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Famous W B Corsets S SSPECIAL tll 1 1SPECIAL
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at 150 lot or the theOflC one day 1 19Q 129c 1desirable
29c 9Q for fO 89c 2 Sacques Sacquesit
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all sizes and colors sell at 89c Anniversary Sale price 2Dc 2Dconly 2conly 29conly
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BARGAINS BARGAINSMens
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wellmade Cam Cambrie 39 C Cbric Cbric
bric Night Robes all sizes sizeshave sizeshave sizeshave
have never never sold under 59c
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Womens romcnts Umbrel Umbrellas ¬ 69 C ClaSt Clas
las laSt both plain and fancy fancyhandles fancyhandles fancyhandles
handles 28 and 26 inch inchselling inchselling j jselling
selling at 100 100Boys 100Boys 100Boys
Boys Sweaters SweatersBoys SweatersBoy SweatersBoys
Boys Boy s Fine FineQuality Fin e 79 fl
Quality Q 11 a lit y Wool WoolSweaters WoolSweaters C CSweaters
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tra well made all stores storessell storessell storessell
sell them up to 150 regu regularly regularly regularly ¬
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tractive colors the price pricehas pricehas pricehas
has always been 98 98c 98cLace 98cLace c cLace
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patterns have never been beensold beensold beensold
sold under 200 pair pairNovelty pairN pairNovelty
Novelty N overty Curtains CurtainsNovelty CurtainsN CurtainsNovelty
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all the latest effects the thekind thekind thekind
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pair reduced reduc d to 398 398J
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pretty colors extra nice nicequality nicequality nicequality
quality selling always at
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up to 4 inches all new and anddesirable anddesirable anddesirable
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MENS ME S HIGHGRADE WOOL RIBBED UNDER UNDERwear UNDERwear UNDERwear
wear In all sizes superior wearing quality Qualltyd quailtyselling fr frselling
selling seUh1g at 5160 150 for this sale reduced reducoti reducotito V3f V3fto 95 C
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DRESS GOODS REMNANTS IN ALL NEW NEWweaves NEWWl NEWweaves
weaves Wl > aye5 42 4 to 48 Inches wldo colors and black values valuesup valuesup valucaup
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A for gl25 Messalines Messalines36INCH Messalines36IXCH MessalinesY
59 5 Y C 36INCH ALLSILK MESSALINES IN INall INall
all 11 shades and black a great bargain bargainsells bargainsells bargainsells
sells at 125 none C O Dand D Sand and no mall mallorders mailorders mallorders
orders filled
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sale reduced to toMENS to11E toMENS
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I ANNIVERSARY SALE OF TOILETS
50c Dr Charles Flesh Food Food20c t 250 25020c 25o20c
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ROOSEVELT BACK BACKHIS BACKHIS BACKillS
HIS THROAT SORE SOREMeets SORElefts SOREMeets
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HE BALKS AT STUMPING TOUR TOURDoc TOURDoc TOURDoes
Doc Does Not ot Want nut to < o Start Up VI State StateMonday StuteJlol1ln StateMondny
Monday Jlol1ln After Strenuous Week cek in inSonth InSooth InSouth
Sooth and Went WeslWill Ve AVill Alternately AlternatelySpuulc Alternntel AlternntelSIHmlc AiterontelySpeaM
Spuulc anti Ilcut UCICtInorll Fnvom Senator SenatorLoilgc SenatorIodgcVIII SenatorLodgeVI1l
Loilgc IodgcVIII AV111 Talk from rom Platform PlatformThere PlutformThoro PlatformThere
There wa was Joy among the few members membersof
of the Outlook staff who dd not accom accompany accompanY accompany ¬
pany the contributing editor dn Ills his trip tripbecause tripbooauao tripbecause
because he came bock to town tow today todayApparently toda todaApptironth todayApparently
Apparently the staff had planned a alittle alittle alittle
little surprise for the colonel In the thomain themain themain
main reception room where the bronze bronzebas bronzebas bronzehas
bas relief of the colonel used to hang hangthey hangthey hangthey
they had placed a brandnew oil painting paintingof
of Dr Abbott Unfortunately th the colonel colonelhad colonelhad colonelhad
had no occasion to go into the reception receptionroom roceptlonroom roceptionroom
room today so he missed the treat but butthe butthe butthe
the staff hopes bOJ he will see it next time timeDoubtless timeDoubtless timeDoubtless
Doubtless he will 111 It is a real good pic picture picture plcture ¬
ture tureThe tureT tureTuo
The T e only onl reason Cot Roosevelt stopped stoppedover stoppedover stoppedover
over for a couple of hours in his office officethis officethis officethis
this morning was to confer with State StateChairman StateChairman StateChairman
Chairman Ezra P Prentice and County CountyChairman Count CountChairman CountyChairman
Chairman Lloyd Griscom He was very verytired veryUred verytired
tired after the rush of a solid week of ofspeechmaking otspeechmaklng ofspeechmaking
speechmaking and handshaking and he hewanted hewanted hewanted
wanted to return to Oyster O ster Bay Just a asoon aSGOn asoon
soon a u possible Ho came In over tho theErie thoErie thoErie
Erie arriving arrlln in Jersey City at 815 815Thront 81iiThront 316Throat
Thront Not In Good Condition ConditionWhile ConelUlol1While ConditionWhile
While he was out on the road the col colonel colonel colonel ¬
onel learned that the State committee committeehad committeehad committeehad
had planned a ft four days da stumping tour tourfor tourfor tourfor
for him beginning on Monday londa In the theface thefaee theface
face of the great strain ho has been beenunder beenpnder beenznder
under pnder and because there are many en engagements engagements engagements ¬
gagements which he must keep the col colonel col colon1 colonel ¬
onel balked His throat Is not In good goodcondition goodcondiUon goodcondition
condition for he has talked much and andcontinuously andcontinuously andconinueusly
continuously The colonel said thero Is Isno Isno isno
no cause for Or alarm and that after a acouple acouple acouple
couple of days rest he will be all right rightA rightA rightA
A report spread about town today that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the colonel had called off of the speaking speakingtour speakl1Stour speakingtour
tour next week because he had not been beenweir beenwellrocelved beenvell
weir wellrocelved vell received on the Southern tier Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day The report was denied The colonel colonelrealized colonelrealized colonelrealized
realized as well as any one that the up upStatera upStaters upStatera
Statera weroapathotic In a large meas measure mensre nieasure ¬
ure re but the lack of warmth has not notdiscouraged notdiscouraged notdiscouraged
discouraged him In the least He will willfight willfight willfight
fight as hard as he Is able until Novem November November November ¬
ber 8 8Before 8Before
Before he left for Oyster Bay early In Inthe Inthe inthe
the afternoon Col Co Roosevelt announced announcedthat announcodthat announcedthat
that ho was going for a a complete rest restand rcstand restand
and that under no circumstances did he hewish hewJ hewish
wish wJ h to be disturbed He said that thatHarry thatHarJ thatHarry
Harry HarJ S Unison would woui bo bt down X9t zrp
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luncheon Sunday Sunda to discuss political politicalmatters politicalmatters politicalmatters
matters He added that he would have havenothing haonothln havenothing
nothing nothln to say S afterward and that Mr MrStimson lrStimson MrStirnson
Stimson would not either either1V11I either5will
1V11I 111 Talk from Platform PlniformOn PlntformOn PlatformOtt
On Monday ond8Y the th coitmol will leave for fora fora fora
a day dR of campaigning up the Huds n nHe nHe mml
He l Ie will 5taik talk from the roar platform be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning at Yonkers and working up upfrom uptrom upfrom
from there He will m addrosa big meet meetings meetIng meetlogs ¬
logs Ing at Schenectady and at Troy fro and andwill andwUl andwill
will return to Now York Tuesday morn morning morning moming ¬
ing ingIf
If I he can carry out his plans paml Col ColRoosevelt CotRooseelt ColRoosevelt
Roosevelt will rest som SOme more Tuesday Tuesdayand Tuesda Tuesdaand Tuesdayand
and Wednesday Vednesda On Thursday he will willspeak willslook willspeak
speak to the Republicans of New York Yorkand YorkAnd Yorkand
and possibly Brooklyn The next day da he heleaves helooes helonve
leaves for Boston where he will deliver deliverthe deliverthe deliverthe
the promised speech In behalf of Sena Senator Senator Senatoi ¬
tor Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachu Massachusetts 3fssaohusells t s8aohu s8aohuSCtti ¬
sells who w1 is lighting for a reelection to tothe totho toth
the th Senate against Butler Ames AmesThere AmesThero AmesThere
There are those who are wondering wonderingwhat wonderingwhat wonderingwhat
what the colonel will say sa on this occa occasion occasion occasion ¬
sion following close upon his campaign campaignfor campaignfor campaignfor
for Senator Beverldge in Indiana Thurs Thursday Thursda Thursday ¬
day da
dayOn
On October 24 t Col Roosevelt will go to toBlnghamton toDlnghamton toBinghamton
Binghamton to ride over a lot of do deserted doserted dosorted ¬
serted farms Representative Dwight Dwlghtwill Dwightwtll Dwightwill
will act as host The Jaunt will cover covermore coyormoro covermore
more than 100 miles by automobile The Thecolonel Thecolonel Thecolonel
colonel will make political speeches in inthis Inthis inthis
this vicinity Iclnlt on October 31 and Novem November November November ¬
ber 1 1BOLTS 1BOLTS 1BOLTS
BOLTS REPUBLICAN TICKET TICKETPredlilciit TIC TICKETlreslileut T TIrcfllclcnt
Predlilciit Stryker of Hamilton Col ColICKC CollcJc College
ICKC Opposed to Roosevelt RoonevcltUtica RooICeeltUtica RooseveltUtica
Utica Oct 15 15President 6Prosld President nt M W Stryker Strykerof
of Hamilton College a Republican who whohas whohas whohas
has ever held close to party part lines and andone andone andone
one of Vice Vice President Shermans closest closestfriends clos closestfriends st stfriends
friends and stanchest admirers In a 0 for formal tormnl formal ¬ I
mal statement today announced that he heIntends heIntends heIntends
Intends to vote a good share of o the Dam Democratic Damocr1Uc Daniocmtio ¬
ocratic State ticket at the election In InNovember InNOtlmoor inNoombor
November NovemberDr NOtlmoorD NoomborDr
Dr D Stryker says sa he likes the outspoken outspokenposition outJpokenposition outspokenposition
position of John A Dix Dlxthe the Democratic Democraticgubernatorial Democraticgubernatorial Democraticgubernatorial
gubernatorial nominee and and he feels feelsstrongly feelsstrongh feelsstrongly
strongly against the dominating influence influenceof
of Theodore Roosevelt He counts the theexPresident theexPresident theexPresident
exPresident a peril to government and andlaw andInw andlaw
law He fears his reckless agitation and andnames andnames andnames
names him as a man who always talks talksand talksand talksand
and never acts actsAt actsAt actsAt
At the recent primaries in Oneida Coun County Count County ¬
ty t President Stryker in the caucus at atClinton atClinton atClinton
Clinton made a vigorous spcccn directed directedagainst directedagainst directedagainst
against the progressive element el ment under underthe underthe underthe
the leadership of Col Roosevelt Dr DrStryker DrStoker DrStryker
Stryker on that occasion put up a valiant valiantbut valiantbut wlantbut
but unsuccessful fight to secure the dele delegation delegilUon daleg ¬
gation g tlon from the Second Oneida district districtto
to Saratoga for Vice President Sherman ShermanH Shermanwsmsuuuunmmuumumu Shermani
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MISS MAlTS FAINTS IN COURT COUHTFollowing COURTFollovoins COURTFollowing
Following his arraignment in Police PoliceCourt PolleeCourt PoliceCourt
Court on a charge of making threats threatsMaurice threatsMaurice threatsMaurice
Maurice J Clagott prominent socially sociallyand sociallyand sociallyand
and politically in Montgomery County CountyMd Count CountMd CountyMd
Md and for years ears clerk in the office of ofthe orthe ofthe
the tax collector at Annapolis was yes yesterday yesterday CS CStcrday ¬
terday sent to the Washington Asylum AsylumHospital AsylumHospital AsylumHospital
Hospital for examination of his mental mentalcondition mentalcondition mentalcondition
condition conditionWhen condition11en conditionThen
When 11en Judge Mulloxvny Mullown ordered that thatClngett thatClagett thatClagett
Clagett be examined Miss Bertha Maus Mausof Mausot Mansof
of 1330 Thirtieth street northwest who whowas whowas whomsas
was tho complaining witness fainted faintedfrom faintedfrom faintedfrom
from fear of the prisoner She was re revived reyled revived ¬
vived and led from rom the court room only onlyto on1 on1to onlyto
to grow hysterical and cry Dont let lethim let111m lethim
him cet me meMiss meMlss meMiss
Miss Mans is a niece of Brig BrJ Gen GenMaus GenMaus GonMaus
Maus an artillery export e port In the govern government IIoernment governmont ¬
ment service serviceGaelic servJceGnelle serviceGaelic
Gaelic Society Soclet to Meet MeetThe MeetThe Ieet IeetThe
The first regular meeting of the Gaelic GaelicSociety GaelicSociety GaelicSocloty
Society for this year will be held next nextWednesday nextVednosday nextWednesday
Wednesday evening at the New Wlllard WlllardHotel WillardHotel
Hotel Mgr Shahan rector of the theCatholic thoCatholic theCatholic
Catholic University Unlvenlt will deliver an ad address address address ¬
dress on Keltic love iove of education The Themusical ThomU81cal Themusical
musical numbers will ho given by b Mr MrNorman MrNorman MrNorman
Norman EsputaDaly and Philip Leo LeoEcoupJiDff Leecoup1D LeocouIng
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pants in neat gray grayeffects gra graeffects graeffects
effects sell at 400 sizes 5 to 10 years
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1 I = 75c 75cBoys Boys Pants at J 39c 39 t tSpecial 3 3Special i4
Special lot of Boys Bloomer and Knickerbocker Knee Kneet KneePants +
t 1 + Pants made of ends of fine trouserings 300 pairs in the theS thelot thef
S f lot values 75c 5 to 17 year sizes sizesBoys sizesBoys sizesBoys
+ Boys Highgrade Knickerbocker Knee Pants in sizes 5 to
17 years values up to 150 best tailoring and very dressy 79 C Cr
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3 i > girls 6 to 16 years heavy hca silky silkyi silkycaracul I >
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high closefitting collar positive positively t i ily
ly right priced at 1000 Anni Anniversary Anniversary J JI t
< I versary price 500 5
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I HARMON SURE TO WIN WHTSuch WINSuch WINSuch
Such IM the Opinion of Editor Al Alliert A AIert Alliert
liert of Columbus New XewsAllen NewAllen sewiAllen
Allen D Albert sjr r editor and prin principal prlncll princiteel ¬
cipal ownor ot tbo Columbus Columbus Ohio OhioNews OhioNeWF OhioNews
News Is in Washington Vashlft on ovor Sunday Sundayreturning Sun Sundayreturning a areturning
returning from a boslnew bustftC1 8 trip to New XewYork NewYork NewYork
York HIS newspaper newap POl Is waking fine flnestrides 11nestrldOll finestrides
strides under his direction and with IOt the thestreet thetreet thestreet
> street > car strike at Columbus and the thepolitical thepolttleAl thepolitical
political campaign he has had a busy busytime buytime busytime
time of it since nce he left Washington in inFebruary InlebrIllUY inFbruxy
February FebruaryColumbus lebrIllUYColumbus FbruxyColumbus
Columbus said he ta I one of the thegreat thercat thegreat
great rcat interior cities of the country e untry and andI
I consider conaider myself fortunate in being lo located 10Atod locatod ¬
cated Atod there Everything in Ohio re revolve revahOiI revolvo ¬
volvo about Columbus It ta to the theBuckeye theBuckoyc theBuckeye
Buckeye State ate what Washington Is to toth tothe tothe
th the nation nationnot not merely in being the cap capital capltat ¬
ital but the center of things thln s generally generallyIt bonrallIt
It is thus an exceptionally good Held Heldfor steldtor heldfor
for newspaper work workSpeaking workSpORklng workSpeaking
Speaking of polIties ho said Gov GovHarmons GO GOHarmons GovHarmons
Harmons reelection reele < tIon in my opinion is isassured IsaSiluroo isassured
assured beyond the shadow shado of doubt It Itte ItIe ItIs
te only a question of majority and it itwiH Jtwitt itwi1
wiH wi1 be a large pee one He Is a practical practicalprogressive prnrtloolprocrosslvc practicalprogrondve
progressive man and has given the theState th6State thaState
State an a an excellent business administra administration administration administration ¬
tion
The Democrats will certainly certain gain gainthree gainthree gainthree
three probably five and possibly seven sevenseats sevens sevenseats
seats s ts In Congress As to the Senator Senatorship Senatorship Senatorship
ship there is doubt on both sides Should Shouldthe Shouldthe Shouldthe
the Republicans retain control of the leg legislature le leIslature l lislature ¬
islature it is by b no moons sure that Dick Dickwill Dickwill Dickwill
will come back He is decidedly decided I more morepopular morepopular morepoptular
popular than his colleague Senator Bur Burton Durton Burton ¬
ton but has opposition within his party partywhich part partwhleh partywhich
which may mR prevent his return Should Shouldthe Shouldthe Shouldthe
the Democrats have a majority on joint jointballot jointbftlJot jointballot
ballot in the legislature legislatureand and I believe believethey bolleethe believethey
they the will wmthcr there will be several aspirants aspirantsJohn aspirantsJobn aspirantsJohn
John J Lentz will be most formidable formidableHe formidableHe formidablelie
He represents lopre ents the Bryan element of the theparty thoparty theparty
party which Is strong in every eer part of ofthe orthe ofthe
the StateT StateTMr State StateMr StateMr
Mr Albert added Ohio is confidently confidentlyexpecting eon confidentlyexpecting dent1 dent1eXplCUng
expecting to furnish the next PwfeRlent PwfeRlentand PMg PfltIentand ont ontand
and a Democrat In Gov GO Harmon HarmonEiiter HarmonEntertnlnmclltR HarmonEnterlaitimecits
Eiiter EntertnlnmclltR < nlinnciitn for the Illiiicl IlliiiclFollowing DUl1tlPoUowlng BlindFollowing
Following is the programme programme for volun volunteer voluntoer ¬
toer readings and music in the lecture lecturehall lectuIehRU lecturelash
hall lash Public Library at S p m next nextThursday nextT nextThursday
Thursday T u dny Song piano and cello recltnJ recltnJMiss recitalMiss
Miss 118 Clarlne McCarty cClrt piano Miss H HClay HClay HClay
Clay Browning soprano Miss Florence FlorenceWleeer FlorenceWieser FlorenceWieser
Wieser cello celloReadings colloRoodlngs celloReadings
Readings and mustcales are primarily primarilyfor prlmarl1for primarilyfor
for the benefit of the blind Other per persons persons persons ¬
sons will be admitted Chlldrcnvwill not notbe notbe notbe
be admitted excopt as escorts for the theblind theblind theblind
blind
Lunch irltltlltc with llle Kntacr KntacrBerlin lCniicrBerlin nler nlerBorlln
Berlin Oct 15 15Mr Mr Dickinson the Amen American Amenon merl merlOlIn ¬
can seorotary of Var and Mrs rs Dickin Dickinson Dickinson Diekinson ¬
son took luncheon with the Kaiser at atthe atthe atthe
the palace at Potsdam today todayOcean toda todaOeean todayOcean
Ocean Steamships SteamshipsNew
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Southampton October S La Tonlane from nnn BarrOet flaryOetsbcr Barr HavreOctober
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Heel Juliettes J uliettes with withtips 87 C Ctips Ctips
tips and plain toes sold by all allstores allstores allstores
stores at 2 j all sizes in included included included ¬
cluded
BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAYBARGAINS BIRTHDAYBARGAINS BIRTHDAYBARGAINS
BARGAINS BARGAINSFancy BARGAINSFancy BARGAINSFancy
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colors styles and mate materials materials materials ¬
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and 5 535O
8350 350 Trousers TrousersMens Trousersrens TrousersMens
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Black Thibet ThibetTrousers ThibetTrousers rP I ITrousers
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sold under 350 350Womens 350 350Womens
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Suits of heavy widewale widewaleserges widewaleserges widewalesergcs
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colors large pearl buttons buttonsselling buttonssclling buttonsselling
selling regularly as high as
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with attached cuffs all allsizes allsizes allsizes
sizes the usual 100 shirt
150 Underskirts UnderskirtsBest
Best quality qualityH qua qualityHeatherblooni Ii t
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Underskirts in black and andail andail andall
ail the colors never sell sellunder sellunder sellunder
under 150 all sizes
1 1LAUD
LAUD TAFT AT RALLY RALLYBeptibliean RALLYRepublican RALLYRepublican
Republican League Speakers SpeakersSee SpeakersSee SpeakersSee
See Good in Efforts EffortsSMOOTHS EffortsHSMOOTHS EffortsSOOTKS
SMOOTHS OUT DIFFERENCES DIFFERENCESTwentyseven DIFFERENOESTwcntyeTen DIPYERENCESTwentyeven
Twentyseven State Represented nc ncMeeting nt ntleetlnJ atMeeting
Meeting leetlnJ Where here Political Aspects AnpectsThroiiBhont ApectsThroughont AspectsTlirouglson
ThroiiBhont the Country Are Re Heviewed Relcue1 Reviewed
viewed and Prospects Are Prom Promiscuously PromhienoUI Promlcueuly ¬
iscuously hienoUI Discussed by Delegates DelegatesThat DecaiesThat DelegatesThat
That President Tatt In the rol role of a agreat aeAt agreat
great eAt pacificator will smooth out differ differences dtfterences differonces ¬
ences between the socalled Insurgents Insurgentsand hwnrgentsand Ineurgentsand
and conservatives and lead the Republi Republicans Republ1cans Republicans ¬
cans to victory this fall was the state statejnent statement statemcat
jnent ment of John G Capers former Com Commissioner Commissioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner of Internal Revenue at the therally theral therally
rally ral of the League of Republican State StateClubs StateClubs StateClubs
Clubs last night nightThese nightTheJe nightThese
These seeming differences dlrr rences in views viewsbetween vtewsbetween viewsbetween
between some of our Eastern and our ourWestern ourestern ourWestern
Western estern Senators are merely on the sur surface surtaee sunface ¬
face of the political s Has a8 said the thespeaker thespe thespeaker
speaker spe kor At heart these men stand standshoulder standshoulder standshoulder
shoulder to shoulder in support SUPIOrt of the thecardinal thecardinal thecandinal
cardinal principles of RepublicanismWhHe RepublicanismWhile Republicanism RepublicanismWhile
While they the may mR differ regarding regardln the rates ratesand ratesand ratesand
and application of a tariff law yet et they theystand the thestand theystand
stand together togeth r in support of o the princi principle principle principie ¬
ple of protection protectionConfidence prot protectionConfidence Uon UonCOI1t1c1el1ce
Confidence In Him UlsiaThat HimThat lm lmThat
That man who has obtained so much muchlegislation muchlegislation munchlegislation
legislation in the face Bee of what Democrats Democratstermed Democratstermed Democratstermed
termed an insurgent Congress will willsmooth willsmooth 111 111smooth
smooth out these differences that arc only onlysuperficial onlysuperficial onlysuperficial
superficial President Taft will accom accomplish aocompUsh accomplish ¬
plish more by peaceful measures m8llS ros than thanmany thAnman thanmany
many man others could accomplish by almost almostwarlike almostwarlike almostwarlike
warlike methods methodsRepublicans methodsRepubltean methodsRepublicans
Republicans of clubs representing twen twentyseven twentY5I6on twentysoven ¬
tyseven States in the league attended attendedtho attendedtho attendedthe
tho rally which was the most enthusi enthusiastic enthusltlc eathusiastie ¬
astic tlc of the campaign President E C CSnyder CSnyder CSnyder
Snyder presided < 1 and made a brief speech speechexhorting speeehexhorting SpOOClxhorting
exhorting Republicans employed emplo ed in the theDistrict theDistrlet theDistrict
District to exercise o ereise the right of 0 ballot ballotin ballotIn ballotIn
in their respective States StatesWilliam StatesWUllnm StatesWilliam
William T Thompson solicitor for the theTreasury theTreasun theTreasury
Treasury Department William H i An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews auditor of the e Treasury and Rev RevZfed R RZtd Re ReZ
Zfed Z d II Copp also spoke Mr Ir Capers Caperswas Caperwns Gaperswas
was the principal address of the even evening evenIng evenbig ¬
ing In addition to his hl feference eferCfte to the thesocalled thesocalled thesocalled
socalled party liort dissensions he spoke at atlength atlength It Itlength
length on the Civil Service Commissions Commissionswarning Commlaslonswarning Commissionswarning
warning to government employee employ against againstundue againstundue plostundue
undue political activity Thee Those warn warnings warnIngs warnings ¬
ings he said I1ld may be traced to the thelegislation th6legIslntlon thelegislation
legislation of the Democratic minority minorityThe minorityTho minorityThe
The day d will come when every goyorn goyornmcnt gOyPrnment goorn goornmont
mont employe will not be hamnered by bysuch bysuch bysuch
such warnings but will enjoy enjo the fret freedom fretdom fretdom ¬
dom that citizenship in this republic republicgrants republicSTants republicgrants
grants ilm mImP ilmP Im ImP
P nvlous ol us to the rally raU the Ohio Ohl State StateAssociation Stat StatAlso StateAssoiation
Association Also intion held a brief meeting Rev RevZed Re ReZe1 Rev7el
Zed H Copp and President Pre ldcnt Lohre spok spokon spoklI spoke spokeon >
I on campaign issues A social and gen genp
I p 1 I tRlkfest followed the th rally
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