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t n i- CUDS OUT EARLY TODAYJO GET ALL ELECTION RETURNS i Washingtonians Undaunted by Two Nights and Day of Watching and Waiting. i L r Apparently undaunted by two nlihta bnd a day of excited "watching and waiting." thousand of Waahlngtonlana who stood in front of the Munaey Build ing listening to The Timet' megaphone until the wee sma' hours laat night Were aatlr bright and early thla morn ing, eager to learn of the latest turn In the race between the two Presidential nominees. 3efore 6 o'clock this morning tele phone calls began to pour In over The Times' special wires, and the corps of operators was kept busy announcing the latest bulletins which had been received from the doubtful States. It wan evident that disappointment waa felt by all, Hughes and Wilson aup portOM alike having 'gone to bed with the belief that morning would bring news showing that their candidate had been elected beyond doubt. ' Leave Homes Early. Others, apparently unwilling to trust to the telephone, hurried nway from their homes, many" without their break- i faots, and made their way to Pennsyl vania avenue, whero they assembled In groups and chattered excitedly. Early last night tho crowd began to gather In front of the Munsey building. , where up-to-thc-mlnute news of the re-1 turns was Demg announced through a mogaphlne. Fur from being wearied by the long vigil of the night before, the crowd seemed In high spirits and rub bed shoulders good naturedly, each try ing to win a favored position In front of the megaphone. Vlelng with tho electric lanterns and the city's lighting system, .the Novem ber moon a Bllver sphere In a cloudless sky shone down upon tho crowd, and lent tho final touch to tho crisp autumn atmosphere to make the night Ideal for thoso outside. The throng swelled ro-ildly as pedestrians poured In from all direc tions and melted Into It. By 7 o'clock it had extended out to the Pennsylvania averiue car tracks and threatened to block traffic. Mounted Reserves. This contingency had been foreseen by the Police Department, however, and mounted reserves patrolled both sides of the tracks, keeping the passageway clear. The rule) thaf no automobiles should pass along the Avenue between Tenth and Fifteenth streets was en forced rigidly ngnln last night, so that with the exception of tho street cars, tho crowd had the broad Avenue all to themselves. II was a typical crowd and Included all ages, colors, anil both sexes. Old men leaned on their canes and smoked silently, leaning slightly forward In or der to catch every syllable of the mega phono man. Women and children were there, too. One mother with four little girls, the oldest not a day over seven, stood near the Government kiosk and eagerly watched nnd listened. "You all keep close to me, my dears, and don't let go of me," said she, an a mounted policeman passed near and In sisted that the crowd move In closer to the sidewalk. "The Lord only knows where I'd ever find you again If you got lost In this crowd. I Just had to know what was going on," she explained to a woman standing next to her. "and there waa nothing to do but bring them along with me. , Much Laughter Heard. Many laughing and Jocular comments were heard as a lone man, about Ihlrty flvo years old made his way Into the thick of the crowd, pushing a large white, covered, baby carriage. His progress was slow, but tho crowd was kind and his will power strong, and after ten or fifteen minutes work he secured a position almost Immediately beneath tho megaphone, and brought his car riage to a halt. Slumbering aa sweetly as though he was tucked away In his mother's arms, the faco of a chubby, Klx-month-old baby boy could be seen beneath the cover. Tho fathor paid no attention to the crowd, onre he had reached his goal, and stood with his eyes fixed on the second floor of tho Siunscy Building, as unconscious of his surroundings apparently as his slumber ing offspring.. Small boys proclaiming In shrill, ex cited voices that they had for sale "the fresh ronsted kind" darted In and out among the people, leaving a trail of peanut Bhells In their wake. Mothers' Correspondence Club Elects Officers Officers of the newly organized Mothers' Correspondence .Club of Wash ington were chosen yesterday. Mm Emma Fercuson. who started an organization similar to the Washington oiuo in inaianapoiia tome nine ago, is thn founder of the local chanter. It Is hoped by the members that other such clubs will be started In other cities or tne country. The purpose or the clue is to oner "a mother's aid" to American soldiers and aauors. Governors Elected DEMOCRATIC. Arizona Oeorge yf. T. Hunt . Arkansas Dr. Charles It. Brough. Colorado Julius C. Ounter. Florida W. V. Knott, Georgia Hugh M. Dorssy. Louisiana Baffin O. Pleasant (re elected). Missouri Frederick D, Gardner. Montana Sam V. SUwart (re elected). Nebraska Keith Neville. New Mexico B. C, Do Baca. North Carolina Thomas v W. Blckett Ohio James M. Cox. South Carolina Illchard,!. Man ning (re-elected). Tennesste Tom C. Bye (re-elected). Texas James E. Ferguson (re elected). Utah Simon Bamberger. Washington Ernest Lister (re elected). West Virginia John J. Cornwall. ' REPUBLICAN. Connecticut Marcus H. Holoomb (re-elected). Delaware John O. Townsend. Illinois Frank O.Jowden. Indiana James P. Goodrich. Iowa W. L. Harding. Kansas Arthur Capper (re-elected). ' Massachusetts Samuel W. McCall (re-elected). Michigan Albert E. Sleeper. Minnesota J. A. A. Burnau'lst (re elected). New Hampshire Henry W. JKeyes. New Jersey Walter E. Edge. New York-Charles S) Whitman (re-elected). Rhodo Island II. Livingston Beeckman (re-elected). South Dakota Peter Norbeck. Vermont Horace F. Graham. Wisconsin Emanuel L. Phltlpps (re-elected). HEADQUARTERS ARE BOTH STILL CHEERY . Confidence' Reigns at All the Politioal Organizations' Of fices Here Today. Other, and take alii returns as a mat ter of course. Disappointed. It Is true, over being "fooled'' Tuesday night, but still confident that their cnndl Htn will win. Thav ara busily d0P- T--- ---I .i ( a . - .J -. -T .. ...' a & aavAnaniA u.ai.ai . w mm. UU, 111 Wl."l .- .- -, i rat Ilk t Confidence that their candidate will win marks the spirit In the various party headquarters In the city today. Standing In circles, or seated, alt de vouring tho latest results as shown'ln !fte.wi2r&.?n1 Washington newspapers, the Republicans and Democrats seen al their respective headquarters today are keeDlnr "tnum, r.H .,,. u i. "A M " TTBv.,.U,lr WH4fc' A vades local rise or fall as bulletins "undeefdea Wef th el6C,l0n ln- lh" tense attitude of expectantoy per ei'laJi1.i,l,e gathering places of the I politicians, and their hopes either are received wo are going tp keep on fighting If ecicu, sata one lie and I will nght all Mr- Wilson la re-elected," said one publican woman, "and I will nghl ine naraer. I will fight against Mr. wiijon as i would nght for my nag. flt Is the same thing, anyhow." ' One Difference Seen. -One difference Is seen In tho atmos phere within two of tho Republican headquarters In the city. In tha Hughes Club, 1122 F street, there are only men this morning. In chairs tlltod against the wall, smoking cigars and reading the papers, their .comment Is "all checr- They laugh and Joke with one an- AS THE MEN VOTE SO GO THE WOMEN This is the Verdibt of Observers in Chicago on the Suffrage ' Vote. CHICAGO. Nov. 9. In tho nckle game of "How to handle the women," Illinois politicians today made two rules as they watched the returns or tne nrst Presi dential women's vote In Illinois, which Is larger than that of ell other suffrage States combined. First As the men vote, so go the women. Second Few fall to vote. Down-State flgurca arc Incomplete yet, but full Chicago returns show that In only four wards did the women's plu rality go different from the male choice, and In those by only small margins. Tho same ratio hold for down-State dis tricts. Although barred from voting on the governorship and other Important State officers, women polled 89 per cent of tholr registered Vote In Chi cago, only 3 per cent less than tho men with unlimited suffrage. Minor parties have ilttlo to expect from suffrage, figures Indicate. Pro hibition, Socialist, and' Socialist Labor candidates together recelred only S.000 of the 805,964 women's vote In Cook county. Illinois will pile up a woman'i vote of more than 750,000, estimates Indicate. Several Western States have suf frage for the first time this year, but the close Presidential race has ab sorbed attention. And little has been gathered from these States by suf frage leaders. NEURALGIA PAINS . YIELD QUICKLY Hundreds Find Sloan's Liniment Soothes Their Aches. HE IRE THE BLUE 0 ii UNCLE SI I! William A. Schwartz, a Soldier Boy of '61, Relates Inter esting Experience. The shooting tearing pains of neu ralgia and sciatica are quickly re lieved by the soothing external ap plication of Sloan's Liniment. Quiets the nerves, relieves the numbness feeling, and by its tonic effect on the nerve nnd muscular tis sue, gives immediate relief. Sloan's Liniment is cleaner and easier to use than mussy plasters and ointments and does not clog the pores. Just put it on it penetrates. Kills pain. You will find relief in it from rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, stiff neck, toothache, etc. For strains, sprains, bruises, black-and-blue spots Sloan's Liniment quickly reduces the pain. It's really a friend of the whole family. Your druggist sells it in 25c, 50c, and $1.00 bottles. Any person can be well, wholesome. vivacious, an successful, have a clear skin, strong brain, ftn(j perfect development. It Is the heritage of every one, and can be attained If Nature Is assisted In the proper way. The new herbal stomach remedy, Plant Juice, Is designed for Just that purpose to assist Nature. It Is a remedy that puts the stomach In per fect condition, thus acting directly on the btood, liver, and kidneys. Not a day passes but what testimo nials are received from wnll.unnwn local people, giving glowing accounts of how they have been restored to health. Only recently the following signed statement wns received from Mr. William A. Schwartz, who resides at the Soldiers' Home, In this city, and haB msnv friends and acquaint ances here. He said: "I have suffered from xtnmnrh rou ble, which took tho form of Indiges tion, for ten vears: was bloated with gas, and suffered agonv after eating. ine ko pressed i.e gas. pressed on mv heart, causlntr palpitation, and I wns so nervous and. restless I could never get a good ..rt a a.u. KUk OH UllU UU111U scarcely eat at all; I, had dizzy spells, caused by a deranged liver, and my kidneys bothered me a good deal; was badly constipated, and took all kinds of medicines, which only gave me temporary relief. I had read and heard a great deal about Plant Juice nnd the wonderful cures that had been effected by it, so I decided to get a bottle and see what It would, do for. mo. I, have now taUen It for some Ume, and can truthfully say that I nover felt better In my life. It Is certainly a wonderful medicine, and worked like a charm In mv case. I shall recommend It to all of my com rades." Such words as these and those of many others which have been printed, have wldo influence, for thev come from men of standing and Integrity, who have given Plant Juice a fair trial and have been greatly benefited. The Plant Julco Man Is at Thb Peo ple's Drug Storo, corner of 7th and E streets N, W., whero he Is dally meeting the local public, and Intro ducing and explaining tho merits of this remedy. Advt. QPl! Milllll 15 ' '. & tSje 7S Imbi mn. nsnnla ara dolnr. with Patter and pencil, and try to be aa fair as possible In their vlaw point. A marked difference la shorp In the Women's National Republican Club. Just across tha street from tna Hughes' Club. There is seen an air of marked tenseness and nervous ness today. But the main difference seems to bo that hera.ls a feeling of bitterness, and disappointment over the returns, to date. One woman said she couldn't understand how the re m,i. ihkt TtiiD-hes had won started Tunsdav nlsrht. And no one could enlighten her. , M . . She even went so far as to express a certain suspicion that there would be soma revelations by tha Depart ment of Justice after.thls election, by no means complimentary to certain parties. How They Felt "We were delighted Tuesday night. disappointed yesterday, ana noperui today" was tho way a woman at the Republican State committee of the District, In ,11 street, expressed the feeling of that organization today. The members and friends of the committee began early today to ar rive at tha rooms of tha club, there to await eagerly the returns. Hera la also found a rathor marked feaW Ing of confidence. . Tho Women's Wilson Union rcfoms at Fifteenth and F streets are crowd ed with men and women. Confidence runs high tier, and every bulletin favorable to Wilson Is greeted with cheors and a chorus of "I told you ao's," while messages proclaiming an advantage for Mr. Hughes are receiv ed In silence. Mother, Once a Convict. KANSAS CITV. Mo., Nov. 9.-"I know what prison Ue Is, and I don't want my boy to have' to go through what I did, He was only ten When f began my sen ttisk DlnNA tiM Its. 'ttaa Hat Vail jiivi wiiiva jiu naa iiut 4lu sj chance." . I Mrs. Molly StewaVt, made eloquaat ay I her years in the Kansas penitentiary I for tha murder, aa an accessory, of Mrs. I Frank Schneck and her two children at Centropolls, Kan., in 1908, submitted tha criminal court here for parolo for her eighteen-year-old son. He had been sentenced 'to serve three years In prison for stealing a motor, car. The parolo was granted. . STOPS BACKACH E IN FEW MITES Rub lumbago, pain, soreness, stiffness right out with "St. Jacobs Oil." ' When your back Is sore and lama or lumbago, sciatica or neuritis has you stlffcnod up. don't suffer! Get. a small trial bottle of old. honest "St. Jacobs OH" at any drug store, pour a little In your hand and rub It right Into the pain or ache, and by the time you. count fifty, the soreness and lamentsss Is gone. Don't Btay crippled! This soothing, penetrating oil takes the ache and Fain right out and ends the misery, t Is magical, yet absolutely harmless and doesn't burn or discolor the skin. Nothing else stops lumbago, sciatica and lame .back misery so promptly and surely. It never disappoints! Advt. Parker, Bridget & Co. OVERCOATS 15 20 Extra Vahie1lficen"a better Twenty" "THE best Over- coats we have ever produced to sell at $15 and $20. By selecting the materials, dictating the styles and supervising the tailoring, we put our indorsement behind these gar ments for extra and better values. Yon men find what you want at P-B's, and you find a real guarantee. Mzfe'u. KJML j - The Avenue at Ninth Mit 10uit(t mtxHt OUR WEEK-END FOOD NEWS! FLORIDA Thin Skinned ORANGES. 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