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TITE ROCK ISCAN17 AKGUS. T11UKMIAV. .1 CXE 27, 1912.
GO TO WEDDING
IN AIR MACHINES
We Can Demonstrate
UKD.vSOOD5 MANAGE K.
Iymdon, June 27. Dorothy C. Tay
lor of N-w York was marr.'-i today to
Claude Grahame Whie. the English
aviator, at Widford. The bridegroom
and a Lumber of oth r aviators
rivfrl at the church doors la
UNIT RULE IS DEFEATED
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SAFETY DEPOSIT COXES FOR RENT
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
rptal 9200.000.00 Surplus ftn.irvo.o
I'HIL MIT HUM.. President.
1 S. Will It. itt 1'rc.idraU
Jun 5t. vaKAH,WI. 'Zr - V'f
2i. AS.OOM' " fiuc Qi TilF- 'DirTnOe.rii-C . Bt-..rvtd
r.'-wp;arxT Uian and thrown bark into
the t rowd.
IIT.I O'VIKS M HIIII .
A s'rui;i'i' foil. used and for a tiiin
It as ,i 4-ii i'ni.- .1 , iiru.ii.ci-.
Tin1 .'( li t at. s ;.;a;:i a' tat nod tin'
.' li-t at. s i;ia!li a'tai kcd
:!;! hi n ar.tin i jmlsi d. I
iil.roar n tl.f lloor in the pal-i
ii w tn iandi nioi.iiirii A crowd
1 !.. bi f ir." tin- Maud
a.- t!i. first !
from tin t'Tcrs
In ari r, '!:row u
t r: d to it'tuni
to tl.i' mtai'l;.
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ttl ll- )H. A( ll.vH ilf.lil.;
M'iia.1 In tin ua!l.-r:.-s
o'o:..i'i-j cliaiit ol "'i
! lit it was cM in I'ii
In ani "1' ai in .an I'nr
r-i-n'.ts a' arnia
I tin- crowd. A
In -an tli- inoii
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iii si. in an
Tin- di-i.i' I.
di-r .i ",
t-tfoit ., niiii'T ilio crowil.
ttafioli l::id tin-Il lint'li liu-
iniii r.-s before even
of eider was rt s'oied. It
iniii li i oundiiii: of j:;iv. Id
!.i for-' tile (iroee. diir.:s
l!ie i!ei'i..tis'ratioii v. as re
Lav ii.jr la.-"ed " ! iniini'.-.-;.
ii i'i;i'' d
alt. r fhi.-.-i.n'.d
c "i d d ;o-
K!'-s aLii;t..-t (In
n ri ion.-, durii.it f ;
Id als.i uaii.
irn. d t lie dele-
b'i:- in;.) tl.ti .less
; re ileiiiol.st raMor.s.
anaiii.-t (I.Mipli iii.
Mayor Nt-wton I). !takT
lai.d. oi.pos.ii tl . r t r ml. ,
'lit- unit rub- liud oii'livi-I i
, Hi -fs and no I.h.it whs ih-i .
K. H Moor.- f Ohio r-di
d to Pa-
I-riiuarv s. !'.
iha' utldi r tli
ii was iini.os-
lor the o'.-
alts and 'hat
tt.i.- tie ol.!
s to in.-tr.nt tin
file stilt, ei'nvet:
' tie II
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r to iiihtrmt.
Ml 11 1 t I l TII.
: a'.ir John ;..n i Willi. mis of
it'I'i tin n t..,i the .;.i; ! irin to
lor the iiui.ority report. lit
earei ly b '-Ul: his speech, win ii
titu t i i.or Karl i'.it wer of Mis;
' st rude dow n
.lll'-st :o. :
'. A t iiorur- of
: c.illle 1 ,-om l!
"I-t Iiim b.
-rd. He ca::'t hurt
i ess i p; ort unit ie
w l.v) is e ;ui;.J id .
!y cash or the
good sense and
ready cash ly saving regu-
1 f.-r i -r r o rtur.it.es?
re are a lots of emerg-n. i.s that one
i... -T . For siith inn xprcted eMT.ts as acci
x tt: ;-le. thtre is of ret. urgent r.et-.l for ready
ii n.oi.ey s .o il a:..I in the b.tr.k is ir. i.:u. h 1 t-
. w.'!. such hard link than tit- n.au who has
!" i:i days wltn !.t thoucV.' he would always
re you prepare! for c:crgt sc:v ?
K. T. AMKKSO.. Okni.
V. CUAX.NUX, AkimisI S.bier.
5tK. VAKM.AH.MlW. ""-C
fiufr Qi Til F- DirTiitunnC ' Bt-"rvt
f - ..xvwj
Governor Hrewt'r wanted to know
whether Senator Williams, who had
declared that a delegate should abide
by Instructions plven him iu a pri
mary, did not believe that the vote of
the en'ire stu'e bliould not bind the
Williams r idied that the state at '
lame should control only the dele-i-a'es
at large. He Insisted that a
deb pate at latpe from a primary state
i should be bound by the majority In'
'he state and that a district delegate
should be bound by the district nia
jt.i'ity vote. A state convention could
j not claim control over district dele
i pates t lee'ed by the people.
' "If you adopt the majority report
litre turipl.t,'- Senator Williams add
ed, "you will do the most dauperous
and the mo.-,t damnable thinn that is
in your power to do on this day of
our Iord. And when you net through
j titling it you luipht as well quit your
, talk about popular government an 1
1 r fi milt ma'ters back to the people."
iiliiii:)'. Kim. I. ti l..
The dt hate continued until in : 55 p.
ni., when the roll was ordered called
The whole debate had tinned upon
the situation in Ohio, where nine con
ipressional districts instrueted their
di l.-gaii s for Wilson and where tli"
iiioeratic state convention, controll
ed by the Harmon forces, adopted a
! resolution binding the stat,. delegation
to ote as a unit, accurdi:, to the
j dictates of the majority ot the deb
I rates. This majority was for liar
The majority rcpon from the com
mittee on rules proposed to recognize
the right of state conventions so to
apply the unit rule. The minority re
port, urged by the Wi!son p. ople, pro
posed lo abrogate the rule.
The vote was on the substitution of
tin- minority or pro-Yil.-ou report lor
the majority report.
The result .f the roll call aa an
i.ounc d showed that the Wilson-
forces had won the t. .;t. The
s.-cured by the tallv clerks
wid. ly on the final rtsul', new
vote was announced as yras, !
r.oes, 4:t.". 2-S. This was later:
amended to '."1yeas.
A car, fill unoflieial count cave the '
. y4 as i il." i.j ; no.-? tfil
The Wilson deiegatts began a dem
onstration. It was shortlived, rhair-
man Parker, seizing a megaphone, put
the question of adopting the amended
r. port. It wai adopted by a viva voce
A partial report on the credentials
'rinmiitte was presented by Joseph
K J'.eil. chairman of that committee.
The report embraced the Illinois,
South Iiat.ot.t and several minor con-
' Immediately upon the presentation
of the report. Senator I.ea of Tennes
see, announcing that a minority re-
port w hirh would entail considerable
d:scusston would be presented, moved
to adjourn until 2 o'clock today.
A roar of dissent went up from th
floor an when Chairman I'arker put
the motion it was drowned la a chor
us of "noeg."
A motion to adjourn until noon to
day was then put through uadi-r the
ravel, although the delegates on the
Poor shouted "M ike It 1'"' o clock."
j The convtat.ein adjourned at 11:53
Tb. Best She Could De.
They bad guarrelcU kud were return
ing the presents.
The love tokens made a pitiful dis
play on the po'ished center table.
The man added a blue knit tie to the
little heap In front of him. and then
thy were silent for awbl.e.
-Mr. Brown. "
"Yes. Miss Simmons "
"I feel that I am taking an advan
tage of you."
"In what way?"
"You have given me almost countless
boxes of candy and co end of good Ca
rters. I can't remrn those to you I
have eeten them. Tfcey are now a part
. of myself. And so, aa I wact to be bjo-
. JTHOWi -HOW TO
est with you, George, the only way I
can settle this part of the transaction
U to to plve you myself."
And the quarrel ended then and
there. Cleveland 1'lain iJeuler.
The Part It Play In th Production of
Ambergris la supposed to be a morbid
secretion of the liver of the spermaceti
whale, found floating or washed ushore.
It Is a little lighter than water and
might easily be taken for a piece of the
bark of a tree. On examination, bow
ever. It Is found to be of a waxy na
ture. streaked with gray, yellow and
black and emitting a peculiar aromatic
odor. It fuses at HO to l.'A) degrees 1-'.
and at a higher temperature gives out
a w hite smoke, which condenses into a
crystalline fatty matter.
It Is found in all si7.es. from a pound
up to twenty or thirty, but occasionally
pieces weighing 100 or 'JuO pounds are
found iu whales.
Ambergris has been known from na
enrly period, some pharmacopoeias pre
scribing it for fevers and nervous com
plaints. It is sometimes niiimle.l wuh
the incense burned in churches ami is
also put in certain hinds of wine to im
prove the "bouqiiet."
Hut the great use of ambergris is in
the manufacture of perfumery nut
that its fragrance is either very pow
erful or pleasing, but It possesses the
peculiar property of causing other in
gredients to throw out their odors,
making them more specific and dura
In this respect It bears a reoomblau. e
to the use of mordants in dyeing, with
out which the colors would fail to be
come perm.ment ; hence fill the best
perfumes contain ambergris, which is
one reason of their costliness, and
hence also the fact that "homemade"
cologne, for instance, smells only of
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been Heipeti
By Common Sense
Women sutTerinji from any fnrm of f.
male iiis are invite.) to corr.rr.unicate
promptly with the woman's private corre
spondence department of the Lydia E.
Pinkham M ed ici n e Co., Lynn, Tda-s.
Your letttr will be op. ned, real and
answered by a woman and held in strict
confidence. A woman can freely talk of
her private illness to a woman; thus h.,
been established a confidential corre
spondence which h Hi extc.-.du o r
many years and which hus never be n
broken. Never have they yjhii;h d a
testimonial or used a letter wi Juut toe
j written consent cf the writer, and nev r
has the O mpany allow d th-:se cu.nid- r.
' tial letters to get out of their possession,
; 6J the hundreds of thousands of them in
, their fiies will attest.
Out of the vast volume of experience
which they have to draw from, it is m or :
than possible that they pessess the vry
: knowiedKe needel in your cae. Noth
' Ir.p is asked in return except your j'oo.1
! will, and their advice has helped tht-u-
aar.ds. fcurdy any
; woman, rich cr poor,
should be glad to
take advantage of
, this generous offer
' of assiftance. Ad
dress Lydia EL Pink- C
ham Medicine Co.,
: f confidential) Lytn, Cs'''5
1 Every woman ou?!it to liarc
Lydia 11. I'inkham's 8-pac
; Text Hook. It it not a book for
1 poneral distribution, n& it I- too
: expensive. It is free and oni
obtainable by mail. Write for
i it today.
VV 'f'S ft
2 H. P. Boiler
They are used in creameries,
hat factories, printing offices,
box factories, plating works,
clothing factories, candy fac
tories, printing mills, bakeries,
vulcanizing plants and many
USED PLAIN LANGUAGE.
The Expression That Won the Judge ar.
Hx-Judge Shirley whs one of the
most Interesting characters that ever
practiced law lu Indiana. He had
been l.r.ii, ;ht up In the south, and. al
though a resilient !a the north for
many years, stlil bad a trace of the
so called southern dialect which made
bis characteristic and expressive utter
auces ail the more stni.iug. Having
succeeded fairly well in Ids practice,
he was the owner of a valuable farm
or two. One day I.e had a misunder
standing; with one of his tenants, in
the course of which the tenant gave
lam a sound thrashing. The same aft
ernoon the lawyer rude into M . bruis
ed, bleeding and dirty.
"Hcliul" said a frit .id. iucetiii3 him.
"There must have been a runaway!"
"No. Huh. " rep'it.d the judge grimly,
"there was no runaway, suh. but there
would hae been if I '.tiul-l have got
His teiiiii.t was ane 'ed
for as-Mint an I !.::!.. "y.
Jtnlgi- S-illty t a. the pr:
U. pal wil-
"What did you sav to
Judge ShiileyV" ih-iiii-.ndi-d
nev who appearid for the t
"Well, suji." rttiin.-'d
evasively, "be falsified. ;
his attention t-. it. suhl"
"But w hat did you sir. ''
. e judge
U.d I tilled
' lasisied the
At last, cornered ru,. forced to
answer directly, the o'd judge replied:
"V.'eii, your h n.i'.h." I'.Miing from bis
questioner mil uddres-iii'' the curt,
"your houah. I toy as v.c-il admit that
I used the comni' ii An.erican tubm."
KEEPING AN ENGAGEMENT.
Garrett Made a Mighty Effort to Be on
Time Jut Once.
The lnte Kdmimd Iarrett. n brilliant
journalist aud one ti;. e a-d-taut edi
tor of the I':. 11 M l'-i Oaette. was a
man whom oilier men loved But alon
wilh his virtues be had an extensive
list of peeuiiarnk-.-. some of which are
humorously exploited la a tiograptiy
by L. T. Cook. I
Garreft had no i lt-a of time, and be
used to get into some trouble at the
cSjce of the Gazette for that reason.
'This must stop.," be said to me. "and
matters must be meml. A day or
two afterward an invitation came from
the pro; rletor to dinner, lidiuund said
that at may rate there must be n-j
doubt about this cLIertuii.n.eut and his
punctual attendance thereat, and a
pood deal of fuss was made about get
tig ready for it.
Shirts were looked out. wt.ite ties
and dres clothe were overturned and
all the resour'.-en cf our esTablUhncient
brought Into requisition, so that the i
appearance cf the ;rut-t should do Jus
tit e to the ho-t Ii.-iLier was at 8. arid .
long before thut time Kdmund was ar- j
rayed In sro'.iess liiixent. starting out '
lu good time to get to dinner. j
I stared, reading, ia the Cat- Afier i
and show how they
are used to advantage
in a great variety of
Those requiring live
steam in small quantities
find gas fuel to be advanta
geous and economical.
No waste fuel when the
steam is not needed.
They occupy small space
and allow the shutting
down of large boilers dur
incf the summer months.
Ask for Representative
eoples Power Co.
about half an hour I heard Romeuouy
coming up the stairs and 1 beard to my
amazement the latchkey put into the
lock. The door opened, and lu camo
L.liuuud, with n face ashy pale.
He took otr his bat and threw It on
the floor and said:
"Hang It. old man, I've muddled it
ugaiu! It was last Wednesday:"
"What was the verdict of that lady
"That the defendant was wearinc n
fright of u hat and that her go wo
didn't nt."-Pittsburiih Post-
The bloodhound is sometimes called
the sleulhhound. and it la the largest
variety which hunts the scent. The
male weighs from H." to KKj pounds
u nd the female from 05 to 110 pound9.
They vary lu height from twenty-three
to twenty-seven Inches measured at
the shoulder. The color of these dogs
Is black and tan. brown or liver col
ored and sometimes tan flecked with
white or badger colored halts. It is a
popular Impression that the blood
hound Is ferocious and savage. He
probably owes this reputation to bis
having been used to hunt meu. A pure
bloodhound when he has caught the
man does not worry him to death, but
runs up to him to be fondled or tmys
at him that is. stands and barks.
This Is the statement of an authority
on the bloodhound. New York Sun.
Airship Carries 12.
Hamburg, June 27. The Zepplin dlr-
Io!:e .Is. Ito. k I
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J.i- oil I llllwi t. I
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r: ..i.ij tieorgv
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nr..! ;. .-..firm
, I i- nry i i. i- ).-i
y .ii a rd, ('!. rl.
O.'.iw '. iIt. l'aitition.
N-.ti. in . r- In- Klvin tl.at l.v vlrt.j.j
n l.er. - of Fim! i-ouit. i iiii-ri'l Pi
l.'.v. ii.tnii. i. ins., on ti.r- 2i;:l
I y '.f Jin-. A. i. fl.l.-. I si, ail. on Krl-
' r.' i.'oir
.1- in tl.
l:iy "T J iiv, A I i2,
'. 1" V, ' lock 111 the f'lre
i.iSl ilo'iT- of It.t; court
i-.ty of Jl'c k Ifian.1. Ir.
of li'.. k rfiiari'l. to i oriiply I
'. -.o f -1'
t!.- t, li.'..
of t .'
I' o! f 1.
r". .1 ;it p,r.i,'- au'tlo.i
-t l.i.l.b r for casli in l.an'i.
' rt;,iri pari ! of J.,. (.jt
' n.i.ly ' I'. h k Ilanil ani
r;"l kr.ovvn an.l tj.-n'-iil.i-'l
t. .-v. it
N six il) Rr.'l i" v n i7). In
t . ilim i-i I . Ijpnk twelve (li In
i -a- ri
' Xu- city Hf I'.',, k i-i.;l..l
1 ';iiii-i li.- i'l Town,
at t'.ir'iif re'"rii-.i In I;--
or I'.' . k I-l-jr..l count .-.
1 1. ' I Ill Jlo'-K n f'T I I-' '! ill p:i.- 4-.!
1 .,:-. ... I,-.- ns-sor.H j... t of j
U .i. ri-.. -.!. i'.t. to s;i',. ell y of Ho. k '
r.. '1 f-.r the yr pr'''- I'l'-I tl. '
el oi l 'ipfin i ;o h pi ' f- or i,:ir : p.-.-iii;
i'..if t- at b-ast two-third of the i
v 1 1 ...'' l-.n t-iit ..poo t ' f lirne a- fi-.own !
I...- . hi- report i.f tr. ..'immiiKlnni n i
t rtt.for .- ''in'"! by the court to
r..-tk tartition !t.-rof. urlt-ns th ijii.i-r !
t-V. e ..'"-ii will lit ti... iaii t..T;-
i. II f-.r i r o-jgh to make hf tot il am'i'lM
cf s,- e.pjal to iT'i.lMrtl of the
t-.tiil amoint of nil valuation of all
the j r, rroi-.es j ;
Terms of ;ile ffi"h. It pr "Tt 'if I
the amount f bul to paid on th flay (
't nl A-A the l.jlr,'-e of hid wltr.lt.
t r. Mm rlay tl..ri-af'r. i
Iat..i at f.'-k I-i-.nd. 111., th'.a 27ta
day of J jr.. A. It IJ12
Jt'KI It L. HAAfi.
M.-uirer In f:r.a.r.cer- 1'.. k Isiar.'l C'iun
tilfnoia. Walker. Ingram & Swetney complaln-
iglble airship Victoria I-ouiso started
at '.:1j this morning on a 10-hour trip
over the North Bea with 12 passengers
Nomination to Senate.
Washington. June 27. The president
today stnt to the senate the nomina
tion or Brigadier ('.' neral ". W. Wlth
ei spoon, now commanding the depart
ment of the gulf, lo be major general.
li ties, s
Criminal ar.d iar.uina
Ths Focd-drii-k for &l Aes.
More Lcoiil.ful ll.an Tea or Coffee.
Agrees w.'h the wcaktint o'igestion.
Delicti it:"?, i.'ivijcratira and nutiilious.
Rich milk, p-a1'"d ;T.-.ln, powder form.
V quick lurch prepared ia a minute.
Take no substitute. Aakfor IIORLICK'S.
A NEW INVENTION
FOE THE BOTTOM OF DOORS
cell at house and
Call old phone
Hole agent for flock Island county,
Til.. Scott and Clinton counties.
F. A. Leithner
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Kock IsUu J.