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THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
THE CAMPAIGN AS
Death and Injury Set High
Record in Political
NEW TOnK, Nov. .-With the close
ol the campaign tonight, old-tlmc poli
ticians were today discussing the win J.
up with feelings almost nkln to awe,
and wondering what was yet to come.
Never In the history of the United
States has fate seemed to play such a
part as It has In the contest now end
ing. Attempted assassination and death
have Interfered with the plans of the
leaders. The party In power goes be
fore the voters with only a single can
didate, the Vlco Presidential aspirant
having been rcmocd by) death only last
Removed by Illness.
In addition, many of the Congressional,
spirants have been kept out of the
campaign by Illness, whllo a number
have died as the result of the strenuous
battle they have been forced to make.
The two big tragic events, naturally,
have been the attempted murder of
Colonel Roosevelt, the Progressive Pres
idential candidate, and tho death of
Vice President James Schoolcraft Sher
man, Then, right on the very eve of
the election. Governor Wilson had al
most as narrow escape as had Colonel
Roosevelt, and today Is wearing a big
bald spot and several Inches of surgical
plaster over a scalp wound which might
Justly have been a fractured skull. As
'oJoscvelt was saved by his speech rind
Spectacle case, so Wilson was saved by
his heavy cap, which broke the force of
the blow when his head struck tho top
Iron of his auto with a heavy blow as
the car struck a bump In tho road.
But both candidates are In fine shape
for the wind-up, and while Itoosovclt
van to address the voters of Long
Island this afternoon and evening, Wll
Mn was telling his natlvo Jerseyltes how
to mark their ballots tomorrow.
Tho universal sorrow over the death
of Vice President Sherman) has not sub
sided, and his successor, who. It Is said,
will undoubtedly be Governor Hadlcy,
of Missouri, will not bo named until a
week alter election a over.
Of tho Congressional candidates who
have succumbed, two have dropped out
through death during the last week.
They were Congressman Connell of
Poughkcepblc, N. Y Democrat, and
Congressman Utter of Ithodc Island,
Republican. In addition, manv orators
were forced from the stump by Illness,
nnd tho campaign managers admitted
today that tho casualty list was the
greatest on record.
Capital Man to Share
In the Zappone Estate
'After a long and futllo search for
other heirs, tho Zappone estate. In Italy,
will now be divided among three broth
ers, one of them, Claudo A. Zappone,
living In Washington. A postcard ad
dressed "Mr. Zappone, U. 8. A.," which
was sent to nearly every largo postofflce
In the country, failed to bring out
other claimants, and was flnaly dcllv
ered to Mr. Zappone, of this city. The
brothers have come to the conclusni
that the missing heirs are dead.
"Tho Zappone estate In Italy," said
Mr. Zappone last night, "comprises
vast tracts of rich olive and wine lands.
Tho old castle stands today In as good
condition as when built centuries ugo.
Two brothers and mysell arc tho only
surviving heirs. For years wo have
carried on a diligent search for mem
bers of the Zappone branch of our fam
ily, as we have many important affairs
we desire to settle, and we don't care
to have alleged heirs arise In the future
and tie up the valuable cstato In petty
Secular League Hears
Lecture on "Electron"
The Secular League yesterday heard
Dr. James O. Stevenson, of this city,
describe the "electron," tho mlnuto
component of the atom, In an address
at Tythlan Temple. He traced tho
origin of life from Its highest forms
to Its lowest.
He demonstrated that molecules aro
composed of Htoma. and atoms of elec
trons, an atom of hjdrogon containing
707 electrons, and an atom of mercury
'J.GoO of them.
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ARY, I)COMOTIVB (Hie lecil and CUMIN ATIVK (cleaning up, "J out lira. " ''!
llody SYSTEMS, and Cl'UEa IJCOMOTOlt-ATAXIA. all formi I of I'AIIAIA SIB. Illlljli
MATI9M. HlliailT H DtrilSAflR. NEURASTHENIA. NERVOUS bXII.VUbTU.AhT I
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I.I. nf YIIIMl I'HVKKIAS. IT ("HI YOU BKCr iney ttll rill. Him ivu
are DENIED RELIKP from every other HOUP.CE.
All that I have said above regarding th' SERIOl'B AIUlIENTM of MANKIND npul es
with equal FOHCIS to the HERIOL'S AH.MUNTH or WOMAN, and 1 will add that with
this method of (MIRE there aro no dUeagreenWc. painful or offensive "aml?,lf.,i?,1?;!!;
treatments to submit to, ond relief an I CURES aro CERTAIN. And thai WITHOUT
DRUGS or DANOEROUS Ol'ERATION.
Thl. method or CURE, for the hCRIOl'S, CHRONIC and INCtmAni.H lm rail
AH.MENTH ot MANKIND, Is Indorsed an I RECOMMENDED by the highest MEpICAI.
AUTHORITY (In thla country and In Europe! and by PHYSICIANS of all SCHOOLS OP
1IEAL.1NU, an the onI SYSTEM (OK HEAI.INU) that la puerful enough lo overcome
tho changed structural conditions met with In CHRONIC DISEASES.
As PATIENTS have but little Interest In tho SCIENTIFIC PHASE of their All
HENT8 or any method that will restore THEM to HEALTH (what they want Is RI
BULT3). I will pass that very Important reality until OU call for CONSULTATION.
Within my FORTY-FIVE YEARS' experience, HUNDREDS of
HOPELESS INVALIDS Iiave-by this inethoi'.- -been RESTORED to
HEALTH after every other AGENCY HAD FAILED. INVALIDS
SHOULD INVESTIGATE. It may be the means of RECOVERING
TREATMENT AT YOUR HOME IF DESIRED.
BOOKLET, REFERENCES, INFORMATION AND
LADY ASSISTANT. HOURS, 10 A. M. TO 8 P. M., SUNDAY, 1 1 TO I
PROF. H. N. D. PARKER,
' .- 1022 9th St. N. W.
" Jt COME AND SEE ME IT WILL DO YOU GOOD.
The Times Theater Party to Cripples
Of Capital Gains Instant Support
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At tho rata that letters and telegrams
arc pouring Into the office of The Times,
It looks as though the big theater party
for the crippled children of Washington
was going to bo the biggest, grandest
thing that this old town has seen for
many, muny days. The Sunday Tmes
printed Miss Edith Taliaferro's letter to
Miss Murdock, In which the dainty
little actress who plays Rebecca In "Re
becca of Sunn brook Farm" asked her
to arrange a special matinee, for the
poor little unfortunate crippled children
of Washington, who never go to tho
In answer to the announcement
printed In The Sunday Times several
telegrams and a large number of letters
have already been reielved, and It looks
ns though every well-known Wushlng-
tonlau weie anxious to Join with t no
Times In making tho crippled children's
theater party a greut big, wonderful
Over Theater Party.
The following telegtam came from
New York this morning:
"Mis Julia Murdock,
"Dramatic Hdltor Washing! Jn Times,
Washington, U. C.
"Your article In The Tlnus has de
light d me. I have alvas wanted to
play to poor children who seldom have
thu ihance to get to tho theater, ever
since I began playing dear Uttlo Re
becca. My managers understood that
your request was merely for a section
of seats for some ol the crippled chil
dren of Washington, but when you sug
L'pHteri that we Klve a special perform
ance for nil the orphans that we could
get Into the theater we were delighted.
It will be a privilege and a pleasure tu
aid In making the Hvps nf a whole the
ater full of little unfortunates happier
If only for a single day. I am looking
forward with the deepest Interest to the
Beclal matinee, and I hopo that It will
be a tremendous success, the kind that
Washington people will lend their nld
to, In accordance with your plans.
Business Men Pledge
Aid in Planning Details.
This Is only the beginning. As soon
us It whs announced that Tho Times
Intended to give this theater parly, ap
plications were received from a nuni
ber of prominent business men who
wnnted to help In some way. So Mlsi
Murdock has decided to appoint a rum
mlttee who will assist her In gather
ing up the crippled children, and see
that they nic transported In safety to
tho Columbia Theater on the ufteinoon
of November 13
Thotc who have alreadj been appoint
ed to serve on tho comiiiltteo are Qui.
and Mrs John A. Johnston. Mr. and
Mrs. Cuno H. Rudolph. Mnjoi and Mrs.
William V. Judson, Mr. and Mrs. Oiorga
M. Ovster. Mr. and Mrs. A. Llsner, Mr.
and Mrs William F. dude, Mr. and
Mis. Frederick A. Walker. Mr and
Mrs. Frederick G. llcrRer. Mr. urn 1 ! is.
lunnc nans. Oliver C. Mctzcrott, I-iunlt
MeueroflMr. and Mrs. Simon Kunn.
an6Vnc,- oY'amomobllcs have been
nulckto respond !o !ho request for
2ars made yesterday In this morning s
mall tamo a note from S. Gassenhelmcr,
"Dear Miss Murdock:
"You can call upon mo for one large
sight seeing nutomopuo cqk" """
DOES IT ALL.
L.li n.l iiml.l. In nt.lnrM I 111" nuiH'M
From "Rebecca at Sunnybrook Farm."
the Institutions to take tho children to
jour thentcr party on November 13.
Motor Dealers Respond
By Offering Cars.
Among the automobile dealers who
have responded to the request are Clar
ence Ilarnard, who has offered a hand
some Rtoddurd-Da) ton limousine car for
Miss Taliaferro's personal use, W. II.
llarnhardt, one Everett, W. U. Haber
sham, one Htudehukcr, W. V. Long,
Kludebakrr; H C Smith, Overland, (I.
It. Cowle, Cole. L'lllott Hough, Prem
ier, Miller Druthers, l'onlj Marlon
Motor Car Company. Warren Motor
Hales C'ompaii) , Emerson & Ormc, Ap
person, J. C. Henderson, Wood's Elec
tric, llulck Motoi Company, A. Im filer
Companj. Speedwell, llenderson-Kowo
Auto Coinpanv, Pullman, A. L. Kline,
of the Will a Hi Hotel, tuxlrabs, uud tho
Teinilnal Taxlcub Company.
Others who have donated the use of
their ears aro Irvln S Itlttenhouxc,
of the Oenersl Haklng Company, Dr.
Watson Moffelt Mr. Mctzi-lott, Mr.
Guile and Captain 0etcr.
Array Officer Wants
To Help Children.
From the Armv nnd Na Club came
the following letter, which shows that
before the projert of giving the cripple
hlldren of Washington a theater party
Is twentv.four hours old, It Is attracting
"Army and Navy Club
"My Dear Miss Murdock:
'If thereUs an thing n JounR birhd
make a real
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You say "P. A." and wfmUk
Go right up to the counter, like you had been wise
a long spell, and say: "Give me some Prince Albert
and a flock of cigarette papers."
Stop in your tracks, roll up a cigarette and get a mouth
ful of cool, delicious P. A. smoke! Man alive! You've
hit the flavor, fragrance class ! You've hit real and true
smoke joy at last T
'marks the high spot in cigarettes as well as being king pin of jimmy pipe tobaccos.
gi.i!n' It's a double header fpr one admission !. Play it either
lor who loves children In general, and
Rebecca In particular, and Incidentally
is an old menu or miss laiinrcrro,
can do to help In nny way to make the
proposed matinee a success, he would
deem It nn especial privilege lo be
allowed to help.
"Cnptoln 15th II. S. Cavalry,
"Fort Mycr, Va."
Miss Murdock Wants
List of Little Guests.
Other letters have come, offering as
sistance In making Tho Times theater
party a great big success, and as then
Is much to be done between now nnd
November 13. Miss Murdock gratefully
accepts such offeis. With tho aid of
her commltte she Intends to have every
cilppled orphan In Washington In tho
Columbia Theoter on that date. After
ull of the unfortunuto little ones havo
been taken care of. It Is quite possible
that there will be room enough In the
Columbia Theater for several hundred
other little orphun girls between tho
uges of six and twelve years of age.
Miss Murdock would like to hear at
once from the matrons of ull the or
phan uslums In Washington and other
institutions, as well as any church or
ganizations who have crippled orphans
III their charge, telling her just exactly
how manv children will accept the in
vitation of Miss Taliaferro and The
Times to bo their guests at the matinee
of "Iiebocca of Sunnybrook Farm."
national joy smoke
jusi as ine mea nns you wnen you get r. a. nungry.
Here's hard facts : Prince Albert has doubled the number
of American pipe smokers, because the bite is cut out by
a patented process. And it's doing the same thing with
cigarette smokers, because it's freed 'em from the fast
running tfus-brands and re-brands. Catch the idea?
Buy P. A. everywhere tobacco is oH and lot$ of placet
where na other brand, it gold. It't alwayt at hand, no
matter where you are. In 5c toppy red bag$; 10c
tidy red tint and pound and half-pound humidon.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winslon-Salera, N. C.
WOMAN IS BURIED
IN CAPITAL TODAY
Mrs. Caroline M. Moran,
Seventy-five, Leaves Hus
band and Six Children.
HYATTSVILLE. Mil., Nov. -Fu
neral services for Mrs. Carollno M.
Moran, who died at her residence at the
corner of Wlno avenuo and Spcnccf
street, were held at 11 o'clock today.
Interment was at Glenvvood Cemetery,
Washington. Mrs. Moran vvsh scyenty
flvo years old, und Is survived by her
husband, Thomas II. Moran, and six
children, Mrs. Hugh F. Latimer, tho
Misses Nellie, Cora nnd Eva Moran, W.
Herman Moran, of tho United States
Secret Service, nnd Howard Moran,
treasurer of the Home Savings Hank of
John G. Sargent, of Washington, has
purchased through Marlon Duckett &
Sun twenty acres of iand In tho Ran
dall subdivision, formerly belonging to
Mrs. Grace Galloway. Tho property Is
on the line of tho Washington, Haiti-
more nnd Annapolis electric railway
and the new owner will Improve It and
mnko It his home. Miss Mary WJiltcle
and others, of East Hyattsvillv, have
purchased through the same agents
twenty acres of land on the Edmonston
road. Just above Dladcnsburg, from Mrs.
Florence A. Allen, owner of tho Palo
Alto House In Illadensburg. The new
owners will subdivide the property und
hulld several houses Uhii It. Mrs.
Kitty II. Wilson, of Washington, hus
purchased from Robeit II. Griffin a
house and sevi n acres In Springfield,
this county.. Mrs. Wilson will shortly
occupy tho property ns her residence.
The football team representing the
Georgetown Tabulating Company nnd
tho local eleven were scheduled to play
here yesterday afternoon, but Mayor
Harry W. Shepherd let It be known that
should any attempt be mado to play
both teams would be put under arrest.
1'ntll this announcement It had not been
known to the managemmt of tho local
eleven thnt there Is a town- ordinance
against Sunday placing
Action Is Upheld
Associate Jusllco Robb. of the Dis
trict Court of Appeals, today handed
down a decision sustaining the Judg
ment of the lower court In awarding
17,000 damages to John D. Wilson, a
uirpcntcr. In his suit ngulust the
Ihompson-Stoirett t'nmpnii) ror In
juries received b a fall Irom a ladder
whllo working on a new building nn the
Naval Hospital grounds on 1'cbruary
The slnglo question presented to tho
rpier court was whether there was suf
ficient evidence ndduced at the trial to
submit the cose fo" tin Jury The con
struction company urged at the trial
that the court direct a verdict for the
ITS YOUNG TALENT
Concert by Children Warmly Re
ceived at Society's
Plaudits are still ringing today In the
ears of the children musicians who en
tertained last night at the "Young
Talent" concert given by tho Washing
ton Saengerbuud, at Its home, 314 C
street northwest Every child that par
ticipated In the concert, which was
mado up of vocal and Instrumental num
bers, came In for Ills or her Individual
quota or pralso for the manW In which
their respective parts were rendered.
Miss Marlon Vouko opened the concert
with a violin solo, with Masters A.
Cllffo, W. W. Klrby, H. Donch. and
Miss Emma Roesich at the piano. A
feature of tho program was the violin
solos of Miss Ruth Uronson. Other
ohlldrcn who took part were Master
Wilbur Stein, Miss Charlotte Wolf, Miss
Henrietta Gumprecht, Miss Augustta
Blaun, and Master A. Kamlnsky.
Tho Saengerbund will give Its second
musicals on November 17.
Capital and Labor
A clash ,btween capital and labor
which will result In a vast Industrial
conflict, wan predicted by H. Clay
Drocknell, of New York, In an address
at Masonic Temple yesterday under the
auspices of the International Bible Stu
Ho said that the breach between the
two elements of society was Irreparable,
and that tho present day ills of the
body politic could be cured only In a
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"Civil Service" was tho topic of for
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of the Youn? Men's Christian Asso
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as a part of his duti as a Christian
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Complete outtit which Includes Inhaler
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