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TIME ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
THURSDAY. JULY 30. 1908.
UP FOR GOVERNOR
G. W. McCaskrin Nominated by
Hearst Party in Connection
With Full Ticket.;
of the great state of Lincoln, Grant
and Douglas Illinois."
THE WEATHER. l
DEFENDANT DOES NOT
HAVE TO TESTIFY
Cooler, -with probably local thuader
Judge Boilinger Rules Contrary
Mulct Law Which Conflicts Witn
Inform toDiKhi; fair ana cooler i nanr. ?
J. M. 811ERIER, Local Foreeaete.
Temperature at 7 a. m, 73 at Si30l
STATE PLATFORM ADOPTED M- """- " "
IZ4 bourn, us. minimum, 71. velocity I
wind at 7 a. m., 1 mile per hour.' Staite
Promises Women Equal Suffrage it water, 7.7 feet, a (ail of a foot la lat
Event of Success Rap Aimed
at the New Primary Law.
1 24 .bourn. Precipitation, none.
'Height Change Rain I
Chicago, July 30. The Independ. I . r
ence party yesterday afternoon, after I feet
the national committee had organized, 1st. Paul 7.1
met and nominated the following I Red Wing 5.3
state ticket: " Reed's Landing.. 5.3
. . La Crosse t.7
W. McCaskrin, ru,n - ,
I SMI IV. U
aud get "t lie most 'from 'them, 'or you
can repel them and suffer actual dam
age from having cotne In contact with
them, or you may take a . middle
course, as tnany business men do, and
drift along in a purely negative mad-
Looking at business in this light, It
is apparent that the underlying ele
ment which contributes most to the
Judee Bollinger in the district court
line tn OdQ In tVia no-oraanfa fa tha n r
in Davenport today In oNie of the sa- ftf nmllng the Tlt, po,nt8 of humau
loon injunction cases gave a ruling pontct that Bet ,n motIon tnPS(i
which is of great interest to attorneys
in Iowa. The court held that notwlth: stamped pon Tour buslness.-Edward
standing the tact uiat me tuwa u.un... Paysoa natch In System
law provides tnat, no lmmuuuj uumi
testifying shall be granted the defend- -
tnt. a man can- not be compeiiea io
testify In a mauner to incriminate
himself. The judge - reverses a deci
report hours Fion ne gave ln a previous case, when
Hints to Landlubbers Who Want ta
Do the Proper Thing.
As you pass over the ship's side and
ou are a man touch
point is euiismnrieu B.u,,ua " Vour hat In salute t th fine. Th. nf-
the law unconstitutional, accormng - f represents the
some attorneys. The case being heard q n
is that against Leonard Smith of wJ!, tulg sa,ute
Princeton. Mr. Smith was asked If he 8Qy ..downsta,rs.. or ..up8taIrgr
had ever violated me mu w. " There are no stairs on board ship-
Lieutenant governor-C. E. Beach, Le Claire . . .
Paxton. Slowly falling stages will continue m ciailEed the constitutional right, audi - . '
e Mississippi from below Dubuque to was granted it by the court. All of d k '
tile witnesses in tne case are umuB
State treasurer T.onm it. Tlamliure the
. , I Muscatine.
Auditor of public accounts F. T.
Attorney general Anderson B. Gar
rett, East St. Iuls.
Clerk supreme court James P.
University trustees Mrs. Elizabeth
Kirkpatrick. Chicago; Mrs. Winifred
Godleigh, Juliet, and Dr. Willis C.
Taylor Kudorneil for Senator,
The state convention
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster. Ipxemined today
July 30 In History.
1T1S William Penn died; born Oct. 14,
1750 John Sebastian Bach, musical
composer, died; bom 1085.
183 Bismarck, ex-chancellor of the
German empire, died; bom 1814.
v Sua sets 7:13; rises 4:51; moon sets
8:55 p. m.: moon's age, 3 days; sun's
adopted a declination today. 13 degrees Jl min-
piatform and endorsed Dr. Howard S. lutes north of celestial equator.
Taylor, of Chicago for' United States
Wind 50-Miles an Hour Off Cape Hat
teras, with Heavy Rain and
Dense . Fog.
Looking forward that is, toward the
bow the right hand is "starboard,'
the left hand "port." ftverytblng on
board ship Is starboard or port, except
with reference to n gun. where "right
V T AtiTIP PflflQTI and "left" are used as on shore, the
Ml unii i iv v vnw belne movablo
Keep clear of the starboard side 02
the quarter deck, Tlie quarter deck Is
the after or rear end of the upper
deck. Its starboard side is sacred ter
ritory, to be used by the admiral, the
captain, the officer of the deck, other
Norfolk Va. July 30. A West In- officers and men when there on duty
dian storm, is now sweeping tne At- ana omcwi visitors.
lantlc coast and had at noon today Never peep Into the officers private
reached Hatteras on the Carolina quarters. They are no more to be en
coast, with a wind velocity of 50 miles tered into than any private citizen's
an hour. - At Cape Henry there was bedroom. They can be entered only
a maximum wtnd velocity of 3C miles upon invitation.
an hour with heavy rain and a dense Keep your hands off the bright brass
f0K - , I work, tne poiisnea guns ana tue clean
paint woi'K. ueinemuer tnat jacK tax
HOWFR TROPHY TO PIERCE hs to Put ln uarl ,abor every daT
Keeping mese cieau. uu uui iiicreus
Clifton'a Runabout Takes Prize After his work.
Hard Run to Bedford Springs. ! not expectorate on . me uecwi.
Bedford Springs, Pa., July 30. The . . . ' ,,,,...
. . , , I uui wet cr
Ulie usauciuuuu l-auic iu a uc xt0 ,1ranm nf tinr,tnr. o mnn rH
last night, when the two Great Arrow . . t f. . . . .
i i , . . i . . . i ..iwil. -j. uuiuiuaj is iuc mai ua y I , . , . . . .i, ir.n. 1 1
iiiiiia.iivu anu rfiBifiiuuiii. i runaooms in ine cuuiesi mr iue nunci fl..nti . th ontnrfnln.
o i. n . .t... I Tnmorrnw Is the lact ilav tho oi-aai . , . , I "J w. ' "
man iiuiii unite 01 imwuruiy swvi - ' - "--- tropny reponea nere, aione auu wmi mant ho ir!vi von Ment'.war'a mm
arts. j uiy clearing saie, xoung a Mcuomns. no contestants. ' The Premier, which r r.
cquai sunrage 10 women, a provi- toun nave 10 nurry. aaturuay is Tuesday broke us axie was our, ana t)n ti narv Ina i.riilo
imiivu uunu u mr iianuuai uiii-iuit wotuaj ui l.iuju a iiubiiia uul saie. line siouaara-uMyiuus wnuurew jtsiei-i Xever take a lady up or down aa
VfnilOn. I To If rail B, TV.nonn A t!lfl;!V marnillfir. Th Oreat ArrOWS. drlV- t nn.ln.nJ" ll.Maf If a lmmn,lael
- " UUUII OlUll UU JUKI V1U I w ' k. . 1 . tiiutil . . .v " .'....."V.v k)i
eiecuon oi state rauroau anu ware- and furnace work, 1316 Third avenue. by Edward RetUing and John Wil- for the lady. "Dressed" ladders have
use commissioners. Cut vrlcea n m'usim underwear and Hams, added one day to the score, and flags or canvas spread beneath them.
commission 10 control under civil ai,iP .aiala t vv . mi,0. came through in record time. "Undressed" ladders have no sucb
service employes of penal, reforma- clearln , . . ,. screens.
Tt-V Q nf nnrlT!l hlr. ItlCt It llTIAIIo I I . . . . M I . . .. . . ....
Vnn chmii i k t a a I Misnap ueiays American car. i upon leaving ; ine snip saiuie ine nap,
uu, a"u I t,1c Tl., -n T1,Q Imorlon In Int. nnnn mtilnir ol.nnnl -S-in Prnn.
u.ui.c, .1 i...BUia KUW wie, nua p . hrnlro I risen Newa Tetter.
I uuwn near nanuvt'i. -auui uiii itr-
Down, down, down go the prices at nnrtR reived here; and Is making A IMATIfsNAr INVPMTfiRY.
j i r a i swiM's bm w mm w
i.ioyas closing out sale, aaturuay IS Rlnw tma on Its wav to Paris. It is
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I M. J eaik II
l A SPRUYtfiCWI
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This map will show the various coal
mines in Illinois from which we han
dle coaf and should convince all con
sumers that we can furnish the Qual
ity and Quantity at satisfactory prices.
2 Yards in
Rock Island Yards and
Offices Corner 3d Ave.
and 24th street. Both
Tne Place Where
Try Us and Be Convinced
Mr. Hlsgen, the presidential nom
inee, left in the afternoon for the east
to prepare for the campaign. He ex
pects to share the campaign speech
making with Mr. Hearst. The latter
proposes to make a spectacular cam
paign and to fight Bryan and Taft at
ProvlHioan of Platform.
The platform adopted by the state
convention embraces, among other I shoe sale
provisions, the following recommenda
Nails at Mueller's.
Buy a homo of Reidy Bros.
Tri-Clty Towel Supply company.
Read H. K. .Walker's want ads.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
Godfrey's laundy gives greea trad
All summer shoes must go at Wright's
Get your share of the bargains at
Lloyd's. Saturday is the last day.
tory and charitable institutions.
Against stock watering by corpora
tions ami rate agreements among in-
Eight-hour workday for all state,
county and municipal employes.
Abolishing the present fellow-serv-1 your last chance.
Mi law and making the employer Double stamps in all departments to-
expected to arrive here tonight.
The Conservation Commission Finding
, Oui Wht AiMriei - Owns.
j;rD2?to A,thougb uiy a sbort time has
ris piant io employes. Young & McCombs. . elapsed since President Roosevelt ap-
CUSeS OI COIlltllipi OUlSlUe ine preS- I . , . , - , . .... . ,, I J!,.. D.m-r;nn nll9p nnlnlml lh. nntinnnl nnncorvntlnn mm.
nL' h13ir out sale. Better get in on ! Flr Wage. mission, the actual work of taking
and chairmen of committees receiving - ' " 1 8 T " ' '"eS
: .-ii.... i . i I Travel tha. T1. tl A I 1 UCILICT, IJI liaic awiciaiv iu j uu& " "
i.aii.pii5ii voiiiiiMuuunis. lui tamyiiis" iiauu uuuSe ,. ,us ..i u. n vl.mrniwltr In nr.lar in. onnhla tho
purposes to be made 10 days before yesterday included 2,174 foot, 1.31C , 1' L : ,
ar.d 10 days after all primaries or teams and 278 street cars. lTL . .,3 nnt T.v Jan. i a iar amount
, 1 , , I I . , , ...... IIClUlllillK IIC1C i I Wilt 4. 1 liV.lll.'llt 1 I 1
elections. I Mens, women s and children a ox-l- ,i Lr mtnrini omhroHm. th suiiwt nf
r-naofe inumcipaimes. io iahe over, rorus must go regardless of former val- ,, . ,c . Urnnsprvfitlnn-waters, foirsts. lands
ovrn and operate public utilities and ue8 at Wright's shoe sale. " Zw The storTis ut" and minerals-aircady is available la
IO Irihe over Hie cui.d0u uat-iuii 6js- Dnnhlo trnHinw ctamne oil Aa, fn.li.. u I fha OTPrntlvp ilpnnrfmnnts Oth(r Im
iti f ,,nn: J misc. mil never uiaue sum u I rr -----
year rehabilitation period.
Some Meanurra EatlorHed,
morrow at Young & McCombs', last statement or anything like it. This portant data will be collected through
day of great July clearing sale. is made on the authority of Taft hlm-
Thtf PTPaf'Tlllw nlnorlnar dqIa mam n I Rpl f '
iUC -- to a close tomorrow. Double stamns
ship canal project, urged collection of
in every department all day. Young
THE INNOCENT FOX.
back taxes and condemned the feature I & McCombs
or me new primary law wine a ue-1
raands that each voter declare his po- Albert Rowe had hig fingers ground
litical party affiliations when voting. on an emery wneel at the Davenport
r.n this. fpninrA a rnn t mvprs v nrnw llce company s plant in Uavenoort this
Nominee McCaskrin wanted to con- morning, and as a result he will prob- ftroyer or grouse, out i bnouiu uue io
near . me siory ot some eyewitnesses
las to bis work in this direction. It is
Blamed For Offenses Committed by
His Wicked Cousins.
We are often told of the fox as a de-
demn the primary law, but Andrew ab,y lose two of h5s Mgs.
"M T a n;rfinfl nrrtn eoM Vi vrflo (natrn. I '.
mental in having the law passed, re I FORCES BROKER TO CLOSE UP very fW'0 fl,n fo ,tr.a,c'ks about he which will hold its first meeting ou
special channels, including state con
servation commissions now being
formed, and some of the great na
tional organizations represented at the
White House cosference.
By early fall the commission expecti
to have in hand sufficient material to
begin the study of the -Inventory of
the resources of the United States, and
by the middle of October It hopes to
have the greater part of this material
In hand, so that the full commission.
avvtntnn rt i 1 ! nfkil 4 1 wm on r n fnr
oiu Lack of Patronaa Fatal m f nr nf It- I believe that many of the of-
nuuic. a lie: vuuvcMiiuii vuiiiuiuuiinru i w w
hv condemnine the one feature. The Frederick Dorr of New York.
fenses laid at his door are committed
1 it. wanuala mlntr anil n-llilnatd nr
1 .Jl - 3 n -l I 0 T7. - nn . . . I ' "
1'iivein.nju aujuuiiieu uy cai cbhuib i ou" rreucisvu, juiy av. r reaeriCK I t
"an abiding faith in the people" and Dorr. a broker with offices in this citv. rm'rin nrt nf thi i h.m
-fUbmitting Its Cause "in the election . Ar,, ch ! rif tnmvn fn9 tn Rnml n nnrt of PnH,
wcwi. uanc cut. uuiit:i I "'7 ... -
and Spokane, a member of the New dttJ digging among potato hills In a Bjon3
I York stock exchange and Chicago retired nouow ror white gruns or mice
I board of trade, has telegraphed from In 'be adjoining fields and to return to
New York to the local manager to mountain at nigiitiau. passing a
suspend business. Lack of patronage farm whku was almost covered with
is the cause. .
Wouldn't it be an excellent
thing if the entire body of
Rock Island citizens should
unite with us in making this
store one of the areatest
and most important business
houses in the city?
It Is the same with us as it
was with Grant "On to Rich-
mqndl" and nothing can i shake
us or swerve us from our pur
pose to make this store the
"best in town."
. sat mr BLOC.
Rock Island, la.
WRECK ON SANTA FE ROAD
California Limited Ditched, Engineer
Killed, Several Passenger Hurt.
Topeka, Kan., July 30. A Santa Fe
passenger, westbound, the California l.broke up the sitting turkeys out at the
young poultry out ror grasshoppers.
From an experience of about ten years
In a locality where foxes abound I am
convinced that this animal destroys
but few, If any, chickens. Our trouble
there was, first of all, hawks, then
Bkunks, owls and raccoons. The fox
never, invaded the chicken coops or
Dec. 1, may at once take up the work,
One week later the commission will
hold a joint meeting iu Washington
with the governors of the states or
their representatives with the view of
securing further and closer co-opera
tion with the arious state coinmhv
L r .
Chicago, July 30. Following are the
market quotations today:
July, 89, 91, 89, 90.
September, 90'4, 91, 89. 91.
December, 92. 93, 91. 9'J.
May, 9C, 97, 9G4, 97.
July, 7C, 76, 7C, 76.
September, 74, 74, 73. 74.
December, Cl, C2. 01. Cl.
May, C0, Cl. 60. 60.
July. 53, 54, 53, 54.
September, 44, 45, 44, 44.
December. 44. 45. 44. 44.
May. 45. 46. 45. 46.
July, closed 15.65.
September, 15.70, 15.77. 15.G7, 15.77.
October, 15.77, 15.85, 15.72, 15.80.
July, closed 9.42.
September. 9.47, 9.52. 9.47. 9.50.
October, 9.60, 9.60, 9.55, 9.57.
July, closed 8.90. .
September, 8.95, 9.02, 8.95. 9.00.
October, 9.05, 9.07, 9.02, 9.07.
Receipts today Wheat, 210; corn
160; oats. 141; hogs, 12,000; cattle,
3,500; sheep, 14,000.
Estimated receipts Friday Hogs,
Hog market opened strong 10c high
er. Hogs left over. 6.000. Lieht 85.80
.70; mixed and butchers. $5.95
6.80; good heavy, $5.906.60; rough
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha Hogs, 4,500; cattle," 2,000
Kansas City Hogs. 5.000; cattle,
, Hog market closed steady to 1015c
higher. Light, $5.85(5)6.75; mixed and
butchers, $6.056.82; good heavy
$6.006.87; rough heavy, $6.00g;6.30
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
Minneapolis Today, 277; last week,
1C9; last year, 152.
Duluth Today, 47; last week, 37
last year, 100.
Export clearances Wheat and flour
134,000; corn, none; oats, none.
and hellers, $2.09 to $4.00; calves. $4.00
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 78c to SOe; oats, 50c
to 52c; wheat, 90c.
Forage Timothy hay, $8 to $10;
prairie, $7 to $10; clover, $10 to $11;
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack,
per bushel, 7c to 8c
limited, went into th ditch at Waka
rusa, 12 miles west of hero, today. The
engineer was killed and several pas
sengers injured. A relief train . was
made up at Topeka. - ( ' 1
base of the mountain. Of course ln
winter a fox may sometimes trap a
'grouse In. the snow at uight. but who
has ever soeu a fox actually catch a
grouse? Come, now. brothers of the
forest, be bonest and own up. 1 would
New Idra In Luncheons.
Vegetarian luncheon packets
telning biscuits, nuts, fruits, etc
the newest idea for Jaded business
men and business women In London.
These luncheon packets are being sent
out to business establishments. Even
meat dealers. It Is understood, are
showing, a desire to give these lunch
eon packets ;a trial ln summer, as It Is
believed tbei vegetarian luncheon keeps
the blood cool and stimulates the
brain, whereas meat luncheons cause
Son of Lawyer Auto Victim.
New York, July 30. Alfred Lauter-
TO IMPEACH OLD CABINET
Bill to Start Prosecution Before Por-
-' tuguese Cabinet.
Lisbon,' July 30. In the chamber of
deputies; today the bill demanding the
arrest and impeachment-of members
of the Franco cabinet passed its sec
ond reading. -
be g!ad to.learu bow the fox does the Pacn' ' son ,of Edard. Lauterbach, a
trick. If any one has seen It doiie.-
Forest and Stream.
THE PERSONAL EQUATION.
prominent lawyer and politician, was
almost killed in an automobile accident
early tcday. The machine collided with
a guard rail ou an approach to a rail
Degree for German Prince.
Strassbourg. July 30. The Univer-
Chamberlain in Grave State.
It Plays a Very Large Part In Success
-. . In Business. -
If you stop for a moment to analyze sity.of Strassbourg announced today
euccess . I Business you will see It the degree of -doctor had been con-
miiiM fhrnnch contact wtfh nonnl. I f,Ji . A.,.c-f v. .-tv.
T Ann T.,l rU I " .. . . . " r-l"- lUIBl UpUU fMlire .U6"S
'""""- " "W owcyu vumuuet-1 it l ail ninirea UDOn tne manner nf lr i nr;ii;, Thi i tv.
. ... . . , , i . " - - iauu m iuunvi i iiuaui. a ia u mo
IT"'., "om ine conunent your contact. On every side you are flr3t Yime a Hohenzolleru has taken
xuuaj uu ieuianuuB m-aiuaon surrounded Dy maiutude or persons, hhe degree of doctor
for a few days on his way to Binning-1 m every one of whom there exists a I J 1
ham, is reported to be In a very grave J potenyal force ' that may be exerted, I Fewer Saloons in Ohio.
condition. . His eyesight has become j at one time or another, to add to your J Columbus, Ohio, July 30. Accord
seriously affected. : ' I success. , The oftener- you cause that I ing Co the state auditor's report sub-
. TTTT rj frrifl'oree t0-6 6rti the faster your 5 mitted today there are 458 fewer sa-
Awr-Tte neWS tbe time THE business will grow. You can attract loorls iu Ohio than there were Jan. 1
. . . I these Individual forces IT you choose last.
tORRID WAVE AT ITS HEIGHT
One Death and Several Prostrations at
Chicago, July 30. Today was the
hottest of the recent torrid wave. The
thermometer at 10 this morning regis
tered 87 degrees. One death and sev
eral prostrations were reported. At
La Crosse, Wis., one death and a num
ber of prostrations occurred yesterday
and last night.
Two dead, one driven insane arid
eight prostrations were the net results
of yesterday's heat. The maximum
temperature was only 86, but a humid
Ity.of 69 caused suffering throughout
the city. -
Miners Again Elect Moyer.
Denver, July 30. Charles H. Moyer
was reelected president of the West
ern Federation of Miners by the con
vention in this city. Moyer received
223 votes and P. W. Flynn of Butte,
Mont, representing the Industrial
Workers of the World, 88.
POOR LO'S LAND OPENED
TO WHITE SETTLERS
Interior Department Gives Statement
. as to Removal of .Restrictions
Washington, July 30. According to
an act of the last congress removing
restrictions on the alienation of land
owned by members of the five civiliz
ed tribes of Indians in Oklahoma,
which went into effect Monday last,
about 9.000,000 acres of land which
have been tied up have become avail
able to purchasers.
Acting Secretary Frank Pierce of the
interior department has given out the
following statement showing the effect
of the law:
"The act removes all restrictions
from the alienation of the lands of
65,017 members of the five civilized
tribes, and also removes the restric
tions from all of the lands except the
homesteads of 6,103 more Indians of
The law will go far towards putting
the lands owned by the Indian portion
of the population of Oklahoma on a
footing with that of other residents of
Beer That Is Beer.
If you want to drink good beer, order
the Davenport Malting company's pala
export. Delivered anywhere In Rock
Island. Both phones, north 169.
New York Siotna. v
New York, July '30. Following are
the quotations on the stock market to
Gas 95, U. P. 153, U. S. Steel
preferred 108, U. S. Steel common
44, Reading 117, Rock Island pre
ferred 33, Rock Island common 18,
C. & N. W. 158, Southern Pacific
92, N. Y. Central 117, Missouri Pa
cific 55, Great Northern 135, North
ern Pacific 141, L. &N. 108, Smelters
88. C. F. I. 32, Canadian Pacific 172,
Illinois Central 141. Penna 124, Erie
24, C. & O. 42. Bt R. T. 51, B. & O.
94. . Atchison 86, Locomotive 53,
Sugar 180, St, - Paul' 140, Copper
75, Republic Steel preferred 73,
Republic Steel common 21, Southern
Ry. 18. -
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel. .
Rock Island, 'July 30. Following are
the wholesale prices In the local mar
ket today:- - '
Eggs Fresh. 17c. .
Live ' Poultry Hens, per pound, 8c ;
springs, $3 to $4 a dozen.
Butter Dairy, 20c , . v
: Vegetables Potatoes, 50c; onions.
$1.00. y . ' . , .
Sheep Yearlings or orer, $4.00 to
$5.00; lambs, $4.50 to $6.75.
Cattle Steers, $3.00 to $6.00 ;cows.
Afternoon and Evening
Regular Concert given
in the Big Band Shell.
Come out have a pic
nic out here tomorrow.
Ogden's Orchestra plays ,
every afternoon and
evening except Tues
s days and Fridays.
Come out and cool' off.
Take the Trolley.