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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER (!, 1912.
WIFE IS THE FIRST
baughters Are Next to Ex
tend Felicitations at Home
li in Princeton.
PniNCETON, Nov. 6.-AS tho big
'rrandfnthcr's clock In tho library of
ithe Wilson home In Cleveland Innc
chimed out the hour of ten o'clock last
Hlght, Mra. Woodrow Wilson placed her
hands upon tho shoulders of her hus
band and kissed htm.
"My dear, I want to ba the flrat to
Congratulato you," she said.
The governor was standing with hU
hands folded and his back to the open
log lire. It wits tho first definite word
that he was the I'rcsldent-cloct of tho
Next to congratulato the governor
Were his throe daughters. Misses Mar
garet, Dcsslc, and nieanor Wilson,
llubbtlng over with happiness, tho President-elect,
fondly embraced each of
"Joe" Tumulty, tho governor's sec
retary; James Woodrow, his cousin,
and Chnrlcy Swem, personal stenog
rapher, danced with glee. From tho
time that "Joe" Tumulty bad tele
phoned tho tlrst returns from tho
Princeton Club, New York, at 0:15
o'clock, not a line of discouraging nuwu
reached the governor.
Governor at Dinner.
The governor was at dinner with his
family when tl.e tolegrah ins'ru-srii
Wilch liw ticked oft the news of tho
victory to drover Clovoland twenty
)ears ago first sounded.
"Jack" Mcndelson then copied the
. a . ...... ,1,.... AAlllif tA -AilH
returns muivr ii,i ;. v"iu w ",
oloud by Dudley I"lcld Malone, a per-
sonai irienu 01 inu guvcmui, who !
a guest at dinner.
Throughout tho evening tho governor
was the center of a h.ippy group In tho
parlor. Ho told storlei uud laughed at
those told by Ills daughters and others
who were In the happy circle about the
wood tiro. His comments on tho bulle
tins ncro brief.
From 8:30 until nearly 10 n clock tlii
governor stood with his buck to the
Jlrc and faced those who were scanning
the typewritten bulletins uk they cunin
from Mendelson's typowiller. Only two
or three times during tho evening did
the governor adjust his eyeglasses and
read the nuneuns mr nimreit.
Others who spent the evening with thb
governor and his family not already
mentioned wcrn Prof. Stockton Ajcson, a
brother of Mrs. Wilson: Cnpt. Oeorgo It.
Mc.Masters, V. 8. A.: FltzvUUIam Wood
ron. and nlno newspaper correspondent
who have been with the governor Blnce
the Baltimore convention.
. WILSON'S GUARDS
Manufacturers Likely to De
sert Atlantic City for
Kfforts nro being mado by the con
ventions commlttco of tho Chamber of
Commerce to procuro tho 151.1 conven
tion of tho National Ilalluay Supply
Manufacturers' Association, and at tho
meeting uf tho committee today ut noon
In tho chamber, J. D. Conway, secre
tary of tho organization, told of tho
nature of tho association and tho con
Mr. Conn ay silld Hint for lhn Inst
several years the association -had mot
in Atlantic city, and by carefully com.
Puted estimates hud left more than
Jl.OOO.tCO there. There Is a strong sen
timent favoring Washington as the next
meeting plnco, and there seems to
be little doubt that tho National Cupltal
will bo selected If u slutablo building
for the exhibits can bo provided.
Tho committee today voted to enter
tain the convention of the Federation
of Women's Clubs with a boat trip
down tho rivor.
Tlip convention will meet here next
'VPrll. A enmtnlttnn from rhn lni.nl
Knnlzatlor, composed of Mrs. Thoinan
Cnlvcr, Mr. William K. Andrews, presi
dent of the District K deration i.f
Women's Clubs, Mrs. K S. Henry. Mr...
John II, Stokes, Mrs. Hills Iigan, und
Mrs. A. F llasoan, appo.ired beforo
the committee, and asked tho co-opera-tlnn
of the Chamber.
Chairman John Dolph reported thnt
two nw conventions bavo ben mldVil
10 inose procured tor next year. Thev
aro tho convention of the Wnrmin'n
Christian Temperanco Union, with trotn
MO to l.tmc delegates and lasting six
nays, in u'u.mr, una tnc convention
of the Journeyman Plisterers I!nlin.
with nbout 15) delegates and listing
fo rtwo weeks, which will be held here
Former Senator s
Wife Lauds Taft
Complete Congressional Del
egation Is fleeted by
Democrats in State.
HAT.TIMOIli:. Nov. .-Rleetlng
complcto Congressional delegation, nn
unusual achievement for tho party In
recent years, tho Democracy swept
Maryland with a plurality of S8.000
Wilson's pluralltyy In tho Stata Is
38,000 or 40,000. His plurality In Il.il-
tlmorn city Is 11,000. Ho carried an
overwhelming mnjorlty of the city pre
cincts and tho election districts of tho
Htato, and twenty of tho twenty-four
city wards went to him. Tho other
four were captured by Itoosovelt.
Itoosovelt ran u good second, and
polled a heavier vote than the Inft
people expected, but far less than tlu
Progressive leaders had anticipated.
Taft ran n bad third. He carried only
a few precincts In tho wholo city. What
he lost itoosovelt gained, tho Republi
can vote being split between tho two
The Democratic Congressional candi
dates likewise swept Ilaltlmore. In tho
Third and Fourth districts, respectively.
Congressman Oeorgo Konlg and J.
Charles Llnthicum arc re-elected by un
Tho cltv oto of tho Presidential can
didates was Wilson, 47.C02, Itoosovelt,
33.071; T.lft. 13.BS4.
The Seventeenth wnrd, tho banner
Republican ward In tho city. In which
there aro more negro than white voters,
gave Itoosovelt n plurality of nffli. Tho
normal Republican plurality In tho ward
The banner Democratic ward of the
Secret Service Men Will Guard
Within a day or two at tho most,
Vnlted States Government Secret Scrv
Ico men will bo guarding the person of
President-elect Woodrow Wilson. Chief
Wllkle, of tho Secret 8enlcc, Is busy
today arranging for a bodyguard for
the next President. Just who will
guard Gocrnor Wilson will piob.ihly
not te known for several days, or un'll
some onu detects a couple of nl-it,
keen-eyed men constantly In the vicin
ity of the Wilson home, or any other
Xyco where the President-elect may be.
Chief Wllkle would not discuss today
tho plans for the. bodyguard, und do"s
not admit that plans are being mart"
Tho law has been construed aa provid
ing, however, that the Picsident-elei't
as well as the President, must be
guarded from violence and harm.
Governor Wilson has the prerogative
of selecting his own bodyguard If ho so
wlsliej. and tt Is probable that Chief
Wllkle has already asked him to ex"
piesH his preference If he has any.
During pro-election days, In fact
throughout his campaign, Governor
Wilson lias watchU over and guarded
by Captain "Dill" McDonald, the Texas
, nefore the Federal Woman's irnualltv
Association Mrs. Frederick Dubois, wlfo
of former Senator Dubois of Idaho, paid
a tribute to Presllent Taft last night
for the efforts he lias made for the sup
pression of the white slave traffic. Ills
work for the creation nf n Children's
Itureau, which was accomplished at the
last session of congress, was nlso com
mended. "Tho appointment or Miss Julia I a
tlirop as head or this bureau Is the
nnest nnd most lust lecognltlon of a
woman's nhllltv nnd her place In the
nation thnt has ever been made by any
President." she slid. "We, the women
of this country, owe him a voto of
thanks for these things, and nlro for
treaties which ho endeavored to pass
for International peace."
Georgetown Fails to
Celebrate Founders' Day
The new John Carroll, founder of
Georgetown University, was made
bishop of Ilaltlmore, lis years ago Tho
anniversary of this event Is not being
celebrated at Georgetown I'nlverslty us
It was onlr last Anrll that a statue
was unveiled at Georgetown In his
Bishop Carroll was consecrated In
Weld's chapel, I.ulwurth Castle, Kng
land, Pope PIub VI officiating.
Almost every "
hns had soro throat
will havo It again. It
Is ono of our most
common ailments and,
becauso It, in itself. Is
., fnfnt. Is too often.
Ailment looked upon as a
Aliment. gmal, nttc,., nccdlns
On tho contrary It Is a very se
rious affection becauso every per
son with Soro Throat Is In dnngcr
of Tonsllltls, Quinsy, or Diphtheria
and other serious maladies. In fact
theso diseases nro almost Invariably
preceded by Soro Throat.
Tho air wo breathe, tho food wo
cat, tho liquids tvo drink, all pass
through tho throat, and It that Is
diseased Infection may bo carried
to every part of tho system. To cure
a Soro Throat often means to pre
vent Diphtheria or ono of tho other
more serious throat diseases. Cur
ing Soro Throat Is TONSILINE'S
special mission. It Is mado for that
advertised for that sold for that
ono purpose. TONSILINE Is tho
ono Bore Throat euro sold over a
largo part of tho United States.
TONSILINE Is eo well and so
skillfully prepared as a Soro Throat
euro that tho first dose gives relief,
and a few doses euro.
Remember Soro Throat lspH
Nature's danger signal. Keep H
TONSILINE In the houso and 'I
bo on tho safe sldo. .'
25 cents and GO cents. Itos- 1,4
Pltal SIzo U. 00. All Druggists. (
city was the Ninth. It gave Wilson n
plurality of 1,(79, while It gave him a
majority of 0415 over tho Taft and Itooso
velt voto combined.
A significant feature of the, returns Is
that President Taft did not run second
In a single ward in tho city. In most
of the wards Iloosevclt received twlca
as many votes as wcro polled by ths
Breaks All Records.
Congressman MntlilcUm broke nil
records for plurality by carrying tho
Fourth district by 7,822 votes over hls
opponent, Jacob F. Murbach. The dis
trict under normal conditions Is Demo
cratic by about 2,000, but Congressman
Llnthlcum "swept tho deck." Ho led
tho ticket In nearly every precinct.
Murbach was cut by tho Republicans.
In tho primaries ho supported Colonel
Iloonpvclt nnd won tho nomination.
Congressman Konlg was re-elected In
the Third district by a plurality of 4.188,
which Is tho first tlmo that tho district
has been cnrrled overwhelmingly by
tho Democrats since 1132. With tho ex
ception of four years It has been repre
sented by a Republican since 1894.
Persons in Public Eye
Have a Birthday Today
Tho Rt. Rev. Reginald .Heber Weller,
who recently succeeded tiio lata Bishop
Grafton ns head of the Episcopal dio
cese of Fon du Lac, Wis , was born In
Jerfcrson.Clty, Mo., on this day In 1887.
Ho graduated from the University of
the South In 1877, and studied for the
church at Nashotah Theological Semi
nary. Ho was ordained In 1884, and af
ter filling rectorships In several cities
of Wisconsin he was chosen coadjutor
bishop of Fon du Lac In 1900, and suc
ceeded to tho bishopric upon the death
of nishop Grafton some months ago.
President Fallleres, of France, Is
seventy-ono jenrs ofage today, and
Ignaeo Ian I'adorewskl, greatest of
pianists, hits reached his fifty-second
yenr. Former Senator Nelson W. Aid
rich Is celobrntlng his seventy-first
birthday, and John Philip Sousa, fa
mous bandmaster. Is flftyelght years
of age. Martin A. Knapp, presiding
Judge of tho Commerce Court, has
reached bis sixty-ninth year, and
Joseph Smith, president of tho reorgan
ized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Duy Saints, Is now eighty years of age.
TO UNCOVER TRACE
OF MISSING- CLERK
Believe He Has Left City,
But Wife Says He Would
Have No Motive.
rr300 l-lb. loaves to the barrel.
Whether YOUR candidate
was victorious or vanquish
ed, you can still enjoy the
most delicious Bread, Cakes
and Pastries if you'll use
for your baking. Cream Blend
Flour has been the one best so
lution to the baking problem
during many administrations.
IV Insist on having It. and
bring vour buklng troubles to
AT YOUR GROCERS.
I Cor. 11th and M Street S. .
Kffortt on the part of the police to
get any trace of tho whereabouts of
Stewart F. nlchards, a, clerk In tho
War Department, who has been
strangely missing slnco 'last Friday,
Mrs. Itlchards, the missing mans
wife, feared that her husband had been
a victim of foul play or met with nn
accident, but the pollco aro confident
he has left tho city. Friends of the
family hava suggested that Itlchards
might have been called out of town on
business, and neglected to notlfyy his
wlfo before he , left'. Mrs. Itlchards as
serts that so far as she knows thero
was no motive that would have prompt
ed her husband to go away voluntarily,
In reporting her husband's disappear
ance to the police, Mrs. Itlchards said
sho was without means to cars for
herself and seven children, the young'
est of whom Is but flvo months old, and
unless some word Is received from her
husband within tho next few days she
would be obliged to seek assistance!
from her friends.
nichHrds has not been seen slnco Fri
day, morning, when he left the War
uepartmeni snoiuy Deipre noon.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
A typical young men's over
coat, with medium length lapel.
A rather short coat, slightly
form tracing back.
This overcoat is made in
fancy fabrics only, and will be
very popular. You'll find it
here in many weaves at
& r PURE FABRIC
933 Pennsylvania Avenue .
til' .Nute the Window Display ns
You Pass Ily
AMD MliVH Hill)
red flannel under
wear; strictly all
wool and medicat
ed kind doctors
'Where Your Dollars Count Most"
722-724 7th Street N. W.
Fine mesh Not
tingham Lace Cur
tains, pretty floral
center design with
p ..p.:r.. i9c
This $18.50 Handsome Suit
II KG BlIK, iruK
Made of strictly all-wool vvarranted-
i to-weor storm serge In rich shades ot
blue, brown, and black; Jaunty 32-Inch
seml-lltted coat lined throughout with
guaranteed satin nnd finished with dress
I i-hleld protectors. Stvllsh long wide cut
lapels. Inlaid with satin. Larue silk (rog
'listenings and turn-back
cuffs. New panel oi Bldo
effect skirts. Great vnluo...'
illlts, rleuant rimilgh for nmonr to
near HisrlH to Sir,, S;i.TT.
Now Vested Hults of wlde'wale whin-
mrd; rough tweed, cheviot, nnd serges,
15 cholco Htylrs to select from Includ
ing tho Itobcsplerre with velvet turn
down collar and velvet piped waist
band. Tho new velvet set-ln vest stvle.
and many others of this season's most
populur fancy models.
All colors and mixtures
WonienV ISrvv Ulnek nnil Colored
Coats, worth to SID, S."..!l!.
nine and cruv chinchilla ulster coats.
with deep shawl collars and turn-back
cuffs of contrasting color and all-wool
zluck broadcloth coats In 3 handsome
models to select from.
Homo have satin, others
boucle trimming. Special,
GREATEST WAIST VALUES
91.00 TAILORED LINEN WAISTS, 49c
Mannish shirt for womrn of excellent quality
Linene Mudo with breast pocket, laun- JQn
dered collar and c iffs lux
$2 ROBESPIERRE VOILE WAISTS, 08c
Ilutton front nnd back, crisp wide waists'
hundsrme self embroidered fronts. New long
sleeves Itobcsplerre collars and velvet QQp
99 BLACK TAFFETA WAISTS, 91.08
Plain Tailored Shirts nnd fancy stylo'hlffnn
taffeta vvalMB. 8 handsome models to so
lcct from. Open front or backs, long Q- QQ
Children's Galatea and
Worth to $1
$3.50 Girls'-6 to 14 Year
Tull length Kersey and Zebellne Coats for girls to
It years. Double breasted, buttoned to n?ck model,
with braid trimmed collars and cuffs and (P- QQ
fancy button trimmed SLt!
$5 Girls' 6 to 14 Chinchilla Coats,
Newest Polo Coats of blue, brown, and grav Chin
cIiIIIh; splendid for school wear; warm and (JJO QQ
serviceable; worth double )jO
Warm Bedclothing Bargains
$1.50 Sllkoline Comforters,
Filled with pure white sanitary cotton, full dou
ble bed size; pretty light and dark colorings; QQ
warranted fast colors ..... iOv
$2.50 Extra Large and Heavy
Blankets and Comforts,
Ilxtru quality blankets; can't tell from all wool
white and gray extra size white filled sat- (J"l nr
Ino comforts pretty Persian patterns isJ.lt
$1 Blankets and Comforts, 69c
Oral nnd white double Blankets, with nlnk mil
blue borders, and heavy weight thickly padded JQ
Men's 8!o I'leece-Uned and QQ,
Itlbbed I nderMcar OUU
F.xceptlonally good heavy
weight ficece-llned and derby rib
bed underwear. Mudo with cov
ered seams and elasttc-rlb- QQn
bed cuffs. All sizes UOC
300 Women's White nib
bed Shirts nnd OAn
Illeached ribbed Shirts
and Drawers, for largo or
small women, extraordi
nary good (iiallty f)A0
Mnniple M)c Women's Itlb- OOn
bed L'ndepvrnr lUx
White flnc-rlbbed Vests and
Pants; vests finished with silk
crocheted yoke and sills strings;
pants with V-shnpcd French QQ,
bands. Samplo prlco
l Men's and Women's
Flat Woul Shirts 7K
and Drawers .. .. '
Gray nnd white nut
wool Shirts and Drawers.
for men and women,
price, fi.uu aiwnys.
IlOJS and Girls' :ille Klr.ee.
Lined Shirts nnd Draw- OAn
Extra heavy-weight, thickly
fleccc-llncd Shirts nnd Drawers,
tor ooys ana Kins; uraw
crs open on sldo or front;
I1I.&0 Men's nnd Worn.
rn's licit .ileillcatetl
StilrlH and Drawers
Shirts and Drawers of
nil-wool medicated llan
nel, for men and women;
soft, and fleecy kind QQn
that doesn't Itch... "Ot
A Carload of Prime
Young Yearling Mut
ton. Same as sold else
where as Lamb.
Legs, small, lb.,
Fore Quarters, lb.,
Shoulder Chops, lb.,
London Style Roll, lb.,
Stew Meat, lb.,
Loin Chops, lb.,
Rib Chops, lb.,
This yearling meat
will suit the most partic
ular palate. Don't hesi
tate to buy it.
Nothing else in the
meat line may be had
as cheaply just now.
Millbrook Eggs, extre
selected and graded
for weight and size
in sealed cartons
each egg guaranteed
Selected Eggs, doz.,
Fancy Sharp Cheese,
Fat Norway Mackerel,
New Sauer Kraut, qt.,
- - comforts; full sIzo. Special for this sale OiC g M - KM f J A4 H T 17 1 ltsf aflO
Buy Winter Underwear at These Sale Prices Save Money f! fl Old Dutch Market, lncJ " rVmagf grocks $9.95
ino Infants' Wrappers.
White ribbed, button-down-the-front
Infants; soft, clastic un
derwear; with silk scal
loped crocheted front and
.n,e.! ."V i2'2c
Pictorial Review Patterns Headquarters
A. LISNER Hoirs, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n. G STREET
Dr. Ralph Martin Samuel, Optenetrist and Optiriu
No Charse for Consultation
Office is First Floor Balcony Hears 9:30 to 5:30
The Christmas Bazaar Here
Is OaisBJai More Room From Varioas DepartaeaU
UA K &
Ready to Wear
Made to Order
taking a huge
lot from the
prices shall be
them off in
Trimmed Hats, $5.98 to $35.00
Were $7.50 and up in Prices to $50
Not one is to be reserved the entire stock of Parisian, Franco
American, and Anglo-American Hats, types for every phase of
women, for all possible occasions, are to be $5.08 to $35.00, instead
of $7.50 to $50.00.
Untrimmed Hats, $1.98 $2.98
All New Sham " Mors Were $3 Were $4
The more expensive Velvet, Velour, Plush, and Silk .Beaver
Hats are now $3.75 to $10.50, instead of $5 to $15. The trimmings
for all styles of hats are here in variety to assure a hat to suit your
gown, as well as your face. A few hints below:
$3.50 16c 14c
Merely illustrating that reliable low-price Trimmings are here,
not less than the most expensive. Look for better than usual $5.00
Shaded Ostrich Feather Plumes at $3.50; note that lovely com
binations are here, such as pink shaded to taupe, cerise to taupe,
cerise to amethyst, white to black.
The Ribbons reduced to 16c from 25c are really worth more
than 25c witness these 5 to 7 inch wide All-silk Ribbons, in love
liest of shades. At 14c, instead of 50c, are the Wings and Fancy
Feathers that give character to hats worn with tailored suits.
With proportionately greater reductions in the prices of the
more expensive trimmings and with the services of the Palais Roy
al's famous milliners, is not a visit here to be made part of to
Dresses For All Occasions
UXO l-. Av. N. W.
Kih and K Htm S. K.
Ulst and M ML. N. V.
Till A ((lie Mis. IV. W.
Ill II HI. N. i:.
1032 North Capital SI.
HM 13a. Ate. N. V.
10.13 14 1 h St. IV. XV.
Till A- D Sts. N. E.
U7S U street N. W.
The Mtrkti i
M I laal',NafL
The Christmas Apron Bazaar is
to occupy space in the department
for dresses, etc. It means a quick
sale of the dresses and reduced
prices to assure quickness.
To Be $15
Were $25 up.
Charmeuse, Eponge, and Cordu
roy Dresses in a half-hundred dif
ferent styles all the latest moment.
$25 to $40
Dresses that were as much
as $65 are included in these
lots. Some are exquisite cre
ations of Satin Brocades and
v limimcuac, wiui lllllllliui3 UI
The "Junior" and the "Misses' " sizes are both here assuring
a perfect fit for both growing and fully developed girls. Of chiffon,
with silk foundation, the round neck and short sleeves with rose
quilling trimming, these frocks are poems, in white, light blue,
maize, and pink.
A. Lisner Hours, 8 to 6 G Street