want THE BEST, ,of course you will order at "James F.
Oyster's, which is recognizer headquarters for QUALITY
K Butter, 33c lb.
"Four Leaf Clover," 5-lb. boxes, $1.90
ErrMf inconvenient to call at our store or market
stands, write or phone orders. Prompt delivery.
JAMES F. OYSTER,. .
Studs ifi Priacipil Markets Phone Maw 4820
"AVE A POIXAK" .(
JL mm TAMMrrsw tml
Eyeglasses or tpecucle thst you'll
pay at lf.it 12 for utwhre.
Aiouniings snsranteea no w . .I
lively cusrsntMd. Sclentta,
fexlmfnatlan of your vas free. Q.11
.t nfflr. Hour t m. totft-.flfe.M-
Bundays t to 12 m. ' '''
MACrTS SCIENTIFIC EKI'l
902-904 G Street K.
"ATS A BO!
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11th St. . W.
BETWEEN a-AND' F.
TWO NEW STOREItOOMB,
Located' In one of the busiest sec
tions of tho city; a location where
you can do business, sell your
goods. without advertising.
Tho people are there, brought
there by the advertisements by
several of tho largest commercial
houses In the city Mosea & Son,
Woodward : Iothrop. Berry &
Whltmorc, Barber & Ross, Palais
Royal. Near the city postofflce
and Star office, etc.
We offer 602 nth st., storeroom
with cellar, with six-room apart
01 Uth st, storeroom with cel
lar, hot-water heat.
The fronts are modern and at
tractive. The storerooms are bright and
cheerful, metal ceilings, toilets, etc.
Rearonoble- rental to reliable
Stone & Fairfax
1342 New York Ave.
D. J. KAUFMAN
Doubling His Clothing Business
fMft4 VfV J
i i 'iZ''d
.'If l '&M
Rv Giving: Bigger Values
Second Big Shipment
01 Those Honest $20
. Nobody, can give you anything like them or near as
f.;o!id,at t-ho price. You can take our word for it but
Iook( around it's your money and you want to spend
.tao-'fho-btttradvantage we'll sell you the clothing after
you've made the comparisons: In this great line are
hundreds of the newest and nobbiest suits and over
coats, and this second big shipment includes several nif
ty styles in Norfolk Suits as well as the more conser
vative effects. Big choice Big value Big business
You can't match them anywhere at $15.15.
Suits and Overcoats at $25.00
They Compare to Others' $35 Grades.
Suits and Overcoats at $28.75
These Are Wonderful Values. They're Worth $40.
Suits and Overcoats at $35.00
Ask The Tailor. He'll Tell You They Can't Be Made For $50.
To prove our confidence in the great value of these suits and over
coatsand to make our argument absolutely convincing
There's a $5 Bill Here for Any Man
who purchases one of our suits and overcoats if he can duplicate the
same in style, fabric, trimming, and workmanship at the same price
anywhere in the city.
at 9 P. M.
It isn't necessary to wait
a single day before buying the Furni
ture you need to-make your home comfortable
and attractive for the winter. You can buy everything
here now at money-saving, underselling prices, and arrange to
PAY A LITTLE AT A TIME WHILE USING THE GOODS.
tf If t ti ti v(uv
POsCI IAMNI0.V''- SSpsff-TTA. ) 1U$
Including Massiye two
inch post Guaranteed
Brass Bed, woven wire
spring. and soft cotton
top mattress all, com-?
plete f or '.'
Special Sale of the famous Tiger Brand
Genuine Wool Tapestry Room Size
Brussels Rugs, $1 0.95
Busy as Bees Selling That Great Purchase
of Five Manufacturers1 Sample Hats, Made
to Sell as High as $3.00
Money's Worth or Money Back
ThSris D. J. KAUFflAN
This new line of
Tiger Brand Rugs is
better than any we
have ever shown.
New Oriental, Me
dallion, and Floral
Patterns rich colorings.
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This Ail-Steel Sanitary
Special Friday Afternoon and
All Day Sacur- it 4 7c
day at. ... ql. D
Corner Seventh and D Streets N. W. ,