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THS ROCK ISX.AXD ARGUS THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1912.
RULES A VACANCY
DOES HOT EXIST
tion of William Lorimer to the senate
cf the United States from the state of
Illinois and that his election was there
The adoption of this resolution July
13 -was a complete nullification of Lor-
. jimer's election, the attorney general
m TViot I hclds- The conduct of Lorimer Is not
Attorney General Claims Analtaken into consideration. It was the
William Lorimer Was Never manner of his election only. Since the
E'ected to Senate. Il'nited States senate constitutionally
1 " is the "Judge of elections, retvrns. and
. qualifications of its own members,"
ST. PAUL GOES IN
CANNOT APPOINT'01 tnererore the only tribunal endow
To Be Withdrawn From the
Excursion Business on
Situation, According to Opinion,
Just Where It Was at Expiration
of Hopkins' Term.
Springfield. 111.. July IS. Governor
i of I-orimer's election, its verdict is i
s , final. The situation is the same, in
jthe opinion of the attorney geneAL as
I if the general assembly of Illinois, in
i 19ft9, had failed absolutely to elect a
woiid have so title.
T-Ta Vir.Mi f ii V or that onv tamnnroFf
Deneen neither has power nor is called i8prc.intee 0'f the poVArnor to fill a por
upon to name a sucressor in the Unit- jtion of the term supposed to have been
ed States senate to William Ixirimer. , started by Lorimer. would not have any
The Illinois legielature failed legally j title to the office of United States sen
to elect Lcrimt.r setaior and a vacancy ator. In other words, since the legis-
therefore dops not exist
This opinion was given the governo
SIDNEY HERE FRIDAY
Beat Will Make Initial Appear
ance of the Season at That
congress here. It was argued Wed
nesday that the negTO race should
not seek social equality, but should
work out its own social salvation.
Daily United States Weather lap
After traveling 750 miles in 17 days
on a tandem motorcycle, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Switzer, 1200 Third avenue, have
returned to their home. Their desti
nation was Minneapolis and despite a
great deal of rain and exceedingly
heavy roads, they completed their
their course, except for a short sirercn
on the return journey, when, in or
der to arrive at home in time, they
shipped their machine from LaCrosse
to Elgin. The first and last days of
i their journey were ideal. The others
I entailed manv hardshiDS. The last
dra-s n from the excursion trade and j dav the coufne covered 125 miles in
begin a through packet service from i seven hours, a part of which time was
st pa!,i tn st iuia on Aue. 3. in 1 spent in Dixcn.
The steamer St. Paul will be with-
bv virtue of
conjunction with the Quincy. This
move is in accordance with the an-
la'i:re failed properly to elect a sena- i nouncement oi tne btrecKius omcina
tor in 1309. It Is up to the legislature early in the spring, at which time they
and legislature only to elect a succes-! stated that the St. Paul would only
For to Albert J. Hopkins, whose term'be utilized in the excursion business
expired three years aeo. i for half lhe season. The Sidney and
The attcrnev general, in his opinion, ilhe w- w- wUl continue to handle tne
rites the recent cases of Lee Mantle Pleasare seeking crowds for the re-
l.orimers select ion never jor Montana and Matthew S. Quay of w
I lu a senator "tie Pennsylvania In the rase of the for-i SIDSEY TO ARRIVE.
laat evening by Attorney f.eneral 4
i:am H. St. ad. Tbourh his investiga
tion of the law in the case was hur
ried, he attorney general holds that.
farto" fir.lv it is held, hut the final mer, the legislature failed to elect I The steamer Sidney, the largest
' 1 ... , . . - t. I Avmiwomn hnq otlrtor U 111
Dirt u njirci c.'.l uisiuu liiiai aiiun . . ,
make its initial appearance of the
season in the tri-cities for a three-day
series of excursions next Friday even-
iirx r nevrr h;id a 1' cal title to the of-: on the ground that no vacancy existed. ir.S- The boat is 250 feet long and 43
fir e. When the opinion was delivered j The Quay rase was similar. Both casesj feet 'i,le and has a capacity of 2,000
to the governor, he mad.' no comment, j Involve directly the power of a state's Passengers, which is BOO more than
nH o- RKMti.t-Ttnx. executive to appoint to fill a senatorial I an' other excursion boat is permitted
vacancy where no such vacancies tech- 10 carry witn tne exception oi me
action of the United States senate In , Mantle's successor and the United
concluding that Ionmer s election was j States senate refused to recognize the
trough' b1i!hh by corrupt methods and i credentials of a man who the Montana
t.rartii e). clearly es'aha.-'nes inat ir-; executive appointed to nu tne vacancy,
Attorni y r,. ni nil S'fad and his as-
siFtan's. T. V. ifm?v and Charies K. i "'ally xist.
Woodward, LaF -iI li.ir rcmlusior.s on The Attorney general admits the de
St. Paul. The Sidney is the only boat
I on the Mississippi that has three elec-
They used a Thor VT1 cycle and had
no trouble all the way. Because of
the few difficulties of the trip, they
propose to journey Into the east next
summer and are already outlining
plans for the trip.
TO FULL APPRECIATION OF WON
DERFUL RESULTS PRODUCED
BY NEW TONIC.
Mrs. J. F. Sowash Tried Many Ways
to Regain Health but Witn
the linal art of the United States sen
ate in adopting th I.ea resolution.
This resolution, the adoption of which
Itlled the. final dlnnissal of Lorimer,
iWolved. That corrupt methods and
jrarttres were emplovd in the elec-
bafahility of the question at issue but 1 trlc search lights, and has a dance
Telia How She Keepa Her
Health Happiness For
Those Who Take
declares his belief that, within the con
struction of the second "paragraph of
section 3. article 1, of the constitution
of the United States, no vacancy ex
ists. 1 I P TO lEfill.tn nK.
Admi'tcd that the attorney general
is corr"ct in his construction of the
law in the I.orimer successor case, it
remains then that it will become the
duty of the gmeral assembly to elect
not enly a successor to Shelby M. Cul
lom, for which office Lawrence Y.
Sherman has been nominated by the
repvt Means of the state, but a succes
sor also to lorimer. It is presmrd
the election of the senator to fill out I
the term which otherwise would have,
been filled by lorimer will be for the I
remaining three years of the term. In
floor 30x150 feet. The Sidney has
been operating at New Orleans all
winter in the excursion business, and
on the 11th of June started on her
journey north, taking excursions out
of all the large towns enrouie.
MAW TRIPS M iinnt l.KIJ.
Friday evening it will take out a
moonlight excursion under the auspic
es of the M. & G. club. Saturday
there will be an afternoon trip to
Muscatine for the benefit of Bethany
home, and a similar run oil Sunday
3o-z U. S. Department ot Agriculture.
& WEATHER BUREAU. s-
yjX Q WUAIS U MOORE. Chief.
fen;V4 'i,,4P -r-;' r.Jj
.o"'"' " v""'2o '
I "V-v 1 -v
Obsercatlorn rakfti at 8 . m.. seventv-flrth mo
rlfiiftD llrao. Air pressure rerlucwj to sea lvcl.
Isobars (continuous Pnes pass throuph potnts
of equal ai pressure. Isotherms (dotted linesl
passtbroiiKh points of equal temneraturo; drawn
only for zero, frsezlBK. 80. and 1U0.
O ciour; Q partly cloudy; Q cloudy:
rain: (D snow; report missing.
Arrows fiy with the wind. First fleures. lowest
temperature past 12 hours: second, precipitation
of .01 inch or more for past 24 hours: third, maxi
mum wind velocity. '
FORECAST FOR KOCK ISLAM). DAVENPORT. MOl.l.Nt AND 1C1NITY.
Generally fair tonight and Friday. Cooler tonight.
The crest of the northwestern area
rhe people of Rock Island are rap-: of high pressure and cool temperature
ic'.y awakening to a full appreciation ' has advanced to the Dakotas and Ne-
oi riant Juice, the new tonic now be-
cinity tonight and Friday, with cooler
. lll-Dfila T." Vl 1 1 n Inn- ss ialqtiiil,T Inn
ing introduced here. Statements by! ' '
ina.iv who-Tiave tested tTie preparation ' Pressure prevails on the Pacific slope
f.ve of an extremely favorable charac-and from the west gulf district north
ter -xr.d the demand is growing stead- i eastward to the St. Lawrence vallev.
Atrs. J. F. Sowash, 2508 Eighth ave
t.uo, this city, in discussing the value
Atlantic City 78 CS
Boston TO C2
Buffalo ..SO CG
Rock Island SS C5
Denver 64 f.l
These barometric conditions have been Jacksonville 82 T2
Flood. Height. Chng.
attended by showery weather in most ' Kansas City SO
tonic recently, said, "I i sections from the eastern Rocky moim- j New Orleans
, . i . - ... I . ; ,1.11., 1 t ... i
appoint, the opinion says:
"To fully Investigate and consider
this niu.cllnn o i K m i f J . .
. . ' , i r v.. v :Bn exhaustive orinion thereon
. H " IJIUUI ti . - II 111 1 Ull.l ... f-.
. et;ilK'C')mnoun(l and
Sanative Wash have
done me. I live on a
very hard. I am
forty-five years old,
and am the mother
not broken down
with hard work and
the care of mv fam-
IS TENTH TO BE A
STREET OR A COURT?
There is a division of sentiment
siiraif iue piupeny uuiut'rn ou iwtu-:.nl
holding the governor has no Dower to l luira street, relative to tne siae- c:;:;1!lte. 1 went to Florida, remarti-
b"uu icuin o-c.iuc uc-1 pn montns, ana on my return
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-' fUr,,j no improvement in my condl-
third Rtrf-fts The nrnnfrt v hfilnVra t i. . .u i i l
- ! i ' . i i i,t ; dun: i: im iiui at'u mm ai- j
abutting on Tenth avenue are not op-)nir.., hopelt-ss. When I read in one i
)otod to the improvement, but theyjcf ur papors 0f piant Jutce. and de-j
maintain that if permanent walks are cij, to Kive a ta j noticed im. '
to be laid tliey should lie placed on prov.'ment from the third dose. I
both sides, and that the street, which !.HXe now USP(i it for one week. I.
is hut 2) te.-t in width, will not per- j .ot.,.. wen af,n fecl strotrfw and bet-,
mit of this. They would much prefer t?.. thall Jn yt?ars i heartily recom-1
enner tne widening or tne street by r , T-innt Tif t nil lnHion in n
or T.is new
have been sick for the past seven I tain 6lope to the middle Atlantic coast. New York 30
jv.rs with a complication of female j It is considerably cooler thnn th sea-(Norfolk 92
v eal;ness, kidney and bladder trouble. ; sonal average in the upper Missouri j Phoenix
I li.tve been treated by different physl-j valley, the Canadian northwest and ( St. Louis S6
ciupb of this and other cities, giving 'the northwestern portion of the lake J St. Paul 7C
ii.e no positive relief. I was very I region. On account of the approach! San Diego
nervous and could not sleep. I would of the northwestern high, generally! San Francisco C2
h;.ve hot flashes over Aiy body, in fact j fair weather is indicated for this vl-iseattle S4
wi.s m a very badly run down condi-
I was advised to go to a warmer
.00 'St. Paul 14 1.5 0.3
.00 Red Wing 14 1.9 0.1
.00 I Reed's I-anding 12 1.8 0.1
.00 1 La Crosse 12 4.0 0.1
; Prairie du Chien ... IS 3.9 x0.3
Dubuque IS 4.1 x0.3
I.e Claire 10 1.6 0.0
IRock Island 15 3.1 0.1
A rising tendency in the Mississippi
will prevail from below Dubuque to
Clinton; nearly stationary stages will
continue from I.e Claire to Muscatine.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
cussing it from every poi:it of view
Rupgf sted by the precedents would re
quire much mere tim? tha i I have to
devote to it. I am compelled to con
tent mys'lf wiih a rather cursory in
veKtl:.aMt,n and, while I think it is a
question upon which leKa minds may . condemnation nroroedines or its rnn-
of thirteen children. !,r,1 wl" differ. I have reached the con- ; version into a lane or court and its
Many people think elusion thr.t there Is no vacancy in the permanent improvement with pavo
it stranpe that I am office- of senator In the congress of the nient. They realize that the paving
I niter! States from Illinois at this time of Tenth avenue west of Twenty first
within the meaning of the second para- street means eventually an extension
I graph cf rection 3, ar'Icle 1 of the con- "t the improvement to Twentv-third
stitution of the United States and that an(1 tn,iy ar willing to have the
your excellency has not the power t0
r.ovKRMiR is mi.KT.
Governor Deneen. when asked last
night if he had any statement to make
regarding the opinion, paid there would
be nothing to give out; that the opin
ion had been filed with him late and
he had not yet given tt careful atten
tion. Neither would he state what, in
view of the opinion, his Intentions
uueni De witn reference to calling a Kansas City, Mo., was re-elected presi-
BDPCifll APMiitnn rtt t V. a lA.i.t,... j ...
V,m' Vr..tKlA rnmn,n,I T ' i " " . xur ; ueni DI me ;segro XNauonai education
t ; " . iz : 'J, .i,np i,,,rpose or p,ri"s i-mted states
wire in' v wiuy a injr uroiui oi i tonftft
happinen to yntir wonderful medirin."
Today's Market Quotations
(By wire from E. W. Wagner & Go.,
Grain. Provisions. Stocks and Cotton.
Ixical offlces at Rock Island house. Rock
i.-lami. ill. (T.irapo ortice, 9S-!9-10(),
Board of Trade. L.ocal telephones. No.
5.509.45; stockers, S.S.I'Ti C."0 ; Tex-1 lhie
ans, 4.90 7.05; cows, 2.00ifi 7.50; west-j Lead
Chesapeake & Ohio
cms, a0(a .o0; calves. o..0'gs.u0.
Sheep, 1C.00O; Blow. Natives, 3.15
5.35; lambs, 4.0Cfi7.50; westerns, 3.40
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS. ( 5. 35; lambs, 4.25!jT7.40.
Ily, but I tell them of my good friend,
Lydia EL I'inkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and Uiat there will be no lack
ache and bearing dovn pains for them if
they will t-ike it m I have. I am scarcely
ever without it in the house.
" I will say also that I think there is
no better medicine to l found for younjj
prls. My eldest daughter has taken
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound for painful periods and irregular
ity, and it hu helped her.
"I am always ready and willing to
epeak a good word for Lydia E. Pink
like condition." I
'Mrs. Sowash's was a pronounced
cvu- of nervous debility, which is like
ly p be found existing in any RoTk
Ilnrid family," said one of the spe-
c:;i!.sts who are here introducing;
Pl.-:"t Juice. "Half of the people in!
the iarcer cities find life a Tjurden as ai
width of the street established at once j ,...M1u 0f this modern plague," con-'
and its designation either as a street tiaued he. i
or a court and let the pavement come: fcuo.h people have uncertain appe
on at once. ! titeri, poor digestion, uneasv sleep, lit-1
They contend that tddewalks now j tie ambition and they feel too tired to
would be of the nature of a makeshift : do justice to their work most of the!
to be removed later when the street : time Thev suffei. from timiditv. hnve '
widened or made into a lane. In
no initiative, are drowsy and haven't.
other words they want it done right ' trough good, rich blood in their veins!
while they are about it. ; to mal;0 tnem oapable and self-reliant. I
Tleir nerves are in such a state that
St. Paul Dr. J. .Silas Harris of I
I Mrs. J. G. Johnson. Scottville. Ukh..
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and herbs,
contains no narcotics or harmful drugs,
and Unlay holds the record of beinjr; the
most successful remedy for woman's ills
Soreness of the muscles, whether In
duced by violent exercise or Injury, is
quickly relieved by the free applica
tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment is equally valuable for mus
cular rheumatism, and always affords
quick relief. Sold by all druggists.
Northern Sleamboat Co.
SUNDAY, July 21
Afternoon Excursion to
On Famous Steamer Sidney
Largest sternwheel excursion boat afloat.
Leaves Davenport 2:30 p. m. Roun(j -
Arrives 'Home 10:30 p. m.
Dance floor 30x160 feet. Famous J. S. orchestra for
dancing. Lunch and refreshments. Plenty of seats for
everybody. Telephone west 326.
Spend Your Vacation on
Upper Mississippi River
THE FI.YEST TU1P IX THE WORLD
From Rock Island to St. Paul
UN THE BIG SIDE WHEEL
Commencing June 1, leaves Rock
Island every Saturday at 3 p. m.
Take a pleasant short trip to Clin
ton, returning on the I. & I. railway.
STEAMER HELEN BLAIR
! Leaves for MuscatlDe and Burling
ton every Monday, Wednesday and
; Friday at 4 p. m.
' Making connections at Burlington
; for Ft. Madison, Keokuk, the big
. dim and Quincy.
1 R. W. LSMONT, Ancnt
; W. A. BLAIR, Gen. Mgr.
Office foot Nineteenth street.
Telephone West 188.
they imagine themselves afflicted
with various diseases at different
times. The real trouble with them Is
debility, produced by the strain of the
modern city life they are forced to
lead. There is little of this ailment
among the people of the country,
where people live a more wholesome
"Plant. Juice will remove this mls
eralile condition. The tonic must do
the work or we don't want money for
"We will be at the New Harper
House pharmacy, northwest corner
Nineteenth street and Second avenue.
Rock Island, from ! a. m. to 8 p. m., to
meet, the public and explain the na
ture of the tonic. The sale of the
preparation in Rock Island Is entirely
sat isfactory to us and is growing
larger very fast."
July, DT-'Vi. 98, 96, 90.
September, 94, 9 Hi. 93, 93.
December, 9CVs, W, Do, 95.
July, 72, 72, 70 1, 70 1.
September, f.Vfe. CC,3, f4, 64.
December, 56, 578. 55 Ts, 55 3.
July, 41V4. 43. 40. 41.
September, 33. 33i. 33. 33.
December, 34, 34, 31Vg, 34.
July, closed 17.25.
September, 17.92, 17.97, 17.37, 17.55.
October, , 18.02, 17.57, 17.62.
July. 10.35. 10.37. 10.32, 10.32.
September, 10.55, 10.60. 10.45. 10.17.
Close of Market.
Hops dosed slow and Ronerally
steady. Bulk, 7.35fI7.70; light, 7.25'ii
I!nnkln Rapid Transit
Baltimore & Ohio
i St. I'Hlil
7.72; heavy, 7.0(i(fi',7.70; mixed, 7.15 1 Copper
i l.ehli;h Valley
Republic Steel common
. 7.00 7.20.
, 10.65, 10.50, 10.52.
10.39, 10.32, 10.32.
10.47, 10.50, 10.40, 10.45.
, 10.67, 10.32. 10.47.
slow. Top, 9.45.
Sheep, steady. Top, 5.35.
steady. Top, 7.50. '
Western Live Stock.
Hobb. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 6,000 2.0tio 4,000
Omaha 8,700 1,800 6.2UO
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 12,000 1,000 8,000
, .. Z
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, July IS. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Tnion Pacific 167
U.. S. Steel common 70 Vf.
Reading . .". p;.
Rock Island Drefnrrcd
THE GRAIN MARKET. Rotk Island
Chicago Cash Grain. 'Northwestern 13?
Wheat No. 2 r 97fil0i, No. 3 r 95 : Southern Pacific 1Ui
59S, No. 2 h OtHilOO, No. 3 h 94 j PW York Central . . .115
597, No. 1 ns 106(3114, No. 2 ns 104 ' MiSROuri Pacific Efi
'Hiiz, -o. 3 ns vwtiivv. rso. 2 s ivi'a I Great Northern 1.17'.
... ' . .121
1 3 Btf S Corn
O -T! W. . M. V $f O Oats ,
108, No. 3 s 100 106. No. 4 s 96 105.
Corn No. 2 73 73. No. 2 w 77
78, No. 2 y 74 '3 74. No. 3 7273.
No. 3 w 76 77, No. 4 701171.
Oats No. 2 w 51-5 52, No. 3 w 49
51, No. 4 w 480 50, standard 50
Wheat opened to lower; closed
Corn opened higher; closed
To- Last. Last
day Week. Year
Minneapolis 93 89 147
Duluth 6 26 2H
Winnipeg 112 223
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow,
Louisville & Nashville Hil
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
July IS. Following are the whole
sale quotations en the local market
Butter Dairy, 27c; creamery, 30c
Potatoes, 51.40 to $1.C0.
Clover hay, $15.
Cabbuge, 5c pound.
Teed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, $22 to $24.
Wild hay. $20 to $22.
Corn, 6Sc to 70c.
Coal Lump, per bushel. 15c; slack.
Teething children have more or less
diarrhoea, which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is
necessary Is to give the prescribed
doKo after each operation of the bow
els more lhan natural and then castor
2ni,i0j to r!eanHo the system. It is safe
.123an,l mi-p, FoUi by all druggists.
, . 86
drug store to
Ml i Lytit Buildinj,
over ntat nans.
17th St. and -d Ave.
A Summer Luncheon
that will he cooling and refresh
ing on a warm day is a dish of
rich and nourishing ice cream
made by us. We have It in all
flavors and you can phone or
send for a quart or any quan
tity desired and we will deliver
it for you.
j Primary Movement.
1 Wheat today 631,000 550.000
! Yaer ago 1,360.000 241.000
! Com today 371,000 602.000
i Year ago 221,000 807.000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs, 14,000; ieft over, 4.C00; steady
;to shade higher. Light, 7.207.70;
mixed, 7.1037.72; heavy, 6.95
7.67; rough. 6.95'37.15.
Cattle, 3,000; slow.
Sheep, 8,000; 6trong to 10c higher.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs fairiyactive and 5c up. Light.
17.2567.72; bulk, 7.357.70; mixed,
7.157.75; pigs, 5.C07.40; heavy, 7.00
;7.70; gocd, 7.207.70; rough, 7.CDS!
'iTin- VArLor. 7 f?? Tfi
Cattle, 2,500; slow and weak. Beeves, j
Interested personal service for every customer
regardless of the size of his account is one of the
factors which has caused thi3 bank to enjoy such
a consistent growth.
We pay four per cent interest on savings de
posits from $1.00 upwards.
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