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flOHT WILL 00 ON.
It Makes No Difference Who
The Leader May Be.
"The Gght will no ahead. It
doesn't make any difference who
the leader is to be, the cause will
Col. Roosevelt thus commented
on the result of the election. The
Colonel read with satisfaction a
stack of telegrams from Progres
sive leaders the country ovor, that
showed that the Republican party
had been smashed in nearly every
Roosevelt feels keen disapoint
ment over the defeat of Oscar
Straus for Governor of New York.
Another disappointment was the
defeat of Beveridge, of Indiana.
But against these the Colonel
found intense satisfaction in the
victory in Illinois and other States
swept by the Progressives. The
Colonel declined to go into any
discussion as to what the Progres
sive party would do in 1916 or if
he would consent to lead it if the
call came to him.
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He has a charming and beauti
ful wife and three charming daugh
His daughters all look much
more like him than like'' their
mother. They are all grown and
His first name is "Thomas," but
he has not used it for many years.
They called him Tommy in college.
He does not use tobacco. Drinks
a little wine sometimes and a
Scotch highball when very tired.
Buttermilk is his favorite bever
age. He is nearly blind in his right
eye as -the result of an accident in
youth. When reading he holds a
monocle in front of the damaged
His favorite recreation is golf,
but he walks much.
He never drinks ice water.
Sleeps from 9 to 12 hours out of
Likes automobilinsr, but often
goes to sleep in the motor.
He is a shorthand and typewrit
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and books that way. He uses the
"Grnhnin system" of shorthand.
Ho is 5 feet 10 inches tall and
weighs 177 pounds.
He can run a half mile at a good
pace without losing his "wind."
Dislikes military display.
Except for a few thousand dol
lars which he saved from his
salary as President of Princeton,
ho has no money or property.
Considers "13" his lucky num
ber. There are 13 letters in his
name and in his thirteenth year as
professor ut Princeton he was
elected its thirteenth President.
Likes to go to the theatre. Pre
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His best speeches are impromptu.
He has enormous ears and a
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somewhat discolored teeth.
He wears eyeglasses all the
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mm states rttnm
frccfeM tf Enterprise Fr the
WlWrC Cwrrtry wm le Nrs
ASKS THE PEOPLE'S AID.
President-elect Woodrow "Wil
son issued a statement in which ho
declared that "honest business"
need hayo no fear of disaster as
a result of tho great Democratic
victory, and pledged himself to
securo a government released from
all selfish and privato inflence and
devoted to justice and progress.
Tho Governor wrote tho state
ment immediately after ho arose
from a sleep of eleven hours
shortly before noon and im
mediately gave it to the newspa
per men, who had besieged the
Wilson homo sinco early morning.
It was as follows:
. "Tho result filled mo with hope
that thoughtful progressive voters
of tho nation may now at last
unite to give the country .free
dom of enterprise and a gov
ernment released from all selfish
and private influence, devote to
"There is absolutely nothing
for the honest and enlighted busi
ness men of the country to fear.
No man whose business is con
ducted without violation of the
right of free competition and
without such private understand
ings and secret alliances as violate
the principles of our law and the
policy of all wholesome commerce
and enterprise, need fear either
interference or embarassment from
the administration. Our hope
and purpose is now to bring all
the free forces of tho nation into
active and intelligent co-operation
and to give to our prosperity a
freshness and spirit and a confi
dence such as it has not had in our
"Tho responsibilities of the
task are tremendous, but they are
common responsibilities which all
leaders of action and opinion must
share. And with tho confidence
of the people behind us, every
thing that is right is possible- My
own ambition will be more than
satisfied if I may be permitted to
be the frank spokesman of tho na
tion's thoughtful purpose in these
President-elect Wilson sent .tho
following telegram to President
Taft at Washington:
"I warmly appreciate your kind
message and wish to express my
sincere personal regards."
To Colonel Roosevelt at Oyster
Bay Mr. Wilson sent this message:
"My sincere thanks for your
kind message. Pray accept my
cordial good wjshes."
Thousands of messages of con
gratulations poured in upon the
President-elect. It required eigh
teen telegraph operators to handle
the enormous rush of business
which was suddenly brought to
Princeton by the election of Mr.
From Oscar Straus came the
"I congratulate you upon your
election and wish you tho fullest
measure of success throughout
From W. J. Bryan:
"I am glad to report that vou
have carried my State, tho city of
Lincoln and my precinct. Your
success here adds to my enjoyment
of your national victory."
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