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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1912.
WOMAN MS RE T COLONEL Willi MENU Southern California Out En Mase to fcheer Progressive. By THEODORE TILLER. SANTA BARBARA, Cal., Sept. 16. In improved fighting trim after an entire day of reBt In San Francisco, Col. Theodore Roosevelt reached here today to find a repetition of the great reception accorded him in the city of the Golden Gate. An unusual spectacle was pre sented as Mr. Roosevelt reached Santa Barbara. Banked about the railroad station wcro thousands of people and in the foreground stood a chorus of two hundred women. As the Roosevelt train slowed down they waved flags, handkerchiefs, and palm leaves, and their voices were raised in "America." Before the colonel began his short platform address the "Jane Addama chorus" Bang other patriotic songs which are identified with the Pro gressive campaign. Women His Backers. Mr. Roosevelt, owing to the exi gencies of hts schedule, remained In Santa Barbara but a few minutes, but the ovation given him here In pictur esque Santa Barbara, a town where the mountains and the sea meet, was Inspiring throughout. At Santa Barbara the colonel learned that a "Jane Addams" chorus of sev eral hundred voices would greet him In Los Angeles this afternoon. Such Inci dents Illustrate the unprecedented nature of the Roosevelt campaign and the interest taken In It by women In the States where woman suffrage pre vails. The Bull Moose candidate Is feeling "bully" again. He was a rather tired man Saturday night, following two weeks of constant campaigning, topped with a truly remarkable meeting at the San Francisco Coliseum, but as he swung through the southern portion of the land of sunshine today he was the typical Roosevelt magnetic, forceful, vigorous, strong of voice. Met But Few People. Despite his fatiguing week, the colonel made at the coliseum one of the most telling speeches of his career, and with hammer and tongs he went after the' opposition and the bosses hero again today. Rest was the keynote of the colonel's Sunday In San Franclscp. Comfortably quartered in the Palace Hotel, there were no railway station crowds to claim the colonel; he slept late, lunched with Dr. Benjamin Ide Wheeler, president of the University of California, and an enthusiastic Pro gressive; took an automobile ride over the beautiful driveways of the city; dined with former Governor Pardee, Francis J. Heney, and Gifford Plnchot. and left the Golden Gate at 10 o'clock last night a refreshed and optimistic campaigner. Mr. Roosevelt feels at home in Cali fornia. There Is apparently no doubt re garding the State's attitude toward the new movement. Theodore Roosevelt is hailed as a popular Idol In the State of his running mate, Governor Johnson, and the magnificent welcomes are being reflected In the 'increased earnestness and effectiveness of Mr. Roosevelt's speeches. In other words, the colonel says It's "great," and It indeed is. Mr. Roose velt as man and candidate is visibly Impressed with the manner in which he has been acclaimed in California, which, ao a State, under the leadership of Hiram Johnson, has put into practical local operation many or tne govern mental reforms advocated in the na tional platform of the Progressive party. California a Guarantee. In speaking to San Francisco and Santa Barbara audiences, Colonel Roosevelt drew loud applause when he declared "that cur program, our prom ise, nationally. Is really your perform ances here In California. Under the lead of Hiram Johnson you have actu ally done In this State what we promise to do in the nation, and your achieve ment Is the guarantee that our promise will be made good." Aside from the surface indications of the tremendous Roosevelt-Johnson sen timent In this Pacific Coast State, Col onel Roosevelt Is gladdened by the re cent primary results In the Fourth Cali fornia district, the full significance of which was learned at San Francisco. This Is the particular California district where the Roofevelt delegates to the Republican conventlin were thrown out by the Taft-Penrose-Barnes machine in June. Last week this same district was car "NO-BODY LOVES A BALD MAN"! I Every day we ice YOUNG men and women, wno nave grown prematurely grey. They immediately fall into the "Old Age ' clan, becauie grey hairs are 10 closely aiiociated WITH OLD AGE. hit extremely discomforting and humil iating to 'be bsld to be grey when the! veart do not iuitiiv it. The fhli lannh at I the young men so marred the young man loon learns to discriminate between natu ral hair in its full bloom of health and NATURAL COLOR, and shabby look ing grey and faded hair. Give nature a chance. If she is ettcour aged, stimulated, assisted, she will give Jrou a hesd of hair that you will be proud of. Give it to her. Use HAY'S HAIR HEALTH J 1.00 and 50c at Drug Storca or direct upon re ceipt ol price and dealer' name. Send 10c (or trial bottle. Phllo Hay Spec Co., Newark, N. J. FOR SALE AND rtKGOMMENDED BY PEOPLE'S PHARMACY, 7TH K TS. N. W. Where the Candidates Are ' Today aisasssMssasanai PROGRESSIVE Colonel Roose velt spends morning In Simla Barbara j afternoon in Los An gelcB, leaving at 10.15 p. m. REPUBLICAN President Taft re malned In Beverly. DEMOCRATIC Governor Wilson eh route through Ohio and In diana, on his first Western cam paign trip. SOCIALIST Eugene Y. Debs re turned to Ills home in Tcrrc Ilaute, Ind., for a thrcc-dny rest before taking the rond again. PROHIBITION Boston heard Eugene W. Chafln today. ried by the Progressives by a majority of 2.700. "When the figures were shown the colonel, he beamed and significant- ,ly commented: "That tells the tale." The result in this -district wnere me test came In the State primary haB greatly Impressed, not only the colonel, but the Progressives here. It may be regarded as a barometer of California's position regarding the Chicago steam roller. , , . Colonel Roosevelt, after his hurried tour of lower California will turn east ward tonight for Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado. The colonel's Itinerary beyond Denver Is not complete, but it has practically been decided he will visit nearly all of the Southern States before returning to New York In Oc tober. Col. Cecil Lyon, the colonel's travel ing right-hand bower and adviser pleni potentiary, Is endeavoring to have the Itinerary arranged so that Mr. Roose velt may make a flying visit to Dallas, Tex. Lyon promises the Bull Moose a glorious reception In that Democratic bailiwick and he Is pulling the wires to sidetrack the colonel temporarily. Colonel Roosevelt regards' his San Francisco reception as one of tho most remarkable of either the prim ary or present campaign. The Coli seum holds 16,000 people and, in or der to gain admittance, many stood in line for. (hours, while thousands were turned away. Entering the vast hall the colonel was cheered for four teen minutes and his speech In nn swer to Woodrow "Wilson's New York Press Club speech was fiery and Im pressive, although the colonel's voice was hoarse and he was tired. Ho was Introduced by Francis J. Heney, who roused the pride of the Pacific coast when he referred to Roosevelt as "the man who made pos sible the Panama canal and the 1915 exposition." This was in direct answer to the Taftltes, who are seeking to give the President the credit of bringing the exposition to San Francisco, over looking Roosevelt's part In building the canal, the opening of which the exposition will celebrate. Mr. Heney, who accompanied the colonel to Santa Barbara, said today; "The Progressives need have no fear of California. Roosevelt and Johnson are gaining all the while and things are In most satisfactory condi tion. The Progressive victory will be as decisive, I believe, as that In the primaries." We got Every manufacturer has some surplus stock near the end .of a season. The makers of Society Brand Clothes found a few of their highest grades of Suits on hand and let us have them at such a price that we can give about 150 men the bargains of their lives. There are $35 Suits - $30 Suits $25 Suits and we offer you a choice for 13 You have these are Many of these suits may be worn until there's really cold weather, and they' 11 be perfectly correct for wear next spring. Select one of the $35 styles, and you're saving $24.15 on the finest garments made. 1 h r WILSON BALLS ROLL TO FIND THIRTEEN 0 IS CI L CAR Wife and 'Daughters Give Democratic Chief Send- Off on Western Tour. ON BOARD THE "WILSON Sl'KCIAL CAR, COLUMB'Ub, Ohio, fiopt. 16. .More convinced than over that thirteen .U his lucky number, after calling tho roll of tho membership or his party and finding that there woro thirteen In It, Governor Wilson today prepared for a strenuous Invasion of thu Mlddlo West. The governor expected to makio a few Informal talks duping the duy, but did not look for uny extonded spcchmnklng until ho reached bloux City. The feminine members of tho Wilson household gave the Democratic candi date a warm send-off when ho started yesterday, Mrs. Wilson and hor threo daughters Insisting on accompanying him part of the way to see that no got started properly. Before leaving home complaints In dicating a "scandalous disregard of law In th city of Newark" wero brought to tho notice of tho mayor and chief of police of that city, and to tho prosecutor and sheriff of Essex county by Governor Wilson. In a letter to these officers, Just raado public, the governor calls attention to alleged vice conditions in Newark, com plained of recently by the Anti-Saloon League of Now Jersey, at a formal hearing before him at Trenton. Doc uments relative to the complaints are inclosed with the governor's letter, and prompt and effective action in tho mat ter Is asked. The governor calls attention to the State law making It a misdemeanor for city officials to fall within ten days to take proper action when complaints of law violation of the character In ques tion have been placed before them by the governor or other officials. Under that law he serves notice that violations of the law are alleged to be taking place at certain resorts In Newark, which he names. Colored Voters Invited To Bull Moose Rally r Thousands of circulars are being dis tributed to tho colored voters of Fair mont Heights, Md today calling atten tion to tho Progressive rally to be held at tho town hall in Fairmont Heights Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. A large delegation of Progressives from Washington will attend. Henry V. Plummor has been selected as chairman of the meeting. He con ferred today with National Committee man Frank J. Hogan, who will address the meeting. Other speakers will be present. eiinffVssStdid the Prize! the guaranty of this absolutely the best fc HM m J 1 unrig Irani QLMj m 431-433 Seventh St. WE H4VE NO OTHER STORES. WEH4VE NO OTHER STORES. L RESPECTS TO BULU MOOSE IN KANSAS r Defends Republicans Against Alleged Political "Trick" in That State. KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Sept. 16.-Opcn-Intr the Democratic campaign In Kansas today. Gov. Thomas R. Marshall, Demo cratic Vice Presidential candidate, paid his respectB to tho Progressive party, and mildly defended tho Republicans. Ho said: "Never has the black flag of piracy floated above tho political seas as now: never was It saluted with so much honor. "In all my political career I have never asked anybody to vote for me; I do not propose to do so now. I am unfit for public office If my personal preferment Is moro potent than the triumph of the cause I advocate. My personality is of slight moment to tho voters of this country unlet they be lieve in my party platform, nd In my Intent, If elected, to help carry out its pledges. I have no quarrel with the men who disagree with me with refer ence to the Democratic platform. He may be right, much as I doubt It. "This principle Is. vital: That every man In America has the right to run for office and to vote for whomsoever ho chooses. "When matters of great pith and mo ment are involved, a party is not deal ing honestly with the voters unless It doclarcs Its principles and pledges Its candidates to maintain them. A vote obtained through dissimulation Is wrongfully obtained. "Could anything be more piratical than the open boast of the Roosevelt men that they kept still and waited until thu Maine election had been car ried before declaring their principles? Every regular Republican vote obtained in this way in the State of Maine was fully as dishonest as tho votes in tho Chicago convention which nominated Taft. "A party that opens Us political meetings with nrayer and sings "On ward, Christian Soldlors" and claims to the embodiment of pure politics and clean Americanism ought to be honest enough not to deceive the vot er, not to dissemble, and not to re sort to legal technicalities In order to force the voter either to vote for candidates ho does not desire In of fice or to vote against fits principles. "Tho Progressives claim to bo di vorced from the Republican party on the ground of non-support. They have renounced that party and all its works, and all Its ways. They claim that tho Republican party is even worse than the Democratic party; yet here in the State of Kansas they pro pose to place the Republican emblem above their Progressive electors and l house that grades of l k MARSHAL PAS 4 thereby force the Taft Republicans to do one of three things, none of which they want to do: To vote the Progressive ticket: to v6te agi against their principles and for the Demo cratlc ticket; or to stav away from the noils and not votn lit nil. "That may be a mark' of stick poli tics, but it I not n mprlf of hottest politics. I should like to win the votes of the .Taft Republicans In Kansas; provided they really want to vote for me, oui i insist that IX tliey ao' not want to' vote for mo, they should have the right, as American citizens, to vote for Mr. Sherman. "There can.be no doubt .as to, the duty of a governor whose ''State 'faces this condition of affairs. Ho should at once urge his legislature to change the State's election laws. Every man In Kansas should have a chance 'to vote for the candidates he desires in of fice. It Is also the duty of your gov ernor to seo that the Republican party nas Its ticket upon the ballot and un der its emblem. "I cannot speak for my distinguished associate, for whose selection I most honestly plead, but I truthfully say for myself that my Ideas of govern ment make me prefer the loss of Kan sas, when the men .of the State have had a chance to vote as they desire, to the winning of Kansas through a political trick, such as Is being worked here a trick which would 111 become a candidate for constable." Former Governor Says State Is for Roosevelt "The contest In West Virginia is be tween Roosevelt and Wilson," said for mer Gov. W. O. Dawson, national com mitteeman of tho Progressive party, while In Washington yesterday after noon. "I think there Is no doubt that the colonel will carry the State. "The Republicans and Progressives are united on the candidates for State office and for members of the Houso of Representatives. It Is possible that the Republicans will also control the Legislature, in which event a Repub lican will be named to succeed Senator Chilton. Davis Elklns Is the only Re- Eubllcan candidate for the place who as announced himself, but there un doubtedly will be others. "Jl full electoral ticket for Roosevelt win be put up by petition. We are glad the line la clean-cut, because we can elect them." ., CASTOR I A lor Infants and Children.-' Tin Kind You Hai i Always Bought Bears the Signature of tf iS&Ll Another Reason Why You Should Own a High View Home E ACH year will witness an increase in the value of a "HighVievjf", home no cne can say how great this increase will be. This will be due to the stability of the neighborhood- folks out this way own the homes in which they live. The influence of the higher price homes many ranging in price from $5,000 up will be heavy The money you invest in a "High View" home will return big dividends in real home en joyment. And in cash profit, too, if you decide later on to sell. The comfort you will de rive from one of these homes is worth even more than we ask. And that independent feel ing that home-ownership gives is yours on the same amount and maybe less than you now pay for rent. You are not too busy to spend time in seeing these homes in examining their ar tistic arrangement, and th; many modern conveniences After you've done this, consider the price and terms they're un equaled. $200 cash $26.92 a month. Total price, $3,300. Measure tlie distance and you Mill Unit that IIlRh View la nearer the clt?' bualneaa center than fasjhlounble Dupont Circle. TO INSPECT Take any O street car marked "Brookland" or "North Capitol and W streets," get off at Rhode Island avenue and walk one square cast. 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