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OF Wilson Popular, but Handicapped bv Lack ci Mom y and Strong Personal Following. LITTLE CHANCE FOR CLARK ions nf J>r.din2. Dprno^ politicians or Presidential Out thered by the TriJ> indent. . . ? rit im ' ' Has Some V - ? - ? ' ' ' I ' ' - ? ? ? Ms ' Hard at w- - . ? ? f ? n? ar _ ? rgran I ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ' 1 ? ? i THE MEN ON TH1 . : [ON TICKET. m?. NATHAN O? - ' ' res : * The r?wds that i - ? ? ? ? ? TAFT CROSSES OREGON Vill Be - cisco To-d ? - ? i ? ? ? r ? .. ... i ? I ? . ? ? ? ?_? ?,-INATIONS TOR i I m 'm ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?"-".- of T gor i Clav ' ? ? m : ? ? ' ! ? ' : ? ' ' - MAR^ ? ISCRET IND. LEAGUE IN LINE Both Conventions Unanimously Indorse Fusion Ticket. ? _k and ? ' ' ?. ? ? ? I : ' ' ' ? ' ? ?' ___?*? ? ION LEAGUE TO AIO Club Be p Be ? ! .. f th?* ' ' ? ? ? ? ? ? '.TICE ? ? ' ? WILSON RETURNS TO HIS ATTACK ON TA Says He Decides One Day to E force Sherman Law and Nex Day Changes His Mind. WICKERSHAM, TOO, BLAMI E i Senators Kean and Smith Al Lashed?Governor Charges They Are Bound by Special Interests ? ? ? ... .. '? gh?. . ' : ? ? 't?n?i"?l i know ? ,.. not, ? ? -anif? a ? . ? 'A ? - ? Itrsl Sf Country's 5ai.??.s. ? ? ind op? ? " ? ? ? -ears ? ? 'evented, an.I par - - ??.> the st ? ? SUM gavage those *??'" ... : ? ma a - ? know wtv ?rant to d : p;t' Says Democrats Are United. lead tl ? i The Democratic party Is *????? ? ? ?> Repobll tilted in < otmdl, t_ , governmsni ? ? . ? know ta-a ?- end? r - l ? ?hem.?? Iv?es of pi IS ii?iat??s f?, ? ' ? ?. '? BRYAN ATTACKS HUGHES Says H? Was Appointed Justice in Interest of Trail ? * i reme bench can find It ? ? h mad? !.. ? - ?iirr!<?n<?r ' - t forward li publican p ? ? town ruis ? Mr I? ted, and now prom ' ? ?ARFIELD SAW ROOSEVELT Going: to Chicago to Advocate Processive Platform. ? ? talk he ? New - ?????? ? ' epubii ? the conn - ? Answers in the Towns and Cities Contest 22 CO] ITMBUS, OHIO. [?ON, MASS 24 OIL i [TY, PA. Miin??"? l Tribune for Correct Answers to Trio No. r). WHY J. J. MARTIN BOL Tells of Tammany "Selflshn Oppression and Stupidity. r??*.?!-.*?.;><_ that the ' many oM-t.m?? Dam . ?nil ?rip'iptv - ? Tntnmflnv mar..-.. J M. st on? fin.. ?avo hi?, r pnrtln-r fha- ri.'k??t. ^ 'r ' ?4 . poW' ? -nan ol ? ?. lof ? ? of Um oti ? ia nh. ' rshlp o? the ? of ?'lur:.!. f M main that tlrk?-". Hfl ' Mr I ?ornoc ?a , " ratio I rnasoni . ? .. ,? . in th^' ?rn way. by t M per mor gave his ? [ i ihirn . ? i.? fh?. Lev. I urina ? ? ?? Man-. ? ? I <*r?. -? : ?Tipf'l t" ahuoh if his purr-- ? ? ?hpy pa ir*?. ? my rsll i n thfl sub . - ?- : by him in tl i ,-n r?t>m r-Miat. ' ' ? ? .. Broi ? ? ? i - CANNON ATTACKS RECALl "Would Have More Cowards i Office than at Present "' ? ?? i tttacltsd ths rsca - en ? ? I - thfl :??'-?'? offlr<-r.?. hfl ??-.?? Bed: -4-" .:?. happsn? v^ : - rs o?r arts la publi ? . - n-.. thing - nwm t-tvoad wtti ? ? - ? s was : rspresflt , not a din ? - two tu i ...... ? b?*>n in ! ' public ?fleers to act rl( I ? ? . ? ? t . r-"*all on a Judfl i a. W?-a*'s t?*e uie ot du .tint* up a goo?. n tiek?st against Tammany Hall un ? good gov ?rnmant sssists i I. slaatian by vot* Ragiatai I BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. ?i_ll A"?TOR PLACE AND fOI.RTM AVENUE Boys' Fall Suits f?k) and Overcoats \^ with just as much character and style as our Clothes for youn? men. Good all-wool fabrics that hold their shape and color, and tailored to stand the strain of rough wear. Fall Hat? and Purntihiofi for Boy?. ESTAR OV_P HALF A CENTLRT Arrow Koich COLLAR. Kaoy to put on, easy to take off. easy to tie the tie in. ?Tlnet-. P??.r>?vl7 * .^moany. M??i?r?. ?T S T 6% Mortgage Bonds Off??r?Mt at Par ?100? ?uid Int^rnit l>??nnmtnati,,nji of S1.000??f.100?IIM enacted, Impr luring real ?a* h a-.d rest? dertl - of ??* York '";ty for rh??s?? b'tnde ? The wnkhly onto tat red St the rare of <***? a eoneei vatlve - . can? bo4 air >rd t?) b* unfamiliar ?.?.'.th. W' te for Information Circular " |" NEW YORK REAL ESTATE' SECURITY COMPANY 12 BROADWAV Santa, jto.ooo.ooo v. V. CITY ?"nplfal $.-,9.*>n 0<V> A SUGGESTION TO HOME COMERS Our Interior Decorating DeDar-rr.enr, is complete in every de*ail?and is at vour service to of?er suggestions and -* estimates. Imported Wall Papen w.'h Fabric to match. Cretonne? and o'her Upholstery Gooda. Draperie? Lace Curtains - Upholstery Odd pieces of Furniture- Artistic Repro ouctions. Walter J. 8'ewan omoany, 437 Lexington rW?? Tor ?!'h ?-f . iftn. Grand fen'ri? CARPET J. T?L 3??. Colomt CLEANING & J. *. WILLIAMS us. Eat. 1871 35. West 54t?i St it ? - ??<*. at ? ?? - ?? --*'?m ... , - .>..-.?... ... . - . i ??> . . . s ?eat wa ? *?v' 8* ? . ? ""?.f graph Oflea .ALYN ADVERTISEMENTS. Corroborated The uninterrupted success of the Sterling Co. ? extending over half a century?means a ereat deal to yciu if you pur? chase from us ; because such continuous success could only happen by fair dealing and hon?tstIy protecting our cus? tom* an absolute con? firmation of every word we say about the Art qualities. Sterling Pianos at $325, S350 and $550 Huntington nctive, rich, sweet tone, unusually responsive action and skilful manufacture of a nano that particularly meets every home requirement. But aside from tftis, every claim we have mad? for our pianos has always been cor? roborated by the purchasers. Ask them, for owners of Ster? ling pianos are our best adver? tisements. They know. Pianos il, at S300 and $325 Mendelssohn Pianos All m a? le in our own Factoriefl an?! sold to you it ? to make, plus ? fair profit an<l nothing more. E iss Monthly Paymenti 11 Desired. at $225 and $275 Seiz: Opportunity by the Beard We have .i number of slightly ?wo weeks Thev are now rea?iy used, second hand and return and are really exceptional values, rental piano*, which did not come tar better than cheap new pianos, out of oui workshop in time It i?, in opportunity to sdve from to be included in our Annual $50 to $150. Almost your own Autumn Clearing Sale of the past termb for payment. he Sterling Piano ?* Sterling: i.uil_lm__ SI8-520 Fulton St.. Corner Hanover Place. Brooklyn, N. V Telephones 20*)2 and JOm.I Main.