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BATTLE NOT OVER,
ONLY JUST BEGUN,
Jump of Progressive Party
Into Second Place Held
Source of Pride.
NEW TOHK, Nov. 12.-I)rleny roWcw
nc the results of the recent election.
Colonol nooaevelt Issued a formal state
ment last night congratulating the 'ro
Bresslvcs of thi country on the showing
made In polling more than ,0UO.OOO votes.
In the fact of numerous obstacles and In
beating; one of the old political parties
In the Electoral College und In the pop
ular vote. "Bo far from being over,"
tho colonel says, "tho battle has Just
begun. Wo will not rest content until
very featuro of tho Progressive pro
Bram has been put Into etfoct."
The statement follows:
"I conKratulato the Progressives of the
country that w, I congratulate those
, good men nnd won, en who, with sincer
ity of purpose for the common good,
nave had the vision to look Into the
i. mlng, ?" nd seo what tho future
ontl """i m no worn in mis pres-
.in?'1!!1 'he Progressive party has done
f.??.e th,? tn?ft of tl10 I'epubllcan organ
auon by the Republican bosses at Chi
fn50.JasVr,une ls literally unparallclod
nriS hl'lory of free Kovcrnmont.
rUon ""er representathe lnstltu-
Result a Victory.
"Three months have gone by slnco
ome hundreds of earnest men and
women gathered to found tho new Tro
Breaslvo party. Without much money,
A, without any organization, against the
wealth of the country, against tho en
iten,05'.r.,i,icft' "llty of the
M n. - """'" '"c "iiier nosili ty of
agaW8.'!.' i l.h! pr"s of "10 country
SDholdtnrhfUrloli",0"po',l,lon f every
ii,,i,.c.r ot "Pedal irlllri. whether
'" Politics or In business, and with the
luff nSlirt k ." tho ''regressive party
on5.ilr i,nHtwecn ,our "'"1 four and
orie-nalf million otes, has honelpiaiv
tant's tat ?. .h ?roral ,f ho Inipor-
2$$ Wortghlti- lSSS "
Ji,,'"" of pride no. on y to ffi
llil- Per1form-d the task, but to nil be
i.er?. ln .K00d citizenship and ?n the
capacity of Americans to? self-goVrn"
Party Has Come to Stay.
"During the campaign I s,Ud repeat
dly that this was In no shape or way a
one-man movement, but a movement
for great prlnclplcs-a movement whlc,
has sprung, as all healthy movements
heaT e"y must spring, from the
heart and conscience of tho pcodIb
i?S5ne,V"v l ,ruth must boP kep?
Jtav if5riehiiVCe ?Sny, ,m eonu- to
lay. If either of the o d parties will
ofdn?,r0ri, E"',""0 'es'Hlatlon any c "
of our planks It can count upon our
hearty support In so doing, but wo will
not rest contented until the entire plat
form Is enacted Into law and becomes
?a?mr.our p0"tlc"l Bystom, National
"I am proud indeed that the great
good fortuno has been mine to right
shoulder to shoulder with the men and
women who. In tho runks nnd a Mri
ous positions of leadership, have waged
this great battle, for social and InOua
trial! Justice. So far from being c.vcr
the battle has Just begun Wo w'll not
rest content until ciery feature of the
Progressiva program has been put Into
effect, and when this hns been dcre.
unquestionably there will hao tpencil
to us new avenues along which It mil
still bo a duty to work for the mural
and economio betterment of our people
"THKODOrtE HOOSEVELT." '
Ad Men Meet.
Preparing for tho convention of Ad
vertising .Men nt llaltlmore next June,
the executive committee of the Middle
Atlantic States section of tho National
Poster Advertising Asioolatlon met at
the Hotel Powhatan yesterday. K. L,.
Whitney, of Charleston, w. Va W.
E. Kemcry, of Parkcrsburg. W. Va.:
secretary-treasurer, Frank C. McCray,
of Fairmont, W. Va . W A. Klevsahl.
nf Richmond, Va.; Harry L Carey, of
Philadelphia, Pa., and W P. Hartley.
M. A. Kottler and J. K Shoemaker, all
of this city
Clean pots and pans
Germs of decay accumu
late on oft-used pots and
and pans, ordinary soap and
water only cleans off tho
Gold Dnst does the work
and does it right. It digs
deep after germs, cleans liko
a flash and leaves your pots
and pans as bright as the
day they were new and
Gold Dust does this work
in just half the time required
by soap or any other cleanser.
Does it better, too.
Gold Dust cleans every
thing like magic.
Gold Dust , r-unmj- -
1. sold in 50 J&JQZ(Bv?(2Z
(ee, 1 li e
How This Capital Minister
Passed His Summer Vacation
Took Family to Quietude of
Spot He Declines to
"Vacation?" tho nov. Dr. J. Morgan
Chambers, pastor of MoKendree Metho
dist Church, repeated the word with a
uuory, as though the Idea were a
stranger to htm. Then his youthful
face melted Into a, smile.
"My vacation waa much like the lets
uro time of Blossom's busy boy, whose
hours of labor were so long that, com
ing home from work at night, he'd meet
himself going down to work next
"1 wasn't reduced to ijujte those
straits, however," continued the doctor,
a quizzical play of humor wreathing
Itself about tho features In which tho
habit of kindly, gentle thought has kept
a boyish freshness, "hut It wasn't until
the last of July that I hnd even a
chuncu to think of a vacation. Then,
after a swift two-day visit to Ocean
Grove, New Jersey, nnd a postscript
of a day In Philadelphia, I hastened
back to Washington, gathered my fam
ily nnd took boat for West Hlver, down
"You don't know where It Is? Then
I'm not going to tell jou. It Is tho one
last relic of Arcadia left, nnd I want to
save It for myself, that I may spend
another such ten das thero as I had
this past summer. We stayed In an old
fashioned farmhouse. In the center of a
most old-fashioned country, prtmltlvo
to tho last degre and most picturesque
In Its iiualnt mixture or field and
quietude and 'forest and quietude and
land and quietude and water nnd
quietude. It was a country of quies
cence. Tho only evldenoc of 11 fo that wo
saw was the ox-cart that now and thin
crecped, tobacco-laden, with lazv creak
ing, along the drowsy roads, pulled by
sleepy oxen, with u somnolent darky
aperch the scat, droning himself Into
a doze with some lonesome tunc. The
very nlr seemed asleep; wnen tho hrecze
got up energy to blow through the
trees It sighed n soft lullaby
"Kvcn when we would go fishing, on
those languid waters, the spoil of
quietude wrapped the sport, We would
w.,lt dreamily until the lazv fish would
come slowly waving himself up to the
bait, thire wasn't any hurry on either
side. If he wanted to bite we would
rouse ourselves and try to catch him:
but wo really didn't care, neither did
the fish; one breath of the languid air
that swooned about the West Ulver
country, nnd you were hypnotized; It
always seemed late In the afternoon
down there. If that means anv thing to
"I only had ten days of vacation,"
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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY,
Vss; , '?Fti4, t ' J V
wf" s' t'Sv 'A
THE REV. DR. J. M. CHAMBERS.
concluded I)r Chnmbere, but for nbso.
lute deud, slumbrous, quletnesx, one run
u ion. n ui It In that tlnvi at West
Hlver but I'm not going to tell vou
how to get thire to that particular,
somnolent fnrmrtcad; I'm saving It for
myself next summer"
Yeggmen Obtain $4,300
In Postal Savings Bank
HYRACUSK. N Y Nor i;.-Yegg-melt
blow open tho safe In tho pontnf
llco nt Liverpool, a village across the
lake from Hvracuse early tmlny and got
au- nun h,mi in iHxii) f.t if in pos
tal savings, and Jl.ooo tn stamps
Meet oh Steamboat.
ST I.OFIK. Mo, Nov. i: -The Mis
slsslppl Hlver Commission nut for Its
nnnuhl fall pension on hoard the
steamer MIsslrMppI hero toda The
meeting will be followed by an Inspi c
tlon trip down the rtver to New Or
leans. Public hearings on matters con
nected with the Improvement of the
river will he given at manv points along
You can search the whole world over and not find another gift
that will bring so much pleasure to every member of the family.
1300 G St.
President-Elect Believes He
Has Lost That Much Time
at Princeton Junction.
TIIENTON. N. J.. Nov. 12. "I think
that altogether I'vo spent two years of
my life standing on that platform."
said President-elect Wilson as he sped
pint Princeton Junction In an auto
mobile on his way to Trenton today.
To get anywhere out of Princeton one
has to go to Prlncton Junction to reach
Ihe main line of the Pennsylvania rail
road. That's the reason the President
elect has spont so much time there,
"Oolng to and from New York when
I was at the university, and going to
and from Trenton slnca I have been
governor and havo continued to llvo
at Princeton, has necessitated a total ot
many hours waiting for trains," sold
the governor. "Counting my under
graduate days, I have lived at Prince
ton for twenty-seven years. I'm sure
I've put In two of them at the Junction
which I've always resented as a fright
ful waste of time."
Tho President-elect looked forward
to a busy da at Trenton.
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Will there be a Victrola in
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Any Victor dealer in any city in
the world will gladly play any music
you wish to hear.
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NOVEMBER 12, 1912.
Senate Inquiry to Be Taken
Up Again Novem
Now that the election ls over, the Sen
ate Inquiry Into campaign contributions
has lost much of Its Interest, and not
bolng pressed with the Insistence It whs
while the campnlgn wuh on.
No attempt will bo made to resume
the Inquiry this week, ns at one time
contemplnted. It will bo about Novem
ber before It will be started again.
Senator Clnpp, chairman of the com
mittee. Is In Minnesota, Former Sen
ator Foraker of Ohio has written that
It will not bv convenient for him to ap
pear earlier than November TO Furmer
Congressman Orosvenor will appear
about the same time. Former Congress,
man Sibley Is ln a sanitarium, and It
Is doubtful If the condition of his health
will permit him to appear The testi
mony of each of these men Is wonted
In connection with the Stnndard Oil let
ters published ln Hearst's magazine
Senator Clapp wants more light on the
Parker campaign fund of 1394, fn view
of the fart Thomas F Hyari has testi
fied he gave nearly a half million to
save the Democratic party from destruc
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short, deceptive relief, but completely!
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poison, soothes, heals, and strengthens
nm ,un, n'u.- 111, iiioriiiien, rniiKing JOU
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One application will convince you, and
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HAVE BRANCH HERE
Washington Members Decide to
Send Delegates to Convention
at Phifacfelphia Next Month.
.Tho Washington Association of Ma
rine Draftsmen, comprising forty-three
young men" who doslre the benefit of
organization, has been formed At a
meeting last evening delegates were
elected to the national convention In
Philadelphia, December 2, as follows:
A, Contl, Ilurcau of Hteam Knglneerlng,
Navy Department; J. M. Thomas, Ilu
reau of Construction and Repair, Navy
Department; and P. J. Thurston, Ilu
reau of Steam Engineering, Navy De
partment. The officers of the organization are:
President, W. M. nuckley, tlureau of
i onstruction nnu repair, jvavy Depart
ment; vice president, P. K Thurston,
treasurer, Henderson Gregory, Dureau
1 of Steam Engineering. Navy Depart
ment; and secretary. J. M. Thomas.
The board of governors Is made up of
W. Y. Avery, ilurcau of Hteam En
gineering. Navy Department. W. u.
. Newton and It. E. Anderson, Itureau of
' Construction and ltcnalr. Navy Denart.
The members of the association will
be drawn from the War Department,
the Navy Department, and the Light,
house and Revenue Cutter Service.
District of Columbia Day
"WORLD IN BALTIMORE"
Wednesday, November 13, 1912
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Parisian Sage Stops Falling
Hair and Dandruff
Nothing so detracts from the attract
iveness of woman as dull, faded, luster
Thero Is no excuse for this condition
nowadays, because notice Is hereby giv
en to the readers of Tho Washington
Times that Parisian Hage. the quick
acting hair restorer. Is sold with a
money back guarantee at M cents a
Hlnce Its introduction Into America,
Parisian sago has had an Immense sale,
nnd here are the reasons:
It Is safe and harmless. Contains no
dye or poisonous lead.
It cures dar.drurT In two weeks, by
killing the dandruff germ.
It stops falling hair.
It promptly stops Itching of the scalp.
It makes the hair soft and luxuriant.
It gives life and beauty to tho hair.
It Is not sticky or greasy.
It Is the daintiest perfumed hair tonic.
It Is the beat, the most pleasant and
Invigorating hair dressing made.
Fight shy of tho druggist who offers
you a substitute, he ls unworthy ot your
Made only ln America by Olroux Mfg.
Co. nuffalo. N. Y. The girl with tho
Auburn hair ls on every package.
All reliable druggists, department
stores and toilet goods counters have
Parisian Sage Hair Tonic. The girl
with the Auburn Hair Is on every pack
age. Jameu O'Donnell guarantee! It
w"vm.. !;' !
in yH, homo , will
"Lt th Cold Dail Twlnt Jo your work"
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