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TYPICAL CHICAGO CROWD SURROUNDING THE ENTRANCE OF THE
PICTURE WAS TAKEN IMMEDIATELY AFTER ADJOURNMENT
No Conviction if He Could
Reach a Couple of Jurors 13
How He Is Quoted.
HARRINGTON IS ACCUSER
I'orfl lr tlx- Site lU'.M'iit.s if-unts
I roin UET of the lN-f-ns, liul
FljilH I .rrtel.
Ij Ai.k I' x. Ji;n- 22.- Assistant
Iiiri''t A'iurn' Kunl and Karl Hop,
!, iliief couut-rl fur Clart-nct- Dar
raw, a'iit"t i;in,f i r Mows In 'h"
court riin rbtrf1a af ti-ri:oin iintn. l
uu 'y iifvr th.' ailju'.riinr'tit of c'urf.
O'lii-r if inuiivl atul tin.' court bail
iffb crowdi il Jii-tv. -. u th m atwl jj r
Vented 8 ithimI in oulltt-r.
tbov t' i ili .t at'olimics and
Ford had ohje-cted to characteristic
Ktut:t lr. mi Kutcrs during his argu
mriit anil the latter reM-nted it.
John It. Uarri!i--iii of Chiraiso. who
war. chief liivcstmator for the MrNain
ara defeiiKe, was on the htand throtith
the day On cropx examination he
f,tr t stitlloliv directed at (lie ehtab
llhhtncnt of MurriiA'.s peritonal knowl-
ilue of the I a ii-i ooi I htiliery, the
Ulritiiu: away f .!rt t 'apian and
other collateral matter.
lit' teh'ifled alfo that 1'nrrow
In San Kiii:ici.-i S. ptenilier 2. the
day that O A. 'leiti!i(e laslieil the
flii.O'iti cheik. Kettins currency, from
fehich the il lirlliery money
was nlitalred. a er.r.l i rn to the the
ory of t fro hi cut ion.
Moll IMItKIIW lol.
Marnii'oti said that one nl ;ht Ia'e
'te? 4J; 'ti3' k il?!; M
Judge Alton B. Parker
'-A.' .. ,'l
Judge Tarker has been chosen by
jsittee for the temporary chairmansbi
tlon at Baltimore. Colonel V. J Pry
Jiroval of the selection by the national
)ocs to carry the matter to the floor
V . .
M 'A I
li'rjiS 1 'ctnS
4 -f Vf . , "
in Kept mlier on the porch of Dar-
row'n home in Is Ar.eeles, Uarrow
'displayed to lum a roll of bills, which
i he Haid was a roll of $l".i)i, and i
ixaid: "If I can reach a cotipl" of the
jurors. J. H. will cevt r he convic ted."
j Harrinp'tm ftated tht he toid Dar-1
row ni.-h aciion would he ruinous atul ;
urged hfm i;ot to attin;t any'hing of
the hind. He sa;ii Iiarn w an.-.v.re'i:
"I iruess you're riht. I won't do it."'
"Why should Mr. Harrow have told
you about this ti",'i'iu?" asked Kocers
on cross exaininatiort.
"I ti:o':eht he meant f. feel me our i
to be.e if I could r arh the jurors for1
him," Faid Harrington, :
"My answer iut a ttop to hnt ."
Harrington caid that on the morning ;
of Ilert Fratil I'n's arre.-t, Harrow call
ed hun into his orlieo and told him
Franklin had he n arretted for bribery. '
"I asked him if Kmrikliii "ould con
nect him with it." he vont iuueil. "and ;
he said, 'My tlod, if Franklin talks I j
am ruined." "
The witness testified that Harrow,
lohannren and himself hul pureed on
I the cipher i cil which .lotian:isr;n had
used In telerrapliini; l-orn Keno that
: Mri. ("apian was i-a'i'iy out of the
ptate. He nriid that Harrow personally
fujipiied the !':t-rs by w-hieh several
' principals in 'hi- ea.--e. incluhni; Mrs.
C apian, were to be referred to in ciph-
: er dispatches
BnlDGE CF THE
Th Isthmus From Which Every Otha.
, Isthmus Has Be n Named.
The "Bridpe of the Seas'" is the
striking mime which Pindar cives to
the narrow lsMimus whli-li connects
the gulf of Corinth with the Aegean
i sea. It is one of the most interesting
1 ;rlps of soil on the live continents. It
is I he isthmus par excellence of all the
world, for from Its r.reek uauie. Isth
mla. every other Isthuius U;:s bveu
The ancients were not rimmI sillum
They never went by sea where they
! could conveniently pi by land, and to
; cross this n:irro.w L i;t .l-jtuj. nfily
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a subcommittee of she national com
P of the democratic national conven
an is leading a f.cht against the ap
committee. If he fai's there he pro
of the convention.
THK ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY.
four miles wide, saved! ther1 many a
weary league of s:iilinf; around ;i
stormy coast in uit'o from the I'elo
ponnesns to Attica and indeed frotu
Europe to Asia.
The southeastern roint of Attica was
especially drmerous. and an old prov
erb used to run. "When you are round
ir Cape Maiia forget ail you have at
iiotiie.' Indeed, navigation in these
e:ts wns almost wholly abandoned in
the w tuter months, and we reniembci
thtit in the graphic account of St.
i'uul's shipwreck he advised the cap
tain to winter in the Cretun harbor of
Fair Ilaveus. Through disresardiim
! this advice disaster came to ship aud
! crew and prisoners alike.
No wonder, then, that the isthmc
wnich the ancient city of Corinth doi
'ni:ed. became at one time the busiest
' and perhaps the most notable strip of
: lltll which the world knew. More
1 nn tiles have lieen fotijrht. more dynas
I ties established or dethroned, just h"re
In all probability than in any other
! Fpot on the earth's surface. Christian
A ROYAL FEATHER CLOAK.
j Aalnkaua Couldn't Wear It,
Groom Disgraced It.
When Kins Knkikaua of Hawaii vis.
j ited JapaD many years aso he was
very anxious to exhibit to the Japa
I nese his famous roysl feather cloak If
did not look well draped over the regu
lar cost : me of the kins, which was
i based on Kuropean military models.
. It was out of the question to wear it
draped over brown cuticle, as was the
aui leiit fashion. Finally it was decid
. ed to let Uoiert. out of his attendants,
' William N. Armstrong, the king's at
torney general, said: "This additional
service delighied Robert, w ho now. ac
cording to a confidential statement
made to his Japanese attendant, was
1 "keeper of the royal standard.' "groom
: of the feather cloak" mid "valet in or
dinary." While iu the imperial car. on
the way to Tokyo, the king's suit b;:d
suddenly seen Iiottert sitting iu state
in the luggage car dressed in a silk hat.
white gloves and with the gorgeoti-
royal cloak hanging over his shoulders
th tableau being completed by a group
of Japanese attendants who were
standing before bliu lost in admira
tion. "But Robert was scarcely equal to
the dignity thKt was hLs. In his ca
pacity of valet he preceded the party
to the palace assigned to tbeui antf
discovered there abundance of wines
and spirits, which he consumed until
tbev arrived. He was found asleep in
the kind's bedchamber with the silk ;
h:'t far down over his head and the
gor'i-ous cloak sskew on his shoulders, j
He was at once deposed from his office i
of "trrooai of the feather floak
Afraid ef the Noise.
A naval otBcer once found out that
be could not teach the young cadets in
the Naval academy not to squirm and
start and plug their ears with tl.eir
fingers when the heavy cannons were
tired. It was of no use to argue with
the in Pleadings were In vaiu. and re
proofs were always met by the expla
nation that they couldn't help it. Fi
nally the officer bit upon a plan. He
Lad a camera trained upon the class
without their kuowing it. and then he
At Fountains & Elsewhere
The Original and Cenuina
Thi Food-drink for All A&es.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep k on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without k.
A quck loud prepared in a micste.
TAenoimilatioQ. Just say liORLiCl'S."
THURSDAY A. M.
W v T
ordered a broadside to be fired. The
noise was thunderous, and the actions
of the cadets were, as usual, most un-
dignified and unwnrlike
A few days later some excellent ptao
tojrxapbs of the "younK meu afraid of a
itioise" were exhibited, and they did
she work The next time the cannon
,roared the cadets stood like statues
icurved from stone, petrified by fear of
the trutlrful camera St. Louis Globe-'Denioerat-
A FREAK OF THE SEA.
Fury of the Mighty Rollers That Some
times Attack a toast.
Among the many dangers which
"those who go down to the sea in
chips'" have to encounter must be reck
oned that strange phenomenon known
as "the rollers.' a succession of im
mense waves which iu certain locali
ties set iu upon a coast without the
least previous indication, rendering the
use of bouts Impossible or at the best
highly dangerous. The places where
they elderly occur are in the tine weath
er trade wind regions of the south At
lantic awl south Pacltic. being marked
ly felt at exposed islands such as As
cension and St. Helena in the former
ocean and in the latter at the Chin
chas. I .olios .and other islands off the
coast of Peru.
The sea may be of perfect smooth
ness, the breeze for days previously,
the faintest zephyr, when suddenly a
huge wave appears rolling landward,
lit first apparently quite leisurely, until
It reaches unv solid mass of reef, rock
shore, when, as if roused to anger
at the obstruction, the hitherto lazy un
dulation becomes a sharp ridge, dings
Its crest high in the air. dashes for
ward with redoubled energy and bursts
Upon the shore with tremendous fury.
This wave Is quickly followed by oth
ers, and the rollers set in. ever aug
menting in violence, until they attain
an awful grandeur nor to be exceeded
In the wildest storm A visil of the
rollers may last from five or six hours
to two or three days, and a strange fea
ture is that they come from leeward,
in a widely different direction from
the iisiinI wind of the locality. World
Bandit Eeatsn to Death.
S'ocktrn, t'al.. June 22. Passengers! "Fight members of the suhcommlt
of two San Joaquin river laun lies beat i tee, however, have, over the protest
a bandit to death after he had jumped j of the remaining eight, agreed upon
into the river from one of the boats not only a reactionary, but upon ihe
four miles south of here.
"1 hear that Miss Gmmby Is a won
derfully correct person."
"That's because of her occupation.
She is a dressmaker's designer."
"What has that to do with itr
"It mates her naturally lead a pat
lern life." Baltimore American.
Insurance Agei:t What are the
proofs of your husband's death, mad
am? The Widow Well, be lias been
borne for thi? last t'.iree nights.
Place F(j Footprints.
"I sbal' 2-jave footprints on the sands
of time." sn'd the idealist. J
"What for?" asked the rrurtely prnc- j
ti- al person "Not i i ly will want to go j
round looking for footprints. V. hat we
want to d for posterity is he!p build
sonic gooti roads " Washiiiijtou Star.
A Modern viirl.
'Why did you t'Jrj h ci down?
"Re began to yap about two iivir.t
as cheaply an one. When 1 get mar
ried I expect to make the money fir."
Louisville Courier -Journal.
"In how many states csn women
ujiike their wills?"
"In most of 'em they ccme with it
leedy marie "-Baltimore American.
Stoma'-a and Liver
I Tablets wiH trace cp tee nerves, bau-
isb sick headache, prevent cespend
' er.cy and in.igorfcte tne wncie sys
1 ttm. Soli by ail dn;gg;sts.
Ail tie news all tie time Tho Argus, i
.TUXE 22, 1012.
Democratic Leaders Are
Opposed to Raising Con
NOTES TO CANDIDATES
Regardless of Their Fosilion on
Chairmanship, Nebraskan In
sists He Wiii Fight Parker.
Baltimore, June 22. Colonel W. J.
I Bryan w ili make a fight against nam-
in u of .ludfjp Alton Ii. Parker as tem
porary chairman of the democratic na
iticn convention regaruic-s of the at-
Ititude taken by the five ca:idula'es for 1
the presidential nomination to whom
Bryan sent a telegraphic note ask- j
ling them to joia v. iih him in opposing i
i Parker. That s;at mei'.t was emphat-J
jically made todjy by National Com-)
' ivi:teema,n Hail of Nebraska, who has!
i iitc-ii kcei)i::j; Bryan informed of the !
progress of events here.
I.tril.H I'OIIKHKT l AXSWKH.
National committeemen aliened
with Parker aiial;:ed the replies of
candidates to Bryan's note, and de-c'ar-l
the Nebraska leader would find
ate comfort in them, and that he
-!,. he nmimnllp,! in makr
jwi'h only those delegates who joined
IK ttV OMlTS.
' The democratic notional committee
will hoar the contests for seats in
, the national nouvc -ntion, Monday. Bp
Mo date notifications of contests have
j been received affecting entire delega-
tions in the Bistrict of Columbia,
Pcrto Rico, Vermont, Philippines and
Alaska. In addition, rival claims have
i been made to the seats of the deleates
. at-large from lilinois in the first lfl
districts of that state, and also in
the Twentieth. Other contests are
.over three seats of Rhode Island, one
seat in the .Seventh and Ninth Penn
sylvania, and both scats in the Sev
jenth and Sixteenth Texas.
j 1 !tlKI' M l ISM K.
i Platform builders propose to make
the document yhort and incisive, with
the taiiff the dominant issue and mo-
Inopolies next in importance.
j If Bryan w ins his fight to have a
progressive chairman he probably will
: be chairman of the resolutions com
mittee. Anyway, he Is likely to play
an important part in the construction
.of the platform.
Il.iin AltS l IMItKDIt.
f Yesterday Colonel Bryan
j Alton H. Parker as a "reactionary"
: in a telegram addressed to a number
of prominent democrats throughout
the country, appealing to them to join
him in preventing the election of
Barker as temporary chairman. The
' telegram was sent to Speaker Clark,
Governor Wilson, Governor Burke.
Governor Foss and Mayor Gaynor, all
candidates for the presidential nom
ination. It read:
'In the interest of harmony I sug -
gested to the subcommittee of the
democratic national committee the
advisability of recommending as tem
porary chairman some progressive
acceptable to the leading progressive
candidates for the presidential nom
ination. I took it for granted that
no committeeman interested in dem
! ocratic success would desire to offend
I the members of a convention over
whelmingly progressive by naming a
reactionary to sound the keynote of
CROWD OF HADLEY'S SUPPORTERS ARRIVING AT COLISEUM
Li5'-..-'i-'A.,- :f tfl y .--, :v-fv-'-'-
1'. -i L ' .
MRS W. A. DAVIS OF CHICAGO, WHO
CAUSED ROOSEVELT DEMONSTRATION
one democrat who amors those not j
candidates for the presidential nora- j
ination is in the eyes of the public i
most conspicuously identified with the;
reactionary element of the party. 1 ;
shall be pleased to join you and your!
rrienns in opposing nis selection by ; questions of principle In order that
the full committee or by the conven-'our party may not weaken the im
tion. Kindly answer here." j portant advantage it now possesses."
n.AUK M k k ks iii.i'i.v. J Chairman Mack received from
It was learned here that Speaker; Henry Watterson a message opposing
Clark had made the following reply Bryan's fight on Parker. "What the
to Colonel Bryan: 1 democrats at this time most require,"
"Have consulted with cotuniittea 1 he said, "is the pooling of issues, not
having my interests in charge and! the raising of disturbance. It w'lll
agree with them that the supreme be criminal for democrats to split
! consideration should be to prevent
'any discord in the convention.
I Friends of mine on the subcommittee
j of arrangements have already pre-j
seined the name of Ollie James to the
"I believe that. if all join in the In
terests of harmony in an appeal to
the entire national committee to
avoid controversies in matters of or
ganization that the committee will
so arrange as to leave the platform
and nomination of candidates as the
only real issues on which delegates
tlHSIII.I. IS KITKAI..
Governor Marshall of Indiana is
reported to have asserted his inten -
j Hon to remain neutral in his reply
to Colonel Bryan, which said:
"You may be right, but as Judge
Parker, as a member of the commit
tee on resolutions from the state of
New York at the national convention
at Denver, helped to report our plat
form of 190S and as he came to In
diana that year to advocate your
election and mine, and as he return
ed in 1310 to advocate the election of
Senator Kern, I do not see how- his
: select ion as temporary chairman w ill
result in a reactionary platform In
Judge Parker, after reading the
I Bryan message at Rochester, N. Y.,
refused to make other comment on
it than to term it "very interesting"
I and to add that he planlied to begin
work on his addreSH as temporary
chairman on the New York train tc
WILSON'S HKPI.V SKOtF.T.
Word from New JerPey was that
Governor Wilson had replied to Colo- diarrhoea or bowel complaints has re
nel Bryan, but that he declined to ' ceived such general approval. These
give any intimation as to the tenor j cret of the success of Chamberlain's
ot his reply. The governor declared Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
he would not depart from his prac-li8 that it cures. Sold by all druggists.
4 - . fvrM
tiee of leaving the giving out of any
communication received from him to
From Boston Governor Foss In re
plying to the Bryan telegram express
ed the hope that "we shall subordi
nate all personal issues to these great
j hairs over doctrinal differences, if
; there be any, or to dogmatize upon
the details of reform."
IIKMil Trt KKKI" I P KIIIIIT.
Representative U- B. Henry of
Texas, who was regarded as the Wil
son candidate for temporary chair
man, came out with the following
"This Is not a personal fight of
mine, hut a contest for progressive
democratic principles. The progres
sives cannot and w ill not agree to the
selection of Judge Parker, h known
reactionary. We will fight Judge Par
ker's selection before the full com
mittee, and, if necessary, carry the
I contest iuto the convention
Farmer (to horse dealer! No. I don't
bear you no malice. I only hope whea
you're oliHsed by n pack of ravishing
'ungry wolves you'll be a-drivlng that
'orse you sold me. Ixmdon Tit-Bits.
"Well, Quigley. w hat do yon knowT
"Too much. 1 guesr I've been tpe
Jected as a Juror six times in succes
sion." Chicago Tribune.
The great man Is he who doea
lose his child's heart. Menclus.
"It cured me," or "It saved the life
of my child," are the expressions you
hear every day about Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
This la true the world over where
this valuable remedy has been Intro
duced. No other medicine in use for