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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
CHEER WILSON AT
Speaker Declares Republi
cans' "Bolts" Changed to
Rain for Trusts.
Three thousand Dcmoctats vvere pres
ent last night In Convention Hall to
hear the special messago of Wooelrovv
'Wilson to his followers tml to hear
their leader extolled and victory
claimed by Hannls Taylor, former am
bassador to Spain, Henry I". Davh, a
ilassmatc In college of tho Presidential
candidate, Onirics C. l'rost ot New
JiTricj and Congressman Carter Glass
In addition to the sr.i nkorx und the
bund there vvus u squad of four hun
dred college gtudintn fium UeorKctown
und the othei colli gen of this cltj,
who "whopped" Unix up from 'ho
mart and led the applause In every in
stance, aided by the l'llnceton alumni.
After each mention of Wilson, I)i.mii,
Clark or .Marshall the rol!eRo ciiuml
each time cave "nlno rnh und n .U;ic'
for the name mentioned.
Mr. Taylor vvim Introduced by John
V. Bostcllo, District national eomnilt
teeman. ns the chief speaker of the me
rlins. He asserti d In the bcglnnlne; that
the nation stood In the midst of politi
cal chaos und pointed out the causes
for the condition. The lemed for the
condition, he declared, was the comlns
Democratic success at the polls.
Founders Feared Autocracy.
Mr. Taylor staled '.hat when the
American Government was beBun tho
builders of that Government wero afraid
of an autocracy such as Iceland had.
They therefore put such restrictions on
the Government us would Insure a demo
cracy for all time Theso rcstilctlons
have operated In fax or of corporations,
who hae taken advnntnRc of the an
cient restrictions to build their trusts
bejoncl the pale.
The speaker declared that theie vero
ecvcral things which Mr Wilson had
pledged himself to do which tho other
candidates would not do. These ate
downward revision of the tariff, u reui
Kanlzntlon of banklns iind cunency
laws, forest development, and the estuu
llHhtncnt of a Just foielgn policy.
In spcaklnc of the Republican iit-ti-inpts
to curb the trusts, Mr. Talor
n.ld thut eveiy attempt so far scum to
have helped out the monopolies won
detfiillT "I he blasting bolt that wns
to destro," said he, "elianifci and be
came a fcrtllltlm.' rain, making the
value ot stocks larger than before."
Blames Tariff for Strikes.
tn regnrd to the downward revision of
tie tariff, which has been promised by
the Democrats, Mr. Taslor declared
that It was a mattei of national honor
to rcmcclv the evils that huve befallen
on iiCLOiint of the high tariff JIo
blamed the tariff for the I.a,vicnce
nriki und Its incident horrors and ele
ctareel that. If there was u proper tariff,
the Ameilcnn merchant marine would
iiBiiln Its tormer supion.ae of thu
Hcnr K Dals followed .Mr. Tnlor
with a personal uupiccialion of tho
man He said Ml Wilson had declared
that the campaign vvus lor principles,
notmen, but that he did not agree with
him. He thought no othei ramiMlajn
had ever hinged so entlielv on tho men
lMolwd and that of th,. time .Vllsoii
x kh head and shouldets tin- taller.
Mr. Davis said WIIhoii hud made good
ii New Jersey as governor, wheie It
who Murder tr mako good than In any
other .state In the I'nlun, and that he
whs lilted both mentallj and morally
to be tho head of tho nation "And in
the Piovidencc of and the result of the
eumptflgn Is determined nlreadj," was
After Mr. Davis Congressman Caiter
uiume 01 v irginia and I'hiirlos I' rrost.
of New Jersoj, spoke on tho same Unci
as their predecessors.
Report Du Pont Ready to
Resign From U. S. Senate
Itcncwal of the report that Senator
Henry A du I'ont of Dcl.iwate Intends
to reslsn if th llcpubllcans carr the
Mate, Ii current hcie and In Dela
ware The plan Is to have State Hen
Mor Miller, Itepuhllcun candidate tor
Kovernnr, appoint Congressman Wil
liam II llialil to succeed ilu I'ont,
lirovlded, of course, the Kepubllcans
win the State
Tin Heed resolution for nn investi
gation of ehaiges against du I'ont Is
pending- In the Snnite and the op
ponents of du I'ont think this Is mnk
tne him anxious to emit Du 1'nnt'a
teim holds until 1117 and It l doubt
ed here If he will leslgn If the Demo
crats win. Senator Klrhnrdson Is not
n candidate to succeed himself und If
ilu 'I'ont resigns and the Democrats
curry Delaware, this would mean two
Democratic Rcnntpm from the Stnte
TUESDAY WILL BE MOOSE DAY
"His Hair is Thick
and Black and Long"
A tribute to "The Village Blacksmith"
But tho tioet know not of AMBUROL
Or he would have mentioned it,
We have too many baldheads with us.
They know not AMBUROL.
Get a five cent packet of AMBUROL
today from your druggist. Half fill
basin with hot water. This Is no "tea
spoon and teacup" shampoo. Dip tho
head in, wetting tho hair well. Now
shake the AMBUROL powder on tho
hair and shampoo with ono hand. It
makes a big foam. Tho hair comes
back to its youth, stops falling out.
Dandruff disappears. Dull, brittle hair
grows wavy and fluffy. AMBUROL is
tonic and shampoo combined. Spend
a nickel to prove it.
MT Auieful kMV'ScrU Bcwrtr?' by
Ladr Ann.b.1. la U 8 cant packata at
AMBUROL. At all dranbta.
IS EASY VICTOR
Former Governor Dawson
Sees Defeat of Taft
CHARLESTON, V. Vn , Nov i-As
has atvva.VH been his custom during his
thirty iar of uctivlt In politics,
former Gov William M. O. Dawson Is
vcr conservative In making state
ments Just before election. As ihulr
man of the Progressive pattv's State
executive tommlttee, he holds to the
same Uvvs he held when chairman of
the Republican State executive tommlt
tee during which time the Republicans
of the State never lost a battle. The
llrst setback to thu party came when he
declined to furthei head the organisa
"That Roosevelt will get more votes
In West Virginia than elthei Taft or
Wilson Is more than a poislbillt , It
Is now a probablllts." shvh the chair
man of the l'rogieeslvc". Mr Dawson
has alto expressed the belief the entire
Republican Stnte ticket will be elected
by handsome majorities.
When asked for u statement on the
probable result next Tuesday In West
Irglnla on the head of the ticket, he
' I am not In the habit of muking
i-tatements that I do not believe to bo
tun. I think Iving In politics is pie
clselv ns bud as ljlng nnvvlnre else.
I have been a manager of political
pait camnilgns for nearly thlrtv
ears nearly ulwas successful, and I
nevet made a ptedlctlon thut I didn't
believe wnirnntrd by the facts, and 1
have rarrlv made u mistake
' Our State committee has had neither
the time nor the means to make i
poll of the state nor of any pmt of It,
In the short time since we legau A
good man) Democrats will vote for
RooW'Velt, some Taft Republicans, to
make sine of di featlng Uoohevelt, will
vote for Wilson There will be an In
crease In the Socialist vote, perhaps
ulo In the Prohibition vole It Is also
appaient that there is nn unusually
large 'silent' vote.
"That Itoosevell will get more votes
In West Virginia than either Taft or
Wilson Is more than u posslblllD , It
Is now a piolnbllltv. Roosevelt has
gained prc-atl.' In the lust ten davs, and
the tide Is still strong In his favoi The
work of oui State committee has been
grentlv handicapped foi lack of
SPECIAL SERVICE .
ON CAR EINES FOR
Late Schedule Extended to
Enable Watchers of Re
turns to Ride Home.
Voiceless and tired citizens of Wash
ington going home in the small hours
of Wednesday morning will llnd street
ears to take them to their lodgings. The
Washington Railway and Klectile Com-
pnny will give a special service after
midnight so that the thousands down
town to hear eloetlon returns will not
have' to wnlk back to Hrlghtwood, Ta
knmi Park. Somerset, Anacostla, or
wherever they may live.
The official announcement of such ser
vice is as follows:
In nilelltlnn to the regular all night
cais on thu Georgetown, Columbia,
Neirth Capitol, Ninth street, nnd Hrlght
wood lines these lute, eaiis will be op
erated: I-ast ear will leave Ninth and V
xtieets fur Mt Pleasant at 2 a in
Last e ur will leave Ninth and P
h' streets for Thirteenth and D streets
northeast at !1a m
Ijjsi car will leave Ninth und Pcnn
I'vlv.inla avenue northwest for Tukoina
Park at 2 n m.
Iist ear will leave Ninth and Penn
svlvnnla avenue northwest for District
line and I'orest Glen at 1 i3 a m
Last car will leave Ninth and I"
stieets (via Center Mnll-tt) for Ana
costla and Congress Heights at 2 a in
Last cut will lenve Ninth and Penn
svlvanla avenue northwest for Kleventh
und Monroe northwest at 2 u. m
Last car will leave Ninth and Penn.
H)lvanla avenue northwest for Kleventh
nnd Florida avenue northwest at 3.13
Latt car will Icive rifteenth and New
York avenue for Chesapeuke Junction
(District line) at 2 it. m
Last car will leave Fifteenth and
New York avenue foi Kcnllworth at
1 - a. in.
Last ear will leave Wisconsin avenuo
and M for Rockvllle nt 1 a m.
Lust ear will lenve wls'onsln avenue
and M for BomeTsct at 1.30 n. in.
Lust cur will leuve Thirty-sixth street
anil Prospect avenue foi Cabin John
Ilrldge ul 1 30 a. in.
I-ast ear will leave steamboat wharves
for Seventh and W street northwest at
I a. ni
List enr will leave Fifteenth and (1
street noithwest for Ilrookland at 2
Last ear will leave Fifteenth and I
street northwest for nerwvn nt 2 a m
Last car will leave Fifteenth and f!
street northwest for Lnuiel at 11.15
WRITERS AND STAGE
FOLK PLEAD CAUSE
OF COL ROOSEVELT
Taft Due for "Spanking,"
Says McCutcheon Lillian
CHICAGO, III.. Nov 3 Newspaper
and stage folk broke the rule that Is
usiiitllv supposed to govern them and
made real pcecheH at a Progressive
meeting last night at the Lvrlc Theatei
The shortest was by Lillian Russell,
and ns many people its the house would
possibly hold heard her give u political
speech of thirty-four words. Her
"Theie has been so much said hre
tonight that Is wonderful, that I call
only say I corroborate every uttertnee
und that I urn In sympathy with yuu
and the party. I thank ou."
Among the speakers were George
Pitch, Kmcrson Hough nnd lMna Ker
ber, authors, Prof. J. Weber Wnn, of
Chicago University, William Gllljlte,
Frank II. Funk, Progierslve candidate
for governor, John T McCutcheon and
Uert Leston Tavlor
Mr McCutcheon refened to Taft as
"Cincinnati's biggest babv, who Is
about to get his first spanking In llfly
William Gillette said Americans usu
ally got experts for set lolls work, but
that they had made an exception In se
lecting men for tho Presidency.
"If your house Is filled with rats, ou
don't send for a Trench pug or iv wa
ter spaniel jou get a rutter," he said
"And when you get him you don't
throw up vour hands nnd say 'My tjod,
tils teeth show too much,' When Rob
ert Kdeson as'erted he was a Progres
sive becnuse that pnrtv had 'A man
who can handle that bunch ill Wnshl.ig
ton," he said nil that needs to be Raid "
yiLS0N GAINS AID
OF CHICAGO NEWS
Paper Credited, in Past Cam
paigns, With Carrying
CHICAGO. Ill, Nov. 3.-The Chicago
Dallv News took a definite position on
the presldencv for the first time edi
torially last evening, when It declared
for Governor Wilson. In previous local
campaigns the News has been credited
with carding twenty to thirty thousand
voters with It. In Its concluding para
graphs the News editorially said:
"In words and actions and sympathies
Governor Wilson Is a true progresslv e.
He has not only courage, but courtesy
and modesty. He has not only de
cision, but moderation and tact. His
convictions are not only right, but they
are settled convictions He takes coun
sel as well as gives It.
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