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OfNEWJOHK OFNEtYORKAY OFNEtYORKAYr MAY MAYnWEEMSTRENGTH
nWEEMSTRENGTH nWEEMSTRENGTHColonels
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Colonels Belated Indorse Indorsement Indorsement Indorsement ¬
ment of J Taft aft Believed to tof
Have f a Hurt I It Party PartyBRYAlTO P Party1y rtY
1y 1yBRYAt 0 0BRYA
BRYA BRYAlTO TO TOALXTAKE VAKE VAKEl AKE AKEHOOSIER
l HOOSIER OOSIER STATE STATETariff STATETariff
Tariff and an High Cost of Living Vill VillBe VillBe
Be Chief Subjects for His HisStumping
Stumping Trips TripsAJ TripsAs
As Colonel Ttooaevelt started on a aweeks aweeks aweeks
weeks stumpIz stumping g tour of New ew York YorkState YorkState
State today thls nuestien was uppermost upper uppermost upperm ¬
most m flt in the minds of New York poli politicians p01ltlClans ¬
ticians as s well as those throughout thro hout the theEast theEast
East generally generallyHas generallyHas 6leraUy
Has the colonels belated Indorsement Indorsementof
of President PN k1ent Taft Jeopardized the theticket thetlCkct
ticket ticketMany ticketMany
Many fear It has Colonel Roosevelt Rooseveltremained Roo8e Rooseveltremained elt eltremained I
remained silent about Taft and his Ad Administration Ad Administration Administration ¬
ministration during lurIn his triumphal tour tourof tourof tourof
of the th West Vest and lnd did not Indorse ipdon a his hissuccessor hissUCCeClfior hissuccessor
successor until the week we k of the Sara Saratoga Sarato Saratoga ¬
toga to a conventionThere convention conventionThere c nventlon nventlonThere
There is an an undercurrent und rcurrent of feeling feelingthat feeUnethat
that tills tardy tribute may work harm harmns harruas harmas
as well wet as goal when such desperate desperateefforts d desperateefforts perate peratefforts
efforts are bein being c made to solidify lIdly abadlyy a abadly abadly
badly disorganized dl o anlzed party body bodyColonel bod bodColonel bodyColonel
Colonel Roosevelt ROO vIt will Ill speak at Bing Binffhampton Binghampton
hampton this evcnine and his swing swingaround swingaround swingaround
around the state will III n mean ean speeches at ata ata ata
a dozen or more cities before his return returnto returnto
to Oyster Bay Saturday Salu rd It The colonelseams colonel colonelscorns coloneleems I
scorns eems pleased with the results of his htejaunt hhljaunt hisjaunt
jaunt through New England last week weekRequest weekRequest
Request of Free Voters VotersCoincident VotersCoincident VotersCoincident
Coincident with the arrival of Colonel Col Colonel Colonel ¬
onel Roosevelt In n Ithaca today tod8 the theFree theFree theFree
Free Voters Republican League made madepublic madepUblic
public the contents of a letter writen writento writento
to the colonel October 5 in n which Mr MrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt lr lrRooseelt
Roosevelt was asked not to aid lnt In the thereelection thereelection thereelection
reelection of Representative John JohnDwlght JohnDwight JohnDwight
Dwight The Free Voters are after afterMr atterMr after1dr
Mr Dwighfs political scalp but priorto prior priorto priorto
to his arrival at atIlh8ca Ithaca the colonel had hadnot hadnot
not promised his aid d to the league He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was met by Mr Ir Dwight DwightThe DwightThe DwightThe
The Foraker speech denouncing the thecolonel thecolonel thecolonel
colonel arid his new nationalism arji arjithe anA anAthe a athe
the reported tonguelashing Mr r Roo Roof Roofelt Ro e evclt
welt elt is said Id to have brought to play playjust playjust playjust
just after being beIil introduced Introduced to JudgeAnderson Judge JudgeAnderson JudgeAnderson
Anderson at Indianapolis Indlan poUs furnishedmaterial furnished furnishedmaterial furnishedmaterIal
material for much overSunday gos gossip gossIp geesip ¬
sip Mr Roosevelt however declin declinto declined declinedto declinedto ed
to discuss either the Foraker attack or orthe orthe o r
the RooeeveltAnderson Incident saying sayingthat 8inrthat
that he would oult1 be responsible for things thingssaid things2iald
said only over his signature or 0 in pub public putJlie publie ¬
lie and not those tho ewhich which which come coma second secondand secon seconand nd ndnnd d
and third hand handHarry handH8rry handIlarry
Harry S Newt Neor formar rRegubH Republican n na national 00tJonal national ¬
tional chairman who Is g alleged to have haveheard haveheard hav havheard e
heard ute t1 e colonel refer to Judge Ander Andesson Anderson Anderson ¬
son as a crook and 8 Jackass is also alsosilent also511ent a loo
silent on the subject and Judge An Anderson Anderson Anderson ¬
derson declared that he would have no nocomment nocomment rccomment
comment to make It is understood
that Judge Anderson Ander n asked Mr Ir New
to repeat the colonels words exactly as a s
they were uttered giving JiVln heed teed also t to o
the manner of utterance utteranceRuled utteranceRuled
Ruled Against Roosevelt RooseveltJudge RooseveltJudge RooseveltJudge
Judge Anderson ruled against the Gov Government Govfrnment ¬
ernment In n the suit ordered by Mr MrRoosevelt lrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt when President against agaln l the theIndianapolis theIndianapolis th thIndianapolis e
Indianapolis News because be < ause of the Pan Panama Panama ¬
ama libel case The judge refused to topermit t o
permit thg U lh publishers of the News t to
be carried TrIed to Washington atahinton for trial It I
is reported today however that th the
J25000000 fine issue in the Standard 01 01matter OH Oilmatter 1
matter may have had something to do dowith d o
with Mr r Koosevelt8 Roo elelts bitterness toward towar d
the jurist if the colonel has been cor ¬
rectly rt ct1y quoted uoted After the new trial was wa s
granted the case practically practical went out of o f
court under rulings by Judge Ander ¬
son sonThe
sonThe The Democrats Demo < rats are having
some som e
troubles of their own over In n Indiana
William J J Bryan will 111 speak In favor
01 John W Kern Democratic nominee
for the Senate At the same time
Bryans bolt of the State ticket becaust b < cau
of the liquor question will make the th tour
of the peerless one rather embar ¬
rassing although Governor Marshall
says that liquor Is not at issue issu as s be ¬
tween the Democrats and Republicans
the latter having havln Ignored the county count op ¬
tion question in n their platform The
Bryan campaign Is not exactly welcome
to the Democratic State committee how ¬
ever everTariff Tariff to Be SubjectMr Subject SubjectMr SUbjecttlr
Mr tlr Bryan It is understood will talk talkof talkor talkof
of tariff and the high cost of living in
hb Statewide tour rather than of ofcounty otounty ofcounty
county option What hat effects the spell ¬
binding b ndng tours of Roosevelt and Bryan Branwill Bryanwill
will have on the voters remains to be
seen seenThe seenThe seenThe
The Indianapolis Indiana lIs News continues to
bombard Roosevelt Roo el elt Delavan Smith ap
parently parently has not forgotten the Panama
libel lIb < 1 case suit instituted by the then
President Roosevelt Roo velt
Woodrow Wilson appears to be gain In ¬
ing strength In New Jersey Jerse and today
he Is sanguine of election It Is it the gen en ¬
eral belief that Prof Wilson ftlson has made
votes at every evel point where he has
spoken The Wile Vllpn n audiences seem to
be attentive to every very word said while
some me of the audiences addressed by b Mr
L Lfts wls the Republican Rcpu I1can nominee nomin < > f have a
tendency to whoop things up upon the theslhhtest theslightest
slightest opportunity
The Democrats believe that Mr Wil Wilsons YiI YiIsons ¬
sons election will be brought about by
a popular upheaval of which there are aremany ar armany aremany
many signs In New Jersey
One of the Wilson party today made ma e
the prediction after noting the strength strengthof strenKthor
of every evt > ry city and county that the ttIl ttIlson LV 11 11son ilson
son majority In th the State will be 5o 500 500TORONTO 5001TORONTO < W WTORONTO
TORONTO TO GREET
2000 Y M C A MEN MENInternational MENInt MENInternatioiial
International Int rnatioQal Convention onention Will Be BeHeld BeHeld BeHeld
Held This T isVeek Week With V th Large LargeRegistration LargeRegistration LargeRegistration
Registration RegistrationTORONTO RegistrationTORONTO RegistrationTORONTO
TORONTO Ontario Oct 24 fAdvlces LAdvicesreceived fAdvlces1eCrIved Advices Advicesreceived
received by the committee mmtttee in charge of ofarrangements ofarra ofarrangements
arrangements arra em80tsor for the International con convention conventlonol convention ¬
vention ventlonol ol the he YBuite Y8 u tg Mens 1Ien Christian ChristianAssociation ChristIanA ChristianAssoclatien
Association A sOCkltlOfl which hl hwill will convene In thiscity this thisrclty thiseft
city eft the th latter part of this week point pointto pointto pointto
to a large and representative attend attendance attendanct attendance ¬
ance Indications are re that the gather gatherIng Iatherlng gathering
Ing will be attended tend by b upward of 2000delegates 2000 2000delegates OOO OOOdplegates
delegates representing rep nUn half a million millionmembers millionJnfmberS millionmembers
members of the organization through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out Canada and the United States StatesErnest StatesErnest States StatesErnest
Ernest Thompson Tltomp oft Seton of New York YorkJohn Y YirkJohn rk rkJohn
John R Mott the international int rnationa secre secretary secretlll3 secretary ¬
tary Dr George L Robertson of Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago Dr Clarence A Barbour of ofRochester ofRochetcter ofRochester
Rochester Rev ReT J L 1 Gordon of Winnipeg Winni Winnipeg Vlnnig ¬
peg g Dr L C Warner amer of New YorkJ York YorkJ
J AMacdonaW A Macdonald of Toronto D R Port Porter Portr Porter ¬
er r of N New w York and Fletcher S Brock Brockman BrockInfn Brockmgn
man Infn the pCtidnal V ianal naLscretary secretary for China Chinawill China11ll Chinawt11
will headfoeifc head ti1 Ca JIitofptt1 JIitofptt1r ospan ot3p1l1iKers rs
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PARTY ARTY HOPES SEESAW AS DAY NEARS NEARSFOR NE NEARSFOR ARS ARSFOR
FOR CLASH AT POLLS POLLSIN IN NOVEMBER
Democrats Think It Their TheirYear TheirYear TheirRepubli
Year to Win Vin But ButAlways Republi Republicans r Republicans epubli epublicans ¬
cans cansYear Always Finish Right RightBy
i By JOHN SNURE SNUREI SNURENEW sNURENEW
I NEW YORK Oct 24 24Two 2 Two weeks weeksbefore weeksbefore
i before the election tends the politicaltuation political politicalj politicalsituation
j situation si tuation the country over ov rmoru more intensely in intensely intensely ¬
tensely > interesting than it has been at atany atany atany
any time In the campaign From now nowon nowon nowon
t on until the morning after November NovemberS
8 the fight Is a going to wax a hotter and crudmany andin undoIn
in many States to take shape In Innot Innot Innot
not a to four parts of the country coun try thelines the thelines thelines
lines have not hitherto been drawn drawnPolitical drawnPoliticlll drawnPolitical
Political situations sftuaUonsshlft shift with pro proverbial proverbial prorbial ¬
verbial ve rbial and unexplainable rapidity rapidityand rnpldltand rapidityand
I and between now and election day
there Is time Um e for a lot to happen which whichmay whichmay
I may change the nations of tho fore ferecasters C810casters foresters
casters ca sters and prognosticators A A L cam campal campaign
paign pal n does not always a1wars stay won Two Twoyears Twoyears rwoears
3 years ears ago William 11101 J Bryan Br an seemed
to have tire light won up up until late
in September S IJtember Then came the th attacks attacksen uttackcn attackscn
cn Haskell Theodore Roosevelt
aumped jumped Into the game with both feet feetand tcetand feetnd
and nd things changed front so quickly
that everybody could see Bryansances Bryans Bryanschances Br3anchances
chances ch ances go glimmering
Some phases of the present situation
i indicate In dicate that by b election day da the tidemay tide tidemay tidemay
may have changed chan ed sufficiently sufficiently for the
Republican U < lmbllcan party to save itself ItselfI
Everybody Everybod knows that until now the
I drift has been in the Democratic di direction dlI diction ¬
rection re ction It has been perceptible but
there has been and still is the wdest widestvariance wdestvariance t
I variance of Judgment as to the extent extentextravagant i
It has led In n some cases to the most I
extravagant predictions as to the ex exPlenty
tent of the Democratic vIctory
Plenty of Democrats and Republican Republicanpessimists Republicanpesslmlst4
pessimists c already foresee the House
Democratic by5 by b 76 to 160 10 and fifty fift
Democratic majority Is a rather mod moderate moderate modate ¬
erate er ate estimate estimateCall 6StlmateCall estimateCall
Call It Democratic Democ atic Year YearThIs YearThis e eThis
This Is s Just simply a Democratic Democraticyear Democraticoear Democraticyear
year Is the answer an wer of those who arelooking are arelooking arelookIng
looking for an overwhelming Demo Democratic Demoatic ¬
cratic cr atic victory victoryThey victoryThey Ie tory toryrIuy
They are ar not able to present prei ent convincing convincingflgurvS conlncln conlnclnnsurlS
figures by b districts dlstric ls but they say sa Repub Republican RePU Repubcan b ¬
lican li can defeat Is In the air that the peo peopie pooI people
pie htty 1m ve quietly QuI U made up their Ulfrznln minus s torebuke to torebuke torebuke I
rebuke the 116 Republican RePtlblJcnperty party and that thatit tttIt
it is going Koingfu to be t > e swept awe swept > out of t power as asby as asb asby
by b a a I landslide landslideIt hudlId hudlIdIt lnndstWeIt
It would be idle to say that the pree preeent pre prest
ent situation does not disclose possibili PQ posslbttttlee siblll siblllliea ¬ I
ties ot a landslide landsll to the Democrats Democratse I Imonths
Th ne e Maine result tb the election sent 8Ommonths sentmonths
months ago a o of Foes in 3lassaclusettsnd Massachusetts
and a nd later the election of Havens in the
Rochester district In New K lW York areamong art artamong ar
among the things suggestive sue Uve of an over overwhelming overwhelming ¬
whelming Republican defeat The fac ¬ I
tional differences between Jttw n the Rejib Rejibtata Rrp b
hC81i1 regulars and In insurgents ursents mm j I Itstn
tata tst in n favor of tile Democrats l Die Dientent > is J 1 1cost 1
conteont co ntent Is In the air ir People are elis elisttleOhYd
> 1 ttleOhYd tE etl over the tariff and the hi high highcoal h hCOtt
coal cost of living It is impossible to gain gainsay OPtlnSR gainsay ¬
say SR these th things seal none can tell ac
clretel crnttely how far these and IIt1 other caused causedare ca causesare d dare
are going to operate against the Repub Repubcan ¬
li lican can party part Still it one sits down calmly
ami an goes OM over the UI situation State by b b8ta
8ta State State e he will have hard work w rk arriv ¬
ing in at the conclusion that the next
House IS is going to be heavily Detrocratlc Demo Democratic D I1O I1OCNlU ¬
cratic craticIndications CNlU CNlU1ndiCAtlons <
Indications today tod toda on the whole are
that th < t the House Hou e a will 11 be close clol with the thechances tb tbCI
chances CI c Kncet > in favor of o the Democrats car carrying carIYlu carying ¬
rying IYlu r ying it It is possible JH Itble to se see howeveross however
how fl oss the Republicans can stilL atilt save savethemselves sa sathe say saythemselves
the themselves lv It is a a bad betting proposi propostafter ¬
lion House to offer big odds on a Democratic Ueurocr ti c I IWest I
West Danger Is Light LightMost LightMost
Most observers agree a ec the Republicans Republicansare Rep Republi Republiare bUeans bUeansKre cans
are not likely to lose much in the insur insurgent Insurgeet ¬
gent g ent country and that It the Democrats Democratscarry Democratscarl Democratcarry s
carry carl the House H they t ey are > going to carry carryIt carryIt carryit
It in the East This was as the general generalfeelintr generalfeeUm genera generafceHnc 1
feelintr a a month ago and it t Is the thejudgment theJtd th e
judgment Jtd ment of f most men with whom one onetalks onetalks on e
talks today The danger to the Repub Republicans 1tepu 1tepuHcans Repubeans ¬
licans b eans Is e to be found in n the fact that thatin thatin thatin
in some States Stat Republican Insurgency Insurgencyand InsurJencyand insurgencyanti
and restlessness have no other outl outlhan outlet outletthen ouUttth t
then th t han n through throu h Republican Republ C2Il defeat West Western Western ¬
ern insurgents l ur8ents have taken to the notion notionthat noUonthat n
that It te > 8 better to light ft ht out the party
battles within the party It Is true they they1Ia theyave
liavo 1Ia h ave climbed to control of the organi organizations organ ¬ I
zations in their States over the sore sorewhom so r re I
meads of o a lot of r regulars lars some o owhom of ofwhom f I
whom are going to stay at home or to toknife t o I
knife the ticket on election day da But Butthe Butthe Bu t I I
the defections will probablv not be fatal fatalin 1 i I
in most m l of the Insurgent regions reglansFrom regionsFrom regl s sFromO
From FromO Ohio ie eastward eastward the independent independentvoter I1dependE1tvotEr t
voter the dissatisfied dlasaU lied or insurgent In rnent Re Republican RetlzbU ¬
publican tlzbU n zblkan an I 18 going Joln to strike hard at Re Republican Republlan Rean ¬
publican an control of the House He h hno has hasno hasno as
no other chance to express his dlssatis dls atls
Standing of o States in Face Faceof Faceof Faceo
o of Election ElectionNew Eled on onNew
New York is the big storm centerand center centerand centerand
i and doubt as to how ballots will vrfllfall willfall willfall
fall there has not been cleared clearedby clearedby
by the advance of election dayHarmon day dayHarmon dayHarmon
Harmon is strong in Ohio ana Mis Missouri Missouri Missouri ¬
souri is backsliding to the old oldDemocracy oldDemocracy oldDemocracy
Democracy DemocracyIn
In Iowa there are three close dis districts districts districts ¬
tricts and how the vote will willstand willstand willstand
stand November 9 is beyond con conjecture conjecture conjecture ¬
jecture today todayIn todayIn
j In Massachusetts the Democrats Democratshave Democratshave Democratshave
have openly thrown away their theirchances theirchances theirchances
chances and the fight will be behard behard behard
hard hardNo hardNo hardNo
No two people agree as to probable probableoutcome probableoutcome probableoutcome
outcome in Indianaaction Indiana Indianafatlion IndianaCalIon
action f than by voting otlnc against the Re Reimblican ReIUblieKn ReIntblicxn
imblican ticket ticketOf ticketOf ticketOf
Of course scattered all over the coun country countl ¬
try tl ar are close districts 1J trlets which hleh may Oa easily eawHygo eatdlyo
go g o Democra DemooraUc DemO < ra lc In Missouri the pendu pendulum pethdulam
l lam m seems to toe swinging back toward towardthe towardthe
the Democrats De l4Crats who ho assert u rt they will willgain willRin willKnfn
gain Rin five House Hou e seats there Iowa has liasthree hastIr tiesthree
three tIr districts the th Sixth Second and andFirst andFirst andFirst
First which are so close as a to be al always always always ¬
ways in doubt Such districts Istrlcts as theseare these theseare thmear
are ar looked on by the Republicans as asdangerous asdangerous 8 8dan
dangerous dan Erous every Congressional ConJTc sional campaign cam campaign camPiin ¬
paign They are In a way exceptions exe ptlon8 to tothe tothe tothe
the general J g metal rule that the Republicans RepublicanshaVethe Republkanshae Republicansha
haVethe hae haeIJI08t ha the most to apprehend in the East Eastern EaJiterr Easters ¬
err States tate where insurgency in uTgcoc has ha had nochance no nochance nochance
chance to voice oJee itselfInterest Itself ItselfInterest lt elC elCInterest
Interest Taken In Polls PollsAll PollsAll PollsAll
All manner of polls lls of the the Congres Congressional Congresslor1 Congresional ¬
sional s districts have been taken butone but butone butone
one that has attracted much notice noticethe noUcethe
the putt week was prepared by theSuccess the theSuccess theSuooeu
Success Magazine It bears out in a astriking astriking atriking
striking s way the idea that the House Housethis aous aousthis
this year is close It comes to theconclusion the theconclusion theconclusion
conclusion that 189 Concessional COnbie slonal dis districts distrIcts dis districts ¬
tricts are probably Republican and
189 the th same number probably Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic leaving thirteen districts in indoubt Indoubt indoubt
doubt The thirteen districts which whichaccording w1tlch1 w1tlch1according I Iaccording
according to this poll will settle the thebalance thebalance thebalance
balance of power Ilow r in the House Iou e ar arthe are arethe arethe e
the Tenth Massachusetts represented representedby repre represent representby ented entedby a1 ea1
by OConnell Democrat by b four votes votesplurality votellplurnllt vote voteluralit e
plurality plurnllt luralit in the la last t election the Al A1bany Albany
bany N 10 i Y district Southwich Re Resey Republican
publican by i85 Second or New Jer Jer4ey
sey Gardner Republican by II 34M 31 31Sixth 3411Sixth I ISixth
Sixth of Indiana Barnard Republic Republican ¬
an by b 1100 Seventh of IndianaKorbly Indiana IndianaKorbly IndianaKorblr
Korbly Democrat by 883 8 Ninth inth of In Indiana Indiana Indiana ¬
diana Morrison Democrat by 1100Eleventh 1100 1100Eleventh 1100Eleventh
Eleventh of Indiana Rauch Democrat Democratby Democratby
by 1 1200 iXl First of Michigan Denby b Re Republican Republican Republican
publican by 9900 969 First Firs tof of Iowa Ken Kennedy Kenued Kenredy ¬
nedy ued Republican UtpubUc n by 1600 liO Oil Second o oIowa of ofSixth orIowa f
Iowa Dawson Republican by 1IJM 1IJMSixth 1 1Sixth
Sixth of Iowa Kendall Republicanby Republican Republicanby
by b 300 30 Fifth of North Carolina CarolinaMorehead CaroUnallore CarolinaMorehead
Morehead llore ead Republican by 200 H and andEighth andEighth a andEighth
Eighth of North orth Carolina Cowl Cowles CowlesUepubllcan CowlesRepublican eg egRepublican
Republican by 1400 1400Four 140Four 14e0Four
Four of r > these districts are now nowDemocratic nowDemocratic no noDemocratic w
Democratic and nine Republican and andfrom an anfrom wd d I
from thin fact the magazine has come cometo cometo I
to the conclusion the Hou House will 111 b bRepublican be e
Republican by two wo or three threeIn threeIn threeIn I
In a a year like the present one onewherein onewherein onewherein
wherein there is so much unrest as to t o 1 1make 1 l
make calculations difficult and unre unreliable unreliable unreliable ¬
liable and likely to be upset upset 0 it i iquite 18 18quite fquite
quite clear that It Is Imposfble dpos e to 2 8 fig figure figure g ¬
ure the House result down to any anysuch anysuch an ansuch v
such fine point as this In a general generalway genera eneral eneralway t
way however the Success poll is interesting in interesting Intercstlns ¬
teresting and illuminating and points pointsto pointsto
to a much closer House situation than thanDemocratic tha n
Democratic leaders will admit admitWhat admitVhat I
What makes calculation on the House Houseespecially Housee Hous Housespecially
especially e peclally difficult Is the uncertainty of ofthe o othe
the situations in a few e great storm ecuNei cen centers centers ¬ I
ters Of these New ew York is chief hlef New NewYork Ne ew ewYork
York always holds the center of atten attention attention ¬
tion in a Presidential Pre klentlal year It is not notoften notoften no nooften t
often in a Congressional election thatis that it itis itIs t
is as important as it is in this cam campaign campaign ¬
paign Roosevelt has Just fairly entered enteredI entered
on the great task Imposed on him of de defeatlnl defeating
featlnl Dix and electing Stlrneon Ili His Hissuccess S
success might save the House to the Re Re1 Re1publicanfl i
publicans Then there are such States I Ia
as a < New ew Jersey Ohio Indiana Iowa IowaMissouri and andMissouri andMIJi80uri
Missouri which are also centers of hard hardfights hardfi har d
fights fi hts New Jersey Je y lately 1atel has seen im improvement improvement improvement ¬
provement of the chances or defeating defeatingWilson defeatingVII defeatin defeatinWilson g
Wilson VII n Indiana is so close no two peo people pee poopIe ¬
pIe agree about it itIn itIn itIn
In Ohio the trend zooms to be heavily heavll y
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Insurgency I nsurgency Not Going to toPlay toPlay toPlay
Play Serious Part In Con Conditions Conditions Conditions ¬
ditions Out OutIn In the theWest theWesttoward West Westtoward Westtoward
toward Harmon in Inwa the normal
Republcan majority a 11 be greatly re reuced ¬
duced d uced and there is even some talktphlch talk talkyhlch talkyhlch
yhlch Is not to be taken too seriously I Iof
of Governor Carrolls defeat in MuV MuVing Us eis eissour
I souri sour the Democrats think they are are o
ing to sweep the platter clean of f all Sat bUt but
Representative Richard JJartholdt At
the same time Champ Clark has b been en
forced to hasten home to his own dis ¬
trict to look after his own fences fen es
The Th failure of Democratic calcula ¬
tions In n these State or even in Net N New
York New Jersey Jerse and Indiana and quite tilt tiltPOMSIb1y
possibly in New ew York alone would en enable enable enable ¬
able the Republicans to continue con conof control con control
trol of the H House use In assuming the job J9bof jobof
of saving New York to the Republican
Roosevelt hag taken a bigcontract It Its
te i s admitted by Republican Congressional
leaders that hat if f Dix sweeps the State St t
by a a huge majority as many as a dozen doz dozenfrom n
Congressional Cengre elonal districts may be wrested wre wrestedm ted
from m the Republicans There are ire name 1IOmethingI somethings
things not reassuring reaasur ing to the Democrats
Dix himself says the fight is s hard andclose and andclose andclOtic
close He H is not chairing cha ln rainbows
Samson is making makln a a good campaign campaignmuch cm carnp n nmuch nmuch
much better than Dix is on he e stump sturajiState slum
Roosevelt got good receptlottI up the
State and howling ovations ovations In Ne New
York when he appeared Thursday night nightand nllhtand nightand
and It does not Ot appear at all impossible Impo tble
for him to turn the Democratic calcula ¬
tion tons upside down 4t ki the next two twoweeks t twoweeks o oweek
weeks
Influence of Prospects ProspectsThe ProspectsThe ProspectsThe
The Democratic campaign eamPftl < < n In New NewYork NewYork
York is J suffering from the same me thingsthat things thingsthat tninSJI tninSJIthat
that the Democratic Congressional cam campaign campaign ¬
paign te J s There is too much of a disposition dispo disposition dblJMtsitton ¬
sition to believe that Democratic success suc success succea8 ¬
cess this year Is foreordained and that thatthe tbatthe thatshe
the only thing tp do Is to sit down and andwait andwait
wait for torlt it Instead of making a astrong astrongand strongaggre88lve strong strongand
and aggressive campaign in New Yorkon York Yorkon YOlkon
on the real issues l u the Democrats 1e rat are aretalking aretalking aretalking
talking about Roosevelt and andm IMS 11 In Instead InIItCfid Instead ¬
stead of the Democratic Congressional Congressionalcommittee Congr Congreslomlcommittee Iorn1 Iorn1committee
committee making m klng a vigorous and Intel ¬
ligent campaign that body is relying r IYing on enthe d dthe
the spirit of protest against pln t Republican Republlcanem ¬
ism l em to sweep the Democrats DemO < rats into poster no r
If 1 the Democratic campaign through the thecountry tbeco1nt1J thecountry
country were were being conducted with thi tltnntelligence
intelligence iRt i lIIgenee displayed by Woodrow oodrow ttison Wil Wilson cn cnn ¬
son n in n New Jersey Jer y or by Judge Butduin BaldIn1ft
in Connecticut or by Judson 1 Harmon larmon in InOhio inOhio
Ohio the outlook for sweeping Demo Democratic Deln DelncratJc Democratic ¬
cratic success 90 I far as the douse House Is Isconcerned Isconcerned isconcerned
concerned would be much better tter Evenif Even Evenif EVf EVfIt
if Wilson II8On la s defeated for instance theis ther theris thE thEIs
is not much doubt that the general generaleffect gEner41effect generiieffect
effect of his campaign will m have been to tobrace tobrace tobrace
brace up Democracy through the East EasLIn
In 1 n Pennsylvania PenlUJlvanl the Democrats In nam naming namIng namop ¬
ing their State ticket threw tb away th thtOlr thtOlropportunities > ir iropportunities r
opportunities op optheir In ca caFoss Massachusetts Ma M ac tu e1ts awaywhile while whUeFo whilePOSH
POSH Fo s will make a hard campaign from fromnow iromnow fromnow
now on the wrangle into which the theDemocrats t tDemocrats theDemocrats
Democrats allowed themselves tbem elve to fall fallweakens tallweakens fallweakens
weakens them materially Indiana Dem Democrats DemO Democrats ¬
ocrats O < rats are in trouble among themselves themselvesand them themselvesand eheas eheasand
and in Nebraska Bryan has uu damaged if ifnot ifnot i inot t
not ruined the Democratic prospect pro pects by byhia h hhis
his stand on county option Looking Lookingover L Lookingover okin okinover
over the field one is forced to the con conclusion conclusion conelusion eonelusion ¬
clusion elusionDemocratic that in spite of the signs > > Ignat f feon a aDemocratic JlDemocratic
Democratic year the Democrat canno cannot cannotyet alnnotet A
yet et consider themselves out out of of ofwoods thft thftwoods thAwood
woods The Republican party is I not notform in inform Inform
form this year but its remarkable remarkablegenius remark4 remark4gEnluliI remarkablegenius
genius for an eleventhhour rally raIl has hasnot hasnot
not entirely deserted It The next nextwho t two twoweeks toeeks ter 0 0h
weeks eeks may compel the prophets prophetsnext whoso who Jt r
80 abfoolutely convinced the Hou House e ha3 ha3gBe h
gone ane hopelessly hopeles ly Democratic to take takeew a afew j
few ew reefs In their calculations calculationsJ
J L JAMESON BUYS HOME HO 1E 1EJ
J J I L Jamoaon Jame on has purchased from fromKennedy fromKennedy t
Kennedy Brothers the new dwelling at atVarder a t
35 350 Warder street northwest for J5SOO J5SOOThe S is Wl WlThe
The purchaser vent w l occupy the house houseThe houwThe
The sale ale was as made through the office of ofth orth o othe t
th the N I L Sansbury Company CompanyUtterly CompanyUtterlywretched
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XervonH Prostration Long Lon Endured EnduredBefore EnduredDefore EnduresBefore
Before Remedy wan lllt Found FoundMiss IoundYIN
Miss Minerva Inera Reminger Upper UpperBern UpperBern UpperBern
Bern Pa writes For several years yearsI yearI
I had nervous prostration and andutterly wan wanutterly cussutterly
utterly wretched I lived on bread breadand breadaad
and beef tea because my stomach stomachwould stomacllwould stomachwould
would not retain anything else < i Itook Itook
took many remedies but obtained no nonow DOrellet norelief
relief until unt l I took Hoods Sar Sarsaparilla Sarsaparillawhen aparllla aparlllawhen
when I began to gain at once Am Amnow
now cured curedPure j
Pure rich blood makes good strongnerves strong strongnerves strongnerves
nerves and this is why Hoods Sarsa Sarsaparlila SarMprll1a STPaparilla
parlila which purifies and onricliea onriclieathe onrl hes hesthe
the blood cures so many nervous dis diseases dlseGrU diseases ¬
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to suffer with it t when my mypainless mypainless mypainless
painless methods relieve you youof youof OU OUor
of all pain and preserve your yourteeth yourteeth our ourteeth
teeth My l1 prices will save saveyou saveyou
you money just as my m expert ex expert expert ¬
pert dental methods will willsave willsave willsave
save your teeth Satisfaction Satisfactionguaranteed Satisfactionguaranteed Satisfactionguaranteed
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Sundays Su dftYs 10 A31 A 31 U to 1 P 31 MOpen 31Open 11Open
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i The lL r rYou Palais PalaisYou Royal RoyalYou
You have to have faith In your doctor doctoryou you ought to have faith in theone the theone theone
rJ one who whether he asks 98c or 15 for glasses Jasa s is willing to guaranteethem guarantee
them for three years By nature a a student student with a mechanical turn Dr
Samuel was fi shining light at college and In practice demonstrates deIaon < ten onetrat ttate s his hisskill fP fPskill
skill so effectually > that he to s overwhelmed ovelWh with testimonial te dmonIaIa Balcony
Parlor ParlorFJrst First Floor No o charge for coBSUitetion eoBMaltaUonExclusive eoasultattoaIFrt
IFrt coBSUitetionxdusive Exclusive ExclusiveGarments xdusive xdusiveGarments xdusiveGarments f
jr jri Garments best in every respect have to be behigh behi
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L X 1 high hi h priced pricedbut pricedbuthive but t need t Qd H eaccfosive e > aci re J mean profatb profatbi prohibitive pr
i itive hivet
t A visit to t + 7 the fashionable tailor ta x of womens S gar garraents r rments r
f w raents means a prohibitive IXobibi ven price Nor does oneq one onefind onefind
c I l q find safety in in the exclusive shops sbopswben when exclu exeluF exclusive
f 1 F sive save can alWays be applied to the price pci a if not notalways notal
always al ys to the garments garmentsThe garmentse rments rmentsThe
The Th Thcash e association of exclusive garments garments with W l a acash acash
3
r11H 1 Ii cash business creates a revolution that has reached reachedv
rJ I v y y the elite of society societyA societyt
liii t it A lady of distinction numbered among the elite of Washington Washingtonlately
III i yiutu 1 lately purchased one of the Velvet Suits here at 7500 and volunteered volunteeredthe ro unteered
1 the information that it fitted better than any made for her by the leading leadingman leadingman
man tailors taflprs She added And I have had none or of the worry worfy also alsodated associated ¬
dated with frequent visits to the tailor tailorExclusive tailorli
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Exclusive But Not Prohibitive ProhibitiveLovely ProhibitiveLovely
Ii i t jth Lovely Velvet Gowns are also here at 6500 4500 4500 and 3750 3750The
The he new Corduroy Coat Suits and Automobile Coats todas todays fad fa in inNew inNew
New York are here for as little as 2500 The oneofakind oneofz hind Broad Broadcloth > ad adJ ¬
J cloth Suits with trimmings of broad Hercules braid here at 3950
4500 50o and 6000 00 are ql 1 latestmoment imported im ed styles stylesThe st lee
1
25 and 2750 Suits i 1998 1998J 998
J The Palais Royals Roy als Regular Stock at a Reduced Price PriceIt P ce ceIt
It is very easy to go into the market and pick up up u failures failuresgarmenb garments rejected for one reason or oranother aranotherand oranotherand
another anotherand and tiy r I i y and sell them at a low price Need you be told that the Palais Royal never tolerates toleratessuch toleratessuch
such suits Those sold here at 1998 are made to special order and have to tocomeup come up to the Palais Royal Royalstandard Royalstandard Royalstandard
standard in eve every detail Such garments ga 8ts tal t1 e considerable time to prodoceaud produce and it is only because of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the late enormous demand for these 1998 suits suitsand and because of wait waiting waitin for new supplies that thegarments the thegarments thegarments
garments c offered here her herrd e regularly at 2500 and 2750 700 are temporarily temport ly made 1998 1998Word 1998Word
Word 1T0 rd Pictures of a few of 25 and 2750 Cloth Suits SuitsRegular SuitsRe
Regular Re ar patrons know them but some Times readers may need to learn that they are plain tailored tailoredand f2iloredand
and braided in self colors the latestmoment Iatest nt 28 30 32 and 34inch models straight strai lines and semi semifitting semifitUng semi1itting
fitting with gore ore pleated P aced and modified hobble skirts linings ini of guaranteed Skinner satin and pe peas u de decygne decy deasket
cygne cy C y The Th e materials hlate als include broadcloth broadtJofb fancy 2ocy zifeeUffej zi Z1 liFI i Japucle l ucle le I rasket asket weave cheviot cheviot manfike man1ike man like suit suitings suitin ¬
ings in and anq twotone novelties The colors include black bkhc navy navy wstarl wistaria wi5ta a olive mustard mus golden n and andmedium andmedium
medium browns tans t ans grays and plum um 1998 instead of 2500 and 2750 only until the arrival of ofmore ofmore or
more regular 1998 suits suitsDemonstration suitsDemonstration
Demonstration r ti and Sale of Sample Corsets
79c 79cI 79 79Worth
I Worth to 2
Merode trode Vests Pants Tights Tlphtsand TI Tightsand hts htsand
and Corset Covers Co ra all allweights JTA JTAweights
weights all styles s les and sizes OuC OuCMerode 50 cMerode C CIerode
Merode Union Suits medium mediumweight mediumvdght mediumweight
weight with high hl h and low necks neckslong BecksIons neckslong
long and short Q Qsleeves
59 9c
sleeves sleevesMerode UJU UJUMerode C CIrode
Merode Vests Pants and andTights andTights andTights
Tights half wool in white J7 ffn ffnand
115 l5C C CIErode
and gray grayMerode I DC DCMerode
Merode Silk and Wool Ribbed RibbedVests RibbedVests RibbedVests
Vests and Pants white rtQ rtQonly 1Q
98 1QvC
only vC C
2069 2069V g69 g69Worth
Worth V orth to 4
Merode erode Natural an and White Au Australian Australlan Australian ¬
stralian WoolZ1 Wool 23 wool w woolVests l C1 Oir OirMerode
Vests Tests aM Patlta PatltaJoIero FaattaMerode 1 25
JoIero Merode e Silk and D Wool W 001 Veata Veataand Ve Vestaand Us Usy Usp
and gray y Pants p white i and andgray u C 150 150Xerodc JTA JTAMerode
Merode best grade Vests Vestsand YostsD Vestsand
and D t Pants silk and 219 219Xorode 219Merode O f O OMerode
Merode light medium and
heavyweight Bea welght Union Suits in inall QO QOall
all styles and sizes 98 98C OU C
85c yard ard Table Damask t tish
6 63a 3L
Irf Irish ish > h Satin 70 w Inches wide wed
100 yard Table Dahtask extra extraheavy extraheuy extraheavy
heavy German silver bleach ble bleached ch SSe QOp QOped
ed 72 Inches wide OOC
500 500Worth
Worth to 8
With the corset and suit parlors park > rs both on third floor the psychological moment is here to learn of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best for your individuality Come C tomorrow morning morningthe the morning hours are least busy and the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various fitting rooms are less s apt to be aaupKdWear occupied occupiedWear occupiedWear
Wear the GloveFitting Swiss Ribbed Merode Underwear UnderwearA UnderwearWhich
A Which is the cheapest cheapestthe the lesser priced garments that wear less than half as k 1on tons g never looking lookingas
as well feeling as well or fitting as well or these glovefitting gk > vefitting handfinished silk sewed AVerode11 AVerode11garments Merodeugarments hSerodegarments °
garments garmentsBut garmentsBut garmentsBut
But when the dressmaker and the family doctor agree that Merode is the best bestthentberes bestthen then theres theresnothing theresnothing
nothing more to be said This word wordthe the Palais Royal was first in Washington Washin with Akrode Head Headquarters HeadQuarters ¬ J Jquarters
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quarters today todaywith with the most complete stock r
3ir Mereie fte e Union Suits Saltsa Suitsand
and a d Separate t Garments Garments5e t or ori
= 135 135Silk
i 5e e to toMerode dldt dldtMeroAe
MeroAe Silk and Wool Union UnionSf8 Unionts UnionSuits
Sf8 Suits ts 1lS h 2i1 2i1Merode h S298 S2983f 298 298Xerode
Xerode 3f ro LightweIght Llgltt wetght WoolUnl4m WoolUniea Wool WoolUnion
Union Suits all styles In Of rn rnH
1 150 50
all H sIzes sIzesXerode sinesMerode t5JL U UXerode
Xerode Heavyweight Merino MerinoUnion Merinon MerlnoUnion
Union n Salts white t and t rrr rrrgray
= 175
gray < s ± 4
German Union Linen Art NeedleworkWhen Needlework
i i When hen the elaboration and beauty of the drawn work and hem hemDemonstration bemt
t T mBf4tfAW fn I stitching is seen een the prices o of these pieces will create eager purchasing purchasingi
I 2L IL I i Demonstration and sate of these pieces tomorroWoIl tomorrow on first floor table tablenear tab1ei
elevator elevator18x18 elevatori
i near 1 1d 1Z
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I Z EP H o I 18x18 Centerpieces 5 rows drawn work 25c 25c24x24 25cI
t I f3 I I t 24x24 Centerpieces Ceute ieces 3 rows drawn work 35c 35c18x27 35ei
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1 i J M = j f fI 18x27 Tray Covers 3 rows drawn work 25c 25c18x54 25cJ
I 1 > J JY i I 18x54 Bureau Scarfs 3 rows drawn work 39c 39c36x36 3gei
E1 It t
i fmt j fjDtv Y + r ot + I 36x36 Lunch Covers 3 rows drawn work 58c 58c45x45 58ci
h
i t 45x45 Lunch Covers 3 rows drawn work 78c
60c Oc yard ard Table Damask irnercer irnercerized mercer 1merccrfe mercerized ¬
ized satin s 62 inches I C QQo QQowide
fe 39c 39c65c
wide wide65c u OJC OJC65c
I 65c yard Table TablDamask Damask German fGermaasilver Germansilver Germansilver
silver bleached 62 Inches CQ CQwide
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wide J t OtfC C
125 1 yard TaMe Ta le Damaak extra extraflae extraSine
jiBe quality bleached satin satinInches QOrt
72 7 inches wW wide 98c 9 J7OC J7OCdozen C Csi11
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satin damask hemmed ready readyfor QQ >
for use 18 inches > OOC 88 8C C
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