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said to be responsible and has re
quested thereto desist."
Among the men working for Jus
tice Hughes' nomination at Chicago
are said to be William H. Hotchkiss,
superintendent of insurance of the
state of New York, and former Sena
tor Georee B. Aenew.
"Justice Huches has sent tIe
erarr.s to these rn-n and to other friends
in Chicapo. asserting that his state
ment of last week was final and that
he refuses absolutely to be consid
ered." stated his representative to
ilay. ROOT IN WARNING
Admonishes Republicans to
Abide Decision of Regular
Today's Standing of "Clubs"
IN THE CONVENTION CITY
t5 MfCtR, PASS
REVIEWS WORK OF TAFT
TIIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEUXfiSUAY, J USE. 19, 1912.
V: -- : jyi7-.??'rxi: zi
Vote By States
On Taft Victory
Colorado 1 i
Conui i ticut 14
low a '
Ki-n' uck y - '
Marx land s
Ma.is.icle. sells !x
M IsSlSMJ pi ' '
Ni l r.i.ka
N"i x.i I.i i.
N' xx 1 lainpi-h re n
N. xx Mexico ''
North Curohna 3
V'r.K. r-. ?.
I'i r.r..- h ar.ia ;j
Uliode Uiar.d 1
uh Carolit a 11
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1 tab 7
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RABBI'S PRAYER FOR i InIirates Important Plank on Tariff,
CONVENTION PEACE! nut Thw Tm No
Chicago. June ID. The folluwins
prayer by Rabbi Joseph Stolz. D. D..
Isaiah Temple, Chicago, was delivered
at the republican national convention
Convention Hall, Chicago, June 19.
The outlines of the battlefield were
more sharply drawn than ever in the
"O Lord, who art the loving Father of i speech that Secretary Root, speakine.
p.ll mankind, the just Ruler of the na- ' 0f course. a9 the personal representa
tions, the everlasting God whose conn- , tive o rresident Taft. addressed to
jtel of rizhteo,isr.ess and truth prevail- , lne convention as its temporary chair-
tumult of voices, we tless Tru e that
Thou hast set our nation hiph anions
Most ei.enificant of all, perhaps, was
his reference to the great cloud on the
ChtsTc re .
PRESIDENT W. H. TAFT.
tion. As c'.early as words could state
it. Root im'.icatf d that there will be no ;
substantial chani: in federal policy on ;
the tariff, if Taft is nominated and a!
Taft platform drawn.
Roct spokt' l'i ti'iail of the work
dnr.e in every federal department v.n
der the Taft ariuiin:sti ation. He men
tioned the navy, and blamed the dem
ocrats for defeating the project for
more battleships. He mentioned the
P:.Tnmn rnn;it !lp ictcil.-.-, o, Innntk in
support of the cla;m that the adminis
tration had been t-tonomical in the use
of ftderal resources.
Al)MiiMsiii .r.AlsT nm.T.
Ikfore he had spoken for five min
Secretary Root voiced in definite
lanu'iase Lis warniii- to the Roosevelt!
!:iL-iun that it slio;;!d not boit, but
should remain with the party lor thej
S,jneral pood, ile said:
"The frupretne council of the party !
in this f;reat national convention, r?p
re.entinR every state and territory in
due proportion, uc cordinir to rules Ions
iiin i --'abli-lied, is about to appeal to i
the A':ierican people for a continuance!
of i hi- power of overniuent which the
larty lias exercised with but brief iu
t mixtion? for nioi than half a ten-;
tiry, ami ihat appeal is to be based:
upon the soundness of the prim ipli s
approved and the qualities of the can-!
the people? of the earth and hat 1 ten J Taft administration the tariff
our i-tronjth in every oonfUct. our
presort help in every time of nee-.'..
"In Thy bounty. Thoi ha.-t civen us
this land flowing with miik and honey;
'and in Thy pracious Pr.ividence, Thou
; hast dr-M-.ncd it to become the prom
! ised land of liberty and equality, the
home of the free, the refuse of the op
j pressed, the poal of the strong and
'the ai-pirinp who would share our in-
heritance of law and order. And we
! praise Thi-e for the multitude who
I haw found blessirc within our bor
! ders: we "thank Thee for every b'
' neficent institution sta'dished within
our domain, for what of justice has
become the common law of the land,
for our poodly heritage of tolerer.es
"And we beseech Thee, Lord of
j Hosts, b" wit!i us, as Thou hast been
wi'h our fathers. Help us to pro . e
our.-elves worthy of Thy b'e;sirs.
Make us mindful of our duties as well
is o;r rii-'hts. our responsibilities us
j .; as our p.-ivilidi s. Grant us the
, itu-ipl.t that a people rishet'n whre
j 1 h-r' is r.o vision, and tht? it ndcr.it ur.d
jii.p that a preat nation maketh its r'll
jers righteousness and its of!ieeis
t peace, s keth ! aders w l;o desres,- the
tain of oppressi'iri and withhold their
hands from hribs. makeili h -f
jt!iise whose clory it Is to serve nian
ikir d by justice, fidelity and tnith. P,e-
jstovv i; nn the df lepates ass nib'ed the didat-s selec ted by the convention. j
I spirit of wisdom and understanding,! ti'i'i'u. 'in I'.tint i.iimi.tv. j
of cor.n.Ml and tne!:', that tbev de.-ide i -In t!i0 pert..rman.e of this duty
in jits'iee and equity and t.ot aftor the ,y tjK, lonvcntioti, and in the accept-
si-nt of tneir . yes or the ij.-atinp of j am e of its i oncliisions by republicans, '
their ears, and that tliey puid-- them-' i.; to he applied the ever-recurrins i
selves by the truth that riuhtc.r.isnes.4 ! test of u party's litness to govern, its'
-xalt-th a natii n n:d injusuce is a j coherence and its formative and con-;
l .: ro:,h to aiy people. j mdiiiii; pow r of orani.'.-ition. And'
"An i so may Thy l.in-.-doiii coin,- ;;nd ' th.-.ie di p.end upon the w illirsKiiess of',
Thy will le ione on eaith. Amen '. " ' t :.e members of the party to subor-'
to cfrN y ,
(Alt Jj ckTdf wHtllE- two foe.
THf" POPulaH. SISTER.1
QuioK Action on Your Part Will be Necessary in This
Vote ot Illinois on
Tor K!:hu Root.
I'eoria. (,'harlcS .1.
W'iibaiii J. Cooke,
Robert I t'ark,
Chbapo; I). A.
Campbell. Chicago: Fred YV. I'pl.am.
Chicapo; Harry K. IJron, (Jer.. feo;
( larii.ee K. Siiix. iy. Canton; lx-n
Small. Kankakie. lidxard K. Miller,
Ka.it St. lu;s.
For Francis K. McC.overn Charh-s
S lictiecu, Sprii.nfield : Roy O West,
Chicai-'ii; H A. Kckhart, ChicapoijtJ
nuance ii'ftt .'. i incao, j . i .
Sberm.in, S j r r. j t". i-1 i ; I.. 1.. Knierson,
Mount Yen. oil: '. A. Res- ut'.iM. Rock
I.-land, Fraiu i P. Urady, Cbicaso:
Martin IJ. Madden, Chicago; Johu'J.
lianter.-, Ch.caKo; Isaac N. Powell,
cp.icaso; iiiiuia II- We: t r. Chiiaxu;
Cl:.irl. s V, . N ail, Ci.ic.mo; Timma J.
i ii al , CI, : atn . Ailu rt C. 1 : i ..-( r, Chi
Honor K. ilalpir.. Chicago;
Alien S Ray, Oak Park; Abel Havis,
Chicai:o: Join F. Devlne, Chicago;
Isidore H. Him. s. Chicago; It. R.
McCormick. ( l.b ajo: James Pease,
l i.uapo; John K. ',':id' r. Kxalton;
Ira C. Codi.-y. A irora: John Lambert,
.'.diet; Fr.d K. St.rl:na. Reikf. id. H.
W. Johnson. I,S ilie, .latnc-s A. Co-
ley. Free port: J. T. W ili.atas. St-r-
.1.: hrai.iv . Allen. Mourn : V, ibiam
I. tjrnhat i. Alt do; rldiard N. Wx
ruff. Peoria. Cairo A. Tn.T.b'e. Prince
tor.; ;. J. J"'insin. i'axton; Frank
U St, tt. Kl i'aso. John I Hamilton
i loopi sion . W. L
r.ir: Ki m J. Havxl
. x a sou. Harry; l a:i Hay. pnns-
t.eiil. Will j:-i H. I'r nit.
1 ! r.ry J Sc!::r.i.'.t. Na
F H ;tHiy. Ci iitraha; Ad.-n Kr. rii
r.x; Rar.iio'.ph Smith, Flora: James
V-. Parker, tu.irk; I hi'. i- H. Kisen
ir ixir. M'. I'.ir! ara. Waltir W ood,
( .. ro To'al, 4.
Or.e delegate. J. A. C,i. r.::. Ashland,
did r.ot xcte.
li ft vl
dinate their varying individual opin
ions and postpone the matters of dif
ference between them in order that
they may act in unison upon the
preat questions wherein they apree;
upon their willingness and capacity
to thrust aside the disappointment
which some of them must always feel
in faiiinp to secure success for the
candidates of their preference; upon
the loyalty of party members to the
party itself, to the preat organiza
tion whose apeney in government they
believe to be for the best interests
of the nation, and for whose contin
uance in power their love of country
constrains them to labor.
i(ii HAvr. om; i7.Tio.
"Without these thinss there can ha
no party worthy of the name. With
out them party association is a rope
of sand, party organization is an In
effective form, party sponsibiiity
disappears, and with it disappears the
right to public confidence.
"Without organized parties, having
these qualities of coherence and loy
alty, free popular government be
comes a confused and continual con
flict between a vast multitude of indi
vidual opinions, individual interests,
individual attrai lions and repulsions,
from which effective government can
emerge only by ans'.verint; to the uni
versal law of necessary organization
and again forming parties."
ident Taft whs reelected a member ot
the Yale corporation. He receid
3,231 votes of the 3.263 cast.
Taft Reelected by Yale.
New Haven, Cunu.. June 19. Pres-
ARSENIC FOUND IN
LIVER OF UNDLOFF
Chicago, June lib Arsenic in larp
quantities wss found in the liver of
Arthur l.indloff. whose mother, Mrs.
Louise Lind'.off. is under arrest in
connection with his death, according
to a report of Processor Haines to
Coroner Hoffman today.
The bodies of William Llndloff and
Alma, husband and daughter, respect
ively, of the accused woman, will
exhumed and the vlsceras examined.
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We are gcinsj to give you a glorious feast of bargains in our rug and carpet department this week. The home outfitting
buyers of the Tri-Cities know that in this great distribution of our 100,000 dollar stock direct to your homes at factory
prices, we have eclipsed any offer ever irude in the history of the tri-cities. This great Manufacturers' Sale has proven a
record breaker in volume of business done, as well as value giving and sacrifice prices throughout the big store. Nothing but
our unmatchame values and pnees has caused such sensational increase m sales as we have experienced m the past two
weeks. The end is in sight, don't delay attending. We are going to give vou a glorious finish to this srreat manufacturers'
sale. Watch the papers for special announcements.
Lot No, 1--S3.25 Bays Goad 8-3x10 6
B; usee's Foig
Sheli.vb.irgcr. Deca- ij
ak. r. Monricello: W. Fj
'a:i Hay. Sprint- j R
x it.. . Taylor vi'.'.e ; P
ashxi'.ii. William S
Ad.-n Kr. -rh. Ol- ' K
i N...e fcT l.-ud,r.
ci.e r.ot xoti'.
JUSTICE HUGHES IS
NOT A "DARK HORSE
New York, Jure IS Justice
Hughes yesterday telephoned frota
i.is un.u.er rewie:.co r.t Can.p Abe-
r.aki. l.ke I'ivid. to uirhds m New
ork. re ;u-.-.i-P t.iem to use their
c-ftorta to check the efforts of certain!
dt-tates at the Chicago convention;
t o p : a ro
j'cu'll inar cl at our ability to soil ru?s
;t surh low jiiiccs. Our quantity of
luiyiLu: of manufacturers' surplus
stuck enables u to lmyc tlio rug buyers
of the tri-citics this onnortunitv to
I'll is lot comprises ruirs
ml selected varns. The
u.--:trns an-l colorings are pleas-
our choice ot this lot tor
KvU -t'f llc tri-cities tl
::-H.--r.savo money. Tli
"vtf4 '."'I'-'ot' finelv wnYen a
I A H, , I
iol". Ko. 2-$ 9. 4 5 Buys Extra
Eeavy Sx!2 Brussels Ru$
This is a one time opportuni
ty to buy fine heavy Hrussel
liii' that will give you last
ing satisfaction and wear.
Closely woven, heavy wors
t I face; very striking and
handsome patterns to choose;
from. Our manufacturer
sin phis sale price only
PK1 $21.45 Buys- the Best Hakes of Body Brussels Ru
1 1 wmm
Direct from the leading manufacturers of the United States. We are offering you the choice of any 9x12
Body Brussels Eug in the Big Store, nothing reserved, at our Manufacturers' Surplus sale prices. All rugs will
be sold lor casn. It you desire we will hold any rug you may select for future delivery cn a small deposit
ana grant you tne manufacturers' surplus sale price
i'on t Duy a rug until you ve seen our offering at
foH : m&mt,
This Is Aa Extra Value fo; This Week's Selling
Alexander Smith's High Grade
Axminster Rugs, 9x12
in i.oi:.ir.ation for
all the V.Iil--
' Ar.y lui-.t ii'.er.t l!LK:r.; Juince
Hughes for the noaUcation i c-t:r-ly
uithout hi authority." aid Lis
representative her. "It is ae.iii.s:
For hpatitj of cfdr clnlliiuatlll t Ii t- r- Iih nfor h- n an) thtni? khonn
that will K,ua the ruics iu tJiin I t, suitable for cxt-ry room In th?
hone. Th lonu', suit fatirlc and iine 'rt-U )am idn!t ud Id
weaxine them mak- this mi? i t to trace any ont-N home, la hit)
Ins this rug ju eft the moi I'aruh'i. ttint cao he procured, and the
inai:t of txer one the e.t cxi-r ,nd
at t.ii' price. In tbis maouiat lurcr
mrilu aale for ooly
ucureu, ana me
Free Auto Delivery
to Any Point within
fifteen miles of the
tri-cities for out of
109-111 East Second Street
l TSe I.;.- wlsh.--a. has tcopra, r.e.i to
gtnilc-ita at Cl.:itj xvho are'