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THE WASHINGTON, HERALD. MONDAY.: OCTOBER 7. 1912.
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Hbj SL MM InBSaaQFWMMI Ml. E.
. Gin Vgtts to TStHmUs av,W Coatasl.
"Doughoregan Manor," tacestral
Mansion; Benovated for Use
OLD 8EEVITORS TO ASSEMBLE
AND GBEET HOME-COMERS
Architecture of By-gone Days Will
Harmonize with Old Eng
Baltimore. Md . Oct. 6. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Carroll and their son. Charles'
Barcroft Car-oil. will arrive at Dough
oregan Manor, the estate of Mr. Carroll's
ancestors, where, after having lived for
many jears in Paris, they will make
their future home, on Tuesday evening.
Charles H. Rhine, manager of Dough
oregan. has Jus; received word to Mil
effect from New York, where Mr. Cir
roll and his family have been since the
Lusltania docked lat Friday. No for
malities will mark the home-coming of
the family, although the sen ants will be
assembled in a body to welcome them,
and it is likely that a number of the
relatives nnd friends who lhe near by
will be on hand or "Will call i-liortly afttr
their arrival for the same purpose.
Renovating Old Mansion.
Ever since last January the manor
house, which was built by the Charles
Carroll who was one of the signers of
the Declaration of Independence, has
been In the hands of iarpenter and
decorators, and boihv residence and
grounds have received a thorough Im
provement and renovation. The manor
was occupied by Gov. John t-ee Carroll
up uptil the time of his death a few
jp.ira ago and, while It has never been
actually vacated or allowed to fall Into
a bad state of repair, many things had
become necessary to make it meet mod
ern ideas concerning convenience and
t.ppe.irance. A new heating plant has
been installed along with the latest con
trivances In the way of plumbing and
lighting fixtures and the entire interior
has been transformed by the carrjing
out of an exquisite decorative scheme
that instead of robbing the ancient
mansion, which Is Known as one of the
finest examples of colonial architecture
still standing, of its character and at
mosphere, has tended to emphasize It.
3Iore Work to Be Done.
A considerable portion of the interior
work is awaiting the arrival of Mr. and
Mrs. Carroll for its final completion, al
though sufficient has been done to Indi
cate the charm and beauty of the place
wlen everj thing Is finished. A number
cf sleeping chambers have been hung In
cretonnes, dainty In design and color,
that, like other parts of the decorative
scheme, will form an admirable setting
for the old English furniture that Mr.
and Mrs. Carroll brought from Paris
with them. While most of the original
furniture of Doughoregan has been
scattered through different branches
of the family, the .ippointments that
will take Its place include pieces, espe
cially those of the Sheraton and Heppel
white makes, fuljy as rare and valuable.
borne difficulty is being experienced In
connection with getting Mr. Carroll's big
French automobile out of lhe customs
house. It was sent over as a "house
hold effect." upon which no duty is nec-
ei-sary; but after looking Into the leg.il
arpect of the matter Frank H. Shallus,
custom-house broker, decided that It
could not be admitted free.
No (tBrace Built.
Mr. Rhine has made several visits to
the customs officers, with the intention
of having the machine removed to
Doughoregan Manor, but upon learning
Mr. Shallus' final decision he said that
nothing: would be done until Mr Carroll
'had reached Tiere or- until he sent some
definite Instructions telling him v hat to
No garage has jet been built at the
manor, and imtll one is put up, the motor
will be kept in one of the outbuildings
Mr. Carroll Is also Importing three Per
chercn horses for breeding purposes: the
Percheron is a draft horse, and those
that are being brought over from the
Carroll stock farm In Normandy are de
clared to be splendid specimens The
shipment is in charge of a French host-
iler. and Is expected to reach New York
on one or the American Transport steam
ers earl this week.
It is not thought that the Carroll, will
live at Doughoregan the year roundt as
they have made arrangements for keep
ing the establishment that they have for
so long maintained In the Faubourg St.
Germain. Paris. During their residence
in France Mr. and Mrs. Carroll and their
son occupied a foremost position among
Americans living abroad.
Says Bryan Will Be
If Gov. Wilson Wins
Vlncennes. Ind , Oct 6. William J.
Bryan will be the next Attorney General
of the United States. This was the pre
diction made to-day by Senator-elect Ol
lie James of Kentucky at the opening of
the Democratic campaign here.
This Is the first time Brjan has been
mentioned as the possible trust-buster of
the confidently expected Wilson adminis
tration. James spoke to 500 persons from a plat
form erected on a wing of the Knox
County courthouse. He was Intro
duced by Representative William A. Cul
lop and for an hour and fifteen minutes
excoriated the records of Taft and
Roosevelt. Roosevelt was denounced as
a trust builder.
"Taft Is left-handed in both hands."
said James. "He has furnished the most
melancholy administration In the history
of the American people. He is the only
President of this great republic that
ever vetoed a bill that cheapened clothes
to the shivering poor."
Queen Victoria's collection of lace Is
said to have been worth about JW0.000.
The Princess of Wales owns $250,000
worth of lace, and the ex-Empress Eu
genie has a splendid collection. But that
of Leo XIII surpasses them all, being
valuta ai almost 3l.uw.uw.
INDIAN TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Darius foctr rears hat teen told to tobieco nwn ..
a poutire rciMdy for tobacco habits. Thna it fcj
brrn tbcmishlr tried, and tboutands cf thoaa to
bare iuol it ai directed hate aUeited ita merit and
wcrth aa a tctaccD antidote. It eliminates th
nicotfbe from the tobacco mer. antem. atactica hli
nerm and restore, hi. mental and bfaraical vicnr
A real eridrnce of Ita efflcacjr In anUdotins the erar
Ing for tobacco ia tne fact that man? jeara retail
droarista bars ordered It br dozena cif bcxes and
wholovue dmcrUta br cronea. and (till are o dotae:
The? know. ami affirm that In th. aMfi. .?
ttoc-roiaoncd tobacco out it jirea certain reifef re
newed aitalitr. and health, frolr. it it tho oldeat
brat, and anrtft rrmedr for tobacco bablta: aim s,
the cneareat. It. rriee being SO cent, a bnx. deltTered
br droaxirti or mailed. It contabu nothing injoriona
and i guaranteed tinder the food and lniga Act rrf
June jf ISIS, berlal 1 So. 3K. it ia oinXl. auura
factnred. and aarrUed by th.
W. TWETTE TKHCM CME CI., WC.
SU'Uraat (lace, Calcaur. UlfaMta.
SUES FOR BEEACH OF P10MISE.
Indianapolis filacer Ask. SBOO.OOO
- or Carl a. Flafcer.
Indianapolis. Ind., Oct. C Gertrude TV.
Hessler. well known as a vocalist In In
d'anapolls, has brought suit for 1500.000
damages against Carl G. Fisher, presi
dent of the Prestollte Company, alleg
ing that Fisher promised to marry her
and failed to do so.
Miss Hessler became acquainted with
Mr. Fisher In 1901. ' The plaintiff says
she made S3 a week at singing up to
the time she met the defendant. Then
it is alleged, Mr. Fisher requested her
to give up her singing. Miss Hessler
says the defendant persuaded her and
her mother to go to New Tork when he
went, there to establish a branch office,
and that they stayed In New Tork about
The plaintiff estimates Mr. Fisher's
fortune at J2.000.000. She charges that
after the defendant married he said he
would give her 15,000. 100 a month as
long as she lived, and would bequeath
nei at least kviw in nis will.
WITH MR. BRYAN
Leaders Discuss Methods of
Campaign in States Claimed
DETAILS NOT 60NE INTO
Commoner Refuses to Concede Any
Territory to Mr. Taft or
Lincoln. Neb. Oct. 6 Gov. Wilson and
William Jennings lirvan were at confer
ence until late last night and again this
morning at Falrview, Col. Brian's home,
as to the method of campaign to be pur
sued in the Mountain States. Gov. WII
fon said this morning that he and Mr.
Brvan did not go Into details, but merely
discussed the necessity of giving more
attention to the territory In which CoL
Roosevelt is supposed to enjoy his great
"We have not had time to go Into the
matter very thoroughly," tald the Gov
ernor. "We remained up until late last
night and agreed upon a method of
handling the Mountain States. That Is
as far as we got."
The Governor was delighted with his
reception in Nebraska, and especially In
"I think the demonstration In Lincoln
was very remarkable, very delightful.'
he said. "I have had a splendid time,
especially with Mr. Bryan."
Thirteen Still Stay. Near.
The candidate called attention to the
fact that his lucky number, thirteen,
continues to follow him. He delivered
thirteen speeches esterday. was as
signed to room 113 In the Llndell House,
which is on Thirteenth Street, and de
livered his first speech in Lincoln at the
auditorium, which is also In Thirteenth
"Thlrteens have followed me all my
life." he said.
The candidate djes not think It will be
possible for him to go to the Pacific
"However." he said, "we are keeping
open the last two and a half weeks of
the campalgn'and I do not know what
use the campaign committee will make
of them I fct out to make 'trips In
this campaign, but committees have been
insisting on turning them Into tours.
You know we made a very fine distinc
tion between trips and tours earlv In the
campaign and decided In favor of trips.
Mnkr-ft No Concession.
The governor and his host attended ser
vice at the Westminster PTesbvterlan
Church this morning. It was after they
returned from church they received at
Falrview the newspaper correspondents
traveling with Gov Wil.on Bryan
was asked what he thought of the situa
tion In the West.
"I wouldn't concede any of the Wes
tern Stafes to either Taft or Roosevelt."
he replied. "I wouldn't pick out any
state and concede It to either one of
them, not even In California."
"What State do ou think Roosevelt
will be most likel to carry?"
"I do not care to say which State he
would bo most likely to carry, because,
as I have said. I would not con'ede any
State to him."
"What do you think of President Taft's
"I put both Roosevelt and Taft In the
same class. They may tie for second
"Gov. Wilson Is gaining strength so
rapidly from both sides that h Is cer
tain of election by an overwhelming
Bryan in Start o Work.
Mr. Bryan said he himself would get
Into the campaign in a vigorous manner,
making his start to-morrow and covering
South Dakota, North Dakota. Minnesota,
Mr. Brjan's attention was called to
the fact that several local newspapers
have been speculating as to what posi
tion In the J'resident's Cabinet he will
select "When Woodrow Wilson is
"They haven't so much of Importance
to discuss as I have." he said. "Of
course, the Governor and I didn't dis
cuss the Cabinet."
"What effect are the disclosures be
fore the Clapp Investigating committee
hiving?" he was asked.
"They "are being discussed a treat
deal, l think tney are making this Im
pression: People have not been fully
Informed of the methods employed by
"political organizations and the special
groups of individuals they have to fight.
These investigations are bringing to
light the details of these peculiar meth
ods employed to defeat the will of the
reople and the manner In which special
privilege has always forfeited Itself."
Gov. Wilson's special car left here at
3:15 this afternoon for Denver, where the
candidate is due to arrive at 5:13 to
morrow afternoon. Several speeches
will be made en route.
An Italian who kept a fruit stand was
much annoyed by possible customers who
made a practice of handling the fruit
and pinching it, thereby leaving It soft.
ened and often spoiled. Exasperated be
yond enaurance, ne nnally put up
sign, which" read:
'If you must pinch da fruit plncha
The population of the Russian empire
grows j early by i,50n,ooo.-"
- It Is the custom In "New Orleans for
shopkeepesaj to present' their customers
with a gratuity In the shape of a handful
of confectionery or other trrlllnr rf.n.
caev..Thls ta termed' Iantiaooe tlanraD).
NINE KILLED IN
CRASH OF AUTOS
Three Cars Collide in. Philadelphia
and One Falls Forty Feet to
' Railroad Tracks.
ALL ABE QUAKER CUT KEN
Philadelphia, Pa.. Oct . Nine persona
are dead as a result of the terrific col
lision between three automobiles early
to-day on the edge of Falrmount Park.
One of the cars, which Is reported to
have been running at high speed struck
another car which was hurled against a
third. The "wild" car containing six
men crashed through a railing on a
bridge and fell forty feet, killing all Its
occupants. Three other men In the sec
ond car also met death by the force of
The dead: Robert A. Boyd. Edward
Shaw. jr.. Daniel Wilkes, William II.
Lawrence, Gordon H. Miller. Leon
Nevln, Jesse Holmes, Robert Glfel.
Ernest Schoficld. All are residents of
The accident took place at Thirty
third and Thompson Streets, Just out
side of Fairmont Park. The park, which
is one of the largest In the country. Is
noted for Its beautiful drives, nnd all
day and night strings of motor cars are
passing along some of the roadwajs.
Charlos J. Spade, who escaped unin
jured from the crash except for alight
cuts and brulsts. declared that his car
had Just come out of the park and was
crossing Thompson Street at Thirty
third, when another car, seemingly run
ning wild, came flying up out of the
darkness and crashed Into his car be
fore he could avoid it.
Falls Forty Fret.
Then the wild car, which It was lat
er learned belonged to Edward Shaw,
of 1310 Morris Street, swung around by
the force of the Impact, plunged across
the sidewalk through a guard rail on
the edge of the street to the Pennsyl
vania Railroad tracks, forty feet be
low. This car was a total wreck and
ever man in It was killed. Two men
In the Spade car were killed Instantly,
and another was so badly injured that
he died In a short time. When the Shaw
car struck Spade's machine the litter
was hurled backward and Into a third
automobile, which was passing in
Thompson Street. This car seems to
have escaped without any serious in-
Jury, for It made off in the darkness.
The crash of the three automobiles, the
splintering of wood, as the Shaw car
plunged through the guard rail to the
tracks, and the cries of the occupants
of the cars aroused residents for
Other cars that came out of the park
stopped at once. Three men were pick
ed up and put Into one of these cars,
which was started at full speed to the
German Hospital, more than a mile
A track walker on the Pennsylvania
Railroad below, who had discovered the
wreck of the Shaw car on the rails,
and who heard the excited cries of the
persons In the street, made his way up
and led the police down to the rail
road. Here they found another auto
mobile completely wrecked, with six
dead, the bodies being caught In the
wreckage or lying within a few feet
T. I TO MAKE
Plans to Visit Every State Lyinpr
Between Hudson and Missis
TAFT ORATORS ON THE TRAIL
Ojater Bay. N. Y.. Oct. 6 A spirited
campaign to conrier the Middle West
will be started by Col. Roosevelt when
he leaves to-morrow on a seventeen
dajs' stumping tour. During that swing,
the importance of which will be equal to
that of his month's trip through the Far
West and South, the colonel Is to touch
nearly every State Ijlng between the
Hudson and Mississippi Rivers.
The electoral votes of the States to be
invaded by the third party candidate
will be even greater than those of the
entire array of States he traversed in Ills
long dash Just ended. In his brisk run,
Roosevelt will go Into Michigan, Minne
sota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana. Ken
tucky. Ohio, Pennsjlvanla. Maryland,
and New Jersey. When the colonel gets
back from his Middle Western tour, lie
will be In a fair position to know what
hi. ultimate prospects arc of landing In
the White House next March. Ad he
sees It now. he may carry the majority
of the States on his Itinerary. Senator
Dixon, who. Wilth other Bull Moose lead
ers, conferred with Roosevelt to-day,
told the colonel that he seems likely to
win Minnesota. Illinois, and Pennsyl
vania, and that his chances In Michigan,
Indiana, and Maryland are even.
As to Ohio, the optimistic manager of
the colonel's campaign expresses no dif
ference of opinion. Ohio according to all
reports that have reached the former
President seems inclined to Wilson. If
the colonel makes out as well In the West
Dixon and his advisers believe, he
will, Roosevelt counts on the electoral
votes of at least being so divided that
the election will be thrown Into Con
Hopes for Election.
If he succeeds In winning the West,
breaks into the East with Pennsjlvanla.
and can annex another Important East
ern State, Roosevelt figures he will be
Roosevelt's managers learned to-day
that the Renubllcan National rvimmltt.
Intends sending a fleet of orators after!
him, to go a day late, over precisely the
I same ground a the former President I
rcovers In his Middle Westren lilnr.
On board the Taft party's train. It was
reported, will be Adam Bode. Congress
man of Minnesota, and John Harlan,
son of the late Supreme Court Justice.
who followed Roosevelt on tho swing
around the circle and attacked him at
every stop. Because of this Insistent
barking at the heels, the colonel advised
his managers not to reveal' the full Itin
erary of his trip. He wants the TafL
forces to keep guessing where he Is to
appear. So only the principal stops have
been announced and only a few of them
in the Itinerary given out by the
Rcosevelt managers, .
The "colonel stumps Michigan first and
then goes Into Mlnrassotand from there
steeling along Into Wisconsin. Indiana,
Kentucky. Ohio, ahd Pennsylvania.
'While the colonel is booked to make at
least thirty speeches on the trip, only
half a dozen have been finally an
nounced al this part of the plot to keep
the Taft camp In Ignorance.
For the use of campers there has been
patented .a metal hand.jSarrylng sev
eral clothing hooks wh'ch can be strapped
to a tent tiole or small tree. ;
Special Sale This Week
54 and 56 Inch All-Wool, Superior Quality, , .
Mannish Serges for .Ladies' Tailored
Suits at Amazing Prices.
Regular Price . . $1.50. On Sale . . . $1.19.
Regular Price . . $2.00. On Sale . . . $1.59..
Regular Price . . $2.50. ' On Sale . . . $1.89.
Regular Price . . $3.00. On Sale . . $2.49.
All Goods Purchased Here Will Be Sponged Free of Charge.
A People's Government by the People
District of Columbia. Office of the Dem
ocratic National Committee of the
' I'nited States. No D09 Rlggs Build
ing. Washington. D. ".
The Finance Committee for the District of Colura ia. appointed by
the Democratic National Committee, invites subscriptions to the Wilson
and Marshall campaign fund from all persons, without regard to former
Folltlcal affiliations, who desire the election of the Democratic candidates
or the offices of President and Wlce President of the I'nited States.
Subscriptions may be sent to William V. Cox. treasurer, at this office.
No. ."03 Rlggs Building, either directly or through any club or association,
or. If preferred, they may be sent directly to Rolla Wells, treasurer of the
Democratic National Committee. Fifth Avenue Building. New York City.
All subscriptions sent by or through any organization will be credited
to It. and to every Individual subscribing, whether directly or through an
organization, and no matter what the amount of his subscription, will be
sent, personally, a handsomely engraved receipt signed by the treasurer
and other officers of the National Committee.
The present stage of the campaign Is such that all subscription, pos
sible are needed and earnestlv- requested, and that HE WILL. GIVE
TWICE WHO GIVES QUICKLY. ,
E. SOUTH IRD riRKKR, Chairman.
WILLI IM . COX. Trrasnrer.
CllKt.Ki A. DOUGLAS !erretarv.
JOHN F. COVTKLI.O. a!lonal Committeeman.
Finance Committee for the District of Columbia.
By order of the Democratic National Committee:
WILLIAM G. McADOO. Acting Chairman.
HENRY MORGENTHAC. Chairman Finan-e Committee.
Develop Your Bust in 15 Days
4 Full Firm Bust Is
Worth More to a
Woman than Beauty
I don't care how thin you are.
how old you are. how fallen and
flaccid are the lines of your figure,
or how flat your chest Is. I can
give you a full, firm, vouthfulbust
quickly, that will be the envv
of your, fellow-women and will
give you the allurements of a
perfect womanhood that will b
irresistible. They say there Is
nothing new under the sun. but
I have perfected a
treatment that I want
to share with mv sisters.
What It did for me It can an
will do for yon. and I now offer It
to you. Others offer to build us
your figure with drugs, greasy
skin foods, creams, dieting, mas
sage, and expensive Instruments
and devices. I have done away
,wltk all these Injurious methods
and have given a legion of wom
en a luxjirlant natural develop
ment by a treatment never before
offered the public No massaging,
nothing to take, nothing to wear.
I was skinny, scrawny. Bat.
and unattractive. Now 1
elatsa to be the highest
nrteed artist's model In the
United States, nnd what I did
far myself I do for yon.
I don't care what your age may
be, I ask only that you be at least
sixteen and not an Invalid, and I
will undertake to develop your
bust In two weeks. All I 'ask Is
five or ten minutes of your time
Writi to Ms To-day ftvr My TnatmRt
It will only east yon a neaar for a noateard and I Will mall yam
tala wonderful Information la n slain caver ao that aa one will
know your secret.
Dont let s falsa prlda and atlly asms atahuM kaap yon from eajorlni to the full 0
chanm yea ahoald hare to b. a perfect speamca of womanhood. Let ne hels yon. Ton eonv
awnicsrJon shall b. bald is ahaohitt confldmes and aacrccr. Writ. m. to-dir.
ELOISE RAT. 13X5 Michisn Avsnus, Suits 1116. CHICAGO. ILL.
SUES HUNGER FOR DIV0BCE.
Hot Springs. Ark., Oct. 6L Emma
l'Hommedleu, wife of Steve l'Hom
medleu. the famous "blond plunger,"
well known In racing circles of this
country, to-day filed an application for
divorce here. She charges desertion, and
rays l'Hommedleu Is a race follower
and rover. Therefore she asks custody
of their thirteen-year-old son. She
states there are no property Interests for
attention lnthe event the application Is
The Argentine national health depart
ment has posted signs along the principal
streets of Buenos Aires telling what an
imals and Insects should be avoided, to
the "dangers of Infectious diseases.
We aire Herald S3S.0O0 contest votes..
Develop Bust Hiw Way
INDIAN TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Durim forty years ha bren tclcl to ttcco iaer
u lvitit- rrmfdr Ir r tobacco hfcit, iho ftb-s
been thcroushljr twU. and thm-i f -bos -no
bare iara it a iiafwfH hua -.tt.ct.i .- .
and orth aa a tobacco antidote It eliminate the
mcuiinc ircm me icicri turt f;iem. ateadle
yior. A real ertrlmcc of its rircy in antklotin&r
me mure inr tobacco is the fact that for many
sear retail dntcHuia hate ordered It br dozena of
IXiXei. aPU VrlWex,! If iH'rPila hv rmnui a twt
lm il-ii?.-411-. TbeT ;. aid Rltrm list to
the detUHated. iicotfnr-rriaHd tobacco ncr it
fuea certain relief rrneaM vitality. nd health.
TrnlT. it li the oltWt. brat, ard Tret reraedr
for toNcco tiahlts. also h the cheapest, its priee
hrtnaT SO rvnt. twr Ia.1Usn-am k elntawiil.
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